Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
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December 10, 1987
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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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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Worth Crouse Defeats Scott, Rosier Beats Strong in Lawtev Votingby II

tooting (J- .
Buster Rahn veteran Robert Scott 89 to 84, in a While there are no available the ballots cast, while Scott received very closely the percentages as
BCT Staff Writer closely contested race. figures on the numbers of 48.55 percent of the votes. registered.The .
Masonic Election... Lawtey voters went to the polls Former councilman Marvin black/white votes cast, percentage Rosier won with 54.74 percent of town received a critical audit
Tuesday, Dec. 8, and retired two in- Rosier, who campaigned against In- figures indicate voting possibly ran the votes, and Strong received 45.25 earlier this year in the handling of ,
An election of officers for 1988 is cumbents Mayor Robert Scott and cumbents for raising council along racial lines. percent of the votes. finances, and recording of financial I
set at the Dec. 14 meeting of Brad- Councilman Willie Strong. salaries recently, defeated Willie Lawtey has 317 registered voters, There are no figures available to transactions. Elected clerk Alphon-
ford Lodge No. 35 F & A.M. Fire chief William Crouse, who Strong, 98 to 81. 55.52 percent white voters and 44.48 determine that voters turned out in so Anderson resigned shortlySee f
All members are urged to attend told the Telegraph that he was"run- Both winners are white; both percent black voters. the same ratio as the races are
and support this important ning to be running," defeated losers are black. Crouse won with SI.44 percent of registered, but the counts parallel ( Lawtey Voting..P>A) .
1938 Class Reunion... -- -
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An organizational meeting for a Expected
reunion of the Bradford High Classof ,
1938 is set at noon Dec. 14 in the m-*

Western Steer Steak House. ;. : .r.H
For information, call Lillian Never ArrivesOn
Stump, 964-7608. .

BARC Banquet...

The annual dinner and election of
officers for the Bradford Associa- Waste Fees

tion of Retarded Citizens (BARC) '
will be held Tuesday, Dec. 15, at /
A 0 The county commissioners were "We did the very beat we thought
6:30: p.m. at the Starke Woman'sClub. 10 "
: worried.It we could on the program said

Election of officers, Barber Shop 1D 71. had been 10 years since they Chairman Mosley. The assessmentis
Quartet, Awards Ceremony, and i y weathered a storm from the public, in place and there Is nothing that
be done about It said.
fund-raising a courtroom full of hostile people can Mousy
Open to public report., $10 per plate. r=" /a over a 2'/i-mill property tax in "This is going" to be charged, no .
Phone 964-7899 for reservations. crease.The current board was greenin matter what, Chairman Motley I
.-- this aspect, and dreaded facing a said.
Football Banquet... hostile crowd over the solid waste Solid Waste Supervisor Darrell
disposal assessment imposed Oct. 1 O'Neal told the audience about roles
The 1987 football banquet honor- 4 Cam: for 1987. imposed on the county landfill by the
ing Bradford High gndders is set ; Some 150 persons filled the No. 1 Department of Environmental

for 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 17, in the Y ,, _., circuit courtroom Monday after- Regulation (DER). The solid waste
new National Guard armory in $ \ !. .r ,r. 'ari ,3i noon. Chairman Lawrence Mosley assessment is the estimate it will
Camp Blanding. y: had decided to hear them out, which take to operate the landfill under the
Coach Mike Heimerdinger, who MF. could have been a lengthy airing of more stringent conditions. The commission -
works with the quarterbacks and gripes. faces millions in cost over
receivers for the UF Gator football i, \ But most were there to correct the next few years In closing the current
team, will be the guest speaker. valid mistakes in assessment bills. landfill, monitoring it for pollution -
Only a dozen or so took potshots at for the next 20 years, and
Roads Shaping Up... the commission over the user fee Im- establishing a new landfill which

County road crews have begun posed to pay for operation of the will probably require a liner.Closing
county landfill and to haul garbage costs are estimated at $55,000 per
putting local dirt roads in shape, including -
about $1.2 million for' the .
using a big ditch pulling from five dumping stations, or con-
venience centers. It does not pay for 20-acre site.
road grader with a blade on the
of garbage from the Test wells have been installed at
ditches. pickup
side out the
to dig
household. the landfill to measure how much
It'll take at least four months to Chairman Lawrence Mosley contamination from decaying and
get over the county even with good
allowed everyone to have his say, rusting material may be getting Into
weather, says SuperintendentJ.B. the subterranean water system.
within limits. was
Only one person
Crawford. The weather is a
Should it be found the landfill is
gaveled down, an irate Melrose resident I
big factor, he stresses. Crawford who continued to berate the the water supply of area "-.
says work can be slowed if winter commissioners. houses, closing cost could
storms! from the west bring in rain. "
'The rout crew started Monday at.. ':.0..1 ....:\;;/ -_ .g', ', Weeding' his way through a skyrocket. will pay commtesioners -
lengthy list, Chairman Mosley soon Everybody 1 1
Textile Town on US-301 north and is said. The in In
Patriotism at Christmas... realized most people wanted expense
its south toward the
working way mistakes corrected. Of 9,192 bills escapable. Adding the costs to pro'party
southeastern part of the county. All Members of the Pleasant Grove Congregational Charnelee McPherson 12, portrays the Statue of mailed out, there were only some 150 taxes was not a viable solution '
day Tuesday was spent on NE 2nd Methodist Church on US-301 north of Starke on their Liberty. Riders on the float Include Janelle Harris, complaints, and less than a baker's because it is figured fewer than 40 t t
Avenue (Bessent Road) and NE float In the 1987 Christmas parade In Starke last Satur- holding Stephanie Harris; Kelly Cribbs. Melissa dozen who really were down on the per cent of county residents pay property ,
10th Street, (the Pinebreeze Sub- day. Adams Mchole Crawford and Betty Ratcliff. board about the solid waste assess taxes. ,
division Road).
ment. Public Informed...? !
"Let's vote," said one man. "Let's
Dance. Crowd for Christmas Parade pay as you go," said another. Commissioners figure the public.. I
Square .. Big pretty well Informed about the solid

Square dance instruction and a Rates Unfair... waste problem and the assessment.
newly formed club, called the It looked as if half the population of Bradford Countywas It was an original play, with Snow White and The 7 Big users, who generate the most 9,192 assessment notices were
Silver Stars, are now active locally. watching the 1987 Christmas parade and as if the Dwarfs reminding of the Spirit of Christmas, that the waste, are getting off too easy under mailed out with property tax bills)
The Silver Stars dance each other half was in the parade, so crowded was Walnut best Christmas gifts don't cost money. the county's schedule, said Mrs. three weeks ago. And less than a
Thursday night in the FellowshipHall Street last Saturday.The There was also some Christmas carroling and a con- Christine Dees, operator of Dees dozen residents really complainedthey
of the First Presbyterian parade was shortened because of the downtown cert of Christmas and other music by the Bradford Grocery. She told commissionerstheir didn't know. I
Church, across SR-230 from Brad revitalization construction in progress now. About 30 High Band. current rate schedule is unfairto More let it be known they don't .
ford Hospital. entries made the short run. The Paramedics had the winning float, The Churchof the small businessman. Commis- like the assessment, but understand I
Plus level square dance Instructions About 500 stayed watch Christmas play written Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints was second, and sioners agreed Mrs.Dees is correct. why the board is taking the action.
is available each Tuesday in by Dr. April O'Connel of Santa Fe Community College. the Cinderella Dream Girl float. Chairman Mosley said he doesn't
Center The county charges by the cubic the assessment bImIeIf.
the Lake Civic
from Kingsley 8-10 year of waste, but the top category is Jimpay asked the board to
p.m.A 10 cubic yards per week or more. exempt churches from paying the
basis dance class is be-
square Mrs. Dees pointed out Winn-Dixie, when
F'I assessment. Later reviewing
ing conducted from 6-8 at the
p.m. for has 144 cubic yards per the board
Kmgsley Lake Civic Center. The example individual cases, agreed to
week and should over $4,000 per churches assessment
pay charge on one
class is closed for now. The current
rather than the$600 the county .
year of$75 per year.J1ooOOO
class is about 3/4 along its 30-week

learning schedule. A new class will charges. to be Raised...
open when this one graduates. & : "If they'll pay their share, I'll be
Caller for all these square dance glad to pay mine," said Mrs. Dees, Commissioners estimates too .
activities is Ken Perez. pointing out the charge per cubic county will raise $710,025 this year,
For additional information, call yard amounts to $2.88 for a resident less the corrections to be approved.
964-7953. L1, who pays $75 per year. Big users 9,192 solid waste assessments were I
T -1e,1 mailed, distributed as follows:
should pay the same rate as small
users, she said. .5 505 assessment notices weremailed
to residents and will raise
Humane Society... "I'm for it," Mrs. Dees said of the $412,825.

The Bradford Humane Society solid waste assessment. "I Just want" .95 apartments have been assessed -
meets the first Thursday of each the big users to pay their snare. a total of $27,960.
month at 7:30: the First Chairman Mosley agreed with 2,135 mobile home assessmentswill
Church Mrs. Dee Commissioner Maxie
Presbyterian opposite the raise 160102.
hospital.New Carter said he'll make the motion to There are 1,050 Class A
members welcome. i change the commercial schedule for assessments, for 0-4 cubic yards of

N WH big users. waste per week, to raise $78,790 In
assessments fees.
Meeting Santa... Y No Alternative... 136 Class B, 5-10 cubic yards of
Soup Labels... Shagging Candy..: Chairman Mosley told the 150 per- garbage per week, assessments will
Joey left and Jackie Daugherty. three year old twins, weren'tscared sons, in opening the hearing, there is raise $10.200.
Got any soup labels? at all as they met Santa Claus who tried to find out what Brandon Smith scrambles for some no alternative for the county but to 176 Class C, 10 cubic yards per
Students at Southside Elementary they want for Christmas. The twins are the sons of Junior and Don- Christmas candy thrown by parade en- charge the user fee td operate the week or more, assessments would
want labels from any of Camp-- na Dougherty of Starke. trants. county's solid waste program. raise $13,200.
bell's family of food products for

Campbell's Program.labels for The Labels free kids equipment for will Education exchangethe such Starke Faces Costs of Expansion of Water, Sewer Systemsover I

as aqdio visual, edqcational kits, -
reference materials, and science will be but capacity. However DER will making plans now to expand water
by Buster Rahn water and waste water (sewer) industrial park approved,
and service to the KOA site,
kits, and more. allow an application for overage, sewer
will be hindered in at- only Sunshine Industries can be con
BCT Staff WriterStarke's capacity, we
Include the red the location of toe proposed
Labels eligible city commissioners will tracting even modest growth." nected until the system is enlarged.A which allows up to 10 percent above snapping
and white Campbell's products, DER capacity. DER's George E. Groves center. The city has sufficient
and city second letter from written
bullet update
Prego Sauce, V-8 juices, Franco- have to bite and the sewer facilities as Water and sewer facilites have the same day, states that additional told McKeown that he expects DERto capacity now to supply water to UM
American products, RECIPE dog water the come under scrutiny in recent weeksas service must be installed permit the Industrial park line as proposed center but not enough to
or see
food products Pepperidge Farm quickly as possible to a halt. result of planned building on the prior to additional hookups.McKeown an overage, since the system will be operate a required sprinkler systsm.
products ((UPC symbol), Vlasic water grind and sewer lines are at south side of town. interpretes the second let under 110 percent of capacity as he The Wal-Mart Shopping CenUrcould ,
lids Swanson products (the Both remembers the situation. That Is ex- be placed In leopary If city
pickle not precluding the extension
levels of operation,with additional Sunshine Industries plans to move ter as
canned foods and capacity to take commissioners fail to act expeditiously -
front from Industries to be enough capacity
panel commercial requests for its operation from its present site on water service to Sunshine pected
to expand sewer and
frozen Industries.
Seal from
of Sunshine
Proof of Purchase
service in the offing. SR-16W to the industrial park, off Plans include the Installation .
foods), Mrs. Paul's products Chuck McKeown, director for the SR-100S. The city received a letter The city has been advised that a No permit has been Issued at this water faculties.
Panel). time to extend sewer and water service of a new water plant la
(Quality Pledge Economic from the Department of En- general permit cannot be issued for
Bradford County
these labels and sendor to the new Wal-Mart shopping south Starke Including a new well,a
Please save "Un vironmental Regulation DER) sewer lines to be installed In the industrial -
bring them to SS Ele. Development ill we do something Authority to says improve stating a permit to run water into the park since the system is center on US-301 south. is water tank, and aerators.

coming Upcoming.Public weeks meetings are.:.scheduled in the Town Cedar Cut for Christmas Causes Flap at LawteyStrong I

Starke City Commission: Tuesday house was vacant,, transmission malfunctioning.. PolIce
said the
said Dec. 2 and offered $20 for a ballot,
Councilman Buster Bennett ,
Dec. 13, 7:30 p.m., City Hall. by Buster Rahn election. but that he had stored"about a thousand Chief M.M.Jordan told city councils
Dec. 8)
of the tree cut for the (
he knew
nothing being it
'ioelng Review by Bradford BCT Staff Writer council dollars worth of supplies," and asked If the council wants
will discuss that '
until afterwards, but said after the The -
County Commission: Wednesday Lawtey has an attractive 15 footlight with the uninsured repaired.
lost along
tree was felled, he observed the charge with Phillips at the same which was
Christmas tree next to
Courthouse. city
Dec. 16,7:30: p.m., trunk of the tree was split. time the tree cutting episode is being house.' ".doubted'JGU'keep.
Zoning Board of Starke: Thursday hall for residents and visitors to enjoy "The fire had to have been set While Bennett can
Dec. 17,7 p.m., City Hall. but the town has one less 25 foot Strong's motion to reprimand resolved. since the electricity was not turnedon ; i a Ford runningUM axatcJdecided
/ Phillips at the next regular board to have repairs mad by a
Board Monday cedar tree Lake
Bradford School : growing along "
Strong's House Burns.. says Strong.. .
Dec. 21 7 School board Street. meeting was approved. franchised Ford dealer with obvious
p.m. Phillips has other problems with Fire Chief Bill Crouse reported the reference to probtoaM as
meeting room, N.Temple Ave., Danny Phillips supervisorfor Police Car...
School. city hall. Clerk Queen Robinson filed fire department responded to a perienced some time ago In having
across from Bradford High the inmate squad, cut the tree, cruiser
Ford police ,
him with the city Lawtey'.I988
a complaint against house fire last Tuesday, at the cor-
Bradford Zoning Board:Starke Tuesday without prior told duits the resuJarm council, stating that Phillip had ner of 5th st. and Lake St., owned by with 38,000 miles on the odometer (s ee Tree Flap..pjA I
Dec. 29,7 p.m., in council was come Into her office Wednesday, councilman Strong. out of commission with the
("Itv -.II meeting Monday, Dec. 7.


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;1 r Commissioners UndecidedOn

er How to Fill Vacant Seat

., 1'' ;iL .1.1t by Buster Rahn council position, created by the commission may have to look at filling -
BCT Staff WriterIt resignation of Jimmy Crosby. The the position, either by appoint-
now there is no coor- motion died for lack of'a second.Ed ment or election."
N dinated effort or conspiracy to stallon Wall demanded an explanationfor Commissioner Bobby Biggs said
r filling the vacant position on the leaving the position vacant but he prefers to fill the position by an
the commissioners stonewalled the election, which he proposed when
city council, just a lack of priority.
Pending litigation demanding subject, leaving Wall to wonder why Wall was nominated. Biggs further
single member voting districts be there was no action by the council. stated that he doesn't know Wall,
established in the city, possibly In the interim, the Telegraph has and is reluctant to vote for anyone
questioned three of the four commis- whose credentials are unknown to
plays a part in the delay, The
of- sioners, asking each why no action
' Telegraph has been told. City
has been him.Biggs indicated he is waiting for
ficials have been trying to find out if taken in filling the vacan
take the initiative in
the appointment of a black to the vacant cy.Commissioner the mayor
seat would have any affect on Vernon Silcox said putting the subject on the agenda for
1 r the pending civil rights suit. six persons have asked to be con discussion.
sidered for the position,and he simply -
It was expected the suit would be has not made a decison on whomhe Each of the commissioners madea
heard before Christmas, but now it will support. Silcox said he will point stating that the subject has
is felt the suit may be delayed until bring the vacancy before the city not been discussed in council
February or March. If so, time is council in the next "two or three meetings, and furthermore, each
N running out to hold an election meetings." stated that he has not discussed fill
: following termination of the suit, Mayor Travis Woods said., "As an ing the vacancy with any other com-
ji since the unexpired term ends individual commissioner and missioner.
September 30, 1988. mayor, I feel the city does not needto Florida's "Governmentinthesunshine" -
P In the Dec. 1 Council meeting, fill the vacancy at this time,due to law precludes commis-
Commissioner Charles Schaefer pending city business. If the possible sioners from discussing city affairs,
i nominated Ed Wall to fill thP vacant 2-2 tin vote crpfltes a problem the other than in open, public meetings.

Christmas Tree Choice Causes Lawtey Flap

_ from page 1 A) bonus of$25,along with all other city their business phone number Ii

New Honor Society Inductees... police car repaired by an indepen- employees, including city attorney 282-5937. The firm is operating from I
dent garage. Johnny Hobbs. an office In Clay Hill. j I
New members Inducted in the National Honor Society Third rowJeff Moody, Selena Norman, Elizabeth The question of allowing Chief Jor-
at Bradford High this past Tuesday night are (I-r!: Rowell, Sarah Smith, Shawna Blom Christi Harrell, dan to authorize the work without Cable TV Franchise... Other Matters...
First rowDenise Waddell, Tricia Bath, Alisha Yvonne Bobo. futher council approval, came up. It The council passed an ordinanceto The council acknowledged receiptof
Gruen, Tammy Jo Tatum, Carrie Shaw Sheryl was suggested a maximum amountbe grant a non-exclusive 15 year a $150 solid waste disposal assess-
Brazen Antoinette Bonafede Julie Anne Ferguson. Not pictured: Mickl Becker, Audra Brantley, Lilly established, but that suggestionwas franchise to Hurst Communications, ment for city owned property. There
Second rowHolly Shields, Tina Willingham Kim Burgess, Kemberly Flllyaw, Bryan Kendrick, Dana turned down, because the allowing the firm to install cable was some thought that municipal
Bosier, Karen Hodges, Kim Lee, Mindy Rother,Tonya Mac Way, Wanda Mueller, Kristin Pfennlger, Noy garage would then charge the pre- television in the town. property might be exempt, but
Klein, Eric Hodge. Srlvlbul.I established amount, according to including
Hurst Communications beat out Mayor Scott said all entities, -
one theory.A Clay Cablevision on a 3-2 vote in a churches, are being assess-
special council meeting to approve called session last month, to win the ed,effectively ending the discussion.The .
32 Bradford High School Juniors the expenditure will be called, franchise. According to minutes of council turned down a requestby
after the has been taken to the
the meeting Hurst was favored for Dale Smith, Water Department
shop for an estimate. Mayor Robert two reasons: 1)) Hurst promised to employee, to use the "Ditch Witch"on
Inducted Into National Honor SocietyThirtytwo Scott said a special meeting may be deliver cable television within 6 personal property, outside the city -
held,provided the press is given proper months, as opposed to 9 nine monthsby limits.
fIJ advance notice. Cablevision, and 2), Clay Lawtey has an ordinance forbid-
Bradford High juniors viously looking forward to havingthe Honor Society officers are Presi- The council approved an expen- Cablevision Clay had spurned Lawtey's ding the use of its equipment outside
who have earned a B grade point inductees as SFCC students, dent Robert Thrope, VicePresidentJoy diture of$125 to repair the seat In the earlier request to provide facilitiesfor the city.Confiscated.
(3.0) or better were inducted noted the 1987 inductees are twice Vellenga, Secretary Stephanie Chevrolet police car. the town, until Hurst had move $356.39 remaining in
into the National Honor the number of the senior class. Kopelousos, Chaplain Yvonne Bobo, onto the scene. the account after paying sub-
Society in ceremonies in the BHS Dr.McFadden told the juniors that and treasurer Nicole Palen. Merry Christmas to All... Charles Hurst,representing Hurst contractors and suppliers for
library Tuesday night, Dec. 8. SFCC offers 46 scholarships to the Senior members of the Honor Bar- The Lawtey council, hearing Communications said anyone wan- George Holiday, contractor on the
"You are the future..." Dr. Starke Center. He noted that the top nhill Society Jason are Mike Brown Barber Jennifer, Cody Brown finance chairman Willie Strong say ting information concerning the housing grant. The council wrote off
McFadden told the inductees, liken- 10 percent of the graduating class Jody Brown, Todd Gillenwaters, "Finances are in the black," promp- franchise in Lawtey may call their $2,600 breach of contract charges re-
to tly voted themselves a Christmas toll-free number, 1-800-527-0970, or against Holiday
ing himself to a football coach look- receives tutition free scholarships Alison Ivey, Rick Kimutis, maining
ing forward to an all-state team SFCC. It takes a B-average to get in- Stephanie Kopelousos, Esther Mar-
playing! for him. Dr. McFadden, ob- to the top 10 percent of the class, he tin, Carrie Musson, Stephanie
Presiding over the installationwas noted.In O'Steen, Nicole Palen, Robert R. N I IpeM'
senior Robert Thorpe, presidentof addition there are 12 Guy An- Thorpe, Joy Veilenga, and Pam
the National Honor Society at drews scholarships, six Guy An- Zurfluh.
BHS. Speaker for the installationwas drews scholarships for minorities, Teacher sponsors are Claire
Dr. Bernard McFadden, direc- and four Rotary Club scholarships to Brunetti, Linda Harrell, Mary
tor of the SFCC Starke Center. SFCC. Osborn, Sandy Smith.

H Lawtey Voters Turn Out Incumbents

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(from page JAl. t= revenues, and finances were.*'ln the Noy. 2, the councij.) voted.'-to giveIbJelrk 'II
thereafter,without a pubJitiexpIana jred. : s-reported, bjj, the fence! Queen Robinson 4-54.2',percent J i j IL
tion for his decision. chairman, Willie Strong.In Taisi,froill'$168*tI'\vetr to$260 PRICES BEGIN THURS:, DEC. 10th. I

Prior to Anderson's resignation, week, without added responsibilitiesor THRU WED., DEC 16th.
the council had approved a part- November, Chief of Police longer hours. The position of 'u' AT OUR STARKE LOCATION ONLY!
time assistant for the office, M.M. Jordan filed a complaint with assistant clerk was unchanged by I,_ ar9sisti
although it was never made clear the state attorney's office, charging the increased clerk's salary.
that the work load is overwhelming.The Chairman Scott and Councilman Clerk Queen Robinson and coun-
part time clerk Queen Robin- Buster Bennett with holding a covert cilman Buster Bennett did not draw SEAGRAMSEXTRA
son was promoted to fill the vacancy meeting October 5, following a opposition, and were elected by vir- .
when Anderson left, and an assistant regular council meeting, and approving ture of registering for the positions. DRY i ij
Sylvia Willaims, was $50 per month salary increases Bennett qualified to succeed ,
employed. for each of the five council himself. Robinson, who was serving GIN 80 PROOF
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.. Merchants Plan "Main
to Apply for Street"Plans

,1" to apply for the National to promote facade improvements to Schofleld said. She also emphasized
Main Street program were approvedby make downtown more attractive, the tax credits available to property I
the newly organized Downtown and staging cooperation promotionsto owners making improvements to ,
\ .. Merchants Association at a meeting bring choppers into the area,Mrs. their buildings.
held Monda Deadline for filing the
application is February is,Association I
president Glenda Epps an-

Julie Schofield, manager of the
Main Street program In Deland,explained -
the benefits to be derived by
fa7fM7i4r downtown merchants and property
owners, and described the progress
that had been made in revitalizing
J downtown Deland under the suc- I
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program where merchants and the
city government Join forces to
restore the town or city's inner core
to become a viable part of the com-

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manager,the downtown area can be
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Starke Elem./ Chorus
Presents Dinner Theater

Thursday Dec.17 at 7:30 p.m.,the
1"w t v s;, Starke Elementary chorus under the
direction of LaVon Drives,will pre-
SE Dancers to Perform in Play... sent a dinner theater with all proceeds
going to the music depart-
Dancers In the SE chorus are (I-r): Third row-Angaronla Nichols,Rafflna Vinson,Erika ment.A .
Front rowAnnlce Williams, Karla Harper. Cleveland, Kenny Crawford, Lamar Rlsby Katlna Christmas dinner with all the
Charlotte Griffin, Brian Foster Jalmee Gotts, Lisa Hampton, LeKelsha Austin, Temlka Berry. trimmings will be served in the
Thomas, April Gaskins. Back row- Amanda Lee, Melissa McLeod, Lashaun. cafeteria between the hours of 6-7:30: 10W 30
Second rowLinda Dixon: Cassandra Jarvis, Bobby da Carter, Terri Laney. Alena Cason Shannon Gllpln, p.m. Tickets may be purchased at
Williams Patrick (larding, Christie Jones Latonya Tasha Johnson Perglna Tyson, Marlena Lewis the door for a $5 donation for adults 89
Harden, Laurie Patterson. Amber Reygaudt. and $2 for children.
This is a very special time of the
I Woods of Cities Director More than 70 million decksof year and what better way to RECOMMENDEDFOR
League .
cards are sold each yearin celebrate than with the sound of W
children's voices in song. Make
the U.S.Alligator
by Buster Rahn quently, to make plans and act as plans to attend.reek TURBO
advisors to the state-wide board.
BCT Staff Writer
Starke's new mayor, Travis V. The NE District board of directorswill GASOLINE ENGINES! TEXACO I
Woods, was elected to the Northeast meet again in January, 1988.
Florida District Board of Directors, CHorse Ranch
for the Florida League of Cities at a Mayor Woods...
Nov. 19 district meeting in St. A native of Live Oak, Woods mov- Automotive Hatcher
Augustine.The ed with his parents to Starke in 1958, Palace
term of office is two years. attending Bradford High School dur- Parts Center Auto
Mayor Woods, assumed his city ing his junior and senior years, Parts
seat Oct. 1, said it is a signal honor graduating in 1960. U.S. 301 South Starke Florida 660 North Walnut Street 8570 Hwy. 301
for Starke, to have a councilman Woods began work with the
elected to the nine member board. Florida Highway Patrol as a dispat- Board Pastun a lOO-Acro Trail Starke FL 32091 Maxville FL 32234
The Florida League of Cities en- cher in 1966,and transferred into the .
compasses all incorporated towns drivers licensing division, in 1973 .
and cities in the state, with some He moved up to the supervisors posi- .
participating more actively than tion in 1976, where he has remainedfor
others. Starke has not been active in Woods 11 years. .
the league for the past several married to the former
years, but Mayor Woods intends to Ann Joyner of Starke,and the couplehas
activate the city's membership in two children, Chanda, 15, and
the league. Jason, 12.Woods .
The Florida League of Cities was elected to the city commission We couldn't? make
meets annually, but the directors of in 1980, moving into the
the four districts meet more fre mayor's chair in October, 1987

.1 ....,.,"Hampton-,Christmas- -'-, --_.- ...Parade- .. :" .,-'SetThe .. -.-: .-b for seniors--
city of Hampton has set its best entry,$15 for second place,'ana g ; ." :
Christmas parade for this Saturday, $10 for the entry judged third. The
will assemble at the city
December 12, at 2 p.m. parade
Santa Claus will visit Hampton City park, and travel west on Pine Streetto .
Hall immediately after the Ethel Lott's. It will turn north to
parade, and will have gifts for the Navarre Avenue (SR-18), follow
children. Refreshments and free Navarre Avenue east to CR-325, more attractive
snacks will be furnished to all. A south on CR-325 to Pine Street and any
gala social event is planned for the break up back at the city park.It .
entire community. is hoped everyone will participate -
Prizes will be awarded to the best and make this a real happy
entries in the parade: $25 for the and cheerful social event.

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etJlTORlALSSen. Barrels of Gophers Shipped on 'Peggy'

!fITII Gave Express Agents Here a ProblemSometime

Chiles' RetirementWill

in the not too distant future ,
Be Florida's LossLawton the railroad branch line running from
Starke to the Suwannee River area will GOPHER
start hauling fuel for coal-fired
Chiles' seat in the Senate may meetings that had been traditionallyclosed plants southwest of here. This will be power a far \\

be "filled" in 1989, but Chiles, the man, to outsiders.In cry from the early years when "Peggy", :.'::

cannot be "replaced"- was one of a his soft-spoken, low key manner,he as the to branch haul gophers was nicknamed through long Starke ago,for used :_

kind.It earned his Senate reputation for integrity transfer to the markets of Pensacola and
is ironical that the same "walk" as a self-effacing team player and St.Augustine where gopher meat was con-
credited role in consensus-builder who sidered a delicacy by the Minorcan popula I
that is with a major accomplishedmore
Chiles' election to the U.S. Senate in by the power of his personal tions of those cities. .' <> T!

1970, should influence his surprise deci- charm and sincerity rather than by In its issue of August I, 1913, The ; f ) cc
Telegraph carried the item .
sion not to offer for re-election to fiery oratory and flashy news con- following : "

another six-year term in 1988. The ferences. By limiting his campaign con- GOPHERS

popular Senator had started another tributions in early campaigns to $10, THROUGH STARKE 5rt-3T--\

walking tour of Florida as part of his '88 and currently to $100in contrast to the About twice a month a couple of barrelsof

campaign, but deep personal reflectionand thousands welcomed by most other gophers arrive here from Bell, a small
a "voice inside' convinced him that politiciansChiles turned his back on settlement in the sandy area on the Wanee
after an arduous, and often frustratingspan the modern methods of high-tech cam- branch line of the Seaboard Railroad, for

of 18 years, he "was not looking paigning through hyped-up TV commer- transshipment to Pensacola.The :

Senate"forward. to another six years in the making.It cials and. other Madison Avenue image- phosphate land and around overlaid Bell is with underlaid gophers.with i1 :

When a man there sells a tract of land to a
is significant that Senator Chiles' phosphate company he reserves the right
As head of the Senate Budget Com- latest news release to this newspaperand to Vgopher hunting privileges" until the
mittee, Chiles occupied one of the most other state publications showed his land is mined... Land having no phosphate Gophers ProtectedAs Still ThreatenedDuring
under l I1
demanding and least appreciated jobsin interest in humanitarian efforts to improve of barrels t. of va Inpd gophers arrordina it can to produce the number in far back as 1899 there was concern the depression days of the 1930s
Congress. He was a leading player in the lot of his constituents. The year. The citizens of Bell grow fat selling a about gophers becoming extinct becauseof the gopher population was decimated to
effort and the news release announced that the latest gophers, and the Pensacolans the popularity of gopher stew. The Pen the point of near-oblivion by hungry hordes
the recent by wax ex-
sacola News of June 15, 1899 had the who combed the sandhill areas in search of
White House to reduce the budget edition of the Lawton Chiles for ceedingly fat.eating them-perfect setup following editorial comment on the sub- the unappetizing-looking but delectable-
deficit, and was often described as a "UPDATE", to be aired in this area by everyone.But ject: tasting critters.Ever since then,conserva-
"lonely voice for restraint" while others WUFT (Channel 5, Gainesville) at 1:00: to the Southern Express Company GOPHERS MUST BE PROTECTED tionists have been debating with the Stateas
officials in Starke, the gopher trade is a to whether the lowly gopher should be
to spend more and more. These p.m. Sunday, Dec. 27. will feature the
sought thorn in the side. They have to be Many a time we have seen barrels of on the endangered species list or merely
past months of struggling to reduce the efforts of a group of dedicated citizensin naturalists to some extent in order to properly gophers standing on the sidewalks in Pen- considered as a "species of special con
budget were undoubtedly frustratingand Okaloosa County to turn an abandoned care for the live critters left in their sacola just as if they were so many cern." At this writing, we're not sure Just
enervating for Senator Chiles, and hospital into a congregate living care. Their book of rules goes all the way potatoes, living and apparently doing well how the gopher is rated now.
contributed to his feeling of "burnout"in facility for forty senior citizens. The from horses and mules down to goldfish without and turned food or into water,waiting to be boughtup It is entitled to a certain amount of pro
silkworms and gopher gumbo or some
tells how to
his Senate post. broadcast will also examine what each species.But since"gopher"is care not the for other succulent dish for the delectation of tectlon, however, and a decade ago when

At the age of 28, Chiles was elected to Florida is doing to combat AIDS, and proper name for the 'gopheruspolyphemus" epicures or the garnishment and adjunctof dredging the DuPont operation Company into a was new moving area north its
takes a look at a program in Central nothing is mentioned about feasts.
the Florida House of Representatives, of Highway 16 on Trail Ridge, it was
and eight later ran successfully Florida that is teaching computer programming its care. So until further advice is given, And there is the poor "cracker" and his ordered by an environmental agency to
years U.S. to the severely disabled.By the expressmen have to act upon the ad- family who were want to depend on these move more than 30 gophers from the area
as an underdog for election to the vice of folks around
Kingsley Lake, who indigenous and spontaneous products of and transplant them to a nearby turkey
Senate against strong opposition. hard work and dedication to his have grown gray-haired catching and studying the sand for their chief supply of meat. By oak ridge where they could go on propagating
Always a believer in open government, job, Senator Chiles has earned his rightto sandhill gophers. They say you can't all means let the gophers have the strong in peace in an area enclosed by
he brought new openess to the halls of retirement, but Floridians will be kill a gopher anyway, so there's no need to arm of the law thrown around them, and chicken wire. At last report, the gopherswere
Congress by using a Florida law as a hard put to fill the shoes that first car- worry taking care of it. let and them browse and burrow and increase thriving in their new location.
multiply in the land of their
pattern for federal legislation to admit ried 'Walkin' Lawton" into the heartsof More Gopher CommentAs forefathers without fear of harm from Hardier than Guavas

the public to Senate committee those he served so well. late as Oct. 8, 1926 the Jacksonville shortsighted or avaricious destroyers. While the Starke Expressmen may have

Times Union reported: We can imagine New England without been troubled by the gopher shipments, at
On Tuesday a shipment of gophers was clams, Kentucky without whiskey and least they didn't have to worry about them
Downtown Merchants Group made to one of the big restaurants of Kansas without Populists, but not Florida dying on their hands, as was one ex
I Jacksonville the first shipment of this without gophers. pressman's experience with a crate labell
kind we have record of. ed "Guavas". Being unfamiliar with this
any The so-called And for the sake of tradition, not coun-
Can Be Effective ForceAnother "land turtles" are numerous in this section ting Epicurianlsm. the gopher must be odoriferous fruit and annoyed by the smell
and if patrons of Jacksonville protected. If the Advertiser would suggest after a few days, the expressman called
restaurants enjoy "turtle"soup Bradford how it is to be done, our next legislaturemay the name on the address label and said,
progressive move for district- including buildings, signs, County can supply the demand. be persuaded upon to fulfill its high "Mister,you've got a crate of guavas down
downtown Starke is the recent forma- landscaping, and public spaces; diver- responsibilities on the gopher's behalf. here and you'd better come get 'em soon
tion of a Downtown Merchants Associa- sifying and rebuilding the economic dead.because" some of the little ones are already

tion,which is planning to file an application base of the business providing

to have Call Street, from water a balanced retail, mix..and improving t D.awntown Merchants Plan ,
Street to U.S.301, .included. in the.. the competitivenesa-n. the

popular Main Street program. This progressive district in today's market.It To for 'Main County Agent'sNotebook
Apply Street'Plans
movement is helping the core is especially timely that downtown
areas of towns and cities all over the merchants should be organizing at this

U.S. to regain their popularity as time since the downtown improvement

trading centers.At program will be completed early in the to apply for the Na- munity.

a meeting here Tuesday afternoon, new year, providing new incentives for tional Main Street program With the help of a profes-

Julie Schofield, manager of the Main developing plans to attract more shoppers were approved by the newly sional manager, the by Bobby Taylor
Street project in Deland, described the into the downtown area. Property organized Downtown Mer- downtown area can be Bradford County,\gentManaging
successful operation of the program in owners will be encouraged to improvethe chants Association at a revived by merchants

that city, and the many benefits derivedby appearance of their buildings, and meeting held Monday. cooperating to promote FarmAlternatives
merchants in the downtown area of merchants will no doubt want to expandand Deadline for filing the application facade improvements to
Deland. upgrade their stocks of merchan- is February 15 make downtown more at-

U.S. leadersare dise m keeping with the other im Association president Glenda -
All over the community announced.
realizing that revitalization of their provements. Epps
older downtown shopping districts is Under the guidance and managementof the Main Schofield Street, managerof Y_, IIirMb lfie efforts ofHb The economic base of North Florida

crucial to the health and vitality of our the Main Street Program, and with Deland programin tftiowiitown acflY&tt Agriculture is changing, and farmers are
towns and cities. the unified effort of a Merchants explained the facing serious economic hardships. Traditional -
Association, it will be possible to plan benefits to be derived by Main Street. ,Is ran row crops such as corn and soybeans
Today, a new spirit of rejuvenation is downtown merchants and grown in competition with the Midwest are
enlivening the old commercial centersof cooperative sales efforts designed to property owners, and asata open for WKS*. not profitable. The financial stress in

communities, resulting in in- make downtown shopping more plea- described the that agriculture has sparked an intense searchby
many sant and attractive to the progress farmers for alternative that
buying public. enterprises
reinvestment in had been made
creased retail activity, in revitaliz-
can increase net farm Incomes
The Call Street district which has been
private buildings and public infrastructure ing downtown Deland under tractive, and staging
the traditional center of Starke for 130
and better management of the the successful promotionalplan. cooperation promotions to Many farmers-large and small-are
still has much to offer this
districts as economic entities. years, area, She described Main bring shoppers into the looking for ways to diversity or change
and will have even more under the Main Street their operations. New crop and livestock
But revitalized urban commercial Street Program.It as a self-help program area, Mrs. Schofield said. value-added
districts do not "just happen" by is significant that the Downtown where merchants and She also emphasized the tax and products marketing strategies processes,can services be

chance. Restoring an area's vitality in- Merchants Association has been the city government join credits available to property substituted for those that are no longer

volves careful orchestration of people, organized at this time, when the forces to restore the town or owners making improvements profitable.
services, and money. For this reason, Downtown Progress Committee will city's inner core to becomea to their
the National Main Street Center, a nationally have completed its of im- viable part of the com- buildings. Any new venture involves hard work and
soon "
recognized leader in downtown program risk,as well as opportunity. For many producers -
and beautification. Now it
provements ,developing new will
revitalization has developed a com- enterprises require -
is time for all property owners and mer- different sets of skills and attItudes--
prehensive process designea to improve chants in the downtown area to mergein a more entrepreneurial approach to farm
all aspects of a commercial district- unified management. Careful planning, a realistic

especially historic ones, like Call Street. the one activities that are necessaryIfCallStreet Forestry in Bradford CountyBy understanding appraisal of the of farm market goals, are and essential.a clear

The program includes enhancing the is to continue the revitatlization

visual quality of the central business that has been started. David W.Norton For these reasons, a workshop on
r Bradford County Forester managing your farm alternatives will be
held on Dec. 17-18 at Lake City Community
Do know a child with a handicap? Tree Farm SystemGlenn This is but one more reason that lan College.The purpose of the workshops is to
you downers like Mr. Ritch and many other help participants develop a method for
Ritch of Bradford County recently tree farmers are recognized for helping evaluating changes in light of their particular .
Child Find Is one of the Florida Diagnostic and had 20 acres of his property approved for meet the growing demands for more wood goals, skills resources, and
Learning Resources System (FDLRS) that lends sup Tree Farm Certification in the American products.For marketing situation. Sessions will focus on
port services to exceptional student education programs Tree Farm System.The the of analyzing, planning i ,"and
Florida Tree Farm information on how you may process
in a six-county area: Bradford Baker, Program is part far-based
Flagler, Putnam St. Johns and Union Counties. of a nationwide Tree Farm System which become a part of this program,contact me developing new will have
of identification gives assistance and public at 964-6280 (ext. 219). Participants opportunity
One function Child Find is of poten- recognition to hear from others who have undertakennew
tially handicapped preschool students, and the location private non-industrial landowners who use enterprises, as well as from
of children and youth between birth and 21 years good forest management practices to improve specialists in the fields of farm management -
of age who may have a handicap condition and are the value and multiple use of their and marketability and production requirements -
not receiving services. Some area of handicapping woodlands. Mr. Ritch also uses his for a number of different
r. t j conditions may be speech, language, hearing, vision, timbered acreage for short-term cattle potential commodities for North Florida.
.ho' learning, behavior or physical problems.If grazing. Volunteer foresters are available DIABETESTo
you know of a child you may be handicapped, to provide inspections and basic management
contact FDLRS/Child Find at (904) 328-8811 in Putnam recommendation on timberlands at These workshops are sponsored jointlyby
County or write FDLRS/Child Find, P. O. Box no charge to the landowner. learn more about diabetes the Florida Cooperative Extension Ser
Bostwick FL 32007. Glenn Ritch will receive the familiar call Tel-Med and ask for these vice of IFAS/UF, the Florida Farm
159 green and white Tree Farm sign to displayon topes by number.Call 964-4.96 or Bureau Federation, and the Florida Dept.of .
his land. He has also received a certificate 17S-0007. Agriculture and Consumer Services.
signifying that his lands are being 11 You may have diabetes and
managed to assure a wealth of en- not know It The workshop will be 1H days beginning -
RID vironmental benefits for Floridians as wellas 22 Foot cam for diabetics and at 9:30: a.m. the first day and con-
an adequate supply of essential others with poor circulation cluding at noon on the second day.
4 milijjiq4eol materials to meet the growing demand for. 233 Diabetes' children Speakers at all locations will be Dr. John
more wood products. 609 Answer to questions alien Holt Farm Management Specialist, Dr.
This past Sunday, an article entitled asked about diabetic diets Bob Degner, Agriculture Marketing
U y "Exports rise 46% at port" seen in the 610 Diabetes emergencies Specialist both of the Food and Resource
CC G .. business section of the Florida Tlmts 611 New trends In the diabetic Economics Department Institute of Food
G. FERGUSON JOHN M.MILLER Union discussed increasing demand for diet and Agricultural Sciences of the University -
grlON Publishers umber products export.This Is another encouraging 1169 Poncrea8tisTeFMedksponsored of Florida. In addition there agencies
Published each Thursday and entered a.Second Class Matter at the Post Office at sign for landowners in this area other specialists from sponsoring
Stark. .Flo.,under Act of March 3. 1879. Subscription rale In trad area: f 10 per year; $3.50 sin _thl.Out.lde with future timber to sell. Rising demandfor byrhe Auxiliary and farmers from your area.
months exported timber products from north of Bradford Hospital, Inc.
trod. aro: $11 1 p r year: $4 sin
Phone 94 6305 P.O.Drawer A Stork..Flo.I Florida' woodlands converts_to an increase Call me a7964-6280.ext. 209 If you are In-
in price for landowner telling terested, or would like more information.Pae .





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I Announcing Mrs. Coss Celebrates 90th Birthday At Su-EI's HomeOn

Amanda Suzanne Lyons : Monday, Dec. 7, Mrs. Minnie guest giving the date and place of Mildred, were also honored when it
Curtis and Melissa Lyons of ", ". '. m COM wu given a party at Su-Ei's birth. Mrs. Coss was born. in was announced that their 2nd wed
Palatka proudly announce the birth .'; ''1ii'fclE 1/:/'. Retirement Home in Hampton, Muscatine, Iowa, about four blocks ding anniversary occurred Nov. 10.
of a daughter, Amanda Suzanne (:' honoring her 90th birthday.Mrs. from the Mississippi River. She accompanied Refreshments of decorated
born Nov. 30 in Alachua General! ;!; :: : Susie Lott Walker, Home her missionary brotherto cakes and ice cream were served cup-by
Hospital and weighing 7 Ibs. ; Manager, welcomed the 23 guests, Turkey and attended school there the hostesses,Mrs.Evelyn Vaughanand
Maternal grandparents are Mar '. i" ,. ,, Including home residents, membersof when quite young. She also lived In Mrs Esther Porreca.
cus and Joy Norman of Starke. 1 ,.," .' : ; !:: : the Senior Citizens Club and Indiana and Colorado before coming
Great-grandparents are Mrs. 'od, ':)'! ,:! I.: friends.Birthday greetings and gifts to Florida fifteen years ago. The party concluded with Mrs.

Beulah Norman of Lawtey and C.E. ..'" ; : -'i were presented as guests sang Happy Happy Birthday was sung also to Coss thanking all who came in the
and Janice Thompson of Arcadia. '- ''. .--lt'I .l Birthday' to Mrs. Coss. Mr. Thomas Dwyer whose birthday languages of English, Turkish,
Paternal grandfather is Mr. \', ., ". : 'C'. Entertainment consisted of each occurred Dec. 8. He and his wife, Greek, German and French.
Garnet Brooks of San Mateo. ..y, t. 1. '{I .. f
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Susan M. Faulkner of Starke and
Lawrence H. Patrick of Moaley
Lawtey announce
and Leroy Grlffls
.d. their engagement.
Susan is the / 6 H THE
daughter of Paul H. Mosley-Grlffls To Wed our
O.. and Irene Faulkner.Lawrence is the
fn.of Christine Patrick and the late December 18 In Graham OFFICE

,.,., William Patrick. Lawrence and Linda Mosley of
No wedding date has been set at Starke announce the approaching Sale .r SHOP
1 this time. marriage of their daughter, Dawn
Michele, to Leroy L. Griffis, son of Friday Dec. llth now. Coil St.
Leroy and Jane Griffis of Starke. 964-5764
Pearsall-Hunter To The wedding is planned for Fri Stark., FL ,

Cinderella Dream Girl... Wed December 19 day Baptist, Dec.Church.18 at 7 A p.m.reception in Graham will Noon til 6 p.m. ,

Miss Shannon Michele Gilpin Is a Mrs Juanita Pearsall of Hampton follow at the American Legion Hall .
announces the approaching mar on Edwards Rd. following the
of Cinderella
three time winner the
riage of her daughter, Mary Susan ceremony.The .
Dream Girl Contest In three
to Tommy L. Hunter, son of Mr.and bride is a 1987 graduate of
categories: photogenic, modeling,
Mrs. Larry L. Hunter of
and beauty. Rochester, Bradford High and Is employed as a
Sunday Nov. 1, Miss Gllpln won Ind.The clerk specialist at University of
wedding will be December 19 Florida. The Is
groom a CSMS at
the titles In contest in Starke.
a : at 2p.m.. at Hampton Baptist Camp and SANTAWON'TMISS
Blanding a 1986 graduateof
Then, Nov. IS, she again placed first Church.All friends and relatives are BHS.
In all three categories at High Spr-
she invited to attend. All friends and relatives are in- THESE CLEVER STOCKINGS
ings. Again, Sunday, Nov. 29. vited to attend. !
won for the third time the three .
categories at a contest at .... a.
St.Augustlne. -- --- --- -\\Ut-

Miss Gilpin Is In the 5th grade at c:::::>i
Starke Elementary School, and Is 10
years old. She Is the daughter of Mr. DAR Christmas Luncheon Held Dec. 7 44S
and Mrs. Ralph Gilpin of Pinewood

Drive, Starke.Sunshine The Col. Samuel Elbert Chapter of Mrs. Gilbert Brown spoke on na-
NSDAR held its meeting Monday, tional defense, quoting from an arti- 1
"'-- "" ---.... --- Dec. 7 at St. Mark's Parish HaUl cle by Secretary of Education i .
hosted by Mrs. Gilbert Brown ana William J. Bennett. This article jl t
IndustriesTo Mrs. Herbert Thomas. centered on the fact that indifference ijfl// !
Hold Annual among our students to the 50 /
The luncheon tables were covered cause of preserving our freedom is a .
Awards Banquet"The with white cloths with centerpiecesof matter that needs to be dealt with OFF

Front Row", an award- red and white pillar candles sur- immediately.
winning Barber Shop Quartet from rounded by greenery Christmas Special guests was Mrs. W.J. On AllStockings
deer and silver icicles
heard ,elves trailing Frick.
Orange Park, will be at the
annual meeting of BARC (Bradford down the center of the tables. ,
The program was given by Mrs.
Assocation of Retarded Citizens)
David Taber, Chapter Regent, who Did know...
Tuesday night, Dec. 13 at 6:30: p.m. In Stock
in the Starke Woman's Club. spoke on Colonel Elbert's participation Mrs. John Griffin, Mrs. Mona
Dinner will be served at 6:30: p.m., in East Florid. during the Canova, Mrs. Herbert Thomas,Miss 0Oniv
followed by entertainment and the Revolution. Lillian Stump and Mrs. A.R. Nor
presentation of awards to handicapped man attended the Christmas Tea at
employees of Sunshine In- the Lake Butler Woman's Club com- atHallmark.
dustries. Med Connelly, president of Tucker-Goodman memorating their 75th anniversaryon .
BARC, will report on the current To Wed Dec. 19 Sunday, Dec. 6.

fund-raising Industries establish drive to its help new Sunshine plant at Mr. and Mrs. James Griffis an- The W.T. Weeks Chapter, UDC r ,t1
nounces the wedding of their
will have their Christmas luncheon
the Industrial Park site on Highway 1
100 South. daughter, Keena Marie Tucker to meeting on Monday, Dec. 14 at the
Mr. John Goodman on Dec. 19.
Bradford Family Restaurant at
New officers and board memberswill
be elected at this time. 11:30: a.m. Mrs. Christine Lawson
The$10 per plate dinner is open to and Mrs. Mona Canova will presentthe
the and reservations be Church program and all members are
public may Chatter. 40 %
attend and
made by calling 9647899. urged to bring a wrapped

Christmas gift for the Chapter's ... .Off ...... .... .
.- Sampson City Church adopted. vet.. in the VA Hospital..
f. .f To-love Ch/ k.f1-l1i'li ;J":1 v.Th&' Methodist, -t.r*,-Womeri'sSundaySchool r IT prj \ '-'j L 11.:1': ; : ';' ': ',!rJ '
'Select ion of Gifts
Conner ReunionTo The Sampson City Church of God Class spent Nov. 5 on St.Simon's ......
Be SaturdayThe will be hosting a fried chicken dinner Island, Georgia where they
this Saturday, Dec. 12 from 11 celebrated the birtf!Says of class
a m.
Lawton Carrie Conner .....
- reu- to 2:30 p.m. members Mary Bomar, Carolyn
nion will be held this Saturday, Dec. Eat-in or take-out dinners will cost Keen and Ada Reddish with lunch at
12, beginning at 11 a.m. $3.50 for adults or$2.50 for children's Emmeline and Hessie's.
This reunion will be at the plates and will consist of fried Former class member Sallie
Kingsley Lake Civic Building, chicken green beans, potato salad, Williams of Brunswick visited with
Kingsley Lake.Gospel bread, dessert and tea. the group during the afternoon.

The Church is located on C.R. 225,
Deer Foot Trail and Pastor Gene President of Starke First United
Bass invites everyone. Methodist Women Oleeta Harden- 25 %
Singing brook and Nolia Middleton Group Off
And Three Chairman Carolyn Eaves attended
Lunch Bunch To Have the business. meeting of
At Greater Allen AME All Briefcases
Christmas Party FridayThe UMW Florida Conference in
Lakeland Nov. 14. Spending the
There will be gospel singing at
Greater Allen Chapel AME Churchof Lunch Bunch will meet at weekend at the Conference was Ver- PortfoliosIn
Starke during the month of First Presbyterian Church this Friday na Schmidt and Cana Schmidt. &

December. This Saturday,Dec. 12 at Dec. 11 at 12 noon.
7 p.m. The Southernaires from Please bring a salad or vegetabledish Call MartyAt Stock
Brunswick, Ga. will perform. Next meat and desserts will be pro- 964-6300
Dec. 7 featured vided. This will be our annual
Saturday, 19 at p.m.,
For Christmas
singers will be the Heavenly Gates Christmas Dinner and program.

from Jacksonville, Fla. Gift Suggestions
The Second Annual Homecomingand -

Banquet at Allen Chapel will be
held on Sunday, Dec. 27. The "Q&verput off'till tomorrow

Homecoming services begin at 11 what you can put on todayCftristmas is. .
a.m. with Evangelist Juanita Clayas
the speaker. Immediately follow- All Rolled
ing the services, the banquet beginsin Leila'sDress
the church annex at 1 p.m. with
Minister Ross Chandler deliveringthe Christmas
address. Everyone is invited. Wrap
& gift Shop _

ISOTONERCOMFORT & Boxed Christmas Cards

Jimmie Bennett, eon of
Brownie & Ina Bennett, will be CUDDLY CANINE BONUS GIFT .

visiting the Bradford County area *
J ISOTONIC Comfort Slip.p.n
the second week of January. He Unlquo away stretch o 50Off
would love to meet and talk with COTOMOO and w.ha In raw,
Wodaowood blur corlto
all his old school chums and d r bono and block, Sim S.M.I!,
F XI*2034.i .
friends. y rocKiHO stum*.ONIMI
Jimmie was born and attended j-f',(,C ]Rocolva a fr.o toy puppy wi*
school Lawtey, before movingto any.(Mtonor Comfort SlipparhoM ..
: whilo habit
Miami. For more Information, 1 r
coil Joyce 'In Jacksonville 'I } r a. !

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fA TELEGRAPH December 1*, 1MT .,. .. h.d" :" \.tc't,.: .."", 'I t.I'"t.:..,..,I-.t. ;;
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By Dolores MmgPhone Beckers:4-Clayton} Archer, Kristin Ar"Fa"'rY' : f SuwameeRiver&caooaaiit Council"Inc.;)announce*the following, dates .. '
4M1IUCongratulations. Bradley Jennifer Phlfer, Carlton ChrisUneiantbar, Brand wua: ,, for distribution of USDA commodities. Qualifications guidelines and income .-; \ '\:
Meng, Lawrence Mena; S-Llsa son and Dana WUkIlon..MISCELLANEOUSI. eligibility scale! Information may be obtained. from the Suwannee '
... Jones,Irvin Rhoden; 6-Mary Wood, Students at Lawtey Elementary Sherry Cow River Economic Council Inc. ._
Best wishes to Michael Harold Linda Baker Bobby Howard, put their creative talents to work as ington,Justin Hardenbrooke, Justin Special: Note: Special days l are feet aside for the exclusive distributions
Brunettl and Teresa Anne Whipp Audrey Brown and Allen Rhoden. they made project to enter the annual Griffis, William' Johnson Bonnie to the elderly and handicapped.If you have trouble standing,please bring
who were united In marriage on Dec. school art fair which was held Folsom Sarah Bennett, Melissa a folding lawn chair so you can be more comfortable.
lit St. Edward's Catholic Church In Hampton Elementary Nov. 1924.Judges -- Bailey and Anquan Austin. USDA's Emergency Food Assistance program Is available to all eligible '
Starke with Father Philip Gagan of- Honor Roll Students... for the event were MTS.J., ._ Congratulations_. to all 189 winners recipients regardless. of race, color, national origin,age sex or handicap
Tina McRae (fourth grade teacher .
riclatlng. Certificate for all A's and All A's
Congratulations also to Mrs. Min- on leave), and Mr. James Wainwright Distribution sites' and dates' are as follows:
and B's and Perfect Attendance for
nie COM who celebrated her 90th birthday the second six weeks grading period school board member. They DEC IS: BROOKER City Hall 10 a.m.-l:30 p.m,
on Dec. 7 at Su-El's Retirement will take place at the school on Fri- said their Job was difficult because DEC 1C: STARKE Old RJE School, 10 a.m.4p.m.
Home. Some twenty friends there were so many excellent entries Room DEC 17: STARKE Old RJE School, 9 a.m.-l:30 p.m.
enjoyed the party given by Mrs. day, Dec. 11.Kindergarteners but they enjoyed the opportunity Operating NursesTo DEC. 21: LAWTEY Recreation Center (Middleburg Rd.), 10 a.m.-2.00:
all E's
Evelyn Vaughan and Mrs. Esther receiving to view the students'work. Have Christmas SocialThe p.m. '
were: Kristen Bradley Juston Hart
Entries were divided according to DEC ttsHAMPTON: City Hall 10 a.m.-a
Porreca. Lott Julie McMillan BradMuse Gainesville Area Assn., pm.
Brian of
divisions of Pre-K thru ,
grade 1,2-3 DEC. 22: SPEEDVILLE Pleasant Grove Baptist Church 10 a.m.-l:30:
Christopher Schmidt, Joshua 4-5,6-7. Each age division had nine Operating Room Nurses Is having
Visitors... Starling and Amanda Townsend. monthly meeting Friday: Dec. It. Please
different Ribbons .
categories. were box bag to commodities In.ULA
bring a or put
Among guests during the past EARNING ALL A's were: let: given for first, second and third beginning with cocktails at 8:30,anddinner your
weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs Melody Barr, Christina Carmichael, places in each category. Everyone at 7 p.m.
Michael J. Brunettl were Airman Deena Crawford,Detria Ford,Jason who entered but did not place, This will be the Christmas Dinner
Clifford Brunettl and family of Loves,Jessica Marshall, Erik Scog- received a "participant" ribbon. Social featuring "pinning" of newly
Cheyenne, Wyoming, and Mr. gin, Jassy Starling, Melody (Editor' Note: Due to limited Certified C.N.O.R.'s. For more in- :
Harold Wragg of St. Petersburg Voungblood, Nikkl Baker Daniel space, it It Impoulbto to lUt all the formation call Wendy Van Duyne. srCRES
(Michael's grandfather). Clifford Davis and Nena Contois. 1st, 2nd,and 3rd place winners for all 475-1731) or 373-7373 (W). -...--
served as best man at Michael's 2nd: Peter Aguinaldo. Clay Ar- nine categorieswhich totaled 189
wedding.Mr. chey Travis Crew, Alicia Crosley, winners. Therefore, we will (tot'the i .
and Mrs. Kenneth Tuggle and Vicki Hutto, John McMillan. Amanda lt place winner for each
Mr. James T. Terry, all of Columbus Meng, Matthew Mullis, Paul ) -
Ohio, surprised their father, Phillips and Amanda Rowland. category.The winners were: Call MartyAt
James (Red) Terry by flying to 3rd: Shannon Aguinaldo. Alicia PAINTING: Cheryl Juchniewicz, 964-6300 This Is your personal
Gainesville and arriving his home Baker, Jaclyn Crews, Jennifer Michael Santana'Delvey Dougherty -
in time for the celebration of his Glenn, Alex Kirchaine, Jason Me- Teresa Juchniewicz Tory Kitties For ChristmasGift Invitation to a special
Dec. 5 birthday. They spent from Cullough and Shaun Muse. 4th: Tori and P.J. Harris. SuggestionsDid
Friday to Tuesday here as guests of Hersey and Charlotte Smith. 8th: CRAYON: Ann Smith, Marla Family Shopping Night. .
Red and WUmatean. J Jennifer Darley and Tracey Mc- Dickens, Casey Crews and John
George and Nancy Rozboro and Cullough. 6th: Keir Ford. Carter.
sons Tony and Steve of Hopewell MARKER: Sarah Falkenburg.
Junction N.Y., spent Thanksgiving Calf MartyAt Michelle Konkel, Eddie Norman and
You Know
week with their mother Mrs. Vicki 964-6300 Brad Hunter.
Zacek.Also visiting Mrs.Zacek dur- PAINT: Ann Smith, Kristin Johns,
ing that week were George's For ChristmasGift Christine Ranjbar and Erin Waters. Laurie Mullms and Carolyn Eaves
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Roz attended the annual evening
parents Suggestions CLAY: Kim Lott Michael Santana,
boro of New York. Greg Durban, Skippy Crawford, meeting of UMW at Ocala First P SES
RECEIVING ALL A's and B's: Ruth Ann Harris Shannon Edwards Methodist Church Monday where .
1st: Tonya Brown Christina and Rod Crawford. Patty Mullins Williams was )
Crawford, Bobby Dennis, Pat FABRIC: Ann Smith, Beth Slater, presented with a pin for Special (excluding layaways
Flanagan, Krista Fuqua, Karrie Taisir El-Souessi and Laura Membership in Recognization to
Call MartyAt Lee, Roger Mitzel, Roberta Searcy Goodner. Missions. Laurie's mother Mrs.
964-6300 Chastity Jones, Joey Rowe Don CHALK: Tonya Taylor and Jessica Carolyn Izlar who recently suffereda
Smith and Roger Underwood. 2nd- Hart. fall was also able to attend in her SUNDAY! !
For ChristmasGift Randy Brooks, Robert Broome 3-D: Amanda Bennett, Jodie Brice, wheelchair. ALL DAY
Suggestions Hannah Ford, Brandy Hall, Peter 1987
Knipp and Clint Morgan. DECEMBER 13th,
3rd-Hope Archey, Chris Gibbs, / ,
Amanda Glenn, Denyse Edwards, From 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.AffordebM .
.. Stacey Floyd, Steve Innocent b .
Late November Birthdays. Angela Strickland and Randee Var- Sec us for .,,, :
Nov.21-Tahra Francis,John Glen num. 4th-Charles Crawford, Jenny *Quality Invitations *Reception Items
and Michelle Strickland; 24-David Johnson, Melissa Kyle Angela *Attendants Gift *Party Dresses p ARord.bM
Smith, Dale Grover, Brendaand Meng, Denver Oehl and April Scog- *Tuxedos *Mother of the Bride Hosiery [,dthq [xdung
Bridget Skeen; 25-Julie Collins and gins. 5th: Christina Broome, Missy Don Smith; 26-Cecil Woods Jaclyn Brown, Julie Collins, Tim Crews *'. nnlver ary Gifts :
Crews, Cindy Davis and Chris C.K. Fuqua Jennifer Jones and 'rIOt : '. felectlons
Gibbs; 27--Roxann Condone; Mark Smith. 6th-Billie Jo Mullis a j I
28-Jodi Ford and James Etchison; Dena Radford, Kim Wilson and ba. nay ,
!Z Com !C7tu..
29-Cheryl Thomas, Resale Dowling, Stacy Young.Christmas. tcarn ", a '
Sherry DeSue and Brandt Hawes; Leila'sDrCss You must present this Invitation to enterAMERICA'S .
30-Karrie Lee and Todd Parker. Program... ,
December On Tuesday night Dec. 15, Mrs. & Gift Shop &
Early Carole Stevenson will present her Bradford Squar
Birthdays... students in a delightful Christmas Stork
Dec. 3-Christopher Program beginning at 7:30: in the Shopping Sony no lay awayi during these special hours'.
catetorium.All are invited to attend. 964-3051 QDEB


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As many folks know, Bradford ARC/Sunshine Industries operates a Developmental Training Center for Retarded tiS .s':: g C o ts

Adults, providing training programs to enable the handicapped citizen to !live a more normal life. Programs are J! a: ;:; : r;
designed to train the mentally retarded to become productive wage earning citizens of the community. 1..g' : 5 5Q

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To replace the cramped and aging buildings of the center, The Board of Directors approved plans to develop a U tS = ,[ i

newly designed Developmental Training Center in the New Industrial Park. The new location will enable BRADFORD Jr 1 I a N

ARC to provide more and better services to Its clients by moving to a larger, more modem facility. F. b 6 d

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The ARC has developed a $75,000 Fund Raising Campaign to raise enough funds to complete construction of 0 "'3 Z 'to :a

the new facility, which will be located on a 4 acre tract, off 100 E, in the new Industrial Park. (The first building In the g; Z o, Z .S..

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A Fund Raising Team has been formed to help raise the necessary funding, they are called the ARC Builders, d
using the format of America's favorite sport (football) to keep track of their efforts. The ARC Builders will start the 13 =

capital Fund Drive with the ball on the 25 YRD LINE..Their Goal to SCORE A TOUCHDOWN FOR THE HAN 8 ::P;

DICAPPED by moving 1 yard for each $1,000 raised, until they reach the end zone 75 yards or ($75,000)) away. b ts


You can help the ARC" Builders reach their goal by making a one time contribution or pledge which can be paid JB |: 5 "'C ti

over a two year period. Why Not Help Score One for the Retarded by sending your tax deductable contribu 5c:1: : i)

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]Bradford ARC became operational In 1975 when concerned parents and local Individuals formed the non-proft service organization for promoting a: "UI
the welfare and services to handicapped Individuals of Bradford County. In 1976 BARC established the SUNSHINE INDUSTRIES C' a: a: .
1 WORK ACTIVITY DEVELOPMENTAL TRAINING PROGRAM. Presently located on St. RD. 16 West, the program has grown from serving 6 m m
i handicapped clients to over 55 In 1987.Today with a decline: of Federal and State Funding the Sunshine Industries Program derives over 50% I isral'
of Ks annual budget from work and products produced at the workshop and from local support. J I

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Thank You... SnloEndap j
Dec 25.. ,
I would like to take this opportunity -
to thank all the wonderful people
of Bradford County. m -
The many thoughtful cards and I,
ri calls were that my wife and I receiveed .r ,
were greatly appreciated. Your Ii IiI III IIaK

prayers were very uplifting, prayers
I from Individual people as well as
churches in our community. All of
i 1 this Just shows how much people
care lor one another. Those prayers
certainly helped me through an experience I I
I hope 1 never have to I
repeat.Thanks. ff Redwood erttaa-twats4

you all of you.A sexton >c /4 \ A-Frame ::.=: s1atAR
(Editor's Note: Coach Mike Sexton CIRCU 9". _
returned home Tuesday and is S.rsKusaw .--.rrrm
I- recovering nicely after a triple by- SKI p ....89.95 .= 20"
pass operation following a Nov. S I-- 1aamIY
heart attack.) sawr.y swv. Sale / .Men.e112S1

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School Menus liaRyiCl 1 care cI

Dec. 14-18 I ,4ACa r./4 a a.m .waee l''33'Y_ 1 1"ate
Bradford Elem.&Middle School **n ii <

Monday Plahwlch trench tried, peaches. ,
--, ...;&.T hl' -'" chocolate cake,milk SMOKE ALARM
r I I ,-" azr "" Corndog, macaroni chacao, gram VHS VIDEO TAPE
beans grape, applesauce cake milk.Wednesday UmilS
buttered -
i Sloppy ,Joe on bun corn .
Barney McRae Has 60 Years... applesauce,cookie milk. -.. .---- $317
Blked --
Barney McRae. at right receive a certificate for completing 10 year turkey dressing w/glblet, broccoli gravy w/c_, maihed aauce poUtoea, cranberryaauce or .'-.- --- 1 g
at a member of the Starke Masonic Lodge No. 35. The award was ambrosia' hot rolls, milk, : W VSR HAMMER DRILL .mMa am
presented at Past Matters Night, Monday Nov. 23, at the Starke lodge. Friday. Hot dog on bun, baked beefs cabbage ___ ..._ ___- ,. $3998
Shown making the presentation It Curtis P. Lee. District Deputy GrandMaster slaw Christmas Ice cream milk ar..-Me... wberMVaasMw. ..- a.r ram M.v'l ___ naww.ear
representing the Grand Lodge of Florida. VARIABLE SPEED JM SAW --..--
Bradford High School ......_ .... '99 o.H.R.
Other award were presented to two new members of the lodge Larry .u.- wm.M..r. ,. $3 "
crackers, cheese toast cabbage
Momlayi Chill
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Wayne Green and Tim Thompson. .slaw peaches" cookie milk, wa..mwe Y.wa- 1
Worshipful Matter of Starke Lodge No. 35 Is Steve Kroll. Tundayi Salisbury steak rice ft gravy green DUAL ACTION SANDER wwx.l2ga: --'

bean, grapes, brownie. milk buttered I .-oNaawna. -...Is,.._1111rwwaaY..M.__._...._ "nn $4998 _aar'000 111 ga ea ewe .m---:
Wedneidayi Sloppy'joe on bun corn
Fla-r.aMwwawepwwwM na.w
applesauce,cookie fruit, Jello, milk :3.rwprm.Lr ww.ooe: 20ga eaa.d

.' turkey Thursday w/ Jblet CHRISTMAS gravy, mashed DINNER.potatoes Baked or .BELT....r SANDER,.... taa..IMawebr.. ..... $4998 RIFLE SHELL 30.06 I :.
dressing, broccoli w/cneeae sauce, cranberry ....-- Great for gel I
sauce, ambrosia not rolls, mIlk. CORDLESS DRILL I UCHRISTMAS R1ii I
Friday Hot dog on bun, baked beans cabbage .23......__ ..........__.. the Hunter ::=asw .
Claw, Christmas Ice cream, milk. -...-mawn,- .-.- $3398 '
nil. 1 1
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Legals -r crtryng. (igrkj. .ntAfOM X VH" .. 1 698 SPECIAL --'......
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the amount claimed. If the claim Is not a aaa.n0a w wee- alas ,..'A (..00
Inc., will tell at public auction lor cash at .
yet due, the date when It will become VSR DRILL
OOLO ooa
due shall be dated If the claim Is 2600 lloyd Rd.. Jacksonville, Fla., v__._asr.roaw .aa T'w"L'" abe IUIION.- I
UNITED STATES DISTRICT contingent ... $2998 e Bridle
on. lot of Bruce Display consigned to ta.a.was I IM)0Mt .a MV 11011 'oaaM'''''_''_
MIDDLE DISTRICTOF or unliquidated the nature of 'sir am
COURT St. St All Marked Down
FLORIDA, JACKSONVILLE the uncertainty shall be stated. If the Augustine Carpets Augustine : -l ...... 10.00
Flo. Nal
DIVISION claim I I. secured, the security shall be ; n ...
eon* lot of Evap doors, consigned to ::
described. The claimant shall deliver
UNITED STATES Court OF AMERICA No. 87-705-CIV-J-16, sufficient copies of the claim to the Clerkto Snyder General, Tampa Fla. !; U.S. 301 North
and ,
Plaintiff, each.nabl.Personal the Clerk to mail one. copy to under to satisfy the provisions freight of storage Section charges 4b( ) of a CJL _:. w :_ ....t to falraround.Stark. .
v* Representative.All Uniform standard bill of lading -
WILLIAM C. PHILLIPS, JR., persons Interested In the Estate to Gator Frelghtways, Inc., us 301 964-7B71 I I
and LYDIA F. PHILLIPS. whom a copy of this Notice of Administration CarrierPro. L_FARMeRs

has been moiled are required 04-167584 dtd 91687Pro. ''ord F-Jmrouna*
OF SALE WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM 02-8)2511: dtd 9/15/87 "" I J IZJ
Notice IB hereby given that pursuantto THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF 12/102tchg 12/17
a Default Judgment entered on THIS NOTICE, to file any objections
November.. 1987. by the above entitled they may have that challenges the
Court In the) above styled cause the qualifications of the Personal Representative
undersigned United States Marshal or or the venue of jurisdiction of the
any of hit duly authorized deputies will Court.
sell the property situate In Bradford ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS AND OBJEC
County, Florida, described as: TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
lot 23, Parkwood Subdivision, as p.r BARRED.
plot thereof recorded In Plat Book 3, Date of the first publication of this
Page 5, public records of Bradford County Notice of Administration: December 3,
Florida, 1987.
at public outcry to the highest and WILLIAM S.COLLINSWORTH,
best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00 As Personal RepresentativeOf
I Noon orVJonuary 6, 1983, at the front The Estate of
door entrance of the Bradford County Barney. Lee Colllnsworth, Deceased
Courthouse at Stark., Florida.
.' Dated: November 18, 1987. A ATTORNEYS FOR
'. J 1 United States Marshal BESSENT S MOODYBy
Middle District of Florida William A. Bessent III, Esq.
John E. lowlor, III 403 W. Georgia Street
Asst. United State Attorney P. O. Box 1056
Attorney for Plaintiff Stark. Florida 32091
12/3 4tchg 1214IN 904-964-7262 12/3 2tchg 12/10

PROBATE DIVISION Notice I I. hereby given that I I. Dolph E.
Cose No. 67-98-CP Reddish, sheriff of Bradford County, ... ..
as -------------------------------------------------- ------------------------ -------------------------
File No. 1.3877 Florida, under and by virtue of Writ of T I

IN BARNEY RE: THE LEE ESTATE COLLINSWORTH OF Execution Execution, to-wlt Issued: out of County Courtof Snack Plus T Nugget Dinner S' 3 pc. Dinner i T 9 pc. Value Pack

Deceased. Bradford County Florida pursuant to I I
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO a Final Judgment for Fleet Finance, Inc., 6 Kentucky Nuggets '
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR of Starke, Florida and against Roy E. $1.69 $2.79 i $8.49 1 1
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE Thornton and Betty J. Thornton del en. 1 I I /
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTEDIN dents In the amount of 1639.50 $2.29 1 :
THE ESTATE: together with costs of collection. 1 Get 2 pieces of the Colonel's / Get 3 pieces of the Colonel's Get 9 pieces of the Colonel's
You are hereby notified that the administration Have seized and have In my possession 5 Original Recipe'," or Extra Original Recipe'" or Extra t Original Recipe' Chicken or
of the Estate of BARNEY LEE the following descrtlbed personal Crispy" Chicken, mashed 1 Get 6 Kentucky Nuggets 1 Crispy'" Chicken, mashed Extra Crispy'" Chicken, large
COLLINSWORTH, Deceased Is pendingIn property to-wit: and and 1 Butter mashed potato and gravy, / potatoes and gravy,cole slaw and y mashed potatoes large gravy, i
the Circuit Court for Bradford County 1979 Chevrolet Pickup, I.D. No. 1 S milk potatoes biscuit with gravy this coupon. 1 cole slaw and 1 biscuit. Coupon 1 biscuit with this coupon. large salad and 4 buttermilk biscuits ,

Florida, Probate Division the address of CLN1498218751As i Coupon good only for combination may not be used with Coupon good only for combination with this coupon. Coupon
which Is Post Office Drawer B. Starke. the property of the above named white/dark orders and may good only for combination white/
other offers. Limit
Florida. The Personal Representative of defendant and that on Monday, the 28th white dark orders and may any special with other
1 not be used any special dark orders and may not be used I
the Estate Is WILLIAM S. COL day of December 1987 at two o'clock on 1 not be used with any other special 4 per coupon. Customer paysall offers. Limit 4 per coupon. I with other special offers.
LINSWORTH. whose address If Rt. 4, Box said day on the premises of the Bradford otters Limit 4 per coupon. applicable sales tax 1 Customer all applicable Customer all
184, Stark, Florida. The name and address County Jail I will offer for sale and sell / Customer pays all applicable / sales tax. pays tax.OFFER pays applicablesales
of the Personal RepresentatlvisAttorney to the highest. bidder for cash In hand, 1 sales tax 1 ,
forth below: the above described property of said 1
are set 1OFFER 1OFFER
All persons having claim or demands defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Ex EXPIRES 9 OFFER EXPIRES 9. EXPIRES EXPIRES 1

aaalnst the Estate are required WITHIN ecution. Dolph E. Reddish 1 12/31/87 12/31/87 I 12/31/87 12/31/87 1
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to 12/34tchg Bradford County. Fla. II II I I

file with the Clerk of the above Court a .________________________ .-------------------------,I --------------------------------------------------

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Parent TELEGRAPH December 18, 1.7 cI

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Legal Notices miss.on on this opllcotlon at their Name In which Assessed: John Edward Estate of Louisa llndsey, deceased: between 8 a.m. and 4:30: p.m., Monday I
Wltkowskl and all other Friday.This .
pretcneduled hearing to be held on parties having or claim. through
NOTICE TO REGISTER All of said the County have Is In compliance with the Florida
Wednesday January20, 1988, at 7:30: property being In Ing to any right, title or Interest
UONAIO V. MOOM... hoi mod of FICTITIOUS NAME of Bradford, State of Florida. In the property hereinafter described Statutes, Chapter 120.94. as enacted by
the Commissioners Room
application for SPECIAL EXCEPTION p.m. In Pursuant to Section 869.09 Florida Unless such certificate or certificates or. hereby notified that an action has the 1974 Florida Legislature.'
iitonllal Service, allowed In all Bradford County Court, Stark., Florida.At Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the shall be redeemed according to law the been Instituted against you In the 11/2631chg 12/10.
this the Bradford County Commission
classlfkatlons for Radio Tow.r for Public time undersigned Pentad Corporation P O property described In such certificate or obov. Court by the United States of
U.. to the Bradford County Board of AoVuitment will make the final decision' on Box 430, i Starke, Flo. 32091, lolnt owner certificates will be sold to the hlgh..tbldd.r America for the enforcement of a lienagainst
that It classified the proposed application after having doing builness under the firm name of the real
( on property at the courthouse door on property situated In Bradford NOTICIO'SALI
KSF-1 and dewrlbod below two public hearings, advertisement and Bradford Furniture, P.O. Box 430, 22nd day of December 1987 at 11:00: County, within the Middle Districtof Oft NONPAYMENT
Approximately' eight ((8)) ocr. out of posting. Stork., Flo. 32091, I Intends to register Florida and described at folowe::
Pared 02B29-0-00000, Section 27, All persons Interested In this application sold fictitious name under the aforesaid a.m.Dated this 12th day of November Commence at the SW corner of Section that
of time and Notice I I. hereby given en
Township South, Rang. 22 East, are hereby given statute.Dated. 1987. 22, Township 6 South, Rang 22
for the two public hearings r.qulred. 19th of December IB 1917 a* 9tOO ..M.. a
place this November
located _quort.r mil. East of Starke Gilbert S. Brown East, run Easterly 39.45 feet more or
and 1000 feet South of St. Hwy. 16, a 1987 In Bradford County Clerk of Circuit Court less to the Easterly right of way line of sale will be held et cae MINI
radio tower approximately' 480 ft. high Director 11/264tchg J2/17 Bradford County, Fla. the Old Lawtey Road; thence run STORAGE Hwy. 301 South Sterfce,
for public us.. Zoning S Planning 11/19 I "'chgI2/10 North 007' East along said Easterly florId.
The Bradford County Zoning Board will Bradford County right of way line 750.00 feet to the A sale of the entire contents of the ,
review the application and make a Itchg 12/10 REGISTER INTENTIONTO Northerly right of way line of Donna fallowing unite will be made to the -

recommendation to the Bradford County FICTITIOUS NAME UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Street thence run North 89M9 East highest bidder. If no bidder the sale
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO along said of line will be conducted pursuant to rentalagreements
Board of Adjustment for public Pursuant to Section 86S.09 Florida MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA Northerly right way
hearing to be held at 7:30 p.m.. In theComml..lon REGISTER NAME Statutes,notice Is hereby given that th.undersigned JACKSONVILLE DIVISION 229.00 feet to the point of beginning; between tenant and
Hall FICTITIOUS thence continue North 8939' East landlord.
meeting room of City Case No. 86-643-CIV-J-12
Florida John I. Curies, Jr., 1640 B
209 N. Thompson St.. Starke, Florida, on'I Pursuant to Section 86S.09, that the South Walnut St., Starke, sole own.r.doing UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, along sold Northerly right of way line Bay 2..l'rop.rty belonging to Todd
Statutes, notice Is hereby given
Tuesday. December 29 1987. At thl.I buslnes under the firm of Plaintiff 75.00 feet; thence run North 0 07' East J. leBorren.
tlm., all persons will be heard concernIng undersigned. Inc., Oeorge Florida Williamson corporation Enter.prises. 1315 United Realty of Stark., 1640-. South VB 101.00 feet, thence run South 8939' Bay 6..Property belonging to Mary
this application as specified In the a THE ESTATE OF LOUISE LINDSEY West 75.00 feet; thence run South Alice Marshall.
Walnut St., Starke. Flo.32091, Intends
Florida 32209
Rood, Jacksonville.
Bradford County Zoning Codes. sole Kings owner, doing business under the register laid fictitious name under the and the Heirs at Law Juanjto Carter 0 07' West, 101.00 feet to the point of slay 2-Property belonging' to
Director Tom Alfr.d Llndsey and Wanda beginning .
aforesaid Lindsey. Virginia Holley.e5ey
Inn, S.R.
firm name of Country
B.C.B. of ADJ. and the unknown and you are ordered and required to
A. Williams, to
Dated this 18th day of November 22-Property belonging
21 at S.R. 21A Melrese, Florida, Intendsto
and In said action, and
Itchg 12/10 devisor, assignees, appear
heirs Baker.
register said fictitious name under the 1987, In Bradford County grantees Wayne.
file with the Clerk of this
11/264tchg. 12/17 llenors creditors, trustees, or other your answer 12/102tchg 12/17
aforesaid statute. claimants by, through, under or Court at Jacksonville, Florida, and to
Dated this 17th day of Nov.mb.r,
serve a thereof the
FOR REZONINGW. 1 1987, In Bradford GEORGE County, Florida.WILLIAMSON NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR SEY and all parties having a claim, Plaintiff's Attorney, Dorothea Duane, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

C. IMIRV has made application to ENTERPRISES INC. TAX DEED right title or Interest In the property Assistant United States Attorney, Post MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
the Bradford County Zoning I Planning Williamson NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that W.R. herein and THE STATE OF FLORIDA, Office Box 600 Jacksonville, Florida JACKSONVILLE DIVISION
By George Emo the holder the 32201 on or before December 28,
Deportment for reclasslflcatlon of the of following certificates Defendants Court No. 87.716.Clv-J.14
property described below from RSF-1 to 12/17 has filed said certificates for a SUPPLEMENTAL NOTICE OF SUIT 1981. If you fall to do so, judgment by UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
11/264tpd default will be entered for
RMF: Approximately' 2 acres, out of tax deed to be Issued thereon. The certificate AND AMENDED ORDER against you Plaintiff,
Parcel 06203, Section 36 Township. 8 numbers and years of Issuance, FOR UNNAMED DEFENDANTSTO the relief demanded In complaint.. vs

South, Range 22 East out of Boykln's NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO the description of the property, and the APPEAR AND PLEAD and 3. This Amended Supplemental Order for Notice UnnamedDefendants of Suit CHARLES L. JENKINS and
Subd. located 13 miles Southeast of REGISTER names In which It was assessed are as (SERVICE BY PUBLICATION) SHIRLEY A. JENKINS.
to and Plead Service
Starke and off SE BOth Av. off C.R. 21, FICTITIOUS NAME follows This cou. Is before the Court on (
for multiple one-family dwellings. Compatible Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Certificate No. 202 Plaintiff's Motion for SupplementalNotice by Publication) be published by Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE
the United States Martha! In
with CLUP. Statutes, notice Is hereby given that Year of Issuance: 1985 of Suit and for Service by of circulation anewspaper NOTICE Is hereby given that pursuantto
This proposed change In classificationIs the undersigned Abar Soles, Inc., 311 Description of Property'f 4762-00100 Lot Publication filed on October 7, 1987. general In a Final Judgment entered on
Bradford Florida less than
subect| to a public hearing to be h.ld N. T.mpl. Avenue, Starke, Florida 1 of BLK 2 of Little Hollywood Ex R/W Having been advised by Plaintiff that once .ach County week for six, not consecutive November 24 1987, by the above entitled

on Tuesday December 29, 1987 at 7:00: 32091, sole owner, doing business 07-7S-22. the newspaper made an error In weeks, prior to return. date Court In the above styled cause, the
p.m., In the Council Room In the Starke under the firm name of Raiford Dry publication of the legal description of herelnobove designated.DONE undersigned United States Marshal or
City Hall 209 N. Thompson Street, Cleaners A Alterations, Rd. 121, the property being foreclosed the AND ORDERED at Jacksonville any of his duly authorized deputies will
Stark., Florida. At this time all persons, Ralford Florida Intends to register FREE Court finds that plaintiff motion Florida, this 28th day of October, sell the property situate In Bradford
both for and against, this proposal shall sold fictitious name under the should be granted. Therefore, It Is 1987. County, Florida described as:
be heard as specified In the Bradford aforesaid statute. r EXPLORING now ORDERED: HOWARD T. SNYDER LOT 34 Knight's Subdivision as per
County Zoning Codes Dated this 12th day of November 1 1. Plaintiff Motion for Supplemental UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 3,
GOD'S WORD Notice of Suit and for Service by 54. of the records of Bradford
Th. Zoning Board will make a recommendation 1987, In Union County. 11/12 Mchg 12/17 Page public
to the Bradford County Com- 11/19..tchg12/10 BIBLE STUDYThe Publication be and Is hereby County, Florida,
HOME GRANTED. at public outcry to the highest and
Bible Course is taught in your 2. All unknown heirs, devisees, PUBLIC NOTICE best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00:

r FIRST ASSEMBLY OP GOD STARKE home free of charge. grant., assignees, llenors, Th. Bradford County School Board noon on January 6, 1988 at the front
Hwy 16 & Weldon St. Starke This Is a non-denominational study creditors, trustees or other claimants, Starke, Florida will hold a Public Hearing door entrance of the Bradford County
CHURCH OF GOD by, through, under or against the on a proposed amendment to Board Courthouse at Starke, Florida.
Sunday School' 10:00 a.m. 422 N. ST. CLAIR 964-5445 based only on what 'thus saith the Rule S6GX4-4.50. Student Cod. of Conduct Dated: November 30. 1987
word of God. Alcohol and This Richard L.Cox Jr.Unlt.d .
11 Drugs. public
Morning Worship p.m. PastorWe Independent Church of God
John Spratlln APOSTOLIC TRUTH U.P.C. hearing will be held In the School Board States Marshal
Evening Worship 6 p.m. Invtte you to worship with us. of Prophecy, Inc Room of the School Administrative Offices Middle District of Florida

Wed. Mld-We.k Service 7130 p.m. Attended Nursery 7823303Rev. REVIVAL CENTER 582 North Temple Avenue Starke, John E. Lawlor, III

.. .. Florida on December 21, 1987 Asst. United States Attorney
Staff Nursery Available Sunday School lOam Emmett BrightTo 301 North 2138 N. Ave at 7 p.m.
Rr. Morning Worship .. . lam Copies of this proposed amendment to Attorney for Plaintiff
Stephen R. Pippin, Factor Evening Service .. . 6pm schedule your home bible Sun. School 45am Sun. Worship I 11 I'mm the Student Code of Conduct may be obtained I2IIO"'chgI2/31
1 L 964-6971 Wednesday Youth .. .. 7:3Opm: study or for additional Information Sun. live, Prayer Meeting pm Wed. 30pm, at the Superintendent's Office

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December 10, In7 TELEGRAPH Pa ge tt\

Girls Varsity Netters Fall to Vanguard Orange ParkA

young, inexperienced Tornado a road game Tuesday nigl t Dec. 8. 'to Lake Weir.Tuesday Dec. 15,BHS
girl varsity basketball team la (0-2 so Monifa Williams led 1fHS In scoring Upcoming... Is back home against bcala Forest.

far this season, losing a one-sided affair with 19 points. BHS plays at home tonight (Thurs In a Christmas I
to Ocala Vanguard and a close Rhonda Bright led BUS reboun day, Dec. 10) against Gainesville tournament at North Marlon Dec.
game to Orange Park High. ding with 13, and Kendra Butler had Eastside Friday Dec. 11, I.HSI0e8. 14-18. W-Th-F.

11, Monika Williams 7, and Rhonda .___ ..uu,.___ _.. _
Vanguard 78 BItS 49 Bright 4.
BHS shot only 18 percent, 2-for-ll.
Ocala Vanguard dominated
the "Terrible," said Coach John Slater.
Bradford High varsity girls in the
"We must shoot 60% from the free
opening game at BHS last Thursday, "
throw line
rt Dec. 3.BHS. _....14 1 It* It I MOr..P.rti Alitlanr !daa-Fa r.V11u'tt
with only starter Felicia t 14 S If 41rooYorfl c, .
Davis returning, trailed all the way. (")oM.Wllllomt l.t-0/l-l...DcwI.I.0I1.3.
oracMara1 I'I. .tVcwfuora1 A. Ilmmoni 1-0/1-2 K. Bright ..0/..., I. Covlnglan
J5IP I* 16.76 2-0-4, K. Cutlor 2-0/2-4. To'ol., lIT.21.3f.Oranao c( loans fashions l lIn
SroMor((41)).'.Davit 4-0-1,J.Konnocty 3-0-4.P.Allan Pork ((49) Tonya J. 4-O/10-I4, Down ..
II2Krlt 5. 2-0/2-4. iocky I. 103. Kara M.
103. 5 trlgM S-0-10 K. Sutlor 1-0-J. Covlntjlon Plaza
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Varsity Basketball Home Season Opens... BHS kept it close and tied the your last minute

I Clifford Ivey dribbles down the court In the home opener against Ocala game 31-31 after the third period, but Christmas Shopping ;
Vanguard Tuesday evening Dec 8. lost a tough game to Orange Park in Night

The Vanguard defender Eric Pickney, smallest man on the team, $ 1
scored the most points, ZI, on 3 3-polnters, 4 goals, and 4 of 6 free throws. I Red Tag Christmas dlI'I
JV LosesTornado I Sat & Sun 5:00: show IL | r lJT

I Dominates StarkeOcala Tuesdays! how__1 j Sale Continues c:
Vanguard Through Dec. 24th.
junior varsity basket- Starts Friday. Dec. 11
9-0-10, Tuggortion 4-l-f.Tc7m.iJa.IS. Li ...2-I-9Y' bailers had a rough opening game, a "The Finest In Ladles jaahlona"ry
Vanguard dispatched the Floyd 1-2-4, JocobD 1-0.2 Manna O-I-1. McDonald Ocala Vanguard in the
55-40 loss to ,
Tornado five with great ease Tues- 1-0-2 Lowery 1-0-1. Compb.ll 0-3-3 Hollldoy 1-0-1. SCHWARlBIGGmTHE
.. BHS Tuesday night, Dec. 8. 1
horn 2.3-0-11.Tololi! 3113M.For gym
day night in the basketball in
the Bradford High opener rho tint tlmo thli loouon,e".."point' doN ore It was Vanguard's second game. i tj&3 &&zZ K \ r
gym. allowed In high school botk.rball. In leering Kim. There were some bright spots but !
Vanguard beat BUS 8850. marloi 3.2Is.Hold goal moon*3*....polnton and 2
BHS still has to to be able to
way go
"We have a long way to go beforewe Iwo pointer
compete, says Coach Rowland Cum- RUNNING MAN
can contend in our strong Upcoming... mings.

district. ," says Coach Chester Simpson. Baker High comes to BHS this Friday BHS had a lot of trouble withVanguard's Screen II

night, Dec. 11. Next Tuesday, full court press.
BHS allowed the Vanguard five to
Dec. 15, the BHS five travels to West
control the tempo of the game,madeus Nassau. Next Friday, Dec. 18, BHS .......14 t I II 14 4* FATALA1'rRACTIN
play at their tempo, pointed out hosts Palatka High. Game times: Vonfjvoro1 U II I.I Mro
Assistant Coach Rowland Cumm- JV ((40)). Franco I..... T. Slyo' 4-l-IJ. Finch /
ings. BHS should have slowed it 6:15 p.m., Vanty 8 p.m. 5-0-IO. 5MHNId, 1-0-4, Olnklnl 3.,.., JonM 1-0-1. J
This Dec. 28-29 BHS is slated to
Tololi! 11.440.Vasad I .
down and been more patient, Coach / m / y iL
play in a Christmas tournament at ) O'Nool, 2-l-S. Jon. 4-0-8 King j Michael Douglas
Cummings said. Bishop Kenny High In Jacksonville, 3-0-6 Wright 11-.-... (urgni 3-0-6, Bolior 3-0-6, A I
BHS also had trouble handling the Rlchord 1-0-2 Hauls 3-0-6, crown 0-1-1. Tololi: Glenn Close JR] '
game times to be VISA M ditnos
full court press of Vanguard.And 14793.SERVlSTAR I
three of the Vanguard
players are a head taller than
anybody on the BHS team.

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Girls JV WinsThe

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Bradford High won its opening .
game, Thursday Dec. 3, a 32-28 win ----

over Ocala Vanguard SERVlliTAR, .a.
The JV girl five lost by just one -- -..-.-
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point, 27-26, to Orange Park High in [ .z Heavy-Duty Tape with

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players contributed to the win, said t /'N handles.Fealurescylinderlockswith2keys.Chest 2-colorprinting,16" stud center markings. '
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"This was a disappointing loss for pact elzs.14,0000PM, for rebate55.00 -year8mltedwarcenty. .
us, said Coach Trieste. smooth sanding.4" sq. A67D
Foul shootmg was excellent, hit pad for flush sanding. After
ting 5 of rune free throws, or 55%. 1 Uses Vt"sandpaper. .*4i 95SERV&TXR $799 "
BHS was up 12-8 at the half, but 1.6ampmotor.B04550
lost the third period 411. They came
back in the fourth period 10-8( in a

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Upcoming... r or PRICE U s SPECIAL PRICE

Games scheduled for this week )

are: Today, Thursday Dec. 10,
Eastside will visit Starke, Friday, rBLACX&DCCKEfl, 3/8" Variable Speed VAVemiont MRerICan'' n
the Tornadoes will travel to Lake 13-Pc. Drill Bit Set

Weir, and Tuesday, Dec. 15, Ocala T 51 Reversing Drill
Forest will play in the Tornado gym.A High-speed jobber length Industrial quality drill bits. ,
Vj H.P., 3 variable speed motor with reversing ,
is scheduledfor amp. Fractional drill range sizes from v.. to'Packed In
Christmas Tourney
switch. Double-Insulated 6'cord. Chuck key holder. I
molded #10245 /
plastic case.
Wed. Thurs. and Fri.,Dec. 16, 17, I ', Bonus 10pc. drill bit set included. 7190P t q
18, at North Marion High, at Ocala. $ 99

The girls will have no more action $l7Jg95 U ,
then, until Jan. 5, 1988, wehen North "r SPECIAL PRICE SPECIAL PRICE
Marion will paly in Starke. I- ;'

Portentax' $. ft99 VtSE-GRIP Plier SPECIAL *2O'' -

Wres 1 Shower PRICE I
tlingJBeginsThe .., PRICE "
under Massage Less mfr. Less mtr.
wrestling season got
way this week, with the Tornado Hand-held model with 4 mailInrebate 5.00 \ t?on. :.- .. I Co1rlpletewilhg10p,7RBgN mailInrebate -$4.00

grapplers going to Macclenny on different shower settings '- pke'..Comes with heavy-
Tuesday, December 8, and Ocala o0- and water regulator. After 4. / duty vinyl 1 roll-up storagobag. After
Exclusive control. O.A 'In $
Vanguard visiting Stark Wednes- x DM209 spray rebate 14" 4 ic eRg.e.a1te coupon, rebate 16"

day, December 9th.
Results of the matches were not t-

available.. at presstime. r 9%" Tongue & C e Energizer Batteries .

The Team Roster... > '
Groove Pliers Long-lasting alkalineperformance.Many household 1g '.'..'._
A roster of 31 grapplers make up uses. 2-pack "D "C", "AA". 1-pack 9V.NE958P2.39P '.
the team this year. 1 Wide parallel jaw range with strong gripping power. -2.IBP-2,522BP
Slender Jaws reach Into tight places. #420(3
seniors are team
Three returning
C&Captains: Sid Russell, Mike $ 29 $ $89

Elder, and Jamie Carver. SPECIAL PRICE tttf
Juniors on the team are: Jeff SPECIAL PRICE 'U

Adams, Ed Douglas, Chris Durban Q

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Holland Shafer Ben con ml.coTry.arms only. 1
Vernon Griffin, -....
Hankerson, Ron Wishart, Wesley
White, Keith Jenkins, and Alphonso

Jones.Freshmen are: Brad Hamilton.* Hardware Lumber Home Centers ACME HARDWARE &

Robbie Padgett Raymond Trimble,
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'Thursday. December 17. The' St. "v
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Starke for a 7:00 pm. match. Weigh .' .

In to start at 8:00. .


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Members of the 1987 Junior Varsity girls basketball Sue Trleste, Arkea Williams. Ann Taylor. Back row-
team are (l-r): Tawana Klnsler. Latara Jackson, Debbie Hankerson,
0" Front row- Rhonda Bryant, Chanda Woods, Coach Dana Norman.
Remote ControlledVCR

Hampton Clerk Gets 12% Pay Raiseby

Joe GissyBCT will ask for my resignation, be tact the Insurance Commissioner'soffice
6 Hours Only! Staff Writer courteous enough to let nee resign." to get helo with determining
City Clerk Gordon Wadsworth was the city's insurance needs.
Waste Assessments...
given a 12 raise
percent pay on a motion -
by Councilwoman Ida "Is the city supposed to get solid Christmas Parade..
$279 Creighton, and over the objection of waste bills too/' asked Mayor The parade is scheduled for Satur-
You Can Buy For Cash & CarryThis Councilman Johnny Allen. Elwood Padgett. day at 2 p.m. Santa Claus has been
Clerk Wadsworth said in asking "Only if the property has improvements arranged for and three judges have
for the raise, that it is unfair that he ," said Attorney Reggie been lined up. A community party is
received only a 5.21 percent ($6.92 Flynn. Hampton should only be billed planned after the parade at the city
new Fisher VCR was designed with per week) raise in September, and for the City Hall property, Flynn hal1.
complete convenience in mind. Just load LO the marshal got a 12 percent raise said. Clerk Wadsworth will call Solid
the tape and the Auto-Function will}\do the last month, or $25 per week. Waste Director Darrell O'Neal Street Repairs...
rest including Wadsworth asked for an additional about this.Insurance.
automatically rewinding ,t "In about a year and a half we will
the tape and turning its power off when the i ill f t t A s.. t 6.79 per cent or$8.23 to bring him up Bills... have enough money in the Capital
tape Is finished. Plus with Its 21-function to 12 percent. Improvement Fund to do something
wireless remote control, can e 2B Allen's motion to"forget about the "Our insurance bill will be over about the pot holes in the streets,
you programthe raise" died for lack of a second. $7,000 this year," said Mayor said Mayor Padgett.
VCR for unattended recordings, The motion to grant the raise was Padgett. "I think the council needsto $250 per month I is being set aside
directly access TV channels or scan videotapes seconded by Councilman Waldon have the insurance plan re- for that purpose. The fund is now
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at "super" high speeds to locate a :- e Wadsworth, and passed 3-1.aided bya evaluated." The Florida League of about$3,000 he said.
specific scene.For the best in convenience vote by Councilman Frank Bryant. Cities handles all the insurance now,
and value see this Fisher VCR today I Remote Controlled VCR ProgrammingEnjoy "I'm sorry my work is not for Hampton. "Maybe we need to Grant Hearing...
satisfactory to you," Clerk write up the insurance we need in A special meeting of the council is
Wadsworth said to CouncilmanAllen black and white and "
ask for bids,
set for 7 Tuesday, Dec. 15, to
after the "I if said.
meeting. hope Mayor Padgett
hear Linda Day, Plan Com
j wants to suspend The clerk grant
anyone me they was instructed to con- coordinator.
Great Fisher Sound

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Remote-Control Convenience! B M f*... BIB H

by Joe Gissy suppression fire line plowing at the provides manpower and equipmentat
-.-- Designed to give you' superb music with easy. operation. BCT Staff Writer cost of operating the equipment, the site while the landowner con-
I this Sixty-one wildfires burned 164 which is set now at $27.50 per hour. ducts the burning. Charges for this
., new 50-watt channel Fisher audio is
6OnW ;: per system an
"" acres in Bradford County during 44 landowners were provided with service are $7.50 per hour for labor
II : exceptional! value. With its range of performance- fiscal 86-87, County Forest Area this service last year,providing protection and $27.50 per hour of equipment
MIlliIIlllI .r matched components, you'll enjoy listening to your Supervisor Tim Hannon reports. for 2133 acres. operating time.Burning .
1 0 favorite records, tapes and AM or FM stations Easy The total acreage of these fires is
;; -- -" cassette-to-cassette" recording is also possible with thee inconsequential; however, many Control Burning... Regulations...
r ;; -" .l.:.... --i included dual cassette deck. The system is housed in a hours of equipment time and labor Two programs of landowner Burning to reduce yard trash and
--- custom component cabinet and can be conveniently were involved," says Hannon. assistance in control burning are offered household paper products is allowed -
I I /' The Division of Forestry (DOF) by the unit. These are geared without prior authorization, if
operated by wireless control.
a remote Plus,
I V.. you can has nine full time employees in the toward trimberland improvementand certain conditions are met: The
F r I. ffIuiiillilffH I !, O upgrade this system with the digital sound of an county, protecting the near 151,000 reduction of fire hazard. smoke is not a nusiance,the burningis
I optional Fisher programmable! .. compact. disc pKiycr! acres of timberland. DOF will control burn a tract for 300 feet from an occupied building,
the owner at a cost of$5 per acre up or 50 feet from one's own home, is
3-9 l _________ Fireline Plowing... to 50 acres,and$3.50 per acre for additional 100 feet from a public highway,is at
The Starke Work Center, locatedat acreage.Or least 25 feet from any woodlands,
the New River fire tower on DOF will provide prescribed and is enclosed in a non combustible
P.M. $ SR-100 west, provides pre burning assistance. This program container: or dug pit.

FISHER 5 a I e 4 9 9 Reg. '599- I Hampton... Marshall Gets Raise Too I

T-12O All Panasonic The Hampton City Council raised Mayor Elwood Padgett stated, This would be a raise of$25 from the
the salary of its Marshal at a special "Bassinger has done a good job. The present$200 salary.No .
Sony meeting called for the purpose Mon- problem is to get a replacement cer- assistant marshal will be hiredat
VHS day night, Nov. 23. tified. Qualifications and applica- the present. Bassinger has stag-
Marshal Harvey Bassinger had tions sent in to Tallahassee, and gered his days off and county
6-Hour Walkman tendered his resignation earlier this all." deputies can be called for emergencies -
19" T.V. month, but has agreed to remain on A salary of $225 would leave $199 at those times, the mayor said.
the job if he can take home $200. take home pay, with $26 witholding, Two new tires. are needed for thepolice
Tape Small Radios 155 Channel
weekly. said City Clerk Gordon Wadsworth. car
Remote Control
$ BU y3.4i9 1 Reg. *499 I Forestor Assists Local Landownerspreparation I

at $349
Sale by Joe GissyBCT vided to 11 landowners who qualified operations were given
Price Staff Writer for a federal cost sharing assistance assistance, totaling 560 acres
/ Ea. Reg. > County Forester David W. Norton program. This is a 50-50)cost sharing replanted into pine forests.A .
provided 65 landowners and 24 program,with half of the costs being
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'' forestry assistance during the past federal government upon final in- free seedling program, fundedby
Movies to Watch! fiscal year. 198687. spection and certification that an ac- Florida's wood products Industries -
iyr. "20 of these were new clients who ceptable stand of timber is establish- is designed to increase
assisted before reforestation on Idle or cut over
warranty had never been ,
Norton says. ed.Ten additional reforestation plan- lands. This program is available
_Tree planting assistance I .was pro- ting operations and seven site through the county forester.

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.1" Unique team of aerial workers erect new tower antenna at WPXE

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'.:; ByMarkFrledlln "Transmission Structures Limited"is again. We've been all over the con- What kind of special precautionsdo of their "workplace", they unhook:
BCT Staff Writer the brainchild of Chester Bailey,a tinental U.S.on these jobs,and there you take when you are clinging to their belts frequently as they scram-
: ;; ,. WPXE Radio of Starke Is taking a veteran with more than 25 years of are still plenty to build." a three-foot In circumference metal ble up and down the sides of the
.,. r big step to increase their coveragearea experience in the delicate tricky art The high altitude work is grid hundreds of feet up in air swaying tower preparing to fasten the next
and in the world of broad- of erecting the tall,but relativly thin something that seems to come from side to side in the wind: section of the rapidly growing
casting that means a bigger antenna structures.To naturally to Cass and Kirby. who 'Just don't fall,"Kirby said with a framework.
to beam their contemporary Chester and his two man crew- crack jokes as they ride astride a laugh. "That's the first and only "It's a blast up there, it really Is,"
country music sounds to an ever Rick Kirby and Mike Cass, the new metal ball,hook and cable to the top rule." said Kirby, who admitted he would
enlarging audience. tower at WPXE is small stuff, of the
even partially completed new The high flying pair use a double-
'..' Putting up a larger antenna to though the new tower will be the tower, which is already higher than looped safety belt with removable See...Flyers
replace their present 150-foot struc- tallest structure in the area. the older WPXE tower nearby. hooks,but after they get up to the top Pap 12
ture is no small job, however, "We put one up in Louisanna last
I especially when the new antenna year that was over 1,500 feet high --
towers more than three times the which is getting on up there" said
.i..1.. height of the old one, or a little over Bailey, who's company is one of only
.. 575 ft. high.That'swhere. four in the entire united States
a very specialized which is qualified to handle the big
company T.S.L. of Wagner gest structures. "We should be
Oklahoma comes into the picture. finished with this one here at WPXE
to ; co
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their year they AMH 2020 OS6 P U 5 Hlslory Since 1877 7:00-: 9:45N: T 108 3 TBA
completed a tower for the military In call LONGCHAMP HOMES APB 2150 OS8 P General Biology 7:009:45N: : TH 210 4 GDIIkIn
Loulalanna which. soared aver 1,700 ENC 0020 OS8 C College Prep Writing' 7:308:29N: : TH 205 1 Smith
feet Into the ky,and they have 9646853For ENC 0020l OS8 C College Prep Wriling Lab 8:309:59N: : TH 205 3 Smith
plan for a eerie of 3,000 foot rip In ENC 1102 OS8 P Writing About literature 7:009:45N: : T 209 3 Hail
the BUl2111 OS8D Businees Law I 7:00-9:45N: T 212 3 Elwell
coming year. Complete Details
ART 1510C OS7 P Beginning Painting 7:00-: 9:45N: W 210 3 Jensen
CGS 1570 OS7 D Software/ Applications 7:009:45N: : W 204 3 Baker
MAC 1102 as 7 P Intermediate Algebra 7:00.9:45N: : W 212 3 Becker

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HUM 1020 OS8 P Humanities 6:309:45N: : H 108 4 Dennis
Merry Christmas MAT 0004 OS8 C Elementary Algebra 7OG-9:45N: : H 212 4 Becker
-? t; AMH 2930 OS8 P Special Topics: Constitution 7:009:45N: H 209 3 McKeown
SPN 1101 OS8 P Spanish/ 7:009:45N: : H 204 4 Argulnzonl

It .Must register for identical lab
1988 Fleetwood Doublewide Musf register for identical lab on Thurs.

))1 3 Bedroom / 2 Baths DAYTIME

(Loaded) I

a MAN 2021 OS D Principles 0' Management 8:30-9:45: MW 108 3 McKeown
MAC 1102 OS1 P Intermediate Algebra 8:30-9:45: : MW 212 3 TBA
J. Shingles/Hardwood Plywood/2x4's + PSY 2012 0S1 P General Psychology 8:30-9:45: : MW 2011 3 OConne9ARHI000
)l Appliances; Carpeting OS1 P MAppreclallon 10:00-11:15: MW 108 3 Jensen
; Drapes
MAC 1140 OS1 P College Algebra 10:00-11:15: MW 212 3 TBA
W; Fleetwood's External Warranty fg DEP2004 OS P Human Growth& Dev. 10:00.11:15: : MW 20g 3 O'ConneU
HSC2400 OS1 P First Aid 11:30-12:45: MW 212 3 Chapman
.F Delivery Set-Up, Anchors, Steps lie HUM 1020 OS1 P Inlro.toHumanltfes 11:30-1:30: : MW 108 4 Jensen

+ Christmas Special! ItS TPP 2210 OS1 P Touring Theatre :00-2:15: : MW Z09 3 O'ConneD

Offer Expires Dec. 24th a.t.Midnight t CGS 1000 OS1 D Inlro. to Computers 8:30-9:45: TH 204 3 TBA

4'. ; n 0' A 41 .., MAT 0004 OS1 C Elementary Algebra 8:30-9:45: TH 204 4 Becker
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+ "Ji!'>,{, 7_ .tAs.",'_ ENC 2301 OS1 P Advanced Composition 11:30-12:45 TH 108 3 TBA
SPN11o0 OS1 P SpanIsh I 11:30-12:45 TH 204 4 Argulnzonl
+ ECO 2013 OS1 D PrIn.01 Economlcl I 11:30-12:4iL: : TH 212 3 TBA
ACG2oo1 OS1 D Prin. Of Accounting I 1:00-2:15': : TH 212 3 WIllaI

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I Registration Urged for SFCC Winter Semester

mmDENMARK I Registration began this week for to record enrollment the expanded New Years break.Registration Law and Ethics.
Winter 1988 classes at Santa Fe Winter Semester offering of 43 Is held daily from 10 There are several classes of
1 / 11 Community College Starke Center in day and night classes. He urged 4 p.m.with a special evening special interest. Chuck McKeownwill
the renovated historic courthouse on students to register early becausethe session on Thursday, Dec. 17 from teach a Thursday evening '
West Call Street. college will be closed for the 6-8 p.m. course in the Constitution as a part
SFCC Starke Center Coordinator holidays and the Winter Term of the Bicentennial celebration.Nor
Or. Bernie McFadden looks forward begins one day after the Christmas- man Jensen will teach a class in
In addition to basic classes in "Beginning Painting" on Wednes-
La-Z-Boy I Math, English, Science, History, day nights.April O'Conneli will con-
Social Sciences and Humanities the tinue her exciting work with a
I PHYSICAL THERAPYJERRY Winter Semester also includes Principles theatre group that performs in the
of Management, General schools under the title "Touring
FISHER P.T.: Psychology, Art Appreciation, Theatre"
Human Growth and Development,
I BY APPOINTMENT 964.6000 First Aid, Computer classes, PrIn- The Winter Semester begins on
ciples of Economics, Spanish, Accounting January 5 and ends on April 28. For
T ] L ,Public Speaking,Business more information, call 964-5382.


Winn-Dixie' I LOW PRICES Special

LI Olympians


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DEC. 10 16, 1987WE'VE fifty Special Olympic
athletes from Bradford County com-
peted in bowling and basketball
competitions in Gainesville on
GOT A Saturday, Nov. 21, at the District IV
T SLEIGHPsD Special Olympic Games.
4 Athletes from ten counties com-
peted in the events which were heldat
lO00 6STAI Santa Fe Community College and
o FULL OF EVERYDAY ,fs Alley Katz Bowling Lanes. Athletes
from Bradford Middle School and
Sunshine Industries have been practicing
their individual skills for

several First place were: Cherish
LOW PRICES FOR yOU. Green, Michael Deoyt, Laurence
Hankerson, Keyon Davis, Joy
Brown, Luckie Harvey,
Ballance, Michael Gaines, Melissa
PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATIONS: Corbett Ross, Carolyn, Glenn Alvarez Plimpton, Lori, Edward Lee

Mary "Vivian" Mercer PaulMercer
STARKE Billy Mimbs, Richard
470 W. MADISON ST. Wackbarth, Amy Jo Burkhalter
...... Barbara Mosley, Eddie Baker andLanorris

WINN.DIXIE SELLS ONLY U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF Pensa Second, Aretha place winners Whitfield were, Tiffany: Lisa

Burch, Michelle Click, Thena
"Midge" Bennett, Tommy West
Darrell Robinson, Mary Witt and
Dori Schaefer.
WD BRAND US. CHOICE Other winners were: Sheria
Tyson, Darcia Wells Arthur Sina-
EVERYDAY LOW PRICE COCA } BOTTOM ROUND bian,Alfred Thomas,Doris Howard,
ADC. REGULAR or ', CO LA Iva Joe Law, Ida Mae Davis,
ELECTRIC PERK ROAST Patricia Milner, Clint Bateman,
Hunt, Powell,
L Marguerite Kitty
ASTORBRICK Timothy Willis, Judy Wilkinson,
$ 9 Joan Beasley, Patricia Pursley,
COFFEE 11 PAk Marsha Parker, Clint Bateman,
$177IL. Kathy KIIwerb Hattie Barnes, Jeff

CANS Griffith.
I $179 Several of these athletes will com-
.vorrrr u.r. '
L0. pete at ther-Special
......-... S. CHOICE Games ,in Tallahassee at, tljqkeepd of
.jJaruWi,After the State Game, all
BAG .4 COCA COLA ..'W. 99'a of these athletes will start practicingfor
the summer competition of softball -
tennis and track and field
EVERYDAY LOW PRICES events. If you are interested in
/\f\\ 1-lB. PI(0.N assisting with the Special Olympics
\ WHITI '. program in Bradford County, con-
ARROW r HICKORY SWEET tact Janet Keith at 964-4740 or Bren-
da Littlejohn at 964-6093.
a . CAL

: WorkshopFor
10.....II. MOWN w DARK MOWN ''I I I

VIVA 67''e SUGAR & 15JUMIO m-& ITNRirrr GROUND 9Se D'-j I ';

COIN. HALf WE WILL GLADLY STEAM "Mana lng Your Farm Alter-
IOUIAI MUSSELMAN'S.r NATUIIAl CUT GREEN *B $ -00 BONELESS $ 91 SEAFOOD EXTRA PURCHASESNO CHARGE special natives'workshop will be designed the theme to of help a

APPLESAUCE : 9ge BEANS < 88 1 STRIPS . ia & FRESH $R49 North evaluate Florida various farm production families and

a//DAIUNO WO MANO U S.CHOICI I SONI1US marketing strategies.The .
FAB LA.IL BROWN NSERVE CHUCK $ 9 7 GROUPER FILLET u meeting will be held at the
$169 City Community College
.Ut ROLLSLI . P: ROAST . u FRESH Auditorium beginning at 8:30: a.m.
$439 December 17 and ending at noon
La December 18.There is no charge to
9ge D MKS
u 2 There will be small sessionsto
DETERGENT ,if . tOUR STEAK . ia & WITH FISHERMAN'S WHARF focus on Alternate Crops.Enter

prise areas to be covered include:
livestock, natural
Dill QUAilTV vegetables

ENTIRE UNE OF GIBSON TlMACOJTA_c.UIIIC: 2.V&II-II.r BOILED $2 49Ii resources aquaculture and and fisheries forestry, or-,

BOXED CHRISTMAS CARDS, POTPOURRI I SCENTPOT a ACM.OP TMIOH HAM . ll namental and nurserystock production
MCAtr LIDS! t WINQSMILD fruits and nuts. Sessions
CHRISTMAS PARTY PAPER, ". .". Q IACIl $697 r CAJUN ITVUI "MAI IT COOK ID "KV"" will focus on analyzing, planningand

:HRISTMAS CANDLES; CHRISTMAS SOUTHERNFRIED BARBECUE $ft99 enterprises.developing new farm-based

TimtACOTTA or CERAMIC! UMMCMMO tunity to hear from others who
$ 98 PItCH INCH 9 1ATIIS COCONUT w have started alternate crop farm-
50% OFF POTPOU47ACM 3 CHOCOLATE $Ji99 ing operations, as well as from
"GOOD LOOKIN1 8 PC. specialists in production, farm
[ GOOD COOKIN" IUCKET LAYER CAKE. EACH management, and marketing"
SUGGESTED said one of the County Agents coor-
dinating the workshops.

Retired Teachers

HARVIST YELLOWLa FRESH .. :SUPERBRANDHMF 9 9 c Meeting The Bradford-Union Held Retired

... 5ge CREAM. "ItDANO'S Teachers Association held its
1 tea" ICE
ONIONS BAG Qo November meeting at the Bradford
Resturant in Starke Thursday,
Nov. 19th, with e
/r SALAD 'C GOURMET $169 Jo Douglas presiding.
PIZZA . . . . EACH Various committees made their
. .
TOMATOES . LLLL Phi. reports on their activities and
wr +alcN...A D M oo1Ow MOUUITIIW future plans.
; DELICIOUS SUPERBRAND ,4 $100 The insurance committee directedthe
4fl MARGARINE . ., rlraIUNRMAIID devotion led by Ms. Mary
'' Ht APPLES . . u Faulkner. She emphasized the fact

;. .. that this is the ThanksgivingSeason
; '
ALL PURPOSE Yla ,ORANGE 'w$115 and that we have so many
w 149 JUICE . . . things to be thankful for, as; our
____: eyes,ears,hands,souls,hearts and
life. We should also consider where
------------I WINN DIXIE COUPON |1------------I NEW ITEMS FROM WINN-DIXIE! our blessings come from.
Start your set of r All the sick and shut-ins are to be

BineWIilsp I 0> 3O; OFF S) i aiiTroHNsorirE,2" ? :: 99 honored Mrs. Adell at the Mitchell December was meeting.visiting

Cup wmrtomcoum with us at this time.Also,Mr. Burt
!I NESTLE BAKING BAR. ::. $149 Vallery. State Representative of

Porcelain Fine China Regular$2.99 I II II I Limit one coupon per 12-pack- cans on brands listed below. | OMON MWWOOH MV OUf m* Medicare demonstrated and stated Insurance the"ad-,

TOOAYI I ---- $2.69WITH I CAMPBELL'S. 'o 994 vantages of Medicare Protection.Mr. .
A 2O-pt.c.tun LCD(or 4 __._ CUTM..r.YMHC STYLI Vallery was very informativein
only$*.M M ow phml Il g. COUPON <
BEANS 3 c89 his discourse.
pieced l -.n. S2.99 REGULAR PRICE Year books were passed out by
Each place setting '. -. -""pM1 ...._---.- Mrs. M. Norman, Mrs. Maxine
this heirloom t tN I EXPIRES 1-M I,,-,,---------- PRUNE JUICE. =- 99cI' .Gibson mentioned plans for the
COUPON REDEEMABLE ONLY yJSSSiH'cAT : :::: =.::=.;.::'..::--r.: t ITOI 1YANWOoin Christmas Party to be held Thurs-
qualitychinaon| I WINN-DIXIE SUPERMARKETSd __... M..ew--__ I' ; QUG tEINfl[ :::$'J49 day,Dec. 17th.P.le .
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I've Only Just Begun... a...

Independence is a new way of life for Doris Howard


By Shery Lincoln Starke in August,1978.She resides in
S.I.Supervisor the group home with 13 other
She enters the work area, stores women. While life in the group home
her belongings in her locker, then offers more Independence than in 9t4.emn Christmas Doris,
prepares for work. Before starting, stitutional, Doris still strugglesfor ,
she checks with the supervisor for even greater freedom.
instructions on today's assignment. How does one go from institutionallife e Cut Out and return to: P.O. box 509.
Once she has received them, she to independence?Through determination / I Starke, Fl 32091
reports to her work station and and assistance I
begins working. from programs courage such as those offered 1' You can help Doris and many others

This scenario is so typical of through the Bradford Assn. for 1 like her by contributing to the
millions of people everywhere Retarded Citizens (BARC). There Bradford/ARC-Sunshine Industries
everyday. Encountering the daily are a series of training programs
work routine is done, most often specifically designed to help Doris L O Building Fund Drive to raise moneyto
with little or no thought or con- and individuals like her return to the complete anew workshop. Just
sideration to its endless cycle. A cycle mainstream of life and society. Sunshine
which is endured, but also taken Industries is a work training L y send your donation or pledge to
for granted. But there are some for program administered by BARC. 'ARC Bulders' P.O. Box 509 Starke,
whom the cycle depicts a new mean- Doris Is taught specific job skills
ing... such is the case for a young that will equip her with the Fla. 32091. or call: 964-7699 to see
woman named Doris Howard. necessary skills to secure a job in how you can help in this effort.
the competitive labor market. She
Doris is employed by Sunshine In- receives instruction on good work ------------------------
dustries. She works five days a habits and behaviors,and learns the I have enclosed a donation/Pledge for the completion of the Sunshine
week Monday through Friday,from importance of dependability and ,, Industries Center for the Handicapped In the amount of S. or
9 to 3
a.m. Some of her
p.m. respon- - -- -
sibilities include packaging plastic- enrolled in these Even training though programs she Helping Hands... pledge to be paid on a Weekly L)monthly (](early dt sis. Check one.

ware and Inspection of battery cans she still earns wages for the Dorla Cowart,right,get ajwUtance from Swnahlne Indoatrlea rapervbor NAME
for Gates Energy Products near
Gainesville. She is considered a very work she performs. Sherry Lincoln while tortlng battery container for Cate Energy Corporation ADDRESS
flexible employee and an asset. to the Unequipped with the basic fun- of
agency. damentals of daily living skills PHONE g5WYER
(DLS), she is enrolled in classes
Doris attends Adult Basic Education where she will learn to be more Independent -
(ABE) classes where she is studying of others.She will learn to Alachua.m
in preparation for her GED plan and prepare simple meals, do
examination. A tiny smile appearsas her own laundry, clean, shop for SPORTS
she boasts of her progress, while herself etc. All the things you and I
trying to suppress her obvious an do for ourselves everyday, but
ticipation.On things she has just recently been r J $ CENTERSouth
weekends, Doris goes shopp- allowed to attempt.
ing. She enjoys buying new clothes, Through participation in the Adult _
eating out, or just walking Basic Education (ABE) classes offered i Iiiit
"downtown". She loves parties and at BARC, Doris takes one 301 Plaza ( __
recreational outings such as Sea more step toward independents in =
World, Disney World, or Special studying for her GED examination.She .
Olympics, and attends Sunday services attends classes where the ABE
at a local church. instructors offer special assistanceand
One may think that Doris'lifestyleis attention to her individual Add a personal touch to your gifts A

similar to their own, and they needs. this Christmas. Custom lettering in __
would not be far from At .
wrong. Collectively, the programs at Sunshine _
least, that's what Doris is trying to Industries intertwine and inutes. .
achieve in her life- the opportunity prepare Doris for her journey to in :UilU4''i, _
to live independently- like other -
dependence. The journey will be a
people. But, hers is a tougher battle long one filled with many pitfalls
than one might imagine. and setbacks, but this hasn't deter. ALSO : :7tor ,
Doris is a 30-year-old woman who red her yet. Doris has a goalto live II I/I/
of independently in an apartment to I/i
has been institutionalized most /
make decisions for herself, to sharein SweW / Q
her life. She was dually diagnoses as Dawg /
mentally retarded with a the opportunities and the hard 2h
psychiatric/emotional disorder. She ships which befall us all, to be the Tennis Racketseat ill
best she can be.
entered institutionalization at the
early age of 14 and was transferredto As Christmas is a time for wishes Stocking Stuffer
the Sunland Facility in and hoping, we at BARC wish Dorisa MANY ITEMS ON SALE!!!
Gainesville in March, 1973. She remained brighter and more independent
there until being transferredto Christmas now and most definitely
a group home located here in in the future. h t

964-7434 .
I FmllA to Demonstrate Computer for Farmers .,
An open hquslt II set TuesdaY .nNo. iua to process applications for farmland ;
'is from' 10 'a.m tlJ"nooJ\ 'atr.t i'"e housing loans quicker than we Reasonable Prices Storewide TOVVHOIE HOUSE
Farmers Home Administration's have in the past." HEATING// '
Alachua County Office. This open The FmHA County Office is UP WITH THESE 'llllQl'WARM
house will be to demonstrate the located at 5709-C NW 13th St., VISA Gift
agency's new computer system, according Gainesville, Fla. 32606. All interested M/C Certificates SAVINGS.A WIDE SELECTION y
to Alachua County FmHA persons are Invited to stop DISCOVER Available OF FAMOUS NAME I
Supervisor, R.C. Quainton, II. by Dec. 15. HEATERS THAT WILL f
The open house is part of a state -- ---- KEEP YOU COZY & ) iL I ?9 I
and nationwide open house to COMFORTABLE
recognize the completion of the FOR PRACTICAL PLEASING GIFTS-LOW PRICESShop
three-year automation project. Thisis GAS HEATERS
one of the largest projects of its ojt Florida' Peat Control'a i''
kind in the country. FmHA has In-

stalled Florida 110 and computer over 6,000 terminatls nationally at in :LORIDA LAWN & GARDEN CENTER PRICED unn,

a cost of approximately $67 million. PEST 539 E. Call St. Op.n 9.5:30 964-5743 FROM.
"We think this computer system is '
going to be a big help to our bor- JONTROL
rowers, especially family farmers," o .
Quainton said. "Once we plug basic /a CHEMICAL Cl iIi1BfJii1iiIi1flh'1
numbers into the machine, we can
help determine which management 1
decisions will be the most beneficial.We BOOM BOXES
will be able to project annual
cash-flow figures quickly and ac -
curatelv." 5LFRESH
"In addition, in- DUO BALL and BURLAP tt tra
we can go directly
to the FmHA mainframe computerin SPUDE Beautiful Shop. Fr.. Instructions for planting 1
Kansas City",Quainton said. "We ;"tr l outside af tor Christina. c-;
expect this equipment will also help aye sglC f. i 2 299

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473-4380 or 964-6305 CHRISTMAS .
Students Include CACTUS

Members of KHHS
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Here Pay Here
We Finance [ .w New
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COTT Gas Can j your unused drafty frptece! a ,
80 Camaro Auto/Air _
$395. down E-Z Payments With Purchase of Any

81 Phoenix 4dr., 1 owner. Now through Dot. 24. Hal (
Nice car! I .gEEO OREZN LAWN .
$495. Down EZ Payments ALL WINTER

80 Plymouth Volare4dralrautolow M.I.Ain..lan' POULAN / PLANT RYE Sane & 7'4 S444ee

miles Model No. 2OOO ,PC Recommendi: 3-5 Ib*. Per
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*. 10-13 Ib*. on Bar.Ground.
'8ffM.rcury Capri.pel.. Dice ear
$-49". DN E Z. Payment.
'75 Plymouth Fury 2.0 In engine. NOW 119 30 Ib, Bog Only 1399

Sport Coupe SolId lot'tan ttonAutomatic Qplr I lb. s Lb. 10Lb.. 332 W. 'MADISON. ST., PH. 964-7701 '
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Arson SuspectedIn

Clinic Fire"Person


j. 'r r, li'r o t.l ., ,t or persons broke In- door of Emergency Services also
It c cG } i to the building with the purpose! of located on Grand St. Quick
destroying records," Bald Sheriff response-ID unit was at the scene immediately -
Dolph Reddish of & soon followed by engine
fire of the Bradford Union GGulda nes three and squard five from the
Clinic on Grand Street In Stark. 4 Starke Fire Department. according
J As a result of the primary Investigation to Director Cliff Chapman. Flames
T ,. 'c I '( T 'Til into the fire we have and heavy smoke were coming from
\ determined the records were the the roof when QR-10 arrived said
target as well as the building said Chapman.One .
Reddish. section of the building was
Evidence of illegal entry the com- completely destroyed with the roof
a, pustible material used in the area attic and extensive smoke damage
where records were kept all lead to throughout, according to Lt.. Rusty
the believe the fire was dellberatly Barrett. Official damage has not
set by an individual or individualswho been determined.
wanted to destroy records and Complete cooperation between the
the building, said Reddish. agencies brought the fire under con-
Due to the nature of the offense the trol with 30 minutes after arrival of
I SO has sought and is receiving help the firefighting units.
;,? { ,P'ti from state investigators FDLB the Firefighters responding were Tom
state fire marshall, insurance Rowe Jerry Waters Chief Dwayne
underwriters Investigators andMedicareMedicaid Hardee Rex Siemer Barrett
fraud in- volunteers Brian Stephens, Jimmy
vestigators.At Davis Jeff Johnson Dale Tucker
11 p,m. a neighbor of the clinic and paramedics Chapman and Bill
saw the fire and ran to pound on the O'Neal.

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I Firefighters Battle Blaze... Photo by Jack Nunnery

There were no Injuries In the Monday night fire of the Bradford Union been determined to be arson deliberately set to destroy the clinic records
Guidance Clinic but the building received extensive damage.The fire has and building, said Sheriff Dolph Reddish.

-t!-titia r r,r,!.:%:S'WSisi4i4'4iiitWiCtiti'WNORTH: : : : : : : : :!.,!-,!.,r,r,rvr- .- -,r,,,-,!-,!.,!.,rtita. ',, Stop In and See Our Line of

Displaced CStf j' FLORIDA I r: --
w r: MonArk 1

HomemakerClass r; ANTIQUE ENGINE SHOW j ti:r. t )

Set ifltfl r.: DEC. 11, 12&13 *; ) And HYDRA

AtSFCC t': Featuring Steam & Flywheel Engines of \s J 11' !' Sports Equipment

;: Yesteryear. Over 300 engines on exhibit >!;

A class of the ir
new Displaced
; Post Restaurant ;
Homemaker Program is set to begin Trading JACK COLEMAN
January 8. If: llwy 301 Waldo >;;
The Displaced Homemaker Program : mlllllllllllllllmmlRllllllmUmml{ "' J
is a comprehensive programfor a #2626 '88 Chevy

people who are 35 years of age or . '. -",
\, .
older who worked home Caprice Brougham.
have in the I
caring for the family and who $'I W:. I3 ::"[tll ::WU! r ,$255. mo. "
because of a spouse's death disability 7fl TACKLE & MARINE
divorce or separation must now $2000. clowr.12.9% 66 mos + [
re-enter the job market. DearbornGAS "" tax, tag/with iipproved credit. C3>
Planning a new direction and sup- ,
port from others experiencing this )
lifestyle change are basic parts of HEATERS
,i the five week class offered at Santa 3070 Blinding Blvd..Middlcburg. Florida 32068
k Fe Community College. COMPLETELYINSTALLED H (Ooe jnoUe south of Middleburg onliwy 21)) .
i-! 1
; The class and other program serVices WITH Phone; (904)! 'B'-SUO or .n-311f._ DT2QQ
/ are free of charge however, GAS JUST I
f 'pre-registratlon is required.
Registration will be accepted now INCL.TOFT.. tt j
through January 8. $ 298 !
The first part of the class covers TUBING
topics such as handling the stress of

change, assertiveness and com HEAT UP TO 5 ROOMS CUT
munication skills money manage- ALACHUA SATELLITE

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RemainsIn BriefsBicyclist charged with resisting arrest were Nine patients were taken

Intensive CareA without violence,according to York. Shands, eight to Alachua General dissolved the month in of Bradford November.County during Rose Carl Edward Douglas It Marian
Bond was set at$5,000 he remains in and three to North Florida Regional Douglas.
13-year-old boy remains in custody. all in Gainesville. Two Timothy D. Roberts It Charlene L.
serious condition as a result of a pa Johnny K. Johnson It Kimbra L. Roberts.
were taken to the Reception
Monday afternoon bike-car accidentin Keith Howard Redding, 19, of who Center and one to Clay Johnson. Richard G. Myer It H. Diane
Stephen &
Kersey Leslie
Keystone Heights. Starke had violation of Kersey. Myer.
probation in Green Cove Springs.
According to a hospital spokesperson warrant against him but when York theft Twenty-one calls were illness Marcus George R. Wood It Dorothy Wood. Denise Schoenlng It Herman
Michael Newton of Lake attempted to charge him Redding 17 calls were to people with Lady&Linda Rider Lady. Schoening.
Sidney Newman
Geneva is in serious condition in the & Linda A.
and another struggle en- been problems arid'ten were Newman.
Intensive care unit in BaptistChildren's sued. Redding was additionally patients.. .five i&bple suf-
Robert D. Jenkins & Susan
( ) Hospital In Jackson charged Dec. 5 with resisting arrest trauma and another fousuf Jenkins. Anna Marie Testen & James W.
ville.A with violence and battery of a law Both trauma resulting from Testen.
Darrell O'Neal & Maura
1984 Dodge of driven by Wallace enforcement officer. Bond for the ding accidents.One .O'Neal. E. Vera Wickline, Jr. & Lousie
Koerner, 69, Keystone Heights new charges is set at$1,000,cash on- The call was to a stabbing victim, Glen Wlckline.
& Teresa
was northbound on CR-214 at PostMasters ly, with the VOP bond continuing at sales calls were to overdose victims Leggette G. Leg- Mark D. Box & Debra A. Box.
Village in Keystone Heightsat $5,000. Redding remains in custody. not two were gunshot wounds.
2:45: p.m.when the bicyclist came people were dead when the
in front of the vehicle either from the arrived and two calls were to ....
ditch of the shoulder of the roadway, Escapee CaughtIn patients.
according to Trooper R. L. Kelley. Woods Near StarkeA Seven calls were cancelled, three
The vehicle skidded before strikingthe false alarms and
one was
bike. Newton was ejected lan prison escapee from Putnam *
stand-by at a structure fire. COMING SOON
ding nearly 13 feet north of the impact County was apprehended shortly
his bike came to rest 93 feet after midnight Sunday morning in A QR10The
north, said Kelley. the woods near Starke.A .
Newton was taken by air- call received at the sheriffs quick response unit responded
ambulance to Baptist Hospital.No department around 9:30: p.m. Saturday three fires during November,said LAKE AREA PHYSICAL THERAPYOF
charges have been filed in the stated a man was seen lying by One brush, one vehicle
accident. the side of the road at the now closed was one structure. STARKE
Thonl Station on US-301 north of found
Starke. Lt. Glen Moore was dispat-
Brooker Man Critical ched to the scene. day Divorces GrantedIn 486 N. TEMPLE AVENUE

Following AccidentAn As Moore drove up he saw a man who Bradford CountyThe SUITE C STARKE FLA. 32091
in prison garb jump up and run into people following marriages were
87-year-old Brooker man remains the woods. Moore called to verify an the
in critical but stable condition and to seek assistance. Officers
escapee car Laura P.T.
following a one car accident Dec. 2. and dogs from Union Correc- silver, Hodges Expected
Emanuel Kleinman was tranp- tional Institution as well as Florida said Jennifer Bradley P.T.
sorted to University Medical Centerby Highway Patrol Sgt. David Goodner ing Cinderella DrcamgirChristmas Physician Referral Opening
Trauma I suffering multiple and Trooper Clark Williams arrived either. January 15,
trauma, head injujries, possible and a seach of the woods was on. Only 1988
broken neck, ribs and pelvis, according Inmate Alton Jerome Johnson,27, off
to Paramedics Dan Cuddington was apprehended at 12:22: a.m. day
and Jerrell Johnson. Johnson had escaped from a work car Beauty Pageant SS :SStStttSSS(- t'tt't't ::,'(-t tt tt SW- WWWt t W -t t'tt WWWgGOSPEL
Kleinman was westbond on CR-18 release with DOT in St. Johns Coun- David '
east of Graham at 3:10: p.m. when Jacksonville n
his 1984 Buick ran off the edge of the ty.He was released to authorities JAMBOREE
pavement onto the shoulder. The from Putnam County Correctional Sunday Dec. 13Stardust tit ?

Buick continued off the raodway, Institution. Don DEC. 12, 6PM TIL tg
striking several pine trees before $5,000, rt
coming to rest, according to Trooper theMagicIan }
This : Trading Post Restaurant
Kenneth Etheridge. The Buick was Good Police Work will s
totalled, according to Etheridge. Solves TheftTwo from have :o Hwy 301 Waldo t::
Kleinman was extricated by '%
firefighters with Starke Squad Five, arrests have been made in the balloons for Featuring: Country Gospel Singers, The Cavaliers, The tt;
who did an outstanding job, according theft of property from Florida caine. ALL children.In 70'>| Thornton Family, The Kings Kids, The Journeymen, J>|
to Director of Emergency Ser- Surplus Property on US-301 south of and at the 70 S The Mew Spirits. t ,
vices Cliff Chapman. Starke. According to InvestigatorDon pageant.SpeclaTXjSpearance s;; Admission $3. Bring your lawn choirs? $
Denton, the arrests were madeas rttmtm; !mtt; nnmmnl ; ssssssgsgj3tlssggDANIEL
Two ArrestedFor a result of good police work by of
dedicated officers in the sheriff'sdepartment.
Selling CrackIn The Santa Bear. Filled stockingsfor

Union CountyTwo At least five entries had been ty all contestantsFor
made into the property just south of month
men have been arrested and Starke over the past two months. more Information call
charged with selling crack cocaine Over $15,000 of precious metal, Cliff Days:964-8452.964-4002 E.
after an 11-month investigation by brass, cooper and aluminum (including Eves:964-6808.964-4493 HILDEBRANCertified
the Union County Sheriff's Depart- 100 gate values valued at the
ment and the Florida Department of $6,000 and wire aluminum grates) Public
Law Enforcement, said Sheriff were stolen from the property during Accountantis
Jerry Whitehead.Both that time. The
men were being held in the Over the Thanksgiving holiday In- runs.
Union County Jail after their arrests vestigator David Aderholt and by_ 1t _
Monday in the farming community Deputy Doug York staked out the
of Pmchgut. property for 110 hours straight. The The pleased to
"It takes a long time to get on the long hours paid off when two men were WEEK'O' r, announce
inside of these things,
He said law enforcement officials "'," ." the opening of
began their investigationafter
they were tipped about illegal Jo Runs. .f
drug sales at a Pinchgut house.' ; ..., r his office .'
!LoUis"Ulpez, 45t is charged wltfi_,"' '"V ; 'dftJCnBOUMIBKA- > r '
two counts of cocaine le, posses'sion 2LSpeciaCty: 'i/l Shop TOM SMITH
of cocaine with intent to sell and at
possession of a firearm during the The place for everyone on your Christmas list. #7007 '88
commission of a felony.He Many new items in our expanded children Spectrum 2117 N.
was arrested after undercover accessory baskets for that hard to buy for 4/dr .$123. mo. Temple Avenue
officers bought crack cocaine valuedat Beautiful wreaths centerpieces for your
$2,000, said Whitehead. $2000. down2.9% 66 Starke Florida
one just for you. Our Baldwin Brass is perfect mos + 32091
Therris Conney, 28, is chargedwith ,
selling officers cocaine valuedat PLEAS NOTfll Oven Sunday Until tax tag and options/with
$500, according to the sheriff. shopping .nvanlen** Always Free approved credit.
When he was arrested, Lopez was "We appreciate your patronage : : : ;
carrying a loaded .22 caliber pistol,
said Whitehead. Officers also s ((904)) 964-4143
recovered two pistols and three
rifles and seized two cars thought to s
have been used in drug distribution.

Lawtey Man HurtIn

Fri. AccidentA I

27-year-old Lawtey man received ,
minor facial lacerations in a Friday -
accident. Call ", '. '
Marshall Calvin Ross was taken .
by Rescue Dec. 4 to Bradford
Hospital where he was treated and SELECT YOUR SERVICE.
released, according to Paramedics
Cliff and Dan Cuddington.Ross .
Chapman .. ..
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driving a 1983 Mitsubishi, -
was eastbound on CR-100A when a >' Gulf Guff
vehicle pulled out onto CR-100A from .
Steel Mill Road making a left turn in FOREMOST' SUPER DimPLUS ; UPERUTY i

front of Ross, according to Trooper q.fVH" yy'1R D
Calvin Pace. Ross attempted to : /t -

avoid a collision by cutting to the combine to bring :' > a ',' noTt a l. MoTOR
and In-
right running off the roadway a Mata+
to a tree. Damage to the vehicle was LOWER 11 G

$3,000. The 'phantom' vehicle was .. '''
not located in the 6:43: p.m.accident, ' ewaw tusaun ewu"i swr

said Pace. Calvert

One Sampson Car AccidentOn Road Extra Lord Gulf has the motor oil for the way you work.

Sends Two To BII

Two Starke men were transportedto r Regardless of the service for which your engine was designed, the

Bradford Hospital following a one- 12 selection of the right motor oil can keep it working harder longer.

car accident Nov. 29. 1985 8"LTR .n That's why Gulf makes three different commercial motor oils to han
Alan Dale Tenley, driving a
Toyota,was northbound on Sampson die the service levels you need most.
Trestle Road at 12:15 a.m. Tenley Gulf Super Duty Plus is highly recommended for use in

failed Trooper to negotate Donald a curve Dean.,accordingto The car Christian mixed fleets and equipment operating under the most demanding

spun counter-clockwise, overturnedand Gllbey'sVodka conditions. But for gasoline and diesel-powered engines working

was cited came for to careless rest unright.driving.Tenley Bros under all but the most severe requirements. Gulf Super Duty is an

Tenley and passenger Blair [j] Brandy excellent choice. And for gasoline engines in all situations, or diesel

ford Moyers Hospital were by transported Rescue where to Brad-they engines in light to moderate-duty service. Gulflube:: Motor

were treated for lacerations and 749LTR ., Oil XHD offers the right combination. of protection .
released, according to ParamedicsBill and economy.
and Nelson Green. l-' I
O'Neal Gulf motor oils, for all the ways you work. Callus dj i f

Deputy Has Difficulty today. i.

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unrelated arrests '
two .
making "t'} f.;.
last week, both subjects chose to ', j ',.
fight rather than go to jail. <".' ."(.'Pi( .'I .'..'"'":t';.:!' i;}, Register Oil Company
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Phillip Louis Lee,a passenger in a .,".,. 0< .. ". .r I.vt." 308 S. Thompson St.
had an outstan- 964-5888
stopped vehicle,who
Fla. 32091
him for Driving Starke
ding warrant against 301 LIQUORS &
while license suspended and fleeing .' .. .. -.

searched attempting as to well elude as,refusing refused to to get be Starke1 mile North of ,.. .

into the patrol car said York. Aftera OPEN 7 DAYS A SPI.4II.I081News
struggle Lee was searched and
taken to jail Dec. Sand additionally

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Judge,- Overrides Jury RecommendationCircuit I

Judge 0... Fagan tacked Moore from behind, stabbinghim tremely wicked, cruel and heinous Elwell, who recommendated th Ketchup was one sold a. a madlcln
sentenced inmate Doy James Christian 28 times about his body Including as to be sufficient for giving the death penalty said the crime wai.,
to death by electrocution, overriding both eyes, then pushed over death penalty. Unlike the Jurors, "the most heinous, atrocious and L,..vjvi wupagvwwvmfi
a Jury's recommendation of the walkway ledge to the concrete Judge Fagan said he was required to cruel". Judge Fagan agreed with
life imprisonment. floor three flights below. compare the crime to other murdersby Elwell and sentenced Christian to Good Selection to -'
Christian's defense was the killing Inmates that resulted in a death death.
Choose From
Christian was found guilty by a was one of necessity after he had sentence. Christian,who Is serving a 30-year
Bradford County Jury Oct. 37 In the been attacked and taunted by sentence for 1975 charges of robbery NO DOWN PAYMENTC
stabbing death of fellow inmate Moore. Christian had been struck on Assistant Public Defender Glenn aggravated assault aggravated -
Alfred Moore last May. The Jury the head with a bar bell earlier this Weiss used evidence and argumentsthat battery from Palm beach &: C Mini-Storage '
.later voted to sentence Christian to year by Moore. presented Christian as a well- .and Bevard Counties, sat in handcuffs -
life in the recommendation to the adjusted and cooperative Inmate and leg irons in the courtroom HWY 301 South ,
court. "Being one who favors life over who had been taunted and provokedinto Monday. He showed no reaction to 964-8848 Hand-Hous Portable Bulletin] i
Moore was attacked by Christianas death," Judge Fagan said he was the killing by the victim. Apparently the death sentence
he was being escorted to his cell tempted to follow the Jury recommendation his defense made an impression The victim, Moore, was serving a -. .. ---- -. 1
by correction officers with his hands but after careful. on the Jury who voted 7-5 20-year sentence for charges that Included -
cuffed behind his back. deliberation he found the aggravating for life. battery of a police officer
Christian ran up the stairs and! at- circumstances to be so ex- Assistant Statq Attorney Thomas also from Palm Beach County.

FHP Troopers The seminar will stress Inspection II

Continue License, will procedures include for a classroom vehicle safety session and to '.- An offer like this only

Vehicle Inspections improve driver skills, according to See me at
Bradford County Barry Greenberg,Publilc Relations,
Georgia Pacific Corp. in Palatka.
The Florida Highway Patrol will A series of the seminars Is being $ .S TerwillegarMotors
be conducting driver license and
held throughout Florida, with future
vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- sessions to be held in Cross City, I1
ing the week of Dec. 11 through Dec.
Palatka, and in South Florida. Complete -
17 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18, schedules have not been for
SR-16, CR-18. CR.UIR2IB, finalized. p New &\Jsed Vehecles
CR-225, CR-12S, CR-229, CR-231, The seminars are being sponsoredby
CR-227.CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A Georgia Pacific, Tidewater 209 W. Madison St. Starke
in. Bradford County.Recognizing :. Equipment Co., Ring Power Corp.,
the danger presentedto Oliver Insurance Agency, The 964-7200
the public by defective vehicle American Pulpwood Association) ,
equipment Troopers will concen- and the Florida Forestry Associa- Eddie Starling
trate their efforts on vehicles being tion. ,
operated with defects such as bad
brakes, worn tires and defective .-
lighting equipment. In addition, attention WHY PUT UP WITH THOSE OLD ACHES AND @ ; -

will be directed to drivers : ,..,. ,-,' .
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who the license Ian "'
laws of Florida. I rust I DIDN'r '. "
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the equipment and driver ,}, with any purchase we havea
license laws of Florida while insur-
ing the protection of all motorists. special Christmas offer for you. you'llreceive

Union CountyThe six eyeshadows two foundations two lipsticks

be conducting Florida Highway driver license Patrol and will o G MAC McCLFXLAND two blushers, concealing cream makeup applicators

vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- and a small flacon of our exclusive new French par-
ing the week of Dec. 11 through Dec. #1609 '87 Olds Delta
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17 on SR-100, SR-121, SR-231, SR-241, 4/dr. {um, a bright compact.
SR-238, CR-18 CR-237, CR-229, t4 ITONLV Royal Brougham That's nearly a $50 savings off the total retail
CR-123, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR- s HURTS NOW .$287. per month
796A in Union County.Logging 1T'A1 Lir AND THEN. value. This offer is available November 16 through
t $2000. Downl2.9% 66 mo + tax,
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of equipment and vehicles involved Nit !. Ce mb.r *f* Orrk.
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The ultracompactthat

Mrs. Alice CampbellMrs. Palm Coast, Fla., and Emma' Mrs. Emma LauraRichardson 88COIa.. with Rev. Harold Barchert literally speaks for Itself.
Alice D. Campbell. 87, of Burney of Jacksonville; one grand- and Rev. Donald Dunkerley officiating.
Lake Geneva died Wednesday,Dec. daughter, Sheila Crawford; two Burial was in Bayview
2 in Bradford Hospital of Starke grandsons, Terrence and LCRD Mrs. Emma Laura McDonald*. Memorial Park with Harper Morris
following an extended illness Stanley Burney; great-grandson, Richardson, 75, of Glen St. Mary, Memorial Chapel in charge of ar
Born Oct. 5, 1900 in Aynor, S.C., Jeremaine; sister, Mamie White; died at her home Monday after an rangements.In .
Mrs. 'Campbell moved to Lake stepmother, Josephine M. Johnson; apparent heart attack. lieu of flowers, the family requests -
Geneva In 1979 from Greensboro, stepsister Rose Atwell and Step- Born in Olustee, Mrs. Richardson memorials be made to the
N.C. She was a homemaker and at. brother James Anderson; and lived most of her life in Baker County Bus Fund of Mcllwain Presbyterian
tended the Faith Presbyterian several nieces and nephews. She was a homemaker and a Church. +drooo
Church in Melrose. Funeral services will be held member of Dinkins New Congrega ,
Survivors Include her daughter Saturday, Dec. 12 at 1 p.m. at Mt. tional Methodist Church. Mrs. Alta L. GregoryMrs. o
Frances C. Bell of Lake Geneva; Zion AME Church in Lawtey. Inter Survivors include her husband, yp
Alta Louise Gregory, 81, of
son, John D. Campbell of ment wW be in Peetsville
Redding Cemetery Lacy Richardson of Glen St.
Mary; in
Hampton, died Monday, Dec. 7
Conn.; sister, Connie Gibson of in Lawtey, under the direction of three daughters, Joyce Grifffs, Pines Care Center of cop
Centenary, S.C.; three brothers, Haile Funeral Home of Starke. Rachel Lauramore and Redith Harrington Starke Whispering following an extended Illness. % u.Md.N.m
Osby Cartrette of Conway, S.C., all of Glen St. Mary; five Born March 4, 1906 in Worthington
Jacoby Cartrette of Galivants Baby Charles O'Hern
sons, Wilford and Harry Richardsonboth Mrs. Gregory moved to
Ferry, S.C., and James A. Cartretteof Charles Ryan O'Hern, infant son of Glen St. Mary, Vernon of Hampton 33 years ago. She was a
Aynor,S.C.; seven grandchildrenand of James Jonathan and Sandra Lynn Jacksonville Franklin of homemaker and a member of
11 great-grandchildren. O'Hern, died November 29. He was Whitehouse and Earl of Sanderson; Hampton Baptist Church.
Graveside funeral services were born Oct. 13,1987.Survivors 19 grandchildren and 21 great. Survivors include her husband,
held Saturday Dec. 5 at Mt. Hope include his grandchildren.
Florence parents, Judge Gregory of Hampton;
Cemetery in ,S.C.Local arrangements brother James Jonathan O'Hern II, Graveside funeral services will be daughter, Elinor Rose Wright of Ft.
were handled by Jones all of Orlando; paternal grand- held today (Thursday, Dec. 10) at 2 Lauderdale; son, Joseph Gregory of
Funeral Home of Keystone Hts. parents, Mrs. Jean Avinger of p.m. at Mt. Zion Cemetery in Union Gaithersburg, Md.; four grand-

\{Mrs. Marlene PendletonMrs. LaCrosse and Mr. Joseph J. O'Hernof County with Elder Aubrey McCor- children and two great- / **volc cNp.Pr/ cord&d vole*orwwmvoifIt
Lake Butler; maternal grand- mick officiating. Archer Funeral grandchildren.Graveside mdva ===-va--ge.Swtlch-
.Marlene Odom Pendleton,37, parents are Mr.and Mrs. Homer Lit Home of Lake Butler is in charge of funeral services will be
of Fern Park Fla. (formerly from tie of Orlando. arrangements.Mr. held Friday,Dec. 11 at 2 San- .= jJ: t'Ynroa: ,
Melrose),died Wednesday,Dec. 2 in Funeral services were held Dec. 2 ta Fe Cemetery with Rev. J.D. drpoc
Orlando Regional Medical Center at Colonial Guardian Chapel with Hubert WarrenMr. Bowen officiating. Interment will be .MemoMCCld..onebultcntoleallea.-agefcr. .
following an automobile accidentnear Rev. Robert K.Smith officiating. In- Hubert L. (Red) Warren, 79, under the direction of Jones Funeral *In your houMhoUcroHIc.
Orlando. terment was in Woodlawn Memorial of Pensacola, died suddenly on Monday Home of Starke. Compact dmigrv For comwitontuw wh n tight.odV.lMUOgeandtwo.wavIndlcalClIghta. .
Born Feb. 10, 1950 in Gainesville Cemetery of Orlando. Nov. 30. .- ,
Mrs. Pendleton moved to Fern Park A native of Lake Butler, Mr. War- and.......
six months ago from Austin,Tx. She Mrs. Juanita ParkerMrs. ren resided in the Worthington Spr- FA6OO 8995
was a homemaker and Baptist. Juanita Drawdy Parker, 44, ings Area. He was the oldest son of
She served in the U.S. Army from died Monday from an apparent the late Mr. and Mrs. R. Bruce War- THE OFFICE
1975-78, and graduated from St. Ed- heart attack while at home.A ren. He lived in Gainesville and SHOP @
wards University in Austin, Tx., in lifelong resident of Brooker Goldsboro, N.C., before moving to 110 W. CALL ST. An
May, 1987, a business major. Mrs. Parker was a homemaker and Pensacola with his family 39 years STARKE. FL AuthorizedDealer Southwestern Bel
a member, of Brooker He was a member of the Mcll- of Freedom Phone
Survivors include her husband, Baptist ago. The albatross has the greatest wingspread 964.5764
Paul B. Pendleton; parents H.C. Church. waln Memorial PresbyterianChurch. '
of any bird-11 feet from tip let freedom ting.
Marvin and Betty Jo Odom of Survivors include her husband, to tip.
Melrose; three sons, Jess, Travis Jerry D. Parker of Brooker; four Survivors include his wife, EuniceL.
and Joshua Pendleton, all of Fern daughters, Terry McLaughlin of Warren of Pensacola; two
Park; brother, Douglas Odom of Gainesville, Tammy Avinger of daughters, Dorothy E. Lucas of
Melrose; three sisters, Phyllis Worthington Springs, Sandra Lewis Macon, Ga., and Winnie Kay
Alvarez of Salinas, Calif., Brenda and Audrey Stone, both of Brooker; Reinhardt of Jackson, Miss.; two
Webb of Huntsville, Tx., and Tracy six sons,Joey Parker of Miami,Jeff sisters, Blanche Brown of Wor- Merry Christmas
Hill of Citra, Fla.; grandparents, Parker of Trenton, Eddie Barnes, thington Springs and Mamie Jo
Mr. and Mrs. P.L. Bainbridge of Lamar Barnes, Timothy Scott Douglas of Lake Butler; seven From Our Family To Yours
Jacksonville. Parker and Billy Barnes, all of grandchildren and three great
Graveside funeral services were Brooker; five brothers, Bob Greenof grandchildren. ;1
held Saturday, Dec. 5 with T.A. Crystal River Doc Drawdy of Funeral services were held Dec. 2 From until Christmas
Odom officiating. Interment was in Brooker,Jimmy Drawdy of Lawtey, in the Harper Morris Chapel of Pen- There are about 400 different kinds now
Tommy Drawdy of Worthington Spr. of ants In the United States alone.
Keystone Heights Cemetery under Williams is
the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof ings, and Harry Drawdy of Jewelry having a
Keystone Hts. Brooksville; five sisters, Annie I .
Maude Crews of Tallahassee, Arie Student Christmas 30% OFF SALE on all 14 KT.
Mrs. Frances CrawfordMrs. Mae Hersey of Waycross, Ga., SpecialDec.
Jessie Geiger of Hts. Gold Chains earrings & rings
Frances S. Crawford, 78, a Keystone ,
lifelong resident of Lawtey, died Pauline Harris of Starke, and Anita 21st through Jan 3rdCpen
Saturday, Dec. 5 at her home. Bolen of Thaxton, Miss.; and six Select of
Mrs. Crawford was a homemakerand grandchildren. Group
mother and a member of Mt. Graveside funeral services will be .750 per game Noon til Daily atNy L Bracelets 30% LDJ
held ( Dec.
Missionary Zion AME and Church Auxiliary, serving Boards.on the 10:30 today a.m. in Thursday Dedan ,Cemetery 10) at of Free Shoes ) 5 pm )

Survivors Include her husband of Brooker with Rev.Charles Green of- Free Pool ONLY -S Williams
ficiating. Archer Funeral Home of Jewelry
61 years, Linwood Crawford; two
Lake Butler is in
charge of ar
daughters.. Catherine Crawford oft
rangements. STARKE LANES will be closed Dec. 24 & 25 for 446 W. Madison St. Starke Plaz

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I 964-777

to the Bradford County and lake access Lots avollobl. from YOUR BUSINESS t ,
Telegraph office in writing and paid In 2 II, I IA with 2-car for $9000. Zoned "./mobil. home. 3t! WANT TO STOP?
\ advance unless credit{ It already retired coupl. Easy waking distance miles west of Starke on beautiful THAT'S OURS Cecelia_ Terwlllegar_ I

established with this office. to new shopping c.nt.r. 29999. Call Sampson lake ((2000 4- acres) Excellent Alcoholics Anonymous ....NEW LISTINGS.....
THI TELEGRAPH STAFP CANNOT II 9604.5606.30 tfn fishing skiing and boating. .......,50..2000 WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT a lovely 3 BR 2'/i Bo custom built home, LR,
HELD RESPONSIBLE. FOR MISTAKES IN r/4% ASSUMABLE on $21.000! 3 BR, 2 904-964-7759 pd thru 12/31 with fireplace, DR -In kitchen, .xtra large utility room screened
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER ba brick veneer home with fireplace eve-533-2038 CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed Fr..
Owner/broker 8/13tfnchg porch, garage, CH&A thermal windows, ocr. of land brick pump house
THE TELEPHONE. and on S acres Beautiful home estimates Handy-Man Co.
with Rd. 54th
storage, 16W ft Ave., $68.000.
Minimum charge for claulfled ads It Reduced to 59500. United R.alty of Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559 tfn BRICK 3 BR I'/! ba LR kitchen 1004 N.
LAND FOR SALE -dining area carport utility room
15 words for $3.50 th.n 19 cent for Stark. 964-8447. or 4733627. 11/12 TF HANDYMAN! carpentry painting, electrical
each word thereafter. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3 BR, 2 ba CHftA, compl.t. home repair. Thompson St. Beautifully insulated low utility bills, $45,255.
BRICK 4 BR or SIR, 2 ba 1900 s.f.. one acre, 5 old between
wall Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor. approx. yrs.
to wall
carpet big workshop 1 / ACRI with septic, water and light
glassed-in porch 12x21. Phon. RB0049306 Call Mitch. 473-3940. 1/9tfn Stork ft Lawtey. .HOMES....
hook-up ready to move on or build on. *"
CARS TRUCKS. VANS 4732971. 12/103tpd 12/24 12000. Call 964-6305 8-9 p.m., or COMPLETE HOME REPAIR! carpentry BEST NEIGHBORHOODS 365 E. Mimosa Larg., Immaculate, brick home,
964-4480 from 5.9:30: p.m. 12/3TF painting electrical, plumbing, CHSA. nicely landscaped lot 296x148 67000.
194 CUTLASS SUPREME! $3.000 cash. REAL ESTATE 13 ACRES ((4'/i acres cleared, rest In Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor LUXURY SPACIOUSNESS PRIVACY PRICED RIGHT! Keystone, beautiful

964-9812. 2-tone blue' ,.tinted window, good timber 2 BR mobile home u..d RB0049306 Mitch 473-3940. 8/20TFchg Spanish style home, 3450 ..f., 10 acres, sprinkler system, 4 BR, 2V4 ba for
rally wheels. TFce OUT OF AREA DO YOU NEED TO WORK but can'tbecause
as a rental at entrance of mal LR fully kitchen FR brick
property.S.v.ral equipped Ig. fireplace, patio pool telling
174 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL) excellent of high cost of child care? I am
money-making p.con trees fans, 2 car roof zoned 2 $135,0001
$800/782-3906. garage new Agrl. assum. mtgs.,
condition. 12/3 2tpd Christian woman that wants to help.
12/10 OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and around mobile ham. $28,000 You ULTIMATE IN EXECUTIVE LIVING: Stucco ft block beauty with 3400 s.f., 6
Call 9/10 TF
IM NISSAN PICKUPAC, cab storage dry wooded lots. Mobil. home, cabin Finance. Call for app:. 964.6305 days or LAWN SERVICE: Residential A commer- yrs. old on 2'/i! acres In Lawtey area. Spacious...Elegant...Pratigel)
organizer, b.d custom-built box, camping O.K. Hunting and fishing. 964-6493 aft.r 6 p.m. TFo| cjal landscaping tree removal lawns ROOM TO GARDEN: Palm St., 3/2 brick new roof carport new Carrier
clean low down paym.nt and Interest. $5.450 w/$150 dn., $63.71 monthly. LOT call IN CITY 6000. Call 964-5764; after vacuumed No lob too big or small. heat pump large screened porch utility shed extra 'lot
9648601. 12/3TF ((904)) 236-4579 days ((904)) 622-2438 S, 964.5251.3/07 tfn Free ..tlmal... 9644238. illS TF CONSOLIDATED HOME ft OFFICE OR APT 5 Acres, Lawtey area.
with 2 BR house will divide
177 K-' BLAZER 4x4, $3500 obo. .v... 2/12Jfn or CARPENTRY WORK remodeling porches DEERWOOD S/D: brick 3/3 pool $105,000
CLEARWATER'CONDO Into 10 acre or more tracts 964-7771
AM/FM radio. Gumbo monster mudd.r 2 BR, Florida 964.4537,5/1.. or minor plumbing general repairs MENG DAIRY ROAD: 4/2, 2 story 12 acres $ 85,000

tires, recently painted runs real' god room pool clubhouse, 27 holes golf MOBILE HOME LOTS TFchg one ocr. and Call 9646232. 12/3 2tchg 12/10 SAMPSON LAKE: 3/2.1985 DW, fireplace, high lot $ 50.000
964-6376 or 9644152. 12/10 2tchg $46,900. BRADENTON DOUBLEWIDE S.v.ral locations Some with hookups up.. SEWING MACHINES sales and service, EDWARDS LOOP: 3 BR, 2 Ba, I acre, let's go country $ 62.000
12/17 MOBILE HOME: furnished CH&A all with EZ terms. Ralph all makes cleaned, oiled and adjusted ORANGE AND PRATT: 2/1 frame, handyman's dream $ 25.000
174 FORD TORINOt 351 Cleveland 29500. Own.r. 813-799-6801 Realty. 9648878. 9/24 TF $15. All work guaranteed. Corner BROOKER: 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oaks S/D extra lot $ .....000

duals, shocks. $450 obo. Gulf Station 100 813.756.5592.fcan YEAR OLD OAK TREES 87-483 surround this 2Vi LOTS mobile home In city. 2 BR, 2 Morgan Rd. and Hwy. 16 9648733. MENG DAIRY RD.: 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB CH/A..o $ 40,000
1011 N. Temple or 9644833. Itpd 12/10 s.f. ba central gas heat. Stove and refrlg., 12/3TF CROSBY LAKE CANAL: 2 BR, 1 Ba CH/A, frame $ 41,000
2600 home, Including 2 barns 50
113 RANGER with topper, 4 cyl., on TELEPHONE SERVICES Installation and LAWTEY 4 2 ba 2 1 100 old $
acresl Call Florida room carport utility building : BR. story, acre, yrs. 36,000
AM/FM .t/co... 135000. ERA South Realty, of and .
4 with
speed repairs telephones equipment.Prewlre
9048929424. fcan 87.476ANIMALS chain link 12000. 9648392. .....ACREAGE....
ov.rdrlv. $2750. 964-6706. Itchg 12/10 and jack Installation. Sales
12/1021pd 12/17 GREAT LOCATION: Hwy 100W ft Hwy 225, 40 plus Acres S 60,000
1917 SUZUKI SAMURAI: 4 wheel drive, and service, Allen Hutcheson,
RD. 100 EAST: 1.37 acres, wood.d and platted $ 7.000
excellent condition. 20,500 miles, two & PETS 9644924. 12/3 4tchg 12/24
oft DEPENDABLE MOTHER will In 105th AVE., LAWTEY: 2 !oil acres cleared $ 8,000
tops, AM/FM .t.r/ with babysit my
equalizer: AC digital clock good rub FOR SALE home. Hot meals, large play area HAMPTON 438 acres. This property has everything $438,000
ber. $7500 firm. Call 473-2950 after 7 Early Deadline located one block off 301 on Deerfoot LAWTEY: 5 acres, 105th Ave., good Investment $ 15,000
p.m. Itchg 12/10 HORSES FOR SALE) Reasonable, would Next Two Weeks Trail Rd. Full time only. 964-2081. 12/10 RD 100 E:12: acres plus fish pond wide open spaces $ 26,000
172 FORD RANCH WAGON 351 V-8 make nice Xmas gifts for your kids. 4tchg 12/31 FLUME RD.: 9 acres joins Country Club. Condos? Tim.Share? $ 49,000

engine, good condition. $700 obo. Call 533-2312 or 964-7534 or 964-7883 Due to the Christmas and WILL DRIVE 2 people dally shopping 8 SR 16 WEST: approx. 7 acres $ 13,000

964-8804. Itchg 12/10 or 964-8046. 11/19 4tpd 12/10 New Year Holidays, there a.m. to 2 p.m. Jacksonville, 5-11 p.m. OKLAWAHA RIVER: 3 beautiful acres, river frontage $ 15,000
151 CHEVROLET door hardtop. $1000. WE NEED GOOD HOMES) 1 g.ntl. pony; Gainesville, In pickup truck. $25 round LAURA CHURCH RD.. 40 acres, 1970 MH 2 barns, I
9645184.. 2 Bord.r Collies, and 1 Australian wilt be an early deadline for Under 18 have written I
Itpd 12/10 trip. must permission 3 wells, farrowing pen $ 75,000 Call Kris, 9646924. TFmf classified ads both weeb.Advertl.lng from parents. 9644982. Itchg PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.: 20.16 acres, 3 wells,
YARD SALES PONY FOR SALE) Pinto young mare, 1 deadline will b 12/10 2 tanks 2 finance
*> septic poles, owner $ 50,000Or
yr. old. $150. Call 964-5764, a-5:3Op.m.: J. and seal
12/10TFec Monday, Dec. 21 at 5 p.m. for will split each $ 27,000

_ FOUR FAMILIES) Saturday, 9 til. Two LAB MIXED PUPPY! I male, 11 months the De>c. edition, and Monday dirt coating., llmerock Repairs all driveways.7823080.Fill BROWNLEE: 36.43 acres, owner finance, great location $82,332 I
blocks North of Bakery on old with supplies. FREE to good home. Dec. 28 for the Dec. 31dltlon. 12/1021pd 12/17 I
Westmoreland. 10/29 TF Excellent h.alth and SISTER SOPHIE Palm and Card Reader. ZONEDCOMMERCIALil45'xl65', Enterpris.Zonenearhosp. $ 25000. ,I
MOVING SALE) 418 N. Christian. Saturday 964-4926. Itchg 12/10 These Issues will be Advise on all problems of life. Having THOMPSON ST: 11.362 s.f., brick Enterprise Zone, Benefits $ 80.000 I

only 9.2 p.m. Nc early birds. Itpd PEKINESE PUPPIES for sale, call prlntod on Tuesdays and difficulties? She stands ready to help 301 N: 1.5 acres, MH hook-up 2 bldg., 240'on 301, great value $ 37,000
12/10 9647823. 2 males I.ft. Must see, very delivered on Wednesdays.Wo you. 7823080. Itpd 12/10 301 N: by Econo Lodge 165.01 on 301 $120,000 I
FRIDAY ONLY! 9 a.m. til. 1025 W. cut. $75. Itpd 12/10 301 N: approximately 150' x approx. 220' $125.000
Madison St. N.w toys and Xmas gifts, HORSES HORSES! Rac.-br.d your coop.ration. 301 N: Dairy Queen Building lease option? Reduced $ 85,000

remote control toys, robots, 4x4 quarterhorses. broodmares, yearlingsand 301 S: 193' 301 frontage $ 85,000
truck., large and small doll., chlldr.n 2 year olds In training. Game prospects 301 and Washington Street 262.5 x 105' $ 9I.50O

animal lamps, jewelry touch lamps, $1500 and up. Barrel pony $175. R.V.s, CAMPERS 301 S: 135 ft. on 301, approx. acres.possible( .) $150.000
small much Low 9645078. 12/10 2tpd 12/17
large toys, toys, more.
prices. DON'T MISS OUTI) Itpd 1210SATURDAY
Lake Lot 100 ft. $19,800
DEC. 12 9-1 p.m. Three BOATS10.UM BUSINESS
Club Estates 2 lots each $ $ 8,500
Country : on. acre 7,5001
families. 212 Redgrave St., Starke. Itpd OPPORTUNITIES SEEI 1956 Frank 8x25 travel
12/10 Klngsley Lake Village: 2 lots $ .500
trailer. Good condition. $1000 OBO.
SATURDAY ONLY 9-3 p.m. 1015 JET BOAT! 18 ft.. 460 C.I. Ford Call 964-7387 before 12/10 Crosby Lake Lot 2: Make Offer 17.000
Southgate Drive. Clothes, toys, good .ngln. with chrom. "goodies", drlv.on .- SALVAGE YARD and used auto parts. 12/17 p.m. 2tpd Washington ft Cherry St.: 2 lots $ 8,000
trall.r. Extra sharp. Lt. Winding Tree lake Lot 246 Florida Frontier 15,000
stuff and funk Itpd 12/10 Compl.t. Inv.ntory. For lease or pure WINNEBAGO CHIEFTAN 904-782-3673. I
BIG YARD SALE Fri' ft Sat.. 9-3 p.m. TV, blue/metalflake. MUST SELL. REDUCEDTO cha... $275,000. Owner financing. Itpd 12/10 After Hours. I
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electric organ nice toys, clothes, $4,200: --Mak. offer! 7823660. TFjm Apopka Realty REALJOR.30S.889.2115. AnnoT.rwlll.garNolaon 473-7541 i
cheap prices. I mile on Baisent Rd., 12 FT. FIBERGLASS! Larson live, fcon 87482. John langfard Master Appraiser ''''*.2.291
follow signs. Itchg 12/10 front platform with pedestal seat. FREE Randy Cory 475-2597
SATURDAY ONLY! 1805 Raiford Rd. Rainor Clear tltl. 7!% hp SeaBreese Motor 2 Advice on starting, buying managing a I
shine. Itpd 12/10 speed Shakespear trolling motor and small business Is available In Starke on ,
GARAGE SALE, Friday 12/11 and Saturday trall.r. $375. 4311942. 'Itpd 12/10 D.c. 18 from the UNF Small Business STROUT REALTY
14 FT. FIBERGLASS V-bottom boat with
12/12,9-5 p.m. Lots of everything. D.v.lopm.nt Center. For appointments IncorporatedLie.
j mm miimfimifif imi* ** i fI
Christmas trees, you cut. It 12/10 trailer. N.wly rebuilt 18hp Evlnrude call the Bradford County Real Estate Broker
GIANT YARD SALE Dec. 10-11 104 W. with swivel seats and carpet $1000. Economic D.v.lopm.nt Corp. 131 N. Temple Av.U.S.( 301)) I Accelerated IZea/tr
Brownlee St. Rain or shine. Itpd 12/10 Call 964-4380 or 964-6238 after 6 p.m. 9647375. Itpd 12/10 Stark., Fl 32091 C
TWO FAMILIES YARD SALE Saturday.Lots Itchg 12/10 BICYCLE SHOP for sale. Outgrown. New
of chlldr.n and adult clothes, and used parts, lorg. quantity Ap 964.8931 473-3096

suits, toys, record player others. prox 100 bikes In various conditions.All 1396: 20 ac. to develop inside city 964-4544 .
Bayless Hwy. Rd. next to Water Oak or part. Let's d.ol. 9645184.. Itpd limits. 2 BR furnished home Included.
Cr..k. 9646861. Itchg 12/10 12/10 Zoned mobile home pork.
.. .. 1520 s. Walnut St.
1455: 2-story apt. house ((4)), good In

B.II41 rooputr..e& PERSONALS come. Epperson St. l@] (Hwy. 301 S.) m::

Luxurious Contemporary Custom Home. I'uII7 ........1ecI I 1423: Mobil. on 11 ac., pecan grove, 2 ... Starke. FL
in design and price! Ttwrmo pane windows miles to town.
Cathedral Mlllnf I ALONETT Call BRINGING PEOPLE f411: Southern Estate home, 5 acresLawtey Wayne E. Douglas. MSA

I/IiiniQue. Form or Erected SheU :a:1dri: :: ftuibUl' dating TOGETHER service I Starker since 1977.most All respected ages Including REDUCED I Designated Appraiser
1439: Commercial bldgs. 8 10 city lots
FREE presentation call: -FHA6VAAacepleci i senior citizens '
1-80O-648-4401. tfn going business! I/ Homes! Lots Acreage/ ./ WaterfrontS
John E. Curloa United Realty Starke office: 064-8447 home: 473-3627
Farms S CommercialLIVE


Future, Farming & Wooded Areas, with 3BR/2BA Block Home. .

Great Room w/Fireplace, CH/A. Stove A Refrl., Carpet ft. .

Drapes, Lovely Inground Swimming Pool Well A Septic. .

EASIER TO KEEP UP 3BR/3BA Brick Living ft Dining

Rooms Family Room w/Fireplace Ch/A Carpets, Screened .

964-4522 Porch, Swimming Pool Guest House w/Bath, 4 Lou. .

Carpet Stove Refri ft Dishwasher. Nice Lot.

carpet 1416 S/F Large Lot. .

+ OWNER FINANCING 4BR/2BA Frame. CH/A. New carpet has .

I r IBr/lBA Apartment 5 Acres.


f Susan M. Faulkner, GRI, CRB PRESIDENT Doublewide w/Patios & Carport, Well & Septic, 6.92 Acres. .

OUR BEST BUY 3BR/1 112BA Block: Central heat Spacious

Qi l !FYLfJL }(N/l? E91L'1Y 19{C .. Living Room Dining-Kitchen Combo Garage On Nice Lot ..

Near school.REDUCED .
Located Blks S. SR.100 221 W. Lafayette Street
THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL Hwy.301-2 3BR/2BA Block, Spacious living Room Family

LEASE WTTH OPTION TO PURCHASE! Clean 3 BR. IV* bath In Starke. Own.r anx Room CH/A 1,839 S/F. Refri Stove ft Dishwasher Well ft

ious. *LARGE CEDAR ft BRICK HOME 4 BR, 2V4! boo game room posture, planted Septic Front Yard Fenced. 1 Acre.

pines and wooded. MINIMUM UPKEEP 3BR/1BA Norweigian Brick. Dining-
HOMES IN COUNTRY. *RETIRED SETTLEMENT! 4 lots, has water septic and light pole.
Kitchen Combo. Ch/A. Carpet Stove & Refri. 1200 SIP Well
*CB HOME WITH PLUS ACRES on 301 South. Owner financing.
-A LOTTA ROOM FOR THI MONEY red.coratd,1000 s.f. In
story convenient & Septic 1.5 Acres.
will divide.
*GRAHAM AREA 12 acres planted pines, .
tb shopping and hospital. 39000. *MOBILE HOME on nice 1.66 acres, close to Starke. 9.5 ACRES W/RIVER FRONTAGE 2BR/1B' ulbila Home.
CONVENIENT TO TOWN ft SCHOOLS: 3 B., 1 Ba, r.mod.led. 33000. .
Well ft Septic.
OWNER TRANSFERRED Beautiful country estate with privacy In mind. This
custom 2 story log home Includes 3 BR, 2 Ba, 22x40 pool, all on 5.87 acre. REDUC *REDUCED 4 BR, 2 bath chain link fence, paved drive Immaculate. OLD FASHIONED CHARM 4BR/1BA. Large caving & Dining
*POULTRY FARM large beautiful house, 78 acre pasture, fenced and crossf.ncd -
ED.ANXIOUS Rooms Large Porches City Water, Septic Tank, Large Lot
unique pool guest house and MH.
fireplace, on 10 acre In Starke. Under 95000. WE WANT AN OFFER! I 11IN I 13 LOTS surrounding dug fish pond. HANDYMAN SPECIAL Two Story. 3BR/2BA. Living-Dining .

THE BEST AREA on .....nt Rd. 3 BR, 3 ba, separate dining room, double *CALL STREET 3 BR. 2 ba, versatile property zoned B2. Area w/Fireplace City water & Sewage Available.
garage, many amenities, on S acr... 110000. *BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITE overlooking Hampton Lake, has septic and fish .

-01 THI GOLFER Country Club, over I V4 acres, 3/2 all brick, sunken living pond. SELECTED PROPERTIES .
*13 ACRES 100W less than $1400 acre with 1300 ft. frontage on .
room, fireplace, celling to floor window., many extra $79.500. Hwy. per
5 ACRES High" Dry. Well ft Septic.
TWO CONCRETE BLOCK HOMES! side by .Id. CHftA $45.000 each highway. .
FRAMI HOME on North Church St. Immaculate. Only 28600. 10 ACRES Pecan Grove. Barn Well & Septic. Fenced.

WALK TO EVERYTHING 3/1 frame, nice lot. 23500. Commercial* Residential Rentals Available/ 10 ACRES 13th Street NE, Pecan Grove '

INCOME PROPERTY, 2 BR, t Ba. REDUCED to 23000. 10 ACRES South Clay County Residential/Agricultural .

.OUT OP STAXKE* I' 3 ACRES Good Commercial Location. .

-MELROSE BANK REPOi 3/2Vi, over 2200 s.f.. on 1 acre. 1 Call one of our Professionally trained 2.16 & 4.55 ACRES 2 Parcels Zoned for Mobile Home .

? WEEKEND RETREAT! 75 ft. on Hart Lake with 3 BR MH CHftA, 30000. 2 CITY LOTS Northeast Section.
_RIDUCCO$&.oooOR QUICK SAUiRalford area, brick 3/2 65000. staff today at: .
LAKE GENEVA Large Lot 100 ft on the Waterl/

COMMERCIAL 9645069or LAKE LOTS Crosby ft Sampson Owner Financing. ,

.APARTMENT COMPLEX! full occupancy, on US 301 In Stark. REDUCED to LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast section of City.

140000. after hours call: Good Business Location. .
HWY 301 Large
COMM1ROAL CORNER North US 301, home with 30x100 building.
LOCATION LOCATION! New metal warehouse. $52.000.US 210 ft. ON HWY 301 5 Acres Near Earlton Beach. ,

Mt SOUTH at City Limit' approx. 297 road frontage. .REALTOR ASSOCIATES.$ EVENINGS COMM BLDG Approx 15,000 SIP Floor Space. .
from 2 to 6 each. Irene L Faulkner- 964-5142 IB
.US Ml SOUTMi 3 parcel acre IF yon mm O Oil MAI ETATC-.Tnnto> HUATXD
TWO CORNERS of'US 301 South SR IB, over 2200 s.f. on 301 frontage. LUCllto Spry .-- ---964-8420 MAR yon HBXT S1TOP AT ACCCLCJUTU :
.. UHK on Edwards Road. GREAT ,INVESTMENT' I IWI ,
Invite Inquiries On Ou Other Listings Bobby Biggs '964-7331 REALTOR I',

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RENT/LEASE/SALE REAL ESTATE LICENSING only $193. Call FOR SALE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted RENT IN KH mobile }tome. 2BR 1BR COTTAOf with loke privileges,
17554040. North Florida Estate to the Lak. Region Monitor office 1 B..., comer lot, private, 245mo.with H&AC, screened porch furnished or un I
TWO COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS for College. 7/30tfn MOBILE HOMI FOR SALE r.nt to own In writing and paid In advance option to buy. 473-2730. 2tchg furnished. $240/mo. One block from
!1.0... 1000 .q. ft. t 1250 .q.ft. Hwy. SEWERS Women's apparel) sewing face your own mobile horn. Several to unl... credit It already established 12/3-12/10 library. 4737417. tfnchg
301 South 964-8840,473-3627. 10/15 TF tory. Experienced operators needed choose from.Call 468-1323 for Informa- with this office.MONITOR FOR RENT MM clean 2BR, furnished, FOR RENT 2BR, 2BA home In town.
ton LEASE 1,000.q. ft., 301 also mechanic. GVL Fashions, tion. IO/8TF STAFF CANNOT BE HELD CH/A near schools, fenced yard, aft.r Fenced yard. $400 month. 4732702.
to United Realty 964.8848, 964-8447 Gainesville. 335-7366., 10/22 TF NEW USED MOBILE HOMES Call Roy RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 6 p.m. 4755022. Itpd 12/10 Stchg 12/3-12/31
or eves, 4733627. 4/16 tfnchg Well 964-6407 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
MM SQ. PT. ON 2 FLOORS 137 139 E. $14,707 to $66,819 yearly. Now hiring. or 9646408. 8/14 tfnrw THE TELEPHONE. FOR SALEFOR
Call St.Available Dec. IS for leoie with Call JOB LINE 1-518-459-3611 Ext. F3377 24 X 60 DOUBLIWIDI, all Ml up In Olln'e Minimum charge I I. 1 15 word for$3.50 tral H/A, den screened In porch, kitchen
then 15 cent for each word thereafter. furnlthed. Call
option. Call 1.356.6849 or write Clyd. for Info. 24 hr. 11/19' 3tchg 12/10 Subdivision. Ready to move Into. SALE 36" gas stove- $30; VW von opplrance
W. Simpson, 1419 Bank Bldg., EASY WORK Excellent Pay I Assemble. $13,800. Financing avallabl. Call $400; small child1 stereo $25. 475-3158 or 4753280. 4tchg
Jax, Flo.' 32202. 12/3 TF products at home. Call for Information. 964-5606.6/11! tfnchg PERSONAL SERVICES 473.7534 If no antwer keep calling. 11/19.12/10
FOR SALE BY OWNER n.w duplex 2 BR, 504-641-8003 .xt, A9579. 11/19 4tpd 2 DOUBLIWIDI REPO'Si Financing 2tchg 12/3-12/10
1'/I bath, larg. closet, CHSA, built by 12/10 available. Call 1-372-0629 collect. tfn n YAMAHA 12$ three wheeler, like THREE BEDROOM, 2 bath, Crystal Lake
one of Bradford' finest bulld.r CITY OF STARKI POWER PLANT has an 2 USED DOUBLEWIDESi Low payments.Low PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile new 550. 4739056. 2tchg home site, $375/mo. TWO BR, 2 bath.
(Longchamp). Fin. location with city opening for the position of Power Plant down payment. Call 1-272-0650 homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free 1210.1217GAS Hall Lak. $350/mo. TWO BR, 2 bath,
service In Stark. Tax-saving If closed Maintenance Mechanic. Minimum requirements collect tfn estimates. Call Rob 4733590. 3/5 HEATER FOR SMALL HOME wall Hutchenson Lake $375/month. Call
before Dec. 31. $43,800 p.r unit ((2)). or.: graduation from an THRU BEDROOM, 2 bath on 1'/ acre, tfnchg mount, Coleman with thermostat and Tr.vor Water, C.ntury 21, 4734903.
Call 944-7055 anytime. 12/10 2tpd approved high school or GED prior Rd. 16 East, Vi mil.out of city. 16000. LAWN MOWING Trimming, edging.Call flu. $150 or best offer. 473-4625. 12/3 4tchg 1224WANTED
12/17 pow.r plant malnt.nanc., electrical or 964.6305 from 8-5 p.m. or 964-44BO Th. Lawn Barber. 4733590. Fr. Itchg 1210QUARTER I
diesel preferred. Applications from 5.9:30 p.m. 11/12TF Estimates. 3/5 tfnchg HORSE MARt Syr. old 3
HELP WANTED will b. received until 5 p.m. Friday 12x60 MOBILE HOME 1970 model CARPET CLEANING C < B Carpet & saddles, blankets, bridles $600.
December 11, 1987. Apply at the 2700. Call 4731050. 11/19 4tchg Upholstery truck mounted deep 4733098. Itchg 12/10
City of Stark. City Hall, Personnel' Office 12/10 steam extraction. 4737770. Fr. FIREWOOD Cool for your fireplace or
CENTRAL FLA. DAILY NEWSPAPER need 209 N. Thompson, Starke, Fla. WORTH THI DRIVE!I looking for a nice estimates. 11/5.12/31 stove, clean slow burning. Cannel coal
experienced layout artist. Nationally 12/3 Stchg 1210IIICIPTIONISTI mobile home? Come out to Global WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME v.ry good. saves you mon.y by extending your WANTED TO RENT-a mobile ham., 2BR,
known organization, excellent experienced receptionist Hornet In Orange Park, ask for Mary. experienced 473-2317. 2tchg wood tupply. Priced below wholesale for three month starting 1/1/88
benefits, salary and career opportunity. needed for busy law office, Must have 272.0625.12/3 4tchg 12/24 11/26.12/3 Buy In quanltyl 4731280. Itchg 12/10 Keystone Heights. Have small dog. Approximately
S.nd resume to 2O2-P, P.O. Box own transportation. Salary commensurate 1'7J MOBILE HOME 3 BR 2 ba, CH8A, INCREASE YOUR PAYCHECK up to$300a WOO/mo. Call collect -
1899, Inverness, Fl 32650 fcan 87-479 with experience. 964-8272.12/3 $5,000. Call 964-6305 from 8-5 p.m., or week possible. Over 18 years old. HOMES FOR SALEVICTORIAN Connecticut ((203)) 5217845. Senior
R.N.t lull-time position avallabl. Nightshift 2tchg 1210LIG..L 964.8970 alter 6 p.m. and leave word. 4737442. 2tpd 12/3-12/10 Citizen. Have local references. 2tpd
excellent benefits and PTO pro. SECRETARY must have experience 12/3TF ODD JOBS BY RANDY light hauling. 12/10.12/17
gram. Med/Surg experience required. In filing In county, circuit and MOBILE HOME AND LAND loco tar.. Call Itave message. 4731148. Itchg 12/10 Melrose Bay HOME lake access- on one 3BR, ocr.2BA,,
Apply to Personnel, Lake Butler federal courts, word processing and Mary 2720625. 12/3 4tchg 12/24 HOME IMPROVEMENT, repairs, additions 60000. 1-829-2426. 2tchg 12/3.12/10 HELP WANTED
Hospital Hand Surgery C.nt.r, SR 121 & real estate practice and procedure TIRED OF RENTING 3/2 mobile home
100. Lak. Butl.r, Fla. 904-496-2323 helpful. Salary commensurate with ex with land. Cheaper than rent. Call or compl.t. building.Bradford 30 and yearsxperlence FEDERAL, STATE,& CIVIL SERVICE |lobs,
serving Clay
EOE. 12/3 2tchg 12/10 9648272. 12/3 2tchg 12/10 Mary, 2720625. 12/3 4tchg 12/24 Counties. 4734018. 5/28 tfn MOBILE HOMES FOR SALENO $14,877 to $63,148/year Now Hiring)
opening for position of Pow.r Plant MONEY plus cash bonuses, fringe CH&A, 2 BR, 2 Ba, lived In only 6 FLOOR House out SAGGING of level??Door LaRue Dragging? MONEY DOWN If you pay all close F3339A for Info. 24HR 3tpd 12/3-12/17
Op.rator. This position Involves shift benefits to mature Individual In Brad months, extra nice. 9644900. 12/10 Leveling Ing coils. Owner will finance and FULL TIME DAY CARE WORKER NEEDED.
for all
service foundation
work. Minimum requirements or.: ford area. Regardless of experience, 2tpd 12/17 4737721. 7/9 your repairs payments or. negotiable 20 acres able to work with Infant through
graduation from an approved high writ. R.G. Pat., Twos Refinery Corp. 1973 MOBILE HOME 3 BR 2 bo, CH&A, COMPLETE HOME tfnchg REPAIR w/mobile and addition In Keystone.Call school ag. Experience helpful, mutt
school or GED, prior Pow.r Plant or Box 711, Ft. Worth Tx. 76161. Itpd 5000. Call 964.6305 from 8-5 p.m. or painting, electrical plumbing.carpentry anytime 473-2512. 4tchg b. 21 yrs. or older. Apply between 8
electrical experience preferred. Applications 12/10 964.8970 aft.r 6 p.m. and leave word. Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor, 11/19.12/10 a.m. 4 p.m. 4752132. Itchg 12/10
will be received until 5 p.m. PART-TIME DESK CLERKi no phon. calls, 12/3TF RB0049306. Call Mitch 4733940. 8/20 .
Friday, Dec. 11, 1987. Apply at the City apply In person. Experience preferred. ASSUME 3 BR. 2 bath on your lot $159 TFchg MISCELLANEOUSPACK YARD SALESFOR
of Stark. City Hall Personnel Office Best Western Motor Inn, 1290 N. Temple month. 904-351-8514 dealer. 12/10
209 N. Thompson Stark. 12/3 2tchg Ave. 12/3 2tchg 12/10 4tchg 12/31 r- RAT Buy sell and trod. collectible SALE Mahogany Credenza, ch.rryd..k
12/10 WELCOME HOSTESS to promote Brad. HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL 28x68 4/3. Items and antique Used furniture, and bench, Hitchcock dining
FULL TIME/PART TIME PRN POSITIONS Hornet of Merit $279 month. Free and much more.
ford/Clay County area to newcomers. glassware.w.lry/
chairs, upholstered chair, dishes,
available. RN's, LPNs, AccountingClerk Must enjoy meeting peopl., have car delivery. Uncle Roy', 9043518514. REPO Come see for yourself. One mil. east mltc. Friday-Saturday, Dec.mber 11 &
ER cl.rk, dietary aide. Apply topersonnel and knowledge of area. Send name 12/104tchg 12/31 of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. 12, 9 a.m. 3 p.m., Park of the Palm,
Lak. Butl.r Hospital Hand and phone numb.r to Florida Greeting REPOSs easy assumption with little or no 4732183. 3/5 tfnchg 737A Park Drive, Keystone Height
Surgery Center SR 121 & 100 Lake S.rvlc., P.O.Box 6, Eustis, Fl. 32726. $ down. Doublet and tingles, SALE Itchg 12/10
Fla. EOE. 12/3 904-351-8514, 12/10 12/31 '87 Cavalier C-L $9960.
Butler 9044962323. 12/3 2tpd 12/10 agent. 4tchg 3 FAMILY GARAGE SALE 12/12 "87",
2tchg 12/10 AVON REPRESENTATIVE n..d.d full- 21 WIDE shingle, matonlte, fireplaceand Payments $225. mo 730 S. Lawrence. 9:30 to 4, NO EARLY ,
MIDDLE AGE COUPLE to work In mot.l, time or part-time, Unlimited oppor much more. $227/month. 1984' Brigadier '87 Cavalier CS $85SO. BIRDS PLEASE. Itchg 12/10 :
live-In mold work, some yard work. tunities. For more Information call 904-351-8514 Uncle Roy't 12/10 4tchg Payments $195. mo BIO SALE Christmas Item, sheets, antiques
9647184. 12/3 TF Ramona, 782-3068.12/3 4tchg 1224RN' 12/31 Slngl Wlde '87 Cavalier CS $735O. plants, misc. Sunrise Park.
TRUCK DRIVERS Pool. Truck Line needs and LPN'st Full and part-time, permanent Follow Nightingale to takeview St.,
experienced ov.r-th.-road drivers. shift. RN specialist provide Payments $167. mo
VACATION RESORTS OR Saturday, December 12. 9 a.m.4 p.m.
Must be at least 23 with good driving crisis Intervention and clinical supervision 85 Fleetwood '86 Cavalier CS $6996. Itpd 12/10
record and work history. Excellent pay to a psychiatric unit. Requires 3 RENTALS Payments $159. mo
and benefits package. Drivers with yrs. RN experience. Salary rang. Doublawlda '87 Chevy Berretta $1O.65O .M..............BSBt
less than 12 months experience may $829.92-$!,358.58 blw..kly plus shift COTTAGES. Fully furnished. Dally, $242.
apply as a Pool. Driver Train. Apply differential. Graduat. nurses con weekly monthly ratet. Also mobile BOTH HOMES Payments mo FREE Nov. Rentwcoupon i
r In person, Poole Truck Line, 2241 sidered. Contact Merriet Higgins, home park space for r.nt, and homes 87 Olds Delta 88 $12,550
Detroit Blvd., Pensocola Fla. NEFSH, Macclenny Fl. 32063. for '0 .. MT. VIEW RESORT U.S. 64E. Payments $285. mo ;.:: eP
904-477-6481 18002255000. EOE. 904-259-6211 .xt. 114. 12/10 4tchg Highlands Rd., Franklin N.C. ((704)) MUST GO '87 Olds Cutlass Wagon$9980. "If Eligible" =
i fcan 87.481 12/31 524-4605.6/11 tfnchg payments $226. mo.
MEN AND WOMEN for n.w dating ser THIS MONTH '87 Olds Clara Brougham $11.96O a New Apartmentsfrom tB
vice. Call 9645650. Itchg 12/10 $220 per monthS
WHITE FEMALE TO LIVE INi take ov.r WANTED Payments $271. mo ;' Keystone VillageApartments =
\ flIQ'I' duties and care for elderly .. All Bids Considered '87 Olds Toronado $14.950 / _
lardy In Starke. Room, board and small PREFER BUY ACRE AvailableFor $339. -
TO on Hwy 100 Weston LIVE-IN Financing Payments mo ;
Located In K.Yio' Club Estates = I
salary. 1642.4957 after 5 p.m. Itchg outskirts of Stark. Without wat.rhookup Qualified Applicant '87 Olds Ciena $10.488 :4
I l' 12/10 3800. With water hookup up HOUSEKEEPERWontedCompetent Payments $238. mo Call: =
FEMALE BARTENDER Apply In person at to $5,000. 259-2048 or 2597757. 11/26 Call '
86 Buick C $845O.
Law' Tavery 200 W. Madison St.. 5 2tpd 12/3 per Skylark 473-3682 _
p.m. to 1 a.m. Monday thru Saturday. NEED GOOD RELIABLE PERSON to son to live In and take core oi 9647050Ext. Payments $192. mo Sorry. No PatsTrain -
Itchg 12/10 babysit 4 yr. old Sunday thru Thursday, nice home In Starke area. CLEAN USED TRUCKS ..Immmmmt.Mtamtaarmtaar.mpar1.
TRAIL MOTEL RESTAURANT In Lawt.y: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call Charm, 4733512. Duties/ Include housekeepingand 233For 86 F-150 XLT Lariat Completely
Applications or. being taken for 11/262tpd 12/3 loaded-Tax& Tag only down
care of 12 year old son.
housekeepers, laundry workers, 232. per/mo
waiters, waitresses, dishwashers, Please send Inquiries to: P.O. Appointment To See '
C-10 Custom ATVA/C
cooks h.lp.r, line cook. Experience Box J Fla. 32044.
REAL ESTATE Hampton ..
helpful but not necessary. Will train. l 207. per/mo
Must be 18 yrs. of age. Apply In person FOR SALE TC '85 Nissan Sport King Cab 4x4
only. No phon. calls. Wayne Norman, 179. per/mo to oe a r
Manager. Itchg 1210ST..RKE.IR..DFORD '85 F-250 3/4 ton rI
CO. CHAMBER OF 3 BR, 2 full baths, 1344 s.f. on 1'/ acre. STARKE HOUSING CENTERBig 166. per/mo fl I
COMMERCE Is now taking applicationsfor Carpet, fireplace, chain link fence, full mobile homes. '85 Ford Ranger
an Executive Director. Submit .closed-in garag. Appraised at selection of reconditioned repo 118. per/mo
resume with details to Exec. Director $62,000, will sell for$44,000. Financing No home is over $500. down, Including delivery '81 Datsun King Cab Diesel B
P.O. Box <460 Stark., 32091. Deadline available. $3,100 down, $435 month. $2998.
costs and home owners
set-up, all closing trair
Dec. 14. 12/10 3763363. 11/264tchg 12/17 Start locally Ml-time/part-tima,
Insurance. NO HIDDEN CHARGES 86 Chevy C-10 Silverado on live airline computers. Home
PW, PL V-8. AT,AI r $9900.
study and training.
This Weeks Special Payments $230. mo Financial aid available. Job

3Br/2Ba D/W $500 down $198 per month '87 Chevy G-2O Beauvllle$370.$15,960 placement assistance. National
Payments mo
Point R
headquarters, Lighthouse |
CONVENIENCE STORE POSITIONLooking '85 3BR S/W $500 down, $162. per month '85 Chevy S-10 Tahoe $75OO. A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL I
Payments $225. mo

Located 1 mile S. of Starke on US 301 964-4174 ORIAN WELLS Chevy Old 1-800-432-3004 ,,,
HWY. 301 N, Stutke
for a career in an Industry that has 60,000 plus

stores? You'll find them with MAJIC MARKET. One of the 964-7500
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country's largest and fastest growing convenience SK"" David Lawson Paint & Body Shop

chains. We are interviewing for: SALES ASSOCIATES and

ASSISTANT MANAGERS. We offer: highly competitivepay .Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCR F.R.K. Self Storage

up to $3.75 $4.75 per hour depending on experience,
7 mi. South of Starke US 301 -
health/life insurance 229 NW 28th St. 964-6133 on
on the job training, profit sharing, ??

progressive merit increases paid vacations, credit union & i

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES. Some retail experience is 6x12

desirable but'not required. For prompt consideration call us .bFOR SALE Cfl 7x12 iTirit i i i HO)

or reply in person to: Penny Bayes, 605 W. Madison .

Street Starke. Phone: 964-9903 E.O.E. Fill Dirt, Top Soil -\. 10x12 P.O. Box 1209 Stark8

Large or Small Loads of Limerock 12x12 Well lighted 24 Hr. Access

Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer .

PINE FOREST APARTMENTS 964-6182 964-5823 964-6095 DurrancePump&'Supply

.Elgrrty I, 2, 3 Bedroom Apartments U.S. 301 North, 864 N. Temple Ave., Starke a

Starting af.S J 60 per month *Pumps *Plumblng *Well Drilling; -P "

II CH&A Fully Equipped Kitchen "Cable Ready.

1330 W.. Madison St. f ?% Mon,-Fri, 9-5 p.m. 964-7061 tSgS .

Statke, 964-6312 .-...::.f Equal Housing Opportunity


FOR RENT bv the night. week or month KANE CYCLE REPAIR

HERITAGE VILLAS 1rt0 l :g- Cycle U.S,301 Repair. Starke Parts .964-5805 Accessories M Ii

7OO .Bradford Court in Starke :

Available for immediate OccupancyOne ALL 08 ATC Headers 185-200 ATC

and Two Bedroom Apartments HELMET 539.95 cuNo


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.Oil eeereted laundry."rlvete....* OPEN: Tues-Sat
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ONLY $220. Cylinder Boring .$20.
FROM FW prtlJtaRental Face Shields. $2.50
Information available at Walnut Street "':'; Oil Filters. $1.99 ATV & 4 Wheeler
Rental Office or Can: (f O4) I .
office Starke Repairs TuneUpsDeeember
964-62I& MonftlSPM acrolS from post Ancra Tie Downs.$12.00





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Faulkner, Broker-Owner at 964-SM9 or MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low as CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
964-4048 TF $14.99 per month. Call 964-6946. tfh to the Union County Times office
2 3 BEDROOM HOUSli $250 and $350. ALICIA MAY! new hay $25. Delivery OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE In writing and paid In advance
Call 964-5377 after 5:30 p.m. 10/1 TF available' All hay In barn.7 miles Westof Located In Union County Times unless' credit I. already establishedwith
ADULT PARK CUan 2 BR mobile home. Stark. on Rd. 16 Jimmy Gasklns. building. Call for information this office.
Vi mil. from city. Nice neighborhood. 9648356.27 TFchg 496-2261. tfn. THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
I NEWLY DECORATED everything furnish spr.od. 762-3172 Allen Taylor, INSURANCE CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
ed. laundry facilities Included. Video lowt.y. 9/24 TF THE TELEPHONE
. room ovollobU. Will on. child ALICIA KAVi Fresh cut. $25 a roll. All MAIN IS INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E. Classified deadline Is TUESDAY,
no p.'". Palms Apt... 2313 N. T.mpl.Av. hay under barn.7 mll.s from Stark on Main Street Lake Butler, 4963978. NOON prior to Thursday publication. IgN R
... Stark 32091. 10/29 TF Hwy. 16 toward prison. 964-6167 or Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 tfn Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.30, I.
TEN MOBILE HOMES for r.nt: furnishedor 782-3727.6/.tfn then 15 cents for each word thereafter.
unfurnl.h.d. MIMOSA. MANOR FIREWOOD $55 for long wheelbasetruck HELP WANTED
I 964-7498. 11/19 TFchg load with free fat lighter.
I PINE FOREST APARTMENTS Eighty 1. 2, 964-4238. 10/29 TF FOR SALE
S 3 BR starting at CHRISTMAS TREES Choose and cut live CAREER OPPORTUNITY for tewing
S160/mo. CHSA fully qulppd kitchen tree from 2,000 shaped pin and cedar machine operator Offer 2 week paid
cabl' r.ady. 1530 W. MadisonSt. 1.10 E to Hwy 129 exit at Glen St. vacation Insurance plan 3 paid STORAGE HOUSES Need extra storage
., 964-6312 Monday-Friday 9.5 p.m., Mary's. Go 12 miles North on Hwy 123. holidays and profit shoring. Experience space? W* have 3x10 and 10x10 mini n t
Equal Homing Opportunity. 12/3TF Watch for signs. 259-7703. 11/26 4tpd helpful, but not necetiary. W* will warehouses. Hal. and Associates 1r
HOUSE STARKIi 2 BR. 1% bath, stove. 12/17 train. Apply In person Lak. Butler Ap- 4963939. tfnchrg-8/27 C4
rfrlg.rator, corp.t tohopping. CHRISTMAS SUNIEDSt Sunal-Wolff parel. tfn-B/13 QUEEN SIZE BED mattress, headboard a
$25O month d.poilt' r.quir.d Sun bed.. For family or business. fEDERAL. STATE CVIL, SERVICE JOBS box springs, triple dresser, 4963644.
468-1509 after 6 p.m. 12/3 2tpd SlenderQuest Toning Tobies. Super SI4,707 to 66819year. Now Hiring) 12/3 12/10
12/10 Moneymaker. Call for FREE color Coll Job Line 1(318)459.3611( ) ext. REFRIGERATOR STOVE washer and '
UPSTAIRS OFFICE CHS.A at SE corn.r of catalogue and Xmas Specials, F3448 for Information. 24-hr. 12/3 dryer. Coll 4962090. 12/10 2tchg. 19
Call 8 Thompson St. 964-5888. 12/3 1-800-228-6292. fcan 87-480 2tpd. 1210WANTEDI 12/17 : ,
Stchg 12/17 SIGNS 11 lighted blackboard special PHYSICAL THERAPIST AIDE KING SIZE SOFA BED $100 firm. End ;
THREE BEDROOM DOUBLEWIDEi, 1 both $149. Lighted window sign $119. with at least 6 months experience In tables, household Items and toys. 270
on 5 acres, v.ry clan n.w carpt A-fram sidewalk sign $149. Programmable hospital work. Salary $5 per hour plus S.W. 2nd Ave. 496.3021.ltpd. 12/10
hat A air. $250/month plot deposit.' LED sign $399. Flashing arrow benefits. For Information call Cecil at FRUIT PLANTS AT MARTIN'S FRUIT FARM ...... i
Call 7442911. Aft.r .6 p.m. call sign $299. See locally. 1-800-423-0163 RMC 496-2222 ext. 160. 12/3 2tchg. Bare root apples' pears peaches, ---
744-2596. 12/3 2tpd 12/10 anytime, fcan 87-477 12/10 plums, nectarines and figs $2.75. Container \VAlWllOtJSE
FURNISHED APARTMENT thr.. rooms SEVERAL ITEMS Cypress partabl.lacunlhot | EXCELLENT INCOME taking short phone grown apples, pears, peaches,
and bath port of utilities furnlihd. No tub. like new 3 lets| $1,000 was messages at horn. Call for Informa and nectarines $5. Blueberries' $2, : 9 417 Edward rd.
chlldr.n or p.".. 9645970. 12/10.chg $1500 new; Sears Ergometer, exercise tion 1(304)649-7922( ) Ext. 58401. 1 tpd. grapes S3, Japanese persimmons $12.Ft. 11'A1tLIIUUS1 (across Cram radfere' 'Square
12/31 bicycle, like new. 132 miles, $250 new 12/10 Whit 4972621. Closed Sunday. Stark 964-4O7f
THREE BEDROOM 2 bath mobll horn. asking $125; 1984 300ZX silver-gray, RN NEEDED to work 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. 12/104tchg. 12/31 -
Stove and rfrlgrator CH.A, utility loaded $10,900 looks and rides great I Baylor for nursing Horn In Macclenny. ,
.h.d with wash.r/dryr hook-up. Sunl.t tanning bed 1 yr. old commercial Call Marl Brook 1-239-3151 Ext. 223.
S250/month plus $100 security. Rd. 16 or home use, v.ry sale $5500 n.w. WANTED
East '/ mil. out of city limit., towards now asking $2500. Call Alan 9644645. LPN NEEDED for 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and 3 to
Kingiley Lak. Call 964-6305 from 8-3 Itchg 12/10 11 p.m. with release for nursing horn WILL TAKE OVER PAYMENTS on your
p.m. 12/10 TFo| JUST IMAGINE your freshest Christmas In Macclenny. Call Marie Brook., mobile home 2 or 3 bedrooms. Will
THREE BEDROOM, 2 bath doubl.wld.on tre./wreath ever direct to your door 1-239-3131, Ext. 223. consider, small equity 14631356.
fenced acr. lot In city limits. $375.3768059afl.r6p.m.1210"chgI231. UPS from my plantation In the Blue NURSES 3 to 11 p.m. and 11 p.m. to 7 11/264tchg 1217PERSONAL
Ridge Mountains. Free color brochure. a.m. Pay seal $1.800 to $2,000 per PUBLIC AUCTIONSTATE

3 BR CI HOUSE In Stark. Stove, r.frlg.. 1-800-443-TREE. fcan 87-478 month. Contact Kay Dowling at
convenient shopping. No peti. $225 SIGNS I New deluxe flashing arrow signs 1V.239-3I5I, Ext. 213. OF FLORIDA
month deposit required. 468-1509 $259. Non-arrow$239. FACTORY Direct ED FRASER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 159 N.
alter 6 p.m. Itpd 12/10 Warranty. Free letters Delivered 3rd Street Macclenny Fl. 32063. 12/10 Including equipment from Department of Transportation Department of
FOR RENT 01 SALE 2 BR hau... 1 803 NE without obligation for Inspection. Factory 2tchg. 12/17 SERVICESPAINT Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Game and Fresh Water Fish

17th Way Gainesville. R.nt 1-800-233-7566 anytime. SIGNS Commission Department of Agriculture and other State Departments.
$250/month. Sal. price 16000. Call LTD. fcan 87. 75. FOR RENT
9644504. Itpd 12/10 SEVERAL ITEMS Ethan Allen bunk/single' ANY CAR $200 with one gallon of
962 N. TEMPLE n.wly decorated unfurnished beds, Seoly' mattress, oak dresser Dupont enamel Don' Point and Body. PLACE: DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
house, 1 BR, 1 boo large living maple chest. Model 3 computer with OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACI Cason Av*., Raiford. 12/3 2tpd. 12/10 MAINTENANCE YARD
room, refrigerator, stove and heater dual disk drive. Many disks, not a toy. located In Union County Times Buildingat SEPTIC TANK pump out and minor
furnished. 9645193. Itpd 12/10 8 hp rotohol tiller/tractor. 9644718. 150 West Main. Call .496-2261 for repairs. 24hr. service. Coll 4311022. West 7th Street Lake City, Florida
THREE BEDROOM 1 bath 301 South of 12/1031pd 12/24 more Information. tfn and after 4 p.m. call ..96-I 304. Joe For. TIME: 11:00: a.m.. Saturday, Dec. 12, 1987
Lowly off NE 50th Av.. $325 plus 19S9 CHEVY BUS CAMPER $800; 12 CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely furnished sythe, Jr. 12/10 2tchg. 12/17 INSPECTION: Friday Dec. 11, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Follow signs. 1-778-0314. speed Schwinn racer, $400 new, now all electric, central heat and
Auction 9 til auction time
Op.n houie Friday 9-3 p.m. 12/10 only $150. 4962092. Itpd 12/10 air, private paved road laundry and MOBILE HOMES Day: a.m.
2tpd 12/17 park playground. Near schools, hotp., TERMS: Cash Cashiers Check. Personal or Company checks
ALICIA HAY In rolls, horse quality. All FOR SALE
state facilities. PINES SR-121 east Lake
TWO BEDROOM 1 bath, 615 E.
Washington. $250 month. $100 deposit.No under barn. Order hay for winter andleave Butler Call 4962366. Two childrenmax. MUST have current bank letter of credit guaranteeing amountof
under barn until need It.
4733628. 12/10 12/31 my you ., and no pets chg/tfn 3/21 12'. 43 MOBILE HOME Two
4tchg bedroom 1
pets. 7 miles North of Starke 16
on Hwy check. A of$300.00 for each
available station
on wagon
STATE EMPLOYEES need horn cloie to toward Born West side of 1/2 bath central heat and air Mustsee
prison. on
Main Street In Lake Butler next door to
your work? W. hove clean mobll road by split level horn under pecan Aventurelond Video. Call 496-0077. to appreciate. 6000. Call van or light truck must be made at time of sale. For other
homes avallabl. 4681323. 10/8 TF grove. Delivery available. Arthur 4960071. tfn/chg. 3/19

NEW MOBILE HOME 14 ft. wide, central Gasklns, 7823727. 10/22 TF 12'tfn-8/6 x W THREE BEDROOM MOBILE HOME SEVERAL TWO BEDROOM mobile homesfor equipment, a 25% cash deposit is required,balance due by 3p.m.
' and air, furnished. Must see. WHOLESALE TRAMPOLINES LOWEST sale or rent. Also lots for sale. Hole
\ 468.1323.1018 TF ., Ideal for small family large yard. $175 and Associates 4963939. tfnchrg 9/3 December 14 will be forfeited. .
PRICE EVERII I I One month only. 14 ft. ,or deposit
':, i26S MOBILE HOME 3 BR, 2 BO an iacre. galvanized $259.95. Christmas permonttc; 496-8042: :SPRING: "\0/8', | LIKE NEW 194 THREE BEDROOM 2
M..woftT.uiNGTON) """'
! _.,' 964.4238.3250/month. 10/29 TF Layaways. $25 holds'tilthriiPmus'Coirnow. Cleo..aedroom. BATH DOUBLEWIDE. New central A/C. ITEMS TO BE SOLD: Cars (over 50 Highway'Patrol cars,
r OFFICE BUILDING 5 rooms, wall to wallcarpet Jax 17783227. 10/229tpd 12/17 I bath lJou..wllh"o'tle $14.700. financed $12.700 cash. Mac
central air. P.rfect for Doctoror '87 HONDA 200SX four track new$2300. refrigerator.last months $ per In month.advance.1st Coll and Douglas Sr. ""-1307. Hnchg.108There including several Mustangs and one Mercedes), Pickups,
office. For call
Attorneys more Info
$1700 OBO. 964-7913
Jewel or John 964-63O5. TFlmm 6.10p.m.378.0328.11/264tcha now Daytime 12/17 or 496-2995 or 496-2071.12/04tpd. 12/31 Dozers motor graders,skidders Go-Trat,loaders, forklifts,air J

TRAILER IN LAWTEYl no children. PICKUP TRUCK PARTS for sole for full-
782-3344 or 782-3942. 11/19 TFc. size Ford truck. 9648569. 1l/264tchg compressors, tractors, mowers, dump trucks equipment
12/17 r
transporters, equipment trailers, boats outboards Honda
months rent heat, winter rat. Couple I9BS HONDA FOUR WHEELER $750.
only! no pets. 5332366. 12/3 TF Early Deadline
964-4514. 12/3 3tchg 12/17
ATCs. For Call Mike Tom Garner
Information: or
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE living room SEVERAL ITEMS Kerosene heater, Next Two W..ks
dining, kitchen outside city private. 16,500, girls coat size 12. exerciser
$260/month. 9IY.59M1 12/% .,...._ 9646499. 12/102tchg 12/17 Due to the Christmas and
SMALL 2 BR HOUSES carport CHS.A.cloie KITCHEN TABLE with 4 chairs, $50; 19" New Year Holiday, there Is a baseball game
to ,'ar... Prefer quiet working color TV $50. Call 964-4873 after 6 p.m. will b. an early deadline for played In Fairbanks, Alaska
$235 month $100 security June 21 the long
people. Itpd 12/10 ads both week ,every ,
deposit. 964.6680 for more Info. 12/3 SEVERAL ITEMS Senco model MW 7332 I" classified est day of the year. It begins
3tpd 1217KINGSLEY wid. crown air atapler with staples. Advertising deadline will be at midnight and no artificial 1
LAKE 2 BR mobll horn, heat' Good for shooting on shingles and Monday. Dec: 21 at 5 p.m. for lighting I Is ever
yearly couple only no pets. 933-2366. siding $250. Jenn-olr down draft grill the Dec. 24 edition, and Men used.
12/3 TF grldle, and rang. Equipped with plug-
TWO BR TRAILER on nice large lot In in cooking) modulars. Black glass doors day. Dec. 21 for the Dec. 31
Lawtey area. Partially furnished. No with window. All accessories Included edition. These Issues will be
children. 782-3344 or 7823942. 12/10 $400. 964-4380 or 964-6238 after 6 p.m. printed on Tuesday and

FURNISHED 2 BR mobile horn on Grlffls Itchg 12/10 delivered Wednesday I
Loop. GOOD CHRISTMAS GIFT Solex moped on
Deposit no pets. 9648816. Itod
THREE BEDROOM 2 both CH.A, $125. See at Stark. Power Equipment We appreciate your coopera .
S. Walnut St. Itpd 12/10 .
doublewlde In country. 964.6664 after 5 tion. '
p.m. and w.ek.nds. It 12/10 SEVERAL ITEMS Ping-pang table $73: -
slide proector| $50; console TV. stereo,
CO'S CHECK US OUT I Clean rental $60; riding lawn mower $300. Many
homes tailored to your pay schedule. more Items. 964-7604. Itpd 12/10 -4 HIRE ON TOP
Private park, laundry and playground. ELECTRIC CLOTHES DRYER for sale or
PINES SR121 |lust south of SR100 In trod.. 964-7429. Itchg 12/10 YARD SALE
Lake Butler Call 4962366. tfn/chg. 7.000 POUND CAPACITY double-axie 16
ft. trailer. $900 firm. 782-3063 after
6:30: p.m. Itpd 12/10 BABY ITEMS TOYS clothing etc. at clubhouse
COLOR TVi 19" Sanyo.. walnut grain In providence. Saturday Dec.
CommercialBuilding works great looks great. $100. 12, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Itpd. 12/10 HAND.

964-4467. Itchg 12/10 .
CALVES FOR SALE 964-8209 or 961.8230.Also .
16 ft. trailer with romps, $1000 REWARD .
f obo. Call 9648230. 12/10TF
\ in Starke 1981 ODYSSEY Honda wheeler, $500 or .
\I best offer. 964-7823. Itpd 12/10 REWARD $SOO reward offered for Information C7Rl _
1725 sq. ft. SEARS RADIAL 10" arm saw $225; used leading to the arrest and con
r I electrical panel' boxes, disconnects, viction of the persons responsible for Gulf Universal Tractor Fluid
36000.00 breakers, starters 9645184. Itpd disappearance of Fronk Rlgdon's dogs.
12/10 CaU 4963894. tfn/chg. 12/3 does more than one Job.
I 964-8629
PONY FOR SALE Pinto young mar, 1
1 year old $150. Call 964-5764 8-5:30: HOMES Just like you.Lubricating.
; after 6:30 pm p.m. 12/1 OTFec

repair). Delinguent tax property. from a hydraulic pump to I
NOW LEASING Repossessions. Call 18056876000.( ) differential
large places
Ext. GH-1136, for current repo list. a .; _
Park 10/2281pd. 12/10 tough demands on a fluid. ..;r ,.t !lo\U.o... 1I.927U11
Forest Apartments HOUSE FOR SALE Three bedroom 1 1/2 ..
bath block central heat and air Gulf Universal Tractor \1f.r }

I An apartment complex designed for moderatef... t:.:r carpet throughout. In Shaw Subdlvl- Fluid.performs. ... '. :..v.

, Income families. No rental assistance available. .,;("t-\f: +.:'. .." ..' sion.' Call 4962708. 12/3 2tchg.--12/10

, Attractive 1&2 BR/1 B Apts., range, refrigerator I f; l ":.: {, ,'i.:" '" TAKE OVER-PAVMENTSi 3 BR mobile It is a superior fluid for most modern tractors requiring a

carpet, cent heat & air, patio and laundry. Free I:'> : ; home; $178 per month. Credit no problem "common fluid" in the hydraulic, transmission, final drive,

water sewe&& garbage. Rent $185. $220 '<. '. I s:' .: ." 11/26, 4tchg owner 1217ClassIfIed finance. 14631356. wet brake and power steering systems. It combines a long

minimum. For Information/application: j list of exceptional properties to work in hot or cold .

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(904) 496-3439 E.H.O. Ads Come to us for Gulf Universal Tractor (G u 1-1

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LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow help you can use around the farm.

taking application' for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units. These all-f91. .
electric unit are spacious with lot of closet space and all ave I Plantation on SR-100 also lots on SR18

wall-to-wall carpeting draperies and kitchen appliance*...On- near Worthington Springs. Low down Register Oil Company

I Ite laundry facilities. Rental.alll.tance, available for, qualified j payment owner 496-3939 financing tfnchrg 11/12 Hal andAssociates

applicant 308 S. Thompson St.

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SO-FliP Recovers Anthony Leonard Aaron, 29, was was released on her own \.
Stolen ToolsA arrested Dec. 3 for trespass after recognizance.
warning, according to Patrolman 4t
truck load of tools taken from a John Hodges. He was released after Wendell L. Chastain, 37, was arrested .
power line truck belonging to a $100 surety bond was posted Nov.27 for DUI,according to
Eastern Utility Construction Company Aaron was again arrested Dec.4 for Lt. Winston Barber.He was released II I I
was recovered at the scene of petit theft, according to Patrolman after a $362.50 surety bond was
the theft.A Gerald Hayes. Aaron remains in posted. !
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is Loop observed truck Donald Gould Wright, M, was arrested Nov.25 for DWLS,according to Mar-
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loading them into another truck at 8 conveyence, according to Lt. also charged with two warrants
p.m. Nov.30.The sheriff's office was Dempsey. Bond was set at$5,000,he from Alachua County for failure to
contacted and Lt. Glen Moore, who was released on his own appear DWLS. Bond was set at $210 F
was conducting an investigation) in recognizance. and he was released to Alachua o r
Hampton, called FHP for County. Ill. P
assistance. Lt. Winston Barber ar- Anthony Dewayne French,25,was
rived at the scene and found the arrested Dec. 4 for retail theft, according Jeff Andrew Rivers, 22, of Waldo
truck with the stolen tools still there.A to Patrolman W. C. Reno. was arrested Dec. 6 of DWLS and
suspect was seen leaving the Bond was set at $101.25, cash only, possession of controlled substance,
area of the theft on foot. According French remains in custody. according to Deputy York. Bond was
to Lt. Moore a good description was Mark Steven Faulkner,22,was arrested set at $5,000, he was released on his
obtained and arrest is forthcom-
own recognizance.
Ing Dec. 3 for possession of drug
and contribution to
The tools, valued in of paraphernalia
excess Geraldine N. Rondez of Starke
delinquency of a minor,according to
$1,500, were all recovered, said Lt. was arrested Dec. 5 for DUI, accor-
Patrolman Mark Short. Bond was -----
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Recent ArrestsIn Own recognizance. Rondez's blood alcohol content was 13'year-old Michael Newton of Lake Cenev I**UII In erioM condition following this accident In Keystone Height
.18 percent.She was released after a when he wm truck by thl car driven by Walter Koerner alas of Keyitone Height. I
Bradford CountyThe Melissa Ann Payne, 19, was arrested $362.50 cash bond was posted.
Dec. 3 on an Alachua County Newton remain to Baptist Oill..IIClllpitaiIn Jacksonville.No charge were filed In the Incident.
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Bradford County by local deadly weapon, according to In- David Gregory Clay, 25, was arrested I
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Arthur Bruce Norris, 28, was arrested -
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Thomas Lee Franklin, 23, was arrested 'In winter, alligators them-
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was set at $100()( .75, he was released
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xml record header identifier 2008-10-20setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Bradford County telegraph.dc:subject Newspapers. -- Starke (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Bradford County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher L.C. Webb,dc:date December 10, 1987dc:type Newspaperdc:format v.dc:identifier (OCLC)579551 (ALEPH)sn 95047406 (LCCN)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Bradford -- StarkeUnited States of America -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida