Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
December 17, 1987
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Worth fating _, ,,1 City to Allow

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Football Banquet... JJr

The 1987 football banquet honor- Mobile Homes
ing Bradford High gridders is set !
for 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 17, in the
new National Guard armory in

Camp Blanding. I 't:' G d "w 5r: 16' r
Coach Mike Heimerdinger, who OI In Reno Area ;
works with the quarterbacks and I T / "")i9Ir
receivers for the UF Gator football ( ..wII \
team, will be the guest speaker.
by Buster Rahn tional homes, since virtually all lots
A Night Before... BCT Starr Writer have conventional homes built on

A Night Before Christmas. din- The Starke city council set wheelsin them.
theatre featuring a homemadesoup motion to rezone some 225 acres in The Gahagan subdivision lying
ner followed by four Reno by their 4-0 vote to resume west of Old Lawtey Road, boundedby
Christmas supper plays starring the advertising, and set a public hearing Estelle St. on the north, JenkinsSt.
Drama Club of Bradford Middle Tuesday, January 19, to discuss the on the south and Pine St. on the
west, will probably remain RlC for
School is set Dec. 17-20 at the
Woman's Club of Starke. "Until there is a ruling by a judge conventional homes.
Three scheduled the council can go ahead and rezone An area lying East of Old Lawtey
performances : Road, bounded by Estelle St. on the
Thursday and Friday, Dec. 17-18, at (Reno), City Attorney
Brown told the Starke city council north and Larry St. on the south will
6:30 and Sunday Dec. 20, at
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also possibly be exempted from
Dec. 15
during a regularly
p.m.Santa scheduled
council meeting. rezoning. j
to Appear... / i M / Attorney Brown said rezoning the Ms. Turner says proposed lines ,
yi l Reno area without changing the land are not firm, and may be changed by
Santa Claus will be at Mrs. saw 1 use plan is a "close question," but the city council. The council may
Louise Ward's home on the corner since that particular question has also exempt other areas from being
of,Pratt and Orange Streets this 't '!I f .-. YI" i I. :.I! ,IU, _.I. I not been litigated, it is his con- rezoned.
Tuesday, Dec. 22, from 5-8 p.m. sidered opinion that the city has the Rezoning of Reno was not on the I
If'you haven't seen Mrs. Ward's Top Grade Earners at BUS... authority to proceed with its plans. published agenda, but the issue was
annual display of Christmas raised by a resident, Betty Lott. Ms. \
lighting, don't miss it. The Earning straight-A's at Bradford High School for the Micki Becker. In back: Steven Thornton, Brian Assistant Zoning Director Janet Lott told the council that her home
thousands of lights and decorationsare first six-weeks grading period were (I-r): Canova, David Thorpe, Rick Klmutis. Turner, who first advanced the burned some time ago, and she
the one stop you shouldn't miss Below: Carrie Musson, Kim Burch, Jody Brown Not present for photo: Robert Thorpe, Robert Smith theory that changing the land use wants to put a mobile home on her I
each year in Starke.Vacation Yvonne Bobo. plan Isn't necessary said the Reno mother's property, at 704 Ida St.
area is already residential, and the A mobile home was on the lot at one
A'Coming... proposed rezoning to allow mobile time, Ms. Lott told the council, but It
11 Make Straight A's at BHS homes in the Reno section of town later burned.A .
. School will be out Dec. 21 through will not change either the density or double-wide unit will be installed
Jan. 1 for both students and '-' the required lot size. on the now vacant lot, if permit--

teachers for the Christmas Eleven, or .965 percent of the 1,140 and pottery I, math analysis, Sophomores... The city council has been studyingthe ted, Ms. Lott told the council.
holidays. member student body, currently physics I, Honors English 12, Steven M. Thornton, son of Mr. situation in Reno for the past Councilman Charles Schaefer
Teachers return to work Jan. 4 enrolled at Bradford High earned Research I, Computer Graphics, and Mrs. Donald Thornton of Starke. several months, attempting to find moved to re-advertise the revised I
for a planning day. Students returnto and Fench II. area to be rezoned, as required by
straight-A's for the first six-weeks Thornton is enrolled in geometry, relief for residents wishing to place
school Jan. 5, a Tuesday.The grading period which ended Oct 5. Robert A. Smith, son of Mr. and honors biology I, brass band II, ad- mobile homes in the area, in lieu of law, and hold a final public hearingon
school administrative offices Another 80 students, or seven percent Mrs. Robert E. Smith of Hampton. vanced American history, algebra conventional homes, because of the the issue. The motion carried 40.
will be closed Dec. 21-23, open Dec. of the student body, earned allA's Smith is enrolled at BHS in creative II, Spanish II,and honors English 10. cost factor and easier financing ar The proposal has been discussedat
28-29, and closed Dec. 30 throughJan. or B's for a place on the A-B photography. rangements. Except for small council meetings, work shops and

1.Pecan. honor roll. of Mr. and Freshmen... areas, Reno has numerous mobile public hearings, but was put on hold, I
David M. Thorpe, son ,
homes already, some of which were pending a decision concerning the
The 7
straight-A ,
Auction. D. of Starke. D. Canova of Mr. and
Robert Brian son
.. Mrs. Thorpe land
of the
permitted by the city, some grand- necessity changing use
seniors, 2 juniors, one sophomoreand Latin I of
Thorpe is enrolled in math Mrs. David Canova Kingsley
Demand is for second freshman fathered in, and a few whose creden- plan. Attorney Browns's decision
present a one are, by grade-:
analysis, basketball, American Lake. Canova is enrolled in
clears the for the city to
pecan auction set for Jan. 23, tials are questionable.The way pro-
advanced world personal fitness,
government, physical science, ceed.
to rezone some 375 acres
Market Mane Allen says, Seniors... honors English 12, and study brass band I, practical business plan
State history, in Reno has been reduced to approx- Reno citizens have been vocal inexpressing
on Market the Starke US-301 .Farmers-. .-. Jody. L. Brown, son' of Mr.SUlI.'k-and "*"A.Ko'berfW' ...,,'?kUl3.,rhorus: I, honors algebra. I,. 'imatcJy 225 acres, leaving two.ormore o bothprpd con positions !
on of" :
Mrs. Marrvmbrown f :'I'hortfeTson" of MrTandMrs. ana honors English 9". zoned for on the question. -
enclaves conven- .
Weigh-in will be 8 a.m. to noon. Brown is enrolled in math analysis, Robert D. Thorpe of Starke.
Nuts should be in serviceable bags; economics, beginning tennis, Thorpe is enrolled In European A-B Honor Roll... -
plastic garbage bags not allowed. humanities I,honors English 12, and history, math analysis, basketball,
The 80 A-B students are made
The auction begins at 1 Pave Lot
p.m. I,
economics, beginning weight Parking
About 15,000 pounds of nuts were world and of 29 seniors, 21 juniors, 15 ,
sold at the first auction. Seedlings Kim M. Burch, daughter of Mr. ing, advanced 12. history, sophomores and 15 freshmen. They I
brought 35.40 cents pound, Stuarts and Mrs. David Burch of Lawtey honors English are, by grade:
.50-.60 per pound. Miss Burch is enrolled in honors
English 12, American government, Juniors... Seniors... Michael E. Barber, Silcox Demandsby
Early Deadlines... brass band I, woodwind band IV, in- Michelle L. Becker, daughter of Tangela S. Bass, Robert E. Boone,
strumental techniques I, music Mr and Mrs. Leslie Becker of Jason M. Brown, Jennifer L. Brown,
The Telegraph will be published theory I, and jazz ensemble I. Lawtey. Miss Becker is enrolled in Michael D. Elder, John D. Foster, Buster Rahn every meeting that the parking lot I
Tuesday each of the next two Latin I, chemistry I, honors English John Frederick, Todd M. Gillen- BCT Staff WriterCommissioner would be completed before
weeks and placed in the mail Richard D. Kimutis, son of Mr. 11, woodwind band III, waters, Vicky A. Goodowns, SondraK. Vernon Silcox, Street is torn up, so that"people
Wednesday morning because of the and Mrs. Edward Kimutis of Starke. trigonometry, advanced American Green, Allison Ivey, Stephanie C. clearly impatient with the progress would have a place to park. Silcox
Christmas and New Year holidays. Kimutis is enrolled in honors jazz ensemble I. Kopelousos, Sherry K Mack, EsterA. being made by Columbia Paving Co. continued by saying that he receives
Advertising deadline will be 5 English 12, American government, hi.Yvonneand E. Bobo, daughter of Mr. Martin, Deanna L. Miller, Gene on the Downtown Revitalization Project phone calls every night, implying
p.m. Monday, Dec. 21, for the Dec. physics I, humanities I, and Mrs. Lenwood Bobo of Starke. R. Murhpy, Robert G. Norman, told grants administrator Linda that he has been less than truthful in 1
24 edition. Ad deadline will be 5 trigonometry, student leadership Miss Bobo is enrolled in honors Stephanie M. O'Steen, Merle E. Day and chairman of the promising the parking lot will be

p.m. Monday, Dec. 28, for the Dec. development, and study hall. English 11, honors biology I, draw- Packham, Jonathan A. Rowe, Lori downtown progress committee, paved first. of
31 edition. Carrie Lynn Musson, daughter of ing and painting I, chemistry I, ad- John Miller, "I want the parking lot Silcox said, "I may" be a
things, but I don't lie, implying that
will be world
Your vanced trigonometry,
cooperation ap completed
Mr. and Mrs. Gail Musson of Starke. (see Straight-A's..P,2A)
preciated. Miss Musson is enrolled ceramics and peer counseling !. Silcox said "we were promised in (See Pave Parkingp.2A)
The Editor 'I

Child Find... Commisioners Override Zoning Board I No Protest I I

dicap Do Child you? Find know is a one child part with of the a han- Clear Way for Lee and Cates Glass 9 s Of Election I

Florida Diagnostic and Learning listened., to premises, said Ogier. "Ours is a never created a problem for the
Starke commissioners
Resources (FDLRS) that
System business all the work will be school He produced picturesof Scott
lends services to T.L. Ogier, manager of the Orange clean system. Saysby
tional support student education programsin excep- Park Lee and Cates Glass store, say done inside, so school children pass-" the store, showing its neat appearance ItmI II
will have no problem he and lack of clutter.
Bradford his wants to locate a ing by
six area ,
a county : company
said in to a question from "The facility will be an asset to the Rahn
Baker, Flagler, Putnam, St.Johns, business in Starke, then voted 3-1 to response I;' Buster
Board Chairman Walt community, Ogier said.
and Union Counties. override the zoning board's recom- Zoning BCT Staff Writer
One function of Child Find is mendation to deny the request. Westcott. Councilman Charles Schaefer sug- No protest will be made about the
identification of potentially han- Opposition to the request gested a different classification, Dec. 8 Lawtey election, says Mayor
and Commissioner Charles Schaefer developed, not to the type of utilizing a special exception, but Robert Scott.A .
dicapped preschool opposed the motion to override th business involved, but to the industrial Zoning Director Oarrell O'Nealpointed I
the location of children and youth board, saying "It's spot zon residentialarea. out the the exception
of zoning clssification in a special small group of Lawtey people,
between birth and 21 years age ing." would have to go before the board of Interested in the outcome of last I
who may have a handicap conditionand The site selected for the store is on If the change were granted, adjustment) with the possibility of week's election, asked City Attorney
are not receiving services.condi- SR-16W, adjacent to the Handy-Way although this business is not objec- being turned down.Councilman vi Johnny Hobbs to meet with them
Some areas of handicapping convenience store near Starke tionalble,another business might occupy Bobby Biggs, speak- and outline their options for con-
tions may be speech, language, Elementary School, on a 100 by 100 the site in the future that may' ing from his experience as an testing the ballots.
hearing, vision, learning, behavioror sq. foot lot.Outlaw not be compatible with the operator of a fender and body shop,
physical problems. and the close said cut rate glass companies are Wednesday
neighborhood, prox- Attorney Hobbs met
child who the zon-
U know of a may Realty petitioned and
you schools. putting in automobile door glass with Robert Scott,
to Dec. 9
imity night, ,
contact board its regular meeting
be handicapped, ing at "
R1C "There must be some space windshields "on the street, and Willie Strong, Bill Crouse, Laura
FDLRS/Child Find at (904) 3288811in the
Nov. 19 to rezone
and Cates into
available said he welcomed Lee Mrs.
already zoned industrial, Harris, Queen Robinson,
write residential allowing
Putnam County family
single for that type of business," was the town as a reputable firm. Lucille Shuford, Mrs. Kati McComb
FDLRS/Child Find, P.O. Box 159, mobile homes) to 1-1, light In- in the
Lee unanimous feeling of the zoning Biggs said, and Mrs. Zetorah Barber."It .
Bostwick, FL 32007. dustrial, to Glass accommodate Co. store. the board, in voting to deny the request.In land use plan coming up, I don't see
and Cates the council meeting, Ogier how we are hurting anyone by gran- waVan'informational type of

Stadium RR's. The zoning board voted to recom- pointed out that it is unlikely that the ting the application." meeting," said Attorney Hobbs, in
.. mend denial of the application,since lot will ever be used for a residence, Having said that, Biggs moved to which he explained the options
Plans are being made to build additional the requested change would be "too because of its size and proximity to approve the request, and overridethe available to the group, and legal
rest room facilities at the severe," according to zoning board the Handy-Way store. "It will zoning board's reccommendation. grounds for complaints or contestingthe
Bradford High athletic field on the member Claire Capps, and ultimately be used for business, if election.
west side of the All-Sports Club represents spot zoning. not by us, then someone else,"Ogier When the vote was called, Mayor o
stand. Lee & Cates plans to build a 40x60 told the city council. Travis Wood and Councilman ver- Clerk; Robinsonsaid decision I
Contributions, tax deductible, are foot steel building, containing a Ogier told the commissioners that non Silcox agreed with Biggs." were made at the Wednesday
requested from past alumni and show room,sales room, and shop for the Orange Park store is across the Schaefer said, "It's spot zoning, meeting, but Mayor Scott, who was
others interested. Checks should be installing auto glass on the street from a school house, and has and voted to deny the petition. ; deposed in the Tuesday election,told
made to Bradford High School, 581 The Telegraph Tuesday, Dec. 15.of
N. Temple Ave., Starke, FL 32091, thatthe he has accepted the outcome
designating it must be used. for the Some New Street Lights Up DowntownNew election, and that he does not
rest room fund. plan to protest or contest the out-
For additional Info, call Asst. 4,000 feet of conduit have been laidunder come of the ballots as counted.
received and costs were more
Prin. John Reddish at BHS, street lights have been in- new sidewalks, and bases for
. 964-6800. stalled on two blocks of Thompson anticipated.H. have been set, up to, Scott said. "I'll be Dck7r TS
the new lights
Street, and along Call Street from R. Driggers Co. of Lake City is but not including, the Walnut Street dicating that he will offer himself for
Thompson to Walnut Street. making the installations. The con- public office again, at some future
The lights are. being by tract calls for 43 new lights to be intersection. these date.
bout According to H. R. Driggers
funds from the City erected, but only about half will be by the '
will be ready for use Scott;
Upcoming... monies .for the installed now. Sidewalk and curbing lights Mayor was defeated 8944 by
because grant Clerk Neil
end of this week. City New Lights..T. : .
Public meetings scheduled in the Downtown Revitalization project installations have not been completed be decoratedfor : Fire Chief Bill Crouse. Councilman
sufficient to cover fighting for the remainder of the pro- Tucker says they of Willie Strong was beaten M41 by
coming weeks are: were not the Christmas season. About half the new street lights
Zoning Board of Starke: Thursday and landscaping, after bids were ject. have been Installed along Thompson former councilman Marvin Rosier.
Dec. 17, 7 p.m., City Hall. Street and a portion of Call Street In 187 votes or 57 percent of the 317
.radford School Board: Mon- Chamber Taking Applications for AwardsThe __ downtown SUrke this week. The remainder registered voter went to the polls.
Dec. School board .. : will be erected after the cement -
day, 21, 7 p.m. '-' -
f Fe Junior College,. -
,. theYear work the sidewalks and EditorTNoferthU e"uwitii'
Ave. for
meeting room, N.Temple Starke-Bradford County quet set January on (
across from Bradford High School. Awards to be presented this year If you know someone deserving of curb Is finished. Completion date 'three Lawtey commissioners
is accepting -
Bradford Zoning Board: Tues- Chamber of Commerce for now to are: Citizen of the Year, any of these awards, someone who for the Downtown Revitalization sent without the press being notified

"City' pec. 29,7 p.m., in the Starke be considered nominations for awards persons to be Humanitarian, Student of the Yearat of 7s e C of C t'wards..p.w Project Is late January. violates the Florida Sunshine Law.)
School Student
presented at the annual awards ban- Bradford High ,


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Christmas Musical Draws Biff CrowdsA ,.ArMATO" & TRAM.UlI'IGff'jf ItAlc't+1t TE'It/1

musical extravaganza was produced chestra, composed of musicians chilarens groups of the First Baptist '.( l. tPi\ LI A C IE tH1: TOWN. TO.: TAKI A 'L CA 1
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by three local churches and from various segments of the community Church, the Music makers the n>Tnt < : I I
the high school choral groups, and ,notably, the Community Orchestra Young Musicians, and the Junior 1
presented for the public Friday and the High School Band, and High Youth Choir, joined by singers .
Saturday nights, Dec. 1213. church musicians. from Brooker Elementary School.
local Near 200 singers, dancers, actors, :r
Directed by Herb Stuckey, director Dancers were from the -
of music at the First Baptist chapter of the Courtney School of and musicians took part in the '
Church, with assistance from Bill Dance, being conducted at the First musical cantata entitled" "Merry ( 1''u.A '
McRae, Jr., director of music First Prebysterian Church by Courtney Christmas With Love. The audience -
United Methodist Church; Buddy Carter, choreographer for the pro was invited to join in and sing
Ball, director of music, Madison duction. along in an old time Christmas
Street Baptist Church, and Don Hardy The actor coordinator was Con- Carolling session,conducted by Don
vocal director, Bradford High suelo Dodge,and lighting design and Hardy
School, the program was a collaboration engineering by David Dodge. The mixing of old time favorite
between the three church Bill McRae, Jr was master of Christmas Carols with more modern ,
choirs, and the High School Chorus ceremonies and narrator for the Christmas tunes was done by the r.! Iv : '; '21. .M
and High School Vocal Ensemble. event director Herb Stuckey. ry .
Musical accompaniment was provided The "Sing Baby Jesus" Chorus Theme of the "Merry i. *, !
by a Merry Christmas Or was made up of members of the Christmas With I hive J" 1Y''r.
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I Starke Radiator Wins Improvement; Awards...

SUPER Radiator and Transmission three- dy Rowell and wife,Donna. Rowell wants everybody to
The new
In rebuilding transmissions
of Brownlee Street know he now also speclalzes
bay garage building on the corner air-conditioners. In addition to
and overhauls
(SR-16) and US-301 Is the winner of the Bradford Improvement -
Rowell razed the former Conway -
and heaters.
PREMIUM radiators
Award for December given
service station where he started In 1979. and has
Bradford Chamber of Commerce. in the old
steel building.lie also operates
of the C of C a new
Faulkner chairperson
Above Susan
the award to owner Ran bus station.
IAOTOR OIL.If Awards Committee_ presents

you want your engine to last,give it the best I Paved Par Ii in a. ..

protection. Gulfpride Super Premium 10W/40 ( ompageLA) Nt s. Day handed out copies of a letter complished the amount through paid October to the 20,con-bringing -
and 10W/30 motor oils are specially formulated his source of information has been from the Department of Community tractor, to date, $120,625. The total
with ZDP-one of the toughest antiwearul less than accurate. Affairs (DCA) stating that contract amount, as amended, is
Gulfprlde. and Linda Day replied by saying the Starke ranks 5 of 8 applicants for its
Super Prcmlu10WI30 agents availableto protect your engine priority of paving the parking lot phase II request for funds to $417,512.Ms.Day told city council that Contractor
extend its life. facades of downtown
Gulfprlde. first was a verbal upgrade Holiday's final draw
Super Premium10WI40 See your local Gulf dealer today and get rather than a contract item,and Col- buildings. With $2,070,736 available, will be George$5,838 for work done on a
Gulfpride Super Premium motor oils. umbia Paving isn't bound to follow the top four applicants are askingfor house under the Reno housing grant.
failed to show why $2,375,000, leaving Starke un
Because when give the priority. Day Off setting that amount is the sum of
you your Co. shouldn't funded.
Columbia Paving owed to subcontractors and
.'g'h.; best,you'll get honor its verbal committment. Starke scored 708.80 points out of a $6,543 suppliers, for which the grant is
the best from your engine. City Attorney Terence Brown ad- possible 1,000, trailing 4th place liable.
(e)] vised the commissioners to instructits Sebring by some 23 points.
engineer on the project, Ricky S.
in which to Ms. recommended that the city
French,to give notice to the contractor The city has 17 days appeal Day
and sub-
until the park- the decision by DCA. contact suppliers
not to
pave contractors, requesting each to accept -
-- ing lot is Other Grant Items... a pro-rata reduction in their
to follow the
council agreed
REGISTER OIL COMPANY attorney's The advice. The council approved a request for bills, and release the city from the

Open Mon.-Fri. 8 to 3; Sat. 8 to 12 308 S. Thompson St. payment by Columbia Paving Co.,in difference.possibility of liens being filed for the
Phase II Downtown. the amount of $86.751 .: wo.kac.:
Starke 964-5888

IP Oat K.rone Dl...l tub Oils BattorU 11 Earn Straight A's at BUS
(In Stock)Tlr i&Tubes for ATV',Truck.. Autos,Motor Homo..Lawn Mow r. Computerized Fl..t Uland

__ for .u.ln..... I (from page IA) man Kristen L. Pfenniger, Mindy Slater, Alyssa Wessells, Alfred L.
E. Sapp, Richard K.Smith, Kevin D. K. Rother,Holly S. Shields, Demetri Woods, Ronald W. Zurfluh.Freshmen..Chrislina.
Starling Richard L. Taylor, O. Slocum, Jaruwan N. Srivibul,
Rosalyn L. Taylor,Joy E. Vellenga, Tammy J. Tatum, Tina C. Will-
Jennifer S. Woods, Pam D. Zurfluh. ingham.Sophomores..Kendra. B. Bath,
Michael L. Becker, Joel R. Caren,
Juniors..Patricia K. Bath, Joshua S. Crawford, Cheryl A. Grif-
1 Shawna J. Blom,Audfa L. Brantley, L. fis, Michael D. Griffis, David L.
SoME vEKy Chris J. Durban, Julie A. Ferguson, Butler, Chad E. Crafton, James S. Hall, Walter C. Little, Shannon B.
t Kemberly L. Fillyaw, Ahsha J. Duncan,Karen K.Estevez,Kimberly McChesney, Sharea M. Myers,
IL1S Gruen, Christopher L. Holloway, A. Johnson, Jerrold R. Loiacano, Christine L. Nazworth, Damka L.
Tonya M. Klein, Kimberly A. Lee, Angela L. Mitchell, Angela D. Par- Richardson, Danielle T Smith, ,
'I* Dana L. Mac Way.Jeffrey S. Moody, rish, Rebecca L. Poore, Rolland L. Kevin W. Snow, Tushina M. Van-
Wanda M. Mueller, Sandra S. Nor- Shafer, Mark P. Shuford, John O zant.

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a Alachua.. Gains' Control of Vote on. Solid Waste Advisory Committee
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\ by Joe Cissy It was also decided In Novemberthat at any one meeting. Mother provision the notable exception, having Just Interlocal Agreement.. This will be presented to the
BCT Starr WriterA a governing body be establishedby being considered to limit con- opened a new landfill meeting the legislature at their next session In
weighted voting formula that interlocal agreement, board trol by one county, Is to require a 2/3 specifications of DER. An interim board is needed to be the spring. .
t would give Alachua county the bulk members being appointed from,and majority vote to transact business'by Alachua Commissioners Penny established with no financial obligations -
of control In determining policies for by each county. the board.Consent Wheat and Jim Notestein are opposed to the counties at this time,and Why Regional Concept..
I the Northeast Florida Regional Solid The controversy then arose, since to the plans, saying that Alachua no binding agreement. The interim "The advantages of the 13 county
I. Waste Master Plan was adopted at a Alachua County has almost half of Orders... County is being asked to"subsidise" board will determine a site for the regional master plan include the
meeting of the Policy Advisory Committee the population of the region, they Most of the counties except the waste problens of the other counties landfill, study the costs in detail, aspect of liability," said Bradford
(PAC) should have a weighted vote on the Alachua since have the review the economics of the plan,
I Monday night, Dec are operating under consent they already problem and make county's Solid Waste Director Dar-
14LIn Lake_ City board. orders from the Department of under control there. preliminary contact witha rell O'Neal. "Also,the probability of
I) y- Based on a formula that allots Environmental Regulation (DER). A $350,000 study conducted by the bonding agency to investigate the obtaining funds from the State
f t"' The PAC is a committee composed each county one vote, and additional Most consent orders will expire next consulting firm of Camp, Dresser& jmssibmtiles.of funding! the_project:. legislature are good, using the
of one commissioner from each of 13 votes for each 25,000 population, summer. This means that current McKee has found that the costs to By January 1988, a draft of legisla-- regional concept," he says. A disad-
north central Florida counties who Alachua County is given seven landfill operations are not in com Alachua County will remain virtually tion needed by the board should be vantage is the long term committ-
have Joined together to study the votes, Columbia County two votes, pliance with regulations and will the same whether they "go It submitted to the counties for their ment needed to secure the financing,
feasibility of a combined effort to and the remaining 11 counties one have to be closed.: Alachua County is. ,alone" or join the regional group. consideration and endorsement.. he says.
dispose of their solid wastes. vote each. One additional vote will :
About 1,000 tons of waste are be given to the county that is host to --. -
generated dally in the 13 county the regional landfill, making a total
region, with Gainesville and of 21 votes. Assuming the landfill is
Alachua County contributing about placed in Alachua County, the 8 S .
60%. votes then mean that 38% of the 1 ?
In November, it was decided that voting strength is vested In that one
one central landfill was the cheapest county.
solution to the disposal problem, and The measure was passed by a 7-4
that landfill will necessarily be majority, with Bradford and Baker
located near the approximate centerof counties voting against, and Union
the origin of the waste. That location voting for the resolution. Two counties -
will have to be near the Junctionof were absent from the meeting.An .
Alachua, Union and Columbia additional provision is being
Counties, but probably in the nor studied which will assure that no one
thern section of Alachua county. county can have a majority of votes

I I Santa Visits Hampton

by Joe Cissy Street, and broke up back at the city o e o r s
BCT Staff Writer park.
The Christmas parade at Hampton immediately after the parade, .
last Saturday afternoon, Dec. Santa Claus visited the City Hall, .
12,was termed a'great success" by passing out bags of candy, apples >
both Clerk Gordon Wadsworth and and oranges to the kids, and hot dogs
Hampton Mayor Elwood Padgett. and potato chips and refreshmentsto
over 160 people, mostly the young
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Winding from the city park Scotty Davis Cabinet Shop, second l' 11' l' 3 Dinner 9 Value Pack
westward on Pine Street to Ethel place went to the Volunteer Fire Snack Plus Nugget Dinner pc. pc.
Lett's, it turned north to Navarre Department, and third place to 6 Nuggets 1
Ave. (SR-18), travelled west to Regina and Jason Padgett in the Go- :
CR-325, then south on CR-325 to Pine cart. $1.69Get / /1 1 $2. 79 $8.49

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Chamber Searching 2 pieces of the Colonel's Original Recipe' or Extra Original Recipe' Chicken or U
...... Original Recipe" Extra i 6 Kentucky Nuggets, Crispy'" Chicken, mashed Extra Crispy'" Chicken large ;
(from page IA) ed so that the judges may evaluatethe CriSPY' Chicken mashed mashed potato and gravy, potatoes and gravy cole slaw and mashed potatoes large
application. 1 potatoes and gravy and 1 Butter cole slaw and 1 biscuit. Coupon 1 biscuit with this coupon. 1 large salad and 4 buttermilk biscuits ,
should be recognized for outstanding Please mail or take this Informa- milk biscuit with this coupon. not be used with Coupon good only for combination ; with this coupon. Coupon
service to the community or to their tion to Chamber of Commerce office 1 Coupon good only for combina- may Limit white/dark/ orders and may 1 good only for combination white/ ,
school, present all the information on South Walnut Street before Lion white dark orders and may 1 any other special offers. I not be used with any other special : dark orders and may not be used
available to the Chamber of Com- December 31. For more Informa- 1 not be used with any'Other special 4 per coupon. Customer pays offers. Limit 4 per coupon. with any other special offers. ,
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Loss of Habitat Threatens Gopherss f

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week's article about "gophers", the name also making a special effort to pursue gopher I Marion Counties. '(Bradford was then a w ItA
commonly used by"Floridians for the "land tor- violations in an effort to save the species from part of the Alachua Lands of that era.) In ;-
toise", or "Gopherus Polyphemus" (if you wantto possible extinction. In 1981 an estimated 1.3 his famous account of travels In the then _
be highbrow) may have confused some million gophers roamed the Florida sandhills, desolate Florida Interior, Bartram wrote: a t\\
readersespecially those from other states, to but with the present rate of development and the "They (gophers) form great and deep dens ,ti '
the north and west. consequent loss of habitat, that number has been in the sand hills, casting out incredible kJ

For friends above the Mason/Dixon Line, a greatly decreased. quantities of earth (In the process of digg- ((1

gopher our is (according to the dictionary) "any of In contrast to the many fresh-water and sea ing sand with their flippers). I U

s various short-tailed, burrowing mammals, hav- turtles, the gopher tortoise is the only real land- a '
ing fur-lined external cheek pouches", and is turtle existing on the North American continent.It Bartram was right about the so-called
: commonly known m those parts as the "pocket is confined to a narrow strip of the Sunshine gopher holes. These half-moon shaped tunnels '
gopher' or "ground squirrel". The "gopher Belt running across the southern states from range up to 30 feet in length, and are "
shown in the dii' looks more like an oversize western Louisiana to Florida and as far north as as deep as 10 feet below the surface. Thus t
: mouse, and would definitely not qualify as South Carolina. the gopher maintains a constant

an ingredient for that delectable dish known as Gophers were always popular with the Minor- temperature, free from extremes of hot
gopher stew. can descendants living in St. Augustine, as well and cold, and enjoys a moist atmosphere,
The dictionary somewhat reluctantly admits, as the "cracker" population in general, but in re- even in periods of prolonged drought. He is
free from the threat of most
as an afterthought, that the term may also applyto cent years a new threat to gopherhood has arrived .
the population In the Miami predatorsexcept man. The climate- ::4:
"any of several burrowing tortoises of with growing Cuban y
controlled tunnel also houses the
southeastern United States." There is no men- area, where the popularity and scarcity of
gopher meat has caused the price to soar to bet- "sandhill community" in which the gopher '
tion of stew. '
ween $10 and $15 a head, making poaching a profitable shares his housing with an odd assortmentof '
For such a humble critter, the Florida sandhill pastime. God's creatures, including the federally- : 4: 'i:
gopher seems to have captured the imagination, threatened eastern Indigo snake, the state-
inspiration, and a good bit of sympathy from Historical Background listed Florida mouse, the pine snake, and ,
nature-loving journalists and magazine writers. the tiny gopher frog,which naturalists say
Environmentalists! also have taken the lowly Although gophers are undoubtedly the "uglyduckling' cannot exist in any other environment than ilAs 'f.ti .Uf %, R;.
gopher under their wingit is now listed as a of the tortoise world, they were the cool, moist gopher hole.
mentioned William Bartram, the
"species of speu'il concern", with legal hunting favorably by .f ,
limited to a three.month period from October 1 to intrepid naturalist, who probed the Florida land- Featured at FestivalBack .
January 1, and a ban limit of two per person. scape from sandhills to swamps in the 1700s and
Florida Game Commission wildlife officers are reported seeing gophers in what is now Alachua- in the 1970s, when tell-tale mounds

marking gopher holes were more plentiful ,
than today, the ladies of St. Ambrose's

Catholic Church in the tiny town of Elkton .... -
: etriTcmiALsNo southwest of St. Augustine, featured I'&W'H -
gopher stew at their annual parish fair
each spring. But by 1973, gophers had The Work of PoachersDr.
become so scarce (due to the Minorcan Walter Auffenberg (at left) of tfeorida State Museum staff, and

__ '::'__: Ambrose had to import their gophers from poachers now selling gopher meat for high prices In the Florida panhandle -
South Georgia.The and the Miami area.

to FinanceCounty's following recipe was sent to The GOPHER STEW Add tomatoes and fry to a thick paste.
Easy Way Telegraph years ago by Anita Pacetti 2 medium size: or 1 large gopher, cut into In separate pot, brown gopher (except
Byrd who was in charge of food for the fair about 12 pieces. liver and tripe). After browning, add
Landfill Problem for many years. In sending the prized 2 cans tomatoes (303 size) water and simmer gopher until tender.
recipe, Mrs. Byrd said: "I hope you will 2 medium onions, 1 cup diced potatoes Combine all ingredients and enough waterto
try some of our gopher stew. It is delicious, 1/4 Ib. white bacon cover, and boil until done.
and very good eaten over rice, or plain Thyme, salt, pepper to taste "This is the old Minorcan way of cookingit
Although last! week's expected mass 1. Enact an additional one cent sales with saltines. It has a unique flavor that is 2 datil! peppers (optional-very hot) ," Mrs. Byrd says.
march on the courthouse by objectorsto tantalizing.: Gophers are now
referendum counties are very very
tax by as Cut white bacon in small pieces and fry.
the new lancihl! assessment did not allowed to do. scarce this" section, so we don't get one Chop onions and fry in bacon drippings. Now all you need is the gopher I

fully materialize, tnere were sufficient very

legitimate complaints to keep an ad- tax also
2. Levy a 10 percent utility ,
justment committee busy for several a referendum, as well as
requiring Notebook
weeks. adopting a charter government for the County Agent's By Bobby Taylo"aren't ,-

The fees, recently enacted by the county.
out of the bottom of the
growing pot. eventual planting site. Your nurseryman
County Commission, are earmarkedfor Gift Plants
Buying other considerations involve
Some should be able to help you in making such
current !landfill operation and 3. Continue the present special Christmas be where a gift plant will eventually be decisions.If .
shopping can quite a
reserve funds lor closure of this site by assessment with changes in the fee challenge- brain, as well as grown. If the plant is to be kept indoors,
your your
1990. They range from the minimum of structure.The budget. In addition to the consideration of you should determine whether it requires you follow these basic guidelines for
If to be selecting gift plants, living Christmas
special lighting the plant is grown your
$75 for residences including mobile cost, there's always that old question of
outdoors, you must determine whether it's presents should provide many years of en-
Commission rejected the sales what to For some of those on
give. your
homes, to $150 for commercial users, adaptable to the climatic conditions of its joyment.
because list, plants might offer a nice solution. A
tax this they
on a sliding scale up to a maximum of option year
healthy, vigorous plant usually is a
it would raise only an
welcome addition for either home or land- .a -
$600.Most of the 150 complaints that were estimated $500,000, insufficient for scape. But, before you rush to your IB Letters to the Editor
landfill needs. They have recently favorite nursery. you should consider whatto J
registered related to double
in writing received information, however, that look for, and what to avoid in plant .
assessments that were mistakenly
and selection.
this amount was underestimated,
placed on detached buildings on the in Whether you're shopping for a gift plant .
cent tax should bring as
same lot with a residence Actually the one for a friend, or for an addition to your own Reader Says: Lawtey's-Lost It's Lure

these structures were unoccupied andwere much as $800,000. collection, you should choose your pur-
chase carefully Plants come in a wide Letter to the Editor
used for purposes other than .It. is estimated that the 10 percent?. range of, grades, conditions, and standards '. : together. we will have a "Home Sweet
\ii i residential. A. few complaints were ,:. utilitytax would yield an estimated and its, sometimes hard to tell Up to now, "Lawtey, Bradford County" Home" to present to our children and
received that 'commercial'users '- r,4rrt:which were the sweetest words I knew. It meant grandchildren.May .
some large $609,000, while the special assessmentis : ones have the best chance for sur-
were not paying their fair share now estimated at 700000. ".j, --Vlval. Usually, better plants'will cost you .. home, a place and people I loved more God help us all!
more money. But, this isn't a hard and fast than any other place or people in the
due to the $500:> limit.
maximum They Confronted with this choice, voters rule. When nurseries have sales, they offer world. (I have always bragged that people Merry Christmas,
should pay more based on the number might be more favorably disposed top quality plants at bargain prices. The haven't really been anyplace until they Jearlean Johnson

of cubic yards garbage disposed of toward the one cent sales tax, which important thing is to be able to tell what have been to Lawtey.. ) But now my vision Box 113,Lawtey

weekly, it was argued. Due to com- can be spread out over the year, and quality is. of "Home Sweet Home" is crumbling. My Margaret Richie
plications involved, the scale not If you visit a nursery which tags plants vision is being altered by an ugly stranger
may not require a lump sum payment.The according to the standards of the Florida (some call him "Crack "Coke", "Pot", Can No Longer
be changed this year, but may be revised ,Division of Plant Industry, you'll have a etc.) who has invaded our midst and is Provide Animal CareIt
in the new budget year to allow sales tax would also have slowly taking control.
much easier time deciding on quality A is with a heavy heart that I am an-
higher fees for larger users. several advantages to the county over "Florida Fancy" is an extremely healthy, I've always been proud of the way we, as nouncing that I will no longer be able to
the special assessment route. All of the vigorous plantwell shaped, with good a community, loved helped and cared take In stray and unwanted animals in
As for the future, the county has bookwork and other red tape would be strong branches and dense foliage. A about each other But now, the stranger is Bradford County. As you know, for many

three options for raising funds for the handled in Tallahassee, and the county "Florida Number One" is a healthy, always lurking near, ready to pounce on years I have taken in animals (as Mr.
of the landfill and vigorous plant with a good shape and a the weak among us. It is destroying Gissy referred to me in a recent article, "a
operation present would not have to deal with inspec- good supply of leaves. All other plants are families, destroying homes, destroying guardian of animals"). I can no longer bea
paying the county s share of a regional tions, liens on property, hardshipcases labeled'Number Three." friendships, and wiping out the futures of "guardian of animals". The refuge I
landfill in tne future. These optionsare and fairness inequities. While! these are the cheapest plants, they many of our young minds have offered for so long will no longer be
: also have the poorest chance of survival. If available.
nursery doesn't classify plants this If I could only wake up and realize: that
your if this were only a bad dream, I would be the Because of rising costs of 'animal food
way, or you buy gift plants from a super-
market, discount store, or similar outlet, happiest person in the world. But I'm not and other animal supplies, I cannot con-
asleep. I feel the pain of a home I love so tinue to take the animals in. The Humane
you'll need to be able to identify vigorous,
'Weighted Vote Gives Alachua healthy plants on your own. much being destroyed by greed, Society has helped in the past, but their
Look for compact, rather than spindly selfishness, and ignorance. I feel the painof funds are limited. People do not realize:
plants. An abundance of foliage is usuallya realizing: that people whom I love are that when the Society is called about an
Control of Regional LandfillAlachua good sign.. A spindly plant without a good helping to destroy the lives of other people animal and it is taken in, there Is a lot of
supply of leaves may be the victim of that I love. I hurt with the thought that my expense involved.I .

various leaf spot diseases or insect problems home will become just another cold, indifferent would like to thank That Telegraph for

County has been given a Such a plan appears to have many ad- which have caused leaves to fall.! trust and town care where about people one another.can't afford to the coverage it has givers the Humane
Make sure the leaves have a good, uniform Society and I hope they will continue to
chief of which would be in-
weighted vote among the 13 North Cen- vantages, color. Check tips of leaves for brown or I don't have many answers, but I know support the Society in its mission. Until a
tral Florida counties comprising a dependence from the two dominant yellow discoloration. Inspect the trunk and that I'm not ready to surrender my hometo shelter is available in the area, there will
possible coalition for establishing and counties in the 13-county area Alachua branches to see that they are well formed the destructiveness of illegal drugs. I'm be no place for the unwanted and homeless

operating a regional landfill in this and Columbia. The plan, incorporatingthe without cracks, peels or scars. not ready to desert a home which has given animals to be taken in. '
area. prisons, would assure major finan- Carefully examine each plant for anysigns me so much peace and happiness. I know
of insects disease Some that separately the Margaret Richie
or problems. ugly stranger can beatus.
Under the adopted plan of awarding cial assistance from the State, and things to look for are speckling on the But I have faith that if we bond Box 851,Starke

each county one vote for every 25,000 would also offer big savings in the leaves,which indicates spider mite injury;

population, Alachua would have seven distances for hauling garbage to the curled or distorted leaves, caused by aphid
injury; and small bumps on stems and
votes and Columbia two the other landfill. All three participating coun-
; 12
undersides of leaves, from
ties Baker Bradford and Union would resulting a
counties would have one each. If scale attack. Common disease problems
Alachua is selected as the regional land- have practically the same hauling often show up in yellow or brown leaves,
fill site, it would be given another vote distance as they have now with their rotting stems, and brown roots. Check the Don't Be A Scrooge

for a total of eight, which would be 38 present landfills. It would also have the soil to make sure it has good color, and

percent of the total. With Columbia and advantage of updating the prison hasn't been too heavily compacted. Pick
each plant up and make sure that roots
one other county, Alachua would have a facilities of garbage disposal which do

majority of 12 votes to 11 for the not come up to State regulations now.

minorities. Combined with some recycling of the Askew PlanningRace

Following this scenario, Alachua and tons of materials that are now being

two allies would have bonding authority buried, but could be put to some useful for Chiles'

obligating all 13 counties financially purpose, such a landfill on state property 9

for 20 years. could go far in solving the waste CUT OUT AND RETURN TO:

For this and other reasons, it appears disposal problems of Bradford, Baker Senate SeatFormer P. O. Box 509, Starke, Fla.
and Union Counties. It should reduce
that three small counties (Bradford
considerably the amount that each of two-term Governor Reuben You the
Union and Baker--comprising a com- can help handicapped of Brad-
pact area) would be more independent these three counties would be paying fora Askew will run for the U.S. Senate seat ford County to a new and more productive
larger regional landfill, and would in- now occupied by Sen. Lawton Chiles who
and life by the
better served to have their own contributing to Bradford/ARC- ,
announced last week that he would retireat
control the .
their over operation.In
mini-regional landfill, ill cooperationwith crease the end of his present term. A brief Sunshine Industries Building/ Fund to raise

the DOC (Department of Correc- a layman's view, the Bradford- statement released Monday by an Askew money to complete a new workshop In

tions), which operates eight prison units Baker-Union-DOC operation makes spokesman said he would be a candidate to Enterprise Park.

in this three-county area. sense. Now let's hear from the experts. succeed Chiles and would make a formal Just send your donation or pledge to the
soon. above address or call 964-7699 to learn how

Askew's announcement may affect the you can help In this effort.
decision of several prominent Floridians

CRID,4 coil who have been considering running for the ...........................................................
18/J Chiles' seat. Among these are Rep. Ken-
QLiliij neth (Buddy) MacKay of Ocala, and I have enclosed a donation or pledge for the completion of Sunshine In-
I (I, scnv[ y p4 former State Rep. and unsuccessful gubernatorial dustries Outer for the handicapped In the amount of f or
MMflf ttp candidate Steve Pac IC of pledge to be paid on a weekly-l\1onthly-yearly-basis. (check
pti Jacksonville. Congressman Dan Mica of one)

BOB G FERGUSON.. JOHN M.MILLER West Palm Beach said he would run for the
Tj'QN Senate regardless of Askew's candidacy.: Name
Askew served as governor from 1971
Published macrt Thursday and .nt.r.d at Second Class Moll r at lh. Pool Of through 1978 and was succeeded by former Address
Stark., Fla., und.r
Act of
March 3. 1879 Subscription ral. In trad area: $10 p.r; $5.50 six month. Gov. Bob Graham, who was elected to the "
Oul ld. trad Of.o. $I' p.r year; $6 she! month U.S. Senate last year. At present, Askew Is Phone Number ;
Phon 964 630 P.O. Drawer A Stark, Fla. practicing law in Orlando. .
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Mrs. Mona Canova Honored At Christmas Tea

Guests were greeted by President, the refreshment Mrs. :
*. tables. John rounded by Christmas greens was on
.naf Mrs. Herbert Thomas and 1st Vice Griffin, immediate Past President the tea service table.A .
President Mrs. Medford Connelly at was In charge of the tea service. large traditional decorated
the Woman's Club Christmas Tea. The mantel over the fireplace had green Christmas tree was at one end
This event was held at the clubhouseon an arrangement of burning red of the room with wrapped presents
? Wednesday Dec. a honoring Mrs. votive candles flanked by Christmas under it. An arrangement of white
Mona Canova for many years of greens and a ceramic Christmastree and red poinsettias centered the
lovely music performed for the club lit up the side table. The front of the stage while potted
and also her contributions to other refreshment tables had white linen poinsettia plants .were grouped at
club projects. cloths embroidered with Christmas each end. A similar red and white
Mrs. J.D. Warren stood with Mrs. motif, a ceramic Christmas tree poinsettia arrangement was on the
.A Canova to receive guests. Mrs. centerpiece on one and an Advent piano. Background Christmas music
{ p&'l' t+ James! Blackshear invited.guests to wreath with i four red candles sur- enhanced the holiday spirit.! !

r Mrs. J.D. Warren Social Chairman

t Sh/prnon-Kasfrosky was in charge of the tea,
cy ? Engagement Told assisted by her committee Mrs.
Freda Judd Mrs. Leola Christy: ,
Wayne and Elizabeth Shipman Mrs. Elizabeth Seymour, Mrs.
(formerly of Starke), now of Frances McLendon, Mrs. Muriel
Honolulu announce the engagementand Wilson Miss Delia Rosenberg.. Mrs.
approaching marriage of their Jacque Grider, Mrs. Jan Powell,
daughter, Rhonda Sue Shipman of Mrs. Ted Johns. Mrs. Hazel Hardy,
St. Petersburg to Kwinn Edward Mrs. Eunice Searing, Mrs. Beverly
Kastrosky. also of St. Petersburg, Wllllams-Ollve Blackshear, Mrs. Mildred Frick,
son of E. James and Beverley Told Mrs. Louise St. John, Mrs. Evelyn
Kastrosky of Lake Mills, Wisconsin. Griffin, Mrs. Linda Sheffield and
The wedding will be an event of Mrs. Annette Williams and Ray Mrs. Saundra Green.Planning .
January 1, 1988 in Ft. Lauderdale.The mond Williams both of Lawtey, announce
bride-elect is currently the engagement of their
employed at the Veterans Administration daughter, Andrea Denise, to
,w Medical Center in St. Christopher David Olive, son of Mrs. your Special Day 7
.af11 Iti Petersburg as Asst. Chief of Pro- Irma 0 Neal of Raiford and the late
sthetics Service. The groom-to-be is Lloyd Lee Olive.
currently employed as a represen- The bride-elect is a 1986 graduate
More than to
I a Kidnap... Brian Barton In The Ramson of Emily|( Jane.. Ma tative of Vision Cable in St.. of Bradford High School and attended 7Smart
Twelve-year-old Emily Jane played by Natalie Cox Grlgga. another kidnapper played by Lisa Rogers, Petersburg.Did Santa Fe Community College.
reverses the situation on her kidnapper played by fails to control Emily Jane. She is presently employed by
Whispering Pines Care Center in

You Know... Starke.

I Santa Fe Players 'Play' For Final ExamFour Dogwood Tree Sole/ graduate The bridegroom-elect of Denbigh High is School a 1984 in

Saturday. Dec. 19, B a.m. Newport City, Va. He is currently
Woman's Club Building employed by Winn Dixie of Starke. I

one-act plays were staged by Stephanie King and Amy Jo Clark. Tom Watson. Her governess was 5 frees for S r.oo ned.A February wedding is being plan-
the Santa Fe Shoestring Players in The director was Carol Barnauskas. played by Zita Shuford.
the class of Dr. April O'Connell at Stage manager was Keith Gill- "Mark Twain in the Garden of
the SFCfc Starke Center. in ham. Eden" gives Twain's version of our
fl_was the final exam for the Play 'The Ransom of Emily Jane," a beginnings, with little reliance on
Productions Class taught by Dr. play in which the tables are turnedon the facts. Mark Twain was played by Brides always choose our famousInvitations
O' onnell. two inept kidnappers. Natilie D.J. Riddick, Adam was played by
The first play presented was "A Cox, playing the 12-year-old kidnap- Chris Dougherty, Eve was played by {Ma'dt&i
Memo from Jupiter about Cupid's ped poor-little-rich girl, stole the Julie Ferguson. Supporting "W !
possible resignation as a god performance. The kidnappers were characters were Stacy Reddish as
because he was being replaced by played by Brian Barton and Lisa the serpent, Angela Epps and Donna
bars and dating services. Rogers. Two gossipers were playedby Thornton as the bird watchers who \ \
Characters in the play were the god- Sondra Green and Gloria Allen. kept wandering through the garden
dess Minerva, played by Shilynn Emily Jane's father was played by asking directions from an irritated
Chaff; the god Mars played by Mark Twain. Cameo performanceswere Built for a lifetimeof 4
Douglas Samons; the goddess by Jean Rogers, Lisa Rogers,
Venus, played by Allison Denmark; Santo Claus Visits Dr. April O'Connell, Allison Den- hard work
the head god Jupiter, played by mark and Angela Epps also appeared .
Library Dec. 21 26.2cc 2-cycle engine
Jason Bennett, and god Cupid, as a .
played by Gordon Ivey. Cameo per- On Monday, Dec. 21, all good boys Centrifugal clutch with needle bearings Onr 500...,...of Misleading Hellor.. ..<4*aad
formances were by Dr. April O'Con- and girls are invited to the Andy Johns Has Cushioned handle for added 1':....... WnJdlug I..It.uo.a,A..ou..._....
nell, Kristin Alday, and Todd Christmas Program at the Library. Birthday CelebrationFriends comfort: Sodal,..._.01'''''NepklM,Melckee..
McLeod. "A Memo from Jupiter"was Beginning at 9:30, Joy Norman Adapts to power SAVEsuggested @ Aceeuofttt.. directed by Lori Conti assistedby will instruct the children in making of Andy Johns celebrated hoe, edger and .
Todd McLeod. reindeer stockings.At 10 a.m., Santa Andy's 12th birthday at Godfather's blower attach-,, Good Flow laile Wedding needn't, Line be..pen,'" ,Our beautiful.
catalog proves this with the
Claus will arrive, bringing a sur Pizza in Orange Park on Saturday merits mow equilite
contemporary .,
"Nobody Sleeps," about an inept prise for those who tell him what Dec. 5.After. lettering Mylcf and workmanihtp anduaditfonalpipe.,
retail $159.99 you could with for!
robber breaking into a house whose they want for Christmas. Pictures eating, they visited several Our catalog Include: Genuine Engraving' and.
occupants knew more about being a will also be available for a $2 dona- points of interest in Orange Park including '* variety of lettering\ styli thai fealure'Heliograving*
robber than he. The would-be robberwas tion by the Friends of the Library.For Video Arcades.FLA.TWIN .an amaiinily rich,raised lettnin0 with all the good
played by John Wilson. The more information, please call $13999'VA | lute and dtitinction/ of the flneil craflimanihip yet
family in the house were played by the library, 964-6400 stop by 105 E. Now Only com w little Come tee our complete tcleclion and
choott the perfect Invitation
Terry Oglesby, Ruth RiddiCk, Jackson St., STarke. for your wedding

THEATRE The Flower Wedding Line Tradition, :Our more than
./1 Church Chatter Bftft.... 15 yean of unequalled..perllnc..lma"n.'on, and
.,-_.- "'" ..... ..--..-. --..--- Starke craftimaiuhip .
964.5451 u your aiiutance of W edding
I. .oj n. ."KIi rK
TM Ensemble you can be proud of.
Calvary I 'Baptls t'Cantata Open Every ifr$2f5b"SPEcTAL BY WEED EATER
Young-At-Heart Prompt Soviet tad Out lading Qutllly

This Calvary Friday Baptist SaturdayThe Church Choir Group Enjoys OutingThe ] Available at: BOB-S LAWNMOWER & CHAINSAW REPAIR
Young-At-Heart of the |
group 21 NorthKaystono
will Christmas Can- Sat & Sun 5:00 show LEILAS DRESS GIFT SHOP
"NoelJesus First Baptist Church visited the
tata, Is Born", this I Heights. 473.0233 81950. WALNUT
Friday and Saturday, Dec. 18-19,at? Cummer Art Gallery in Jacksonvillelast Tuesda fLshow: _I OUWbuMd by Thrgpan DiatnouUxa Inc. Bo.Ma Triton GA 317M Cat(mgt 3rUtlMANhough STARKE,FL.32091
Thursday, Dec 10. 17a .a1 awaty dater haa baan pmvMiuaiy noMted of tnra oftar.Wm.pwdrl daalMa maunot
p m. nightly. In addition to the many beautiful partropal, It ooa you aetect don not. aaa another Mad or can((912)3U.13M lornearaat
Calvary Baptist is located on aouroa ol oar We/guarantee aoequala Mad at artunuid once
works of art, an exhibit of breath- Starts Friday Dec. 18
at Madison St. Starke.
Cherry in taking Christmas trees from aroundthe
Everyone is welcome. world was greatly enjoyed by all.

Christmas Twenty-eight Young-at-Heaters fS
Party participated in this pleasurable trip Ef'$
Planned at AirparkA which featured the Cummer tour, 11y '
followed lunch at Morrison's
Christmas Party is planned for Cafeteria and two hours of CinderellaScreen .4 *
this Dec. 18 at 8 at Air
Friday p.m. Christmas shopping at the Orange \4
park Baptist Church. Park Mall.
Pastor Leroy Olive invites Come on, you Senior Citizens join II tl ty o
everyone to come to the party which of each monthat lDTI l/
us the first Thursday dl/ ,MV ,
will be held at the church located at Hall at
12 noon in the Fellowship
521 N Orange St., Starke. First Baptist of Starke for lunch, fun SCHWAAIENECi

and fellowship. THE

Pleasant Valley Center

Christmas Party Monday HUNNING MAl @ ,

Pleasant Valley Care Center will
be having their Christmas Party this
Monday, Dec. 21 from 6:30-8:30: : p.m. i X11
The yough church group will be singing -
Christmas carols.Refreshments A Touch of Class
will be served. The "
public is invited to attend and visit
with our residents. Has come to StarkeLet <, .'"W.,<

f .
Christmas MusicalAt

Hope Baptist ChurchThe us help you with your 0

Christmas musical "Pro- last minute Christmas
claiming the Birth of our King", '
written by Rev. David Weyand; will ShoppingRed
be presented by the combined adult
and children's choirs this Sunday, Tag Pre-Christmas
Dec. 20 at 7:15: p.m. at Hope Baptist.
The story depicts a little girl's Sale Continuing i7 'Tis the
guest for the purpose of the excite- season
ment surrounding Christmas. Her Through Dec. 24
grandfather explains the proclamation L1 to be cautious.
of the Birth of the Christ-Child
illustrated through the
use effectively of a'living" Christmas record. We joyously supply the power that lights up

The adult choir will be directed by \, your holiday season.And we ask you-
ffonnie Jones and the children's i,: please use it carefully.Always read
choir will be directed by David D and follow instructions that come with gifts

Weyand. Everyone is invited to join ,. that For example
this celebration of worship at Hope are powered by electricity. use

Baptist, located on Hwy 100 South of .! only grounded extension cords don't trim hedges
Starke. A when the ground is wet and keep electric cords

> it fA <; out of the way of cutting edges.

Christmas lights also should be used with care.
Christmas Program.At
I. Keep them away from flammable decorations,
St. Johns BaptistA ,.; check for worn or broken sockets,cracked insulation

Christmas Program will be '1 and frayed cd1 ds,turn them off when you go out
given Wednesday, Dec. 23 at 7 p.m. .' and use no more than three sets of lights
at St. Johns Missionary Baptist
Church. '; on an extension cord:And,of course

The public is invited to this special e t' never put lights on a metal tree.
ail\ ':'.
presentation. ; Make safety your first New Years resolution.

And have a most joyous holiday season.
Starke Church of God Joan's Fashions ,,".

To Have Christmas Play In the Starke Plaza!
The Starke Church of God Youth
Dept. will be presenting a Christmas I=l=I
drama entitled, "The Price of a "The Finest in Ladles Fashions"
Calf" on Friday Dec. 18 at 1:30: p.m.
The church located at 422 N. St.
Clair St. In Starke, extends a warm VISA MASTEXCAXD 964"7651
hand of welcome to the community .. .. .
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to see this Christmas special.

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--.............._ -...St. Edward's News ---- 'M UDC/ Weeks Chapter Has ChrIstmas LuncheonA

Christmas Mass... Christmas program was givento a side table beneath which were
the W.T. Weeks Chapter, U.D.C., wrapped gifts for the chapter's
Jacksonville of the St. Augustine
SOCial News Mass Christmas eve 7 p.m. Youth Diocese sponsored an Advent Day of at their meeting on Monday Dec 14 adopted vet in the VA Hospital in
Midnight Christmas
at the Bradford Family Restaurant.Mrs. Gainesville.Mrs. .
Day 10 a.m. Mass of the Recollection on Friday, Dec. 11 at Christine Lawson introducedher Weisgerber spoke to the
Shepherds. The public is Invited to St. Matthew's Catholic Church in
husband, Jim Lawson, who told group about a recent TV show
attend any of the Masses. Jacksonville.Rev. amusing stories of experiences froman relating to the Civil War and that it

Weddings Births Club News Altar Society Party... ducted. the Eugene services Lynch and, S.M.M., con article on World War I. the war to was very fair toward the South. We
was make the world safe for
Engagements On Friday night, Dec. 11, the St. by Sister democracy. must remember the war was fought
Church News Social EventsAnnouncing. Edward's Altar Evelyn Erchardt, D.W. Mrs. Lawson read the poem "Jus' over tradition, a life, not
Society hosted a The St. Matthew's Children's Choir Before Christmas" by war.of brought to
Eugene Slaves
Christmas slavery.
In the hall.
Holiday party parish sang at the Mass. Fields and also "If There Were No the New England States, not the
punch and buffet hors
Attending the prayer session and Christmas"
following with"The
d'oeuvres, sandwiches,and desserts luncheon from St. South.
Edward's Parish
Christmas Story of the Birth of Mrs. Louise
Guests present were
.., were served.A .
were Betty Dazinskl,Toni Cass, Ann Christ" from
the Bible. Baker of Keystone Hts.,Sylvia Red-
James variety of games were played Gingras, Kay Richards and Dolores
Clay Anderson
with prizes:: given in competition as Me'ng. Appropriate carols were sung by dish, Blanche Otto and Jim Lawson.
James and Cathy Anderson of well as door the group at Intervals in the story,
prizes.:: Santa Claus
Macclenny announce the birth of a visited and joined in the merriment. led by Sylvia Reddish accompaniedby
son, James Clay, born Dec. 4 in Refreshment and food tables PearsallHunterTo Mona Canova. Concluding the
Jacksonville and were program Mrs. Reddish "0 Holy Miss Dianne/ Wood
weighing 4 Ibs. 3V4 covered with white cloths. Tables Wed SaturdayMiss Child",. sang
Maternal grandparents are were centered with floating candles Mary Susan Pearsall The luncheon tables were covered Honored In Keystone Hts.

Elizabeth Crawford of Starke and and surrounding leaves and by red silvered cancles.pine cones daughter of Mrs.Juanita Peareall01Hampton ; with green cloths with red Miss Dianne Wood, bride-elect of

the late Ivory Lee Luke, Sr. Great- Among those in charge of arrangements and Tommy L. Hunter, placemats for each setting. The January 23, was honored Dec. 6 witha
grandparents are Catherine Robertsof for this party were Ran- son of Mr and Mrs.Larry L. Hunterof centerpiece was a large American miscellaneous shower given by the
Jacksonville and Ellen Luke of dy and Sallye Scoggins, Bobbie Rochester, Ind., will be marriedthis flag flanked by Confederate flags Elizabeth:: Circle of Keystone Com-
Starke. b Moore and Zita Shuford. Saturday, Dec. 19 at 2 p.m. at made of red, white and blue tinsel. munity Church.Approximately.
Paternal grandparents are Farley Hampton Baptist Church. Traditional Christmas ar- 25 guests enjoyed
and Maurine Anderson of Macclenny. Day of Recollection... All friends and relatives are in- rangements were at focal points bridal games and refreshments.
The Deaneries of North and South vited to attend. with! a Christmas tree centerpiece on

1111 I\M\M\MMI\MV V-."'----Hampton Hilltes/// ---- -- -,

I By: Dolores Meng for second place and a go-cart with 16-Susan Parmenter and Angle Mit-
Phone 468-1915 Regina and Jason Padgett in third chell.
place. Shriners also participated in Hampton Elementary

Gift Christmas Party... the parade. Christinas
Great Santa Claus thrilled some 100 per-
Residents of Su-El's Retirement sons by distributing fruit and candy- On Tuesday night, Dec. 15, Mrs.
Ideas Home were honored with a filled bags. Hot dogs snack foods Carole Stevenson presented her
Christmas Party Friday night, Dec. and beverages were also servec. music students in a program of
11 at the home. Susie Lott Walker Christmas music. The was
and her husband, Virgil Walker, Visitors... given for parents and friends program of the
Lingerie greeted family members and friendsof Mrs. Louise Mattheus accom pupils.
the residents. panied Mr. and Mrs. Bob Langford,
Handbags Christmas
I Guests were treated to a buffet Tim and Christina, to Arcadia for Holidays...
Did You Know...
dinner consisting of turkey, ham,all Thanksgiving weekend. There they Students and school personnel will
Jewelry Dogwood Tree Sale types of salads, vegetables and Joined Louise's daughter and son-in- have two full weeks to enjoy the
iI Hanes Hose Saturday, Dec. 19, 8a.m. desserts. The home was decoratedwith law, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Lanier holidays. No school from Dec. 21 to
Woman's Club Building a Christmas tree and other holi- and Pam and Scott Wilson and Jan. 4. Teacher's Plannint Day is
PerfumesSweaters 5 trees for $1.00Community day colors. children of West Palm Beach for an Jan. 4. On Jan. 5 school will be in
Rev.Gene Bass of the Sampson City enjoyable weekend. regular session.

Church of God led a prayer ser Holiday Decorations...
vice. Other church members enter- December ..
NewsThe Birthdays. Classrooms and bulletin boards
Slacks tained with accordian, guitars and
singing. Guests Joined in a sing- Dec.7-Becky Watson and Matilda have been gaily decorated for the
Committee for Dr. Martin along of familiar Christmas carols. Rhoden; 9-Kristopher Hinson past two weeks. Christmas trees
Luther celebration will meet Tues Roger Mitzel and Rodney Alan Car- holiday wreaths, Santas, and other
day, Dec. 22, at 7:30: the An- City Sponsors Party... michael; 10-Kim Smith and Sandra Christmas symbols are all around.
FREE GIFT WRAPPING nex of Greater Allen Chapel Church. On Saturday afternoon, Dec. 12, Aviles; 11-Kirk Williams, Joseph The hallway decoration constructedby
= w- On December 19 at 7 p.m., the the City of Hampton sponsored a Griffis and Cynthia Casner; 12-Beth Mrs. Bagwell's second graders is
WITH EAEtiPURCHASE Heavenly Gates of Jacksonville will Christmas Party for area children. Kennan Macey Rhoden and Billy especially beautiful. It is a huge
sing at Greater Allen Chapel. Ad- Festivities included parade with Kyle; 13-Johnny Hernandez::, Ray- mural depicting greetings from the
mission is free. prizes:: for best floats. Cash awards mond Williams; 14-Hazel Thomas, North Pole.All of the second gradershad
The annual Homecoming Banquetwill were given to Scottie Davis in first Clay Crystal Coggins; a hand with the help of some
be held the fourth Sunday, Dec. place the Hampton Vol. Fire Dept. IS-Wilma Clark and Nikki Wolf; room mothers in making this lovely
27. Homecoming Services will beginat scene.
11 a.m. and the Banquet in the

church annex will be at 1 p.m. Legal NoticeIN S W\----... ---- ..... ..... .....-.-........-- .......- ..
Tickets are on sale. Everyone
welcome. be entered for the r.lI.f demanded In Description of Property: Parcel 4765. Lot
THE CIRCUIT COURT th. Complaint. 7 of Blk 2 little Hollywood S/D described -
DRESS ft OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL WITNESS my hand and official seal of In Deed Book 60 Page 491 Ex R/W.
GIFT SHOP > Mt. Plsgah Church CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR thl.Court on this ISth day of December, Section 7 Township 7 South Rang. 22 !

Bradford fcquirt Shopping Cents Having Gospel Sing BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA 1987. East.All
Cot No. 87-643-CA property being In the Coun.
susses. Mt Pisgah AME Church will be SUTHILAK SUNDUSADEE, CLERK OF THE COURT ty of Bradford State of Florida.
I FN KN featuring a gospel in songs programon Plaintiff, 12/17 4tchg' 1/7 Unless such certificate or certificates
Dec. 20 at 5 p.m. v. shall be redeemed according to law the
Choirs from Jacksonville and surrounding CRISANTA SUNDUSADEE, KIERT SUN- CALL FOR BIDSealed property described In such certificate, or
I areas will be present. The DUSADEE, at Trustees of Sundusodee bids will be received by the City certificates will be sold to the highest
y Commission of the of Starke, bidder at the courthouse door the
11 public is cordially invited.TuckerGoodman Leasing Trust GISAYA SUNDUSADEEand City on
I I Ia Ii SUNSHINE SUNDUSADEE, CRISANTA Florida, at th. City Hall In Stark.. 27th of.Jarjuory, 1988 at 11:00: o'clock
i h SUNDUSADEE and KIERT SUNDUSADEE Florida, until 7:30 p.m.Tuesday.January A.M.Dated
Individually 5, 1988, at which time and place all bids this 1st day of Dvcvmber 1987; .
To Wed Dec. ..9 D.f.ndant. received' will be publicly opened and GILBERT S. BROWN,CLERK I
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO read aloud on the following: By: Beulah Moody
Mr. and Mrs. James Griffin an- : KIERT SUNDUSADEE and CRISANTA Th. following Items declared surplus Clerk of Circuit Court
nounce the approaching marriage of SUNDUSADEE Individually and o. property by the city: Bradford County Florida
their daughter, Keena Marie Trustees of the Sundusodee Leasing It.m 1..Ford Truck 12/17 4tchg 17OBEY
Tucker, to Steven Goodman, son of Trust their heirs and assigns, and SUN Item 2Dodg. Pickup Truck -- ---
PUBLIC NOTICEThe Mrs. Dessie Lee Jackson and the SHINE SUNDUSADEE. ADDRESS Item 3-Dodge Pickup Truck
late Fred Goodman, this Saturday, UNKNOWN: Item --International Dump Truck ID
Dec. 19 at 4 p.m. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action 146620H313321
The wedding will be at 1324 to Set Aside Froudul.nt Conveyances Item S..AIr Compressor (compressor
Charles Court in Starke. In case of Declare Trust Fraudulent and gon.) r
Town of Brooker. Florida will hold an bad weather, the wedding will be alternatively to Appoint Successor It.m 6-Dodge D.500
It.m 7-lnternatlonal Cub Cadet 86
Trustee, and Request for Temporary Injunction -
held in Mt. Morlah United Methodist
election on February 16. 1988. for the following Church on Oak Street. A receptionwill has been filed against you In Item B-3400 Poulan Chalnsaw
the above styled Court. You are furth.r Item 9..3 Wheeler Yoioo Lawn Mow.r
offices: two seats on the Town Council. follow immediately after the notified that In said action Plaintiff Is requesting Item 10-Wir. Reel Trailer

Candidates may qualify to run for the above wedding.invited All to attend.friends and relativesare that the Court set aside th. Interest The.City of STork. reserves th. rightto
or r.l.ct or all bids.
of Defendant Crlsanta Sun- accept any r
offices during normal business hours: 9:00: a.m. '.. ........... .................................. dusadee In c.rtaln parcels of real pro- CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDABy
to 12:00: Monday Friday & Saturday beginning follows p.rty In: Bradford County, Florida, o. N.iI City L. Tuck.r Clerk

December 28. 1987. ending January 2,1988. All :;Brownie Jimmie& Ina Bennett Bennett son will be of i Legal descriptions of all parcels. 12/172tcg 12/24

qualify papers must be received at Town Hall visiting( the Bradford County area ford available County at Courthouse the Clerk of,the Stark.Court., Florida.Brad-

by noon. January 2, 1988. :the second week of January. He You are required to serve a written NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
:would love to meet and talk with copy of your defenses, If any to th. ac- TAX DEED
all his old school chums and tion on Plaintiff' attorneys, whose NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ernest
I. Ir.n. Hunter the holder of th.
: names and addresses are TERENCE M. or
.friends. BROWN and DARLA JEAN following certificates has filed told certificates .
i Jimmie was born and attended i CHRISTOPHER, TERENCE M. BROWN, for a tax deed to be Issued ACTS 2:38 I
:(school in Lawtey, before moving P.A., Post Office Drow.r 40, Starke, thereon. The certificate numbers and
TURBORECOn,1MENDED i to Miami. For more Information Florida 32091 on or before JANUARY 25, years of Issuance, the description of the Apostolic Truth U.P.C.
:i call Joyce In Jacksonville, 1988, and file the original with th.Clerk property, and the names In which it was
i; 904-771-S896. of this Court, either before service on assessed are as follows:: 702-3303
121017i. Certificate No. :203
the Plaintiff's attorneys or Immediately
i... ... .. .. .. ..... ...................... thereafter; otherwise, a judgment will Year of Issuance 1985 Rev. Emmett Bright



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e I .' .I Two tender fish fillets, french .I Two tender fish fillets, trench

fl a .| fries and two hush puppies. Ca p tain D"-t .| fries,and two hush puppies. Dfc .

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Notices -

1979 Chevrolet Pickup I.D. No. NOTICE OF SEY and all parties having a claim serve a copy thereof upon the LOT 34. Knight- Subdivision, as per
R CLN1498218751 INTENTIONTO right title or Interest In the property Plaintiff's Attorney, Dorothea Bean. plat' thereof recorded In Plat Book 3,
i" UNITED STATES DISTRICT At the property of the above named REGISTER herein and THE STATE OF FLORIDA Assistant United States Attorney, Post Page 54 of the public records of Bradford
COURT MIDDLE DISTRICTOF defendant and that on Monday the 28th FICTITIOUS NAME Defendants.SUPPLEMENTAL. Office Box 600 Jacksonville, Florida County Florida
FLORIDA, JACKSONVILLE day of December 1987, at two o'clock on Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida NOTICE OF SUIT 32201 on or before December 28. at public outcry to the highest and
DIVISION aid day on the premises of the Bradford Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the AND AMENDED ORDER 1987. If you fall to do judgment by belt bidder for cash of the hour of 12:00
Court No e7.705-CIv-J-16 undersigned Pentad Corporation P O default will be entered against you for noon on January 4, 1989, at the front
County Jail I will offer for tale and tell FOR UNNAMED DEFENDANTSTO
Box Starke Fla. ,
430 32091
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, (joint own.r.doing the relief demanded In the complaint. door entrance of the Bradford County
to the highest bidder 'for cash In hand business under the firm name of APPEAR AND,PLEAD
of Suit
Plaintiff 3. This Supplemental Notice Courthouse at Starke, Florida.
the above described property of said (SERVICE BY PUBLICATION)
Bradford Furniture, P.O. Box 430
v* and Amended Order for Unnamed Dated November 1987
: 30
defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Execution This before the
cause It Court
WILLIAM C. PHILLIPS, JR.. E. Reddish Stark., Fla. 32091 Intends to registersaid onPlalntlff'l Defendant to Appear and Plead (Service Richard L.Cox Jr.
Dolph Motion for
and LYDIA F. PHILLIPS. Sheriff fictitious name under the aforesaid of Suit and for SupplementalNotice Service by Publication) be published by United)State Marshal
12/3 4tchg 12/24 ttatute. the United States Martha! In a Middle District of Florida
D.f.ndanta.NOTICE Bradford County Flo Publication filed October 7, 1987.
OF SALE Dated this 19th day of November, on newspaper of general circulation In John E. Lawlor III
Having been advised Plaintiff that
Notice It hereby given that pursuant 1937 In Bradford County the by Bradford County Florida not let than Asst. United State Attorney
to D.fault Judgment entered on 11/26 4tchg 12/17 newspaper made an error In consecutive
a once each week for six Attorney for Plaintiff
November 4, 1987. by the above entitled PUBLIC AUCTION the publication of the legal detcrlptk n of weeks, prior to return dot 12/10 4tchg 12/31
Court In the above styled/ cause, the NOTICE Is given that on Mon property being foreclosed, the herelnabove' designated.DONE .
undersigned United State Martha) orI. day December 21, 1987, at 10:00: A.M., NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Court finds that plaintiffs motion AND ORDERED at Jacksonville -
any of hi* duly authorized deputies will the undersigned Color Frelahtwoys. REGISTER should be granted. Therefore, It It Florida this 28th day of October
.ell the property situate In Bradford Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at FICTITIOUS NAME now ORDERED: 1987.
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida t.I Plaintiff Motion for Supplemental NOTICE OF BID
County Florida. described at: 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla.. HOWARD T. SNYDER
I. lot 23, Parkwood Subdivision, at p.r .one lot of Bruce Display consigned to Statutes, notice It hereby given that the Notice of Suit and for Service by UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE The Bradford County Board of Commissioners *
St. undersigned John E. Curies, Jr., 1640 B Publication be and It hereby will' sealed bid on
plat th.r.of recorded In Plat Book 3, Augustine Carpets, St. Augustine, 11/126tchg 12/17 open
: Page 3, public r.cord. of Bradford County Fla.; South Walnut St., Stark., sole owner GRANTED Monday January 4, 19B8 at 10:00: a.m.
S Florida eons lot of Evap doors consigned to doing buslnes under the firm name of 2. All unknown heirs, devisee, for one ((1)) Type I Rescue Unit.
'; at public outcry to the highest and Snyder General Tampa Fla. United Realty of Stark., 1640-B South grantees, assignees, lienors Specification for this bid may be picked .
best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00: to satisfy freight and storage charges, Walnut St., Starke, Fla. 32091. intends to creditors, trustees or other claimants up from Cliff Chapman Director of
,', Noon on January 6, 1988 at the front under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of register said fictitious name under the by through under or against the' FOR NON-PAYMENT Emergency Service, 812 N. Grand St.,
door entrance of the Bradford County Uniform standard bill of lading. aforesaid statute. Estate of Louisa Llndsey, deceased; OF STORAGE UNIT Stark., Fla.
: Courthouse at Starke, Florida. Gator Frelghtwoys, Dated this 18th day of November and all other parties having or claim- Notice Is hereby given that on Gilbert S. Brown
Doted: Nov.mb.r 18. 1987. Carrier 1987 In Bradford County. ing to have any right title or Interestin December II, "17. at 9:00 ..m., 0 Clerk' to the Board
Richard L. Cox, Jr. Pro. 04-167584 dtd 9/16/87 ll/264tchg 12/17 the property hereinafter described sale will be held at C ft C MINI 12/17 2tchg 12/24
United States Marshal Pro. 02-812511 dtd 9/15/87 ore hereby notified that an action has STORAGE, Hwy. 301 South Starke.
Mlddl.District of Florida 12/102tchg 12/17 been Instituted against you In the Florida.
John E. Lawlor III UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT above Court by the United States of A sale of the entire contents of the REGISTRATIONOF
Asst. United Stat.. Attorney MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA America for the enforcement of a lien following units will be made to the FICTITIOUS NAMESI
Attorney for Plaintiff NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO JACKSONVILLE DIVISION against real property situated in Brad highest bidder If no bidder the tele the undersigned being duly sworn
12/3 4tchg 12/14 REGISTER Case No. 86.643.Clv.J. ford County within the Middle Districtof will be conducted pursuant to rental do hereby declare under oath that the
,j FICTITIOUS NAME UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Florida and described at folowt: agreements between tenant and name of all persons Interested In the
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida Plaintiff Commence at the SW corner of Sec- landlord. business or profession carried on under
NOTICE Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the vt tion 22 Township 6 South, Range 22 Bay 24-Property belonging to Todd the name of PHYSICAL THERAPY OF
OF SHERIFF'S SALE undersigned George Williamson Enterprises THE ESTATE OF LOUISE LINDSEY East run Easterly 39.45 feet more or J. LeBorren. STARKE and the extent of the Interest of
Notlc. I la given that |I. Dolph E. Inc., a Florida corporation 1315 and the Heirs at Law Juanita Carter, less to the Easterly right of way line of each. I*a* follow:
Reddish at sheriff of Bradford County, Kings Road Jacksonville, Florida 32209 Tom Llndsey, Alfred Llndsey and Wanda the Old Lawtey Road; thence run Bay Alice Property Marshall. belonging to Mary NORTH FLORIDA THERAPY INC.,
Florida under and by virtue of Writ of sole owner doing business under the A Williams, and the unknown North 007' East along sold Easterly a Florida CorporationExtent
Execution to-wlt: firm name of Brandt's Country Inn, S.R. heirs devisees, grantees, assignees, right of way line 750.00 feet to the Bay 2-Property belonging to of Interest-%
Execution Issued out of County Courtof 21 at S.R. 21A, Melrose, Florida Intendsto lienors creditors trustees, or other Northerly right of way line of Donna Virginia Holley. NORTH FLORIDA THERAPY. INC.
Bradford County, Florida pursuant to register said fictitious name under the claimants by through under or Street thence run North 8939' East Boy 22--Property belonging to By ROBERT JEREMY FISHER JR.
a Final Judgment for Fleet Finance, Inc., aforesaid statute. against THE ESTATE OF LOUISA LINg along said Northerly right of way line Wayne Baker. President
of Stark., Florida and against Roy E. Dated this 17th day of November 225.00 feet to the point of beginning, 12/10 itchg 12/17 1211141e"a 1/7
Thornton and Betty J. Thornton defen 1987 In Bradford County Florida. thence continue North B939' East
dents In the amount of 1639.50 GEORGE WILLIAMSON FREE'EXPLORING along said Northerly right of way line NOTICE OF INTENTION
together with costs of collection. ENTERPRISES. INC. 75.00 feet; thence run North 0"07' East UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT TO REGISTER
Hay"i seized and have In my possesslop By George Williamson t 101.00 feet thence run South 8939' MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA FICTITIOUS NAME
.following described personal President West 75.00 feet; thence run South JACKSONVILLE DIVISION PURSUANT to Section 865.09. Florida
property to-wlt: 11/264tpd 12/17 GOD'S WORD 007' West 101.00 feet to the point of Court No.87-716-Clv-J-M Statute, notice I la hereby given that the'
I HOME BIBLE STUDYThe beginning UNITED STATES OF AMERICA undersigned JESSE S. ADAMS of 4129Townsend
and you are ordered and required to Plaintiff, St., Sterfce. end MARTIN
Bible Course Is taught In your appear and plead in said action and vs VASSAUR of 101 Colley Read Storke.Fla. .
TlRrASSEMBLY OF COD STARKE home free of charge. file your answer with the Clerk of this CHARLES L. JENKINS and ., (pint owner, doing business under
Hwy 16 & Weldon St. Starke CHURCH OF GOD This Is a non-denominational! study Court at Jacksonville, Florida, and to SHIRLEY A. JENKINS, the firm name of The Tree Matters,

Sunday School 10:00'a.m. based only on what 'thus saith the Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE Sleepy Hollow Drive Starke, Florida Intends -
422 N. ST. CLAIR 964-5445 to register told fictitious name
Morning Worship 11 p.m. John Spratlln PastorWe word of God. Independent Church or God NOTICE Is hereby given that pursuant under the aforesaid statute.
APOSTOLIC TRUTH U.P.C. to a Final Judgment entered on
Dated this 14th day of December
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Evening Worship p.m.Wed. Invite to worship with us. or Inc
t you Prophecy, November 24 1987 by the above entitled 1987 In Bradford County Florida.
Mid-Week Service 7:30 p.m. Attended Nursery 7823303Rev. REVIVAL ceNTER Court In the above styled cause, the 12/17 4tpd 17BADCOCK

. lOam undersigned United States Marshal or
Staff Nursery Available Sunday School Emmett
BrightTo 301 North 2138 N. Avc
Rev Stephen R. Paolor Morning Worship . I lam Temple any of hit duly authorized deputies will
Pippin, Evening Service . 6pm schedule your home bible Sun. School 45im Sun. Worihip II >m sell the property situate In Bradford
964-6971 Wednn'dnyYouth . 3Opm: study or for additional Information Sun, Fvo Prayar Marlins 6 pm Wool 30pm County, Florida described oil

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964-6108 964-6154 Tuesday FridayMark hardship. We decide what we see In life and HWY 301 N. 964-4461 or 964-5531 864 N. Temple 964-7061
Psalm about life that's what makes life real and
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Eyeglass Wheels Auto Sales what can be. Bradford Furniture HURSTS EXXON I

We Finance Saturday We need to grasp the faith and vision of the SERVICE
Psalm Mark Industries
"Your young Frenchman standing amidst the ruins of
f Buy Here Pay Here 148:1.14 1:14-20 his little town caused by the Nazis. How can "24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE"
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gloom? someone asked him. ,
103 Edwards Rd. 964-7783 "The world Is being wrecked but I am going 964-7347 964-6111
to have the privilege of helping build It back.
/ CEDAR JONES FUNERAL HOME The Apostli Paul would have applaudedsuch ARCHIE TANNER FUNERAL B&M STARTER &
Distinguished caring' service faith and commitment Said he'"for I have
for over 6O Y*.rs ,learned ,In whatsoever state I am. therewith, to HOMEs GENERATOR
Steve and Cindy Futch be content. (Phil 4.11)) Service
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& Staff cfli"I Mr Nfttw W4wn MWIH4M MACH P O Bo MB .c. V*J3Ot Monuments

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WATERS Mosley Tire Co. !! 'Insurance: 'Call Now 964-8018

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

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Printing Company a fact, you can do Complete Tire Shop & Auto homes at 206 W. Madison & US 301
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'"Tornado' basketballors Improved'their five 77-65 by Baker High on the Brad ,

season mark to 4-2 this week ford High court Friday Dec 11. .
er with wins over Wear Nassau, 80-53 Five Tornadoes 'bit' in double
and Baker High 77-65. figures. Malachi Jenkins scored 15
"Things are looking up," says points Harold Chandler and Roy
Coach Cheater Simpson "But we've ,Jackson 12 each,.and Pedro Carter
still a ways to go." The< Tornado 10.Jackson's points came four three
man-to-man defense is improving point shots from outside.
and nJaying tough, he says. The score was tied 35-35 at the
1LoQ AnxL the Tornado five is getting halt Then Bradford won the the
some7 excellent help off the bench third period 22-16, paced by Blye's 6
from five or six the WN points and Jenkins' 6 from wide
L00 1l game Coach Simpson played and Jackson's two 3-pointers from
( tr everybody. outside. Bradford won the fourth
Charles Russell and Stacey period 20-14 with Pedro Carter scoring
Jenkins did an outstanding Job Tues 8 of his 10 points.
.4, ..N11LJp day night. Jackson outstanding roofer1...................M It tt M I*
Roy was _........................II M !. 14 M
against Baker High at point 5..51cm( r..oy 11.1. >V.3.1/1-21.ConoroOIO
t guard and added four 3-pointers. M. Jonkln. 7-l/S-IS. Jotkion 4.04/0-12.
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I BUS 69 W. Nassau 53 (M). J.I.. Ttumpiin. i.t-r/lt-21. Illll)
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1. Junior guard Eugene Blye's 28 ll-O/2-n --.....I.I-O/M.Totaltl.t.M-t/tt-tS..
!0O o points, including six three point ...,..-. Notoi 3.4 51 on I. >,. yoHUko _
3 I baskets paced the Tornado five to a 11w.:3.5in1.14 p..d,1. .3.,....,._......

Il r 1w 60-53 win over West Nassau in a

Tuesday night Dec. 15, road game. Upcoming...
Malachr Jenkins added 14 points BHS 'Is'at home"hosting Palatka

1 \ l Harold Chandler 8, and Roy Jackson High tomorrow night (Friday, Dec.
1. 18).The JV game Is at 6:15 p.m.,the
) 4 I.d.d M If 14 11 4* varsity game begins at 8 p.m.
W.N_ 14 f If II Hroolor4) Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 28-29
) ((4t>. Kwy 0-3/t-l. llyo' ....31.7era..
BHS Is in four team
playing a
0-1/2-2 M. ..lankln.2..'.. Urn t-0-1. Joduon
I.O-4/7-T,dionalor 1.4/9-1. _..., I-0-2, .. Jonkln.JO4. Christmas tournament at Bishop
ToWh: 7. '6-.1_ Kenny High in Jacksonville. BHS
W... Now (Uh Wrtetil, 0.2,.11. '.... 10-O-K. !: White at
High .m.
d' Lee a.l-t/a-f. twoMIng' 2-..... frown '-012.'. Total. Monday Kenny
4 2. 22-1/o-Sl. I>ec:. 28. Bishop and
1p' ti fr / Clay High play in the second game.
r dJ J The finals and a consolation game
BHS 77 Baker 65 are Tuesay night. '

."''iiI' "" _n ',,,,;: -::J-" --; .", ": .. A balanced scoring attack, led by That will wind up pre-holiday
Eugene Blye's 23 points including basketball action. BHS next plays

The 1987-88 Junior Varsity Basketball Squad... three 3-point shots led the Tornado Jan. 5 at Ocala Forest.

I (koach Rowland Cummings is shown with his Junior Varsity basketball Jenkins Donnie Francis Calvin Lane, Train lye Larry lirilfln.
squad: Back row, (I-r): Coach Rowland Cummings Charlie Brown, Eric

Front row (I-r): Lorenzo Hall. Terry Berry. Derrick Dean Allen Jones Williams, Wendell Reggie Hudson Sheffield.Kevin Finch Andy Goodowns Clarence BHS Hi-Q Teams WinThe I

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Felicia Davis Leads IHS= Girls by Eastside team sposted wins during the last road versus St.Augustine, a team

week against Interlachen and Clay that beat BHS earlier in the Q'eaere
High Schools. However the Tornado High-
t.The Bradford High varsity girls BUS 54 Lake Weir 42 Donations of weights or a sizeable The Lady Tornadoes met The 237)65 victory against In- are confident they can win the

basketball team won two games, With a halftime score of 38 to 23, carpet would be appreciated. This Wildwood Wednesday at 5:30, terlachen was the first-ever for the rematch to improve their record.
over Gainesville Eastside and Lake the Tornado girls coasted to a second facility would improve the girls Vanguard played Eastside. If the Tornado High Q'ers. The 200-102 win According to Coach Stanley
Weir, and lost to Ocala Forest in this half score of 16 to 19 for Lake training program greatly, Coach Tornadoes win, they+wiJ1. probably over Clay was the second meeting Crawford a win against
past week's action Weir, to finish the game with a 12 Slater says, and would help them face Vanguard, expected winner of between BHS and Clay this year St.Augustlne and a ;wln in the divisional
point lead. develop "staying power" to the end the second game.Vanguard with the Tornadoes winning on both tournament in February
BHS 36, Eastside 28 t M II I II." of the games.Upcoming.. is the top seeded team occasions. The varsity record now would insure the High-Q team of
The first home game for the girl L....WeI, II 12 7 I'... in the district, Ocala Forest second, stands at 53. The JV team is 44. another winning season. The High-Q
netters was also the first win for the rodr... ((44). M. Wllllom, """". A. llnuitonl ... with third place to be determined, Next match for the High-Q team has never had a losing season.
season. "Everyone played wetland Dab 1-1/2-3.' t-l/7-13 I. MeW., J. KonnooV.: /...414K.I. Covlnfjton' .hitter.30/0-4.:7.006.Teal. r.. The Tornado girls are playing in a probably between BHS, Eastside,
hustled hardsaid Coach John .! 29-4/21-94. Christmas Tournament Wednesday- and GHS. Eight teams, mostly from
Slater, after the win over Eastside _. ((41) Owed Tammy 7.1-1/3.12.: Irawor, Friday, Dec. 16, 17, 18 at North the Ocala area, are playing in the
la.holna 1-0/2-4. _k''... Wanda 4-2/4-14. Manor.Mulca .
High last Thursday Dec. 10. Marion High tournament.
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"Felicia Davis had the kind of .
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game she must have every night," .fol' speed
he said. Davis, a senior letterman 53 BUS 29

led the Tornadoes with 15 points and The Ocala Forest netters blew the and efficiency.The
7 rebounds. Tornadoes out of the game, at the second -

The zone defense looked very home showing for the Tor- E'EEk'A-BCII: )! i see= : YOU! 8O14'S.Relocation
good, and the fast break is improving nadoes Tuesday, Dec. 15. The Tor- .
said the coach. BHS shut out nadoes standing is now 23. '
Eastside for the first 10 minutes.The rootero1 14 I 7 7." after correcting 5t\
Tornadoes outsCored the opponent in OcoloPoroM M 4 ".AI.
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The junior varsity five at Bradford "This was. our first home game HOW. Call St. Starke .COftOAflOMV 110 w Call. Street 974-5764
High added three wins to improve its and the girls played a really good -
record to 4-1 this past week with game," said Coach Sue Trieste. 964-5764
wins over Ocala Forest, Gainesville 'The girls are playing together and -""" --r- -. I
Eastside and Lake Weir. are playing with excitement," she
has returned to the
Ann Taylor says. 1 1I
lineup and: has added a spark to the ratfe... S It It II MQ I
team, said Coach Sue Trieste. __| ....._ t It W 4 33
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BUS 37, O. Forest 21 T_. Klnd... :t-O-t. CtMndei Wooo. 3-O-4. Ann
Latara Jackson scored 13 points to Taylor O-I/2-IJ. tot.Ui, I.JJ-I/4.JO.
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lead the Tornado JV girls 37-21 by .
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Ocala Forest in the Bradford High 1-0-2 K. Wlko:./.-.. totol.: ....211.33. -
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gym Tuesday night Dec. IS. BHS 62 Lake Weir 10
BHS led 10-2 after the first period,
22-13 at the half The BHS JV five blew out Lake Your Hometown Bank >
1.61..d 1".7. 17 Weir 62-10 in a Dec. 11 road game. -

0....,.... 1 ,. 4 4 '1 Dana Norman scored 15 points, ,
roor4 ((17)). Dona Norman 1.2-0/0-7 ArlicyaWllllom. Latara Jackson 14 and Ann Taylor 10 The h
3-1/1-t.: Ann taylor' !.*/2 t, Lalara Jackxxi
Weir is not
( *!/:.13, .h OMtorwMIn-.Il..k.1ah. .ol..a,K.tlmpklnt' team," said Coach Trieste. "We A
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The JV five broke into the lead 1-0-2.Arfcovo Wllllonn/ l4..Umr J.Uo. -/..'.).
with an 18-10 second quarter perfor- Ann Taylor _... Hhonoo n/onl _.... e. llHrtonkonon Member FDIC ,/ 6 ?M ,
and went on to beat I-I/I-J, Chonaa Waoat l4.. TowanaKlnUor Bradford '' '
mance 304.To.., Square Shopping Center. ,y,4 '
Gainesville Eastside 50-33 on the Uko Weir (lt> A. Tuckor 1-0-2. McCurouoH 34, & Our Branch At Wlnn Dlxte'r 4. .....
BHS floor Dec. 10. c."'". l-O-l.Total S4/4-IO.
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After losing season
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Dec. 8 the
Macclenny, Tuesday, ,- ,
Tornado grapplers returned home to BHS 15 Baker 36 banking needs. "

conquer the Vanguard Knights The Tornado wrestlers opened ./
Thursday Dec. 9. "This was a big match against L-
their season with a ------ ,..
win for us," said Coach Brett Purdy, Tuesday
Baker High at Macclenny, ,
"It will give the team confidence.' Dec. 8.The For Your Convenience: We Offer Our Holiday Business Hours
Wildcats clawed their way to
BHS 59 Vanguard 25... .,
a 36-1S team win over the Tornadoes, .
After gaining the experience of who won only four of the 14 matches .. -' .. To
one match: at Macclenny the team while losing eight matches by pin I enable our staff to celebratethe. holidays

was concentrate over the jitters on the and match was: able said to falls and two matches on points. .. ..JJ.:(.! ::-.1".. din their families our"main office and branch iI i I

Coach Purdy. -i.d.d Ii---; ,ii .- '. Wlnn Dixie's Marketplace will be closed: I iI
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Road Paving a Slow Process,

Commission Tells Residents

Sampson Trestle Road (SW 11th time. They addmitted a lot of Road had been passed over several
Street) will be paved one day, but fishermen and hunters use the road, times." ii
there's no telling when, county com- but said they're not concerned about Waters pointed out it's less than
missioners told a group of residentswho them. One lady said the road has half a mile to pavement going either

live on the road. been so rough that outboard motors way on Bessent Road.Commissioner as well on the wall as it does on the The standard phone that beats all standards.
Sampson Trestle Road has been jump off boats. Waters suggestedand desk.

removed from the paving priority "It could be added, but it's going the board agreed to put down Choice of dialing mode. FC 151 offers
list. The residents asked that it be to be a long while before Sampson limerock in the worst places now Convertible design. This model doubles as wall pulse
put back on the list Commissionerssaid Trestle Road is paved Chairman Chairman Mosley reiterated the a dialing; works with rotary and Touch-tone lines.
they could put it back on the list Lawrence Mosley candidly told the road won't be paved in the next two or desk model whichever your needs require. FC 155 offers true Touch-tone, for speed of dialing

but it wouldn't mean the road will be residents. Attending the meetingwere years, but said the board will do Sleek-line style. Even the functional can look and compatibility with tone-accessed services.
paved any sooner. Tommie L. (Mrs. Herb) Rix, what it can to keep the road modem and beautiful. .
Only three roads are currently on Betty Gleason, Mrs. A.T Cooper passable. Fully modular. Comes with clip-in connectors for
the paving priority list. The list is: Mrs. Gladys Nettles, and Alice andBuck Next project will be Forsyth Road, Lighted dial. Illuminated for your convenience.easy installation or movement from room to room.
1) Forsyth Road (SE 11th Street). Oswald. expected to be expensive with much
2) Seminole Ridge Road near "The residents out there know it's right of way to purchase and borrow Pulse/tone switchable, automatic redial, quality- Traditional bell ringer with ringer volume control.
Melrose in the SE end of the county. going to be a long time before it's pits to be built to state specifications tone ringer, and more. Automatic gain control. Ensures sound
3) The extension of Bessent Road paved, but they want it on the list," Mosley says.Commissioners quality
(SE 2nd Avenue) off SS-230. in frontof said District 5 Commissioner Wilbur haven't decided even with multiple instruments on the line.

the hospital. Waters. yet when to start on Forsyth Road.
The residents pointed out Sampson "That's no good (putting the roadon Funds from the four cents per gallon
Trestle Road is a school bus the list)," said Oist. 3 Commis- local gasoline tax are accruing at
route, that 1 it J.s not passable all the sioner Maxie Carter Jr. "Bessent about $24,000 per month.

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$77,240 grant to pave a road to tlon Fund developed by the state to way. The City agreed to accept the
the Sunshine Industries site In act as an inducement where a road as a public street.
Starke's industrial park on SR-100 transportation problem exists for a Both the Economic Development
south has been approved for the Cityof company to locate or expand in a Corporation and the Development
Starke by the state Dept. of Com- local government jurisdiction. The Authority have asked the City to
merce. fund is administered by Sec. of Com- name the street as a memrorial to p
Award of the grant was announcedDec. merce Jeb Bush in coordination with L.M. Gaines for the vital role the ,
11 by J.E. Tomlinson, the Department of TransportationDOT late zoning director, Chamber ex-
of the Bradford County Economic ( ). ecutive, and DEA chairman playedin
Development Corporation (EDC Decision of Sunshine Industries to the economic development of
"This grant makes the creation of re-locate its job training facility Starke and Bradford County.
Enterprise Park a reality," Tomlinson from SR-16 west to the EnterprisePark The plan for the road includes im
said. "The construction of the provided the necessary induce- provements to SR-100 at the in-
road, along with water and sewer ment to qualify for the grant, which tersection to the Park and includes
facilities, makes possible the will provide funds to construct the both right and left hand turning
building of Sunshine Industries' new road to serve only Sunshine In- lanes.The 0.81 mile road in the Park u FeY ,- J
facility as the first occupant of the dustries at this time. As future occupants will be 24 feet wide on a 60-foot right- ,. .
park. None of this would be possible become committed, addi- of-way. Specifications of the road -- --
without the complete support we tional road funds can boroquested call for construction necessary for The phone that remembers numbers for
: have received from the City, the complete the entire roadtpvoject. industrial traffic. Construction will full-service phone with full-scale value.
i County, and our business communit The Bradford County DevelopnSent be by contract with the City of you.
, : ." Authority donated 3.6 acres of Starke under the supervision of T.C. 1000-foot range" With range-extending antenna.
Twenty-four-number Store numbers.foronebutton
1: The grant comes from the the Enterprise park to'I the City of Skinner Associates, the Authority's memory. Pulse/tone dialing switch. Now can easily,I
EconomicDevelopmentTransports.News Starker/or! the 0.61 mile road right-of- engineers, and the Gainesville office speed dialuagalnduaes'space for three you (
emergency numbers. Battery batk-up protects switch from tone dialing to rotary (pulse) dialing.
E memory. Digital security system. Program your own code to
I t New Taxi I
Operations Approved Chain dialing. Allows you to program in the extra protect your line from unauthorized access.

digits needed for long-distance SerVices, Automatic redial. Push a button to instantly redial

i: by Buster Hahn the. cause. It appears the sewer line The council turned the request Desk/wall convertible. tyling looks good the last number called.
from the church to the mainline runs over to Attorney Brown for Modern
BCT The Staff Rev. A.J.Writer Simmons petitioned Uphill, Schaefer said. research, before considering the request anywhere. 't' :ti1, ." Desk/wall convertible, dear: and;mute buttons,

a: the council several weeks ago to "Would a one-way valve solve the further.told that he a Hold button, flash button, pause button, Iast-t.) volume control, status Indicator lights, external
Schaefer asked Schaefer Greenberg
taxi in the city problem city ringer, and more.
allow him to operate a engineer,Don Ruckman. will vote against the request, number redial, pulse/tone swit< !able, ringer.

the. Following council turned routine the procedures applicationover uckman said a "backflow regardless of Attorney Brown's volume; A +Al circuitry, fully Jfiodular plugs. and

to Chief of Police Jimmy preventer" may be the answer, but report. jacks, and more. .. .
we need to find out what is causingthe
Bowen for a character
Other Matters...
problem. Ruckman, whose firm
prior to issuing a license.In .
the regularly scheduled council Bessent, Hammock and Ruckman, Councilman Bobby Biggs reportedthe ,.
meeting, Tuesday Dec. 15, Chief I already studying Starke's sewer city needs 50 stop signs," 25 ,
Bowen stated there is nothing in system, and will present his recom- "Slow- Children signs, 100 "25
Rev. Simmons background toE mendations, possibly in February. MPH" signs and 50 "No Parking" P .-
Silcox told The council agreed to buy the
preclude his receiving a license tolrE Councilman Vernon signs. '
operate<< a taxi in the city. Chandler that the city will correct its signs as requested. Quality
The motion to allow J< lrE to provide taxi service carried 40. to correct any problems in the con- Is underway, and looks good.The
: .. necting lines Chandler said the city is resurfacing approximately 14 Telephones
ewer Problems:;;., church Is prepared to takecare of miles of streets. ,
told the 'council "our problems, but we feel the city is Attorney Brown told the council
Ross Chandler water backs city u the liable Ifor( damages already incur- that it cannot accept the offer of Are In... .
that sewer located red)." $35,000 for the surplus generatorwithout
of God in Christ, at
Church advertising for bids. The
Silcox moved to instruct the city
1003 Pine St., asking the city to correct engineer to look into the sewer problem council, not wishing to miss the sale,'
the problem, and pay for as it relates to the church and authorized Clerk Neil Tucker to,,
damages to the carpet and other other residents in the area, and advertise and hold bid opening as ex-
items as result of the faultyaewer;., recommend corrections to be made. peditiously as possible! Competitive
1 system. -
did not Carried 40Dance woods asiced: tne council to
Chandler said the problem With Me... mayor
occur until new sewer lines were in- approve the construction of racquetball Prices!
stalled by the city, some time agq. Entrepreneur Allen Greenberg and tennis courts to be con- ; .1
Water only backs up into the church asked the council to permit the opening structed at the recreation field on --- -
rains, indicating theE of a non-alcoholic dance hall in Edwards Road. The construction is
following lines not heavy clogged. one of the vacant store buildings on to be funded by a grant of $5,200, .. ::
;I:' Councilman Charles Schaefer Call St., either the old Stump's with the city and: Recreation Depart- THE The ultra-compact machine that answers
Department Store building, or the ments each paying like amounts, fora
with the
f' reported he is familiar problem Store building. your phone with a voice of its own.
old Koch's
and the city has investigated Drug total of 15600. t OFFICE :
Male/female voice chip. You can switch between a ;1

d male and female -recorded voice, instructing
)I Briefs SHOP .. -I'
callers to leave a message.
'form So hours' of community service.. serious injuries. I IT
w mruie Violator Arr stea... The officer's report stated that Allan Dale Tenly, driver, and + i 110 W.coil l st. Single mlcro-cas tke'.ijxords' messages up to 30

Wade Williams, 29, was Williams had not met the conditionsof Blair Moyers, passenger, were both seconds long. Vbu Mctyvated control eliminates
r r arrested Pernell at the Bradford County attending DUI school or doing injured when their 1985 Toyoto over- 1. 964-5764 blank space on tape, allows for more messages.
Gil work.The report further turned on the Sampson Trestle' .
Courthouse by Deputy Sheriff with David violation stated that Williams said, "He was Road, at 12:15: a.m., Saturday, Nov.. Starke.. Flo. i Two-way record Tape conversations between L '
and charged
:a A. Aderholt either and that 28. Trooper D.L. Dean charged Ten-- callers and E, '
of Williams is In not going to do one d yourse '
:r: parole. the could take care of him." ly with careless driving. 8995
bond denied Judge
i X custody, with by P Convenient, compact design. ,
,, .
George Williams Pierce.was originally chargedwith Automobile Accidents... James Todd, 48, Worthington Spr- Answer ready message and two-way Indicator

DUI and having no license tag. Area residents were Involved in ings, was charged with failing to lights, and more. :I
driver' license "
accidents duringthe carry or exhibit a .
On that, charge, Williams was re- three automotive
quired to attend DUI school and per- past week, but there were now Saturday, Nov. 28.



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B. Section.Lake Region Monitor Union County Times .

Thursday December 17. 1987

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Vo-tech Students Get _

, Views From the Pros"A {:a ti 1'tfirt"

good machinist is the best to the engine re-assembly depart- Aw .'yarii
friend a mechanic has". Jose ment- or clean room. Il r" ro ti
Sabatier told the students of Brad- Here, engines were in the process
ford/Union Vocational School as of being reassembled, adjusted and ,
ZabattEngine recent field trip at tested prior to final Inspection, pain- r
Service, Inc., in West ting and delivery.
Jacksonville.The Jose Sabatier reminded the group
diesel mechanic course of his opening statement about themechanc's
students led by their instructor,Jim- best friend. "Whether in
mie Thornton, spent most of the day the machine shop or in your own dt
looking and listening to the sights place of business, reassembly and ,., A
and sounds of this major heavy duty final preparation for operation ',
engine machine shop In operation. demands a great deal of skill, t
Work schedules were not alteredfor knowledge and pride. A perfectly
the visit. The twenty students performing, dependable engine for { 6
toured in groups of ten on. separate your customer is a satisfying work 'I
Thursdays. experience for the mechanic and his _
f A vocational school graduate machine shop." _
himself, the owner wanted them to This was the second Bradford-
see and experience the actual skills Tech student group to tour Zabatt
and demands of the machinist craft. Engine Service, Inc. Numerous 1 : p
"A good machinist is an extension of aspiring mechanics and individual
a gpod mechanic", he told them. students from North Florida have
"You learn to trust and his been given tours, advice and ...' .. _
experience." rely on assistance for student projects by 11)I. :---- --.:::.. N. r : --J1 ;,; "'- .r. ,,-...- en-, ._ ,'
Th(.students saw connecting rods the owner. "I'm never too busy to First-Hand Experience...
beln reconditioned, were given an help a sincerely,interested student", I
explanation of engine balancing and Zabatt machlnUt We Smith, at left,sets up a dJesel engine crankshaft to demonstrate M*Job to Bradford Vo-tech student on a tour a* part of their ti.i- -g.
blower remanufacturing. They were See. Vo-tech Page 3 Smith also demonstrated Magnaflux testing for student Scott Adam(far left)and (center to rear) Raymond Craven,Tom Barton Raymond Iey.... John
shown crankshaft turning,camshaft Ford.
reconditioning, magnaflux (a .. ;
magnetic particle procedure to ,
detect metal cracks), block honing ..

and tions.boring and align-bore opera- 4a. ., .. ..

Ip the cylinder head departmentthey c '' '
saw pressure testing, surfacing .
valve seat reconditioning and .,. : __________________, f
valve grinding. Zabatt Engine Ser- SELECT YOUR SERVKL
vice utilizes state of the art equip-
ment which permits multiple cuts of
valve seats in a single operation. ; -.
Precise vacuum testing is conductedon YFO rQIi a Gasrf ''k) Gull -
the same machine during the r3 Gu.n..bci
same set up. Traditional grindingand sn ouii ';:SUPER

lapping is eliminated.The XHD
next to final stop was in the ,i:.DUTY
less attractive, but essential, clean- '' ': MoTOR OIL
ing area. Complete engine and parts e .'Mc:1TOR... : 011.
come as they are- and dirty- .nmr
then disassembled and thoroughly i arv" .:::i i'
cleaned. Here is where it all begins, uau .erusWM .... ..u...... ....'",
uaan wo
the students were told. Those who
don't pass here, don't move up. it
With that somber demonstrationof ... '
-- IU a UJ- TtBlB'4'lit&l&
final the, realities but more of appealing apprenticeship/ visit ,was the Getting a Closer Look... Gulf has the motor oil for the way you work.
Machinist Russell Burnett demonstrate equipment to student Johnny Ford

and Raymond Craven. Regardless of the service for which your engine was designed, the I

. -_. ,-- 'Ymt. r" '"l' ...._. selection of the right motor oil can keep it working harder longer. *
..\; Registration at S r..dC" That's why Gulf makes three dif fef encommercial motor oils to hah- ,

die the service levels you need most.

I As registration continues for the Gulf Super Duty Plus is highly recommended for use in
Winter Term at Santa Fe Community An offer like this
College Starke Center, Coordinator onlyfit. mixed fleets and equipment operating under the most demanding
Dr. Bernie McFadden conditions. But, for gasoline and diesel-powered engines working
pointed out seats are still available under all but the Gulf
most severe requirements. Super Duty is an
in several classes of special interest.As
a part of the Bicentennial excellent choice. And. for gasoline engines in all situations, or diesel

Chuck Celebration McKeown of the teaching Constitution a 3, comes.: a ear engines in light to moderate-duty service Gulf lube*Motor

credit class in American History en- Oil XHD offers the right combination of protectionand

titled, "Special;: Topics The Con- economy. -

Special stitution.Topics The principal course on focus the of Con-the ""' Gulf motor oils, for all the ways you work. Call Gull i

stitution will be on the 1787 Conven- us today.
tion itselfthe debates, com f -: %'f
promises, and the end product- < ,
United States Constitution! Atten- ,;'
tion will also be devoted to the ;"
events leading up to and following (' < -
the "Federal Convention". . Register Oil Company
McFadden will teach what he calls ", ,,
"a very interesting philosophy "
class" in Ethics, grappling with 308 S. Thompson St. 964-5888
such topics as capital punishment, Starke, Fla. 32091

modern euthanasia leprosy.The abortion. or Aids- the r For just $18.50 .. .

popular Dr. April O'Connellhas with purchase we have .. c t
a class in "Touring Theatre" in any SPIMI6-I06I
which the class will prepare a one- a special Christmas offer for you. you'll
act play to be presented at the
elementary schools in Bradford receive six eyeshadows two foundations two lipsticks

County.Artist Norman Jensen win teach a two blushers concealing cream makeup applicators 11 .. a; '= i'a; '"as.rr + +

class in Beginning,ainting.Dr. and a small flacon of our exclusive new French par- '
McFadden urged students to
register soon because the college fum Decollete-all in a bright red compact.That's Merry Christmas |
will be closed from Dec. 23 to Jan. 4. the total retail
Winter Term classes begin Jan. 5 nearly a $50 savings off -
and run to April 28. Registration is value. This offer is available November 16 through
held daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. +
In addition to basic classes in December 31. Supplies are limited.noRman 1988 Fleetwood Doublewide +
Math, English, Science, History,
Social Winter Sciences Semester,and also Humanities includes Prin-,the )ll 1 3 Bedroom I 2 Baths ..

ciples of Management, General STUDIO
Psychology, Art Appreciation, mERLE
Human Growth and Development, :: $14 995
First Aid, Computer classes, Prin- 118 S. Thompson St. 964-7355 (Loaded) Ii'f
ciples of Economics, Spanish, Accounting "
Public Speaking, Business 4-
Law and Ethics. For more informa- Shingles/Hardwood Plywood/2x4's +
tion call 964-5382.
i -- - --- u -- -_-_.._ _ _,.._.._..._.._ _, -_-_-_-_-_ -- - )jI, Appliances; Carpeting; Drapes ..

; f1 J Lee's Restaurant III 4. **Delivery Fleetwood's, Set-Up External, Anchors Warranty, Steps*'* It M

s : + Christmas Special! ....

800 N.Starke Temple Ave & Lounge, 984-66O1 1 I Offer Expires Dec. 24th at Midnight ,> < jvi ::

.y"1m: { bi
,,,d.' "
i ', Christmas Eve Specials from: to 10 p.m.. q CJitt'f Vi"j': ",,](
ii .J' hl
.. -< ; 0'r
r (Betveeatx US 4 &XiQ 't.'w ,
i All You Can Eat Buffet t8.50' 4i p ;S' ti 3"x ;>c i3 o.; ma. ( +

Peking Duck Fried Shrimp B-B-Que House Special '

: Alaskan Snow Happy Family Chicken Lo Moln 4' 752-8627 ti
Crab Chlcken-Ir-Shrlmp. B-B-Que Ribs Fried Rice =/
a W/CIiln.s. Vegetable yam,,,

i a a a s Choice.of Egg Drop.Wonton Soup, Hot & Sour Soup & With Salad| Bar tnctuded.A=:g,.;... .+ ... =- + ... .a; '=-+ .. .a; + .. '=-+ .. .a; =:;.. I'Bradford '



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Two Bradford Men Van Harold Prescott,47,of Starke Steele. charge of aggravated battery when pleading to a lesser included ed by Judge Osee Fagan to serve six
and William Wilson, Jr., 33, of Prescott was charged with con- taken into custody by federal mar- Wilson who was sentenced to months in the county ail.A five year
I Face Cocaine ChargesTwo Lawtey appeared in U. S. District spiracy to distribute-cocaine, shals. years in prison July 20, which probation period will follow with
I Bradford County residents Court in Jacksonville recently. possession with Intent to distribute Wilson has been charged with one suspended, was to serve six reimbursement to be paid within 90
have been charged with cocaine Prescott was arraigned Nov. 30 and and distribution of cocaine. The count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine confinement in a jail type or days of release- from jail and he
distribution and related charges in Wilson was arraigned Dec. 9, accor- alleged conspiracy took place on ,according to Steele.The alleged ment facility. Wilson pleaded must submit to substance abuse
federal court. ding to Assistant U.S.Attorney John dates between July 1983 to 1987 in conspiracy took place between to using a telephone to testing.
Bradford County. Prescott has beenon April and Dec. 1983. felony. Sumner's son, John David
parole since 1983 after serving a Wilson was arrested earlier this Sumner, 19, pled no contest to
prison sentence for a 1980 burglary year on drug charges stemming possession of more than 20 grams
Short Bowling conviction in Duval County. He was from a 1984 investigation.He received Father and Son cannabis and was placed on five
in the Bradford County Jail on a a suspended sentence after Get JailProbationFor years probation by Judge Fagan.He
Is to continue counseling and reim-
League Selling Pot burse the state $150.

Now Two members of a family
Sumner's wife, Marath W.
27 for selling marijuana at
PHYSICAL THERAPY residence May north of Starke Sumner, 45, also charged, was rejected -
: t sentenced Nov. 30 in Bradford from the pretrial intervention
Call Starke Lanes : JERRY FISHER. P.X. I ty Circuit Court. program. Her case was continued to
Clarence Alex Sumner, 47, the January trial docket, accordingto
BY APPOINTMENT 964.6000 guilty to possession of more court records.
964-8175 grams of cannabis!and was After receiving complaints earlier
II this year of numerous teenagers
purchasing marijuana from a home
north of Starke on US-301, Sheriff
Dolp Reddish opened an In-
vestigaion which led to the arrest of
10,000 the Sumner family living in the
home. Approximately 24 ounces of
WinnDixieOVER' PRICES marijuana was found in the
GIVE YOU A residence,which was selling for$100

rw --- LOWER FOOD an Clarence ounce. Sumner was chargedwith

COMPARE OUR PRICES-YOU'll LIKE THE SAVINGS! Orange a similar County.offense in prior yearsin


Y DECEMBER 17 24, 1987 -IMF Foster Gets Time

For Brooker RobberyA

22-year-old Brooker man was

Make List and Check it Twice. : the sentenced beating to and 4V4 robbing years in of an prison elderly for

I a .. Brooker woman last July.
1 Carl Lamar Foster pled no contestto

Then head for Winn-Dixie and Will'"N-:Ix E burglary assault while with armed firearm and last aggravated -
BE OPEA month in Bradford County Circuit
CN R/St/t Court. Foster was sentenced by
UNTIL srVr Judge Osee Fagan to 4'/4 years on
7 p' each count(to be served concurrently -
Everyday Low Prices. ChRCIOSECBEBOTPOM : ) with a mandatory three years.
Foster was arrested July 22 after
he blasted his way into the Brooker
DAy home with a shotgun. When the VIC-
tim ran from the house Foster
L PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION: followed her and grabbed her after
GU ARAN9T she fell in the yard. He yelled at her
STARKE to get back in the house or he would
US WALNUT ST-BRAOFORD SOOAHt SHOPPING CENTER-OEU PHONE:M4M1JW03ffiB blow her brains out, then left her ly-
OOD 6 1. ing in the yard and returned to
burglarize the house. He was arrested -
=") later by deputies.No .
newcomer to the prison
system, Foster was sentenced to 30
/ JTA DEEP SOUTHMAYONNAISE ..: (SLICED FREE) months in the Department of Correc-
C WHOLE ((12-LBS. UP) tions in 1984 for violation of proba-
tion for aggravated assault and
SMOKED grand theft. He had been released
\ from prison just months prior to the
MAYONNAISE 32 M.Ml. SIc PEPSI July arrest.
I HAMS Foster's prison time will be followed
by ten years probation.

4],, by r Two Men SentencedFor

KRAFT M $117sm Sexual AssaultTwo

2. J'j
MAYONNAISE men were sentenced
i LB. December 7 to serve prison time for
27 the sexual abuse of two.small. Hampton -
$1 children J
32 Mil MMM MMJI .
JMMEOULAN. -MAI.CMW..N.-ALE.7.UP Donald Ray Taylor 3a>>wiUva.Spr'ing ,
.'i . . ".:Y',89t Ham H" Smoked Ham *. 'JiPWeD Town'Texas; address wafound
guilty of two counts of lewd and
lascivious assault! upon a child under
16 years of age and was sentenced to
serve IS years in the Department of
.AOC*nlCTIIIC"1II( MOULAH.AOC>ELECTRIC! HIM : Corrections. The offense occurredover
-- ASTOR ; MAXWELL HOUSE ( J BROADIREASTED the past three years involvingtwo
= $.. COFFEE 111 COFFEE I 61c' children under 11 years of age.
L TURIEY..1 Richard Timothy Orton, Jr., 20,of
..... $179 I $O19we Graham was found guilty of attempted -
IM fc lewd or lascivious assault upon
child under 16 years of age and
another charge of lewd or lascivious
'I assault upon child under 16 years of
LeSUEUR 57 PEACHES.AID SSe SHOULDER 97e .iI I age and was sentenced to 3'/i years

PEAS . 1-CAN SS PICNIC. . tl ''WHARFWC' DOC rently.on The each offenses charge occurred to run concur-in Mayof

FANCY SMAll.ASTOR. W-O CI WILL this involving two children
2 $100 EAGLE BRAND $| 19 -Z-A CARVE $ J)97) MAFOOO EXTRA/ =AT NO under 12 year years old.Orton's .
prison time will be followed -
j . u by five years probation. Judge
THIIfTT MAID *M LIGHT IW'""| COD $..91 Osee Fagan recommended that both

CRANBERRYSAUCE 2 $ H 00 COORS 1.MI$1176 BUTTERBALL 91e FILLET II. II u. men offenders receive while counseling in DOC. for sexual


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I "" OINM m MOtttV HAM.LM.0

\ Itf 59C I:: 99c HOLIDAY $21' Registration began this week for
HAM DINNER Winter 1988 classes at the Santa Fe
i.- IISOIIIAA.OSX.r ESWIA SOOV TIME ZllIIO r.My Starke Center in
fTO 901* ff BMUO TUMtlV|M.It :MMm .-COOKM WMWtT) Community College
FABJRGE ORGANICPOLAROID\ Ion $1411 MiH .._. the renovated histroic courthouse on I
111 501.1.5.AMD a-
SHAMPOO e F LJIf199C -.,T.050 West Call Street. I
c' TURKEY $ SFCC Starke Center Coordinator
I: $897 Dr. Bernie McFadden looks forwardto
: uaI DINNER . . 1.eII record enrollment in the expanded -
Winter Semester offering of 43
SUftRMANO VMMIUA CHOCOIATI, FUND( day and night classes. He urged
OVAL, NIO9OUTAN. UTTHSCOICH students to register early becausethe
FLORIDA ova 9* BANANA college will be closed for the
OaANGES sLIL 99C holidays and the Winter Term
ORANGES s ICE HALF c begins Years one day break.Registration after. the ChristmasNew -

CREAM . GAL is held daily from 10
D.NL04 4 p.m.with a special evening
HARVEST FRESH eCHOCOCHARM c session on Thursday, December 17
58e from to 8
DRINK . . 8 p.m.
. a : .ILL In addition to basic classes in
Math, English, Science, History,
FRESH $1 99 SUPERSRAND sloe Social Sciences and Humanities, the

= PINEAPPLE . . IACII SOUR CREAM . . Sill ciples Winter Semester of Management also includes, General Prin-

-- Psychology, Art Appreciation,
SELECT MERICO FRENCH Human Growth and Developemnt,

.. w' TOMATOES . . u. J8e ONION DIP . . First Aid of,Economics Computer,classes Spanish, ,Principles Accounting

Public Speaking Business
Law and Ethics.
I Start your set of .4 HeW ITEMS FROM WINH-DIx1E There are several classes of

: Blue <<@OR"i iO. FblGWCOffE$3" will special teach Interest.a Thursday Chuck McKeown part

Saucer In the constitution
course as a
j'1 Wlt/,; t W=I '.)I' FOUNTAIN FRESH KRAFT DRESSING. t= 93C the Bicentennial celebration. Nor
man Jensen will teach a class in
I pbrcelainFlneChina Regular$1.99 \\ REFILLS
$ "Beginning Painting" on Wednesday -
revs 299CFOUNTAIN nights.April O'Connell will continue -
A20'pNc..rvk.lar4..y.Wo..vpIM11Each S999: W (r CO I'" her exciting work with a
Q GOWN PIINCI SHILV A::$125 theater group that performs In the
place setting piece .j FRESH -.-- schools under the title "TouringTheatre"
4 .. ....mlT. PUSS & BOOTS. w $100 .
this heirloom ..::::,--_ REFILLS The Winter Semester begins on
":... __
:;=::. .. P-ro
quslitychiru/ DIY ;::.=.. .......... i. M...-:...'" 3 IK 99c HUlST HAMBEAHS = $1' January For more S and ends information on April 28., call

9649382.PalCe .


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Tammie Corbett discovers a new life working with staff ,at Sunshine Industries


Tammie Corbett started working rect coins to purchase a snack from Prior to her enrollment at Sunshine with anyone who will listen.She par- way to KO to reach her "maximumlevel goals and dreams of Tammie and
at Sunshine Industries a year ago. the vending machine. Her attention Industries, Tammie's mother ticipates In many social functions Independent the other 55 handicapped Individualswho
Until then, she spent much of her 28 span has improved in these classes, reported that Tammie would frequently sponsored at the workshop, such as with courage, funCtioning"d work at Sunshine Industries.
years staying at home, mostly wat- as the training progresses, becauseshe become very nervous or parties and bowling. Tammie assistance from the Sunshine In- Plans are in the making for a new
ching television and staying at her Is eager to practice and agitated when she was with a groupof recently won a fourth place ribbon in dustries staff as well as her family facility at the new industrial park in
mother's side.Tammie demonstrate more of these newly acquired people. Tammie had always been the Special Olympic Bowling Com Tammie will reach her full potential Starke. With the community's
who was diagnosed with skills. right at her mother's side for 28 petition and plans to participate in someday.Indeed,Tammie has comea generous support Sunshine In-
mental retardation at birth, lives Tammie is very proud of her years. As soon as her mother's feet the Track and Field Events in the long way over the last year,but the dustries will continue to provide
with her sister and parents in achievement over the last year, touched the floor in the morning, spring. road ahead is even longer. With continued valuable training, as these Individuals -
Lawtey. The only formal education which can be witnessed when she Tammie would get up. She followedher Through the valuable training of- support not only from her strive to meet their maximum
Tammie received was attending packs a whole box of plasticware by mother everywhere and In- fered at Sunshine Industries, Tammie family and SI staff,but also from the independence.The .
public schools for about a week in herself or writes the first letter of teracted with very few others. has not only acquired new skills, generous contributions of the com- public is encouraged to sup-
the early 1970s. This experience was her name, without assistance. She With her experience at Sunshine but her mother reports that Tammiehas ,munity, Tammie's road gets shorter port Bradford Association for
not successful due to Tammie's difficulty has learned the valuable associationof Industries,Tammie has not only left shown more initiative at home, each day.Bradford. Retarded Citizens by sending their
in adjusting to structured en- "good, hard work" and money. her mother's side, but she has performing new household tasks Association for Retarded tax-deductible donation to B.A R.C.,
vironments. However, throughout She has purchased personal items become a very Irlendly young never attempted before. Citizens is in the midst of a major P. O. Box 508, Starke, Fla. 32091, or
the past year,Tammie's adjustment such as a new pair of shoes, a woman who is always eager to talk Even though Tammie has a long fund drive to help meet some of the by calling Bob Larimer, 964-7699.
to Sunshine Industries has been very pocketbook and her lunch cooler
successful. Her mother credits this with her own earnings from the I r
success to Sunshine Industries' workshop. Eventually, she hopes to
staff's continuous support and pa- save enough money to purchase her Christmas Sale
tience, as well as their experiencewith own bowling ball, like the one her
working with the disabled sister uses in Special Olympics.
population.Initially. Tammie's supervisor reports that,
,when Tammie started at- with continuous training, Tammiehas aJ
tending Sunshine Industries in recognized and verbalizes the
January, 1987, she only worked 1-2 Importance of "good work habits" 250/0
hours a day, with her mother providing such as cooperation, following in- Off
transportation to and from structions, working quietly and in-
the workshop. This shortened work- dependently. Occasionally, when
day was established so that Tammie another employee misbehaves, she
1 I II
could gradually adjust to the struc- tells her mother, "Good girls don't Friday, Dec. 18 through Tuesday, Dec. 22
tured work routine at Sunshine In- act like that.
dustries. She gradually increasedher Tammie Is usually assigned to
workday to one-half a day and packing plasticware into box, when Ornaments Boxed Cards
started to ride the van'to work in the this contract is available. However, I
morning.By lately she has been setting up bat Christmas Gift Wrap Decorations
July, Tammie had adjusted to tery cans for inspection of defects. Party Goods
working the full workday, from 8:30: The plasticware contract Is her Fruit Cakes
a.m. until 3 p.m., and riding the van favorite, as she can pack over Christmas Baskets Christmas China
independently to and from work. twelve boxes a day.
Mrs. Corbett attributes Tammie's The area where Tammie has
success to her eagerness to become demonstrated the most improve-
more independent as well as enjoy- ment is with her social skills or in- MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE
ing the work she performs and the interactions. SunshineIndustries -- -- '
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Tammie, indeed, has become a but also an opportunity for Tammieto Tammie Corbett Hard at work at Stuwhlne Industrie 964-7810
more independent young woman work side by side with her peers.
from the training she has received
from Sunshine Industries. The Bryan's
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hnd daily living skills. Tammie at-
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i t Take A Break At One t I, KHHS Hosts Invitational Tourney

i Of Our Two Area Locations J ByMarkFrledlln Tuesday Dec. 22 and the finals set Oak Hall Tavares, Cocoa- Beach,
I LRM Sports Writer for Wednesday, Dec. 23 at 8 p.m. In West Nassau and host Keystone
The Keystone Heights High School the KHHS gym. Heights
704 N. Temple Ave. 834 W. Madison St. boy's varsity basketball team will The tournament is the biggestever "We are very excited about our
1 host the first"Keystone Classic" Invitational hosted by KHHS and includes school's chance to host such an ex-
964-459O 9648Q2Oi basketball tournament some of the finest 2A and 1A teams citing tournament," commented
beginning with first round action in the state, including Tallahassee KHHS Head Varsity Coach Mike
I t t tt I Monday, Dec. 21, semi-final play McClay, Walton Senior, Wakulla, Wingate. "We have some very exCiting
11III' .--- ---- ----- teams coming to this event,
with players who are fun to watch
; FOREMOST.S' PRIICE WiirsE Sale and play a fast-paced game. It
Prices should be excellent for the fans."
t -'VEP I i it 9fUU"' WGood With programs interest and soaring the In KH the Youth varsity -

== 1 ; combine to bring you League in the area, Coach Wingate
i D. 21 thinks the Keystone Classic is the
= LOWER PRICES type of event that can solidify the
t- I II I hold the sport is gaining on local
, and in North Florida in
I First round action Dec.21 includes
i II I Jack Wild Turkey Chlvas p.m.West,TaU.Nassau McClay vs. Walton vs.Cocoa Sr.Beachat at 2
4:15: p.m,Tavares vs. Wakulla at
$ I Ii Daniel 101 Regal1O' 6:15 p.m. and host KHHS vs Oak
I .
1,99 II I Hall at 8:30: p.m."It's
a great line-up Coach
11 13" tourney Wingate,said which of the Includes teams In many the
district and regional champions,
I "Tavares and Cocoa Beach may be
750 750 750 the favorites for the title, but they
i LUNCH BUNCH i ii will have plenty of competition."
At halftime of the tournament
Crown Gilbey Gilbey games,, there will be plenty of ac-
Royal Gin Vodka tests tivities to ranging drawings from for shooting prizes.con-Ed
i Featuring : i Agranowitz, the "Voice of the Induns" -
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Roast Beef Sub SandwichUSING : 13" 6" 6B8I the Trophies games."will be awarded to first,
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Recent ArrestsIn weapon: shotgun according to Lt. Robert Jerome Jeffert, 27, of the deputies winning. Tyler was additionally Dec. 3 a man and a woman wearing Man Gets
Glen Moore. Bond was set at$5,000, Starke was arrested Dec. 13 for Improper charged with battery of a stone-washed Jeans, jackets and Lawtey
Bradford CountyThe he was released on his own tag and expired driver law enforcement officer and caps were shopping in the jewelry Community ControlA
arrests madeIn recognizance. license, according to Patrolman G. resisting arrest with violence, said store when one of the clerks noticedthe
following were A. Hayes. He was released after a Aderholt.Total bond has been set at man putting watches In his 25-year-old Lawtey man was
Bradford County by local Traffic cash bond $30,000. remains in custody. placed on community control for 24
authorities. $101.25 was posted. Tyler pocket. She told him to put them
months for violating his probation.
James Arnell Drawdy, 32, of back on the counter but after the
David Luke to
Barry Lederall Williams, 26, of Lawtey was arrested Dec. 12 for Man Flees On Foot One ArrestedIn couple left a Croton Quartz watch in violation Joseph of probation pled on guilty three
Starke was arrested Dec. 12 for driving under Influence (DUD) and Gets ApprehendedA gold valued at $199.95 and a Croton charges of worthless check and was
retail theft, according to Patrolman driving while license suspended Jewelry TheftOne Quartz with diamonds valued at$595 sentenced Dec. 7. The community
K. R. Hinds, Jr. Williams was stop- (DWLS), 'according to Trooper man wanted for violation of probation arrest has been made in the were missing. control will be followed by three
ped as he was leaving TG&Y with a Phillip Kraszewskl. Drawdy's blood failure to appear,decided to Dec. 3 theft of Williams Jewdlry The couple left the area in a silver years probation,Luke is to continue
radio/cassette he had not paid for alcohol content was .17 percent, he run rather than be arrested Dec. 14 Store in Starke. Honda, according to Patrolman W. counseling.
valued at 3999. He was releaseafter was released after a $572.50 surety according to Investigator DavidAderholt. Diane Harris, 30, of Gainesvillewas C. Reno. Luke faces multiple charges of
a $210 surety bond was posted. bond was posted. arrested and charged with The man has been Identified and a probation violation for worthless
Richard Dewayne Tyler,who had grand theft.She was released after a warrant has been issued for his ar- check in Levy, Bradford and Clay
Leon Thomas, 38, was arrested Dennis M. Karezewski,40,was arrested two outstanding felony capias for his $1,000 cash bond was posted rest. Counties.
Dec. 14 for forgery: bank check and Dec. 12 for failure to appear arrest, was spotted by Aderholt in
forgery: uttering a bank check, according for no valid driver license the Pep-O parking lot. Instead of
to Investigator David (NVDLMa Union County charge), coming toward the patrol car Tyler
Aderholt. Thomas is charged with according to Investigator Aderholt.He took off running along the railroad '
forgery of a check made payable to was released after a $150 cash track with Investigator Don Denton FOR PRACTICAL PLEASING GIFTS.LOW PRICESShop
Leon DeSue in October. Bond was bond was posted. and Deputy Doug York in pursuit.A .!Florida Poet Control
set at $5,000, he was released on his train on the tracks prevented
own recognizance.. Kenneth Greg Morgan, was arrested Tyler from crossing and he con- :LORIDA LAWN & GARDEN CENTER
Dec. 12 for DWLS tinued south, going through the
Arnold Gene Sills,28,was arrested (indefinite),according to Patrolman creek and coming out in the Brad- 539 E. Call St. Open 9-3:3O 964-5745
Dec. 13 for retail theft and disorderly M T. Short. He was released after a ford Family Restraurant parking lot PEST
intoxication, according to $210 cash bond was posted. where Aderholt was waiting for him.
Patrolman John Hodges. Bond was Tyler still did not want to be taken CONTROL
set at a total of$1,000,he was released Ancil Council "Sonny" Tetstone, into custody and a fight ensued with /a CHEMICAL CO
on his own recognizance.Patty 42, was arrested Dec. 11 for NVDL, "-V rEATER
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Sue Sills, 39, was arrestedDec. Patrolman Susan Wilkerson. Bond PLJ&I' The Standard
13 for disorderly intoxication, was set at $101.25, he was releasedon u ot P@rl0rmaaC@m.wmun .
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Bradford Office of State Attorney Dale Lee Lamonte arrested July secuted In other jurisdiction. test,one year probation, go to BUGC transferred to misdemeanor divi- secutive.sentenced to 2V4 years DOC, con

Eugene Whitworth received JO. for grand theft auto; case Larry O'Neal arrested July 14 for and follow all their recommendations. sion. arrested
37 individuals and/or tampering with witness; defendant Inmate Jimmy Stephens
new cases transferred driving
to misdemeanor (
felony defendants for prosecution while license suspended), no in- pled to other charges. Joe Mack Benefield arrested June 22 for escape, pled no contest, RM Pane 1ZB

, during the month of November, according formation filed as grand theft,victim Loretta Lynn Baugess arrested August 17 for grand theft auto, petit '
to Investigator Wiley Clark. does not wish to prosecute. Sept. 11 for grand theft; victim does theft; pled no contest grand theft; ( -
Seven of the cases were prison George Milton Farmer arrested not wish to prosecute, case lacks placed on two years community con T f See me at
related. August 26 for burglary; dismissed, prosecutive merit. trol, submit to substance abuse, pay M f
, Information was filed on 20 prior defendant entering or in military Russell Walter Garrod arrested all fines, refrain from driving until TerwillegarMotors
: cases and the office declined to prosecute service. April 18 for introduction of contra licensed.
11 cases. Three cases were Larry Lewis arrested January 2, band into state prison; pled no con- Roosevelt Reed arrested July 7 for {!
dismissed. There were three jury 1986 for aggravated battery; pled no test to attempted Introduction, plac- aggravated battery; pled no contest
trials and the office filed two felony contest, sentenced to three years ed on two years probation,don't visit battery, placed on probation one for

J appeals.No probation: arrested August, 1987 for any DOC facility, submit to drug year, continue attending AA New &Used Vehecles
Judicial action was taken on six violation of probation (VOP); pled evaluation, 75 hours community service meetings and counseling at BUGC,
I cases and eight violation of proba- guilty, continued on probation as to be completed within first secure employment within 60 days, > 209 W. Madison St. Starke :
tions were filed. Fifteen pleas of modified to include special conditionof year of probation. no physical altercations yith wife. I
guilty were accepted. serving 364 days Bradford County James C. Owen arrested April 21 Inmate Norman Horn arrested 964-7200
, Twenty-nine misdemeanor cases for burglary, grand theft; pled no August 11 for escape; found guilty in Ir 4 a

were fLied and four prior cases were Jail.Raymond Tyson arrested Nov. 30, contest to burglary, placed on five trial, sentenced to 12 months, consecutive I 4 .,-_,-- h Eddie Starling
'\ dismissed by the office in 1986 for burglary, grand theft; pledno years probation, make restitution, with time being served.
. November, said Clark. The office contest, placed on five years pro- 100 hours community service, maintain Willie DeSue arrested Oct. 27 for
declined\ to prosecute 16 cases and bation: arrested Oct., 1987 for VOP, full time employment, be burglary; case transferred to misde- ./
one case was dismissed by the court. found guilty sentenced to 24 monthsin evaluated by BUGC. meanor division.
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There was one nonjury trial and 16 DOC. Ha nee Thornton arrested May 7 Anthony Dewayne French arrested -

guilty pleas were accepted. Jack Knight arrested July 16, 1986 for aggravated battery, pled no con Oct. 27 for burglary; caseDENMARK 3tnns Star/J,7'Cori a
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disposition during the month of John Lee Brown arrested Sept. 26, up
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Keith Howard Redding arrested five years probation: arrested Sept
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Covington arrested June 19 28, 1986 for aggravated assault; pledno I La-Z-Boy
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!Carlton Coving'on arrested July 15 1987 VOP filed, warrant dismissed. 9I4-H2I s\9I4-U27
.fo4 tampering with witness; defendant Cheryl D. Willingham arrested ,. IK-ri:00-:3ff( : Sat, 1:00-1::0ff :
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Funeral Services for Clara S. Baptist Church.
Townsend, 90, who died Tuesday, Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Dec. 1, were held on Friday, Dec. 4 Estelle Sarah Simpson; son, Donald CHANGE
at High-Black Chapel with the Simpson of Starke; daughter, Carol OIL
Reverend Paul Pollock, associate Strickland of Gainesville; brother, ,
Ormond Beach Methodist Harold Simpson of Starke.
/ pastor Funeral services were held Saturday LUBE
Church, officiating.A FILTER &
native of Salem, Ala., Mrs. Dec. 12 in the Chapel of Archie
Townsend had been a resident of Or- Tanner Funeral Home with Rev.
mond Beach since 1959,coming from Leland Strickland and Rev. Don
Haw Creek, Fl. She moved to Lake Scheetz officiating. Burial was in
Butler as a child and graduated Jacksonville Memory Gardens .
under the direction of Archie Tanner
School. She
, from Lake High
before Funeral Home of Starke. 7PECIAL
[\ taughfstdmol for two years .
becorrup&U1 cashier at the Lake ,# :-s. TACN6
l Card of ThanksThe
her father was
f ButlerQapk of which ,
president. She married Fulton Family of the late Mr. David I
McKinney Townsend in 1920 and James wishes to thank everyone for I RER
came to ormond Beach in 1959 to live acts of kindness shown to them during Offer Expires Dec. 31, 1987 'j- RCAOi ,
with her daughter, Eloise Morris. his illness and and their bereave- '
She was a member of the First ment. We would like to thank you for m INCLUDES FIVE ,
Methodist Church of Ormond Beach. the cards, condolences, flowers, and (QUARTS OF OILs
In addition to Mrs. Morris, she isI food prepared for us. A special
survived by another daughter, thanks to Haile Funeral Home of Consult your owner's manual tor
recommended maintenance Intervals. s VCR'5fLfIr
Elizabeth T. Yelvmgton, Daytona Starke.
Beach,two sons,James W.,Bunnell, Worn-out oil carries dirt '
Jr. Ft. Pierce; four _
and F.M. ,
sisters, Mrs. Warren Saunders, Mrs. Goldie Marie Bunch ---------- ...dirt that scratches away
Carmel, Ind., Mrs. Lee Huggins, Mrs. Goldie Marie Bunch, 77, of t Quasi So
Pensacola, Mrs. Kathryn Shaver Starke, died Saturday, Dec. 12 at her at engine parts. PRICED 238

and Mrs. Ben Powell, both of residence following an extended il- change oil regularly. FROM
Tallahassee; 11 grandchildren and lness.
21-great grandchildren. Born June 26, 1910 in Huntington,
W.Va., Mrs. Bunch moved to Starke "WORN-OUT MOTOR OIL
three from Sebastian, Fla.
Mr Douglas E. Bivins She was years a Baptist, a matron of OES CAN WEAR OUT YOUR ENGINE." REMOTE

Mr. Douglas Eldred Bivins, 24, of in Green Cove Springs, and retired
" Waldo, died early Saturday morn- from the Internal Revenue Servicein Must bring ad for Specials
ing Dec. 12, at his home following a Jacksonville. COLOR T.V.
/ fire accident. Survivors include one son, HaskelE.
Born in Lake City, he moved to Cromer of Raiford; five brothers, ORIAN WELLS Monitor Styling
I Waldo at an early age where he has George Evans of Mansfield Ohio,
resided since. He was a member of Thomas and Lester Evans both of CHEVYOLDSHwy
First Baptist Church of Waldo and Ft. Lauderdale, Donald Evans of FROM
employed by the Gates Energy Products Atlanta, Ga., and Paul Evans of 218k
Company of Alachua. He attended Beaumont, Tx.; three sisters, Flora 301 N. Starke96475OO
Waldo Elementary School in Meeks of Plant City, Fla., Shirley
Waldo, and graduated from Webb of Port Arthur, Tx., and Hilda
Hawthorne High School. Evans of California; and three
Survivors include his father and grandchildren.Memorial .
stepmother, Eldred and Dianne services will be held at STEREOS
Bivins of Earl ton; his mother, Mrs. a later date In Newberry, S.C., with GM QUALITY II ju"
Joan Hurley of Calif.; sisie., Mrs. Rev. Venoy Jolley officiating. Arrangements m SERVICE I PARTS .

Donna Ross .oft ,Melrose! ; step- are being handled by .,."...0., ..... CtMHMAl_ RACKS & COMPONENTS
. brother, Craig Jacobs of Earlton; Jones Funeral Home of Starke.

paternal grandparents, Clarence .,
_ and Jessie Bivins of Earlton; maternal "
H Melvin Hingson of
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News Briefs. i

Flim-Fiam Scheme Keith Gillingham, driving a 1985
Lawtey Man FHP
Hits Starke AreaA Chevrolet truck was northbound on TroopersContinue operated with defects such as bad Union CountyThe
US-301, slowed for a vehicle turning Turns Self InAdditionally License, brakes, worn tires and defective
'Film-Flam' artist is In the Into McDonald's and was struck by lighting equipment. In addition, attention Florida Highway Patrol will
Starke area this week, according to Hembree's 1984 Isuzu. Damages ChargedJerome Vehicle Inspections will be directed to drivers be conducting driver Uctrn and
Starke Police Chief Jimmy Bowen.A were estimated to be in excess of Lee of Lawtey was arrested Bradford CountyThe who would violate the driver license vehicle inspection checkpoint during
local man lost money he put up $5,000.Court'. Dec. 14 for failure to laws of Florida. the week of Dec. 18 through Dee.
appear Florida Highway Patrol will The 24 on SR-100, SR-121,Sa-Jll,Ia-NI,
to guarantee the sharing of money according to Investigator David be Patrol has found these check-
which had been 'found' by the con Aderholt. conducting driver license and points to be an effective means of en- SR-238, CR-18, CR-S37, Cft-SM,
Finals inspection checkpoints dur- CR-12S, CH-231A, CR-24A and CR-
artist. Lee turned himself in and additionally forcing equipment and driver
was ing the week of Dec. 18
through Dec. 796A in Union
"Remember, if a deal sounds too December 14 charged with grand theft 24 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18, license laws of Florida while insur- County.
good to be true, it probably is,"said The in another case, according to Lt. SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B, ing the protection of all motorists. -
Chief Bowen. peared following in Bradford individuals ap- Glen Moore. Lee allegedly stole CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231, -- ---.:::.- --
Citizens who have been approached Court before Judge Osee County Fagan to Lawtey.tapes and sold them to a man in CR-227, CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A 1-10x13 994 Deposit
in Bradford .
by someone offering sucha enter a change of plea. Their cases There County.Recognizing $10.00 Due
was no bond on the failure to the danger (Wall Photo) I at
'deal' asked presented .
are to contact local received final disposition.
authorities. the appear theft charge and a $3,000 bond on to the public by defective vehicle 1- 8x10 Pick'Up'
charge. Lee remains in
equipment, will
Inmate Ricky Floyd Newby pled Troopers concen-
custody. trate their efforts (plus tax)
Gainesville Man guilty attempted inmate possessionof on vehicles being 25x7

Charged In Accident contraband. Newby was sentenced II o..g'-.o n. D .... -. (} I' 23x5
to one year in the Department of
Russell Richard Hembree of Corrections (DOC). 16- King Size Wallets $1 099'
Gainesville was at fault in an acci-
dent Dec. 11 in Starke, according to Edward Cummings pled no con- 8Regular
Patrolman Susan Wilkerson. test burglary. Cummings was i WE USE

Hembree was also charged with sentenced to 2'Mi years DOC followedby Pa .. ,,,.... KODAK PAPER
aerry f0h ..,
driving while license suspended, he 2'/I years probation. Cummingswas ,,'" '" "IJf" ,.
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From Page 6B Jim Roy Simmons arrested June PaliMtto & Nlahtlngol f trs.Koyttono .
19 for aggravated assault (three Holght Urn.Ttiun. .
counts); pled no contest to improper ., DM. 17
Inmate Lawrence C. Herzog ar- exhibition of deadly fined
Photo Hours -H;: 1Si3OBRYAN'S
rested June 22 for possession of contraband $250 to be paid within 30 days.
drugs found 't ACE HARDWARE
; guilty by
trial, sentenced to six years DOC, Sworn complaints filed against Holiday 1101 South. FlorlitaFrl. Walnut St.Stark .
consecutive to any time now serving defendants for the following chargeswere -VI *
Set. Doc. 1C, 1*
also dismissed.
Ellis A. Platt arrested August 19 Retaliating against witness; victim Season Photo Houral t-12: 1-4

for escape; pled no contest escape, does not wish to prosecute. LUNCH BUFFET
sentenced to 18 months DOC, con- Tampering with a witness; insufficient -
secutive. evidence as to the defendant. Monday Friday
'Inmate Jasper Larry Bourage arrefted Inmate charged with possession of 11OOam2OOpmBeginning: :
Augsut 12 for introduction of contraband,weapon; case lacks pro- S
contraband; pled guilty to attempted secutive merit.Kidnapping Monday,
introduction, sentenced to four ; victim does not wishto Dec. 14
years DOC. prosecute.

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DOUBLEWIDEi central and air, In ci FOR 205 N. Temple, Starke, REM1oR
Call Susan F. _
9647955. Itpd 12/17
Faulkner Broker-Owner at 964.5069 or HAVE ty. TWO APARTMENTS FOR RENT 1 :t BR, I BA with 2-car garage Perfect for MOBILE HOMI FOR SALE rent to own
964.4048 TF Bedroom and 2 Bedroom 964-8588 retired couple. Easy walking distanceto your own mobile home. Several tc Cecelia Terwllleqar i

2 3 BEDROOM HOUSE $250 and $350. 12/17 2tpd 12/34 new shopping center. 29999. Call choose from. Call 468-1323 for Informo. ....HOMES....
Call 964-9377 offer 5:30: p.m. 10/1 TF 9645606. 4/30 tfn tion. 10/8TF built home LR,
TWO BEDROOM HOUSE stove, BR 2'Ba custom ,
ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobile horn. furniture.December 1'10% ASSUMABLE on $22,000 3 BR, 2 NEW B. USED MOBILI HOMES. Call Roy WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT a lovely 3 screened
Nice refrigerator some with fireplaceand Wells at ASW Mobile Homes, 9646407or with fireplace DR eat-in kitchen extra large utility room,
'A mil. from city. neighborhood. ba. brick veneer home
Lake St.,
rent free 708 N. house
CHSA thermal windows, acre of pump
..68.1323.10/8TF on 3 acres. Beautiful home. 964.6408.8/14 tfnrw porch, garage,
12/17 garage
., NEWLY DECORATEDi everything furnish $185 month. 9648523. home Itpd Griffls Reduced to 59500. United Realty ofStork. 24 X 40 DOUBLEWIDI,all set up In Olin' with storage, Rd. I6W& 54th Ave, 68000.
2 BR mobile on
i ed. Laundry facilities Included. Video FURNISHED 9648816. Itpd .. 964-8447 or 4733627. 11/12 TF Subdivision. Ready to move Into. BRICK 3 BR. 1 room avallabl. Will accept on. child Loop. Deposit. No pets. (EYSTONS HEIGHTS 3 BR, 2 ba CHSA, $13,800. Financing available Call Thompson St. Beautifully Insulated, low utility bills, 45255.
I no pett. Palm Apt.. 2313 N. Temple 12/17 wall to wall carpet, big workshop 964.5606.6/11 tfnchg BRICK 4 BR or SBR, 2 ba, opprox. 1900 s.f., one acre, 9 yrs. old, between
Ave.. Stark. 32091. 10/29 TF CO'S CHECK US OUT Clean r.retolhomes glassed-in porch 12x21. Phone 2 DOUBLEWIDS REPO'S Financing Stark ft Lawtey.
5 TEN MOBILE HOMES for r.nt: furnishedor tailored to your pay schedule. 473-2971. 12/103tpd 12/24 available. Call 1-272-0623 collect tfn BEST NEIGHBORHOOD 365 E. Mimosa Large, Immaculate, brick home,
unfurnished. MIMOSA MANOR Private park laundry and playground.PINES OR SALE BY OWNER new duplex 2 BR 2 USED DOUBLEWIDES: low payments.Low .. CHSA, nicely landscaped lot 396x148. $67.000.
964-7498. ll/19TFcha SR121. just south of SRI In 1i bath, large closet, CHSA, built by down payment. Call 1.272.0650 LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS, PRIVACY, PRICED RIGHTI! Keystone, beautiful
PINE FOREST APARTMENTS Eighty 1. 2, Lake Butler Call 496-3366. tfn/chg. one of Bradford's finest builder collect tfn Spanish style home,3450..f., 10 acres, sprinkler system 4 BR,2'/4 ba, formal
& 3 BR apartments, starting at (Longchamp). Fine location with city THREE BEDROOM 2 both on 1'A acres, LR, fully equipped kitchen, Ig. FR, brick fireplace, patio pool, ceiling
$160/mo. CHSA, fully equipped kit service In Stark. Tax-saving If closed Rd. 16 East '/ mile out of city. $16.000. fans, 2 car garage, new roof, zoned Agrl., 2 assum mtgs., $135,0001
ch.n, coble ready. 1530 W. MadisonSt. REAL ESTATE before Dec. 31. $43,800 per unit ((2)). 964.6305 from 8.5 p.m. or 96.01..80from ULTIMATE IN EXECUTIVE LIVING Stucco & block beauty with 3400 ..f., 6
., 964-6312 Monday-Friday 9-5 p.m.. Call 964-7055 anytime. 12/10 2tpd 5.9:30: p.m. 11/12TF old 2'/i acres In Lawtey area Spacious...Elegant..Prestigel!
FOR SALE for nice yrs.
DRIVEN I looking a
Equal Housing Opportunity. 12/17 ROOM TO GARDEN Palm St., 3/2 brick, new roof carport, new Carrier
UPSTAIRS OFFICE CHSA, at SE corn.r of mobile home? Come out to Global lot.
Park ask for Mary. heat pump large screened porch utility shed extra
9645888. 12/3 Homes In Orange
Call ft Thompson REPOSSESSION AT LAKE ALTO In Waldo. 12/24 _CONSOLIDATED HOME OFFICE OR APT 5 Acres, Lawtey area.
2720625. 4tchg
Stchg 1217FURNISHED APARTMENT three roomsand 3 BR, 2 full baths, 1344 s.f. on 1'It acre. PERSONALS 1973 MOBILE HOME 3 BR, 2 ba CHSA, DEERWOOD S/D: brick 3/3 pool $105.000
Carpet, fireplace, chain link fence, full ROAD 4/2, 2 12 acres 85,000
;, bath part of utilities furnished. Not 5000. Call 964.6305 from 8.5 p.m., or MENG DAIRY : story
964.5970.12/10 4tchg closed-ln garage. Appraised at ALONE? Call BRINGING PEOPLE 964.8970 after 6 p.m. and leave word. SAMPSON LAKE: 3/2.1985 DW fireplace, high lot 50,000
chlldr.n or pets. $63,000. will sell for $44,000. Financing most respected 2 1 let's country $ 62.000
TOGETHER I Starke's 12/3TF EDWARDS LOOP:; 3 BR, Ba acre go
THREE 12/31 BEDROOM, 2 bath mobile home, available $3.100 down, $435 month. dating service since 1977. All ages Including MOBILE HOME AND LAND locaters. Call ORANGE AND PRATT: 2/1 frame, handyman's dream 25.000
3763363. 11/26 12/17
t I stove and refrigerator CHSA utility 4tchg senior citizens Mary 2720625. 12/3 4tchg 12/24 BROOKER: 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oaks S/D extra lot $ 44,000
shed with washer/dryer hook-up. 18006484401. 4/2 tfn TIRED OF RENTING? 3/2 mobile home MENG DAIRY RD.:: 2.25 acres,3/1 CB CH/A.o near 40,000
$250/month plus $100 security Rd. 16 VACATION RESORTS OR TURN FAT INTO 55$ Need 17 overweight with land. Cheaper than rent. Call CROSBY LAKE CANAL: 2 BR, 1 Ba, CH/A, frame 41,000
East, Vi mile out of city limits, towards RENTALS people, no matter how big. that wantto Mary 2720625. 12/34tchg 12/24 LAWTEY: 4 BR 2 bo, 2 story, 1 acre, 100 yrs. old $ 36.000
,I Klngsley Lake. Call 964.6305 from 8-5 lose weight and make moneyl New 1W FLEETWOOD CROWN POINTS:
medical breakthrough. Betty (303)) 2 Ba. lived In only 6
14x70. CHSA, 2 BR
p.m. 12/10 TFo| COTTAGES, Fully furnished Dally, 2371304. fcan 87-484 964-4900. 12102tpd .....COMMERCIAL....
BEDROOM. 2 both doublewlde on months, extra nice
weekly monthly rates. Also mobile COMMERCIAL 14S'xl65', EnterpriseZonenearhosp. $ 25000.
.f.]c.9 acre lot In city limits. $375. home pork for rent and homes 12/17 Benefits $ 80,000
.376-8059' after 6 p.m.12/4tchg 12/31 spaces 1973 MOBILE HOME 3 BR 2 ba CHSA, THOMPSON ST: 11.362 s.f., brick, Enterprise Zone,
M2 N. TEMPLE n.wly decorated unfurnished for Highlands sale MT.Rd.VIEW, Franklin RESORT.N.C.U.S.((704)64E) 5000. Call 964-6305 from 8.5 p.m. or 301 N: 1.5 acres, MH hook-up 2 bldgs, 340' on 301, great value $120.000$ 37,000

house, 1 BR, 1 ba, larg. living 524.4605.6/11 tfnchgCOMMERCIAL Early Deadline 964.8970 after 6 p.m. and leave word. 301 N: by Econo Lodg.I65.01'on 301
room, refrigerator, stove and heater 12/3 TFASSUME 301 approximately: 150' x approx. 220' $125,000
furnished. 964.5)93.itpd 12/17 Next Two WeeksD' 3 BR, 2 bath on your lot $159 301 N: Dairy Queen Building leas option? Reduced $ 85,000

THREE BEDROOM 1 bath 301 South of PROPERTY the Christmas and month. 904-351-8514. dealer. 12/10 301 S: 193'301 frontage $ 85.000
> to
Lawtey off NE 50th Ave $325 plus 4tchg 12/31 301 and Washington Street, 262.5 105' $ 91,500
deposit. Follow signs. 17780314. RENTLEASESALETWO .N Years Holidays, there HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL 28x68, 4/3. 301 S: 135 ft.on 301. approx. 2 acres. (possible Acres) $150,000

Open house Friday, 9.3 p.m. 12/10 who be an early deadline for Homes of Merit $279 9043518514.month. Freedelivery .....ACREAGE....

TWO 2tpd 12/17 BEDROOM, 1 bath. 615 E. COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS for classified ads both weeks. 12/104tchg. Uncle 12/31 Roy's, GREAT LOCATION: Hwy 10OW ft Hwy 225 40 plus Acres $ 60,000

Washington. $250 month.$100 deposit lease. 1000 sq ft. A 1250 sq.ft. Hwy. Advertising deadline will be REPOS easy assumption with little or no RD. 100 EAST: 1.37 acres, wooded and platted $ 7.000
No pets. 4733628. 12/10 4tchg 12/31 301 South. 964,8848. ..73.3627.10/15 TF Monday, Dec. 21 at 5 p.m. for $ down. Doubles and singles, 105th AVE.. LAWTEY: 2 '/. acres cleared $ 8.000
LARGE CB HOUSE 2 BR, In Starke, FOR LEASE: 1,000 .q. fl.. 301 South next th. Dec. 24 edition and Mon. 904-351-8514, agent 12/10 4tchg 12/31 HAMPTON 438 acres This property has everything $438,000
deposit and references required $325 to United Realty 964-8848, 96.01,84"7. 2B WIDE: shingle, masonlte, fireplaceand LAWTEY: 5 acres, 105th Ave., good investment $ 15,000
monthly. Available Jan. 1. 1.726.7651.. or eves 473-3627.. 4,16 tfnchg day, Dec. 28 for the Dec. 31 much more. $227/month. RD 100 E:12: acres plus fish pond wide open spaces $ 26,000
12/173tchg 12/31 3500 SQ. FT. ON 2 FLOORS) 137 A 139 E. edition. These Issues will be 904-351-8514. Uncle Roy's. 12/10 .4tchg FLUME RD.: 9 acres joins Country Club.Condos?Tim Share? $49.000
STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to Call St.Available Dec IS for lease' with printed on Tuesdays and 12/31 SR 16 WEST: approx. 7 acres $13,000
your work? We have clean mobile option. Call 1-356-6849 or write ClydeW. delivered Wednesdays.We 12x60 MOBILE HOME 1970 model. OKLAWAHA RIVER: 3 beautiful acres, river frontage 15.000
homes available. 468.1323.1018 TF Simpson 1419 Barnett Bank Bldg., on $2,700 2200. Call 4731050. 12/17 PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.: 20.16 acres, 3 wells
NEW MOBILE HOME 14 ft. wide, central Jox Fla. 32202. 12/3 TF cppreclate your coopera 4tchg 1/7 2 septic tanks, 2 poles, owner finance $ 50,000
heat and air furnished. Must .... tion. TAKE OVER PAYMENTS on doublewldeon Or will split each $ 27,000
4681323. 10/8 TF WANTEDSWEET one acre, In city. Central heat and BROWNLEE RD.: 36.43 acres, owner finance, great location $ 82,332LOTS
12x S MOBILE HOME 3 BR, 2 Ba on 1 air. 9647955. Itpd 12/17
964.4238.5250/month. 10/29 TF 12x63 MOBILE HOME 2 BR. 1 ba. partially ..... .....
I' OFFICE acre. BUILDING) S rooms, wall to wall LOVING CHRISTIAN FAMILY' with furnished $5,000. 964.7358 sues CROSBY LAKE Lot 100 ft. S 19.800
carpet, central air. Perfect for Doctoror top references needs LAKEFRONT 3 BR 1 /LOT, or In 2 LAND FOR SALE Itchg 12/17 COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES: 2 lots, one acre each $ 7.500 ft $ 8.500
Attorney's office. For more Info, call bath home on KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 lots $ 4.500 .,
Jewel or John 9646305. TFmm| Keystone or Stork area. Call 473-9055 WATERFRONT PROPERTY CROSBY LAKE Lot 2.:Make Offer S 17,000
TRAILER IN LAWTEYi no children. 5 a.m. to 9.30 p.m Itpd 12/17 1'10 ACRE with septic water and light WASHINGTON A CHERRY St.: 2 lots $ 8,000
782.3344 or 7823942. 11/19 TFc. hookup, ready to move on or build on. SAMPSON LAKE ESTATES Lake front WINDING TREE LAKE lot 246. Florida Frontier $ 15,000
KINGSLEY LAKE SMALL COTTAGE 6 REAL ESTATE 12000. Call 964-6305 8.5 p.m., or and lake access. Lots available from ..
months rent heat winter rotes. Coupie OUT OF AREA 964-4480 from 5.9:30: p.m. 12/3TF $9000. Zoned Res/mobile hpm*. 3 'I, After Hours vAnne 47J7S4147J25 f
5332366. 12/3 TF 13 ACRES: ((4% acres cleared rest In miles west of Starke on. beautiful Terwlllegor Nelson .- "
SMALL only 2, no BR pet HOUSE carport CHSA 'igaed timber. )? home used.... "Sc/m-piorl\ tat*' ((2000": + tlydt: )".'f x4- John Longford*Master Appraiser *' ? rt 'd49M2291 7AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA n

VI close to stores. Prefer'quiet working OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and as a rental at entrance of property. cellenf fishing skiing and boating' Randy Cory
people. $235 month $100 security dry wooded lots. Mobile home, cabin Several moneymaking pecan trees 904964.7755
deposit. 964.6680 for more Info. 12/3 camping O.K. Hunting and fishing. around mobile home $28.000 You tve-533.2038 Owner/broker 8/13 tfnchg
3tpd 1217KINGSLEY $5,450 w/$150 dn.,. $63.71 monthly. Finance. Call for appt. 964.6305 days or
LAKE 2 BR mobile home, heat ((904)) 236-4579 days ((904)) 622.2438 964-6493 after 6 p.m. TFo|
yearly couple' only, no pets. 5332366. eves. 2,12 tfn OT IN CITY: 6000. Call 964-5764; after STROUTREALTY .
12/3 TF SOUTHEAST ALABAMA, 163 acres16 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn Incorporated AcceIerare d ReaI t Y; nc.
with 2 BR house or will divide .
fenced ACRES
TWO BR TRAILER on nice larg. lot InLawt.y cultivable, 55 pastureland 4-4 Lie. Real Estate Broker
area Partially furnished. No balance wooded.3 acre pond stocked. Into 10 acre or more tracts. 964-7771 or
OS N. Ave.U.S. 301))
children. 782-3344 or 7823942. 12/10 Peanut allotment. Old house, 2 barn., 9644537. 5/14 TFchg
TFce 75000. United National BARRON MOBILE HOME LOTS: one acre and up. Starke. Fl 32091 : 964-4544
MOBILE HOME LOT FOR RENT) Already STROTHER, BROKER P O Box 755, Several locations. Some with hookups 964-8931 473-3096

set up single $90, double. $145. Troy. Ala. 36081. 205-566-1870, all with EZ terms. Ralph Bryan 396: 20 ac. to develop inside city 1520 s. Walnut St.
9/24 TF

9645410. Itpd 12/17 205-735-2442. fcan 87-486 I'/i ba R.alty.96.o1.B878., ,LOTS central mobile gas heat.home Stove In city and 2 ref BR.rig.2, Zoned limits. mobile 2 BR furnished home park home Included [@] (Hwy. 301 S.) m::

Luxurious Contemporary Custom Homes Fully Buil4lo lnaul1etIauniQUe tampuW. Florida room fence, carport 12000.utility 964-8392.building 'come.''55: 2-story Epperson ((4)). good In .. Starke FL
chain MSA
in and price! .Thermo pan windows 2 Wayne E. Douglas,
design .Calhodral. lnp 12/10 2tpd 12/17 1423: Mobil.on 11 ac., pecan grove
: miles to town. Designated Appraiser
ElllMior a.elue
Form or Erected fnt.rfar deign' "", billtFHAVAACCOPI :! '411: Southern Estate home 5 acres.
FREE presentation call: ..I LOSTFOUNDRING Lawtey REDUCED! / Homes/ Lots./" Acreage / Waterfront k
1439 Commercial bldgs. & 10 city lots .
j :
John E. Curie United Realty Starka a office:964-8447 home:473-3621 FOUND IN STARKE Must Identify going business IR / Farms / Commercial

Including site to claim. 7823194. Itpd QUIET AND PEACEFUL 3BR/3Ba Brick, Formal Living &

Dining Rooms, Family Room w/Fireplace. CH&A, Carpets, .

Screened Porch w/BBQ, Swimming Pool, Guest House .

w/Bath, 4 Lots.

(. WHERE THE BIRDS SING 38R/2Ba Home, Great Room .

Mrr w/Fireplace/Buck Stove CH&A, Stove, Wall Oven, Ref rl, .

Carpet & Drapes Inground Swimming Pool, 41 Acres of

9644522STARKK. Pasture Farming & Wooded Areas, 32x37 Cypress Barn, .
rr Well & Septic. '
1 LOTS OF PRIVACY 2 BR/2Ba Block, Extra Large Living-

( : : : : : Dining Area for Entertaining CH&A Family Room .

3 Acres.
Breakfast Room, Garage .
t NORWEGIAN BRICK 3 BR/2Ba, CHSA Stove & Refrl,

: Susan M. Faulkner. GRI,CRB PRESIDENT Carpet, 1200 s.f., Well & Septic 1.5 Acres. 'I


ER! !F.9l11L x.9E91L';; rwc; Carpet, has 1 BR/IBa Apartment Recently Renovated, 5 .

Located Hwy.301.2 Blks S. SR.100, 221 W. Lafayette Street Acres, $46,900. Owner Financing. .
'OWNER TRANSFERRED Price Reduced Drastically! Was 130000. Now 100000. *VERSATILE PROPERTY Approx. 6 acres with several buildings, the U.S. Solar Refrl & Dishwasher, Garage, Nice Lot. .

(l Beautiful custom-built 2 story LOG HOME Includes 3 BR, 2 Ba, 22x40 pool, all en property. CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES 3 BR/2Ba Block, CH&A,

'.17 acres. *MELROSS NICE BUILDING LOT with lake access. Drapes & Carpet, 1416 >".f., Large Lot. .
Owner financing.
+ 1 3/4 ACRE BUILDING SITE or put mobile home. .
3BR/2Ba Block CH&A Spacious Living
wooded with nice large fish pond. COUNTRY .
COUNTRY *24 ACRES Some cleared some .
"HOMES IN *22 ACRE PASTURE fenced nice building site with pecan S oak trees. Room, Family Room, 1839 s.f., Ran Refrl & .
k COUNTRY LIVING 20 acres, large 2 story home, nice barn, many pecan trees, *DEERWOOD) Nice large ham has fenced yard and access to large fish pond Dishwasher Well & Septic, Fenced Front Y< Acre.

69000. satellite dish 3 acres, 32000. ft workshop. GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD FOR CHILDREN > 3 BR/2Ba .
/ ba
-EXTRA CLEAN Doublewlde 3 BR, 1 IUILDING LOT Past hospital assumable mortgage.
-NEAT AS A PINI New roof new bathroom, close to Stark. Only $26,000. w BEAUTIFUL OFFICE COMPLEX 3000 s.f. with over 1 acre of land. Block, 1092 s.f., Central Heat, Nice Lot.

ONI OP THI FINEST 3/2 doublewldes on 3 acres, paved road 49000.$18.000. BRICK 4BR. 2'/ ba CH&.., on beautiful lot. OLD FASHIONED FRAME 2BR/1 Ba, Neat & Clean Well & .
JUST REDUCED Two mobile homes on 2.9 acres, good investment. LARGE NEW HOME On Bessent Rd. Many extras. .
OWNER SAYS GIT OFFER for doublewlde, 10 acres of good land 47000. COUNTRY LIVING ON 37 ACRES with large cedar > cypress horn. Septic. $21,000.LAWTEY .
MOBILI HOME ft 19 Plus ACRES Private, but only 10 minutes from Stark.A .. **OVER ACRES with more than 2.000 ..t. living area. Stark. area 4BR/1Ba Old Fashioned Frame, Large Living & .

SPECIAL BUYi 2 BR, 1 bath CHSA on major highway. 26500. *TWO STORY CB & wood horn on 1 acre, priced In $30.000s. Dining Rooms Large Porches, City Water, Septic Tank
.. bett.r-than-n.w brick home, 110000. off Hwy 16 W. VA/FHA or
CRYSTAL LAKE AREA Over 2000 ? *3 BR 2 BA Brick Horn) Large lot out of town |lust .
1500 s.f. on 1 I acre, reduced to 49900. Large Lot
LAWTEY ARIA 3 BR, 2 ba, CB approx. conv. financing available. SELECTED PROPERTIES

LAKE LOTS.LAND.BUILDING SITES Commercial&Residential Rental Available/ .S ACRES High ft Dry, Well ft Septic. '
I .It ACRES on SR 16 ft Morgan Rd. Seller motivated. -10 ACRES Pecan Grove Barn, Well ft Septic, Fenced.
TWO LOTS: CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES $8,800 for both. -10 ACRES 13th Street NE, Pecan Grove. .
KINOSIEY LAKE VILLAGE Two lots reduced to 5000. -10 ACRES South Clay County. Residential/Agricultural.
-ONI LOT ON BROOKLYN LAKE COVE: Beautiful beach 30000. e Call one of our Professionally trained _3 ACRES Good Commercial location. .

LAKI LOTS on Sampson Lake.SAMPSON staff today at: 2.16 t.4.SI ACRES 2 Parcels, Zoned for Mobil Homes .
Is good on this 13 acres, 32000. Ownert'CcYUiMry
CITY ARIA Deer hunting -1 I -2 CITY LOTS Northeast Section.
/ building lots with own.r financing. LAKE GENEVA large lot. 100 ft. on the Water) .
MAKE HOMES* LAKE LOTS Crosby ft Sampson, Owner Financing.
LANd Northeast section of City. .
HOMI shady lot with sandy beach. Below appraised value hours call:
BRICK on lake, minutes from Stark. after HWV. 301 SOUTH large lot. Good Business location.
EXCITING CONTEMPORARY HOMI on very private Near Earlton Bach '
210 FT. ON HWY. 301 S
I _BEAUTIFUL LAKE HOMI built by Warren Stevenson Construction Co. REALTOR ASSOCIATES COMM. BIDO. Approx. 15,000 ..f. Floor Space. .
3 BR, 2 la, CH&A dock and boathouse. 99500.
L Faulkner --- Real Eitate-Or Thing Related
RENTALS Irene 9647331EH If Your Mind/,On '
Lucille Spry---- ---- Make YburNextStopAtAeeeerated
horn with CH&A, walk to everything.
FOR RENT Older large e Bobby Biggs------ A AA AA A A A IAA\
We 'Invite Inquiries! On Our Other Listings I I A At AA A A AfAfA A ; *


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WASHING Houses mobile
F CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted MIDDLI AGI COUPLI to work In motel, FAMILIES Saturday 9 tll. Two PRESSURE ,
mltted to the Lake Region Monitor office adored, glorified loved and preserved
decks, sidewalks. Freeestimates.
to the Bradford blocks North of Bakery on homes, pools,
County Ilv.-In, mold work some yard work.
In writing and paid In advance throughout the world now and
Call Rob 4733590. 3/5
T.I.graph office In writing and paid In 9647184. 12/3 TF Westmoreland. 10/29 TF
unless credit
Is already establishedwith forever Sacred Heart of Jesus,
advance unless credit I I. already TRUCK DRIVERS Pool. Truck Line needs GARAGE SALE Friday 12/18 and Saturday this tfnchg
office for us. St. Jude, Worker of Miracles,
established with this .. 9-9 Lots of LAWN MOWING Trimming, edging.
off lc experienced ov.r-th.-road drlv.... 12/19 p.m. everything"
MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD pray for us. St Jude, Help of the
Lawn Barber 473-3590. FreeEstimates
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF Christmas trees, cut. 823
Must be at least 23 with good driving you RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Hopeless, for nine times
pray us. Say ,
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN record and work history Excellent St., Storke. Itpd 12/17 3/5 tfnchg
dally by eighth day will be .
prayers C a B
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER and benefits package. Drivers with FRIDAY SATURDAYS 105th St., EuniceRd. Carpet a
THE TELEPHONE. answered.
Never fall. Must
THI TILEPHONI. I... than 12 months experience may ., off 301 In lawt." 7823287. Itpd Classified deadline Is 11:00: a.m. priorto Itpd 12/17 promisepublication. Upholstery extraction., truck mounted 4737770., deep Free
Minimum charge for classified ads IsIS apply as a Poole Driver Trainee. ApplyIn 12/17 Thursday publication. steam
words for $3.50. then 15 cents for person, Pool. Truck Lln., 2241 SATURDAY ONLY Clothes, assorted Minimum charge 15 words for$3.50. estimates 11/5.12/31
each word thereafter. D.trolt Blvd. sizes, toys, bedsheets, books other STOP DON'T THROW APPLIANCES
Pensacola Fla. then 15 cents for each word thereafter.MISCELLANEOUS HOMES FOR RENT
AWAY I Call S Sons, Small
904-477-6481, 18002255000. EOE. mist 9.1 p.m. Cancel raining.431 W. Chapman
Icon 87.490IMMEDIATE Center St. Itchg 12/17 Appliance Repair Call today.4733029.
1SR COTTAGE with lake privileges,
THRU FAMILY SALE Friday ft Saturday Itpd 12/17
OPENINGS In production
HSAC, screened furnished
porch or un
Early Deadline clerical, others. Above average 12/18.19,9 tll. 539 W. Pratt St. Crafts, furnished. $240/mo. One block from HOMI IMPROVEMENT, repairs, additions
Next Two Weeks ncome. Experience helpful not re holiday decoration., new and used library, 4737417. tfnchg or complete building. 30 years
quired. Call now for details. Monday. household Items, chlldrens clothes, Bradford and Clay
FOR RENT 2BR 2BA, home In town experience serving
Due to the Christmas and Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Central). toy. Itch a 12/17 PACK RAT Buy sell and trade collectible Fenced yard. $400 month. 4732702. Counties 473.4018.5/28 tfn
New Holidays, there 601-798-7210 dept. 6255. fcan 87.4888 CARPORT SALE Saturday, Dec. 19, 8 Items and antiques. Used furniture, Stchg 12/3-12/31 FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging?
will b* an early deadline for ROUTE SALES SERVICE We have an excellent a.m. tll. Size 14 cloth. and lots of glassware, jewelry and much more. House out of level?? LaRu. Leveling I
career In Rout. misc. Items. 407 E. Laura St. Itpd 12/17 Come see for yoursell. One mile east THRU!
opportunity our BEDROOM, 2 both Crystal Lake service for all your foundation repairs
classified ad both w..k.. Sales CHILDRENS CLOTHES, sewing machine, of Keystone Heights on Highway 100.
Dept. Requirements are high home sites, $375/mo.. TWO BR, 2 bath. 473.7721.7/9 tfnchg
Advertising deadline will b. school diploma or equivalent, good day bed appliances. Saturday only 473-2183. 3/5 tfnchg Hall lake $350/mo. TWO BR 2 bath, COMPLETE HOME REPAIR carpentry, ,
Monday. D.c. 21 at 5 p.m. for driving record. Preferred 1 yr. ex 120 E. South Street Itchg 12/17 Hutchenson Lake, $37S/month. Call painting electrical plumbing.
the D.c. edition, and Mon perience. We offer excellent employment 411 CHRISTIAN ST.I 9-2 p.m. No early FOR SALE Trevor Waters, Century" 21, 4734903. Reasonable rates licensed contractor
benefits and advancement. EOE. birds I Xmas Items, household and 12/3 4tchg 1224WANTED RB0049306. Call Mitch, 4733940. 8/20
day. Dec. 28 for the D.c. 31 Riverside, Uniform Rentals, 1038 Edwards some furniture Girls and ladles FIREWOOD Coal for your fireplace or TFchg
edition. Th... lime will be Rd. Apply In person. Itchg 12/17 clothing. Itpd 12/17 stove, clean slow burning. Cannel coal TO RENT UNIVERSAL NETWORK INC.! We are
printed on Tuesdays and FLORIDA ROCK INDUSTRIES I. now ac. MOVING SALE Toy., furniture, clothing saves you money by extending your alarming the area. Residential and
cepting application.In the Stark.area used cars for parts. Friday 2.6 p.m. wood supply. Priced below wholesale) commercial specialists. Burglar and
WANTED TO RENT mobile home, 2BR,
delivered on Wednesdays. Driving experience preferred. Physicaland and Saturday 8.1 p.m. 368 Mimosa Dr. Buy In quantityl 1 4751280. Itchg 12/10 for three months a 1/1/88, fire alarms 24 hour local monitoring.
We appreciate your coopera u/lnalysls required. Interested applicants East. Itchg 12/17 BRASS BED queen size, complete, orthopedic Keystone Heights. Have starting small dog. Approximately 1.800.654.4825.ltpd 12/17
tlon. please stop by alter 4 p.m. mattress set and Irame (new S300/mo. Call collect NEW CREDIT CARD No one refused! Major
Monday-Thursday at the office on Edwards never used), still In plastic. Cost Connecticut ((203)) 5217845. Senior credit cards and more. Get your
Rd. 12/17 2tchg 12/24 $1,000. Sell for $350 cash. Stored In Citizen. Have local references. 2tpd card today) Call 1-518-459-3734 ."t.
PERSONAL SERVICESWANT NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for experienced Jacksonville, 1-624-2639. 4tchg 12/10-12/17 C-3377 24 hrs. 12/17 3tpd 12/31
MIG welders. layout experience 12/17.1/7 DEPENDABLE! PAINTING t DRYWALl
a plus. Must have reliable SOFA very, good condition like new SERVICE! Free estimates, low rates.
TO DRINKTHAT'S transportation and a desire to work. $85. 473-3920. 2tchg 12/17-12/24 HELP WANTED Call John at 468.1971.12/17 2tpd 12/24
YOUR BUSINESS Apply Crosley Manufacturing, Hwy 301 BEAUTIFUL MAHOGANY CREDENZAvery .
WANT TO STOP South, Storke, Florida 9648331. 12/17 reasonable. Floor lamp. Call Fri. FEDERAL. STATE, a CIVIL SERVICE jobs,
THAT'S OURS 2tchg 12/24 Commercial day after 9 a.m. 4734244. Itpd 12/17 $14,877 to $63.148/year. Now Hiring)
Alcoholics/ Anonymous FAMILY BUSINESS 2 days a month.candy OAK FIREWOOD $20 pickup load. You CALL JOB LINE 1-518-459-3611- Ext REPO
9t4-41IO-964-2000 nut route, $7,500 for equipment.For Buildingin haul. In McRae area 4730726. Itchg F3339A for Info. 24HR 3tpd 12/3-12/17
pd thru 12/31
tree Information call 12/17
CHAIN LINK FENCEt Installed. Fr.
1-800-843-0778. Monday-Friday 99. SINGLE CANOPY BED $75.
..tlmot... Handy-Man Fence Co. Starke PART TIME COOK NEEDED: home cooked SALE
Itpd 4734818. Itchg 12/17
Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559 tin meals. Apply In person at Park of
HANDYMAN electrical 1725 ft. Palm. Itchg 12/17
carpentry, painting for sq.
now aceptlng applications position
home PETS 1984 Brigadier
compl.t. repair.Reasonable
of Reno Supervisor Must be atleast 36000.00

rates. Licensed contractor 18 years of ag., High School CHRISTMAS PUPPIES '/. Labrador andv SlnglaWide
RB0049306 Call Mitch 4733940. 1/9tfn -
graduate, and be able to work with
COMPLETE HOME REPAIR) carpentry, Chow Chow $50 ea. Ready Dec. 24.
Children. Apply at City Hall Merrell
painting electrical plumbing. Dees Office 12/17 12/24 473-1023 alter 6 p.m. 2tchg Fleetwood
Reasonable rat... Licensed contractor 2tchg 6:30 pm 12/17-12/24 87 Cavalier C-L $9960. e'85
RB00493O6 Mitch 473.3940.8/20 TFchg STARKE-BRADFORD CO. CHAMBER OF Payments $225. mo Doublewide
DO YOU NEED TO WORK but can't COMMERCE Is now taking applications '87 Cavalier CS $85SO.

because of high cost of child core? I am for an Executive Director Submit -- ..... .... ..... ......... ....----..-..-.- Payments $195. mo
Christian woman that wants to help. resume with details to Exec. Director, '87 Cavalier CS $73SO. BOTH HOMES
P.O. Box 460. Stark., 32091. D.adlln.
Dec. 14. 12/10
LAWN SERVICE: Residential 8 commerclol -
landscaping, tree removal lawns REAL ESTATE LICENSING only $195. Call 86 Cavalier CS $6990.
vacuumed. No |lob too big or small. 1-755-4040. North Florida Real Estate $5.00 PER HOUR AND MORE I 11 I Payments $159. mo
Free estimates. 964-4238. 11/5 TF College. 7/30tfn '87 Chevy Berretta $10.65O THIS MONTH
01. If you are an experienced sewing machine operator come In and see us will
SEWING MACHINES sales and service, SEWERS! Women's apparel sewing fac- Payments $242. mo
show how to de It.
all makes cleaned oll.d and adjusted! tory., Experienced operators needed. you '87 Olds Delta 88 $12,560 All Bids Considered
02. Will shew stubs of
$15. All work guaranteed Corner also mechanic GVL Fashions, you our employees who do It.
Morgan Rd. and Hwy. 16, 9648733. Gainesville. 3357366. 10/22 TF 03. We'll .how you video film of how It Is done. Payments $285. mo Financing AvailableFor
12/3TF AVON REPRESENTATIVE needed full- 04. Will give you Incentive and bonuses to help you make It whll. you are learn- 87 Olds Cutlass Wagon$9fJ8O. Qualified Applicants
TELEPHONE SERVICES! Installation and time or part-time. Unlimited oppor ing. payments $226. mo. Call
of telephones and equipment. tunities. For more Information call '87 Olds Clera Brougham $11,950
repairs 01. Steady work, ne style changes, no seasons, no layoffs In 5 years
7823068. 12/3 12/24
Ramona 4tchg
Prewlre and jack Installation. Sales Payments $271. mo
and service. Allen Hutcheson We have good benefits, paid holidays, paid vacations, medical '87 Olds Toronado $14,950 964-7050

9644924. 12/3 4tchg 12/24 coverage, attendance bonuses.IF $339.
Payments mo
( DEPENDABLE home.! Hot MOTHER meats, larg.will babysit play In area my YOU QUALIFY after 13 weeks we'll give you a bonus of $100. '87 Olds Clerra $10.488 Ext. 233For

Totaled one block off 301 on Deerioot After 26 weeks, we'll give you another $100. Start before January Payments $238. mo IlAM
Trail Rd. Full time only.964.2081,12/. 8 and you'll be eligible for our 1988 July vacation and our 1988 '86 Buick Skylark C $8450. Appointment/ fo See

4tchg 1231J. Christmas vacation tool Payments $192. mo
Fill Our Office will be open Dec. 21 22, 29, 30 and 31 for Interviewsfor CLEAN USED TRUCKS
coating. Repairs to all driveways. ***************". __
F-150 ._
dirt llmerock reasonable. 7823080. your convenience I 86 XLT Lariat Completely ..
12/102tpd 12/17 loaded-Tax&Tag only down
r. .l
'86 C-10 Custom AT.A/C
CARS, TRUCKS, VANS : LEAGUES : 441 E. Brownie Street Stark., Fla.Elixson 207. per/mo

1977 K-5 BLAZER: 4x4, $3500 obo. 12117,1/7 '85 Nissan Sport King Cab 4x4

AM/FM radio Gumbo monster mudder NOWFORMING i ----..-..-.- -- 179. per/mo Train to DO a
tires, recently painted runs real I good. '85 F-250 3/4 ton
96 .6376, 964-4152. 12/10 2tchg 12/17 Begins Week of Jan J M J i _. .- 166. per/mo
19II GRAND LI MANS Pontiac good used : 1
car, $1800. 9642073. Itchg 12/17 Short Season Wood Products Inc. I 85 Ford Ranger

1915 FORD F-150 XLT Lariat Pickup 351 I For People Who Like 118. per/mo
V8. 9464. .1 '81 Datsun King Cab Diesel RESERVATIONiSTStart
19S4 CHEVY SILVERADO PICK-UP. V8. To Have FUN 11A Cypress Mulch and Pine Bark j $2995.

9984. ******************** '86 Chevy C-10 Sllverado locally full-time/part-time trair j jon
WS CHEVY SILVERADO PICKUP V-8, You Pickup or W. Deliver PW PL. V-8 AT Ai r $9900. live airline computers. Home

$9,382. Payments $230. mo study and resident training.
VAN. family vehicle, $8,975. LIVE-IN We Also Have I '87 Chevy G-2O Deauvllle $15.950 Financial aid available. Job

1915 DODGE CUSTOMIZED VAN 9895. HOUSEKEEPERWan'ed..Compeent Payments $370. mo placement assistance. National
19S3 CHEVROLET BLAZER: 4984. Red Heart Cypress Lumber '85 Chevy S-10 Tahoe $750O. headquarters, Lighthouse Point, Fl j

2201 North Main Street to live In and take care of 964-6649 j ORIAN WELLS Chewy Olds 1800432.3004
Galno.vlll.372.4251 nice home In Starke area. ._. ..- _e_ HWT. 301 N. Stark

MOTORCYCLES Duties Include housekeepingand G64-75OO 1
; care of r 12 year old son.
Please send Inquiries to: P.O. David Lawson Paint & Body Shop
1914 YAMAHA VERGO 700cc. V-trlm,
looks like a sportster. Only 775 miles. Box J, Hampton, Fla. 320..... F.R.K. Self Storage
Cost $3500, only $2000 now. Call Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCR

473-2435. Itchg 12/17 229 NW 28th St. 964.6133 7r.j.iri 7 mi. South of Starke on US 301Cintiill


INSTRUCTORS: Richard Kellogg & Gloria Bryant FOR SALE 7x12

LESSONS: Guitar. Banjo & Electric Bass I ,
CaD e i1' Fill Dirt, Top Soil iiiih 10x12 P.O. Box 209 Stark

964-8120 Tu s-Fr111-7 e Sun & Mon 10-2
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 Durrance Pump & Supply

I .Elgtily 1,2,3 Bedroom Apartments U.S. 301 North 864 N. Temple Ave., Starke 0

Starting at $160 J per month plumbing *Well Drilling._; "'

.CH.&A Fully Equipped Kitchen Cable Ready '1{ Pumps P.:. ,
"1530\ W. Madison Sit. *f_V Mon.-FrI, 9-5 p.m.I 964.7061 Sj Sr

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FOR RENT by the night week or month KANE CYCLE REPAIRCycle

HERITAGE VILLAS o Repair Parts Accessories
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U.S. 30i.N.: Starke

7OO.Bradford Court in Starke 0 I

'. Available, for immediate Occupancy ATC 185200Haadars

One and Two Bedroom Apartments $38.85 GUN
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1-3-S ACRI PARCELS 160 acre farm BABYSITTING IN MY HOMI. Please call
would make nice horse farm low 4963836. Meals and snack provided.
-.-- -.- down payment owner financed. Ap- 12/174tpd. 1/7
prox. 1/2 acre, paved road, with 2
FOR SALE bedroom mobile home on SR18.

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa. ALICIA HAY In rolls, horse quality. All CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tub- CAREER OPPORTUNITY for sewing LOSTFOUNDMALI REWARD $500 reward offered far Information
$14.99 per month. Call 964-6946. tfn under barn. Order hay for winter and mltted to the Union County Tim. of. machine operator Offer 2 weeks paid leading to the arrest and conviction
NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. leave under my born until you need It. lice In writing and paid In advance vacation. Insurance plan 3 paid of the persons responsible for
Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great 7 miles North of Stork. on Hwy 16 unless' credit It already establishedwith holidays and profit sharing. Experience WALKER HOUND L&W number 619 disappearance of Frank Rlgdon's dogs.
for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH toward prison. Born on West side of this offlc. helpful, but not necessary. We will Tatta DOHA N9016. Clifford Dugger Call 496-3894. Hn/chg.12/3
135 W. Call St. 9 .6305. road by split level home under pecan THI TIMES STAFF CANNOT II HELD train. Apply In person Lake Butler Ap Sanderson. 275-2643 or 275.220512/10
ALICIA HAY new hay $25. Delivery grove. Delivery available. Arthur RISPONSIill FOR MISTAKES IN parel. Hn-8/13 2tpd. 1217WANTEDi HOMESGOVERNMENT
available. All hay In barn. 7 miles West Gasklns, 7823727. 10/22 TF CLASSIFIEDS, WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER NURSES 3 to 11 p.m. and 11 p.m. to 7
of Stark. on Rd. 16 Jimmy Gasklns. WHOLESALE TRAMPOLINES LOWEST THI TELEPHONI. a.m. Pay scale $1,800 lo $2.000 per
964-8356. 8/27 TFchg PRICE EVER) I One month only, 14 ft. month. Contact Kay Dowling at HOMES from $1. (U
LIMEROCK, PILL SAND hauled and galvanised. $259.95. Christmas 1259.3151, Ext. 213.ED repair). Dellnguent tax property.
spread. 782-3172 Allen Taylor Layaways $25 holds'til Christmas. Call Early Deadline FRASER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 159 N. WILL TAKI OVER PAYMENTS on your Repossession Call 1(805)687-6000( )
lawtey. 9/24 TF now. Jax 17783227. 10/22 9tpd 12/17 Next Two Weeks 3rd Street, Macclenny, Fl. 32063. 12/10 mobile home 2 or 3 bedrooms. Will Ext. GH-1136, for current repo list
ALICIA HAY Fresh cut $23 a roll. All '87 HONDA 200SX four track new$2300. 2tchg. 12/17 consider' small equity 14631356. 12/178tpd. 2/4
hay under barn. 7 mil.from Storks on now $1700 OBO. Daytime 964.7913 or Due to the Christmas and ll/264tchg 12/17

Hwy. 16 toward prison. 964-6167 or 6-10 p.m. 378.0328. 11/26 4tchg 12/17 New Years Holiday. there FOR RENT
782.3721.6/4Hn PICKUP TRUCK PARTS for sale for full. will be an early deadline for
FIREWOOD $55 for long wheelbase
size Ford truck. 9648569. 1I/264tchg
classified ads both weeks.
truck load with free fat lighter. 12/17 OFFICI AND WAREHOUSE SPACI
964-4238. 10/29 TF 1915 HONDA FOUR WHEELER $750. Advertising deadline will be located In Union County Times Buildingat
CHRISTMAS TREESi Choose and cut live 964-4514. 12/3 3tchg 12/17 < Monday Dec. 21 at 5 p.m. for 150 West Main. Call 496.2261, for
tree from 2.000.hapd pine and cedar CALVES FOR SALE 964.8205 9648230. more Information. tfn
or the Dec. 24 edition, and Mon-
1.10 E to 125 exit at Glen St. .
Hwy CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN! Nicely furnished
Also 16 ft. trailer with $1000
Go 12 mil. North 125. ramps day, Dec. 28 for the Doc. 31
Mary' on Hwy obo. Call 9648230. 12/10TF all electric central heat and
Watch for signs. 239-7703 1I/264tpd PONY FOR SALE Pinto, young mare, I edition. These Issues will be air, private paved road laundry and A 3Ac
12/17 year old, $150. Call 9645116. printed on Tuesdays and park playground. Near schools, hasp, WL $ :
CHRISTMAS SUNBIDSt Sunal-Wolff 12/IOTFec state facilities. PINES SR121. east Lake
Sun bed.. For family or bu.In.... SEVERAL ITEMS Havlland Bavaria German delivered on Wednesdays. Butler. Call 4962366. Two childrenmax. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC *
SlenderQuest Toning Tobl. SuperMoneymaker. china setting for 12, excellent, We appreciate your coopera ., and no pets, chg/tfn 5/21 r
Call for FREE color QriLJ
$500. Men's Bollva gold watch Including tion. BUSINESS OR OFFICE SPACI available on
catalogue and Xmas Specials band, beautiful design Main Street In lake Butler, next door to
18002286292. fcan 87.489 very Aventureland Video Call 4960077.
different $ ,500. Men's larg.hor..ho. .
SEVERAL ITEMS Ethan Allen bunk/single 8/6
diamond 6 stone about 5 ct., FOR SALE tfn-
bed., Sealy mattress, oak dresser $5,000.'All 'firm 9648811. 12' x M-THREE BEDROOM MOBILE HOMI
prices Itpd
mapl. chest. Model 3 computer with 12/17 for small family, large yard. $175
dual disk drive. Many disks, not a toy. REFRIGERATOR, $70 or STOVE $70. STORAGE HOUSES Need extra storage per month. 4962842. tfn/chg. 10/8
s 1 8 hp rotohole tiller/tractor. 964-4718. Phone 964.7616 or 4963422. Itpd 12/17 pace? We have SxlO and 10.10 mini IN WORTHINGTON SPRINGS Clean 2
1y 12/103tpd 1224JUSTIMAOINII SEVERAL ITEMS Kerosene warehouses. Hole and Associates bedroom, I bath house with stove and
heater two
I Your freshest Christmas 4963939. .8/27 $200. month. 1st and
tfnchrg refrigerator
( girls coals sizes 16'12, Body Tone es spsowesanB lr
tree/wreath ever direct to your door 250 exerciser. Call 964.6499. It 12/17 REFRIGERATOR STOVE, washer and last months rent In advance Call Y ,
UPS from plantation In the Blue Call ,
my CARPET one used 22.10 and one brand dryer. 4962090. 12/10 2tchg. 496.2995or496.2071 12/I04tpd.12/31
Ridge Mountain. Free color brochure 12/17
new 12.12. Also three fouvered closet
reasonably priced. Call
CHRISfAAS SALE All dresses, pant., Bare root apples, pears, peaches,
964.6137 day 1210 Brad
.shirts, blouses, skirts and children. ford St., Starke.or 12/17 evenings.2tpd 12/24 plums, nectarines and figs $2.75. Container &' .
.cfothes.: Now until Christmas $.50 grown apples, pears, peaches, TANK pump out and minor
'each. Campbell's, 134 E. Call St. Itchg and nectarines $5. Blueberries $2 repairs. 24hr. service. Call 4311022. W"It
12/17 ANIMALS & PETS grapes S3, Japanese persimmons $12.Ft. and after.4 pm call 4961304. Joe For- (aldSFor
"It CHEVY BUS CAMPER $800. 12 While 4972621. Closed Sundays. sythe, Jr. 12/10 2tchg 12/17
speed Schwinn racer new $400 now FOR SALE 12/104tchg. 12/31
$150. 964-2092. Itpd 12/17 1910 ZENITH COLOR TV 25' console, excellent MOBILE HOMES
AUTOMATIC WOOD HEATER airtight WE NEED GOOD HOMES 1 gentle pony condition. $120. 19" black and
Used one winter, excellent condition. 2 Border Call!.., and 1 Australian/ while TV $20. Call 496-3504 after 6 FOR SALE 4N
$175. 485-2593. Itchg 12/17 Shepherd. Call Kris, 9646924. TFmf p.m. 1 llpd. 1217COMMERCIAL C
WASHER ft DRYER Whirlpool washer PONY FOR SALE Pinto young mare, I
Two bedroom 1
and SpeedQueen dryer Dryer needs yr. old. $150. Call 964-5116. 12/IOTFec
1/2 bath central heat and air. Must
work. Will sell pair for$60. 533.2036. It HORSESI HORSES Race-bred PROPERTY
12/17 quarterhorses, broodmares, yearlingsand SALERENTLEASEOFFICE 4960071.see to tfn/chg.appreciate 3/19 $6,000. Call
HAVI YOU REMARRIED LATELY Let's 2 year olds In training. Game prospects
SEVERAL TWO BEDROOM mobile homesfor
trade each others past life. Get rid of $1500 and up. Barrel pony $175. sole
or rent. Also lots for sole. Hale
hi. or her things and make It all OUR 964-5078. 12/102tpd 12/17 AND WAREHOUSE SPACE and Associates 4963939. 9/3
THINGS. We have a 3 BR home full to EXOTIC BIRDS at wholesale Blue Front located In Union County Times LIKE NEW 1914 THREE BEDROOM tfnchrg 2
trade you even or up or down. Call Amazons $350 each; African Greys, building. Call for Information. BATH DOUBIEWIDI. New central A/C. }
473.9055.5 a.m. to 9:30: p.m.ltpd 12/17 $225 each; Umbrellas, $350; Yellow 4962261. tfn. $14.700, financed $12.700 cash Mac
BROYHILL 8 piece formal dining room Napes, $750. Shipping and health certificate Douglas' Sr. 4U-1307. tln/ch.10/8 r r.r ere sew

set.12/17 I year old. $900. 9645410. Itpd 87-487 available. 13096943371. Icon INSURANCEMAINES SNJOI HOE VAlu lOOSI:

home $178 month. Credit
new blower and Sears triple wall pipe. $300. 964-7616 or 4963422. Itpd 12/17 Main Street lake Butler, 4963978. ,; owner p.r finance problem N'ANIiIIQSli_ 9 (cress from Dredfers Square
$225. Call 964-8548 after 5 p.m. Itpd FREEH Perfect Christmas male kitten, Complete Insurance Service 4/10Ifn ll/264tchg 12/17 Stark 964-4071
12/17 free to perfect family. Indoor or out
I door housebroken. 964-4288. Itchg

12/17 . .
FREE TO GOOD HOME I 2 year old male '" "" '" .I. ,
Chow mixed Good family dog.
964.2013.ltchg 12/17
GUINEA PIG female, brown and white,

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For information/application: .
j Forest Park Apartments 775 NE 1 st Street

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taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units. These all-

electric unit are spacious with lots of closet space and all have I'I

wall-to-wall carpeting draperies and kitchen appliances. On. '

site' laundry facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified I
For application and Information SN 2635 :

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KilnS Boys Varsity Wins in ]Double Overtime, Improves Record to 32p, _.___..
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hosting their invitational tourna- cut it to two at the half. One of the top players for KHHS In shot at the win in regulation, but cond three-minute period,with threeof name of the game for KHHS at the
ment Dec. 21. "Then we almost let It get away in the fourth was Doug Carter, who Paul Akridges shot at the buzzer four free throws made by Akridgein scorers' table.
KHHS got off to a strong start the third period," Coach Wingate scored nine points in the final rolled off the rim, sending the game a pressure packed situation,and a Doug Carter led the team with 17,
against a disciplined Nease squad, said. quarter, including six In the row into overtime.The driving. fast break basket by Aaron Bill Drost and Aaron Stanley had 12
getting nine first half points from Poor shot selection by the Indians with under four minutes to play. two teams both scored a pairof Stanley off an assist by Vey to clinch each, Vey hit for 11, Akridge had
' Tom Vey as they opened an eight gave the host team a chance to pull Bill Drost hit the tying shot for buckets In the first overtime, but the win. nine, and Tim Frazer and Marty
point lead in the second period, ahead by five going into the fourth KHHS with 20 seconds to go, then a the Indians. took! charge in the se- Once the again balance was the Hubbard had two each for KHHS.

before the home team came back to period. Nease turnover gave the Indians a .... .. .,
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basketball team blew away Center Jeri Johnsen was the top five from Staci Kangas including a : "
Orange Park St. Johns the state's scorer for KHHS against Orange three-pointer, five from Tiffany SALE STARTS TODAY QimitttyRlfliti
third-ranked 1A team, 65-30 in Park with 20 points and 11 rebounds. Mundell and Hope Arzle with four, Rs.rv.
J Jacksonville Tuesday night but facea Forward Ronda Arzie scored 16 Pam Wheeler with three and Bar-
much tougher task tonight when points, nine rebounds and was ex- bara Grabowski and Kary Campbellwith IFMS INSP1AT'IWPRICES
they travel to Pierson-Taylor for a cellent on defense with five steals. two each.
contest between the fourthrankedKHHS The girls scored 18 consecutive KHHS improved their record to 7-1
( ) and the third-ranked points in the first nprloH nnri nlnn ant with the victory. GOOD THRU SATURDAY

100% POLYESTER -- -

I Dietary Holiday Meals and TreatsSome CREPE du CHARM Rsular 1.00' S 169

15 Colors to Chooso 45" wide OFF
wise choices at holiday neuchatel, and plain. yogurt rolled in For dessert you'll save 90 calories
meals can significantly reduce your chopped nuts. and get plenty of vitamin A if you SPUN POLYESTER whit. TREMENDOUS SELECTION OF
calorie consumtion and still allow Did you realize that commercial choose pumpkin pie ((27S calories for
you to enjoy a trational meal in- eggnog has 340 calories per cup buta each piece of a 1" pie cut in sixths) THREAD A 12 'lor $ ] 00 PARTY FABRICS ENTIRE
cluding appetizer, meat, vegetablesand cup of spicy tomato juice has only instead of mincemeat.If 200 yd Spool limit 17
dessert. 35 calories? the dieter just has to have some METALLIC LAMEI LACES, STOCK OFCHRISTMAS
For appetizers, serve fresh If your main course is ham, counta of those yummy desserts, make the 100% POLYESTER and TRIMS SEQUINS
vegetables with a lowfat yogurt dip. three-ounce serving as 320 servings one-half or one-fourth the 8 e BEADED APPLIQUES
Yogurt has almost twice the protein calories; but three ounces of white usual amount.If TYE-DYE $19 e PURE SILKS*MUCH MORE
and calcium, one-twelfth the amountof turkey meat has only 150 calories; you choose the lower calorie op- 60"wide! *Regular 2.98 "LOWEST PRICES ANYWHERE"
fat and one-fourth the calories dark meat 175 calories. Add 75 tion in each of the above instances, yd IRIS
(145 per cup) of sour cream ((495 per calories for every three tablespoons you would consume 1,000 less POLYESTER & COTTON ALL COTTONCHRISTMAS
cup), Add one half package of cranberry sauce, or 180 calories for calories in this single meal than if UNBLEACHED 1
((50 every three tablespoons of gravy. you selected the alternatives. PRINTS Vl
dehydrated onion soup mix PRICE
calories) to plain yogurt and you The old favorite, bread dressing con- ( MUSLIN I
have a delicious dip. tains about 150 calories per cup.A Variety of Partirns 45"wide 99
Another nutrious calorie-wise bakes sweet potato will also E-Z WHEELS Values 3.9Ie Regular 1.98 yd.
have 150 calories while a candied 45" All.COTTONCORDUROY
choice Is crackers or apple slices .
am.cheese. Make a cheese ball using yam supplied 175 calories for every
two-inch piece. Y
Bleu cheese, lowfat Cheddar SUPER SUEDE

9647783Buy "Choice Fall Colorsl"' MANDEL FABRICS ASSORTED WALES
;$: ;, R :::jc rW .NII Q; ; I Here Pay Here A5'Valu.' $ ] 98 TREE SKIRT 45"and M"wide, $14 yd.

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GAS JUST $495. Down EZ Payments
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HEAT UP TO 5 ROOMS, CUT 80 Mercury$498 DN Capri E.Z. Payments 4 spd. nice car N t. MSVulufRtflulor $9 8 e e FLORALS CHARMEUSE |B OFF LOWEST SUPER WKI COLO IM*TOWN* 51O98Me IS.

HEATING COST BY 50%!! ,i 75 Plymouth Sport Coupe Fury 'ft". s.9 6.:a. yd.. Regular 3.98 to 6.98 e. ptr yard (Whir..r ll ) .. I Jb Yd; 'ft.j)

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