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

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cloudiness during the holiday season. Temperatures will be Try ( KLiNINI
moderate for the time of year, with lows in the 40's and 50's and SECTION Bi 12 Pa'.' ) ) ;
highs in the 70's. No freeze In sight at this time. Ho... Trallort. . . . . .I.Golf.r. FDca
Rainfall in Bradford County for the month to date remains unchanged H.lp Out. . . . .2B aVrll
from last week, with 1.02 inches recorded county wide in UC Horo Awards . . . SB d fL
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1 No Moratorium on Water Sewer Connections Engineer Says I

by Buster Hahn room to hook on residential water The city has sufficient pressurenow saying the city has reached its day, Dec. 17, for Sunshine Industriesand City commissioners 01 voted to proceed
BCT Staff Writer and sewer customers. Starke does to extend water service to the capacity for providing both water the Wal-Mart complex. with increment I of the plan.
"The City of Starke is not in trou- proposed shopping center, but must and sewer to the industrial park on City Attorney Terence Brown said

ble. The city has plenty" of time\if the have to get permits from the Depart install a 12-inch line to operate a SR-100 and the proposed Deerfoot Ruckman said the has suffi- the city can go to the bond market in
schedule is followed, engineer Don ment of for fire \Village (Wal-Mart Food city
Environmental RegulationDER sprinkler system protectionin Lion, etc) cient funds on hand to begin work February, if "we can get sewer
Ruckman told the city council Tues- ( ) for any major additions to the proposed center, city officials on US-301S. the system Immediately with the on needs in general terms." Ruckmansaid .
day, Dec 15. ,
the utility system but Ruckman saysno say. money being replaced from the bond his office can furnish the information
problem is anticipated in getting However, there is some urgency in issue later on. Tucker did not in general terms, but not in
There is no moratorium on the city permits to extend service to the proposed The veteran city engineer was getting under way with phase I of the disagree with Ruckman's assess- specific terms, by February. The $4
now, engineer Ruckman told The Wal-Mart shopping center and counteracting recent news from the water million bond
system, since site plans were ment of the city's financial condi issue is to cover both
Telegraph Dec. 21. There is still the city's industrial park. Department of Community Affairs approved by the zoning board Thurs- tion. sewer and water system renovation.

-- Board DebatesLocal


Sales Tax

Vs. Assessmentby

Joe Gissy leave it like it is," seemed to be the

+ 6 BCT Starr Writer consensus of the commission.The .
County commissisoners are special assessment Is expected

wondering, would a local sales tax to raise approximately
be preferable to the newly Instituted 700000. It was first thought that a
special assessment on disposal of one-cent sales tax would generate
solid waste? only half a million dollars, but recent -
information sets the figure at
The Commission agrees that some about $830,000, thus the interest of
inequities exist in the assessment the commission in changing to the
system, and some changes will be sales tax.
made next year, but to make policy In addition, the sales tax option
r changes at mid-year would not be would have to be placed on the ballotin
practical is the prevalmg thought.A a referendum, to be approved by
the voters.
one cent local option sales tax Chairman Mosley predicted "If
uM. ,:gtltll b:.L ,y t, was discussed Dec. 16 by the commission we could use the sales tax to replacethe
a as an alternative to the assessment, it would pass, but
special assessment. merely to reduce the assessment it
will not fly." It could not replace the

a ur. .' The sales tax can only be used for assessment entirely, because operation
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N9; ttaY.n ?*!1 r. At k said Solid costs are not covered.In .
*A*** '.? .i aS h capital improvements,
,> ? } y ** )"1 Waste and Zoning Director Darrell addition to the extra monies,
O'Neal. "Operational and other advantages of a sales tax are,
it would be collected and accountedfor
maintenance monies would have to
in Tallahassee and the money
come from somewhere else. Chess
funds could returned to the county. Also, the con-
not be used for solid
waste operations, only equipment sumers would be paying throughoutthe
instead of
purchases. year getting a big
at one time.If .
the county adds a penny the
----- .'. ... .>.. .. "We have taken the flak. The sale tax would be seven percent
.Clerk Neil TuckEtr.leff. and,Mayor Travis! Woods survey paving assessment Is In place". advised, after..the state's recently enactedonecent
scene. Chairman l lawrence Mosley. "Lets addition to it.

A Christmas for Starke AAPPY .. Tax Assessment Runs I

by Buster Rahn, BCT staff Writer '
Atop his soap box, Councilman Vernon Silcox wondered at last week's r Oct. 1987 Sept. 1988 I Ipeople

paved.Columbia Starke.council meeting if the parking lot in front of city hall would ever be ...

Paving Co. was busy Monday and Tuesday paving the new by Joe Gissy had been told it was to cover
Madison lot in front of city hall and Thompson Street, between Walnut and BCT Staff Writer the year 1987 "The ordinance was

Streets. The first year of the special adopted on Sept. 9, and is effective
Many of the Call St. merchants were beginning to wonder if promises to assessment for disposal of of solid as of that date."
give priority to paving the off-street parking area would ever materialize. waste is effective Oct. 1, 1981 and "We all need to be telling the same
Aside from councilmen and merchants, two other persons who have a HOLICAYS ,. runs through Sept. 30, 1988, the coun- thing" said Carter. Some officials
hand in the downtown revitalization project are pleased and relieved. ty's fiscal year, the same as the have informed citizens that the pay-
John Miller, chairman of the Downtown Project Committee of the county budget. rr.ent covers from Jan. 1 to Dec 31,
Chamber of Commerce, and Linda Day, grants administrator, are boundto The current assesssment bills this year and others have thought it

have sighed with relief. must be paid by April 1, the same as covers the year 1988
Things are definitely looking up. property taxes. A penalty of l'/4 per Solid Waste Director Darrell
Remaining to be done under the Columbia Paving contract are the bubbles cent per month will be charged for O'Neal explained to the board that
on Walnut Street in front of the Post Office and Badcock Furniture, late payments. the assessment was levied based on
two on West Call Street at SFCC and Terwillegar Ford, and two in front of Even county officials were confused the tax rolls and property ownershipas
The Telegraph. Then landscaper Bob Cooper will plant shubbery and on what period the special assessment of Jan. 1, but the payment is to
greenery inside the bubbles. DOT has let bids on the Call and Walnut A 9 covered, and when it was late. cover the fiscal year October I, 1987
Street intersection signalization. A new traffic light also is to be Installed 1 1t through September 30, 1988. O'Nealis
at Walnut and Madison (SR-100). "When is our special assessment to clarify this to all county officials
Brick cross walks are also planned at Walnut and Call. effective"asked CommissionerMaxie so that the question can be

Carter, after the zoning matters resolved.
A Home At Last... .
-.. were concluded at the County
The beautiful city owned Christmas tree, at right, has been erected on Commission meeting Wednesday, Delinquent
the corner of Thompson and Jefferson Streets, with the city hall In the Dec. 16."No "Other counties who have levied
background. Clerk Nell Tucker left, and Mayor Travis Woods, are gladto special assessments have expenenc-

see a happy ending to the question of locating the tree. ;:L.k.J<;'"-N ... r' way," said County Clerk Gib (See Assessment..p.i.fiit .\)
Brown, when he heard that some

Construction Set in 88 I

Worth Ming 4 *- Plans Ok'd., New
Timber Co office between the new is working to provide sewer and with regulations.
the time. In addition to those stores,
by Buster Rahn Zoning Board Chairman Walt
retail KOA campground and its former water lines into the park.
will be nine or 10 smaller
BCT Staff Writer Wescott read from the zoning
Deadlines. site Village.
Early .. Site plans for four construction outlets.It The new KOA campground will Belco Draws Fire... manual, which calls for a 6 foot

The Telegraph will be published projects, which bid to pump several has been Store rumored will that relocate Stump'sDepartment to provide full hook-ups, meaning electricity Jerome Kelley, engineer on the fence, topped with a two foot or
Tuesday next week and in million dollars Into the local namental.The .
placed When questionedabout water and sewer service will Belco Enterprise job on Orange
the mail Wednesday morning beginning early in the new Deerfoot Village. zoning board will recommendto
whose be available to each of the approximately Street, maintained his composure
because of the New Year holidays. year, were approved Thursday moving, Jim Womack, 100 campsites. All camp- under fire from residents opposed to the council that Belco Enterprise,
Advertising deadline will be S night, Dec. 17, by the Starke Zoning family owns and operates Stump'sstore sites will be paved, and the majoritywill the construction. Inc. be required to provide a 6 foot
p.m. Monday, Dec. 28, for the Dec. Board. said the move Is under firmedup consideration be pull-through designed, making Kelley was showing site plans for masonry wall, topped with a 2 foot
31 edition. The zoning board will recommend but has not been ornmental, such as lattice work or
for west
this time.Although it easy campers pulling a series of retail shops on the
approval of three plans as submit trailers or auxiliary vehicles to side of Orange St., between South similar material.
would not name
ted and will recommend the Belco Brown When asked where the water will
Upcoming... park without having to back-in, a and Gardiner Streets.
under consideration,
for the drug store drain, Kelley indicated a ditch runn-
Enterprises plans shops on
chore ,Isome people never really the in oppositionto
Atending meeting
Public meetings scheduled in the Orange Street, with modifications. Revco Drugs has been mentioned in construction were ing along the boundary of the site
master. the
coming weeks are: connection with the new center. plan. Jess Sandberg said the ditch Is
The campground will have 435 feet area residents Lee Black, Georgia
Bradford Zoning Board: Tues- Wal-Mart Center... Deerfoot Village has 619 feet of of frontage on US-301S, although Roush, Otis McKinney, Jess private property, belonging to each
day, Dec. 29, 7 p.m., in the Starke owned and will provide of the adjacent landowners, and in
Plans for Deerfoot Village, highway frontage, some Isn't useable, said McElroy. Sanberg and Doris Sandberg.In .
Hall. Belco will be
City Commission by Bradford Place, Inc., were 715:>> parking spaces. The Wal-Mart "It'll be a big Improvement," a recent city zoning board no uncertain terms, not
Bradford County : presented by Tony Brown, vice- store will have 43,660 square feet, McElroy said, In reference to the meeting, residents In the area hotly allowed to dump water into that
Monday, Jan. 4, 9:30: a.m. Commis- president of Herman Maisel and Co. and the Food Lion store will have new camping facility. contested rezoning a strip along the dram.
sion meeting room, courthouse. of Mobile, Alabama, developers of 2:>>,000 square feet. The parking lot Jerome Kelley, engineer for the west side of Orange St., between The site plan provides for 53 park-
Lawtey Commission: Monday, the project. Accompanying Brown will be landscaped with trees, project, said work will begin in Madison St. (SR-100) and LafayetteSt. Ing spaces adjacent to Orange St.,
Jan. 4, 7:30: p.m. City Hall. were Tom Shepherd, architect, replacing some of the trees that January, although brush cutting is ., from residential to commercial.The with the buildings lining the west
Starke Commission: Tuesday, reprenting Choctaw Engineering, have to be cut. Existing trees will be already under way. Construction zoning board recommended to side of the parking area.
Jan. 5,7:30: p.m., City Hall. Inc. of Fort Walton Beach; Steve retained, where possible, Brown should be complete within four mon- city council that the request to According to Chairman Wescott,

Dieter, engineer; Robin Walker, said. ths, Kelley said.Sunshine rezone be denied. Subsequently, the the proposed store building may be
partner in the Herman Maisel firm, Zoning board member BrendaAlvarez city commissioners overrode the too close to the west property line, as
Holiday Closings... and Donna Wells, leasing agent for moved to accept the site Industries... recommendation, and rezoned U1B defined by rules governing shopping

for convenience stores and gas stations Herman Maisel, Inc. Ms. Wells lives plan as presented, and the motion Site Plans for Sunshine Industriesnew strip, owned by Guy and Tom An- centers, and may require relocatingon
virtually all businesses and offices in Starke, and shares ownership of passed 50.Brown facility in the Industrial Park drews, operating under the firm the site plan. He proposed the city
will be closed Friday for the Orian Wells Chevrolet- said Bradford Place, Inc.. were shown by Bob Larramore, ex- name of Belco Enterprises.Once engineer review the site plans, keeping
Christmas. Oldsmobile dealership with her husband will give the city half of the required ecutive director of the Bradford property has been rezoned, in mind the required 25 ft.
Winn-Dixie and Eckerds will close Ortan Wells. 15 foot easement to run city water Association for Retarded Citizens site plan approval does not usually clearance.The .
Thursday at 7 p.m., and remain clos- Deerfoot Village will be built on 15 and sewer lines. Fred McElroy, who which operates Sunshine Industries, draw citizen opposition, but this case zoning board approved the
ed Friday. acres where the KOA campground is is moving the KOA campground to and engineer Jerome Kelley.A is exceptional. Local residents ask site plan 3-0, providing specifications -
Both banks will close Thursdaynoon currently located. The new shopping adjacent property, will give the the 11-12,000 square foot building ed, "How high will the fence be?" for the wall to be incorporatedInto
until Monday.The center will be anchored by a Wal- remaining 7.5 feet for the easement.. will be erected to house the facility, and, "Where will the water drain?" the plans by city commis-
post office and city hall will be Mart store, member of a discount with substantial paved areas for sioners, and locating the building in
Claire zoning
KOA Campground... and loading docks. Some Capps, who was on the compliance with .
closed Friday. The post office will chain, with its home office In Arkan- parking board but has regulations.The
reopen Saturday morning as usual. sas. Co-anchor in the shopping Fred and Pat McElroy, owners of land will be reserved for a recrea- assigned to the board of recently adjustment city commission will review
The courthouse and The center will be a Food Lion grocery, a KOA campground, will be movingsoon tional area, and some of Sunshine In- told Jerome Kelley the fence shouldbe the zoning board's recommendations -
chain moving 14 acre 'cam dustries' land will be reserved for for site plans at its regularly
Telegraph will be closed Thursdayand North Carolina grocery but moving a 10 feet high, to residents
Friday, Dec. 2425. into north Florida. pground with 100 campsites Isn't wetlands. The city has recently been from the preclude scheduled meeting Tuesday,Jan. 19,
seeing strip center. Kelley
will havea advised that a $71,000 grant has been
stations said the complex
Pep-O and Tenneco gas Brown easy. 1988.Mr.
said he could not 10 ft.
commit a
store will south of approved to build a road Into the Sandberg promised to be
and stores will maintain normal drug store and a department The new facility move
fence but the
,', ,. off SR-100S.)( The city owners will comply there.Merry .
Lewis exiting
'M.< 4 from naming either at its pro

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TELEGRAPH December Zt, 19111 t "..' .

-:- Col. Otte lfonore
Bus in 1981. let Sgt. of the may enter the U. S. Army as a
service at
; to the
by Joe Glssy.'i. ; yean'o. devoted T. Private First Class; rather than a
is MSgt ( )
BCT Staff Writer : ; : ; ford JROTC program' < and to recruit, according to Col. Otte. One
L Colonel William L.Otte, (7.9.. Af: Armed Services': of his country.Col. is the 14th year for the drill per week in uniform\ required
my (retired) and head of the Junior Otte was born in program at BHS. 128 for the course.A .
Reserve Officers Training Corps and was drafted into the Army pro's. are enrolled in the program student may enter the course for
(JROTC) at Bradford High School in 1951, during the Korean War. year. one,two,three,or four years.Twen-
for seven years,was honored before attended Officers Candidate Commander is Lt. Col. ty or so members of each graduating '
his Battalion In parade formation as a reservist,and served 28 Smith and Company Com class have enrolled in the course aU
called in his honor Friday,'Dee. 18. the regular Army. are Cpt. Marvin Lane and four years
Colonel Otte was presented a plaque Col. Otte was retired from the Clarence Williams. "The program is intended to make
by his Battalion Commander, my in 1979, and returned to better citizens of our students, not
teYt r.f .- ROTC Lt. Col. Spencer! Smith, Inscribed sin for two years. He came to cadet who elects the program necessarily to make soldiers of
1r} in recognition of the many ford County to join the JROTC four years during his high school them," says Col. Otto.
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( t I Request for Rezo. ::nine f on" Condominiums Withdrawn Until January_ I

withdrawn *temporarily' because president, plans to build condos, or ing board will recommend the
by Buster Rahn plan drawings were incomplete.The townhouses on the property. Ray change to commissioners.
BCT Staff WriterA request will-oe baqk before the Zon- Waldrup of Florida Realty of Office Complex...
request for condominiums or a ing Board at''I its next regular Gainesville has been representing Reggie Flynn,local attorney,ask-
townhouse complex at Wilson Road meeting, Thursday,Jan. 28, 1988. Findley on the project. ed the zoning board to reclassify 3
and Parker Street in east Starke was Upon hearing the announcement, Edwards Road... lots off W. Georgia St., near the
withdrawn prior to the Starke Zoning some 25-35 people,about half the audience courthouse from RIO to RP, allow-
Board meeting Thursday night, left the meeting. For the past several months, the ing the construction of an office com-
Colonel Otte Honored... Dec 17. Findley, of Gainesville, who has"B zoning board has been wrestling plex. The adjacent 2 lots are owned
The conference iA dtt.ib-.WfiRecty.- severalyears with requests to change properties heirs of Luke DeSue, but they
Col. William L. Otte. US Army (Ret.), Commander or the JROTC program with rooH''fi11fIIL.\ l is requesting 4.58 crest classified residential to industrial ".were' either not present,or do not object
at flits was presented a plaque by Cadet Lt. Col. Spenser Smith bybtly' .r.b'8 for the zoning Wilson Road and Parker St. be Property owner Louise Johnson to the changed classification.The .
Batalllon Commander, at a ceremony before his assembled batalllon. board meeting to get under way. rezoned, from RIA to R2A. The new Beverly reversed usual requests and zoning board approved the re-
Friday, Dec. 18. classification if approved,will allow asked for 2.1 acres located near the auest 5-0.
Plans Incomplete... multi-family units in the former Hercules yard on Edwards Road to New Members.-..
family residential area. be reclassified from industrial to
When Chairman Walt Wescott ChairmanWeacott introduced two
Ms. wishes to
residential. Beverly
Janet Turner, assistant zoning
called the meeting to announce director, said Roost Investment, build a home on the property.No one new members on the zoning board,
Director Darrell O'Neal ,and the zon- Robert Autry and Charles Jackson.
has been Inc.,Gainesville,of which Findley is objected to the request
the Earl C.Findley request I


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December... IMT TFI.EORAPU PagelA

Need for Water, Sewer System Improvements May Dampen Spirits in Starke I

by Buster Rahn BH&R has been commissioned 1i ijuiuder of the bond issue will be re- same reason. Cost of new water dictated by growth patterns and Railroad Line (for two crossings of
BCT Staff Writer study the city sewer system also, quired for the ewer system but the distribution system in. increment replacement smaller lines serving the railroad). It will require time to
Starke residents may have their and will render a report after the bonds will be validated only as the one, 400000. residential areas. Estimated cost of research the proper location for the
Christmas spirits dampened a little first of the year possibly In need for revenue arises reducing Interest Increment one also provides for the final increment, _,350. SW water treatment plant and two f
to learn the city Is considering a $4 February. costs.Increment. sinking a new water well and possibly three wells.
million dollar bond Issue to Beginning... Ruckman sees construction beginning -
update Commissioners are aware of problems building a water treatment plant In
aging and deterloated water and In the sewer system aside One... SW Starke near the armory on Edwards Ruckman said It will take 3-3tt in April or May.
sewer systems and provide for new from the need for expansion Phase I of the water renovation Road. When the new plant !I. months to do the design work and City commissioners approved a
construction planned for the south because of complaints by residents system is divided into 3 increments; completed one of the old existing secure the necessary permits from motion to allow BH&R to proceedwith
end of town. along Orange St.,and the Reno area, Increment one to be completed In plants will be abandoned. Cost of the' the Suwannee River Water Manage- the design work for the water
Don Ruckman long-time city cited by Ross Chandler, in the same 1988 increment two In 1989 and Increment water treatment plant and well ment District Department of Environmental !: treatment plant outlined in incre-
engineer and officer In the commission meeting.The 3 In the years 1990-91. 440000. Regulation and the CSX ment one

engineering firm, Bessent Ham- BH&R report contemplatestwo Increment Two...
mock and Ruckman (BH&R), along phases in the water system with In Increment one, new water
with engineer Gary Sneddon of the phase I to provide renovation of the transmission and distribution lines Ruckman says Increment two;
same firm presented the final plans existing system and expansion for are to be run to the industrial park calls for a second water treatment
of phase I for renovating the city immediate needs to Deerfoot area and south of town to the Wal- plant and emergency generator to NOTICE
industrial Mart and KOA be located on city property near the PUBLIC
water system to the city commissioners Village and to the Park. campground area,
during their regular meeting Phase Ills an estimate of long range with a connecting line crossing the water tank at a cost of$422,000. Ad.
Tuesday Dec. 15. needs expanding into areas where railroad to provide a loop. Larger ditlonal water lines to be built in 1989, ,
anticipated growth will take place. lines are to be run to the Pine Forest will cost an estimated 200000. '
Water and sewer rates in the city The proposed bond issue will provide apartments on SR-100W to increase When the second water treatment .t The Town of Brooker Florida will hold an I
will go up to pay off the bond issue, only for phase I construction. pressure and volume In event of fire. plant/ goes on line the second existing election on February 16. 1988. for the following 1
said engineer Ruckman although he Ruckman says phase I will requirethe Short connector lines will be replaced plant will also be abandoned offices: two seats on the Town Council. 1-
did not say how much. expenditure of$2,368,350. The re- in other parts of town, for the providing the city with new and Candidates may qualify to run for the above !
modern water treatment and pump-
normal business hours: 9:00: a.m. 1
ing facilities. I offices during
Long Term Debt Worries BoardIn Increment Three... to 12:00.: Monday, Friday & Saturday beginning
December 28. 1987. ending January 2. 1988. All
The third Increment consists of
I must be received at Town Hall
qualify papers
placing new lines where needed as

13 County Solid Waste Programby FLA.TWIN THEATRE by noon.January 2. 1988. \

Joe GissyBCT commission at its Dec. 18 zoning A reduction in the amount of waste Starke 964.5451
Staff Writer meeting.The being delivered te a regional facility MERRy CHRISTMAS
County commissioners are becoming commission is reluctant to could drastically change the rates *Open Every Night *
leery of getting tied up in a long enter Into such an agreement, since charged,and the county could be left ,
term bond issue In a 13-county: all county waste including "holding the bag," because of long $2.00: SPECIAL] rT1
regional solid waste group municipal,, would have to be com- term bonded indebtedness. 3
dominated by the larger counties of mitted to this project. The idea that I I Sat & Sun 5:00: show)1L Wishing you

Alachua Bradford and Columbia.If Joins the. Regional sites new processes may become or alternate attractive disposal to Permits A sub-committee Expiring..has. been _Jy!!sclayshow' !:! _j 1 joy and happinessall

Solid Waste Management Master municipalities or the county itself established within the regional Starts Friday. Dec. 25 season through.We tC
makes a long term committment
Plan it would require a firm com Policy Advisory Committee, with
mittment: for 15 or probably 20 years risky the commission feels Bradford Commissioner Joe Kiddick value your friendship.
for a bond issue to finance the The county is responsible for a member, to talk to Secretary a4 DoomDIANE n
disposal system chosen. disposing of the waste from a Twachtmann of the Department of
"All tie talk I hear is for 20 municipality within the county by Environmental Regulation in Corbett's :cc
Commissioner Joe state mandate but if the city can Tallahassee to try to get extensionson KEATON EU! c-
!trick, Bradford County's find another way it likes better, the the Consent Orders most regional Tire & Service
representative on the Solid Waste city is not obligated to send its wasteto counties are operating under and Frl.. Mon.-Thur. 7:00.9:00 :
Policy Advisory Committee, to the the county facility. which will expire next summer. Sat. & Sun. 5OO. 7OO.: 9OO 964.6436
U V)

ArraignmentSet Screen fSHEI"5Cinderella II ::::J) $j j'lt

Dec. 30

ypt LU G; I

In Kinsley Frl..Mon.-Thurs. 7OS
Sat. & Sun. sos:

Zoning CaseArraignment SCHWAIWNEGGDITHE : 1 ', 1I1

date for Starke at
torney Gene Shaw on two charges of RUNNING MAN
alleged zoning violations at Kingsley [!!]
Lake has been set for 10 a.m. I
Wednesday Dec. 30 in Clay County 9O3
Court. Sat. & Sun. 7:03, 9:03
Shaw is charged with violating the .
Clay County Zoning Ordinance by
failure to obtain a permit from the PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE1st \
chief building inspector,and moving
""* "' "" -
d m ODHe Rome' into -3H' RB-IOhe1"
(Single Family Residential District) 4 WI Public\ Hearing NoticeThe .,

led where mobile homes are not. -permits City of Starke is considering applying to the Florida Department: of Community -

Zoning ordinance 82-45 provides Affairs (DCA) for a Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDCB) of

\ that "a permit bearing approval of ? up to '575,000. These funds must be used for one of the following purposes:
the building inspector of Clay
County shall be obtained to construct benefit low and moderate income persons; or

move reconstruct or struc- o 2. To aid in the prevention or elimination of slums or blight; or
tually alter for any purpose any Dowcll
building or structure." 3. To meet other community development needs having a particular urgency
The ordinance also provides that Pest because existing conditions pose a serious and immediate threat to the health or i

the classification SFD (single"is not family construed dwelling as) ControlQlouy welfare of the community and where other financial resources are not available to

including mobile homes travel to Con in the hiqhest, 964-5233AD meet such needs.

trailers, housing mounted on motor on eARth peAce coos will IOWARO men The category of activities for which these funds may be used are in the areas of
vehicles, tents houseboats or other -llIkE'l.t4Joy
forms of temporary or portable neighborhood revitalization or housing and include such physical improvements,

housing.Non-conformance" with these drainage, and neighborhood facilities or housing activities such as rehabilitation, ,
: provisions
constitutes a second degree demolition of dilapidated housing and relocation of residents, weathenzation and

felony punishable by fine up to$500 efficiency improvements, code enforcements and land assembly or site (
and/or 60 days in jail for each day of i energy
) information the of
violation after sentencing. Under the preparation for new construction. Additional regarding range
law each day of such violation is f ; activities that may be undertaken will be provided at the public hearing. .

considered Clay County as a code separate enforcement offense.officer For each activity that is proposed. at least 51 % of the funds must benefit low and

Charles Pless said that moderate income persons.

although conforming"the since lot a itself grandfathered-is "non- In developing an application for submission to DCA the City of Starke must planto

in mobile home was already on it at minimize displacement of persons as a result of planned CDBG activities. In addition -

the fact time does not of Shaw's affect the purchase requirementto this s the City of Starke is requ ired to develop a plan to assist displaced persons.

obtain permits for any additional rf The public hearing 'to receive citizen views concerning the community's housing
unit placed on the lot. ,JWi and community developmenfneeds will be held in City Commission Room, City

AssessmentRuns ) I tjt 52 Hall, on January.5 1988, at 7:30 p.m. To obtain additional information concerning I''

the public hearing contact Linda Day or Julee Wise 108 E. Call Street, Starke, Fla.

32091 9648902. i
from page 1A)
ed as much as 20% delinquency in
payments" Commissioner Joe Rid-
dick advised according to Linda .
Com grant administrator. In this case, the decision is clear..
There is a penalty of l'/4% per ALLI
month or an annual rate of 18% for CHRISTMAS JOY 6ULFPRIDE SUPER

late Commissioner payment or Carter."A non-payment. said GREEN & HODDS PA,

be on the Attorneys al law
lien can placed property PREMIUMMOIROIL.
? md eventually the county will 215 W Washington Si 901.5700
collect" said Chairman Lawrence
Mosley. "We may have to wait
several years to collect until the
property changes hands" he said, to the world. .
but eventually the county will get
its money" If you want your engine to lost, give it the best
'V protection.Gulfpride Super Premium 10W/40
Editor's NoteA $75 assessment And to every hearth and home. and 1OW/30 motor oils are specially formulated
f delinquent after one year would$75'be We thank you so much for ((( v->_ with ZDP-one of the toughest anti-wear
$88.50. The year
Iff $192.93. The third year if no your valued business Super Premlu agents available to protect your engine and
1 payments are made the bill would ul extend its life.
be $318.18. After four years $461.57, / +J 1OWI30 ? Gulfprlde. See your local Gulf dealer today and get
) bill would be / Si Super Premium
and the year BADCOCKHOME Premium motor oils.
Gulfpride Super
I $633.15. After 10 years the debt 10WI4O
1 would.equal $1,780, and in 15 years FURNIJHINOS CTR Because whIM you give your
1 over 4700. At the 18 APR rate the 128S. Walnut 964 5289 engine the best, you'll get
hen would double about every 4 the best from your engine.
I years thereafter until after 25
i years, it would amount to more than
!i $26,000 and in 29 years over$52,000. 1 ':

About $120,000 has been collectedso -.
far on the special assessment according -
to Gladys Pierce of the tax REGISTER OIL COMPANY

collector's no discount office.for paying This year early there and is Open Mon.-Frl. 8 to 5; Sat. 8 to 12 e 308 S. Thompson St.

some taxpayers are omitting the,, Stark. e 964-9888
\ assessment when paying taxes. IP 0.. K.rMn. Dlocol tube Oil .."......

(In etedi)1k..&rubs for ATV., ,",do.. Auto*, (potor Homo. town Mere Compvt.rio4 Moot.......
Wt Millet to wish you for>u.l mmmm
many blessings at I Ii
Christmastime,now and
throughout the coming year.

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tA TELEGRAPH December 24,1981

Christmas in Starke. Past, Present"God


bless onesaid Tiny it was a grand affair,and its management,
us every from first to last,was such as to give entire
Tim.Ever satisfaction and delight to all-both young
since Charles Dickens wrote his and the old. .
Lighting immortal "Christmas Carol" 150 yean '
ago, the unforgettable characters of Tiny The ,editor and founder of The
Tim,Bob Cratchett,Scrooge,and Morley's Telegraph, Col. William Wyatt Moore,
ghost have become household words,as In- came off handsomely in the gift exchange,
Many years ago Call Street was delibly identified with the Christmas receiving "a magnificently wrought cigar
known as Starke's "great white way" season as Santa Claus. case, filled with delightful Havanas." He {rct
with its shining globe lights on tall expressed his appreciation editorially to
wonder how
Indeed, we almost th'w;
0 "the fair donor, whoever she may be,
metal standards. Then for some
Christmas was observed without Tiny Tim
assuring said lady that "the gift is
reason that the passage of time'has .- hobbling around on his crutch, and highly appreciated young, not only for its exquisite
obscuredthe lights were removed, Morley's ghost clanking chains all over the beauty and valuable contents, but
and the "great white way" was place. for the kind consideration that prompted
darkened. We can only imagine how Christmas was her in making the gift." That was period
celebrated in Starke in the first decade graciousness in thought,word and deed. ... -
Now, the lights are beginning to after the railroad came and the first post :."'-.I"-.---
reappear as a part of Starke's office was establish in 1857. There was
to record events of the holiday Hard Times AgainA
no newspaper
downtown redevelopment project. to buy a chicken for Christmas.dinner,
until when The
Although they won't be completely Installed season established.In damper was put on the Christmas much less the traditional turkey. Eight
by Christmas Day enough are season again in 1894, the year of the Big hundred unemployed Bradford Countymen
In the downtown its first Christmas issue, printed in Freeze that ruined thousands of orange were struggling in low-paid public
already burning December of that year, the four-page groves in Bradford County and the rest of works projects at 40 cents an hour for a
district to give an idea of the dazzling paper reported that: "The Union Sunday North Central Florida. Starkeites had en- 30-hour work week. Hardly enough to buy
difference they will make when the lighting on every lamp post, and School Christmas Tree was the hand- joyed a fairly mUd Christmas morning foodmuch less toys for the children.
project is complete.As individual and commercial somest thing of the kind we have ever with temperatures in the mid-50S. But
many new seen. It contained over 300 presents, some three days later the Christmas spirit was More War Prosperity
all psychologists know, there is displays, Including our already of which were of much value." turned to despair when the morning of 1941 whenCampBlandingwasestablish
nothing like effective lighting to boost famous and brilliantly lighted water This was a "union",or community tree, December 29 brought readings as low as 14 Depression Days were over by during the

the spirits and convey the message tower, Starke has never been more since Starke had only one church at that degrees from a blast of arctic air sweeping outbreak of World War II, and Starke
that here is a town that is proud of its lavishly decked out for the holidays. time the Methodist, in a modest logbuilding down the State. Oranges were frozen solidon became a "boomtown" with the influx of
and willing to face the future on Church Street,about where the the trees,with ice splitting the trunks of thousands of service men and their
Such an atmosphere makes it much St. Mark's Episcopal Church is today. The many, down to the ground. Christmas families.The Christmas season of 1941 was
with its best foot forward. easier to say MERRY CHRISTMAS Methodists were generous in sharing its cheer was short-lived that year. the "busiest and dizziest" in the history of

With the City's new Christmas and sincerely mean it. use, however, and let other denominationsmeet Good News/Bad News Starke. Stores along Call Street said their
in the building. They all joined business during the holiday season had Increased -
Christmas of 1898 and 1899 were times of three or four thousand percentover
mixed emotions. Starke had won the coun- previous years. Starke's postmaster
A Four Member CommissionIs ty seat election in '98 and was still rejoic- reported that the volume of general
I ing over having the courthouse back again delivery mall was "up a thousand
after losing it to Lake Butler in the last percent" over previous Decembers, and
Subject to StalemateThe election. It was also a time for rejoicing as business continued to boom until the end of
local Guardsmen had been mustered out in the war and things returned to normal.
December from duty in the Spanish-
present impasse over filling the qualified, unless the city commission American War,just in time to be home for Debts ForgivenPerhaps

current vacancy on the City Commis- shall, as hereinafter provided, hold a Christmas.But the most unusual expression of
sion has focused attention on reasons special election to fill such vacancy." the Christmas spirit occurred in the
for the delay which have unex- elec- the good times were short-lived. depression year of 1932 when J.L. (Uncle
gone In the present instance a special
Another devastating and final freeze camein Joe) Harrell, Lawtey produce buyer and
plained and have caused much speculation tion to fill the vacancy does not seem the winter of 1899, ending forever the farm supply dealer, gave his customers a
on the part of voters. practical, since before all necessary arrangements reign of citrus as a money crop in this surprise Christmas gift by announcingthat

An editorial in Monday's GainesvilleSun including advertising and area. he had cancelled all accounts against

said the "root cause of this situa- qualifying periods, could be fulfilled, them,burned his books, and was going into

tion" is the two-year-old NAACP only a few months would remain in the Armistice in 1918A 1933 bankruptcy.with a clean"We slate will and begin trust the that year eachof of

lawsuit challenging Starke's method of term and it would hardly be worthwhilefor us can sleep better,cease worrying, and
electing commissioners at large rather a candidate to pay the necessary together for Christmas festivities in happier Christmas was the one in 1918 be happier,in the New Year," Uncle Joe ,
than from single member districts. $300 qualifying fee, nor the City to pay Sparkman's Hall on Call Street. when the Armistice,ending the fighting in said in a notice to his customers.
There has been some "street talk" hin- the $1,200 to $1,500 estimated expense World War I,had been signed in Novemberand
With seventy-eight scholars from the the boys were beginning to come hom-j
ting that the Commissioners were think- involved in staging a special election. Starke Male Female Institute attending, again.

ing in terms of how the appointment of a Four or five years ago a special together with their teachers and parents,
black to the existing vacancy might in- "...the hall was crowded to its utmost Christmas 1933, in the midst of the Great Forestry .
fluence the NAACP to drop its suit for Charter Revision was appointed capacity, and still a great many could not Depression, reached another low ebb in
member districts.The to study needed changes that find seats or room to stand in.Altogether, spirit when many families were hard put in Bradford County
single .
have developed over the past 25 years
Sun's conclusion that the appoint- since the charter was originally written.

ment of a black to the Commission is be- The committee held one meeting and Attention, Landowners!

ing used as a bargaining chip in negotia- adjournedapparently forever. It .J, 'Letters to the Editor Interested in learning about

tions on the lawsuit does not stand the might be too late to meet the needs of sources of additional income potential? Ever

test of logic. Even if a black were appointed the present fiasco, but there will be 'Y our woodlands could be
and the suit was dropped, the others in the future, and an ounce of more profitable Here is your chance to
appointee would have only a few monthsto prevention is worth a pound of cure. A Band Fan Urges Stronger Support take a one-day dream vacation to Jacksonville -

serve before he would be faced with general overhaul of the charter could For"A Great Bunch" of KidsEditor and Florida-Georcria find out about Forest all these Landowner ideas.A .

having to run for a full term in county- provide that prevention. ,. Seminar sponsored by the University'of

at-large voting as it is now. Nothing and a wonderful group of young people. Florida Cooperative Extension Service
would have been accomplished by the With a four-member Commission Telegraph: They know how to conduct themselves IFAS and the University of Georgia
NAACP toward getting a black elected there is always the possibility andthreat I am writing this letter in the hope it will very respectfully when they go to other Cooperative Extension Service will beheld
from a single member district. of a tie vote among a four- get into The Telegraph. towns and schools. I do not have any kids on Conference February 27, 1988 at the Quality Inn
of in the band, but I do have nephews in the Center, in Jacksonville
member Commission which course
Other factors involved seem much I am referring to a matter that should band and I think they are a great bunch. I Florida. The theme for the seminar is
more likely to be causing the present is legally a NO vote. This poses a cons- concern many of your readers regarding would be proud to be a part of them "Alternate" Enterprises for Your Forest
stalemate, and these can be attributedto tant threat of stalemate on important the Bradford High School Band (Spirit of anywhere at any time. Land. The seminar will provide the lan-
issues, especially on controversial mat- Bradford). I'm a concerned resident of downer with up-to-date information on the
weaknesses in an outdated City I think Starke residents should stand up management and economics of various
Charter which was first adopted in the ters, such as zoning and, as in the pre- Starke who wants to state my opinion and be proud of the band and support themin alternatives.

late 1960s and amended in 1972 to provide sent instancethe appointment of about many of a you matter in Starke that should and Bradford also concern Coun- all their activities.I Items which you may be interested in In-
for a Mayor-Commissioner form of members to fill vacancies. am a little ashamed of the turnout from clude: cattle/grazing leases, Christmas
The amended ty.If Starke when the bend goes to contests out trees Pond management/fee fishing, and
government. charter says any of you were at the Christmas of town. They are a great band musically Wildlife management/hunting leases.
that vacancies are to be filled by appointment Parade, you heard Mr. Ball announce the and should have the support of their home These topics will be separate afternoon
by the mayor "with the con- need for new uniforms for the band.I town. I also went to some of the football sessions which landowners will be asked to
sent of the city commission". But it sets Happy Holidays have had the great privilege of being games this year and was really ashamedof select to attend. The morning session will
no time frame within which the appoint- able to go with the band on some of their the way the crowd reacted when the include everyone, as prominent people in
ment must be made. contest trips this year, even though it was band played. They played their hearts out, the know speak on topics such,as changes
Consequently, a at the end of the year. I have truly enjoyed and hardly got any crowd response.I in timber tax legislation,' types of
Commissioner could resign, or be incapacitated But Not for AllThe going with them, and watching and listening assistance (not just money) available to
only hope this gets into The
by illness or death in the to them band. Telegraph forest landowners, and how
play. They are a great and eats on the hearts of all readers. you may be
first month of a two-year term, and the Maybe they will get off their your pocketbooksand able to get the most out of your
Commission, if it so desired, could wait Christmas lights along the street are give generously toward new uniforms timberland.
until the next City election to fill the shining brightly, reminding everyone that the Petitions CirculatedTo for a great bunch of hardworking young The cost of the one-day session is $30
which Includes
of the is lunch and is tax
happiest holiday season year upon us deserve deductible
people. They really a good break.
vacancy. once again. Holiday greetings are passed bet- Seek Ballot I'm looking forward to going with them to (if you can deduct any since the tax
Likewise, there are no provisions for ween friends and acquaintances, wishing one the concert contests when they start. changes). As soon as a schedulcuef events
another a "Merry Christmas and Happy New On Language IssueDear is available it will be posted lor'you at my
applicants who seek to fill a to
vacancy Year." Keep up the good work and spirit, Brad- office as well as registrationbnaterial.
apply formally to the Commission, For some people in our community, it will bea ford High School Band, as weand I am Now that I have purchased my Florida-
stating their qualifications and reasons sad occasion indeed, with the promise that Editor: speaking for myself and hopefully a lot grown Christmas tree, I wish you and your
they wish to serve. Under the present many Christmases to come will be little better. The news that Florida will be receiving more-really love you all,and are proud of families the happiest of holiday seasons. I
system, or non-system, five or six applicants Monday night, Dec. 21, the Bradford County increased immigration from Cuba in the each and every one of you. plan on heading to snow and ice country
School Board approved Superintendent Jim for a bit (very small piece) of white holiday
could seek the office and each near futurenot to mention the eventual A Concerned Band a -
Duncan's recommendation to expel a IS year possibility that Nicaraguan Contras will be Supporter from Starke season. Believe It or not even a
might informally approach a different old 9th grade student for the remainder of the given asylum at some point in this P.S. Yes, I plan to give for a new uniform. forester gets tired of green sometimes.
Commissioner and verbally express his school year for his involvement in a school- countrymakes the current English Happy holidays!
or her desire to serve. ground drug deal.Superintendent. language issue even more relevant for
Duncan outlined the chain of discussion.
Under this casual set-up, it is possiblefor events leading up to his recommendation to ex- As Florida becomes increasingly -
each Commissioner to commit to his pel the boy, citing his involvement in selling multicultural and multilingual, Florida
own favorite among the applicants, marijuana, violating the school's code of con- voters need to decide in what language its .:
duct well as state law.This not the Don't' Be A
as was
making it virtually impossible to obtaina boy's government will operate. By tradition, k Scrooge
first offense. He has been disciplined a numberof
English has been that language of choice,
majority voteespecially with a four- times previously, and expelled recently for but there are areas in south Florida where
member Commission.It bringing a weapon to school. citizens find that knowledge of yet another
The Florida penal system is filled with young language is needed in order to get informa-
also be in the
helpful picking
convicted felons who began dabbling in drugsin tion from local government agencies.A .
best man for the job, to have all applicants school,and either dropped out,or was forced petition campaign to put a proposed
reviewed by the Commission in out, lacking education or job skills to competein English Language Amendment on the
order to obtain the best man or womanto today's labor market. Florida ballot in November, 1988 has acquired -
One does not have to read tea leaves or con-
serve. Candidates who thus far over 200,000 signatures. Of
formally announce -
sult a soothsayer to read the future of young
that number, 106,537 have been validated.
and run for office in a regular people who plant their feet on the path this boy (Bradford County has submitted 23 peti
election are privileged to do so without has taken. Without a miracle,he may well pass tions.)

stating qualifications, but there is no through the gates of the Reception Center in Some people ask why such a proposed U RETURN TO
this Lake Butler, before his 18th birthday. amendment is .
when is
reason privilege should be extendedto necessary English
I appointees.The Who has failed? His parents? Society and its already the language of government in so P. O. Box 509, Starke, Fla.
institutions, the school or churches? many of Florida's counties. Without such

other option in filling a vacancyon Psychologists are frequently being quoted an amendment, the way is open for apolitical You can help the handicapped of Bra -
these days as saying everyone,except the boy,
the Commission movement to make deals with
is also treated '
too to and more productive
has failed, leading some young people to ford County a new
casually in the 1972 amended Charter. believe they are not responsible for their own Florida legislators agencies to force to become Florida'sgovernmental bilingual life by contributing to the Bradford/ARC-*

simply states that "All persons so appointed wellbeing.It's trilingual or quadrllingual. Sunshine Industries Building Fund to raise
(as outlined above) shall hold time we quit flagellating or blaming Are you aware that Florida's residents money to complete a new workshop In /
I office until the next regular election, or ourselves for of the failures of others, and realize represent 75 language groups? Imagine Enterprise Park.
that each has for
until his successor is duly elected and behaving in a rational manner.responsibility demanded the chaos if all even official half of documents those groups be Just send your donation or pledge to the
call 964-7699 to learn how
L printed in their native languages? above address or
1 Voters in your area who would like to you can help In this effort.

RID' COU sign such petition can receive copies by ...............!!.........!..i......!.......,.t......trt ....1
writing to Florida English Campaign, 5445
miliiji Mariner St., Suite 306, Tampa, Fl 33609 or have enclosed a donation or pledge for the completion of Sunshine Industries
t E p p4 by calling (collect, if necessary), (813) Center for the handicapped In the amount of I or
287-0656. pledge to be paid on a weekly-Monthly-or yearly-basis(check
The deadline for submitting the required one)
0 :350,000 valid voter signatures Is August
BOB G.FERGUSON. -JOHN M. MILIEU 1988, but citizens all over the state are Name
gl'10f1 Publishers" distributing petitions as though the
Published/ each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter al the Post Office at deadline were next Address a
S....... Flo.,under Act of March 3, 1179. Subscription rate In trade area: $10 per year; $5.50 six month. week.Dr.. Patricia Fulton = --
outside trod area: $11 per year; $4 ilx month. Director of Communications rnone Number.I'a.e \.
Phone M4.63O5 P.O.Drawer A S to,....Fla. Florida English Campaign t: .. ._
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December 24. IM7 TELEGRAPH Pag*(A ,
Engctg&tnents. f
Christmas lano Recital Presented :
/ _

On Friday Dec. IB, Louise Marie my farado, Viva'RUey, Beau Ely,
SOCial News Stern presented her piano studentsin Carrie Foster and Barbara Smith.
a Christmas recital, held at the Jimmy Parado, Viva
Fellowship Hall of First United Jane Stanwix-Hay received Theory
Methodist Church. Awards of composer statuettes for

Weddings Births m Club New-, Taking part in this recital were: completing theory projects.
Patty Foster Kara Andrews. Adam After the recital, everyone en-
Engagements,, Church News Social Event* Marchese, Jana Bennett, Lindsay Joyed a social hour in which gifts
r Payne, Kellie Hannah Lisa GWen- were exchanged and refreshments
-.. waters, Julie Ponder} Barbie prepared by mothers of the pupibi\!
,Crawford Jane Stanwix-Hay. Jim were served. flfPput |

Melton-Wllklson Wed Saturday

Bobbijoe Lynn Melton, daughterof The bride wore a simple white
Christine Joy Mead and Roger gown and carried a bouquet of mix- WIrier off 'ei! tomorrow Happy ffofufayS
Lee Mead of Starke, and Jerry ed flowers. I what can on today
you put
Calvin Wilkison, son of LaVonne Following the wedding receptionswere
Kay Wilkison of Lawtey, were mar held at LaVonne Wilkison and -
ried Saturday, Dec. 19 in a 11 a.m. Carla's Sandwich Shop. ... Leila'sDress
ceremony at the groom's home. .
-:', ,'U! The wedding was performed by RMSN Birdie AllenAlien ..
... -
.u. UIMftWVIIand Mr Jose Santos. The bride was Beta Sigma Phi i' & Gift
Thomas Johns given In marriage by her brother, Has Pledge RitualThe Home For HolidaysRMSN Shop'We've
Dennis rn.nn Mon.l .y
Braswell-Johns Birdie Allen, stationed in
Best man was tactic Santos. Miss XI Iota Delta Chapter of Betas
Guam, is home for the and
Engagement Told Sigma Phil held holidays got It for last minute gifts"Selected
Sharon A. Harvey was maid of a pledge ritual for would like to see her friends.
honor. Ring bearer was the bride's new members at the home of Rose
She is
Minnie Lee Braswell of Orange Smith the daughter of Lloyd Allenof
on November
brother, Korey J. Mead. 17.
Park and Starke and of
Gordon Joyce Miller
Edward Braswellof
Grand New pledges are Sheila Hardee Gainesville. group of sweaters 25% Off
Ridge Fl., announce the Tornado Joyce Johns, Jewel O'Neal andSylvia
engagement and approaching mar- H/gh-Qers Underhill. The Chapter also Great Discounts on Dresses & Skirts r
riage of their daughter, Gloria Beat St. AugustineThe had an Exemplar Ritual for Alice '
We will be
Dec. 26
Elizabeth Braswell of Orange Park, Clance. open Saturday,
to Thomas Richard Johns,son of Mr. Bradford High School High-Q
Teams closed out the 1987-88 regular Members are now getting items I
and Mrs. Silas
Randolph Johns III of
together for the S4's
Christmas Basket ""
with St.
Starke. season by splitting The that
'";< gives you
they give away each The 'WiW
The year.
Augustine. Varsity the
at The wedding Island will be March 12, 1989 rematch with the Jackets 177-147 Sorority will have their Christmas Gift; t Certificate* service. fffr service charge on
Fleming Baptist Church in party for members at the home of f
Orange Park. All friends and and gained a measure of revenge l' PItlaua5e'JII Cay-a-ways. Tt% carry Junior,
because of an early season loss to St. Brenda Slade on Dee IS. The Dec. 1 I
relatives are invited to attend Augustine.The meeting was held at the home of felites, Misses & Large sizes.
The bride-elect is employed by Bonnie Landry. Light Safely For
JV not
High-Qers were as suc-
Town Sc Country Veterinary Clinic. Members Diane Hodge and Bren- A Brighter Holiday
cessful as they fell to the Jackets bya
The bridegroom graduated from 125-150 score. The varsity closed da Thomas shared information on Bradford Square Shopping Center 964-5051

employed Bradford by High Florida School Asphalt and Contracting Is- out record its and regular insured season another with winning a 6-3 their visited recent the three trip islands to Hawaii.of Hawaii They, 'Tis the season to be cautious. To I Store Hours: Monday-Saturday 9:30-6.30: Leila's Visa Mastercard

Oahu, Maul and shared a lot of In- help make your holiday safe and
season as they enter the tournament
Florida and
more enjoyable, Power
teresting information with
season. The JV finished with a 4-3 the these sim-
chapter. Light Company suggests

record.Both High-Q teams will par ple lighting safety: precautions for decorative :FOR: UNTO US A CHILD IS BORN

ticipate in the North Florida High-Q Use
only lights approved by a
W I IM Conference's Central Division Tournament Annual Party Given testing agency such as Underwriters
on Friday, Feb. 5. The Laboratories Inc. '
For Six Children a In of
second-seeded varsity High-Qers
Check each set of lights- new or
could play in the conference tourna- With Splna Blflda old, for cracked or broken sockets,

division ment with tournament.a good showing at the A Christmas Party for six adopted frayed or bare wires and loose con- your loyalty and

children of Mr.and Mrs. Ken Larsenof nections. Discard damaged sets.
A semi-fmabst at last year'sFlorida
Make certain lights are
High School Academic Tour- Interlachen was held Tuesday Never indoor support,best
waterproof. use lights
I"r" nament, the Tornado academic night Dec. 15,at the Bradford Family outside.

_, a \.4."I...". f"\....Jr.lti." .+. team has already been invited back All Restaurant.of the children have Spina Never use electric lights on a wishes for
for a return visit and the team is currently metallic tree. Use colored spotlights
Bifida, and each was presented a
conducting fundraisers for
Deanna Tomlinson above or beside the tree, but never
gift from under the Christmas tree.
that Anyone interested in
and Hilton ColemanTomlinsonColeman purpose. fastened to it. .
helping out should call Coach This event is sponsored annually 'Don't overload a tree with lights. a merry
by Steve and Kitten Denmark and i
Stanley Crawford after the Determine the appropriate numberof
Steve Whitehead.
Plan June WeddingMr. Christmas Holidays. bulbs by multiplying the tree's Christmas.
hjeight by its maximum width, then
and Mrs. Winfred E. Tomlin- triple that number. A 6-ft.-tall, 4
son of STarke announce the engage- i) 'Twas the before ft.-wide tree takes about 72 bulbs ((6
night Christmas when
ment of their daughter, Deanna x 4 x 3-72). :__ p Jones
Michele Tomlinson, to Hilton C Coleman Use no more than three sets of t'
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. r all through the house not a creature lights per single extension cord. t Craft
Hilton C. Coleman, Sr., of Starke. Keep bulbs away from flammable Shop
The bride-elect graduated from was stirring..not even a mouse... materials such as fabric, paper or 301
S Plaza
Bradford High School and Santa Fe cardboard.
Community College of Gainesville Turn off tree and decorative lights 964.7633From
Clement Clarke Moore
and is currently enrolled in the when leaving the house or retiring Jackl&Ermi Janet
University of North Florida in for the evening. I
Jacksonville.. '-.._.- ..'
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The wedding is planned for June .tMk.

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their fellowman in need.
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1979 Ch.vrol.t Pickup, I.D. No. NOTICE OF BID Item 3-Dodge Pickup Truck IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
CLNU9821B791At The Bradfurd County Board of Commlssloners Item. 1nternatlonal Dump Truck ID OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
STATES DISTRICT the property of th. above named will open seated bids or< T46620H313321 CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
COURT MIDDLE DISTRICTOF d.f.ndant and that on Monday, th. 28th Monday, January 4, 1988, at 10:00 a.m. Item 3--Alr Compressor (compressor BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
FLORIDA.JACKSONVILLE day of December, 1987, at two o'clock on for on. ((1)) Type I Rescue Unit. gone) Case No.87-643.CA
DIVISION told day on th.premliei of the Bradford Specifications for this bid may be picked Item Dodge D-500 SUTHILAK SUNDUSADEE,
Court No.87-705-CIW-J-16 County Jail I will offer for idle and tell up from Cliff Chapman Director of /--International Cub Cadet 86 Plaintiff,
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA to the highest bidder for cash In hand Em.rg.ncy Services 812 N. Grand St., It.m 8-3400 Poulan Chainsaw vs
Plaintiff th. above described property of aid Starke, Fla. Item 9-3 Wheeler Yazoo Lawn Mower CRISANTA SUNDUSADEE KIERT SUN.
v* d.f.ndant to satisfy the aforesaid Execution Gilbert S. Brown Item 10-Wlre Reel Trailer DUSADEE as Trustees of Sundusadee
WILLIAM C. PHILLIPS, JR.. Dolph E. Reddish Clerk to the Board The City of STark reserves the rightto Leasing Trust GISAYA SUNDUSADEEand
and LYDIA F. PHILLIPS. Sheriff 12/17 2tchg 12/24' or reject any or all bids. SUNSHINE SUNDUSADEE,CRISANTA
Defendant 12/34tchg 1224UNITED _Bradford_ County.FI" CITY OF STARKE FLORIDABy SUNDUSADEE and KIERT SUNDUSADEE, -
NOTICE OF SALE Nell L. Tucker Individually,
Nolle I I. given that pursuant REGISTRATIONOF City Clerk Defendants.
to a Default Judgment entered on STATES DISTRICT COURT FICTITIOUS NAMES 12/17 2tcKg 12/24 NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
November 4, 1987, by th.above entitled MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA I I. the undersigned being duly sworn : KIERT SUNDUSADEE and CRISANTA
Court In the above styled cau., th. JACKSONVILLE DIVISION do hereby declare under oath that the SUNDUSADEE, Individually and as
undersigned United State Marshal or Court No. 87-716-Clv.J-H names of all persons Interested In the NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Trustees of the Sundusadee Leasing
any of hi. duly authorized deputies will UNITED STATES OF AMERICA business or profession carried on under TAX DEED Trust their heirs and assigns, and SUNSHINE .
sell the prop.rty situate In Bradford Plaintiff the name of PHYSICAL THERAPY OF NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Ernest SUNDUSADEE. ADDRESS
County Florida, described as: v. STARKE and the extent of the Interest of L. or Irene Hunter, the holder of the UNKNOWN" :
Lot 23, Parkwood Subdivision, as per CHARLES L. JENKINS and each, Is as follows: following certificates has filed said certificates YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac.
plot thereof recorded In Plat Book 3, SHIRLEY A. JENKINS NORTH FLORIDA THERAPY, INC., for a tax deed to b. Issued lion to Set Aside Fraudulent Conveyances .
Pag. 5, public records of Bradford County Defendants.NOTICE a Florida Corporation thereon. The: certificate numbers and Declare Trust Fraudulent and
Florida, OF SALE Extent of Interest-100% years of Issuance, the description of the alternatively to Appoint Successor
at public outcry to the highest and NOTICE Is hereby given that pursuantto NORTH FLORIDA THERAPY INC. property and the names In which It was Trustee, and Request for Temporary In.
best bidder for cash at th. hour of 12:00: a Final Judgm.nt entered on By: ROBERT JEREMY FISHER, JR. aliened are as follows: junction, has been filed against you In
Noon on January 6. 1988 at the front Nov.mb.r 24. 1987, by the above entitled President Certificate No. 203 the cbove styled Court. You are further
door entrance of the Bradford County Court In the above styled cause, the 12/17 41chg 1/7 of Issuance 1985 notified that In said action Plaintiff Is requesting
Courthouse at Stark, Florida. undersigned United States Marshal or 'Description of Property: Parcel 4765, Lot that the Court set aside the Interest iIHGissy
Dated: November 18 1987. any of his duly authorized deputies will OF INTENTIONTO
NOTICE 7 of Blk 2 little Hollywood S/D described of Defendant Crlsanta Sun.
Richard L.COM, Jr. sell the Bradford
situate In
Marshal property REGISTER In Deed Book 60 Page 491 Ex R/W. du.a..... In certain parcels of real pro.
United States County Florida described ov
FICTITIOUS NAME Section 7 7 22 In Bradford County Florida as
Middle District of Florida LOT 34, Knights Subdivision, as per Florida Township South Rang. perty
PURSUANT Section 865.09,
to follows
recorded In Plat Book 3, :
III plat
John E. lawlor, Statutes, notice Is h.rebyJlv.n that the of said of all
United States Attorney Page 34 of th. public records of Bradford \ property being In the County Legal descriptions parcels
Asst. Florida underlined, JESSE S. ADAMS of 4129 of Bradford State of Florida. available at the Clerk of the Court Brad-
Attorney for Plaintiff 12/3 4tchg 12/14 County at public outcry to the highest and Townsend St.. Starke, and MARTIN Unless such certificate or certificates ford County Courthouse, Stark., Florida.
best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00 VASSAUR of 801 Colley Road Starke, shall be redeemed according to law the You are required to serve a written
noon on January 6, 1988 at the front Fla., joint owners, doing business under property described In such certificate or copy of your defenses If any to the action
NOTICEOF door entrance of the Bradford County the firm name of Th. Tree Masters, certificates will be sold to the highest on Plaintiff's attorneys, whose Cindy Merrllees
SHERIFF'S SALE Courthouse at Starke, Florida. Sleepy Hollow Drive, Starke, Florida, Intends bidder at the courthouse door on th. names and addresses are TERENCE M.
Notice Is given that I K Dolph E. Dated: November 30, 1987 to register said fictitious name 27th of January 1988 at 11:00: o'clock BROWN and DARLA JEAN Cindy G/ssy/ Merrlleeds
Reddish, as sheriff of Bradford County Richard L. Cox, Jr. under the aforesaid statute. CHRISTOPHER, TERENCE M. BROWN
Florida, under and by virtue of Writ of United States Martha! Doted this 14th day of December, A.M.Dated this 1st day of December 1987. P.A., Post Office Drawer 40 Stark., Earns Masters DegreeMrs.
Execution, to-wit: Middle District of Florida 1987, In Bradford County, Florida. GILBERTS. BROWN, CLERKBy Florida 32091 on or before JANUARY 25. Merrilees of
Execution Issued out of County Courtof John E. Lawlor III !2/174tpd1/7 : Beutah Moody 1988, and file the original with the Clerkof Cindy Gissy of Mr. and
Bradford County, Florida pursuant to Asst. United States AttorneyAttorney -- ------- Clerk of Circuit Court this Court either before service on Middleburg daughter
a Final Judgment for Fleet Finance, Inc., for Plaintiff Bradford County, Florida the Plaintiff's attorneys or Immediately Mrs. Joseph Gissy of Starke, received
of Starke. Florida and against Roy E. 12/10 41chg 12/31 CALL FOR BID 12174tchgl7NOTICE 1 thereafter; otherwise, a judgment will her Master of Elementary Education

Thornton and Betty J. Thornton, defen Sealed bids will be received by the City be entered for the relief d.manded In degree at the Commencement
dants. In the amount of $1,639.50 Commission of the City of Starke. the Complaint.( Exercises at the University of North
together with costs of collection..HavuPselzed FREE'EXPLORING Florida at ,the City Hall In Starke, WITNESS my hand and official seal of Florida in Jacksonville on Saturday,
and hove In my pa....- Florida, until 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. January OF INTENTIONTO this Court on this 15th day of December, Dec. 19.Cindy,
sip1 .'th. following described personal "r S, 1988, ot which time and place all bids REGISTER 1987. is a graduate of Bradford
property fo-wlt_ : GOD'S WORD received will be publicly opened and FICTITIOUS NAME GILBERT S. BROWN High School, class of 1976. She
read aloud on the following: Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida CLERK OF THE COURT received an Associate of Science
HOME BIBLE STUDYThe The following items declared surplus Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the 12/17 41chg 1/7 degree from St, John's Community
STARKE Bible Course is taught In your property by the city: undersigned Johnny Brier& Donna Brier College in Palatka, and a Bachelor
home free of charge. Item 1-Ford Truck of 326 N. Walnut St., Starke, Fla. 32091 Degree in Elementary Education
CHURCH OF GOD This Is a non-denominational study Item 2-Dodge Pickup Truck joint owners, doing business under the from Florida State University,
firm name of A-1 Answering Servlc. of
422 N. ST. CLAIR 964-5445 based only on what "thus s.iith/ the Stark. 326 N. Walnut St., Stark. Fla. is a, Cindy
.John Spratlin. PastorWe word of God'APOSTOLIC % Independent Church of God 32091, Intends to register said fictitious rilees, formerly of Monterey,
Invite you to worship with us. TRUTH U.P.C. name under the aforesaid statute. have three
California. They
of Prophecy, Inc Dated this 16th day of December
Attended Nursery 782-3303 children. Benjamin, Michael, and
Sunday School . lOam \ REVIVAL CENTER 1987 In Bradford County Florida. Melissa.
Morning Worship .__... lam Rev. Emmett Bright \ 301 North 2138 N. Temple Ave 12/24 4tpd 1/14 ..... She is a third grade teacher and
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Evening Service 6pm To schedule your home bible Sun. School 9 45.m Sun. Worship llom: Grade Chairman at Clay Hill
Wednesday Youth .. .. 7:30: pm
study, or for additional information Sun Rve Prayer Meeting 6 pm Wed. 10pm Elementary School in Clay County.

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BADCOCK $0 f4nn :.1 Lewis Timber Co. Crafts & ConsignmentsLocated

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

& W. Call 964-8547 Box 207, Starke signs. Eves. 984-5899
All Nature Sing of Jesus
Chrlllm.--.nd we crunch along the
rutlad lan to the house where Grandpa
Garnets of Starke watt, white hair. shining in the candlelight Griffis & Sons Fibreglass DURRANCE PUMP &
,to throw open the door before the
r biggest' tree s child has ever seen Works SUPPLY
ChllIm.--.nd I cry as I unpack the
cardboard manger scene I made as I "Home of the Stumpknockerboat" Attend your church regularly
child, that Mother had let up every year
Owned A Operated
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tenderly beside a homemade manger
Wheels Auto Sales Two brother (tank her, their shepherdhats Bradford Furniture HURST'S EXXON
askew as Daddy reads by firelight
We Finance "And Itiere were In the same country SERVICE
shepherdsCkrlslmsa. Industries
Buy Here Pay Here -and In a world that knows "24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE"
war, bitterness, and pain, I praise' God HWY 301 N.
1320 N. Temple Ave. 987 N. TEMPLE AV.
for the abe who "grew In grace" andy
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Christmas-and candlelight gleams
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DI.U"llu'-h.' oaring ..rvlo* "' ) we thank God lor the birthday of a King. / B&M STARTER &

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Corner of Thompson A Weldon Construction Company

County Courthouse Officials 964-5912 All types of 964.6766Terwillegar Home Improvement

Jimmy Alvarez, Property Appraiser

George Pierce, County Judge GERALD GRIFFISCONSTRUCTION Motors, inc.

'f \ Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff Sales & Service
Madison & US 301
'. r Gib Brown Clerk of Court Superior quality homes at 206 W.
Starke 9647200SR
< Esther Hall, Tax Collector affordable prices '
HWY 301 S. 984-6633 21 Keystone Height ,;
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"A Night Christmas"by '
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Joe Gissy They arrive too late for the ''
BCT Staff manger scene, but in helping to put
The Writer the manger In storage, they look into
Bradford Middle School the manger and find the thermos, .
Drama Club, and the One-Thirty coat, sandwich wrappers, a dog collar -
Players, under the direction of and a hair ribbon."I "-f: T rw.n'Ii
Teacher Peggy Stanwix-Hay, assure you, as often as you didit r
presented a series of four Christmas for one of these, my least brethren, r,1 w
plays, Thursday aid Friday, Dec. you did it for me, was the lesson I ,
17-18, and Sunday Dee 20. finally realized."
o Featuring a homemede soup dinner Supporting cast included: the cat,
Starke, the plays were staged at the played by Virginia Reno; Sandy,
Woman's Club, and were played by Brittany Bula; lost child
played to a full house at each performance played by Bethany Lee': dog playedby
Greg Marshall; dog catcher,
played by Becky Addison; dog
The Christmas Star... owner, played by Casey Trimble;
"Dust on The Christmas Star" cold boy, played by Jeff Evans,
featured Casey Trimble as the bitter custodian, played by Brian Hall. -........--
Grandma, Kate, who refused to
celebrate Christmas since her The Visit...
daughter and son-in-law were killed Patty a selfish young girl playedby
by a drunken driver. Brittany Bula is awakened by
The orphaned grandaughter Tammy angels who tell her that Jesus will "
the Christmas Star ..,
from "Dust
to her house A scene on Marshall and Kate Casey
played by Dana Newsome and come today. Virginia Reno; standing at divan Is John Greg
Virginia Reno; the grandfather, Only Karen, a little lost and cold In one of the four Christmas plays staged by the Middle School Drama Trimble; seated on divan (I-r) Jo,Candle Norman; Linda, Bethany Lee; I
Greg Marshall, and the drunken girl a stranger who ran out of gas Club are Kd, seated at table Jeffrey Evans; Tammy, seated on floor. and Louise Amy Rankin.
driver's sister, Jo, played by Candle and a young man collecting food and
Norman, finally convinced Kate presents for the prison,appear to the
that love can conquer sorrow, and disappointed Patty. A young couple is hitchiking to the
granddaughter Tammy could then Finally Matthew's Gospel (Matt. maternity ward A roadside store is
get her Christmas Star off the shelf 25:31-46):: convinces Patty that Jesus closed, but they have no money
where it had been gathering dust. appeared in the persons that were anyway, and the maternity ward in
Supporting characters were: helped that day, and Patty then the nearest hospital has no empty
Tammy's other grandmother, gives some of her clothing and toysto bed.Asks
Louise, played Amy Rankin; Andrews a needy family whose house had God forgetfully, "Does this
burned. scene seem familiar to you,
a missionary, played by
Jonathan Smith; another mis- Patty's parents, John and Helen Angela?"
sionary, Ed, played by Jeffrey were played by Michael Rowell and The couple get held up in a
Evans; and Linda, Ed's wife, playedby Shena Burgess.The massive traffic jam on the way to
Bethany Lee. angels were played by Tisha another hospital and the baby is
Mullis Becky Phillips, Amy Griffis, born In a taxi cab. A girl, named
Least Shannon Safer and Heather Lawson. phyllis for the cab driver, Phillip
of These...
The Casey Trimble was the lost child, "I could swear I'd seen this
aiia,played by Metina Smith and Melanie Trimble was Grandma somewhere before," says God. Thenas r
Christina Carter, is a wealthy and Kelley, Byron Lee the Stranger, and the chorus sings"0 Little Town of
somewhat selfish woman, "who has the Young Man; Heather Safer was Bethlehem" he snaps his fingers in
the warmth of a snowplow"; Dale Lisa,and Heather Lawson was Amv.O recognition of the parallel, and turnsto
her brother, played by Joey Shufordand Angela "I think we can go home y
Jonathan Smith, is somewhatmore now"
kind and generous; Ellen, Little Town... Two casts were rehearsed for this i
played by Gia Griggs and Jane An hilarious comedy "0 Little play: God played by Brian Hall and
Stan ix-Hay, also a kind and Town" opens with Angela the Archangel Richard Wolfe; Angela played by
generous lady in charge of Earth, Jane Stanwlx-Hay and Becky
The three are on their way to play awakening God from his slumbers. Phillips; husband, played by
shepherds in a living Christmas "Whats the Problem?" God asks. Richard Wolfe and Brian Hall; wife ___ _____ .____ _____ ___ _._L__
scene. On the way, they meet a "Maybe you'd better take a look," played by Becky Phillips and
hungry cat, to which they feed their said Angela so they visit Earth to Heather Safer. A SCene from "The Visit"... Karlh in this scene from "The Visit." The girls (l-r) I
sandwiches; Sandy, a tired and find the hustle and bustle of today's Chorus roles were: Matthew Three Angels are preparing to visit a selfish girl on are: Tisha Mullis Shannon Safer and Heather Lawson.
thirsty newspaper girl, to whom commercial Christmas in progress, Eunice, Latoya Davis, Gia Griggs
they gave a thermos of chocolate; a with panhandlers fighting for every Michelle Boatright, Brenda Caryn Taylor, Heather Lawson,
lost child, who they returned home; corner, and salesmen touting their Williams, Melanie Trimble, Janice Byron Lee, Stephen Murphy, Tisha
a dogcatcher w/dog, which they wares for the Holiday trade Davie, Sara Vessel Candy Sluchak, Mullis Arnie Griffis, Tim Manning
rescue and return to the owner; a "I remember now, I gave Heather Folmer, Deana Holiday, Shena Burgess, Julie Williams, JIm- ;\
cold and shivering boy, who is givena everybody a free will,"says God. "A Madonna Tyler Eathen Caren, my Parado, Christina Carter, >
coat. big mistake." Kenya Atkins, Becky Addison, Michael Rowell, and Metina Smith. "
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Straight A's at Hampton... And
To All A GoodNight
These students at Hampton EictiuoUry made straight A'*on their report !Manhall. Robert Searcy,Jay Starling, Melody Youngblood and Clay Archey. .
card for the tint*l*;week Trading< From left to right oa the back rows Nlkkl Baler Nona Contob,Charity Jones. Hope Archey,Jason McCullough, Shaun Muse,Tort honey and Jennifer
!Melody Barr Deeiu Crawford, DetrU Ford, Krfita Fuqua,Jason Lovell.Jculca Parley. Sugar plums and sugar canes

and packages wrapped with joy...

e are just the stuff that dreams are

p e made for every girl and boy.

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os tJvJJOlJJJlljj'iJIJJY we extend our thanks to you!
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'f Ii / WJXT To Christmas Stere'o 24 I
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: WJXT will present an hour-long familiar sing- -Iong favorites suchas Manger";. "White Christmas", "The
: 1 musical special "A River City "Winter Wonderland", "Frosty, Little Drummer Boy", "The I
Christmas''featuring Jacksonville'sown The Snowman", "Awav in a Christmas i Son "Let It Snow".
; w St. Johns River City Band :-. .:-.:-. ....-......... ..-...-... ..:.,.,-'"'-.....-....-..._ _... : .._
Thursday, Dec. 24, from 7-8 p.m. s sss ss&sgss ssms s s sss&&$
I This Christmas Eve special continues s.
JAr the WJXf tradition of locally-
produced family entertainment forurn Congratulations o
holidays, and will be presentedin "
stereo. ;; Harry & Marianna Cooney Hi&b

"A River City Christmas' was ;' on your
recorded live at The Jacksonville
Landing on the evening of Saturday,
r Dec. 5. Shoppers and their families fife Wedding ;:
joined In a sing-a-long as The St.
Johns River City Band played tradi- Anniversary #
tional carols and holiday music.
The hour-long program will be filled #
S with many Christmas favorites as ; Love: Mike Becky :
the St. Johns River City Band plays :
& Daniel ;
under the direction of Conductor : .
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BARC Award Winners

Pictured at the BARC banquet Tuesday. Dec. 15. are. from left: Lillian Stump chief fund-raiser for
the proposed new Sunshine Industries workshop; Jerome Kelly. Businessman of the Year; Med Connelly -
BARC president; and Mark Pfalzgraf Sunshine Client of the Year. Numerous other awards were I
presented during the evening.

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BARC and Sunshine Industries Host BanquetApproximately ,

80 people attended Jerome Kelly as "Business Man of BARC President, Med Connelly,
the.annual general membership and the Year" for his engineering design who served as master of
board of directors meeting of Bradford work on plans for the new Sunshine ceremonies, was re-elected for the
ARC Tuesday evening Dec. 15, Industries workshop! ; Lillian Stump coming year, as was treasurer, An-
at th Starke Woman's Club. The$10 and Cliff Chapman for their sue- na Clayton. New officers elected
ber plate\ fund-raiser was sponsored cesful fund-raising; H.L. Dye, were vice president Richard Welty,
joy the Bradford Association for Employer of the Year; Pat Connelly and secretary Janet Keith.
Retarded Citizens.with proceeds,going : Ressie Griffith, Gladys Sellers
toward construction of a new Beradme Hissis, Janet Keith, and The climax of the evening was
plant for the Sunshine Industries Conne Corbett for Outstanding entertainment by"The Front Row",
workshop in Enterprise Industrial Volunteer Services. The Sunshine a barbershop quartet from Orange
Park. Client of the Year Award went to .Park, who received a standing ova-
Richard Welty, "coach" of the Mark Pfalzgraf, who has been successfully tion from the audience for their per-
fund-raising teams for this project, placed in a competitive job formance, led by Chris Connelly.
reported that $20,000 has already in the community. A special award The meeting closed with seasonal
been contributed by the community went to Gene Matthews of the Brad- Christmas music.
toward the goal of $75,000 needed to ford Telegraph for media coverageof
complete Sunshine Industries'financing BARC's fund-raising drive for the
plan for the new facility. new building
Among those in attendance at the
banquet were State RepresentativeChance
Irving, County Commis- When it's Christmas, the whole world comes
sioner Maxie Carter, Jr., Ray Nor-
man, J.E. Tomlmson,Guy Andrews, aktJ alive with joy..and together in friendship.We .
Gene Matthews, Lillian Stump,
Chuck McKeown, and many other especially value yours.
community and BARC supporters.
Bob Larimer, BARC executive
director, reported on the past year's
achievements which have included WILLIAMS JEWELRYIn
record increases in S.I. workshop
production,as well as the placementof the new Winn Dixie Marketplace
four clients in jobs within the community -
Sherry Llncqln. BARC 964.7064
supervisor spoke of the new era of"supported ,, irII.. I'M
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::: effort being made to place handicap -. ,
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cliff swallow may make some 1400 1' i
trips carrying mud from a creek to
its nest site on the side of a barn. To '
do so, the swallow will burn up the f' / l !
equivalent of more than half its J
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Highly. prized throughout Florida -Select only plants with small Another excellent use of poinsettias -
and widely beloved as a symbol of tight green button-like flower partsin is as cut flowers. The bracts
the Christmas season is the poinsettia. the center of the bracts. These lit need to be treated to coagulate the
Nq other flower can make such a tle buttons will eventually develop milky sap and reduce wilting. Immerse
brilliant show of bright red into open flowers. If the poinsettia is the cut end of the stem in hot
throughout the festive weeks of already producing pollen,you can be water for one minute and then place 1
December and January.The assured that a portion of its useful immediately in cold water. An alter
poinsettia, Euphorbia display life has already passed and nate method is to singe the cut end of
Pulchemma, is a member of the the bracts will begin to fade. the stem over a flame for a second or
spurge family which includes com- two and then place in cool water.Cut o.r. .M_.....of--W
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thorns, copper-leaf, castorbean and greenhouse grown as pot plants for before they are to be used and storein Ud-
Florida's colorful crotons. Christmas in most of the United a cool place.Poinsettias O..Iw..9..........
The poinsettia was introduced into States, but in South Florida they can make beautiful house WMO.s L........._or.M..IrWLew .......rM.LM..MM.
the United States by our first ambassador be utilized as colorful landscape plants. If the new varieties are properly .-.n w M.a.l..a r.-.
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also caused by fluctuating
temperatures, gas fumes, soil problems .
and plant pests.
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over the lower green foliage.
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is red. However, there are r
numerous shades of whites, pinks
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Tenacious Tornado Defense Pulls BHS By Palatka] 47-44.


A struggling Bradford High varsity Chandler, Roy Jackson and Clifford game at OF Is at 6 p.m. the varsity
could hardly buy a basket and had Ivey and from close in, Malachi game is at 7:30 p m, After Christmas Sale50off
to derense win but Jenkins. From the bench
play to edged by come
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High 47.44 in the d Stacy Jenkins Charles Russell,
gym last Friday night, Dec 18 John Berry Centrell Lee Marvin
In the pregame warmup it lookedas Lane and John Williams. "Jii
if the taller Palatka High five The bench is really helping the
would play basketball over the Tornadoes, Coach Simpson points
heads of Bradford basketballers. out. There are 5 or 6 guys who can
Quicker and faster, the BHS five come off the bench and really help. Christmas Wreaths e Sprays

l forced turnovers continually but That also gives the starting five a .. I .' e Decorations
j couldn't capitalize because of miss- rest.Palatka ,"I' ;. ..1t. Arrangements
ed shots. BHS blew at least half a tried to rest its starters,
( dozen layups. including 6-8 Townsend Harris.
I If Palatka five had been able to That's when BUS closed the gap. s Ladj n nstH

shoot, it could have run away easily BUS is 5-2, ands 4-2 In regular 100 E Star e 964.4956vi
with the ballgame. season play after the win over .
Palatka was up 10-4( after the first Palatka.

period. The teams tied 14-14 in the ... ,.... 4 14 It II itr ..r.. ..t+
second and BUS was down by .l.l.. 10 14 II 1 Mtr
.4<.r4 ((47))' C Iv.. 2,0-4. I. Sly* 3 alla,1.. r. ti I, -.
at the half.
six, 24-18,
C.'.' |.o.a.M J.nUn>3 o/a..II, Jochton 1.0.6H. -'.
.Chondlw J'4-IJ, loldll 4127/I44T.
".'.tk.((40))' Moo* 2 0-4, rorrwu 0-J/J 2, GIMw '
But BH6 played man-to-man 31.7, lopp 102/37. Mwrll' t /320, Williams $
defense got help from the bench 1.0.2 Mmclll, 3 0... lolol.i, .".44. aq ;r!
without cutting the quality of play,
ran Palatka's big men into the Upcoming... f

ground and kept scrapping. By the Monday and Tuesday Dec 28-211 ()
fourth period Palatka's big man 6-8 the BUS varsity basketball team is I IJ.y

Townsend Harris, was tired. Coaches Corner.. playing in a four team Christmas '
Palatka made bad passes at tournament at Bishop Kenny High in
crucial points and turned the basket- A cold hitting Tornado five heard Jacksonville.. %
ball over. from an Intense Coach Chester BUS plays Ed White High at 6:30: VA
Still BUS struggled offensively. Simpson during the Palatka game. p m, Monday. Dec 28. Bishop Kenny cY
The basketball would go in an out of and Clay High play the second -- -
the basket. Tornado cagers at the beginning of game. The finals and a consolation Taking Aim...
Finally, with about four minutes the season they'd have to play man- game are set Tuesday night 'lJlJ
left in the third period, BHS tied the to-man defense to overcome their Next basketball action, followingthe Junior Eugene lil)e loll u bliot In
game 3737. BUS won the third lack of height. BHS is fast, quick, Christmas break, is when the the I'alalkd game. A cold ItllS wan
period 16-13 and fourth 11-7. and has some good shooters in regular season resumes Jan. 5 when led by Blyc's 14 points Find Harold <
Coach Chester Simpson told the Eugene Blye, Pedro Carter, Harold BHS goes to Ocala Forest The JV Oiamllrr with 12.I "Ic:, O- ;

Tornado Five Wins 3 in-a-Row for 4- } RecordThree J ..:.. \.- '2'c (. .
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Donnie Francis and Sheffield 4Qr
G3-2S in a road game Tuesday, Dec. Reggie ,o
straight wins, 38-32 over Finch 3 06. II. Sh.lh.ld 3 2.a. Tuiali It 1330 <
Baker High, 63-25 over West Nassau, each scored 8 points and center l.h.r (MU| G,..n. 4'I 29, H Run 21.2 5 'b
Hudson scored 18 points Kevin Finch added 6 points I 0,0 3 C HolK 1 101, J Bu'lnw' 01 I 2d 1 M ),.y o : 'f'
and 40-26( over Palatka High gives > I..
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Imdl.nn I 13 II 6 31
and Trum Blye 16 to lead BHS.
the Toriado junior varsity a 4-1 ,
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5.k. 6 t r 10 32
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recb. d going into the Christmas (\
No. S 6 6 26 / !
vacation.. .dlotd (63)( ) O Fioncil 204 f Si(,. 10,16. K, "/.l i"" ,.I/
The JV resumes action Jan. 5. Finch 41 I 1 9 *, 20. W Hudson 9 0-18 C. <:;> .
Dinklnt, 1 O. r. B.rry I 1025C Ion 1021, CcllllnI Alligator Creek Ranch 8obJ:1J'
BUS 40 Palatka High 26 0', C Wlllloml I 10.2.. Total.21.1,1 63 :
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Despite a slow start and trouble 10003. C. e.oil,.y 2 a 11.11 k T. Carom 10 4. K. Horse Palace h"
hitting the basket Friday, Dec. 18. Johnson 1,0003.Ills .
the BUS JV five went 40-26 by the :38 Baker 32 sR
Palatka High junior varsity basket-
Frum Blye's 16 points led a balanced 1 :;
ball team. U.S. 301 South Starke Florida 2'Ir ,
attack the
as junior varsity -
scoring S6. ,;
Trum Blye scored 10 points, Kevin .:: -'
five of Bradford High went 38J2by Board Pasture lOO-Acro Trail "
Finch 9, and L. Griffin 7 points to .
Baker home Friday -
High m a game .
pace the BHS attack. yyI
Wendull Hudson led a good defen- night, Dec. 11. '"

sive effort by BHS with 18 rebounds.

Kevin Finch has 10 rebounds, Reggie 1 / ... J/tf

Sheffield 9, and Chris Dmkins .,. .'....w. ...,...__
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and E. Jones with 6 each. ... .
BHS was down 7-6 after the first t
period, but outscored Palatka 9-111I # : i \ b"
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the second period for a 15.8 halftime :***> ..
lead, and never trailed after that. Sgfe \ ',,,, ,...-

rodford 6 t 9 l. .. 40 ".... 1'.1'; .
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BUS 63 W.Nassau 25 \\Wy '\ //J
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The City of Stork will have the first "\ Juun-Juckle 1If'' i ,. LAN sue ills
reading on th. following propo..d ordinance /i1i' \\ Lynn, Antftc & IVnnyCongratulations ''l/rq.1/ PLUS
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An ordinance of the City of Stark \(Wh to our gift certificate winners ..aaa_nnu MAIL AWAY
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purpose of financing certain improvement ::tj,r :,((I IE-lizabeth Seymour $75. .\t :ti '\ -- -- load ArIN

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system and utilities services taxes leviedby ..
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.. '87 BHS Football Program Participants Honored At AnnualJBanquet

Bradford High football playersand outstanding lineman at 155 pounds, two on intercepted passes and once varity team were Chris Dinkins, Ed Simpson,who said'all the coaches at Deue7SBniM0 Fuller, Andy
cheerleaders, both varsity and won the coveted SportsmanshipAward by recovering a fumble. That goal Douglas, Malachi Jenkins, Jimmy BHS help each other out when need Good wn Shawilarfjrtffis, Brad
junior varsity, were honored and given in honor of the late won a steak, bought by Coach Mike Long, Harold Chandler, Reggie ed.The Hamilton, Robert 1btiateraola.
feted at the annual banquet last football player Ronnie Allen and Sexton. Leverson, Clarence Williams, Keith other JV coaches are Jeff Jason Howard} Alvin Jenkins' ;\ 1.__...
Thursday night Dec. 17. presented by Ronnie's father, Paul Players of the week honors,which Jenkins, Dane Clark, Andy Tison Zuraff and Brett Purdy. TrameU Jones Kevin Jordan, Chet '
Each individual participant was Allen. Elder is an example of a football earned the players a small trophy, Jerry Yates,Matthew Albritton,Bill The JV players are: Little, Keith Lrzey Thomas McCut-
mentioned and congratulated by his player who knows what football were Malachi Jenkins, Mike Elder. Hamilton, Mike Elder, Eric Naz- Sophomores: Dwight Allen, John chen, Kelly Murray, Ken Norman.
or her coach during the three hour playing is all about, said Coach Keith Jenkins, Bill Hamilton, and worth, Chris Durban, Allen Wood, Allen, Tommy Balkcom, Brian T.J. Orton, Reggie Sheffield,Kelsey
affair with parents and friends attending Hurse. Eric Nazworth. Coach Sexton said Brian Kendrick, Mike Stillwell, Davis, Derrick Dean, Scott Duncan, Thomas, Jeremy Trimble; John
the ceremonies in the National Center-guard Mike Stillwell won the Tornado defensive personnel Terry Whitehead, Pedro Carter, Kevin Finch,Steve Frazier, Donnie' Williams and John 0..W Wlams.J .
Guard armory at Camp Blan- the Most Improved award. Coach worked as a team, their effort not Greg Pittman, Randall Polk, Francis, Lorenzo Hall, Tommy
ding. Coach Mike Heimerdmger of Sexton said Stillwell,who missed the depending on any one player. Rodney Mosley, Darin Patterson, Hamilton Jason Hersey,Bo Hersey,
the UF Gator coaching staff,was the first part of the season with a broken The most valuable offensive Clint Reed, Leon Jackson, Kevin Alfonso Jones, Eric Jones, Wesley V Cheerleaders...
award to tackle Allen Lance Lester, Derrick Long, John Loper,
featured speaker. leg learned a variety of positionsand lineman went Crawford, Spencer Smith,
Head Coach David Hurse had nice Improved overnight. Stillwell Wood, 198,who remembered what to Wiggins,Allen Jenkins,John Berry, Brian Maricle, Don McDavid, Dan Introduced by sponsors Marian
things to say about every Tornado was an important reason for the Tornado do most of the time and did a good Shaun Diggs, Travis Long, Ricky Moss, Shawn Nichols, Vince Robin Douglas and Carol McLeod the
varsity player. "If you want to be a offensive line's being able to job thinking when he forgot, said Heath. son, Roland Shafer and Eddy Sieg- Junior varsity cheerleaders are:
winning team next fall, come to the move the football Coach Sexton Coach Lanier Clyatt.Playing on the The managers were Kirby Joe mond. captain Gayle Douglas, co-captain
field house and work out this sum said. offensive line is not the easiest thingto Hildebran and Layman Rupe. The Freshmen: Ashley Alday,Lamont Teresa Bassett}Jill Williams,Christy -
mer," Coach Hurse told returning The Hustler Award went to do, Coach Clyatt pointed out. ball boy was Jason Ward. Adams, Gary Don Brewer, Terry Gault,Kim Ross,Tavia Hedding,
players and the J V players,who will fullback Randall Polk. The award is Outstanding offensive lineman Berry, Kelly Brown, Bill Campbell, Holly Hersey Len Looney, Misty
be playing on the varsity team next not necessarily won by a top playeror awards went to tackle Allen Wood Cheerleaders... Chris Carlton,Josh Crawford,Wyatt Fill, April Seeley, Dana Shannon
season.This 5-5 team didn't work out a starter,but the player center-guard Terry Whitehead, and Varsity Collins, John Dempsey, Clarence and Mindy Gnann._
the past summer as they should his utmost week after week, Coach center-guard Mike Stillwell. A super group of ladies,said spon- 1 .... I
have Coach Hurse told them Hurse said. The outstanding defensive back sor Marian Douglas as she and spon-
solemnly.The Mike Elder was also named the award went to senior Darrin Patterson sor Carol McLeod introduced the
reappearance of the Tornado outstanding defensive lineman. the only senior player. varsity cheerleaders: seniors Mindy
defensive coordinator, Coach Mike "The only category he led us in was Receiving the defensive back of Hersey, Jennifer Brown, Sondra
Sexton, who is recovering from a heart," said Coach Sexton. Elder the week awards were Rodney Green,and captain Vicki Goodowns.
heart attack, was one highlight of was a situation type player who Mosley, Lance Wiggins, and Darrin The underclassmen are Alicia 'T p ,b, May yourChristmas
the banquet. Coach Sexton got right could handle any position where he Patterson. Gruen, Tricia Parado, Susan
back into the swim of things giving could help the most, Sexton said. And, ball boy Justin Ward got a Crawford, Amy Lewis, Selena Nor- be a
awards to his top players and crack- Malachi Jenkins, who led the 1987 trophy from Coach Hurse. "It's hardto man, Elizabeth Rowell, Jill bright, shining
ing jokes along the way. Tornado footballers in tackling,was run off a smooth game without a Strickland and Cindy Samons.
Highlight of the festive occasion named the outstanding defensive good ball boy." package of
JV Footballers...
back. inside linebacker,
were the awards: Playing
Defensive end, tackle, linebacker Sam linebacker, and defensive end, Varsity Players... The junior varsity football team love and laughter.
and offensive guard Mike Elder, an' Malachi Jenkins scored three times, Finishing the season on the 5-5 was introduced by Coach Chester
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By Dolores Meng the school entrance. It was a lovely
Phone 4681913Congratulations. scene topped with a bright star. The
children and guests gathered around A
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and sang a medley of Christmas T
Best wishes are extended to Mary songs. Ire "- e ,,
Susan Pearsal and Tommy L. ,. v ry
The PTO sponsored this program. p p. '
Hunter who were married on Saturday Sallye Scoggins was in charge of a ___ ,
Dec. 19 at Hampton Baptist making props and decorations
Santa Visits School...
Congratulations also to Teresa ; l + .v 4
i Dyal on receiving her Bachelor of Mrs. Alice Faye Waters treated 1 v g a r r i
Science degree in Chemical her students to a Christmas party in {
I Engineering from the University of their classroom on Wednesday,Ore
Florida in Gainesville on Saturay, 16. Tables were decorated with holi-
Dec. 19.Teresa. day cloths. Fruit punch cookies
David and Matthew will cakes and candies were served.
be leaving soon for Baytown, Texas, Santa was seated in a special chair
where Teresa has accepted a posi- and distributed gifts to the children.He .
tion with the Exxon Chemical later visited other classrooms to
Americas We will miss find out who was being naughty or ,
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Visitors... Last School Day in '87... J
Straight A's at S.E...
Gerald Meng arrived home early Teachers and students had a ; \
Sunday from Lake Tahoe to spendthe joyful day on Friday Dec. 18. Them' Kindergarten student at Starke Elementary made straight"E" for On the second row Candlce Unity,Aaron Tel tone, Bonnie Ray Pattenon.
holidays. He plans to stay until Special movies were shown in the excellent on their report card for the second Mnneeter. Jwihua Crew.Jonle Starling, Undiey Sheffield, Ashley Smith Stephen
Jan. 3.Mr. morning. During the afternoon,San from left to right on the front row JaW fonnon,Chris\VU11 Michael Browning,Jerry Cornwall Tabltha Padgett.Michael Stark,Scott John.Erin
and Mrs. Russell Gilbert ta Claus visited the parties m the Cunningham, Karen Roddy,Kim Fonyth,Marcus Cruger,Chris Lam Kelly Elliot,Joey Vlvona,Tent Geiger,Trade Cohen,Christopher MaIey,Brand
Karen and Ann of Durham N.C., classrooms listening to children's Cuddlngton, Melissa Chilly, Michael Blankenshlp Brand Faulkner, Dana Northrup,Juanita Richardson,Andrew Winning*. Ma
are spending several days with her requests, giving good advice and Milner,Trudy Taylor, Phillip llendrlck, Matthew Joyner Michael Crouch, Rebecca Miller, Mandy Haflowell, Farah Martin and France McKenna Hero
parents Mr. and Mrs. Fran Meng distributing candy to them. tequila Brown and Randy Tyler. ah ent.
and other relatives and friends in New Year Classes...
and Gainesville.
Jacksonville School will resume for children
Hampton ElementarySchool Jan. S, 1988. Monday Jan. 4 will be a
Teacher Planning Day. Starke Elementary News ,

Christmas Parties... Christian Church Dinner...
Holiday celebrations began Tuesday On Sunday Dec. 20, the Hampton FOURTH GRADE: STUDENT OF
Dec. 15 at the school when Christian Church held a Christmas Awards Ceremony Held ROADRUNNERS: Charles Barnes Faulkner. MOST IMPROVED SIX WEEKS: Carrie Meng Kesha
Carole Stevenson presented her covered dish dinner on the grounds. Richard Burrill, Candy Thomas STUDENTS: Jermaine Carter, Wilkes Donesian Chandler,
students in a delightful program of Rev. and Mrs. Norman Suisse of For 2nd Six WeeksThe Gracie Warren, Trunetta Drayton. Amanda Brown, Stephanie Christine Newsome. SUPER
Christmas carols and familiar High Springs greeted some fifty Awards Ceremony for Starke FIRST GRADE: STUDENT OF Matiyasic Adam Adkins, Jessie CITIZENS: Timmy Williams Jay
songs.Kindergarten. parishioners and friends present. Elementary was held Dec. 10 honoring SIX WEEKS: Derek Games Macy Brown, Michael Porchiazzo, Josh Burns, Becky Rowe Jamie Gotts,
through sixth Gifts were exchanged among the their students for special accomplishments Stephens Paul Lee, Morgan Fill Johns. TERRIFIC KIDS: Matt Tosha Roddey. MOST IMPROVED
grades came to the cafetonum adult groups. Santa visited and The Straight A Cristie Gotts, Brian Kelly. SUPER Pusateri Brandi Jones Jabreana STUDENTS: Jermaine Ford,
where children entertained parents distributed gifts to all the children. students and A-B Honor Roll CITIZENS: Amanda Burton, T.R. Jackson Matthew King,Jay Wilker- Sherod Jefferson, Matt McGinn,
and friends to the accompaniment of Christmas Eve a Candlelight Service students are featured in group pic Meier Carrie Forsyth, Adam son, Angel Hunsinger, Natasha Brian Demps Jack Thomas Adrian
Mrs. Stevenson on the piano. will be held at Hampton Chris- tures. Due to limited space, these Shelter, Jeff Barber, Marie Hamitlon John Brown, Celena Thornton. TERRIFIC KIDS:Angela
):fie program climaxed with the tian Church. All are invited to attend are not named again m this column. Blackburn. MOST IMPROVED DeSue, Kasey Maust, Shameka Griffis Michael Pusateri, Jack
lighting of the live Christmas tree at Following is a list of awards STUDENTS: Junella Cohen Lee Walker Aaron Larsen, Josh Johns. Thomas Trista Lee, Tasha Roddey
presented to other students.KINDKRGAIirKN Coleman, Timmy Flowers, Jared ROADRUNNERS: Jarri Warren Donald Allen, Brian Demps Alison
Griffis William Osteen Monica Heather Faulkner, Ryan Gaskins, Brown, Matt McGinn. ROADRUNNERS -
I : STUDENT Nevitt DeAnne Williams. TER- Michael Sutton, Quana Johnson, : Annice Wiliams, Lisa
Altar Society Entertains VOA GirlsOn OF SIX WEEKS: Arron Tetstone, RIFIC KIDS: Jolanda James, Raymond O'Steen. Bailey, Richard Walker Alison
Andrew Winmngham Michael Cunningham Nicole Warren, Dee Orman Jessica Brown.
Mobley Misty Reed, Dewitt Better- :
Thursday, Dec. IS, the St. Edwards Director and her son, Bert also Fell, Phillip Hendricks. SUPER son Denese Thornton Earlicia SIX WEEKS: Amanda Welch, FIFTH GRADE: 'STUDENT OF
: Altar Society hosted a assisted with the program. CITIZENS: Billy Ray Gunter Steve Young Tiffany Smith, Brandon Sarika Patel, Teresa Underhill. SIX WEEKS: Malena Roberts,
Christmas party at the Volunteers of Attending from St Edward's were Griffis, Mandy Hallowell Julie Prevatt, Yaneisha Matthews Eric SUPER CITIZENS: West Miner Carey Sluchak, Sarah Groves.
Toni Coss
Betty Dazmski Sophie
America Home for the sixteen Kimutis, Jennie Schaeifer Ann Kight, Erica Driver Michael Reddish Gerald Smith, T.R. Meier. Misty Padgetl Jason Thompson, SUPER CITIZENS: Lashay Marks
residents there.Following MOST IMPROVED David Ericka Cleveland Brian Sutton.
Blankenship. ROADRUNNERS: Haley Goza Rowland.MOST IMPROVED
Gingras Bobbie Moore Viola Lefeb-
dinner refreshments of and Dolores STUDENTS: Odell Harris, Mark Latasha Dean Jonathan Harding STUDENTS: Morgan Reddish,Billy MOST IMPROVED STUDENTS:
cakes, candies, and cookies were vre Meng. Kurimay Patty McClenahan Tommy Covington Omar Aldridge, Maust, Matthew Rittman, Sarah A. Penny Gunter, David Wheeler Ran-
served. Christmas gifts were Christmas Masses... Joslyn Burch Nikki Newman Mark DeAnna Williams. Yochum, David Rowland. TER- dy Joyner Brian Sutton Edward
distributed to the residents. Masses scheduled at St Edward'sare Padgett. TERRIFIC KIDS: Melissa SECOND C.KADE: STUDENT OF RIFIC KIDS: Lindsay Payne, Ross. TERRIFIC KIDS: LeAnn
Teresa Meng conducted a sing- : Christmas Eve 7 p.m., Curtis Rebecca Miller Nita THE SIX WEEKS: Dipti Patel An- Rasheeta Chandler, Susanna Carlton, Stefan NicholsAmy ._
along of Christmas carols and other Children's Mass; Midnight Mass Richardson!: Cindy Faulkner David dy Brown Crystal Melvin Kim Joyner, Christina Thornton, Mosley Sean Davis, Nicki Nichols,
familiar melodies. She was CharissJ'accompanied 12:00: ; Christmas Day 10a.m., Massof Zwicker, James Converse Dwayne Vharis, Sekennia Bell, Chris Cox. Nakisha Williams DeAnna Stephanie Reagan Natasha Morton
by Michelle and the Shepherds. The public is InVited Phillips Heather Duncan Lucretia SUPER CITIZENS: Keisha Hampton Eichelsderfer. ROADRUNNERS: Tommy Payne. ROADRUNNERS:
Rivers. Donna Alexander Activities to attend. Bradley Bobby Coleman Ann Cor- Monica Tyson Cardelia DeSue, Carl Tyson, Andrana Hamm, Amanda Penny Gunter, Jessica Bennett,Teri
bett. Ronnie Allen Baker. Tom Lloyd. Gwenn Nevett. Dana Bakken Amanda Baker. Griffis.

Carl Johnson HonoredAs
Knight CommanderLocal i

resident Carl N. Johndon ; ;:::::
: was recently honored by the Scottish {
Rite of Freemasonry by being
vested as a Knight Commander of L
: cSJasons
the Court of Honour. This distinction
comes in recognition of his years of II ,
i) service in his DeMolay Chapter and I IIli'
Masonic Lodge, as well as thee tu
Jacksonville Scottish Rite Bodies. Best
Carl observes, "I got involved in
Masonry because I enjoy the ritual
the fellowship and the company of
my friends. To have something as
nice as this happen just because I'm
doing something I enjoy so much is
great I"The! a
distinction one of the most 1 Good will and good
valued in Freemasonry, came to
Carl at an early age. At only 33. he I faith to all
was the youngest among the more
We holiday is
than 120 men throughout Florida your
elected to receive the award this ( wormed by the spiritof
year. But early achievement is not
Carl Johnson
new to Carl. After beginning his friendship.Your .
fraternal career as a member of has
Albert J. Russell Chapter Order of sports. Working hard and winning is patronage
(DeMolay he joined Albert J.Russell great! Actually" it's the winningthat's made us proud.
Lodge No. 126 at the age of 21. He best. j
worked hard and in 1981, becamethe Carl is a single parent. He lives J
youngest man to ever serve as with his daughter Stacey and his f o
Master of Russell Lodge. own parents here in Starke and commutes r :r
Carl, who is a meat cutter with to work in Jacksonville. "It'sa TERWILLEGARMOTORS
long drive, but it's better for my v
Publix, stays busy with a number of
activities. He is an avid sportsmanwho daughter to be growing up in a stable :
enjoys golf tennis, and several home with her father and grand- :
He has in parents right there with her She's F-
team sports. even played 206 W. Madison St. 964-7200
the Tournament Players Championship doing well in school and I can't tell
Pro-Am. "I've always enjoyedOn you how proud I am of her!" ''

I Celebrates Univ of Fla. Graduation
Teresa Dyal a1G i
tut y fi: ,dl r
Saturday, Dec. 19,Teresa Dyalof celebration and farewell party.
Hampton Lake received her Teresa,David and their 6yearoldson
degree of Bachelor of Science !in Matthew will be moving on Dec.
Chemical Engineering from the 28 to Baytown,Texas,near Houston.
University of Florida Gainesville, Teresa has accepted a job with Exx-
with a 3.88 grade point average. on Chemical Americas there. This
Following the graduation exercises company makes the rubber for
at the O'Connell Center a Goodyear tires and "bubble-yum
barbecue dinner was held at the bubblegum",
home of Teresa's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Leland Knepper of Crystal They plan to return to Florida
Lake. Friends and relatives of periodically to visit relatives and . CLIP THIS COUPON . . B CUP THIS COUPON B B BB B ..
Teresa and her husband David,, perhaps recruit other college
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The manufacturing of aluminum dle the large trailers. .. 110 -
horse trailers in Bradford County is Although Arrington had renovatedand '
a reality, with several trailers built trailers before, his getting i -.
already built and in service,a couple into building horse trailers is an interesting "II'
under construction, an4 orders for story. 1, 'rlj'
others to be built. Jimmy Gladwell, a long time T I .. '
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Lewis M. Arrington, a small farm friend who lives and operates a .. :
owner on Forsyth Road, 2.5 miles horse farm south of Starke,bought a -- I ,
south of SR-100, was successful in new horse trailer from an out-of- :.'. : ::: :
getting a parcel of his land rezoned state manufacturer last year. I r ;
for light manufacturing in August, Gladwell was displeased with the rt
1987, and began building aluminum poor workmanship and design of the
horse trailers in an old barn. The unit, and asked Arrington to modify 7
building was quickly outgrown when the new unit by installing a new interior -
orders were received for trailers to liner, and straightening the -
accommodate 6 or more horses,and outside walls. Ht
Arrington: _constructed. a new facili The quality of Arrington's work -

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Lewi Arrington stand,*next to a 20-foot,eight capacity hone trailer which Arlington'trailer are already In great.demand the area with tale I
Gulfpnde his newly formed company produce In Bradford County. expanding cteadlly.

e l$i ) SuperPremium pleased Gladwell to the extent that
he encouraged him to go into the
I business of building aluminum horse /
They don't 10WI40 trailers. Gladwell, a professional in ..d a
; IMPROVtGASOLINfMLPmake'em care and treatment 01 horses,is nowa J'' & IM .I //4f'I I8
any consultant for building trailers, r
from the horse owner's point of
tougher. view. Gladwell, who travels exten- :
sively to horse shows and events,
has sold a number of units for the h "
new firm, pointing out the excellent : i t.
er----. and high quality of workman-

Arrington utilizes aluminum
.....tH-y Pi.14d.MughMt*.*rW11pIMwr....r.ehIl,Iran PTMHIMM OM aW//Q which are galvanized steel. While he
specilizes in horse trailers,from one
to 10 horse size units,Arrington will
custom build almost anything in -1r r
aluminum a person might want or +', _. (
301 GulfUS need, including all types of trailers,
truck bodies, barbecue cookers,etc.
301 & SR 100 24 Hr. Service If a customer insists, Arrington

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All, You Can $8.50Christmas '
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Peking Duck filed Shrimp a B-B-Que House Speclal- a
Alaskan Snow Happy Family Chicken Lo Meln -

Crab Chlck.n-1I-Shrfmp. B-B-Que Ribs a Fried Rice -
W/Chlnese Vegetables 11' t; I'S '

Choice of Egg Drop.Wonton Soup Hot & Sour Soup &With Salad Bar Included.
Hard at Work...
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.. M'l the torch putting. flubbing adaM
on a new,26 foot all-aluminum
hone trailer.
Welder Leonard Freeman I..hownabove.
SERVICE. .Welding aluminum require
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Regardless of the service for which your engine was designed, the b

selection of the right motor oil can keep it working harder longer. b $14 995 (
That's why Gulf makes three different commercial motor oils to han- 11' Loaded)

dle the service levels you need most. *
Gulf Super Duty Plus is highly recommended for use in Shingles/Hardwood Plywood/2x4's i

mixed fleets and equipment operating under the most demanding })1, Appliances; Carpeting; Drapes *

conditions. But for gasoline and diesel-powered engines working ''
under all but the most severe requirements. Gulf Super Duty is an Fleetwood's External Warranty fiKt ?

excellent choice. And, for gasoline engines In all situations, or diesel a Delivery Set-Up, Anchors Steps .

engines in light to moderate-duty service. Gulf lube*Motor' + Christmas Special! t*
Oil XHD offers the right combination of protectionand
economy. f TTi Offer Expires Dec. 24th at Midnight

Gulf motor oils, for all the ways you work. Call |Cg u fly / 3a
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Boating Accident VictimThe

vie r h ++ b' Mike Meyer Benefit Golf donated the delicious spread pots of
Outing sponsored by the KeystoneGolf baked beans and assisted in prepar-
and Country Club brought out a ing the 200 plus dinners. Carlton
field of 120 players making the affaira Meng and area JayCees assisted by
grand success. Proceeds from the members of the Keystone Heights
day's action, sale of BBQ chicken High School Interact Club packagedand
Mi dinners and donations received for served meals throughout the
special favors served on the course afternoon. Cakes cookies pies
raised approximately $3,000 for brownies and a variety of spreads
Mike.It was a moment to rememberas dips chips and hors d'oeuvres
Santa presented Mike with the prepared by members of the
d \ proceeds.Cooperation. keystone Ladies Golf Assn. and
% from area businessesand served by Mrs. Richard Tyrholm,
individuals was well received. president and Mrs. Bud Hermes,
Perryman donated chicken slaw rounded out the menu.
packaging, paper goods and BBQ
services. Fred Lentz, Plantation see. Golf
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Accident tctlm Mike Myer wu all imllei ai a big crowd of golfer and Santa I
CLau,presented him the ewrnlngi from the Mike Meyer Benefit Coif Tourneyheld 3g/ysw *> -""" -*"*"-.'? ?*" 3s >- ,! < I
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1 1 1 1 Benefit Coif tournament held In Keystone Heights last weekend.

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Union Truck Driver Up for Hero's AwardA

local truck driver has been it as State Highway Heroes and an get the doors open, he broke the which threatened to set the vehicle
chosen from numerous nominations independent judging agency is now windshield and managed to release afire and disconnected and removeda Short Bowling
,throughout the state forjhe: .honor of examining all the drivers to choose the safety belts. lie removed the propane gas cylinder from the
competing for the title of 1987 National four finalists Awards of $5,000 in couple from the vehicle to safety trailer. He took the cylinder into the
Highway Hero by theGoodyear bonds will be presented to each of through the windshield. woods a safe distance from the vehicle League
Tire I. and Rubber Com the three runners-up and a $20,000 Cadle then stopped a gasoline leak .
pany.Walter. bond will be given by Goodyear to Now Forming
Cadle of Lawtey, a driver the National Highway Hero at ;
for Pritchett Trucking Company In ceremonies preceding the Dalton 0
Lake Butler, has already been the upside-down position, were h CaD Starke Lanes
awarded as the Florida State unable to release the catch. Both .
Highway Hero. He received a $100 doors were also jammed and would .
U.S Savings Bond and state-wide not open. 9648175SLICED
recognition.Drivers Cadle saw the accident and stop-- A golf hoi must b.four and one-quarter Inches In diameter and at least
from 20 states have made ped to help. When he was unable to four Inches deep.

Community CollegeSets

Special CourseOn

ConstitutionSanta WinnDixieOVER PRICES

Fe Community College,as a GIVE YOU A
part of the Bicentennial Celebration, LOWER FOOD BILL
is presenting a special course on the
Constitution during the upcoming WAKE OUR PRICES-YOU'LL LIKE THE SAVINGS!
Winter Term at the Starke Center.

The Constitu- .......
"Special Topics -- THURS. WED., -,.-,
tion' will focus the 1787 Convene ----
on ? DECEMBER 17 24, 1987
tion itselfthe debates com-
promises and the end productthe
world's finest constitution.Attentionwill

leading Philadelphia"Foederal"also up be to during Convention given and the to following the summer held events the in of Make a List and Check it Twice... .

1787. Then head for Winn-Dixie and Will .
The credit class,to be taught by c' B OAEry
Chuck McKeown, can be used as a > ulur "
history elective for degree seeking pMVE

jianal.students enrichment, or can be taken for per- Everyday Low Prices 'CL'g ::

The class will begin on Jan.7 and
will meet each Thursday evening BOTPOM SlAtAS OAr;
,from 7-10 p,m. through April. '

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holiday carols,on Friday, Dec. 25 at COLA r
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In the past,TV-4 has producedand MAYONNAISE erlR''y lR
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Pae.B TELEGRAPH,TIMES MONITOR SECTION December 24,1UH7Arrington's SFCC Sets ACT Test in Feb.Any I

student who plans to attend those who take the ACT Test to fill
Santa Fe Community College this out an application to SFCC prior to
H Winter should take the ACT Test to taking the test If they have not yet
New BusinessFrom be administered at the Starke been admitted to the college. There
Center on Monday, February 4. Is no charge for the test.
Results of the ACT will be used to
The test,which lasts approximately -
Page four hours, will begin promptly at determine placement In Santa Fe's

Arrington sold the garage in B:30B..m: .It...will. be necessaryfor English. .and-Math. classes.J .
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will build all-steel trailer reduc-
an Chapel Hill, N.C. in 1966,and movedto I
ing the price to reflect the lower cost Jacksonville to open another facli-
material. ty with a similar operation. n
The new firm, L bar A Trailers, Arrington has always been an en i, M r .s"I I
now has five employees working 50 trepreneur. While operating the
hours per week. Arrington says the garage, he bought large over-the- I i
group are the most dedicated road tractors, rebuilt and renovatedthem --' t Os r
employees he has ever had workingfor to look like new, and resold L.On bill
him, all committed to producinghigh them, although he never operated a j August 18 1975 an Inn keeper In England e telephone
It later found that this bill con-
for the equivalent of 4386800000. was
quality products.The commercial lender and body shop.
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two welders, Bill Phiffer and In 1976,Arrington and his wife,the : Seined "an arithmetical error.
Leonard Freeman, live in former Hazel Manning of North ;
504IV.Caff St.y.O. 1JOtJ66:
Hawthorne. Carolina,bought 40 acres on Forsyth
Johnnie Lee,who does the cutting Road and moved to Bradford Coun- .50 inn s Starts, TL 32091-0366
and fitting, lives in Starke. ty, where he intended to farm.Since
Mike Wilson lives in Gainesville, the property had only about 10 acres I (904) 964-8547
and Charles Freeman lives in cleared, Arrington spent the next 8 J1L Specialty gift Shop
Hawthorne.Both of them do the trim years clearing an additional acres
work. of new ground and farming. He built All of us wish all of you a very
Arrington chose aluminum for several chicken houses, which were
construction, since it is lighter, "the worst thing I ever did," and Merry Christmas
doesn't rust, and will last a lifetime. quit raising chickens without --yea .
Uric acid, produced in urine, which recovering his investment in the "''''''''''"''''''''''.......- -- We will close at 4 p.m. Christmas Eve. Closed Friday 12/25, Sat.

destroys steel, does not affect chicken business. He continues to" A Disney Promotion for Tots... 12/26 & Sun. 12/27. Open as usual on Monday, 12/281
While all-aluminum head,
"run a few cows, some 80-90 with !
trailers cost approximately 30 per on his home place, and on some 500 A promotion by Clay Cablevlston. or Bradford Video here,will get up a rank you for stepping us .
cent more than conventional steel acres of rented land In the Keystone series of Mickey Santa's for needy children. We appreciate your patronage! 9:30-5:00: M-F 9:30.4:00: : Sat.
trailers, they weigh some 40 percent Heights area.Although. Clay Cablevlslon Is offering to give a Mickey Santa to the Department
less, reducing over-the-road cost, L bar A Trailer of Health and Rehabilitative Services for every new subscriber to the
and are easier to tow. manufacturing is located 2.5 miles Disney 'hannel. In addition, a new customer signing up for the Disney
Arrington said the trailers he off the pavement, Arrington plans to Channel will receive a $7.50 upgrade fee, rather than the usual $1$.
builds begin at approximately$6,000 continue there for the foreseeable Above: Laura Benton, marketing director for Clay Cablevlslon, and
for a 2 horse unit, to $25,000 for a 10 future. He considered building his Melinda Edmondson, Bradford Video office manager,show off a Mickey HUSBANDS
horse trailer. While he builds custom plant in a more accessible location, Santa.
made units to meet the needs of his possibly on US-301, but decided the
customers, Arrington says he will investment would be too great for a
not sacrifice quality to make a sale. fledgling manufacturer, more SVIQMOR1CiaGE A Give wives the
especially, since he owned sufficient your
Prior Work... land already. Advertising through BANKERS
Arrington,51, was born in Virginia word of mouth by trailer owners at- \ gift of time
and.grevTup\ in North Carolina. He horse shows seems to have
came'lo' Jacksonville in 1966, and work thus far, and location of the
moved to Bradford County in 1976. plant has not affected sales. A DANK OF BOSTON COMPANY References Available
Twenty years old in 1956, Arr. Arrington is optimistic and upbeat \ :
ington entered the garage business, about the possibilities for success by ;
making mechanical repairs to his operation.
automotive vehicles, specializing in People wbo own horses require !lay's: Ckaning Service
repairs to heavy equipment and good equipment, and the production ... ..
of life Harold K. Davis !0'! "
trucks. Becoming interested in of quality products is a way LENDER
welding, Arrington built a for Arrington. Loan Officer Days Nights Weekends
"low-boy" trailer in 1957. A lowboy
unit is built lo-v to the ground, utiliz- STOCKTON WHATLEY, DAVIN & COMPANY / Offices & Residences

ed for hauling equipment, such as E-Z WHEELS LICENSED MORTGAGE BROKER/INSURERS 496-1316 or 9644908Merry
tractors, etc.,and has built-
in ramps for loaning.Ills 1320 N.TEMPLE AVE. STARKE 105 N.W. 33 Court. Gainesville Florida 32607 Christmas to all from Kay Starling&Carol Klnchen,
next welding project was tolayout
and build a mobile steel scaf- Office 375-2950 Local Number
fold for painting a huge high-ceiling 9647783Buy FHA VA. Conventional Home Mortgages'( Second Mortgages; '#1<.":1'""""'" /.! sJ/>,/.,/,.% -&?sS&ii: u ",/,,,, v-'< )o<>" .X w..j/-'/ -
textile factory, without Interruptingthe /2) ,{ .@ < '1''@. \> ,i1m}';'';:; 'tNJ''V".t't.w,,. ,j, M1J '
operation of the mill. The scaffold Here Pay Here :
was built on wheels, and movedin f. 'f} .
the aisles, between the We Finance i t8 Let us take this f ..
machinery, while painters plied WAOPENUSE "
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their trade far above the textile '81 I Cougar XR 7.SInaI V/8 New Ftatot.: K&(tu l ; opportunity to say.... 'l "
workers. Loaded$b% On.E-Z Payment. PUBLIC
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Private Lessons $495. Down -EZ Payments fa
$10 hour OR \
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with Friend "73 Dodge Dart On Owner. PRO-KEDS CANDIES Any PairfAcjrot'rom t '( for making our first year so very 4t
Learn .
Garage Kept.Slant 6. / .
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For $5 each. Unbelievable. 3295 On. '
Call Mark at VduaUp to j heartfelt gifts, give us a call today and .
'80 Mercury Capri 4 spd. nice car 00.00r t 1t
473-4380 or 964-6305 $49S./ DN B.Z. PaymonU i t i "Leave It to the Good Hands People" : ;

Current Students 75 Plymouth Fury % ( .
include members of Sport Coupe i Merry Christmas :; :"
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KHHS High School Team $295 DN. E-Z.Payments ; t. 1 and a yfappy 9ew year ,. 'X ,

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Union Riders Celebrate

With. Special Awardsby UN\Ot4. COUNT y !f

Janice Parrish Roberts, Reporter Janice Parrish ,-
Forty-two horse and riders turned and Arena Director J.P. Bass pla
out decked in bright cheerful ques for their hard work as officers y
Christmas decorations, throwing of the club for 1987. She expressed a
candy,wishing parade spectators a heartfelt thanks to all officers.
Merry Christmas this past Satur- Sally and Ronnie Keller wer also
day riding in the Lake Butler"Get presented with a plaque for stocking -
The Christmas Spirit Parade". the concession stand during the
Immediately following the parade year.One more special award was i:
riders joined with other family and presented to Wade Andrews by his
friends at the Union County Arena wife and president Dot, the award / 2' 4 M yI
for the Second Annual Christmas was to the first gentleman of the 1
Luncheon and Awards Presentation. Union County Riding Club in appreciation 1 r
for all his help during ( 2 t
The lunch consisted of smoked I v +
the year. _/ __
ham and turkey along with lots of Other awards presented were:
other goodies I The food and Toddler with the Shortest Legs,
fellowship was great! Dallas Osborne; Littlest Small Fry
Then came the awarding of some Girl, Christie Gay; Most Improved
very special plaques along with Small Fry boy, Terry Elixson;
some good-natured fun awards. MacGyver Award, Kim Roberts;
Wade Andrews received the Hanging In There Award, Blaine .i Nt
"Longevity Award" this year. Andrews Vivci; Least Competition, Mildred
has been participating in the Hagen; Hard Luck Award, Elaine J.
club since it's beginning some 28 Cooper; Sportsmanship Award, r
years ago at the home of J.P. Ben Jim McVey; Plunge Award, l
nett. Paulette Davison; Wreck of The : .., -
This year two J.P. Bennett Year, John Roberts Sr., and Joe i : i
Memorial Awards were presented. Hendricks; I'd Druther Be Playing F
Ralph and Janice Parrish were Bingo, Elsie Parker; Supporting
both presented a beautiful plaquefor Father, Frank Holley; Goon t :+
their work and dedication to the Squad, Bud Hagan; Making Us _
Union County Riding Club over the Look Good, Albert Andrews; Supporting -
past year. Competition, Coleen and
Next came the recognition of officers Shirley Williams; Most Hidden
who have done a outstanding Talent Sarah O'Steen and Jimmy
Special Award Winners...
job over the past year. Parker.
Dot Andrews, our first woman The day ended with what we all Thee member*of the Union County Riding dub received special annual
president, received a plaque for like to do best riding some com- award for their performance at a recent show In Lake Butler. Paulette Davbon,John Robert,Sr.Joe Hendrick, EUle Parker Frank Holley.
her outstanding leadership. In petition games.It Memben receiving the award Included Dallas Oiborne,ChrIstie Cay, Terry Bud Ibgen. Albert Andrew,Coleen William,Sarah O'Steen and Jimmy
return Andrews presented Vice- was a great day at our riding Elluon, Kim Robert,Blaine Vim Mildred Ibgen, Elaine Cooper,Jim McVey, Parker.
president Ray Dukes (who was club. It's a wonderful feeling,spen-
unable to attend), Secretary Carol ding a special day with friends as
Roberts, Treasurer Wayne we enter the Christmas Spirit.

I Radon Testing Begins in Area CountiesAt Bryan'sAtCD -_

the request of the Fla. Dept. of Several additional radon Local builders and others will
Health and Rehabilitative Services measurements will initially be takenin develop a core of expertise for use in
(HRS),the U.S. Environmental Pro- each home to verify the elevated training others to perform sound
tection Agency (EPA) will conduct radon level. Following this, radon mitigation techniques in Florida,
two radon mitigation projects in diagnostics will be used to deter- and homeowners participating in the !
Florida. The total cost for both pro- mine the radon entry pathways.Once projects will have elevated radon Hardware Hurry Ilectnci
jests is approximately $300,000 to be the pathways have been levels in their homes reduced at no Sale Ends
entirely by EPA. identified in those homes chosen for cost to the homeowner.
The first project will take place in participation in the project, contrac- Specials.
Polk County beginning in tors will experiment with various
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November.A second similar projectwill mitigation techniques for reducing
take place in the Marion Coun- radon entry to acceptable levels. ,
Tennis Instruction
ty/Alachua County area several
months after the first project is All home improvements and Starke or Keystone
underway. mitigation devices will remain in the Private Lessons
Approximately 100 homeowners home when the project concludes at 49
whose homes were found to have no cost to the homeowner.The $10 per hour OR 2 OURACELL
elevated radon levels during prior EPA has contracted with Leam with a Friend 1O"
radon studies will be individually Southern Research, Inc., of Birm- For $5 each.
contacted to determine their interestin ingham, Ala., for the Polk County
participating in the project. Of project. The University of Florida Call Mark at
those, 25-30 will be selected as project will be the contractor for the projectin 473-4380 or 964-6305
participants. Marion and Alachua Counties

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Take A Break A One r News Briefs

Of Our Two Area Locations Failure to Pay Cravero also Is under a federal Judith Moody, 39, was arrestedDec.
sentence of 50 years for convictionson 16 on a Duval County warrant
1 Child Support. charges of possession of explosive charging worthless check, accor-
7O4N. Ave. 834 W. Madison St. Gets Five Jailed devices, possession of 'dangerous ding to Lt. John Dempsey. She was
Temple conspiracy to procure released after a $250 cash bond was
Defendants ordered to appear to perjured testimony from a witness.An posted.
964-459O 964-8020 answer to charges of failure to arrest warrant has also been
i iI I child support were sentenced to live Issued for Cravero's wife, Lynda, Traffic
months, 29 days In Bradford County who did not make her regular Tuesday Irvin Lane Carter, 36, was arrested -
, Jail.The visit on the day Cravero Dec. 17 for driving while
defendants may purge by escaped. license suspended (OWLS) and drivIng
complying with the court order, under Influence (DUD, according -
.rs .r however, five defendants found in to Investigator Aderholt. Bond
I contempt of court are now in the Man In Jail was set at $572.50.
county aiJ.
.. rr David Allan Tomlinson of Lake Starts Fight Thomas F. Harrison, Starke
Butler arrested Dec. 19 is in arrears Neil Norman Golden, 30, of was arrested Dec. 18 23bOf according -
I $2,550, according to court records.He Lawtey has been additionally charged to Patrol Gerald Hayes. He
remains in custody. after he started a fight in the was released after a $210 cash bond
Nell Norman Golden and Stephen .
county jail.Golden was posted.
Murphy were taken to jail following was charged Dec. 17 with
their court appearance Dec. 7 and resisting an office with violence and Jeff Rulse, 23, of Starke was arrested -
remain in custody. battery of a law enforcment officer, Dec. 20 for DWLS, accordingto
I Herbert Lee Williams was arrested according to Deputy Barry King. Sgt. Reese. Bond was set at
$ Dec. 10 and remains in Bond was set at $1,000 total. Golden $101.25, he was released on his own
I custody. remains in custody, serving time for recognizance.Anita .
1,99I Alvin Leon Wilcox, 35, of Baker failure to pay child support.
County was arrested Nov. 29 and remains Marie Henderson, 32, of
I I in custody. There is also a Jackson County was arrested Dec.
hold for Wilcox from Osceola Coun- Man ArrestedFor 19 for improper tag, according to
Patrolman Susan Wilkerson. She
C. Powell of Gainesville Grand TheftA was released to Hillsborough County
LUNCH BUNCH was picked up by Alachua authorities for outstanding warrantsfor
authorities Dec. 8, he was found in 24-year-old man arrested for
i I failure to appear for charges of violation of probation (worthless
contempt and ordered to make pay
his grand theft Dec. 15 has been addi- checks) with bonds set at $250 each.
ment by March 1 or start serving
tionally charged with lewd or
time. lascivious of child Leroy Gainey, 65, of Alachua
act in
'Bruce Allen Barnes, 30, was arrested presence
: County was arrested Dec. 17 for actual -
Featuring under 16 of and indecent
years age
Dec. 17. He is in arrear
control of vehicle
i I according to Deputy Gene physical
$2,362.77,he was released on his own exposure under influence of alcohol, according -

Beef Sub Sandwich recognizance until January. Lee.Richard Wayne Mikell was charged to Trooper D. C. Roberts. Bond

Roast Dec. 17 on the outstanding capias. was set at $500, he was released on
Bond has been set at $5,000, he remains his own recognizance.

I ( USINGGEMMBEI@ ROASTBEEF) I Brooker Man Dies in custody. Sharone Gainey of Bradford Coun-
ty was arrested Dec. 18 for DUI,
Two Arrests
From Crash Injuries Drug resisting arrest with violence,according -
Same Charges to Sgt. Reese. Carney's blood
An Brooker died

VV V Cookies Size I Dec.from 20 injuries in a sustained Jacksonville in man a hospital singlecar Unrelated IncidentsTwo Bond alcohol was content set at $1,125.was Gainey.23 being -
recent arrests of two different held for violation of probation
accident Bradford
on a County
road. individuals in Starke for using marijuana from Alachua County, according to
] Emanuel Kleinman died and giving alcoholic beverageto Investigator Aderholt.
i at 3:23:
a minor were unrelated.Dec. .
I (CHOICE OF EITHER "STRIPED CHIPS AHOY" I a.m.from at injuries University received Medical in a Center Dec. 2 18 William Richard Martin,
19, of Graham arrested when
was he
OR OREO DOUBLE STUFF") car accident on CR-18 east of
Graham, according to Trooper Ken was stopped just off of Griffis Loop FliP Troopers
neth Etheridge. Klemman suffered near Starke, according to Investigator
multiple trauma, head injuries, David Aderholt. Martinwas Continue License, .
t broken neck, broken ribs and pelvis, charged with possession of Vehicle Inspections
32 Oz. Fountain Drink according to Emergency Services cannabis-20 grams or less, posses-
Director Cliff Chapman. He had sion of drug paraphernalia and Bradford CountyThe
been listed in critical but stable con- possession of an alcoholic beverageby Florida Highway Patrol will
dition earlier this month. a person under 21, said Aderholt. be conducting driver license and
& lilh I Ii Kleinman was westbound on Martin was released after a $625.75 vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
: CLASSIC CR-18 at 3:10: p.m. when his vehicle, cash bond was posted. ing the week of Dec. 26 through Dec.
--. a 1984 Buick, ran off the roadwayand 31 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18,
into a pine tree, the vehicle then Henry Monroe Douglas, 18, of SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B,
i struck several more pine trees Union County was arrested Dec. 19 CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231,
i before coming to rest. He was extricated and charged with possession of can- CR-227, CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A
from his vehicle and nabis, possession of an alcohol in Bradford County.Recogmzmg .
transported by Trauma I to Jackson beverage by a person under 21, according the danger presentedto

Offer unpiiot Jan. 4, IV88 ville.This is the ninth traffic fatality in Jr. Douglas to Patrolman, driving a 1987 K. R.Camero Hinds,, equipment the public, Troopers by defective will concen-vehicle

i, I I Bradford County this year. was stopped and when the driver trate their efforts on vehicles being
I IN OUR DELI opened the car door the officer operated with defects such as bad
smelled the strong ordor of mari brakes, worn tires and defective
UCI juana. A 17-year-old female was also lighting equipment. In addition, attention -
EscapeeOn in the car as was a bottle of whiskeyin will be drivers
.: HOT GSr I I Most Wanted List the back seat, said Hinds.Douglaswas who would violate the driver license
i released after a $363.25 cash laws of Florida
{ Richard Douglas Cravero, an bond was posted. found
The Patrol has these check-
escaped murderer and drug trafficker -
; has been placed on the "15 to be an effective means of enforcing
Buy ONE Most Wanted" list of the U S. Mar Recent ArrestsIn the equipment and driver
license laws of Florida while
I insuring
J shals Service. Bradford
." County the protection of all motorists.
Cravero, 44,escaped in September
,fA' The following arrests were made
Get ONE ( from Union Correctional Institution
local authorities Brad- CountyThe
in Raiford. He was serving two life by recently in
sentences for murders in Dade ford County, Florida Highway Patrol will
I County and a 25-year sentence for be conducting driver license and
FREE t manslaughter from Monroe County. Brenda Lee Newby, 24, was arrested vehicle inspection checkpoints during -
Members of his "Dixie Mafia" gang Dec. 16 for violation of probation the week of Dec. 26 through Dec.
Must Present Coupon With Purchase are believed responsible for at least for disorderly conduct, according 31 on SR-100. SR-121, SR-231, SR-241,
35 murders\ and disappearances. All to Investigator David Aderholt.She SR-238, CR-18. CR-237 CR-229,
i I are drug related, according to Marshall was released after a $1,000 sure- CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-
Richard L. Cox.Union. ty bond was posted. 796A in Union County.


i Beach Buddy Jr. j I J County Dentist HonoredAnthony

J. Franklin, D.M.D., a Bradford High School in 1977. After awards are: the Demotes A. Azenne
member of the dental staff at the receiving his B.S. degree in Biologyat Graduate Fellowship, the Florida
i Lake Butler Reception and Medical Georgia Southern College in 1981, Medical, Dental, and Phar-
I $ Refills 29$ Center, has been selected as an he entered the University of Florida maceutical Assn. Scholarship;
1 2 9 Outstanding Young Man of Americafor College of Dentistry, and receivedhis Black Student Health Professional
Only Good Through 1987. Doctor of Dental Medicine Coalition, Alpha Phil Alpha Fraternity -
j The OYMA program seeks to degree in 1986. ; and current membershr': in the
1988 recognize the achievements and He was listed in Who's Who Florida Medical Pharmaceutical -
i Feb. 29 abilities of men between the ages of Among Students in American Assn., Duval County
these fine 21 and 36 for their oustandmg civic Universities and College, and was a Chapter, and also the American
Filled with
and professional contributions to member of the Student National Dental Assn.
s their community, state, and nation. Dental Assn, serving.that group as He is a member of the
General Food Products Dr. Franklin, 28, is a native of parliamentarian and also vice presI- Philadelphia Baptist Church of
Lawtey, and has been in his present
I Lawtey, the son of Robert and In- dent.
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Gwendolyn AndersonMrs. Townsend, Clara S. survived by another daughter, Carmel, Ind, Mrs. Lee Huggins,
Gwendolyn M. Anderson, 67, Elizabeth T. Yelvlngton Daytona Pensacola, Mrs. Kathryn Shaver
of Lake Geneva, died Wednesday Funeral Services for Clara S. Beach,two sons,James W.,Bunnell, and Mrs. Ben Powell, both of
Dec. 18 In Alachua General Hospital Townsend, 90, who died Tuesday, and F.M. Jr., Ft. Pierce; four Tallahassee; 11 grandchildren and FOREMOST-< PRlC WlSi Sale
Dec. 1, were held on Friday, Dec. 4
In Gainesville following a brief illness sisters, Mrs. Warren Saunders, 21-great grandchildren. Prices
at High-Black Chapel with the JP+
Reverend Paul Pollock associate Good
Born Feb. 19, 1920 in Candor,N.Y., o
pastor, Ormond Beach Methodist Thru
Mrs. Anderson moved to Lake combine to bring you
Geneva In 1982 from Tampa. She attended Church, officiating.A LOWER PRICES DEC. 28

Gadara Baptist Church, wasa TJf1;
member of VFW Post 424 in Tampa native of Salem, Ala., Mrs.
,and was a Library Supervisor for Townsend had been a resident of Or
Cornell University.Survivors mond Beach since 1959,coming from .-
include her husband Haw Creek, Fl. She moved to Lake WJ3'ffR! !YPJ21.TC9{ 0cJ
Earl W. Anderson, two nieces and Butler as a child and graduatedfrom T.r Jack Wild Chivas
two cousins. Lake Butler High School. She < :e
Memorial funeral services were taught school for two years before "
held Saturday, Dec. 19 in Gadara becoming a cashier at the Lake 0 Daniel Turkey Regal
Baptist Church with Rev. Leamon Butler Bank of which her father was *
Ward officiating. Interment will be president. She married Fulton CIIRISTMAS DA Y BUFFET 101 I
at a later date in Candor, N.Y., McKinney Townsend in 1920 and ,99
under the direction of Jones Funeral came to ormond Beach in 1959 to live 11MOAM-2MOPM 10
Home of Keystone Height. with her daughter, Eloise Morris. &> 1 T 13"
She was a member of the First
S.-OOPJ\f-8.-OOPM 750 750 750
Methodist Church of Ormond Beach.In .
Mr.James II. FreemanMr. addition to Mrs. Morris, she Is

.James Hamilton Freeman,87, Carden Fresh Salad Bar CrownRoyal GilbeyGin GilbeyVodka
of Lake Butler died Tuesday morn Turkey Cornbread DresTlng Giblet Gravy
ing at the VA Medical Center in Lake
City after a brief illness. Card Of ThanksThe and Cranberry Sauce
Born in Hudson, N.C. Mr. Roast Beef Au has o
Freeman lived in Lake Butler for family of the late Mr. ErnestW. Baked Ham with
Mabrey wishes to thank
over 30 years. He retired from the everyonefor '
acts of kindness shown to them Green Beans Almondlne Sweet Potatoe
U.S. Souffle 99
Army as a Master Sergeant *
after serving 30 years. He was also during his illness and their bereave- Mexican Corn Whipped Potatoes 13 1 699 688
ment. We would like to thank you for
employed the City'of Lake Green Lima
Beans Rolls &
Butler for 25 years before he retired. the cards, condolences, flowers and Butter I
Survivors include daughter Ms. food prepared for us. A special Homemade Banana Pudding 750 750 LTR

Barbara Simerley of Little hock, Starke.thanks to Haile Funeral Home of Special Bread Pudding with Lemon Sauce. .-----

Ark.Graveside Coffee or Tea
services were held Card Of ThanksWe y c igeJ '
Thursday, Dec. 17 at Dekle $7.O5 Afldre if7CJfTYlOtl f tS! a t a716Mr.
Cemetery In Lake Butler with Rev. would like to thank all our "
Art Peterson officiating. Archer family and friends for all their ALL YOU CARE TO EAT Boston.EggzNcg 7so s(4St( % .

Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in prayers, love, food and condolences ,Crpi+vt t IldyCal .Lx3
charge of arrangements.Mr. during our time of sorrow.A 0\ \/l ChUdren under 13 $3.95 w
thanks to Rev. Bud Hill
Lacy RichardsonMr. of Harmony special Freewill Baptist Church o 0fljjff Children 3 and under FREE o 0 Playing Now Through New years Eve

Lacy Richardson, 79, of GlenSt. and to Archer Funeral Home.
Mary, died Saturday morning in The family of Bessie Hilton 0Q oO The Ray Parrish BandChristmas
the Fraser Hospital in Macclenny o o oo0
after an extended illness.A Card Of ThanksThe Eve til Midnight New Years Eve til 4 am

lifelong resident of Baker County family of the late Mr. Ernest j 'Lcono Lodge 0 Every Frl ft Sat nile after New Years til 2am
Mr. Richardson was a retired W Mabrey wishes to thank everyonefor J
carpenter and correctional officer.He acts of kindness shown to them yfvn/301 *C 964-7600 0o 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGEStarke
attended the church.
Baptist during his illness and their bereavement O
Survivors Include three We would like to thank you for __ruloM...... .... oni.ij -1 mile North of starke on US 301"
daughters, Joyce GrIffis, Rachel
the cards, condolences, flowers and
Lauramore, and Redith Harrington, food prepared for us. A special OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
all of Glen St. Mary; five sons, thanks to Ha tie Funeral Home of
Wilford and Harry, both of Glen St. Starke.
Mary, Vernon of Jacksonville, ...
Franklin of Whitehouse and Earl of
Sanderson; brother, Andrew ri
Richardson of Glen St. Mary; two i
sisters, Elsie Clark of Glen St. Mary
and Lacy Kirkland of Macclenny; 19
grandchildren and 21 great. fIItt

grandchildren.Graveside funeral services were r y OJl1ristUttts

held Monday in Mt. Zion Cemeteryin
Union County with Elder Aubrey
McCormick officiating. Archer .
Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in .....
charge of arrangements. ,, < r MARGARET L. JACKSON)
Mr. Troy D. SimsLuke's W.T. JACKSON SR C pa Yt ,. \ .T''i' Cofoundora

Mr. Troy D. Sim Qf' Co-Founder y i
frvihl h (II :' e 1J' c a y J. i
,..H'td.' 1IIcd Morlda y, C. 21, in St. y iRe '
Hospital of Jacksonville, \
following a brief illness. .. _
Born May 5, 1913 in Heron,111,Mr. J -t-.1r ,
Sims moved to Keystone several .. 4Director
years ago. He was a veteran of ... "IEJI '
retired caretaker for summer Vlco Protldont Manogor-Dlrortor S.craory-Tr.asur.r Proildont
Vie Prstd.nE._
camps. 00 ..
Survivors include his wife, ViolaG. w.
Sims of Keystone; one brother M.L _-. i i W.B.McKinn.y
and one sister.Memorialization. r Blaw.Jackwn

will be by cremation ,.o tvxMfiao 4963079UPPL'V' 7w: n.r
Jones Funeral Home of \ I :301 South
Keystone is in of Ed Adami STARK
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to cook the turkey stuffing +w'i! At this time of year our attention Is focused on Christmas. In behalf of the
thoroughly, too. If you plan to I would .
stockholders. officers directors and employees of Jackson Building Supply.
stuff the cook it until a thermometer
turkey Tim like to thank you all for your support of us.We realize that without you and more ar
inserted into the stuffing ." ooT r Importantly,without the Grace and Mercy of Almighty God we could not exist as a TfMt1 .
reaches at least 165 degrees business or even as Individuals. Because you have been so good to us and likewise God
farenheit. Bacteria grow rapidly in has been we feel that we need to share with you what we believe Christmas Is all
lukewarm stuffing. As soon as the about.
turkey is completely cooked,

remove all the stuffing from the : r F _, Christmas Is surely a time of giving as Is evidenced by the giving or exchanging of
cavities. Harmful bacteria ar more '' many n.s.When we think about Christmas giving we need to remember. "For God so
likely to grow in the stuffing if it sits loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son. that whosoever belleveth on him '' [ dill "'
in the bird after cooking. If you do should not perish. but have everlasting life: (John 3:16)) God gave that we might RohborgMlko
not need all the stuffing for the first r believe on His Son and have a place In Heaven. However If we reject what He gave, we M -
servings, you can put the rest in an Jackson L ., have a place in Hell. Shorn*
oven at 200 degrees farenheit to keep f J.EE Moed ,,,
hot until needed. r.PrtL; Christmas needs to be a time for receiving for no one can give a gift unless It Is
Don't cool leftovers on the kitchen received.The Bible says that the GUI of God gave.- His Son.Jesus "came unto his
counter Put them straight into the own and his own received him not. But as many as received him. to them gave he "
refrigerator. Don't hold the stuffing, power to become the sons of God. even to them that believe on his name:Which were v -
broth or gravy more than a day or born not of blood nor of the wtll of the flesh nor of the will of man.but of God."
two To serve the leftover gravy, (John 1:11-13)) 1 r
reheat and bring to a rolling boil for 1 41i16 7RiBlt
several minutes before serving- t : } Christmas Is a time of happiness, as evidenced on the face of many. Happiness ;rte
then serve it hot. Leftover turkey depends on happenings and can be shortlived to gain real Joy and Peace this
will keep in the refrigerator for 3 to 4da's. Christmas why not right now receive the greatest gift ever given.The Lord Jesus JoH fton1
Christ?Jesus loves us and Invites us to believe In Him. If you have not made this
Refrigerate cream, custard, meringue t committment you should right now receive Jesus Christ as your personal Saviour. If Iddlo Donoghuo
.. and other foods with Tom Orow you have Just now received can know the real Joy of Christmas for the first
custaca .. ings immediately. It is time. For those of us who already know Him- may we be drawn to a closer walk this
dangerous to let foods of this kind Mark Jorto* Christmas. -
stand at room temperature.
Freeze foods promptly. Don't let We thank God for the opportunity He has given us to serve your building supply and r _
huge quantities of party leftovers fill hardware needs we also thank Him for allowing us to share Jesus Christ with you
your refrigerator for days. Plan in alter all without Christ there would be no Christmas.
advance for ways that you can use
the foods. Then freeze the rest. If in
doubt about a leftover food throw it
out. Food poisoning does not
necessarily have a bad smell or -
taste. Just because food doesn't Marc Jackson. President
seem spoiled doesn't mean it is all _. Brian Oouvtt Orog AlvarosDonnl
right to eat.J"ennis. MlkoChappoll COMPUTE LINE:Or KXW AND USED BUILDING' SUPPLIES.

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Traffic Crimina. court Finals Dec. 15 I

The following defendants ap Fredrick D. Johnson pled guilty dismissed. 3k Z" 1l0
peared before Judge expired tag over four months; produced Issac Warren Jr. pled no contest C
Pierce in Bradford County traffic valid tag, dismissed registration expired more than four! l>O SIi
Criminal Court Dec. 15. Joseph Beard pled guilty violationof months, cost suspended.
driver's license restrictions; Warren pled guilty improper un-
Edward L. Williams pled no con- Salvation Army to hold license '30 safe equipment; pay $7.
test driving while intoxicated days, violate no laws. Raymond W Charest pled J guilty
(DWI/DUtplaced; on Salvation Ar- Beard pled guilty unlawful speed; Improper license; ordered to produce
\ my probation one year, enter fined $128, Salvation Army supervision valid license by Jan. 12.
Gateway, violate no laws, use no six months. Diane G. Vandiver pled no contest
alcohol or drugs. Darrell L. Crane pled guilty DUI; fined $362, must complete SO ,
Edward P. Melvin pled guilty DWLS; ten days in jail,fined$101.25. hours community work. Salvation
DUI; fined $2,730, license revoked Roger L. Johns pled no contest Army supervision six months, attend
Salvation Army supervision one DUI; fined $625, Salvation Army DUI school, license suspended
year, six months in Jail to begin on supervison six months, 50 hours six months. CHEVY BERETTA
release from hospital, attend DUI community work, attend DUI Phillip Louis Lee pled guilty fleeing -
school. school, license suspended six mon- attempting to elude DWLS; 13
Melvin pled guilty driving while days in jail.James .
license suspended (OWLS); fined ths.Randy I. Broskey pled guilty K.Mosley pled guilty viola- Specially Equipped
$232, six months Salvation Army wilful-wanton reckless driving; fin- tion of driver license restriction; fin-
supervision,consecutive with above. ed $106.26. ed $250,Salvation Army supervision :
Stephen L. Murphy pled guilty no Broskey pled guilty DUI; fined six months, violate no laws, use no 1JIEN1S
tag; fined $101.25. $625, attend DUI school, 50 hours alcohol or drugs.
community work, Salvation Army Mosley pled guilty to wilful- PA'RtJA'R: t--
George W. Hendrickson pled guil- supervision. wanton reckless driving; ordered to N1i ; '
ty DWLS; fined 10125. Larry E.Dobbs pled guilty DWLS; pay $625, Salvation Army supervision : .
Harry M. Vanutrecht, Jr. pled no fined $101.25.Diane violate no laws, no alcohol or
contest fleeing or attempting to C. Garrison pled not guiltyno drugs.
elude; $127.Vanutrecht. tag; produced valid tag, orderedto
pled guilty unlawful pay $25 court costs.
speed; ordered to pay $92. Garrison pled not guilty no driver Misdemeanor Court
license produced valid license,
Pamela C. McFarland pled guilty ;
DWLS; must produce valid licenseor dismissed. Kenneth Wayne Howard pled no
pay $101.25Kenneth Russell O. Thornton pled guilty no contest giving alcohol to minors; fin-
A. McNeal pled guilty valid driver license NVDL); six ed $121.50 Salvation Army supervision -
DWLS; fined $101.25 months Salvation Army supervision. 60 days. SN 2635
Steve L. Thornton pled guilty Thornton pled guilty failed to Jeffery Lee Baker pled guilty all these
DWLS; fined $101.25. report accident; six months Salvation possession of less than 20 grams cannabis One low price includes
Melody M. Green pled guilty ran Army supervision, 50 hours ; six months Salvation Army
red light; fined $52. community work, 500 word essay on probation, violate no laws 50 hours popular options.
Green pled guilty expired driver why he should not violate laws of community work, $50 court costa
license over four months; produced State of Florida,attend school every Luther A. Davis pled guilty no
valid license. day unless excused by doctor. hunting license; produced valid
Wendell L. Chastain pled guilty license, 60 days court probation, $50 GT Package(sport .All Conditioning Electronic speed control
Ronald L. Andrews pled guilty DUI; fined$625,50 hours community court costs. mirrors steel wheels. .Comfortllt Steering .with resume feature
DWLS; fined$101.25. work, Salvation Army supervison Norma Irene Kress pled no contest Custom Cloth bucket Wheel Intermittent windshield
Arnold R. Evans, Jr. pled guilty one year,license suspended six mon retail theft; $50. seats 2,8L MFI V6) Color-keyed carpe4d wipers
DWLS: fined $127.50. ths, attend DUI school. William Norman Suggs pled guilty AM/FM Stereo Cassette floor mats,front and rearManufacturer's
Joseph D. Garrison pled guilty notogsn Dian Brown pled no contest no tag possession of drug paraphernalia; W/Clock Seek & Scan.
mobile home continued Jan. 12 one Salvation Army supervision -
mobile home;produced valid on ; year
: a. for disposition. no alcohol or drugs $50 court Suggested *
.Rudolph McGreagor pled no con- Ernest Dell, Jr. pled guilty no tag costs, must be tested by BUGC. Retail Price p12,239THE
test no tag mobile home; set for Jan. on mobile home; continued to Jan. Suggs pled guilty battery; one
12 disposition. 12 for disposition. year Salvation Army supervision, Less Option Pkg. Disc. ..J 1,100
Blonde E. Risby pled guilty no tag Thomas C. Davis pled no contest $50 court costs.
on mobile home; dismissed. expired tag on mobile home; produced Suggs pled guilty opposing police tl1,139
Jerry Sutherland pled guilty no valid tag, dismissed. officer without violence; one year Net Price M.S.R.P.
tag oh mobile home; produced valid Hilda Morris charged with no tag Salvation Army supervision $SO ;! AMERICA .
tag. i on mobile home;produced valid tag, court costs.

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with TV-12, news consulant, now Attending from BradfordUnionwas
with Florida Production Center in Carolyn Eaves,PR,and Andrea
Jacksonville and Nancy Hackel with Abrams, Neighborhood Chairman.
Little Brownie Baker Girl Scouts ORIAN rglL
cookies are made by Little Troops will be taking a holiday
Brownie), PR, formerly a council break but leaders are to meet Dec. 'Chevrolet Oldsmobile p
PR director. 29 at 7 p.m. for the Cookie Coffee at
GIRL SCOUTS the First United Methodist Church.
Sixteen volunteers and staff from
u.s. 301 North Starke 964-7500 Gainesville 372--1103 .Jacksonville 282-4522
the Council, which represents Thanks to troops who participatedin
counties in northeast Florida the nursing home sing and the an-
G. S. Press Corp shared ideas, aired complaints andasked nual Christmas parade in Starke and
Meets In StarkeThe questions on improving the Lake Butler.
visibhty of Girl Scouting.As 1
Press Corp of Gateway Girl a bonus Girl Scout cookies were Brownie Neighborhood Event i
Scout Council were guests of Little served for dessert including the following the parade was a big suc '
Brownie Baker's for lunch Saturdayat newest of the line,great as usual. cess, well attended and fun for ail. M.. ","
at the Family Restaurant in Starke. Carol DiGiusto, Public Relations .. 'Thanks to Laurie Mullins, Andrea 1.988. 0-3-:0.:
f. Guest s formerlY were Trish. Director ..with Gateway, was In Judy Dukes, Cana Schmidt and all
Michaels, news anchor charge of arrangements. leaders who participated.

I Golf Benefit.

f'roJDPage2B Bonus Cab

was handled by Lyn Kirtley Golf categories were as follows:
of Patrick's Pub, and Tournament Committee chair Ladies Only, Patty Toole, Mary
Patrick McGill Coffee Com man for the club, Charlie Moore, Aalto, Claire Moulden and Ginny
Jim Gibby: Keystone president of the men's associationand Kobiata with a low of 73. Mixed
ports, Chris Zowarka Terry Keystone Catlett, golf Im Steve Blanchette, grounds Couples, John and Genie Jett, Bud
.Inc., and superintendent. Ring and Margaret Gibbons,69.Men
of ,
pro,made contributions products Winners, although no prizes were Only Lee and his team of H.
services and equipment which con- awarded, of the captain's choice for- Lawrence,Brit and R. Kirk
of the event.
tributed to the success
mat golf outing in the following with 62.
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Claitlfled display deadline TUESDAY no p.".. Palm. Apt., 2313 N. T.mpl. tpread. 782-3172 Allen Taylor wall to wall carpet big workshop He was born in an obscure village the child ofa
Lawtey. 9/24 TF
5:00 P.M. Special Classified display Ave., Stark. 32091. 10/29 TF glassed-in porch 12x21. Phone
placement It NOT Guaranteed. TEN MOBILE HOMES for rent: furnishedor ALICIA HAY Fresh mllet cut $25 from a Starke roll. All 4732971. 12/103tpd 12/24 peasant woman. ,He grew up in another village
MIMOSA hay under barn. 7 on
unfurnished. MANOR
REMODELED 3 BRi 1 both screened
Minimum charge for classified ad. It
15 words for $3.50 then IS cents for 9647498. 11/19TFchg Hwy. 16 toward prison. 964-6167 or porch, sun deck on 2 acres on River- where He worked in a carpenter shop until He was
PINE FOREST APARTMENTS! Eighty, 2, 782-3727. 6/4tfn bend Estates, Graham. 485-I 189. 12/24
each word thereafter. Then for three He itinerant
ft 3 BR apartment, starting at SEVERAL ITEMS Ethan Allen bunk/tingle 3tchg 1/7 years was an

$160/mo. CHS, fully equipped kitchen beds, Seoly mattress, oak dretter preacher. He never wrote a book. He never heldan
cable ready. 1530 W. MadisonSt. maple chest. Model 3 computer with
EARLY DEADLINE NEXT WEEK ., 964-6312 Monday-Friday 9.5 p.m., dual disk drive. Many disks, not a toy. REAL ESTATE office. He never had a family or owned a home.
8 hp rotohole tiller/tractor. 964-4718.) OUT OF AREA
Due to New Years Day next week Equal Housing Opportunity. 12/3TF
He didn't
FURNISHED APARTMENT three rooms 12/103tpd 12/24 go to college. He never visited a big
there will be an early deadline for
clattlfled ads w..k. Advertising and bath part of utilities furnished. No NEW YEARS SALE All dresses, pants, He traveled hundred miles from
again shirts, blouses, skirts and chlidrent OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and city. never two
children or 9645970. 12/10 4tchg
deadline will be Monday.Dec.21 pett. clothet. Now until New Years $.50 dry wooded lots. Mobile home, cabin
12/31 the where He born. He did of the
for the Dec. 31 edition, which will be O.K. and place was none
THREE BEDROOM 2 both doublewide on each. Campbell's 134 E. Coll St. Itchg camping Hunting fishing.
printed on Tuesday and delivered onWednetday. fenced acre lot In city limits $375. 12/24 $5,450 w/$150 dn., $63.71 monthly. things that usually accompany greatness. He had
W. appr.clat. your 376-B059 after 6 12/10 4tchg 12/31 HAND-QUILTED QUILTS $100 and up. ((904)) 236-4379 day. ((904)) 622-2438
cooperation. p.m. 2/12 tfnANIMALS credentials but Himself.
.1/ GOGi&He
TWO BEDROOM 1 bath 615 E. 964-6477. Itpd 12/24 no was only
Washington. $250 month. $100 deposit.No MAGNUS CHORD ORGAN! 22 white 15
when the tide of turned
MOBILE HOMES pett. 4733628. 12/10 4tchg 12/31 block notet, 12 chords, $35. ALSO Tandy & PETS thirty-three public opinion

LARGE CB HOUSE 2 BR, In Starke, 22 not. lap organ. Playt and FOR SALEWE against Him. His. friends ran away.. One of them
FOR SALE deposit and references required. $325 records, $20: Both work well for older
monthly. Available Jan. 1. 17267651. children. Various clothet, boys size denied Him. He was turned over to His enemies
1014. 964-7138 9644402. 9644169. NEED GOOD HOMES 1 gentle pony
MOBIll HOME FOR SALE rent to own 12/17 3tchg 12/31 electric Itchg 12/24 2 Border Collies, and 1 Australian and went through the mockery of a trial. He was
mobile home. S.v.ral
wn to
your ffon...from. Call 468.1323 for Informa. Itpd, 12/24 and sewer furnished 964-5760. PIANO assume FOR small SALE payment Responsible See party PONY SALE Call Kris Pinto, 9646924.young mare TFmf, I nailed to a cross between two thieves. CO WhileHe
NEW A USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED Coll Credit Manager at 205-471.8927 POODLE yr. old. $150.Apricot/cream Call 9645116.male 12/IOTFec, born was dying.....His executioners gambled for
12/24 1/7
Wellt at ASW Mobile Hornet, 9646407or only clean quiet. 830 N. Temple anytime. 3tpd
964-6408.8/14 tfnrw Ave., or 9644801. 12/24 2tchg 6/20/87. Housebroken AKC, $200.: His garments the only property He had on earth.
ALICIA HAY In rolls, hone quality. All 964.5681.Itpd 12/24
24 X 60 DOUBLE WIDE, all let up In Olln't 12/31 under HAPPY JACK TRIVERMICIDEi Recogniiedtafe When He dead He was laid in a borrowed
Subdivision.\ Ready to move Into. LARGE HOUSE 1 BR, In city kitchen fur. barn. Order hay for winter and was grave
and effective
by US Bureau of
13800. available. Call nished. $250 month $200 security leave under my barn until you need It. the of friend. Nineteen
Financing 964-7015. Itpd 12/24 7 mil. North of Storke on Hwy 16 Veterinary Medicine against hook through pity a centuries

9645606. 6/11 tfnchg THREE BEDROOM HOUSE for rent. Alto toward prlton. Barn on West tide of round and.tapeworms 'In dogs ft cat. have and and He is the central
2 DOUBLEWIDS HERO'S Financing road by split level ham. under GOLDKIST, US 301 N., 9647871. 12/24 come gone today
available.. 2 BR TRAILER. 964-5748. 12/24 2tpd pecan
Call 1.272-0625 collect tfn
2 USED DOUBLEWIDESt low payments.Low 12/31 grove. Delivery available. Arthur Blchg 211'ASIBERIAN HUSKY '/ BELGIUM figure of the human race. CX!X All the armies that
Gotklnt, 7823727. 10/22 TF >
down payment. Call 1272.0650 STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to SHEPHERD 5 month old blueeyed'female. all the navies that all
collect tfn your work? W. have clean mobile 115 HONDA FOUR WHEELER $750. ever marched ever sailed
Call 9645647. Itpd 12/24
964-4514. 12/24
WORTH THE DRIVE 11 I for nice hornet available. 468-1323. 10/8 TF Itchg that
looking a the parliaments that ever sat all the kings
CALVES FOR SALE 964.8205 or 964-8230.
mobile home? Come out to Global NEW MOBILE HOME 14 ft. wide, central
Hornet In Orange Park ask for Mary. heat and air furnished. Mutt .... obo.Alto Call 16 ft.9648230.trailer with 12/10TF ramps, $1000 WATERFRONT PROPERTY ever reigned put together have not affected the
468-1323. 10/8 TF
272-0625. 12/3 4tchg 12/24 PONY FOR SALE Pinto mare, 1 life of this earth much that......
1973 MOBILE HOME 3 BR, 2 ba, CHSA. 12xtS MOBILE HOME 3 BR, 2 Ba on 1ocr. young SAMPSON LAKE ESTATES lake front man on as as
5000. Call 964-6305 from 8-5 p.m., or .. 9644238. $250/month. 10/29 TF year 12/10TFec old $150. Call 9645116. and lake acc.... Lots available from
964-8970 after 6 p.m. and leave word. OFFICE BUILDING 5 rooms, wall to wall $9000. Zoned Ret/mobile home. 3 Vi
SEVERAL ITEMS Havlland Bavaria German
12/3TF carpet, central air. Perfect for Doctoror miles wett of Starke beautiful
MOBILE HOME AND LAND locatert. Call Attorney's office. For mar. Info call $500. china Men'setting Saliva for gold 12 watch excellent Including Sampson Lake ((2000 -f- acres) Excellent G -'
2720625. 12/3 12/24 Jewel or John 9646305. TFlmm
Mary. 41chg tithing skiing, and boating.
band beautiful detlgn
TRAILER IN LAWTEYt no children. very
TIRED OF RENTING 3/2 mobile home 904-964-7755
different 4500. Men't large DIVINE SHEPHERD
with land. Cheaper than rent. Call 782-3344 or 7823942. 11/19 TFc. eve-533-2038 Owner/broker 8/13 tfnchg
horseshoe diamond 6 stone about ct..
Mary 2720625. 12/3 41chg 12/24 KINGSLEY LAKE SMALL COTTAGE! 6 MUULLO
$6.000. All firm.
1973 MOBILE HOMES 3 BR, 2 ba, CHSA months rent heat winter rotet. Couple 12/17 prices 964-8811. Itpd LAND FOR SALELOT

5000. Call 964.6305 from 8-5 p.m. or only no pett. 5332366. 12/3 TF CARPETS one used 22x10 and one brand ..,.-..,...............................................................................l..j
964.8970 after 6 and leave word. KINGSLEY LAKE 2 BR mobile home, heat
p.m. new 12x12. Alto three louvered closet After Hour
I2/3TF yearly couple only no pelt. 5332366. IN CITY 6000. Call 964-5764; after
doort. All
reasonably priced. Call Anne Nelson 473-7541
ASSUME 3 BR. 2 bath on your lot $159 12/3 TF 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tin Terwllleger
month. 904-351-8514 dealer. 12/10 TWO BR TRAILER on nice large lot inLawtey 964-6137 ford St., or 12/17 evenings.2tpd 1210 12/24 Brad- 44 ACRES,with 2 BR house 9' will divideInto John Lang/ord-Master Apprelter 496-2291 .,.
furnithed. No Randy Cory 47S-2S97
4tchg 12/31 area. Partially ,10 acre or mar. tract. 964.7771 of ..
.. !c
HUGE. FAMILY SPECIAL! "* wy3u; children. 782.3344 e*7823942. 12/10--'--" --""'' '"-964'Wr/3/r-4-TPeng: : "'T'-" "*- _*''

Hornet of Merit $279 month. Free TFc. PERSONALS MOBILE HOME "tOTSt on* acre and up'
delivery. Uncle Roy't, 904-351-8514. HAVE TWO APARTMENTS FOR RENT 1 Several locotiont. Some with hook-

12/10 4tchg 12/31 Bedroom and 2 Bedroom. 9648588. THEY SAY I'M TOO OLDI White male, 65 ups, all with EZ terms. Ralph Bryan
REPOSi easy assumption with little or no 12/17 2tpd 12/24 yeart young need donation (check) Realty, 9648878. 9/24 TF

S down. Doublet and tingles, CO'S CHECK US OUT I Clean rental to help butinettet that hire ut young HERITAGE
904-351-8514 agent. 12/10 4tchg 12/31 hornet tailored to your pay schedule. kidt. Worldwide Worship World. Inc.. VILLAS
2B WIDE shingle, masonlte. fireplaceand Private park laundry and playground. P.O. Box 888, Tallevatt, Fl 34270. fcan STROUT REALTY .

904-351-8514.much Uncle more.Ray'$227/month.. 12/104tchg, PINES SRI 21, |lust south of SR100 In 87-493 Incorporated 700 Bradford Court in Starke
Lake Butler. Call 4962366. tfn/chg. Lie. Real Estate Broker
12/31) YARD SALESFOUR 38 N. Ave.U.S. Available for immediate
12x60 MOBILE HOME 1970 model Temple 301)) OccupancyOne

$2,700 2200. Call 4731050. 12/17 Stark.,Fl 32091

4tchg 1/7 VACATION RESORTS OR FAMILIES Saturday 9 til. Two 964-8931 473-3096 and Two Bedroom Apartments
12x6S MOBILE HOME 2 BR. 1 boo partially block North of Bakery on "
1396: 20 oc. to develop 'Inside
furnished $3,900. 964.7358 eves, RENTALS Westmoreland. 10/29 TF NOW RENTING
llmitt. 2 BR furnished home Included.
12/24 2t 12/31
GLOBAL HOMES ORANGE PARK open'til COTTAGES. Fully furnithed. Daily L Zoned mobile home park. .was to..r.H urpeane!.Centre heel i**
VANS 1455: 2-slory apt. house ((4)), good In- .Appienee**.-rofWt sears
8 p.m. with lighted models. 1238 Stan weekly monthly rates. Alto mobile CARS TRUCKS .Conveniently pre-wMe'fer eeMe TV_]M.SoeeMly .
ding. Call Bill, 272-0625. 12/24 2tclig home park spaces for rent and ham. come. Epperton St. ........urttt Yes henfenpeee'Ceki
12/31 for .0.. MT. VIEW RESORT. U.S. 64E 1979 PLYMOUTH VALIANT 6 cyl., auto 1423: Mobil. on 11 oc., pecan grove, 2 epereted. uundry.Private......
2t'IOi 1987 model drastically reducedto Highlands Rd., Franklin N.C. ((704)) trant. PS, PB, radio heat. 8 track tape mile to town. '.Outride tteraoe serraurtmen.. *. PC
make way for 1988 model. Alto' land 524-4605.6/11 tfnchg deck, run good. Jimmy Broome 1411: Southern Estate home 5 acres, fp I.u..MNb
available. Orange Park Global. Call 468-1559.ltchg 12/24 Lawtey REDUCED! FROM ONLY $22O. PtLeutants
Bill, 272-0625. 12/24 2tchg 12/31 1439: Commercial bldg. < 10'cfty lots, ,
going butlnettl :"" Rental Information ave1 able at

Rental Office or cal:(904) --

,. 964-6216 Mon-Frl '-3PM.r


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".+,.J LuXurious.] Contemporary Custom Homed I ,," qa

9644522STARKE < rR in design and pricel! ",.".. ....window

f f Kit Form or Erected Shell, :ram a:+ 1IoxIbII1I1

For FREE presentation call: FHA*VAAeceptecl

John E. Curia United Realty SUrkt office 064-8447 home:473-3627

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: Susan M. Faulkner. GRI. CRB PRESIDENT .

: 'E9jil !F.91.'l.l.L !R: LLpY 19{ : \Accelerated Ite&ftr. :

r.vTl Located Hwy.301 .2 Blks a SR.100, 221 W. Lafayette Street


OWNER TRANSFERRED Price Reduced Drostlcollyl Was 130000. Now $100.000.

Beautiful custom-built 2 story LOG HOME Include 3 BR 2 Ba, 22x40 pool, all an

'.'7 acres.I : 101 :
z We Wish YouI'fA : : Highway South

Starke. Fl.

-A LOTTA ROOM FOR THE MONEY 2 tory, redecorated 1800 ..f. In Starke convenient .

to shopping and hospital. $39,000. Merry ChristmasAnd .

-QUI liT NEIGHBORHOOD CB 3 BR. hardwood floors, nice yard. Will consider i
lease purcha. : During the Holiday Season more than :

our thoughts turn gratefully to those
fireplace, on 10 acre In Starke. Under $93,000. WE WANT AN OFFERII I ever .
FOB THE GOLFERS Country Club over 1V4 acre, 3/2 all brick sunken living who have made our progress possible.

roam fireplace telling to floor window, many extra 79500. A Happy New Year! .
eTWO CONCRETE BLOCK HOMES tide' by side. CHA $45.000 each. t

FRAME HOME on North Church St: Immaculate. Only 28600.

-WALK TO EVERYTHING 3/1 frame, nice lot. 23500. : :
INCOME PROPERTYl 2 BR, 1 Ba. REDUCED to 23000. / 4Jt.In ,

this spirit we say-
MELROSE BANK REPOt 3/2'xt, over 2200 *.f. on one acre. i Professionally trained
WEEKEND RETREAT 75 ft. on Hart Lake with 3 BR MM. CH4A 30000.- Call one of our Simply, but Sincerely-- .

REDUCED ".000 FOR QUICK SALE Raiford area brick 3/2. 65000. staff today at: .

APARTMENT COMPLEX full occupancy on US 301 In STarke. REDUCED to
1.ed.OOO. .
12- after hours call:
COMMERCIAL CORNSRi North UD 301. ham. with 30x100 building. or

'LOCATION. LOCATIONI New metal warehouse, 52000. .
eUS Ml SOUTH at city limits, opprox. 297" rood frontage. REALTOR ASSOCIATES EVENINGS Wayne DougasNovls a/ll/ Dodd

..I, ;LMJS" Ml SOUTH 3 parcel" from 2 to 6 acre _*. Irene L. Faulkner-964-5142 IE Ward Irving Clark

'. WO CORNER of US 301 South a SR 18, over 2200 *.f. on 301 frontage.W.Invit.Inquiries Lucille Spry ---------964-8420 John Green _.
On Our Other Listings
.. Bobby Biggs--------9847331 REALTOR .




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TO DRINK MIDDLE AGE COUPLE to work In motel CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING) should fa*submitted CHRISTMAS PUPPIES V\ Labrador and ,.,.. ACRI PARCELS 160 acre farm
THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS live-In mold work, some yard work. to the Lok. Region Monitor office V* Chow Chow $50 eo. Ready Dec. 2... would make nice horse farm low OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
WANT TO STOPTTHAT'S 964.7184.12/3 TF In writing and paid In advance 473-1023 after 6 p.m. 2tchg down financed. Timesbuilding.
payment owner Ap- located In Union County
unless credit establishedwith
OURS TRUCK DRIVERS Pool Truck line needs already 12/17-12/24 pro.. 1/2 ocr., paved rood with 2 Call for Information.
Alcoholic Anonymous experienced over-trie-rood driver this office.MONITOR FREI KITTENS ready lor Christmas (two bedroom mobile horn SR1B. I
'U. 150..2000 Must b* at least 23 with good driving STAFF CANNOT BE HELD bobtails). 5969 Whit. Sands Road ttr/,-h>. '9ITWORK on 4962261. tin. ______
pd thru 12/3), record and work history. Excellent pay RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 4737517. Itpd 12/23 MOBILE HOMES
i CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed Free and benefit package. Drivers with CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER WANTED
estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. less than 12 month experience may THE TELEPHONE. SERVICES FOR SALE
Reddish Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.30 _
Own.r Tommy 964-8359 tfn apply a*a Pool. Driver Trainee ApplyIn Please call
HANDYMAN carpentry, pointing, elec- Pool. Truck line, 2241 then 15 cents for each word thereafter.
person 4963836. Meals and snack provided. 12'x 65' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom, 1
trlcal, comploto homo ropalr. Detroit Blvd., Pensacolo Fla. PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile and air. Mudsee I
12/17 1/7
4tpd. 1/2 both
Roaionabl ralot, Licensed contractor. 904-477-6481 1.800.225.5000. EOE. homes, pools, docks, sidewalks. Fr. 6000. Call
RB0049306 Coll Mitch. 473-3940. l/9tfn fcan 87-491 CAMPERS estimates. Call Rob 4733590. 3/5 to appreciate.3/19
496.0071 ttn/chg.
painting .loctrlcol, plumbing. application In the Starke area. 1913 IMPALA TRAVEL TRAILER 33 ft. LAWN MOWING Trimming, edging. for sale or rent. Also lots for sale. Hole
Reasonable rats Licensed contractor Driving experience preferred. Physicaland Roof air end BR full bath & owning. Call The lawn Barber. 4733590. Free GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1. (U and Associates 4963939. tfnchrg 9/3
RB0049306, Mitch, 473-3940. 8/20TFchg urinalysis required. Interested applicant $5,800 or best offer 473-2803. 2tpd Estimates 3/3 tfnchg repair). Dellnguent tax property. LIKE NEW 1914 THREE BEDROOM 2
DO YOU NEED TO WORK but can't *, pleat top by after 4 p.m. 12/23-12/30 CARPET CLEANING -CAB Carpet 8 Repossessions. Call 18056876000.( ) BATH DOUBLEWIDE. New central A/C.
because of high cost of child car.?I am Monday-Thursday at the office on Edwards 1979 ROLLYI 18 ft., 29,000 ml. $3,500or Upholstery truck mounted deep Ext. GH-1136, for current repo list. .7oo, financed $12,700. cash. Macs
Christian woman that want to help. Rd 12/17 2tchg 12/24 will trade up or down for 4 or 6 cyl. car. steam extraction.. 473-7770. Freeestimates. 12/17 8tpd. 24HELP Douglas Sr. "".1307. tfn/chg.10/8
Call 782-3462 9/10 TF NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for experienced 473-4378. Itpd 12/23 11/5.12/31- .
LAWN SERVICE: Residential & commer- MIG welder, layout experience HOME IMPROVEMENT repairs additions WANTED FOR SALE
clol landscaping troo removal lawn a plus. Must have reliable MISCELLANEOUSPACK or complete building. 30 years
vacuumed. No tab| too big or small. transportation and a desire to work. experience serving Bradford and Clay CAREER OPPORTUNITY for sewing
Free ..lImat... 964-4239. 11/5 TF Apply Crosby Manufacturing Hwy 301 RAT Buy sell and trade collectible Counties. 473-4018. 9/28 ten machine operators. Offer 2 weeks pold STORAGE HOUSES: Need extra storage
SEWING MACHINES ales and service, South Starke, Florida 964.8331 12/17 Items and antiques. Used furniture, FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging? vacation Insurance plan 3 paid space? We have 3x10 and 10x10 mini
all makes cleaned oiled and adjusted 2lchg 12/24 glassware, jewelry and much more.Come House out of level?? LaRue leveling holidays and profit sharing. Experience warehouses. Hole and Associates
SIS. All work guaranteed. Corner THE CITY OF STARKE RECREATION DEPT. see for yourself. One mile east service for all your foundation repairs, helpful but not necessary. We will 4963939. tfnchrg.8/27
Morgan Rd. and Hwy. 16. 9648733. I I. now aceptlpg application for position of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. 413.7721.7/9 tfnchg train. Apply In person Lak. Butler Apparel FRUIT PLANTS AT MARTIN'S FRUIT FARM
I2/3TF of Reno Supervisor Must b* at 413.2183.3/5 tfnchg COMPLETI HOME REPAIR: carpentry tfn.8113EXCELLENT Bar root apples, pears, peaches,
TELEPHONE SERVICES: Installation and least 18 year of age, High School painting, electrical plumbing. INCOME taking short phone plums, nectarines and figs $2.75. Container
repairs of telephones and equipment. graduate, and b* able to work with Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor messages at home. Call for Information grown apples, pears, peaches,
Prewlr and Jack Installation. Sales Children. Apply at City Hall Merrell CARS R80049306. Call Mitch. 4733940. 8/20 1(504)649-7932( ) Ext. S8401. Itpd. and nectarines $5. Blueberries $2
and service Allen Hutcheson, Dee Office 12/17 2tchg 12/24 TFchg TEXAS REFINERY CORP. needs mature grapes $3, Japanese persimmons $12.
9644924. 12/3 4tchg 12/24 FULL TIME OPENINGi Night shift excellent 190 DATSUN STATION WAGON Air, NEW CREDIT CARD: Noon.refused! Major person now In Union County area. Ft. Whit 497-2621. Closed Sundays.
DEPENDABLE MOTHER will babysit In my benefit PTO program. Apply Heat, Automatic. $1,500. 473-4378. credit cards and mar.. Get your Regardless of experience write: A.D. 12/1041chg. 12/31
homo. Hot meals, large play area to Personnel at Lake Butler Hospital 4 Itpd 12/23 card today! Call 1-518-459-3734 ext. Hopkins, Box 711, Ft. Worth, T>C. 76101. PIANO FOR SALE Responsible party to
located on. block off 301 on Deerfoot Hand Surgery Center, Rd. 121 A 100, C.3377 24 hrs. 12/17 3tpd 12/31 I Itchg. 12/24 assume small payments. See locally. I I
Trall.Rd. Full time only 9642081. 12104tchg lake Butler, Fla. 32054. 496-2323. EOE. FOR SALE DEPENDABLE PAINTING B DRYWALL Call credit manager at 1(205)471.8927( )
12/31 Itchg 12/24 SERVICE Free estimates, low rates. FOR RENT anytime 12/243tnd. 1/7
Call John at 468-1971.12/17 2tpd 12/24
BRASS BED size, complete, orthopedic
Buy Gold assistance in vatuotlng and responding .
and from -
mattress set (n.w.nev.r -
In County Times Building
Old, Used, Abused work submitted
to daily reports by
used), still In plastic. Cost at 150 West Main. Call 4962261. for
Household Items our agent throughout the state. No 1000. Sell for $350 cash. Stored In HOMES FOR RENT information, tfn FULLTIME DAY CARE WORKER NEEDED
W.Will Come to Your House experience necessary. Paid to complete Jacksonville 1-624-2639. 4tchg able to work with Infants through
IN TOWN I furnished
To Make You an Off.r training. Work at home. For information 12/17-1/7 1BR COTTAGE with lake privileges, Nicely school age. Experience helpful, must
all electric central heat and
Furniture Must B. send .self-addressed SOFA good condition, like new H&AC, screened porch furnished or unfurnished be 21 or older. Apply between 8 a.m.
road and
very ,
In Excellent Condition tamped envelope, 9'/i Inches long, to: $83. 473.3920.2tchg 12/17-12/24 $240/mo. One block from air private paved Near schools laundry, and 4 p.m. 4732132. ttchg 12/23
VCR's Starting Out at$125 AWGA. Dept E, Box 49204, Atlanta PIANO FOR SALE responsible party toassume library. 473-7417. tfnchg state park playground.facilities PINES SR-121, east hosp.lakeButler. KEYSTONE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
STARKE PAWN SHOP Ga. 30359:Itpd 12/24 small payments. See locally. FOR RENT 2BR 2BA, home In town. Call 4962366. Two childrenmax. Is seeking someone to fill the positionof
1755 N. Temple St. 964-5440 HIRING I Gov.rnm.nllob. In your area Call credit manager at 203-471-8927 Fenced yard. $400 month. 473-2702. .. and 5/21 "director of music". Applications can
NEW CREDIT CARD No on.refused! Major 1500068000. Call 6028388885. 12231230MOTORCYCLES Stchg 12/3-12/31 I no pets chg/tfn b* mad by calling 473-3829. Itchg
anytime 2tpd BUSINESS OR OFFICE SPACE available
Credit Cords & more. Get card Ext. 3493. 12/24 6tpd 1/28 12/23
THREE BEDROOM 2 bath lake
Crystal Main Street In Lake Butler next door to
today I Call 1-518-459-3734 Ext. C-3377 home sites, $375/mo. TWO BR, 2 bath Aventureland Video Call 496-0077.
24 hrs. 12/24 3lpd 1/7 I
Hall Lake, $350/mo. TWO BR, 2 both, tin-8/6
l FIREWOOD) $55 for long wheelbase 17554040. North Florida Real hlot.ColI.g. .
.. 7/30tfn 1912 YAMAHA like new, 400 ml., 250 cc Hutchenson Lak., 1375/month. Call 12' x 6*' THREE BEDROOM MOBILE HOMI Commercial '
; truck load with free fat lighter.
964-4238. 10/29 TFCOMMERCIAL AVON REPRESENTATIVE needed full- $800. 473-4378. Itpd 12/23 Trevor Waters Century 21, 473-4903. Ideal for small family large yard. $175
l time or part.time. Unlimited oppor 12/3 4tchg 122"WANTED per month 4962842. tfn/chg. 10/8 Buildingin
tunities. For more Information call LOST
PROPERTY Ramona 7823068. 12/3 4tchg 12/24 TO RENT bedroom, I bath house with stove and Starke

RENTLEASESALEFOR .... .**. LOST labrador, black female wearing 19 INCH COLOR TV until about April last refrigerator months $200 rent per In month.advance.Island Call
.f blue collar. Lost since 11/17/87 inKeystone 1725 ft.
15th. If Interested call 473-4843 In 496-2995 or 4962071. 12/10 4tpd. 12/31 sq
Reward. Christine, _
area. evening. Winter visitor In Keystone 36000.00
LEASE: 1,000 sq. ft., 301 South nextto BOWLING 473."61. Itpd 12/23 Itpd I 12/23
United Realty 964-8848, 964.8447, i INSURANCEMAINES 9648629after
or eves, 4733627. 4/16 tfnchg LEAGUES
3500 SQ. FT. ON 2 FLOORS: 137 S 139 E. INSURANCE AGENCY: 25 E,
Call St. Available Dec. l 13 for lease with NOW FORMINGBegins LIVE-IN/ / BOTTLED I Main Street Lake Butler, 4963978.Complete 6:30 pm
Insurance s.rvlc.10 tfn
option. Call 1-356-6849 or writ. Clyde HOUSEKEEPERWantedCompetent __
W. Simpson, 1419 Barnett Bank Bldg., WATER
Week of Jan. 1 II
Fla. 32202. 12/3 TF
PACKAGE Jax. DEALT ((3.36 Acres) Short Season ton to live in and lake care per-of 3 C PER LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTS ,
throe/three on 3.528 acres, three/two
on .83 acre both In Commercial Nod.; For People Who Like nice home In Starke area. GALLONAt '
plus one acre Commercial I George A. To Have FUN! I Duties Include housekeeping Your Tap Now taking applications for bedroom units. These all- i'

Fogarty Realty, REALTOR 1428 16th ..*.....**.#,1 #*## t- and care of 12 year old. son. electric units are spacious with lots of closet space and all have

Street, Beach Fla. 32960 Please/ send Inquiries to: P.O. Free DemonstrationNo wall-to-wall carpeting draperies and kitchen appliance On-
I (3055670700.) fcan 87-492 Obligation available for
Rental qualified
facilities. assistance
OFFICE FOR RENT: Utilities furnished. Sox J, Hampton Fla 32044. .. site laundry
Durrance Pump. 964.7061. 12/24 2tchg REPO applicants.
Bo6 Shaw 475-2740
12/31 For application and Information

I I Please see us ofloossw6thstr..t @
I Due to New Years Day next week,
t there will be an early deadline for FOR SALE Lake Butler FL 32054'e
classified ads again next week Adver- Or Call 496-3141 'raenwxtr
-tiling deadline will be Monday Dec. 21 11984 Brigadier o.- Fill Dirt Top Soil

for the Dec. 31 edition which will be SlngleWido __ .:! 11.' ... \,
printed on Tuesday and delivered on
Wednesday. W* appreciate your Large or Small Loads of Limerock NOW LEASING
cooperation. .- 85 Fleetwood
Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer

Doublewide Forest Park Apartments
964.61829645823 964-6095
HOMES An apartment complex designed for moderate :
._. .- Income families. No rental assistance available.. .

Train MUST GO Elixson Wood Products: Inc. Attractive 1&2 BR/1 B Apts., range, refrigerator!

tORqa_ carpet, cent heat & air, patio and laundry Free

THIS MONTH Cypress Mulch and Pine Bark water minimum., sewer & garbage. Rent $185. $220 '

.All Bid Considered* \ For inforrnaion/apPllcation:

AIRLINE. Financing AvailableFor You Pick-up or We Deliver t: Forest Park Apartments 775 NE 1st Street

Qualified ApplicantsCall We Also Have ((904)) 496-3439 E.H.O.

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1 study and resident training. 964-7050

Financial aid available. Job 964-6649 J F R .K. Self
I placement assistance. National Ext. 233For _. __ e a. _. _m ._.__ Storage
I headquarter. Lighthouse Point, Fl)
7 mi. South of Starke US 301
1-000-432-3004 .: Appointment To See David Lawson Paint & Body Shop I .,.,.,..i<<,"" ;,..

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PINE FOREST APARTMENTS -- 1OX12 P.O. Box) 1209 Stark

Eighty 1, 2, 3 Bedroom Apartments* 12x12 Well lighted 24 Hr. Access

Starting at $160 per month .

Kitchen Cable Ready. ChristmasSpecials:
11530,Madison St.. rfOfr : Mon.-Fri '-5 p.m.\ Durrance Pump & Supply

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I AL YOUNG Face Shields $2.50 Cylinder Boring .$20.


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i The Bradford-Union Board of Realtors Installs Officers for 1988... I

The new officers for the Bradford-Union Board of Laverne Outlaw (Outgoing President), new President
Realtors are shown flanked by their Board of Directors David Dodge, Treasurer Suzanne Kitchens V-Pres.
after receiving the oath of office Friday. Bill Dodd, Secretary Patty Kay Elder, The Installing
December 18,at an Installation banquet held at the Of Officer Don Locklar(partially hidden),Directors Harriett I
ficers Club at Camp Blanding. Malnes and Cecelia Terwillegar.
Shown (l-r) are: Directors Irene Faulkner and

I Bradford Realtors Elect New Officersby I

Joe Gissy year,District 1,in 1985,and Is a past tax, he continued. They thought it
I BCT Staff Writer president of the Jacksonville Boardof would not be, but it is passed on to
David L. Dodge was installed as Realtors.In the consumer by realtors as well as
president of the BradfordUnionBoard addressing the group,Locklear all other professionals rendering
of Realtors at an Installation stated, "The real reason for the services to consumers.
,. -)' i Banquet at the Officers Club at repeal of the services tax is the constant "My first goal," said new President
Camp Blanding, Friday, Dec. 18.
pressure of 75,000 members of David Dodge, "is to obtain a 50
William O. Dodd is vice-president, this organization." He urges percent growth in the board."
Suzanne Kitchens is secretary, and realtors to "get involved in next Dodge has been in Starke for six
is year's campaigns. An elected official years. Growth in this area is evi-
Elder treasurer.
Patty Kay
Richard Welty will again serve as you have helped get elected dent, he says. "In that time there
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will has been
board attorney. never forget you. new commercial
buildings. Winn-Dixie, and three
"It was a hectic, but interestingyear apartment ,
Directors for the year 1988 are ," said outgoing President others." among
-, \\ outgoing President Laverne Outlaw, Laverne Outlaw "It(The 5%tax on Also needed is educational
,!,J',. Cecelia Terwillegar, Harriett services)was a terrible tax to put on within the an board, he stated.program
zj. Mames, and Associate Director the people of Florida," he added. "Lee Hardenbrook., going to be
,11 /" f Irene Faulkner.The "On one home being put on the
'I get this program
officers were installed by Don market,there are 10 taxes.I counted "
i ( II going. Then Dodge said he wants tq
I ,' Locklear District 1 vicepresidentfor them up.
\ combing some smaller boards into a
tbQl/ll/ t, 1987. Locklear realtor of the
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Clyde B. Terwillegar, Byron

Terwillegar & Staff a -- -----
Bradford-Union Board of Realtors Gavel Passes..
I Extend Their Heartfelt Thanks Incopming President David Dodge receives 'the.. fleers are Installed for the Bradford-Onion Board of
gavel. from Past President Laverne Outlaw,Agnew ofRealtors., .: :

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Business Office Sales Office ; I

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John Nolan Carol Still Eddie Starling .

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Diane Moore Herman Johnson Telephones Home

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Pate Cassett Mike Bryan
Ricky Edwards Mike Reid Frank IP* From '
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