Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
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December 20, 1990
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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.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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The Bradford County Telegraph la
offering a one year subscription free .
to persons who donate a minimum of
$17 in food to the Ecumenical
Ministry Food Pantry. The Food Retires
Pantry telephone number in
964-3984; The Telegraph telephone
number is 964-6305.
Lend a hand to those that need Coach Hurse is

help. You will be glad that you did. rwx., ..S ia
1 Chamber Awards... winnincjest
coach Bradford
The Chamber of Commerce is ac- in

cepting nominations for High football history
"Humanitarian of the Year and
Citizen of the Year" awards. you with 193 victoriesIt's
would' like to nominate someone,
please call 964-5278, or come by the the end of an era.
office: on S.Walnut St., not later than Coach David Hurse announced
Jan. 5, 1991.Holiday. Monday night, Dec. 17, to the School
Board that he will retire Dec.31, en-
Closing... ding a 36-year career of coaching
high school football.
Government offices and
'. commercial "When I heard that on the radio on
banks have announced the the way to school this morning, I
following hours during the cried. It just made me so sad,
Christmas holiday: remembering what he has meant to
'(The three commercial banks will I three
so many boys, including my
be open? a.m. to noon, Monday, sons," said Ernestine Register, wife
Dec 24, and closed Tuesday.. They : of Coach Lennard Register, under
will return schedules
to regular
who Coach Hurse started out.
Wednesday, Dec. 26. r {mot f Hurse,60, has been the head foot-
The Bradford County Courthouse \ .S bail coach at Bradford High School
will be closed Monday' and Tuesday, L'r 91 w ,. do od ,w the past 28 years, since 1962. Hurse, f
Dec. 2425." from Lake Butler, kicked extra
Bradford County School offices it a points barefooted for the Universityof ,t
wilt be closed four day next week, Florida in 1951-52. He missed one. J
Monday-Thursday, Dec. 2427. Head Start. Hurse also ran track at UF.
Christmas Comes Early to ..
Starke City Hall will close only one Young Hurse interned at Bradford
day, Tuesday, Dec. 25. Regular First Sergeant Carl Smith made a great Santa Claus 'as far as these Above: Sgt. Smith hands a toy truck to Freddie Bell, back to camera. High in 1954 under former Coach
working hours will be maintained all Head Start students, 4-5 years old, were concerned as he handed out The children, clockwise from the top of Brown's head, are Christy Coley, J.C. Hobbs. Then Hurse coached at
other days, including. Monday, Dec. presents. Barbie Dolls, Raggedy Ann Dolls, and trucks. Jordan Crews, partially hidden behind Sgt.Smith's head; Kurtiza Brown, Peiutacola Gonzalez for two years.
24. The Marine Corps Reserve from Jacksonville has carried on a Rebecca Hart, In back; Tlera Wells Jermalnc Clark, Dora Frazier, eyes In 1957 Coach Hurse returned to
Christmas toys program for years.This Is the third year the program has closed; Shantika Clark Marcus Jenkins Rasheka McCllenton,Alphonso Bradford High to coach the offense
Class of 1976... been done in conjunction with Clay Cable Vision, said Bob Riegel, director Smith Jesse Smith.Teachers: Shirley- Marshall in rear at top,and Robin under Coach Register.

BHS graduates interested in plan of sales/marketing. Gay, at right top. From 1959-61 the Tornado footballers -

ning a reunion for UM; BUS class of under Coach Register with
1976 please meet at'the Bradford Coach Nurse calmly calling plays
Family Restaurant 5 p.m., Wednesday from the sideline, established a
Dec. 26. 30-game winning streak That
'. .. -. Call Glenda Epps, ph. 964-4645 for iditjju2Y." : ess"" boosted Coach Register to a bigger
". "a.. "etl." ... :. .. _.:. G'' : .. school, Pensacola Tate, and Coach
.. '. L' *.- ,"."'.,*-.:. Y ; ., r r n.aMSn.rar+ls 5xvnA, Nurse took over-as head coach of
Christmas Party. Jo. t a represent"109,000 and a state senator Bradford High in the fall of 1962.

Santa Claus is coming to the 4th By Cissy will represent 326,000 constituents.If .

annual Christmas party at the Brad- ICY Staff Wr".rRedistricting of Florida's Senate N. Florida could pick up one additional this holds true, north Florida '

day ford, Dec.County 20,Public from 10 Library,12 Thurs noon. and House of Representative seats is Representative bringing our total to 5. .' tative should; pick the up four one present new represen-north
about a' two year process, says
Children of all are invited.
ages Florida districts will become five
Bring and Chance Irvine, R, Orange. ; Park,
cameras enjoy
refreshments; stories and songs, representative of District 21 which Legislative leaders have, since the count is due by the end of December, districts each. with a representative from.
of Brad-
sponsored by the Library staff. includes the eastern part November elections, appointed a this year.
ford County. Committee with U the legislature fails to reach an Since Bradford county is just ap-
Friday Friends... Jim Allred, administrative assistant Reapportionment both Irvine and Crady as members. agreement within 60 days after it proaching 25,000 in population, and t ,
to Representative George committee consists of 25 convenes in 1992, the state Supreme several surrounding counties are
Friday Friends will meet in Crady, D, Yulee, district 13, including The and 12 Republicans. Court will make the apportionment.The even smaller, it will be in a multi-
Fellowhsip Hall, United Methodist most of Bradford county, Democrats only Florida Constitution limits the county district for both the senate
Church, Starke, Friday, Dec. 21, at agrees,saying it will) be the 1992 session The problem for the Republican number in the state house to 120 and house at the state level.
12 noon. of the Florida legislature which minority committmen will be to see representatives and 40 senators. With preliminary work getting -
Bring a friend and a covered dish. begins in February that year, that that district lines are not ger- From preliminary population under way, the committee will be .
Meat furnished. Enjoy the will finalize the reapportioning. It rymandered so that two current figures provided from state busy rearranging district lines to t. .
fellowship and the program under will have to be completed before Ju- Republican representatives do not Irvine says that four additional contain, as near as possible, the cor- .
the direction of Cana ,.Schmidt.Garbage ly, 1992 that candidates can end up in one district, thus representatives will be alloted to rect number of people. Law requiresthe :, ,
qualify forso September primary number be within 10% of the
of them from the
eliminating one
Pick-up... elections. This means that the House, as was done in 1982. Florida. At the national level,a con- final census figures. \ H&U\

The Brooker Town Council has legislature will have to finish its Committee meetings are scheduled gressional representative will be ap- The law also states that districts .", S Sr .
rescheduled garbage pick-up from work by March to allow a minimumof in February, 1991 for preliminary Coned for every 550,000 popula- must be compact,they must protect I :; 6.'t

'. Tuesday to Wednesday, Dec. 26 and 60 days for court review and an studies. Final population figures tion.With minority voter rights and district A Good Group,
Jan. 2 only. The'regular Tuesday additional 60 days for the legislature from the U.S. Census Bureau will J not a population projection of lines cannot meander unduly, takingin
schedule will return Jan. 8. to make revisions, if needed to com- be released until December 1991, just over 13 million for the State of certain blocks of voters and excluding High Goals Set...
ply with court findings. although release of a preliminary Florida, a state representative will others (gerrymandering) to Th. 11-1 Tornado football $.am of
LB Singles... the benefit of either party. 1990 was a good group of athl.t.i who

Partners in Music will) be playing .et high goal, Coach David Hun. t.lli

_for your listening and dancing th. School Board.
pleasure, Saturday, Dec. 22, from 8 Local Gas Prices Down SomewhatBy Coach Hurt announced his Dec. 31
to 12 p.m. in the Lake Butler Com- rollromont Monday nigh, but wa Immediately
munity Center, NW 3rd Ave. drawn Into a discussion of
Members, $4, guests, $5. All singles tax increase this relates to a t. tion owners who finally pump the ly Is back to around $30 per barrel) the II.' football team.
age 25 and over are welcome. in the base price. Presently gas to the consumer that are rakingin after falling to well below $25 last
Joe Cissy cent drop week. This reduction BHS record of '.1, "-l. and 11.1
has not been
BYOB. in Starke is the excess profits
the lowest price
make the Tornado. the winning..tfootball
BCT Staff Wrlt.r reflected at the
the pumps as yet,
reduction since
At least some of the new 5.1 cents $1.259, a further team In Florida ov.r the past
Year's Kuwaiti invasion local- although the tax increase has masked
New Dance... tax increase took effect. Pre prices three ..
gallon federal tax levied on of the ,oo.
per Mobil near$1 gallon,accordingto some reductions.
Several stations, Pep-O ly were per
The Starke Golf and Country Club gasoline as of December 1 was ab- edi- An additional 4 cents gallon
in the July 19 per
Coastal priced chart printed
will host New Year's Eve dance sorbed stations oil distributorshere. Li'l Champ and ,were a In the 28 years he has been head
a by or At that time tax will be added in Florida January
the of
back down from tion The Telegraph.
19at 1.259, coach at BUS Coach Hume has built
Dec. ,
Monday, Dec. 31, from 8 p.m. to 1 several off brand self-serve stations 1, when the state tax will increase
a.m. Cover charge la $10 per person. Lowest local price for regular post tax increase Times-Union to $1.289. recently were priced at $1.019. One month from 9.7 to 13.7 cents a gallon. This an area wide reputation as a tough
Seating will be limited and reserva- gasoline, 87 octane, self service The Florida the wholesale price of later, August 16, two weeks after the will further delay any real decreasein opponent, a meticulous preparer
tions will be Call the clubhouse in Starke at the reported that putting in many hours getting ready
required. gasoline was the sameas invasion of Kuwait, those same stations gasoline prices at the pump.U the
is approximately football It has taken
ph. 904-5441 for reservations. Mobil stations. December 1, the gasoline to the Kuwait In- were pricing gas at from$1.159to threat of war continues, or worsens, for every game.
in August, prior assistants to with the
special put
and information. price jumped to$1.289 when stations in the Arabian Gulf up
At the the cheapestgas region, prices
vasion. Is it then the oil companies, $1.179. peak, long night and weekend hours.
: added five cents per gallon more of will doubtless climb again to the $40
Santa's Coming... the refiners, who have gouged the prices were over $1.30 per gal. Coach Hurse and his long-time
federal tax. Prices
gasoline jumpedto
barrell! level, and forestall
than here. per
will arrive at the home of driving public with higher sweetheart, Myrna Lou Rahn, mar
Santa $1.289. In the past two weeks gas lowered retail prices of all
? Or is it the middlemen Crude oil prices peaked at $40 per
Mrs. Louise Ward at the corner of prices have gone down at certain necessary prices petroleum products.ed ried Jan. 4, 1985, but the long hoursdidn't
but current-
Pratt and Orange Streets,Saturday, stations. Considering the 5.1 cents the distributers, or the sta- barrel some weeks ago, let up.The 1985 team was 12-1,

Dec. 22, at 5 p.m., and stajmntil 8 losing only in the state champion-

p.m.Santa can't miss. Mrs.- Ward has Trust Fund Set Up for Veterans Memorial ParkFormer ship Then game.when many thought Coach

the most decorated home in Brad- Nurse was getting too old to be head
ford County; and maybe, in North football coach and would hang It up,
Florida. Councilman' Charles Schaefer had discussed the projectin to are supportive of the council's the Tornadoes began rebuilding.BUS .
Schaefer told the city council that an earlier council meeting and In Other Action... raising utility deposits to $200, in an was 3-7 in '86 and 5-5 In 87.
Meeting Cancelled... trustees have been named for a trust received its approval to solicit funds In other action, the Starke Council attempt to reduce the write-offs. The critics came out. Coach Hurse
fund established at the First Union for four monuments, com : Unanimously approved the ap- was too old to relate to younger
The Starke Zoning Office has Bank to receive collections for memorating the four conflicts of the pointment of H.F. Wiggins to the layers. They asked, how could
cancelled meetings of the Zoning monuments in the Veteran's 20th century WWI. WWII, Korean Was told by Ottis McKinney that Starke Board of Adjustment, on Hurtle communicate to modern
Board and Board of Adjustment he received a number of telephonecalls recommendation of Commissioner young men?
regularly scheduled Thursday, Dec. Memorial Park on E. Call St. congratulating:him on his raising Travis Woods. The Tornadoes went 9-1 in 1988
27, for lack of an agenda. The four trustees are Mayor Ed Durban's Monuments has agreedto the issue of writing off bad debts Deferred action at the request of quarterback Reggie
Wall, City Operations Manager Bill provide the four: stones for $1,400. by the city, which consist mostly s of Clerk Linda Wise on paying an ad- Sheffield an offensive line that was
Job Corps... Weldon, C of C Executive Director Conflict) and the Vietnam police ac- unpaid utility bills. ditioinal $1,000 for floor coverings coming around, and a strong
men and women ages 16. Anita Rink and Legionnaire Charles tion. McKinney said the people he talk- and blinds at the Fire Departmnt. defense. The team grew in 1989 but

I 21, thin about Joining the Job Schaefer. Baker tripped up the Tornadoes who
Corps Free job training selfpacedGED had another 9-1 season! but the first
learn a skill and district title since 1985 still eluded

earn money program while you learn. For Chance Irvine to Breakfast with Local Leaders them.
more Information, contact Irene The tough defense graduated a
Pearce Johnson at Job Service of will be con- The public Is invited- to the dutchtreat dozen players. There was a nucleusto
Florida, 1430 S. First St., Lake Ci- By Buster Rahn Rep. Irvine will discuss the upcom- Issues the in legislature the session that beginsthe breakfast. Denny's Restaurant work with in 1990 but the defensewasn't
ty, FL or call ((904) 730433. SCT Staff Wr"Rep. ing legislative session and issues sidering first Tuesday in March, a month is located In the Days Inn Motel to be as good. There was a
will includingworkman' and
that surface this year, veteran backfield offensive line.
Chance Irvine
Rorange'Park courthouse US-301.
north of the on
earlier than former
Upcoming... will meet with civic and compensation, educa- years. But the 1990 eleven was expected to
scheduled in the business leaders for a 7 a.m. tional issues, taxes, etc. In the November balloting, "If you plan to attend the do no more than break even or,
Public meetings
breakfast meeting, please call the if things went well to win
coming weeks are: breakfast at Denny's? Friday, Florida voters approved an amend- perhaps, ,
Chamber of Ph.
4 Anita Rink told the, ment to move the starting date of Commerce ( seven games.
The Starke Board of Adjustment January ,
This isn't a meeting to air com- sessions from April each 964-5278)) In order that accommodations "This group worked real hard.
meet ., Thursday, Dec. 27, Starke Council Tuesday, Dec. 18. legislative "
in City Half Mrs Rink, executive director for plaints, Mrs. Rink said but an op- year, to March of 1991 and to may be made for everyone,
the Chamber of Commerce, said portunity to hear a rundown on February in the years thereafter. Mrs. Rink asked. (See Coach..P.2A)



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2A TKI.K:<;HAIMI l)4'cember 20.imo

Carter ReElectedCommission I'lEl: Stanton-II, to Save

City $9,314/Month

Chairman By BuiUr Rahn Association (FMPA) of which
aCT Staff Wr"., Starke in a member. Starke's
When Stanton II come on line,the membership entitles it to 1.5
Dlst. 3 Commissioner Maxie The board also decided to continueto meeting when he saw the choice of city can nave $9,314 per month in megawatt of electricity and Stan-
Carter Jr. was unanimously elected meet on the first Monday of each the other commissioners. The board purchasing electricty City Operations ton II will provide one additonal
chairman of the Bradford Board for month at 0:30: a.m.But the second or agreed, however, W put items that Manager Bill Weldon told the Megowatt.
the second straight year when the mid-month meeting was changed to required to be advertised in the Starke city council Monday Dec. Starke has no investment in the
commission reorganized for 1991 7:30 p.m. the third Thursday,rather newspaper or important or con facility. Owned by the association,
Monday Dec. 3. than the third Wednesday night.The troversial matters, on the night 18.Stanton I la a generating facility in member cities commit to purchase
Carter will begin his 15th and I is move was made to get away from meeting agenda. i Orange County,owned and operatedby minimum amount at attractive
the senior member of the county the traditional Wednesday night S the Florida Municipalities Power rates.
commission. "Hey, I don't know if church meetings although Commissioner Several persons present for the q -. -
this is a good idea or not,but I'll accept Ross Chandler, who is a public hearing on the proposed I I
," Carter said following the S-0. preacher, said churches meet on special assessments told the board rJDCJCJL.JLJLJL. I
He was nominated by second term various nights and the board will be that working people find it difficultto
Dist. S Commissioner Wilbur unable to make everybody happy. attend day meetings. ( I U I Dr. G. Gray Flynn will be on U
Waters. Commissioner Ross New District 2 Commissioner Arthur
Chandler, Dist. 1,Is in the middle of Gaskins pushed for night Only controversial item in reappointing until
his first term. Commissioner Arthur meetings all the way around, but department heads and attend
Gaskins Dist. 2, and Commissioner seconded Commissioner Waters' other appointive positions came on D to 0
John Anderson, Dist. 4, are first motion for the first Monday day reappointing attorney Bill Bessentas :
year commissioners. meeting and third Thursday night county attorney. I'F' ['I ;:,Ti/O'i':< 111

Muxl Cart.r, Jr.

I Coach Hurse Retires/ page 1A ...Elect.d Chairman of Commission D will, 0

They set their goals high," Coach By the same cycle, there have ponents.Therefore,it was importantto Toll-Free Phases all
Hurse told the School Board, been three real winning skeinsthe get as many blockers ahead of the and
answering a question Monday night 30 game streak from 1959-61, the 30 ball carrier as possible. That Is why For SE County? n 0
about the 11-1 record of the 1990 game streak in 1965-67 when BHS Coach Hurse went to winged-T of- j"I .
team. won its two Class 3A state football fense.
Through his final season as the titles, and the past three years, Anita Rink, executive director of Iig
head Tornado, Coach Hurse main- 1988-90,when BHS has gone 293.For Every summer Hurse attended the Starke-Bradford County .
tained his high standards of the past three seasons the Tornadoesare several football camps at universities Chamber of Commerce, told Starke D 0
preparation. The JV coaches scout the winningest Class 3A team in to learn the newest formations commissionres Tuesday, Dec. 18,
opponents and put a detailed the state. being used at the university level. she will talk to Bradford commissioners '
scouting report up on the bulletin in their Wednesday night,
board, including the characteristics The Changes... Dec. 26, meeting about toll free n n
of the offensive and defensive In 1957 the Tornadoes were runn- telephone service to Gainesville and
players. ing the straight or dead T-formation, More Preparation... areas in the south end of Bradford
Exchanging films with other with three backs and two tight ends. Toward preparation for football County, which is now long distance lII
coaches, the Tornado coaching staff Some times an end would be split out Coach Hurse brought the track dialing.
repeatedly watched the films of opponents wide, but that was unusual. teams at BHS back into prominence Mrs. Rink had mentioned the issue
to establish tendencies and Then came the single wing, the in the 1960s. to commissioners several weeks
wanted be home for the
to find keys, how a certain per- formation used in 1990, but with a With Hurse coaching, the BHS ago, but no action was taken.If to
former lines up, to tip off what play full backfield with the one back mov- track won the state Class SA title in commissioners are interested in
would be run.Ullually ed to the wing position. But those 1961, the first since 1955 when pursuing toll free dialing to holidays Upjohn HealthCare
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Gainesville, Brooker and Waldo, the .i ,
if a team gained yardageon teams didn't run trap plays. J.C.Hobbs coached track team won
the Tornadoes, it wasn't because From the winged-T, football wentto the first state BHS Public Service Commission will poll "
something was unexpected rather the slot back or pro set. The missed the state championship.title by 2V4 points area telephone subscribers, to see rli Services made it possible.
outmannedor if the service Is desired at an addi-
that the Tornadoes were winged-T formation has developedfrom 1962 and Ut 1963.
out of position. That includes the no wideouts,to one wideout,to Coach Hurse points also started the tional cost yet undetermined Ms. ,r"' .'l I Home health cart l II an excellent alternative
38-0 shutout by Live Oak in the state two wideouts either as a slot back or at Brad- Rink said.For the poll to be official, when people cannot fully care for
semi-final play-off game. pro set to spread the offense out. training program more than 50 percent of subscribers I thermelvef, yet do not need to be In a
ford, one of the first area schools to
-Lr home. They enjoy -
For a time the wishbone option offense must return ballots. hospital or mining can
Rich Tradition... the do so. Weight training instill stress: Mrs. Rink said a campaign to \ the comforts of home and family
developed by Universityof
ed at BHS where the of
strength need, often
while receiving the care)they
return ballots be required to get
Texas, was popular. Bradford used may
Bradford High has had only three smaller athletes becomes very Im- in the .t a cost far below that of Institutional
football coaches going back to 1948. the wishbone from 1968-70. But portant. necessary participation pro- care
The combined record is 305 wins, 147 the option is a not a quick scoring of- ject.
losses, and 14 ties. fense and if an option team gets tv i \' Each year,thousands of people receive
Coach Hurse describes a tie as behind it is difficult to catch up. care at home from Upjohn HealthCare '-
Need An Electrician? J.a- 'i1 Services*. Our services help elderly
kind of like kissing your sister. TFN
Recent Teams... people who want to stay home to maintain
Coach J.C. Hobbs, 1943-44 and .. \
their Independence.We also help
1948-54, had a 57-27-3 record. With QB Sheffield,an adept passer .. Call DAN WAINWRIGHT people' who have long-term Illnesiei.
Coach Lennard Register, 1955-61, and runner, a bevy of good running .36 Yrs.Experience 'All Types Electrical Work N i those recovering from surgery and many
has the best winning percentage, 78 backs, and a good blocking offense / Single&3 Phase Reasonably Priced WorkS other We provide nurses, home health
percent with a 55-14-4 record. line Coach Hurse had the Tornadoes ides, homemakers and companions.
Coach Hurse has by far, the able to run or pass. -
longest reign as head football coach. And,the Tornadoes didn't mishandle If you or someone you love needs
Hurse has stuck it out through thick the footballuntil the Live Oak home health care call Upjohn! HealthCare '-
and thin for 33 years. f jr .r"w f"ga ,. 'e / [ Services., We're the nation's leading'
i Coalshsldtlhtlei" ulfed': > 0' vt' lprivate provider of home health care
The lowest point was In t9'7 -83t PIIJII <) botlp CELE1 Ooliriu AolbiiosHrtlivY
I when BHS just ran out of athletes, guards to get as many blockers .lCl:! ::.' .. ) "i..,< IIIW964'A87'7'2"11",1"9.2UI'K)1ffi' >oHto
Coach Hurse says. In 1981 the Tornadoes ahead of the ball carrier as possible. 1+] HEALTHCARE ::1-8008-77531
were (0-10; 1980 3-7; 1982 3-7; This season Hurse developed a Have a holiday brimming with the magic of tnwupM-NWUC.s..e Iw SERVICES Sea: >.r3ee. Florida '
1983 3-7; 1984 7-4 and 1985 12-1. crack back blocking scheme to dou-
In the past 40 years BHS football ble team tackles, a new twist opponents giving! Thanks, friends.
teams have usually won more than hadn't seen.
they've lost. A losing record came in As many fans have noticed, the
the late 40s,the late 60's and the late Tornado team of recent and past Durrance Pump Supply& Well Drilling
80's years have not been as big as op'S.rr -

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a 4 yr. old boy.Danny ONE SOLITARY LIFE

H' He was born, in an obscure village, ,the child of a peasant

e woman. lie grew up in another village, where He workedin
: a carpenter shop until He was thirty. Then for three

". years He was an Itinerant preacher. lie .ever wrote a

book. He never held an office. He never had a family or

Riddick 468-2055 fg fc- owned a home. He didn't go to college. He never visited a

big city. lie never.traveled two hundred miles from the

place where lie was born. He did none of the things that

usually accompany greatness. He had no credentials but

., T Himself. O'*S He was only thirty-three when the tide
r4ir; of public opinion turned against Him. His friends ran

n away. One of them denied Him. He was turned over to
Wishing a good measure of
you His enemies and went through the mockery of a trial. He
happiness and a large dose of cheerto erY
was nailed to a cross between two thieves.
last throughout the entire year I
While He was dylng..IIIs executioners gambled for His
Christmas and thanks to i
Merry many M 'garments, the only property, He had on earth. When lie
all valued customers.Mitchell's .
our He laid in borrowed
was dead was a grave through the

pity of a friend. Nineteen centuries have come and gone,

Drugs 1i and today lie Is the central figure of ,the human race.

All the armies that ever marched, all the navies that ever

sailed, all the parliaments tha? ever sat, all the kings that

ever reigned, put together, have not affected the life of

t man on this earth as much as that............
I Bobby & Carolyn Autry




Ift.p Our most sincere wish is for you- After Hours

A Christmas of great joy and peace. Anne Terwlllegar Brown ............................473-7541

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Chiles to Retain Bugger as. DOC Secretary for NowBy

Union Correctional) Institution at
Buctor Rohn '-n prior to transferring to Florida Raiford,prior to his appointment as
aCT Staff Writer State Prison as assistant superinten chief of Operations of Major Institutions
Bradford Native Richard Dugger, dent. When the superinfendent'liposition state-wide. Lawrence Dugfier
who ban nerved as Secretary 01 the at FSP became vacant retired in 1975 with 38 years service
Department of Correction for the' Dugger wa chosen for the top position in the Florida Correctional System.
pant four years under Gov. Bob ,a post he held until appointed to Secretary Dugger has two siblings
Matrlnez, will continue in the same. the Secretary's position' by Gov. with administruve positions in cocr-
post for the next several month. Martinet. rections.His .
Chiles Richard Dugger is a second ,witha
while Governor-Elect Lawton brother,Leonard Dugger
mounts a nation-wide search for a generation administrator in corrections master's degree in criminal
I tit %I Iy successor. having grown up on the justice,is superintendent of Tomoka
iia Secretary Dugger in a candidate to grounds of Union Correctional In- Correctional) Institution near
It, c it succeed himself In office and,U I stitutulon, where his father Daytona Beach. His sister, Peggy
0 S % ti r4tiK under active consideration for per- Lawrence E.. Dugger, was an assistant Dugger Richardson,works out of the
manent appointment to the position. superintendent for several Regional Office in Gainesville, in-
Heads of State Agencies reportingto years, later to serve as superintendent specting correctional health
Correctional Institu-
the accept appointments'with of Sumter various institutionsin
governor facilities in the
tion at Buahnell, the Reception
the understanding that they Region .
Medical.Center at Lake Butler an
serve at the pleasure of the gover-
nor, and routinely submit resignations -
to incoming administrations.If V '''1JIJ' 1IA.II1I1IJI.1JU: : ,
a the incoming governor is from a dif- ;

!t fl ferent agency political head expects party,to an be incumbent replaced. UpJoIm! BdII.m'lfhC e &. yW

1 Dugger began his career as a correctional 9'1'1C7ttl
5 .t, officer at Florida State /
--- --- Prison 25 years ago, and moved up to QtttndLojira

I CD Players Donated by 3 Businesses... the thering promotional his education ladder in while criminal fur- tPilt't Aou&i

The Bradford Middle School will be recipient of a teacher who accepted the donation from Paula justice: Getting an associate degree
compact disc player donated by three Starke Register of the Jr. Food Mart: Evelyn Womack of from Lake City Community College 1Jiu.', 2 1ClmtI't 20
I businesses. From,left. Virginia Walkup, BMS math Stump's Department Store,and School Board Member Dugger transferred to the Centrai, fl .. .
Evelyn Chastain, owner of Chastaln't Jewelry. Office in Tallahassee to earn a .m.4
bachelor's degree at Florida State

I Brooker Mayor to Run as Write-In CandidateBy years University.with the Dugger Florida Parole worked Commission two- tUNoAn] cHIo.1th: : o.'tl I'tC7tClIo.
to broaden his experience in
working with inmates, before retur- 225 SoutA Otangi Bustr Rohn Several weeks Brooker voters ning to corrections.With .
ago fo'ttda:
could be handled by the chairman of education and < J
retained the ition in experience
KT Staff Writer city
Brooker Mayor Ted Blgham told .government, despite its costing the Qualifying council eliminating dates for the the mayor'lIposition salary. dedication,Dugger was promoted to
the city council Tuesday, Dec. 11, $1,200 per year for a )largely; and council seats held by assistant superintendent and servedat
that he plans to run In the upcoming ceremonial office. The city council Cross City Correctional Institu-
Sue Davis Pierce and Jim
election.a write-in candidate, but had asked voters to decide the Issue Bryant are George set for Dec. 24-28, with _'.__11111111-1111___H__ Ilelli_ll_ll-tl_lt_llerllIIe1II_I1d11_11o1l_s.
he will not qualify for the office. of keeping or eliminating the the election following the second
Bigham did not explain why he mayor's position,saying the responsibilities Tuesday in February 1991. g
plans to run without qualifying.Obituaries of the mayor's positionHe i

i i Stare gOlf & Country CCub Bi i I

was born and raised in EARLYDEADLINE i 964-5441 i
Mrs. Wilma K. DentonMrs. Baltimore, Md., and attended St.

Wilma'Kinkade Denton, 85, Mary Hampton County six schools.years ago He, where moved he to i To The Public I
of Keystone Heights, died Wednes- has resided since. He was a Protes- All Copy and Open
day, Dec.:l9 at her residence follow- tant. i i
ing an extended illness. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. AdvertisementsDue ;
Born in Muskingum County,Ohio, Kathryn Baer Hewitt of Hampton. In the office by i Iknfoy a Round of Golf During the HolidaysBookolGuupons i
on Nov. 29, 1905, Mrs.Denton movedto Graveside funeral services will)) be
Keystone eight years ago from held today (Thursday) at 2 p.m. in this Friday, Dec. 28 1
Boynton Beach, F). She was a Loudon Park Cemetery in i
ir :;, ,\ *;:'.:,''@:f',
homemaker and member of Spr- with Jim Laney ,
a Baltimore Md. Rev. "h' 't"11(1' {'<
inghill United Methodist Church, a officiating. Archie Tanner Funeral ; ft;i'"W' 'tG' rea C', rlS :;. ea' .\,,.,- .jt. i
member of the-Order of Eastern Home Is in charge of arrangements. 'Ii' ,,,,"' 'i\' h"&w', \ >".'-",,"'" ""'".*' .
"- '' r% -1" "
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Star 279 in Keystone, and a memberof {''<< J"0..' -
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White Shrine in Zanesville, Ohio. *< :'W' ': \1rl It'i's.
\ 't" :
Survivors include her husband, < \,,,,"\ ), ',, "
Simon Oather Denton;; two TO THE VOTERS OF LAWTEY: '* :\.4;:)<;''>? ,,' .. ;ti..t i
daughters, Billie Denton and Erma :s.'t.\'I'k "\, '(\'*4 ,(Ii$j. ; : j...'1 ,\ 0fi.1ht:3t'; : (
.r 47)V ) ", '! =
'Dot' Crocker,both of Keystone; one 0t V.f :t
Keystone son, Donald; one Denton Howard also of I want to personally thank all the citizens of I j- J1 1 ,\ 'irtpI''f''l ,"tim" es :-- Q t: S {0 > ;..- I

Kinkade of Zanesville, Ohio; two Lawtey who took time to vote for me. I know fr.arui #
sisters, Jess Brown of Belfontaine, I __Ii. r>v.rr.rtVrl.rrsrrsrrorrrrtto.rrrorrrrrrrrsruwrurrrrr.rrrrr.
Ohio and Francis' Passwaters of that all of uan work together for Lawtey.
Harasu, Calif; five grandchildrenand .........

11 greatgrandchildren.Funeral services will be .held Friday : ,/ George Shuford

United Arm Met JljtUl dist aJB..Cwuxb.Jn aJ| ., '.ii. .,...t,2'. .' !max:P?" J Lawtey-City CO"nCl .
iLi { : : .r. 9 City. otStarke
I oJt.Io'I: a J. v.; ,
with Rev.Donald
Springs ,, I' :
t/ i?t is : )1 .
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officiatmgrbitennenkwill be In Spnr 1 il tII J'. \ j ariA-jiriu eii rnp '. ; ':
inghill United Methodist Church
Cemetery under the direction of PUBLIC NOTICEThe
Jones Funeral Home of Starke Town of Brooker Florida will hold an election on
There will be an Order of Eastern 12 1991 for the offices and Pursuant to the Florida AdministrativeCode
Star Service at 7 p.m. on Thursday, February following : Mayor
Dec. 20 at the Jones Funeral Homein Council Seats No. 3, 4, S. All offices are for two year terms.
Keystone Heights with the family Candidates may qualify to run for the above offices 17-708.500, the City of Starke is
friends and relatives
receiving -
during normal business hours : Monday Friday and
Saturday 9:00: a.m. to 12:00 noon beginning December 24, required to disclose to the public the full

Joseph Hewitt 1990, ending December 29, 1990. All qualifying papers
Joseph Kermit Hewitt, 79, of must be received at Town Hall by noon, December 29. cost of solid waste management for the
Hampton died Tuesday morning, 1990;
Charlene Thomas
following Dec. 18 at an the extended Bradford illness Hospital) IVlU"'sI7llOBCfA Town Clerk City for the period October 1 1988

.- y n through September 30, 1989.

a i I" 3 -Sa ", .1', I Ii I Ii I i The full cost is reported for the followingcost

i l a ", ''t. "!1 Ji ; s 1 elements: Solid Waste Collection,

i ?1i! II., i I Solid Waste '/Disposal, and Recycling. Each

I 1I'n' s x Ift.n cost element includes an amount for the

I i I :: I' $ : City's administrative and indirect costs of

s t1PiUU!. operating a solid waste management

I ; sI I system. The "Total" column is the sum of

I i f I GREAT: Sflltllttl I GREIfie J e h1UC I i i the three cost-elements.


Shrimp &-Fries $2.00 1 Shrimp & Flies' $2.00 lI

I Shrimp,fries,hush | Shrimp,fries,hush 1 Costs are reported as an annual average

,, and cocktail sauce. puppies and cocktail sauce. *
puppies D ; cost per user. "Residential" users include
One coupon pv custom Not good with wy One coupon per onto w Not goad wttfiany Q
I other coupon or discount offer*oirtiaiHlinoCupUmD's.Ollareipns. I =Dr'Otflll'discount orl f'a pjrnapamo B
_Ar00D .j/anuary 3, 1991 jII8I./anumv3,1991 | single family dwellings and mobile homes.
site finis fall ee 0 r e0 S

1 Shrimp & Fries $2.00 Shrimp & Fries $2.00 1 I'I "Non-residential" users includemultifamily

Shrimp,fries,hush B Shrimp,fries,hush | dwellings and properties

puppies and cocktail sauce. puppies and cocktail sauce. |
of structures
consisting buildings or
One coupcII1 per customer No!good WIth tnI IJS One COU OII per customer Hal QOOd willi tnI
x Oth coupon a(dIscOUnI....alter II i1lcipitino I -.u'OCID* Mtw coupon DY' 'Oaa or diicounl a'-"otfw January* 1991 industrial
| agAjooo Cumin D1 Offer January 3 ,99 1 designed for commercial or uses.
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cole slaw and 8 hush poppies ,
Serves 4 or more.auwnw .1 ', j-
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Peace On Earth?

"Peace on Earth, Good Will]) toward munism? No. Communism has nothing to

Men." do with it. Are we fighting for freedom \ .

That ancient Biblical phrase has and democracy? Of course not: Kuwait ''..''.

become the of the Christmas and Saudi Arabia are both medieval,
keynote and
feudal monarchies where women cannot Far from today's hectic Yuletide But the l hardest blow of all came in works employment on roads ditches
but is now in danger of becoming at 40 cents an hour for a 30(-hour'
message, and thesocalled
work drive divorce decorating shopping frenzy, the winter of 1894-95 which brought
a car or their
meaningless as the world is poised on Christmases of the last century were Big-Freeze that killed most of week, so there wasn't much Christmas,
the brink of another war-a war that could husbands. much more casual in Starke and other the thriving young orange groves In this cheer in many homes that year.;, .

possibly have been prevented if the U.S. "When I returned from Vietnam, I join- small towns. There was no holiday area. Starke had Just enjoyed a mild Then along came World War II in 1941
and other western countries had not ed the Vietnam Veterans Against War". lighting and even no full-fledged holi Christmas morning with a low of 55 and with the activation of Camp Blanv
provided People who had never been to Vietnam, day. Local merchants, anxious to ac- degrees. Three days later, The ding as a training camp,Starke became
Saddam Hussein with the those who had never been in a military commodate late shoppers, and ring up Telegraph carried the story of a great known all over the U.S. as a teeming
sophisticated materials he needed to uniform called another dollar on their handcrankedcash blizzard hitting the Northeast with Boom Town. The Christmas of 1941,
develop the armaments of modern war me unpatriotic. Protesting registers, remained open at least readings as low as 20 degrees below with 50 to 60 thousand soldiers doing
fare, including nuclear capability.So the actions of your government is until Christmas dinner was served at zero. The blast of arctic air swept down their Christmas shopping in Starke,
not unpatriotic: If the U.S. government noon. upon Florida sending the mercury skidding proved that the depression, at least

now we are in the bizarre position of raised taxes, cut Social Security, and There was no Christmas lighting or to an all time low of 14 degrees. locally, was definitely over. ''

nervously waiting while heads of state eliminated Medicare, thousands of angry street decorations like those of today, Oranges were frozen solid on the trees, The Telegraph headlined that Starke

quibble over the starting date of citizens would rise in protest. Are.these for a very good reason. There was no and the icy cold even split the trunks.that enjoyed its "busiest,dizziest Christmas
There New Year
hostilities, as if war were on par with a people unpatriotic? If our governmentcan electricity until around the turn of the was no Happy season", and clothing store owner Nat
hockey Leaders of both sides century, and the pine sapling, cut from year. Sternberg said his December receiptshad
game. say make serious errors in domestic the woods and used as a Christmas tree, broken all records. Grocery store
they are willing to "talk" (whatever that policy, can't it also make serious errors was lighted with candles and decoratedwith owner Howell Nasworthy said that

means) but are making a big issue out of in foreign policy? paper chains. The late Mrs. Ida Santa Had Hard business during the holiday season had
accepting each others' dates for meeting Matthews, who came here with her increased three or four thousand per-
together. The situation has now become a "Take it from someone who has been in parents in the 1870's said the first Time During cent. Stamp sales at the Starke post office -

case of the "irresistible force (Hussein) a thankless, pointless war. If you really store bought" ornaments ever saw were up two or three hundred per-
want to support our men and women in were the ones that adorned the tree of a Depression yearsThe cent, and general delivery mail in-
meeting an immovable object (Bush), the Persian Gulf new family that had just moved to town creased a thousand percent.The .
bring them home safe
leading a majority of Americans into from "up north". '
and sane. only sobering side to a record-
thinking that war is inevitable.But Money was scarce in those days and breaking Christmas was a report from
believing it is inevitable and wan In the present case, the leaders of both if children got a tin toy or two, an Christmas of 1898 was a happier Mayor Noon Wainwright that the town
to it Iraq and the U.S. say they want peace, as orange, and apple, and a few "sour one, since the Starke "Tiger Cat as was in dire need of additional police
ting see two differentthings' caller
happen are balls" in their the local Home' Guard at
do the leaders of other countries around stocking, they were hap- protection, a low-rent housing project,
Several former Joint Chiefs of the py and well satisfied. that time, had been mustered out from new school facilities, wider streets in

Staff and Secretaries of Defense, know world. And yet our "leaders" would But even in that time of austerity, the the Spanish-American War on the downtown area, and recreational
sacrifice our chances for in December 3, and would be home for
ing from experience the cost of war in peace town managed to have a "Union Sun- facilities.But .
lives and money, have advised the Administration childish quibbling over the dates for get- day School' Christmas tree in 1879. It another Christmas.cause Not for only rejoicing-an that but there election was although Christmas 1940 was the
ting together for "talks". That seems likea was held in Sparkman's Hall Call
to give sanctions against on had been held in the war between answer to a merchant's dream, it had
Iraq time to work, but their message has fantasy straight out of "Alice in Street and was described by Starke'snew Starke and Lake Butler over location of less of the old-time holiday spirit

gone unheeded.A Wonderland". Surely, tens of thousandsof newspaper, "The FloridaTelegraph" the County Seat, and Starke had won because folks were just too busy and too
as "the handsomest thingof tired to take in the usual
Americans lives are a high price to the battle. part
Vietnam veteran in Palatka 11.1kind we have ever seen. festivities. Even the traditional Santaat
recently for face-saving demands by leaders of Another war had been won in 1918, Stump's Store was missing from the
wrote: two opposing nations. But all Christmases were not so with victory over Germany in World scene, causing one disappointed

"Today, I see another generation of "Peace on Earth Good will to men" merry in those early ears. Soon after War I. The fighting had ended with the customer to speculate that "he either
Starke was founded in 1858 the Civil signing of an Armistice on November is home
young people being sent halfway aroundthe working at Camp Blanding or
world Is that a meaningful prayer or just an War broke out in 1861 and many homes 11, 1918, and the soldiers were beginn- sick with the flu".
to fight and die for dubious
a idle Christmas were without a Santa Claus since most ing to return home in time for
cause. Are we going to war to stop com wish? of the daddys were fighting battles far Christmas.The And now, this Christmas of 1990'will 1

away from home.There were few if any Christmas of 1933 was perhaps probably go down in history as the

toys under the tree and food was in the most dismal of all,coming as it did, Christmas of uncertainty. Americans
Chiles to Lottery: Spend Less short supply. Even!: if a turkey or in the depths of the Great Depression are uncertain about the economy and which
I chicken was available for Christmas after the stock market crash of 1928. In- is already in a recession could
dinner, many other items were in short stead of turkey, some families had become worse before it gets better. '
On Ads More Schools also uncertain about threatened
They are -
on supply. Something as simple as salt "Hoover,Chicken" for Christmas
in the Persian Gulf with Presi-
was often unavailable and had to be ob- dinner-the meat of the tortoise war
tained by going to the nearest seashore dent Bush and and President Saddam
which could be caught in the sand hills
Governor-elect Lawton Chiles rich-schemes before the, eyes of TV and boiling water to obtain the salt. and was given the name of President Hussein playing dangerous games of

describes playing the lottery as "gambl- viewers with the promise that they might Herbert Hoover, who was blamed one-upmanship, and thousands of
ing", outgoing Lottery Queen Rebecca The war had been preceded by the ( ) for bringing the American men and women spending
luck on the million-to-one chance of perhaps wrongly on
up Christmas in the Saudi Arabian desert
economic panic of 1857, and in
Paul calls]) it "entertainment". Granted, again Great Depression. Money was so tight
winning the lottery jackpot Many) a 1861 by the Secession Depression, caus- that the local American Legion Post instead of with their families at home.
it be for those who
might entertaining can
needy school child has no doubnost his or ed by southern states seceding from the was forced to cancel its annual Com- When the history of Christmas 1990 is
afford it, but the overwhelming majorityof her lunch money because of this tempting Union at the outbreak of war, so munity Christmas Tree for lack of written, will it be merry and bright, or 1
medium and low income players who advertising. HO Christmas was somewhat dismal in funds. Over 800 unemployed Bradford foreboding-under a cloud of

lose hard-earned money.they could pitgia those years.. County males were seeking public possible war? I
much better ..Pbu, who is a) dItdy' ld 'blate"than' ". .. .I'" '' 'I ." .. .... .. .,.....',r I
probably: '
use would oj {
,side I. .., .. ,.,, ., ,. .
f the*Governor of ]Ifkjnda, she willha'i II, .. .. ", '':
with Chiles. CIL; *t; > says ."s','.., JI. ,r ..1. ,nod
a no trouble getting an even more ; ""i j.Hnf".1'' ". II, 1'1
No longer is the public laboring under lucrative job. There's no doubt that she Christmas in Saudi Arabia Letters' to 'the'Eciit&rVolunteers

the delusion that they are "helping the made a huge profit with her mangementof

schools" when they buy lottery tickets. the lottery but at what cost to people Thanked
Helping the schools has proved to be just Columnist Mary McGory wonders For Service As
the to drive
who could ill afford their losses? Sure, deny women even right an
why there should be so much concern
the old shell) of switching Guardians ad Lltem
game automobile.
nobody made them play-but] then, over offending Saudi Arabians by the
around. The schools get some money nobody makes suckers buy junk bonds observance of traditional American McGory asks: "Does anyone really Dear Editor:
from the lottery, but the Legislature sees either.If customs by our troops during the think that the Saudis, if they found out
to it that general fund money the schools Christmas season. that Hanukkah services were being As 1990 draws to a close, I would like

were getting before is now taken away so Paul goes, as is generally expected, After all, Americans are there to help held or a Mass being said out in the to recognize take this and opportunity thank to publicly
little and lottery: sales slump, the State and the in- open, would call us in, expel us from some members of
there is net gain to the schools. defend their country from possible the community who have proved an Invaluable -
their and then start
schools might still get as much money if vasion by Iraq's Saddam Hussein, and country, shopping service to the children of
around for other to
branded the with the"U" some country
Chiles has
lottery, Chiles carries out his intentions of cutting apparently Americans will do most of Bradford County.
them from the of Saddam
word-Hoax and he is critical ofPaul's declared. rescue jaws
; millions from the spuriously baited their fighting if war is finally Hussein These
? child advocates are membersof
policy of spending millions of Saudi Arabia has a lot of the
advertising program.It's Guardian ad Litem Program.
"If Moslems have such
dollars) m lottery money for television sophisticated weapons to fight with, but hair-trigger should tell They have represented abused and
commercials that carrot of worth a try. only a small of around '40,000 religious sensitivity, we
dangle a get- army them about neglected children, children who have
our religious ,
men, according to reports. It is also sensitivity been the subjects of divorce custody
especially our o
reported that many of their young men disputes, and those involved In criminal
freedom of worship-pillar of our Constitution -
II 'House Arrests' MisleadingA are lolling in leisure on beaches while and our republic."No proceedln s. They are volunteers who
American men and women are stranded have provided endless hours and caring
in the desert sand. One branch of the one else has been asked to attitudes to represent the best interests
recently released report of a study by after their release.
royal family showed "appreciation" sacrifice anything, and nobody has yet of the children. The Guardian ad
the University of Florida indicates that The study recommended that state of America help several months ago, given an entirely) satisfactory answer to Litem's role, in general, is to listen to
the so-called "house arrest" system is legislators and corrections officials when they vandalized several rooms in the question of why the soldiers are the child, to protect the child, and to be
not solving the prison-overcrowding problem should re-examine the a South Florida hotel, where they were there. They know they are not fighting the child's voice in court. They have
and might even be making it trol community con vacationing in high style, to the tune of for democratic values--Saudi Arabia is worked quietly and unselfishly to do
to find out
program why recidivism several thousand dollars. a feudal monarchy; and Kuwait,which just that.
worse. rates are so high among those under writes "Our American George Bush has vowed to liberate, is
The term "house arrest" is a misnomerand "community control" and if too. many soldiers McGory who are waiting: in the sand to an emirate (ruled by an emir: an Arab County The Guardians who have ad represented Litem in Bradford children

is misleading to the public, many of high-risk offenders.are being placed in defend Prince Bandar's country and prince). this year are Anne Brown, Vivian Chap-
whom think it means the inmate who is the program. who want to celebrate one of the central "Nobody wants to'say that petroleum pell, Becky Crawford, Toni Crawford

released early from prison to make room The study' also whether events on the Christian calendar, are is the reason that hundreds of Clarence DeSue, Glory Fellows, Kelly
for another prisoner, is restricted to the required to do so 'discretely', so we thousands of Americans will spend Hagan, Bonnie King, Roxanne
"community service programs actually mustn't upset the Saudis while we're Christmas far from families, far from Ruckdeschel, Wayne and Sandra Whif-
Such not
confines of his her home.
or save taxpayers' money as they have been saving them." She also questions the happy children. fen and new Guardians Nancy Smithand
the case. The person under "house" claimed to do,since re-arrested offenders Saudis' sincerity in all this religious "Nobody at home has been asked to Donna Christopher-Wilson. These

can go about leading a normal l life, place additional burdens on the court concern, pointing out that they hang,. give up anything- so much as a people are very special people whose

holding a job and carrying on other activities system, as well) as prisons The "Com stone and behead lawbreakers! and teaspoon of gas for their cars.The word efforts have not gone unnoticed. Thank

that he would ordinarily do. The munity Control" program was intended 'conservation' is never heard. Senator you.

idea is for the released person to be under exclusively for non-violent offenders Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., is pushing Guardian Meg McGauley
property ad Litem
hard for federal of alternate
the of officers who subsidy
supervision probation
but has been expanded since to Haz-VVaste Site fuels, but people are stul asking i 11 he Program Coordinator
for the effectiveness of
responsible :
are include violent prisoners the UF
researchers should. we would rather (ight than
"community control". This means that say. It is further pointed out that Seems Likely switch on oil." Christmas MessageTo

the person under "house arrest", when the program has failed to achieve its For Polk County The FriendsOf
not doing something he or she is authorized primary objective of Bradford BARC <*,
prison be
So it will a somewhat drab
to do should be at home. The holidays time of celebrationand
overcrowding.If According to a news story in the Christmas for thousands of Americanmen

The study, conducted for the National the program is correct in its finding Mulberry Press, Florida First Processing and women in Saudi Arabia, Association thanks.for We Retarded of the Citizens Bradford havea
Inc. is still pushing to build a $93 without three
even a scene or
Institute of Justice monitored 294
that great deal to be thankful
for and
prison admissions increased million hazardous waste incinerator in wise men following a star. As the we
criminals over a period of five years and dramatically'since the program began Polk County near the towns of Mulberryand seasonal song says... they'll) be home credit it to caring inidvlduals you.

showed that 78 percent of them were then the "community control" conceptneeds Bradley. for Christmas,but only in their dreams. Here In Bradford County we serve approximately -
rearrested while serving their "house arrest" ) 75
to mentally handicapped
rethinking see if a more effective The newspaper commented that
sentences. Sixty-one percent of offenders means of cutting the recidivism rate can "Some groups say the Mulberry region persons In,the with many more needing services -

under "community control"were be developed. At the present rate of incarceration has already been environmentally disabled adults yean to to become come. BARC productive helps
convicted of new violations, while damaged by phosphate and chemical
it is estimated that Florida's citizens but
unfortunately because of
only 55 percent of those who served their inmate industries and the proposed facility drastic
population will reach a- total of would give the area a bad governmental budget cuts and
time in prison were convicted of crimes 60,000 inmates in 1993. with developers and 'reputation. the need to serve more disabled persons
in the community, we are hard-pressed
"Many environmental groups in Cen- to meet their needs. Please help us to
tral Florida oppose this plant and say help them become all they would like. to
c the Mulberry region hag had more than be,
o its rightful share of pollution and industry -
iB%< Qrili 1879 that no one else wants," the At this special time of year, we are
PI1 Press said. "Mulberry schools of late asking all of our interested friends to
have been victims of other forms of remember those who are less fortunateand
ACUVTq pollution, Including ammonia clouds need your support. Any gift you
MIMIC* causing a few students to become ill might give will help change the lives of

O o BOB G.FERGUSON-JOHN M.MILLER and be rushed to area hospitals by am- the handicapped children and adults of
FubUdMrf bulance for treatment." Bradford County.Your help at hits time
,TON of giving will help provide the disabledof
The Florida of En-
our the
Published each Thursday and entered on Second CIcIII Matter county
the Post Omce at Stark.,Florida under Act of March 3..1879. favors the Polk Regulation County site because it assistance they need to become ,
productive citizens. ;
Phone 964-o305 "I'm In a hurry. Here's a cassette of
SLbIcrlptlon Rat.ri Trod.Aron can be in operation a year or more my Sincerely I
RO.Drawer A Stor1 :51600 ar 19.00 the rnonthI '
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"' ,1> Starke Women's Club r
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,J,1t"I :I I"- Hosts Christmas: DinnerThe Events. .

,:>"i,":\, T'.JI.::"., Starke Woman's Club man Mrs. Mona Canova--played- --the S

"ra'" ".'<.,1; members and guests enjoyed piano while Mrs. Vernon Reddish -:
Christmas dinner at the clubhouse presented a Christmas program.A .
ii on Dec. 12.Guests drawing for door prizes concluded _
),, ,: were greeted by Mrs. the affair.Chairman. m
Blanch Otto and invited Into the
library for punch. Mrs. R.P.McLen- for the occasion were
don, Mrs. Orian Wells Mrs. Joe Mrs. Ken Teal and Mrs. Orlan Wells
Stephens and Mrs. Ken Teal assisted by Mrs.Lillie Bridges,Mrs.
presided -
over the punch table. William HOBS,Mrs. R.P.McLendon Christmas Gospel Sing at Bible Baptist 'na
The club auditorium and hall were mrs. H.C. Nasworthy, Mrs. Blanch .
Otto and Mrs. Olin
decorated In the
Christmas theme. Club Music Chair-: The meal was catered by Mrs. There will be a Christmas Gospel presented Dec. 23 at 7:30 p.m. with :
Olets Hardenbrook. Sing Dec. 22 at 7 p.m. at the Bible treats given to all who are present.
Baptist Church, comer of Pratt and The Ladies of the Bible Baptist ,.
Christian Streets. Church are having a Ladles Retreat ..
Local singing groups will be Jan. 19 from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. '
Births. Mrs. Johnbaba Rezaei of Shiraz, featured with a Christmas Dinner at featuring several speaker' !
Iran. 8 p.m. Pastor Grayson McNeill!extends: a
A Christmas program will be cordial invitation to
Stephanie R. Raley
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Raley an- Ashley J. Boswell
nounce the birth of a daughter Barry and Tonja Boowell an- i
Stephanie Renee Raley, on Nov. 29 nounce the birth of a daughter everyone.'I
in Gainesville. Ashley Jesstine Nov. 18 in North
Stephanie joins her brother Florida. Regional Women's Center.
1i Christopher Adams, 4. Ashley weighted 5 Ibs. 8 oz. and was
Maternal Grandparents are 18 1/4 inches in length. ,'
Paulette and Ed Conway and Great- Maternal grandparents Mary
Granmother, Thelma Conway, all of McCloud of Starke and the late
Starke. Jessie McCloud.
Paternal Grandparents are Eileen Paternal grandparents are Lizzie
Raley and the late Doug Raley. Hankerson of Cocoa Fl.and the late
Johnny Bonwell Sr. "

P' Janial D.Rezaei
f", ,, V' Hassan and Timothy R. Wilkerson
I' Mary Anderson
,. .. 'I 't-- .... Rezaei of Starke announce the birtheof Mr.leMrII.TJ.Wilkerson of Lawtey
.-1# ( r, ,. w. r 1 .ii). W. a son, Jamal) Dean, born Nov. 19 announce the birth of a son,Timothy (
fh---: ..- -,I- at Alachua General Hospital in Russell Wilkerson HI,"Dec. 18 In m
+ .,.s. Tn Gainesville. Jamal Weighed 8 Ibs. 13 Gainesville.
oz.and was 20 V4 inches in length. He Maternal granparents are Mr. & may 'tact, Joy and
Mr.&Mrs.Loren Boone joins a brother,Alan William
,8; and Mrs. Paul Kemp of Lawtey. Great- GLAD TIDINGS
two sisters Rose Mary, 3V4, and grandparents are Mr. &: Mrs. Perry Be
Prosperity lours
Roxanne Fatima, l'/4. Kemp also of Lawtey.
Maternal Grandparents are Mr. & Paternal grandparents are Mr. & TO YOU!
Mrs.William Oliver Anderson Jr.of Mrs. Tim Wilkerson of Lawtey. To sum It up In a word."Cheers"l ,
Tyliczka-Boone Wed Nov. 17 Florida. Great-grandmother is Mrs. Ruby With our
Hope is filled with cheer.
Paternal season
Grandparents are Mr. & Wilkerson also of Lawtey. your
best regards.
Debbie Tyliczka daughter of covered with lace and sequins. The 8f"' -
Robert & Janice Tyliczka of Starke dress featured fitted sleeves and ,
and Loren Boone, son of Earl ,& bodice with a full skirt, chapel- Our Electric
Shirley Boone of Starke were unitedin length train with layers of ruffles. Servicemen Hayes
marriage Nov. 17 at Madison She carried a nosegay of white roses &
Street Baptist Church in Starke. and white mini-carnations. ...Navy Seaman Recruit Navy in May 1990 under the delayed
Pastor Henry McKInney officiatedthe The reception followed at the Richard P. Philpot.son of entry program. C. R. Smith Jr. PA Air Conditioning
2 p.m. ceremony. Starke Women's Club, decoratedwith Richard and Nancy D. Philpot of .:
Pianist Julia Ripplinger suppliedthe blue and white streamers and Lake Geneva has completed recruit ...Marine Pfc. Kevin B.
nuptial music to the accompaniment royal blue balloons. training at Recruit Training Com- Bryantson of Arthur C.and Sylvia
of Holist, Elaine Gouwin. A 4-tier cake with crystal posts mand in Orlando.He J. Bryant of Lawtey has been promoted Certified PublicAccountants 964-8744
Serving the groom was best man, and royal blue flowers decorated the is a 1990 graduate of Keystone to his present rank while ser .
Bobby Adams and ushers Bob bride's table. The cake was cut by Heights High School. ving with the 2nd Marine Division,
Boone, Jimbo Croft, Loat Sibivial, Jenny and Chrissy Salmon. Sonny's Camp Lejeune, N.C. He joined the 1m 1r I
Shawn Tyliczka and Steven barbeque catered a buffet lunch and ...Marine Pvt. Eric D. Marine Corps in April 1990. 1t
Reynolds as Ringbearer. music was provided by SunsetEntertainment Ackleyson of Pat A. Ackley of t
Attending the bride was matron of from Jacksonville. Lawtey has completed the School of
honor Brena Croft and bridesmaidsBeth Infantry. He joined the Marine ...Army National Guard
The bride and groom with their
Boone, Susie Pauley and Tara
Casey. The flowergirl was Carl parents greeted their guests on the Corps in April 1990. Private 1st Class Michael J.

Dyal. They all wore royal blue tea- church grounds after the ceremony.The ...Navy Seaman Recruit Quallsson of Sandra L. Price of I
length front and long back satin bride's book was kep by Faith Debary and Raymond L. Quails of
dresses with fitted bodice, heart Salmon. James A. Callahanson of Norma Starke, completed a wheel 1 vehicle
shaped necklines with puffed Following the honeymmon to F.and James A.Callahan,Jr.,of repairer course at Aberdeen Prov-
sleeves. They carried large brandy Orlando the couple will reside in Keystone has completed recruit ing Ground, Md.J
snifters with a floating candle Starke. training at Recruit Training Com- The private is a 1990 graduate of
, .decorated with lace and blue rib- The bride is employed by Dr. mand at Orlando. Bradford High School and has a wife ., .
bons.: ---:---------f'lynnfSterkeendihagroomis.,., He is a 1990 graduate of Keystone Wanda, daughter of George and
Bradford Tank "Heights High School and 7oined-tha' "BrendalCuck Stark-1.-. .sfr< ,.
of "
The'brlti6was'adorned in a satiny employed by Septic "I"-1 """ 'f "" '
off-the-shoulder Alassa gown Services of StarkeHoliday "-. .... ......., N" ..i 'J
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GREETINGSWQ Merry Christmas and thanks to all!

It's been a pleasure to be We look forward to serving you in the coming year.
cherish this tlmo
of service to you. YULETIDECHEER
as wo recall your
valued business with
heartfelt apprecia

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Many thanks for your has made us proud.

0 kind support. Wishing you all the ,
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m Greetings! BAN i Starke, FL 32091

The best part of the season Is Lawtey-Bhell of Bradford. County Member FDIC
friends like
having good youl'Wannest Post

wishes and many
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II" TELEGRAPH December 20, 1990
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Social BriefsCouple e ,. ',. -,
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Celebrates50th 1st Annual Sing .1 f, w- i_ _
AnniversaryThe With Wolves Pow Wow

children and grandchildren of To Come Late Dec.,
Carl and Gladys Francis request
your presence at a 50th Anniversary All are welcome to our First An-
reception given in their honor. nual Sing With Wolves Pow Wow to
Carl and Gladys were married be held Dec. 28 through the 31st at
eptember 27, 1940. The reception 7469 Hall Lake Road in Keystone
kill be held Dec. 23 from 2 till 4 Heights.
Madison Street Baptist Church.All Featured will be afternoon and
evening dancing with Don Nicoulin ....
friends and family are invited. "Mrr-rr y
as the Head Man Dancer, Rhonda j
Stewart as the Head Lady Dancer
Ronald Moses as the Drum Host and(
W.T. Weeks Chapter Jerry Lang as the MC. There will be
Hosted Xmas LunchThe hand-made Native American Crafts
and Workshops to be held Jan. 1
W T. Weeks Chapter United through the 3rd.There will be a craft
Daughters of the Confederacy held auction 4 p.m.on Sunday and a daily
their Christmas Luncheon meetingat raffle for crafts. Traders are
Dexter's Cafe on Dec. 17.The cafe welcome but no food vendors please.
was decorated in a pink motif and x.
You can camp for a $1 per night inwr
featured the State of Florida and donation with electric hook up for -V
Confederate theme. Christmas lights only for $2. Firewood will be v-S.. 1
favors were also given. *
available to be burned in designated r
Mrs. Blanche Otto gave the devotional areas only. Positively No alcohol or t Y.J t
and Christine Lawson read a drugs. All animals must be on IlS. _
poem. The historical program was leashes. I.
given by Peggy Thomas and she
spoke of how the music in the south
was developed. Club
Country Mr.&Mrs.Dale Tenly

children and guests 80 enjoyed members a, Eileen Sharp,' Dale Tsnly '
School News Vtr
delicious food at the Christmas S _
Covered Dish dinner hosted by the Wed in Nov. 10 CeremonyEileen
...Hampton Eleni. Starke Golf and Country Club on -
Dec. 11.Attendees. Sharp of Gainesville,
Dates to Remember: were entertained by the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Aubrey Bat- her son, Jason Sharp, was adornedin
Dec. 19 Jan. 2 Holidays for First Baptist Youth Ensemble "In ton of Green Cove Springs,and Dale a floor length gown of Rochelle
StudentsJan. His Hands" under the direction of Tenly of Starke, son of Mr. It Mrs. lace with a chapel train and bodiceof
2 Teacher Planning Day Herb Stuckey. Their beautiful Sonny Tenly exchanged vows Nov. lace and pearl. She carried an arrangement
Jan. 3 Students return to School Christmas Cantata inspired 10 in the Reynolds Chapel at Camp of carlo roses, enchant
Congratulations to Mrs. Donna everyone with the real meaning of Blanding.! ment lilies, stephanious, Ivy and
Gruen, teacher of"gifted children". Christmas.The Chaplain William T. George officiated mini peach carnations. Her veil was
Mrs. Gruen wrote a grant proposal 1 highlight of the evening was a the 7:30p.m. ceremony. waistlength mesh dressed with
entitled "Technology on Tour' and surprise visit by Santa bringing bags Organist Julia Ripllngertcousin( of pearls and lace. .- j' -_.._ .- >., _. .. .1 .
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was recently notified that the proposal of candy for each child with a promise the groom) supplied the nuptial The reception followed at the Of
has been approved for funding. to return to Starke very soon. music. ficer's Club, decorated with palm
The grant l is funded by the Northeast The couple were wed before a 15 trees and balloons, assorted Beautful Tree.....
Florida Educational Consortium candle arch entwined with greeneryand greenery and fresh cut flowers. The Bradford County Telegraph recently visited the home of
(NEFEC), through the Superinten Classified Ads two spiral candle stands with 2 The bride and groom's first dance Mrs. Eloise Goodman to take pictures of her lovely Christmastree.
dent's Program of Excellence, and baskets of peach&white carnations, featured a solo oy Ronnie Antevy The tree was beautifully done in white doves and bows
is in the amount of$325. singing "Here and Now".
Congratulations lilies, monticasion, gladiolas and
Get Results with some multi-colores balls. The the tree are said to
and appreciation Is expressedto pedistal palms. The reception was buffet style and lights on
Mrs. Gruen for her efforts. Serving the groom was best man, the punch table was attended by play 24 different Christmas tunes.OOFJACE .
Blair Moyer and ushers Rocky Lord, Amanda Griffis, Lane Tenly and
i J.AfdJfl/ ":",. "\' y",.. A I Keith Butler Scott Knight and Mike Betty Denmark cut the cake, and
Denmark. The ring bearer was Dusty Amanda Griffis tended the bride's
Griffis, the groom's nephew. book.
Attending the bride were matronof All floral arrangements and
honor Betty Denmark, the bride's decorations were supplied by
sister and bridesmaids Kim Griffis Wilson's Florist of Starke. Gown sand ON EARTH
Monika Batton, Alicia Risher andJennifer Tux's by Gainesville Tux and
Season'sfreetings Prendergast. They were all Gown. Photography done by Bill
wearing teal colored tea-length Califf of Delmar Studios Merry Christmas from us to you.
gowns shirred at the hipline with Gainesville. Bride's make-up and
straight skirts. They carried bou- hair styling was done by Alicia and We appreciate your friendship and trust. ,
quets of enchantment lilies, mon- Sabrina Risher.
ticasinos and baby's breath. The Following a honeymoon to Jekyll c
( flower girl was Katie Baldree, the Island, Ga.,the couple will return to m
groom's neice. reside Gainesville with an upcomingmove
You make business
doing a The bride given in marriage; bv to Starke.

/fi pleasure all year long! V ,, ,

Thanks for your trust and support. The Staff of

Upjohn HealthCare Services

Starke, Florida .
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We wish you and your entire family a

Christmas blessed with happiness.

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In the spirit of peace and and joy, we offer greetings
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I11 1 CI U4 m to of you.

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Our best wishes are with you.

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...... .- silting:Natalie tlohon Samantha Jenkins Keith Patel ILac1 Paterson Georgia Reddish Mark Reddish
Warren David Zw icker.Lindsey Joynor Daniel Mattox. Brian Rosner Amanda Seyfq.Elizabeth IIaaton ItaJJdiacI
Lindsey Morolock John Mya-e.Michack: Osteen JennifaWatson ROD Whitehead.Jennifer Morgan Robert KNIL Abbie I
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Wildlife.AlertTo rw
I Starke Elementary 3rd grade A Honor Roll 1st 6 weeks I Reward Reports

itting:JordonFoti Farah Martin JamesBau, Ken*standing:EdnaColeman.Amanda Fell.Florence Leading to ArrestsOf
Jenkins Qirutina Ann Knowlei,Frances McKenna,IlanE.Milner.Aaron Environmental
1bmIl''attuIOD.:; Jonie Staring Arianne Tice fecond Woodfin nut khowni EricaM.Driver
,Orb Lamb Philip Hendricks. CriminalsCitizens
Erin Elliott
Ashley Smith Amy gar ard,Stephen Browning Tiff any fed up with environmental -
-- -_._ __ _' w-=" --1 destruction now can receive a
monetary reward for helping the
Game&Fresh Water Fish Commis-
sion apprehend offenders. 0
: "The Litter Law of 1988 made it a
.'. felony to dump more than 500 poundsof
litter or waste or to dump com-
: mercial litter In any quantity. It's a
... ) : powerful law that is already helping Christmas Greetings of
J Florida curb the destruction of en-
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; vironmentally sensitive lands and Peace
.... ,..... Inspector Kyle Hill, coordinator of Love
l'' Wildlife Alert "The
the program.
"' cO Thank for making us a part
; leadership of Wildlife Alert wants to you
: who illegal kind and community.Kim .
reward citizens report of this
f t. .,.. dumping or chemical spills,because
..:....', ). ., these reports are helping the Com- &Jan Johnson &family
wildlife habitat"To
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.I 0'.'- .. law report violations wildlife,contact or environmental the Game- Badcock Home Furnishing Center

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listed the inside
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sitting:IIeathrr Patton Erin Luke.Jessica Baldree. Will Thornton.Hartley Alphonao Standing
Morris Mahooey Amy Greene ,David McNelley. Crystal
Ratlif Barre Morgan.Jmuielh Kinney
Hall.DipU Angela Bay.Kristen Wainwright Macy Stctdieiu." ahownt Brand Jones Jenifer Kountxee ( inv cwp and

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May peace and joy fill your heart and home. ,

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Restea M.D. ; '

Local Girl WinsHomecoming George .

Queen t '

Angela Carter daughter of Mr. '
Tommy Newman It: Ms. Eva Carterof
Starke was crowned Homecoming Barbara, Cindy, Darlene & Sherry
Queen of Southern Baptist
Academy in Jacksonville. & 4
Angela moved to Jacksonville dur- ,
ing her 9th grade year at Bradford r
High to Southern Baptist Academy.
Angela is very involved in her et4
uchool.She was chosen(most school fI 9te
spirited), Captain on her
cheerleading team and is l on the AB
honor roll. We've come a long way since the horse-drawn
carriage but our commitment to family traditionsand
i old-fashioned values remains the same.

Happy holidays and heartfelt thanksto ,
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.. SUWANNEE RIVER WATER Thomas Auto Parts a
CONSTRUCTION Starke 964-5611
Manaam *- \ rrs
The Suwonm* River Water
nl District (SRWMD) announce that
Mrvlce In the dl.elpUof
building construction will be required.The .
new construction will be an addition
ct approximately" 7.000 square feet to
the existing building.Contractor shall ber.yuir.d t
to furnish all
machinery, labor and equipment. Construction -
I.I scheduled to begin on
F.bruary 33. 1991, and I I. to be completed -
within 130 day
Request for Bid package should be .
directed to:
Gwen Lord, Administrative Assistant.
uwonnee River Water Management .
District14301tchgNO1SS (
Rt. :9. Box 64
live Oak Florida 33060 )

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Holidays to be Catch-Up Time for Bradford Tornado Basketballers

J ... 5.MI.d..... U IS U I MIS JV 6
3 after against Union High. game, p.m.
The schedule Jan.
BHS also had "We plan to use the holiday to J.Rn01.- IS t U MSrWfod
Tornado are 1-4 after two Aginst Englewood, home Varsity ,7:30 .
cagers game p.m.s
.. the Chrimas holidays at
catch M AIMI' Id Uwl-
with ( ) I,1.0/1-1.5.5015
tough losses in the St Augustine one bad quarter the fourth. BHS else really, said Coach up everybody floW '..../...17. Cloo,..K.WHIMnw/. """17, Antfr.
Record Basketball Tournament at was only two-for-nine at the free ......... Cummings. IM 10Iimnt M.l" ).0/.... TU. | -
Neabe High School Dec. 13-15. throw line. "When we really needed II M IS II M 1'.1' -
"We were in both games," said them we weren't able to hit our free It.A_IM(01)0) A n4n....i"*'/M"'.,it...w...HlWItoU nndtotf ,.,Mdiwmlll.17, 11.._ |.K...1.|._, JxkiM(Mo I.7l 0-1...,d WM..II i-O-IO S-l-7_, { Hap.P.r Illrtflsdtrxy!! < -
BHS lout ," said Coach dimming S...1/. .. ... _. .. .
Coach Roland Cummings thrown -" ClOTfK. WIllIo HI.- A.* PtaMny 1-t-l.WIII S+IO.WJ th 14 1,Urfen
to StAugustine in the opening game Augustine pressed In the second '_.H*.*-.II.!!. l.m.ll.*$/t M$..4S.St l..y ,../...,Mlthl.l jOTklMI ...-,.T.ri.t..-./l lS Greg Reddish

Dec. 13 and 59-54 to Jacksonville period and BHS didn't handle it very .AusutHii*(M).&.... I.I4VS,WIo.... I.M/4-II. Upcoming... Your
Englewood. Against Augustine, well, said Coach Cummings. Wlllh"'1"17.Alunriw al/ Love, Jto'UDe161e
BUS had one Bad quarter, the se StAugubtine almost doubled the >.dy. l''.>. CWMW. '_'/... CwtM H/"'.. BHS played Baker High at Mac- Ill
TN.1. is-it/u-rs. clenny Tuesday night Dec. 18. IL..J
cond. "That is what killed us, said points Bradford scored in the second .
Coach Roland Cummines. ,,11I'I
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Fresh Grade A

Santa Fe
By 10-14 Lbs. Average

Improving their season record to
3-1, the Tornado ladies basketballteam
eased 63-45 by Santa Fe Highon I ILb.
the Lady Raiders home floor Dec. ti
Point guard Monika Williams,
averaging 24.2 points per game, led
the Bradford five with 24 points.
Center Aurilla Williams, averaging .
225 points per game, scored 18
points. Forward Latara Jackson added
11 points :1 Was : I .
BUS led all the way, 17-11 after one
period, 32-25 at the half and 52-37
after three periods. Food Lion will be closed Christinas Day.

BUS shot 44.8 percent, making 26
baskets of 58 attempts, from the
floor. "..not too bad" said Coach Sliced FREE! Swift Grade A Frozen
Harvey Lofton, who says the girls
need to try to shoot 70 times per
"We are not quick or aggressive
enough when positioning! ourselves HAESS
on defense. We 11 work on this," says
Coach Lofton.
The slow play of the Santa Fe girls
contributed to the BHS performance i
"but the BHS ladies must
dictate the pace we want" Lofton $8 % $139Lb.Smoked
coach said. Over-all KIlid.Aurilla a good effort, the '

Williams had 11 rebounds, bS. .
Latara Jackson 9, Deana Holiday 5
and Regina Padgett 4. MomkaWilliamll
had 6 assists Quantities.

ndfonl High 17 It 20 10 U
s."o"HI.h II U 1> II 41
milord High 0.... '''.2. lira,.
((49)) Holiday
Pad.." ,.0.,. Aurlllo Wllllomi 7.4/7 II T.'.'"
Same .. High ("))0 10/111 >.DorKyI
.0/3-1.I....'....0.112.1.II.CoIII..I.O'.l-tonklin' W
>.311.-... AC&.. ',"2. O'... 1."-.. S Wad.
S.211.2.J.WMhno*n I.0/1-2.Torah II.tI>>...

e \ Upcoming The Lady :Tornadoes will play BAKING' / 1 F
Dec. 27-29 in a Christmas tourna- 15 Lb. Awg? '
ment at Ocala Forest High School. Sliced FREE!'
BHSplaYIi Tavaresat6:30p.m. Dec.
27. If they win, the BHS ladies may WHOLE
get another shot at District favorite PICNICS
North Marion in the finals. COUNTRY'
The regular season schedule
resumes Jan. 4 when the BHS ladies HAMS
play at home against Orange Park.
Game time: 7:30 p.m. .." _- .

Low Income Can $179 U*.
C 1
Apply for Energy Lb. .

Assistance til 1/18

Gregory L. Coler Secretarty of Lb
the Department of Health and [Sweet
Rehabilitative Services, announcedthat O Juicy
low-income citizens can apply

for costs assistance beginning with December home energy 3. Applications 4 .Season's Greetings! TANGERINESSeedless / -

January 18,1991"Application will be. accepted through tLLS -- From All Of Us At Y

forms will be Food Lion.
available at AFDC and food stamp ti
offices throughout the state" states
Coler. "Applications will also be NAVEL EachORANGES
available at some city and county
welfare offices some Councils on SALE !

Aging, community action agencies,
some utility companies,as well as at

other Applications social services, along agencies.with an r (Elf* iRetTiftt pi ;Macagei| Florist Quality

of fuel bill
original or copy a or a
receipt for a bill to show an obliga-
I 1 11
tion to pay for fuel must be returnedto
HRS by January 18, 1991
Payments to eligible households will North Carolina i
begin in February.The .
Low-Income Home Energy 1 : 1 1 SWEET S -
Assistance Program provides one
time assistance on an annual basis POTATOES
to households who meet income and tiworis i

does other not monthly The utility program bills. ( $2. -:

Last year more than 182,000 r / r1TI TN'J
households received assistance with Genuine 1 1Wt _
their home energy costs. Average
amount of assistance was $65. Near- IDAHO tHrite
ly 700 households i in Bradford County 1..

qualified for a paymentast year. (t POTATOES 11 411 /


NoticesZONING ,
-c_.____ 1o La. Dag 4 I
NOTICE MillerMiller
Martin Ruiscll has mod application .T: GENUINE
eupotlon Real Estato to the Bradford Lt
County Board of Adjustment on prop.rty POTATOES -
that Is classified RSF-1 'and described MillerGenuine
below: .. 16 Oz. Draft

Section 13,Township 8 S.. Rang.22 E..
Parcel OS555-C-005OO, Lot 5 Block C of a f sou CREAM
replat of Mt. pleasant. 6 Oz. Lay's 589 CN

This proposed request for a Special 12 /12PK
Exception Is subect| to a public hearing
was held before Bradford County Zoning RUFFLESPOTATO 89
Board on Monday, December 3, 1990, at .
sus.rsaRl _ _
7:00: p.m., In the Council room of Starke
City Hall, 209 N. Thompson Street i SOUR 4i
Starke Florida. ICREAMl
Th. Zoning Board will make a recommendation 2 Liter Pepsi/

Adjustment to the who Bradford will take County final action Boardof 'CHIPS Prices I WecIs19 good PEPSI COLA

on this application at their' regularly Wed. thru

scheduled meeting on Thursday Hon., Dec. 24, 1190.99a ; .
January 3. 1991 at 7:00: p.m., in the
Council Room of Starke City Hall, :2O9 N. 8ge
Thompson St., Starfce, Florida.
Those persons group or agencies
who have Interest In properly adjacent

to or In close proximity to the proposed Mt Dnr/INet/ ML Dm....... ........ X Utor ..MPti.
.Ite, or who have other evidence to present .! 12 12 Ox. Cass
should and be heard at the
limes and place appear descr Ibed. Anyon.who Pepsi Cola A .......d hats.......... ... .... 249

wishes a verbatim transcript of these i
proceedings shall be responsible. for
their own arrangements.
Oarrell O'Neal
Zoning Administrative Official
2lchg 12/20-27 JI FOOD LION
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>>outs Eric Carroll Stephanie Acree JoshuaKuopp McOelkn.Troy Johns.Jonathan Rhoden.Julia McMillan
,QuiMfa Meng. CryaUl Ranuer,Rene Hutu. third ram Tbnja Newman.Nena Contoii Nikki Bak!:,
Hotly Contois.Michelle Stanley.Jennifer Red lecond VickI Hutto.Stephanie dernuu,Hannah Ford.John I
lOIn Jaion L .en.Rachel Smith.Chad Rhoden,David McMillan.Joann Meng.Brian Lott.
.rriarrYYr 1I'1J- _,>J"'-_ o\\7i \'" '. ; .,*: ,,,,",," .. -J I Stone.Itrnr Crawford.Matilda Rchden Brian' T\uarmay:

I Brooker Elementary A Honor roll 1st 6 weeks "O star of wonder; star of night,
Front rom Amanda Futd1.Brian 1Iudm1 Emily Mytra. Back Chad Thonua.Kelly Cook. Jennifer Ltfewn.
.. ...w..ea.xeek -.. .row; Jimmy Berry.. Star with royal beauty bright
..:-:. ...,. Westward leading still proceeding,
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'Y'fo ,' Guide us to thy perfect light.
.....i. : \o.J.: t.,.,., ... \ : .e- .9.' T ...I In the spirit of Christmas giving we offer our sincere
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thanks for the kindness you show us every day.
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Lawtey,. ementary A Honor Roll 1st 6 weeks m

sitting: Kayla Brown,Keisha Mobley,Kevin Thompson,James Baker Matt Bennett Rebecca Naylor
Daina Skinner,Christina Walker,David Wilkerson,Amber Gray April Searcy Brenda Lewis Brian Beck,
Charles Sal'P Second row:;Jessica Hulson-Jeanie Chamberlain,Amanda Crawford Dana Griffis Keri Griffis,
Meghantllioskinson"James Lawrence,Monica Lee,Amber Shuford,Bryan Reyes,Christina Rutledge,Tara
Skinner,Kim Spivey,BJ.Hallan:John Adkins,Kyle Bennett standing: Patricia Cowie Daniel Farris Kristy r I
Fishburn Chris Lanier,Amanda Patrick,Ann Smith,Tiffany Smith, Brooke Gaskins Henry Ross,Kristina
.Shuford,Chris Gowens,Ronnie Young not shownRicky: Beck I_
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Have aChrist "Peace on Earth
and mercy mild,
Cod and sinners reconciled:""
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fIII Clay Electric offices will be closed December
24th, December 25th and January 1,1991.To celafr / ? e 4J7a a @#

report an outage, please call your local district ,

tip All office phone number. What a joy it is for us to celebrate Christmas with so many

I ,.. longtime friends. Thank you for making it possible.
"!iiIr! That'Glitters.

V I -
Bradford County Officials: Ray Norman, Esther Hall,

Cannot of family compare and the to warmth the love of Clay Electric Cooperative/ George Pierce, Jimmy Alvarez, Maxie Carter, Jr., Wilbur Waters,
good friends. Hope your John Anderson, Ross Chandler, Arthur Gaskins
season Is filled with both!
Keystone Heights district office 473-4917

Signs Galore

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Dashing through the snow

964.3333lIlIFI1tEIIIjtJ : ': : In a one-horse open sleigh,

1(1111(1( ( O'er the fields we go

Her 's Hoping Your ; Laughing all the way

Holiday' Plans Run ,

Smoothly Here's wishing all our valued friends and
'Having you for our customerst .
4 .t really gives us a llftl 4 + .: neighbors the best holiday season ever!

Thanksl .

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J Baker Goes 89 75 by Tornadoes

Baker High rolled 89-73 by the Tor- .1
nado five with a good second half
1 performance Tuesday night Dec.
18, in Macclenny.Bradford .
ql was up by two 17-13
after one quarter and up by one,
? 34-33 at the half.But the Tornadoes
1-3 now went cold in the. thirdperiod
mlnsed some easy shots
f then had to foul in attempts to get
possession of the basketball. Baker
,outscored Bradford 23-18 In the third
period 33-23 in the fourth period.
"We played about as well as we
have all year in the first half. Question -
Is, getting that one bad quarter
out of our system" Coach
Cummings said. -- .
Clarence Williams, Andre Lee Another Andrew Buie Bucket...
Reggie Sheffield, and point guarAndrew
Buie all played the best they Andrew Bute get an easy bucket against Baker High. Bale scored a I
have this season, said Coach CUmm- season high 14 points Tuesday night In Macctenny.e __
ings. Buie is settling down at point '
: guard and that should help the team.
BHS had 39 rebounds Clarence
J Williams IS, and Andre Lee had 12.
Bradford will work on improving
.. iu performance over the holidays
says Coach Cummings.
It .rd It HUM-
Souchside .
atOTMgh ,17 ,.It. II.II_.Mar.d.d Hope holiday is builtto
((76)) Andraw fell* + Itonto l M your
Rout .._ .. _
row 1.1./"". c. Wlllhnra '-'II.'' Ald e order!
March_,Amber ,.,.".Immtnt. I-O-J.,_., IJ44IO75.takw .. .
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fitzpttrick.Jay ClmM /1.1. t-t/l-ll AJtacK 1tt.W .
N Ura"ttfelLi and ..hlnlm. 12Wot, l-t/r-ll. T.t.ln
Corey.Ellington._ : StevensonConstruction.

U E4 Be Ye Careful, HATS OFFTo

Chamber Warns Our Customers &Friends
Several reports of persons going
door-to-door telling residents they You make it all worth- Co. Inc.
,0'P.are with the Farmers Home Ad- while! A very merry ,
ministration and soliciting home Christmas to all.
renovation Jobs, Anita Rink executive Starke, Florida
director of the Starke-
Bradford County Chamber of Commerce -
told Starke commissioners Buddy & Lorrie
Tuesday Dec. 18.
"People should be cautious," Mrs.
Rink says and ask for documentation S&WDiscount
I such as licenses or permits
N 1 before agreeing to purchase Auto
anything or have work done.HOME N.301 Parts

ferry Starke, FL F

Christmas 964-4126 m.

Southside .

Front row:
Hobbs.Mike May the love of

McGee McRae.,Joanie Second : home and family be

Jody Elder and : yours to cherish at
Kelly Rankin 1 the miracle oft
O'Neal and Tania ?0 Christmas.

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HEART IS Sisters

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O.$ & AppliancesUS Julia Alvarez

301 S. Starke, FL 964-7701 O

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his name Jesus: for he shall save his people .....d.; __ ;."\:,,:f{.
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from their sins. :-.s.
Mattheiu 1:21At {f{. Ye shall find the babe wrapped in Iff:'J

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this time of great joy for the birth of our Lord, we wish you igli: -Luke 2.:12 f.,!:"i:

and your family a holiday season filled with His blessings. :I:%: Glad tidings to all our faithful friends, $:i!.!; j

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December ZO. 1190 TELEGRAPH Pale 11AI

eyed with a 30.00 foot easement for In* MOHUE HOME tO NOO463A/H. cos such person tails lo d* so, (odg-:

grass, egress and utilities over the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a copy of ment by default may be entered against

I following described: parcel The Northerly REGISTER your written defenses, If any, to the that person, and his parental rights may,
Legal NoticesIN .1 30.00 feet of the Westerly 1040.00 feet FICTITIOUS NAME Complaint on Plaintiffs attorney, whose be permanently terminated.

and the Easterly 30.00 let of the .- Pursuant to Section 86509. Florida name end address I* Mark G. Alexander Dated this 3rd day of December 1990.
1005.00 feet of the Northerly 1230.00 Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Esquire, 2000 Independent Connl.L. Campbell
-- _. feet of said NW 1/4 of SW 1/4. undersigned, R,1 E,. Hupp or Robert E, Square, Jacksonville, Fl 32202 on or Clerk of Allen County

THI CIRCUIT COURT FOR the Summary Final Judgment of Above described parcel also being 32694 Hupp, solo P.O. Box 726 Waldo Florida before February II. 1991 and file the Allen County Deportment ol Public
owner, doing business under
conveyed with a right of Ingress and original with the Clerk of this Court Welfare
COUNTY FLORDIA Foreclosure entered In this dated the firm of
case name R.E:. Circle L. Trailers,
over the following described either before sevlce Plaintiff's 4B20 New Haven .
Circuit Civil No. 90-410-CA( December S, '1990 that I will sell to the egress Rt. 4 Box 1S55A Starke, Florida 32O9I on attorney
parcel Commence at a concrete monument or Immediately thereafter other Wayne, Indiana 46803
BANK etc, highest bidder for cash In the lobby of Intends to register said fictitious name
PlolntlH.: the located at the Northwest corner of wise a default will be entered againstyou 219-425-4100
Bradford County Courthouse IX under the aforesaid
v. Stark the NE1/4 of the NE1/4 of Section 10 statute.Doted for the relief demanded In the Com 12/13 Slchg 12/27 NO. 744
Florida commencing at 11:00 this 3 day of December 1990 In
SEVILLE THOMAS OUTLAW .t ol. a.m., on the Bth day of January 1991 Township 7 South Range 21 East and Bradford County Florida. plaint.
Detendonts, the described Run South 00 degrees, 07 minutes and 19 WITNESS my hand and the seal of this LEGAL NOTICE
following set
property 12/27
NOTICE OF SALE forth In the Summary Final Judgment to second East along the Westerly boundary 12/64tpd No. 729 Court on December 11, 1990.Ray The> City of Lawtey city council Is callIng .

Nolle It given thai wit: thereof 157.72 feet to the Southerly Norman a special meeting for January 7,
lo the Order or Final Judgment, pursuant Submitted by: boundary of the right of way of County Clerk ol Court Bradford County 1991. at 6:30 p.m. before r.gularcouncll
entered Rood 225 (formerly State Rood S-223)) Tosher Allen which will follow at 7:30
in this cauM In the Circuit Court of LAW OFFICE OF ROBERT A. STERN ; "meeting p.m.
ford Brad- 537 thence South 77 degrees, 14 minutes and as Deputy Clerk The purpose of the meeting Is to
County, Florida I will .II|| the N.E. 1st :Street Suit S LEGAL NOTICE
p.rty situated In pro. Gainesville, Fl 32601 19 seconds East along said Southerly 12/13 4tchg /4/91 NO 753 demolish the old city wharf building
Bradford The ol
Florida described County EXHIBIT"A" boundary 405.77 feet to the centerline City lowtey Is now accepting behind Waters Grac. Stlore. The public
as: Sealed bids machines
( ) on to be
of an existing road for the Point of copy I I. Invited.
,, ,
c.1 of land lying In the Description Parcel II the of
SWI/4 ol the purchased by City Lawtey. All
Beginning (said road being 60 feet In 12/133tchgI2/r.No.748
SWV/4 ol Section The North 132.00 feet ol the
26 East
Township 6 South width sealed bids must in city hall ol
Rang 22 East 330.00 f..t of the West 990.00 feet of and lying 30 feet on each side el a
Bradford County Florida the Lawtey on December 28 1990 no later FOR REZONING
and being mor particularly described NW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Section II, centerline described as follows). From than 5:30 p.m. Patrick B.Welch t Associates, Inc. hat
Point of
at follows: Commence at the SW com.r Township 7 South Rang. 21 East Brad. Beginning thus described run 12/13 2tchg 12/20 NO 747 made application to the Bradford County
South 00 degrees, 07 minutes and 19 LEGAL NOTICE
of told Section lord County Florida
26 and run thence North containing 1.00 Zoning S Planning Department for
O'M'10" less seconds East parallel with the Westerly The City of Lawtey Is now accepting
Weit along the boun. acre mar. or reclasslilcatlon oi the property described
thereof We.terly therefrom boundary of said NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 a (Sealed) bids on the new city hall
dory Reserving
a dlitonceof 200 feet more an easement for below from RSF-I to RSF.3: approximately
or !I..*, lo the Northerly boundary ol the Ingress, egress and utilities over the distance of 378.18 feet; thence South 13 LEGAL NOTICE 1/4 mile East of Starke on the building for plumbing hook-up. All sealed .
degrees, 15 minutes and 41 secondsWest bids must b* In the hall ofLowtey
right ol of Slot Northerly 30.00 feet and over the Easter hand side Parcel No. 04479-0-0000.
way Road No. 230: The City of lowtey Is starting a new right
374.65 feet; thence South 20 on December 28 1990 no later run South 89*50' ly 15 feet thereof. Section 34. 6 South 22
East along laid system for the water bill department Township Range than
degrees, 44 minutes and 49 ...cond.Eo.t. 5:30 p.m.
Northerly boundary a distance of 6.28 Above described parcel being conveyed 333.96 feet to the end of said 60 this will take effect In January 1. 1991. East. 12/13 2tchg 12/20 NO 749
feet to point ol beginning with a 30.00 foot easement for Ingress foot road and the of road 20 All water customers on the delinquentlist This proposed change In classificationIs

From point ol beginning thus describedrun egress and utilities over the feet In width and beginning lying 10 feet a on each for water cut-offs will be charged an subject to a public hearing to be hd| North 0*10' East a distance ol following described parcel: The Northerly side of said centerline, thence continue additional six ($6.00)) dollar turn on fee before Bradford County Zoning Board on

300 feet to a point; run thence South 30.00 feet of the Westerly 1040.00 leet South 20 degrees, 44 minutes and 49 If water Is turned off. Tuesday January 7, 1991 at 7:00 p.m. at NOTICEAPPLICATION
89*50' East and parallel to aforesaid Northerly and the Easterly 30.00 feet of the seconds East along said centerline 30.88 Also there will be iifteen ($15.00) the Council Room ol Starke City Hall 209N. FOR REZONING

boundary a distant of 100 f..t to Westerly 1005.00 feet of the Northerly feet; thence South 21 degrees, 12 dollar service charge on all returned Thompson Street Stark., Florida. At Patrick B. Welch Associates, Inc. has
a point: run thence South 0*IO' West a 1238.00 feet of said NW 1/4 of SW 1/4. minutes and 57 seconds East 438.28 feet checks this time all persons, both for and made application to the Bradford County

distance of 300 feet to aforesaid Nor Above described parcel also being to a set Iron rod, thence South 21 12/13 3tchg 12/27N0746 against this proposal shall be heard as Zoning > Planning Department for

therly boundary, run thence North 8950' conveyed with a right of Ingress and degrees, 22 minutes and 11 seconds specified In the Bradford County Zoning reclassification of the property described

West along said Northerly boundary a egress over the following described East 330.29 feet to an Intersection with Codes. The Zoning Board will make a below from RSF-1 to RSF-3: approximately

distance of 100 feet to the point of beginning parcel: Commence at a concrete monument the centerline of a road 30 feet In width IN THE CIRCUIT COURT recommendation to the Bradford County 1/4 mil. East of Starke on the

located at the Northwest corner of and lying 13 feet on each side, of the EIGHTH CIRCUIT IN Commission on this application at their right hand side, Parcel No. 04479.0-0000.
at public sale, to the highest and best the NE1/4 of the NE1/4 of Section 10, following described centerline thence AND FOR BRADFORD prescheduled hearing to be held Section 34. Township 6 South Range 22

bidder for cash at the front door ol the Township 7 South Range 21 East andd South 42 degrees, 52 minutes: and 49 COUNTY FLORIDA Wednesday January 23 1991 at 7:30 East.

Bradford County Courthouse In Stark, run South 00 degrees, 07 minutes and 19 seconds West 274.13 feet to a set Iron CASE NO.: 90.667-CA p.m., Inh.. Commissioners Roam of This proposed change In classificationIs

Florida at 11:00: o.m., on 11 January seconds East along the Westerly boundary rod, thence South 17 degrees, 50 BARNETT BANK OF JACKSONVILLE Bradford County Courthouse '," Stork," subject( to a public hearing to be held

1991. thereof 157.72 feet to the Souther minutes and 25 seconds East 418.91 feet N.A., Florida. At this time the Bradford County before Bradford County Zoning Board on

RAY NORMAN/ ly boundary of the right of way of County to a set Iron rod (lost said Iron rod being Plaintiff Commission will make the final decision Monday January 7, 1991 at 7:00: p.m. at
Clerk ol the Circuit Court Road 225 (formerly State Road S-225)). 1500 feet Northerly ol the Southerly on the proposed application after having the Council Room of Stark.City Hall 209N.

By: Carol Williams thence South 77 degrees, 14 minutes and boundary of the SE 1/4 ol the NE 1/4 of vs.ANTHONY GRIFFIN as the last two public hearings, advertisementand Thompson Street Stark., Florida. At

Deputy Clerk 19 seconds East along said Southerly said Section 10 when measured at right known heir of DAVID K. RAY posting All pesons Interested In this this time all persons, both for and

'12/6 4tchg 12/27 No.740 boundary, 405.77 feet to the centerline angles therelrom); thence South 89 deceased and THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE application are hereby given notice of against this proposal shall be heard as
of an existing road for the Point of degrees, 53 minutes andri 43 seconds HEIRS DEVISEES GRANTEES time and place for the two public hearing specified In the Bradford County Zoning

Beginning (sold road being 60 feet In East parallel with last said Southerly ASSIGNEES. LIENORS CREDITORS required. Codes. The Zoning Board will make a
\ width and lying 30 feet on each side of a TRUSTEES AND OTHER PARTIES Director recommendation to the Bradford County
.. IN THE boundary 686.05 feet to an Iron rod seton
EIGHTH centerline described as follows). From the Easterly boundary of said SE 1/4 claiming by through under or Zoning t Planning Commission on this application at their

AND JUDICIAL FOR BRADFORD CIRCUITIN Point of Beginning thus described run of NE 1/4 and the end ol said centerline against David K. Ray deceased Bradford County prescheduled hearing to be h.ld Thursday .

South 00 degrees, 07 minutes and 19 (last said Iron rod being located 15.00 Defendants. 12/l32tchg 12/28 NO 730 ,January 24, 1991 at 7:30 p.m..ln the
COUNTY FLORIDA second East parallel with the Westerly NOTICE OF ACTION Commissioners Room of Bradford Coun.
feet Northerly of tho Southeast corner of
CASE NO: 90 659-CA boundary ol said NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 a sold SE 1/4 of NE 1/4)). (Natural Person) ty Courthouse. Starke, Florida. At this
JAMES BRADLEY distance of 378.18 feet, thence South 15 Dated this 5th day of December 1990. TO: Unknown spouse, Heirs, Devises, ACDPW FORM NO. 13 time the Bradford County Commissionwill
STROBLE degrees, 15 minutes and seconds .
RAY NORMAN Grants, Assignees Llnors, make the final decision on the proposed
and Husband West 374.65 feet, thence South 20 Clerk of the Court Creditors Trustees, and Other Parties THE ALIEN SUPERIOR Rev. ((1289)IN COURT) application after having two

degrees 44 minutes and 49 seconds Carol Williams claiming fay through under or against public hearings, advertisement and
STROBLE East 333.96 feet to the end of said 60 .
Clerk David K. Ray deceased Address posting All pesons Interested in this application t
foot road and the of rood
beginning 20
a Unknown. ore hereby given notice time
12/132tchg 12/20 NO.742
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO feet In width and lying 10 feet on each YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has CASE 02D07/8802/JC/19 and place for the two public hearing re
: LORIE S. STROBLE side of said centerline thence continue STATE OF INDIANA
: been filed against you which seeks quired.
C/O Nelson Prvls South 20 degrees, 44 minutes and 49 foreclosure of a mortgage on real property COUNTY OF ALLENSS Director
P.O. Box 82 seconds East along said centerllne, :
located In Bradford County Zoning Planning
Alamo Go 30411.
30.88 feet; thence South 21 degrees, 12 described as follows Bradford County
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for minutes and 57 seconds East 438: .28 feet EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN THAT CERTAIN PIECE. PARCEL OR TERMINATION. OF THE 12/13 2tchg 12/28 NO 750
'Dissolution of Marriage' has been filed to a set Iron rod, thence South 21 TRACT OF LAND SITUATE LYING AND
against you and you are required to degrees, 22 minutes and II seconds COUNTY. BEING IN THE COUNTY OF BRADFORDAND TIMOTHY ALVERAZ
serve a copy of your written defenses!, If East 330.29 feet to an Intersection with : STATE OF FLORIDA MORE PAR. A/K/A TIMOTHY TIMBERMANA

Petitioner's attorney whose address Is and lying 15 feet on each side, ol the SHELTON D. BAXLEY Part of the Northwest 1/4 of the TIMBERMAN HIS PARENT
1030 following described centerline; thence and Southeast 1/4 of Section 35 Township 5
32091 on or before January 7, 1991 and South 42 degrees, 52 minutes and 49 South Rang. 22 East Bradford County PUBLICATION REGISTER
file the original with the clerk ol this seconds West 274.13 feet to a set Iron CYNTHIA L. BAXLEY Florida more particularly described as (INVOLUNTARY) FICTITIOUS NAME

court either b.for. service on .rod. thence South. 17 degrees, 50 Wife. follows, Commencing at the Southwest Notice Is hereby given to Granvllle Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida

Petitioner's attorney or Immediately\ tnlnytek! and 23 seconds East 418.91 f..t NOTICE OF ACTION corner of sold Section 35 run thence Henry Tlmberman the .above-named Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that the
'thereafter! ot"-"I. a defauffnvllt b v.'to, a set Iron red (Ia.r laId Iron; d be.' "IO: SHELTON D-BAXLEY. Post Office No7T>rB7'aKghees'46 minutes 11 seconds' ., child's "legpl lather, whojwhereabouts madrslBOedtalflh P. Bryan, 100-9aNtlsan!'
entered against"you for the relief Ing 15.00 feet Northerly of the Southerly Box 1. Cedar Falls, North Carolina. East a distance oi 4010.93 feet to a are unknown that the A lr.n County Rood Stark., Florida, sole" owner, doing
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Department of Public Welfare has filed a business under the firm of Best Bet
demanded In the name
petition. boundary of the SE 1/4 of the NE IV4 of point said point being the Southeast
DATED November "Dissolution ol Marriage" has been tiled petition requesting that the parent-child Movers, 925-D North Temple Ave.
29 1990.
on said Section 10 when measured at right corner of the Southwest 1/4 of the
RAY NORMANAS angles therefrom); thence South 89 against you and you are required to Southeast 1/4 oi Section 35, run thence relationship and the parental rights of Stark., Florida Intends to register said
serve a copy of your written defenses, If the to whom this notice Is given aforesaid
person fictitious under the
degrees, 53 minutes and 43 seconds North 01 degree 05 minutes 58 seconds
any to It on DUDLEY P. HARDY ESQ., be permanently terminated pursuant to
Carol Williamsas East parallel with lost said Southerly West and along the East line of the West statute.
Petitioner' attorney whose address Is Indiana Code No. 31-6-3-4 and that said 1990In
this 17th ol
Dated day December
Deputy boundary 686.05 feet to an Iron rod seton 1/2 of the Southeast 1/4 a distance of
Post Office Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida child be made available for possible
12/6 4tchg 12/27 No 731 the Easterly boundary of sold SE 1/4 1324.16 feet to a point for the point of Bradford County.
32091 on or before January 7, 1991, and adoption which said adoption
proceedings 12201tchgNO736STARKE
of NE 1/4 and the end of said centerline from the of
beginning: point beginningthus
file the original with the clerk of this may not be contested by the
(last said Iron rod being located 15.00 described run thence South 89
court either before service on person to whom this notice Is given If
feet Northerly of the Southeast corner of degrees 47 minutes 38 seconds West adistance
Petitioner' or Immediately such to whom this notice Is givenfails
said SE 1/4 ol NE 1/4)). ol 631.82 feet thence run
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN thereafter; otherwise a default will be to act within the time and In the
North ...cond.W..t. .
Description-Parcel 12 01 degree 07 minutes 54
entered for the relief manner hereinafter set forth.
The South 132.00 feet of the North a distance of 330.57 feet to a
demanded in the Notice i Is further given that the attorney OF
CASE NO. 90-273-CA petition. CHURCH GOD
264.00 feet of the East 330.00 feet of the point; thence run North 89 degrees 45
DATED on December 6, 1990. representing the Department of
FLEET FINANCE AND West 990.00 feet of the NW 14 of the SW minutes 09 seconds East a distance of 422 N. St.Clair 94-3445
RAY NORMANAS Public Welfare of Allen County Indiana
MORTGAGE INC., 1/4 of Section II, Township 7 South CLERK OF THE COURT 632.02 feet to a point lying In the East Is Karen S. Walker. Pastor: David Pleasant
Plaintiff Range 21 East Bradford County Florida IIn.of the West 1/2 of the Southeast 1/4
Said whom this 'Is invite to with
v. By:Carol WilliamsAs person to notice Wo you worship u*
containing 1.00 acre, more or less Section 35, thence run South 01 degree
and Deputy Clerk must respond to the petition ol Attended Nursery
therefrom for 58 seconds and
easement 05 minutes East along
Reserving an
12/l34tchg 1/3/91 NO.743 the Allen County Department of Public ____
ESTHER R. PEMBERTON Sindsy School 10 4m
Ingress, and utilities over theEasterly said line a distance of 331.04 feet to the
egress of Welfare by appearing In person or by attorney Fv.omlnWonhlp .____.__, 11 us
Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE IS feet thereof. point beginning. within thirty ((30)) days alter the Evening Service '_____ (pas
Above described TOGETHER WITH A 1973 MONROE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to parcel being con. last publication oi this notice, and In I W dn*.d. Youth .____. 7:30: _


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Remain UnbeatenBy 1 1 s l 1 i s _

maintained Two aCT Jo.Staff Bradford GUiy Writer an unbeaten Wrestlers record have BO Ill :]1[

far in this seasonBrad Hamilton at FRI!'
145 pounds and John O. Williams, at F : '
135 -
pounds. GIFTI
Ray Trimble is undefeated in dual DAylS; )
matches, but lost in the championship ;: THE
match at the Kiwanis THEIR she FlockIn/ INltllAND NOT ALL STRANGe
Christmas Invitational Tournamentthis crn B ''GHT.SOCKS ARe TOO. LARGETheir GItIa To Exch" & .
past weekend at Forest High I THEY TheIP/ erI ... ShfrtTIES '
School,Jacksonville. Yts/ HAVE READ: = TOO MANy wren t Rg hI.
At Forest, 16 schools from all over Or Have Two of'ENCIlS. THEIR BOOKS
Florida were represented. Palatka From whp GRIPE,FOR'I 1 lng
came out on top, Orange park second YIELD Kahlfca Mexican Coffee AN IIIId GMn Cop p UVlNG.
and Biship Kenny, third DAY xmMYS -- Liqueur w thntwo holiday muj 9.99 Be Sure vou,0If':;W EAG TO m ''f3 BUT IF
Bradford, as a team was well TH ESTlON NEEm FOR WHAT wo/M"/
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down on the list, but four Tornadoes ST,RElY NAPOLEON IRANDY AIID$lIFTERS
survived the preliminaries: John O. w e Two crested brandy mitten accompany brings back their Uquor
Williams and Brad Hamilton each this 750 ml bottle ot St Remy Napoleon or Wine
won their weight class.Ray Trimble Brandy.'9.99 I !....".
111 II I
lost In the championship match, his
first loss in the season, and Tyler HALF-BOTTLE COLLECTIONA
Elder won in the preliminary but selection of 375 ml hall-bottles li CHANTAINE GIFT SET
was defeated in the second round. > displayed In an octagonal table tray and Is A 750 ml bottle ol French Chantaine Bridle
Monday Eastside Starke and hostedGainesville was e $ Just right lor the beginning wine enthusiast. packed with a pair of tulip Champagne''
defeated 25-50, with Brad Hamiltonnot 1 6 1 B '19.99 glasses'fl.Bfl
in competition.Jason I I r WOODEN WINE TOTE ...... o U I
Hughes 103, John O. Wines from France and Australia are ... A GIn!
Williams 135 Justin Jones 145, attractively packaged In a wooden carrier
Leaton Morgan 152 and Raymond i with a red strap handle and include CERTIFICATE C. "'MII:
Trimble each won their match vs. Mlldara Chardonnay and Nicolas Rose
Tuesday, Bishop Kenny, fromJacksonvile A red and white from France's Burgundy SELECTION GERMAN WEiNFEST I
also defeated the Tornadoes <

CALIFORNIA WINE GIFT Region are attractively displayed in a A Bereich Bernkastel from Carl Graff and ,
at Starke 24-49. t
Chris McLeod, at 130 pounds i SMIRNOFF PRIVATE RESERVE SETA TRUFFLES AND CORDIAL GLASSES An attractive basket holds Glen Ellen wicker basket and include Jaboulet- Nleretelner Gutes Domtal Spatlese from .
defeated Shawn Obi, his BK oppo- 500 ml bottle of Smirnoffs 90 4'Private A 375 ml bottle of Truffles Chocolate Chardonnay and Geyser Peak Cabernet Vercherre Beaujolais"Garelle"and h: Franz Reh art beautifully featured In a red
nent, 14-3 at the Starke match. Obi Reserve Vodka conies with two Martini Liqueur with two handled cordial glasses. Sauvignon with Ghirardelll chocolates from Nicolas MAcon Villages with chocolate! willow basket with assorted chocolate
was the champion the previous glasses ready for serving*J\.99 7.99 San Francisco.23.99 truffles'29.99BOURBONS truffles.. 19.99 }
weekend at the Forest Tournament.
Jason Hughes tied, John O.

Trimble Williams and Brad Tyler Hamilton Elder all, Ray won I & BLENDS I IS SCOTCH I SALE I WODKftMll I I 1

over their BK opponents. \\DAlVIEls Thompson! > Seagram'sGin ABC 80
Upcoming... ; J'B Smimolf> 80 VOID VODXA

No more matches are scheduled BLACK LABEL 17S 11.49 SALE! REGAL SCOTCH 80 VODKA 750 11A98ALI! .- 1.75 13. 91A1.1 Gil IUJI
until January 10, when the Toran- LTB '
does will travel to Eastside for a i IC99 Jl991.50 mn -' LTft.3.00 {
return match. 2499 8.49 Fin 242CS. ; 1. S99LTR.
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Friday, Jan. 11, another road Kun 750 ML = U:. !
match is set at St. Augustine.Next CS. OF 6-$149.94 CS. OF 66.95 CS.OF-J203.88 .OF-$149.94 CS.OF 89.94 CS. OF 12-137.88 I CS.OF e*$82.95FIEISCHMANN5.I CS.Of 12.$71,88
home match is Monday,
January 14, against Fernandina CALVERTEXTRA 'JEWAR 'rY \
Beach. Weigh-ins are at 6 p.m. Matches I GIN
start at 7 p.m. White Label: rLaGUU
1.75 13.99 SALE m@w SCOTCH 12 VR. SCOTCH 80 VODKA VODKA GIN 1.7512.99
Tornadoes Young... LTR. -J.UU o :... L..L FROM QLENLIVET | M ol 99 LTR. -2.00-n
The Tornado team is a young 1 249 -- IV9UB 49 1'99 9 2499
team and is M in 10.99 IfIIIII
showing progress, says 10.99 750 ML 750 ML | 750 ML LTK.CS. lawn
Coach Brett With
freshmen and Purdy.underclassmen several on the CS. OF 83.94 CS. OF 6.$74.94YUKON CS.OF 163.00 CS.OF 159.95 CS.OF 155.88 .OF 59.94 CS.OF e.$149." CS.OF 8'$78.95

team they have very limited experience

gaining confidence in competition in every, but meet.are dIM JACK PNO'tOP CbVV LOWtfS MOST Iti GIFT BO*

The team lacks depth also,having to D p 1U? 18.99 87.95. or 153.00
forfeit three weight classes in every 1.75 SALE ClalMac®orscoTCH Tlrby
meeting,and above having their some wrestlers J 99 LTR. -5.00 mint Captain MorganBacardi PIED: 94.50"Canadian, Mist' .82.95 Cordon's' tin 79.95
competing weight class.
: i 13 U:. 13.99:11es. Rum 'SAvteea. 93.50 'Rich & Rare CANADIAN 79.95 Sniraeff 10 VODKA 87.95Seagram's '.

t==' OF 6-$83.94 CS.OF$109.95 7 Blend 82.95 Gordon's Vodka 72.95 Ancient Age Brb. 79.95 ,\ I

I a e a Popov Vodka 61.95 Cutty Sark SCOTCH J 54.95 FleisclnaiYs fiia 64.95 I

I I 1 f 1 Johnnie Walker BLACK 214.95 Jack Daniels 5J2 144.95 iallMtiM's SCOTCH 132.50 I

Merry; Me anot im (A.ADIAI Smirnoff 100 VODKA 109.95 Piper Heidsieckx->RY 259.90 ';..I.lIIi.IOoVODKA 139.95 I

M PREMIUM 16.80 Johnnie Walker A' 159.95 Dom Perignon WHITE 899.95 Gianlivet wl 249.95
750 8.99 SALE BOTTLE NOT THE PRICE I Jim Beam S 84.95 Freixenet >iTt 76.90 Early Times 76.50

-4k-W ML -1.50 ::.. '49tt I Beefeater Gin 139.95 Perrier Joust =229.50 "L Ml. Gay uo' 142.00 I I I

= A9 kTRl civil 9 U:. '' Gilbey's Vodka 62.50 Perrier Joust = 699.50 Old GrHdad 8* 127.50 ;
EARLY CS. OF 107.88 CS. OF 6-$30.94

Seagram's f Canadian

All Copy and 17518998AL1 1.79 11.99 SALE Brown Bros. .,....., K 9.99 Carlo Rossi "% -CLl.*. 5.49] *Mumm's == 0:: :7J: 18.99 1381.=I.tucaIIl _. ? 8.99Sandeman

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this Friday, Dec. 28 CS. OF 6.$11350 CS. OF 6.$71.94 = :X 7.99 = : ::: Gold Seal JXXI .-.":i. K 4.99 Mona ovl SSSS :X 14.99
Gallo ": "gaSSl311 iiS.. 5.79]
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Rose YL 3.99 *2Z::: ... :X 4.29
AbIIIeI... =- LiV 6.49] Martini Rossi ::" :s: 9.99
wI2.99BALE" : ill ': n \\ttim :yi '
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NORMAN'SROADSIDE |J.Y. CSSRufllno 4.49 Pak-S-=-
LTB Red L6.49 M Tosll .:::.. X 8.99
-3.00 ::... I OrvleloDuboeul :. .49 Togo Sangria In Marl ZSS :X 7.49'
9.99:11 r M 6.99 Gallo K 3.49 \

CS.OF 12.$187.88 es.OF 6.$77.94 Maitre d'Estoumel z: :. 5.99 jLGS' GOLD: SEAL Clus Du lols '= X 9.99'

MARKET Fonlana Frascall :M 4.99 f olrlon4Cgtro Brut ICALIC. RESERVE BlANCdeBLANCSl *Slerllni -nClOSDuBolS VI 6.19.' l

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964-9152 Adt : APPLETONJAMAJCAMRtlM Chateau Dauiac :M 10.99 LT R. 4.00 49 Beringer :X 8.99 \. :
wit Cardo .:::. ill. 6.49 9.99 tfTTJKUTI 1.5 LTR. 750 ML 1111IIII I JcbaI ..::... K 9.99
750 9.49 SALE 1
FARM FRESH "? LTR 2.00. SALE ML 3.00 S6X19 .
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Mustard CS. OFy6 $83.94 CS. OF 12-$113.88PUSSER'S WHITE RIDGE .,IlT .uVM.R-s- SPUMANTB

BRITISH NAVY o I.- 99 I 9-- 99
Turnip Greens 299 299 c' 599
95.5 RUM J MA GCrqgil 1.S LTR. ML ML 1.5 LTR. 750 ML 5 ML

FLORIDHStrawberries 999 ARK 99 750 ML Troplcona X2i' =t' 2.89 SPEClAttV'SAtE? are o mono MC its er rw

FREE ST.S5GENESEE CS.OF 12.$107.88 Truffles "S:T: :K 12.99 Gallo Vwmouth'S1 M 2.29 Ocean Spray "L ox. 1.89 Bombay Gin M 9.99

Pole Beans krndfcpoeo! ra._ :M. 7.99 Cftristlon Bros. Brandy ?ti 1 S.99 ,Kennessy.VS S 18.99 Grand Hornier M 21.99

String Beans : 1 Kahlua SXS, K 13.99 Frangelleo MBerentiens .. Z 13.99 E11 I Brandy 7.49

AvocadosRuskin Bails 'S Irish K 13.99 Saultem Comfort to t\? 15.49 t L Sf 9.98 Tla Maria A..II Ts
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OLD MILWAUIEE>< -use ss Z. 3.99 TuEUUT i aMw i srwr tgntutn e ti '-I Ifi10POV SUIIOUt OfCiMlfH W i( tT.iL iaiii fJ- tUfSDAT PfCIHIKlT:
Tomatoes ABC Ke*U8III. a"cno 6.49 I'' 1 H 15.49I ii I I I 13.49 I j 2.99 UI. '

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Southside Elementary Presents: Christmas Around the World

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---' Kindergarden classes representing old Mexico

Southside Elementary had two Kindergarten classes who chose to ......... -,
I Celebrate Christmas Spanish style.
Tuesday night, after days of
v decorating and related study,
hundreds of students at Southside
Elementary gathered together in 10
4 classrooms to show parents and
other interested folks how other
r countries celebrate the Christmas
holiday. It was a spirited
presentation by the kids.
Five or Six hundred folks turned
out for the event and it was evidenton
the childrens and visitors faces
... that everyone had a good time.


r ', ; ". '!. TWIN THEATRE
Starke 964-5451

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$ $. .:sPEtAitiRIrkst )
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,rd6 r J I Starts
Friday, Dec. 21
/ Christmas in Italy as presented by the 3rd grade
> Arnold Schwarzenegger

; Kindergarten Cop

I 2nd grade presented an Oriental Christmas Rated PG-O


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Closed for the Holidays!!!
Stephanie Futch and the 1st grade represented the Alps

We'will re-open Dec.281
5th grade representing America's winter wonderland,New England I : (

Christmas Family Feast

errChristmas Open December 25th MEDIFAST

Trading Post Restaurant

Waldo FL 468-2622 George Restea, M.D.

Make your New Years Eve Party
Turkey and/or Ham and Dressing ffe tificatlonferf"
Reservations'Early ..: $5.00 each Vegetables Galore $599

Traditional Black smoked ALL YOU CAN EAT ME) A MA
eye peas, hog jowls, ham
5>hysicij e s
9:00 pm to 4:00 am
weight 1 1 pr m
Music by "Southern Connection" Community State BankMember Comprehensivinclt cal treatment ; ,

o Also Playing Wed., ay'Nlpkers' Banking Hours for the Christmas HolidaysWe Clinical evaluationWKapid weight reduction
Fri., Sat., & Sun. O"s
will Close at noon on Monday, Nutrition counselii Physician supervision
December 24 and be Closed For more information call:
,YI. Christmas Day. 964fe)0) j
:", "I Starke 1 Mite N.of Starke on US 301 Regular banking hours will resume :
Restea, M.D.
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John Paul Punderbunk, 36, of tag, according to Deputy Alvarez.He and the two juveniles. Kersey was were recovered.The then barracked the employees in the
Police Beatby Keystone Heights was arrested for was released after a $146 cash released on his own recognizance.Also 15-year-old was released into walk-in cooler and fled the area
DUI according to Deputy Thrift.Funderbunk'lI bond was posted. recovered was a 4-wheeler the custody of his parents. The after ripping the telephone wires.
blood alcohol content belonging to Glen Moore, which had 17-year-old was placed in detention. No arrests have been made,in the
Carolyn Eaves was .23 percent, this is his second Don Grady Crews was arrested been stolen Dec. 2. robbery,the investigation Is continu-
BCT SUH Writer DUI offense, said Thrift. He was Dec. IS for DWLS, unlawful tag. Kersey was additionally chargedon
released on his own recognizance.John Bond was set at $240.50, he was a capias with retail theft, failureto ing.Man
Man Charged With released on his own recognizance. appear. Starke McDonalds Charged
William Hammon, 26, was
Breaking Into HomesA arrested Dec. 13 for DUI, accordingto One ChargedIn Two Juveniles Robbed Last Wed. With Being Drunk

22-year-old has been charged Trooper D. C. Roberts. He was 4-Wheel TheftsAn Caught in BurglariesTwo Two men forced their way Into Charles Polk, 40, wall arrested
with breaking Into two homes and released after a $500 surety bond McDonalds by way of the employee Intoxication
stealing multiple items including was posted. 18-year-old has been charged juveniles were apprehended door last week, Dec.12, brandished Dec. 13 disorderly Thrift
ladles panties. with stealing two four-wheel bikes. Tuesday evening as they were guns and left with an undisclosed according to Deputies Danny
Richard Anthony Akin was arrested Michael Wayne Bridges, 23, of Dennis M. Kersey was apprehended burglarizing vehicles parked on amount of money. and Joseph DeBergalis. Polk harrassing was intoxicated
Dec. 4 on a stolen 4-wheel Suzuki Glendale St. The black and verbally
Duval ,
Dec. 16 inside a residence on County was arrested Dec. 12 suspects one one at the
Market Road, according to Lt. for DWLS,according to Lt.Gorman.He bike belonging to Larry Peterson, The two white male youths were white,entered the business at 5 a.m. customers passer-bys
David Aderholt and Deputy Bob was released after a$215.2511Ur8- according to Deputy Roman charged with two counts burglary ofa They told the employees to open the Hampton Handy Way.threatened He was to com-kill
McGrath. Akins had entered ty bond was posted. Alvarez. With Kersey when he was conveyance while armed and two safe, forced them to lay on the floor bative in nature,
through a kitchen window and was caught were two juveniles. Kersey counts possession of burglary tools, while they took money from the officers and spit:on them,accor-
attempting to steal bras and ladies Robert Demps, 38, was arrested was charged with burglary and petit theft, according to Patrolmen employees purses and the safe, ac- ding to the deputies released after $250
for DWLS order grand theft,said Alvarez.Additional William Brown and W. S. Allen. cording to Patrolmen W. S. Allen Polk was a
Dec. 14 capias
underwear, said Aderholt. In his on a .
.. .
.oo. ......- '''tnsferof charges are pending against Kersey II. m,7 taken from I' vehM\ (>s and Wayne Wilkinson. The two men surety bond was posted.
possession was a screwdriver and "-.--. .........:..;: .-
wire cutters. He was charged with -
(two counts) burglary o( an oc-
cupied dweling, petit theft, possession THE
of burglary tools, and on a fIIl o/i 'fJf
capias for failure to pay fine for WinnDixieTM .:. r IDEAL
driving while license suspended, ac- ,
cording to Lt. Aderholt. -
Akins has been charged with
breaking into a mobile home in Dur-
rance Trailer Park earlier this SEND A WINN-DIXIE
month. Akins allegedly used a GIFT CERTIFICATE.
screwdriver to open a window, (
entered the home and took a radio, A GIFT THAT'S ALWAYS
laundry basket a purse containing TASTE.
currency and ladies clothing In- IN GOOD
cluding underwear, said Aderholt. '" SEE YOUR WINN-DIXIE

Additional charges are pending as STARKE4TO \
the investigation continues. WElT MADISON STREET

Recent ArrestsIn fa For the finest quality meats,
Bradford CountyThe

following arrests were made g r-produce, seafood and delicatessen .
by local authorities in Bradford *
County. & bakery for your )

Robert Chastain, 18, was arrested 88te: table
Dec. 14 for possession of alcoholic Holiday you can po
beverage by person under 21, according
to Deputy Danny Thrift. Chas depend on Winn-Dixie. is
tain was seen walking north on the
railroad tracks, carrying a fifth of 1j
Lord Calvert and drinking a Busch The Winn-Dixie Family
beer, said Thrift. Chastain was
taken to the county jail where he was would like to say to yours
released after a $250 surety bond

was posted. a Merry Christmas and a

Johnathan Bresee, 20, was arrested
Dec. 14 for trespass on school Happy and Prosperous New Year
grounds, according to Deputy Gordon -
Smith. Bresee was at Vo-Tec at
1:25 p.m. Bresee had no business on I
the grounds, he is not a student,said HOLIDAY OP2N CHRISTMAS EVE Til 7 P.M. II II I
Smith. He was released after a $500 ALL STORES CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY I II
surery bond was posted. : OPEN REGULAR HOURS DEC. 26, 1990 I
Charles Ledbetter, 33, of Lawtey
was arrested Dec. 15 for disorderly \ u"
Intoxication, according to "
Patrolman H. D. Griffis. Ledbetter, W-D BROADBREASTED
who had a strong ordor of alcohol ,.- tI-
about him, refused to leave the Eva NATURAL 17-LBS. & UP .
Ledbetter residence,became violent "
and threatening, said Gnffis. He ,
was released after a $250 surety
bond was posted.Norman .

Easley, 35, was arrested -". U
Dec. 13 for failure to appear for a .5.' LB: i
child support hearing,according to

'Deputy Bob McGrath. >' .MV-D 10-14 IB AVO 10-LI$. a. UPSWIFT LOU"RICH _. r'...;..: .:':,;; _-W-O GRADE 'A 3RK::?I: *,' t!." ... :

James A. By era, 28 was arrested BROADBREASTEDNATURAL 68c BUTTERBALL 9ge TURKEY WINGS or 68e REDI-BASTED $198 :

Dec. 12 for retail theft, according to TURKEYS ttWO TURKEYS . La DRUMSTICKS . u TURKEY BREAST. La i

Ricky Floyd Newby, 31, was arrested TURKEYS 68 c GRADE GAHENS 98e GIZZARDS 98e WITH BREAST $-93899e
Dec. 12 for petit theft, according . u.W4 La FRYER u WINGS. La I
to Deputy Roman Alvarez. >BROADBREASTED 10-14 LB. US.D.A. INSPECTED 1o..... ft u.RASED'c .
Damon Jefferson Whitaker, 26, 68e 98
u La
was arrested Dec. 14 for being to to to to to to to
drunk, resisting arrest without I
violence, according to Patrolman ,
Robert Lyons.He was released aftera rEL1 EVERYDAY :
$'775 surety bond was posted. Y LOW PRICE EVERYDAY I

Carl Lamar Foster, 25, was arrested
Dec. 14 for disorderly con VOW PRICE I'E
duct, resisting arrest with violence, I
according to Sgt. Anderson Holland. .
Foster is being held for Alachua I II

County. -I i iE

Earnest Neal Cauley, 29, of :! _
Lawtey was arrested Dec. 13 on six 'HOLIDAY': DINNERS, I [S1ln.i1I.1.u.aJ I i
counts of worthless check, failure to
appear for arraignment, according .
I to Lt. David Aderholt. China BAKED TURKEY ..'14" SUPERBLEND

Gardens was named as the victim in ... ,_ COFFEE
10-11 LA p .coOf the case. Cauley was released aftera ...oRYTURKEY e
cash bond of $800 was posted. DINNER ..'21". 11I 'SS (

1.7015_.cDOlCID.-T.44AC.COVHMKAflDAimsma '

Harold Arthur Bishop IV, :20, was
arrested Dec. 16 for driving under .
the influence (DUD, according to ,'CAKES, AND PIES, ,
Patrolman Bishop refused .
testing. This la hill second DUI offense
CAKES $399 DIET < LOW''R'CI''. ,
said Lyons. He was released E. PEPSI. MT. DEW, IVIRYDA
after a $1,000 surety bond was WITH MCOtUTIVI HOt CHMtnU i
Charlotte Griffis Mathias, 30, was -WKH',LAYERS OOtNMHT COLA' I
arrested Dec. IS for DUI, accordingt CARROT CAKE $799 MIXES J
to Patrolman W. S. Allen. Mathias E.
refused testing. She was released : BEET
t after a $1,000 surety bond was APP'ff'PIES.$399 2.LTR.9aC : ,_
posted. + 790 68C :-- .... 1K eE. _ 16-02.

John Michael Cotton, 24, of PECAN PIES ... 4M Box CAN
Gainesville was arrested Dec. 14 for
I driving(DWLS),while according to Patrolman S. CREME s'7r349: WISE POTATO 7ge DOLE PINEAPPLE $108 OCEAN SPRAYCRANBERRY

t M Smyth. Cotton was released after ,WtTM PUOOi KMO WMKTMPOUND CHIPS . . l ula JUICE'. . . '::1 SAUCE 'eA'';' 7ge
., a $215.25 surety bond was posted. .
,. Ancil Council Tetstone,46,was arrested REGULAR or SUGAR FREE
i Dec. 17 on a capias for failure DELI PLATTERSMffVH CANADA DRY MUSK AFTERSHAVE/
to appear DWLS, leaving scene of $564 I
? /
accident, according to Deputy 3OPVOPUI.UUKNI*M1 PPP1HYEGETABLETRAY GINGER ALE COLOGNE I.. .. lfl ;
', Alvarez.Tetstone was released after .. $28 200 SPEED. 135M.

c a $240.50 surety bond was posted. ...__notI LA C I I SCOTCH KODAK .2 $ 00
Thomas Jerrel Drawdy, 19,for of DRUMMmE PLATTER u $28 o 2-LTR. 8 8 I J VIDEO TAPE FILM. . 2HI lOW
Brooker was arrested Dec. 14
DWLS, according to Deputy Thrift. : 3 3O
Bond was set at$215.25. MEAT&CHEESEIDELI6HT! $40 $795 PANTYHOSE . 0

arrested Michael Dec.Joseph 14 for Lemire DUI according, 25, was SUPEL SUS SANDWICH ... $649'COH"AMS 750IIL$499 PKG. QIBSON CHRISTMASWRAPPING SPECIALTY uO / OFF

Lto Deputy Thrift. Leisure's blood p.aGNE. . PAPER /0Page
J alcohol content was .10 percent. He
was released after a $900 surety
bond was posted.Stephen << .

Hampton was arrested. 34 15,for of -. I ['i1'I'

expired driver's license, according
to Deputy Thrift. Bond was set at
$290, he was released on his own



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News Briefs
ford Hospital by her mother.A Dec. 11 Case FinalsIn school, 50 bourn community work
with going through glove boxes and Two Pedestrians 1984 Buick, driven by Curvlew under Tri County, Probation one
by Carolyn Eaves ransacking vehicles parked at the Struck Last Week, Baker of Palatka, was northboundon CourtThe year.Vasquez.
BCT Stall Writer B rvic.area of Terwluegar's,wrare: Water St. As the vehicle approached following cases received charged with fleeing or
he was apparently trying to film a No Serious InjuriesEarly the Intersection of WaterSt. finals disposition before Judge eluding police officer, careless driv-
vehicle he could drive, According to morning Dec. 11 was not a and SR-16 the driver said he lost George H. Pierce Dec. 11 In Brad- ing; dismissed.
Starke Man ChargedWith the officers. Thorntonwho la good time for pedestrians in Starke.At his brakes, attempted to stop, swerving ford County Court-Traffic Division. Aquiles Leonardo Jackson pled no
Stealing Van wanted for failing to serve: a Jail 7:49: a.m. a ten-year-old was and striking J. C. Jenkins,who contest resisting arrest without
sentence said he wanted to leave struck by a vehicle on Washington was on the curb,according to Lt.M. Eddie Loyal Alldrldge wan found violence;sentenced: to one day In Jail
willlle9ar Dodge van stolen from Ter- town. Gaving the officers a hard St. At 8:19 a.m. a 55-year-old man T. Short. Baker then fled the scene guilty driving while license suspended with credit for time served.
Tuesday Ford wan recovered early time, be kicked and punched them was struck on Water st. but was later apprehended and ar (DWLS); sentenced to 25 days in Jackson charged win assault and
morning, Dec 18 hint a and the patrol car. He in charged A 1985 Mercury,driven by Parbhu rested. Baker was charged with jail, fined $500. affray; dismissed.James .
short distance from the car jolt with burglary seven counts Patel, was stopped unloading driving while license suspended Kevin Hampton Hutson pled no W. Thomas charged with
City police responded to a 1:27 burglary of a'conveyence, three children, then proceeded east on leaving the scene with injuries andfaulty contest DWLS;found guilty,disposition petit theft; dismissed.
a.m. call where a stolen van with a counts of battery of a law enforce- Washington St., striking Angela brakes,said Lt.Short.Rescue set for Jan. 8. Herbert Arnold Clark charged
suspect wait at the Texaco Station at ment officer, resisting arrest with Wright as she attempted to cross the responded but did not transport, according Ray Charles Smith found guilty with child abuse; dismissed.
US-301 and SR-100, according to violence, criminal mischief,driving street according to PatrolmanCheryl to Paramedic Dan Cud- DWLS; 30 days in jail. Carl Cone found guilty failing to
Patrolmen W. S. Allen and Robert while license suspended, refused Belcher. Rescue respondedto ding ton. Jenkins was taken to Brad- Gwendolyn C. Vasquez pled no immediately report accident and
Lyons.The suspect fled the area but under the influence (he the scene but did not transport, ford Hospital by a family member contest driving under the influence failing to yield .after stop; costs
wan apprehended by the officers. testing), according to Patrolman according to Paramedic Nelson where he was treated for scrapes (DUD) fined 437.50, license waived.
Stephen Lane Thornton Is charged Lyons. 9"'"'. Wright was taken to Brad and bruises, according to Lt. Short. suspended six months, attend DOT i I Cone found guilty no valid drivers
-------..--- license; fined$120.25.
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Cone found guilty leaving scene of
accident; if insurance does not pay
all of damages, defendant will pay
$287.80, half of estimate.
Sun You Provin charged with
DUI; found not guilty.
I HOLIDAY HAMS Linda A. Weeks charged with

:disposing.mder Robert lieu;Malcolm or dismissed.removing charged property with

n polling or removing property
inner lieu; dismissed.
W-D SPECIAL TRIM Charles Alfred Swafford charged

with battery; dismissed.

< ; ?4 3 WHOLE Help Needed To Locate

Missing 4YearOldEleanor

"Lea" Marie Smith was
last seen May, 1989, in the companyif
Paul A. Smith, whose
J-SMOKED whereabouts are unknown.
Nov. 20, 1990 a final judgment
,'r. warded custodial care of the childo
her maternal grandmother,Jean-
lette Geiger Alkire of Starke. Lea,
) x>rn March 29, 1986, is to be return-
"lIr. id to the grandmother where her
: / 1 mother will be able to see her.
Anyone with information concern-
.J. LB ing the whereabouts of Paul A.
Smith and/or Lea Is asked to contact
I YLeilAl.a YouuaTAMYa the Bradford County Sheriff or the

i't. I.. t. ;,.::tF'".RE \, Starke local authority.Police Department or any


TURKEYS.FRESH SMOKSED s TURK D y BUTT HALF HAMS. L* *l47 PICNICS LB. $127 HAM L. $399 Florida Supreme Court has


FRUITED HAMS, FRUITED PICNICS, SMOKED HAMS La *3" TURKEY HAM . L* *268 CANNED HAM . :3.18.SIZE $9." that a he death-row was not allowed inmate to after testify finding ful-
SPIRAL CUT HAMS AVAILABLE. NECK BONES . $138 E-Z CARVE HAM t* 247 COUNTRY CURED HAM $278 The hearing justices ordered before a a new jury sentencing for 1

Manuel A. Colina, 39. He and Felix
Castro were convicted of the

;; : E-Z CARVE <1 r PIMENTOCHEESE LAMBLEGS elderly Castro Putnam pled guilty County and exchangefor
31 life sentences testified
; two
RID ;; .I PICNICS--I."IKLLIeD against Colina.

,: : :;- smoked Castro cocaine testified and that went both to men the

L&J.1. t $1P7 : 338 home of Cecilia and Angel Diaz to

+T.. a : get money. Colina hit Diaz in the
L8 : 'L. s' back of the head with a tire iron and
CHOICR'u ;.-" uuhtiA 'hit both of the elderly people several
EYE OF ROUND 979 BUTT SNOW CRAB '$1(199 HOLLY FARMS times before I the men. looted .Ule
3 $178 $378 house and stole the couple's car,
ROAST . . La PORK ROAST . LI CLUSTERS . t, l ? CHICKEN WINGS f.z"tpi Castro testified.
MILD MEOJULAN or LITRHILLSHIRE The prosecution also presented
or PIG $- 27 SMOKED BONELESS FARMS HICKORY SWEET testimony by Putnam County jail In-
59C99e $328 $188SAUSAGE. mates who claimed Colina admittedto
I. . La HOG JOWLS . ta SMOKIES . it SLICED BACON. LaW killing the couple.
Colina testified that he fled the
.D COOKED $ 99 SLICED BONELESS FRESH $ 68 LOUIS RICHTURKEY $698HAM scene after seeing Castro hit Diaz
s HI several times. He did not see Castro
. . Ll HOG. JOWLS . LI OYSTERS . NUGGETS SUE until later that night when Castro
M d' drove up In the Diazes'car and forc-
a. =sinl EVERYDAY HARVESTFRESH ed him at knife point to go back and
a.y tC LOW PRICE \ .. rob the house before the men droveto
EVERYDAY ; The court ruled Nov. 15 that the
EVERYDAY LOW PRICE T.I trial judge made a mistake by not
UDW PRICE ? allowing Colina to testify about what
e- PRODUCE Castro said during the incident.
"We find that Cohna's responses
regarding Castro's prior statements
F F a F I s 1 were admissible," the decision said.
i I Nature makes the produce. While the court ruled the errors
FloF WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. would not have changed the verdict,
F r a "we find that we cannot hold the errors -
.YIM W JyW.. to be harmless in the penalty
ASSORTED phase."
"" In the sentencing phase of Colina's
.UPERURAND FRUIT BASKETS trial, the justices also found fault
ORANGE with testimony that Colina showed
JUICE no remorse over the slaying The

I I J KALF $149 1 !s4gg justices T-shirt ruled of that Colina's the testimony that read anda

"Sweet Death" were not admissible
UP as proof of aggravating cir
': : cumstances.
J '
r _

IV.R"DA't1.0W ..1e1 F&i71&Sr AJ14 'OJ I "'1ji 'l'JI It T .I {DIAMONDWALNUTS Dial 911 Emergency


DIXIE CRYSTALS PIE SHELLS . U 78e MARGARINE 3 'szt" $118 i$35 Continue License

$349 Bradford CountyThe
00 PIES. u. COOKIES. . I, sin O Florida Highway Patrol will
: $1 JUMBO be conducting driver license and
ALL VARIETIES SUPERBRAND DEL MONTE vehicle Inspection checkpoints dur-
1 $188 2. $100
: ing the week of Dec.21 through Dec.
SR-16. CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B,
DIXIANA CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR231.CR227t9R"221. ,

SALT PELLETS . z:i:$299 WAFFLES . 'sz 6ge CREAM CHEESE la.SIZE. 69e $158 in Bradford County.Recognizing .CR-230. and CR-100A

PHARMACY WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE. EA. the public the by defective danger presentedto vehicle

M/3O-CT. JUMBO equipment Troopers will concen-

Shop our Wlnn-Dlxl Pharmacy for JUMBO, HEADLESS SNOW CRAB trate their efforts on vehicles being
I I HARVEST FRESH operated with defects such a
your prescription needs. Our P WHITE SHRIMP CLUSTERS FLORIDAORANGES $3 99 brake, worn tires and defective
pharmacists have computerized IHI lighting equipment. In addition, attention -
record keeping which enables us to IM will be directed to drivers
maintain records for Insurance FISHERMAN JUMBO who would violate the driver license
$70g 5599 NAVEL $ Florida.
purposes and Income tax purposes. JS.('WHARFanf" ORANGES 4 1 laws The of Patrol has found these checkpoints
We will not be knowingly undersold. FRESISEAFOOD K LB. LB. row to be an effective means of enforcing -
40/fO-CT.. TAIL ON HARVEST FRESH the equipment and driver
ALL PHARMACIES WILL BECLOUD "ILID. DCVCINED SERVES lo-ia PCOM.I LARGE SWEET. 2 5 C license laws. of Florida while insuring

COCKTAIL. COCKTAIL SHRIMP $2795 POTATOES. LI the protection of all motorists.

Florida Highway Patrol will
be conducting driver license and
vehicle Inspection checkpoints during -
the week of Dec.21 through Dec.
27 on SR-100,SR-121,SR-231,SR-241: ,
SR-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR-229,
CR-125. CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-
7WA in Union County.W' ;:,


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Items of Interest.
-J real estate salesperson.For .
by Carolyn Eaves Dec. 20 to senior citizens at Brooker more information, please cal
BCT StaN Writer First Baptist Church. 9645382.
The IS-minute tape is a guide to
Children InvitedTo avoiding home improvement fraud, Registration Open
according to Jim Gill,with the Brad-
Library Party
ford County Sheriff's Department.The For Voices & Visions
Children of all ages are invited to tape has been shown at Suwanee Registration will open Dec. 26 for
attend the fourth annual Christmas River Economic Council and Is the "Voices and Visions" poetry 0
party at the Bradford County Public available to be used with groups. discussion programs at the Bradford rrS
Library Thursday, Dec. 20, from 10 Call the BSO at 964-6280 if Interested. County Library. This series of six
a.m. to 12 Santa will be on r
noon. programs,funded by the Florida En-
hand to lean his ear their way. We Time Left To RegisterAt dowment for the Humanities,will be
won't tell a single soul what he's going Andrews CenterThere led by a college professor a
to so you'll just have to knowledgeable In the field and focus
come join, us for the fun still are a few days left to on Walt Witman, Emily Dickinson, r ryr
refreshments, stories and games. register for the Spring Term at the Robert Frost and Sylvia Plath as 4 f
Cameras are welcome and Santa Andrews Center of Santa Fe Com- well as a contemporary working t i
will stay until the last wish is heard. munity College in Starke. Florida poet.Programs.
For more information, call Santa's Students may register from 10 will be held weekly,
helpers at the Library, 964-6400. a.m. to 4 p.m., December 20 and 21 beginning Jan. 7 at 7 p.m. Registration !
-- this week, but the College office on
is free and open to all, but there s
Go Caroling Call Street will be closed for limited space, so those Interestedare
With Snow White Christmas vacation from December encouraged to register early.
22 to January 3. Participants register for all .1
And The DwarfsWould _
There will be registration Thurs sessions or for selected ones. "-
you like to go caroling with day, January 3, with a special even- To sign up see Sue Crum at the Santa Visits Head Start...
Snow White and the Dwarfs and ing session that day from 6 to 8 p.m. 'Library during regular business '
spread some Christmas Cheer to Classes of special interest include hours, or call 964-6400. Santa Claus waves to the group of 76 head start For several years now, Santa has been giving each I
bhut-ins and others in our community Ethics, Beginning Drawing, Real The BCPL is one of only seven children as Instructor Shirley Walker (left, Carla child a mall gift bag donated by Carla Hawthorne.
? Estate and a variety of Business,Ac- libraries in the State of Florida to be Hawthorne, Head Start Director Jessie Jenkins and a proprietor of Curia's Sandwich Shop on SR-18 west of
Come join members of the Brad- counting and Computer clashes, In- chosen by the FEH to present parent, Brenda Henderson, look on. Heilbron Springs.MAerry .
ford Arts Council Thursday,Dec.20, cluding Word Processing, D-Base "Voices and Visions," a multi-
at 6 p.m. at Santa Fe Community and Electronic Spreadsheets (Lotus faceted series based on the 13-part
College, our starting point. Who 1,2,3)). Public Broadcasting television Christmas
knows maybe you could be one of For more information, please call series of the same name.
the dwarfs we have extra 964-5382. "We are extremely pleased to be
costumes. We'll be singing songs Real Estate Course able to present these programs in EARLY
everyone knows. our community and honored at being E-Z WHEELS
Come on down and have some fun. Offered At SFCC chosen by the FEH as one of the
We plan to visit the hospital and nursing Andrews CenterA Florida sites for Voices and Visions. DEADLINEAll .
homes, ending at Mrs. Myrtle We feel it is entirely fitting that 1320 N. Temple Avenue Starke
Ward's Christmas Wonderland on Real Estate Principles and libraries everywhere play leading Copy and
Orange Street around 8 p.m. Practices course will be offered at role in helping to weave poetry: into AdvertisementsDue
Santa Fe Community College Andrews the fabric of people's lives; said
Brooker Sr. CitizensTo Center Wednesday evenings Crum. In the office by 964-7783==:>
from 6 to 9:50: during the Spring 1991 Voices and Visions Is presented in
See Tape On Scams Semester. The course is designed to an accessible way,appropriate both this Friday, Dec. 28BradfordUnion
Scambu ten I, a tape on scams, prepare students for the State Real for the first-time poetry readers and q.
house repairs, etc,will be presented Estate Exam required to work as a long-time poetry lovers. zBuy Helre Pi Here:

I Girl Scouts at Work & Playby

McCulloch Sale
Carolyn Eaves btarke Elementary Cluster Includes Korner, First Union Bank and the Cadden, Angela Cox, Dana Barton,
ICT Staff WriterThirtyone Brownie leaders Deborah Starke Fire Department. Thanks to Sheena Goetzman, Jeanna Hannah,
Girl Scout leaders from Watson, Cindy DeBlock, Juniors everyone who made them feel Erika Norman, Christy Jenkins, .1fIoorIII!UXK SAVE $50
Bradford Union Neighborhood enjoyed Mary Looney, Diane Moody, Peg welcome. Marissa Sellars and Carmen Elise ,
a fun-filled evening Dec. 4 in Trimble; Cadette leaders Carolyn Daisy Scouts include Ashley Waterhouse. Leaders are Andrea .
Fellowship Hall. Delightful Eaves, Susan Goodner, Cathy Crawford, Amelia Crawford, Janet Waterhouse, Lila Sellars. SPECIAL PRICE
refreshments were served from a Hilliard; Senior advisors Judy
festive laden table after a brief Dukes, Laurie Mullins and Andrea
business meeting and a riotous gift Abrams. $
exchange.New Wearing additional hats this year $12995
leaders were welcomed during is Neighborhood Chairman Mary
the social time.Appreciation Looney, Assistant Chairman and
goes to all leaders Secretary Cathy Hilliard,Treasurer B"carrylns
and adults working with the 19 Girl and Product Sales and Fund Model 9130 2.0 Cu. In. Engine
Scout troops in BU. Development Carolyn Eaves, cae 14" Sprocket Tip Bar
It is great to have troops meeting Events Coordinator Andrea Limited to Quantity in Stock
again in Lawtey. Leaders include Abrams, Lake Butler Raiford Unit 50 % off
Carolyn Brantley, Judy Padgett Cluster Coordinator Bobbi Howell,
with Brownies; Chris Stanley with Southside Laurie Mulhns, Starke On All
Daisy Troop 410. Mary Looney, Hampton Betsy 2O Off
Three levels are now representedin Hersey and Lawtey Andrea Abrams. Bars & Chains
Hampton area. Lora Douglas and
Mary Ann Kyle working with Cadet- Thanks to all the scouts who participated Christmas Cards in
tes and J. ton andrKathy -. in the Salvation Army -'" .Large.Salec.tion. -Stock_. ....v.... ...
Helping! Hands, nursing home singe, a'J v' li n. JOdijI: 'IUIG .,
Haefeakerand" ,, feresji!! Ii witli ? .. ; v
Brownies.Lake -. T' 7 ana especially those who braved the. t' 1if't'jH. b'"h. '!I L-SAWS .-
Butler has the faithful Nancy weather for the Christmas parade.A I Decorations .' Gift Wrap BRYAN" -- ft STARKE .
Webster, Bobbi Howell, Ann Schen- great time was enjoyed by Daisies uth
cks, Mary Etta Clancy, Sharon and Brownies who attended a On Sale Next I=a Gas
Brady working with Brownies, special event following the parade at t
Juniors, Cadettes and new Daisy the Methodist Church. Andrea Christmas NoveltiesMitchell's
Abrams in with .t!
leader Janice Nogels. was charge many MELROSE
Southside Elementary Cluster includes people assisting. The scouts sang, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS North
Daisy leaders Lee Ann Dam- decorated cookies, Tanks ...(:. ...eI--c:. u ...(:. \HardwarcAnd\ Highway 100 East NeJdloWlliiarTson'aGrocery Highway
pier, Lynn Jackson Andrea and made yarn elves. to all [Garden Centers *;**** 475-2400
Waterhouse, Lila Sedar, Dea who made the event possible.
Paterson; Brownie leaders Pam
Thrift, Sue Moredock,Norma Donn, Daisy Troop 610 has been touring
Mary Looney,Ruth Corey,Gertrude their community during Nov. and Drug Store Longchamp : '
Griffis, Barbara Denton; Junior Dec. Their tour included a visit to
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So bvC.C.CrilM You're Thinking About Buying a Computer .

So you are thinking of buying a 4. Can it be fixed on the off the IBM compatible world things world changes daily. Every three
computer this Christmas. A chance that it breaks down? Is there used to be difficult and can still be months a new, more powerful less
machine to maintain your checking someone there who has a thorough that way.You used to have to learn expensive machine hits the market
account, maybe play a few games. knowledge of the software you will what amounted to another languagein
Something the children can use be using? Do they fix your model order to operate your machine. If you buy a machine today and it
while they are in school. machine right there or can they Make sure that you get a 'Menu does the job for you it will
But what should you buy? There easily get it fixed. Make sure they Driven Point and Click Graphical continue to do that job for years.
are hundreds of different brands of are an authorized dealer.Computers '"interface. Sounds complicated, but Therefore it makes sense to buy a
IT computer out there. It seems like on the whole do not break down a actually its the simple way to recent model.If .
everybody with a Radio Shack lot, but having a knowledgeableperson compute. You get a mouse or
charge card is making a computer. there to help you throughthe pointing device, and you roll this you know what you want out

a .JO L..i -n. a- ;..mtSIljr 'lt.",.r..f .,,>), I We've compiled a checklist of occasional How-Do-I-Do-This little pointer to a menu that says of the machine and make the
A big cake. sorts which should make your question can be valuable. print, you click print and it prints. I salesperson demonstrate how that
purchase decision a good one. 5.Buy a hard drivel won't machine is do what
explain the driven going to
row left to non menu you
right: Louise Waters Tammie Bruner,April Green,Eula
6. Check the size of the software
Carlton Cathy Wooley Traci Chaff print command because I am want, you are well on your way to
Starling Shilynn Nancy Thomas,
1. Make sure know what it manual! A
you good checking account
running of hacker.Incidentally .
Tammy Jo Tatum,Susan Faulkner.Front row: Susan Crawford,Lisa out room. being a happy
Williams and Judy Gail Smith. is you want the computer to do for program or word processor for 8. Get a new model machine. ,a computer can be a
you. If you make a list of specific writing letters should have a 30 to That classified ad that says real asset to your child's education.
Jr. Women's Club Members functions you want the machine to 50 page manual. If the manual for "incredible computer deal, cost Software designers have released
serve beforehand you'll be better the software a salesman is trying to $18,000 new will sell for $72.50. some incredible learning tools that
Have Active Christmas Season able to sift through the sell you looks like the Long Island Call 555-OBSOlete. This is a have to be seen to be believed. That
-.- ------- -- --- --- 'gobbledygook the average computer telephone book and it takes two perfect waste of$72.50 Before you kind of educational edge can make a
By BusUr Rohn Terellls Johnson, salesperson will rattle off at you. strong men with a refrigerator dolly buy a used machine, get a buddy difference to your child's future.
KT Start Wrllw USS Okinawa, "This is our EX-100PEN100SIVB to haul it out to your car then you who is familiar with computers to Make the dealer show you some of
The Jr. Woman's Club of Starke LPH-3 super deluxe 2000 gigabyte IBM have probably bought the wrong go look at it It could be ten years the nifty spelling, phonic, readingand
has been
busy thin Christmas season FPO San Francisco, CA,
with activities in keeping with the 96625-1630 compatible model with external piece of software. old and you can no longer get partsor math software available for
Yuletide. microwave for cooking popcorn 7. Complexity of operation. In software for it. The computer kids.
"Spreading cheer, far and near," SSG Freddie Bell while balancing your checkbook."
is the theme, with Christmas Operation Desert Shield If you know what you want the
packages to Bradford County servicemen 2nd Bde B/326U Engr. Bn.' machine to do you can say "hold it Senior Citizens
in far-off Saudi Arabia, to 101 Airborne Div. Air Assault
local shut-ins APO New York NY chum, I am not here to get a
and to children of the 09309 ii
needy. mortgage on my house so I can buy Announce Successful
The Jr.Women have the names of IC1 Jackie Orr your super deluxe model. I don't
12 Bradford County servicemen in USS Sampson (DDGO) E. Div. need an external microwave,or four Toys-For-Tots Drive
the mid-east, and mailed packagesto FPO Miami, Fla. 340931240Sgt. channel stereo beeps and I definitelydon't fi 1 1a
each Nov. 17, containing razors,
need the machine
candies and a minature stocking. Kenny DeWitt calling me By Jo. Cissy
Several servicement have written ACO l t/64 Armor 24th ID names when I hit the wrong key. I seT Stuff Writer
"thank-you" letters of appreciationfor Desert Shield want to write letters, do my Patrons of the Senior Citizens Ser-
the gift*. APO New York, NY, 09315 checkbook and I want to let my 5 vice Center, located on Georgia
In early December,the Jr.Women learn Street behind the courthouse and
old !
Ron L. Thomas II year to spell phonically.
visited residents of Whispering. Hand S 217 Comm If know beforehand can ask a members of the Senior Citizens
you you
Pines Convalescent Home pro- FPO San Francisco CA Club, which has about 40 members,
viding refreshments and favors for a the salesperson to demonstratesome have collected a big selection of
big Christmas celebration: 96608-5513 software that will do what "toys for tots",
Christmas cards were made from"lICratch" LCPL R.T. McRae you want a Some of the toys have been hand-
for each of the 100 plus USMCSU-2 2. Don't buy the most t r5tr made by the senior citizens during
Whispering Pine residents by 1st Radio Bn FMFPAC handicraft and needlework sessions
whether its the
students in Donna Gruen's K-5 gifted expensive anything
at the Senior Citizens Center.All will
FPO San Francisco CA
students class at Southside Elemen- 96608-5790 machine itself or the software. be taken to the Starke Fire Depart-
tary. You've analyzed your needs M yw M- ment for distribution to needy
Jr. Women got names of 10 needy A21 W.R. McKinney (remember#1), you know what you families in the county.
children in the community and sent The Senior Citizens center is open
VFA-83 Maint/Control need do. In
to the
most cases iwR
two members, Trade Starling and SPO Miami FL, 34099-6218 five days per week, with the Brad-
Lisa Williams, on a shopping spree, smaller, less powerful unit will ford Senior Citizens Club meeting
purchasing: gifts for the youngsters.The serve your needs just fine. Unlessof 4 .Y \ every Tuesday.Other days are filled
gifts, wrapped in bright Bennett ReappointedAs course your plotting orbital with handcraft and needlepoint
Christmas colors with a large candy coordinates for the shuttle workshops, and soon will feature
cane attached,was taken to the local Chairman of space or more educational projects,
HRS office for distribution. energy to mass ratios for a solar seminars and consumer education
The gifts were prepared duringthe Bradford Hosp. Bd. powered vacuum cleaner. The same \ '; rl"'or.: .... ,. .J:: topics, according to Beverly McGee,
annual Christmas party, held goes for software. Make the director of the Center.LEASON.
this in the 'of Donna
year home Bradford Hospital announces the salesperson demonstrate the
Green. reappointment of Edwin T. Bennett software. Make them explain Seniors Donate "Toys for Tots"...

Servicemen... as directors.chairman of the hospital board of you should buy the $500 word why The officers of the Bradford Senior Citizens Club are :G ,( ,IQI,' m ''I ;Oi.l'JN.Q. ( 's.' I
the$100 shown with the collection of "toys for tots" they have
the of
Bennett, director member processor over one.
Lt. J.B. SUrnes, HMH 462 S-l, and public relations for Clay Electric 3. Get a hard drive. This is gathered to donate to needy children In Bradford Coun
FPO San Francisco, CA, ,. Cooperative, Inc. has served on important. No matter what machine ty.Officers
>theJBidftird of the club l-r) are: President Dot Benson
',,;- -, 'JV 'din!! :torn:since 1984.Hospital board of' you buy., you don't get"a'hard, ,Vice-President Muriel Gllhooly, Secretary Carrie'
Kirk drive and have to continually stick Hlgbee.. Treasurer Edith Wolfe' and Senior Citizen
S/Sgt. Hunsinger, A He has been a resident of Clay
Company, 8th Comm. 2nd SR I County since 1947 and served as a disks in the machine to do your Center Director Beverly McGee.
4th MEB Group 7 board member for the Community work, you're going to get
FPO New York, NY, 09503-0035: Church in Keystone Heights, the frustrated. With a hard drive "
you II
chief and president of the Keystone
SFC Gerald Simmons, B Heights Volunteer Fire Departmentand have plenty of room to store
Co., 92nd EN BN (H) past president of the Keystone everything you need to do. A hard
Operation Desert Shield, Heights Rotary Club. drive is like a big 6 drawer file I
APO New York, NY 09315 ,Bennett also served on the Hospice folder. A floppy disk system is like
of North Central Florida Steering
the 2 or 3000 loose
Spc David Barnes, A Commltteee for the papers you ,
Troop. 2/4 CAV, 24th Inf. Div. Keystone/Melrose area in 1984. have scattered in every drawer in the A
Desert Shield Bradford Hospital, an affiliate of house. You can run your machine
APO New York, NY, 09315 Santa Fe Healthcare, is a not-for- without a hard drive, but it gets
profit community healthcare facility irritating hunting for that one disk '
Cpl. Phillip D. Griffis offering medical, surgical, outpa- has ,rs
that it need.
CSSD 142 Ammo Co. tient and emergency care. It is something on you
FPO San Francisco, CA, 96608 governed by a local board of direc- Just like looking for a piece of
tors. paper in those drawers.

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Energy Assistance for Low Income_FamiliesThrough :

Jan. 18, 1991. low- Applications are available at Eligibility for the program Is
income citizens can apply for help your local HRS office. You must based on income and asset limits.
with home energy costs at their provide a original or copy of a fuel For example,a household of four's
local Department of Health and or utility bill showing an gross income cannot exceed$1.164
Rehabilitative Services (HRS) obligation to pay'along with your and assets cannot exceed 6500.
office. application to HRS by Jan. 18, For more information contact
The Low-Income Home Energy 1991. Payments will begin 'to your local HRS office Bradford:
Assistance Program, or LIHEAP, eligible households in February. 964-8039 Union:496-2417.
provides one-time assistance to
people who have difficulty meetingthe
high cost of heating their TULLER
homes each winter.
Last year, in HRS District 3 Chiropractic Center
f y K 7 which includes Bradford and Union
counties more than 22,000 Keystone Heights Office
t'c' households received an average 260B, S. Lawrence Blvd.
payment of$71.Christmas. 473-7213

Day PAIN rt"llk
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VVorshipService CONTROL
. 22 Receive Nursing Assistant Certification at SFCC. ,. There will be a Christmas Day Headaches INJURIES
worship service at Hope Baptist Neck&Arm Work Related
After years of studying a focused, nursing Conni Pheil, Lessle Pheil, Joy Plant, Gina Church Dec. 25 at 10:30: a.m. The Mid Back Sports
related curriculum, 22 students received Safer, Lanette Starling. Fourth row: Vincent church is located on Hwy 100 bet- Low Back&Leg Personal
certification as Nursing Assistants at Santa Fe ween Starke and Keystone Heights.
Thomas, Charlene White. Fifth row: Mildred Pastor Heath Auto Accidents
Community College on December 14,1990. Hitchcock Instructor, Norma Gary and the con-
Thompson gregation invite you to come and
They were First Row:Jo Anne Arenz, Joyce Assistant Instructor, Gloria Triest -Whispering worship.
Bosier, Jeannie Carter, Rebecca Catherman, Pines Care Center, Jerri Crawford Suwannee Yb.Q DR. RICHARD C.TULLERCHIROPRACTIC
Jacqueline Ellington, and Katherine Harding. River Economic Council, Dolores Boyce Mann-Parrish CARE
Second row: Stephone Harper, Sheila Haskell, Windsor Manor, Dr. Bernard McFadden, SFCC, Gathering Set WHEN YOU NEED IT.
Mamie Hutchinson, Preimadon Johnson, Jean Dr. Portia Taylor, SFCC. for Dec. 29
Meeks, Judy O'Neal. Third row: Mary Osteen, 24 HOURS A DAY
The annual Mann-Parrlsh gather- 7 DAYS A WEEK
ing is set for Dec. 29 at the Union

Manning, Williams Named County basket lunch Recreational will be held 1 p.m.The OFFICE HOURS;
All friends and relatives are In- Mon.. -Fri 8:30-660p.m. Sat.By Appointment
I State Employees of the YearCAMP t'I: vited to attend.


BLANDING,FLA. ,:.lf1 :
The post of Camp Blanding \ : GIFTS I THe/LJU: UOVE::

recently named two local folks,
Y Barbara L. Manning and Oscar
L. Williams as State
Employees of the Year.
Mrs. Manning,37, employedat
Camp Blandin as an
administrative Assistant II,
was born in San Diego, Cal.,
and resides with her husband
Tom and 18 year old son in
Keystone Heights. She has pT ...yA w"-1'7
been employed at Camp
Blanding for over six years. Oscar William
Williams, 54, born, raised
and still residing in Lawtey,
FL., has been
employed as a
painter for Engineering and proud team.",to have said you Facilities on our Make Sawyers your Shopping Headquarters this Season ... We
Housing directorate of the post Manager, Lt. Col. Kent Petelle. have Unadvertised
Barbara Manning since 1959. He has two "I also many Appliances & TV's marked down for I
congratulate our
children. State Employees of the Year," Quick Clearance. I
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80 Ford Mustang 1495 CLOSE OUT on I Washers & Dryers Much Marked AsTV's "'wnAs

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'82 Mercury Lynx S/W $249
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The Owners One Owner Like New #3670

and StaffBradford '83 Olds Cutlass Supreme $3695
Looks Great Runs' Perfect #3641

County '85 Chevy Monte Carlo 3895 ,
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2 Please call 964-5647. after 8 P.m. care. Bathing, dipping,groomIng 6 ft. $20. 964- 921, Novak ofFalr- 2BR MOBILE. HOME IN GOOD LOCATION I m:
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mo$100 dep.
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1989 FORD XLT LARIAT 7.3 Ito,, Diesel 6 CHG PDPIANO ( ) 13 CHOSGLWDE
truck, 3/4 Tn. 5 spd PS PB. $300 READY TO GO FOR XMASI Poodle FOR SALE. Wanted responsible TRAILER on 1 acre Brand Terwillegur =
take up pymts.Call 473-0226.(Stpd r puppies. White w/apricot 3 males, 2 party to take on small mo. pymts on new, 2BR 2BA. 14x54. $325 mo.
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female 8 wks old. $100.964-3674. piano. locally. Call Manager at ui at T.rwlll.gor .II
1985 CHEVY 4X4 3/4 In,AT PS AM/FM (itch) 6 CHG 800-635-7611 (3tpd ck 23789)) towards Lawter.on 225. Turn at NW Realty handle all your horn financing. W. can g.t you 11'0. lowctt lnt.r.i' -:
Cassette, tinted windows, chrome RO ILERPUPPIESwillbereadyforChristmas. 12 PD 68th near pond. Call II rots, do all lh. cuary procciilng, and all you n_d worry about li get
rims, sliding gl. window, rebuilt motor AUCTION SAT. SR 782-3417 8:30: till 2 or 1-779-0774 ling belongings Th. 116'
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& trans. Set of 14.38.5 RVT tires. $150. Call 964-7450 after 5 p.m. 225, 6 mi. W. of U.3. 301, 1 ml E. of after TFN 13 CHG t that beautiful n.w home you've always wanted. Call today and make anoppt.
Asking IBA
964-8808.(4tchg( ) (1tchg) 6 CHG SR 16 Many Items TO BE SOLD. to own a new home
2 CHG AC private beach,dock$375 mo. No
New ft used; and Christmas Items SPECIAL OF THE WEEK i
1987 NISSAN STANZA GXE,Fully loaded (YARDJS 964-6778.((4tpdr 7708)) 12 Pets 1-777-4501 or 4753468. (Itpd *HANDYMAN SPECIAL 4BR 1 BA frame home on 1 In
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(2tchg) 1 . .. .. .. I PDALICIA W. This li a fantastic Investment to make. You finer
2 CHG ," .". ". '. "n.. HAY ROLLS. Delivery avail 2BRHOUSEFORRENT.Pleasant Grove. I rent. Don this can upper and sale or
1984 BUICK SKYHAWK 2.0 liter,2dr AC, James Gasklns, 964-8356. TFN Fenced yard. 1 acre. Call anytime pass Handyman Special up. It may be months before another
radio, 4 spd. $1400 negotiable. 964- Carolyn Please Call 984- 300. (Itchg) 12 CHG 964-4847. (2tpd) 13 on. comes along.
6305 from Sam to 5pm or 064-5719 4X8X7 PLYWOOD CONTAINERS lor 3BR 3BA homewith
after 5 pm. 2 EMP YARD SALE Fri ft Sat. Bicycles, china sale Used exterior for sale. SM. APT. IN LAWTEY. Close to school beautiful lake front property. 135 on Sampson Lake with high pier,
1988 FORD T-BIRD 6 cyl. new tires. cabinet, table, lots mlso N.W. 29th 782-1543. TFN 12 plywood CHG and post office $180 mo $50 sea and approx. 1 plus acres of nice lawn.Th.home Is only 3 yrs old and seller
Black w/grey Interior. Good condo All Ave. off 301 N. ((1tpd R 7731) DIAMOND T ALUMINUM tool box for full dep.782-3949.ltchg) 13 V Is going bock to Jacksonville to work. Pleas call today to oppt. to ..II.
power. 338-4866 or 964-5326 after 7 PD size trUck$150.CaII431-1568.(Mtchg) CHG I I see this great buy.
1984 250 4 WHEEL DR. FORD TRUCKwI Hems ft clothes. 1341 Blanding Sl WITH GUN. Like new. $55. rent Close to prison. Call 468-1323 to, to see this beautiful home with all the n.w appliances, ready for your car.
new tires,brakes&muffler.Runs& SaretogaDHts. ((1tpd r 7735)) 533-2527. (1 Itchg) 12 TFN 13 PD S1 We must g.t a years lease at a time.
drives. Exoell condo Call 964-7886\ CHG COUNTRY LIVING. Area for garden In *ONE OF THE CUTEST UTTtE HOMES IN KEYSTONE 2BR 1BA from. home i
_. ((1tchg) 2 CHG GIFT SHOP ft ANTIQUE FIRE SALE.25- CONN PIANO excell.) buy. Paid $1600 Strawberry Acres. 3BR, 1 BA, CH/A, with chain-link fenced yard. This Is a great starter home or a wond.rful r.n.
75%off.Open everyday until sold out carpet, deck, appl. $365 mo. plus tal home Call for '
will sell for much less Call 064-5522 more details. This won t last long.
Bldg. at traffic light in Lawtey. (Itchg) dep. 1 yr. lease 4 mi. N.of Starke on
Comrherciai I *BEAUTIFUL
Property 7 CHG alter 4 p.m. (ltpd r 7728)) 12 301 to NE 50th. Follow signs 1-778- den with HOME IN COUNTRY CLUB 3BR 2'/4BA brick home with 20..35Ill
PDGOCART a 20' flr.plac. that mokes
FRI.FROM9TILL4Satfrom9tiH1pmDeo 0314. ((2tchg) 13 CHG a great entertainment room too. Th. "II
Almost $350.984-4269. home Is 1 with
new on
acre circular
a paved driveway.
21 ft 22. Lots of baby winter APARTMENTS FOR RENTI! IBR apt. Q
WAREHOUSE-OFFICESPACES.OOOsq. clothes, highchair, potty chair. SEARS COWorks 7729) 12LDSPOT PD turn $200, Its li el8o. fum 1 BR apt, 11\I tIoI OFFICE FOR SALE RIGHT DOWN TOWN Call today for more Information. ,. Enterprise Park on 100.Call 964- Women's domes and lots other mlso refrig wloemaker. $175 and 2BR,$200. NO PETS.964- Any type of profession could go h.r. You must see to believe all th.extras
5294, Diane Ely. TFN 3 Items. 2nd entrance on Grit tie Loop. CHGALUMINUM good $175 064-4191.Itchg) 2796 ((2tchg) 13 CHG D that comes with the purchase of this building. ....
225 ACRES CULTIVATED LAND FOR 7 PD DOORS. Reasonable 964- Good neighbors. Off street pking an appointment. Price has b..n reduced to sell. One time offer

LEASE: Location, 225A across from ,' .. .. 5405.(Itchg) 12 CHG Children pets welcome. 964-6601. IW *BEAUTIFUL 3 ACRES with septic tank, well, power pole, and pl.nty of
Old Louise Hunting Club. Short or : TFN 13 CHG room to roam. Call Sandra, Ann., Debbie or Cecelia today for an appointmenf. .
LAND FOR SALE. (mattress & bunper pads)
long term available. Call Casey,485- \ '.., ,,', ..",,... .uL.\, '." "... ." ,I $25,car seat &cover$10; Fat lighter ,Ii'-o',', '..c' ."'..,,.. ," ,; \ I
1266. ((4tchg) 3 CHG $2,50 3 bundel; dresser ((3 dr) $5. HELP WANTED; : RENTAL PROPERTY INVESTMENT family apartment bldg.
COIN LAUNDRY FOR SALE! 19 washers WATERFRONTSampson: Lake lots 964-4293 (1 tpd r 7734)) 12 I. ..'u. .." ,' ..',.. .. ..'I'.' '....' ...', 1 Slays rented by the week Great Incom. Make plans to see this money .
10 halfof equip newly 2,3,4 ft 5 on Breamwood Point Ap PDMOBILE E making property If you looking for a way to mok. some money, this Is the
replaced, one yr old. Dry cleaning prox 9.3 Ac.870 ft on waterfront.Anyor ", H POSTAL JOBS 11.41 to 14.90lhr. For Investment you n..d to mak.. 4
business not presently In operation. 1 exam and application Info call 219-
all lots. ((305) 882-0540 or 9646727.9 'F =l'liN"t'1 6tt
Including dry cleaning machines,two 769-6649 ext FL214 Sam 9pm 7
presses, steam presses, like new CHG days.(pd ck 25649)) 15 II Anne Terwillegar Brown Sandra Terwillegar iii .
cond. and ready to be used Can be FOR PD D 473-7541 964-4003 d
Real Estate : TO BUY
contacted CHQATTRACTIVE 9646111. (Itchg) WATER SEWER CABLE TV, 2 BR, Call distributors Mike ft Ra-- WQ &Ga >>. 8a G 01,
3 ;Out Of'Area: f 1 BATH 964-7498 TFN 13 - - - - - -
RESTAURANT AND mona Crapse at Lawtey 782-3068.


buffet Prime position No opposition MEMBERSHIPS Distress WATER SEWER CABLE TV. 964- JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA :,HELP:',:WANTED. f :H.'f'W; '\ NIJED; :
Brick bldg., equip and finings Sales-Cheap!Worldwide selections 7498 TFN 13 openings available In several areas, C,," :
((904)584-2833) 3 FCAN Call VACATION NETWORK U.S.and MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT: 2 and 3 will train. For 708-742-8620 '
VERO BEACH FLORIDA.A Rare Indus- Canada.1-800-73 250or305-771- bedrooms NearPrison.Call964-6) ext 362. ((4tpd ck 17729)) 15 SECRETARY/RECEPTIONIST (temporary City of Starke Police Dept. is now accept
trial Cement Block bldg! Five, 1100 6296. Free rental Information, 305- 468-1323.. 13 CHG PDHERITAGE pos) In the office of the City ing applications for entry level police
sq ft. baysl Oversized doors!George 7716331. 10 FCAN MOBILE HOME FOR RENT: 1/2 mile HEALTHCARE CENTER Operations Manager. General cleri- officer.Aoolicant must be State Cert
A. Fogarty Realty 2555 27th Ave., FLORIDA PANHANDLE tracts from 10 to from city. Furnished. 468-1323 TFN new 60-bed skilled nursing facility In cal work associated with the day to
Vero Beach, FL 32960. 407-567- 400 acres.$730 per acre up. 20 min. 13 CHG Macclenny Is seeking a RN for the day operation of the office. Durationof at school least 19 yrs.of All age interested and have a high

0700 3 FCANMOBILE to the Gulf! of Mexico. Planned golf! LOW RENT, fum. efficiency rooms, very pos. of Dir. of Nursing Svs. MUST assignment, aproxlmately 6 mts are to pick diploma applications at parties Starke
have Mgmt ft Supervisory skills anda Apply at Personnel Office, of up
course. Flexible terms ((904)835-) clean ft quiet Air ft heat South on City City Hall and return completed appl.
Geriatric bckgmd. Call Mr. Coop 1- Starke. City Hall 209 N. Thompson
HOMES 4153 10 FCAN 301. 964-5687.pd ck 426)) the Police
to Starke later
Dept no
259-4873,9-5 Mod-Fri.EOE.(2tchg( ) St Applica will be accepted until 5
BUY A GIFT THAT LASTS FOREVER. 13 PD than Deo. 31. ((2tchg) 15
I FOR SALE Mountain land by Owner$100 down, WALDO VILLAS UNDER NEW MGMT. 15 CHGHOSPITAL p.m. Deo. 21. ((2tchg) 15 CHG
owner financing, near Blue Ridge 1, 2 ft 3BR apts Centrally located JOBS. Start $6.80/hr. your CHG
I PRICE REDUCED I We have built new Pkwy (NC) 10 acre tracts, camping, between Starke ft GVIIIe Equal area. No expo nec. For Info call 1-900- TRUCKDRIVERS-Poole Truck Line pays
home and must sell this 12x55 Mobile hunting, retirement or permanent Housing Opp. 468-1971. TFNpt( pd 226-9399 ext. 1799 6 am-8 pm 7 drivers mile w/1 yr. verifiable exp $23 / rJI $.; \ R: 'S ,tE'J
ck 1st
days $12.95 phone ((4tpd yr. 1 each after.
Home. 1980, 2BR 1 BA CH&A Well( home 1-919-973-8778/QL( ) 1-919- ck 0582). 13 CHG 15 PD Get an additional $01/mila year
10282)) to
pump)power pole Included. Must!be; 835-2281 (QL.10 FCANWANTED MOBILE HOME 3BR 1 1/2 BA. unfum, flatbed and pull
HAUL TRUCKING.Get into a high $01/mile
quarterly safety
molted Now only$4995O8O"Oreatfor on Griffis Loop $250 mo..$150 seo. demand career as an .. bonus W. offer. 2 BR COUNTRY.HOME-on.J..acre, Ige ,
owneroperator.with company pd. health
home) Call Ivgrm, sitting rm w/ lovely fireplace
2nd ;
home or Call leave
starter dep. 064-2999 message
North American 'Van' Lines) life Ins, dental plan and 401 K Screened
porch. $29,000. 964-
782-3634 TFN 4 EMP i ( RENT) EMPWHY Operate your own tractor. I If!you don'town plan. Training is available Call Poole 6827 ck
((4tpd 1229)) 16
PALM MOBILE HOME: Furnished, ?Homes for$1, Repos.GoVtGive one, we offer a lease-purchase Truck Line today?8-5 CST.At 1-800- PD
j, CH/A. W/D Skirting, screeend In ANTIQUES WANTED. Toys, jewelry, Away Programs! For Informa- that is one of the best in the 553-9443 DepL B-64 15
porch,carport,utility shed. New 25yr5 pottery, turn., plastic radios, dishes, tion 50 49-0670. Ext R9579.ltpdck ( program industry. No exp nee. If you need FCAN . . . . .EI

overroof. City water/sewer on Ig rugs, linen, siesta ware, old bicycles, 052963)) 13 PD training,we will train you tuition free) HELP WANTED! MWR Club system : TRAMPOLINES .
fenced lot In Waldo.Immaculate.((305)) signs, photos, paintings, lamps, ad- OFFICE FOR RENT at 2117 N. Temple You must be 21, have a good driving Heavy Buffet Cook, grill cooks, waitresses -
882-0540 or 964- 727. 4 vert. Items, plastic Jewelry, vases ft Ave. Rent Is negotiable. Contact Ron record, and pass substance abuse bartenders ft cashiers. We : Factory Direct ; I
.If it's old,we're interested! Denmark at 964-5516. TFN
CHG glassware test Call North American for Informa- are looking for fully exp personnel. If
NEW 24 WIDE. Set up ft Delivered on Will pay top dollar for your antiques 13 CHG tion package. 18003482147. Ask you aren't experienced,do not apply. Round Galvanized :
your lot. $15,995 or$190.59 per mo. Mika or Connie 1-461-9854. (Itchg) OLIN'S SUBDIVISION, MOBILE Home for operator 97. 15 FCAN No phone calls, apply In person at the
Call 1-755-5114, Circle B Homes 11 CHG lots for rent, water and sewer fur- EASY WORKI! EXCELLENT PAYI) As- Service Club, Camp Blanding $22995YearRound I
Lake City. ((3tchg) 4 WANTED TO TRADE Satellite Receiver nished, cable tv available. 782-3333 semble products at home. Call for EOE.(3tchg( ) 15 CHG
CHG ft Dish for farming equip. Call 782- TFN 13 CHG Information, 504-641-8003, ext. ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for CNA's : Lay-A-Ways : .
4 BAS BIG 1990 28x70 w/plywoodfloords. 3997. (Itpd r. 7845)) 11 3 BR 2 BA BRICK HOUSE In Now country.tak- 9579.pd( ck 53315)) 15 Su-Els Retirement Home. 468-2619 We Repair and Replace
wood siding, shingle roof plus free PDWANTEDIII Unfum. $400 mo. plus dep. PD (Itchg) 15 CHQREPOSSESSED I
Mats e
TOP PRICES PAID FOR ing appl 964-5734 after 4 pm.pd( r V-Rings
delivery ft set-up. $282.20 per mo. COMPUTER OPERATOR I Iin the office
Can 1-755-5114. Circle B Homes LONG TERM LEASES on open farmland 7720)) 13 PD of the City Clerk. Applicants must : Strapping Springs a II
Lake City. (3tchg) Contact Tom Chairs Day-904- 2BR HOUSE TRAILER ft 4BR House In have a High School Diploma and one : 755-0877
CHG 542-7957 or Night-904-542-7050. Country.Call anytime 9643728.(1 Itpd year's exp as a compo VA Weekdays :
Save thousands Poor (4tchg) 11 CHG r 13 at Personnel Office City of Stare, 752-1999 WeekendsAFFORDABLE I
BANK credit REPOS.or very lIttle credit needed. We 4BR HOUSE ON GRIFFIS LOOP. $325 City Hall 209 N. Thompson St Ap- & HUD HOMES . . . . .

can Help call.Call 1-755-51,CircleB MISCELLANEOUSANTIQUESCOLLECTIBLES. mo. $150 dep. 964-8704. Itchg) pllca will be accepted until 5 p.m. available from
((3tchg) : 13 CHG Deo 21. CHG
Homes Lake City. (2tchg)15)
from $1
CHG 3BR 2BA DBLW1DE on 1/2 acre lot$310 government !

MOBILE 4 HOME MOVING-BEST BET Trash or mo. $150 dep. 064-8704. (Itchg) PIANO PLAYER WANTED who plays oldsongsforsingalorqweekends. without credit check.
13 CHG
Bet for Mobile .White T.H.E.APARTMENTS
Home MOVERS.moving Your and Best complete set-ups treasure? D and D Research will tell 3BR 2BA DBLWIDE ON 4 ACRES. Ex- Elephant TaV8m. 473-3034 Evan or You repair. Also S&L .
worth of sell-
what Is Thinking
yours cell. location. $350 mo. $150 dep.
Ralph Bryan, owner. 064-7724. TFN Ing? or buying? Other svc avail. 1- 964-8704 nr nrOR4-ain7.. .MtrJvil.-.... Ralph. (1tpd ck 1952)) 15 bailout properties. Call I

4 CHG 900-535-4900.18 FCAN Ext 632. $2 min. 1-800-682-7555 ext. 922 E. Brownlee St. i

::LQS-r' & ,FOUND\ OLD OAK WHOLESALE NURSERY & fiaVjffiilnsMraric e H-4021 for repo list Camp Blanding Rd. .
CRAFTS now open to the public. Starke FL 32091 :
Wholesale prices to all. Specialists CoHlsitt your area.SEIZED .
cactus and succulents Open Sam to .
FOUND SMALL FEMALE DOG.Hwy 301 -- 964-7133
064-2208or466-0130.(Itchg) 6:30 pm Mon. thru Fri. behind CircleW
5 Starke.CHG Feeds tore Rd 18 W off 100.((2tchg) CR229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 9646133'EOR' CARS 2 & 3 BR, family oriented with

LOST DEC. 11 Black 8 wk old puppy at 18 CHQ8COP laundry & large playground.
.LIQUOR LICENSE for sale 782-
Hampton Lake Boat ramp.REWARD 5 1367 or 782-3220. ((2tchg)18 trucks boats 4 wheelers .. FREE Electricity first month.
468-2055 ) CHG '>< { Rent 3O of your monthly
income if .
CHG tE'{ you qualify.If
'' motorhomes by FBI IRS you eam$3.33 per br..40
brl. a week A have 3 dependents
Fill{Dirt, Top Soil your rent would be about $112 a
( DEA. Available your area month or$3.73 per day for days
Small Loads of Llmerock left in the month for move-in
Large or
ERA Faulkner Realty after the first.Qualified .
Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer now. Call 1-805-682-7555 .. Singles Accepted.
L- Move-in cost can be as low as
$1O.OO. .
ext. C-3510 -
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house lor the working spouse Car any age. Hot meals. Located down- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b.submitted TWO M MH-$250 month plus security Blight for sale I
pots windows rentnls Get ready lor town Starke. Call 964-4770. ((3tpd) to the Lok. Region Monitor of- deposit. 473-0359 or 473-7057. $60.000owner will finance half. EM-
the holidays) 7823089. (pd ck 560)) 17 PDSTRICKLAND'S lie. In writing and paid In advene 2tpdl2-20-27.0003523. celfent Incom. opportunity. Call
17 PD SEWING MACHINE unless credit It alr.ody establishedwith LAKI ACCCSS-I 2 B 3 Bedroom mobile 1-800-451-5371. 1I12-20.FCAN FOR SALE
REBUILT AUTO TRANSMISSIONS for SALES AND SERVICE: All makes this office.MONITOR homes. $140 and up per month lake FOR fAlf-Attrocllv Restaurant and
most domestic cars w/6 mo warranty and models cleaned oiled and adjusted STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Geneva Rental, 473-7566. Bakery In North Florida. Seats 70. Dally II FORD 300 mONT RUNNNINO GEAR .
$195 w' exchange Ready to install. ) $15. New and used sewing RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 6mopd7-90-1-9l Buffet. Prime position No opposition. AND CARRIER for Individual suspenlon. -
272-7607. 17 machines. Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER FURNISHED EFFIdENCY-Aportments on Brick building equipment and fittings. $200. Call Marty at 964-6280 set
BECOME A PARALEGAL. Accredited RoadO 964-8733 TFN 17 THE TELEPHONE. Lake Geneva. Neat and clean Phone ((904)) 584.2833. 1H2-20.FCAN 272 or 782-3966 aftnr 6:30 p.m. TFN.
Mumber NHSC Attorney Instructed CHG Classified deadline It 11:00 a.m. Tuesday $275/plus tax p.r month$100 deposit. OPPORTUNITY-WOLFF Tanning Beds. PISTOLS- ......$$325.MM auto.$425
home study. established 1976. Financrntard NEED A ROOM ADDED your house or prior to Thursdays publication. Includes utilities. 473-2919. Commercial-Home Units, From firm. 4963521. 2tehrg. 12/20 12/27.
.I'REEcatalog. 1-800-669- mobile home? Need a roof or roof Minimum charge"It$3.50 for IS words, 4tpd12-20-27-1-3-10 $199.00. lamps-lotlons-Accessorles. BABY RABBITS FOR SALE 4961303. $3each.
2555. Southern Career Instil. PO Box repaired? Need a deck or a screened then 15 cents lor each additional word. ON LAKE GENEVA-2BR/1V4BA, Newly Monthly payments Low as $18.00. Call 1220.TVPEWItmItl.
2158 Boca Raton, Fl 33427. porch? Well do It for you at reason- If blllt or. mailed out there will be a decorated home. Beautllul) hardwood Today FREE color catalog. FOR SALE Silver Reed EX
17 FCANPAINTING able rated!! We also do weathenzlng $3.00 billing charge. floors throughout. Built-in range and 1-BOO-228-6292. 1 t 12.20.FLANCARSTRUCKS 34- $150. Silver.... EX 42- $75. Both
AND PRESSURE WASHiNG. Free estimates, all work guaranteed! Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171, oven, refrigerator, furnished. This electric with correction. Call 496-2251.
Quality work at affordable price.Free 964-2525 for James or 964-8593 for Keystone Hit., FL 32656 won't last long at$375 per month I $375 Mld-Fla. Hauling. 2tchrg. 12/20 12/27.
Estimates Cole Contracting. 964- Lynn. J&L Construct. 17RAKING deposit. Lake Geneva Rentals
4111 alter 5 p.m. ((6tpdt7538)) 4732919. 4tchgl2-20-27/1-7-14:! B2 CHIVY S-10V6,AT. AC,longbed, top. PERSONAL SERVICES
17 PD SERVICE. Call for appt $5 per FOR SALE MELROSE AREA-2BR Mobile Home on 1 clean
per great condition new tires,
HANDY MAN: Bargain Rates. Painting. hour. 964-2586 from 9 till 6. Keep acre. $50/week, $100 deposit $2495. large chest freezerIOO..
Plumbing Electrical.Decks.Additions, trying17! EMPNEEDYOUROFFICE SATELLITE SVSTEM-repossessed due to 1-684-6634 or 4753497. 473.1116. I tpdl 2-20.3533: WELL DRILLING AND SEPTIC TANKS Barman .
Major Repairs. 25 yrs Experience ,BUSINESS CLUB divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing 4tehg 11-29/12-20 Well and Septic Tank Inc. 24
Local references Woorlv 4-5405 OR CHURCH CLEANED? Work down. $39/mo. I-272-103I. COTTAGE-On Lake Brooklyn. Call Inch water wells. Pump sales, service -
before 7 a m. or after 6 i ,or best guaranteed. Ref. licenses & bonded. 4tchg 12.613.20.27 473-4840.2tpdI2.13-2O YARD SALES Installation septic tank, lift
results. TFN (pd r 7677)) 17 Call anytime for a free estimate. 964- SATELLITE SYSTEM-IIke new 6 mo. old NICE 2BR/1KBA-MH completely fur. stationsNew Initallatlon dralnfleld
CHG 4908 or 473-0713. 17 with tcrambler. Nothing down. nlshed clean. Avail now. No kids or FRIDAY DfOI-Saturday. December 22. repair Contact Bryan (Skeeter)
WANT TO DRINK. THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS CHG $49/mo. 1-272-1018 I pets. Coll 473-74B3. Itpd 12-20.0003521 Antique treadle sewing machine, ...- Jone-275-2004- Jone- 2752716.
WANT TO STOP? THAT'S Paying too much for Health Insurance? Cords. Free cel.cond.' large office. d..... Misc. Alter 6 p.m.. State licensed- workguorent..d
OURSI Alcoholics Anonymous 964- The National Business Association local deliveries Full cord-S, Hall LAKE COTTAGE on Lake Brooklyn InKeystonaarea. oldies and much more. 445 S. LawrenceBlvd. tree estimates. 1/25tpd.
3619. 964-4150. 964-6614. (pd ck 493)) has low group rates. Call 24 hrs. for cord-$43. % cord-S30. Call .forlnfo.473-4340.. ..4 both days. 1tchgl2-2O. 2/22 thentin
17 PD free recorded message. 1-800-669- Fred.473-964 I.Itpd l 12-20.0003532 ((2tpd)13) PD SATURDAY 12/22-6394 Cascade Dr., BILLS APPLIANCE Sale and Repair Ser-
CUSTOM WOODWORKING & repairs 4944.17 FCAN High Ridge Estates. New playpen crib vice. Buy tome, ell tome, fix came.
additions repairs, remodeling mobile HAULING OF ALL TYPES. Also yard stroller plus other baby items Antique 496-2090. TFN. 11/1.
homes cabinets and crafts Phone work. 7821543. (TFN) 17 SERVICES HOMES FOR SALE scythe one-wheel mower newToyoitove SUNDBCKS RAMPS Excellent PORCHES work WHEEL-CHAIR reasonable
473-4018 after 5 p.m. CHG heater llg sow paint
R.G.C.0052543. Senior citizens CAREER REAL ESTATE-We Train. Wat- sprayer, blow torch. Jensen car price. 4963521. 12/20 TFN.
COOL OFF In this above ground pool In
special rate. (TFN) 17 BUSINESS IMNCOI-lt ton R.altY Corp.h.ld 473-4616 at KeystoneMelroseAmerican chg8/30' tin the summer. Stay toosty warm by this speakers, other Items low prices. Hwy. 229 couth Sanderson. AlbertAndrew.
CHG 473-3956. 1IpdI2.20.0003530AUTOMOTIVE
wood slave In the winter. 3BR/2BA. .
496-1131 496-2164
R.M. BROWNING MOBILE HOME Legion Post 202 on Hwy 21 Brick. Fenced.. Established subdivisionIn or Hwy.
MOVERS and Call 755-3753 on Saturday nlghtt at 7 p.m. and on
set-ups. city limits. Assumable mortgagewith EXCLAVATOR. DUMP TRUCKS,
for PDWATER free estimates. ((4tpd) 17 WOLFF TANNING BEDS: Commercial, 3mot.pdlO-4/12-20 Sunday afternoons at 2 p.m. no qualifying. 79000. 4733756. WELLS DRILLED PUMPS TANKS, SEP

home units from 19900. Lamps, GOLD CREDIT CARD-S5.000. Credltlln., TFN TRANSMISSIONS-Rebuilt automatic TIC SAND DRAIN FIELDS SEPTIC
SPECIALISTPump: and well
transmissions for most domestic cars TANKS, FILL DIRT TRAILER POLES
lotions accessories. Monthly payments regardless of credit cash odvancet,
repair, all makes and models Lifelong
lowat$18.00.Call today.FREE Vita/Mottercard Guaranteed no with 6 months warranty. $199 w/ex- CULVERTS. Give u* a call we can do It
resident with
many years experience color 1-800-228-6292. I-900-990-1100 change. Ready to Install. 12727607. oil. 4tpd. 12/20 1/10.
catalog. security depotit.
Call Collier Gntfis at 964-
20 FCAN fee. 0003371
6529(pd r7687)TFN 17LOOKING
DEALERSHiP' Top Log Andrew 496-1131 or 4962164. 4tpd.
Home Manufacturer, seeks dealer. FLOOR SAGGINDOOR BABVUTONG-ln my Keystone home. 6o.m WANTED 12/20 1/10.
to 6 $30./week. For more
CONNECTIONS. 1-900-USA-4-LUV. Protected territory, high earning potential Service for p.m. REAL ESTATE
LEVEL??laRue Leveling
Information please call Dana at to take small
full training & leads provided. RESPONSIBU-Party on
New! The Kiss
line 1-900-369-KISS, all foundation repairs. 473-7721.
with employment your 473-0362. 2tchg 12-13/20 monthly See local.
Need not Interfere present payments on piano.
Join 'Club
1-900-369-1200 1- TFN 17 CHG
AMERICA'S Ne.1-Live Chat line.
Models starting at $9690. lye Call Manager at 8006357611.
900-654-MEET $25/Call unlimited "BHENTWOOD BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK SERVICE: Sophisticated Singles. 1-900-321-0111, 31chg 12.6-13-20
minutes 24 hrs/7days 17 18006781424. Septic tank pumpouts at reasonable > ACRI LOTS Paved rood frontag. In
LOG HOMES88 427 River Rock Blvd. Only $9 per call. Call 24 hours, 7 days.
FCAN prices also drain line repairs. Starke. 1 HI2-20.FCAN Southwest Union County. Owner financing .
AMERICA'S *1 LIVE CHAT-LINE Sophisticated Murfreasboro Tn 37129.20 964-8121. TFN 17 CHG PAYING TOO MUCH-for Health Insurance HELP WANTEDASSEMBLERSExcellent available low Down Payment.
singles 19003210111Only FCAN Reasonable Interest rate. Call ((904))
Homesis ? The National Business
$9/call.! Call 24 hrs/7days BE YOUR OWN BOSSI In Wausau Dealershipavail. LOST Association has low group rates. Call Income to assem. 4963509. 4tpd. 12/13. 1/3.
expanding your area.
PAINTING&PRESSURE WASHING. Int. Investmt Is secured In'model ((24 hrs.) for free recorded message. ble products from your home.
4 ext 10 yrs. exp. Victor Clemons new homes In the 20's.Don't pass this SET OF KEYS-Wlth knife and shoehorn 1-800.869-4944. It 12-20.FCAN 504.646.1700 Dept.. P5425.2tpd12.13.20.0003402. MOBILE HOMES
Painting Contractor. 964-6189 after opportunity up. Call for info 813-676- Call Bill at 4733849. 1tpdl2-20.0003519
5. ((51pd r. 7692)17) PD 9390. ((3tchg) 20 CHG CLOSEOUT- 190 14 WIDE $8995 or $116
per month. Free Delivery with In 50
"" SEIZED CARS .trucks boats mile Call 1-733-3114. Circle B Home.
Merry: Christmas lake City Fl.'
BANK REPOS Save thousands, poor

Don't Let it Wait 4 wheelers motorhomes, by FBI can credit h.lp.or very Call little needed Circle, we B

Call Bulldozing By Pate IRS DEA. Available 4 Home BEDROOM, lake, 190 City SIX70 Fl. with plywood

:1 your area floors, wood siding shingle root, plus
Land Clearing tree delivery and "'-up. S282.20/mo.
Call 1-733-5114. Circle B Home Lake
Root Raking Septic Mounds now. 1-805-682-7555 ext. City, Fl. 12/13 12/27
Over 50 Units In Stock Mobile Home Spotting Hauling ,

WAS NOW Demolition Llmerock C3130.REPOSSESSED FOR RENT
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76 CASUAL 18' 7,900 3,995 Driveways Excavation-- Ponds Top Clay ...n'.z.::;::".... ._+.rfr': ; i 1 rvn''n .."., ... r 4.m '
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office by this Friday, Dec. 28

Post 1016'B Third Annual executive praised the two officers I
Covered Dish Social and Christina for their dedication in advancing the OPENERS
Party at the Starke Golf and Country elms and objectives of the Auxiliary.She I SOLAR POWERED GATE
Club last week; turned out to be a then presented each with gold I
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award-winning accomplishment to match, as tokens of appreciationfor 'y I
In the last named category 1 Brad- their efforts. (District 14 encompasses Ill1I1WtlUW11W! (904)( 4625495 S Year Limited Warranty,
ford High School Senior, Sharea nine Posts in seven North
Marchelle Sanford,wan presented a Central Florida Counties). ,r, I
gold pin and check for $100 for her w
entry In the VFW National voice of The National VOD program is an .

Democracy (VOD) Scholarship Pro- annual event open to high school I. l1mIl! : t
gram. Sharea, 17-year old daughterof students In the 10th, 11th and 12th ....' '
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Sanford of grades. The competition for more a ;w '# ".. t I I
Keystone Heights, titled her entry than$60,000 in National Scholarshipsand .roll"
"Democracy: Vanguard to more than $1.4 million In local .
Freedom. The program Is sponsored District and State awards, entails ...........,-" Jones Craft hop
locally by the Bradford County writing and recording a three to five
Memorial Post 1016. based in Starke. minute script covering each year's

mance Awards of for their excellence Ladies in Auxiliary perfor- assigned this year patriotic Is "Democracy-The theme.The theme ____________ 2117 N. Temple Ave.

duties, were presented to President Vanguard of Freedom.". r j i (across from Sunshine Motel)
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Rose to
Secretary In her script,which Post 1016 VOD ii
Rose Belk by VFW District 14 Presi- Chairman David Barber asked her
dent Phyllis H. Riddle. The District to read, Sharea told a hushed 'audience 17 year old Sharea Marchelle Sanford b presented a gold pin and a i GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
in an obvious reference to check for $100 the won In the Voice of Democracy Scholarship
events in the Persian Gulf, that program at the VFW annual Christmas party. It
freedom "Is self defined. To 4
i Americans it Is the right to freedom
of expression of life, liberty and thePUI'IIult way in. The role, played by a says Commander Piombino. only
happiness. somewhat slimmer District 14 Com- mentions about half what our friendly
mander Joe Hickey for the third community-minded merchants
"To the Arabs;" she added, "it is year in a row, drew this wry com- businesses and friends donated to
nothing short of liberation. To some, ment from husky 12-year-old Matthew make this a truly memorable event 25 % off Entire StockLast
freedom will come only when it is accompanied Rittman: 'Lookll like Santa for our war veterans and their
by death. For others, it was on a low-fat diet I" But Santa families.
will never come. They will never had a gift and little chat with every

know its taste.the Its ios sweetness; they will of freedom never reap nor youngster there-including Matthew. MC handled chores by during the Commander the eveningwere Business Day is Christmas Even

this year's party ably assisted by President McGuinn,

Then in a qulety voice, she con was whirlwind, rapid-fire drawingfor Sr. Vice Commander Robert So Hurry and SAVE
cluded: "but as long as there are na- more than 20 door prizes. Included McGuinn and Post Jr. (as well as
tions willing to the torch of were free dinners and luncheonsat District Jr.) Vice Commander Mar-
freedom, and carry remember that some of the finest eating places In tin C. Smith. Post Chaplain William Open 10 am ti16 pm
Starke certificates Belk offered the invocation and a
freedom is not free, so shall ; supermarket gift
democracy lead the "The reac- : professional hair cub: a special prayer for our armed forces
tion of the veterans way. and their frozen Christmas turkey; a portable involved in Desert Shield. Chairmanof t we t..
families to Sharea's presentationwas stereo amplifier system. And that the Party Committee was Post
her Trustee Walter J. Frick, Jr
inspiring, as is background.She
is one of 11 children in the San-
ford household. She is an A/B Honor -, -
student and holds the rank of Cadet
Colonel Battalion Commander in
Bradford High's ROTC. During an
ROTC training stint at Camp Blan-
ding,Sharea was also asked to serve
District 14 Commander as Battalion Commander.To .
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Jacob deU1h1l b ';Je'* date, the quiet-spoken, level
3rd year u the merry headed young lady has received an O O
gentlemen. ROTC nomination to be a cadet at
the Military Academy at West Point, O
as well as four-year scholarship of- OWe
fers from Tulane Boston College, O
Legion HoldsChristmas the University of Tampa,Universityof
Florida and Norwich Universitya
( military college in Vermont).

"This year's attendance at the an-
American Legion and the nual VFW affair was down some
Legion Auxiliary held an annual compared with previous years" ..
Christmas supper and dance, Satur- Commander Anthony J. Pfombino
day, December IS, at the Post Homeon noted; he attributed this to the fact bring good things to life. Panasonic .
Edwards Road. that other Starke organizations such Mom & Dad
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