Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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g'1 OF 1991

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'"I again sub-zero after temperatures only a brief for moderation dally highs in temperature along the Canadian there. border V.. tMtaliIjort.'. ....................... I

Increasing clouds but little or no rain to forecast for our area,and .... .... .. ... .. ...... ,.. :
warmer than normal temperature should remain through the It."' ,.." .

weekend and probably until next year. Highs near MP are forecast
for Sunday and Monday, New Year's eve. SECTION I> s P.gM :
The moon will be fUll Monday December 31, keeping the skies ,........... x.9. . .. .. .
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bright through the night, ushering In the new N_.. .
year. .. . . . .
"Once in a blue moon"occurs also this time,the second full moon Obltu.rl.. ... :
in one month. This happen oftener than think much O...HId. Adt. . . ..
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24th Issue Thursday December 27. 1990 USPS 062-700

( County tt

I V. Second 0'

Watch night $.rvlc.... ; 'pinionimination

A Candlelight watchnight service wA
will be held at the Bible Baptist sl

Church on Pratt St., Monday night, 4; On Conti]

Dec. 31, beginning at 10:30 p.m. ( 4 M I
The Rev. Grayson McNeil! invites ;

everyone to come and join in thiswatchnight By Buster Rohn several years. The closed landfill

service. la Staff Writer will have to be monitored for 20

Chamb.r Awards... A second opinion on a very slight years.Anderson.
said commissioners
amount of landfill contaminatIonfound
The Chamber of Commerce Is accepting in one test well will be soughtby should begin holding work shops
nominations for Bradford commissioners. after the first of the year to get
"Humanitarian of the Year and -t-: Commissioner John Anderson, public input In funding closure.
Citizen of the Year" awards. If you who fell heir to the solid waste Buddy Revels, an outspoken criticof

would like to nominate someone, ; 4 V assignment upon being seated on the commissioner's modus operandi!
please call 964-5278. or come by the commission last month, has aleady concerning solid waste disposal
office on S. Walnut SL, not later than spent many hours boning up on landfill issues, complimented Anderson in
Jan. S, 1991. ) !_ opertions and problems con- going public with closure funding.
nected with the landfill now being Revels said commissioners sold
BC Bd. of Adjustment... used by Bradford County.In the public on the $75 solid waste
assessment in 1988 by saying a
Bradford County Board of AdJust- the commission meeting
Wednesday,Dec. 19,Anderson spentan reserve for closure would be
ment will meet Thursday,Jan. 3 at 7p.m.
in Starke half. hour or more briefing commis- established with a substantial partof
raised with the In
sioners on solid waste disposal and the money tax.

BC Zoning Board... r landfill problems. truth, Revels said for,not one dollar has
been set aside closure.

The Starke Zoning Board will Contamination Found... Chairman Maxie Carter, Jr., ad-
meet at 7 Monday, Jan. 7, in Anderson suggested the county geta mitted Revels is correct, but expen-
Starke p.m'i for its.regular mon- ditures on the landfill have eaten up
second in a prior meeting,
oil the the
thly meeting. money generated by
on contamination found by one of the
r assessment since it was Initiated. If
monitoring wells at the SR-100 land-
BC Bd of Adjustment... I ... ':.I .. "", .r ...- 11 ." IL"J fill. This week, Anderson told com any Carter money said had other been set would aside
some area
The January meeting of the Brad- missioners a second series of testing
have short.Anderson .
ford County Board of Adjustment will cost $5,800, but the benefits are gone
will be held Tuesday, Jan. 22, at 7 Academic Pace Setters at BHS... worth the cost, even if contanimation said councils of the four
in the
p.m., in Starke city hall. Stralght-A students at Bradford High School for the Second row on knees: Deborah Nichols Brian Is confirmed.It's Brooker municipalities, Hampton, Lawtey county andStarke
second six-weeks are II-r" Canova, and Shannon McChesney. possible there Is no contamination should be represented in the
Stork Woman's Club... Front, seated: Jeffery Johns, Jonathan Smith, Jane Standing, In rear: Metlna Smith Dana Wilkison but a problem in testing pro- work sops.DER .
cedures. If the second test is clean
The Starke Woman's Club will Stan Mz-Hay. Theresa Juchnlewlcz, Danielle Smith, Janice Davie, EnvironmentalRegulation had scheduled closure of the
the of
hold its January board meeting at 1 Heather Safer, Mark Crawford. Department SR-100 landfill Dec. 31, 1990, but ex-
(DER) will
require a
.Jan. 2 at the tended the date in
p.m., Wednesday, one year a
third test to confirm one or the other,
clubhouse. last Anderson said.
meeting Friday,
Anderson said.

Outdoor Gospel Sing..., 14 Earn Straight-A's at BUS proved Plans by have DER been to pinpoint drawn the and con-ap- that Anderson the new said date he for got closure the feeling, Dec.
Is the final date
31 1991
outdoor gospel sing to scheduled tamination, and the county has until
will be able to the land-
Saturday, Jan. 5, 7-9 p.m. at the the middle of February to Implement County use

Lamp of Jesus Ministries, 2.S miles Fourteen, or just 1.S3 percent, of Honors English IV, Trigonometry, Sophomores... the plan, Anderson quoted fill more, and extensions.DER will not approve any
south on SR-100. Engineer Frank Darabi as saying.It .
the 1,050-member Bradford High and Teacher's Aide.
Free admission. Bring a lawn student body. earned straight-A's Jeffery W. Johns, son of Mr. and Will cost $150,000 to $200,000 to
Anderson Continues...
Mrs. Robert Clemons of Starke.
chair out the but that isn't the
; ', for the second six-weeks grading -Kevin W.:Snow, son of Mr. and Johns Is enrolled in Spanish II, carry plans Anderson said the search for a
,' end of the expenditures. ,Once the
.... .. ::._:: .;;. period which ended Nov. ad. "of"Graham."Snow" .
Kenneth Snow -.
-- --- -'R-ft.' ". ."....., .--........'-"-Anotber-e5- BitS students esmed- Mrs. ..,.Honors English II, Algebra II, .contamination is found,cost of digging replacement for former Zoning and '4
enrolled'hl.ltumamties. I/
The American Ladles Auxiliary all A's or B's for place on the A-B to GeometryIntermediateLeadership It out and cleaning up the area 'Solid Waste Director Darrell 0 Neal
Legion English IV Math Analysis, Physics Honors
Development/R.O.T.C., should with the
begin Immediately,
usual will cost a fortune, not even
half the
honor roll about
to sponsoring James Rogers in I, Advanced Placement Chemistry, Biology I, and Honors American commissioners preparing a job
estimated at this time.
In number. There were 16 seniors, 23
Jan the
concert, Thursday, 10, and Honors American Government. History.
BHS auditorium, beginning at. .7:30: juniors, 12 sophomores and 14 Theresa J. Juchniewicz, from The the planning budget money, so commissionersare was dropped description.Attorney Bill Bessent said com-
freshmen the A-B honor
p.m. : daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter
missioners must first decide if the
The straight-A students, by grade, faced with finding a source of
Admission $5 with proceeds goingto Juchnlewicz of Miss
Juniors... Lawtey. funding immediately, first for im- job is to be split into two or three
Bradford are:
the Food Good
Pantry. Juchnlewicz is enrolled in
Mark J. Crawford of plementing the plan then for the positions, one for solid waste
and ,
son Mr.
clean entertainment for
family a I
Seniors... Mrs. Jack Crawford of Painting Spanish II, Honors clean-up. disposal, zoning issues and other ac-
worthy cause. Brian D. Canova, son of Mr. and Crawford to enrolled in French Hampton.I, English II, Geometry, Personal Following a lengthy discussion, tivities, including mosquito control.
Rogers to a featured star. in Fitness Honors I and
of Biology Anderson said control
Mrs. David Canova Kingsley mosquito
Humanities I, Honors English III, the board voted to go ahead with
Dollywood Amusement Park at
Lake. Canova is enrolled in Chorus Honors World History. testing for second opinion.The takes very little time and should not
I a
Pigeon Forge, Tenn.Blu.grass Chemistry Heather M. Safer, daughter of
IV, Advanced Placement Psychology I, and Honors WorldHistory. county advertised for bids on be a separate entity. Solid waste
Ms. Gina Safer of Starke. Miss Saferis
Physics I, Honors disposal responsibilities will
Pick-In. the first testing, and accepted the
American Government, French II, Janice E. Davie, daughter of Mr. enrolled in Geometry, Driver'sEducation low bid of $3,500. The $5,800 quotedby decrease with the opening of the tri-
A Bluegrass Pick-in Is planned for Honors English IV, Brass Band IV, and Mrs. Richard Davie of Starke. ,Honors Biology I,Honors Anderson is a negotiated! amount county facility,and zoning activitieswill
Fri.-Sat., Jan 11-12 at the Dixieland and Teacher's Aide. Miss Davie is enrolled in Honors American History, Psychology I, and not subject to bidding. decline with implementation of
Music Park US-301 north of Waldo. Spanish II, and Honors English II. the new Comprehensive Land Use
Shannon B. McChesney, son of English III, Geometry, Brass Band Commission Chairman Maxie
Free admission the bring your instru- Mr.and Mrs. Kenneth McChesney of III, Chemistry I, Psychology I, Freshmen... Carter, Jr., said county ordinancesdo Plan, due to be in place in late 1991.
ment and Join in music making. Starke. McChesney to enrolled in Honors World History, and Fun- not require bidding for items No action was taken on advertis-
Camping available. $6 per night, Honors English IV, Chorus IV, damentals of Typing I. 'Jonathan Smith son of Mr. and under $3,000 ing the position.
with electric and water hook-ups., Physics I, Honors Economics, Euo- Metina L. Smith, daughter of Mr. Mrs. John Smith of Starke. Smith Is The problems are legion, from Anderson said it is time for the
pean History, Honors English IV, and Mrs. Cecil Smith of Starke. Miss enrolled in Drama I, Latin I, Health leakage of toxins Into the soil, county to think about hiring a county
of Trigonometry, and Teacher's Aide. Smith is enrolled in Honors English I/Life Management Skills, Honors revealed by monitoring wells, to the administrator,responsible to county
Care Heart..
English I, Honors Algebra I, HonorsEarthSpace commissioners.
III, Trigonometry, Chemistry I, estimated$2 cost required to
Director of EMS Cliff Chapman Deborah E. Nichols, daughter of Woodwind Band III, Honors Science, and Global close the existing landfill, beginningnext Chairman Carter said, "John I I
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Ruis of Starke. Studies. think you've said enough tonight. '
will present a "heart lurvivor"course American History, and European year.
is enrolled in
at the Starke Woman's Club, Miss Nichols History. Dana M. Willdsoni Wilson of Anderson said closure of the land-
January 16. Economics, English IV, Teacher's Jane R. Stanwix-Hay, daughterof Mr. and of fill on south SR-100 must begin the Money Is Tight...
Club members and the public are Aide Marketing and Distribution Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stanwix-Hay of Lawtey. Miss WUkison Is enrolled in day the county hauls the first load to Commisssioner Ross Chandler
invited to take advantage of this op- and Marketing Co-op. Hampton Lake. Miss Stanwix-Hay Is Spanish I, Honors English I, Honors the tri-county land fill on Ellerbee wrapped up the commission meetingby
learn about keeping Danielle T. Smith, daughter of enrolled in Honors English III, Algebra I, Woodwind Band I, Curve or to the Duval landfill on the saying, "We're in a tight money
powuhnieatyrtto y. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Smith of Starke. Trigonometry, Chemistry I, Honors Prsonal Fitness, Earth/Space Duval-Baker County line. situation and we're going to have to
Miss Smith to enrolled in Woodwind World History European History Science Honors, and World The estimated cost of closure has talk to every Department and ask
Ladles Retreat... Band IV, Advanced Placement Word Processing/ Com. Con. and Geography.See risen to $100,000 per acre for the them to work with us and cut back

The Bible Baptist Church on Pratt Chemistry, Physics I, Honors Santa Fe Community College A-B Honor Roll..p.2A Bradford County 20 acre landfill,but wherever possible."
I I Street Is having a Ladies Retreat, Economics, European History, classes. ( ) the cost will be distributed over Other commissioners agreed.

Saturday, Jan. 19, a
I coffee at 10 a.m., and ending at 4

I p.m.A presented..special musical program will be Carla is Home Free on Fence BuildingBy I

Joe Cox, Floyd Cewart and others meals.In erected, saying the "fiberglass- or
New Year's Dance... Buster Rohn to serve liquor without
state prisons Bradford Commis- some other coated screen" being In-
living in the vicinity of Carla's Sand- the County
The Starke Golf and Country Club icY Staff WrH" .Board of building a privacy fence.of fence Is being wich Shop are far from satisfied sion meeting, Wednesday Dec. 19, stalled on a nylon rope doesn't meet I

will host a New Year's Eve dance, An error in Carla Adjustment s Sand- However but, a It type doesn't utlsfyeveryuuuy with the decision that allows the Cox and Cowart took the lead In protesting (see Carla..p.3A)
Monday, Dec. 31, from 8 p.m. to 1 proceedings west the buI1tL restaurant to serve liquor with the type of fence being
wich SR-16 near
Shop on
a.m. Cover charge is$10 per person.
Seating will be limited and reserva-
tions will be required. Call the club

house, ph. 964-5441 for. reservationsand Funds I
information. $417,100 Slashed from State School

Upcoming... Most all of the school board's attempts to balance the state Income So far there has been no cuts in Supt. Duncan said more money school district 90 percent of every
Public meetings scheduled in the $500,000 reserve funds have been and expenses. public;;education bond (PECO) funds than budgeted has been spent on education dollar goes to the
for the so the kindergarten classroom ,several legal matters.An example Is classroom, either directly or In-
coming weeks are: taken back In three budget cuts by "It's a great opportunity complex
Raiford town council meets:, at the State Department of Education.The : superintendent to have some slated to be built at Starke the matter of non-instructional directly. Three percent Is spent on
6:30: p.m., Thursday,Jan. 3, In city challenging experiences," Supt.Jim Elementary remains on track for employees joining the teacher general administration, six percent
hall. tint budget cut of $186,000 Duncan told the school board. 1991, Supt. Duncan told the school bargaining unit. goes to other administrative areas,
Rep. Chance Irvine Breakfast came In October. Another $4,400 cut board.It such as personnel, finance, or cur-

meeting, 7 a.m., Friday, Jan. 4, at came Nov. 2. That was followed by The Bradford school system was How Its Spent... riculum.
Denny's. Call 984278or reserva an announcement that $186,700 will originally slated to receive Is unlawful for a school board to Seventy-four percent of all monies One percent of the budget to spent
be cut Jan.10,Supt.Jim Duncan told $15,178,000 In state education spend more than it takes in, Supt. received goes directly to the on food service and transportation.Large .
tion.Bradford County Commissioners the school board Dec. 17. monies. Most of those funds are tied Duncan said. If there was not classroom, Supt. Duncan told the counties less

meet at 9:30 a.m., Monday;Jan. 7, The cuts total $427,100. And local up in salaries. But certain items, enough money to finish the year the school board.A and small counties spend a larger share percent of
in the courthouse. school officials have been warned such as building projects or school board would have to borrow breakdown from the office of Income administration
Lawtey town council meets at there may be another cut in March maintenance projects,. can be money, "but I don't want to State Education Commissioner Bet- on ,
,7130 p.m., Monday, Jan 7, In,city as newly elected Gov. Lawtey Chiles delayed or cut. borrow," said Supt. Duncan. ty Castor shows that In the Bradford Supt.Duncan pointed
\' baD.
'1 Brooker town council meets at 7

p.m.,Tuesday Jan. 8, In city hail.p .
5.4 Percent
Hampton town council meets at 7 Social Security Checks To Go Up I

.,Tuesday, Jan. 8. in city hall.
Bradford School Board
County Jan. 15 testthe amount of annual earnings withholding rate to $1 In benefits for
meets at 7 Tuesday.: rangements and other income also
In the Administration Building on I"A.0'- M..e.a.1..dll. their benefits received in January affect SSI payment amounts. person can have and still receive each$2 of earnings over the limit for
N. Temple Ave., MitiM MMMCW 1991, Moore said. full Social Security benefits. The people under 65.
Slarke city council meets at 7:30 A 5.4 percent cost-of-living adjustment The annual Increase raises the The amount of annual earnings required 1991 amount increases from$9,360 to People can have their questions
i p.m.,' '- 15. m city ball. (COLA) will increase the amount of the maximum Social to earn an earnings credit $9,720 for people 65 through 69 and answered by calling SocialSecurity's
Bradford County Commtosfeoen 'amount of 1991 Social Security and Security retirement benefit to $1,022 the measure for becoming insuredunder from.,1J4O to$7.080 for people under toll-free telephone
meet at 7:30 p.m.,Wednesday,Jan. Supplemental Security Income for a person retiring in 1991 at 65. Social Security, Increases 65. There to no limit once a person number, 1-800-234S-SSA
16, in the courthouse.: (SSI) payment, Glenn Moore, The average Social Security benefit from $520 to $540 hi 1991. A person reaches 70, Moore said. U-aoo-234-6772).They can speak to a
of Commerce annual Moore said. if If earnings are over the annual representative 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Chamber Social "Security manager in paid nationally to $602. earns 4 credits, the maximum 1991
banquet set for Saturday, Jan. M, Gainesville says. The full Federal SSI payment goes annual earnings are $2,160 or more. limit, $1 in benefits to withheld for weekdays. Of if they wish, they can
at the fairgrounds.- up in 1991 to $407 for an Individual Other changes effective for 1991 each$3 of earnings over the limit for visit the Gainesville Social Security
and for Living ar, people 65 through 6V. The office located at 530 N. Waldo Road,
People will see the increase In $610 a couple. Involve the retirement earnings,


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Right of Way Squabble Near HamptonBy

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Buster Rohn a quit claim deed to the 60 feet that deemed to have been dedicated to
KT Staff Writer was formely Warren Blvd.,althoughthe the county." In this case, the county
County Attorney Bill Bessent drew county did not then then has been grading the road for more
designs on a chalk board to explain a previously closed roads. When the than 20 years.
reed right of way squabble that Is road was closed the 60 foot strip Secondly,Bessent said, If a person
building In SE Bradford County off automatically went to adjacent property has been using a road for 20 years or
CR-323 at the end of SE40th Street. owners, removing the former more, he has a right to continue use
The squabble resulted when right of way from county ownership.In of the road, but that doesn't make it
Michael Brunettl,a Bradford Middle essence, the county gave a quit a public road, and persons who have
School teacher,fenced part of the In- claim deed to land It no longer own- not used the road before do not gaina
tersection of Warren and Harding ed, to Birt. right to use it.
Blvds in Hampton Park, which he It gets worse. The county has con- The courts will give a person ac-
claims to own. The fencing caused tinued to grade Warren Blvd. to the cess to his property if he is cut off by
complaints by neighbors Louis former Harding Blvd., the center of other land owners. It appears some
Sarney and recently deceased the four quadrants, although it is property owners may be denied access -
Resale bowling,who said Brunettl is now private property,used by school to their land if Warren Blvd. is
'r blocking access.The county broughtsuit buses.A blocked. I
.. F In the squabble. a peace keep. large oak has grown In the old Bessent said the county can
Ing measure, said County Attorney right of way and owners have built become embroiled in an expensive
I __ Bill Bessent. structures and fences,making it dif- lawsuit,but recommended the coun-
The county closed unused streets ficult for school buses to turn ty refrain and let property owners
In Hampton Park in 1968 at the re- around. In fact,the bus turns aroundon settle the Issue.
I .L7" i. .. ... ., quest of some residents, and the private property Bessent says. The county will continue to grade
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: \ legal description of the roads closed the road until such time the road is
apparently includes the Warren and What to do...? blocked,at which time it will discon-
Starke Elementary Kinder arden straight E's 2nd 6 weeks1st Harding Blvds.intersection.Warren Bessent said a criminal action has tinue maintenance beyond the block.
row: Brandy Tyler,Jayme Whipple, Casey Dopson, Rachel DlxonMelissa Brandy and Takelia Blvd II apparently part of a gradeoff now been filed with the State Attorney Commissioners Arthur Gaskins
Beard. 2nd row: James Aldridge, Megan Benedict, Llnsey Bellinger Elizabeth Bostfc, Brandon CR-323 which has been in use at over use of the graded road and Ross Chandler teamed on a motion
Bradley, and Kristina Jenkins. 3rd row: Ashley Douglas, Randall Alverez,Janet Cadden, least since the 1920's. and the Issue may well be decided by to continue grading Warren
Christopher Coleman, Mitch Griffis, Courtney Jones, Amanda Crawford, and Mark Randall. Not In the BC commission meeting the courts. It's hard to say what will Blvd. to Harding Blvd., receiving a
shown: Anna Roberts. Wednesday, Dec. 19, Bessent outlined be the outcome. 3-1 vote.

I __.._.._.. ....._. _.......... creating the the county's problem participation when it in Bessent said, "If the county Commissioner John Anderson said
of closed grades a road for four years it is. See Hampton page 3A"sunsnine7"
parts Warren and
Harding Blvds. .
more than 20 years ago.
Bessent said when the county
closes a road, the property lines -
move automatically to the center of Merry Christmas u

the former road right of way, with and aPfappy ,
each adjacent owner gaining one
half of the property. If the right of !N sw year to you and yours..L
way was 60 feet wide, then each adjacent
property owner gains a strip ---- --
30 feet wide for the distance his property -

Picture Joins Harding the road. Blvd. running gee Meat IeatAs
north and south, crossing Warren Ifou
Blvd. at right angles, running east

M.Starke owned and The three four persons quadrants, with were Mr. another year draws to a close, we'd like to

Birt (who sold the property to the take the opportunity to tell you what a privilegeit
present owner, Michael Brunetti) is to have customers like
owning the property on both sides of you.
Elementary: Klndergarden Straight E's 2nd 6 weeks Harding Blvd. south of Warren Blvd. .
1st row:Shakeena Beard, Rachel Benham,Matthew Coleman,Michelle Cotson, Shetayne Davis, Kassle Krebs, Mr. Saxon owned the.NE quadrantand Happy New Year and best wishes from all of us.
Dominique Long,Jackie Nevitt, Jesse Alvarez, and Kitey Alvarez.2nd row: Devin Baldree, Jaimee Patterson, John Farakas owned the NW
I KeAuna Sims, Megan Serfang, Lindsey Smith, Monica JO Reddish,Jessie Gockley Robert Rehbeg, and Glen quadrant, when the roads were clos-
Vickery. 3rd row: Indira Carlo, Daniel Kinney Matthew Dyal,John Fuqua, Brian Schiller Jason Scott, and Crista ed by the county in 1968. Mosley TireCompany
Sheffield.Not shown: Valerie Winstead,and Jordan Norman. The Saxon and Farakas properties
joined in the middle of
I =- .. _._ -. Blvd. after the closing, but Harding a "two-
: rut trail road" continues to be used
in the old right of way, although it is
on private property, and not main-
tained by anyone.
The 60 foot right of way that was 301 South Starke 964-6600
once Warren Blvd. should have been I IF
equally divided between Birt (now
Brunetti) on the south and Farakason
_ the north, west of Harding Blvd.,
I Iry and between Birt on the south and
Blvd.Saxon on the North, east of Harding

Bradford commissioners com-

plicated the situation by giving Birt.

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Starke Elementary 3rd grade A honor roll 2nd 6 weeks1st _

I row: Aaron Woodfin,Lindscy Sheffield,Dana Milner,Frances McKenna,Florence Jenkins,Amanda Fell,and Jamie Dougherty.2nd "
row:Edna Lee Coleman,Stephen Browning,Erin Elliott,Amy Carard,Phillip Hendricks,Christopher Lam,and Tiffany Ross.3rf row 'i,, <
Ashley Smith,Candice Lan y Chad Mercer,Jonie Starling,Brand! Faulkner>avld May and Candy Thomas. ,* ," ,, ,x .. d4i r0IY

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Starke Elementary 4,5th grade A honor roll 2nd 6 weeks1st

row Catherine Vickery Jessica Baldree, Will Hartley Lindsi Luke,Shital Patel.Heather Patton, Macy
I Stephens, Kristen Wainwright, and Sekennia Bell. 2nd row:Amy Greene, Michelle Smith,Carrie Thompson, Kim
Pharis,J.C.Collins, Morgan Fill,Tina Padgett,Alphonso Pernell,and Lorraine Curtner.3rd row: Emily Sellers,
Julie Widner, Renae Morgan,Amanda Stacy Morris Mahoney Christopher Kinney Crystal Melvin', DipH Patel,
and Tiffany Ratliff.

(from page IA)
AHonor Roll.
.. Gregory P. Marshall Dana M.Hetal K.Patel,Smita S. Patel Keith
The 65 students on the A-B honor Newsome Candice A. Norman, A. Santana.
roll, by grade, are:
1991 Ford F-15O
Seniors... Leslie M. Banks, ,
Michael L. Becker, Jennifer L. Ben- dY 133" wheelbase electronic automatic
nett, Joel A. Caren, Joshua S. ,
Crawford, Brad L. Hamilton Larry
overdrive air AM/FM
P. Hurst, Bryan G. King, John C. conditioning radio,
King, Walter C. Little, Melanie P. .
fuel tanks PS PB headliner.
Newman, Sharea M. Sanford, DavidA. auxiliary ,
Smith, Stephen P. Turnblom, -.
Randy O. Underhill, Latasha S.
Terms Listed Apply To Qualified Applicants
Juniors... Josh A. Bula, Mary Q
E. Coleman Kelly A. Duncan Shan-
non L. Elliott Timothy E.Gowens
Brian K. Hall Deana A. Holiday. G -
Sean F. Jones, Amanda K. Loper u I t c.tCitatro111 O
Michael D. McKinney, Lamont S.
Mosley, Rebecca L. Nugent, Nor-
man J. Redding, Melissa D.Salmon
Kristen M. Sapp, Marley A. Sellers,
Jimmy E. Smith, Christopher T.
Snow. Rita N. Stepheny, April D. ..eWe -
Taylor, Christopher B. Thompson 4 r I
Brenda A. Williams, Richard A.

Sophomores... Angle D.
Baldree,Christopher M. Bloomfield, ring in the New Year with D
Emily D.Bradford,Ethan R. Caren D
Curtis W. Ford, Joshua J. Gal ano, our thanks for your fine support.
Shawn L. Tammy L. Olive, t ? Cad tramJackionvDIi
James L. Parade, Erica L. Pfen- taOWl6'i3T2' >
nlgere Dottle R. Prevbatt, John G. Joans fashions
Ripplinger. t 3813473
Freshmen... James H. Autry Starke Plaza 114-72CO
Dawn L. Brown, Brittany J. Bula
Jason M. Greene, Crystal L. Greer 964-7651 209 W MADISON STARKE, FLPaRe
Stacy A. Johnson Peter C.Juchnlewlcz. I/
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Veterans Memorial To List War CasualtiesBy I I Hampton from page 2A I Ihe

Joe Glssy abstained from voting, but gaveno
Casualties Listed... reason. Chairman Maxie Carter,
leT Won WriterThe World War It KIIM In AcMom Jr., said the vote was 3-1, and bang
: of Starke In
City ,
cooperationwith Willie J. JOHOfMM ed the gavel.Realtor .
the two veterans organizations
in the county, The American Ungford
Legion Richard. a. Whit. Says...
and the VFW (Veterans of
Foreign Died .In Bgrwlta, not .. 01 result d.nerwv Realtor/Developer Ralph Bryan Is
Wars), and with former
Charlie representing the owner of Hidden
Schaefer the
driving Rue..Dovglo ..rt Henry Geese Oaks a 256-acre subdivision owned
force,have given a ahead to
.Unler Drake Ira McKlnnoyNick by Ronnie Davis.
Starke Elementary 1st grade A honor toll 2nd 6 weeks ting Veterans monuments Memorial in the Park city's new Johns Her_Crosby Bryan says if the Warren and Har
1st rowi Suzann Whittle,JamIe Lyn Register Christina Vickery Adam Wainwright William Thomassen, on east Inrfffi Minion ding Blvd. intersection is closed it
Paml Martin,Ashley Mahoney Keri Hendrlcks,Travis Browning,William Atwood+f Crlsay Browning,Trad dedicated to those World will limit access to Hidden Oaks,
Cruse,Stephan Falrcloth. Nlkkl Neats,Mary Randall,and Erin Williams. 2nd row:Michael Winningham, veterans of Bradford County who Want which is east of the intersection.
Isaiah Branton,Allison Cowart, Blanca Long,Charlene Farlow,Nichol.Myers,Heather Gordon,Duston gave their lives in service to our JimmCAMlmt' Soy KIte
Hamilton,Scott Tomlinson,Quarcena Anderson, Kurt CRandons,Stephanie Latocu,and Ka ey Williams. 3rd country during the four wars since Joseph A.Comvoy Johnnie I.tan Hampton Park, platted in the early
row: William Tyler, Monica Wheeler, Wayne Berry Daniel Crews,Pamela Farlow Sarah GrUns,Joshua Luke, the Civil War. Seebr e..o" 0..,..W.M.nn,Jr 1920's, is the subdivision In which
John Moore, Crystal Sumpter,Allan Barnes,Amber Carmichael, Keri demons,lyric Lane,Parvlete Lee, Four granite headstones, about Imwt. Delve Ch.....M.Blest the Warren and Harding Blvd. intersection
Sherrle Rehberg,and Monlque Fergerson. Not shown: Quantoo Sapp,St vi.McSpadden Michael three feet tall and 3tt feet wide, one --:- :. !" ...": It.."...A.....edr is located. Some people in
Massey. dedicated to each war WW I,WWII, Walter. O.0.4 Andrew J.......,... Hampton Park would have no other
The Korean War and the Vietnam Joseph 1'1"'" Nervy J.._.Jr. access to their homes if the intersection
.' War, will be placed at the flagpole in Reel .. Futch ....-.......?. Is closed, Bryan says.
Fronds M. ...... The property of Brunetti, Marneyand
", the park, two facing east and two 11 Im ..Shush
a:.. facing west. The monuments will be .....'1..D.HI"fen J_k I.lullI..... Dewing Is all In Hampton Park.

Inscribed with the names of those Joheni.J.nklns Rewil.Ry| Thom .
veterans known to have lost their W.TIUli'
lives in service during wartime. The Korean War
The stones will cost $1,400, accor- John Danl.1' Hick.The' HAPPY[
ding to Ray Durban of Durban Vietnam
Y Memorials.A trust fund has been set War I
up at the First Union Bank in Starke. Larry Jenkins' o / u V tto >
Robert M.N.I' Robert..'.....11
and contributions will be accepted Lawrence..KI........ Leon lutle Tried
there to help finance the One And Alf
project. Ch.,...R.Crows Arthur..Clark ---.-
A list of the known wartime
Jams P.Smith Ronald. .. Newman
casualties follows. If anyone knowsof .I...... O. Wockthaor
a name that is missing, please let .... ... ... ...
it be known so that the list will be ,. .. .. ..-..-..-..-see..-..-l sr r saA"i

Starke Elementary 2nd grade A honor roll 2nd 6 weeks complete.Information can be given to i CONGRATRULATIONS 1 1to
Sena Banes, Brian Brown Jason Benedict Jessica Brummett Abbie Kelly Robert KrolL Michael Johns,Ron Charles Schaefer,left in the front office
Whitehead, Prerana GosaKelly! McBride, and!Shannon Brooks.2nd row:Jamess"Aldridge,Brian Whipple, at City Hall, brought to The = the I
Jessica Carter Matthew Hull,Charles Johns,Allsh Patel. '
I Natalie Holton Samantha Jenkins,Whitney Alvarez
Stacy Paterson and Ceo Reddish.3rd row: Bryan Rosier Amanda Seyung, Undsey Joyner Daniel Mattox Telegraph office or given to any I O'Neal's .. i jsway
member of the American
LIndsey Moredock, lohnMveiJennifer ,Ryan Rosier,Kathy Starling,Jennifer Watson and Michael Osteen.Not shown: Legion or '
Morgan Elizabeth Hasten and Tonya RehbergCarla VFW, or the county Veterans Ser- I :-,,..-"" -
vice Officer.
8L w"w thY> i
Five names have been added since i M'V, 0"e?' -:::..- ..-:
I this list was first published in The ." =
from pap 1A Telegraph following Veterans Day \ ... I
ceremonies November 12, when the i ('"\{fan'V'2.0- o.". www.. :sow.. =
specifications for permanentfence. When the Board of Adjustment Bessent said his remarks in the Park was dedicated.Mrs. 6\0.9\ .. .. .. .. ..
= : : : : :
Besides, the screen doesn't denied Hawthorne's request for a June 26 meeting were intended to get Hester Hicks of Lawtey, a 92 \. I
meet requirements for privacy, special exception (to serve liquor), as much for the residents as he year old mother, twice a gold star 8L La\ :..:..:
since one can see through it. it did so without proper grounds for possibly could, under the circumstances mother, lost a son, Francis M. Han- 1:\ i
The ire of Cox and Cowart was its decision, based largely on objec- even though some people WWII, and again in the I 1AiC\\eUgOtJ ..:-.... -: ......
directed at County Attorney Bill tions by area residents. were mislead into thinking Korean War lost another son, John = ( Ca a"j \'V73' .. ........:.. w....:.. 1
Bessent,who represented the countyin Bessent said the decision must be Hawthorne was required to build a Daniel Hicks. This information was .\5 ". .,.
the June 26 quasi-judicial hearing based on one or more of the several privacy fence.L received from Helen Hicks Shufordof \ y0.>> I'm very prou
in which commissioners returnedthe provisions in the rules governing the The fence now under constructionsome Lawtey, sister to the two Marine i
request for an exception to the granting of special exceptions and five months later, is the result Corps casualties. I and Love You ALL! Mom
Board of Adjustment with instruc- the Board of Adjustment did not of his efforts, and justifies his Lonnie Parker of Brooker informed ;
tions to grant the exception "with follow proper procedures, providingthe remarks in the hearing, Bessent Al Crosby, Adjutant of the '--II-UIrrilrr Or oar.Ir l sr Iles I rr,,-,,-,S-II
possible stipulations." petitioner grounds for a legal says. American Legion Post, of two World
Cox and Cowart read extensively suit. What's more, Bessent said, Bessent said the only relief now War I casualties, Robert Henry
from the minutes of the meeting in when Hawthorne and her attorney, left to area residents is in the courts. Green and Ira McKinney, both who
which they perceived Carla Darla Christopher, came before the Cox polled each of the com- died in service during WW I, probably THE
Hawthorne would be required to commissioners June 26, Attorney mlslsoners for his opinion on the in training in camp, before going
build a privacy fence on the east property Christopher had already prepared situation, and found sympathy, but into combat. Both are buried in
line, some 400 feet from SR16to documents to file a suit against the little else.Gaskins. Bradford
the back of the property. The county with the Circuit Court if commissioners Andrew James Redding, U.S. ? Sti COUNTDOWN
minutes Indicated Hawthorne had 30 upheld the decision of the Said... Navy, brother of Louin Redding of t :
in which to build the fence, andif Board of Adjustment.
Late in the three-hour commission Starke, was lost In the North Atlan-
not built within 60 days, the special Bessent said the Board of Adjust- meeting, Commissioner Arthur tic during WW II, during an attackon
exception would revert to its former ment had an opportunity to grant the Gaskins took Attorney Bessent to his ship by a German submarine. Y2ECIN5!
status; that Is, the authority to serve exception and place reasonable task for. "deceiving the commis These five names have been addedto
liquor would be revoked. restrictions, Including the installa- sioners" in the Carla's Sandwich the list of known war casualties
tion of a privacy fence, but a serious Shop case, saying it is the county attorney' from Bradford County. If other
Bessent Says... error was made, which now responsibility to present names are missing, please contact As the year winds down,
Attorney Bessent said that Isn't precludes the county from enforcingany legal Issues and leave opinions to the any of the above organizations with
quite the way things worked out. stipulations. commisisoners. the information. ti xii what better time

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Industries Celebrates Successful Year with Christmas P:>rty :

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_ I Scenes From Christmas Tableau _. II I

I Another successful year of operation Janet Willis, Jim Ward, Jimmy Scott, U.= ." J .., I ..... __
Allen Hetsel and Bernice
i of Sunshine Industries and its supporting ,

I organization, Bradford Associationfor Bob Larimer, director of Sunshine Industries Among the major awards presentedat The annual pay going to clients plenty of opportunity to participate in
Retarded Citizens, was celebrated for the past ten years, reportedthat the banquet were: Vivian Mercer, averages from $60,000-$70,000, not in- sports and other activities.BradfordUnion .
E Tuesday, Dec. 16, with a 'covered dish it has'been providing challenging Packaging Employee of the Year; cluding those who have outside work in Vocational Center
i supper, presentation of awards, and a employment for more than 70 disabled Albert Allen, Woodshop Employee of community jobs H.L. Dye commends and Sunshine Industries have joined
f Christmas tableau presented by the industry clients in the Vocational Rehabilitation the Year; and H.L. Dye of Bradford the clients for their will to work. "They forces to help bring Square Dancing to
Restaurant really, want to learn, and apply
clients. Family Employer of the this area for the handicapped. Every
Employment Program,for the past five Year.A themselves to the Job at hand,"he said. first and third Tuesday, from 7 to 9

I New officers elected at this time were years. Ten-Year Award was presented to Sunshine Industries has several contracts p.m., Sunshine clients are Invited to
Director Bob Larimer, and Five-Year for making wooden pallets for come out to Enterprise Park and join in
Patton "The next would be to
Ray Norman, president; Jerry logical step
the fun fellowship music, and
f Awards went to Irma Long and Eva customers like Gates Corporation, and square
r vice president; David Dodge, place as many of our qualified Leverson. Fellspar Mining Co. of Hawthorne. In dancing.On >
r treasurer, and Anna Clayton, employees into jobs in the general addition it produces and sells through February 2, the parents and the
: secretary. Richard Welty is past presi workforce as soon as possible," Linda Volunteer Patrick Awards, Bernadine were presented to retail channels such items as wooden caller will host a special dinner raffle,
Larimer said. He commended Hillis Cor- fence for gardens, lawn furniture, pic-
dent. the com inne Corbett,and Bessie Griffith. and dance to raise funds to outfit the
munity for its financial and moral sup- nic tables, and survey stakes. A new dancers.Dinner will be served/rom 4 to
Directors are: Linda Patrick, Deana port, but projected that this will need to Supportive Employment Program best-selling item is attractive rubber 6 p.m., followed by other festivities.
Curies, Daniel Vessel, Marilyn Green, be Awards went to Winn-Dixie, Wal-Martl mats made from recycled tires in at-
Barbara Mosley, Donald Griffith, expanded in the new year due to stringent Starke Uniforms, Pizza Hut, Bradford tractive designs and mixed color
Bernadine Hillis cuts now being made in financial Family Restaurant, and First schemes to swt the customer's taste. Special OlympicsA
Bateman ,
Fayne support from the state. Presbyterian Church.Slowdown They sell from $4.50 to$8 and are builtto keen interest is shown by Sunshine
last a lifetime. Another new item is clients in Special Olympics events In-
-- .. "'".. . Felt attractive wooden cassette holders cluding bowling, Softball, track, and
( \ ... .. ., r-' Larimer th Sales of Sunshine which stack up to save space. They area other field events, on the county,
"; "j \ says good bargain: at $1 each. district, state, and international levels.
JjThIJiL1A ; products were off slightly in 1990, withan
: S"
I 1 ; ni. .. estimated income of$200,000, which The community can help Sunshine Industries This is a community project and
I" will all go for supplies and wages. He to continue operation at full volunteers are needed for assisting in
expects a further slowdown in 1991, capacity by subscribing to a membership the 1990/91 games. Volunteers are ask
making it necessary to promote more from$25 up or by purchasing their ed to contact Verdel Long at Bradford
community support in order to main- attractive products from retail storesor Middle School, 964-6800.
tain a full quota of clients. The operation from the industry's building in
New Year's Resolution for handicapped has been receiving Enterprise Park on Highway 100 South. Starke Kiwanians also sponsor a
I Kiwanis Action Club for the handicap-
around in
$300,000 state aid for its seven

r For Saddam Hussein and George BushSince In programs this source,but next severe year.cuts"We are are expected not a Good Times, Too ped life.who want The members to be active recently in community par--

state-mandated program," he says, "All work and no play makes Jack a ticipated in the Keystone Heights
"therefore, we do not have a high dull boy,"according to an old saying,so Christmas and many other ac-
Sunshine Industries clients tivites are planned for the future.
for state funds. are given
the time has come again for New and his boasts about busting "a little priority

Year's Resolutions, here's one for George butt" after an encounter with a woman
Bush and Saddam Hussein: candidate for vice president several

we've"We been hereby doing resolve is acting to cool(or it. rather What years ago.Likewise. Saddam Hussein doesn't intend Courthouse in the Snow Is Featured I

TALKING) like two amateur bullies to be seen as backing down to Bush

playing 'chicken', and neither one wan- after the President categorically ordered On Santa Fe Health Care 1991 Calendar
ting to give an inch for fear of 'losing him out of Kuwait.

face'. -, ." Monday's Tampa Tribune carried a _. T'I... w+'>v M 't.I'I/1'I1': ". -.... ..-..".".. '''.'' n+.,r'
5 i But story:by Lewis ,Beale headlined "True Bradford County's historic 1902 cour-i, r. i .
Georg tBush'.already lost face ,.. .s(l i1IVjJnbW .'''IIIH-' M '..!r.O ail !11:
Gulf thouse, now being used by Santa Fe, '. 7T'1.. .
when he reneged fais.vow not to raise .Victory Would Let Everyone Win by Community College,is shown above-as ,tats! jjtubl Ai bI"jbn.1 9ci1' wrY.3 a. in.6 :'jBlankets -)

taxes; when he flunked on his promise to Saving Face"thus avoiding war. Beale it appeared on Christmas Day 1989,sur-
become known as the "education presi- makes his point by asking, 'So how is it rounded by snow and ice. This rare

dent", the "environmental president", possible to resolve the crisis and still save scene, as pictured here is a highlightof
and the "anti-drug war president". Sad face on all sides?" He believes that Santa Fe Health Care's new 1991

I dam Hussein lost face when he bowed to behind every bit of shrill rhetoric is a calendar or suitable where for a Christmas it is reproduced col-

Iran's wishes after fighting a nine yearor face-saving solution crying to be let out- \

I ( more) war with a loss of millions of a solution that can be achieved by a one- tempera in the Christmas low SOs was morning a far cry .
,, lives. So what's the big deal about losing on-one meeting or through a third-party from the 17 to 19 degree weather sustained
a little more face by acting like adults in- mediator. on Christmas Eve and

stead of bully boys who can't even agreeon Barry Goldman, deputy director of the Christmas Day in 1989. It was notablefor
a date to get and talk? What Detroit its snow and Ice storm, but not as
together Department of Human Rights, cold as the freeze in 1899 which also
does it matter who blinks first, when says that more than 80 percent of parties brought one to two inches of snow that
thousands of lives of American men and who mediate disputes get them settled' remained on the ground for two days,

women are hanging in the balance? satisfactorily, whether territorial or per- killing the many orange groves in this
at that time.
sonal. This process is called a win-win
In the meanwhile, the world waits with settlement, where rational compromisesare Starke was fortunate to have its own

baited breath to learn if Iraq will refuseas made on both sides that can be lived municipal power plant during lastyear's
ice and snow storm which took
( Hussein it will) to
says with without "losing face". over supplying Starke customers when
from Kuwait before the Bush-mandated the statewide grid system, normally
This is what Hussein and Bush should r
Deadline of January 15, or will they con- supplying power to this area, was
tinue on the "yes you didno I didn't" and must do if war is to be avoided, and blacked out by ice and limbs falling on
J course of communications.If both can prevent losing what little "face" power lines.
they have left. Utility director Bill Weldon said the
worried that losing face will
they are
Starke had
plant enough capacity to
jeopardize perceived leadership Using diplomatic approaches the make up for any interruptions in .
qualities they can forget it, because trueleadership leaders of both countries must deal, with received from the grid system power, and were provided by Bradford River bank the water was' frozen
and food
hinges on diplomacy and abili- vast cultural, religious, and military dif- there were only a few minor interrup- fast-food Hospital restaurants.was donated by local several rods from the shore... fruit
ty to with differences without ferences if they are to reach the right tions caused by ice-laden limbs fallingon trees of every description were
cope either nation to destruction solutions. This is the ultimate test of their wires. The biggest problem locallywas Owners of four-wheel drive vehicles destroyed,roots and all and even some
sentencing "busted" water pipes, reported volunteered their services to pull skid forest trees were killed by the cold."
and the loss of millions of lives in order to leadership. Will they lead us toward a from over 100 residents. ding automobiles back into the traffic

I save oil, or for any other issue. peaceable solution, or will they lead us into Interstate highways In the area were lanes from medians, shoulders and dit- however Probably, was the the most two-day damaging Christmas freeze,

Obviously Bush doesn't want to be seen war? This is a question that must be all closed Christmas Eve and Day, and ches along 301. The Heilbronn Springs freeze of 1983 which cost Florida citrus
answered within the next two weeks. aU Volunteer Fire Station set up a com-
I Starke motel rooms were filled by growers $1.5 billion in lost fruit and
as a "wimp"therefore his tough talk motorists who here mand station at Wal-Mart shopping trees. It is believed
stopped the two to have set a record
t about "kicking Hussein's ass, his right New Year's Resolution might days rather than risk travelling on icy center to assist in rescue efforts, and here for sustained cold with the local
I response to reporters to "read my hips", answer. highways. Severs tractor-trailer rigs assisted with spreading sand on bridgesand radio station reporting 14 degrees on
sections of
I were Jack-knifed on US 301 and by mid Bradford roadways in Sunday and 15 Monday, although official -
day Sunday, traffic was being routed County.In thermometers In outlying areas
How New Year's Date Was StartedIn around the iced-over 301 overpass at his History of Jacksonville, T.F: reported readings from 8 to 11 degrees.
I I Waldo. Davis says: "February 8, 1835 was the Lows of around 10 degrees were
( the; year 46 B. C.) coldest day ever known before or recorded in the freeze of 1899, which
Bradford Middle School was used as since in this section. At 8 o'clock that was also accompanied by one to two inches -
an emergency shelter for stranded morning the thermometer. stood at 8 of which
The start of the New Year, now regarded But during the Middle Ages, most European motorists, and from 8 p.m. Saturdayuntil -- -- -' the ground for two remained unmeltedon
as a time revelry and carousing, was countries adopted the date of March 1:30 p.m. Sunday, 122 people and degrees aoove zero'', and tile actual days.
three dogs were sheltered there. minimum (including wind chill) was
not always thus. 25, a Christian holiday called AnnunciationDay : undoubtedly
lower. Along the St. Johns
The Roman Ruler, Julius Caesar, to start the New Year. Raises 1990 Hospice Funds Tree

established January I as New Year's Day By the year 1600, many Western nations The for
in the year 46 B.C. (Before Christ). The had adopted a revised calendar called the Terminally

Romans dedicated this special day to Gregorian calendar, still in use today. I p1991 The brought Hospice in Tree donations at First of Union'Bank

Janus, one of their gods who had two Great Britain and Its colonies in America FewSincere this year passing the goal of $2,045$2,000

facesone facing forward and the other adopted the Gregorian calendar in 1752, that had been set by Lillian Stump,
facing backward. The month January and January I was restored as New who was in charge.
derived its name from Janus. Year's Day. This was the third year that
Hospice of North Central Florida
'--, has sponsored trees to be adorned
Year with the names of friends and loved

"RADFORD COIJilCiiigraiil1 << r 1 ones the remembered holiday season.and honored during

,.RLQ, Hospice of North Central Florida,
located in Gainesville, offers the
thanks to highest quality of professional care
At1rVt friends and patrons. to terminally ill persons and their
We appreciate your families. A team approach Is used to
6N' ; BOB G.FERGUSON-JOHN M.MILLER : continuing good will.iiiji give comfort,support,and dignity to
pa.. PublUhtrs victims and their family members
prior to and following the
Published each Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter at Individual's death.Contributions .
the Pelt Office at Starke.Florida,under Act of March 3. 1 1879. -- cot, I are used to establish
Phone 9646305P.O.Drawer a caregiver fund for anyone needing
Subscription Rat In Trod Ai a': J16 00 per year;$9.00 ita month this special help during a stressful
A Stake Florida p4
CXrliid Trade Area:811.00 per year;59 W'x month I time.i .



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December 27, IfI1O TELEGRAPH Peg.5A I

Weddings. .
\ Williams-Mosley ociaC Events
Wed New Years Day

The children of Annette Williamsof +
Lawtey and the children of Larry 1tffL+
Mosley of Starke announce the ap-
proaching marriage of their llrt 4e > 1
parents. Annette Williams and
Larry Mosley.The All social Items must be submitted by Tuesday, 5 pm,

January wedding 1 at 1 will at held the Tuesday Starke for publication on the following Thursday HQ

Church of God. A reception will be COLOR PHOTOS will be accepted by the newspaper
held in the church fellowship hall
following the ceremony.No staff. If a black & white photo is not available,please
local invitations are being sent, submifa color negative for printing.
but all friends and relatives are
I warmly invited to attend.BawekThornton.

Need An Electrician? TFN
To Marry Dec. 29
Mr.t Mrs.John J.Bawek of Starke
announce the approaching marriageof .36 Yn.ExPerience All TypM B ctrial Work\ i
their daughter, Brenda Lynn t Single&3 RIM.Reuoncbly Priced Work

Bawek to Donald Thornton, son ofDonald .
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and Ursel Thornton, all of -- -
Southside 1st grade A honor roll 2nd 6 weeks Starke.
lit row.Omity Ue,Jennifer dark,KeUy Wagner LeroyOU\ ,Natlun Vanwckd,Pad Nuh,Michael FogtmanTiff Enosjcssica Wright,Whitney The, 29 at 7:30 will held at Trinity Saturday
I Wise and Mark Kulbjcki..2nd row Tim Raulenon,Clayton!! Mtnt father WlM,Ashley Atom Brim Adldr*,Thimofty Hannah Erica Siko,Shelly Baptist Church in Keystone Heights.All e
Brown and Mein Connau ton.31'1I row: Sean Drak ,TVeiha ShSMndnIa Taylor Edwud Cason,Jenna Cngg.Kyle ,Later Miller Ericlu friends and relatives are invitedto
Neon,Julia MibheD,Laura Reddish,Daniel liaylar andlen! Hightower.Not ahown:Stephanie PutchI attend.


Wed FridayMrs.

Beatrice Stansell of Starke
and Mr. Daniel Houser of Keystone
Heights are proud to announce their
upcoming marriage on Friday,Dec.
28 at the Bradford County Riding
Club in Starke.

Robert Elizabeth Mrs. Adams Stansell Adams of is Starke.the and daughter Mr.the Houser late of Our Hopes For T The New Year Are Soaring!

is the son of Helen Houser and the

1 e Otrs late Mrs.Harvey Stansell Houser is of Jacksonville. Wishing you peace, prosperity and
currently employed
by the Bradford County School joy in the approaching year.
Board and Mr. Houser is employedat
Kenyon Construction.All .
friends and relatives are cor- The
dially invited to attend.Have. Staff of
4" Upjohn HealthCare Services

Southside 2nd grade A honor roll 2nd 6 weeks ... ..... -- --- --- ---- Starke Florida
1st row:Stephanie Steinmetz,Jay Kelly Jim Fix,'ChrlsUarm! Delance",Amber Broome,Candace Cragg,Matthew Carter
I Thomas Casey Alison Chastatn Charlene Clifton Stan Hammond Tatum Thrift Megan Torode,Natara Wells,Ryan- a
Marchese: ana Amn Barnett.2nd row:Michelle Brandt April Davis,Kayla Davis,Gina Criffls,Nlchole Herring.JOshua
Touchton Jesse Colston,Gina Corey,Angelia Fitzpatrick Dan Harley tre11e JOlleY Michelle Key end Jesika Pombicr.
Not shown: Don Thornton,Amanda Crawford,end Samantha Anderson Safe & Happy

Showers... Engagement. Births... Y
New Year!
Benjamin,Caleb Crews ut

Williams-Mosley Straka-Quinn Randy and Peggy Crews of Starkeare ""-- ... ___ ........ ___ ... .... ____ I
the proud parents of a boy Ben-
Honored With Engagement ToldMr. jamin Cjileb Crews.Born on Nov.20,
Couples Dinner & Mrs. Andrew W. Straka of 1900.- He weighed 7 pounds and 11 Cox Appliance
Starke announce the engagement of ounces. He joins 2 brothers Joshua
Annette Williams and Larry their daughter, Carrie A. Straka to age 9 and Daniel, age 6. Maternalgrandparents &
Moeley who will be married on New Thomas J. Quinn of Jacksonville, are Rev.and Mrs.Bob
Years bay, were honored at a cou- son of Thomas H. 'Quinn of Cooper. Paternal grandparents are Air Conditioning
ple's dinner shower on Saturday, Waynesvttle, Ga. Mr. and Mrs.. Harold Crews both of.
Dec. 8 at the home of Mr. & Mrs. The bride-elect graduated from Starke '( I
Loyd Mosley. Santa Fe Community College and is M gan'ln'lttabyrcre: VS1' '
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employed by Bradford HospitaL The Andy and Cheri Crews of Athens, m
the bride's colors of pink and blue, from Glenny
using streamers, flowers and wed- groom-to-be graduated Ga. are the proud parents of a girl.
in Brunswick and is
ding Dells. Academy Megan Brittany Crews. Born on Oc- New Fresh Start.
employed in the U.S. Navy, stationed Beginnings..A
The refreshment table was tober SO, 1990. She weighed 3 pounds .
at Cecil Field.
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The wedding is being planned
Angle age 9 and Mandy, 6.
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Feb. 14 at the Edgewood Church of
Maternal what the all about.
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'rooster" cake for the groom. Pink .. 1"-4 _..... _... and Mrs. Don Scheetz of Cocoa
and figurines blue completed punch, flowers the tableset-and Classified Ads Mrs.Beach Opal, Fl.Scheetz Great Grandparents of Tampa Fl.and are Have a happy holiday and health .New Year!
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James Rogers to Perform at BHS Auditorium Jan. 10 I

Entertainer James Rogers will dedicated fans and friends an over Tammy Wynette,Janie Fricke,Holly l-
perform a concert in the Bradford the U.S. His electrifying performances Dunn Stevens Lynn Anderson
High School Auditorium January 10, bring his audience in to the Exile Lee Greenwood, Ricky:
starting at 7:30 p.m. emotional tone of his music,making Skaggs, Louise Mandrell, Alabama,
Sponsored by the American them feel a part of the action, not Glen Campbell Dolly Parton.
Legion Auxiliary and the Post, the just an observer James has also performed at places
entire proceeds will be given to the :II'i ."iu 'M iu., u like Caesar's Palace and the Golden
Bradford Ministerial Ministry Food unique_smguig_voice, polUieu_muslocica1 Nugget in Las y'e has been
Pantry. Cost of the program has
been donated by a BHS graduate -
who visited Dollywood and became 2vernts .
enthralled with Rogers performances
there. ,0i :,. :t e (II : $q.}'; V .
A James Rogers is one of the most "J. ;d .
versatile entertainers you will ever $"' .'II
experience. Singer songwriter, All social item must be submitted by Tuesday 5 pm,
musician plus a personality to entertain for publication on the following Thursday. NO
all ages,from the very young" to COLOR PHOTOS will be accepted by the newspaper
4 shows young froth His' ataff.If a black &: white photo ia not available, pleas
n, include: songs the 50 submit color ,
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and 60's, country, folk and ballads, negative. printing.
well music that he has -- -
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composed such as his famous "Fly clanship and down-home humor,you the Featured Star of Dollywood for
Eagle Fly", the.adopted state songof will love James Rogers,"The Enter the last three years and is returningnext
Tennessee.His tainer". season. .
southern charm and friendly James Rogers has'performed in For a night of pleasurable enter- r
manner are special magnets that concerts with some of the biggest tainment as well as to benefit the
_. make him so different from most names in the business, just to namea food pantry attend the James
-- --- ----- entertainers win him, so many few: Roy_Clark Ronnie Milsap, Rogers Concert January 10th.
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row:Brandy Taylor Billy Vlcl ry Michael Schlofman Jwnler Dampier Chris Olin,Kelly Open House for Doyle Conner To Be Held Jan. 2 Public Invited I
Connoughton,and Christopher Hobbs. 2nd row: Jody Elder Parecia Johns,Michael O'Neal,Allison ,
TougawnLori Musson,Thea Bell,Jill Gnann,Renee Smith, Regina Thompson April McKinney. Not Commissioner of Agriculture same place it startedBradford tional FFA president. During those

shownPamela: Reddish,Jason Lee--,and....Adam.. ....Marchese.- ,. .... -... .... ...""' "'- Doyle Conner, a native son of Bradford County. Consequently, a group of years he met and admired the work
County, and his wife Laurita, longtime friends and supporters are of Nathan Mayo,who served Floridaas
First Annual Sing With Wolves Pow Wow Set for Dec. 2831The i ends au open old and new making this possible by inviting the Commissioner of Agriculture for
at house in the public to meet and greet the Conners 36 years,and early-on set his goal to
piano students of Louise M. United< Methodist Church on Tues- Joy Stafford, Monica McGee, Lisa Starke Woman's Club, Wednesday, .t II c'Pt-tn4Pthpr In succeed Mayo in this office. '
Stern presented their annual day, Dec. 18 at 7:30 p.m. Gulenwaters, Amanda Welch, Kara Jan. 2, from 3:30: .to 5:30 p.m. Conner
Participating Erica Andrews, Conner had an tatty8tart In looking forward to
Christmas Recital at the First were: Mains, Lindsey Payne, Jimmy
Pennington. Adam Marchese, Lisa Conner, who Is retiring to privatelife politics when he was elected president "coming back in the final
Thomas,Jonathan Smith, Julie Pon- after serving 30 years as Commissioner of the Bradford High School ,days before his retirement,which he
cier, Daniel Crawford, Barbie has expressed a desire to FFA (Future Farmers of America) will spend at his home and cattle
Crawford and Jimmy Parado. close I out i his political career.. in the.......and....-went.,IP"LO'on to become State and I NaStewart --ranch--in-Tallahassee.- -

TIMEIs Smith Adam received Marchese statuettes and Jonathan of Christmas Recital Held 'At.. First Methodist-Church Last'7iuesday' -- I
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completed a Section of teh Progressive All are welcome to'our First An- as the Head Lady Dancer welcome but no food vendors please
Series Theory Text nual Sing With Wolves Pow Wow to Ronald Moses as the Drum Host and You can for $1
SideWe're camp a
On Our per night
Following the recital a social hour be held Dec 28 through the 31st at Jerry Lang as the MC.There will be donation with electric hook up for
was and the 7469 Hall Lake Road in Keystone hand-made Native American Crafts lights
enjoyed pupils exchanged only for $2. Firewood will be
proud of the friends we've made over the mothers served Heights.Featured and Workshops to be held Jan. 1 available to be burned In designated
sandwiches will be afternoon and through the 3rd.There will be craft
punch brownies and a
areas only.
!: Positively alcohol
and look forward to serving them in the with Don Nicoulin or
years cookies. evening dancing auction 4 p.m.on Sunday and a daily drugs. 'Aanimals must be
years to come. as the Head Man Dancer Rhonda raffle for crafts. Traders are leashes. on
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6 Tornadoes on Gainesville Sun's Class 3A All-Area Team
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Nine Bradford High football including all classifications,Classes LB Goodowns was named to the writer and editor for the Telegraphand all-state football rankings. Several for 537 yards and 11 more TD's.
players are on the Art-Gainesville 14.Six defense. still resides in Bradford County. Tornado players are expected to be Sheffield threw only one Interceptionin
Sun Claw SA team picked by High Tornadoes,including QB Sheffield Three Tornado players were given The Tornadoes finished 11-1 and on the list. 68 pass attempts.
School Sports Editor Buddy Coil- and LB Goodowns,were named honorable mention status on the All- were District S-3A and Region II-3A Andy Goodowns,8.254,205,LB and
ings.Two to the Class 3A All-Gainesvile Sun Gainesville Sun team, including all champions, but were overshadowedby QB Sheffield,5-11,155,Sr.,a three tight end, was of those players who
Tornado players, quarter team. Named to the offensive team classifications. They are offensive Suwannee High who won the veteran at went two Goodowns led Brad
back Reggie Sheffield and. were QB Sheffield, RB Robert guard Jason Norman, offensive Class 3A state title and beat BUS 38-0 year ring leader of quarterback Bradford's was the ford In was with 76 as an inside
linebacker Andv Goodowna were Hankerson,wingback Allen Jenkins, guard Phillip Crawford, and center and Gainesville Buchholz who won powered offense and 11-1 season high-, had four TD catchesas
Offensive tackle Clavton Wyatt Collins. the Class 4A state title.
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I ,1 Lady Tornadoes Playing] in OcalaThe

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..: Lady Tornadoes,3-1,will play Guard Monika Williams averaging
!I ) In 24.2 points per game, leads the team with 38 assists.Regina Padgetthas
Dec.27-29(Thursday-Saturday a
10 assists, Latara Jackson 9.
: Christmas tournament at Ocala Lady Tornadoes in scoring. Center
Forest High School. Aurilla Willllams, averaging 22.5
As team the Lady Tornado five Is
behind. a
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BUS plays Tavares at 6:30 points per fame.
.r" dayThursday,Dec. Z'7).1f they win, frnrwnM" ,Tno' n and. hitting almost half its shots,
the BUS ladies may get another shot Regina Padgett aie a et aging u bucketing 116 of 233 shots,a 49.7 per
= : tn'i at District favorite North Marion in points per game. cent average. Monika Williams is
..V Ilk ':' the finals. hitting 49.7 percent, 43 of 88, of her
The regular season schedule Aurilla Williams leads the Lady shots. Center Aurilla Williams is hitting
..' resumes Jan. 4 when the BHS ladies Tornadoes In rebounding with M 70 percent,40 of 57, of her shots.
+ play at home against Orange Park. through four games.Latara Jackson Latara Jackson Is hitting 40.6 per
N cent, 13 of 32 of her shots
.erCy Game Ume.7j3Q-BJn. has 37 rebounds to date, Regina Regina
rr Padgett and Monika Williams 16 Padgett, 13 or 29, is hitting 44.5 per-
4 each,and Deana Holiday 12. cent of her shots
z.J W' Consumers Warned

About Insurer Unlicensed in Fla. cu C I tm I I en en en en en

Commissioner State Treasurer Tom Gallagher and Insurance today [I ?I >r. G. Gray Flynnwill be on LJ

r Issued a consumer alert warning a leave of absence until
Floridians to beware of a nor
theastern U.S.-based union traiuac- D March 15 1991 to attend D
.. ._ .____ _____ t. ting insurance Illegally in Florida."Don't ,
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buy insurance from a com

. BMS Academic Standard Setters... pany or any other organization courses.
unless you know It is licensed to sell
Stralght-A students at Bradford Midddle School for William Derek Sid ere, Sarika Patel, Drew Wainwright insurance In Florida, period," he D Dr. Gregory Allen, Dr.Flynn's D
the second six-weeks are (1-r): Jason Libby Robbie Bassett. said.Gallagher's will be
First row, seated: Tort Heraey, Molly O'Neal, Shan- Back row Emily Hartley, Sean Connaughton, Brad warning Is a result of partner, j
I non Safer. Heather Smith. Barber, Lindsay Walkup Elise Slstrunk, Tract an Investigation by the departmentinto __ available to handle all
Second row on kneel: Jason McCullough, Naklsha Thomas, Shannon Bunker. the actions of Consolidated
Local Union 867 and Its trust, Consolidated [ 1 comprehensive and
Welfare Fund both of New D
York. Neither is licensed to sell insurance | j emergency care. '

I 18 Earn Straight-A's at BMSEighteen "The in reason Florida.It's critical that ZI Dr. Allen is accepting new

Florida consumers purchase in- M patients as well.
surance from licensed companies D
that's the only way we can help them
resolve future claims disputes,"

Bradford Middle School A-B Honor Roll: Sixth Grade... Mitchell Ames, Gallagher The investigation said. has revealed Thank you,

students, or 2.5 percent of the The 105 BMS students of the A-B Clara Bowe, Tara Casey Rasheeta that life and health insurance
720-member student body, earnedstraightA's honor roll, including 40 eighth Chandler, Erica Chastain, Rachel policies are being sold illegally to QJ'D5DDDDPeking
for the second six-weeks graders, 27 seventh graders and 38 Coleman, Christina Dawson, Kim Floridians by the union. According :
grading period which ended Nov. 20. DeSue, Tiffany Donn. Jennifer Local
sixth graders, are, by grade: to Gallagher, Consolidated
Another 105 BMS students, or 14.7 Gleason, Brian Green, Erin Union 867 is offering self-insurance
percent of the student body, earned Eighth Grade... Tanya Anderson Hamilton Danielle Hamm, James benefits to union members.
all A's or B's for a place on the A-B Carmen Bass Angela Gedwell, Hankerson. Kim Hayes, Angela "There's tremendous risk involved
honor roll. Josh Brewer, )Tonika Bright, Hilliard, Thomas Huggins, Jarrod if a consumer buys Insurance
The 18 straight-A students are, by Christina Broome, Missy Brown, Kersey, Michelle Konkel, Leighton through an illegally operating Seafood
grade: LeAnn Carlton Ericka Cleveland, Lee, RegIna Lott, West Milner outfit- the insurance can be canceled
Jennifer Darley, Linda Dixon, Kim Rhonda Murray Matt Odom, Carol or even worse, it's non-existent,
Eighth Grade: Douglass, C.K. Fuqua, Cory Goetz- Osteen,Sheetal Patel, Trent Patterson which means consumers won't be
Heather Smith, daughter of Rose man, Cynthia Grider, Amy ,Jeremy Pilcher,Andy Redding, able to get their claims paid," Restaurant & get;
Smith of Starke and Tom Smith of Hallmark, Katina Hampton, Donald Bryan Rice, Kelly Sellers, Tina Gallagher said.Consumers k
Starke. Hardy, Teresa Hulsey. Diane Shaver, Beth Slater, Jason Thompson with questions can call 3B (formerly 'China i Garden1)) :
Robbie Bassett, son of Mr. and Jacobs, Cassandra Jarvis, Julie Amanda Welch, Lindsay Wood- the department's toll-free helpline at
Mrs. Sam Bassett of Starke. Loper, Alicia Luther, Tracey Mc- fin. Christina Wooley, Katrina 1-800-342-3782,8 a.m. to 5 p.m.,Mon-
Molly O'Neal daughter of Ms. Cullough, Jessica McDowell, BethModesitt Yeomans. day through Friday. Chinese Cuisine & Friendly ServiceOpen
Maura O'Neal 01 Starke and Darrell
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Shannon Safer, daughter of Ms. Rhoden Erin Rodgers, Erin Slack,

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MOBILE HOME ID NO.CN63AI.I''!\ : ."ACDPW FORM NO. 13 minutes East a distance of 200 feet to

_._. ..- .., IN THE CIRCUIT COURT I i YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a copy of Rev. ((13/89)) aforesaid Easterly boundary: run thence
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ,' your written defense, If any, to the IN THE ALIEN SUPERIOR COURT South 02 degrees 05 minutes East along
ZONING NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR IN AND FOR BRADFORD Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney what FAMILY RELATIONS DIVISION sold Easterly boundary a distance of 318
Martin Russell hat mad application BRADFORD COUNTY FLORDIA' COUNTY. FLORIDA I name and address I I. Mark G. Alexander FORT WAYNE. INDIANA feet to point f beginning.
for SPECIAL EXCEPTION for Ham Oc.' Circuit Civil No. 90-410-CA RE CASE NO.:90- 6B cupatlon Real Estate to the Bradford FORTUNE SAVING RANK, etc.. SHELTON: THE MARRIAGE OF Square, Jacksonville fH 32202 on or OP INDIANA tan doton_. If any to this action with
County Board of Aduilment| on property Plaintiff Husband 0. BAILEY, ;I before February 11. 1991 and file the COUNTY OF ALLEN the Clerk of Circuit Court In and for Bradford
that I. classified KSF-I ord deKrlbed v.. and original with the Clerk" of this Court SS: County Florida. and serve a copy
below: BEVH.LE THOMAS OUTLAW el., CYNTHIA L. either before sevlce on Plaintiff's' attorney IN THE MATTER OF THE thereof upon the attorney for the Plaintiff .
Section 13. Township' 8 S., Rang 22 E.. Defendant. Wit*. BAILEY, or Immediately thereafter; otherwise TERMINATION OF THE who Is:
Parcel 05555-C-OOSOO. lot 3 Block C of a NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE OF a default will be entered againstyou PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIPOF Johnny R. Hobbs. Jr.. Esquire
replat of Mt. Pleasant Notice It hereby given that pursuant TOl SHELTON D. BAXLEV ACTION, Post Office for the relief demanded In the Com TIMOTHY ALVERAZ Johnny R. Hobbs Jr., P.A.
This proposed for to the Order or Final Judgment entered Box 1. Cedar plaint. A/K/A TIMOTHY TIMBERMANA P.O"x 938
request a Special Falls North Carolina.
Exception It tubect| tae public In this muse In the Circuit Court of irad- YOU ARE WITNESS my hand and the seal of this CHILD AND GRANVILLE HENRY Starke, Florida 32091
hearing NOTIFIED that action for
wa held before Bradford County Zoning ford County Florida, I will tell the property "DI..lutof, Marriage" has an been filed i Court on December 11, 1990.Ray TIMBERMAN. HIS PARENT (904)964.9700)
Board on Monday December situated In Bradford County against and NormanClerk SUMMONS FOR SERVICE not later than January 24. 1991.
3. 1990 at Florida described you you are required to of Court Bradford CountyTo.h.rAII.n PUBLICATION
7:00 p.m.. In the Council room of Stark A at: serve a copy of your written defenses, If Dated this 31 st of December 1990.
parcel land In the SWIof the (INVOLUNTARY)
City Hall. 209 N. Thompson Street any. to It an DUDLEY P. HARDY ESQ.. Ray Norman
SWI/4 of as Deputy Clerk Notice 4s to Granvllle
Stark. Florida. Section 26. Township 6 South Petitioner's whose address hereby given Clerk of the Circuit Court
attorney Is
Range 22 12/)3 4tchg 1/4/91 NO 753 Henry Tlmberman the obove-nomed
County. Post Office Florida I Carol WilliamsBy .
The Zoning Board will make a recommendatlon and being : Drawer 1030 Stark*, child's legal father whose whereaboutsare
to the Bradford County Board more particularly described 32091. on or before January 7,1991 and)' : Deputy Clerk"
o follows unknown that the Allen
: Commence at the SW corner County
of Adjustment( who will take final action of said tile the original with the clerk of this1 Itchrg. 12/27
Section 26 and run thence North Department of Public Welfare has filed a
court either before control...
on this application at their regularly service on!
038'IO" West along the Westerly boun Petitioner' NOTICEAPPLICATION petition requesting that the parent-child
scheduled meeting on Thursday. dary thereof distance of 200 feet more attorney or 'Immediately.thereafter FOR REZONING relationship and the parental rights of
January 3, 1991 at 7:00 p.m.. In the or 1 lose, to the Northerly boundary of the, : otherwise a default will be'.ntorod Patrick B. Welch t Associates, Inc.has the person to whom this notice I* given IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH
Council Room of Stark.City Mall 209 N. right of way of State Road No. 230: demanded against you for the relief; made application to the Bradford County be permanently terminated pursuant to JUDICIAL CIRCUIT! IN AND FOR BRADFORD
Thompson St., Starke, Florida. thence run South 8950' East along said DATED In the petition. Zoning S Planning Department for Indiana Code No. 31...,-.., and thai said COUNTY FLORIDA.
Those persons, groups or agencies Northerly boundary a distance of 6.28 on December 6, 1990.NORMAN'' reclassification of the property describ child be made available for possible Case No.: 89-613-CA
who hove, Interest In property adjacent feet to point of beginning. AS CLERK OF RAY THE ed below from RSF-1 to RSF-3: approximately adoption which said adoption proceedings FNB PROPERTIES Inc., a Florida corporation
to or In close proximity to the proposed From point of beginning thus describedrun Carol Williams 1/4 mile East of Starke on the may not be contested by the .
site, or who have other evidence to present thence North 010' East a distance of By As Clerk!: right hand side Parcel No. 0447900000. person to whom this notice Is given If Plaintiff
should appear and be heard at the 300 feet to a point: run thence South 12/.3"tcht 1/3/91 Deputy NO.743 Section 34. Township 6 South Range 22 such person to whom this notice Is given vs.
times and place described. Anyone who 89sor East and parallel to aforesaid Nor- East. falls to act within the time and In the CARLTON SCOTT WHITEHEAD and DORAG.
wishes a verbatim transcript of these therly boundary a distance of 100 feet to r This proposed change In classification manner hereinafter set forth. WHITEHEAD. his wile: ot ol..
proceedings shall be responsible for a point; run thence South 010 West a I Is subject( to a public hearing to be held Notice Is further given that the attorney
their own distance of 300 feet to aforesaid Northerly before Bradford County Zoning Board on representing the Department of Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE
Dorrell O'Neal boundary; run thence North 8990' Tuesday January 7. 1991 at 7:00 p.m. at Public Welfare of Allen County Indiana' Notice Is hereby given that pursuant
West the Council Room of Is Karen S. Walker.
sold Storke
along Northerly boundary a City Hall, 209
Zoning Administrative Official IN THE CIRCUIT COURT to on order or a final) judgement of
distance of N. Thompson Street Said to whom this notice Is
2tchg 13/20-27 100 feet to the point of begin EIGHTH CIRCUIT IN Starke, Florida. At person foreclosure entered In the above-
this time all persons, both for andogoln.t. directed must respond to the petition of
at public sale, to the highest and best AND COUNTY FOR BRADFORD FLORIDA ,! this proposal' shall be heard as the Allen County Department of Public captioned action I will sell the property

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT bidder for cash. at the front door of the CASE NO.1 9O-667.A specified In the Bradford County Zoning Welfare by appearing In person or by attorney situated In Bradford County Florida.
Bradford Codes. The Zoning Board will within thirty (30)) days after thola.t described as:
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA County Courthouse In Starke, BARNETT BANK OF make arecommendation
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Florida at 11:00 a.m., on 11 January N.A.. JACKSONVILLE to the Bradford County publication of this notice and incase A parcel of land lying In the SW 1/4 of
Commission such falls to do SW 1/4 of Section 28. Township' 6 South.

Court No.90-427-Ov.J-U 1991. Plaintiff on this application at their person so, judgment
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA RAY NORMAN v.. prescheduled hearing to be h.ld by default may be entered against Range 22 East In the City of Stark., Bradford -
Plaintiff. Clerk of the Circuit Court ANTHONY GRIFFIN as the last Wednesday January 23 1991 at 7:30 that person and his parental rights may County Florida said parcel beingmore
v. By: Carol Williams known heir of DAVID K. RAY. p.m.. In the Commissioners Room of be permanently terminated. particularly described as follows:
BECKY A. COLEMAN Deputy Clerk and THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE i ideceased Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, Dated this 3rd day of December. 1990. Commence at the Intersection of the
12/64tchg 12/27 No.740 HEIRS DEVISEES GRANTEES, Florida.At this time the Bradford County Connie l. Campbell South boundary of said SW 1/4 of SW 1/..
Defendant.NOTICE Commission will make the final dedslon Clerk of Allen County
OF SALE ASSIGNEES LIENORS CREDITORS. with the Westerly boundary of the rightof
Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto IN THE CIRCUIT COURT TRUSTEES AND OTHER PARTIES on the proposed application after havIng Allen County Department of Public way of State Road 200 (U.S. 301) and
a Default Judgment entered an EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN claiming by through under or two public hearings, advertisement Welfare run South 1745'30" West along said
November 28. 1990 by the above entitled AND FOR BRADFORD against David K. Ray deceased. and posting. All pesons Interested In this 4830 New Haven Avenue Westerly boundary 8.85 feet to the Intersection
Court In the above styled cause, the COUNTY FLORIDA Defendants. application are hereby given notice of Fort Wayne, Indiana 46803 of sold Westerly boundary
undersigned United States Marshal CASE NO: 90-459-CA time end place for the two public hearing 319-435-4100 with the
or NOTICE OF ACTION Northerly boundary of the rightof
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF required. 12/13 Stchg 12/27 NO. 744
any of his duly authorized deputies will (Natural Person). way of County Read 100A (Edwards
sell the property situate In Bradford JAMES BRADLEY STROKE TO: Unknown spouse Heirs, Devisees,; Director Rood); thence North 72I7'20" West
County, Florida described as: and Husband Grantees, Assignees, llenors. Zoning Bradford Planning IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH along sold Northerly boundary 91.83
Lot 9. Block F. Dalewood Subdivision Creditors Trustees, and Other Parties! County JUDICIAL IN AND .
LORIE 12/13 12/28 NO 750 CIRCUIT FOR BRADFORD feet to a drill hole set In concrete for
S. 2tchg
os plot thereof recorded In Plat Book STROBLE
per claiming by through under or against COUNTY. FLORIDA. Point of Beginning. From point of Beginning
3. Page 8, Section 21.Township 6 South David
K. Ray. deceased Address, Case No. 90-694-CA thus described continue North
Range 22 East Bradford County Florida, Unknown.
at public outcry to the highest and : LORIE S. STROBLE ARE FLORIDA INVESTORS MORTGAGE 7217'20" West along said Northerly
YOU NOTIFIED that an action has;
best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00: C/O Nelson Pervls been flied against you which seeks NOTICEAPPLICATION CORP.. boundary 155.21 feet to a set Iron rod;
Noon on January 29 1991 at the front P.O. Box 82 foreclosure of a mortgage on real ;,; FOR REZONING Plaintiff thence North 17'IVOO" East parallel with
door entrance of the Bradford County Alamo Go 30411 perty located In Bradford pro Patrick B. Welch C Associates, Inc. has v. aforesaid Westerly boundary 50.2O feet
Courthouse at Storke, Florida. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for described as follows: County. made application to the Bradford County LESTER C.GRIFFIS and DOLLY M! to a found Iron pipe; thence South
"Dissolution of has been filed Zoning ( Planning GRIFFIS, his wife AND ANY AND ALL >43'30"
Dated: December 30. 1990. Marriage" THAT CERTAIN PIECE. PARCEL OR Department for 72 East 155.13 feet to a set Iron
Richard I. Cox.Jr. against" you and you are required to TRACT OF LAND SITUATE LYING AND reclasslllcatlon of the property described CLAIMING BY OR UNDER LESTER C. GRIFFIS rod; thence South 1739'56" West 50.26
United States Marshal' serve a copy of your written defenses If BEING IN THE COUNTY OF BRADFORD below from RSF-I to RSF-3: approx and DOLLY M. GRIFRS his wife feel to the Point of Beginning, at public
Middle District of Florida any to It on DUDLEY P. HARDY. ESQ., AND STATE OF FLORIDA MORE PARJ imately 1/4 mile East of Starke on the Dof.ndan" sale, to the highest bidder for cash. In
Ralph J. Lee Petitioner's attorney, whose address Is TICULARLY DESCRIBED FOLLOWS: right hand side, Parcel No. 04479-9-0000.( NOTICE OF ACTION the lobby of the Bradford County Courthouse
Asst. United States Attorney Post Office: Drawer 1030 Starke, Florida Part of the Northwest 1/4 of the Section. 34. Township 6 South Rang.East. 22 TO DEFENDANTS LESTER C. GRIFFIS In Starke. Florida, between
Attorney for Plaintiff 32091 on or before January 7, 1991. and Southeast 1/4 of Section 35. Township 5 and DOLLY M. GRIFFIS. his wile, AND 11:00 a.m. and 2:00: p.m. on the 18th
4tchg 13/37-1/17 file the original with the clerk of this This proposed change In classificationIs ANY AND ALL CLAIMING BY
South Range 22 East Bradford County; OR UNDER day of January 1991.
Control 761. court either before service on Florida more particularly described as before subject Bradford to a public hearing to be held LESTER C. GRIFFIS and DOLLY M. GRIF WITNESS my hand and official seal this
Petltioner'eattorney" Immediately County Zoning Board on
follows: Commencing at the Southwestcomer FIS. his wile: 20th day of December 1990.
i i i i..l1t ALNOTKEEfirr1",f thereafter; otherwise a default will be of said Section 33 run thence the Monday January 7. 1991 at 7:00 p.m. at YOU AW NOTIFIED 0"the "InstitutionorthW'ttCtlortbyPlamtrrf. RAY NORMAN --
: > Council Room of Starke
entered against l "yo.tor""the relief I City Hall 209 .
North 89 46
degrees minutes 11 seconds .
The Thompson Street Starke, Florida.
City of Lawtey Is starting a noW demanded In the petition. distance of feet At
East 4010.93 to
system for the water bill department DATED on November 29, 1990. a said the Southeasicorner a this time all persons, both for andagaln.t. MORTGAGE CORP., against By: Tosher Allen
this will take effect In January I, 1991. RAY NORMAN point of the point Southwest being 1/4 of the this proposal shall be heard as you seeking to quiet title on the following As Deputy Clerk
specified In the Bradford described property In Bradford County Fred H. Kent Ill
All water customers on the delinquent AS CLERK OF THE COURT Southeast 1/4 of Section 33 thence County Zoning
; run Codes. Th. Zoning Board will make Florida to wit: Florida Bar 327042
list for water cut-offs,will be charged an By Carol Williamsas North 01 degree 05 minutes 58 seconds a
additional six ($6.00)) dollar turn on fee, Deputy Clerk. West and along the Lest lineal the West recommendation to the Bradford County A parcelk of land containing 1 acre or Kent Ridge< Crawford
If water Is turned off. _. 12/64tchp 12/27 No 731 1/2 of the Southeast 1/4, a distance of Commission on this application at their more or .less, lying In the Southeast 1/4 225 Water St.. Suit.900
Also there will be fifteen (15.00) 1334.16 feet to a point for the point of prescheduled hearing to be held Thursday of the Southeast 1/4 of Section 9. Jacksonville Fla.32202
dollar service charge on all returned TO REGISTER beginning; from the point of beginningthus January, 1991 at 7:30 p.m? In the Township 6 South Range 22 East. Bradford ((904)) 351-1000
Commissioners Room of Bradford
checks described run thence South 89 County County Florida more particularly Attorneys for Plaintiff
12/13 Stchg 12/27 NO 746 Courthouse, Starke, Florida. At this described as follows: Control 765 3tchg 13/27-1/3
Pursuant to Section 869.09. Florida degrees 47 minutes 38 seconds West a time the Bradford ;
distance of 631..82 feet thence County Commission Commence at trie SE corner of said SE I
Statutes notice Is ; run
hereby given that the will make the final decision the .
LEGAL NOTICE undersigned.! R.'., Hupp or Robert E,. North 01 degree minutes 54 seconds application after having on proposed two 1/4 of SE 1/4 and thence run North 02 STARKE
The City of Lawtey city council call Hupp. P.O. Box 728 Waldo Florida West a distance of 330.57 feet to 4 public hearings, advertisement and degrees 05 minutes West along the CHURCH OF GOD
Ing a special meeting for January 7, 32694, sole owner, doing business under point; thence run North 89 degree 45 posting. All interested In this Easterly boundary thereof a distance of
pesons .
1991 at 6:30: p.m. before regular council the firm name of R.E.'s Circle L. Trailers minutes seconds East a distance of are hereby given notice of time application 639.75 feet to point of beginning: from 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445
meeting which will follow at 7:30 p.m. Rt. 4 Box 1SSSA Sterke, Florida 32091 632.02 feet to a point lying In the East and place for the two public hearing re point of beginning, thus described run Pastor : David PleasantWe
The purpose of the meeting Is to Intends to register sold fictitious name line of the West 1/2 of the Southeast I/4 quired. South 86 degrees 28 minutes West a Invite you to worship with us
demolish" the old city wharf building under the aforesaid statute. Section 35; thence run South 01 degree Director distance of 200 feet to a.point! : run Attended Nursery
behind Waters Groc. Stlore. The public Dated this 3 day of December 1990 In 05 minutes 58 seconds East and along Zoning Planning thence North 02 degrees 05 minutesWest
Is Invited. Bradford County. Florida. said line a distance of 331.04 feet to the Bradford County and parallel to aforesaid Easterly .eeetfUeel . laselA
12/13 Jtchg 13/37 No.748 I2I6..tpdl2/27No.729 point of beginning. ) distance of . u_
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Eyeglass Store 'E-Z Wheels Auto Sales Durrance Pump HURST'S EXXON

"Your complete -We Finance & Supply I "24 Hour SERVICE Wrecker Service"

eyeglass center" Buy Hel1-: Pay Here Attendyourchiirchrsgularly864N.TempleAve.96t.7061 987 N. Temple Ave.

1320 Temple Ave. 964-7783 964-6UI
103 Edwards Rd, 964-8588

DOUGLAS BATTERY Jones Funeral Home DENMARK Lewis Timber Co.

OF STARKE 'DiniMNd.CtrilfSiu,

We rebuild starters,alternators For 0-0 Tsars FURNITURE Hwy 301 S. a P.O. Box 207

A: generators Steve and Cindy Futch It's a foci,you can do Starke

Mann Cycle BatUrlts Starke 964-6200 etCa1De'ImarkkI'ss27'
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Mitchell's Drug Store Coramanltj Lamp of Jesus Ministries TULLERCHIROPRACTIC
State Bank CrafU A CofulgnmcnU
Specializing in CENTER |
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Computerlud Pharmacy Independent; Eves.961- fM ClVHer 473-7213

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iiQlirl ems 8. Walnut St. M4155W.Brownlee Rd.. 964-6060 Sates &; Service, SX 21 Keystone HdgUs Hwy Mark Mullins& Employees

'Mosley Tire Co. ,NOEGEL'SAUTO CORBETT'S TIRES Allen's Office Supplies dlr'! Insurance
US 301 N. Starke SALES Compute Shop A Auto and Printing Company }rl 11arytC
Worship this week and every week Rip Jn I' Art Supplies Custom Pruning 440W.MadiK St.WinnDixie .

24 Hr. Wrecker Service at the church of your choice" 402 N..TompU Hw SOI jt. Printing Office Supplies ( Stopping Center) t Cira Carter

Custom made exhaust systems 1018 Temple Ave. 964-6461 964-6436 I 113 E. Call St. 964:8925 964-4695 M4 N.Km*Asa. MI-MI*

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Hampton Supports Suspensionby Council n A iE .COLD BLUSH DUCK _. __ _1 _1 _


The Marcia Hampton stair GoodgeBCT Town Council sup- }jj 1I_ ] : _: IT ; 279 ML a' 1 1 _

ported Chairman Pete Thomas,
Tuesday, Dec. 11, in his decision to
suspend City Employee Doug W75LTR.sCASEOR6 S ALP 0
weeks without HM MMMHBMB'BHMM '111*"
Williamson for two
pay. Thomas cited Insubordinationand ti 0 ff Clan NacGregor SCOTCH 89.95 Seagram's Gin 82.95
failure to comply with the instructions f
of his supervisor as the J/ Captain Morgan 'RUM" 95.50 Wild Turkey 101 164.95

reasons Thomas for said the suspension.he had Instructed DAY \THEM YIEID rs> Bacardi Rum S:SnSeagram's :' 101.00 ...... Gordon's Gin 84.95
Doug Williamson to park the city 6 ;
.. -r 7 Blend 81.95Smirnoff 80 89.95
vehicle in the mayor's yard,a policy SALE X VODKA
which has been in effect for several 74.95))
Vodka 63.50 Ancient Brb.
years previous to the terms of present Popov Age

Thomas Mayor said that Lola Doug Williamson.Williamson 111 Mlil'MVlCOMPLIMENTARY 1 1 lohnnle Walker SRED 156.00 Helschmann's Gin 73.95

to park the truck there, but Beam KENTUCKY 83.95 Ballantlne's 137.00
Tomas later found that he was Jim BOURBON SCOTCH

parking the truck at the Water r Beefeater GiniGllbey'sVodka 142.00 PassportCOTCH 89.95

Department.Thomas also noted other instances MIDNIGHT BUFFET: ( J jlMnd TI>COCATEDA"5 to ABC 64.951 Early Times, 77.95
when Williamson's conduct as a city ] I
employee has been questionable, PARTY CHAMPAGNE FAVORS TOAST _! Rich I & Bare CANADIAN 79.951 r {Absolut I 80Canadian 149.95
such as in the frequency of his trips
outside the city limits of Hampton. _,_ _al MIDNIGHT ___ Sea ram's VO' 13.50 Mist 83.50

Thomas did not go into specifics on ..-, .
all these instances, but recommended -
termination to the council. t
Councilmember Jane Hall made a
counter-recommendation of giving rt2..JU.c2. I(MARTINI& ROSSI I ''SPARKLING WINE SALEMumm's ,
Williamson a specific job description BECCARO .. _
and I list of policies pertaining to to. C7 i+ .oIIY 18.99 :
his job and then placing him on probation I: ASTI I I

cilmember for June one month.Haddock Coun-said, ; ASTI M X"DRY ,l SPUMANTE BRUT, X-DRY ToiHinger =' :M &5.99 ,; ,
"He's a good worker, I've seen his J Champagne alnlnger : 24.99
work. He just has an attitude pro- SPUMANTE j _.' :
blem." j ; Champagne er Sonoma 11.99
Thomas agreed that the quality of -1750I 5.99 SALE 750 9.99 SALE piper ML
Williamson's work was not really in I ML ML Heidsleck 7M: 18.99
question, "It just seems like the 2.00 MFR -2.00 MFR. t Ctx11t5 t
more we try to compromise with ...,.,. REBATE RE.: *perrier |Icuet1?:ML 19.99
Doug, the less effort he makes to 849 399

cooperate.Williamson" was in attendance at ; ML .r 3 0 99 AFTER REBATE -_--- 7099 AFTER REBATE ML '*perrier louel = 7s0 ML 64.99

the meeting and answered some of ,
the specific allegations made by .CodomiuSebasM. : :M 5.99 I
Thomas. He noted that many of his :
trips outside the city limits occur -- ru.mynRS :M 9.99
when he is required to haul yard
debris to the county dump near 8loria Ferrer 1M :M 11.99 '!
Keystone Heights. The council told
Williamson that it is not his respon- FR1IXENET TWO-PACK HANTAINE GIFT SET Oudlnol I"UT :S 17.99 i
sibility to haul the debris, but the
responsibility of the property owner. 750 ml bottles of Freixenet Carta A 750 ml bottle of French Chant lne Wente spur :2 9.99

Problems occur, said Williamson, Nevada and Cordon Negro Spanishsparklers Brut is packed with a pair of tulip !
when the debris winds up blocking a I, Tons: :r 2 5.79
city road or right-of-way. Williamson ; in an easy to carry two pack. Champagne glasses. (3 99 "
also said that he had never refused SPARKLERS. Dare! rfuuulAii viRRRnU :M 10.99
to work with anyone, as Thomas S1 2 9 9 _
had stated at one point.Townspeopleare \ SALE Two favorite sparkling wines, Gold LoFroncesca tR:H::U :2 5.99 ,

munity periodically service through sentenced the to Brad-com- =.. 'Y Seal Extra Dry Champagne and % TOStI "'2n.' 2 6.99
ford County Court and told to per- e e'Re CORDON NEGRO BRUT Freixenet Cordon Negro Brut are

form work.a certain number of hours of I AND GLASSES PAUL CHENEAUPAHY PAX packed in a white wicker. '23.99 Domaine Mumm RUT 7? 11.99 J

the From matter the discussion seemed, the to crux be of I\ A 750 ml bottle of Freixenet Cordon Four 750 ml bottles of Paul Cheneau PERRIER-JOUET GLASSES DelRliHe Sle' Michele :2 9.99 II

Williamson's attitude toward the Negro and twochampagne Champagne In gift box. complete Six hand-painted, tulip.Champagne" ..I.:, NO :
council and other people he contacts. glasses. $ with party hats noise makers and glasses with the Perrler-Jouet floral IIIDIItllIfIOR .... 7''I.liII j I}

Council Member Hall suggestion seconded ofa i II SALE 9.9 9 confetti 'I 8.99 design. 59.99 AVAIUPU IN LARGER ABC STORES ONLY '
probation period was by (LARGEUac' ONLY)
Council Member Ted Curtis. Curtis
asked Williamson to talk with
Thomas one more time and attemptto SEALS MOST
iron things out. Williamson :: "- Korbel *
agreed to these provisions. ene y J t
A job description will be provided, BLANC de CHANDON J BRUT, PINK, X-DRY, a
as well as a detailed list of policies CORDON NEGRO BRUT, X-DRY, ROSEChampagne I
such as how often Williamson will be BRUT X-DRY BLANCSChampagne WHITE STAR .:
expected to leave the city limits dur-
ing the week. "Everyone's got a r j k9 t22eMw t tIt'
boss,"said Curtis. IOU there are any
changes you want to make to your
Job it should come before the council
for approval."
The two-week suspension will be ea, .
ended on Thursday, Dec. 13,and the c, ..o.,.St. 499

one-month begin then. At probation the end of period one month will 750 iW L 750 ML 750 75011 L -- MLBOURBONS

the situation will be reviewed by the M

council.Gasoline Payments... & BLENDS I 1 I 1 1e VQDKKSALE I I I 1

requested The Handy-Way that the town Store start in Hampton payingits )'+'raATr L4.tA fUISCHMANu PREFERltEC"; .','.'.'6 Gllbe'< S BOMBAY\11II gas bill weekly instead of mon i ,' \
Dnla-.r BLEND "White Label'. VODKA
thly. As this would cause a hardshipon I Gut. ot
i 80 VODKA
1 1.7S 10.99sAui 11.99
the council,having to approve the w plY GI\ SCOTCH 750 SAL GIN
bill weekly, Chairman Thomas was i LTR.3.. S. I I7QQ ilL -3.00:"
99 -
I 99 99
exploring alternatives. U 649 9 1 1299 '
Attorney Gene Shaw suggested 750 MLCS.OF12.S83.U 'mmCS.OF6t65.94 \. 750 ML ia V 750 ML 8.99 ::11' t.nIT*.
that the council pre-pay a certain : FREE-= _.. CS.OF 12.$119,88 CS.OF 12>$1(3,00 CS. OF 12.S1 9.l5 CS.OF!.$59.94
amount and then have representatives ,!
get vouchers for gas. The FUNINDIA'VODKA
vouchers could be approved or IDW1Zj, KESSLER i BEEFEATER Seagram's CHIVAS 1f :
disapproved at the council meetings. BLEND mnDBMiM.*'
TSNNHMUI timr tHiun
City trucks vehicles get gas at police the Handy-Way cars and and fire BLACK LABEL GIN Gin REGAL SCOTCH 1 c":<80 ,VODKA 750 10.99 SALE

the bill usually amounts to approx- ; ilL3.00 ::., r
imately $150 per month. 1099 LTC. 11" 699 171 in"i. 6750 7:99':11': i

C8.0Ftt..J13tBBACARDI C 4. 580.9 CS.OF 12.$131.88 I II

Engineers To Be NotifiedOf I
---"---" "- -- -
New Pump Repairs... 1 1 1 1 1tr
1 "
An estimated repair bill on the .'IMPORTED. : WINE 1 1 SALE. JUG'WINE'SAtE: I SPECIALTY:: 'SALE' .CALIFORNIA I=4-'f'1i11: ;

water pump of between J500-J600 WHD Bolld ',. ?" ., ;: 4.3 Carlo Rossi) :b'LI.... 1.4' CI'IIsIIaIIIm.IIrIIndJ'I:, 7.(. 'Sterling ""=" :: 1.99 ;
will be forwarded to the town'sengineering
firm Clark,'Roumehs tr sttlgam.5 j CALVERT Nicolas aNN ;: 11.99 Gallo "1hr 3.71 Courvolsler VS I: 15." U.llllllerfn = :: 1.99 i

and Associates.are expected The to grant contact supervisors the- { CANADIAN Mouton Cadet ',U', ;:' 5.99 R. Mondavi..: :r.. L1. 8.19 laldua. SSSi ':S; 13.89 *plat St. lean .:, :: 12.19

construction about the HMM1. 99 I Amarella Dl Samna 14.99 Sebaxtlanl _-::. :- 4.29
needed repairs since the pump is tea .8 129: Rollibur =, ML. 8.49 Inglenook JR. 6.69 :; : ; L
tom: TSOML : ElBrandy| 749Bailey's -
new and has made an unusual noise Trlmbach _' .19 S SeyserPeak = :: 4.49
installed. cs.OF 12.$106.50 CS. OF..$17.94 Taylor -- LfIL,4.79 : I "
since the day it was :=:= visit :r 13.99 ""= '
The council maintains that the < Pesc ntoilanci! R: : :: 5.49 Beaalleu :M 7.49

pump was in need of repair since its canadi"n' Brown Bros. _, ;: 9.99 RlunlioToga s.T1. 5.79 COKB cm"" 1 09 TWOl ilL R. Mondavi=" :: 8.99
installation and the repairs are, WM Mist Sangria Red L1. IAI I'JO' CO.I ..e..m
therefor the responsibility of the *Sandemanladot "=" ;M 12.99 Gallo -=--= M 2.99 :
firm which installed it, not the town. 750 8.99 SALE 750 6.9 SALE (ITEMS WITH ARE AVAILABLE IN LARGER ABC aTQBES OMLY) S
_4 ilL -1.50::.. ML -2.00::" == 715 MI.pdN9pe 7.49 1 Qrt.1.1/ld11105.05./ ;; 1.89 !

IoIIIsdJIW = ;: 7.19 SUTTER GEYSER .Sebastian Berlnger6lea = ';L 10.99 ,.
Dog Ordinance MovedTo 7A9 m 4.99:11 -i ONIH ceumir
Front Burner... cs.OF 12. 107,88 CS.OF 12.$82.95 plateau De Sales ;: ItA' .5n...n.-.L PEAK NMTMWviMMytumommi. Dlen _-::.. :: 3.19
of what to do with 6 M.VLMO5..M0. p.5.RRTt a se =-= ;: 4AIL
The problem Lancer's: Rose ;: 2." 5.wo ffl e'i E ecisu r '

stymied stray dog Hampton'once they're attempt caught to solve has s 1 ..Y. "CIIass. ," TSRufciuinf ." :: 4.49 4' 29 .I!.."!. 4ki9 49 M111 = :: 7,49 ti

the problem of destructive. animal IMPU .5wSI 711 .." 750 ML v.R --i: 3.49
loose on the treet>
Bill Davia,one Hampton resident
council that action AMBER OR SILVER
t III complained to the
needs to be taken. The. council R11M ar! a r,, t I-T-b SiraaAr. tiI S \,
greed,saying that they are in hopes Og j LUCK i I' IBDINZTT'STHOMTSOH (
of coming to an agreement with I VELVET I )
Starke disposal or of Fairbanks tray dogs for once housing they and are 750 ML wRlt.OF 12 $107.11eAM.1nt ]SO MLCS. I I i1A.79::. i 12.49 n tJJ.1iL"'

caught. f w- t..wR..ra.
Law regarding the humane treat- NrB16tSA1
observed ,III17ssBflllS IR/Mr.SIICBtasl 2S f, ./
ment of animals must 1 I
with enforcement of arr ALEAAnEII. SALLO
when dealing
animal control ordinance.Tags and /11105. lnltlE i YEitiNOUTH i ou,. ,: ,
licenses will be lamed soon and, MILLER tM V CMS 5.39 '
6.59'' ItIL _i x.29 K 3.89' :
looM unlicensed dog will be subject 2 3.99 --.---
to I*picked; up by police: officer iLiSESEE
or city employees.



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THURSDAY,.....mborn. 1990 __


Telegraph. Gets Positive Review; We'd Like Your Opinion.

,,: CregCrtte*
It's hard to make an interesting It didn't got to high and run them with a mind right now," said Mary Hipps,
Man-On-the-Street, article when Twenty people were accosted caption 'local resident degrades a ten year resident of Starke.
their are no Disgruntled responses.No outside of Wal-Mart and asked first property values by slothful yard "Sure, we both think you are
animated, red faced, arm whether they read the Telegraph: maintenance.' doing a good job for Bradford r
waving, explanations why second, whether they thought we E.T. Pierceall said we were County. We read the paper every
somebody should go crawl into a were doing a good job, and third; "doing a good job and I have no week; and as far as issues and
hole and contemplate their navel. what we could do to provide better complaints. As far as suggestions, I I- T events that concern residents of this
The question the Telegraph put coverage and thus better service to honestly haven't any" area, you are doing fine," this from
to a randomly selected number of the community? Each respondentwas Mamie Cruger, a long time t Robin Box and Shelly Kittles.
people was ripe for controversy. assured that they were free to Bradford resident said, "It's a good "Overall, you are doing a good
Wide open for some serious vent their true feelings. We paper. I read it every week. I can't job informing the community"
exhortations. It should have promised not to send their think of any improvements right said Edward Akirdge of Bradford
guaranteed some high pitched: subscription by way of Iowa or take now." County, "but your coverage of the
response. pictures of their yard when the grass "My son is on the football team Little League teams leaves a lot to
so I developed the habit of readingit be desired. You spend pages
every week. I believe you are
covering in-depth the footballSee
doing alright. As far as I ;''11 u J -C'C "

improvements-nothing comes to MarrHipps Telegraph on page 60Gerald Brown .


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.... MACl102 OSI P College Algebra I 8:30-9:45.foN: : 209 3 Becker
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shut their bedroom door I knew what doctors let me go home and when I not crazy but I think being in the don't want to. It'" th.t T ran't I know I'm going to have to have
By Beck! NugentOutstanding was going on. Then they came out got home I felt better. So it must hospital so much has made by brain socialize sometimes. I wish I could. more surgery In order to finish my
Students at theVoTech and told me about it and said that the nave been from just being in the snap. Because there's only so much Sometimes I wish they would talk to 1986 surgery that was never really ,
for the second six weeks surgery would be on October 2, 19119. hospital again.Chemotherapy. the brain can handle. If the pills I me a lot more to try to get me to finished. I had cancer in my jaw
are: Sandra Hayes. William Price, The thrill of to watch Is the worst thing. started taking don't help me,I'll probably socialize more. I think it would help bone and they had to take out my
Evelyn Crawford, Nancy Williams, Pet thinkin8rdi died I'd throw up over and over and over. definitely need to do to a me. I wish they would read this. bone, and put in a bar. And they're
Carolyn Avinger, Tommy Baker, quick. I was to upset when they first Chemotherapy is a green liquid that psychiatric hospital,what some people Because if they talk to me more,and going to have to put in a face bone
James Baker and Earlene Hagan. told me that I couldn't even talk to sort of resembles GatorAde. The call a Nut House. Dr. Boggs and get help talk back I know that sometime because the bar can't stay
The Carpentry Class recently them about it. green kind. It's put in through an IV Dr. Kemph don't think I'm crazy butI would me to talk to more peo in there forever. But after that hells
finished partition waU and a few You know I wonder if my life in the arm and it makes me so sick. think I m in the loony bin myself.I ple.As over maybe It will all be over
other small projects.Within the next different had I'd throw and It don't know why I'm so anti- soon as I see Mr.DeSue I'm goIng
would be if I hadn't up over over again.
I don't drink do
This Is why drugsor
social. But I'm starting to think it's to tell him that I know what I
couple of days they will be workingon U I wouldn't be so antisocialor also made my hair fall out. Gettingout I
cancer. Because lived so much
because I've been In the and want to do with life. I want to anything.
a building for the truck driving of the since October
weird In a hospital my
so or very imaginative. much that Idon't
and fought so cancer
range. Scheduled to follow that is a I'm glad I had it if it has surgery has been the best thing. I been isolated from other kids my school maybe go to college
three-classroom complex for the way with being the like coming to school here age so much. But I really like the and get a Job that will earn enough want to hurt myself by doing
Catholic Church. anything to do me (Vo-Tech). people in this class. I like Becki money to fly to Maine.That's whereI that. Trust me when you've had
way I am now. Like Shawn, Rhonda, Judina Kelly want to live. I like cold weather. I cancer as much as me, you learn
I said about like
The School Store is having a When I went back to the hospital in seeing things Tract and all the others.And I wantthem want a job working with animals and quick about the true fears of death.
closeout sale on Bradford Tornadotee 19691 got so depressed that I started my bed shaking and seeing images. to understand that when I don't babies and toddlers. I want to work a And also the true joys of life and all
items shirts.also.Come by and see the craft crying and I wouldn't talk. So the I'm really starting to wonder if I'm .iir rn them that's not that I lot with snakes too. I love snakes. it's worth.'.. .- '

The Diesel Mechanic Class '
is going strong this year with an in
crease in students. The classes this Winn-Dixie
year average about 12 students.In I 000/0
the classroom the students have
reviewed basic shop safety, shot
tools, and basic engine parts. Th
students just finished a study of the TM
camshaft and timing gears and alsc SATISFACTION
learned to use the micrometer.In .
the shop the students have serviced -
six trucks for the driving GUARANTEED
They have reconditioned the
and light systems on a trailer
for Surplus Properties and installed If You Are Not Satisfied,
new landing gears. They have Neither Are Wei! We will
disassembled two transmissions and PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN DIXIE LOCATION:
reconditioned as necessary. They STARKE replace any item you are not

an completely International rebuilt farm a 305 tractor.engine and 470 WIlT MADISON STREET pleased with or return your

Currently the students have ca O purchase price.
removed two engines one from a c o Qo
Freightliner and one from a GMC. 0 D goa 0
They are combining the two enginesfor v
reassembly in the GMS.They are 49
also in of putting a
clutch assembly in a Toyota truck. D O y
On Nov. 20 the students enjoyed a O
field trip to RingPower and plan a
trip to Don Garlit's after Jan. 1. '

And from the students...

A Salute to Mrs. Sandra
Thomas! 4 d
By Carolyn: AvingerI
would like to taks the time to let gQ btJg. :
people of the Vo-Tech know how we
students feel about Mrs. Sandra <::Jet)
Thomas, the GED Prep Lab a
Mrs. Thomas is the most

teacher understanding I have ever caring known.and She sweetest goes You'II Be Sure To In 1991

way each beyond student the in call their of duty help Her Prosper

teachings are plain and open so that

anyone Very can often understand we have watched them. her When You Winn- ixe For
cope with some of the rough Shop
students. She tries so desperately to o .
teach them the right way to go.
Some just will not listen but she
never gives up. She has great patience -

personally with all.I think Mrs. Thomas

deserves outstanding a medal personality of honor for and her IVERYIA Y LQWPRICES I

teaching.So here's to you, Mrs.San-
dra Thomas: "YOU ARE ONE

YOU Saving!" Money Nobody Can Beat Nobody

By Marley Sellers .
There are many ways to save

looking money. for One sales.good If way you to stay save home is by, Winn-Dixie Helps You Get The Lowest Total Food Bill Everyday! :

you will probably save money. Put
your money in the bank if you wantto
save it. Our Prices. You'll Like The
If you look for sales you can really Compare Savings.
save money. If you shop at the flea !
market you can also save.A grocery'
store will get deals like "2 for ll.Otr
or"buy one,get one free". If you go
to yard sales you can find things at
cheaper prices than at the stores.
You can go to wholesale stores. You aU
can find clothes at end-of-the-season
prices and this helps save money.If EVERYDAY EVERYDALpW Y
you stay home you can save PRICE LOW PRICE I Ia'Glf
money. If you do not go out you will 5.s .
not spend money. You will not spend
money on gas so you will save I
money by not aping out. aI
These are a few of many ways you
can save money. s I I 1 I
(Marley is a student in the perfor- I
mance based diploma program.) ? fNONED

Vanessa PowellAs J CHIPS HOG JOWLS 4\
far as my aunt's funeral goes,it __
was rainy and windy. The weatherwas zist I8I ara raw RWST 690
bad,the church looked very nice 2WB6iClHCXZN3 ula u I
though. Her coffin had pretty I
flowers all around it, but then again, ..W V a RIBlM
don't all coffins? It's been weird not owx a tawuwew $
having her around. But like Adam's w. g99 I
funeral, looking at her coffin scaredme u, GRIM e I IPOmTR
a little. But then again, lookingat w- LAASSORTED
any coffin scares me a little. At I
least for my aunt, there wasn't an
open coffin unlike Adam's funeral. CHEESE I
At the age of 16, I still can't "IVI."DAY'1.0W"ItICl'' IVI."DAY''OYot,PBICI' !
understand why some people get SNACKER PLOTTERS
cancer and live and then others die. CAMPBELL ADC or ELECTRIC PERK
I've had cancer since I was 2 years ENOUGH FOR 20-38 PEOPLE j' I
old. I'm still surprised that I didn'tdie. LARGE 35 GOLDEN FLAKE CREAM OFBROCCOLI ASTOR
. .
I'm glad I didn't die. Because if COFFEE !
I had notbeen having chemotherapywhen POTATO CHIPS _
I had cancer Id be dead DOW. ENOUGH KM 12-20 PEOPLE $25 SOC I
Of everything I'd have to say MEDIUM sloe f
chemotherapy was the worst. oo -io
I still remember way tack,though, .
like I remember when I had surgery MILD OR SPICYDMIMMETTES! -f- CA,. BAG
once. I had a stuffed animal.I took it
into the surgery room with me and CRUNCHY or CREAM TURNIP COLLARD they put a mask and hat on him. I TROPICAL JIF PEANUT $ i 99 THRIFTY' MAID

also somewhere remember in that time In 1983 when or I have 84 SATCHEL $099 GRAPE JELLY . } t $148 BUTTER . II-,,: GREENS . %ffn ,: 38c

\ having chemotherapy. I had a birth- . &
bunch of stuffed
day and got a CAflnlN11'M1!CAPLETS
animals. I even remember one time 40-CT.+ $799 SHOPPING LIST THAN JUST GROCERIES! MAXIMUM STRDEXATRIM 0 8 1
I checked out of the hospital to go to ? ALL VARIETIES cf $4,
the toy store so I could get a toy that SATCHEL . ______ i COCA CHOCOLATE BONUS size ROYAL, . ,II&.
my parents bought me. I also ..........-w.BANANA WALNUT FRENCH VANILLA or REGULAR or UNSCENTED
remember when they let me come or APPK RAMIN COLA STRAWBERRY SUPREME KUDDLES
home to have chemotherapy. I had MINI 99 J ULTRA ULTRA ct $188MUffiNS
IV tubes attached to my bed, I hated' . 1l.f PtIG.
that. When I lost my hair, my &OO SLIM FAST BED $KOOr
parents bought me a wig,but I never DAISY RED $281 2
wore it. WAX CHEESE PILLOWS ,'. 01
I'd be sleeping peacefully, then t& CANS CAPSULES,CAPLETS or
.I that nurse would come in at Sin the !.1:1 Pl'TM! IDflU KOUMTRY FRESH SEVERE COLD FORMULA
morning to give me a shower. Turnon TUKTILLA '. $-|19 DRY ROASTEDPEANUTS $ 69 1' CONTAC $ 00
'oH. (:AN 3
the water and It'd be freezing 1
CHiPS. . I .
1M 12 HOUR
cold, throw a bar of soap in my face . Ills . .
and say"WASH!"I started screaming
and cussing. I woke up

everybody 1969 still when remember Dr.down Cross the in called hall.I September. my mom of Jii41itF1 '1'i'

and lungs.right told then My her and mom about the didn't didn't the even spot have tell on me As 'ti iii ''iiu.N 41 I L

soon as.she called Dad in and they w


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Make "+ur New Years Eve Party Obitu'aries----eee-e_. e I _._ _

\ Reserv ...ons Early.. $5.00 each Kinkade of Zanesville, Ohio; two Joseph K. Hewitt
Mrs. Wilma K. DentonMrs. sisters, Jess Brown of Bclfontaine. Mrs. Hilda S. riffith

; Traditional Black hog jowls smoked ham Wilma Kinkade Denton 85, Ohio and Francis Passwaters of Joseph Kermit Hewitt, 79, if Mrs Hilda Sullivan Griffith 78, of
eye peas, died Tuesday morning
Harasu, Calif five
of Keystone Heights, died Wednes- ; grandchildrenand Hospitsifollowing Slarko died fjec 19! in the Whisper
Dec. 18 at the Bradford
day,Dec. 19 at her residence follow- 11 grandchildren. Inu Pines" Care Center following an
I 9:00 pm to 4:00 am ing an extended illness. Funeral services will be held Fri- an extended illness. extended Illness"
Ohio day, Dec. 21 at 11 a.m. in Springhill He was born and raised in
Born In Muskingum County
Music "Southern Connection"Also movedto United Methodist Church of Baltimore, Md., and attended St. Born in Bradford County, Mrs
by Nov.29.11105, Mrs. Denton
on with Rev. Donald A. Denton Mary County schools. He moved to Griffith lived In Miami for 2:1: years,
Keystone eight years ago from Springs then returned to SUrke in iw/j! 1 She
six where he
NO Also Wed. JarlJ1 Boynton Beach Fl. She was a officiating. Interment will be in Spr- has Hampton resided since years He ago was a Protes was the widow of the late Seth W
:rs Playing homemaker, and a member of Spr- inghill United Methodist Church Griffith, was a homemaker and a
Fri. Sat. & Sun. armers InghiU United Methodist Church, a Cemetery under the direction of tant. member of the Church
member of the Order of Eastern Jones Funeral Home of Starke. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. at Theressa.Survivors. Hope Baptist
There will be an Order of Eastern Kathryn Baer Hewitt of Hampton.
In and a memberof
Star 279 Keystone
Graveside funeral services will be one daughter
301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE White Shrine include in Zanesville her husband, Ohio., Star Dec.Service 20 at the at Jones 7 p.m.Funeral on Thursday Homein held today (Thursday 2 p.nw in Eleanor Ann Griffith of Kansas City, I
Survivors Mo. three
Heights with the Loudon Park Cemetery in ; sons, Donald L of Starke
Simon Oather Denton'; two Keystone family John L.of Kl,.undUavidP.
Baltimore,Md.with Rev.Jim Laney Wellington
Starke 1 Mile N. of Starke on US 301 daughters. Billie Denton and Erma receiving mediately friends following.and relatives im officiating. Archie Tanner Funeral Griffith of Gainesville; one sister,
'Dot Croc er, both of Keystone; one Home is In charge of arrangements. Thelma C. Milliken of Ocala one
OPEN SEVEN DNSA WEEK a 964-7771 son, Donald A. Denton also of brother, Albert G. Sullivan of Vero
.. Kevstone: one brother Howard Beach; eight grandchildren and four
greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
services were held Dec
21 in the Hope Baptist Church with
Rev. Gary Heath officiating Burial
was in the church cemetery, Archer
IDJL Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in
charge of arrangements

E. Alonzo Rushton

Eulie Alonzo Ruihton 80, of the
Methodist Home of Orangeburg,
TAMFai S.C., died Dec. 2.
i Born in Saluda County S.C he
was a member of the Holly Hill
United Methodist Church and a
former delegate to the S.C. United
MEDALLION BRAND Methodist Conference. He was a 1931
graduate of Wofford College, a
FAMILY PAK W-D SMOKED PORK LEAN MARKET member of the Terrier Club' and the
Lettermans Club. He taught and
QUANTITY RESERVED RIGHTS coached in South Carolina public
FRYER SHOULDERPICNICS WHNMMMM Stone INC GROUND schools and was a retired auto parts
salesman. He was a former Cub
PRICES GOODTHURS.WED. Scoutmaster, a member of the
Keystone Hts Rotary Club and a
BREAST DEC. 27, 1990-JAN. 2, 1991 CHUCK Paul Harris Sustaining Member of
the Rotary Foundation.

Mrs.Survivors.; a Marilyn son, Eulie include R Cumbie A. Rushton a of daughter.Vienna.Va. Jr., of.

Johnston, S,C.; and four grand

0 0 children.The funeral was held Dec 4 at Av-
98 inger Funeral Home In Holly Hill.
S.C., with burial in the Holly Hill

9 9 9 9 United Cemetery.The memorials Methodist family. be made Church requests to ,Holly P.O.that Box Hill

LB. LB. LB. 398 Chapel, Holly Fund Hill of,the SC Methodist 29059. Home.or the

1000 Live Oak Drive S\\
Orangeburg, S.C, 29113.

Mrs. Edith A. BakerMrs.
FRYER DRUMSTICKS 68C HAMS $298 TOP SIRLOIN STEAK $397U.S.D.A. Edith A. Baker, 63, of
LB,. BONELESS LB. Keystone, died Dec. 22 at suddenly
I at her home.
Born Mar.24, 1927, In Swan Creek,
Md., Mrs. Baker moved to Keystonein
INSPECTED W-D LOOP REGULAR, HOT 1952 from Washington, D.C. She
SKINLESS or POLSKA' .. W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE' at flea markets
was a salesperson

/ BREAST CUBED STEAK SAUSAGE ,/ STEAKS Edith Survivors Anne Casner include of two Keystone daughters and

_..:1:_." ;JIZ .il3S1 1 1"" l $.Z Atix 7 """"!II .'._ ..S g Ji Va.Elva;cf two Jean Ft sons Polk Spencer, SFC La.Harry, and of Harvey Manassas W. Baker.H.Baker .

it .I wi. nuAWUti; A 13. ..... of Starke; one brother.
: ;
I Ill '
W'geXS W. iki@YL 3t !b.. _e. ... ..waftlie.J.. w "."_ Richard B. 'Dick' Bowden of
FAMILY PAK BUCKET BAYAN'IMEDALLION Maryland; one half-brother, Harvey
BRAND SOUTHERN PRIDE $+999 PORK $A99 COCKTAIL WIENERS $928! Bowden; three sisters, Alma of
SSe HUE' Louisville, Ky., Mary Brown of
FRYER WINGS La BEEF PATTIES . & O CHITTLINGS . SUE or SMOKIES . Manassas Va., and Anne Perkinsonof
LEAN W-D REOULAR Virginia Beach, Va.. and ten
W-D COOKED PORK FRANKS or GOL PAKSNAK $C50g98 grandchildren..

HAM . . 18.JOHNSONVILLE $399 TENDERLOINS u $399 BOLOGNA . 12 01PRO.. 9997 WINGS Ht PU. 28 Graveside in Keystone services Hts Cemetery were held Dec.with

Dr. E.Winson Butler officiating Arrangements

BEER & $918 if CUBED STEAK. u PIMENTO CHEESE u | NUGGETS m Funeral Home of Keystone Hts.
Marvin Lee Wray

HARVESTFRESH Marvin Lee Wray 70. of Starke.
died Saturday, Dec. 22 in Palm
,UW PRICE 1E LOW PRICE ( LOW PRICE Gainesville following an extended il-

__ lness.
L "-"a Born Mar. 9,1920. In Chattanooga,
i- PRODUCE Tenn., Mr. Wray moved to Starke in
1973 from Swamsboro Ga. He was a
retired maintenance worker for an
s Nature makes the produce. apartment complex and a memberof
VINNIESPIZZA I I I I WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. Starke.the First Baptist Church in

SUPERBRAND Survivors invlude his daughter.
I Shirley Ann Cason of Keystone: one
SHERBET brother, Emmett Wray of Long
: FLORIDA Beach, Calif.; four sisters Alice
99 WUliamd and Mary Kolbe both of
SAUSAGE or I SWEET CORN Keystone Faye Summers of Canyon
I- Lake, Calif., and Joyce Craig of
I- Anaheim, Calif., three grand-
slog children and three great
10 grandchildren.Funeral .
EARS services were held Dec.
24 in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel of
Keystone with Rev.Thomas Bowden
FRESHIVI..YDAT.'LOW'CI officiating. Interment was in
VIRYRAV LOW PMICIBLACKEYE U'jI H'1l,1J: H I FLORIDA Keystone Hts. Cemetery with Jones
Funeral Home in charge of ar

1 BLEACH TIDE or CENTED DIXIANAPEAS . .,. 'SUE. Oc SWISS YOGURT 5 t% $100 =;= \ Card of Thanks

DETERGENT KOUNTRY FRESH SUPERBRAND 99C During our recent sorrow we
69C 99 realize how much our friend and
/ WAFflES. . suc SPREAD . csKE relatives really mean to us.
89 ALL VARIETIES CHOCOLATE Perhaps you Kent a lovely card or
$1 KID CUISINE CHOCO CHARM HARVEST FRESH Mat quietly in a chair, or you sent a
39-01. 2 $300 99C funeral spray If no. we saw it there.
/ BOXCOCKTAIL DINNERS. . Fo GAL x GREENCABBAGE Perhaps you spoke the kindest
INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED words that any friend could say. You
PLANTERS THRIFTY MAID KRAFT CHEESE may not have been there at all. just

'2" $199 ORANGE JUICE 11 SIZE a. 79C SLICES . . 12 01rue.. $196 thought of us that day.Whatever you
PEANUTS . UN. 0 did to console our heart, we thank
LB. Steve Futch. Rev.Gary Heath. Hope
51/8O-CT. MEDIUM MEDIUM Food Committee and
Whispering Pines Care Center for all
4 SHRIMPSCLUSTERSB PURPOSE their tender loving care of our
+- WHITE ALL $199 mother.

Wl Will NOT II KNOWINGLY Bl ur4D RSO o. POTATOES. "::: The family; of
FISHERMAN'S $ j99 f HARVEST FRESH Hilda Sullivan Griffith.


MQ TABLETS or CAPLETS FRESH SEAFOOD DC LB. LB. . VIS A steamy fauna or hot tub after a
winter workout seems an Inviting
ADVIL 2 PKGS.: $5 u1EDa INSPECTED .....d Ii\- U.SDC.IHSPICTED aUINCY FARM Idea. But the' National Safety Council
FRESH SEAFOOD $ 99 97' suggests" limiting a stay 'In the
DM PEorCF 2 1 MUSHROOMS !:fi. sauna or hot tub to 10 to 20 minute to
ROBITUSSIN .2 4B E $500 CATFISH NUGGETS u. SALAD . . La avoid overheating' or dehydration.'
Sauna and hot tub should' not be
! used' a*a weight 'loss device.' Fitness
enthulaf' / are advised' not to evprcite .
.. in hot area' and to weigh'
themselves' before and after a
[ ? workout. If weight 'lot exceed' two
percent of overall' body weight' kip/
the, sauna or hot tub to avoid further/ "
lot of body fluid Then. drink' one
pint of water for each' pound of
weight hut.t. .

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CARS/TRUCKS/VANS MOBILE HOMESFor : : .J 't:::ei .r I ., ..:;-;:..:':";; ,' 205 N. Temple Ave., Starke

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83 FOUR WHEEL DRIVE SILVERADO: Cecelia TerwillegarSo

Loaded with many extras. $4800 sale. rent:Large Doublewlde Mobile 4X8X7 PLYWOOD CONTAINERS for HOUSE FOR RENT,2 BR1 bath,kitchen
Please call 964-5647 alter 6 p.m. or sale. Used exterior plywood for sale. it Is with love again that we present
home on 1/4 acre In Brooker. Good CHG furnl hed$275 mo.$250 deposit,cal
2 782-1543. TFN 12
1985 CHEW 4X4 3/4 tn,AT PS AM/FM condition w/extras. 18000.00 468- SEARS COLDSPOT refrig. w/(comaker.Works 259-5244 or 266-4950 13
Cassette, tinted windows, chrome 2248 evenings. good.$175.964-4191.(llchg) 2 BEDROOM APT..STOVE.Mg, No pets.gas ONE SOLITARY LIFEHe
rims, sliding gl.window, rebuilt motor PRICE REDUCED I We have built new ALUMINUCM Included. $60 week, cal 964-
& trans Set of 14.36.5 RVT tires. home and must sell this 12x55 Mobile STORM A SCREEN
Asking $6,000.Call 964-8803.(4tchg( ) Home. 11M1O, 2BR, 1 BA,CHAA.Well DOORS. Reasonable. 964- 8498reo( 7728) 13 PD wail born In an obscure 'village, the child of a peasant
2 CHG pump A power pole Included. Must be 5405 (ttchg) 12 CHG ,
1984 BUICK SKYHAWK 2.0 liter 2dr.AC, moved. Now only$4995 OBO. Great BABY BED (mattress A bumper pads) \ !:ii'fl ''W N" EH, ] woman. He grew up In another village, where He worked..
radio. 4 spd. $1400 negotiable. 964- for starter home or 2nd homel! Call $25; car seat A cover$10; Fat lighter '... ... . ''' H
I. : .. .. .. .. : : : .
TIN In a carpenter shop until He was thirty. Then for three
934-5719 4 dr.
6305 from 8am to 5pm or 782-3634 EMP $2.50 @ bundel; dresser ((3 ) $5. e .
after pm. 2 EMP PALM MOBILE HOME: Furnished. 2/2. 964-4293. (Itpd r 7734)) 12 POSTAL JOBS i.41 to 14.90/hr./ For ap
1988 FORD T-BIRD. 6 cyl.. new tires. CH/A. W/D. Skirting screeend In PDSUGAR exam and application Info cal 219- p years lie was an Itinerant preacher. He never wrote

Black w/grey Interior. Good oond. AH porch carport,utility shed. New 25 yr. CANE SEED $25.00 a hundred 769-6649 ext FL214 Gem 9pm 7 Y had '
book. He never held an office. He never a family or
power. 338-4866 or 964-5326 after ove rroof. City water/sewer on Ig. stalk, 6 ft long with roots ready to days.pd( ck. 25649) 15HOSPITAL '
(4tchg( ) 2 CHG fenced lot In Waldo.Immaculate.((305)) plant, 9646872.pd( ck ) 12 PO N owned a home. He didn't go to college. He never visited a
1984 250 4 WHEEL DR. FORD TRUCK 882-0540 or 964-6727. 4 PD. JOBS. Start $6.80/hr., ,

w/new tires,brakes a muffler. Runs A CHG 'r' .. f ...,,.,,, 'I .-0.' ." .,.< ,,\ ... .. I area. No expo neo. For Info call 1-900-your vi big city. He never traveled two hundred miles from the*
drives. Excel) condo Call 964-7886\ NEW 24 WIDE. Set & Delivered
up on FOR RENTMOBILE 226-9399, ext. 1799. 6 am-8 7
? pm
(Itchg) 2 CHG your lot $15,995 or$190.59 per mo. _. !, ., days. $12.95 phone fee. (4tpd ck y place where He was born. lie did none of the things thafY
1977 Ford Granada, runs good. $295.00 Call 1-755-5114 Circle B Homes 10282) 19' PD e
Cash! 964-86022 EMPWAREHOUSEOFFICESPACE3.000sq. Lake City. ((3tchg) 4 HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY EASY WORK! EXCELLENT PAYI) Assemble : usually accompany greatness. He had no credentials but.

CHQ4BRS WATER SEWER CABLE TV. 2 BR products at home. Cal for
BIG 2Bx70w/plywoodfloords, 1 BATH 964-7498 TFN 13 Information 604-641-8003. ext. r Himself. He was only thirty-three when the tide'of
wood siding, shingle roof, plus free
9579.pd( 63315)) 15
public opinion turned Him. His friends
delivery A set-up, $282.20 per mo. MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY PD against ranH
Call 1-755-5114. Circle B Homes, WATER SEWER CABLE TV. 964- COMPUTER OPERATOR I Iin the office H
Lake City. ((3tchg) 4 away. One of them denied Him. He was turned over tos
7498 TFN 13 of the City Clerk. Applicants must
ft.5294 at Enterprise Diane Ely.Park TFN on 100.3 Call 964- BANK CHG REPOS. Save thousands. Poor MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT: 2 and 3 have a High School Diploma and oneyeal"l p His enemies and went through the mockery of a trial. Hap:
bedrooms.Near Prison Call964- 115 comp.
CHG credit or very little credit needed. We or 468-1323.. 13 CHG at Personnel Office, City of Stare, Y was nailed to u cross between two thieves.Y
225 can Help call. Call 1-755-5114.CircleB MOBILE HOME FOR RENT: 1/2 mile City Hall, 209 N. Thompson St Ap-
LEASE: Location, 225A across from Homes, Lake City. ((3tchg) from city. Furnished. 468-1323 TFN pltea. will be accepted until 5 p.m. N While He was dying.....!!!* vxvtulloncrM! gambled fur Ills*
Old Louise Hunting Club. Short or 4 CHG CHG CHGSECRETARYRECEPTIONIST .
13 ( )
long term available. Call Casey, 485- MOBILE HOME MOVING-BEST BET the He bad earth. When Hew .
1266. 3 CHG LOW RENT fum. efficiency rooms, very (tempo- w garments, only property on
MOVERS. Your Best Bet for Mobile
In the office of the
clean a quiet Air & heat South on rary DOS) City
;;... ;; ', ;.r', r'" :. .: ....... .C. 'I Home moving and complete/ set-ups. 301. 964-5687.pd( ck 426)) Operations Manager. General clerical ywas dead, He was laid In a borrowed grave through theV
( Ralph Bryan, owner. 964-7724. TFN work associated with the day to
;, t. c. ... '..'." .' '.':" _",',' "; ..! 4 CHG MOBILE HOME 3BR 1 1/2 BA, unfum., day operation of the office. Duration a pity of a friend. Nineteen'< centuries have come and gone,:

; on Griff Loop, $250 mo., $150 sec. of assignment, aproximately 6 mts. '
'I" I1'SAI S" r and today lie is the central figure of the human. race.
LOST DEC. 11 Black 8 wk old at Personnel of
at Office
Lake Boat REWARD puppy ,. ....;. .... ... ,' dep. Call 964-2999, leave message.WHY Apply City
Hampton ramp. 5 .. . < RENT) : EMP. Starke, City Hall 209 N. ThompsonSt All the armies that ever marched, all the navies that ever
468-2055. (llchg) ?Homes for$I,Repos.GoVt Applica. will be accepted until 5

CHG. YARD cabinet SALE, table Fri. ,A lots Sat misc.Bicycles N.W., china 29th Give Away Programs! For Information p.m.CHG Deo. 21, ((2tohg) 15 s* sailed, all the parliaments that ever sat, all the kings that,

.ANIMALS &, Ave. off 301 N. ((1tpd R 7731)) 5046490670.Ext. R9579.(1tpdCk HELP WANTED) MWR Club P ,
052963)) 13 PD system. ever' reigned, put together, have not affected the life off j
:P.ETS FOR. SALEBOARDING 7 PD OFFICE FOR RENT at 2117 N. TempleAve. Heavy Buffet Cook, grill cooks, waitresses -
THIS FRI. & SAT.from 9 till 5. Many misc. Rent is negotiable.Contact Ron bartenders A cashiers. We PY man on this earth as much as that............ 7e
LARGE In or out runs. Individual items A clothes. 1341 Blending St. Denmark at 964-5516. TFN are looking for fully exp.personnel. If
care. Bathing dipping groom- Saratoga Hts. (Itpd r 7735)) 13 CHG you aren't experienced,do not apply.No .

Ing by master groomer. 964-9560. GIFT 7 SHOP PD A ANTIQUE FIRE SALE. 25- OLIN'S SUBDIVISION, MOBILE Home phone calls! apply In person at the ONE SOLITARY LIFE"THE
6 CHGROTTWEILER and sewer fur Service Club. Camp Blanding.
lots 'for rent, water
be 75%off.Open everyday until sold out EOE.(3tch( ) CHG
PUPPIES ready for nished, cable tv available. 782-3333 APPLICATIONS DEVINE SHEPHERD
Christmas. No papers. Purebred. Bldg. at traffic light In Lawtey. (Itchg) TFN 13 CHG ACCEPTING for CNA's

$150. Call 964-7450 alter 5 p.m. 7 CHG 3 BR 2 BA BRICK HOUSE In country. Su-Els Retirement Home. 46 2619. e BYMURILLOi
FRI. FROM 9 TILL 4,Sat from 9 till 1
6 CHG p.m. (Itchg) 15 CHG
(Itchg) Unfurn. $400 mo. plus dep. Now tak-
Deo. 21 A 22. Lots of baby winter City of Starke Police Dept Is : :
clothes, highchair potty chair. ing appl. 964-5734 after 4 pm.pd( r now acceptIng "Happy New Year"After

,'"LAND: .:';.FOR. ., 'SALE, .. ,: Women's clothes and lets other misc. 2BR 7720)HOUSE) 13 TRAILER PD A 4BR House In officer.applications Applicant for must entry be level State police Cert. Hours

Items. 2nd entrance on Gnlfis Loop. Country.Call anytlme964-3728.((1 tpd at least 19 yrs.of age and have a high

WATERFRONT: Sampson Lake lots. 7 Follow PDAUCTION signs. (Itpd ck 553) r7719)) 13 PD school diploma.Interested partiesare Anne Terwillegar Brown ............................473.7541
2.3,4 & 5 on Breamwood Point Ap- SGLWIDE TRAILER on 1 acre. Brand to pick up applications at Starke
prox.9.3 Ac.870 ft on waterfront Anyor "EO'R"'S u tE new. 2BR, 2BA 14x54. $325 mo. City Hall and return completed Sandra Terwillegar ...................................964.4003
all lots. 882-O540 964- __ \ $290 dep. 2 ml. from Juno. 225 & 16 the Starke Police Dept no later
6727.9 (305))CHG or c. towards LawteY.on 225. Turn at NW than Dec 31. ((2tchg) 15 Debra Connaughton ..................................964-2833

68th near pond. Cad CHG
SAT. DEC. 22. 7:30: p.m. SR 782-3417 8:30: till 2 or 1-779-0774 POSTALJOBS-1U1 to 14.90/hr. For
;WANTEDWANTEDIII : 225SmUMt4>f fUi,8.-,301f1'fni. E.of alters. TFN.4OUSEfJ yjirO' CHa 3 I exam and application (Inlo-can-21
.SR" IttJ&i/'lwJrnB' T :.oBIa'OLD. 1 I 769-6649 ext FL214 earn -
", ; LAK "( EVA 2BR 11 A. I IAC. 9frnjf
,New A used and Christmas Items. days. 15 CHG }V i-
'" TOP PRICES'' PAID''FOR' ,private beach.dock$375 mo.Jtlo/ j t I ) |
7708J) 'M2 HOSPITAL JOBS. Start $8.eOnr.yourrarea.
9964-8778.(4tpd' Pets. 1-777-4501 or 4753468. (1tpd
LEASES on open farm . R 7722)) 13 PD No exp.neo.For Info call 1-900-
land. Contact Tom Chairs, Day-904- ALICIA HAY ROLLS. Delivery avail. 2BR HOUSE FORRENT.Pleasant Grove. 226-9399, ext. 1799, 6 am-8 pm 7day.
542-7957 or Nlght-904-542-7050. James Gasklns, 964-8356FN Fenced yard. 1 acre Call anytime .. $12.95 phone fee. 15LIVEIN
(Mtcha.) 11 CHG 12 CHG 964-4847. ((2tpd) 13 CHG CR229 N.W.,28th St. Starke 9'64.6133 J

ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for wanted.Mature femaleR iford
rent. Close to prison. Call 468-1323. a188.CaIl431.1056lor Interview.
TFN 13 PD 15 CHG
COUNTRY LIVING. Area for garden In DINING ROOM MQR.Captaln D's, a
Strawberry Acres. 3BR 1 BA, CH/A, division of Shoney's 'Inc. Is now look-
carpet, deck, app!. $365 mo. plus Ing for Dining Room Mgrs.An Individual
dep. 1 yr. lease. 4 mi. N. of Starke on must pooass an outgoing person- 0'
301 to NE 50th. Follow signs. 1-778- ality A must be able to work well with Largo or Small Loads of Llmerock
public.Only self motivated Individuals
0314. ((2tchg) 13 CHG
APARTMENTS FOR RENTI) 1BR apt. need apply. Benefits Include health Tractor Work a Backhoe Bulldozer
fum. $200. Its. & elec. fum. BR apt, dental A Ufa plans 5 day 44 hourwork
$175 and 2BR,$200. NO PETS.964- _kvacatlon after 6 months, credit '
kj 2796. ((2tchg) 13 CHG union stock purchase plan A bonus 5823
i0 1 1EL BRADFORD VILLAGE APTS. Close In. plan. Call today for Interview 904-

Good neighbors. Off street pklng. 781-1920. 15 CHG "
Children A pets welcome. 964-8601. .

REALTOR 2 BR TFN HOUSE 13 IN TOWN CHG unfurnished HOMES.:. .OIt': SALE' ,i ''F"'i.l" '< 'c."1A': )F :

aaasa M. Fe.&a r.Cal CB1 TrullmtERA $275 mo,$150 deposit,can 9642162for I \
appointment 13 CHG

PALMS APARTMENTS,dean furnished Movie Rental Business in location with 5000
Faulkner Realty Inc. efficiency rooms. North on 301, 964- 2 Br) COUNTRY HOME on 1 acre, Igarvgrm prime over

5621ck( 110)) 13 PD sitting, rm wlovely fireplace.Screened titles. Financing Available to right party. Only serious
Located Hwy. 301. 2 Blocks South of CR 100 e 221 Lafayette St.* 1 BR APT.stove, refrig.Nopets, utilities porch. $29.000. Call 864-
furnished, $70 week,964-6232 8827. ((4tpd pk 1229) 16 inquires will be evaluated.
*NEW LISTING lake Butler 3 BR 1 1/2 BA CB chain link fenced yard d.n.
new carpet.Call Today for appointment. 198-90 For additional information call 964-6305

*LIVE NEAR THI LAKE 3 BR 2 BA 24 x 65 DoublewkJe on a beautiful lot
between 8-9 Mon. Fri. Ask for
w/frult trees, CH/A, fireplace, screened front porch w/carpt and a 24 x 36garog. a.m. John

.workshop,many extra 179.90
*IN CITY LIMIT OP STARKIi 3 BR 1 12 BA Brick ham w/CH/A 1 car garage,
Call today for appointment. 157.90 Thinking -of buyWgftptf

ASSUMABLE MTO.l 3 BR 2 BA ham on Pratt St., CH/A with torn owner OUTLAW selling? Call us| I A
financing. Call today to ee.. 97.90
Evenings & Weekends
'/ '.77 ACRES on Edwards Rd. 195.90 IRctu3r, ,

BEAUTIFUL LOTS near Country Club lot lie 175 x 230. Priced to sell.

990000. ,4.90 I Your Full Sarvlc* Real Estate Office 1200 sq. ft. store space in Deerfoot Center. Carpet
LAKE PRIVILEGES TO GEORGES LAKE on this. 75x100at.. ( Good buy at STAMPS H,
$1695.00. & in Would consider
,4,90 fixtures may stay, bldg.
*3 LOTS, each 73 x 200 with Lake prlveleaes. All 3 lots $7800.00 on paved . '
rood- 109-90 ,.:; ".Re 64-537" discounting rent for first 6 months.
*, ACRES W/3BR 1BA home with CH/A carport, w/2 chicken houses, 30 x Florida Stale*Certified*
600.Price Reduced to sell.Call for details 158.90 i.Re>at Eatata*Appraiser Call 964-6305
*REDUCED MR QUICK SALE.40 acre 2 wells.. 1 septic 197.90 .
*LAWTIY 2BR 1BA fenced yard reduced*$20.000.. Owner financing 192-90 Consultation ',;,. i iBy REALTOR Ask for John
*LONGCHAMP lID, priced way below market value.38R 1BA brick Appointment < ,
partially furnished. veneer 190-90 ;App l$ :i.ffo; _' i

*KINGSLIY LAKI DR.i 3BR BA CHI A.screen parch,warkohop 1 acre 189-90

*'UNIT COMMERKAL RENTALS" on 3/4 acre. Reduced to$89.900. .172-90 SENIOR REGISTERED NURSE
*DOUUEWlDEi 30x30 born 36x30 workshop 1 acre.. 189-90

*4 ar BEDROOM 2BA over 1700 sq.ft. A.steal at 51000.A non-qualifying Atarhe's Finest NeIghborhood. Minimum Qualifications: Fl. Licensure as a Professional
mtg.of$043.000. u x.90 BrfcIt-Over2OOO/t. CH/A
*BEAUTIFUL 3BR 28A on 2 acre In Keystone Hgts. 6 yrs. Assumable' mtg. to ,Range Refrig.,dishwasher Nurse and one year experience

qualified buyer. 201.90 Doubt garage. large tots Salary: Based on credentials and experience, negotiable up

\ long*SARATOGA. HGTS.t 3BR 1BA.beautiful.comer. lot. Hurry this one won't last *OWNER FINANCING Brick 4/2 CH/A new roof new. paint, 55000.: to $30,000 annually. (Benefit package worth over $8,000) ,

186-90 *COUNTRY LIVING Brick 4/2 CH4A 2000', 9 acres, pool.DOUBLSWIDEi .
OWNERANXIOUSi3BR2BA3.1eoereovor3OOOsq.ft. 180-90 New appliance on 3 ocr... Excellent far hone.'* kids.
Ave. Great Investment. TECIINICIAN-CERT
*:JO ACRES NORTH Of lAWTIYi Owner will consider financing.
*FOR.same RENTS financing 3BR 1 1/2 possible.IA 'block LI.ted.home 1$12,300. 188-90 CONVENIENT TO STARKIi CI, 3/2. CH& A, FPL 1352 ft., Ige work' shop. Minimum Qualifications: Fl. Licensure as a Practical

garage/property manager '. fully""'fenced CH/A screened porch *:a COMMERCIAL PARCELS, S. U.S. 301 In City. Nurse. Salary based on credentials and experience.
HtfAFE COUNTRY LIVING Custom built 2-story 4/2'Ao2388 ft. 37
*FOR fenced RENT 3BR 1 1/3 BA block home CH/A.hug play house, trees on 2 fully *COUNTRY HOME ON 3 ACRES 3/2. great room, wood stove,On over acres.1500 sq.ft. Salary: Negotiable up to $18,700 annually. (Benefit
acre nod for
a workshop
*COMMERCIAL/OFFICE RENTAL SPACE him/property AVAILABLE manager.Ask for BROOKER ARIA NICE NICE! OW 3/2 with lots of extras I 1/2 acres fenced. package worth over $5,000) .

Manoger. Property *CONNIRLY ESTATESiBrlck 312.'on 1 ace Immac. coed. landscaped: yd. Successful candidate will be eligible for all Fl. Career ,
Inexpensive living.
Call One of Our Professionally *CUSTOM BUILT BRKKi 3/3, CH/2. 3184 sq. ft. Nice. 2.12 ocresStarke, Brick Service Benefits including State Contributions to Health i iI

$00 Trained StaffTo.dJj:,...964-5069 Over 2000 sf. double garage on 2 laree lots. .. I Insurance end Retirement. 13 paid Vacation Days 10 paid
*LAKEFRONT Fish a Swim. Wend "Fum. beach.
cottage. Sandy Sick 10
Days Deferred
d paid Holidays Compensation
After, HoUrs Call These, Realtors *NATIONALLY KNOWN ELECTRONICS BUSINISSi For Sale to Qualified Buyer. CEU's & In-service Pay.
Irene F 964-5142 *LAWTIY ARIA Spacious older home 3/2 Owner financed. Training. ,
Fttutkntt" '
*WALDO COMMIRdAl BUILDING In the heart of Waldo. Ideal for cr..... Send completed Fl. State Application to: R< Nate Holton
Darlene Godiv ; ,
; ;., 468-2503 *FARM HOUSE a IAINS on 3 ac. Good area.Close to Starke. REDUCED Personnel Manager New River Correctional Institution.,'
e "Woody"Rjder> .964-9040 *CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITE BR.CH/A 1300 SF. 1 ac. REDUCED
Post Office Box
e Thomas (Tom)Grost. 964-6786 *US 301 SOUTH Large triple wide 3/2 On 4.5 plus ac. Close ml I 333 Raiford, Florida 32083-033) or Phone
L *LAWTEY ARIAS Nice 3BR. 1 1/2..4 sep. rentals, all an 1 acre. .((904) 964-4000. '.*;:.
e Je1l1lj Mann:-.3 i 468-2502 *BUILDING LOTS IN STARKE AND COUNTRY CLUB ARIAS Areesje. Preference shall be
given to veterans & certain uses'veterans of
Connie Will ns .... Property Mgr. *WATERFRONT Crosby Lake Canal large DW $34,000 owner finance. BOB M/F/ sp
We Invite inquirees On Othek.l.tln s
I "- PO" 8115 jPag.40

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Ads Area I Keystone Area AdsNOTICE I Union County AdsFOR I


$: : : i: ,$ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be...... ROOM FOR NT-Kitchen privileges and FORD MO nom IUNNNINO CHAR
miffed to the loko Region Monitor office use of living room. SO/wk. Call AND CARRIER for Individual suspenIon. I ACM LOTS Paved read frontage In *BEDROOM BATH MOBIL HOME IMS
: In writing and paid In advance 473-3920 for appointment. ltchgl2-27 11 $300. Call Marty at 964-6280...t. Southwest Union County.Owner financing per men* 1125 sec. dep. Call
C.C.CLEANING SERVICE,cleaning the Ittr available. Law Down Payment. 4944452. Itchrg. 12/6.
unless credit js already establishedwith 1-6 272 or 7W-3964 after 6:30 p.m. TfN.PtlTOI.I. .
house for the worklra spouse. Cwpelt. this off loevMONITOR TWO BR MH-S230 month plu. security Slight .M evte.$9333.MM auto."25. Reasonable Interest rate. Call ((904))
holkfaay l *.-nlall.Getl'Ndy torpdckSSO STAFF CANNOT BE HELD deposit. 473-0359 or 473-7057. firm.496-3521.2tchrg. 12/20 12/27. 496-35O9. 4tpd. 12/13 1/3. 1 ACM SMAOTO LOT Septic tank and.
\he 78Z.oon. ( ) RESPONSIBLE4 FOR MISTAKES IN 2tpdl2-2O-27.0003523. TYPEWRITERS FOR AU Silver Reed EX ..ewer pole. Near Washington
17 PD CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER LAKE .ACCESS-1 2 3 Bedroom mobile 34- $,SO. Silver Reed EX 42. 75. Roth MOBILE HOMES ..... CeH ....2F09. after 5 p.m. ttpd.
REBUILT AUTO TRANSMISSIONS for THE TELEPHONE. homes. $140 and up per month. lake electric with correction. Call 496-2251. 12/4.
most domestic car w/e mo.warranty Classified deadline 11:00 a.m. Tuesday Geneva Rentals 473-7566 Mid-Fla. Hauling.2tchrg. 12/20,12/27.
CLOUOUT-* 14 MIDI 18993 $116pe'
$195 wexchange.. Reedy to Inllllll. prior to Thursday's publication. 6mopd7.9()-1.91 or NOTICE
month.' Free Delivery 'with hi 50
2727807. 17 Minimum charge Is S3.50 for 15 words, FURNISHED EFIHCIENCY-Apartments on
PERSONAL SERVICES miles. Call 1-755-51U.Circle B Homes,
PAINTING AND PRESSURE WASHING then 15 cents for each additional word. lake Geneva Neat and claan. Lake City, Fl. CLAUIFMO ADVERTISING should be submitted -
Quality workataffordable It bills mailed out, there will be $275/plus tax per monthS100 deposit.
prices.Free are a BANK REPOS Save thousands, to lit* Union County Times of.
E.tlmal81. Cole Contracting, 064. ,$3.00 billing charge. Includes utilities. 473.2919.4tpol2. WELL DtsUINO AND SEPTIC TANKS Do,. credit or little credit needed poor, we flee In writing and paid In advance
"4111 after 5 p.m. (6tpd 7538)) Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171 man Well and Septic Tank Inc.. 214 can helpCall very 17555114. Circle BHorn. unless credit to already establishedwith
,17 PO I Keystone Hts.r FL 32656 ON LAKE CENEVA-2BR/VtBA, Newly Inch water wells. Pumpssales, ser ... Lake Fl. this oHk..
HANDY MAN: Bargain Rates. Painting I decorated home. Beautiful hardwood vice. Installation septic tanks, lift 4 elDROOM. 1MO City 81X70 with TM TIMES STAFF CANNOT Bl HELDRltPONMBLI
Plumbing.E ctrical doors throughout. Built-in range and stationsNew. Installation drolnfleld plywood
.Decks.Additions. floors wood siding, shingle roof, plus FOR MISTAKES INCLASMWDB
Major Repair 25 yrs. Experience. oven refrigerator, furnished. This repairs. Contact Bryan (Shooter) free delivery and set-up. 12B2.20/_. WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVERTNRTBJJPMON
Local references. Woody, 064-5405 FOR SALE won't last long at$375 per month 11375 Jones-275-2004- Jones- 2752716. Call 17555114. Circle S Homes. Lake *. ,
before 7 a,m. or after 6 p.m. for best deposit. Lake Geneva Rentals. After 6 p.m.. State licensedAll workguarenteed City Fl. 12/13 12/27 OessrHesI deadline Is MONDAY 5
results. TFN (pd r 7677)) 17 SATELLITE SVSTEM-repossessed due' to 473.2919.4tchgI2. -free estimates. 1/2S Stpd. P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
CHG divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing Geneva:, H/AC $300 2/22 then/ tin Minimum charge Is 15 words lor$3.50,
WANT TO DRINK THATS YOUR BUSI- down. $39/mo. 12721031. month. 473-4961. 7.4:30: p.m. BILLS AmiANCE Soles and Repair Se,. FOR RENT then 15 cents for each word thereafter.
NESSI WANT TO STOP? THATS 4tchgl 2-613.20.27 4lchg-12-27-l-3-10-17 vice. Buy some, sell some, fix some.
OURS) IBR/IBA-One block from Library. 4962090..TFN. 111.
Alcoholics Anonymous 064- old
3619,8644150.064-6614'( ck 493)) with scrambler. down. $2SO/month. 473-4961 7.4:30: p.m. DWK2HT JONES DOZER WORK 275-2354
Nothing month with $125 Sec Dep. Cell nights
17 PD $49/mo. 1.272.1018 4tchl2-6-13-2O-27 4tcha12-271-3-10-17 Hwy. 229 south land. Albert and weekends. 4963452. 2tpd. 12/27 HELP WANTED
CUSTOM WOODWORKING ft repairs, LAKE COTTAGE on Lake Brooklyn In Andrews. 496-1131 or 496-2164 Hwy. 1/3. .
additions repairs remodeling mobile Keystone area.Call for Info.473-4840. 121 Lake Sutler. BULLDOZER, BACKHOE 3 BEDROOM MOBILE, HOMI near RMC USDA-ASCS bids thru
now accepting
homes, cabinets and crafts. Phone ((2tpd)13) PD EXCLAVATOR DUMP TRUCKS, 4962599. 2tchrg. 12/27. 1/3. December 21 for aerial observation.
473-4018 after 5 p.m. SERVICESCAREER WELLS DRILLED PUMPS TANKS SEP- AU AREAS RENT RENT TO BUY Houses flights' In northeast Florida. For further
R.Q.C.M052543. Senior citizens SAND DRAIN FIELDS SEPTIC Farms, Ranches. 2-3-4-5 bedrooms. Information call 496-3661 or write to 25N.I.
special rate. (TFN) 17 IN REAL ESTATE-We Train. Wot- TANKS FILL DIRT TRAILER POLES, Prices to fit budget. Secured Rentals- 1st St.Lake Butler FL 32054.2tpd.
COOL OFF In this above CULVERTS. Give call
CHGMOBILE ground pool In us a we can do It
1-350-1133. FEE. 4tdvg. 1220110. 12/6,
son Realty Corp. 473.4816 12/13.
HOME MOVERS-R.M. chg8/30.I 2.27 the summer. Stay toasty warm by this all. 4tpd. 12/20. 1/10.
BROWNING Set-ups.Can 755-3753 wood stove In the winter 3BR/2BA. NU DIRT AND BACKHOE WORK Albert
for free estimate ((4tpd) 17 Brick. Fenced. Established subdivision Andrews 496-1131 or 4962164. 4tpd. *-
PDWATER FLOOR SAQQIN.DOOR In city limits. Assumable mortgagewith 12/20,,I/JO .. .
SPECIAUST: Pump and well DRAQOIN.HOUSE OUT OF no qualifying. 79000. 4733756. Ott
repair all makes and models. Ufe- LEVEL LaRue Leveling Service for
long resklentwith many years experience. all your foundation repair 4737721.BRADFNORD AUTOMOTIVE Happy New Year
Call Collier drifts at 0646529.pd -
PD Septic tank pumpout at reasonable transmissions for most domestic cars a
ft PRESSURE WASHINQ. prices alto drain line repairs. Starke. with 6 months warranty. $195 w/ex- Special McCulloch SaleSPECIAL
A ext 10 yrs. exp. Victor demons B64-8121.TFN 17 CHG change. Ready to Install. 12727607.
Painting Contractor. 064-6189 after Stchgl 1.812.21REPOSSESSED .-'if
5.(Stpd r. 7692)17) PD "vqltML: SAVE $50
any age. Hot meals. Located down VA & HUD __ "
Starke. PRICE
town Call 964-4770.(3tpd)


SALES AND SERVICE: AI makes from $1 without credit
and models cleaned, oiled and adjusted government T.H.E.APARTMENTS. $12995Carrying .
$15. New and used sewing _
check. You Also S & L
machines. Hwy 233 ft 18 (Morgan repair.
RoadO 064-6733 TFN 17
bailout properties. Call 922 E. Brownlee St.
CHG Mod,) MM 2.0 Cu. In. Engine
NEED A ROOM ADDED to your house or 1-805-682-7555 ext. H-3659 for Camp Blanding Rd. .f Vie.. 14" Sprocket -Tip Bar
mobile home? Need a roof ore roof Starke FL 32091 ,
repaired?Need a deck or a screened Limited to Quantity in Stock
porch? We'll do It for you at reason repo list your area. 964-7133
able retell) We also do_1herizlng. ,
Free estimates, all work guaranteed! 2 & 3 BR family oriented with On All

064-2525 CHGRAKING Lynn. JILL for Construct.James or 0644593 17 for 'SEIZED CARS trucks boats -FREE laundry Electricity& large playground.first month. 20 % Off Bars & Chains

hour.SERVICE.064-2586 Call from for 0 appt UN $5 par -income Rent 3O if%you of queJify.your monthly Large Selection in Stock
EMP 8. Keep 4 wheelers motor homes by FBI .If you earn$3.35 per br..40
trylngl17 hire. a week A have 3 dependents
HAULING OF ALL TYPES. Also yard your rent would be about$112 amonth ALL Saws
work. 782-1543. (TFN) 17 IRS DEA. Available area or$3.73 per day for day BRYAN'S STARKE
CHG your left in the month,for move-in South
WILL BABYSIT I IN MY HOME anytime after the first.Qualified Ge5
any age. Hot meals. Located down- Singles Accepted. 'On Sale
InwrLStark fiaJ 064 7,7jpf(3pd( | hB.057 ,,82.75QQ;; e Move-in cost can be a. low as 'A4 I ;
4. ... $10.00. !
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Il' -, J ) ;f. -. '- .@ .F-- ti KEYSTONE HEIGHTSHghwsy .
MISCELLANEOUS S3 i''..... ... r'lJ'' 130,__ ', : ,_ JBqusl Housing g--; I Hardilv l' 't1n cJl'(t' East Next to\ TBon'8G/oc 1y

Garden Centers 4n.4008 475-2400

8 C.O.P.LIQUOR LICENSE for Ml.*.782-
CHG 1367 or 782-3220. ((2tchg)18 Government H.T.

Subsidized Homes i t I i

You"may qualify for a subsidizedloan Rentals / .

for a new home with no I I 't' t' t

down payment. Pay only closing ,
Rent to Own 4.
costs." r .1 I'$39' DOW' /ff;:: ." Mi)riW' WEEK' .

A new home on paved street '-- TV's

city sewer and water, costs Stereos 74 Dodge D-1OO Pick-Up $895

only $150 per month. Washers Runs Good Dependable 43716

Call us..we'll see if you qualify. MicrowavesAnd Dryers < 79 Chrysler LeBaron $895

Good Transportation f 3732
Phone 377-O419or More I
New Thor'sGreetings '81 AMC Concord S/W
1.800.2260122Florida $995
.No Credit? -No Problem! Econom Wa on 3695

USA Realty Md No Security DepositNo 78 Toyota Celica $1495
Credit Checks
i Runs per ect Chea on O.. '3894
Investments Inc. JLWrpubel .
Stark '
... 446 W. Madison SL i g i
TWinn Dixie Shopping Center '84 Chev Caprice
96444 Nice & Clean Affordable 3603

TimberWe 78 Chevy Van 1995

Looks Good Runs Good 03724
Qree>n Covet J Jpringss Ch18111Ind

?102 N.lburip BHd. 83 Pontiac T-1OOO
Buy Pine Trees in y 326. 169S
H. T.
It 2TO 1 -ieAandonal5hoppinpCenter Good Gas Mileage 369O

yard or on uncleared lots. Rentals'Service 82 Ford Granada $

Nice Dependable Transportation 43683

Call Anytime Riczky Wro1bel Electronic Repair Stereo's' -TV.VCR 017 ssa Tars AYter ';$299 DOWN! 'fft ,< ; 1 8

SR 5
83 Toyota $2495
Extra Nice Econom t3723

I REVELS STARKE NATIONWIDE,FL RV 1 I wanted, to be home for the Nice 79 Ride Ford Runs Ranchero Perfect 37O1 *2495

YEAR-END CLOSE OUT SALE holidays Upjohn HealthCare 85 Plymouth Duster $2895

Spor Econom Car 3888

i Services made it '84 Suburu GL $2495
; possible. Runs Perfect Clean A Dependable 3eaO
MOTOR HOMES MUST GO! : 1 'ylome health care I Is an excellent alternative $4I.'DOWM '. :, 'o.K

when people cannot fully care for < ,1i;"" "WhV ,, '
BOUNDER 2AiaM tVQaI4y i themselves yet do not need to be In a Ford Escort
SALE PRICE hospital or nursing home. They can en- $2895
WAS$$3.174$ J4S
\ joy the comforts of home and family Extra Nice Car 3738

SIDTIW'I' :; Ca,27Yt while receiving the car they need oftenat '86 Chevy Chevette
far below that of Institutional $2
a cost 93737
va.WI rmr,1.akd Runs Great Economy

WAS$110, 38! SALE PRICE ,179G'I'IAW2Ajact s care. 84 Buick '$
; ; Each year thousands of people re- Century
Nvctl' T-Type Sports
< T
ceive care at home from Upjohn HealthCare
>iddc! Watr i br> ,II/WIIC/ '". Services. Our services help elderly 82 Chrysler Cordoba
WAS S7SooJ SALE PRICE people who want to stay home to main- One Owner Low Mile 43656

: tain their Independence.:We also help ,
{ -
P1lI.SAl "
F1ASCA bo-fIC.IUaG people who have long-term Illnesses '$6"" "

WA$3s.195 s&LE ntiaJtf-$ those recovering from surgery and many ,

BOifhmm\' r3w!: 1VnibMk.1b others.aides homemaker We provide nurses and companions.If home health. 86 Ford F-1OO Pick-Up $QQQFi

Extra Nice Inside A: Out 43667 ejQ>CyeJ>
IpSidcAilk) you or someone you love needs
WAS$l.8J76 8m no home health care.'can Upjohn HealthCare 83 Olds Cutlass Supreme $3895
Service Were the nation' leading Looks and Drives Like New

private provider of home health care.
84 Olds Cutlass S/W $3995

UPTOHNHEMTHCM 54-8772 9 Passenger Runs Perfect 3833

1-8oo-448-77J3 '85 Chevy Monte Carlo $4295'Starke
SERVICES Sts.arlc-5. Florida*
.1S4 UJ> .ts..nhuwsowcs: One Owner Low Miles 3831


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Lawt v 1st 2nd grade A honor roll 2nd 6 weeks Walk Against Drugs... -
assistance of county and city law enforcement stall
1st rowilamirian Johnson, Matt Lawrence, Krystal McCauley,Jordanne Padgett, Kaylyn Wilkerson,Ted All of Lawtey Community School participated In a students walked the block around tile ache and 4wa I
Broskey Elizabeth Buxton, Rohyn Chamberlain, and Casey Duncan. 2nd row: Allison Durrance,Kevin walk against drugs during Red Ribbon week. With the US-301. back to the school.
Helmlinger Samantha Lee,Jeffery Ben ,Amanda Croteau,Leslie Henry Brian Beck,April Searcy
and Brenda Lewis. 3rd row:Jessica Hinson Jared Scott,Jessica Brantley Amber Gray Jenni Hudkins,
Daina Skinner Matt Bennet, Chistina Walker James Baker, and David Wilkerson.Not shown Amber
c;;." .. Skinners Receive

Tree Farm Award

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Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Skinner of
r- ,. Jacksonville have been named the 9JeYJota dfT
'. Bradford County 1900 Outstanding
.w Tree Farmers of the Year by the
Florida Forestry Association.The .
Skinners were nominated by New Years
Jack Chappel, Stone Container Cor
poration.The .
5 S} Florida Tree Farm Program, SpecialsAcrylic
r r JGr W3 sponsored by the Association part

!1? of that a nationwide Tree Farm System Nails .. .. ,. .f. .. .. $30.00

i' i bY owners encourages to do an effective private job forest of Tips .. 4)1 .. 12.00

growing trees as a crop. A Tree Perms i';, . 25.00
Farm is a tract of privately owned (Includes cut& style) ,t., "

forest managed to produce con- Haircuts .. 8.00
tinuous crops of trees with added Includes & .
benefits ( shampoo style) .'
k 1Y habitat of improved wildlife Bral' .. .. .. .. 7.00
protection, out .:,<
door recreation,and aesthetic value. '::!,., : "t; I
The Outstanding Tree Farmer of ** **n fjji
rt the Year competition Is held each Open Monday-New Years Eve Closed Tu.sday-New Pay
year to recognize landowners who
are doing an exceptional job of
Beauty SupplyLarge
forest management on their proper
ty., There are approx
imately 3,500 Certified Tree selection of Ethnic Hair Care products.

Farmers in Florida whose Carefree, New ERA, Leisure Curl& Combo, and
forestlands cover over 7 million
Law ley 3,4,5,6,7th grade A honor roll 2nd 6 weeks1st aeres. more. .

I rowBryan: Reyes,Christina Rutledge,Tarah Skinner,Amanda Crawford,Ashley CasWns,Dana Criffis,Mcghann Hoslsenson: ,and James
Lawrence.2nd row: Kim Stamp,John Adkins,Ricky Beck,Kyle Bennett,Kristy Fishburn,Cristie Colts,Greg Starling,and Patricia Cowie. 3rd DELUSIONS ABOUT DENTISTSA
row:Chris Lanier,Amanda Patrick,Amanda Crews,Bonnie Cowie,Henry Ross,Jamie Hinson,and Chris G wens.Not shownAmber: Shuford. wracking trip to for the most dentist people can be but nerve-It is 130% Selected

-----.. especially intimidating for children.
The National Sa/ecy Council
Telegraph Survey putting children's minds to FF Items
from ID Birthday Message To rest by beginning visits to the dentist
at an early age. Explain that the
Soldier In Saudi"We dentist Is a friendly doctor and ask if
games while the baseball and the doctor might demonstrate each 3otaVn..n fTouck

particularly the little league teams technique Chttdrerscjj before{tso/'1I\Pde"M'or. ... rf. en.- .fn "
get zero. You could definitely be love you and we are setlbae.b4... 5''''''a\lI''P.-ooleo I.> '-a 417..C Edw.atds..BO d.S icq:. 964-4077 :.;. ... .
more even handed in that area." very proud of you son." said read or a cassette'to listen"to whlle .j;;. .. .., . ..
"I read the Telegraph every week mom and dad. "Happy they are In the waiting area.
Birthday this December 29 and( _
and it's a pretty good paper, said "
Len Looney a native of Bradford you have our love and prayers.
i This was the message the
coanty. of Kevin Lee Griffis
"I don't think you sufficiently parents i
wished the Telegraph to
spread the that if someone
message express. Sgt. Griffis is currentlyover
has something going on they can in Sandland as part of the
call and you will try to cover it," Desert Shield operation.If .
said Gerald Brown."I read the paper any of you wish to write to
and I see a great many events and Kevinhere is the address: Sgt. A
institutions who consistently Griffis, Kevin L. 263870521, Det.
receive coverage and I believe that MALS-II Avionics, Operation

is because they know to call you Sgt. Kevin L.Grlffla Desert Shield, FPO San
when something newsworthy is Francisco,CA 96608-6011 V"r

happening. If you could do a better : ;

job letting the community know .
that you will cover their event if at MEDIFAST@George
all possible and if you receive
sufficient notice; I believe that
would make a great improvement in g v -

the Telegraph. Beyond that,you are Restea, M.D. i-
doing a good job."

announces tificationer
Now folks, we didn't hand pick
this weeks respondents and we

didn't pay them any money. We Ml A AMA
didn't set out to print such a
glowing report on our reporting.But {hysicijVW n erv isj

in the interest of improving our .*g*it p..rtrxnleal \

paper, we would like to give any Comprehensive treatment
other readers the opportunity to call incft fig:

us a name or better yet make a .L:4r-'i
suggestion about what areas we Clinical evaluatiorSapid weight reduction

need to improve in. Not sew
Nutrition counseling Physician supervision
typographical or spelling errors,we
make those: sometimes in For more iruprmation call: liAPpflli1
abundance and we try to improvebut YEARIn
we would like to hear your 964500George

input about other areas. Restea/ M.D.
Write to: Greg Crites c/o: The 132 East Madison Starke, FL friendship and In good health,

FL Telegraph 32091 PO Drawer A, Starke, may the days ahead bring;to you
If you have an upcoming event and yours a world of peace and

you think might be newsworthy, A heat pump A.l0Jivr abundant happiness'Iij '. :
don't hesitate to call 964-6305, S
964-6302 or 964-6397. -: :: '
will feel l : -.t
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Kiwanis Club

f'a. EncouragesYoung Readers

Reading Is Fundamental. You
t read the newspaper for more
detailed, thoughtful! analysis of LIRxMY
current events, you read for thI
pleasure, you read to learn. Most
importantly,reading will amount to
roughly half the working
knowledge you have of the world
around you.
So Reading Is Fundamental and
that is what the RIP program stands

for.This t ,
past Thursday the Starke 3
Kiwanis Club delivered their first ,
riBrooker shipment of new books to the 3ci4t
children at New PreSchool < st4 ,
t -- Beginnings {
in Starke. "This is our first

Elementary A Honor Roll, 2nd 6 weeks delivery said Kiwanis and more member are scheduled: Scott"

Front row: Rachel Cone Heather Whytiell.Jamie Elheridge,Amanda Futch Roberts"The goal of this program .-- ... ... "'II.--r. _.w 4 'L ,_ ..
Brian Huden.Back row: Emily Myers. Amanda Thomu.S minthi. Green, is to get a book in a childs hands
Kelly Cook Jennifer Lefeven early.That book will be theirs to
take home and its importance to I arose from the bed to see what the mattter. .

II. ........,...,,..-'...,. --..,____.__ -- ---- greater.that youngster" will be much Lea to rifc:Elizabeth Mcdoud,Scott Roberts Amy was Aston Anita Rink.Stew Kitch and Phillip John lined up behind I
Not only did the Kiwanis Club Jerry fttton who it raiding'the Night Before Cui tmu'to preschooler at New Beginnings during the book presentation

give each youngster a book, but
they also provided punch andcookies.
.Anita Rink kept the 4 year .
14- t t L ; 4"rt olds unusually quiet while she read
t "How the Grinch Stole Christmas"and
then the 2 and 3 year old
children were entertained by Jerry
Patton who rendered an ambitious ,
'Twas the Night Before Christmas'.
"They just don't sit that long at a
time',said New Beginnings owner
Eula Nichols.
Anita Rink. Kay Hinson.
Phillip Johns. Amy Patton Jerry
patton Elizabeth McCloud Scott
r Roberts. Ingris Smith were -
Kiwanis 'members responsible for
implementation of the program ; -
while book selection was made \
Hampton Elementary A honor roll 2nd 6 weeks with the assistance of Ernestine ; _
let row=Joshua Knipp Heather JOM,Kirby Hell Contoie,Rena Hutto Joshua Meng Register the Librarian at Starke '
Thomas Scoedra: ,and Jacob Hart 2nd row: Jonathan RtodavOyatal Ramsey Chad Rhocfm,Eric Elementary.To .
OrrollMiAYoungbloodJeruuteFrettr and Stephanie Acree 3rd raw:Hannah Fold,Nella
Contois,NikliTIUier;Mucus Anton,J Jason lovd,and Justcn Hart.Not shown:Brian McdeHar:
Midday Arch ey

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Look at my book .
A.the Intent look on these children face Illustrate,the RIF 'Reading U FuadammtaT program,help
expose children to the joy of reading...program,which I*being supported nationally fcy>> the
.KlwanU. club,Neb to cultivate children Interest In reading.
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Registration Time: '.:'%r'"<'d. "', tfews. 'aMi"1' r U
Short for SFCC Class. ,

There are only a few days left to Project LEARNS ;:
register for Spring 1991 classes at .'.''i.{ S ,
the Andrews Center of the Santa Fe ; ".'1 Holidays c
Community College In Starke. ; Making sweet maple syrup, picking
The college office is closed for the fresh apples from the orchard, a"
Christmas holiday, but will reopenon riding across .a covered wooded
Thursday, January 3 with bridge in a one-horse open sleigh, r
registration from 10 to 4 and a playing angels in the snow, singing
special evening session from 6-8 songs of good cheer, drinking hot r
p.m. There will also be a registra- cider... and blngol!
tion on Jan. 4 with classes beginning x So begins an irresistible invitationto
Monday, Jan. 7. r remember winters past.
In addition to basic classes In K Once a month Debbie Allen, Grant +i v4,
Math, English, Social Science and Coordinator for the Bradford County
Humanities, the schedule includes a Public Library, shares multi- I
large variety of classes in Business, sensory programs with older adults,
Accounting and Computers, in- mentally and physically handicapped \
cluding Word Processing, Intro., residents" and preschool childrenat
D-Base and Electronic Spreadsheet local agencies.
!. Mrs. Allen's philosophy is
Other classes of interest include a 't .L IifLo IIi _!//III simple... "I try to Inform,expand In- ...
f Philosophy class in Ethics, Math for terests, and encourage my clients to
I Health Related, Anatomy and Debbie helps residents of Polly's Retirement Home In Starke i for reminisce by programming with Library Project LEARNS staff Debbie Allen, Gladys Garrett and Eric
Philosophy, Nursing Assistant, and a round of bingo followed by a session of seasonal crafts prepare them, rather than for them.' Starling celebrated the Harvest Season with local seniors at several area I
the Rea Estate Course required fora "We experience the sights and ACLFs.

salesman's For more license.information, call -- -.- and sounds aromas, moods, the and tears music and dreams textures, :r. ..;t.,. 'Iii"1'.j -.... ..J;._ ..... ""'" ",- :___.....
964-5382. and the work and laughter of life
together she adds.Special .
:, Free Course Offered \ clients explore topics by '
By Santa Fe using slide or cassette tapes, skits, in.t v ap i .
HomemakersSanta art prints, videos, books, songs,
For jokes, educational paraphernalia,
Fe Community College is films and games.
t., ready to help if you want to get back If you or someone that you know
into the job market, want to change could benefit from Project
your career or want to begin a new LEARNS, please call Mrs. Allen at
career. 9644400 today.
Beginning January 7, SFCC is offering -
t a free class for parents or r.. t
, homemakers in Alachua or Brad- TWO SECOND RULE
" ford Counties. The two week class, Tailgating seems a popular
which meets daily from 9 a.m.-2 pastime with motorists in a hurry.
p.m., provides vocational and But arriving late Is always better
career assessment and employability than not arriving at all. The National
skills. Safety Council suggests keeping a
Call Andrea Ashley at 3955393. two second Interval between your
car and the vehicle in front of you.A .
f SFCC Spring Term good way to measure your
'. Orientation Starts following distance, when driving nK
7th conditions are good Is by watchingthe w-
I January vehicle ahead pass fixed objectI.e. Seniors at Windsor Manor Nursing Home In Starke listen to Debbie's
.. Students beginning Spring term at lota fallnealonK ( ., a sign post or telephone pole). presentation on making maple syrup and watch a slideshow on the majestic -
Retirement Home In Hampton join together
Santa Fe Community College will Folks from Su-El's Then begin. counting to yourself, colon ol autumn In the mountains.Wishing .
learn how to register; which classesto and stories about Indian corn and the First Thanksgiving. "one thousand and one, one thou-
take and the right course load at sand and two." If your car reachesthe
. orientation January 7 from 6-8 p.m. same fixed object before you
r in building E auditorium. HAPPY finish counting you following too You Fun
Information regarding campus closely. '
, resources,student activities,college O D In 911!
,a policies and procedures and other
helpful advice will be available. to One And All
All new SFCC students are invitedto
attend. For more information call I
, Sylvia Degale, Dot Morgan, or Ken r
,/, Ray at 395-5503.

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A decorated with red ribbons at the Vo-Tech school.


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