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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 28, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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and lows in the upper 50s. Call (t. Renovation . . . .IB
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30-year average rainfall January-November is 51.86 inches. So Want Ad.. . . . ...10. The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

far in 1985, some 51-52 inches of rain has been recorded in the coun Refunding. . . . . ,10.'" ... 107th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy

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Taking SR-21 Back

Get There Early... ,

Get to Bradford Field early Fri-

day night, Nov. 28, if you want a y Y t
good seat. A big crowd is expected. '?4 4
WouldReturnSR16Trucker
Reserved seat tickets have been
sold out for several days. School

also closed Wednesday through Friday I ;C # No. No. We don't want SR-21 turn points out. That is as much road asthe

for the cannot Thanksgiving be bought holidaysso early.So ed back to us. In fact, ,we'd like to state maintains for all. its other
tickets ticket the i give back SR-16, Bradford County prisons, Carter points out.
if don't have a
you Bradford commissioners have
; Commissioners are telling the state
to r #
answer is to get there early County in asking DOT to
Clay
)" Nu Department of TransportationDOT joined
ticket booth i'f
avoid line at the t
a long
F for the
r t4 .t' ( ). keep responsibility heavily
and to get a good seat. For the past several years DOT traveled road owned by several

has been turning back responsibilityfor counties which converge around the
Shop at Home... maintaining roads to counties as Melrose area. Most of SR-21 betweenKH

For the second year In a row, the a cost-cutting measure. First, the and Melrose is in Clay County.
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com R state fixes up the roads, repaving Only a short strip is in Bradford
merce, in conjunction with the '.i them, but the cost comes out of the County.
Bradford County Telegraph and : ki gas tax monies a county gets'from
WPXE AM/FM Radio, will en- : the state. It cuts into funds a county Informal hearings were held
Bradford County residentsto / uses to repair local roads. Wednesday in both Clay and Brad-
courage"shop at home" during the For the most part the Bradford ford Counties for DOT personnel to
Christmas season.A County Commission has acceptedthe present their cases of refusing the
combination of posters in roads back. What choice is there, turnback. DOT attorney Chuck
business windows, a letter appearing p they asked? Now, for the first time, Gardner explained at the commis
sion's Nov. 18 meeting that the informal -
in The Telegraph encouraging 4 county commissioners are questioning
hearings are an effort to solve
the
to shop at home, and the wisdom of accepting
everyone
community announcements on Fg a ,i roads. Money is tight and the commissioners the problems without adversary ac
will result in the don't look with favor on tion. "This is not a matter for
WPXE hopefully g lawyers. It is a matter for two administrations
Same success as last year's shop at ;rK a the increased costs. "
home campaign, says Chamber For instance, the county has Gardner said.
Director Mike Cooney."If responsibility for maintaing SR-16
we are to have a strong local .7 from US-301 to the Union County In other Nov. 18 action, the com-
line. That section of SR-16 is now
economy, it is very important that mission:
everyone shop at home first duringthe CR-18. And such lesser roads as the

Christmas" season as well as all BUS Smarties... CR-18 former, and SR-225 so on.at Lawtey Repaving is such now Was told by Dave Fisk of the

year long, Cooney points out. The 10 students earning straight-A's for the first six- Mueller. Standing: Tonya Klein, Russell Rainor Amy roads is an expensive proposition. Suwannee River Water Manage-
weeks of the 1985-86 term at Bradford High are (I-r): Chang, Jody Brown Robert Thorpe, Terese Richardson Bradford county commissionersare ment District that permits to build
Buyer Beware... At bottom: Lindy Chang Patricia Bath and Wanda and Karen Martin. resisting DOT'S proposed turn- homes in the current 100 year floodplain
areas will have to be approvedby
advisedby back of newly repaved SR-21 bet-
Local businessmen are that Some in
Heights and agency. 1,500 acres
Head Coach and Athletic Director ween Keystone
County is also Bradford County are currently in the
David Hurse not to bite on a Melrose the Clay turnback of SR-21. flood plain, meaning the highest

telephone advertisement solicitation in the state to buy basketball an 10 Earn Straight-A's at BHS resisting The county board also wants DOT water 100 has risen in an area in the past

to take back the maintenance of years.
program from a south Florida Fisk also offered SRWMD staff's
SR-16 between US-301 in Starke to
advertising agency. Ten Bradford High students, Mrs. Marvin: Brown of Starke. Introduction!'"to drama, algebra I the Union County line in Raiford. assistance in such areas as landfill
Nobody will see the ad except fewer than one percent of the Brown is enrolled in algebra II, family living, world geography, andLatin Bradford commissioners point out approval, roads in the flood plain

those who go to the state basketball 1,070-member student body earnedstraightA's geometry, honors biology I, Spanish III., '.. .-*'. ,, most of the traffic is state prison areas, and designing systems to
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',tournament. usually held In for the first .lX-weeks... ..11.. advanced American history.and \,.,,j 'kW generated. It is about 13 miles to" remove storm waters. The SRWMD.
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Lakeland.. .- grading period which ended Oct.''. governments honor Gnglich JO, nixr '- *W nd M.nMiMllMV daughter of Union Correctional Institution, Com-1 ".t.'r'fneJude..enlffne.r. Another 98 students, or 9.16 per- advanced tennis. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mueller of mission Chairman Maxie Carter, Jr.Christmas. hydrologists.
White Elephant Sale... cent of the student i body) earned all Starke. Miss Mueller is enrolled in
A's and B's for places on the A-B Amy Chang, daughter of Mr. and personal fitness, fundamentals of
A White Elephant Sale is set Friday honor roll.Three Mrs. Charlie Chang of Starke. Miss business skills, introduction to computers
Dec. 6, at the Senior Centerbehind seniors, 3 sophomores, and Chang is enrolled in honors biologyI algebra I, honors English 9, ParadeSet
the Bradford County cour 4 freshmen earned straight-A's. 2-D art/painting, advanced and Latin I.

thouse. Twenty seniors 30 juniors, 16 American history and government, Roll.
Anyone with items to donate is sophomores, and 32 freshmen earned geometry, Latin II, honors English A-B Honor ..
asked to call Peggy Barnett, Center all A's and B's. 10, and driver's education. The 98 students earning places on
director, phone 964-4545, for free the A-B honor roll are, by grade: December 7
pickup. The straight-A students are, by Robert H. Thorpe, son of Mr. and :
grade: Mrs. Robert Thorpe of Starke. Seniors: Donna K. Barker,

Arts and Crafts... Thorpe is enrolled honors in algebra II I,, Christopher M. Chambers, Tracie L. Entries are being lined up for the 1985 Christmas Parade set Saturday,
Seniors... general shop, biology Clark Venus Marie Doughman,
Dec. 7, beginning at 10 a.m. from the south end of Thompson Street.
The second annual arts and Karen R. Martin,daughter of Mr. Spanish II, advanced American Joseph E. Griffis, Erika L. Gruen, All participants are asked to be on Thompson Street to receive a placement -
crafts festival sponsored by the and Mrs. Ralph Martin of Lawtey. history and government geometry, Edward L. Hall,Irie John Hamilton, number by 9 a.m. Everyone is asked to be lined up 9.30: a.m.
Brooker Volunteer Fire Department Miss Martin is enrolled in typ- and honors English 10. James F. Hayes,Lynn Holtszendorf, Deadline to notify the Chamber of Commerce the sponsoring organization -
is set for Dec. 7. ing/word processing, clerical office Tricia K. Lawson,Sharon D. Martin, of an entry is Dec. 4. Entry forms are available at the Chamber of
It is open to arts and crafts of all practice, business English, bookkeeping Freshmen... Paul R. Moore, Russell E. Nail, Commerce, corner of Walnut and Madison Streets,and at The Telegraph
categories. Cash and ribbon awards II/III, honors English 12, Patricia K. Bath, daughter of Mr. Richard L. O'Steen, Melissa A. office on Call Street.
will be given. For more information and humanities to 1500 and Mrs. Mickey L. Bath of Brooker. Todd, Deanna M. Tomlinson, The parade route begins at the south end of Thompson Street, the intersection -
write to: Program Director Terese Richardson,daughter of Miss Bath is enrolled in honors Michelle A. Watkins Thomas R. of Walnut St. and Temple Ave. (at the cannon), proceeds northon
Tony Stalnaker, BVFD, P.O. Box Mr. and Mrs. Allen Richardson of English 9, algebra II, personal Watson, James P. Wilson. Walnut Street, left onto Madison Street, right onto Court Street, right
127, Brooker, FL 32622.Bloodmobile. Little Santa Fe Lake. Miss Richardson fitness, Spanish I, chorus, world onto Call Street, left onto Thompson Street, left onto Jefferson Street and
is enrolled in advanced geography, and honors physical Juniors: Charles M. Coburn, will end at the parking lot of the Florida National Bank.
American history, 2-dimensional science. Deena L. Cox, Suzanne Dyal, "Christmas Around the World" is the 1985 parade theme. All float
... introduction Christopher E. Farmer, KimberlyM. in mind.
art/painting psychology, builders are asked to keep the theme
The Civitan Regional bloodmobile to drama, honors English 12, Lindsay Chang, daughter of Mr. Gowens, Barbara M. Green, Cash prizes will be awarded for the top three votes: $50, first place; $35,
will be in Bradford County Tuesday humanities to 1500 AD, and study and Mrs. Charlie Chang of Starke. Brad E. Green, William A. second place, and $15, third place. A trophy will be presented to the first
Dec. 10. Miss Chang is enrolled in honors Hamilton, Sherri! C. Harrell, Roger place winner. The trophy will remain with the winner for three months,
It will first stop at Surplus Property hall.Rusell Trainor, son of Mrs. Edna English 9, honors physical science, Danny Hughes, Eric J. Lane, Donna then will be returned to the Chamber office where it will be on display until -
on US-301 South from 9-10 Trainor of Starke. Trainor is enrolled algebra I, life management skills, M. Langley, Lana Marcia Lee, the 1986 Christmas parade.The .
a.m., then move to the Chamber office in earth/space science, driver fundamentals of busines skills, Rhonda R. Miler R. Parade Committee requests that there be no live Santas except for
at Walnut and Madison Streetsin education, algebra II, zoology, stan world geography, and Latin I. Miller, Melissa A. Phillip R. the real Santa at the end of the parade. The parade is mostly for children
Starke from 11 a.m. until 5:30: dard English 12, European; history, Moore, Audrey L. Pierce, Lisa M. and the committee does not want to cause confusion for them.
and study hall. .... Tonya M. Klein, daughter of Mr. Rix, Shaun E. Schmidt, Stacey L. Every entry in the parade must have sufficient adult supervision. The
p.m. and Mrs. Mike Klein of Hellbron Spr- Shuford, Ann Starling, Mitchel S. distance of the parade route, approximately 7/10 miles, when determining -

Square Dance... Sophomores.Jody ... ings. Miss Klein is enrolled in honors (see Straight-A's... p.2A) age limits of the children who may be walking.
science
There is a square dance the first L. Brown, son of Mr. and English 9, honors physical ,

Saturday of every month at the
Kingsley Lake Civic Center.


The The, Dec.next group 7.square Is going dance to the Is annual Saturday Gets 60 Years for Wreck That Killed Four I

Camp O'Lena square dance. The .
record, with its evidence 01 a laCK 01
of the month revok-
first Saturday privileges were permanently
will with killing The only family member in the car accident. DWI respect for the law, your obtaining
Kingsley Lake square dances A truck driver charged verdictson ed July 28, 1983 after his fifth
not seriously injured was Michael The Jury returned guilty fraudulent licenses reflect a
accident last convicted of
in
in December: four people an conviction. He also was
resume 22 of Crawford, 14, who was sitting in the four counts each of DWI disregard for others on the
convicted Nov.
covered dish July 20 was DWI in Oklahoma.
5:30 supper.
,
:
p.m.
and vehicular back seat behind his father when the manslaughter and vehicular Green ex- highways. In this case, the
R. A. "Buzzy"
6:30: p.m. workshop. manslaughter truck hit the opposite side of the car. homicide after deliberating the case Judge guidelines must be exceeded."
and sentenced to 60 Florida sentencing
mainstream homicide yearsin ceeded
8 p.m., square for about 85 mintues
Driver of the car Dallas Lamar against Taylor and sentenced Taylor to
dance.Caller: Ken Perez. Killed prison.In the crash on SR-100 southof Crawford, suffered a fractured nose in Bradford County Circuit Court.during guidelines consecutive sentences of 15 years on AT&lood sample taken from Taylor
Starke were four members of a and arm.) The state presented evidence each of the manslaughter charges.The after the accident showed he had a
Raiford family. Katie Campbell The truck driver, Gary Lynn sentencing that showed Taylor recommend a 20-year blood-alcohol level of .24 percent. A
Upcoming.There ... Crawford, 32, her sister, Gretha Taylor,was not injured although the 48, of Altoona in Lake County, had sentence guidelines for manslaughter, driver whose blood alcohol level is
is a special work session Campbell Crawford. 34, and Cain's 1980 Kenworth tractor he was driving six previous DWI convictions since regardless of the number of counts. .10 percent is considered legally
thatTaylor's
went airborne after hitting the 1968. The state also showed drunk in Florida.
Council
meeting of the Brooker City 8-year-old daughter Melody Assistant State Attorney Tom
set at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3, Johnson. Cain's son, & car and ended up in the woods off the drivers license or driving Elwell urged Judge Green to exceedthe
in city hall.' Aaron Johnson died the fogowingafternoon west side of the roadway. privileges had been suspended or guidelines and later called the Taylor testified Friday ullthat he
The Starke City Commission Is at Baptist Hospital in The right side of the truck was revoked in five states. He also had 60-year sentence given Taylor "a was not drunk and was in
scheduled to meet Tuesday, Dec. 3, Jacksonville. smashed! back by the Impact but the been involved in three other accidents Just one." of his faculties when the accident oc
at 7:30 p.m.. Another victim of' the crash. Ker- driver's compartment remained in and had been convicted of 21 "There's no way to turn back the curred. He said he had slept only an
The Chamber of Commerce rie Crawford 9. Was a patient in tact.The moving violations, including side clock. No to resurrect the lives hour in the 38 hours before the acci-
state said Taylor never ap- speeding, driving on the wrong dent and admitted to drinking beer
Board of Governors will meet Shands Hospital in Gainesville In.. of four dead/ Green said to Taylor.
Thursday! Dec. 5, at 12:30 p.m. In critical condition'Tor a prolonged. plied brakes, not before the accl of the road and Florida careless driving.Taylor's driving "The totality of your prior driving that day.
the Board Room at the Starke period and walks with a limp. dent,during the accident ir'after the
Center of Santa Fe Community College


, .', set Entrants-The for. 10 Starke are a.m.asked Christmas Saturday to assemble,Dec.Parade 7.'on Is J.R. (Jim) Lawson Gets 30 Months in Jail for Violation of Parole 1JR. I

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Thompson Street at the cannon, Lawson'sgreat. tion&Medical Center in Lane Butler ing. -
number by 9 a.m. contest. counts of lewd assault and lascivious was filed Oct. 28 following He will be
get a placement (Jim) Lawson pled no afternoon. Lawson apologized to the judge
and be lined up on Thompson Street Nov. 23 before Circuit Judge R. A. *activity. unrelated' returned to Bradford County for Assistant State Attorney
to
by 9:30 am. Green,Jr. to a charge of violation of These Incidents allegedly occurring The recent Incidents are trial in December on the sexual bat- and Elwell for violating the
The Bradford County Commission Judge Green acceptedthe Aug. 25 and Oct. 19, were cause to the 1984 incidents Involving an He has been in the Thomas
probation. tery charges. in him when they
had
is scheduled to meet at 9:30 plea and sentenced: Lawson to for Lawson to be found in violation of eleven-year-old boy.Lawson pled no Jail under $180,000 since his trust they
a.m. Monday Dec. 9. The board serve 30 months in the Departmentof his probation. The victims in the contest to lewd assault in June and county arrest .placed him on probation.
has changed its., meeting day backto Corrections. assaults were two boys ages ten and could have been sentenced to one Judge Green' recommended thattawsoti Lawson was a car salesman in
the first Monday of the month effective even. A condition of his probationwas year in Jail but received probationdue DC placed on the sexual offender Starke for 21 years and was electedto
in January. The December he have no contact with to his community record. of the DOC. serve on the school board from
Lawson.42, serving a program
meeting was left on the second .' bation for lewd assault upon children. The Incidents were Under the sentencing guidelines 30. "This is particularly painful for 1978 until suspended by Gov. Bob
because of zoning notices Jury reported to the state attorney's office months Is the maximum sentence We back a long way" Judge Graham after the April 2 Bradford
following a grand me. go
Monday openings already. set-for April 2, was arrested Oct.21 on two by the victims' parents. .for Lawson the VOP transported. to Recep- Green told Lawson during sentenc- County grand Jury indictment.
Dec. 9. counts of sexual battery and seven The violation i Of probation charge was


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This year's pecans are very vides an alternative market outlet Peking Chinese
scarce but it didn t drive prices up at for the small pecan grower.
the first and only auction last Thurs- The light crop in this area has Restaurant
day, Nov. 22, at the Starke State been caused by the summer drought
tI. Farmers' Market. which made nuts fall off the trees
: Prices ranged from 35 cents per prematurely, and traditionally, a
r.... r t r 1.. pound to $1.04 because of a wide lighter crop follows a heavy crop
variation in quality, for an average such as last years. The problem was
sale price of 59 cents per pound.. worsened by the winds of Hurricane
Only 5,574 pounds of nuts were offered Elena and the unseasonably warm
.i..* at Thursday's auction, with weather which still persists. Pecan UNDER NEW ,
,, the majority of buyers seeking trees that are not intensively ',
relatively small lots of pecans for managed are also high variable producers OWNERSHIPFeaturing :
: house use or resale at roadside produce from year to year. .
stands. More than 30,000 "
pounds of pecans were brought to Nationally there is'an ample sup- .
__ the market last year for the first ply of pecans from such major pro- a wide variety .. ::
sale the only sale of its kind in ducing states as Georgia and Texas.In I.\-
Florida.Th. addition, there is a substantial of Chinese Foods .
<. Starbi" sa1i traditionally pro- carryover in storage from last year. .r I
From Szechwan and .

Hunan to Cantonese and


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T //g To Meet First Monday"Wait Open Serving 11 a.m.Lunch- 10 and p.m.Dinner Everyday

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t r a minute. I move we change the meeting date back to the first 800 N. Temple Ave., Starke 7, '
k Monday," said County Commissioner E.L. (Nook) Norman just as 9646224ALVAREZ ,p J OPEN
; y4 t F Chairman Maxie (Boss Hog) Carter was about to slam the gavel down
and end the Nov. 18 county commission meeting.It .
4 i was the first indication the commissioners had been thinking of
changing the monthly meeting date back to the first Monday. The
board changed to the second Monday in the July meeting when Chairman
Carter was absent.
Commissioner Wilbur Waters seconded Norman's motion, saying he
.n.. preferred the second Monday but "I don't want to cause a problem, -
Photo by Galon MOBOICourtoiy ...but I caught a lot of static from it." PLUMBING
Do I Hear 59 Cents....?
of Oainosvlllo I Sun Commissioners Norman and E.W. Hodges said the board should approve -
Market Manager Bob Allen hawks the pecans to the buyers,and is poin- bills before they are paid. "That's what they pay us for," said .
ting to a bidder during Thursday's pecan auction. Commissioner Hodges. :
Clerk Gib Brown has been paying the bills by the 10th of the month. f96452iI9i;
He told commissioners he'd withhold any payment the board didn't approve -
of from the next bill presented.
Straight-A's m page I Hodges pointed out the first Monday is hectic in his business, a paint Complete Plumbing! Service
and hardware store. Commissioner Lawrence Mosley, who made the
Starling, Cynthia L. Taylor, Tammy Micki Becker, Shawna J. Blom motion to change to the second Monday, said it is very difficult for him CaeanlniTiiI
L. Thomason, Ruth L. Underwood, Yvonne E. Bobo, Audra L. Brantley, be gone from his garage on the first Monday. :: Sewer
Anna M.Ward Gregory F. Wiggins, Kimberly D. Brewer, Michele L. Commissioners said they knew the day the commission traditionallymet Water Heaters
Pamela L. Willingham, Leslie Hal Bronson Marci A. Brown, Kimberly when they ran for office. j.
Wood. L. Dukes, Julie A. Ferguson, "We haven't looked at a bill in two months," said Commissioner Nor All Plumbing Fixtures
Kimberly L. Fillyaw, Stanley D. man.
Boone Sophomores, Jason M.Brown: Robert, Jennifer M.L. Griffis, Alisha J. Gruen, Karen A. The vote to change back to the first Monday passed 4-1, Commis- rr 2 --J c: Commercial
Todd M. Hodges, James B. Kendricks, sioner Mosley dissenting.The .
Brown Dale D. Camels
Gillenwater, Alison Ivey, Stephanie Kimberly A. Lee, Richard K. change will be effective with the January meeting. Insurancebids {:rfi Industrial
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Richard D. Kimutis, Leneave,Amanda G. Lewis,.Sandra and zoning topics have already been advertised for the second .
Kopelousos, Residential
Esther A. Martin, Stephanie S. Norman, Kristin L. Pfenniger Monday in December so the board decided not to change that meeting.The ,
O'Steen, Angel R. Spell Sabrina L. RobertJ. Powers,Elizabeth Rowell, board also tried holding meetings at night several,years ago, Pumps & Repairs
thinking more citizens would turn out. But nobody said Commis-
Richard L. Taylor, DavidM. Suzanne Sapp, Sarah C Smith, came Alvarez. Owner
Starling --
.Thorpe Joe E.Vellenga,LucindaA. Jaruwan N. Srivibul, Jill Strickland, sioner Mosley, whose idea it was for the night meetings. 4-
Ward. Tammy J. Tatum, Denise Waddell,
Dana D. Waters, Tina C. Will- e eI'
Freshmen: Tangalia S. Bass, ingham, Shannon W. Young. CITY ELECTION rJ '
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FAIR HOUSING NOTICE I rI

I M.M. JORDAN I:=J
The City of Lawtey as part of its Fair Housing Pro- ti.l .J. J

has ordinance number 61 11/3/80
gram passed on
CITY CLERKALPHONSO ;
providing for the following: 1', a(9) ( II,

Equal opportunity to obtain adequate housing by ""i

all persons, regardless of race, color religion, E.ANDERSON

ancestry, sex, place of birth handicap or national DIANIA WILKERSON WI
origin.If I e

you feel you have been discriminated against in I CITY COUNCILMAN GROUP ,_ 50unt tulTHANKSGIVING\j

the area of Fair Housing contact Lucille Shuford, City I 1'J

Clerk, at Lawtey City Hall, or call ((904)) 7823454. The 'J'JI
Federal number 1-800-424-8590 and the r'
is
Complaint HIRAM ( BUSTER) BENNETT
State information.Complaint number is 1800342.8170 for more I WAYNE MASSEY EJ

Too often in the rush of burins Our ann ii lu "IbM'| and "carvewe
11,75 fail) to say "thank you" loud each(If you,uur valued friends and
CITY COUNCILMAN GROUP 3 enough for all to hear. But you can ciuioinen. Having the privilege of
be Pure your patronage is never serving you over thu yean hi been
taken for granted a mpnnubilliy gladly, carried

We will be at MiJcr .ll'.s Drug Store,. on Call I ROBERT SCOTT LJ
OF-'EACH' MONTH A Happy Thanksgiving to All!
Street the FIRST THU DAY :
We will be closed Thanksgiving Day, November 28th
from 9 a.m. untill:3' $>''P.11.' to'bettrve. our CITY COUNCILMAN GROUP 5 We will be open for business on Friday, November 29th

customers.Gaipesv$2. "

i Hiring i Aid;,Center I WILLIE STRONG EJ I

101)3) :NW'23rd Ave. e' Gainesville 1 L.G. (LEON) WILKERSON : ?< t, evi"
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fillet french fries & hush puppy.

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Offar axpiro*Doc, 5. 1985 Not good with any oitiwipaclal
Th. City of lawtay t>applying to tha Florida Department of Community AffairsDCA .
or dlicount(at participating Copt O'll I A little seafood pbce.
( )fa.a grant under tha Housing category.. In the amount of$500,000 under the great .
Small Cltle Community Development Block Grant (CDBC) program. B CLIP THIS COUPON B B .
far each activity that !I. proposed at lea.t 51% of the fund must benefit low Stuffed crab meat in a natural'
and moderate Income per an.. The activities, dollar amount and estimated $I 99 II Crab & Fish crabshen.goldeivbrownfish .
percentage benefit to law and moderate Incom.person for which the City I I.applying
art EAST LAKI iTHIT TARGIT AREA. fillet french fries& hush puppy.
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PERCENT BENEFIT :
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.. ACTIVITY DOLLAR AMOUNT LOW/MODERATE PERSONS Captain OS
029 Clearance -0- 92
Off..ap1r.5D.c3,1965 riot good with any osw
., 1139(.) Demolition/Relocation $137,000 100 H ip.-:tal dlicoum(oI-"clpaltngCapl.1)1))) A great little seafood plaCC. .
03c), Temporary Relocation S 15.B50 100 *
04Ia( ) ReII..f.. PrivateProperties The Crab & Fish Boat . B CUPTHISCOUPON B B B B B .

; $217.250 100 Stuffed crab meat in a natural i
III 171 Acquisition Administration S$40.000 9,900 N/A 100 Crab & Fish crab shell, golden-brown fish

Just the right amount-at just the right pricer -T tb4 's rffflet french fries&: hush puppy.
The City of tawtey plan to minimise-displacement1 of persons a. .result efplanned inside
CDBG funded .cti..Itt_ I... the following mann.rr Only voluntary Tender crab meat and stuffing a natural: Dfe .
-:' displacement will occur.There will be. no forced ..'.plac...._.. crab shell a golden-brown fish fillet lfforaxplro' Doc.sr was Not good with any other .
Nary person are displaced a*.result af Mies*planned activities,th.CIty willassl naturaI:
". rehabilitated..such. person or.b while*voluntary partldpatlnglael-rltlo./ralecatlo.displacement..eccupy while their.program.unit are Th.wing City style hush puppy.Captain. B B B B CUPTHISCOUPON B B B .

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Public. Hearing to provide clthien opportunity to comment on the epplleartain DS
french fries&"hush
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December. 1, 1.,...a* atM .......A copy of the application will, b*available. b. : Boat$199
review tawtey CIty Hell..Monday through Friday between the hour\ of BtOOa.m. Captain D&
.Do JtOO,.ifc.T.obtain additional Information concerning application and A great little seafood place.e Off.-'Dac..I-+ Not good wim any o*.r .
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Chorus under the direction of LaVon Drives will present -
a dinner show, "Ye Ole Fashioned Christmas."

: I Dinner, starting at 6:30 p.m.. will consist of turkey .
dressing, giblet gravy, English peas, hot rolls and butter -
1 i b Iced tea or coffee.

.Y1aWlaw t Ulaa Advanced tickets are on sale at the SES office.
Adults $5, children under 12 $2.50. Proceeds will go to ,'gyp'"
4 1 the music department at SE. I
: Jimmy Parado Is shown In rehearsal with the chorusas

they prepare for opening next Thursday night.
I In addition to the chorus performing a faculty and

staff ensemble will be part of the show. Also a special ,
visitor from the North Pole will be stopping off to per-
form one special number.

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Tornado TalkBy SILK TIES


SELECT GROUPof

Michelle Hall eligible. Academic courses are membership and not allowed to re- Seniors...

English, Math, Science, Social enter at a future time during the Senior Sweatshirts are in. You SWEATERS
Studies Foreign Language, high school years.4.Members .
Thank You... Humanities, Computer Programming making an F as an may pick yours up during first
period, between classes after
I would like to thank Deanna and Santa Fe Community Col- academic grade or earning a U in school. See Mrs. or to SLACKS
Tomlinson on the great job she did lege Courses. In mathematics, the citizenship any six weeks will them McNelley pick
last week in Tornado Talk. Thank student must have entered the automatically be dropped from up.Show DRESSES

you, Deanna, for all the support and Algebra Sequence in the 9 grade membership and not allowed to re- Your Spirit... K-
encouragement while I was ill. You (pre-algebra is acceptable). enter at a future time during high "
are a very sweet and dependable e.Transfer students must be in at- school. With the Tornadoes being No.l in HANDBAGS and

person. I love you I Thanks tendance at BHS one semester priorto Students must continue to take our district,you'll want to show your
Michelle. qualifying for induction. A at least 4 academic courses each support for the fighting Tornadoes. ACCESSORIESSHOP
transfer student with proof of prior year to be eligible. Show your spirit oy buying a spirit-

New NHS Members... membership in an honor society towel, bumper sticker or pin from
The following people the does not have this waiting period SIGI... the Junior Class. Towels are $3, EARLY
National Honor are now of the stipulation. The Santa Fe Community College bumper stickers are $1 and the pins '
new Society
1985-86 school year. For continued membership: SIGI Computer terminal is back In are 75 cents. If you cannot find a d !! FOR CHRISTMAS
1.A11 members' grades are table set up to sell these items, con- "
Sophomores: Shannon Abrams, operation. SIGI has a program of
tact Ms. Thomas in the Library to
Mike Barber, Robert Boone, Jason monitered each six weeks grading guidance that students may use to
Brown, Jennifer Brown, Jody period to determine that the 3.0 help them make decisions about purchase one from her. Bradford Square
grade point average has been maintained for the future. See Mr. Whalenin
Brown Kim Burch, Dale Cassels, plans Perfect Season... '
Amy Chang, Dori Davis, Hal Davis the Computer Lab for an appoint- Shopping Center
Felicia Davis, Mike Elder, Todd 2.Members whose grade point ment to talk to SIGI. Well, the Tornadoes .have proved
Gillenwater, Dennis Glover, Sondra average falls below a 3.0 for any six just how good we are. By shuttingout I cr Starke

Green, Charles Hamilton, Andra weeks period will be placed on probation Book Drive... Santa Fe, we now are KM, a UkI
for the following six weeks perfect season. This Friday night is
Hampton, Mindy Hersey, Mathew The Key Club is having a
Hutchinson, Alison Ivey Rick period. No more than two probation Children's Book Drive. If you would the first game of the playoffs.
periods are allowed in one school Tickets are $5 for reserved seating,
Kimutis. Esther Martin, Deanna like to make a donation, there is a '
Miller, Lisa Mosley, Gene Murphy year.3.If. box in the front office where you can and $4 for general Admission. Go .
at the end of the school year, and support your No. 1 team this Fri- DRESS
Robert Norman, Stephanie O'Steen, place books. Any kind of Children'sbooks -
the overall average falls below a 3.0, day night. And remember guys,win
Kenneth Owens, Eric Packham, are welcome, no matter what
the student is dropped from or lose, your fans are real proud of _
Chris Powell, Richard Taylor, condition they are in. SHOP
you! Good luck on the field!
Richard Thorpe, Robert Thorpe,Joy I 4

Vellenga, and Cindy Ward. _
Juniors: Stephen Akridge, David -

Barnes, Shilynn Chaff Chuck I'M NOT DEAF
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Coburn, Deena Cox, Suzanne Dyal, nzrirI ,, "' "'"
: Carrie Foster, Barbara Green Brad I

i Green, Sherri Harrell, Marcie Lee, I Just Can't Understand Some Words! ,,I-o, t To say'It's Thank Our You 1st Anniversary we're circling' the
, J.. Melissa r m; Parado, Audry Pierce, logan Kicks, &Saturday Only.

: Stephanie Sams, Shaun Schmidt, Linda Shipp a Certified Hearing Aid Specialist with a l\\ fA
; Stacey Shuford Ann Starling, Eric :Creeling Cards-25%off

: Starling, Tammy Thomason, Ruthie Audio Hearing Service of Gainesville, will be in .0 > F'reelmprlnlnpurchn+ of Kilile
: Underwood, Anna Ward, Greg Wig. ., 4 rjr1 JNG FreeJewelryC'leanerwJewelrypurchase
: gins, and Pam Willingham. Starke the 1st Monday of Every Month giving FREE }
Add Reads
', -a- -20%off '
: Seniors Barnhill Marsenna \
: Larry \
Erica Gruen Hearing Tests and servicing hearing aids. Free Engraving w/Cross Pen
: Brantley, Lynn M ,q + purchase
: Holtzendorf, Theresa McCollum, Come ( Free Engraving w/Speldel Bracelet >
: and Rusty Nail. purchase
: National Honor Society Admission byMITCHELL'S fi I SALE PRICES EFFECTIVE 20%off Christmas Accessories H
; Criteria: t4 THROUGH NOVEMBER 30, 1985 Free No. I Mom Charm w/Mother'ii

: l.Open to 10, 11, and 12 grade DRUG STORE Ring Order j
: students. wi ll'j .:,

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I : Mother of Chris Campbell Still Has Hope Of Finding. Cure 'for Son's Rare DiseaseChris I II




I, ago, and says her son showed marked soon used up during several months of
Campbell needs help... improvement, with the disappearance of the Kozak treatment, Brenda said.

sores and blisters and the healing of his
No doubt about It. *
skin. But finance', reverses made it impossible
All kinds of help... for her and her father, Ed Chris was born one month premature,
and 75 percent of his skin peeled off at
f Faith, Hope, and Charity... Campbell foods to continue and the expensive Vitamin B-13 birth. I nearly passed out the first time
special creams
1 ,, ,1 saw him without bandages," his mother
andsympathy. availablein
4 not
Prayer, money, wafers,which she says are all "
said. "We were crying.
.. this country
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'The total cost of maintaining Chris is The infant's legs, arms, hands, chest
and the inside of his mouth ,
even were '
The Bible something about $400 a month, his mother says., :
F says 'covered with angry red blisters, an In-
They receive $300 month in SSI
j' about "unto the least of these," assistance a dication of the most severe type of E.B.,
I rr' for the disabled. A REACH
and Chris is "one of the least"... III IIIk IIIw nurse, provided by the Sick Children's' which makes the skin so fragile it sloughsoff

from the standpoint of what he's Medical Service of Gainesville, visits at the slightest touch. The bubble-l e
I blisters, filled with fluid, must be lanced
getting out of his brief and pain- Chris once a week. He also receives
and drained... a painful process.
ful life... so far... r"aa, hr Homebound Pre-School training in
o speech, and physicaloccupationaltherapy. The Campbells feel that research for
Chris is five and a half, "going onsix" .' an E.B. cure has been neglected in the
,., and in all those five and a half : The Campbells sold their farm near U.S. because the disease is so rare and so
years he's never known what it means to :; Newberry several years ago and movedto few are affected by it. They say it took
run and play like other kids his age... 4\ Starke where Brenda and her father all day to give Chris his first bath.

In fact, Chris can't walk as yet... can't operated a gas station at the intersectionof *
even crawl on his hands and knees U.S. 301 and SR-100 until family mat- Brenda Campbell has high hopes of getting
because his skin is tissue-paper thin and ters forced them to give it up. Chris required Dr. Kozak to come to Starke to see
peels off with contact with the floor... he full-time attention, and Brenda's and prescribe for Chris before the
gets around by "dragging on his J mother is an invalid partially paralyzedby biochemist returns to his practice in West
i a stroke several years ago. At pre
bottom, ,as his mother puts it. Germany.
sent, Brenda and her father are I
Chris was born with epidermolysis unemployed- being needed at home. "But, unfortunately, I do not have the
bullosa, E.B. for short... a rare skin money to finance his expenses to Florida,
disease that occurs in only one birth out .-' _. "We have tried to sell our car, and nor to take Chris to Toronto to see him,"
of every 50,000... some extra property adjoining our hometo Brenda says. She would appreciate the
Brenda Campbell and son, Chris help with the expense<<; of resuming help of those who can give to the Chris
Most readers will remember Michael '
Chris s treatment/ Brenda Campbellsaid .
Campbell Fund for use in getting the doctor
Hammond, the "Crisco Kid" of "but so far these efforts have been to Starke and/or for future
Gainesville... so called because he lived used up in his body's vain attempt to heal Dr. Pavel Kozak, a West German unsuccessful." the treatment which will run expensesof around
his short life in a cocoon of vegetable the sores that cover his legs, and to a biochemist who claims to have developeda A fund for Chris has been started at $1,600 for each six month period."I .
grease, wrapped up like a mummy in lesser degree his entire body... Blood successful treatment for E.B., is Florida Federal Savings & Loan in
sterile gauze... Michael died at an early transfusions will be necessary if his scheduled to visit Toronto, Canada soon. Starke, but so far results have been believe that I could keep Chris on
age. mother is hopeful of a better anemia gets any worse. There he will confer with Tony de Ger- minimal, his mother due perhaps to the protocol for at least six months, or
fate for her fragile son. briel, a 33-year-old Canadian who was a lack of widespread information says about it." perhaps even longer, he would be cured
But Chris and his mother Brenda victim of E.B. and was reportedly cured and able to lead a normal life," Brenda
At 5Mi Chris weighs 25 pounds... just Campbell, who live in a mobile home on by Dr. Kozak's "protocol' (treatment) A Bank similar account, set up in a Newberry says. '"That is what I hope and pray for.
about half of what his normal weight Lafayette Street, have cause for hope based on diet, antibiotic ointment, and yielded about $1.200 before the But under the present circumstances it
should be... much of his blood supply is during this Thanksgiving season. vitamins. de Gerbrtel now serves as .Campbells moved from there, This was will be impossible without some help."

.liaison between Dr. Kozak and his pa-

tients in Canada and the U.S. (Donations to the Chris Campbell Fund may be made at

EDITORIALS Brenda Campbell!is convinced of the the Florida Federal Savings & Loan Association on West

I effectiveness of this treatment. In fact; Madison Street (Highway 100) in Starke.) I
she Chris the Kozak
managed to put on
Proof of Progress Toward Peace "protocol' in a limited way three years .



k:6FZI SFCC Starke Center Is Looking ForwardTo

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ul ,. Greater Growth and Expanded ,ScheduleAfter


Next Summit


,< an opening Fall Semester that exceeded With the expanded program in the new predation, Human Growth and Develop-
mii the most optimistic expectations, Starke Center, a local student can obtainan ment, Accounting, Anatomy and
the Santa Fe Community College Starke A.A. degree taking all needed coursesin Physiology, Economics, Computer
Center has announced a larger and more Starke. Classes are also open to non- Language, Computer Concepts, Computer
varied schedule for the Winter 1986 Term. degree seeking students who wish to take Software, and Introduction to Ethics.

According to Dr. Bernie McFadden, one or more classes for their own enjoyment Remedial classes in math, reading and
Preparing for Thanksgiving today is must be left to pure speculation. Starke Center Coordinator, over 300 or enrichment. Fees are waived tor writing are offered for students needing

vastly different from the preparationsmade However, the chief benefit may have students have filled 600 seats in 27 different students 60 years of age or over (on a developmental classes.

for that first Thanksgiving 364 been the fact that Reagan and Gor- sections during the current historic space available basis).

years ago. Gone are the Indians..goneare bachev had the opportunity for five premiere semester. The Winter Schedulewill In addition to basic classes in Math, The Winter Semester begins January 7
the wild turkeys and the maize hours of frank, and sometimes admit- offer 33 different credit offerings In- English, Science, History, Social Sciences and ends May 1. For more Information on
registration callLila
,
applications or please
cluding 18 daytime and 15 night classes. and Humanities, a wide variety of other
shared by the Pilgrims discussion with shoe-
newly-landed tedly sharp, no Yawn, Administrative Secretary,
is being offered in January, in-
with the friendly,natives. pounding; and no one walking out.Even With the parking lot completed and mostof courses 964-5382.
;; cluding First Aid,New Testament,Art Ap
the final touches done in the beautifully .., ..
however with .
no one listening
or
so "
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Now that we prepare 'for:Thanksgiving renovated 1902 Bradford County Courthouse ,
( 1985 we have new things to be takin'f'' notes except interpreters,'there ,McFadden says he expects an even < "> i "n' I'

thankful for and new things to be con- ways the possibility that greater response to the broad educational Dual Enrollment Saves Time And MoneyHigh
misunderstandings, misinterpretations opportunities offered here to local
cerned about. We the
can now
open or even misquotings of statements could residents.The school students can save time and money by taking advantage of the
freezer to find pre-packaged frozen
a arise in the future. In this event, who is Starke Center student population is Dual Enrollment Program offered by Santa Fe Community College Starke
turkey instead of bagging our own in thr there to set the record straight? a mix of recent high school graduates anda Center, Dr. Bernard McFadden, coordinator says.

surrounding forest. But we also have to good number of older students. Dr. April Under the DEP, ambitious students may begin their college careers while
worry'about finding a parking place at Although the progress toward O'Connell, who has bridged the history of still attending high school, earning their Associate of Arts degree much sooner
the supermarket. We've long since con- cultural and educational exchanges, re- the college by teaching the first class herein than would otherwise be possible. This program allows students to take classesat

quered the land, and it has been good to establishment of consulates, and possi- 1965 and returning to teach again this SFCC,earning both high school and college credit for each course completed,
usbut population is increasing at a ble resumption of interchanging air fall, has encouraging words for older Dr. McFadden said. The only limitation is that courses already offered at the
students beginning or resuming their
high school not be taken at the college.In .
staggering rate, and our air and water flights was encouraging, these are education."I may
are becoming polluted and in short decidedly low priority items comparedto addition to speeding up the process of earning a degree,students in Double
sup- am always delighted to have studentsin
Enrollment will have the advantage of free tuition and free books,whereas they
ply. The advice to ambitious youth usedto the overriding importance of arms my class who have come back to get an would pay tuition and the cost of books if they took the college courses after

be, "Go West, young man -- now we control. education after years of working and/or graduating from high school.
I homemaking," Dr. O'Connell said. "They
look to outer space as the next vast come back with a motivation and zest for Seventy students from BHS took the ACT tests under the American College

realm to be conquered. learning and often 'skew the curves'. As Testing Program on Friday, Nov. 22, at the Starke Center in anticipation of

Religious freedoms that the Pilgrims tAS K summit A RESULT, do you of the think well, they are able to add their"mature experiences entering dual enrollment classes in the upcoming winter term.
to class discussions.
sought and fought for in their new land United States relations with

are now a reality But there is still much the Soviet Union will get:'

progress to be made in solving the pro- Humane Society Seeking More Community

blems of our societypoverty, disease, Substantially betterSomewhat I I18% Support I

nuclear war, terrorism drug addiction,

and turmoil are all stilt with us. better J 56% In Effort to Solve Animal Control ProblemsIt's

Chief among our concerns this

Thanksgiving is the threat of Stay about !fz ,3O'JI. four since a small
the same been a long years By Lynne Newsome, President with strays.
devastating nuclear wara threat that group of concerned citizens worked Bradford Humane Society

last week's summit meeting did little, if Somewhat ft 12% together to form the Bradford Humane four dogs received licenses. So far this' County Commissioners Lawrence
anything, to resolve. We can be woneSubstantially Society. Three years ago it was incor-' year there's only one. Mosley and E.W. Hodges both agreed that
porated and chartered by the State as a to work with. we do have a serious countywide animal
thankful, however, that while little of I There are many problems
I I Ios non-profit, non-political organization with However, some progress is being made. problem that needs attention. However,
real substance this
came out of meeting worse of
its main purpose being the prevention they seldom hear individual complaints
The city has two animal control personnel,
between President Reagan and General cruelty to all animals. shelter in which would show the real need for animal
and an adequate seems prospectin
Secretary Gorbachev, at least they met Not sure* | 4%)( This goal is accomplished by in- the future. When questioned about control. They are also in favor of a

and parted with a handshake and there vestigating all incidents of cruelty broughtto animal problems in the city, Merrill Dees spay/neuter clinic.

was no angry banging of boots on the Volunteered response the group's attention, helping and educatethe the said, "There is a problem in both the coun- With most city and county officials, as

table such as disrupted summit THE WMLSraeeTJOUaNALSec. NEWS POlL'' responsibilities public about that pet go ownership with itj; working to ty the and city the has city begun, but to in improve.the past There two years are well as the general public in agreementthat

meetings in the past. establish a well-managed animal shelter and less there is a serious problem! now is the
fewer complaints now, strays.
with trained personnel, and witha time to work toward a solution. It will takea
Perhaps the most encouraging A representative from a leading news spay/neuter properly program. Sometimes we There are also plans"in the near future to group effort, but togethercity and

development at Geneva was the spon- magazine on a Sunday morning discus- find homes for from different upgrade the shelter. theSheriff's county- can do it.
when asked the same question,
taneous Mr. and However, it should be said If you recognize the problem and would
agreement by Reagan sources.
sion panel refused to characterize the department replied "There is a
like to
efforts
speed to reach solution
collectionor up a ,
for the
that not equipped
Secretary Gorbachev to meet again in we are continuous and as the county
summit as either a success or a flop. Itwas of and unwanted animals. problem let your city and county commissionersknow
"
the U.S. next and in Moscow in housing stray so will the problem. Their office
year in his opinion, a "non-failure". When pets are adopted they must be grows calls"which how you feel. Also, if you can give
receives numerous they
1987. Discouraging however is the for and "dog your active support, financial,or otherwise -
have been sterilized. This is a State law any to handle.
non-failure
A not equipped
may accep- ';are always
I
determined refusal of both men to givean all animal control agencies.In ,please contact the Bradford Humane
inch the of table for a first summit, where the main order for us to continue with this workwe Without a'county animal ordinance to'en- Society, P.O. Box 294, Starke, Fla. 32091,
negotiate
or on question objective seems to have been to leave need the support of our force, there is little they can do with dogs before Jan. 1, 1986.
desperately
"Star Wars". If each continues to holdto owned by citizens, and with no shelter to Humane
the two leaders alone in the same room community. As we all know, it takes Your Society cannot do the Job
his intransigent position on 'Mr.Reagan's to keep most organizations going, house the dogs there is nothing they can do alone.Letters .
and let them get acquainted, size each money
I "Strategic DefenseInitiative" and money is one of our reeds, since
other up, and Know what to expect from and animal care is not
i it is difficult to see how veterinarian costs
another in the future.
anything tangible in arms control'can one cheap. ,__
when and However,"our greatest need at this timeis -
the next summit
But
come from future summits any more ,
\ PEOPLE SUPPORT. It is essential for Deo..r Ed-Ior ,
than it did in this one. It would be wherever held, must be more than a the general public to work together in t-J .
,, i frustrating to see efforts at arms con- get-acquainted meeting. It must pro- order to solve our animal problems. Each JL wou.lcl. /0 e.Jtpb.n
; trol sacrificed on the altar of an unproved duce some concrete results in arms time a person encounters such a problem, rrDb/eai 64 h*y.uwals oaae 'xl>ao1G

untested, experimental, and highly control- what's a summit for? If no whether in the city or the county, if he or When t he. I"\ch ..see.m .1 50 .ande.nqoroad

debatable ,"Star Wars" strategy that progress on this crucial issue is made at she would contact, soon we their would city or have county everyonein commissioners ad.ool\ CNrfJt-'S they ofl" itl.:,,(( -i Gosfrnals

would not operable at least until the the next meeting, both Mr. Reagan and full agreement that we do Indeed have a I Iwve ribs" "J.e" fl Js-k.1-..b..s.JIfh

I year 2,000. Both super powers could be Secretary Gorbachev will be held accountable serious animal problem. f'I). B for the failure. It is hard to overlook a stray cat or dog in uny!
; ; times nuclear ni", ho.6 retb'-e.s or not bQ
destroyed many over by or the abandoned pet you find at I wse Wane 0jtktt
your yard,
'I i r weapons already in place unless some ,tile dump. What If an animal with i -safe wear collars .nd kt..J Mou1.9 the
I agreement is reached before the turn of So that is where we stand on the eve of was found in your neighborhood- o.Cilns\ Li'k the owner J.7iSo o sreo) '

.; the century' Thanksgiving 1985. We have reason to would you and your has children ordinances feel dealing? Even : ,o\\ o9 'fieQeo pG) at jLJoo. ce.ool hop; ", IJJs
thanks the two at least though the city
that
-- In spite of 3,000 reporters and millions give men with this and other problems, without enforcement c. '77 Offf let uor <"">,1ttI.5< come +ortcys. sl.a:
technical TV met, with no mention of "EvilEmpires" no good to accomplished.) for\ .saf'/ odL th2.'rss',
of dollars of ,, equipment. : oar y .
where the real or "Capitalist Pigs". They Take the leash law and the tal taw M ex
event news
f covering an
: both agree verbally that a nuclear war amples. If everyone complied with them bJ&tl t ,I.emen. (
Nt"e'
Ana;
was blacked out by private meetings of is impossible to win and must never be our city streets would be free of uniden- ,
1 the two leaders, it is impossible to be tified dogs roaming dajrand night,causing -1' 9 oc-hoo.,:; )

( positive or even negative about the real fought. destruction and creating unsafe conditions

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a1 .f .5 y-0 a ,+ \ Austin Dale Carter Erica Whitney Waiters
Brad and Valerie Carter of Ar- Ms. Marcia Watterson announcesthe
cadia announce the birth of a son, birth of a daughter; Erica
Austin Dale, born Nov. 25 in Whitney, born Nov. 5 in Gainesville.
Sarasota Memorial Hospital. He Maternal grandparents are Mr. t
Joins a brother, Matthew Bradley, and Mrs. F:L. Watterson and great
a age 3. grandmother is Mrs.W.C.Ward, all
Maternal grandparents are the of Starke.
20 Years Later. late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pabst of
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Jacksonville. Paternal grand- .
Members of the Bradford parents hre Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Jessica Leigh Rowald
High Class of 1965 l-r
Bottom row: Ray Norman Bob Reaves. are Robert( )Nelson by row: Jimmie bara barger Brice Stanwlx-lIay Dickens. Emily Johns McDonald, Dee Walters Canova, Bar- Carter, Jr. of Starke and great Mr and Mrs. Keith Rowald of
Bryant, Jerry Dempsey Donnie Thommy Thomas. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Houston, Texas announce the birthof
Thornton. Mike Fourth'row
Frick William Ilarrell.
Bonnie P' vatt Cowart McRae James : Leaman Alvarez,Millie Dicandio.Phyllis Haddock Talley, Maxie Carter, Sr. of Kingsley Lake. their daughter, Jessica Leigh, on
.1.rcws Judy Gloria !
Brown Taley, Merry Beth Crawford Crawford
JoAnn Scott Dlddell. Oct. 30 in Rosewood General
Padgett Maricle
,odessia
Melton McConaghy, Virginia Brown Crawford. Richard Wa
Linda
nwrlght
Sue Brice Thomas,Olivia Goodman Harper Kathy Elder Brothers Carol Johnson. Hagar Harell. Robert Verbust Harold Ashley Nicole Tilley Hospital, Houston, Texas.
Jean Mosley Harris, Janet Hardy hey. Fifth John and Becky Tilley of Starke
row (top of photo) Mark
: Hamilton Judy
Padgett Davis Ronnie announce the birth of a daughter, Andrew Joseph Wood
Third row: Corkle Allen Norman, Trish Scogglns Sistrunk Susan Wig- Norman, Mary Wilkerson Taylor, Bunky Soto McKibben, Bobby McLeod, Ashley Nicole, born Nov. 10 in Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Wood Jr.
gins Nichols, Patty Bigham Williams, Phyllis Darby Nobles,Jane Adams Barbara Edwards Austin David Dyal, Rick Hood Mike Sistrunk. Steve Alachua General Hospital. of Gainesville announce the birth of
Watson Elaine Strickland Thornton. Jean Seelev Tanner Peg Shan- Denmark, John Harold Andrews, Gene Pass. Maternal grandparents are Rev. their son,Andrew Joseph,on Nov.17
and Mrs. Bob Cooper of Starke. in Alachua General Hospital.
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Grandparents of both babies are
I BHS Class of 65 Hold Reunion at Country ClubThe Mrs. Don Tilley of Orange Park and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Wood of
Gainesville former Starke
Mr. and Mrs. William Tibbitts of ,
Chains and class of '65 buttons. A Sarasora. Paternal great grand residents. Great-grandmother of
from the'reunion
Bradford High School high school days. A memorial longest distance to
both babies is Mrs. Eva Mae
graduating class of 1965 held its 20th table with a lighted candle and an were: Rick Hood from Neenah,Wis. memory book is being compiled con- mothers are Mrs. Robbie Shaller Thomas of Starke.
reunion the first weekend in arrangement of fresh flowers paid and Kathy Elder Brothers from New taining both posed and candid shotsof and Mrs. J. G. Jackson of Starke.
November.It tribute to deceased class members. Bethlehem, Pa. Others coming from the evening. Anyone who has not i-" '-
began with a reception at the Honored guests for the evening out-of-state were: Emily' Johns signed up for one may do so by con-
home of Don and Elaine Thornton at were Mr.and Mrs.Thomas L. Casey McDonald of Newport News.Va.; tacting Judy Brown at 964-5758.
Kingsley Lake before the homecoming of Starke. Mr. Casey served as prin- Robert Nelson of Sanford, N.C.; Group shots are also available upon Did You Know !
game on Friday evening, Nov. 1. cipal for the 1965 BHS class. Sixties Robert Reaves of Clarksville, request.
The party then proceeded to the music was played by disc Jockey Tenn.; Janet Hardy Ivey of Kenner, A newsletter will be sent to class- Burge Searing of Stone Mountain,
BHS stadium and were seated in a Grover Howard. La.; Phyllis and James Talley of members periodically. Any "news"or Friends of Mr. and Mrs. L. C.Ear- Ga.spent Sunday to Wednesday with
block. Steve Denmark was master of Athens, Ga; Patricia and Mike address changes can be sent to ly will regret to hear their grandson, his mother, Mrs. E. B. Searing.Mr .
Saturday, the festivities continued ceremonies for the evening. Rick Sistrunk of Quitman. Miss. Judy Brown at P.O.Box 39, Mark Early of Carbondale, Ill.was a
with a family barbeQue catered by Hood, class president, gave a brief Bradford Video and Denmark Starke.Fla. 32091, drowning victim in a car accident .and Mrs. George W. Brown at-
Sonny's of Starke. That evening a address and introduced class of- Furniture donated lovely gifts for Special thanks go to the followingfor Saturday night when the car he was tended the Keystone Campers RV
dinner and dance was held at the ficers. Robert Reaves read The Last door prizes. their contributions and help: riding in went into a lake and club outing at Eustis Thursday to
Starke Golf and Country Club. The Will and Testament of the class. Momentoes of the occasion were Bradford Chamber of Commerce, submerged. The other three young Sunday. Enroute home they visited
club was decorated in scarlet and Mark Hamilton made several an- presented to classmates and their Bradford Florist, Bradford video men in the car were able to free Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stoner in Ocala
gray, with a large, glittering Tornado nouncements and presentations. spouses. These included imprinted Community State Bank of Starke, themselves and swam ashore. and attended a organ concert at the
backdrop with "65" emblazoned Winning. prizes for. coming ,theIII" napkins? and, matchbooks,_BHS Key 'Jones Funeral Home. Ramada Inn Convention Center.
in red in the middle.
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The tables covered .
dining were T" '
with white tablecloths accented by
ivy, fern mums and red candles.
Potted plants and arrangements of
scarlet and balloons TURKOLOOY CONTEST
gray were plac- Pb
ed at vantage points throughout the
club. Baskets of white mums with :;
red bows were placed along the frontof :
the stage. ;.:
The head table was decorated with /I .'iI. .' .. '.
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greenery and an arrangement of ...,. '..'r.. >. ..1 I Win A Turkeyj
white mumsuand red carnations.Also ,,,,.,
decorating the party room were ..., :. ;J.i. 't- 'liC"" .

two linen.bulletin One board board displayed covered with picturesclassmates""Chl..ldren.andt red ,. .. .. .. ,. .",.. .. .. : .. ,' 4lf.:: I ,., F or. T h an k 5glvlng ,

of' W.eve: goL Jor'IYPU). !' '''' ; Li ; l '(H ::'\ .. .r. .," _.. ?,,' : .
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other held a collage of memorabilia 'a9V. art9rps; odlP n" 1I'I Ih'M dq hV."" 'It.ofll'1.t, -/ti'f9tll' 'rf t11t4 : rO'r :tr'i f ""' '.Iouw.'i" _IrlFiMfiMiW+rA +rra" +riW '. ,
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Turkeys '
RULES: Each space below represents some business firm of Bradford County. Use the scrambled letters and arrange them to

Women of St.Marks To Be spell the firm's name EXACTLY using all the letters and punctuation marks to enter this contest. The first THREE persons sub-

Hold MeetingThe mitting the correct or nearest correct answer BEFORE 12:00: Noon on Monday, November 25 will be awarded turkeys for

Women of St.Mark's held its Given Away Thanksgiving:'
monthly meeting in the Parish
House on Wednesday, Nov. 20 with This Year's Winners are: Carol Solze Linda Eunice and Dirk Schmidt.D .
Mrs. Herbert Thomas, president,
conducting the business meeting.
Mrs. Flossie Prescott gave the devotional
and worship program on the
meaning of Advent. MOTORS OUTLAW REALTY LAKE CHEVROLET-OLDS DENMARK FURNITURE OF STARKE PASTRY SHOP OF STARKE
Mrs. Ed Watts reported she had
delivered three boxes of toys to the
Episcopal Child Day Care Center in
Jacksonville as the groups part in
their Christmas party Mrs. Gilbert (
Crosby gave an account of the Quiet

Day was attended held in Palatka by several on Nov.members 7 which FANS A STOVES OF STARKE. INC. HURST EXXON SERVICE STARKE POWER EQUIPMENT STEAKHOUSE WESTERN STEER FAMILY COR8ETTS TIRE AND SERVICE

Final plans were made for the
Flea Market and Craft sale which
was held on Saturday, Nov23.


First Born Church

Observes 37th AssemblyThe BRYAN'S ACE HARDWARE LETA'S STYLING CENTER ECONO LODGE, RESTAURANT PEP-0 GAS AND FOOD. STORE HODGES HARDWARE

37th General Assembly of the LOUNGE
First Born Church of the Living God
was observed Nov. 4-17 in Waycross,
Ga. with First Born Churches from
all over the world.
The saints of Starke FBC traveledto .. NORMAN'S MARKET MEATS
the assembly on Wednesday, Nov DURRANCE PUMP AND SUPPLY COMMITCHELL.S DRUG STORE MOSLEY TOE COMPANY PRODUCE" NATU'RAL
13 and again on Nov. 16. Bro. GMA'S CLASSIC CUTS & STYLES PANY SEAFOOD, A
Timothy Lee Golden of Starke FBC FOODS
had the chance of a lifetime, playing
drums for the National FBC and National
Choir Director, all without
prior notice.
The Saints of Starke FBC welcome
back its Pastor and first lady, Elder BADCOCX HOME FURNISHING -
and Sister Gary (June) Cohen and w.w. WOODCHIPPMG. me.. THORNTON AUTO SALVAGE CENTER WILUAMS JEWELRY HODGES PAINT AND SUPPLY
son for another year.

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Ladles Hold Meeting

The Ladies Fellowship of ,Brad- ---. .
ford Baptist Church met Nov. 18 at CATFISH SANDWICH SHOPPE TOROOE SHELL SERVICE "ST RKE-V'mEO' JONES CRAFT SHOP STUMP'S DEPARTMENT STORE
the home of Gwen LaFollette on
Bayless Highway.The .

program was a demonstrationof I .. .__ .. .u.. ___ __. .. --. ...- -- --
the art of cake decorating by
Carol Craig with each lady practicing. -
The ladies decorated a cake in r
honor of the birthday of Sherry '-. --- .. .- ..
McGahee, which was served for HALL'S BIKE SHOP JONES FUNERAL HOME KAR PARTS THOMAS AUTO PARTS TEAL TIE A CARPET GEORGE ROBERTS MSURANCE. WC.
refreshments.Did .


You Know.....:..... .. -- .-- .. .. .. .

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Young of' ; -
Long Island N.Y. were guests
several days the past week of his GAS'AND APPUANCES-CF JACKSON BULDMG l )l SUPPLY OF
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and I I PURPLE GATOR WESTERN WEAR SAWYER NORTON TELECOMMUNICATIONS TERW1LLEGAR FORD WC.
Mrs. L. T. Young before going to his IT AlICE ::- ST ARICE" FLORSJA., WC.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas .

I Young in Beverly Hills, Fl. Mr. and --- -- ... ---' -- .. -. -- .. .... -- .- -
Mrs. L. T. Young are joining the
for Thanksgiving. .
family
..- .. RESTAURAMT.IlANDARDECOMMtJtlTY |
--'- --- '- CHINA
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mullins of BANK OF STARKE ALLIGATOR CREEK FARM SUPPLY BAM STARTER AND GENERATOR CHARLEY E. JOHNS AGENCY INC. SZECMMN" CUBWE .
Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy COMPANY I
Yawn Terry Yawn and Miss Paula H.,,, r
Wetter of Gainesville are ". I ,
,Thanksgiving holiday guests of their ..
mother Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and
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Birthday Party is v u' {1i i..,,.
Homemakers Visit Whispering Pines... l 1 t *wr.
Pines Care Center on S. !
I Whispering Colley Road held its monthly birthday The Bradford Homemakers Club visited WhisperingPines ,,, ,, r ( '
II party last Thursday tor the Care Center In Starke last Thursday to presentthe i G en << Ali
residents who have birthdays in residents with a number of lap rugs fashioned by ,
I
i I November, sponsored by the First Homentaker clubmembers. as a community service
Presbyterian Church. project: ,,
I Honorees were Winne Blume,Lois ((,oR)Bradford Homemakers President Gerrl Green ;
Linzy, Amanda Douglas, presents residents Dora Bachman, Winnie Woods and r.t
E.C.Padgett. Nan Peek, Julian Alice Kirkland with the rugs that should help keep the '
Dolan ana .JOhn Kunig. nip out of the air over the winter. ; I
Cake and ice Cream, were served
followed by a program of music and L
sing-a-long.
On Saturday afternoon, Gayle t
,
.
Roberts, activities director, took : a. ., d
) 'seven residents to the circus. The
tickets were donated by the Bradford
Convalescent Service and
transportation provided.On .
Wednesday lady residents baked
the pies for the Thursday
Thanksgiving dinner for the 120

residents.The third Thursday of the month)is

Birthday Day.Volunteers .
are needed to assist in
all the activities.Call Gayle Roberts Great
for more information.


Did You Know.,..........
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Mrs.Mack Williams wUl have her
family home for the Thanksgiving
holiday: Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams
and Mrs.Hazel Holt of Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams of
Valdosta, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Williams of Savannah,Mr.and Mrs.
Frank Williams and sons of Mid-
dleburg, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Godwin,
Mrs. Ann Godwin, Miss Jana God Reasons
win of Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs.
John Williams of Port Orange and
i their families.


Mrs. Charles King spent Nov. 8 to
21 visiting her mother, Mrs. Ruby
Yohe in Ottawa. Kas., who is 94
years old.

Mr. and Mrs. Emmitt Snodgrassof

Wednesday Pascagoula visitors Miss. were of her Mondayto brother

and sister-in-law,Mr.and Mrs.L.C.


Early.Mr.and. Mrs. M. A. Payne spent sho Eckerd in

Nov. 8 to 21 in Hawaii. to


Fort Dr. Lauderdale and Mrs. Harold are visiting Bowen Mr.of p

and Mrs. Bob Paterson and son-in-
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Marty Gotts this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Forest Salisbury of
Burnham, Maine spent Thursday to

Saturday Prescott. Mrs.with Prescott Mrs.also Flossie had as

Saturday and Sunday guests, Mr. three

1 Fl.j and; Mrs.Stanley Lachut of Holliday, the next days


j* Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brown and
f* family of Fayetteville,Ga.are spen-,
ding the long weekend with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Brown. .


Mr. a Mrs. Chuck Nichols and
daughter, Crystal were in Beard-
stown and Canton 111. Nov. 14-22
visiting friends and relatives. They
also visited New Salem. 111.


Lawtey School Elementary News 1.50% OFF on 60


Carnival ResultsAt super items,

the carnival this yearicostume
contest winners
three categories for each grade.The
winners were:
Cutest: Kindergarten, dragon and
1st, rag doll; 2nd, bat girl;
wagoni'own; 4th, scarecrow; 5th
gown.punk rocker; 5th, sorcerer; 7th ball 2. SUPER-SPECIAL COUPONS

Scariest: K, tramp ghoul; 1st,
witch;; 2nd, Dracula; 3rd, cowboy;
4th, witch; 6th ghoul; 7th, mummy.
Most Original: K, little astronaut;
1st, lion; 2nd, fairy; 3rd, Army GI;
4th, Siamese; 5th, punk rocker; 6th,
punk : 7th boy.

Raffle of WinnersWinners the raffle items were:

Buddy Starling won the VCR, Deb
bie Traylor won the Reclina-Rocker, THANKSGIVING
Mrs. Lichtenberger won the dolls 3.OPEIV Most stores open
and Gloria Pitcher won the bicycle.
Class Booth WinnersThe to serve you better
seventh grade had the
"scariest" booth with the Haunted
House. The"Best All Around" booth
was Rin Diugu.The booth with the"Most
Class Participation") the concession -
stand, sponsored by the first
grade. Mrs. Hamilton's 2nd grade COUPON-FRIDAY ONLY COUPON-SATURDAY ONL
class was the "Most Original' with SUPER
the Sweet Tooth Booth.
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1 1 ANY( BRAND OF Co/gateau.
FR1TOS
Lunch Menus
Dec.2-6 CORN CHIPS t 1 I TOOTHPASTEML
Bradford Elem.&Middle School
Monday: Beet-vegetable,cheese tout applesauce 8-OZ. BAG 1 4.6 AND 5-02. TUBES f

TMtday:,cookie Hamburger, milk.gravy.mashed potatoes, KCUUI. UCHTS or UNO sQl re111A1a!
mustard green, chocolate cake cornbread
milk.Wednesday. "i,4 -
: Whaler on bun. trench lrl* cab- 1I
bag slaw chocolate pudding,milk.
Thendayt Fried chicken baked .beam, garden x
salad,peach crUp.hot role,milk. r
milk.FrMayi Ptiza buttered corn, peaches cookie "' Limit 1 WltHOUT COUPON .....,., 79'

Bradford School Limit 1 SST._.. 99'COUPOH COUPON GOOD NOV. 30, 1385 ONLY
High
......,.Hamburger on bun lettuce tomato It. GOOD NOV. 29, 19SS OHIY .- ..COUTON MUST;ACCOMPANY,mCHASI. '- -. .1.1We1re
brownie milk.Taesdayi
pickle trench fries butterscotch ACCOMPANY fUKHASE
Spaghetti ./.....t sauce,cheeac.ttlx COUPON MUST

garden w.....salad..,. ,Beef-naelAlbi apple crisp hot soup roll,spiced milk.: hemIIIUIdwdI
,peaches,cookie,milk. (D)
,mashed ,
Thursday: Hamburger gravy potatoes
t I turnip FrMayi greens fried,chocolate chicken b.kdd cornbread:beans, cabbagealaw ,milk. there when you need us. FOR A GOOD LOOK AT THANKSGIVING!( ,

,fruit cup.hot roUe,milk.. during the holidays. "I CHOOSE ECKER D'S SYSTEM)
A-la-Cark especially 1 VISA
......,i Plna, french fries, milkshakes,ham FOR KODAK 2e@
Pharmacist will be on duty r
burgers.TnesdayiCbeeseburgen your Eckerd QUALITY
thru '
pine, milkshakes Salt prices good ,
OJ.,french MM.Wedaesdeyi during( the holidays with helpful advice and Sat. November 50,1985.SN .
fries, OJ., hamburgers
French
.. .milkshakes.Theraday prescription expertise. To an Eckerd Pharmacist.nothlng.s EIIID
pi n for
plaza, trench fries,. OH into* Baler
: ,Cheeseburger O.J. more Important than your health.: DM icttrf Marttt TM.W .
milkshakes Fri : CemdMs chicken nuggets, OJ., ItMTM ea IJM M k. ........
mllkihakes, .,trencTtrtee.pine.Each .
: day students.have si choice"'I hot lunch
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Jamboree Katherine Carbone Is a patient In Jolene of North Miami Davis, Glenn Friese and Mindy School will again be in session on
,.. By Dolores Meng The next Hampton Jamboree is Room 475 at Alachua General.We Beach also spent the weekend with Hersey; 14-Amy Horne, Daren Monday, Dec. 2.Santa's.
Phone 468-1913 scheduled for Sat.; Dec. 7 from 7-11 wish them both a complete the Joe Riddick family. Mr. and Whitehead 16-Donald McWilliams; Secret Shop
p.m. at the city park. Refreshments recovery. Mrs. Raymond Baxter, Ruth's 17-Randall Glisson; 17-Laurle Scheduled times for Santa's Shop
4-H Meeting will be available and live bands will Condolence parent from Hawthorne, Whitehead; 19-Zina Beth Young; to be open for business are from
Diana Smith, Director entertain. The public Is invited. Sympathy is extended to the family and Mrs. Danny Riddick all attend 21-Tahra Francis; 24-Brenda 7:30-11: a.m. from Dec.513. Children
announces
that an organizational of Christmas ParadeOn and friends of Ida Bell Jones who ed the performance of "My Fair Skeen, Bridget Skeen, Wayne will be able to purchase gifts at
meeting
the 4-H Club will be held at the Sat., Dec. 21 at 3 p.m'ruthe died at age 84 on Nov. 23. Lady" in which Ruth had a role. Youngblood and Dale Grover; reasonable prices during those
School Hampton Christmas Parade will be Attend "My Fair Lady" They enjoyed a pre-Thanksgiving 25-Julie Collins; 26-Cindy Davis times, $.10 to $7,
Hampton Elementary on held. Those interested in par Cassie Riddick, a student at Piedmont Dinner together and celebrated and Jaclyn Crews; 27-Ressie Dowl- Volunteers are needed to keep the
Thursday and night, Dec. 5 at 7 p.m. ticipating may contact the clerk's office College in Charleston, N.C., Cassie's birthday Nov. 21. ing and Roxann Condone; 28-Jodi shop in operation. Vicki Crews is
girls 8-18 invitedto
Boys attend. This ages Club will are include the or call Bobbie Sheppard at spent from Tuesday to Sunday Attend Convention Ford and James Dube; 29-Cheryl chairman of this PTA project this
and Theressa 4681199. Santa is also expected to visiting her family here. D.J. came Red and Wilmajean Terry attended Thomas and Mitchell Thomas. year.
Hampton areas. visit. home for the weekend from Norfolk, the American Legion Convention Hampton Elementary
Further information may be ob- HospitalizedLori Va., where he is stationed on USS held in Daytona Beach Nov. 2124. School Holidays
tained from Alicia at
Redding Stone was admitted to Navy ship Detroit. He recently November Birthdays Thanksgiving Holidays will be 4-H ClubsOrganizing
468-1980, Joan Barton at 964-5693, or Nov. observed at the school from Wed.,
Alachua General Hospital last week. returned from Portugal and other 10-Sandra Aviles; 11-Andy
the 4-H office at the
by calling cour- Smith Nov. 27 through Sunday. Dec. 1.
thouse 964-6280. Her room number Is 721. European countries. ; 12-Sld Russell; 13-Brlan

_.._.. Those wishing to loin the 4-H club
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Monday, Dec. 9, 7 p.m. in the

at % Off Agriculture community Building.A 4-H. club is being

Lt: 60 Super Items 50 selection Quantities; organized Theressa communities.in the Hampton The meetingvill and

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I BBS tOut Santa Fe Raiders for First 1O-O Season in 20 YearsThe



1985 Tornado eleven shut out a sped 65 yards down the Raidersideline ing "You see what they can dot"
rebuilding Santa Fe squad 28-0 last for the second TD. Quick-as- Jenkins;who ran for 168 yards all
Friday night Nov. 22, on Bradford a-cat Wendell Shanks electrified the but four of that in the first half,

Field ,to complete its first perfect crowd by returning the second half crossed the 1,000-yard milestone in j I Ir
regular season in 20 years. kick-off 89 yards for the third TD.: the second period. For one BUS backto
The 1965 Tornado eleven also went QB Frank Long capped a 74-yard get 1,000 yards is particularly
12-0 and won the first-ever state drive with a four yard run for the significant since BHS has several
championship for Bradford High. fourth TD. backs who alternate carrying the .
The 1966 Tornadoes were 11-0-1 but With: the Tornadoes leading all the football and also pass more than 4
had a regular season tie with Suwan- way, the Pest Control driving three most high school teams. Plus
nee High of Live Oak. The 1974 team four or five yards continually spring Jenkins has been held out of the se- 1
was 10-2 but lost 23-0 to Gainesville BUS backs it was as relaxed a cond halves of most games with BHS V
Buchholz in the second game. football game as possible for the ahead and other getting a chance to
The 10th win came easy as the Tor- Tornado coaches. If anybody had a play. n ., 9
nadoes simply blew away Santa Fe, letdown it was defense which allow-
going up 7-0 on a 12-yard run by run- ed Santa Fe to score on a 43 yard run First BUS Drive...
ning back Clinton Jenkins the first that would have ruined their sixth Jenkins did all the running on the
I time they had the football. On the shutout but for a motion penalty. go-yard drive for the first BHS

first play of the second possession 'The Santa Fe touchdown was called touchdown. He had runs of 5, O. 28. 5,
Jenkins with a huge hole so he could back but a BHS player cautioninghis 12, 12, 1, and 12 yards for the score
go outside with a blocker ahead. teammates was,overheard sat for a total of 63 yards rushing on the
drive. r'i

QB Frank Long completing four
r4----; of 14 passes for 78 yards hit senior
wideout Todd McLeod for 16 yardsup .iii. i

the middle on the drive. BHS was .__.__.___ __ .-.
up 7-0 with 4:32 remaining in the

I t esti first period, after David Hamilton
added the first of his four extra point Top Quarterback...

l ,?pY3 kicks. BUS quarterback Frank Long looks lot betJUIS will take
The Tornado offensive line openedup daylight on Inverness In the first round of the
big holes for Jenkins springinghim ween two Santa Fe defenders Friday night en route to a state playoffs Friday night in Tornado stadium..
good gain for the Tornadoes as they won their 10th
into the Santa Fe secondary on
of the
straight game regular season.
many plays.


A Big Play... .
play. Shanks bobbled the bounding to wideout Todd McLeod. Fullback
M Striking suddenly on a power play The BHS defense shut the door kickoff and it took a few seconds for Aaron Matthews'ran for six yards

over right tackle RB Jenkins found then. Defensive end Billy Jackson him to get{ the football in hand while and QB Long threatening to pass
the door open again on the first playof stopped big Raider running back on-rushing Santa Fe players took brought the football down and ran
the second BHS drive. Purcell Jenkins for a short four yard aim at him. By the time Shanks got for 12 yards around left end.
Jenkins popped into secondary around right end. Rover back Aaron going the on-rushing Raider

cut to his right and ran the Santa Fe Matthews then hit Purcell hard at defenders could not alter their angle Another pass to McLeod went

sideline with a blocker leading the the same time a pass arrived to quick enough to catch the speedy through the receiver's hands then
way and fencing off the only Raider break it And on third down
up. Shanks who Coach Hurse calls QB Long again showing pass ran
with chance to make the
player a defensive end Greg Jackson into
got quickasacat.Shanks right end for nine yards. Running
tackle. BHS was up 14-0 with 2:27 remaining -
the Raider backfield to throw runn- back
Greg Wiggins went over
in the second period. headed down the BHS right
ing back Orian Lumpkin for a three tackle for nine yards and a BHS first
yard loss on the draw play. sideline giving BUS fans a bird'seye
Raiders Move... view of the"89yard kick-off down at the Raider-yard-line.. RB
Jenkins coming in late in the drive
Down 14-0. the young Raiders Who BHS ended the first half knockingat return for the third Tornado got but two yards in two plays. QB,
d started three freshmen and had touchdown. BHS was up 21-0 with on-
the Santa Fe goal line again, but Long, showing pass again got the
mostly juniors and sophomores on ly seven seconds gone off the third
time ran out as Santa Fe's Mike touchdown running left end and div-
t the field mounted their only serious Dates intercepted a last-second quarter clock. ing into the endzone where he took a

drive of the night. Frank Long pass in the endzone. hard hit. BHS was ahead 28-0 with
Raider QB Jeff McNeil got around QB Long's Drive... 6:03: remaining in the third period.
right end for 34 yards before inside
linebacker Ron Brown and defensive Santa Fe got one first down on its
back Wendell Shanks knocked him Shanks Runs... first possession of the< second half With a drizzle falling briefly the

out of bounds at the BHS 43. On the "I don't know why they kick off but was forced to punt by the stingy the BHS entire substitutes second got half to play the 10th almost win
as
next play Chip Issac went around over there," Coach David Hurse BHS defense. ,
Tough Yardage:.. left end eluded the BHS secondaryfor said after Wendell Shanks the up The Tornadoes took over on their was completed.

BUS running back Andy Jones struggles for some tough yargage what appeared to be a 43 yard back on the Tornado sideline. Santa 26 yard line. Nine plays and 74 yards BHS had 279 yard rushing and 78
against the Santa Fe defense last Friday night. touchdown run, but it was called Fe was probably kicking the football later they again roosted in the yards of passing offense. The BHS
back because the Raider back was in away from deep kickoff receiver Raider endzone. QB Frank Long defense held Santa Fe to 78 yards
motion before the ball was put into Frank Long. opened the drive with.a 32 yard pass rushing and 12 yards passing.

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD register sold fictitious nome under the entered against you for the relief property described In such certificate or Items that may come up at that
COUNTY, FLORIDA aforesaid statute. demanded In the complaint or petition. certificates will be sold to the highest time
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF BRADFORD PROBATE DIVISIONFile Dated this 5th day of November A.D., WITNESS my hand and the seal of this bidder at the courthouse door on the George W. Roberts, Jr.
COUNTY Number 85-94CP 1985, In Bradford County. Court on November 5, 1985. 10th day of December, 1985. ChairmanItchg
CASE NO. 85-133-SP Division 1.3671 11/214tpd 12/12 GILBERT S. BROWNAs Dated this 16th day of October 1985. 11/27
Clerk of the Court Gilbert S. Brown Clerk 5 H 5.5.55..55.
Mary B. Rosier, Plaintiff, In Re: Estate of .5..555555551 By Beulah M. MoodyAs Clerk of Circulr Court of Bradford County -
vs ED JOSEPH MAY. Deceased. Deputy Clerk Floridoll144tchg
Frank Sutton,' Defendant NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe PUBLIC AUCTION 11/7 4tchg 11/28 125NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR

*i administration of the estate of Ed NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday 55....... ..... 555tH N.15H..5.555 AMENDMENT TOWN OF OF LAND USE PLAN
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Joseph May. deceased, File Number Dec. 2. 1985. at 10:00 o'clock A.M.. BROOKER, FLA. _
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that t. DolpH' 85.94CP, to pending In the Circuit Court a the undersigned Gator" < FrefghtwaVsVto,I \. : ,, OF APPLICATION An ORDINANCE amending thy Com- ,,
r' e.: fteddbh. Sheriff of Bradford County, for Bradford County""florlda'; ;' Probate "inc., will sell at public auction for cash at IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA, S, On 11/4/85 FLORIDA HYDROC R.- prehenslve Land Us. "Wan'" .EMrient ond.tk
Florida, under and by virtu. of a Writ of Division the address of which Is N. Temple 2600 Lloyd Rd'; Jacksonville,;Fla.,, One;; EIGHTH 'JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BONS CO. Rt. I, Box 83. Brooker. Flo. map by Brooker, FIorlddytT4p)Eiccordanc4'.
Execution/ heretofore Issued out of the Avenue, Storke, Florida 32091. The lot of chairs consigned to Ron E. Moore,* BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA 32622, made application for water use with the local Government Comprehen-
above-entitled court. In the abovestyledcause names and addresses of the personal Homasassa Fla., to satisfy freight' and CIVIL ACTION per mlt 2.85.00'94 for on average dally slve Planning Act of 1975 as provided for
have levied upon the following representative and the personal storage charges, under the provisions of CASE NO. 85461CA withdrawal of 0.3562 million gallons per In Chapter 163 of the Florida Statutes.TO .
property, situate, lying and being In representative's/ attorney are set forth Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of day from ground waters located In Section : All Citizens, Taxpayers and other
Bradford County, Florida, to wit: below. Lading. In Re: The Marriage of 32, Township 06 South Range 20 interested persons:
Commence at the Southwest corner of All Interested persons are required to Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier JOHN EDWIN GRIFFIS Husbandand East Bradford County Florida for com You and each of you ore hereby and
Lot. 59 and 60 In WOODLAWN, Section file with this court WITHIN THREE MONTHS Pro. 01.632280 dtd. 9/20/85 mercial/Industrial uses. herewith given notice In accordancewith
13, Township 5 South, Range 22 East OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS 11/21 2tchg 11/28 ALICE JUNE GRIFFIS Wife Written objections or comments on Florida Statutes that the Town
and run North a distance of 208 feet to a NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate ............. this application may be filed with the Council of Brooker, Florida will conducta
point; thence run East a distance of 260 and (2)) any objection by an Interested PUBLIC AUCTION NOTICE OF SUIT Governing Board of the Suwannee River public hearing at a regular meeting
feet more or less; thence run South a person on whom this notice was served NOTICE It hereby given that on Mon NO PROPERTY Water Management District Route 3, held at 7.30; p.m. at Town Hall Brooker,
distance of 208 feet to a point on DuPont that challenges the validity of the will, day, December 2, 1985, at 10:00 o'clock To: JOHN EDWIN GRIFFIS address Box 64. Live Oak, Fla. 32060, until Florida on December 10( 1985 and will
Road;. thence run West on the North the qualifications of the personal A.M., the undersigned Gator unknown. 12/16/85. consider an Ordinance relating to:
boundary line of DuPont Road a distanceof representative, venue, or jurisdiction of Frelghtways. Inc., will sell at public auction YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has Itchg 11/28 mend the Comprehensive Land Use
260 feet more or less, to the Point of the court. for cash at 2600 Lloyd Road, been filed against you and you are required 5555.555555.5555. Plan to provide that lands currently
Beginning according to the map or plot ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Jacksonville, Fla., one lot of air conditioners to serve a copy of your written classified single family and designated'
of Woodlawn as recorded In the public SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. consigned to Arco Comfort defenses if any, to JAMES R. flYNN ESQUIRE NOTICE OF APPLICATIONOn by the plan as yellow, be reclassified to
records of Bradford County, Florida, Publication of this notice has begun on Prod., Tampa, Flo., to satisfy freight' and Petitioner's Attorney whose address 11/18/85, VALLEY VIEW DAIRY, mobile home and designated' brown, the
as the property of the above-named November 21, 1985. storage charges, under the provisions of Is 405 West Georgia Street, P.O. Box 114, Brooker. Fla. 32622 made property of Truby Tetstane, described as
Defendant, and that on the 16th day of Personal Representative: Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of Starke, Florida, 32091, on or before application for water use permit follow.:
December 1985, Monday, at two o'clock Mildred M. Lee Lading. November 28. 1985 and file the original 2-85-00296 for on average daily Lots one ((1)) and ((2)) of block eight ((8)),
on said day on the premises of the Brad- 8731 Beverly Drive Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrl.r with the Clerk of this Court either before withdrawal of 0.0450 million gallons per Unit one ((1)) of Carlotta SubDivision
ford County Sheriff's Office, I will offer Temple Terrace, Florida 33617 02-646000 dtd 9/21/85 service on Petitioners Attorney or Immediately day from ground waters located In Section You'or. further given NOTICE that a
for sale and sell to the highests bidder Attorney for Personal RepresentativeAnthony : 11/21 2tchg 11/28 thereafter otherwise a 04, Township 07 South Range 20 copy of said proposed ORDINANCE I is
for cash In hand, the above-described J. Salzman default will be entered against you for East Bradford County Florida, for available for your Inspection at the Of-
property as the) property of the said BESSENT, MOODY & SALZMAN 555.H.55555 the relief demanded In the complaint or agricultural uses. fice of the Town Clerk, Town Hall
Defendants to satisfy said Execution. 403 W. Georgia St.. P.O. Box" 1056 PUBLIC AUCTION petition. Written objections or comments on Brooker, Florida.
DOLPH E. REDDISH, SHERIFF Starke Florida 32091 NOTICE Is herery given that on Monday WITNESS my hand and Seal of this this application may be filed with the Each and every person having any interest -
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA ((904) 964.7262, 372-6327 December 2, 1985, at 10:00 o'clock Court on November 4, 1985. Water Governing Board of the Suwannee River whatever In the enactment of thl.propo..d .
11/214tchg 12/12 11/21 2tchg 11/28 GILBERT BROWN, Management District Route 3, ORDINANCE should appear
A.M. the undersigned Gator
CLERK OF THE COURT Box 64. Live Oak Fla. 32060, until and be heard at the time and place
Inc. will sell
H.HIH.5H.H1 ssse.H.HH. Frelghtways at public auction 12/16/85. prescribed.
for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville BRADFORD COUNTYBy
NOTICt! 01 APPLICATIONFOR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD Beulah Moody Itchg 11/28 TOWN COUNCIL
TAX DIED COUNTY, FLORIDA Flo., one lot of pool swimming supplies 11/7 4tchg 11/28 ........... .. .. TOWN OF BROOKER FLORIDA
NOllCt! I IS HEREBY! GIVEN thaI Vernle PROBATE DIVISIONFile consigned to Kransco Mfg. Co., 11/282tchg 12/5
P. or. J,D.' Odnin Jr., the holder of the Number 85.93CP Miami, Fla., to satisfy freight and H..5H 555.5 NOTICE TO BIDDERS n.555.......H_;
following certificates has filed sold cer Division 1.3670 storage charges, under the provisions of NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR NOTICE Is hereby given that sealed
Micates/ foi, a tax deedto be Issued Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of TAX DEED bids will be received by the Bradford

ttiereon. The ceitiftcate numbers and In Re: Estate of lading. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Ernest Board of County Commissioners until PUBLIC NOTICE
years of Issuance, the description of the LIZA SLONE MAY Deceased Gator Frelghtwoys' Carrier I. or Irene Hunter the holder of the Monday Dec. 9, 1985 at 10 a.m. The Notice Is hereby given that the Townof
property and the names in which it was NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe 04.613509 dtd 9/11/85 following certificates has filed said certificates Bradford County Commissioners reserve Brooker, Florida, will hold a public
assessed ors as follows: administration of the estate of 11/21 2tchg 11/28 for a tax deed to be issued the right to accept or reject any or all hearing on Tuesday, December 10, 1985
Certificate No. 9/ Year of l..uanc.198' LIZA SLONE MAY deceased File .H.H5.555H5 thereon The certificate numbers and bids at 7:30 p.m. In Town Hall, to consider

Desciiptioii of f Property: 322/ COM, Number 8S-93CP I. pending In the Circuit PUBLIC AUCTION year of Issuance, the description of the One Communications Service from raising the fees for garbage collection
AT NW COR Of CALL ft BAY STREETS, Court for Bradford County, Florida NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon property, and the names In which It was Monitor and Spectrum Analyzer to con $3.50 to $5.00 per month.
RUN N 216.55 ft. w 112'/i FT. FOR POB Probate Division, the address of which Is day, December 2, 1985, at 10.00; A.M., assessed are as follows: form to the following specifications: Linda Robinson
RUN N 94,31 FT WLY 155.7FT SLY 78 FT N. Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida, the undersigned Gator Frelghtways Certificate No. 143 Y.arof 1..uonc.1983 Spectrum Analyzer mhz to IGC. Town Clerk
ELY 155 FT. TO POB SIC: 28 TOWNSHIP 6 32091., The names and addresses of the Inc., will sell at public auction for cosh at Description of Property: No. 4508 Wilt of Modulation Oscilloscope. 11262tchgl2SDIGESTIVE
SOUTH, RANGE ?7. personal representative and the personal 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Fla., one N'/i!, of NW1/4 of NW 1/4, SECTION 34, Off-the-AIr GG/PL Counter
Name In which assessed William J. ) representatives attorney are set lot of rim consigned to Robert McCray TWP 6 S, R22. RF Watt Meter 0-125 watt HI/Lo
'and, Bobble L. Studstill. forth below. Leesburg, Fla., to satisfy freight and Name In which assessed: The Roost Investments w/overload.
All of said property being; In the Cows Interested are required to storage charges, under the provisions of Inc. Multimode Code Synthesizer.' O44 :EH, I FMVtra
persons
ty, of Bradford State of Florida. file with this court WITHIN THREE MON- Section 4b) of Uniform Standard Bill of All of said property being In the County AC/DC Digital Analog Voltmeter 3soo
Unless such certificate or certificatesshall THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Lading. of Bradford State of Florida. General Purpose Oscilloscope.Slnad .
be redeemed according to law the NOTICE: ((1) all claims against the estate Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier Unless such certificate or certificates Meter-Distortion Meter
property described In such certificate or and ((2)) any objection by an Interested 01.608038 dtd 9/16/85 shall be redeemed according to low the Encode/Decode PL/DTMF/DPL. .O
certificates will be sold to the highest on whom this notice was served 11/21 2tchg 11/28 property described In such certificate or TXCO TIME BASE 5x10-8 MAX. ERROR -
.bidder at the court house door on the 7th that person challenges the validity of the will, certificates will be sold to the highest The everiige'edult has 3.500 square
day of January 1986. the qualifications of the personal bidder at the courthouse door on the Oscilloscope Probe x 1. Inches of kin.
Dated this 13th day of November representative, venue, or Jurisdiction of ...5H HHSH5. 17th day of December, 1985. Battery Pack.
1985:"' the court. Doled this 31 day of October 1985. Module Service Kit.
1 I',' GILBERTS. BROWN; Clerk ALl CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH GILBERT S. BROWN, Clerk RF Detector Probe.
,, ;,. -i' By Beulah M. Moody SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford County Test Microphone
Clerk of Circuit Court FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Florida Canvas. Protective Cover
Publication of this notice has begun on I
: I of Bradford County, Florida November 21, 1985. Case No. 85-463.CA 11/14 4tchg! 125fUjljj444.4444. Manuals( ) User/Service. SYSTEMTo
: t 11/28 4tchg 12/19 Personal Representative: Twelve Volt Power Source Adapter.

5H15 H.HN5H. Mildred M. Lee In Re: The Marriage of NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR 120 Volt AC-Slngle Phase Pow.r.T.chnlcal team more about the digestive
1 NOTICr TO BIDDERS 8731 Beverly DriveTemple BRENDA PINEDA.PetitionerWife TAX DEED assistance from closestmaintenance system, call Tel-Med and ask rOf'these
; NOTICE Is hereby given that sealed service organization.
t Florida 33617 tapes
Terrace, by
Bid Proposals will be received by ,the Warranty Industry Standard.All number Call
for Personal Representative: and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Leroy T. 9M'96
Attorney
I Bradford County School Board until 4:00: J. Salzman HILARIO PINEDA or Ernest Hunter the holder of the proposals shall be turned In to the or 3784007.
Anthony
p.m., December 6, 1985,'/for aluminum County Clerk's Office at the Courthouse, '
Respondent/Husband. '' certificates has filed said
SALZMAN certificates 2
BESSENT MOODY ,. following What
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material a noimal bowel?
Starke Florida
walkway Including panels, 32091.
deed be Issued
t 403 W. Georgia St.. P.O. Box 1056 for a tax to 36 Hiccups
channel beams and fastener, also for Starke Florida 32091 NOTICE OF ACTION ,t. thereon. The certificate numbers and ,11/282tchg 12/5 44 Ulcers _
: materials and labor to rework 30squar.s ((904)) 964.7262, 372-8327 TO: Hllarlo Pin.da years of Issuance, the description of the 45 Indigestion
of dead level cool tar roof, on .
Address Unknown and the In which It u" -
:, I canopy at Starke Elementary School, 11/21 2tchg 1123NOTICE ff.;.: property, names was NOTICEOF 198 Hlatal hernia
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that follows
an for assessed are as :
Starke, Florida1:, .- ., ., : HsSUUnnssS action SPECIAL MEETINGTo 219 Laxatives
; ( ,. dissolution of marriage has been filed Certificate No. 28 Year of Issuance 1983
All shall be turned In to the Interested Parties: 563 Food
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rropo.al. OF INTENTION against you and are of Property: LOT 9 of ED. poisoning
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you Description
required to You will
take
: School at 582 N.:'TempleAve please notice that a 630 Diarrhea
TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME serve a copy of your written defenses, l If WARDS UN-RECORDED PLAT SEC: 26 Twp special meeting of the Bradford County 662
.. ,. Stork. Florida 32091 Drveiticulosl
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida any, to It on BRENDA PINEDA, Petitioner 6S. R-21. Health Facilities Authority will be heldon "
j Specification may be obtained from Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the whose address Is Rt 1, Box 921, Name In which assessed: L. G. Edwards, Thursday December 5, 1985, at 7 dlvertlcullfls .
q Don R. Morgan. Architect P. O. Drawer
HARRY AND MABEL Stark., Florida, 32091
undersigned on Jr. .
or before p.m. In the meeting room of the Board! of
1208.1. Keystone Heights, Florida 32656 GREEN, joint owners, doing business December 19, 1985, and file the originalwith All of said property being In the County County Commissioner In the Bradford Tel-Med A free j
I ;:, 904/4732662 or L.nngrd Register 519 under the firm name of THE OLE TRUNK the clerk: of this court either before of Bradford.,State of Florida. County Courthouse Starke. to considera vice brought to you by the3lla%
N. Orange St., Stark., Florida: 32091 ANTIQUE AND GIFT SHOPPE 310 E. Call service on Petitioner or Immediately Unless such certificate or certificatesshall bond purchase agreement with of Bradford Hospital. Inc.

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2) The entry must be on an official blank from the TELEGRAPH and
must be dropped off at the TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday
afternoon. Fill in all the blanks with either the name of the team
Y you think will win or "tie" if you think the game will end in a tie The
I r '> person who picks the most games right will win the top prize.
lr .'f 3) In case of ties we will use the total points scored in the Bradford
a High School game each week (except the Tornadoes open week) as a
Last Woek's Winner: tiebreaker. Please fill in the points you think will be scored by the Tor
+ a, Frederick L. Sanders nadoes and their opponent combined in the tiebreaker blank. For in
stance if the score in the Tornadoe game was Tornadoes 19, Opponents
', i,. Fr.d.rlck L, Sanders of Lawl.,lucked out this 7, the correct score was 26 points.
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It's a big 10-01
It has been 20 years, going back to 1965, since a Bradford High
football team has posted a perfect regular season mnrk.

Those 1905 Tornadoes went 12-0 and won the first Mute championship
for Bradford High. The 1966 team repeated as state championsbut Whirlpool
tied Suwannee High of Live Oak for an 11-0-1( record.
The first BUS powerhouse was the 1944 team that wont 9-1-0, racking r s
up a record 399 points to 64 for opponents.The "
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1960 BHS eleven was! '10-0-1 with only a tie to Baker High
blemishing that year's record. The 1K! >1 team was 11-0. From \
1959-1962 the Tornadoes ran up 30-game unbeaten streak, that dynasty .
1
coming under Coach Lennard Register with prl's'ntlll'a() Coach Makes
David Hurse as assistant.

After two medicore seasons, the Tornadoes started a 31 game
unbeaten streak in 1964 which extended four games into 1967, and Included .
those two state championship seasons of 1965; and 19(>6.;
Some good Tornado teams in the 1970's are remembered. The 1974
Tornado football team went 10-2. The 1976 team went 93. it
Numerous Tornado teams have won 7 or 8 games. .s pq
The 1985 team unquestionably ranks as one of the best in long .JM _
tradition of outstanding BHS football teams s
It has been a long road back. ,

In 1980 the Tornadoes were 37. The 1W1! club was 0100. In 1981 Il .tee: .o I "HlnnrTtf
BITS finally got back even, posting a 5.5 mark. The record was 6.4 in 1 a : E1 aster
1983, 7-4 in 1984, these seasons being; ones in which BUS was
redesignated as Class 2A, enabling them to win some games over -1 [
much smaller area schools.

With the unfair system getting much criticism, the Florida High
School Athletic Association, bowing to pressure from coaches, re-
designated the state's football teams into five classifications. It put
BHS back into Class 3A with schools nearer the same size.
Nobody knew how Bradford High would fare. Howould a team

that 3A competition got to the state? play-offs in Class 2A two years! running fare in Other great prizes too including


The team had been improving;\ slowly over the past four or five
years. But the defense was green In many positions in 15)85.) The Whirlpool Home Appliances! Enter Now!
veteran offense was supposed to carry the defense! the first few
games until Defensive Coordinator brought his charges along.
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In the second game at Fernandina the Tornadoes won 14-0 but was QC British, Airways Concorde g ranges, microwave ovens,
never able to put the game out of reach. The defense got the first of : :$ washers,dryers, dishwashers' T I
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The offense finally got cranked up in the third game, in which
and accommodations,then return on the supersonic Concorde. to make world a little easier.
BHS posted a 35.13 victory at West Nassau. The three toughest your
games of the season followed. BHS beat an excellent Inverness team
18-0, then shut out Baker High 21-0. BItS hadn't beaten Baker in five
seasons. The following week, the Tornadoes posted a 35-10 win over q; Audio-responsive Sonic Do Your Christmas PeekingEARLY
North Marion in a hard-hitting game. 4d 'I'b 1 1 Alarm Clocks
Since, the Tornadoes have faced no opponent which could really
challenge them. They've been holding intra-squad scimmages to Clock actually responds
keep the offense and defense, which haven't faced top-flight competition to the sound' of'a human !
since mid-October, from losing their sharpness. 0 voice with alarm turning off
knows how this 10-0 Tornado football team Q
Nobody yet just good
No need to out-
is. Coach David Hurse admits he didn't know how good his Tornadoes automatically. get er
ranked number one in the state in Class 3A for the past of bed or reach to turn off the alarm > '-1 III

month, would be.InvernessCitrus. \ &OlI .
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Tornadoes will have faced since the Baker and Inverness games _/9.--\_. jjr ttVitT LCw& f4 rr
came back to back Oct. 7 and 14. Inverness will be primed and r h. T Lw
than the first : + nv Iq I
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But the Tornadoes have also improved.This .
Tornado football team has no glaring weakness. The offensive ooh
line is good, and has been improving weekly. This defense has PRICES
played excellently the entire season. There are four or five good ,
running backs. This Tornado team has a dozen players any of whom : < ''inaticaiig!
can catch a pass. And quarterback Frank Long is an excellent '" 6 FOR HOUSE

passer And, and on this runner.team, players are familiar with two or three posi \ ;
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start off their 1985-86 season on the here from Montana this year, shows II
road for the first four games, the real promise, Coach Eddins says. II' 1 4 W '::11 j it 0.M. :: :
first set Wednesday, Dec. 4, at The varsity, 7-15 last in 1984-85, I
Jacksonville Episcopal. has the potential) for a winning I'' i I
The next night, Thursday, Dec. 5, season this year says Cur.-li Eddins,
the girls travel to Gainesville pointing out the team is more experienced s 1, ; II I
Eastside. and faster. In an intra- I
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Marla Reddish, a senior in her ,squad scrimmage last Saturday the Save i <3HE3 / 7
fourth season, averaged 15 points two teams tied 4343. Last year the \7Vhirfpdol
per game last season. The Tor. scrimmage score was somethinglike Whir of
nadoes also return Tiny Mosley and 2'-2lt.! So, Coach Eddins pointsout 16975
Tonya Jenkins,in their third year on the girls are shooting better this _
the team, and sophomores Felicia year I Ii
Davis,in her second year on the var-
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like a large family after having suffered through some hard times.
This community and school have a great deal of pride and dedication ALL MAKES
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Topping off an extremely successful Junior Kelley Jackson was second year. Looking forward to next year, ,
season, the Lady Tornado for BHS and 28th overall, clocking a Loper says he wants to see this
Cross Country team took third at the 12:50: for the two mile course. group of girls win state and believes
1985 state cross country meet Satur Finishing in a pack were Lisa they can do it in the next two years.
day Nov. 23, in Delana. Tierney at 36th in 12:58, Chrissy The third place finish "Certainly
Led by sophomore Lori Sapp with Anders at 37th in 12:59 and Cristie climaxed a banner year, in spite of iJ
a fifth place finish, BHS came closeto Harrell at 38th also in 12:59.: Robin some problems along the way," said
taking the whole thing, falling just Manning was die number six runner Loper.. "

16 points short with a team score of for the team and finished 58th in Going on with one more race,Sapp 1
141. Titusville Astronaut was first 13:22. is on loan, according to Loper to the
with 125 points. Pensacola Pine Florida Track Club for the United '
Forest second "They knew what they had to do ,
was with 129. States National Cross Country l kr ;
"We proved to a lot of people that said Loper. "They stayed together in Championship set Friday, Nov. 28, ..
we could run with the best of them," good pack and made a long surge in Raliegh, N.C. I I
said Coach George Loper. "I to the" finish with about 700-yards to The team will be made-up some of t : ; v )

couldn't have asked them to run any go. the best runners in the northeast ;tr4
better. We really surprised \ of the .I
somepeople Coming back from one injured portion state, including
foot, freshman Christie Harrell had Orange Park's Ellie Runice and !
Sixteen teams lined-up at 11 a.m. Jacksonville's Antoniette Turner '
with her other foot but
on the course at the Deland airportfor problems and Jenna Dunn. :
the start of the girl's Class 3A fought it all the way Saturday, never The National is an open race with a V re4YM

race, representing some of the best giving up. age group divisions over a 5K (3.1 >'P rIb

runners in the state. The ground wasa "She did an awful lot on silent mile) course. It is sponsored by The { X .
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courage," said Loper. "It was Congress, United ? a
Loper, and times were expected to marvelous to see that kind of at- governing body for track and field,
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her second fastest time of the year, .awful lot from a freshman.." Warming-up for the big one...
covering the course in 11:53: (11 Track Season...
minutes, 53 seconds). She finished BHS closed its season with a total Track season is coming up soon, Getting ready for the last race of the season, the the state meet Saturday, Nov.23. (1-r) Christie Harrell,,
fifth overall, for the highest place on of 13 wins, two third place finishes, with practice starting after Lady Tornado Cross Country team warms-up at the Lisa Tierney, Kelley Jackson, Lori Sapp, ChristyAnders
the Lady Tornado team. one fourth and one seventh for the Christmas. Deland airport before the 3A girl's two-mile event at and Robin Manning work out the kinks.




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think we've got the upper:- first real contest for the Tornadoes. offensive line has improved. The with real speed. Local- fans will probably 11, and Tim Bender, no. 51, 5-9,175, Langley, no. 42, I*also'extremely
has recall back Jeff 11 tackles Tom Hill, no. 52,5-11,190, quick, fast, and a good faker.
hand Coach Mike Sexton of The win put BHS at number 8 in defense improved."I running ;
the second, says meeting with Citrus- state Class 3A rankings. The 21-0 win think we're a better football Southall, no. 27, 5-5, 145, 12, when 10, and Mike D'Ambrosio, no. 66, Split end Bobby Avery, no. 20, has
Inverness, the first step in the state over then 10th ranked Macclenny- team all the way around," says they see him run. Number 10, Larry 5-11, 220, 11, and tight end Rick good" hands and is a good blocker.
\Ve'dlike to have
which is set for 8 Baker the following week put BHS Coach Sexton.Defensing. Tribble, 5-10,170,12, was hurt when Hamilton, no. 82, 510. The split endis a championship
play-off system but can't have it without that
but the Eddy Avery, no. 20, 5-7, 145, 11. you
BHS first played Inverness
state
the stan-
Nov. 28 at several notches in
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this Friday night, up
p.m. back is Rick Langley no. first game, points out Coach Sex-
Bradford Field. became No. 1 when the Run... slot man on the weak side is fast and The flex ,

BHS goes into contest for the Tallahassee Godby, then No. 1, lost Inverness is primarily a running back in action. 21, 5-7, 147, 11, the brother to tori.Tornado players have been told
John
Region II title ranked No. 1 in the to Tallahassee Leon three weeks ballclub, BHS fans will recall, with Favorite plays of the Hurricanesare quarterback The Canes use a Langley five man defen- not to hold anything back this week.

state in Class 3A football, and 10-0 in backs with speed to burn. : of the four U there is anything left the Tornadoes '
times
ago.While to'the side sive line. At one
Coach Sexton thinks the The Hurricanes haven't changedtoo A dive strong by runn-
play. head
will and into
into the line
down
will regroup
Inverness, 8-2 on the season, is Tornadoes have the upper hand for much since the first time BHS ing back Southall. linebackers defense.go the next game, said Coach Hurse.
winner of District 4 after beating this second meeting, basing that on played them, says Head Coach The running back going around for Defensively a 6-1 ,the Canes line up Joe Competition from here on out is ail V
left end to the weak side.
last Friday night seeing Inverness play Springstead David Hurse. They lost 30-21 to
Crystal River 21-14 at middle of the teams in the state.
73 5.8 220, 12, top-ranked
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movies An end run to the strong side by Beasley,no.
of other
and and 18-0 to BHS.
for the title. In the state play-off watching Leesburg Tackles are Jimmy Bender The Class 3A state rankings, an-
by the Florida games, the battle looms as barnburner "The key to Inverness is contain- the flex back, the slot man on the guard.
supervised Bradford-
nounced 1)
system Vickers 70 Tuesday, are:
65 10 and Larry no. ,
side.A no. ,
Athletic Association, between to good football ing the speed. If we can do that like strong
High School 180 12. The ends are Charlie Starke, 68,9, 2)) Tallahassee Godby,
dive the 5-10 ,
over left guard by running ,
the winner of District 4 plays the teams. Inverness is probably the we did earlier in the year we'll be in Dean no. 88,6-0,165, and Scott Ell- 65.3,3) Suwannee-Llve Oak, 60.8,4)tie
back. ,
BHS 7-0 in Dist. best football team BHS played this good shape," points out Coach Sex-
winner of District 3. They have a halfback pass to the ing, no. 84, 6-1, 220, 12. : Wauchula-Hardee County, 58.7.and ,
and 10-0 on the season has season. Crestview 61.4 e) Titusville
3 play ton.Inverness John Langley plays one ,
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end Tribble.
had the district title locked up for Inverness has improved, Coach is still primarily a runn- split by No. 10, Quarter- linebacker on defense. Rick Astronaut 57.0 7) Pompany Beach
back John 41 5-6,148
several weeks_. Sexton says. By the same token, ing team which uses an unbalanced 12, also hands Langley off to,slot no.back, Tribbleto Langley, the flex back, is the defen- Ely, 56.9,8) Quincy Shanks, 56.7,1)
Other regional play-offs are: BHS has also improved. BHS has offensive line with four linemen on end. sive monster man and split end Arcadia DeSota, 56.1 10 Perry-
throw to the flex back or split
Region I Tallahassee Godby (8-2)( played some excellent football since the right side of the center, two on QB Langley is a good drop back Bobby Avery is a corner-back. Taylor: County, 551._ _.:. .
at Crestview (8-2). Region IIIBar- the first Inverness game, is a better the left side. The Hurricanes use a the times he throws. RB Southall, no. 27, is the main It was a
Titusville-Astronaut defensive ball club and a better offensive -h double slot formation. Most of the passer on rare Tornadoes
tow (8-2) at Down offensive linemen for the Hurricane runner Southall is cat- practice for the said
(7-3). Region IV-Hallandale (8-2)) at ball club. time the Canes run to the strong side Hurricanes are center Rick quick and can turn the corner on end Coach Hurse.The Tornadoes were to

Clewiston ((8-2). Clinton Jenkins is running the football of the line. Densmore no. 60, 5-10, 160, 10; runs on most teams, and has run for scrimmage some Tuesday, then
The Tornadoes beat Inverness 18-0 better than ever. Andy Jones is The Hurricanes are big, strong, guards Rick Briggs. no. 75, 5-9,225, 1,000 yards this season. QB John taper off for the big game.
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did the Tornado eleven play '7 individual tackles and one assist. Lonnie Hamilton- 2 tackles-, one David Hurse. yards per carry average. For his effort thews each caught one pass.

Santa Fe High? Good "He really had a job on his hands," assist. The Tornado offensive line is a lot Jenkins was named offensive ..,.
against
enough to close out the 1985 regular says Coach Sexton, who named Defensive tackle Chris Dougherty, more intelligent. The linemen can back of the week honors by Coach -
with a 10-0 record, but Jackson the defensive lineman of the one tackle and 2 assists, had his best now make adjustments in their Hurse. IrMtom Hlflt' 14 14 e t -tt
season without putting out one of their best week. ballgame in Suite a while, said blocking schemes on their own when Late in the second quarter on a "'n'.FFlrat e > a e' e
efforts.A The BHS defense limited Santa Fe Coach Sexton. glad to see him they have to. "That Just comes with five yard carry Jenkins passed the
to 78 yards rushing and 12 passing, have a good one," Sexton said. experience and maturity,". says the 1,000 yard mark. ---r oaf.p" .
and recorded its sixth shutout. of the Tornado mentor. Jenkins also had a 65 yard Downi 1t.
Defensive Record:.. '85 season. The Defensive Backs... The offensive line, which calls touchdown run.Blocking for Jenkinsby Rullllnl Yl*. _-_ nM1P4Mlnf .
"It wasn't one of our best defen- Rover back Aaron Matthews had Cornerback David Hamilton itself the Pest Control,is center Danny screening off the last Raider witha YM !. 1)
sive efforts," points out Defensive five tackles and two assists, firing garnered the best defensive back of Manning, guards Keith Gill- chance at the Tornado runner,was p*-Pc-e' 144-1 HtFlMttl -.
1-11 4-41.1
Coordinator Mike Sexton, "...but up quickly to help on the Raiders' the week award from the Coach ingham and Chris Cribbs, tackles running back Andy Jones who was in Fumkln' ,kMt H 11P
I'm real pleased we ended up 100." end runs. Inside linebacker Ron Jerry Kaminski. Tommy Parker and Greg Jackson, on the play as a wideout. ....."..- .rd. t-M mScorbif
The 1985 Tornado defense has Brown had 4 tackles and 2 assists. Hamilton played a steady game and tight end Mike Chappell. Center Jones carried 12 times for 32
limited opponents to 36 points, a Defensive tackle Greg Jackson had 4 and made several crucial tackles, Danny Manning and tackle Greg yards, and several times was Just a
school record. The 1965 state cham- tackles, cornerback David Hamilton Coach Kaminski points out. Jackson earned offensive linemen of step away from breaking a long run. SummaryiHS
team allowed 39 points during 3. But other than that Coach Kaminski the week honors from Coach Jay Fullback Aaron Matthews carried
pionship the regular season, and 46 pointsin wasn't all that pleased with the Godwin. 4 times for 25 yards. Running back J4tiklm 1 11-yw ,... BPi, Mamlltwi.kkk. .
12 Inside linebacker Gary Wise had a defensive backfield. "We could have The line got off the snap quicklyand Greg Wiggins ran 5 times for 31 .
games. good game with 2 tackles and 5 better he adding it is with power to drive the Santa Fe yards. QB Frank Long carried 7 -
played -
Against Santa Fe's offense built assists. "Gary has just become a good the team can says be off its game defense back, and open holes. Tor- times for 35 yards. /H.Jw>'kM4lf-V4; >r4n..a..i H4i..UtMlilck.HI .

around the pitch and end sweeps, a very steady ball player, one you can and still win. nado backs ran for 279 yards against QB Long passed _ej ven_ times .. .. -
heavy load fell on strong side defen- count on to get the job done," says Santa Fe with subs playing much of completing four for 79 yards. saMu. ..-,.rt run .< klcluH.nhI' '

sive end Billy Jackson whose Coach Sexton. The Offensive Line... the second half. < Wideout Todd McLeod caught two .rMmlltMi.. kick., .

responsibility it was them to contain inside.the Defensive tackle Billy Harrell had "We've improved a lot offensive! Running back Clinton Jenkins ran of three passes thrown fullback him. Wideout Mat- MSLmcb;;yanl fun apt tumlM i *kick.,
and turn 10.3 Patrick Diggs and
sweeps for 175 in 17 carries, a
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noon and 1.5:30 p.m. day:Dec. 11. determination date. Registration Is Duck and Coot Season... brant and in Florida during
time... gees .
Basketball For more information, call the Boys and girls will compete in through Monday.Dec.9. Age groups The first phase of duck and coot '1985-86.. .. ,
Registration for boys and girls Rec Dept, phone 9646792. separate divisions with the winners are 8-9, IIHI and 1213. season runs from Nov. 27 until Dec.l To hunt waterfowl in Florida,each
basketball has been under way since going on to district competition in Each contestant will have 25 free with hunting being permitted from must carry a valid hunting
sportsman
Nov. 12 and ends Dec. 6 for the com-the Hoop Shoot Coming... Live-Oak, Saturday Jan. 18. The throws, with the winner being deter- one-half hour before sunrise until license a federal duck stamp, a
ing season. Ages are 7 to 14 for For the hot basketballers amongthe state competition will be iq mined by bow many are made. one-half hour after sunset.. state duck stamp and If in a wildlife
leagues that are forming. from younger set, the Elks Club is Okeechobee on Feb. 15. For more information, go by the Daily bag limits area based on a ,management area a management
Go by the Pratt Street center of Old North Temple Ave.or of 100 points per day:
Fridayor sponsoring this year's version are from 8 through 13, with Armory on point system area stamp.
3 to 5 p.m. Monday through local Hoop Shoot Contest on Wednes- April 1, 1986 being the eligibility call 864-6792.
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tempts at rennovatlon and a growing I
business base In recent month after H. I It
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some old businesses stay on like r 1it
.si barbers William Carter and Arther s'Yr p
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new businesses like Joe Lee's Anti-
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I By Mark Friedlin local citizens Guy Andrews and Gene Mathews. An- r/
BCT Staff Writer drews was a member of the SFFCC Board of Endow- ,
Historic Call Street in Starke,once the center of commerce ment and helped arrange the financial picture for the _
I and industry for this North Florida city as it move, while Mathews had led the drive to preserve and inn
grew during the 1850's, Is now showing signs of new life rennovate the old courthousefor the better part of adecade. '* ..
after being almost.written decades the.focal business"coJffi'lunlty -- .. In. lt7..Matbews-.uccced having Uw" '" ...,.
for the past two as growth shifted building placed on the National Registery of Historic
to the busy U.S. 301 corridor. Places.
Efforts to rennovate Call Street centered on the old After the Santa Fe Campus was opened, in an impressive .__ rr f;
county courthouse on the corner of Call St.and U.S. 301 ceremony in August, efforts continued by con _
two years ago when a group of citizens spearheadedthe cerned civic and business leaders in the city to ren
project to locate a branch campus of Santa Fe Com- novate the historic Call Street Business District.
munty College in the old building.The The Starke Chamber of Commerce, with the en r.1i;'.
resulting rebuilding effort included extensive thusiastic support of both Andrews and Mathews, '
landscaping to the surrounding grounds] a former began formulating a project to revitalize the downtownarea {
deserted lot covered with rubble and the ruins of an old under the aupices of a newly formed Downtown t J m
car dealership owned by former State Rep. R.A. Progress Committee, which presented their plan for a ,
Green.As $300,000 rennovatlon to property owners and the city
Fall Semester began for the first time in the refur- commission.The SAlSJr IikW' :
bished building, now a source of pride for the city's funds would be used for landscaping, a .water -
residents instead of embarrassment, efforts continuedto supply for new plants, benches, antique street lightingand .,.

the bring old street the once-dormant to life. business community along The sidewalk plan hit paving a roadblock in the on district.October 24 when 36 pro Iw I ,.;I?

Call Street at the turn of the century had a dominant petty owners in the area could not agree on the plan, '
place in the town's cutural and business activtles. stalling the measure on tie vote in a special referen- ...j

city The today town,grew starting around with the the railway first which grocery bisects store the, dum.Now plans are still moving ahead but at a slower J .

"Richards and Pace', the railway station at which so pace, as members of the Downtown Progress Committee ,
many immigrants arrived to settle into the farmingand search for alternate ways to fund their ideas. .
ranching community, and the first Post Office.A Natural growth along the street however seems to
long wharf ran along the street adjacent to the be gradually beginning to build up again after, a long
street on the east side of the track where owners of con- period of empty buildings and deserted lots.
fectionary and specialty shops supplied their Some of the changes taking place now will changethe
customers with the essentials, a busy, thriving face of the street for the better in the near future.
business center which was easily the most important Harry Green is renting his auto parts store to Gator
place in town for business before Highway 301 was Auto Parts of Gainesville, which will move into the old
even in the planning stages.A building with a three year lease.
large concrete slab about 15 Inches thick, the remains Meanwhile, Harry and his wife Mable will retain ______ ___
of which can still be seen on the west side of the part of the space on the block next to the railroad
railroad tracks, undoubtedly served as the foundationfor tracks for a new antique store. Greens' hobby is re-
an unloading dock for heavy farm equipment or finishing old furniture Items for resale.
even the first press equipment for the onginal Brad- The antique business, in fact, could become a big ; r it 1k rc A.'
ford Telegraph newspaper building.The part of the business climate on Call Street. /
slab was probably used in connection with the The store on the east corner of the old Green block is
first railroad depot, which was built in this area as the another antique store operated by Joe Lee. Lee has a
city began to grow under the influx of new residentsand huge collection of old bottles and other items for sale.
the business opportunities they brought with them. Yet another antique shop is loctated across the street
Highway 301, formerly known as "Florida 13" beganto "Call Street Antiques" is managed by owner Bill
exert its influence on the growth patterns of Starke Alexander for owner Bill McKetchnie. Alexander is en-
during the post-war years of the 1940's as Americans thusiastic about the potential of the old street and says
began building their "superhighway society", a he would like to see the area become something of a 44WcY
phenomenom that continues to this day. center for antiques, craft supply shops and other
Hundreds of small towns in Florida and around the specialty items unique to the area.
nation began finding that the driving force to their Another new and thriving business recently locatedon
commercial growth was now centering around a Call Street is Homes Beautiful of North Florida, I
highway system many labled as an engineer which opened several months ago on the north side of II I
marvel at the time, a paved network the street next to the west side of the railroad tracks.
to its greatest length during the 1960's and early 70's,
Operated by Seleda Chuba and John Suttles, they do I
the of Starke and cities in
forever changing complexion
exterior improvements, beautifications, renovations I
similar locations. and additions for local homeowners in the area. The
and the surrounding streets in the
Call street many large and stately older homes in the area have'' I
of Starke began to suffer as new
downtown area
been providing them with good business opportunitiesas
businesses began to move to spaces along the highway, .
more people begin fixing the older buildings.The
and old businesses left to seek out the greater con- up
sumer demand passing by in increasing numbers on Miich lls'Drug Store owners are also planning a
U.S. 301. renovation for their business on Call Street.
The old courthouse, originally built in 1902, was Halls Bike Shop has been operating a thriving I
deserted in 1968 when county administrative staffers business on the historic street due to the increasing Y 4, X y ,,,
joined the courthouse staff in moving to a new buildingon popularity of the sport in the area. ti
(you guessed it) North 301 and soon fell into a stateof These and other changes in store for the area should
disrepair, typifying the condition of the historic help the old street regain some of its dignity in the mon-
street as it fell victim to the passage of time. ths and years ahead, the pride of the new tenants _
The SFCC campus project was spearheaded by two should accomplish_that. I

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Starke people have been arrested Dalton Kukman 30, charged with of Norman's Market, TG&Y Stores, assistance of Investigator Bob Aired
in relation to several burglary and grand theft; Michael attempted break-in to Handiway at from the Clay County Sheriff's
burglaries and thefts from area John Strom also known as Michael SR-16 and SR-225, TerwillegarMotors Department and Officer WE CUSTOM ,,
businesses. The burglaries further John Seaver,23, charged with grand First Baptist Church of Nichols of the Starke Police Depart-Greg Y "Y Y. pY
include one residence in Bradford theft in that he had possession of Starke and a private residence on ment. ORDER VAN '
County and a business In Clay County stolen property and has pending Center Street.
according to Investigator Don CClaylCount yd grand theft charges in The Investigation and arrests Some of the stolen property has SHOES
Denton. ; Billye Gayle WilTams. were developed through informant been recovered but most of it had
27,wife of Howell Williams,chargdwith ;; information, said Denton. Several been disposed of before the Lay-A-Way
Arrested Nov 21 were Howell grand theft in that she had more arrests are anticipated as the for each of the Charges arrests. Now for
Monroe Williams, 20, charged with possession of stolen property. The investigation continues. The in set at 5000. Richman. Seaver was and
eight counts burglary, five counts burglaries and stolen property in- vestigation is being conducted by In- Billye Williams were 'released ChristmasOpera
grand theft, two counts petit theft clude the following businesses; two vestigators Denton and David their own recognizance. on Full tins Cniliari. BMX, 134
and has pending burglary and grand break-ins of Sunshine Junior Food Aderholt from the Bradford County Howell Williams remains in the Monday FriMtyto A 10 spade E. CatAru
theft charges in Clay county; James Store on SR-1o0 south, two break-ins Sheriff's-- Department with the custody of the county Jail. SkiUDMrdl a Equipment r Etatk.
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In Beating Death'

Of Starke Horse Trader

Adam Blaine Chestnut was con-
victed of first-degree murder in the
beating death of Starke horse trader

Carl Circuit Brown.Judge Stephan P. Mickle

sentenced the 30-year-old Mcintosh Wt _
man to life in prison, with a man- !
datory, minimum term of 25 years.
Chestnut was one of three men arrested -
murder.in July 1984 for Brown's

Joseph Jackie Bolesta of Grove _
Park pled guilty in August and was
sentenced to life in prison with a
mandatory, minimum term of 25
years. Bolesta, 41, entered his plea
OUANTITV RIGHTS
in exchange for the state's promisenot RESERVED m PRICES GOOD
to seek the death penalty against w .... ,
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him.The skelatal remains of Brown oe.Ar00D America I S Supermarl I NOV. 29- DEC. 4, 1985

was found by Bradford and Alachua BTAMr9rrr

Counties authorities in south w.-rr r r r r r...r rarr.r.r.e rrrr-rrr-r rrrrr r r rr a..., r-rrrrrrrr r r r rr r rr-.r
Alachua County July 25, 1984.
Bolesta, Gary German, 28, of 1 P iCDl I I PICZ r' : I-'I I PRICE tP i @l

Hawthorne for the and murder.Chestnut German were was arrested 1 .w INOUARTERS 1 1 SAVE 61 I BE, (! r SAVE 61 e

granted immunity from prosecutionin I SUPERBRAND 1 I C ARROW I I I co ASTOR SUPERBLEND I I
exchange for his testimony I -
against Chestnut and Bolesta. MARGARINE -- DETERGENT I COFFEE I
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Brown failed to return to his homein
Bradford County May 14. He was I IJJ1tQ I 1 I' I
last seen leaving Dowling's Stableon 1 I 1- c I 1 I ,\ \" I
US-301 south of Starke pulling a 1 I $ I I I \ $138 I
horse trailer with a pony in the 1 LB. I i j I 42-ot. I I 'I I II
trailer to be traded in Citra for a 1y PK6 I BOK 1/ (/\ BAG _
horse. Brown's pickup truck, trailer rr1tl COUPON GOOD .29-DEC. 1995 I I\ COUPON GOOD NOV. 29-DEC.;e. 1985 1@1 atJI' COUPON GOOD NOV.: 29- DEC-i, 1985 ill I IS
and the horse he traded for were V limit t with 910.00 or morrurch.. rxel. cis. Limit 1 with $10 00 or morpurchaa* Kd. clgs.' Limit with $10.OO or more purchase rxcl l eta. J .
Li.rtearr---r---- -a-a rrr I..a-as err aa -rra -a-a- -rrara- V-rr r r aa-a r a a a ar ra-r-a-rrr--
found the following morning in backof REGULAR LIOHTSTROM'S
the Ramada Inn on 1-75 near
Ocala. 6PAK$239BUR.
Brown's disappearance had . .
authorities baffled since no one had CALI'O"H'' cnL..a CH.......aNINr' er"ON
seen him since he traded for the -. .: TAYLOR
horse and no one had seen anyone I/1 l'aj' $349WINES
leave the truck which was found .
behind the dumpster at the motel. J
The first break came in the case
after Alachua authorities and t 1 } 4
Florida Department of Law En- 1 1 .

forcement authorities talked with 1
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two persons from the Grove Park i. : S
area who had attempted to work a .
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horse deal with Brown. .---.. ___________ S ii& _".'_- p :
One of the persons involved in the _
horse deal was German. When Ger- ti19
man was approached by the in / 0P
vestigators he lead them to the par- 0 0
tial remains of Brown fa % wooded
area near Hawthorn,c.sald. Investigator -, n
Ddrf Denton. "

German admitted to being present __
when the murder occurred. He told
investigators that the three men 1 .+,o, I e ,
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were living in Bolesta's trailer at the t yJ
time and they knew Brown from i
previous horse trading.
May 14 the men spotted Brown
driving along US-301 and flagged

him down. They asked Brown u he ____
uY
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wanted to buy some horses and when fV / D
he replied affirmately, they asked '
I I Blue o 1
him to follow them. 1 Jr' ?3
The men went to an area in the 1 (. r'
Lochloosa Wildlife off CR-325,where : d O ; ;
Brown was robbed of his money and Margari ne S f1
all three men helped kill and cover e
the body, according to authorities. e R 4 S/
Brown was struck in the head withan
ax handle, repeatedly choppedwith 1 e /
a machete and his body was
hidden in the woods.
When Brown's body was
discovered, his head and arms had
been severed. The skull later was
recovered from a creek in the
wildlife management area and the
machete and Brown's truck keys /X
were recovered from a creek southof pANGES : 1
Hawthorne. :
According to German, Chestnuthit partYl1I11aKe I
Brown with the ax handle and ; '
Bolesta then chopped the victim : : .
with the machete. 1 ,

Chestnut, however, said Bolesta i e
struck Brown with both the ax han- COaHaMCR / R
dle and the machete. .1 RALSTON p '

Assistant State Attorney Harris CHEX CEREAL I 4
Tobin said "Even if you don't I I S 0

there believe was Chestnut evidence struck of his active the blow role, [; fIj $ 39 :

in the robbery." 12'01PKG.- :
After three hours and 20 minutes .
,
the jury found Chestnut guilty in the _
t death of the 63-year-old man. -
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FinalsThe

following defendants appeared NOEL''

Nov.before 19 Judge for final George disposition.H. Pierce, Jr. (t lli :.;ll'l' fJ"lf'8Z:" \ 1<( ttJl PRESENTS AN INCREDIBLE TAPE SAVER OFFER


Anthony Aaron charged with petit the'> ,, Quartzfiffecfibn'
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Edward Aldridge, Jr. pled guilty 1
petit theft; made restitution of $18, 1
ordered to pay fine 10075. Chargeof Porcelain- 2'/2 qt. ,, 1

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Sandra McCloud pled guilty to battery Cookware t p o
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This was the vehicle Dallas Lamar Crawford was Driver of the semi which struck the car was found dl (Selected)
I driving July 20 when four members of his family were guilty of DWI manslaughter and vehicular homicidelast I BICYCLES!!
killed. week in circuit court. lie faces 40 years In prison. 26" 10 SPEED BIKE
Girls & 10
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I Taylor Convicted in Auto Deaths Bicycles, were 149.95 X10

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A truck driver charged with kill- cidents and had been convicted of 21 Shands Hospital in Gainesville in h' .
ing four people in an accident last moving violations, including critical condition for a prolonged 2011Boys Jump Bikes \
July 20 was convicted Nov. 22 of speeding, driving on the wrong side period and walks with a limp.
manslaughter and sentenced to 60 of the road and careless driving. The only family member in the car were 179.95 a .
years in prison. Taylor's Florida driving not seriously injured was Michael
The jury returned guilty verdictson privileges were permanently revoked Crawford, 14, who was sitting in the Now 139.95 7 ; I-
four counts each of DWI July 28, 1983 after his fifth DWI back seat behind his father when the ,
manslaughter and vehicular conviction. He also was convicted of truck hit the opposite side of the car.
homicide after deliberating the case DWI in Oklahoma. Driver of the car, Dallas Lamar
against Gary Lynn Taylor for about Killed in the crash on SR-100 southof Crawford, suffered a fractured nose The, Sale Before Gfyristnjas!
85 mintues in Bradford County Circuit Starke were four members of a and arm. ..
Court. Raiford family. Katie Campbell The truck driver was not Injured
The state presented evidence dur- Crawford, 32, her sister, Gretha although the 1980 Kenworth tractorhe
ing sentencing that showed Crawford, 34, and
Taylor Campbell Cain's was driving went airborne after /
48, of Altoona in Lake County, had 8-year-old daughter Melody hitting the car and ended up in the
CLOSE
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six previous DWI convictions since Johnson. Cain's son, 9-year-old woods off the west side of the road-
1968. The state also showed that Aaron Johnson, died the following way.
Taylor's drivers license or driving afternoon at Baptist Hospital in The right side of the truck was
privileges had been suspended or Jacksonville. smashed back by the impact but the (One Only)
revoked in five states. He also had Another victim of the crash, Ker- driver's compartment remained in-
been-involved- in three other ac rte Crawford 9, was a patient in tact. Lawnfiight 18 HP 44" Cut


, ObituariesBryan 1999


Harding, Jr. of Starke is in charge of ar ''a
Mr. Bryan Horace larding Jr., rangements.
25, of Starke, died Saturday evening, FLA.TWIN THEATRE I .,
Nov. 23 in Jacksonville after an Master Brandon C. Griffis / Gun Cabinets
Starke
automobile accident. Master Brandon Collins Griffis, 964-5451
2Mi month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Open Every 6 to 10 Gun Cabinets
Born and raised in Night"Jfdo
Jacksonville Danny Griffis of Starke, died Friday
Mr. Harding had moved to Starke morning Nov. 22, at Shands -- --
where he has resided since. He was Hospital in Gainesville following an SPECIAL VJ/ 2)
employed at the Lume-Lite Neon extended illness. Sal. 8 Sun. 9:00: Showing I $23995 t 0 $49995
Sign Company of Jacksonville. He Survivors include two I I
brothers IL Tuw **.7i0 ShowJ"STARTS >_ I1
was Catholic. Daniel Smith and William Gerad 6-Gun was *199" Now 179"
both of Starke; maternal grand- FRIDAY'
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. parents, Edwin and Carol Johns of 10-Gun, was 459" Now 399" }
Katherine Thompson Harding; Starke; paternal grandparents,
daughter Erica Stephanie; mother Pauline Griffis and Kling Griffis of SPECIAL One of Each
Marjorie) Harding; brother, Benjamin Starke; maternal great-
; three sisters Margeretta grandmother, Mrs. Thornton Johns IIJliE
Jeannette and Wendy; grand- of Starke; paternal great- I
parents Keystone, Mr,Heights.and Mrs. Luther Nolanof Starke.grandmother, Mrs. Dora Taylor of SCREEN zCWSWSON THIS IS NOT ALL!

Funeral services were conducted
Funeral services will be con Monday, Nov. 25 at Pine Level Bap- I ; Other markdowns furniture
i on living room
ducted Wednesday Nov. 27, at the tist Church with Rev. Roman ,
Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral Alvarez officiating. Burial followedin
Home with Rev. Ray William of- Crosby Lake Cemetery with Ar dining room suites and dinettes.
ficiating.-Burial will be at a later chie Tanner Funeral Home in Starkein

date' Archie Tanner.. Funeral. Homet"tfir'IdwA. '! charge' ,.' '.of arrangements., .... r: .
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I Long lost brothers will celebrate a special ThanksgivingBy Audio A Communication Visual Training&Co

WE SHOOT: Weddings, Patties,
Insurance Documentation, Video

BCT Staff Writer letters, Video Portraits, Christmas
What would you say to a relative Need Cards,Reunions and All Special Oc-
who has been missing for 49 years? Qf.i4r s caslonsl Save those memories
Aarron Frank'TaYlor of Lawtey L Custom nowl! WE ARE LOCAL, PROFESSIONAL
discovered the answer to that ques- Draperies? CLEAN-CUT AND LOW
tion recently when he rediscovered a
long lost brother George Landers, I Call Loma Stephens PRICED.CALL
who had searched for his brother for 496-2219 TODAY
two years in a long and frustrating I e Jp', 475.2009
odyssey that finally bore fruit.

Landers had been searching for
his brother, they were separatedsince r
they were four years old, for o
the better part of 25 years but his efforts -
had been for nothing becausehe
was looking for his brother by the Eddie Starlingis
wrong name Melvin Eugene, fvy
whereas his brothers' name had
been changed to Aaron Frank readyto
Taylor when he was adopted in.1936.
Save You Money
had p.rrT
Although Landers some
memories of his brother as a tod- r on a Car or Truck
dler, as well as the entire adoption
process, Taylor, now 50, had no OLDSMOBILE or CHEVROLET
memory of ever being Melvin ; t' :N New Used

fact Eugene.of his He adoption didn't even until discover he was the 14, : ::: t iu ii '..sl it i It* or

and then by accident. Call Eddie today!

He and his adoptive mother were
visiting what he assumed were his LAKE CHEWROLET-OLDS
true cousins in Alabama, when his
mother, assuming that his cousins Aaron Frank Taylor& Landers U.S. 301 North Starke 964-7500
had told Taylor that he had been George
adopted, told him the story.

Prior to this time, Taylor had no
knowledge of his adoption, but subject the "FRESH QUALITY PRODUCE MEAT&SEAFOOD FOR THE LOWEST '
story illustrates that the
must have been on his mother's PRICES"a
mind. It is a subject which plaguesall
adoptive parents when their NORMAN'SWE r
children aren't aware of the complicated
legal process which brought
them together.

It might not cancel out the bonds rc
grown by living together and caring ACCEPT FOOD STAMPS a i r ,
for one another but the old saying QUANTITY RIGHTS[ MARKET r 't < <
'blood is thicker than water' always RESERVED
seems to come up when children find ,
and have no ULJ MICf1140TMU/ Y
have been adopted
they WEMf UA>,KCMBI 4*
real ties to their parents or siblings. U.S. 301 SOUTH STARKE 9646071TftVK1 '.

Everyone shares a curiousity 4 SOWING WEEK PRODUCE SPECIALS
about his roots and Taylor was no '
exception. Unlike Landers,he didn't ': ,< : .; FLORIDA JUICE SOUTH FLORIDA
know where his roots were. All he : ; ,. '\ RED DELICIOUSRANGES
had was one name,Hopkins real ';''' \ STRINGBEANS
mother's name and the state of
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did Georgia somewhere.have and the another knowledge brother that he .i f >' ..I:' .J 11 PPLES 5979C LB

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search centered around
Taylor's
Atlanta, a string of futile telephonecalls. :., r't :\'atn ":;, I .., FRESH PICKEDYELLOW
.He abandoned the effort in the : / .,
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1970's as a.,hopeless cause. :. 3 LB. $100
Landers had more informationthan -- DOZEN
his brother did, however, and ", BAG SQUASH LS,
he continued following every possi-
ble lead. Pat, his wife, says she has "FRESH FROM OUR FARM" _ I' FORMUSTARDGREENS
been chasing fruitless leads in
Georgia, Florida and Alabama for 39cTeuwcN FRESH SOUTH FLORIDA
the better part of 20 years.
Both Taylor and Landers were ,
born In Rome Ga. and both births OLE BEANS"
were assisted by the same midwife, ,
a woman who happened to be their f .. : f i
CRISP-CUT
mother's older sister. FRESH 1
So,Landers had three pieces of in- .' \ ;
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formation, his brother's date and '1.... '
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place of birth, and the name of the :: ) 57
midwife who delivered him.What he TTU CE <
was lacking all these years and what /; 't : ONLY
made the search so frustrating was : LB.
the name given to his brother at the ,
time of adoption, and without that ;. I, ,
name, the search would have never \ .1 i'': '. : GREEN CRISP
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had a positive ending.
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Then he visited Rome to obtain a : i., 'I' C
copy of his birth certificate and I *. i. q 49HEAD 3
discovered that someone who work- CELERY
ed long ago in the health departmentthere / r':: '> >1' ONLY sws
had written the name Tayloron :: e __-
the corner of his brother's birth '
certificate. 8
Adoption facts are shrouded in EXTRA FANCY SEEDLESSGRAPEFRUIT GOLDEN SWEETBANANAS I -
secrecy to protect all concerned, JUMBO SWEETPOTATOES
with that name to add to his informa- RED DELICIOUS / "
tion he now had the key to his
search. APPLES / /
Despite the new information, .

worst Landers- his prepared relative himself could have for died the '

years before or could have moved to 45e lOc 6 FOR $1 00 23e -
another part of the world. ;
When he returned to Perry, LB. I ''F LB. ONLY II /
Landers contacted a friend in the
Taylor County Sheriff's departmentand OUR U.S.D.A. WESTERN CHOICE MEAT SPECIALS Jl717'7'17'7:77'71-T77: ,
asked him to make a driver'sliscense

That did check.it. SHANK 5" Compare our Prices
Within 30 minutes the computer $
had discovered that Aaron Frank H AM 88 with area markets
Taylor had survived all the wars and
resided in Lawtey. PORTION LB. ;,, \
The scene at the Taylor house was .,J
dramatic when Landers decided to : ://.1 J LLLU J /,/ lJ }
drive over to the residence the next .

day It was Pat who another HAM BUTTPORTION << i :$; '" SEALTEST ICE CREAM

the pictures of his parents 98 4 :, .
relatives in the back seat of the car : t "
and when Taylor's wife opened the LB : ) : j "" 1/2 Gallon/Assorted Flavors
door, it was Pat who attempted to '."" I '
explain who they were and what BUY ONE
they were doing there. BREAKFAST CENTER CUT Sfe.
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Lois ended all doubts by exlaiming ,

"Why 25 years you must of hard be Buddy's searching brother.had HAM SLICES HAM SLICES ".n'; .' GET ONE FREE!!

ended in success but according toLandersbthe
next two hours waiting $1
to get home from $1.69 SEAFOOD SPECIALS
work were the longest in his life "WE HAVE FRESH"
LB. LB.
"like waiting to go to the electric STANDARD MEDIUM PINKSHRIMP

chair"But the. hours finally passed and FRESH OYSTERS
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when the tears had dried the two sus. "
brothers were busy exchanging in TURKEYSLB.
formation.The GROUND BEEF LB, $' 69 """'
brothers often wondered if 99
they resembled each other but it F IZ-CA1V1 LEG $1 09 MIIU. PINT .
,seems that the two different sides of 01 DaIIM5Ticks RIB ROAST QUARTERS TXIYUSnTURJUY LARGE HIADUSSSHRIMP FRISH Fun
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each
shown in
the family were
although both are big, over six feet I '2,20 FAJULY 35' OCEAN PERCH
tall,and wear the same shoe size u La.

The Taylors Sunday traveled following to the Perry reunionthe and ." '., .... BRUHSTICKS 35S.WiNGS 3: $4 99 s'2.29
the exchange of two lifetimes of In- iic: cr. IB.DIUSSID ULmilHWATER
formation kept them busy for the ; UlY
better part of another day. STIAI'Ill 7 9 411 CIDAR KS :
Both brothers celebrated their birthdays ROAST LB.
in November, and you can MULLET CATFISH
bet there will be two big Thanksgiving i a >- tt M''; |.''j ; '
celebrations in Lawtey and ; > >
Perry this year. w35SLJ: rJ-l t "S1 19
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sure bet these two brothers will havea i-iTT j- .1 '
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1 (Left, top) This aerialist performed numerous feats requiring agility
and balance on the rings high above the floor of the big top at the Fran/er.
Brothers Circus held Saturday in Starke.
(Right top)Children and adults alike enjoyed the show that used more
4"IL than 30 animals including this tiger (middle, left), lions, elephants,
horses, ponies a camel and a llama.
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Wildlife alert is citizen Charles Michael Moore pled no hunter; placed on court probationsix supervision six months, ordered to
a funded
Starke Man KilledIn Two calls were cancelled. reward program which has been in contest driving while intoxicatedDWI momths, pay $50 court costs, pay $35, complete 25 hours community
( or DUI; fined $362, license violate no laws. work and violate no laws.
AccidentA Two Arrests existence since 1979, and thus far
Cycle has out in suspended six month, attend DWI Mildred Garrett pled no contest Rebecca L. Hall pled guilty retail
paid over $80,000 rewardsfor
Navy clerk was jailed late For IntoxicationTwo information about wildlife law school, 50 hours community work, worthless check; restitution has theft; placed on Salvation Army
Saturday on manslaughter charges arrests were made recentlyin violations. Salvation Army supervision six been made, pay $25 court costs. supervision 60 days, pay $35 court
after being involved in a fatal traffic incidents local Concerned individuals months. Holly M. Smith pled guilty retail costs and complete 25 hours com-
two separate by wishing to
accident on Jacksonville's westside. authorities. report violations may call wildlife Timothy Laymond Morgan pled theft; placed Salvation. Army munity work, must violate no laws.
Bryan H. Harding, 25, of Starke David John Grabusky,37, of Conn alert hotline at 18003428105. guilty DWLS; fined $127.
was killed in the accident on West was arrested Nov. 23 for disorderly Callers are not required to give their Joseph James Brown, Jr. pled
Beaver Street about 10 p.m. Nov. 23, intoxication, according to names and may remain anonymous. guilty NVDL; ordered to pay$100.75.
police said.According. Patrolman Greg Nichols. Grabusky John Hildrey Brown pled guilty no
to reports, Joanne K. pled guilty and was sentenced at his tag; pay court costa $49.50.
Mosley was eastbound on West arraignment to time already servedin Bradford Traffic Cynthia Cribbs Taylor pled guiltyno
Beaver St. when she turned into a the county jail. Court FinalsThe tag; produced valid tag, ordered
driveway and into the path of Har- to pay $49.50 court costs.
westbound motorcycle. following defendants Frank C. Toms pled no contest
ding's Nathan Kelly Shannon, 30,was ar- appeared -
Harding struck Ms. Mosley's rested Nov. 24 for disorderly intoxia- before Judge George H. failure to immediately report an accident -
truck and was killed instantly, the tion, according to Investigator John Pierce November 19 in Bradford ; case dismissed.
reports said.Mosley Tilley. Shannon was released after a County Traffic Court and received Toms pled no contest speed too
,42,was charged with driving $52.50 cash bond as posted. final disposition. fast for conditions; pay $35 court SUNDAY DINNER
under the influence of alcohol, costs.
DUI-manslaughter and obtaining Traffic ArrestsIn James Warren Paulk pled no con- Ronald M. Homer pled no contest
property with a worthless check, according test driving while license suspended leaving the scene of accident; pay IS BACK!
to the arrest report. Bradford CountyThe (DWLS); fined$100.75. cost$45.50.
William S. Henderson pled guilty Homer pled no contest careless
SERVING FROM 11 2
following individuals were arrested am pm
DWLS fined $100.75. driving; pay court cost $29.50.
;
LCI Inmate Escapes, on traffic violations by local Donald Guy Dick pled no contest Dennis Ralph Lester pled no con- your FRIED CHICKEN '

Soon RecapturedAn authorities. wilful-wanton reckless driving; fin- test DWI; fined $362, license -- ,
ed $105.75. suspended six months, attend DWI Choice OR MEAT LOAF
inmate at Lawtey Correctional Charles Lester Rogers, 38, of Bax- David Andrew McKinney pled school, 50 hours community work, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy, Green Beans, House Salad,
Institution six hours ley, Ga. was arrested Nov. 23 for no supervision six
was recaptured violation of driver's license Salvation Army
guilty Hot Rolls & Butter Coffee Tea
or
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NVDL)
valid driver's license (
after he scaled the fence Nov. 25. restrictions; produced valid license, months.
Inmate Richard White, 37, left the driving under influence, according case dismissed.
prison compound between 7 and 7:30: to Patrolman W. C. Reno. Rogers Duane A. Vanvaerenberg pled no Misemeanor CourtThe 4.50
the fence at the northeast blood alcohol content was .11 per- .
scaling
p.m. by contest DWLS ordered to pay$49.50
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cent. Bond was set at $500, he was following individuals appeared -
corner of the institution, according 1
cost. COME JOIN US SUNDAY
to Superintendent Ed Sands. released on his own recognizance.Riley in Bradford County Misdemeanor
pled guilty
Vanvaerenberg
Court Nov. 19 for final ;
White was recaptured Nov. 26 at fined
unlawful $71.50.
1:30: a.m. on US-301 north across Leonard Griffis, 28, was arrested Raymond speed White; pled not guilty no disposition before Judge George H. ECONO LODGE
from the elementary school sports Nov. 23 for NVDL, accordingto valid driver's license (NVDL): Pierce.
field. Patrolman Karen A. Black. Bond duced valid license, case dismissedClarence Mary R. Haisten pled no contest to ; Strawberry Patch RestaurantU.S.
Alton Thornton, Florida Highway was set at $100.75, he was releasedon Dwayne Bowen pledguilty five counts of worthless checks; 301 N. Starke 964-7600
Patrol dispatcher, is credited with his own recognizance.Glenn improper tag; ordered to pay restitution has been made, she was
spotting the inmate and staying with $35 cost. ordered to pay $45.50 court costs on
him until authorities arrived said Edward Griffis of Baker Bowen pled guilty careless driving two counts and placed on court probation
unarmed.White County was arrested Nov. 20 for
Sands. Thornton was ; fined $41.50. for six months. i
was serving a seven year NVDL, according to Patrolman Ronnie Risby pled guilty DWLS; Gary A. Moo Young pled guilty to '
sentence from Duval County for attempted Kathy Best. Griffis was released fined $100.75. failure to supervise underage!
3rd degree murder. after a $75 cash bond was posted.
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Man ArrestedFor
Answers 103 CallsThe
Selling PermitA
Bradford Rescue Unit ,
County
responded to 103 calls during the wildlife alert call has resulted in 'r'}'
to the arrest of a 35-year-old Jackson- ;
month of October, according
Emergency Services SupervisorCliff ville man for selling or offering for ';.".. 'I"
Chapman. 73 calls required the sale a quota hunt permit.
transporting of 75 patients. 30 calls Arthur C. King of 658 Karen Street z P? v r '.ta < ,
was arrested as a result of a wildlife ,>
required no transporting.
The back-up umt transported five alert tip of an advertisement in a \
patients.The local newspaper offering a quota
majority of the patients, 50, permit for sale. The permit was for 1 < toIt
were taken to Bradford Hopsital. the Camp Blanking dog hunt area
Eleven patients were taken to for the first four days, and the ask
Alachua General Hospital, three to ing price was $100.
North Florida Regional and three to "Game and Fresh Water Fish
Reception Medical Center in Lake Commission Wildlife Officers Barry
taken to Pierce and Skip Trubey called the
Butler. One patient was 3
Union General Hospital, two to advertised telephone number to con- !
firm the and received direc-
Lakeshore Hospital in Lake City, price
one to Memorial Hospital and one to tions to King's home,where the deal J
Naval Air Station Hospital, both in was completed and the arrest was 4I
Jacksonville.The made," said Captain Bill Glover,

majority of the calls, 26,were regional enforcement supervisor for .. .
illness related. Eleven calls were to the Commission's northeast region.
people in trauma and eleven to people "If convicted of the charge, King
in trauma resulting from vehicle. faces a maximum of 60 days in Jail
accidents. Seven were cardiac pa' and up to a $500 fine tor the second-"
tients, 12 were to people with degree misdemeanor offense,
respiratory problems and two were Glover said. \
obstetric patients. Three people Quota hunt permits are required %
were dead when the unit arrived. while hunting on wildlife manage- ,i ; Thl bciuUful offer la good until) ,a1,14F6 vhlk uppiNl1

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Bertie MyersMrs. Thelma Stover, Mrs. Lydia Jones Episcopal church, Union Daughtersof been announced at press time.Jones brother John A. Torode of Starke; Hospital In Orange Park following a
Bertie and Mrs.Alma Petersen,all of Tam- the Confederacy, Weeks Chapterin Funeral Home of Keystone Heights and four grandchildren. brief illness.
died Wednesday Myers, Nov., 68, of Starke, : one brother Lester Mattheus of Starke and the Daughters of the is in charge of arrangements. Funeral services were held Mon- Born in Douglas, Ga.,Mrs. Anderson -
home following 20, at her Chiefland; five grandchildren and American Revolution. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. day, Nov. 25 at DeWitt C. Jones had lived most of her life In the
" Born and raised an extended in Union illness. four greatgrandchildren.Funeral Survivors include her son,, Ltc. Elizabeth Geraldine Stansell of Chapel with Rev. George Harper officiating Union County area. She was a
the County, services were conducted William H. Edwards of Kingsley Melrose and four children. Burial followed at housewife and a member of the
she
Newson was and daughter Emma of the late Doc Monday, Nov. 11, at the Garden of Lake'; five sisters Mrs. Jane Kingsley Lake Cemetery. Jones Johnstown Baptist Church.
former Hunter Harris, Memories Funeral Home in Tampa Moreland and Mrs.Edith Niergarth, William E.Torode,Jr. Funeral Home of Starke was in Survivors include her husband,
County. pioneer She was residents the widow of Union with Rev. Bob Watson officiating. both of Bradenton. Mrs. Marie Hub- Mr. William Edwin Torode, Jr. charge of arrangements.Mrs. Ernest Anderson of Raiford;
late Thomas Luther of of the Burial followed in Garden Memories bard of Rockledge, Fla., Mrs. Vera 70, a lifelong resident of Starke, diedFriday mother Mrs. Gladys Trowell of
She Myers Union Cemetery with Archie Tanner Jones and Mrs. Greta Buermann Nov. 22 at North Florida Lake Butler; four daughters Marsha -
Grace County. was Church a member of the Funeral Home of Starke in charge of both of Holmes Beach, Fla. Regional Hospital in Gainesville Grace Edwards Douglas of Raiford Debra
Baptist of
Survivors include Starke. arrangements. Private graveside funeral ser- following a long illness. Mrs. Grace H. Edwards, 86, of Thourot of Houma La., Martha
Elizabeth Cook of Starke one daughter, vices were held at Magnolia Born October 24, 1915 in Lawtey, Keystone Heights,died Friday, Nov. Thornton of Lake Butler and
Vernon of Ormond ; two sons andDonald Cemetery in Orange Park by Rev. Mr. Torode was a letired auto 22 at Whispering Pines Care Centerof Stephanie Anderson of Raiford;
of Raiford Beach Clarence R. RosierMr. Jerry Patton. Jones Funeral Home dealer. W.E. Torode Sr., owned Starke, following a long illness. three brothers, Roy Trowel of
; Three brothers, In of Born Dec. 9, 1898 in Indiana, Mrs. James and Glenn Trowel
Will Harris Sebe Harris and Mark Clarence R. Rosier, 53, of was charge arrangements.In Torode Chevrolet-Olds from the Brooker
,
Harris, all of Starke four sisters Palatka, died Wednesday Nov.20 at lieu of flowers, expressions of 1920's until 1955. W. E. Torode, Jr., Edwards was a homemaker and a of Lake Butler; five sisters, Lillie
Mrs. Ruby ; and Medical Center Jacksonvile sympathy may be made be made to was employed at the dealership Methodist. Mae Shrewder and Ruby Lock bothof
Thompson Virgie the First Presbyterian Church of Survivors include one daughter, Palatka Jean Bernie of
Slade, both of Starke Blanche after a long illness from 19291955. He served on the ; Betty
Crews of Ocala and Mrs. The Lawtey native had lived in Starke. Starke City Council from Oct. 1943 to Rachel Beamish of Keystone. Bard, Maggie King of Lake City and
Evelyn Palatka 33 years. He was a retired Sept 1945. He had a used car Funeral services were held at Sue DuBose of Lake Butler; and
Dicks of Orange Park
; 5 grandchildren Mrs. Stella Brown Chastain Funeral Home of Mitchell
and 2 Georgia Pacific Co. employee and a business, then went into business three grandchildren.
services greatgrandchildren.Funeral conducted member of Trinity United Methodist Mrs. Stella F.Brown,81,of Hampton with J.E. Hardy and later worked Indiana. Jones Funeral Home of Funeral services were held Tues-
Saturday, Nov. 23 at were the Chapel of Church and the American. Legion died Thursday Nov. 21, at Clay with Terwillegar Ford. He was a Starke was in charge of local ar- day at Johnstown Baptist Church
Archie Tanner Funeral Home in Bert Hodge Post 45 Palatka. He was Memorial Hospital in Green Cove member of First Baptist of Lawtey. rangements.Mrs. with Rev. Roscoe Creed officiating.
Starke, with Rev. Leon Odom of- an Army veteran of the Korean War. Springs following a long illness. Survivors include his wife, Lula Burial will follow In Dekle Cemetery
ficiating. Burial will be in Survivors include his wife, Aline; Born Sept. 27, 1904 in Bradford Redgrave Torode; two sons,William Betty Jo Anderson in Lake Butler under the direction of
Chapel In Union County with Archie Elzey his stepmother Annie Rosier of County, Mrs. Brown was a E. Torode, III of Palatka and Mrs. Betty Jo Anderson, 47, of Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Tanner Funeral Home in Starke in Green Cove Springs; his grand homemaker and a Baptist. _Charles: A. Torode of Starke; one Raiford, died Saturday in Humana Butler.
charge of arrangements. mother Mrs. MinnIe Futch of Survivors include one brother
Lawtey;son Edward of Ocala; three Roy Smith of Green Cove and half- -
Mrs. Ida Bell Jones daughters,Joan Tennant of Palatka sister Lillian Arnold of Marineland.
Janice Brackett of Madlsonville, Funeral services had not been an-
Mrs. Ida Bell Jones of Hampton, Tenn., and Kay Waterhouse of nounced at press time. Jones CHRYSLER
died Saturday Nov. 23, at the homeof Jacksonville; three brothers Funeral Home of Starke is in chargeof
her daughter-in-law Mrs. Mary Rudolph of Palatka and Cedric andRay arrangements STARKE
Jane Jones of PLYMOUTH
Hampton.
both of Lawtey; and seven
-Born and raised in Bradford County grandchildren. Herman J. Stansell
Mrs.Jones was a retired nurses DODGE
Funeral services held at
aide with Sunland were Mr.: Herman Jennings Stansell,84,
Training Center of
Trinity United Methodist Church, of Melrose died Nov. 20
Wednesday,
Gainesville. She was a member of 1320 N. TemolR Ave. fll.S. 301
the with burial in Pine Grove Cemeteryof at his home at Opel Lake in Melrose 1
Christian Church of Hampton.
Raiford. Johnson-Davis Funeral
after illness.
long
a
daughters Survivors Wilma include McKinney three of Home arrangements.Mrs.of Palatka. was in charge of Born July 7, 1901 in Savannah, 85 NEW COST OR BELOW
Keystone, Irma Langford and Betty Ga., Mr. Stansell was a surveyor
with the U.S. Corps of Engineers anda
Davis of Graham
12 grandchildrenand
;
23 great-grandchildren. Eula EdwardsMrs. member of Trinity Episcopal 86 NEW BIG SAVINGS
Church of Melrose and the Kiwanisof
Funeral services were held Tues Eula "Jerry" Mann Howard
day Nov. 26, in the Archie Tanner Edwards 86, of Kingsley Lake died Cape May, N.J.
Funeral Home Chapel with burial Sunday Nov. 24, at Clay Memorial Funeral arrangements had not 86 050 PU TRUCKS
following in Santa Fe Cemetery, Hospital in Green Cove Springs
with Rev. Norman Suisse of- following a brief illness.
ficiating. Born May 12, 1899 in Ludowici, $5880
Ga., Mrs. Edwards was a former Super Trucks
Cecil C. Mattheus longtime resident of Lawtey and
also lived at Kingsley Lake for 20
USED BUT NOT ABUSED
Mr. Cecil Clark Mattheus of -
She was a member of the
Hampton, died Thursday Nov. 14 at years.
his home following an extended illness. 84 CAPRICE
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
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1006 Clark St. behind George Roberts SALES
CARS & TRUCKSIT WANT THAT'S TO OURS STOP Insurance. Saturday Nov. 30 8 a.m. til Llmerock&Fill Dirt REALTY

Alcoholic.Anonymous 2 p.m. Itchg 11/28 20 yd.semi-loads only .
IS TRUE you can buy Jeeps for $44 964-41SO-9M-M94-9e4-e2l9 3 FAMILY SALES Nov. 29.30,8:30p.m.. Phon. 712-3172 5/23tfchg
through the U.S. Government?Get the pdthru 11/15 Sofa chair TV '75 Plymouth Fury STORE BOUGHT! Furniture for sale at PHONE '6 .7776
facts ) Call 1-312-742-1142 ext. refrig., toy., baby/maternity' and
today GLASS CUT TO ORDER Door., windows, Doublewlde Ham Cent.r located
609. 4tpd 10/17,31. 11/14,28 .tc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY miscellaneous cloth., playpen. Bronco North on 301 Lawtey, Fla. (this Is not 205 N. Temple, Starke I
MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY! 1982 Corvette, 9646078. Orders also taken In Lak.Butler trailer hitch winter wear, thoes, trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg -
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loaded with extras. Beautiful car. B..t 496-3079 and Keystone Heights, mitt gator. Near Lawtey Elem; turn FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for
West onto Adams St., follow Today and always, may God bestow his loye'on
offer 9648809. 10/10 TFchg 4734973. 2/26 tfn signs. Itpd sole at Ollns Home Center located on you.
THUNDERBIRDS 1981 Ford royal blue, all BULLDOZER Wanting to do bulldozer 11/27 Highway 100 West This Is not troller The friendship of those we serve is the foundation of our
whit Int., AC, cruise, tilt tearing., AT work. Have 2 bulldozers & looking for YARD SALES Earrings $.35 or 3/$1; furniture. 6/13 tfnchg progress.
with overdrive 47,000 orlg. mil**. One work, 9645606, 7823333. Ask for necklaces $.75 to $6; kerosene heater WHOLESALE TRAMPOLINES giant round .
owner. Coll 933-3403 after 6 p.m. 1031TF Mark. 8/8 tfn $65; lots of everything. 233 N. Bay St., 14 ft., galvanized $289.95. Christmas SPECIAL
PAINTING & REMODELING quality workat behind Lli) Champ on 301 N. Friday and layaway., $25 down. 1.752.1999 Lake DAIRY
ESCORT WAGON 1984, 4 door,.AT, AC affordable price. For a free Sat. Itpd 11/28 City. 10/24 lOtpd 12/23 QUEEN: $89,900 Approximately 169' on 301.
2500 mile. Call 4682466. 11/21 2tpd estimate an 9648809. 10/10 TFchg YARD SALES 1104 W. Madison 11/29-30 TOPPER paneled Inside. LWB $125. Building being sold "as Is". Approx. 1696 *q. ft. Also, op-
11/28 SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines 1267.9 a.m. til? Itpd 11/26 4962037. 11/7 4tpd 11/28 prox. 12,700 sq. ft. of pavement.
HONDA ACCORDi 1982 fully loaded relold. Serving Bradford County for 10years. FRIDAY/SAT. Household Item., HUNTERS SPECIAL $50 Radio Shack 40
exc. cond. 333-2483. 11/212tchg 11/28 Bradford Septic Tank Service. childrens. Infants and adult clothing channel base station $15 Radio Shack NEW LISTINGS
197B THUNDERBIRDS' Good condition. 9648121. 10/17 TFchg baby furniture vacuum and misc. 1123 6 channel CB, $35 Midland 23 channel
$1800. Phone 289-9419 for' details. HUNT 3,000 ACRES of private land In Nell Ct., behind Madison St. Baptist.Follow CB, $35 GE 40 channel CB. Phone CORNER LOT: 3'/ ACRES, Rd. 100 W & Rd. 235, 3BR, 1Ba MH

tl/282tpdl2/5 Alabama with licensed guide. Trophy signs. Itpd 11/27 964-6201.11/21 2tchg 11/28 plus office bldg. 30x30, well 2 septic tanks $50,000. Was a
1t74 MUSTANG III V-6, AC 4 sped, deer taken each year Contact John SATURDAY ONLY 7 a.m.-4 p.m. 823 XMAS TREES Choose and cut live tree successful car operation/residence combo. Owner retired.
magi,. new pain ,lob. $600. Call Sherllng, Jr., P.O. Box 344, Greenville Parkwood PI. off Pratt St. Itchg 11/28 from 2000 shaped pine and cedar.
964-4080 after 6 p.m. Itchg 11/27 Ala. 36037 1-205-382-6951 fcan 230 SAT. 11/30 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 1042 1.10W to Hwy 125 exit at Glen St. SAMPSON LAKE: 1.91 acres: 3BR 2Ba CB, $68,000. With 20%
NOVA HATCHBACK 1973 need. work. CARPET & TILE INSTALLER needs extra Pinebreez St. off Col ley Rd. New Mary., go 12 ml. N. on Hwy 125 watch down owner will finance.

$300. Call 964-4133 after 5:30 p.m. Itpd money for Christmas. Call 964-4133 draperies, clothes, computer. for signs. 2597703. 11/21 Stpd 12/19 WALK TO EVERYTHING: 431 Center St., 3BR 2Ba, 24300.
11/28 9647927. Itchg 1127FRIDAYSATURDAYS SEVERAL ITEMS 3/4 length white mink
after Itpd 11/27
5:30'p.m.: 533 PRATT ST. 3BR
IBa $18,150.PREFERRED .
DODGE DART 1975 V-8 engine with SEWING MACHINE REPAIR Home and 1222 Bradford St. fur coat $1,300 OBO; Sears Craftsman : ,
manual tram. $650 OBO. 964-4875 Industrial machines. Call 964-4362 8-5 p.m. Itchg 11/27 push mower w/grass catcher $100 PROPERTIES
otter_3 om. itchy 1128MOTORCYCLES after 4 p.m. and anytime weekends. OBO; 55 gal. fish tank w/stand light HANDSOME & PRIVATE: 4BR 2Ba brick Country Club lot
12/5 HOMES filter, gravel and acces. $150 080. Call
ll/282tpd
478x310 paved driveway 2 car garage fireplace, range,
473-3795. Itpd 11/23
PECAN pecans.CRACKER 9645990.I'll crack Also firewood your pecansfor for FOR SALE 50% OFF 11 Flashing arrow signs $27911 refrig., DW, central vacuum, hi-fi system drapes & blinds

19(5 ATC 200X HONDA 3 wheeler sale. ll/282tpd 12/5 Lighted non-arrow $259. Unlighted plus hot tub. Assum. Mortgage of $50,000 8.75% Interest.

1700. OBO. Good condition. 782.3333 3 BR I'/i BA HOMES Saratoga Hts., corner $209. Free letters. See locally. Owner will hold second mortgage

8/8 tin "( 9648652.321 lot. Enclosed tfn garage, CHSA.Phone 1-800-626-7446.1-800-423-0163 GIANT INFLATABLE anytime. BARGAIN: Frame home, two acres, swimming pool. 15000.

WOODEN HOUSEi20x20 tin roof block. LED moving message sale. Big profits.Don't eWE'VE DONE IT YOUR WAY Energy Efficient 2Vi year old

MISCELLANEOUS ed up ready to move $500 ..31.1050tfn lose out! fcan 228 cedar & stone home with handsome great room, cathedral

w. THREE BEDROOM 2Bo home CH/A FP, BABY GRAND PIANO Haines, built In ceilings stunning fireplace approx. 1900 sq. ft., mammoth
1927 good condition. 9646580. 11/28
PENNY-WEIGHT stomps and coins, pawn ceiling with fans, Ig. screen porch on 6 2tchg 12/5 master bedroom with king-sized adjoining bath plus two other
trees In
acres city on
and gun shop. Corner Church and Call Geiger Rd. near pecan Southsld Elementary. LARGE DOG Free to good home In the bedrooms & bath, garage with magic door opener, all this on
St. Buy sell trade anything of value. 695009645876. 11/28 country. Part shepherd good wat of beautiful land. Lakewood boat
11/212tchp Access
over an acre to -
Gold, silver diamonds, etc.) 9648556. ramp
( Call 782.3433 after Itpd
chdog. p.m.
CB HOME 2BR 1 bath good location
1!128 2tchg 12/6 and dock and great fishing on Crosby Lake. Saved the best
N MN and condition. $3,500 down Bal. NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum.
$18,000 at 12%.$300 per mo. Balance Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great' part for lasta true value at $65,0001
yr. Sam parts neg. to fit budget. for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH ENERGY EFFICIENT: Brick 48R (one BR 14x20)), 1
964-8251 (keep trying). 11/28 TF 135 W. Call St. 9646305. Ya acre, LR, DR-kitchen combo den with fireplace. Well In-
COPY MACHINES Canon for rent
or
HELP WANTEDFULL sale. Canon home copier $799; Canon sulated Carrier heat pump average utility bill $60 mo.

ERA TIFFIN & OWENS .I.INC. home or office copier $999; Canon of. Located SR 16E. 45000.
TIME REAL ESTATE IScholar.hlp lice copier $1399. Rent to own for as WHERE A GROWING FAMILY ALWAYS FITS 321 Butler Terrace -

Its available! ERA Tiffin and little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP in the city on 1.96 acres. Almost hidden from view, 4BR,
110 W. Call St., Starke. 9645764. 2/21
Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W. Layfayett
tfn 2Ba approx. 2000 sq. ft. Motivated Seller.
St. 964-5065 7/4 tfn
TYPISTS $500 weekly at home. Writ ELECTRONIC ORGAN $49.99 per month.No BEAUTIFUL & CONVENIENT BUILDING LOTS IN CITY Bradford

m 1 964.5065re P.O. Box 975 Elizabeth NJ 07207. TF down payment. Call 964-6946. tfn Villas with a variety of trees, paved roads water, sewage,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa.
SALESMEN WANTED Experienced.
TWO
police protection nice neighborhood $7,0001!
4tREAITOR Olln's Mobile Home Sales, Starke. Ap $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn
ply In person. 11/7 4tchg 11/28 COLOR TVi $99 and up. Next to Stork. BRICK DUPLEX & APT. BLDG. Now rented have positive
a' COUNSELOR II JUVENILE PREVENTIONfor Truck Stop south of Starka. 9648212. cosh flow and good assumable mortgages. Owner will take
,
'_ y1yw the Bradford Union-Guidance 11/24 finCYPRESS second mortgages for good client.
Clinic Inc., Stark., (EOE). Deadline for SAWDUST 2 yards deliveredand
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spread $20.468-2624.9/1212tchg INVESTORS 438 ACRES IN SOUTH BRADFORD COUNTY.
applications will be November 30
1983. QUALIFICATIONS: Master'sDegree 11/28 Good land plus highway frontage. $1,000 an acre.
In a mental health disciplinefrom FIREWOOD scrap oak and pine, no KINGSLEY LAKE AT ITS BEST Living quarters on dock also
OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I Is accreditated university nails. 18 In. 12 In. $15 per load. Oak4x4x27"
an college or
of '/ cord, $35. Bradford ARC 3BR 2 Ba, beautiful home completely remodeled plus second
plus two professional experience -
one years of which must be In the 964.7699.11/21 TF home for family, guests or rental several other buildings-all

Located on Hwy, 301 one block South of S.R.''100 specific program area., POSITIONDESCRIPTIONEvaluetion.s..wt'end ,.I HIGHLAND PRODUCE. sweet potatoes well maintained. Owner, financing.
11, '"**.....] *YF : ':*w tora3iwi.| d,.:&(A *W tVH.31 J $8. bushel; homemade cane syrup; ;FOR YOU THE AVID SPORTSMAN 1330. bares adittWVIhtfeaWtp'5' OJ
., _' .., .. ...... MRS( referrals Intake evaluations prep )>t greens for your freezer. Highland Pro 'd
7''r' .c -- ''
7" Blandlng aTtt t 'flVkWcir\
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RESIDENTIAL Vide emergency services, provide In. duce US 301 N.,.of Lawtey. 11/21 2tpd Management Area. Bu/alf'Br f Own ,
divldual/group/famlly counseling for 11/28 .A JOY TO LIVE IN Large attractive home in city with little
.
,. h 'I.:. :'rf"'1'. "\ juveniles and case consultation. Services UPHOLSTERED with seat and Couch backrest and chair cushions wood, yard to keep up. Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH&A, 3BR, 2Ba,,-

> .t., 1t ""tV",..'t -{ t ... ,,''.,.-f.,,,.>.:;4t.",;,,. \ .,' sion. will SALARY be provided: Competitive.under supervi SEND recently refinished and recovered spacious LR with fireplace gracious Fla. room, utility room,

; < \ ..,:\o .,. ,11'" RESUME' TO: Carolyn Spooner Ed.S., cushions. Call Hendry's Upholstery skylights 2 util. bldgs, privacy fence. 55000.
'. '; Area Director, Bradford-Union 496-20839a 11/28 .m. to 5:30 p.m. 11/21 2tpd WANT YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Ocala block home approx.

Guidance Starke. Fla.Clinic 32091.Inc.Itchg, P.O.11/28 Box 399 IRISH SETTER PUPS 6 wks old. parents on 2400 sq. ft. 3 BR 2 Ba on 50 acres Crawford Rd., /4 chicken

$50 each. No checks. barn business. Owner fin. all
CITY OF STARKE Is accepting applications premises. sua going Buy or part!
for the position of secretary to 7823089. 11/21 2tchg 11/28 .NEARLY NEW CEDAR HOME ON 45 ACRES Paved CrawfordRd.
STEEL BUILDINGS direct from fac
the Recreation Department. Must be atleast buy ., Owner financing.
30x"ax $",167
tory. -- ;
quired.18 Apply years at of Merrill age, some Dees typing office re City 50x77x14--$8978. Call collect e29 GOOD ACRES: 1 ml. W. of Lawtey on CR 225. 15% down,

of Starke. Closed Thursday and Fri. 9043896939. 11/21 3tpd 12/5 owner will finance remainder for 20 yrs. at 10%.

day Nov. 2829. Itchg 11/28 GRAHAM: 14.50 acres for 23562.50

TRUCK DRIVERS Drive with pride! ApplyIn GRAHAM: 10.51 acres for 1707875.
person at POOLE TRUCK LINE, 2241 .
... ; ',. Detroit Blvd, Pensacola Fla. Must live c * *

\' ____if"t.; ; ." JI..M.-!.; ",,: ,_. within 200 miles of Pensacola EOE. EVENINGSBILL
fcan 225TEXAS DODD 964.7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN 964-4319'
LOVELY COUNTRY ESTATE This Immaculate 3 BR, 2 both brick veneer OIL COMPANY needs mature
IRVING CLARK.JR. 964.7188 JOHN GREENE
features butlfullnt.rlor decor highlighted by brick fireplace, large p.r.on.for short trips surrounding 533.2121'
kitchen completely equipped 2 car garage, barn and workshop on 9.74 Stork. Contact customers. We train. WAYNE DOUGLAS 964.6593 NOVIS WARD %4.7454

acres fenced and crose-lenced. with .hrub-Ilned driveway. Excellent : Write N.C. Dlckerson Pr..., CYNTHIA. KURIMAY 964-7408 RANDY CORY 475-2597.. .
landscaping completes picture. Southwestern Petroleum Box 789 Ft. '
Worth Tx. 76101. Itpd 11/28 WANTEDWORK
c ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL GRADS AND
*WALK TO EVERYTHING from this 3BR, 1 Both, remodeled home with large HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS Do you know WANTED SecretaryBookkeeperposition
sitting porch. I where you can find a part-time careerIn desired by attractive and
Immaculate built skirted and 1 dependable lady. Experienced In legal ----.. -
*SEE THIS MH with -ons workshop. plumbing carpentry masonry
*STARTER HOME Neat 2BR frame only 23000. metal' fob and heavy equip oper. that and business areas. Excellent HELP. WANTED
offers a steady paycheck promotion references. Please call 964-8468. Itpd -- -
*SILVER LAKE house 100 ft. on water.
*COUNTRY CLUB: None more elegant good assumable mortgage. skill training life Insurance, and a GI 11/28 Earn Extra Cash
*EXCELLENT OWNER FINANCING on this 3BR CB home with 1 acre. bill for college? In the 202 Clv Eng Sq, CARPOOl from Stark. to Alachua
motivated seller has reduced from $48,000 to Fla. Air National Guard. There are Hospital. Hours can vary a little. Call
*BEST VALUE Highly price
For Info call between 7.9 Will drive to The Gainesville Sun has an early
and military positions. more p.m. or pay morning motor route
$35,000 for quick sale on this 3BR, 1 bath CB with family room fireplace
dining 1.65 plus extras. MSG Carl Slavers, Jr., Mon-Frl. Call ride 964-5381. Itpd 11/28 available In Stark., Lawt.y, Raiford areas.
separate room on acres many
JOIN WANTED TO BUY WWII
collect 9045333386. AMERICANSAT WWI
*SPACIOUS BEAUTY Over 1700 sq. ft. brick home: large screened porch THEIR BEST. 11/28 Stpd 1/2 American German, Japanese; Must have reliable transportation and b. able to post cash

overlooking private backyard. Owner financing. Excellent Terms! R.N. Experienced good assessment Swords, medals, uniforms, helmets, bond deposits
*"APPLE OF YOUR EYE" This 3BR home with 5 acres Includes many extras skills, home visits, Bradford/Union daggers, flags, patches, spike Contact Dave Llndlav, 96-C.8170. *
such as.: deck around house, 2 stall barn with 30 ft. corral, greenhouse, 3 Counties. Licensed certified home helmets, documents, toy soldiers, .-_ _
ceiling fans Assumable 1st mortgage, owner will finance health agency. Call for Interview wings, WAC Items. BRANK BONA

I *EASY ACCESS to Interstate 10 and minutes to Jacksonville Lovely 2-story 964-8772..:. Itehg..11/78.! __ _. 18003431394.: fcan 232
home nestled on one acre, only $68,000.

10 1/" ACRES plenty of oak trees and well maintained cedar home with x '. .. :..+ .. :::.. .. :..
extra storage and lots of privacy tool Tim's Custom Cabinets
*$36,000 cozy home with fenced yard. -, -
*CHARMING CLASSIC 2 story colonial completely modernized 48R, 3 *All Cabinet *Surfacing BUY DAD A GARAGE FOR CHRISTMAS

bath 2 car garage, family room formal dining room. Call for appt. *AIITypesCabin.tWork Remodeling : _
*EXECUTIVE HOME and reduced to sell I All extras 3 BR, 2 bath, fireplace.Must -
see to believe at $68,000. $f 6'.* 2766.00 plus sot up and tax';102.d'
Work
*PEACE AND QUIET on this starter home on 1.69 acres, off SR 100 South. *Also Any Type Drywall OO'n
*CYPRESS HOUSE with opprox. 2000 sq. ft., fireplace, spiral stairway appliances New or Remodeling Celling Design Work .ro'ftae Month Per' ,

2.35 acres, decks and fish pond reduced to $49,900. .

Free Estimates 12x24 Hand1-Hous. garage with mobile home and roll-up'
BUILDING LOTS AND SMALL ACREAGE
*LOVELY LOT In a lovely neighborhood I Owner financing on tree covered Call 964-6238 Tim ThompsonTF 'door, flooring, tongue and groove plywood over 2x6s on 16" ,

4 site makes this one unbeatable.EASY centers over 3 skids, lights, and plugs. 20 year corrosion

OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE 4 rolling acres partly wooded. .. guarantee on aluminum, free color matching.

., ,zoned for mobile homes, toot == -- Payments based on 43 months with an annual percentagerate

I ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED of 20.75% to qualified buyers, single life & disability In-
FARMS
BEAUTIFUL
I
HOMES
E. CALL ST
..*FARM FANTASY Make It real on this owner financed.. 20 acres, just 215 cluded.
j'' ', i minutes. from U.S. 301. OF NORTH FLORIDA STARKE FU Hand-Houe Portable Buildings

964 6766. FIREPLACES 301 South Starke 9"' ......
COMMERCIAL .,
-! *NEW SHOP AND RETAIL SPACI now available at small cash Investmentl a
CALL NOWI pooling.SNU11Eas 1


tjOo Susan Faulkner Reddish,REALTOR SOff'1'
\ Sales Manager.Evenings 64-4041
? RIALTOIIASSOClATlS 1' SYSTEMSCUTjRICK Plumbing Supplies -
,; Irene
L.Faulkner 944-4141,
ys' Suzanne Kitchens '....7630 Bob Matthews '....72., From Durrance
964-7625 lee Hardenbrook 473-7164 1 ir-jJ
'. Lou Young .. t
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& STONE tigS 10\,110,, Pump & Supply Co.
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.';< Carol Warner Rentals Available REALTOR ASSOC. CUSTOM FOR WINDOWS HOMES PATIOS. .US 64 301 N. Temple North Ave. [964, 706l] We Drill Wells2"too"StateLlcen '
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November 28. 1955 IS S"'TJOS Wage t
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r"1 I Ads 1. ( :
Keystone Heights
.... Union County' AdsBOATS \, ItI
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BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES .
FOR RENT
NOTICE HELP WANTEDCHILD -
FOR SALE
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted CARE Wanted-motun woman to
MOIILI HOMI PARK 18 to 21 units In Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. to the Lake Region Monitor office take care of 8 month old baby beginnIng 15ft. Cable BO percent off 11 I Flashing arrow sign.
Keystonejjouse also $25.000 down Recreational vehicles welcome Phone In writing and paid In advance January. Must be experienced $350. fiberglass boat and trailer $2791 fl. lighted. Non-arrow $259.
net $20,000. Great tax advantages. 9647498.916 tfn unless credit It already establishedwith references required. 475.1672. Itpd Needs motor. Call 496-2842. Unllghted $209. (Free letters!) See
3734792. 10/24 Btpd 12/12 EFFICIENCIES studio and one BR apartment this office 11/27 ltchg,11/28 locally. 1(800)423-0163( ) anytime;

CARCOl yr. old company build high *. Electricity Included. Low week. MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD "JOIN THI WINNING TEAM"-We need 3 18006267446.( ) (Giant Inflatable LED
Income, sideline business, no Invest ly monthly ral... Palms Apartments, RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN sales associates who have above WANTED moving message soldBig, profits!
m.nt. 964.4924 after 6 p.m. 3tchg 2314 N. Temple Ave. tfn CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN AVER average expectations of earnings and Don't lose out! It. 11/21 .
11/21.12/6 NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 THE TELEPHONE wish to receive above average oppor Wanted to Dining table and six choirs, walnut
buy
WWI
EUREKA LOG HOMES fulfills the BA apt. For more Information call lake Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon tunities. Watson Realty Is expandingand German WWII American finish. Call 496-3206, after 6 P.M;tpd.
Japanese swords
,
American Dr. Butler Apt, 496.3141. Equal Oppor prior to Thursday publication. ; medal., 11/21
om Your own business Is offering extensive training programs uniforms, helmets, .
and a beautiful Eureka log Home for tunlty Housing. 6/7 tfnchg. Minimum charge Is 19 words for$2.79 and full time management. Expect spikehelmets daggers, documents, flags, patches D P Gympac 1,900 weight set with 198
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS at 314 N, then 10 cents for each word thereafter lb., hardly used $75. Schwan's soda
only 19700. Call FREE 800-643.8344.I to"WIN WITH WATSON"... Call for soldiers, wings, (W.A.C Items). Fran
fcan 227 Temple Ave In downtown Starke. confidential Interview. 4734816. Dean Bono 18003431394.( ) 11/28 stream for $19. Coll 496-3504 After 6'
$10,000 MONTHLY working smart just $50-$75/week Including utilities. No PERSONAL SERVICES Weaver 4tchg 11/7.11/28 P.M. 11/21 2tpd. 1128L.ath.r.handcrafted
two hour a month. Results deposits required 964.5139 or belts Holsters, etc.
9646566.103 TF YARD SALE Place Christmas orders Call
guaranteed. New r.volutlonory CARPENTER WORK MOBILE HOMES now.
breakthrough! Writ. Champion' Circle 2 BR MOBILE HOME close to city. No kitchen cabinets and Remodeling trim work 496-2004 after 8 P.M., Monday thru
pets, $190 a month plus deposit Call carpentry. Wednesday. 11212tchg. 11/28
38 Rambl.wood Sale
Troll Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 after Carport Furniture, toys, clothes,
Lawrencevllle, Ga. 30245. fcan 231 I 4681323. 10/3 TF 5:30 1/5 MOBILE HOMES for rent. One or two household Items, what-nots and more. Cookbooks make great gifts Five uniquely
: tfnchg
2 BR MOBILE HOME close to $85 p.m. bedrooms furnished different. "Hometown"
city. unfurnished.
GOOD IUSINESS FOR SALE $10.000 CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and Installations. or Friday and Saturday. December 6 & 7.
down. OWNER will finance and supply weekly Including utilities. Coll Free estimates Ten years $150 month. Call 4737560. 10/10 tfn Two miles south on 231, follow signs.Margaret Cookbooks, each 200 to 500 recipes
merchandise 468.1323.1013 TF cha $35 value,$11.99. leaflemoe's Kitchen
on consignment. Coll 473.4217 and ask for Crawford Peggy Holt-
1.904.373.191711/28 TF LARGE MOBILE HOME LOT, Concrete experience.5/17 MOBILE HOME for sale by owner large Ingsworth. 11/282tpd. 12/5 P.O. Box 233, Kearney, NE 68847. It
Craig. tfnchg
patio water furnished, close to prison. Vt acre lot with 12 wide 2 BR, 2 bath 11/21
$95/mo. 964-7530 or 4681323. 10/3 TF FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE refinishing mobile home. CH/A, central water Full size bed Box springs and mattress,
LAND FOR SALEONE FURNISHED APARTMENT] small, suitable Hand rubbed oil finishes Call Jae furnished new carpet front and rear INSURANCEMAINES In good condition. Boys and girls blk...

for one working person. Part of 4732521. 8tpd 11/7-12/26. decks, owner financing. 4681323. Zenith stereo FM/AM radio In cabinet.
utilities furnished. No children no MAKE NEW CUSHIONS dining chain 10/10 TF INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. Coll 496.3517 11/28 2tchg 12/5
ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road no pets, please. Phone 9645970. 11/7 TF bar stools, camper beds Addison Lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 496-3978.
down payment $79 p.r mo. Call FOR SALE OR RENT 2 BR house In city, Upholstery 473.2452.4tchg 11/7-11/28 FOR RENT Complete Insurance Service, tfn HELP WANTEDTruck
9645606. 10/4 tfn
PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt
turn kitchen. $300 mo. 9644236. TF
LOTS a ACREAGE, 20 p.rc.nt down mildew, peeling point from homes,
HOUSE FOR RENT carpet, quiet area, LAND FOR
bolanc. In five years, flnanclnc by 28R 1 Ba. 964-7357. NO PETS. Also, efficiency driveways, mobile homes. Call Rick MOBILE HOMES SALE Drlversl Drive with pride! Apply
owners, 964-6893. 12/13 tfn. for rent. One or two In
Poole
Motel. 1I/21TF 473-2452. 4tchg 11/7-11/28 person at: Truck Line 2241
room Temple bedrooms
ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. 1 and 2 BEDROOM apartments for rent. FALL CLEAN UP SERVICE yard work $150 furnished or unfurnished. Mountain land for sale by owner $100 Detroit Blvd., Pemocola. Fl. Must live
$3.900. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call 606 W. Madison St.. 13541425. 11/28 tree trimming chain saw work, any tfnchg month. Call 4737560. 10/10 down. Owner financed. Two acre within 200 miles of Pensocolo EOE HII

9645606. 1/03 tfn 2tchg 12/5 kind of odd lob. Call 473-3321. Itchg .2 BR HOUSE. Lake tracts, nearby 3,000 acre lake I' hours A PARK RANGER Inexpensive train.
ONI ACRE LOTS ON MEND DAIRY TWO BEDROOM newly remodeled, furnished 11/27 H/A furnished.on 4732455.Geneva Central north of Atlanta. North Georgia. 1(404)( ) ing for lob placement In local state or
ROAD $3,000 no down payment $70 trailer. Queen-size bed and AC RETAIL OR OFFICSi 11/7 tfnchg 276-2727 or 14042763668.( ) It. 11/28 notional parks. Send name, address,
p.r mo. Call 964.5606.1/03 tfn on large lot with trees $225/mo plus MISCELLANEOUSPAC Sq.Ft.$200 Space for rent. 275 $95 down Wyoming 40 acres ranchland phone no. to: Park Technology Dept.,
LOT IN CITY $6,000. Call 964-5764; after deposit. 9646714. Itchg 11/28 Hwy. 100 monthly Carpet AC/Heat, $98.99 month $6,995 total. Excellent lake City Community College, Rt. 7,
9, call 964.5251.3/07 tfn frontage. To Inquire, call
$95 DOWN NICE ROOM private both 964-6035. RAT. Buy, Sell and trade. Used furniture 473-7683.il/21rtn hunting. Money back guarantee with Box 378 Lake City Fla. 32055. 11/14
WYOMING
40 acres ran. 1128INDUSTIIAL
chland. 11/28TF appliances, household Items, 2 BR MOBILE HOMI located In Live Oak six month Inspection. Agt. 3tchg
$98.99
$6,995 total. .
mo.. Excellent TWO BEDROOM 1 both house In town. collectables, glassware, old jewerly Forest furnished Call 8186438344. It 11/28. IDUCATIONi Register early
hunting. Money back guaranteewith Call 904-437-3308 between 830-530: tools, etc. 473.2183 tfnchg 7/26 11/27 6844049. Itpd Dec. 2-5,for classes starting at Lake
6 mo. Inspection. Agt. City Community College In January.We .
Mon-Frl. 11/28 TF WHITE
SANDS LAKE 2 FOR RENT
8187837900. BR furnished
fcan
229 2BR with CH and offer Auto Mechanics, Brick/Block
MH AC. Clean with nice Available
MOUNTAIN LAND for sale by owner: yard located In country. $150 per REAL ESTATEONE 249-7884.4tpcll1/17.12/19 Dec. 1. $250 month. Masonry Small Engine/Motor

$100 down owner-financed 2 acre month plus deposit; of $75. Call TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES cycle/Marine Repair Electronic
tract., nearby 3,000 acre lake. 1'/, 964.5630 after 5 p.m. Itchg 11/28 ACRE In Big Tree Lakes. $100 FOR lENT Union CountyTimes, 150 Technology and Welding classes day
hours North of Atlanta, North Georgia. TWO BEDROOM 2 bath LR. DR, kitchen down assume payments of $79 per Main Street Lake Butler Phone and night. Call 752-1822 ext. 214.
1-404-276-2727 or 14042763668. Icon and family room garage $325/mo. I.t month. 1641.7310 alter 4 p.m. 4tchg l 496.2261 for Information. tfn 11/14 3tchg 11/28
216: and last In advance. Walking distance 11/21-12/12 Mobile Home One bedroom, one bath. OUTDOOR CAREER lake City Communlty -
from shopping 964.6718 alter 5 p.m. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Excellent location Call 496-2020 after 4 P.M. Itchg. 11/28 College offers you a career In Forest
MOBILE HOMES 11/282tpd 12/5 close to schools. Extra clean 2/1 Mobil. Home furnished near county Engineering Technology Forest
RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 month Mobile home on nicely landscaped lot. End of Season Special line, highway 100. For datalls call Technology or Park Technology.
FOR SALE and Call Susan F. Reddish per Broker. Ask for Kerry at 473.4903 or 4733321. $4995 4962842. Itchg. 11/28 Register early Dec. 2-5, for classes
Owner up.at 964-5065 or 964-4048 TF Century 21 Realtor Keystone Heights. Mobile Home Three bedroom three starting In January. For more Info call
Itchg 11/27 Inground swimming pools, complete '. bath. Call 4963437. Itchg. 11/28 752-1822. ext. 224 11/14 3tchg 11/28
FOR SALE: Several 2 br Mobil. Homes In CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On
BUSINESS COURSES offered Lake
Installation with filters motor by City
good to cond. Highway 16 W. Close to prison.
$2700-4900
exc. each '
Some with A.C. Pine M.H. Park 964-7530 or 468-1323.10/10 Tfchg FOR SALE and free chemicals PERSONAL SERVICESNETTLES Community College In January 86.

496.2366.4/25 tfnchg. 2 or :3 BR mobile home, adults only, no 100% Financing No Down Payment Register early Dec. 2-5, for Business
MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series Computers I on Monday eves and Small
Florida Stole Certified
15 USED MOBILE HOMES Make offer Inside, pets. 964-8614 or CompanyPh.
on TREE SERVICE: Tree removal
Business Thurs
organ with double keyboard base Management on eves at
on. or all. Olln's Mobile Home Sales. 964.7619.1114TFTHREE pedals and rhythm section $795. Call 399.5685 Anytime Collect and pruning. Also firewood, oak and Union County High School. Each earns
BEDROOM 1 bath block home.$350mo. I'
904-964-9606 6/6 tfnchg : for sale. Call Thomas Nettles
473-2210 weekdays or 473-4648 pine 3 credit hours. Call 752-1822 ext. 351
Edwards Rd, ). tnanra
((100A
1971 12x40 Guerdon
Statler 2BR bath 4963823. tfn 12/22
weekends for appointment to see. tfn or 356 for Info. 11/14 3tchg 11/28
very good condition clean unfurnished 9645606. 11/21 TF from
Housekeeping Anything minor to
TWO BR TRAILER 1 mile North of Stork. WURLITZER spinet piano, excellent condition .
$5,500.964.7512. 10/3 TF BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES
major. Carpet shampooing steam
$1,000. Cherry mahogany.
DOUILEWIDE, 24x65 on 3 acres. 3BR Hammond Rd. $200 mo. 289.9770 or FLOftlLAND cleaning services. Resonalble rates
Phone 473-3752. tfnchg 8/29
2Ba, CH/A. $29,500. Phone 9648399.TF 2899419. 11/21 2tpd 11128ClassIfied SMALL BLUEBERRY FARM 1,000 bushes Call Cindy at 4311733. Itfr. 11/28

Produces 8.000 Ibs. a year. $20,000. REALTY Don's Paint and Body-Calson Avenue- $10,000 Monthly working smart just two
24x{0 MOBILE HOMEi 3 bedroom. 2 Ads Coll 659-2233 for details 4tpd Ralford Fla. Auto paint and bodywork hours a month. Results guaranteed!
baths, 485.1800.11/21 2tchg 11/28 Get Results 11/14.12/5 964.7700 engine repair. Point guaranteedfar New revolutionary breakthrough)
1974 MOBILE HOME Pin. Estates. 3BR 2 ItlN. T.mpl.A... one year using Dupont acrylic Writ.: Champion's Circle, 38
ba, must be moved. $3,450 cash price. ,. LAND FOR SALE II.,",.P. adam Srok>..CHI' enamel. $159. 11/21 2tpd. 11/28 Ramblewood Trail, Lawrencevllle, Ca.
$4,500 on a note. Own.r will finance. 1 r-------- Joy Thornton A..ochut.Lots. Ditching Service Cat 225 with bucket 30245. It. 11/28

964-8556 anytime. 11/282tchg 12/5 1 LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake. $13,500. --------- available. Will operate hourly or lease. Eureka log Homes, Inc. fulfills the

1j j I Bargain Center Inc, : Owner will finance. $164 per month. -.'/. ac to 1'/, at- $500. Hercules Incorporated. Call 7523368. American Dream. Your own business
4734367. tfnchg 12/6 Land on 301 South for lease 11128.tpcl.. 12/19 and a beautiful Eureka log Home for

LOST/FOUND I I LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, readyto Commercial Building. Call for only 19700. Call free 1(800)643( ) .B344.
Electrical & Plumbing REAL ESTATE
move on. Power well, septic and details.

LOsf RED,MARE HORSE man. ltpped., <,*,I>. "'"'\* Mobile Paneling Home& Cabinets Supplies fence $6499.. 392.0985 or 4733024.. ........". .. _2.39 Acres,'In city. :3 BR.. 2. BA; brick. ::1.OUT. OF AREA .. HUNTINGHunt
{ A.k for'Linda, tfnchB 6/13- ,- .
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.. If od '" T m."mb'" cle..iI ..: Ready to _
baMi hpol.qld;qad split. tp *oH'r.' j I i.4
; jCommercial Icemakers BY OWNER In Bedford Oaks,
over an sell. Call far more details 3,000 ecres of private land In
Jail House In Stark. 8/8 tfn t'I
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LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY -
Makes 350 Ibs. a Day acre, nice building lot. 4752684. 2tpd licensed
Less than 2 Years Old Brick Alabama with guide. Trophy
LOST WALKER HOUNDS 2 females ((1 : home
I 11/27-12/5 If I don't have It, I'll find it- Justask. John
I I each Contact
BWT I white with brown spots). last Capacity t country, with 6 or more acres JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. deer taken year.
ACREAGE We have Itl I
LOOKING FOR Sherllng. Jr., P.O. Box 344 Greenville,
seen 11/4 Theressa area (Bradford .j 181 Acres, good hunting woods, 496.2126 or 496.2903, "YOUR
I QUALITY FOR LESS 18 acres near Hampton, nicely wood eves. Alabama 3603712053826951.( ) It. ,
Co) If found please call 473-3237 col. I ed. CENTURY 21, SHOWCASE PROPER some owner financing. UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn
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I.ct. 11/21 2tpd 1128Subscribe t I I TIES, INC.. Keystone Heights Fl 32656 20 Minutes from Gainesville! High t I
964-6679 US 301 South t Call 473.4903. Itchg 11/27 dry land highway frontage, excellent 4-20-3 BR 2 Ba brick 5* acres, fence
Today/ I t 1 TF owner financing good for ed. !I

_ ___ YARD SALE .ubdlvldln 1418-3 BR 1 Ba mobile w/addition

.. like new % ac. lot, furnished mu.t.
5 FAMILY YARD SALE Nov 29 a 30 from see.

1 104. Lots of nice toys, 2 bicycles, boby I Janet'M. 1 4}4-3 BR 1 Ba workshop also 2 BR
Garp&tCleaning (Any Scotchgart) Items car seats, strollers, Christmas VACUUJ'I'' 1 Ba mobile on 9 oc. paved frontage.

Room $1495 Is crafts, clothes and household Items. Starling'Realtor 399-3 BR 1V Ba, block. In town
Hwy 21 across from Friendship Bible SALE fenced walk everywhere CH air
s Hall) Available Church. No early birds. Itchg 11/27 unit.

& Co. NEW & USED 1405-3 BR 1'/ Bo nice area In town
Cleaning Dye 11 ACRESiWell
tank
septic ,
Steve broadway corner lot many extras, low down
PROFESSIONAL We Finance Our Own pond/open air barn. $33,500 owner fin.
OFFEREDWe
SERVICES .5 ACRES) $12,500 10 ACRES
TREE SERVICEIs KIRBYS ; 1400--9.33 oc. East of Graham paved

specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wag to wall carpet, furniture clean- Now EUREKAS ROYALS .25000.4.17 ACRES Excellent Well Terms septic.tank 17x35 front wooded. low down and owner

Lg and Inside auto detailing. W. offer bids commercial contracts. Quality Tallman pool fenced/cross-fenced. financed.
BROADWAY & WALTERS HOOVERS 412-3 BR, I ba home like new all
Work at low, low prices.Call now to make an appointment. ELECTROLUX 25000. new appliances, just Inside city
Senior Citizen Discount Mileage Charge_ Free Advice Removal FILTER QUEENS ..4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. 12500. limits. Please check this

SEARS S Ac.i Paved frntg. $12,500. 12 RoomoM newOFFICE SPACE
Trimming
Call 964-4997 Call .12 ACRE Old farm house. Beautiful
COMMERCIALWe from Courthouse.
I i FOR RENT across
Check V.lIow.'Ig". In iota) phont Hook AH Work! 6uprantesd Stump Removal repair all makes Oaks 32500. ** *
Firewood OLD BUILDING: In Lawtey 8500. Buy and Sell/ the Slrout Way

I. _,__ '" Free Estimate AI Young'sSince .LIQUOR 50 Ac.iSO.OOO.STORE AND LOUNGE. .. All ACROSS AMERICA' I

473.7097 473-7679 1957 .nR 2BA Beaut landscaped lot. : 8M temple "I
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39500. Hwy 16 West.2BR I w I.
After 5 P.M. 964.6918 2BA In the Country. $29.900. lTIDTREALTY. -1

II Keystone Heights 3 Miles north of .
((904))712.3931
U Starke on US Sol .. P.O. Drawer M mcoerourson :
CARPENTER *
301 S.Lawtey ft.IIIOtI'.at" .meTlSW .__
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by Mrs. Fay : BrokerRes.

Free Estimate 904.468.2860Rolerts :

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MMIIM mail mil I i nil I"We Do Appraisals"Re... 94-5370
064-4522
Si cacti leadings I KAY C.WATERS

Real Estate .8TARIE. fL,;i I... '".""1
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Av. Stark., Fl YlUr.F. SeTVfct LINDA M.WOODS
936 Temple South 301 Plaza
Now In the 80's there are times when we l leeltroubled and -
t 964.6262 cloud ;;,/II Estate t11cs. -... 833-2040
There arc those of us who feel there I Is a gray hanging over
of us are unsure whether their husband wife or sweetheart is true .

PRICE REDUCED -40 acre Farm NW of Storke pecan groves 2BR Many times we would like to reach out and ban upon someone,wonWd'l '*.IN ciTY.ON 2 ACRES 3/2. eat In kit., Brat room carport, owner fin. 51500.

frame house CH4A, outbuildings and many extras. there. not a soul around. There are times we long.for a._ i *OWNER NEEDS LARGER HOMES 3BR. 2 BA on 2 acres, CH/A, range, refr., DW
.mOeaewav. replace( large utility roam and more. On paved road. $49,900.
JUST REDUCED 4 BR, 2 BA block home on large city lot. Can, For these or other' problems you may have,'CALL MRS. FAY *CROSBY LAKE INLETS Canal to Crosby lake, large. DW mobile home. 3/2 new

sal heat and air, carport. 49500. for a private consultation.The double-pane windows owner financed 34500. .

COMMERCIAL Prime business location on US 301 with 589 difficult she can do. love, business' finances *OWNER WANTS rOo SELL Price reduced$1,000 to$52.900. Southgale area. 3/2.'

alus feet the highway and 10 acres. 3300 sq. ft. building great room many amenities. Make offer
on 629-491: 2620 N. Pine Av.. Ocala, fla. GREAT VALUli 5 acres cleared with DW MH 2BR 2Bo. front porch garage,

all for details. ; In _..lrLLs,4 Ills ._ _._ _. owner financed. Priced for quick ale
640 ACRES Excellent development property a rapidly I *LOVELY HOMI on 4 manicured acres, fenced and cross fenced.:Only $59.900'1

rowing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that *10 ACRES South of Hampton. |lust off 325. 26900.

acrell.WATERfRONT. I. : BEAUTIFUL OLDER HOMI IN LAWTIYi Remodeled Inside and out. 48500.

'1200.00 p.r 150 plus-minus' feet on beautiful Grandl ; CYPRESS MULCH r REDUCED TO $42,000t 3BR.' 2Ba home In city. Fenced In bock yard corner lot.. .
t REDUCED TO $17.fOOt recently remodeled home on S.I00. >
aka. Summer cottage with all rooms overlooking the lake, i *HIGHWAY FRONTAOEi North M acres Heavy In pin. timber. 100000.

.. g. screened porch. This one will go fast at 57500. & PINE BARK .1 *COMMERCIAL Highway frontage on South 301.

MOBILE HOME On a 1 plus-minus ,acre lot with four out.uJldings r. *1 ACRE MINI-FARM land In pasture 3 BR 2 BA, super kitchen. 64900.

Including 21' x 66' metal barn. Loads of t You pick-up or We *HIGH t DRY Building lot with beautiful oak trees. Keystone)area. $' .500.
*LIVE IN THI COUNTRY and have It all. A "beauty on 6 acres pecan trees, born
'. >osslblllties. Minimum 3 yds. on..Delivery and workshop. See It, you will 1 love It. 121500.

,. 1 .. CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING .. *BEST ARIAS Brick 3 BR. 2 Ba. carport chain link fenced backyard. 49900.
COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE -. *WI HAVE BUILDING LOTS AND ACREAGE OWNER FINANCED.

... !! George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker 964-6649 We Invite-inquiries On Our Other Propertlw.

TerryA. Golnes, CSM. Salesman Thinking' of Buying' Or Selling Call lv /..
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Two Hampton women discover a way. to get free products. ai id make money while.. shopping- ..-..

_.... -- at stores in that's a single play. It it's on sale
shopping
"grand" spree
meat, milk, cheese ,
eggs soap
Wrlte'rDuring for
Marcia Goodge UCT Staff have cents-off coupon
by health and beauty aids, Starke and in Jacksonville. and you a
the holiday season people powder products diapers and The money they had to pay(a total it,that's a double play.If it's on sale,
tend to spend a lot of money on food other paper necessities.The many of $28.58)) was for taxes on the free you have a cents-off coupon and you
and gifts for their family.ladies But have one voucher were for free food items, which must be paid by the can send"in for a refund that's a triple
of
Hampton
pair and other items which were sent to customer.The play.
discovered a way to not only cut Marge if Ban
two actually made money at For example says
the pair by the companies as a resultof
costs but make money at shopping. their refunding. their refunding. "This all started off solid deoderapt is on sale for $1.99
Marge Ettman and Mona Nugentof but it turned into a very and you have a coupon for 75 cents
Refunding is not to be confused as a hobby
Hampton say that all it takes are arrangement." says off which you take to a grocery store
stamps, clips, time with using cents-off coupons. Many lucrative doubles then you've
envelopes paper national name brand companies of Marge who calculates that she has that coupons
and determination to make refun- in the spent 49 cents on the product. If that
.ma awr fer free food or products vouchers if 'made about$2,500 in refunding
ding pay off in a big way. will certain and 11 months.Mona estimates that same product gives$1.89 in a refundif
customers buy
and Mona recently took types past of ,then
in
Marge send purchase
."r .ry.l! numbers of products and send in the she has made about$1,500. you proof
.
more than six months' worth of refund actually made$1.40 cents by
buy groceries and you've: : .
How
proof of purchase to the companies. can you
to Rawson's, Winn
vouchers
-- .{. and Marge and Mona saved these refund other products and make money at
Dixie and Albertson's bought a
received for about six it? Marge explains the"triple play"that See Refund
and vouchers they ... II
total of $913.51 only paid $28.58. page
"If item is on sale,
months and then went on their does Hj an
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Coupon Kid... I Enterprises, Inc.
Mona Nugent waits patiently while the checkers at Rawson's total out
1i,4Sa Marge's nearly $400 worth of groceries last Tuesday. I 864 N. Temple Avenue Starke
Mona's husband has nicknamed her the "coupon kid" since she began
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Furniture'sg1ffl3fol.t1
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a Lot of Eats... I Home Sales I I 3iofl ; SHOPPING LISTNOW

Marge Ettman displays the cash !register receipt given to her by the Elaine' M. Olln" ,..wont
checker; at Rawsan'*. It was far longer than she la tall. CHRISTMAS DELIVERY
[ ..764-5606.. LAY-A-WAY FOR
The bare feet signify the more than 3 hours the two spent in the store. -


Crawford Violates.- I I II 1 ,r Sleep Sofas ((1' :'t Gym Sets

Probation Gets :.": For Your Children
I Twin, Full or Quten'ISIae' ''
30 Months DOC I II '<
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Charles Eugene Crawford was I :. r1MV! ,I
sentenced to the Department of Corrections ..-
Nov. 25 when he was foundin wq. Wk
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violation of his probation. Roll Dens.
Judge R. A. Green Jr. sentenced I Top
Crawford to serve 30 months but
said after 12'months he could be

placed Crawford on probation.29, was arrested Feb. r' Curio..' Cabi r is".f : Student Desks

22, 1983 for trafficking in cocaine.He
was charged during a surveillence of I ; And Home
J'is'Gun ]
fortom s !
his activities at the Econo Lodge in .'
Starke. Model Of The Week!
Jan. 9, 1984 Crawford was fined
$2,000 and placed on five years probation DENISE GULLION Cabinets6Gun ct.r,
after he pled guilty to possession ..
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charge of trafficking was dismissedat ., ':' & 10-Gun jlJrto.Qs, ;
that time. ';.e, reM-aj&aea.*&
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buying the couldn't do too much," she get you started refunding," says directly to the customer for sending like to start a refund club in this area he wasn't too crazy about the idea of
have the "So I started helping Mona Mona,"But you only get as much out in forms. Mona and Marge have so that they will have more people to Mona refunding at first, he has
"You get her refunding." Mona had pea of it as you put into it," and it. does received such things as cameras, trade coupons and refund forms changed his mind and is now in favorof
over town who save wrappers take time and effort. stuffed toys, trivia Deluxe with. .
free and get games, a "There isn't a club anywherenear It 100 percent.He
Marge, products for her and Marge oc Edition Monopoly game, T-shirts, here that we are aware of," accompanied Mona and Margeon
paying me to her time by picking these up Mona got back into refunding in tennis shoes, piggy banks,hats, belt says Marge, "But we'd like to start their shopping spree last week at
Marge : helping file them while Mona earnest in February and the two buckles, bandanas, smoke alarms, one,just so we could have more people Rawson's where it took them more
although at work. have been going at it like records, storybooks, etc. Many will to trade with." than three hours to buy about(800 of
don't gangbusters ever since. They go be used as Christmas gifts. Mona and Marge plan to keep on groceries while paying only around
they Christmas time last year,Mona almost every day and pick up their "Companies are just dying to give refunding since it has proved to be $20 in taxes. Eight buggies full will
Tide buy products" occupied with preparing her "trash"from people who save wrap- stuff away if you buy their such a financial help and is a lot of certainly keep the Nugents and
user, for the holidays so Marge pers for them and spend hours on the products," says Mona. fun as well. Mona's husband calls Marge from getting too hungry any
got I'll a good" over more of the refunding. "I phone talking about refunding while Mona and Marge say they would her the "Coupon Kid,"and although time soon. _
buy it. had a partial file set up and I they file things in box after box filled
Marge liv gardening."I spred out more. It turned into a with wrappers and coupons.
son Is home I time job," she says.
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forces. Mona hours per week in recent mon- refunding magazines where people LAKE CHEVY-OLDS "Your Country Gator Auto
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Mona on her she refunding.spends 12-16 hours per purposes.in local Many stores forms, but can others be pickedup are Store" sez: This Ain't No Bull, WE WON'T BE

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retired and can never get enough of it." vouchers for free food and other
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