Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01576
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 16, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01576
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Increasing cloudiness today, Thursday, November 16 will SINCE 1879
Pnng some rains this morning ana afternoon, and may extend\ into
tomorrow morning with clearing skies and cooler temperatures

1' Friday. Inside... ... ... .. ...
High temperatures Friday in the high 60s will not rise much II M .aa. *.a..8.*.I-., .
above the morning lows in the mid 60s with lows Saturday down to SECTION At 14 'a5.. **", ", N" IF *** If
Pie low 40s. The cooler temperatures will hold through Saturday Hard Now. .. .. ... .... .,1-3: rA'I //\Ie J ; *_ I-
With a slight warming trend starting Sunday Idltarlal..A t t I 11"/, n FI- ...10.6',1: 1

Above normal temperatures in Alaska and Northwestern Canada Social . ... ... .. . .*A "NEWS! YOUNG .00001/1
indicate that warmer temperatures can be expected to return to School N.w... .. . .. . .*A /Ltl'l, n/- L I ef'RRY
our area by next week. Aroa Now... . . .7.V.12-14A II e" M*..x /: I 'i Z ry p k

The moon was full Monday,and will reach the fourth quarter this Sport.. . .. . .. ..s.t, 12A ,. OF FLORID .
IIiIII" 1.3"
NpSunrise Nov. 20. 1 N E.oV R' I
today was at 6:55: and will set at 5:33: the daylength Is lOh SECTION Si 11 Fog. The Sweetest Strawberries ILl..E,"
511" Ar.a N.w.. . .. .1.3s.6.5S *-l h
Gainesville's record temperatures for November 15 are a high oi Crlm. N.w... . .. S.4.S.1JS 110th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cent. _. 3i.61 1
S* in 1906 and a low of 30 in 1968. Oblluorlo. .. . . . 7.111 18th Issue Thursday, November 16. 1989 USVS 062-700 -

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Worth Santa Fe Lake Dwellers Join Fight for Appraisal ReformsFaced I

NotingNotlco. with tax bills that have lakefront owners told horror stories to Bradford County's proposed issue on a referendum ballot, but three percent cap on appraisal In-
doubled, tripled, or even quadrupledthis of tax increases in some cases rising assessment of $100 on each Wilkinson says they will be shooting creases in any one year, and an
year, a fired-up group of Santa from $600 to $3,300; $1,900 to $5,100; household for certain services for 400.000, signatures to be on the alternate plan of placing a permanent -
pdbUt, \ ... Fe Lake property owners are joining and $1,000 to $3.000. In a majority of because it falls equally on each property safe side. cap on appraisals on homes
forces with a statewide organization cases taxes had doubled. Appraisalson owner. But they disapproved Rep. Crady agreed that changes in owned by persons 65 years of age or
Vttlto for all who had their tires Save Our Homes, Inc., to the lake rose from $145 per front of valorem tax increases because the guidelines were necessary to older.
sJJ\ tier' and windshields busted. If amend guidelines currently used by foot to $450."There 40 percent of Bradford County remove the threat to Rep. Irvine said there was a feel-
how V# Interested in finding out county property appraisers for taxing are people who told me homeowners pay no taxes. owners on fixed incomes, property ing in Tallahassee that the relief for
VV W>" stop them, run an ad inn purposes. they will be Forced to sell their Wheels were put in motion to con not pay their taxes. He announced elderly residents might be un-
y; yVMf's i Telegraph. We can Meeting last Friday night with homes because they're on fixed in- tact Kenneth Wilkinson. Lee County plans to amend the guidelines by In- constitutional, but added that she
SIAl' U\e legislators George Crady and comes and can't afford to pay their property appraiser, who was In- troducing a joint resolution to would support capping assessment
Chance Irvine, Bradford County taxes" Hill said in his opening strumental in organizing Save Our change the constitution, which increases if a transfer fee were add-
B11,\'f 5a1.... Commissioner Joe Riddick, Alachua remarks. "I don't believe our Homes, Inc., and obtain the would require a three-fifths vote of ed to bring the assessment rate up to
Ar\? Church of God will host a County Commissioner Laveda legislators intended to deprive necessary petitions for circulating in approval in both houses. market value upon sale of the pro-
baled!: #ale\ Saturday, Nov. 18, out- Brown, and Santa Fe Lake Dwellers anyone of their home." this area. Statewide, it would re- Crady said that two plans are perty.
sid f W i Ir1n'Pixie, from 8 a.m. to 1 president Harold Hill, aggrieved Others said thev were not opposed quire 350,000 signatures to place the under consideration: one to place a See Page 9A

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QftAr% can be taken for baked $100

!.09J.c\t, that time. Call 964-8583 or

CM' ''4th Car Wash...

\ tyVch car wash will be held Is Money
SatdtdvY, Nov. 18 on the Community -
ty st4ify parking lot, 9 a.m.unj .
!K,7 Proceeds go to Victory
Re\AM J Center of Heilbronn Spring Needed
j* 1 r 'Ir'
troth.. 4" out!

C W f Walk Slated... Now?

ft( dord County will hold its 2ndanlaI'l
\ CHOP walk Sunday, Nov.
Butter Rahn
19, 1 b 1 ming at 2 p.m. on the Santa by
SCT Staff Wrlt.rStarke
Fe tit *% parking lot. J
Councilman Travis Woods
H ytiti} tvouldlike to participate in said "I'm not convinced vou need
the sIjcinS, call Rev. Jerry Patton $100" in reference to Bradford com-
f>KMV2S6 or 964-7937. If you x' it missioner's request for an interlocal
canjt it t rvelk, sponsor someone who s agreement, allowing the county to
can assess Starke residents.
Prc ed9 go to reduce world Woods isn't alone. Since the
huA "(\ With one fourth of the funds special assessment was announced,
rell\1t"it'i In i Bradford County. many people have asked why the
county needs additional funds when
T"A,*'$llylng... reappraisals and new constructionhave

A WVal! thanksgiving service fattened county coffers.In .
will ( H !ld. at First Presbyterian the past year new Construction
ChlV 411. Sittjday, Nov. 19, at 7 p.m. added $6.12 mi 'n .to me tax' rolls
and reappra ted' !another
Sev f J denominations are
cock t-At'og in thrf service, and $41.67 millio al of $47.79
million in ed
eve /!Jf15\ i invited to attend.Auxiliary. assessments.Last county

Ht -tlt l ... totaled year$216.55 the million.county This assessments year the

, Drtf\: Host of the Cancer Care total is $264.33 million.
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If commissioners had retained
\ t>e guest speaker at the
t.t'IY.JM Hospital Auxiliary XI' ,.. last year's millage (7.783 mis.), the
meQI1hQ, \Monday, Nov. 20, at 6:30: increase asseKsnvent-would have increased
p.rft.. \tft the Western Steer Steak t tax revenues $371.9 thou-
l sand, however taxes on a $100,000
HoagHgfltl I. property would have gone up $778.
rnlng... N+ Commissioners in all of the small
north Florida counties have long felt
st Mtf Missionary Baptist \ the $25,000 exemption is unfair,
Chinch WUJ\ old an Annivecsaary allowing something like 40 percentof
and ltVcoming\ (/ Sunday, Nov. 26, the people to escape ad valorem
beg ? >Jgg at 11 a.m. taxes. Special assessments, con-
SeAjfte will be conducted by +t nected directly to user fees bring all
Rev, S l 1'ndter Bright and Antioch Remembering Our Veterans... households into the tax fold, and
Fret {(1 H ftuptist Church of DeLand.
allow whose holdings exceed
A large crowd gathered at the Veteran's memorial In Starke taxpayers

C4G1/: / Field Tour... Saturday for Veteran's Day ceremonies. Councilman$25,000, to be Woods taxed a little both less.
In the picture above, members of the Bradford Commandry vie \A' 1iKnlght's says
N,* devil;: field will host a tour t assessments, the $75 solid waste
of tV IftSe.: Saturday, Nov. 18, with Templar form a walkway with swords raised high In silent ? + 't assessment and the $100 jail and
touty hglnning at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., salute as Vietnam veteran Leon Thomas, at left, and Leona Royals, \,. emergency medical service assess-
and iVr* each lasti! >g about one widow of W.W. II, prepare to place: wreaths at the memorial on U.S. ment, which totals $175, is a "little
hou*, \0e9 will to' the base with 301. I f much.
gue t*, Vetting\ the Alight line to seethe hi the picture at right: W.W. II Veteran Harrington Chandler of .. During 1989, Property Appraiser
\0 Hornet and S-3 Viking r Jimmy Alvarez reviewed property
\f! / Starke salutes during the National Anthem. t values the bring
throughout county,
fl&te"!! bh \es.TNA Is member of American Post 314.Photos fine with
grill be the fin \ Saturdaytour Harrington a Legion ; P' ing property appraisals in
Of J9W.!\\ The number of guests ,1'tr market value, in compliance with
Florida Statutes.
will p\ Whited to the number of
seat pliable\ on the bus. Reser- Alvarez said it was a "big year"for
vatlnAg fie required. For informa- 4 reappraisals, and next year his
stafff will be at older
tion residential sections of Starke. Lake

Job\ Corp'... Brenda Bav/ek ; See Page 3A

Y AA Alen and women ages 16 -
21, thW. About joining the Job -
Corfc 9, f''fee Job training, self-paced

GEE fcAigrftm, learn a skill and Commissioners Over Reversal of Legal Opinion I
earn Awr flI\1 while you learn. For Anguish
moi W0hnation\ contact Irene

Florid Peak.C9,Johnson JtW: S. First at Job St.Service, Lake City of by Buster Rahn '!'he commission met In specialsession City: Attorney Terence Brown told County Attorney Reggie Flynn. Ing that remark the Starke council
756MM33.rVVt ICT StaH Wrlt.r Monday, Nov. 13, to reviewits the Starke council several days ago According to commissioners turned down the Interlocal agree-
H.*ff call (904) Bradford commissioners were options in view of the new that he and Attorney Kopelousos had Flynn never told them an interlocal ment in a 4-1 vote.

Core... visibly upset to find communicationshad development. Orange Park At- discussed the issue, and agreed that agreement was essential, but rather
pay broken down between them and torney, John Kopelousos met with an Interlocal agreement is that "it Is the safest way to go." What to do...?
Fri J0y care for 3-4 year olds is their attorney, Reggie Flynn, con- the board, and advised them the necessary for the assessment to be In the Monday meeting, commissioners Commission Chairman Wilbur
avatobk fn most private pre- cerning the$100 special assessment, assessment cannot be enforced in in- valid inside city limits. At the time berated Flynn for letting Waters opened the meeting by say-
school* \\It Starke. For more Infor- and city residents cannot be re- corporated areas unless an agree- the two attorneys talked,Kopelousos them tell Starke councilmen that ing "Starke has turned us down,
maq\ Schppl\ toerd Office, ph. 964-6800. without an interlocal agreement. councils. directly, but was in contact with approval," Tuesday.Nov. 7. Follow-

M4f't1 tjl.t Bazaar... .

TJ ".VMt\; United Methodist AttolneyCheclling ,
Chuiv*) VU hold its annual bazaar, r 1
WeoVs&y, Nov. 15, 3:30-8: p.m.,
and ittysday, Nov. 16, 9 a.m. to 2
.m.X, Fellowship Hall on N. Ti
Walt\ \

H.Ip Want.d...

The 19V fl Christmas Parade Com- Lawtey
mitM < ked by Steve Futch is
BolicitlU funds to pay the liabWtyIns
*'V& premium required by the Recordsby
De (debt of Transportation.
(iA year DOT has re-
qulr1d 1I which costs $850 Buster Rahn
for tA Alta 4ay event. ICT StaH Writer
If you\ endeVr, please call Steve, Ph. week that the State Attorney's
96442 0 vf the Chamber of Com- office is looking Into a number of
me, t\. 864-5Z7.-'Sou help is checks issued by the Lawtey clerk's
needUp office,alledgedly without council ap-

proval.The .
\ ''nSl." checks, totaling approximately
PttpV Actings scheduled In the $1,500, were drawn for vacation
com\jllt\ are; and overtime pay for City Clerk
.S\1" CitY Council meeting set Queenie Robinson, and signed by
for JeI f. Nov. 21, at 7:30: p.m., Lawtey Finance Chairwoman Laura
In hlU, Harris.
BA.# County School Board Mayor Rosier said he requested an
meek febeduled for Monday, audit of the town's financial records
NOV, fi !IA Administration Building by Davis Monk Farnsworth and Co.,
on N 1-AtAple Ave. a local CPA firm. Upon completionof
.ByAdttl County Zoning Board, the audit, a letter of finding was >f v
scheduled tA meet Tuesday, Nov. sent to Rosier.
28, The letter was turned over to the One More for the Road... Fr.i loft: dead '
Stja zon1ng.BBoamting another to right) Eppa Linda Lan'Aunt Cia",* The Popcorn Lady
State Attorney for his consideration.State Thl hardworking crew of coneeMlon tUnd workers uU goodbye to
set & tit \ rwail Nov. 30, at 7 Attorney Len Register said season Friday night a* BUS played their final hone game of the ceawn la front Karat Pmrdy, Dot SbaoMM.Ton Crawford and Norma Walnuky.Notplctare
(0 Ctt *Marian..._Bee YM Next aeIc
p.m., See Pap SA of an overflow crowd rappoticn.


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Straight A Students at Hampton Elementary School...

Students making straight A's on their report cards Matilda Rhoden. Amanda Flanagan Brian LoU Brad
for the first six weeks grading period at Hampton Muse Christopher Schmidt. Paul Turner and Mandy
I Elementary School are shown above. (I to r): Heine.
: it Front row, (grade 1): Charlene Clifton Renee Ford
} Emily Genest,Brandy Johnson.Paul Jones Brian McThird row Nina Contois,Detrla Ford Alibhla lIayes,
i Clellan Christina Meng, Samara Prevatt, Chad James Wartluft,Chaslty Jones Angela Meng,Clay AT-
/ft Rhoden Rachel Smith David Stone and Harriet they Jason Lovell Amanda Rowland and Vicki Hutto.
"\lour/ phone's'hooked : ,.; Waldron. Brandl Gatlin, Crystal Murphy, Marcus Affron and
..Second row (grade Z)I Justin Hart, Jeremy Gates. Daniel Davis were absent.

upalready? Commissioners Anguish... From page 1A

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cities (Brooker and Hampton),they Commissioner Ross Chandler 30 percent of the anticipated revenue
You just moved haved said.'No,we won't go with It.' said, "We're getting the cart before will be lost if city residents are exempt
What are we going to do now?" the horse. Where are we legally?" from the assessment, leaving
in today!" Waters went on to say the county Attorney Kopelousos said,"I don't approximately$575,000 Income from
a l r does not want to cut off services to think you can collect in the city county taxpayers, not enough to
the municipalities, but if county without an interlocal agreement. cover the shortfall.
residents pay the assessment, city Can you withhold services?" Kopelousos asked, "How do you
residents should also pay. Kopelousos pointed out that some _See Page VIA

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Cabin Chasis Turbo

1989 Dodge Daytona 5-9CUmmlngsDiesel$16 500."

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'7r ro Was$13,900 ,

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carried upstairs. is i Y r 'A tI 1990 B-350 Dodge Maxi Wagon

Mark?. ." .. '15 Pass.,People Mover,Front&Rear Air, ,AT PB,PS

Ir. $17,999" *

'.': .' .:...':". 1989 Eagle Premier i IX I

', "rl" Jeep,Wrangler Door Sedan PBPS,Air, A: PW AM/FM Cass,
Classic Black,5 Sp.,(OD, Cast Alum Wheels **
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Speed Calling. Maintenance and Equipment. Just a few Time up on Winter Coolant & Transmission

of life's necessities from Centel. Call us for details. Chrysler Products Tune Up Tune Up
4 cyl. $34.95 Radiator Flush; Fluid,Filter,and'Minor
1 Gal.Anti Freeze Adjustments

CENV/EL 8 6 cy cyl.. $44.95$48.95: 21.95_ $34.95

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November<< 16, 1989 TKLKGhAPH Page3A

Blaze Damages One of Starke's Historic Houses on Walnut Street

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., ,,. ::1 A large two-story colonial style Originally built around 1900 by Ed-
.tl', ;. :; .>, home, dating back to 1900,was badly ward P. (Eddie) Duncan, an officerof
damaged by fire and water early the old Bradford County Bank,the
last Saturday morning at 327 N. property has changed hands several
Walnut Street, the residence of Mr. times over the years. The longest
and Mrs. Charles Hardy. period of occupancy was by the
The Starke Fire Department Eugene S. Matthews family who
responded to a call at 3 a.m., when purchased the house in 1927 and re-
flames, apparently starting in the tained ownership until 1960 when It
attic, were seen coming through the was sold to Charles Hardy after the
roof. The fire was brought/ under death of Mr. and Mrs. Matthews.
control,with damage confined most- Among the previous owners were
ly to the upstairs rooms, although William C. and Florence Canova
r. water damage was severe Powell who purchased it in 1919, but
1 i throughout the house. The Hardyswere lived there only three years due to
'' asleep upstairs at the time,but the early death of Mr. Powell from
escaped unharmed. pneumonia in 1922. It was then sold
r + Cause of the fire has not been to Harry B. Ford.
m ?', determined, and it is reported that by the Matthews
;y t w MST' ti the house had Just been rewired, was extensively
with the installation of central heat the installa-
,. and air. The loss was covered by In- WhIPurChaSed columns in front,
ly surance, and the owners plan to by the
t- F restore it throuehout

pot.ot.a0og.aram..e soralaooao.

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X-RAYS (if necessary) FREE .
1 0 This is my way of returning some of, all that has been .
R given to me in 1989. O


0 This service is valued regularly at: Exam-$25.00, 0

X-Rays-$15.00 to $70.00 value Adlustment-$25.00, .

/ Therapy-$10.00. 0

VV ln Street 1329 N.W. 16thAve. (corner of 13th St & 16th Ave.) 0
, Home Badly Damaged... 0 call for an appointment: By appointment only .

Fire almost totally destroyed the gabled roof and gutted upstairs rooms The entire Interior was severely damaged by fire and water,but will be U (904) 372-1918 Good thru Nov. 21, 1989 .
of this colonial-style home at 327 N. Walnut Street early Saturday restored by the present owner Charles Hardy. Decorative white columns 0 ,mrsorncsexaracrevou-na, x,. ' r ,. .
morn- were undamaged. 1.-.z= ::,.:::..,:::=,. ",r.:
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he will present the matter to a Brad- ;
ford County grand jury, which was
empaneled this week.
Register was quoted as saying, i, :;:
"We will let the grand jury determine (. -
whether this was just a case of j
miscommunication as to what her
rate of pay should have been, or if L f'I
there was some intent to defraud the 1
city." '
If the allegations are true, Robinson \ A I
could face grand theft charges, '

Register Harris said.has been interviewed as E )I '1ra I A \. I
part of the Investigation Register 7- :, t
said, but declined to comment further -
concerning her involvement in x. ,( I
,: .the case. Now Thru Sa No % 'j .
; Last month Mayor Rosier attempted 'It... n.- ."... .
to get an ordinance passed, setting ".

week the, saying clerk's hours Robinson at 40 hours"never per 4= !'ack'SoftWhte ..SOFTTwHITE t.

works more than 28 hours a week." '
The ordinance did not pass. Light Bulbs .. M.t

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Property Stock bo and saver f,1"1"1 Save energy with envlronmentall -safe
"ICTIIC urethane foam sealant in a can. Easy-
Assessments. 41l72&- to-use applicator ipcluded. 12-oz.
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front property owners were jolted 51IPEB roue flutes
with assessments increasing
substantially. s SPECIAL Avhk""" S 95S i
County commissioners had to increase b 0 nous ,
tax revenues to cover Increased
costs of operating the Jail
and salaries of constitutional of aY
ficers.County employees,other than ,
# o !>l..h
officers l.did not receive a raise, Y A:.wh.i.' :
although the county did pick up an .j
additional $43 thousand in health Insurance 1.. x
costs.Commissioners. ",4ift' [ '
had two options to .
raise the money, increase tax '. .'t' 'p,
,' lit. '
millage to ten mills, which would .\ .',("./< Jr.i "," "
have dealt a terrible blow lake

dwellers,or reduce millage and levy pelonls Disc Furnace POLY-TKH Fllmgard (J.K\fO fjl STIRLING FAUCETOQ Master;

an The assessment.millage was reduced by ...... Powerful 1500W pure ceramic' disc Plastic; Sheeting CPVC Tubing Lavatory Faucet 1Y" Padlock
mills, to 6,527 mills. Starke Mayor heater produces 5200 btu s. Smaller !W x to'cold or hot water. Made of No-drip washertess faucet. Chrome
Vernon Silcox said his ad valorem than a 5 cube. Heats even the largest 10 x 25'x 3 mil. thick. Strong co"ollion-resislant vinyl In copper finish 5-year drip-free limited mfr. 4-pin tumbler lock has dual steel
decreased from the rooms,Thermostat control maintains polyethylene film. Black or cear. r jjires 50005,7 warranty. 06072.82 lever to lock both sides of shackle.
taxes actually "
selected temperature. Exceptionally MH781.0 Included.#30
prior year, but he is in a minority."' $ 49 2 brass keys
w-J", A person owning a home assessedat 1 $4999
$50,000 will pay about the same inad
valorem taxes, under ,either, $1ir$399 h-,0'2 99 29 99 $399
system. with Pop-Up
:. County Clerk Ray Norman's staff -
< 1s closing out last year' records and
final departmental cost records are
not available. In the next few weeks, '
the Telegraph will review the current II
budget with 1963-89 departmental .. ,J J'j
costs, and try to explain the need : .

for adc\.ltlonal.fwul.:\ .. :. '. .:,, t. ,: t:
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,All Shares Sold .,: s .;.-r.r ... ..,.
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For New Bank fE1MmRt.
32Gal.Roughneck9 "tf1llU" :DC SEIri(I. ttlR. Aluminum
Bradford Bankshareii, Inc. an- Sts'All Trash Can Shelf Bracket < Aluminum Door Closer Oxide Sandpaper
nounces it has been successful In ; Adhesive Toughest'most' durable trash container 10" x 12" Improved stronger tip For use on right or left.hand screen Contaln: fine 2 medium and 1
'_ closing out the sale of stock for the Easy to use, safe won't,bond to skin. available' Endures sub-zero design Fits standard "lumber width. storm or combination. doors Fits, of sandpaper .Use on
'. ..: First National Bank !of Bradford Works on porous and non-porous temperatures and steam cleanings. Gray. #797BQ regular or narrow bracket. Positive plastic or composition
I County. The stock offering closed surfaces. NonIoxlc.E650 Lid locks In odors. Chocolate color. locking device holds door open. 5-yr. )'
Wednesday, Nov. 13. well over the #2894 591'1I warranty JM05AL-C
target amount of $3.5 million. J"
Chairman Guy Andrews and $149 $119912"K14"79 $499
President Alan D. Hetzel, with other *
organizers, wish to thank the community per pack
Indicated ,
for the strong support

by stock purchses.' ..,.
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Many men who had the sometimes
terrifying experience of an unpopularwar \
in Vietnam have let it rule their .;
lives but not Wayne Hardee, 41-year-
old veteran who is now proprietor of an .
expanding taxidermy business at his
home-shop near Highland.

fS An ambushed land mind, placed by -
the Vietcong cost him his right leg,amputated I '
.._ just above the knee,and almost
cost his left leg which is still threatenedby

II I embedded gangren in from it. But pieces Hardee of still shrapnel has a \\L.: j

I positive outlook on life which he enjoys \
I with his attractive wile and helpmate, ,.

., Kathy daughter., and their two sons and a i_ \T

I II More than a hundred pieces of
shrapnel,from half dollar to nickel size,
were embedded in his body, and some
have never been removed. His right
arm and hand were badly torn, but
/ judging by his skill at taxidermy,you'd
never know it.
,," < At the invitation of Veterans Officer
:::.1:4.-\: ; "',, Bill Haas, Hardee told his upbeat storyto
;. '> ., Starke Rotarians last week, receiving -
t'l.>6V-.o-!'!' \I'-Y-O: { .. a standing ovation from the
membership as he left the room on crut-
&S1W" > a&fer

& & &$ \ & j ches.Without any indication of the frustra-

tion or bitterness that has marred the Deer Mounts Are Popular .
Big i One 7a Didn't Get Away post-war years of some Vietnam Wayne and chief helpers, Frank Sequin and Sandra Grmu. begin Preparing
veterans, Hardee said, "I really didn't shipment of deer heads Just received from Texas. It's their busy season.
Wayne llai dee and wife, Kathy,show 81-inch sword fish mount that hangs as a showpiece in the know what the flag meant to me until I
living room at their home and taxidermy shop near Highland. saw it go through battles almost torn to
at Doctors In-
the Marines. He held the rank"of Cor- busy opening another one
shreds-then see it at daylight still there
, and
marina, between Middleburg
\ ,. waving. I knew then that it stands foreverything poral, in charge of a squad of 11 men,

Ein.l' {()'mrA, L'S: : \: that somehow that, no is matter good in what America the cost and, who blast were that all he was wounded,and had in the to same evacuatedby mine home Orange, a stone's Park. throw His oak-shaded from which his shop brick, is
a showcase for his work, speaksfor
I, ( it must be kept waving." helicopters.
several awards in
itself. He has won
'\ Hardee was finally dismissed from
Wayne's only disappointment after 30-state( competition,including a second
returning to the U.S. after being in the hospital on the afternoon of August place in fish mounts, and third place in
Bradford Commission Sailingin hospitals half way around the world for 22, 1969, and was married that night in big game heads.In .
months, was when the plane full of the Clay Hill Baptist Church to Kathy
wounded landed "and we saw crowds Carter,to whom he was engaged beforehe spite of his serious handicaps
which have been a source of great
left for Vietnam.He
Uncharted Waters there on the ground..we thought they
discomfort and intense pain to him over
had come to welcome us back home, learned taxidermy at Middleburgand
/I the past two decades, Wayne has none
but they weren't cheering they were by taking a correspondence course of the bitterness and resentment whichis
I The Bradford County commission the-$25,000 homestead exemption, beingin jeering and calling us names." But from Northwestern College. It is his often attributed to Vietnam veteransin
even with that rowdy reception, he avocation as well as occupation, his
4iot itself in movies and books.There is
collective foot in definitelyno
propos- favor of the tax, but Attorney
didn't let it get him down, although he hobby as well as his livelihood, and he about
ifrg the $100 special assessment. Kopelousos summed it up very well admits "drinking pretty bad" for a takes great pride in the work that he chip on his shoulder and ex-
in Vietnam, he
egardless of the fairness of the tax the while when remembering something and his two time Frank periences agrees
when he said, "By their failure to come long employees, with the old familiar saying that "thereare
heed for the money or the good cause itfill forward and support the special he'd rather try to forget. He also admitsto Sequin and Sandra Griffin turn out.His no atheists in fox holes".
"doing things in Vietnam that "satisfaction guaranteedl
\' fund,"every indicator has signaled assesssment, they have said 'no' to the were wrong some, and I'll have to live with please his customers since his policy business must, "They told us we were there to fight
go slow. assessment." the rest of my life." He'd be the first to in which Judd Fulmer of Hilliard is a Communism, and that's what we did to

5 In the months following their decision Kopelousos offered advice to both the agree with Sherman's remark that silent partner, is rapidly expanding. the best of our ability," he says. "I am
"War is hell". to the of "
not one judge meaning war.
8 b levy the assessment, commissioners county and municipalities, saying both Hardee now has 41 pickup points He is content in the belief that he did
Hardee who has been a crack shot along the Atlantic coast from Fernan-
evaded questions by saying entities should to resolve the
cooperate since served what was expected of him,as long as he
boyhood as a sniper with dina through South Carolina is
lave cross that bridge when we get to dilemma, otherwise both are doomed. was physically able.

The Starke council was less than

I They have now arrived at the bridge. gracious in its treatment of the county

I In the first public hearing, which was commissioners, and has little reason to Red Horse Squadron Brings AF Presence to, Camp I

aborted for lack of space in the cour- pat itself on the back. It, too, had to

froom, commissioners should have seen raise taxes this year to offset an expen- U.S. Rep. Bob Grant promised, Grant

red flag, citing danger ahead. sive lawsuit a few months ago. .!. ', .. and succeeded in bringing more ..."-facility commented,.t>Camp.Blanding on a tour was of high the tain. I have been impressed with the
staff here at
Further confusion has been created federal defense dollars to Camp list because of the Camp Blandingandtheir
onmy uniqeness
The meeting in BHS auditorium was Blanding alnce his election in 1982. r'BaWF'ttMi-tbrrain here ability to use these funds in.an
amaging to the image of the commis- by conflicting opinions-f'rnm "ttnrne$ ;>: tlrd Grant,',winner of the seat.held for 'I"lso: because of the far training role and -,'!"extremely efficient and professional
$ioners, with their failure to field (par for the course) as to the legality of many years by former Rep. Don Fuqua played by the local communities supportive in manner. I can forsee the"military
lementary budget questions. Some the assessment without approval from who was a leading member of this area." presence expanding here steadily in
all municipalities in the county. Unless the House Armed Services Committee The first included the years to come.
project in
eople were left with the feeling that the has the The second included
upheld the strong military project
Starke and Brooker Councils Military Construction Bill
,'missioners were not conversantith Hampton tradition in North Florida by: being a $800,000 for the Air National was $860,000 for new housing units for
the budgeting process. come through with their o.k., the County strong proponent of the military in Red Horse Guard's both officers and enlisted men, but
will be sailing in uncharted waters with decisions on national defense and home at permanent will be paid back in full within the
Meetings with the municipalities no buoys to guide their course.It appropriations.The ditional $370,000 for panning and ad- next four years after savings com-
ithin the county went little better, Military Construction bill design work. pared to the present system are
ignaling lack of communications with now behooves both commissionersand passed by the House in the 1988 ses- The Red Horse Heavy EngineerIng realized. fGroundbreaking
heir counterparts on city councils. councilmen to find common groundin sion included funding for three new Squadron specializes In the ceremonies for
getting Bradford County on its feet. projects at Camp Blanding that quick, mobile repair of bombed out the new barracks were held early in
Poor public relations doomed the already have increased the number 1989.
in times of
runways conflict,and will
f Ian, partly because city councilmennd If the special assesssment fails, the servicemen on the base at any one be the first non-Army Unit to be bas- The services currently pay up to
residents perceive a laxity in the county will be forced to borrow time during the year (outside of ed at Camp Blanding. $200,000 a year for housing in
operating funds, with interest adding regular Annual Training, when The 202nd Civil Engineering Jacksonville motels for troops dur-
budgeting and
process, question thousands of regular service and ing training sessions. This
$50,000 or more to the taxpayers load. Squadron required the errection of appropriation
for additional
runty revenue. guardsmen pour Into the area from buildings, parking lots, utilities and will build two facilities,
/ have taken refuge in Next year, look for ad valorem taxesto all over the country) and make a roads on a 6O-acre area of the Camp one for enlisted men and the other
positive impact on the local for officers.
E increase to ten mills. near Kingsley Lake.
I axpayers.. whose assessments exceed economies of Starke, Middleburgand The mission of the Red Horse "The housing called for in the bill
Keystone Heights. Squadron requires Constant replaces deteriorated and inade-

Valuable Lessons Learned "I'm a firm believer in training in a realistic environment training, seen quate their mobile better homes about which have
days 16
something which years
for Camp Blanding
our ilitary men and women
: and
ago are themselves
I can readily supply."Readiness ex-
I that Is a/ l Holistic as possible and in cess "
is the key word here" property, Rep. Grant said.
from settin with the
a a equipmentthat
Recent Elections ; "This will
will ant Je them to be as readyaspossib.et Rep. Grant said. "The better the and save put men closer to the field

I ,they are: needed,"Rep. and training the fewer, the better we do in combat housing tremendously costs. This in appropriation transportand -
we have to
s At least two
things were learned from should pay for itself after four
l list week's amazing victories by blacks Virginia's lieutenant governor." He years of use."

r i two historical first-time wins a completely upset upset a once

governorship Virginia and generally-held belief that it pays off at

Mayoralty in New York, as well, as other a the polls when a candidate stirs up I County Agent's Notebook By Bobby L.Taylor r I
racial emotions
i important races over the Nation. rather than interest in
constructive issues. died as a result of allergic responses to
The lessons were: The Florida Department of Fire Ant Controlwas fire ant stings, but this is very rare.

1. That blacks Agriculture and Consumer Serviceswill More people die from bee stings, than
can win in politics on The Times continues: "The best news the pesticide heavily relied 'upon fire ant
their own merits without resorting to in the election results was the backlash make AMDRO available at reduced for fire ant control from 1962 to 1977. Fire stings.
to farmers landowners ant mounds in yards,
prices and
ce-based issues and .. in New However, in 1978, Mirex was banned by
; Jersey and Virginia to gutter- the general public on THURSDAY, the Environmenal Protection Agency playgrounds, and recreational areas
2. Negative campaigning can be type politics. Republican Marshall Col-. NOVEMBER 16, 1989 from 8:30 a.m. to because of Mirex residues found In non- are a hazard to children and pets. On
d>ped with by candidates who fight eman was hurt in Virginia when it was 4:00 p.m. at the Agriculture Building target organisms and humans, and the farms, mounds used may cause damage to
revealed that Parking Lot at the Fairgrounds on that it be machinery to harvest crops.In ad-
he hired suspicion might
hick when fake carcinogenic.
unjustly accused if a pollster dition, farm
they em- North U.S.301 in Starke. Costs are$5.00 The imported fire ant laborers may refuse to
jlhasize their own positive programs whose questions and answers spread per pound or $100.00 per 25 pounds. If that is difficult to measure causes in damage dollars. work on land where ants are prevalent
acid qualifications.i falsehoods about Wilder. Tuesday was you have a fire ant problem, take advantage Its painful, burning sting results in because: of the numerous stings that
i The first lesson is also a bad day for Roger Ailes, the of this offer. pustules that may take up to ten days to they could receive. Fire ants
probably the most media consultant who marred the 1988 heal. If broken, the pustule sometimes reduce the yield of farm
important. If heeded, blacks can maker The imported fire ant is a small, ag- become infected. Some exhibitan may crops by feeding on germinating seeds
uch faster in presidential campaign with dirty tac- gressive ant that builds a rounded, allergic reaction to fire people and seedlings. A significant reduction
progress gaining offices ant
tfhere tics on behalf of George Bush. Ailes, somewhat conical nest or mound, often Such a reaction may cause stings. in yield of soybeans has been noted in
mainstream they can accomplish the working for Courter for governor of 2 or 3 feet across. However, in sandy heart attack. A few individuals paralysis have or fields infested with 40 to 50 colonies per.
goals they so much desire New Jersey, and Coleman for soil the mound does not maintain its acre.

defeat fr their I people, rather than go down in Virginia, lost twice. ,When governorof voters .shape.

by overemphasizing divisive begin to punish candidates who run TV There are two species of importedfire

.dither than positive issues.. They must smear commercials, they will get the ants. The black imported fire ant, Lawtey Protester
gain an office before they can ac- cleaner campaigns they deserve.." States ,was imported to the jt.4Letters. I
its United in 1918 or earlier.This ant
goals. now occupies only a small area in A Feels BetrayedDear

fist Gingrich, one of the most par- The election also proved that, while Alabama and northern Mississippi.The ,;. Dear Editor:
conservatives President Bush is still shown to be red imported fire ant, Solenopsis invic- not running for Council (one down).
Republican com- popular in the polls, his coat-tail in- ta, was not imported until about 1940, "When the going gets tough thin tough Although Bill did get a nice fire truck. I
clear sent
'I think was
: a signal and has achieved its remarkable gets Please don't know much about Delbert Jordan
fluence easy. City CoUn-
Americans will vote for the best for state candidates is non- spread in only 40 years. This ant cilmen of Brooker and you Hampton. Vote but if everybody votes for Delbert then
Qualified candidates. There is existent. In the three major races, New presently infests more than 230 million against the $100 assessment: Don't turncoat Bennett would be out (two

omething fundamentally good for this York, Virginia, and New Jersey!'Bush acres in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, follow Lawtey's blunder, it was not the down); Rosier don't have any opposi-
Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North tion. His will be
people speaking. Marvin Rosier sold on ballot but
ountry" in the progress made by actively campaigned for Republican Carolina, South Carolina and Texas. out,Along with Buster Bennett and Bill us not marking an "X" will be a vote
lacks. candidates, and all three lost. Surely Crouse. against him.

; In its editorial comments on the elections this should give his party leaders federal Since 1967, cooperative have been state conductedto and Several weeks ago it seemed like the Now the state wants another 4-5 cents

the St. Petersburg Times said: something to worry about in the upcom- retard programs the spread of fire ants, to City Council of Lawtey was going to a gallon for las. Another> tax for roads
'The narrow victory of Democrat ing .1990 campaigns, although that survey the degree of ant infestations, vote with the wishes of the people, butpersonal with Interlocal agreements. Do
ouglas Wilder as governor of Virginia master of negative campaigning, Mr: and to provide temporary relief to ] feelings overcame their better thinks agreements sotSpeaking count The Governor

ruly was a historic event. In the largest Lee Atwater chairman of the farmers and residents of heavily in- judgement.Commissioner

urnout in Virginia history, Mr. Wilder, Republican National Committee,airily fested area, Ross Chandler started thousands of dollars of roads(gas, tax Lawtey) for roads has

he grandson of slaves, became the first dismissed the Democratic victories a; In the past, regulatory agencies have the the grease others.job Then on Rosier us then sold re-greased us out and by and I aU we let t is ungraded streets with

lack American to be elected governor mere "local races" which had no na- been involved with efforts to control or stuck it to u.. Hosier's feelings for the IIole-to-bole limerock and dust so bad
)f any state. He did it by running as asoftspoken tional significance. Better take 4 second eradicate the red imported fire ant In people in the county is no excuse. *you can't. breathe. Go ahead and kill us
n moderate politician who look, Mr( Atwater. Mr. Ailes might also various areas of the southeastern Maybe he should loin the county, fw ain'tgolng to vote for you
> Maybe a lawsuit will
United States. The pesticides heptachlor "cause he ; change
for the office 'consider sure ain't looking out for
had prepared by serving toning down his us your mind
negative campaign --: and dieldrin were used to con- In the city." about our breathinC. Don't
well in the state Senate and as tactics in the future. trol fire ants from 1957 to 1962. Mirex cant It outl-
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nal wJn..Clark To WftJ Mathew. ( Aaron ) ...Lindsey Michelle Solze

'! .announcements vatt' Mrs. Jerald D. Baldwin! of .puke* Richard and Carol Solze of Starke
tftY'pr announce the Sn of announce the birth of a daughter,
!Engagements 'Wei ings their daU hter MUien Ann, ? to Mr.and Mrs. Bruc{ Dukes of Wor- Lindsey Gainesville Michelle, born Ibs.Aug.8 W in
Soda! FAitar Ttloma. enneb weighing oz.
!n of Mr. Uthl.. Oft Sprinis. ore. pleased to anourtee Maternal
bi MI'I.Thomas c.Clark o. tI birth of their grandparents are Mr.
Meetings Parties Hampton. son
964-4036 Lake. fathvw Aron.A and Mrs. Glen Brown of Micanopy.
The wedding', pl'M" born Fl. Great grandparents are Mr. and
rp was on Tuesday
on "an. ao at Oil I$apptimst November tat Alachua General Mrs. John Young of Phelan, Calif.
xx- Church of Waldo. A >> Hospital.' He weighed 7 12 Great great grandmother is from
hold .
following ? Upland, Calif.Paternal
11 f fl ceremony will and
{ ounces i wo ft inches long at
at the church
fellowship hail. All >lrth. grandparents are the
M4rG friends and relatives| aro lvttod to late Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Solze of
attend. Maternal Grandparents are Mr. Sycamore, Ohio.
The .n J Mrs Carllon NesSmith of Wor-
BHS. and 11980ggrtaduate of SsntaVe thlnaton Springs. Maternal Great- ...Shane Daniel ParmenterJ.D.
Community College and Is y MiWfsmiU. ; ere Mr. and Mrs. (Danny) and Deborah S.
attendllll The Urtvwsity onJSft* ugh Jkhopnover of Knoxville. Parmenter of Starke announce the
Florida. ,.1011., PMtrlte Farless of birth of a son, Shane Daniel, born
Mr.&Mrs.Steven Wade Leks 8vtlorPaternal' Oct. 10 In Alachua General Hospital.He .
EderfieW WallaceTo weighed 8 Ibs. 4 1/2 oz. and
Wed ;!Grandparents are Mr. measured 22 inches. He joins a half-
Kite-Wade sister, Meaghan Parmenter, 41/2
and Mrs. B. Dukes of Worthington -
MeL Beatrice Stansell
Married Nov. 3 announce Springs and Ms. Maggie years.Paternal.
the of her
engagement daughter of Lauderdale. grandparents are Henry
Dukes Fort PaternalE'.ndparenta
Dotty Kite and Steve Wade were Miss Mail Ederfield to Jim are Mr. and and Barbara Parmenter of Starke
married Nov. 3 at 11 a.m. at the Wallace, son of George and Sandy of Wor- and the late Louise Parmenter.
home of the bride. Phillips of Jacksonville. Maternal grandparents are Elmer
Their pastor, Rev. Roman Millie'Is a graduate of BHS.Jim U and Margaret Sirmons of
Alvarez, married them in the an employee qf LYJ'I"a DrywaU. Gainesville
of their Immediate The wedding Is planned for Nov.19
families.presence at the home of the bride-elect.

Matron of Honor was Denise :
Rhoden, sister-in-law of the bride. Starke Church of Cod Fill' Fry!' Gospel Sing Three GenerationsQuilt
the Best man was Glenn Wade,father of Selling Dinners tot for Nov.' 18 at WalMartA
bridegroom. For Expense ; River
3 Dotty is the daughter of the late W. .NfW New Congregational grandmother, her daughter and
C. and Minnie Rhoden and is The Starke Church of God will be Methodist Church will host a fish fry grandaughter were among the
cafeteria manager at BMS. selling fish dinners Saturday, Nov. ally '"PP' 1*|ng Saturday Nov. 18. quilters at the Wal-Mart Quilting
Mr.&Mrs. Jones
Phillip Steve is the son of Glenn and Mar IS,from 11 a.m.103 p.m.The church class. There were 38 present and an
jorle Wade and is assistant manager is located at 423 N.St. Clair St. 6upper wUl be served from H:30 enjoyed cutting, sewing and fun.
at Bryan's Ace Hardware.Mrs. Dinners will consist. of mullet fish m.: inging will begin at 7 p.m. The next classes will be Nov. 16 and
Wed Alma Spivey was an out of grits baked beans, cole ,slaw veryo"invited to come and enjoy 30, and Dec. 7 and 14 at 10 a.m. until
JonesButler town guest, and is the grandmotherof hiuhpuppies, tea or coffee. Cost U eh evonnj'( of felJow.hlp.' noon.
the groom. $3. adult'l lUG for children. i I. The class is learning the basics
After a trip to St. Augustine, the I be extra. Delivery sor* I about the three layers of a quilt.
couple will reside in Starke. vices available. Call 9W-WW. The goal is to have the item com-
In Starke Oct. 15Phillip pleted with each person having theira
completed quilt by Dec. 14.
W.T. Weeks -
Andrew Jones and Mary ring ceremony with approximately UDC to Meet Chapter Nov. 20 re w < pJ '_ w
Ann Butler, both of Starke, were 25 persons attending.The The W.T. Weeks Chapter, United :
married Sunday Oct. 15 at 7 p.m. in couple went to St. Augustineon Daughters of the Confederacy, will
a home ceremony at the home of the a short honeymoon. Phillip and meet on Monday, Nov. 20, at the Turkoiogjy
brides mother, Mrs. Gladys Renger- Mary both work for the State of home of Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber, .
ing, on Morgan Road. Florida and will reside in Starke. 561 E. Lakeview Drive, Keystone "do ,.. y' .

.A reception followed? the double Heights at 2 p.m.BOURBOMSCAHADIAMS Contest: 1 r= .

Win a Turkey for Thanksgiving'

Rules: Each space below represent* eome
business firm pf Bradford County, Uw the
scrambled letters and arrange them to spell
the firms name EXACTLY using all the I t -,
letters and punctuation marks To enter this '
( -- contest The first two persons submitting th
correct or nearest correct answer before 12 I
noon on Monday. November SO. will be -- '
awarded a turkey for Thanksgiving. (Previous k ..

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rage 6A TELEGRAPH November 18, 19119

Southside Elementary NOTICE OF iID

I News The Bradford County, Board of County
bids on Monday,
i Commissioners, will open ;sealed ;
December 4 1989 at 10:00 A.M. In the County
Calendar for November F ,
.I Nov.22-24:Thanksgiving Holidays from McDonald's: Kindergarten, /< \ r Commissioners Meeting Room, Bradford County
Nov. 29: Report Cards Home Cassie Lee, Brent Johnson, Ben ',,\" O'1Dea, Courthouse, for the purchase of the following
The Thanksgiving holidays are Safer, Keith Collins. ; Frame House located at 384
described :
quickly approaching and we'd First Grade: Bryan Van Camp, property door to the
give Thanksgiving baskets to needy Kayla Davis Pamela Callan, Can- North Cherry Street, Starke, FL, next
families in our community. We're trelle Josey, kevin Becker. Environmental Health Office. House has three(3)
asking that each child bring an item Second Grade: Pamela Reddish, with 1,680 total square footage.
(canned goods, detergents, dried Rachael Bunker, Jamie Sweat, bedrooms, onel bath
food items, etc.) to be placed in the Jessica Baker. 1' "f Condition: Fair. It is also noted that the removal of
baskets. You may send your dona- :Third Grade: Jessica Mallicoat, t I ;1 f. 1 t r,, the House will be at the expense of the awarded
tion to your child s teacher. Bxooke Whaley Bryan Gunther,
We'd like to thank you In advancefor Renee Sanford, Nicholas Tomlinson, bidder.
making Thanksgiving holidays Ryan Lee.Fourth.
special for so many families. Grade: Zarah Lutz, For further information or questions regardingthis
Kindergarten classes tomorrowwill Kimberly Thornton, Steven Brown, any Rubin at the Bradford
be working together Jo prepare Mary Griffis Eddie Baker. bid, please contact Dr.
their Thanksgiving dinner. Fifth Grade: Letitia Clark, Mar- 4 County Health Department (904) 964-6280 Ext. 274.
Kids of the Month for October quita Griffis, Jeremy Scott, David All bids must be sealed and can be mailed or hand
receiving a burger, fries, and Coke Brown. i
of Court P.
Y..' f delivered to the Bradford County Clerk ,

O. Drawer B Starke, FL 32091, before the

tr .1I aforementioned date and time.
I Recycling ProgramAt .11. !

Starke Woman's ClubMrs. 100 Yrs.Young!

Diann Douglas Norton was "When Johnny Comes Marching
the Home" and "Anchors Aweigh", to
speaker at the monthly meetingof
the Woman's Club held at the remind members of Veterans Day Wilson To Celebrate WILBUR L WATER,CHAIRMAN RAY NORMAN
and the memorial service to be held
the topic of recycling. This is a compulsory Saturday, Nov 11.
law in some localities now Mrs. R.A. Green, Jr., Woman's 100th with FriendsThe
and will soon be an issue in Bradford Club president, conducted the Birthday
County. Mrs. Norton showed slides business meeting.The .
statistics the head table was covered with a
1 giving on waste -
our countrY.. we all neeato nrpolemin white lace cloth and the centerpiecewas 100th birthday celebration for whose office was located across
recognize the problem in our own a brown ceramic cornucopiafilled Mrs. Dee Wilson will take place at from the old Mitchell Drug Store
lices by using packaging of productswith with russet and yellow the Pleasant Valley Care Center on site.Called
the least waste m material and chrysanthemums,backed with a fan Saturday, Nov. 18. A private "Aunt Dea" by her many
learn now to intelligently deal with of turkey feathers, giving the ap- celebration will be held from 1-2 nieces, nephews and friends, Mrs.
waste. Landfill is becoming a problem pearance of a real turkey. A p.m., and open house from 2-3 p.m. Wilson vividly recalls the horse and
in our country even though we mounted wild turkey was on the The community is invited to the open buggy days and riding side saddle as
always thought our country had lots piano and a turkey made from house, and Ray Parrish's Band will a young lady. She says cars weren't
of land. palmettos topped with an arrange- perform. available until after she was a mar- HAPPY
The invocation was given by Blan- ment of grapes, pomegranates and Born Nov. 20, 1889, Mrs. Wilson Is ried lady. Her favorite Presidentwas
che Otte before the traditional pine cones,was on the coffee serving the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. W. T. Teddy Roosevelt.
Thanksgiving luncheon catered by table.Individual tables covered with Weeks. Her father was a Con- These days, Aunt Dea enjoys
Oleta Hardenbrook was served by pink and yellow cloths had center- federate soldier and was known as wheeling down the sidewalk and
the hostess committee. Mrs. Norton pieces of African Violet plants and Colonel Weeks. visiting with family and friends.
was chairman, assisted by Gere white mums. Guests present were She was married for 37 years to She's looking forward to her party
Johns, Lucy White, Sandy Rowel, Mrs. Harriett Richarde and Mrs. Joseph Wilson, a well known In- and hopes to see many of her old
Joella Hardy, Maxine Gibson, Betty Desta Dyal. surance businessman in Starke friends there.
Warren and Eunice Searing.
Devotional was given by Betty
Haas on "Thanksgiving". J
A sing-along, led by Marjorie
Thomson,accompanied on the pianoby
Mona Canova, was participated
m by the members which included

Schedule Methodist BazaarThe Women YQUR NEWSPAPER

'Four Seas<*is'Bazaar openedlast
night,Nov. 15 in Fellowship Hall it
at the First United Methodist
Church in Starke.
The annual event will be open to- v tSa
day, Nov. 16 from 9 a.m. to 2p.m.,
offering a a large selection of hand-
crafted items, baked and canned
goods (including Marba's pickles)
and holiday gifts and decorations. A I
special item this year will be
beautifully decorated aprons for all
i I seasons.
Door prizes will be awarded during -
\ the day.
The popular soup/chili may be en-
joyed Wednesday evening or Thursday -
I for a$2.50 donation.Sandwiches
and/or dessert may also be purchased -
for a small extra charge. Take-
outs will be available, tickets may
be secured from any member or at
the church office or at the door. B flhe
Other special items to look for include .
the latest in decorated ... .
baskets, T-shirts and sweatshirts in I
the latest designs, wreaths and per Bradford Count -
sonalized ornaments for your
Christmas tree.Legal. '1 y ,r


Notice .. ..:, f,. ..

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I i1, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. .'", .. .

FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA ;,.... rtterab \, .\\j; ,
CASE 89.137CP ', ".: ,
FILE NO.1.4124 .
IN RE: Estate of
Deceased. .I, .

Th.NOTICE administration OF ADMINISTRATION of the ..tat. of The Sweetest Strawberries l This Side Heaven. < :': :
MELVIN A. WILLIAMSON, deceased ; .
Case Number 89-137-CP, File Number '
1-4124, Is pending In the Circuit Court for cant
Bradford County Florida, Probate Division Something you buy anywhere else
the address of which I. Post Office
Box B,Stark.,Florida.Th.name and address -
of the personal r.pr.s.ntatlv.and
of the personal representative's attorney I in the world.
are set forth below.
Interested persons or.required to i
file with the court WITHIN THREE MON-
,I claims against the estate and((2))any objection '
by an Interested person to whom I 0 I 0 r.r
notice was mailed that challenges the
I validity of the will the qualifications of ..- *# .
the personal representative, venue or ,wttr :
jurisdiction of the court. r r r 'r
Dot. of the first publication of this i'
notice of administration: November 16, .

1989. ANGELA S.WILLIAMSON Please l 1 Mail To: P. 0 Drawer A, Starke, FL 32091

Attorney Representative for Personal:Personal Stark.Post Representative,Office Florida Box 32091 943 : 2. 3 A WEEK DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME 1i


;: I 943 P.O.N.Box Temple 993 Avenue '.\> 'Less= :: than .thestamp it takes to mail a. letter.. :. : .

Stark., Florida 32091 .
Florida Bar 144623 NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS ONLY .:

904/964.8050 11/162tchg 11/23! |I. .. A Great Christmas a . "! ... . .. .. l..I\I.1I1 I

Para t PRAISE Im r STiIE8 Please Send, Subscription To: I"t....
Port Offln DOT**M Gift F.A Good -
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; Com experience tJt.dIIT----- Address = :', :
;. Schedule of Services: h .. I I
b Sunday Morning Worship ...'. ,
;: I 10:30 am Notice: ,the rack.pricefor.the? City ; Zip-. .:;' i;" .
S Sunday Evening Worship- ,

f-.!; Wednesday 7:00 pm Evening Worship '.Telegraph tyill'gb to '350 .: ;Enclosed' is a check:for.$ 2.og, Out-of-county..subscription.$14.00: ':' : .': :

7:30: pm : .. December'71989." . ... . .III! .. . '. I'.II ", 'w;. I

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November 18.. 10X0 TKI.KC1KAPII Page 7A

I Sunshine Industries New Workshop and Placement Program a Huge Success I

one or tile biggest -
In Bradford County success this stories has warm relationship tnty form with highest possible potential and at- popular currently being a beautiful, 'most-abled' clients who have the stantly in productive motion, mak-
been the Bradford Association year of the staffers, who Obviously take a tempt to live as close to a normal life heavy duty cutting board which potential to /get a job in the outside ing about 400 wooden.! pallets( and a
Retarded real, ongoing petttttiA) interest in as possible.All of the training here Is
citizens' Sunshine Industries customers have been snapping up. community' Larimer said. "The variety of other products each"day
new workshop, located their welfare and progress. geared to the client becoming more The Sunshine Industries Vocational goal is to place them in a lob in the and using power saws, alrcompress-
U.S. 100, along with a successful on The firm but easy-goiriR. attitude of and more able to Improve his skills Rehabilitation program, or community and also to include ed nailers and all the tools you might
placement program the staffers make tot 41 friendly at- and learn new things each month to community placement program, followup supervision. Responsesfrom find in a professional workshop.
local community businesses operating and in mosphere at. the <;e*>ter, an at- eventually be able to live and work currently has three clients, who the employers have been very "We have never had a serious ac-
citing plans for an expansion of the ex- mosphere which enc) \-ages them to on their "own with minimal have graduated from the work ac- positive so far, some of them saying cident here," Larimer said.
facility.Community. progress. assistance. tivity program, which serves the that our workers are some of the "Employers who have visited us and
support has been "Our goal, Larimer said, "is to Workers at the center make a majority of adults at the center. best they have ever had." the workshop have been amazed at
strong and Is continuing' for the new have each client "ti"r reach their variety of items, one of the most "The program works with the Workers at the center are con- the good work habits of our clients."

building, which houses an added .i
workshop, classroom and office r
space to meet the needs of handicapped -
citizens of Bradford County.
"We are excited about how well
the new facility has worked out this .
past year, said Executive Director I Grade Self-Basting
Bob Larimer "When the building
was completed we added 8,000
square feet of additional space 10-14 Lbs. AverageTURKEYS
which was badly needed The new
building houses a classroom, addi- 1 1 1
tional office spaces for the staff,and
an entire new workshop for the 1 1 '
clients. Local funding and community ,v'I0
support was crucial to the project.
We all have a lot to be proud of here,
with our profit making businessesand ,
our successful community

very placement well received.program"which has been SUN. MON. TUES. WED. THUR. FRI. SAT __ _

Three of the most highly trained 13 14 IS 16 I 17 18 _
workers at the facility have received 19
jobs at local businesses around the
Starke area and employers report Prices In this ad good Monday,
outstanding success with their per- Nov. 13 thru Sunday Nov. 19, 1989. I
"This program has been very en- Sliced FREE!' 10-14 Lbs. Avg. Fresh Lb'

couraging"This has been so far one,"of Larimer the most satis-said. Grade A Turkeys . Lb. 99

fying things we've done yet, both for
the clients and the staff here. It SWIFT
gives them a real boost of confidence .
when a worker can do so well in the
business environment. We would HOSTESS
,like to do this (commtyity placement -
) as much as possible becauseof 'L o
the positive aspects it has HAMS I
demonstrated." a
Sunshine Industries has been serv- f
ing the community for over 10 years.
Mentally retarded adults of Brad- '
ford County who work and learn at
the facility gain extensive, practical :
training and working experiencefrom
the program. _'PC
Success stories abound. You have _
only members to visit to notice.the clients and staff Fresh

"Some of the clients who come
here have been in institutions where SWEET
there was no creative output at all
and it stifled their mental growth1 4 Lbs.
Larimer said. "It's a completely dif -_. ...
ferent situation here, and thechanges POTATOES

after they In arrive personality and began are dramatic working USDA Choice Beef f Whole 14 Lbs. Average ZipperskinTANGERINES

on and a I socializing normal basis.with fellow workers LONDON BROIL Sliced FREE!

Sunshine Industifies provide vocational
training, daily living skills (a TOP ROUND OR COUNTRY HAMS/
vital, but often overlooked part of 3 9C
the program) and a productive wage ROUND Dinner Bell Whole -15 Lbs.
earning job. to clients attending the Average (Sliced FREE) .

program.Through the principals of "Nor ROAST SEMI-BONELESS HAMS 1 2
malization", staffers emphasize activities -
and *iI oenable-tbe.. .' *' .
: program ; i _
become.. t.. : "
handicapped person as $ 1
productive and as independent as $258 "
possible. The ultimate goal always t59b. Each _,
throughout the program is to return Lb. J'

the client to In living the community.To and working. Independently f-\I

the clients, one of the biggest
Grade A Fresh ((4-7
positive aspects, .of the facility is the Fresh

IDs Average) Florist QualityPOINSETTIAS W
Worth Red Delicious Or CRANBERRIES-


NotingFood Pantry... BREASTS APPLES

". The Bradford Ecumenical Food $299
'Pantry is in need of canned 9gc
I vegetables especially green beans $149Lb. $159 ,
peas and corn. These items are no
longer available to them throughthe Each '
food bank of Jacksonville. \
12 Oz. Pkg.
You may drop your can goods at Grade A frozen>> Available November 16 Bag \

the following churcheslhis Sunday. : BAKING HENS. 00, Lb.PYTRA 69
First Christian Church First -
Presbyterian Church, First United '
Methodist Church, Madison Street I flUlPRIPF Baptist Church, St. Edwards
Catholic Church, St. Mark's ;
Episcopal Church, First Baptist
Church, and Kingsley Lake Baptist "
.Church.: '
:.. ) They appreciate your support In 25 'Ft. Standard 29 Oz. MartindaleREYNOLDS [ Red, White Or 8 Oz. Reg./Extra Creamy
helping to reach the needs of thecommunity.


Learning Opportunity...

Enroll In the Home Study course :
"offered by the Bradford-Union Exj -,. 69 79 :;
tension Service to learn how to

I' ,.. ", save'Title and of invest the course money., Starting. Lb.fbD ,

,. Your Investment Program with $1 I bQuloh I
to $1,000 covers the following _
i to'Where'do' I begin? :
,'.' Why save?, -- 6 Oz. Chicken/Pork/ Quart< Food Lion .
What's what in saving and Investments :40 Oz. Food Lion "
? : Cornbread EGG NOG
Which? is the best alternative_ for STOVE TOP STUFFING CRESCENTSROLLS
.Where will place the money I '
save? 'VEE140IL
Choosing your financial advisors -
.. ? .
ii.. You will receive a lesson through

,..'" Jft. the ;mail a certificate each week.of completion Upon completion will- : (__Half Gallon.. . .. 1.77

.1.; i be awarded.f i _
t ".r-! The Home Study course is free.
I Call either the Bradford or Union
." .Extension Office to enroll. 2 Liter Diet Coke Caffeine ,
'"If 964-6280, 284. ,
: Bradford Ph. ex. 50 Oz -.Hanover Cut
,j Union Ph. 496-2321; .coons &, Free Diet Coke -

: If you know and adult who wants 1 / 2PKCN-
.> to learn to read, or if you want to 89 (:
;\ help someone learn to read contact $129 ,
.' ... ....... ,the Bradford-Union Vo.TecitCenter -' '$5 69 Dhrt'Sprite, '
,phone 964-61SO.
; "" \. Sprite.....o..z w..99" '
1' Employcf'a Wanted..'. '
f' "
Employers are wanted to participate -
.: In the Title III Dislocated
!ft.. ,Worker Program- t I I
V ,', 'The Job Training Partnership
;;u Art(TPA>will fund on-the-Job '
training positions for the long term' / 0 ia
For further information call Sandra -,
Derape in Lake Ctty, at (9))4)
758-0433 in the Florida Departmentof
Labor office.,


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Pages TILM: GItAI'11 November Id. IIIK"

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH In 0... Book 200 page 593. Deed Mail Early Season OpensThis
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- recorded In O.R. Book 203. page 471,
: FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. and Deed recorded In O.R. Book 211, year the Postal Service is Joining forces with the business com-

I 'Emfj" "I"Jj'a" 3'I. CIVIL ACTION NO. 69-310-CA( page 9. Less and except property munity of Starke in urging. customers" to shop early and MAIL early for

FNB PROPERTIES. INC.. a Florida corporatlon described In Official Records Book 292. the holidays.
.. ,. page 4, of the public records of Bradford Many overseas mailing deadlines \Including those for the armedforces
.. "
.-- _.._n_____='-- =, ","".",>'"w'''''IiOI" > .,.*",,';,>_..;'...,. .. _.",'. Plaintiff County Florida. stationed overseas occur this month.
PARCEL 2: The SW 1/4 of th. NE 1/4 of While there are no domestic mailing deadlines Postmaster Davis
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH v.TIMOTHY WILKERSON and LOU ELLEN Section 16, Township 7 South Rang 22 would like to encourage those sending parcels and greetings to distant
REGISTER JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD WILKERSON. his wife The Unknown East In Bradford County Floridaat locations around the country to take advantage of the early display of

FICTITIOUS NAME COUNTY FLORIDA. Heirs' Devisees, Grantees, Assignees. public sole, to the highest bidder holiday merchandise. .
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida CIVIL ACTION NO: 89.176.CA Llenors, Creditors Trustees or Oth.r for cash In the lobby of the Bradford "When you shop and mall early to far-away friends and family you
StatuI... notice Is h.r.by given thaI the FNB PROPERTIES INC.. a Florida Corporatlon Claimants claiming by through, underor County Courthouse, In Stark. Florida won't need to worry about a winter storm that could halt air or ground
undersigned. ROYCI I. ADAMS. P. O. against TIMOTHY WILKERSON and between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. on the traffic and possibly delay delivery" says Davto. "We are well preparedfor
Bon 404. Stark. Florida 32091 ..01.own. .Plaintiff LOU ELLEN WILKERSON who are not 6th day of December 1989. the volume of mail we will receive locally but It does help us when it is
.,, doing business under the firm v known to be dead or olive; and FLEET WITNESS my hand and official seal this more evenly distributed" Helen adds.
nom of MUSH ARBOR TIMES MUSIC RUDOLPH CARTER; The Unknown Heirs FINANCE INC., a Florida corporation; 6th day of November 1989.
SHOP 132 I. Call Street Stork. Florida Devisees, Grantees, Assignees, Honors RAY NORMAN
32Q9I Crdtors| Trustees or Other Claimants Defendants.NOTICE She also encourages mailers to
Intends to register said fictitious OF SALE Clerk of Circuit Court <
nom. und. th. aforesaid statute clalinimg by through under or against Notice Is hereby given that pursuant By Carol WilliamsAs make certain that mail Is addressed
Dated this 24th day of October, 1989 RUDOLPH CARTER who Is not known to to an order or a final' judgment of Deputy Clerk correctly and legibly and to Include
In Bradford County. be dead or olive; and DEPARTMENT OF foreclosure entered In the above- Fred H. Kent III apartment numbers and proper ZIP
4tpd 10/26-11/T6 HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES. captioned action I will sell the property Florida Bar 327042 CODE! as well as the name of the
'CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT UNIT; situated In' Bradford County Florida Kent Ridge a Crawford particular city and state the use of
Defendants.NOTICE described as: 225 Water Street, Suite 900 proper ZIP CODES will aid us In processing dEarly
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH OF SALE Lots One ((1)) and Two(2).of( ) Block Nine Jacksonville, Florida 32202 the mail" Davis.says.!! i
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND i OR BRAD Notice Is hereby given that pursuant ((9)) of the City of Lawtey according to ((904)) 353-5501
FORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. to an order or a final judgment of the original plot of lawtey as recordedin Attorneys for Plaintiff "Mailers can get specific Informa-
CASE NO. B9.149 CA foreclosure entered in the obove- Deed Book C, Page 3. public recordsof 21chg 119.16Control tion on International mailing dates
GARFIE JOE LOVEIACE. captioned action I will sell the property Bradford County. Florida lying and 252 and other matters by calling us here
Plaintiff situated In Bradford County Florida situate In Section 23, Township 5 South at 9646457." *'
v.DAVID described as: Rang. 22 East. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH
EARl COX LOT 5, Block 15. Lincoln City, as per ALSO one ( ) 1969 Whit Tractor JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 1 IN AND FOR BRAD.
JOHNNIE LEE IATSON. and plot thereof recorded in Deed Book I I. S.rlaI714857; one ((1)) 1965 Tlmpt Trailer FORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. "Last year our customers helped
PRITCHETT TRUCKING: INC., Page 177 of the public records of Brad Serial 10994; one ((1)) 1977 Homemade CIVIL ACTION NO: 89-223-CA us tremendously. They mailed earlyin ,f& to shop
Defendants. ford County Florida. thq season and early in the day. y
Trailer, Serial FLT3809P; one ((1)) 1977 FNB PROPERTIES. INC.. a Florida Corporation.
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO ALSO: One 1972 Glen Mobil Horn. Homemade Trailer Serial FLT34I6P; one We hope they will choose to mail ear early to send
: DAVID EARL COX. his hoirs and Identification No. 5H202M1S16I4B Plaintiff ly again this year so we will all haveen
((1)I) 1977 Homemade Trailer Serial
assigns at public sale, to the highest bidder enjoyable holiday mailing Make someone happyat
FLT3415P and ((1)) 1978 Homemade
: '
Address Unknown for cash In the lobby of the Bradford v.WILLIAM season.
Trailer Serial FLT3419P R. ALDERMAN and ELMO G.
YOU AR E HEREBY NOTIFIED that Courthouse, In Stark, the other end.
on action County Florida
at public sate, to the highest bidder ALDERMAN his wife; The Unknown
has been filed against you In Brad at 11:00: a.m. on the 6th day of
for cash In the lobby of the Bradford Heirs Devisees. Grantees, Assignees,
ford County in the above-styled Court. December. 1989. County Courthouse, In Stark. Florida.b.'w..n llenors. Creditors Trustees or Other School Menus
You further notified, WITNESS hand and official seal I
that this
are In said action my Claimants
11:00 a.m. and 2:00: p.m. on the claiming by through underor
Nov. 20-21
the Plaintiff Is 6th of November, 1989
requesting that the day
6th day of December 1989. against WILLIAM R. ALDERMAN and
Court award monetary damages for injuries RAY NORMAN WITN ESS My hand and official seal this ELMO G. ALDERMAN who or. not
sustained In an automobile, acci Clerk of Circuit Court known to be dead 'or alive Bradford Elem. &Middle School pen (west potato pie, cranberry sauce, hot
6th day of November, ; FLEET rolls IIIU1I.WIDNE8DAV..
dent. By Carol Williams 1989.RAY NORMAN FINANCE INC., a Florida Corporation; MONDAY' Sloppy Joe on Bun Buttered Corn
YOU ARE RHQUIRiD to servo a copy ol A. Deputy Clerk TERRY Cabbage' Slaw, Fruit I Milk THANKSGIVING HOLIDAYS
A. PARKS and
Clerk of Circuit Court E. PARKS
your written defenses, if any, to the action Fred H. Kent III TUESDAY THANKSGIVING LUNCHEON THROUGH MONDAY.
on the Plaintiff's attorney, whose Florida Bar 327042 By Carol WilliamsAs Mother and son; and the Unknown Baked Turkey with giblet gravy m..hedpol.t THURSDAY
name and address is DARLA JEAN Crawford Deputy Clerk Heirs Devisees, Grantees, Assignees, _or dressing buttered green peas,tweet FRIDAY j
Kent Ridge S Fred H. Kent III LI.nor. Creditors Trustees or Other potato pie, hot rolls, cranberry sauce, milk. A-la-Carte
CHRISTOPHER, Post Office Drawer 40
Starke, Florida 32091 on or before 27 Jacksonville, Florida 32202 Florida Bar 327042 Claimants claiming by through, underor THROUGH MONDAY. MONDAY Pleas conxtegt,trench fries,orangeJuice. I
Kent Ridge 8 Crawford against TERRY A. PARKS and MARY E. milkshakes. ,
November, 1989, and file the original THURSDAY
((904)) 353.5501 PARKS who known TUESDAY limburgers. plus, french tries. ,
with the Clerk of this Court cither Attorneys for Plaintiff 225 Water Street, Suite 900Jacksonville. alive are not to be deador FRIDAY milkshakes,orange Juice.
Florida 32202 ;
before service on the Plaintiff's attorneyor 2tchg 11/9.16 Bradford High School WEDNESDAY
Immediately thereafter; otherwise a Co"t,01254 ((904)) 3W5501 Defendants.NOTICE OF'SALE MONDAY) Sloppy Joe on Bun, Buttered Corn THURSDAY :
judgment will be entered for the relief 2tchg 11916Control Cabbage Slaw, Fruit I Milk. FRIDAY
demanded in the Complaint. 251 Notice Is hereby given that pursuant TUESDAY Baked Turkey with giblet gravy Each day students. .have a choice: of a hot lunch I
WITNESS My hand and official, soot of NOTICE OF SALE to an order or a final judgment of mashed potatoes OR dressing:, buttered green salad bar. ."-cute.

this Court on this 23rd day of October, Notice I. hereby given that under and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH foreclosure entered In the above-
1989. by virtue of Part IV of Chapter 83. F.S., JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRAD- captioned action I will sell the property
w RAY NORMAN as Self-Storage Facility Act that the FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. situated In Bradford County Florida Lawtey Elem. NewsThe I i
CLERK OF THE COURT undersigned will sell for cash to the CIVIL ACTION NO: 89.224.CA described as:
:.: By Carol Williams highest bidder at the corner of Laura and FNB PROPERTIES. INC.. a Florida Corporation lots Thirteen ((13)) and Fourteen ((14)) of

:: Deputy Clerk Water Streets, Starke, Florida at 1:00 Block Twenty-Two ((22)). of Temple's Addition rte Tanner vice president Joni
ESE of ;
Department Lawtey
to th Town of Stark to
10/26-11/16 the 26th of Plaintiff according
4tchg on day
p.m. November Goetz-
Elementary attended the Fla. Griffis secretary; Stephanie
plot thereof recorded In Deed BookG
control 241 1989, the contents of UNIT,
belongingto vsWILLIAM Association for Children and Adults man, asst. secretary; Erika King
RICHARD 'DICK' WOLF ALDERMAN and ELMO G. page 304 of the public records of
NOTICE OF INTENTION-- --- personal and household goods.containing By ALDERMAN his wife; The Unknown Bradford County Florida and located in with Learning Disabilities in Tampaon treasurer; Mikel Gaskins asst.

TO REGISTER Allen's Attic Self-Service Storage, P.O. Heirs, Devisees, Grantees Asslgns. Section 23 Township 6 South Rang 22 Nov. 3-4. Sessions were con- treasurer Baker; Ronnie Young, reporter;
FICTITIOUS NAME Box 656 Keystone Heights, Florida Llenors Creditors, Trustees or Other East together with: The East half of an ducted by leading learning disability Greg chaplain; and Ray
Pursuant to Section 665.09, Florida 32656. Claimants claiming by through underor unused alley lying within Block 22 of educators from all over the U.S. Padgett sergeantatarms.Mrs. .
Stotutei, notice is hereby given that the 2tchg 11/9.16 against WILLIAM R. ALDERMAN and Temple's Addition to the Town of Starke E. Underbill's 5th grade
undersigned, HAROLD T. WADSWORTH, ELMO G. ALDERMAN who are not lying between Lots 1 and 2 on the West The Junior Beta Club held its mon- class Is studying vertebrates and
r Rout. 2, Box 1299 Starke Florida 32091 known to be dead or alive: THOMAS J. and Lots 13 and 14 on the East thly meeting Nov. 8. Officers were North American Indians. Teepeeswere
sole owner doing business' under the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO ALDERMAN: and the Unknown Heirs at public sole, to the highest bidder elected and upcoming activitieswere made as part of the study and
firm name of T 8. M MECHANICAL REGISTER Devisees, Grantees, Assignees, Llenors for cash in the lobby of the Bradford discussed. Plans are to enter a the class is also participating In the
MAINT, & FABRICATION Rout 2, Box FICTITIOUS NAME Creditors Trustees or Other Claimant. County Courthouse, In Stark., Florida float in the Christmas parade and Weekly Reader Writing Pals Pro
1299, Stark., Florida 32091, intends to Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida claiming by. through under or against between 11:00 a.m. on the 6th day of many other ideas. New officers are gram. They will be writing to a
register said fictitious name under the Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the THOMAS J. ALDERMAN who Is not December 1989. Virginia Belmarez president; Car- school In Lincoln Illinois throughoutthe
aforesaid statute. undersigned SUSIE LOTT WALKER. P. O. known to be dead or olive; WITNESS my hand and official seal this year.
Dated this 26th day of October 1989, Box 202. Hampton Florida 32044 sole Defendants.NOTICE 6th day of November 1989.RAY
In Bradford County. owner doing business under the firm OF SALE NORMAN STARKE
4tpd 11/2-23 name of SU-EL's RETIREMENT HOME. P. Notice Is hereby given that pursuant Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford Lodge No. 35
Control 246 O. Box 202. Hampton, Florida 32044 Intends to an order or a final |judgment of By Carol Williams CHURCH OF GOD To Host Dinner
-i .- to register said fictitious name foreclosure entered In the above- A.Deputy Clerk 422 N. St.Clair 964-5445
under the aforesaid ,'atu'.. captioned action I will sell the property Fred H. Kent III John Sprcrtlln Pastor All Masons and family members
Dated this 9th day of November, 1989. situated in Bradford County. Florida Florida Bar 327042 are invited to attend a Pastmasters
"> '. .* X t". *. g19odfol4cuvsty1lL.! r J> described a.: Kent Ridge S Crawford %Mfe invite you to worship with ut night and dinner MondayvNov. 27,at
4tchg 11930Control PARCEL: N \/. of SEl/X.J. of N! 174 of M225.,I Water Street Suite 900 Attended NurserySund B::30 p\'II. .- -. -.
250 Section 20. Township 7 South Range 22 Jacksonville Florida 32202 .y School .?___?__. 10 em The dinner'nnvbe'4iB!' K at the
East, Bradford County Florida except ((9004)) 353-S501 2tehg 11/9.16 Morning Worship .__u_:?____. 11 am lodge..For more Information, call
rood ROW. ALSO except Deed recorded Attorney for Plaintiff Control 253 EVttllllK ScffVlCiV uienmnmni-- ft PHI 9645748.W I
Wodnood.y Youth u..u ,,::10 pm i

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I. Santa Fe Lake Dwellers Join Fight for Appraisal Reforms !

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Bradford Jimmy County Alvarez Property agrees that Appraiser In the Tallahassee this week, but so far homestead property and would- not year normally,so only a handful of chasers :-
association has taken no stand on along with lot u*required to contribute to school
roperty a affect
PPratatog IUIdelinea owners of commercial and owners,such as those who rent
vision need any plan. non-homestead property oWfrt.! and .Indiutrial funding by an assessment value formula -
'I equitable, but is make them more Alvarez says he sees some merit Alvarez property. live on lakefronts,would benefit. He property owners would pay ,Be said,and Us.three percent
pointed however .
not that
sure outl said the would be
in the system probably
Our Homes / placed
the for a three cap.were on appraisal,
changes should be. attended In rural counties such
He as Bradford,
,an appraisers' percent cap,but sees some problems less equitable than at present Alvarez added that a primary problem South Florida counties with wide tax
association meeting since he says It would help only: many property values will not in- because long-term residents would with a three percent cap would .bases. would be re tttred_to con-
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10A __ TELEGRAPH November 18, 19119'I

Ramona Tennant Advances to State Finals I

coM "tf.wee floiirttt IA h .In..UM tan
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Joe Rl* BBlu. : :
M Y'r r By *y the season at the state meet. Her ten. He finuuwiu a very strong",
ICT Stall Writer best time to date Is 13:51: for the two seventh place and the future for him
Ramona Tennant, "running the mile course,achieved at the Orlando looks very promising."
gutsiest race of her four year high earlier this season.
course Larry's time was 17:05. The boys
school career",overcame a 100 yard
Sasha Blum of Buchholz in three mile course must climb the 45
lead by the number 4 and 5 runners Gainesville Is favored to win the
hill twice.
and fifth in the 1-3A degree
placed Region
division at state.
girls finish
The first place was Ray
Cross Country Championships, held In the boys division Larry Green Carter from Leon In 15:07.: Carter is
at the Jake Gaither Golf Course In
came In seventh Just
favored to win the state champion-
Tallahassee, Saturday November missing a trip to the state champion ship in the boy's division next Satur-
ship meet in Orlando.
about 100 yards behind '"Larry ran a great race," Loper
the 4th and 5th place runners who
,. ,,. Behr.- 1 were running side by side, and with
r about half a mile to go, Ramona,
"with sheer determination, wasn't
going to be denied the 5th place position tnllTHOUl'iUAYJB
/ said Bradford Track Coach

-"tV,'., George The top Loper.five individual finishers in J

regional competition advance to the
I 1t t state championships.It .
took Ramona about 600 yards to
catch the pair, but when she did, the Michael Caine's Sherlock td
14 fifth folded and dropped .
1.1/1. place Holmes is without a clue. +"
i back, leaving Ramona and the -
number four finisher from Leon So, it's up to Ben Kingsleyas
Holes In One Winners... High almost side by side for the last Dr. Watson to solve this
200 to the finish. comedy .
Orian Well,owner of Well ChtrrrohtOld Starke,prceente gold putter to golfer who recorded hole In'one at The yards course, in Tallahassee is roll- caper.ON

the SUrko Coif...Country dub Gmne. ing hills\ according to Coach Loper, MOWTIMCjNOT ON N/O: CFA i'a
From left to rights Jfoaeph CvgUotU. formerly of Mlddleborg,shot not one but two of the rare ace within the partbt with about a 45 degree slope at the d
week,Man Wells, Mark Murray..Starke,who hit bb ace April 20,and Ralph Miller,alto from SUrke,who IVi mile point and the last 800 yardsIs SHOWPIME.EXCLUSIVES.
recorded hi hole-fa one Jury 4th. slightly uphill making it one of the SAT 8PM
difficult tracks In the
most region.
Hwt you M.Nwm. Thtre you dOnij'
The course at the University
Central Florida at Orlando the site

I Coaches Pleased! With Tornado ,Performance Saturday of the State, November Championship 18 is meet flat next and j' CabIe=r-==-= = 9646308OttMSMOWTiUtMtwOtlKSiNC I

"It was a big game for us,and the flawless football game giving no the ball over twice, one intercepttoi.I very"Ramona fast says Is peaking Coach Loper.at the right HM>H.'unlWOtfW AtrcjNi wnwtfTtMon,"YW*IHOWTiM...-..,liteNeither..rMrmsalkMM "Y>Y".n M.Y/Olrlla, amue.IYC IM.IbwLMYM1IyMi/.i
kids realized it, and they played ;a turnovers and being penalized four and one fumble, and committed foulerrors time and barring anything unfor-
pretty good ball game said Tornado times for 40 yards. The: Rams turned! for 29 yards. seen she should run her best time of
Head Football Coach David
Hurse about the 17-0 win the Tornadoes -
posted over Eastside.
The Eastside Rams visited the<
Tornado field Friday night,
November 10, and came out on the Goaliead
low end of the Scoreboard behind an
inspired Tornado offense that
registered 234 yards rushing and 18
yards passing, and a defense that ;
yielded only 60'yards to Eastside on -
the ground and 53 yards in the air
,with 4 of 11 passes completed.
Eastside was a good quick defensive '
team, and played a very
physical football game. read
"Offensively we moved the ball meter1V
more consistently than in any of our ,.
other big games this season" said my
Coach Hurse. The team played with
much more emotion than in any
previous game, he said.
Allen Jenkins had a fine game offensively -
probably his best game of
the year, the coach said. Coot Reed rain' nor sleet, nor bark
ran hard and Clyde DeSue was back """
from a sprained ankle and made a 35 > v of dog can keep an FPL meter reader
yard run to the two yard line. '
DeSue also hauled In a bomb from ..4 from taking a correct reading.
quarterback Reggie Sheffield in the
third quarter netting 18 yards. ,, a .A Every day it seems one of our
Donnie Francis kicked a 37 yard -
field goal in the third quarter which I people sets a
took oft much of the pressure,giving '7 record foraccuracy
10 lead and tsuwaw new
the home team a point a
small cushion, if the Rams should .% f n
score. __ r Wvy !'l
The Tornadoes played a near s' ;; ;;, ., Barbie White,
Brooker Election ti1 for example,

t4,-f L recently read
Scheduled Feb. 13 '

over 10QOOO
by Butter Rahn
ICT Staff WriterBrooker electric meters without a mistake.;.
Clerk Charlene r.rM.r..r.r
Thomas announced City Tuesday, Nov. Part of Itarbicfc efficiency is a creditto

14, qualifying dates for the upcom- her fPL know.how and persistence.
ing city elections. _
DeQcemberrg28atthres are Tuesday,, y f Qualities all our meter readers strive
ough Saturday -
Dec. 30. The election will be heldTuesday to perfect.
Feb. 13, 1990.
It's a big election for Brooker,, But there more to the story. For
with 3 council seats and the mayor'
office to be filled. 4 the: past two years; FPL readers have
Up for election are seats:
-No.1, A.B. Adams, two year carried a hand-held electronic
I f
term.No.. 2, Gene Melvin, two year 3 recorder called a "data

term.No.,Jim Bryant one year term. Ii, cap" When an address is
There will be an off-year electionfor ,F
the mayor's seat, since an elec- entered, the recorder
tion for the office should have been t.
held last year, and through an oversight provides a message

was omitted.The 'i f-- that readers
I mayor's race will be for a one helps stay

year term.Incentives. '' on a first-name basis

for r with your pet,

Workby k locate hidden
Returning to 1r I
A.Glenn Moore.Dlst.Mgr. A meters, or know whento
check with a neighbor.: ,

c3 The Social Security Act contains a -J
Most Important of all its
>. number of incentives designed to encourage -
53 disabled people to return to doublechccks entries,warm of iYf
y 33 work. For example, a disabled person -
I tt. may continue to receive some .3i t possible.errors and asks for a second
\\ benefits for a time while working. In r :'
*. addition, if benefits are stopped opinion.
..i I because of work L the reapplication r'a' '
:11 process Is simplified. Total accuracy. US Barbicfc goal,
M: A trial work period permits a
53 disabled person to continue to because'you've told us its yours.
: : receive disability checks for up to 9
And in it FPCs technology
attaining -
: 5 months regardless of his or her ear- ,
j:::| nings.These 9 months do not have to F is proving to be marts best friend.
r; be consecutive; In fact, they can be ?-' -- ,
:| separated by months or even years And certainly woman!*, too.
*.| during which the beneficiary Is not
1| employed.Any .
month during which a person
earns more than $75 in gross wagesis
counted as trial work months. For
self-employed individuals, trial
f work months Include those in which "
net earnings exceed$73, or the per
son spends more than IS hours with,
the business. < .
After a trial work period, a decision -
to made about the beneficiary's IflhcreH '
ability to perform substantial gain '' a better*n%
\ FFL will find tt.r' .
ful work. This significantphysical

II ductive and or mental to usually work done tone play

.' or
GLpenotI to not able to do

substantial gfltffAil .work.. benefits
continue if the person to able to do

,IUIe generally: arum d for awn additional benefits. .... .... "

three month before they. .-are-stop, 'f' "

i Immediately foDowbg'this: period ., ..
i Is a 38-month raenttUenKait period: -
during which benefits can be, '
reinstated for any month of non- 'h7wl/A'AtFw/ ryRi W
substantial gainful work. -


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November 18, ItKD! 'rE!.!ltAPIl Page I/A

I BHS Defeats Eastside 17-0

The Eastside Rams visited the ball went over to the Rams. seven set up the touchdown run by yr p I,
Tornado field Friday, November 10. One run to the 22 ended the third, Reed with 2:41: remaining in the t
and yielded to a superior Tornado of game.A t
fense that scored 17 points against a quarter.The fourth Quarter opened with A short run, a quarterback sack 41 I,
quick| and physical Ram defense, first down by the Rams, but the' and an Incomplete pass by the Rams
while the Tornado ended the with the 17-0 final
defense kept the could not sustain the drive. A lope game
Rams scoreboard out of the endzone and off the desperation pass was picked off by score.

: Terry Berry, about the Tornado 2O. .,........M.... 1 I 7 lr
Tornados made a first down on the, and ran back across mid-field to ti ha l.itilM S .
Ram 48,but stalled out on the 45.The Ram 37.The .M' .....Id.
punt was bobbled by a Ram receiveron Ram defense also held and!the Pins Demi II I
the 9 and recovered by a Tornado.On Tornadoes were forced to punt &rt ..mull*Yards 4IoiM .'-*. :
fourth down, attempting a siKW. Pa.aial Y..... II U .r t f
the next play, Allen Jenkins high, kick from the 33, allowing rjOttnback. ..cra1. 1 .' ."., aklV'
took the hand off and ran 91 yards Pwt. .11. HI
Into the endzone for the first score. A short pass completion for eight lfiMlMI / *! 2IpMaItissi.rda
The extra point was kicked by Con yards,an incompletion and a rumor .. l-4 4-lt
nie Francis, giving the Tornados a no gain forced a Ram punt that CHfried scaring. .dlor4 turnnrrvlI HUH- Juan. Jmklni. nine yard -f E
7-0 lead with 8:45: left on the clock In 42 yards, to the Tornado 29. rwiIPi) r Pranclt HUH.I .
the first quarter. A 20 yard pick-up by Clint Reed ) .r.dlor<- IMflnW ..,..eI., I' Yard PI...
The Rams made a first down on a moved the ball to the Ram 35, for A ...1. : It
fourth and Inches at their 43 yard first down.Another long run netted a ., .r.drtf...ciln* Reed saver yard run,BPtPr.nco ,
the line 33.after the kickoff was run back to first down'on the five.-A loss to the' kick.

Interlachen Could Be ToughInterlachen
An 18 yard pass completion after a
penalty gave the Rams another first
down on the Tornado 42. Another runs a power I foro\ guns in past years. They throw the u
completed pass play moved the ball lion and an L Set formation slid balls lot," Coach Hurse said. ,+:,.",.
to the 29, where a fake pass forma Tornado Head Football Coach David They run a basic 6-2 defense; A kt '.
tion centering the ball to a running Hune, looking toward the next tebt Two linebackers and six men on t .,' .
back Instead of the quarterback,net- for the Tornado eleven. the line.
ted a yard loss to the 30 yard line. The Interlachen Rams wW'hpdt They are always tough defensively. .... '
Two running plays moved the ball to the Tornadoes Friday night,Nov.\', .The Rams are a 2-A school with aseason .j. ,. ..",<,-- I'
the 24 yard Fine at the end of the first at the Rams home field, game tto e record so far this year of ,' K
quarter. Is 8:00. three wins against losses. 1. I II
The two forms look alike and lend They played a tough defensive ball I
The second half opened with the themselves to much mis-direction game with us last year, Hurse said. Running Hard...
Tornadoes receiving the kick-off and football he bucks and Tornadoes 'ed 18 points the Tornado crowd'WIth.17-0
the ball says. Cross The only BHS't Allen Jenkins race through the Ham secondary delighted big victory
running out to the 28 yard Interlachen moved into scor-
counter plays and quick pitches**- while
line. A long pass from Sheffield to used with these formations. ing position two times and scored In their Ilnal home game of the canon Friday night In Starke.
Robert Hankerson was completedand "Interlachen has run a lot of shot two field goals.
ran to about the Ram 5 yard line ,
but was called back on a clipping
penalty.Several subsequent running
plays moved the ball to within field
goal range where Francis Increasedthe
lead to 10-0 with 7:37: on the clockIn

The ensuing kick-off was caught
about the Ram 5 yard line. A first
down at the 20 a 1 yard run, a
quarterback sack and a run for no Deerfoot Center
gain resulted in a punt from deep in
Ram terrirory, giving the ball to the
Tornadoes on the Ram 44.
On third and eleven, an 18 yard Starke FL 964-6946
pass to Hankerson netted a first
down on the Ram 25.The Tornadoes.were ,
pushed back to the 30 where
they moved to the 20 on fourth down,
not enough for the first down, so the


Rec News

Registration for the Recreational
Basketball program will be held
Nov. 13 through Dec. 6.
The Basketball program will be
separated into two groups: Group 1
forages 5-8; Group 2 for ages 913. OK BIG
Determining date for ages will be .
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Clinics will be held Monday,Tues-
day and Wednesday, Dec. 4,5 and 7. THE BEST VCR AT STEREO SOUNDS ., HEAD MEANS
Group 1 clinic will be held 3:15-4 4 QUALITY
p.m. Group 2 clinic will be held 4-5 GREAT
p.m., in the old Armory. THE BEST PRICEOnly25
Game schedules will be handedout
Wednesday, Dec. 7. All participaanta $319 Only $299 Cash & Carryor
must wear tennis shoes. Cash & Carry
There Is no charge for the program. 5
Players will receive T-shirts, but Cash & Carry ,,:'f'4
will Recreation wear pinnies Department.provided Games by will the 'r--" 1Ii or No Money Down &

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub- MINI-FLEA YARD SALE: Lots of calculators 100 ACRES: six room house and bam. "WHEN YOU NEED lTS MOSTWEAREATOlTR
,"iltted! to the Bradford County typewriters, sewing machines Owner will finance, $$2000/acre BEST
r legroph office >"n wilting' and paid In $99 DOWN. $135 PER MONTH, set up microwaves clothes, baby furniture, 864-7771 or 964-4537 TFN .HOMES....
advonc. unless credit, it already on lot with pool 13 25 a p r..8 years toys, appliances and lots of misc. 9. 10/26/89 5 CHEAPER THAN RENT) Immaculate, furnished 3 bedroom. 1% bath mobile
established with this office call Allen, 783-1420 4 items. N. 301 to NE50 th St., Strawberry LAWTEY ACREAGE: with road home wIs.parol. recreational room equipped with Hove S frig separate
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE s 10/19/89 4 Acres Fri. & Sat., 9-5 p.m. Call for details, MATHEWS REAL, garage, beautifully landscaped loon Grlffls Loop. $ 19600.
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 86 PIEDMONT, 56x26 3BR, 2 bath with 7 s 11/9/89 1 9644469. TFN 9 GREAT LOCATION-GREAT PRICE 4 bedroom, 2 bath, with a large family room
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER don and fireplace, ch/a, Assume loan PORCH SALE: Grapevine wreaths to S 10/26/89 located In the city $ 59,300.
THE TELEPHONE. balance call 964-8566 4 decorate handcraft clothing pictures 9 ACRE TRACT acres of mature pines, RAIFORD LOVELY HOMESITE 2 BR, 1 BA frame home on 1.65 Acres. Cleared
Classified, deadline is TUESDAY NOON s 10/19/89 4 and much more. Friday and Saturday.Nov. 5 acres of imprpuet drained property, 8 landscaped. Owner financing. $3500 On. $195/10 Yrs. $ 17,000
prior to Thursday publication. BY OWNER: 13 AC w/24x60 MH 3 BR, 2 17 S. 18 at Kingsley Lake. Watchfor pecan trees, bull'trees, mobile home, GREAT FIRST HOME for young couple- BR, I bo, carport, porch.
Classified display deadline TUESDAY BA AC. Screen porch, carport shop; sign. 7 s well, septio.-Great building site for NE 261h Av. $ 26.000
:5 00 P M. Special Classified, display barn 22x55 MH storage, half fenced 11/9/89 1 small ranch.Located I mile from Starke HWY. 301 SOUTH: Frame. BR. 2 bo, CH8A, 1539 s.f., 1.7 acres- $ 40.000NW
p'accment' 'is NOT Guaranteed. 964-8122. 4 s MOVING SALE. Washer,dryer commer- Golf Course., $34.900. 964-8602 af-
*Sth AVE.i 3 bedroom, 1 bath, 5 ocr... Home ho new 20 yr. roof, freshly
Minimum charge for classified ads ,isIS 11/09/89 3 cial desk 2 bikes, living room furniture ter 6 pm. 9 s painted Inside. Owner 'Make an Offer!
words for MUST SELL 14x70 MOBILE HOMEI dining room set and much, much says
$3 SO then 15 cents for I 9/7/89/ 12 315 WALNUT STREET Good rental homes
each word thereafter $1 billing chargewill Located in Olin's Trailer Park. Build- more. Sat Nov. 13 8-5; Sun., Nov. LAWTEY Hwy 125, farm house with 70 3053 Total 2 prc.porty.-3 :
be added to each CHARGED ing new house and moving soon. 19, 8-Noon. NE 2nd Ave., Country fenced acres, 2 wells, cow bam, 4 1080 Total Sq.Ft.. story porches;
< ''ossified, ad. Evenings 964-8960. 4 Club Estates. Watch for signs. chicken houses, approx. 50 acres In Sq.FI.240 :
Total Sq.Ft. Call foe viewing on these! $ 89,000
7 11/9/89 1
s 11/9/89 3 s hay pasture, 964-4469 Mathews
GARS/TRUGKS/VANS DOUBLEWIDE, Excellent condition. FRIDAY NOV. 17 & SAT., NOV. 18: All Really.lln19 s ELEGANCE IN THE COUNTRY, 3 BR, 1 lbo, concrete block, window treatments,
Loaded. Pay balance or assume day. Corner Orange St. & SR 100. 10/26/89 5 3 telling fans, CHSA, stove, refrlg DW, garage with door opener, antenna
1983 CHEVROLbT PICK-UP payments. 964-6849.10x45 MOBILE Fumlture: ,picture frames,misc.house- 20 ACRES ROAD 16 WEST turn by with rotary booster wood floors new Andersen windows, carpet, rose
SPORTSIDE 350.at.ac.ps pb.tmted HOME' S425.00. 964-9266 hold items, lots & lots misc. Keith Beauty Shop, owner financing garden, large patio area complete with brick BBQ grill smoker, and Lazy
windows ort wheels 26k 7 s 11/09/89 1 available, call 782-3665 9 Susan table, hothouse, tool shed separate pumphouse total electric,
miles.MUST SELL''.$K>.250.call 964- .I'SI: L (P. l'S, : FRIDAY. NOV. 173p m. hi ??; Sat., Nov. t 10/19/89 4 beautifully landscaped
9248 or 782-3660 2 18.9a m.until ?? 1346 Blanding. Lots 10 ACRE FARM with 2 poultry breeder BRICK HOME 4 BEDROOMS, I'/i BATHS, 402 St. Clair St. .66 of an acre, foyer,
s 11/2/89 10 :'Fd tS: \ lE. of baby Horns, bed, clothes Tots of houses. New tractor and equipment. LR, DR, kitchen w/ refrlg, range/oven, dishwasher, fan/hood; den, laundryroom
'36 BUICK SUMERSET. odds & ends. 7 s Melvin Griffis. 964-8468. 9 and an office, CH&A, enclosed carport ((2 cars), utility shop, spacious
ps.pb ac.auto.cruise control, am/fm HAPPY JACK TRIVERMICIDE: Recognized 11/9/89 V s 11/9/89 2 back yard with security lights. $71,000
stereo with cassette,$1000 below retail safe & effective by U.S. Bureau EDWARDS ROAD LOOK FOR SIGNS. OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: wooded BETHEL CHURCH RD: 3 BR. 1 ba CB wood floors, 1 1185 1 s.f. 5 acres $ 60.000
for $5495see at 2207 Raiford of Veterinary Medicine against hook, Toys,clothes, furniture, etc.Saturday lots, river access. $5450 each. No CRYSTAL LAKE) furnished log cabin, 98 ft. on water 1 BR/1 Ba. $ 90,000
Rd.Starke, 964-2910 2 round, & tapeworms in dogs & cats! only, Nov. 18. 7 s money down. $65.41 month. Owner. I- BROOKERi 3/2 brick and from. Shady Oaks SID extra lot $ 44,000
s 11/2(89 2 Gator I II I Farm Supply.Ole Glory Feed 11/9/89 1 236-4579 or 1-622-2438 TFN HAMPTON LAKE AREAi 3 BR, 2 ba, CHSA. screened patio w/ BBQ grill.
9'3 FORD GRAND TORINA runs $150 A Goldkist. 6 s SATURDAY-8 30 UNTIL,maternity,baby, 10. 10/26/89 !5 Also 3BR MH 1 1'Y.BA on 3 acres Excellent for small horse farm. $122.400
call 964-4863 2 10/12/89 10 kids,and ladies clothes.dishes,what
11,9-89 2 HAPPY JACK SKIN BALM: checks nots, etc. Hwy 301! South across from
I 1987 FORD TEMPO SILVER.Ssp very scratching a relieves Irritated skin 301! Drive in at the Five Winds
condition.$6500 obo Call Juli home, outside and In remodeled In cypress, CHSA, carpet, range, refrlg, d/w,
good without steroids. Promotes healing a RUMMAGE SALE: Inside 739 South HIRINGFull hot tub, shingle roof, fireplace, concrete driveway, aboveground pool:lots of
964-6713 or 964-8791 2 hair growth on dogs a catsl! Gator II Westmoreland. Fri. A Sat 8.303.00.Goris decking, screen porch, storage building. All of this surrounded by a 6' chain
s 11/9/89 4 Farm Supply Ole Glore Feed, a clothes, sz. 3-12; ladles large &: Part link S privacy fence. $ 75.000
< Goldkist. 6
WAGON: White w/maroon/ Interior 11/2/89 10 s sizes. 7 s 11/9/89 Time Positions GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY, LAKE GENEVA 292' on water and extendingto
Automatic PS, AC. New engine. SAMOYED 1 Available Hwy. 100. 7.17 acres, 165000. Property can be divided Into two 100' lots,
PUPPIES 5 weeks old. 4
by Hughes TACO $65.000 each and 92.65' lot $43,000.
Please one
$1 000 Call 964-8740 after 3 30. male 3 female.$75. call 964- Mobile Homes. Saturday only. 9 til 5. apply at
5764.8:30-5:30.473-3758 after 7 s 11/9/89 1 '* Taco Bell of ... LOTS S ACREAGE
t t 6pm.Ask for Chris 6 MOVING SALE! LAWTEY: 105th St. 3CLI Starke HWY. 16 EAST, 20 Ac. with fish pond 2 wells, palm trees, septic tank, swimming -
s 11/2/89 3 Beauty Shop hydraulic chair, quilting pool, can be bought as one parcel or four 5-acre tracts.
DOBERMAN PUPPIES BLACK AND frame, trash compactor. Lots of stuff KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 130x130 $4.500
i'R' LEASE, PARTIALLY COMPLETED RUST, $50-IOO, call 782-1221 Friday & Saturday. 7 MICHIGAN STREET 2 Acres Inside city. $10.000
1000 sq ft fast food location across 6 A 11/2/89 2 s 11/9/89 1 WALDO: Four lots, city water, well, septic 2 power poles $28,000
from KOA/Wal Mart 964-8848, evenings 317 N. MYRTLE ST.: Fri. A Sat. 82. SE 19th ST. HAMPTON:3 Ac., 3 Septic Tanks, 4" sub pump 2 power poles, access
473-3627 TFN 3 WANTED .
Jenny Lind crib w/mattress. Designer to city water 17.000
POfl SALE OR RENT.Warehouse/office: bumper pads and diaper hangar. Lots r 536 CHERRY STREET 200'xlOO'
space 3000-9000 sq ft, located at WANTED: CEMETARY LOT AT of childrens (sz. 2 & up) and adult ,1- HWY 225One acre. $5,000
Enterpnse Park next to Sunshine KINGSLEY LAKE CEMETARY, 964- clothes. Toys & Misc. 964-4279. LOT 9, GOLFAIR RDCountry Club Estates, Make Offer. $8.700
Industries Contact Diane Ely, 964- 7383 11 S 11/9/89 7
s 11/9/89 1 CONERLY ESTATES Lot 12 $10.000
: LAWTEY Five 105th Ave. Good
acres investmentl $15.000
North on US 301. Fri. A Sat. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD:20.16 1 Acres, 3 wells 2 poles $50,000
NEW. Top Call 1-372-
/OOO sq ft \two story stucco building. prices 7 s 11/9/89 1
137 a 139 E Call St. corner Thompson 5145 or 13364982. Gainesville. (We NOVEMBER 17: 3 Miles South on 229 WINDING TREE LAKELoI246, Fla. Frontier $15,000
St Leased to purchase or perfer will come to you). 11 Brownlee Road. Men, women and
--- Hours
Exchange for water front property. 8 11/9/89 2 childrens clothes. All different sizes.
Clyde W. Simpson. 356-6849 Torwj11ogaS' Nylssons! . . ...
Coats and jackets. Follow signs. LAKE GENEVA BEAUTY! AM. 'J. \.' '';,;.,',' 9i Q,: .73.7S.1Ph,
RETAIL STORES FOR LEASE: Great IFORVSALESUZUKI :. 7 s 11/9/89 1 Enjoy the view from Pauline Randolph. . . . . . ?. : . .96l.6323 r.
location across !from KOA/Wal Mart, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY-Towards paneled gorgeous Florida room or boat.YOW'pine Debra Connaughton .
Hwy 301, 1,000 sq. ft., 1250 sq. It.. MOTORCYCLE MC $275. call Lawtey on US 301, Just past Florida Fish, Swim from your beach. Lake '" -
473-3627 eveninas 3 4-5054 21 s Souvenler Land 7 s living vith dry convenience. Walk to
OFFICE SPACE LOCATED next to Dr. 1/9/89 1 11/9/89 1 park, library,shopping.

Len Schlofman's office, beside Wal- SUZUKI 964-5054 MOTORCYCLE 21 MC$200 call Affordable, at.99000. MOST PEOPLE DO NOT KNOW THERE IS A
Mart Shopping Center. US301 South.. 8

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/ Mercury reduced8000. 964-5992 CALL 375-7039 YOU MAY QUALIFY FOR A SUBSIDIZED LOAN FOR A
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Located Hwy. 301. 2 blocks South of C.R. 100 Lafayette St. .:rart!
Accelerated Realty Inc :
IMAGINE! 7 3/4 ACRES with 3BR/2Ba nous., lust on outskirts of city. 76-89 9644522STARKE,FL Your Full Service Real Estate Office ..
EXCELLENT PRICE FOR COUNTRY CLUB Great lor executive, only $79.500.67-89
OWNER ANXIOUSt Sampson City area. Assumable loan. 167-89 "
OWNER FINANCING with good down payment. 2 story apartments. Good Income : -

109.893BR1'Ba FIXER UPPER: small repairs, 42900. 171-89 RFV TMtBROKERS : j 964-4544IliJ--

LAWTEY AREA 3BR/1BO brick veneer, reduced to $42,000. Assumable. mor
tgage. 81-89 'for O.l.lVnce % >:rtrnv *iCi!: >mm*>'i'V.!;' "nL IOU II"
*5 ACRES: 301 South, 10000. Just off highway 79.89 _
:3 CB 2-APT UNIT or put back in 1 large house only 29900. 77-89
;; LAKE BUTLER LOT on the canal going into lake Butler Lake. Good for boat launching SPECIAL N/Homes vLotAcreage v/Waterfront
9;:; plcknlcklng. 64.89 Owner Financing 'v/Farms vCommercialON ..
+40 ACRE CATFISH FARMS can be split In 20 acres. 59-89 This home has everything! Brick 3/2'/i, Formal Dining Ream
*FRAME 3BR/1 Bo on 1 acre, just out of city limits. $26,900. 56-89 Family Room, Fireplace All Appliances.
*3BR/lBa FRAMES new window, reduced to $11.000. Needs repairs. 48-89 Double Garage, Pool. Patio A lake-Believe It or not ON THE WATER 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick. Eat-In Kitchen, Family Room <
3:4 NICI WOODED BUILDING LOT on Christian St. $5OOO.. 40-89 Only $85.000 CHSA Large Lot :2.80 Ac., 2310 SF, Front S Back Porches.
;J *MELROSE Lake privileges goes with this beautiful building/ 27-89 I LARGE ROOMY HOME 3BR/2BA Frame, Family Rm w/Flreploce, CHSA, t
fj *REDUCED Hwy 301 N. 10 acres, over 500 ft. frontage on hwy. Owner will 2184 SF, 576 SF Workshop Hampton lake Access. .
t finance. 117-88 To $25.000 ATTENTION, HOME SEEKERS 4BR/2BA CB Home, Family Room, CHSA. ,
r *OVER 1600 SF Brick veneer 2'/4 bath Ig. rooms fireplace, $79.900. $ 15.500 Cute as a button frame 1/1)) new kitchen cabinets. a 2148 SF, Garage, landscaped. a
: : *LARGE CORNER LOT In Country Club Estates 270x322x243. Trees and owner $ 23,900: Newly renovated inside and out, 2/1 fenced yard In Starke. ACRES OF PRIVACY 3BR/1BA A-Frame w/Porches All Round, Stove SRelelg.
: j financing. Who could ask for anything more at $12.500. 136-89 $ 24.500 In Brooker, frame home,,walk to everything owner. finance. .. Wood Burning Stove, Pole Barn :24x50. Tool Shed 8x9. Well S Sep-

; : *THE LOT YOU HAVI BEEN LOOKING FOR to build your dream home on292x200. -. $25,000 to $50.000 I tic* I
>t High' A dry A tr.... Can be divided. All this and owner financing for $ 37.500: Epp.rson St. 48R 1900 SF home, no sign on property. LOVELY BRICK HOME 4BR/2BA. CHSA, Stove, Refrlg A Dishwasher, 2240 I
$19.OOO. 89-89 *$ 31.000 Cedar home on 1 acre, CHSA, rang., ref. SF Sun Deck, Well Septic. I
; 1 NICE 2BR MH on .93 acre. Quiet area. Priced to sell at 17000. 149-89 *$ 42.500 Crystal Lake Homesitel, CB, 3/1. CHSA. range, ref 1300 SF. JUST NORTH OF LAWTEY 3BR/2BA Brick Family Rm. CHI A, 2946 SF. 2
c'.. 1988 DW on 3 high dry acres. Assume mortgage of $384.36 per month. Central *$ 43.500: A lotto house, 4/1'h. CHSA range, ref over 1500 SF. large Workshops, on 1.7 Acres w/lots of Shod. Trees.
heat S air range, refrlg and other extras. All major components Insured for $ 44,900: lake cottage on clear lake with white sandy beach large oaks. a ROOM FOR HORSES 3BR/2BA! Cut Brick. CHSA Range 1 fUtrlg. Big Shed,
one year. 137-89 *$ 49,900. Brick 3BR/1V* Ba, nice neighbor, rang., refs CHSA, encl. garage. Fenced Area for Horses. .
BEAUTIFUL HOME In Hampton Oaks, over 1.25 acres, over 2000 SF. Owner will $50,000 to '7S.OO .4j> CROSBY LAKE SHORES 3BR/2BA Two.Slary'Ham., Stove A Ref rl. AC Units,

consider Lease Purchos. 10-89 *$ (2.000 Best area, 3BR :lBo, CHSA. brick 1403 SF, tiew/txjf. new paint. a Electric Heal. Well A Septic, 1 Acre I a
I TO 6 ACRE LOTS Owner financing, low down payment. Septic lank included. *$ (2,000 3/1 on 3 acres. 38x30 pole barn fruit trees Wd'more. INVESTMENT PROPERTY Two Story Apt. Bldg.:2BR/1BA. eo Apt Gas Heat I
108-89 *$ (4,000 Highway 16 West 42'CHSA: 1496 SF oft Vj.sKr nl.) REDUCED. HWY 16W 3BR/2BA Doublewlde, CHSA- Workshop, Fish Pond. Well S I
PRICE REDUCED on this 30 acre (farm with large 4BR brick home. 99-89 *$ (5.000 Owner finance 2 story 4/2. CHSA. on 4.64JIV!I **. a Septic. 5.7 Acres. a
$2.BOO LOT IN TOWN. 92.89 *$ ".000. lawtey oreo, nice home, CHSA on 1 acre.//qr>and peaceful. RIVER BEND ESTATES 3BR/2BA OW Mobile Ham., CHSA, 2 Acres .
OWNER FINANCED NO INTEREST LOAN. 3BR home. Hwy. 100 100.89 *$ (2,000 Excellent neighborhood near the hospital. Corner lot 3/2 CHSA. CTY HWY 21$ 3BR/2BA Mobile Home, AC Units Central Heat 4.8 Acres.
HAMPTON LAKE LOTs assumable mtg. 129-89: *$ 65,000: US 301 S. frontage 3 acres with mobile homeand;; metal bldg. HIGHWAY 301 S. 300 Ft Frontage, 2 Mobile Homes 1 Commercial Bldg. a
*CUSTOM DESIGNED DW on 2 acres. Frame house on property also. In City. 315 LAFAYETTE 3BR/1BA Frame, CHSA Range, Utility Bldg w/Holf Bath. |
7389 Above $75,000
RENTALS: *$ 71,000 Bedford lake, 2/1 CHSA, completely furnished extra nice. 100x300.. SELECTED PROPERTIESHOME
*3BR House on Crosby Lake, $450/month. *$ 7*, 50i Brick CHSA, over 2000 SF In the country on 2.78 acres.
*3 BR, 2 BA House with CH/A fireplace $400/Mo. *$ 17,000 Farm house, CHSA on 28 acres. 2 Barns, pecan grove. BLOC LOTS Hwy 16W City Water S Sewage Owner Financing..
*2 BR Apartment Washington St. $230/Mo. *$ 4,000: Gorgeous brick home In Deerwood, 3/2 Immaculate. Must See. a HOME BLDG LOTS :Shady Oaks S/D Breaker. a
.-' *$''1,000Brick 4BR 2%Ba CHSA fireplace, ranch. ref. DW over S acres. FOUR S-ACRS. TRACTS Brooker Owner Financing.
-.V- reduced. THREE 2-ACRS RIVERFRONT LOS Brooker, Owner Financing.
*m,900 Starke Historic Renov.68R. 3Bo 6 fireplaces
*$17 ,152: Beautiful story brick and cedar farm home. 4/2MBa on 72 acres, a 4 ACRES! Well, Septic..A Power Pole. a
I ACRES Hwy 301 South.
s Call One of Our Professionally FOR RENT ..( ACRES Frontage en New River Well 8 Septic.Weyne .
*AVAILABLE to 3/31/90: Complete furnished; mobile home. No pels, children. a a t
r1F Trained Staff
, Today.954506"After AFTER HOURS
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.; ; Hours Call These Realtor Associates: Cell us About Deu /lo.- 964-4593 1111 Gnann.964.6664 .
' I N .lr.n.l.Faulkn.r..51.2! LAKE LOTSHOMES "ACREAGE 111I Dodd M-7401 Clarke Stephen.9646311Maxlne
*IJI Mmes!fIr1 .Darkn.Godwln..d682503Warr.n'Woody.Ryd.r..964.9040 BUILDING LOTS :> .COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES Novls Werd. 64.7454 loath .41-U| Ia

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I [ Starke Area Ads ] START i ]Tht4j AT$8.00 PER HOUR In 90.:.day' "' Retirement Su-El's Community Retirement Community Retirement Home

for bandsaw operator., Must be mature A small retirementcommunity In this smallcommunity
,sober person with a sense of the we also
at SuEl'a.We
career potential.Call have Su-El's
., ... Fantasy Woodcraft.782-1163 MondaI have rentals or Retirement Home, A
: ., ". 1'.OR, ,,11i1jt": l\IJ.]E.t.. i' :"::_::l ()R'IU N.'r '. '.. I Friday, 9am-Spmfor appointment rooms Independent for self-care seniors r licensed group home
15. 11/2/89 2 It In a quiet IJUF 1 for seniors who need
AS "
$14,99 PER MONTH. LOW AS ANTIQUE BOOKCASE: 3 Door. Oak, 2 BR HOUSE IN CRYSTAL LAKE HOME ANYONE CAN APPLY!Guaranteed Visa/ with a home-like k' l i assistance with
6946. 12 CALL 964- refinished. Great for books or display. SITES, unfurnished $275 plus $I ISO i MC,US Charge. Even with bad credit. atmoiphcrc.At Su-Ei'st supervision. We givepersonalized
52ALUMINUM 9,7,89 Early 1900't. $765.375-7577. deposit,now taking applications 964- No one refused. Call 602 842- we offer housing t" hr. care hot- 24
12. 11/9/89 1 5734 after 4pm 13 I 1087.eICI.U4424 s utilities, maId and supervision -
NEWSPAPER l meals, laundry service '
11/2/89 2
MAGNAVOX PORTABLE COLORTV 11/2/89 4 laundry services with
PLATES.Measures 24x36 $50; 1/2 hp 6* double bench COUNTRY HOME 2 BR LARGE BATH PEP-O NOW ACCEPTING applications system emergency cull 1- day,Certified week, long term
stay. nursing
Inches$ 50 each. Great for patching grinder $45; Sear Kenmore RollAway and dressing room, large living room for full time Cashier/StocK person. Meals asst, first nld, CPU
and repairs TELEGRAPH 135 W. Dehumidifier $50. Call 964- with fireplace, ch/a, kitchen all appli- Apply at Pep-O.620 S. Walnut St. optional. trained stall
Call St. Starke. 12 s 7322.12 I 11/9/89 ances, 6 1/2 mites out of starke on 15 s 11/2/89 2
9/7/89 52 Brownlee Rd, 533-2483 13 ORGANIST NEEDED for small church,
ALICIA HAY FOR SALE IN ROLL.Arthur ROUND{bur DINING TABLE, one leaf, with s 11/2/89 2 call David Ashley 475-1844 or 373- [1468-26191
Gaskins, 782-3140 12 padded chairs, off white color. TRAILER FOR RENT.rOx65.Landlord 3970 15 s 11/2/89
$50.00. Call after 964-3434.
10/26/89 5 12 s 11/9/89 6pm. 1 special, 4.1 mile from FSP, $175 ATTENTION 2 1 Mile South on SR 323 Hampton FL e Sue Lott Walker
HANOI HOUSE -HIRINGI!Government jobs
PORTABLE month,2BR, furnished
buildings, partly ,
SUGAR CANE$6.00 the dozen
: by or buythe
your area $17.840-$69.485 Call I-
storage buildings, garages, green whole 964-7008. 5540 13 s 11/2/89
patch. 602-838-8885, ext. R349315
houses. NO DOWN PAYMENT Hwy 12. 11/9/89 1 TRAILER IN COUNTRY, 2 BR large
301 South 964-8848 TFN 124 PLY PLYWOOD $11.99. Roofing kitchen and living room, like new, ATTENTION S 11/9/89: EARN 2 MONEY READING SALES AND SALES MANAGEMENT

12 s 10/26/89 5 Felt, $699.: Pressure Treated Lum- 60x14, central heat, nice yard and BOOKSI!$32,000/year Income potential OPPORTUNITYSeek
$790 NO DOWN ber. Plumbing. PVC, Electrical Gar- trees,one child max.,964-6714, Meng Details. 1-602-838-8885 ext
PAYMENT .Hand! Stare den Tools Nails. STEPHEN SMITH Dairy Road and 21st Si, $255 month BK3493 15 *
buildings Hwy 301 South 964- LUMBER & BUILDERS SUPPLY 7 plus deposit 13 11/9/89 2 your own earning level with an
8848 TFN
12 s miles South of Starke on 301. Free 11/2/89 2 CONSTRUCTION: $7 $14 hrly/sub hir-
10/26/89 income
5MARY'S industry Starting
Delivery. 4682624. 12 DESERT ISLE MOTEL;lowweekly rates, ing all phases now. Need several
VARIETY SHOP: Sales,wicker, S 11/09/89 1 kitchenettes room available, mobile trainees. 355-5500.WA RE HOUSE: above average annually. Your
used furniture
appliances, TV's, PINEHURST VARIETY has a new shipment home for rent.782-333,2. 13 $$Top Pay$$. Hiring all shifts now.
microwaves VCR's .You name It, I of western shirts 25% OFF. s 11/2/89 2 Will train. 355-5500. 15 abilities combined with work plus
carry III.! Alwas looking for such items. Pinehurst Variety, across from 4 BR.2 BATHS, kitchen, living room din- I 11/9/89 2HOMES
Stop in if you wish to sell something. Southside Elem. Hwy. 100 South. Ing room and Florida roomch/a,$475 best training market potentialand
304 E. Call SI., 964-3250. Eveningscall month, call 964-5484 13
12. 11/9/89 1 FOFtSALET: employee benefits make this a
964-5813. Don't
call after 9pm s 11/2/89 4
TFN 12 s 10/26/89 2 BEDROOM DUPLEX career
: UNFURNISHED great opportunity.Call .
BEDS$75,Whispering Pines CALL AFTER 5PM 964-8566 block house, family room with free-
Care Center, call 964-6220 HOME LOTS WITH CITY 13 s 11/2/89 2 standing fireplace,livingroom.kitchen, Gwen Anders ((904)) 376-2581 :
12. 10/26/89 4 WA TEA,SEWER. CABLE TV 964- GARAGE APARTMENT,2 Br.I yearlease, seperate dining room, carport and
25% OFF ON ALL FABRICPinehurst 7498 TFN 13 s $200 month 964-3579 13 utility room, fenced yard with bam
Variety Store, across from Southside 10/26/89 5 s 11/9/89 1 call 964-5647 16 s
Elem Hwy 100, 964-5587 12 MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY 3 BR HOUSE, I year lease $200 month COMTEMPORARY ENERGY EFFI- An Equal Opportunity Employer.
s 10/26/89 5 WATER, SEWERCABLE TV, 2 BR, 964-3579 13 s CIENT HOME for sale, 3 BR 2 bath
PIANO FOR SALE, responsible party to 1 BATH, 964-7498 TFN 13 11/9/89 1 1456 sq It,ch/a,paveddead end street,
take up low monthly payments on s 10/26/89 5 THREE BR 2 BA DOUBLEWIDE in the near hospital& Elem.school,$51,900,
beautiful console piano, call toll free, HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for country On large lot 964-6664 alter 5 call 431-1165 16 s
1-800-346-2450 12 S rent. Close to prison. Call 468-1323. and weekends. 13 s HANDYMAN SPECIAL $9.000 Cash or DURRANCE PUMP & SUPPLY
11/2/89 2 TFN 13 s 10/26/89 11/09/89 1 $11.000 Terms. Nice shaded lot with

HUNTING VEHICLE-1968 WILLYS J-5 5STATE 14x70 3 BR 2 BA MOBILE HOME:$275/ fruit trees.Utility building. FreeStandIng -
JEEP,V-6 engine,4 wheel drive,very EMPLOYEES,need home close Mo., plus $135 Deposit. Call 964- fireplace, 2 ceiling fans,and 1 AC
good condition, $1200, call 964-8704 to your work? We have dean mobile 7328 or 964-8704. 13 unit.ERA Faulkner Realty 964-5069. Mers :,GO (IS:
12. 11/2/89 2 homes available call 468-1323. TFN S 11/09/89 1 SMALL HOUSE IN COUNTRY: 2 BR 1 "

SIMMONS HIDE-A-BED SOFA, queen 13 s 10/26/89 5 MOBILE HOME:2 Bedrooms. Furnished BA on one acre. In Graham, 20000. ,Water"
size, new condition; also small china FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR.all utilities very clean Across from Wal Mart 485-2727. IB e
cabinet Rd.229-A, call 964-6486 paid. From $37.50 up weekly. Shopping Center. No pets. Call 964- ALMOST BRAND NEW 3 BR 2 BA With :SystemsPump J :
12 s 11/2/89 2 MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St. 8810.13 s 11/9/89 Garage. Energy Efficient, low maintenance n- '" ,.-
3HP EVINRUDE BOAT MOTOR.excellent Starke. In front of Post Office. 12FURNISHED quality built home. 48000.
for John boat, $200, call 964-8594 13 s 9/7/89 52 1 BEDROOM APART- Only $421.24/mo. payment with un-
12 S 11/9/89 1 ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT, heat MENTS. $175/Month. No Pets. 964- der$1500 down payment if you qual- Sales & Service'On All Makes
'74 LINCOLN for parts. Good engine pump cooled and heated,walled patio, 2796. 13 s 11/9/89 ify. By Owner. 1011B W. Pratt SL
Cattle Trailer. For information, call off street parking, outside storage, 1 964-8073 16 s

782-3437. 12 S 954-8601 13 I 3 BR, 2 BA MOBILE HOME. CH/A. Car- CUSTOM BUILT 4 BR brick home 35 Well Drilling -
10/26/89( 53BR.
11/09/89 1 Screened-In front porch fenced
I 11/2 bath house, with fenced backyard pet acres, all city utilities, entire property
BUNK BEDS: Complete with mattressesand in yard. $325/Mo. plus deposit with 1 beautiful building lots, Bessent Rd, Residential &: Irrigation
$200 sec. dep., $350 month,
bunk boards $100. 375-7577. years lease. Castle Properties USA, .
call 964-6300 for aooointmentHERSONALtSERVICES Lie #1305
12 s 11/9/89 1 call 964-7404 for more Info. TFN Inc.. William D. Tiffin licensed real A
BEDROOM SUITE: Triple dresser and 13 s 10/26/89 5 estate broker 964-5065. 13s 964-7061 864 N. Temple Ave.. Starke
mirror, 2 night stands and headboard. OUNS SUBDIVISION MOBILE Home 11/9/89 1 Eves At Weekends: 964-7578
Dark wood finish. Only $175. 375- lots for rent, water and sewer furnished 3 BR 2 BA WITH GARAGE:Almost brand WELL DRILLING, PUMPS 4 SERVICE:
7577.12 8 11/9/89 cable tv available. 782-3333 new. 1011-B W. Pratt St. $500MoAskaboutteasepurchaseoption Durrance Pump & Supply Co, Water
1LIVING TFN 13 I 10/26/89 .964- 864
systems specialists. N. TempleAve
ROOM SUIT[ : Excellent condi COUNTRY HOME, 3 miles Into town 8073.13 I 11989HELBWANTED US 301, Starke.32091 TFN USED TIRES
tion.Heavy wood vii th cushions,couch 2BR furnished with water bed $250 2EARN DONT LET YOUR CHILDS GRADES

and 2 chairs, 2 endtables and coffee month, first, last and deposit, 964- : : ; I and self-esteem sink this year. Call
table. $225. 375-7577. 12 5540 and 964-3049 13 964-8594. TFN 17 S

S 11/9/89 1 S 10/26/89 3 $5-$10 PER HOUR. Part time ALTERATIONS: zippers, hems, buttonholes ';
EFFICENCES, CLEAN, air conditioned, or !
DINING ROOM SUITE: Butcher Block patches.eto. Drop off and pickup $1 000
full time. For Information call RAMONA -
table with 6 vinyl swivel chairs $125. carpet, utilities paid, no drinking or 782-3068.AVON. 15 7 days a week,7am8pm,9645587. -
375-7577. 12 SPINE distrubno children or pets, 964-5687 s 10/26/89 5 Pinehurst Variety across from &Up :
13 10/26/89 5
HUTCH: 2 piece, 7 drawers and TRAILER s FOR RENT, 3 miles south on fJiAI,.f:$TATE LlCEN$ ; O\JRSIi\ only t Southside" Elem.' Hwy KX -TFN' -,- --- -
storage space Beautiful piece. Only 301, 468-2409 13 I 4weeks.call I-155-4b40.North Fl.Real I ANDY MAN.: Reasonable'Vales.t Paint-
$245. 375-7577. 12 11/2/89 9 Estate College. TFN 15s Ing, Plumbing, Electric ft Home Re- HIGH TREAD x}
10/26/89 5 apirs 25 yrs.experience.Woody 964-
openings available in several areas, WANT TO DRINK THATS
will train.For Info call :3I2-742-8620, YOUR BUSINESS! WANT TO
ext. 362 15 1,, s STOP? THATS OURSI) BIG OAK TIRE II r C.
10/28/89 4 Alcoholics Anonymous 964-3619, ,
$60PERHUNDREDremailinpIettersfrohome. m 954-4150.964-8614 //#17 964-9388
Details, send s"elf-addressed,
stamped envelope to : Associates, CALL Carlton Craft at 964-6697 U.S. 301 N. e 1601 N. TEMPLE AVE.
Box 309-T, Colon la, N,J. 07067 anytime,or Jimmy O'Steen 964-7387 (Next to Kentucky Fried Chicken)
15 s 10/26/89 5 after Sorn TFN 17 I
semble products at home. Call 1 for
Bobbie Sue O'Brian.Call 964-7717 for
from $15 5/mo.
1 Bedrooms
Information. 504-641-8003, ext. 9579 .: ,
Information. 17 .
2 Bedrooms from $165/mo. IMMEDIATEOPENING 15'1 11/2/89 FOR HAIRSTYLIST 2 BABYSITTING TO SCHOOL IN AGE.MY HOME.6am-6pm.Mon-s INFANT A heat peanyone Trans a.

and NailTechmcan time, I
3 Bedrooms S e .$205/mo. working conditions, competitive good pay. Sal Debble.964-6341. 17
Clientele In person, WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME days and I V 9A

Sandi's Mane Attractions, Hwy 100, nights 964-821717 s : 1
Keystone Hts, 473-0351 15 RITE WAY ROOFING CO. New roofs,
11/2/89 2 tear off and reroof, leaks fixed, mobile
ANYONE CAN APPLY!Guaranteed Vis* homes roofed,carpentry and hauling. comfortablewith. hieatp o
Free estimates.Call 964-3392 or 964-
MC US Charge. Even with bad credit. 7612.17 11/9/89 / .

''Lbt ..i'A'1/aitabiielor''Rierit.1' ', No one refused. Call 602-842-1087, CRAWFORD'S CLEANING: Homes and {
ext U4424 15'I
offices We take pride.Free estimates. .
11/7/89 2 _
Call 964-4377. 17 s t.
FREE BULLDOG ---=- .. .'
PUPPIES: Call 468- =-
Senior Registered Nurse, ... 2807 after 6 p.m. 18 Buy DM TniM XL 12OO hot pun .
Florida Liccnsure as a professional f"AFFORDABLE s 11/9/89 1 l '"''ts''
Minimum qualifications; It't bound to provide a kmjf luting feeling ofIt.
11 I ,;'t comfort.Becauw the XL 1200 Welthenrorf
registered nurse and one year experience. T.H.E. APARTMENTS CHAIN LINK FENCE::Installed.Free esti- L; 'ii'i heat pump u backed by an exclusive nwiufac*
mates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO., .. ; Iurorll0yearhnuledWllftl1tyonboththe
and experience. Salary negotiable .
Salary based on credentials index].
922 E. Brownlee St. owner Tommy Reddish 964-8159 compressor phn2ye.vtonp.vti.
Benefit worth over$8,000). the unit's high efficiency help reduce
$ annually. ( package super your
up to ;$28COO Camp BlandingRd. STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE energy usage alt year.tug. Call
Medical Technician CERT SALES AND SERVICE: All makes today fnr more details on the .
Correctional Starke, FL 32091 and models cleaned, oiled and adjusted XL 1200"heat pump.Franc-"
Florida Ucenstiro as a practical nurse. ,tits is available.
Minimum qualificlatfons. $15.. New and used sewing

Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable up. 964-7133 machines Road) 964-8733. Hwy 233 TFN A 16 17(Morgan COWARTTO4MT

to $18,000 anually. (Benefit package worth over $5,000). 2 & 3 DIt family oriented, with ROOFING AND REPAIRS:Pressure Air Conditioning Contractors

New Clinic under constnlction. Succeislal candidate will be laundry & large playground. '. washing. Call 964-6341. Terry Parks. CACO27626

eligible! for all Florida career service benefit, includm": State Tree electricity first monUi. TFN 17 ( 10/26/89 Sorting Bradford County end .
Contributions to health: Insurance and retirement,.'13 paid vacation .Kent 20%of your monthly K' surrounding counties. for over ISysu I 964-8025 I t

Deferred compensation Income If qualify. !
days, 10 paid holidays end sick leave. you
(training. -If you cam $3.35 per Inf., 40 .. ,
CEU's and in-scrvicc --
plan, J
hr!*: week& have: 3dcpcmlcnls. 1
would be
your rent

Interested persons should contract about SI 12. a month or$3.73 1
R. Nate Holton, Personnel Manager { per day for days left In month, Announcing the Opening of
for move-til after lhe first.
New River Correctional Institute 'I': ;
Qualified Singles Accepted.
P. O. DOT: 333 Move-In cost can be us low as Bradford Family
Ralford, FL 32083 -$10.00.LoIl11nCOfM:

or F1tone roEJP = SK. 8 Housing

(504)) 964-4000 PORR5618Preference Rents for 30* Practice

shin be given t') veterans and spouses of veterans! Equal of lour Income I _lL__ _______,
If You Qualify *- < ,

Bruce Pollock, M.D. i

plORfCENTRALLIMITED. TIME OFFER.INS'"u: E" .Activation thrUNCC> Board Certified f Family Physician t

Mount MotorolaAudio General, Pediatric and '.
CELLULAR | Radiant PHONESTARKE : Vox Adult Medicine '

with antenna $495 .
Pager AV-MED, Medicare, PPC,

Blue Cross/Blue Shield .
964-4238 Financing:Available "rr

cwnxs>< s72"soa. 3' Payments from $25.00 per mo.nutraRtY 743 Walnut Street, Suite B, / tu'.

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Office I lours 8:30: am to 5 pm. :Monday through Friday !

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I Legal Opinion Reversed on $100 Assessment Fee pre, w,t 4y I

withhold services The constitution suggested commissioners return to you are doomed. Together, you can before raising the millage to 10 dropped and'millage Isn't raised. Nov. :21, and ask them to sign a one
require that you operate the tail, the Starke'councll and ask them to solve the problem." mills, In light of the Increased Property owners can look forward to year Interlocal agreement, to
and In my opinion you cannot refuse consider a one year agreement. Waters said commissioners will assessments, especially on lake the mlllage going to ten mills next preclude borrowing operating funds.
UM of the Jail by the cities In the Kopelousos said there's nothing not assess county residents and not front property.Carter year without a special assessment. Kopelousos Farnsworth and County I
Cliff" wrong with the approach. "If cities assess city residents. said the county will have to Carter offered to attend the next Clerk Ray Norman agreed to accompany -
Chapmanl director of and counties don't work together, Riddick said that he would resign borrow money If the assesssment Is Starke council meeting, Tuesday, Waters.
services, told
commissioners that the c.o.n. (cer-
tificate of need) was Issued to Brad- THESE CHEAT DEALS AND..
ford and
County withholding ser
vices will violate the certificate,
unless revised. "Bradford County Ai
could said.Kopelousos lose its certificate," Chapman GET CAP

said it may be possible

for the county,to rewrite the cer- .. ., ... ".
to tificate withhold of need ambulance allowing service the county from 'Get a free NAPA Camouflage cap "', Get a free NAPA Camouflage -

city residents. when you purchase a case of / \. cap when you

Kopelousos said he understandsthe Valvoline A I-Cimate/! : \ purchase a set of AC,
commission's frustration and an- O Motor Oil with a ., ." ""' .', 'I" Autolite or ChampionSpark !
'tagonlsm, but that they have been
told by the people and by Starke ___.uu_____ -------- NAPA OilFilter. Plugs with
council that they do not agree that a set of Belden
this Is a solution. "It's back to the Spark Plug ..
drawing board," with two options, _iTC Wires.Resistor.
cut the budget or find other sources 'I
of revenue. VIU aliooE e NAPA 1"
Commissioner Joe Riddick said
many people have indicated ap- Pings
proval of the assessment in conver- -- NAPA I'
sations with him,and other commis- YAlYt1hINE All-Climate J Oil Filler 99C
1pw30. 1OW4O 2OW50. rebate
Kopelousos said, "By their failure Super HPO30HD SPECIAL DISCOUNT PRICES Most After Popular mail-In Numbers
to forward and the
come support .
special assessment, they have said Look for the Valvollna/ $2 00 High Performance Check II In your mailbox or In vMOMI. 9pM1C Plug WIres ,
'no' to the assessment." any 0124 popular car and outdoor magazines .
Bring It to us and save$2,00 when you buy 6 quarts or more of any Valvoline .
Bad News... motor al.l _ _
CPA Pat Farnsworth asked
Kopelousos if commissioners can
"go back and advertise, raise NAPA MOTOR Oil Chargercss" WD-40 NAPA
millage and mail out new tax NAPA Motor Oil targe 12...slie CAMOUFLAGE
notices?" Top quality All around charger for everyday
Kopelousos said, "No, they will on sale now. home or shop use 6&2 amp Stops squeaks protects metal loosens CAP
have to wait until next year." 74 t per .1 volts charger operates at both 6&12 L. rusted Removes parts grease,trees and sticky grime.mechanisms.12 oz. 6;
Waters asked,"Are you telling me quart 142160
court that ?we" don't have a chance in after 1OWJ4 mail-In leVWO,20wfS4 rebate aeMD 85-163 $29.95 $1.75 $3.99

Replied Kopelousos, "I'm telling
you exactly that.I'm telling you that Price and offer good through November 30.1989 or while supplies last.at participating NAPA AUTO PARTS STORES.Limit one cap per customer or business.KrSXSSS .
the vehicle you have chosen, the STARKE MOTOR PARTS i
legislature has set parameters at the Alltherightpartsinmove. : E
limits." Starke FL
4IA ft
we charge the cities?"Com .Quality products backed 155 Brownlee I Street allthergplaces:
missioner Ross Chandler asked. by over 6,600 stores nationwide.
"Not without an interlocal agree- ((904)) 964-6060 4D
ment,"said Kopelousos.!
Chandler said he talked with
Starke Councilmen Travis Woods
and Vernon Barber following the
council's refusal to sign the In- saaaamzaxasa f

they understood terlocal would agreement have both voted councilmen for, an and agree-to say he MAKE AW OFFER ON ANY NEW CAR

ment that had a one year sunset

clause in It.Unclear..Signals... OR TRUCK IN STOCK

Chandler said, "The question has
been asked time and time again,
'where do we stand legally?' We You'll be surprised how much you can save...
wouldn't be in thiJ(situation) if we
thought they wouldn't sign." And in is
Chairman Waters said he has talk- your worth much more.
ed with two out-of-county judgesand
both said the county can proceeolwith
the assessment. Terwillegar offers the best
Kopelousos replied, "I don't have LIFETIME
any problem in advising you that rQ SERVICE car repair guarantee inAmerica.
you must have an Interlocal agreement Ask] about
You cannot get any money :: GUARANTEE ..., our
from within the incorporated city Lifetime Service Guarantee
limits (without the agreement)."
Commissioner Joe Riddick said to Compare: 1989 Mustang LX
Attorney Flynn, "I understood you I. ... .. t.Eft. .. Eft EIS :.y. ;O O..
to tell us we ul)< proceed without 5 :
interlocal agre, ment as long as we 4 Cyl Sp. : Tune up coupon i II' :
are not In competition with the city.I

dicated read an opinion as much.Kopelousos in.'lOur office that in- 1. : 4 cyl. $23.95 Eflotoicrafl _, :

replied "You & $9995
misunderstood the statute.: !' FROM 6 cyl. $28.95 0G
Riddick asked Flynn directly OG : QUAlITY.PARTS FOR QUAlITY y8"
"Didn't you advise us that we could .'wC. 8 cyL $34.95 .
do this with or without and agree- + tax & title .
ment?" v ., Includes pert.&labor to Install plugs Inspect choke: throttle linkage plug .
Flynn said, "There's been a lot of, wires&diaL cap adjust idle A timing. AerosUrs AEconolines: higher. .

confusion. I'm having a problem .. .. ....... .. ........ ... ...
without going down there if we didn'tneed

all along an agreement.that an Interlocal I've contended agree- 1989 Full Size Bronco XLT :

ment"Gilchrist would be the safest way to go.an Loaded ... .. .. ....... ..a.aas....

ordinance without going the citiesin Brake Inspection
the county for an interlocal agree- : :
ment. I'm sorry if there has been
$ $10.95 a
some misunderstanding. 17 995
Chandler responded, "I feel we -- ---
should have been told if there were rotate tires
any doubt that we could bill city -- i '. ... .. .. ... .......,a.',
residents. I'd rather have known 3
months ago. It seems we have gone + tax & title
too far In this thing."
Kopelousos said,"I don't think we ...... ................
You will have to take .
are wrong now.
some ad valorem tax to fund the jail, o Cooling System Check
you can't do it with assessments on- s ;
l). You need to see what other 1989 Demo Bronco :
avenues of revenue are open to you, : $17.95EVERYTHING
and cut back in services.You cannot $16 995 ..
function..vou have to live within X loaded 9olilr( s a=)ego i --l---a.
number of dollars." 9 + tax & title o it ; Ni .
Commissioner Maxie Carter, Jr.,

Guidelines... MUST GO :I1V.lMEDlATELYl :

s rw'A reasonable offer refused on every vehicle in stock

tribute less funding"than they do
I now. "A greater burden of school
funding would be shifted up this 1983 Ford
way"he said. BUY OF THE 1983 Ford F-25O Hi-Top 1986 F-150 Lariat
1 Alvarez thinks the answer to in- Conversion4VanTnL: Cruise. PW&U Air Spt,
creased property taxes could be WEEK Diesel Air: Stereo Extra Wheels, Bed Liner. Chrome
solved with slate takeover of education Clean$465O 4 Capt Chairs.Bed Sets Alum 36.000 ML
funding from the counties. In Wheels.. Running Soard.Ex Sharp jumper.
f many counties, such as Bradford Clyde e ars
school taxes equal or slightly exceed $6995' 7695.
} ad valorem taxes. In addition to cutting .,. .
s local ad valorem taxes In half,. 1989 Lincoln
state control of school financing

would governments free up and money pacify those for local who Town Car 1988",Hyundai GL 1988 ,Ford Aerostar XL

complain about school taxes when 5 Sp.Air AM/FM Cass, Cloth Int AT,AIr TOt, Cruise::: Cloth seat Running Boards
have children In school. It White with Blue
would they also no abolish the need for state Carriage Top. Ex. Clean. Low Payments Custom Stripe Pkg. 21,000 MI..Showroom New
regulation of property appraiser offices Showroom new. All options

,Alvarez said.wnnlna. : SAVE THOUSANDS $4,895 $10. 995', ,

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Tennis ,. Front" '-

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rs Starke 377-1098: 388rFORJ Heights Paid 01' 'aite-Ins' ,

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Forestry Agents Work to Fight Fires, Prevent i

Our Wildlife Heritage from Going Up in SmokeBy

Tim Human ing to forests and wildlands", the only area of the State impacted
Forestry'sent The new Division of Forestry's by this influx of people. South Floridians -
&Mark FrledUn function still focuses on these two I' as well as newcomers, are
BCT Staff Writer main ideas; however, there are beginning to settle in North Florida
For decades, the wood-using industry many other programs and services where our vast timber resources are
held first place In the in- provided now that were of no con- also located. The housing trend is ,
cern to landowners In the 1920s. moving toward the small 5-10 i''
dustrial life of Florida. But after Sometimes l fr frv
WWI in the early 19208,Florida had these it appears that becauseof homestead secluded by woods. This t
17 million acres of cut-over burned- other programs that we are poses quite a concern with Forestry'
over forest land and six million drifting away from our initial role as officials as well as with timber com
acres of virgin timber that was preventers. panies, because of the potential for
; rapidly being cut. Needless to say, Now, here we are in the 1980s and escaped dcsbris burns and careless
there was a general lack of interest rapidly moving into the 1990s. use of fire. Last year In Bradford
t in forestry at this time. Forestry: is again in the forefront of County,careless debris burning and
In 1923,the Florida Forestry Assn. Florida s industrial life. Nowhere in woods arson accounted for 72% of
,. was formed in an effort to create an Florida is this fact more evident our fires, and 63% in Union County.
interest in, and improve the condition than right here in Bradford and The common denominator in all
\ of forestry in the state. Finally Union Counties. With the concentration these fires. is they they are all"mancaused" -
In 1927, the Association was able to bf major forest industry and
get enough support from the private forest landowners in these The problem of "mancaused"fires
1\ legislature to pass an act setting up two small counties, we can easily is not only here in the northern
the Florida Board of Forestry The say that forestry has a major impacton portion of the statethe problem is _
. old Florida Board of Forestry set up our community development. statewide. The Director of the Divi- t y _
what eventually became known as Another fact about Florida that is sion of Forestry, Harold K, Mikell, .. :- '_
today's Division of Forestry.The not quite as evident here locally is has mandated to every one of. the 18
two main functions of the Old that our State population is steadily Districts. to "reduce man caused
Florida Board of Forestry were to Increasing. Last year approximately fires" This mandate is now known.
"prevent and extinguish forest 358 000 people decided move toFlorida. A Forestry Agent''surveys a burned out section of woodlands
fires"and"enforce all laws pertain- See Page 6B
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I I 18-Year-Old Gets 40 Years for Shooting ]I

An 18-year-old Jacksonville man Jacksonville cab company requesting Ruth. apprehended+ June r f
where they were 4
was sentenced in the Tuesday to serve 40 a pick up. The cab company The men stole Barren's purse but 5 after the owner of the stolen Jeep ,..
years Department of refused
Corrections and Combs and could not find her :
keys and fled to identified the pair.Johnson's {
after he pled Johnson
guilty to second returned to the station with '
the station trying to locate a case is set for disposition
degree murder. intend to take ,
clerk's car. vehicle. He Is scheduled to plead
OO limQ O ne. Donwell Andre Combs pled guilty While Barron was getting the keys, When an attempt to secure to the charges, said Ruth.
to shooting Betty Louis Barron May one of the men shot her in the chest, another vehicle failed the two hop- Combs was originally from Lake '
Hair Design Tanning Nails 25 at the Shell Station on US-301 and according to prosecutor James ped a train and rode to Jacksonville City, according to prosceutor James
110 in
Barron, 37, of Max-

StylistsTIna Clemons,Jane Krchane; ; &Marlene O'Steen died ville,June who 13 was from shot the on shooting.her birthday, Bradford Jail Processes 173 in October .;1

Combs and co-defendant, Michael
I 10%' Senior Citizen Discount Johnson ,.
on TuesdayWalkIns I from Lake, were City (where returning they had May sold 25 arrests uunng were me processed month of October 173 of driving under Influence and 25 ar- Florida Highway Patrol troopers. ..
at the Brad
rests for
Deerfoot Village drugs) when their Jeep (which they ford County jail driving while license 687 calls were received throught
according to Sheriff
Welcome1371 had stolen in Lake suspended. the Jail In October. 174 felony Investigations
South Walnut St.Suite 1400 City) broke down Kenneth Etheridge. The total Starke
904-964-2222 Starke, FL 32091 near the Shell Station. The men went number includes 91 police were responsible for eight missing persons,
felony 48 arrests,
arrests deputies 122 arrests -
into 11 fires (structure/woods) 24 accidents ::'
station for 46
a quarter to call misdemeanor .
a ,
-, arrests 11 charges and three arrests were made by were worked by deputies,

four 41 .>
-- -- escapees were reported
HAPPY Burglaries and 411 calls listed as '
THANKSGIVING miscellaneous. {;
Winn-Dixie' I{ Deputies wrote 51 traffic citations
At Winn-Dixte. we would like to say thanks to all of served 737 civil papers recoveredone ,
our wonderful customers like youl For years we've had stolen vehicle and officers provided ':
the pleasure of assisting you with your meal planning escort for seven funeral pro-
and food needs and we're cessions.
grateful when you've givenus
that opportunity. At Thanksgiving, we're most -'
1 ar e. happy to express our sincere appreciation to all our Small Pot Plants -

customers and we hope we can continue to serve you Found In Bradford iI.
in the future. from everybody at Winn-Dixie have I.'
happy happy Thanksgiving. e A report of 30 marijuana plants t'
orated in Bradford County last Sun- "
.. :liiu turned nut rn Ho tfX c m -
seedlings were in individual i(!
PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN.DIXIE LOCATION: :ontamers on hunt club property in :aI
STARKE he Hampton area off Ming Dalry3oad :.'
470 WEST MADISON STREET : according to Sheriff Kenneth
Stheridge. The plants were con-
iscated Nov. 12 but no arrests were I

Low PRICES nade.Hwy. Patrol Looking .

For a Few Good DogsThe !

6rgrer Florida Highway Patrol! is "',
Qrf 7 eeking organizations or citizens
L hat wish to donate a dog for law en-
orcement purposes. j".'
NOBODY CAN The dog must be American Kennel f.
i- SEAT iub registered males .approximates -
> 15 to 24 months old. ,.t
l" 4.J The person donating the dog must
e willing to release the dog to the .
lorida Highway Patrol for an in- :11
J ial period of three weeks. During
tis period the dog will be tested for
:laptability to law enforcement"
Ifkthe dog is suitable for law en- fl
NiJDY rcement work the donor will sign l:
notarized statement transferring ;
PRICES GOOD /nership of the canine to the b;
QUANTITY RIGHTS !partment. The dog at that time .'
"" C property Depart- ,i''
w'co"::;:':: : 16-22, 1989 nt. ,

The Florida Highway Patrol iv,
..dins, feeds and provides .A,
RYOVAC WHOLE TRIMMED TOTAL FOOD BILL! veterinary care, including regular We..
SLICED FREE examinations, vitamins and in- y 4
-1 ; "- SEMIBONELESSRIBEYE v.,. \ BEEF BONELESSDELMONICO I.I PORK If the dog fails to complete the .\"
training course, becomes physically :?
t.CHOICE k I SHOULDERPICNICS unable tope rfor law enforcements "
"ROAST duties, or for any other reason must 'n;;;
; z. ,
C A' 535? STEAK .fq"" be released from law enforcement .
97" y ,. duty,the donor will be given first op 'y.
< .. 1.' I portunity.to regain; ownership. "
LB. $377' (497 .f ,. ... ,.. ''tJ gge p Bradford 'County\: residents may _:
: '"\0"""" .... contact Lt. Winston Barber, Ph. :..
LB. :
GOLD KIST FRYER Sse" LB. 964-7300, at the patrol station in .t"


CONCORD FROZEN $ B$8 CHICKENS . lB 99'J . LB 68c . . La 97e' Friends of Library .

SWIFT 4-7 LB AVG $599 SMOKED $119 HICKORY SWEET I And Shelving .

LIL BUTTERBALL $-747 SNAK WINGS 5lS SIZE HAM . . La BONELESS HAM LB $199 Santa Claus Is coming early to the ?-f; .
TURKEYS W.D LIL 5-9 LB AVGREDIBASTED or BUTT HALF Bradford County Public Library. -
LB $ 7 SMOKED MADISON BRAND I I The Friends of the Bradford County \.,

TURKEYS . LB HAM . . LE 929 TURKEY HAMS LBD $178 one Public hundred Library special have holiday ordered books over ;"vx{

for adults and children and the 11
shelves to put them on.,1_
EVERYDAY Selections range from Better ';..
EVERYDAY Homes and Gardens 1989 Crhistmas .
LOW PRICE LOW PRICE Crafts to Carribean by Michener,to -1r.
o rr.a nrE.7M the Family Read-Aloud Treasury. t.
Library Director Sue Crum notes J}r
o A that the shelves will be used to house ti j.
e several special collections including :f...
COCA the Bradford County Telegraph
History Collection, 1
Friends' officers Maggie Miller ,
10-12 LBS PRE-COOKED 1 COLA I 1 iT and Ada Reddish hope to have the'x:
WEIGHT =, new furnishings in place by \
WHOLE Christmas. W
p The group strives
to enhance
TURKEYS library programs and services and ..!/il'J''
I 63 c is entirely supported by contributions '

}GOOD LOOKING $ membership made drive during and the private annual en- .'Y!@
$1488 dowments. "1; '
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".HMI 1-
FOR YOU! New Computer Link ,.

10-12 LBS Serves Anglers and :?J
ij .IVEftVPAY, :iO KUIDES.'SHWQorUKED DINNERS Water Fish Commission now has a it K
24-hour, '.
i>v"C' seven-day-a-week com

:I .2LB1COWMUOOttSSMG TURKEY $ '" -. MILLER DRAFT REGULAR ADC or LIBBY'S focuses puterized on information fishing.. The service system that Is ''i.::''

?! $2188 l" called the Florida FishLINE,accor rs;
'L1GRMY ...; c BEERSS. PUMPKIN ding to Steven Atran data analyst
EA. with the
"'; Division of 3
$ SIN Fisheries in Tallahassee
n 24-PK. $1098 6811a Anglers outdoor writers or'f"
IB-JO LBS. PRE-COOKED WEIGHT SUITCASE 13-02. anyone else with a home or office L.
i: HOLIDAY TURKEY 12oz. CANS BAG CAN computer and a telephone modem, ti .
QlBAKfD can access the Florida FishLINE 'lay:
BP GALLO PREMIUMI bits, 1 stop bit, no parity). For {
.i MESSING callers on the SUNCOM ;
$399 CRYSTALS 99C 74e system, the ;
: 'LI GMT TABLE WINES 'iff Is01 RINGS . . tAft .number Is 278-3773. :tWi
$488 The Florida FishLINE will .

provide .
areas: \J
ALL VARIETIES TIME! ZERO eoo REGULAR or 4-CUP -text of fishing-related news '" .
GARLIC' ar BUTTER RC POLAROIDFILM MR. COFFEE releases Issued by the Florida Game '.n
FRESH BAKED $1 99 and Fresh Water Fish Commission. ?

KNOT ROLLS WH. ',, \\lJpFILTERS -general information dealing with ."1'/t:::'(!
10-INCH 1 \\ [} i fishery questions or comments. about t
resources. '
PECAN or PUMPKIN' $399PIE \\ -in-depth scientific discussion of' ,;

. . 12-PK.12.0 Sg26J -CT. 680 sionals.issues of.. Interest to fishery profes _.
CREAM CANS EA. "This Is essentially a computerized .
bulletin board for the fishing
CAKES . Sill t. & MICHELOBBEER ,PL$319 HALL'S COUGH 88C HALSA SHAMPOO or $148 public knowledge, Atran we are said.the 'only"To state my tik

,i d . . : DROPS. . . 3f3 CONDITIONER. 'lirI' ? I -J agency that has such a service for ,
Individuals outside government."
I' Atran said the system may be eXpanded '

I I'I !Clean: Stores 4.i and Quick Checkout we area a public"We few have"response.already he calls or said.had changed from have people''And-the recorded.depending surprisingly Tallahassee access quite the on, N .IBr"F K

system front-as far away. as Seattle f4;
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Lori Glenn Takes Junior's TitleBy

Mark Frledlin from Ocala 6-1 6-2 in the final ago In the Junior girls division, .i
BCT Staff Writer match held at the '300' Club In defeating Keystone's Mary .
Junior tennis player Lori Glennof Gainesville.The Rucker In the final. ( w4vra
Keystone Heights may be justIn sanctioned events are ,
elementary school but she Is some of the toughest and most Other winners in that tourney
moving up fast In her sport. competitive events a Junior Include KHHS faculty memberEd i
The precocious fifth-grader player can compete In and are Agranowltz. who defeated Ed y y
became the first Junior player considered a step above the DeKeyser of Keystone Heightsin
from the three county area to high school level attracting top- the final of the Men's 'A' division -
win first place In a United States ranked players from all over the : Terl Coley. who defeated
Tennis Association (USTA) state In hopes of raising their Brenda Capper to win the
sanctioned tournament last ranking on the state computer.Lori Women's singles title her sec-
weekend in Gainesville.Lori finished as runner-up In ond straight In this event: David
who recently attained a another sanctioned event In Capper of Keystone Heights
state USTA ranking competedin Jacksonville recently and also who defeated Jason Welty of i
the "10's" age bracket and de- won the Keystone Heights Fall Starke In a three-setter to take
feated the number one seed Invitational tourney two weeks the Men's 'B'singles title.

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Lori Glenn


) TURKEY IIJ DubolskyWins


U S D A INSPECTED S resident Van Dubolsky

TURKEYS FRUITED ,PICNICS, COUNTRY HAMS, TURKEYS. . IB I aW HENS. . . LB 1 WINGS . . LB UU soci Championship to win a National last week.Racquetball Dubolskyand
D REDI BASTED 17 LBS ft UP GRADE 'A' WD GRADE 'A' GOLD KIST Marsoci won the Men's 40-plus

KOSHER TURKEYS. TURKEYS . 6ge $198 GIZZARDS in Minneapolis. Minnesota.
LB BREAST. LB . LB They defeated the lumber One
Seeded (and defending National l TI-
tle Hplders) John Hennon of Ten-
nesseed and Ed Remon of Virginia

'):W: ; BOSTON BUTT BOSTON BUTT : w EOorEHALF = OYSTERS McKie the and final Bob match Lindsey, they of beat Texas Tom,

: : ;;; ROAST PORK STEAK f LAMB LEGS \ 11ia7r 15-9 For, 15-3.Dubolsky, this is his third na-
: .YORK $ 79 tional championship in the last five
ii: '.'tk' $ :';[/7ii _, $ 8..8.W.D 16OZ. 6 yearsl"Servicemen
t .;'r .,1,,,>.h '15,1 ftilw A ",#:;1 r ,, ,. 2 REGULAR raw SIZE ....p'Sr

LB.. A,f4"jiL'j3y jHILTON LB. LB. FRANKS or

$198 $348 BRAND
FRYER LB58c A. Loiacano
HAM . . 318 SIZE . LB SLICED BACON LB FRYER /BQc graduate Cpl. Jimmy of Bradford A. Loiacano High,School a 1986
HOT or MILD LEGQUARTERS received the Good Conduct Medal
HORMEL CURE 81 $090 JAMESTOWN PORK W-D $Q89 for,three years of service in the Ar

Loiacano graduated from
,. H', I HARVESTFRESH Primary Leadership Development
EVERYDAY Course (PLDC) on Oct. 15, 1989.Cpl
\ PRICE EVERYDAY EVERYDAY Loiacano attended PLDC from Sept.
&1, I LOW LOW PRICE LOW PRICE 12 to Oct. 15 in Butzbach Germany.He .
\ is presently stationed at Bad
; W Hersfeld FRG Bad Hersfeld. Germany -
au."'n.oanua- -' J I I I : i1 PRODUCE Specialist., as Personnel Administrative

1 I 1 Sgt. Joe A. Bell
Nature makes the produce.
WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. Reports for Duty
I I X Marine Sgt. Joe A. Bell, whose
". wife,Deborah is the daughter of Ed-
ward and Joyce Crews of Lawtey
.U..N.R ND .U.lR.NAMO j, SWEET & JUICY recently reported for duty at Marine
I Ie $138 990 I r PINEAPPLESFLORIDA 1980 graduate of Smyrna High
g GL' .If School Smyrna he joined the
e f Marine Corps in 1982.

Pvt. David KolitoCompletes
e Transport
Operator '
e Courses at Ft. Dix

Pvt. David W. Kolito has com-
,EVIIIYDAY LOW. ('AlIi'7VAXVLZAE4 ", 'IVI.YDA., LbW.ICI ; ow' ; pleted an Army' motor transport
ORANGES ORANGES operator course at Fort Dix, N.J.
the students
THRIFTY MAID LAND'O SUNSHINE'm'$166\ PRESTIGE .2 HAL$500 -=.::; "':: trained During In course the operation were and
CRANBERRY: :; maintenance of vehicles of
BUTTER ICE CREAM. : :5 military
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{} ] $159 less than four and one-half tons
j SAUCE 9.INCH. .: _: S-LB. rated capacity. Instruction was also
I CRANBERRY SUPERBRANDsDt 7ge PET 85e -,.; :::: BAG given in the transportation of per-
SAU { CREAM CHEESE FRB: PIE SHELLS . EA. sonnel,equipment and supplies.
2 52C Kolito is the son of Greg Kolito of
Tullahoma, Tenn., and Mollie L.
16-oz. PILLSBURY 99 BIRDSEYE $1 68 Burt of Keystone Heights.He .
CRESCENT ROLLS J PEG.. COB CORN . PAt6' FRESH FLORIDA is a 1986 graduate of Tullahoma
High School.

CAKE MIXES S . icOl. J8e CHEESE . 'rAQ SPEARS . ... PAS C Present Play

Santa Fe Community College'sFall
28/30-CT. IN THE SHELL production of"The Madwoman
CLOSED J1ViE opens Friday. Nov. 10, at 8 p.m. in
"' SHRIMP SALAD 4ge building E auditorium Gainesville
o Thanksgiving I Day TOMATOES ... LI campus. The play, performed by

..Conwnl S18'a-llcanHd| .nc.-h.and v.your ngl'.I..d.prescription ph.rm.'a'filled' ;while_ you' F_ S -$199 $ 1 2 r GREEN SALAD .25 e poetry SFCC's Into and Santa human comedy Fe Players nature.to reveal combines Insights -

.hop* T.t_ _-_ 50-CT. ONIONS. "" Diana Stout Mandl French..
. MEDICAID and other LB. BOX t
W..c p PCS NPA and many _FRESH_SEAFOOD__ Michelle Shank and Patty Wilkerson
. prescription ....0... -
. Computerlred liMO'FDapproved qu.lltygenertcdnlp. 71/99/ .CT JUMBO STALK C play four eccentric women who
.w.carry. a tr.n.Nrabl.ua. Wnfl In: WHITESHRIMP 98 6 8 designate themselves countesses of
Pn.eriptlon..n.ullY 75 $4 CELERY .
arw_'"contact yourphy.lci.n S-La $18 OYSTERS 1201. in Parisian districts devise a
your relllleble and preecrfpllone.....care of all the details .". .'.. .' pm . CANS scheme to rid the world of Its evil.
The"Madwoman"who appears daft
U shown to be the very essence of
common sense and worldly.

goodness.The play. will run Nov. 11. 118.

Thanks for Shopping frT3iJV1ktr' Santa senior Fe citizens,students are faculty admitted,staff free.and j

General admission U 93. For more. .
Information call 395-5308.


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t ArrestsIn Joseph Brian Stafford! 20, was arrested vllle was arrested Nov. 11 for DWLS
: f : \ : Bradford CountThe Nov. 6 for DWLSt, according and possession of controlled
: to Patrolman McGrath. Bond was substance cannabis, according to
following arrests were made set at$215.25.Jeanie Patrolman Jerry Feltner.,
', by local authorities in Bradford Manning's vehicle was stopped
County. Marie Burton, 28, was ar- when the officer observed a small
rested Nov. 8 for failure to pay fine child sticking hands and head out of
William Richard Alvarez, 24, was for DWLS, according to Deputy the driver's side. An unusual odor
arrested Nov. 9 on a capias for Alvarez. was noticeable and a consent search
failure to appear for charge of revealed marijuana In the vehicle.
ok 1 ti disorderly conduct, according to Roy Edward Thornton,42,was arrested Manning was also charged with no.
Deputy Roman Alvarez. He was Nov. 10 for DUI, no valid child restraint seats.
released after$52 cash was paid. driver's license, according to Lt.
Willingham, 21, was arrested
James Winston Barber. He was released Bobby
Louis Hudson, 29, of
after a $715.25 surety bond was Nov. 9 on a capias on two
Lawtey was arrested Nov. 9 on a
posted. counts DWLS, according to Deputy
warrant for violation of
Thrift. He released aftera
for Danny was
trespass after
ding to Deputy Alvarez. lie accor-was "SMrHv! Ann Manning :30, of Max- $240.50 cash bond was posted.
released after a $500 surety bond -
was posted. Escapee Caught Here

Lester Jones, 64, walt arrested
Nov.9 for trespass after warning,no I
valid driver license, unlawful Receives Jail SentenceA
possession of driver's license,
unlawful use of driver's license, ac-
cording to Deputy Alvarez. Jones, 39-year-old Pennsylvania man misconduct. Simmons was replacedas
who lives in his car-refused to leave who was captured in Florida was marshal and is currently
wastrel Laura Church Road. He sentenced recently to serve 14 to 28 awaiting a December trial.
to Gateway to be years in PA state prison.
returned to the county Jail.Bond was David Wayne Ladlee from Runn- According to police reports Ladlee
set at$250.Keith ing Valley Road in Reeders,PA was fled from Monroe County in
convicted by a jury in July on rape- December 1986, four months after a
Anthony Hilliard,23,was arrested related charges after hiding out in 15-year-old girl said he raped her at
Nov. 10 for throwing a deadly Florida for three years. For almosta gunpoint in his trailer and threatened -
i Sri device,according to Patrolman Gor- year Ladlee had been working for to kill her if she told anyone. He
; don Smith.Bond was set at$2,500,he then Hampton Marshal Raymond was captured by Florida authoritiesand
was released on his own Simmons. Simmons allegedly knew returned to PA to stand trial in
recognizance. Ladlee was a wanted man but hired July. .The prosecution's statementthat
him and found a place for him to Ladlee's actions were totally
Terry St. Clair Watkins, 23, was outrageous was in agreement with
4'A arrested Nov. 9 for retail theft, ac- live.Simmons was indicted by a grand the judge who handed down
cording to Patrolman Perry Gor jury in May following an investigation sentences which will run consecutively -
man. Watkins was seen placing a by Florida Department of Law :Ladlee was sent directly
package of shrimp under his shirt Enforcement. He was charged with to the state at Grater-
and leaving Winn Dixie. Bond was harboring a fugitive, extortion, accessory ford near,Philadelphia for Initial
set at $250, he was released on his after thl't fact official evalutlons.
own recognizance.

Charles Thomas Ledbetter, 31, of -
Lawtey was arrested Nov. 11 for
disorderly conduct, according to
Deputy Anderson Holland. Deputieswere Odds0'
called to Tompkins Lounge eft s
where a black male was creating a ".t.
public disturbance in the ladies
bathroom. The man was told to .t-AILiMa, sale
leave but deputies were called to the
bar later for the same problem and
Ledbetter was arrested MINI CRAFT SHOW AND

Ricky Floyd Newby, 30, was ar- DEMO
rested Nov. 8 for violation of proba-
tion for burglary of structure,accor- Saturday November 18 9:30 to 5:30
ding to Deputy Alvarez. He was __
V MsT fo*BOOTH IIWOIMITiail a.wene
released on his own recognizance. -* _E&:
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Cane Patch to Be Proud Of... _,_.... _....o. .. .. .
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year / arrested Nov. 8 for driving
Stripping cane are worklen Cus Johnson Cleft)and Joe Broome. under influence (DUD, driving
"These stalks are at least 12 feet tall,"lay Loper. while license suspended (DWLS),
"They will harvested the week of Thanksgiving and made Into cane syrup. according to Patrolman Gordon
Loper says about 80 gallon of cane juice bolls dO'MIlnto about eight or nine gallons of pure sweet syrup,and says Smith.
he's been growing. cane and boiling syrup"all my life".

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. Local Powerlifters in Training for Big Meet This Weekendby. I

.Carolyn Eav tKT
Stall Writer Skip Sylvester, Dan Foster, Robin* Championship. In the Southern
Even Bradford Black and Scott Roberts. Championship,three team members
County boast
"hunks" (the can Lori In 1988 won the Southeastern placed first in their class and one
with the
guys great Cup for Women in powerlifting. member placed third (all received
bodies) the
bably members of They are pro Plagued with injuries, Lori will be trophies).Thrift was overall lifter in
Boynton's Gym unable to .
where work hard compete until 1990. the Championship.Most
they very
perfect their image and the sport of In August four members of the championship meets consists
powerliftlng and/or body building. team participated in two Power of well over 100 people from all over
Members of the Boynton's ,Gym Meets in Lakeland The Southern the southeastern states.
team will be participating (n a States Powerlifting Championship
Bench Meet this weekend in and Central Florida Powerlifting See Page 6DChristmas
Hinesville., Ga. Last year the team
from Starke won the Team Title at
this meet.
Gym owners. Randy and Lori
Boynton say powerlifting is rapidly
overtaking the popular sport of
weightlifting. Powerlifting includes
squat bench press and deadllftlnl.covering ,
11 different weight classes. 1 r
Boynton and Jamie Thrift became a. i jj uu
involved in powerliftlng two years
ago. Many hours of dedication and s p
determination are required to reach
and maintain not only their goals but
the criteria of the judges at each
The gym is located on Call Streetin
Starke it is a private member- -1..r lIR
ship only gym established three
years ago.Total membership Is over i.
300 with ages 15 to 84 male and
female,actively involved in physical Team In Training...
fitness as well as competition.Gym PowerllfUng team member of Boynton':Cym,Bill Hamilton,Randy Boynton,Jay Crlffb and Jamie Thrift,are
owners,Randy and Lori,are of the team currently
participating in powerlifting. Other par- Boynton lift "men'' 370 pound a* opposed to the mill and high 500 weight he will be lifting thl weekend.
members of the team include Jamie
Thrift, Jay Griffis. Bill Hamilton.

Club Accounts

AGAINST TIDE IN. PURCHASE, start now enjoy it then.When'S .

the best time to open a Christmas Club

VEHICLE SALESCar l BEAUTIFUL Account? December 26th. When's the second best
time? Today.

Sales have continued to decline and the fore- LUSH : ,.q. You can open a Christmas Club Account any timeat

cast for 1989-90 Model Year is dismal. True to INDOOR PLANTS( your local community bank. But remember, the

prediction by Automotive Experts, Sales have ., In 3 gallon pots sooner the better.
been less than hoped for--unless you were a By setting aside a little in the account at a time,
Choose from: you'll really enjoy this year's Christmas shoppingseason.
Mazda dealer. Mazda is making sales history
And you won't strain the family budget doing
everyday. Some of the more popular models are -Marginatas.Croton it.
pre-sold before shipment to the dealership. The -
See us today. Setting up your Christmas Club
whole Mazda line-up is tuned to the "NOW" Warneckll Account takes only minutes. And, come December,
market. SUMMERS MAZDA in Lake City, our Tri- Hanging Baskets you'll be glad you did.

County Mazda Connection, continues to set sales Spider

records with Mazda cars and trucks. While most -BouganvllleaJUST i
manufacturers are dropping lines and models,

Mazda's sensible mddel selection makes choosinga

new car or truck, a pleasant experience.The ,. *288
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Wildfire. .


r as the "Wildfire Reduction In- number of escaped debris burns will there are still stringent rules that you have lived In this area, how
itiative".This program which beganin be to randomly Inspect persons you must abide by to burn yard- about pawing the word on to your'
early July is a community effort authorized burns. This will give the trash legally. (1) You must burn bet new neighbor. After aU, If he tan t
I aimed at reducing "mancaused"fires landowner the opportunity to ask ween the hours of 9 a.m. and one doing It right the next fire that gets
: Shear Design through information, education any questions about burning as weU hour before sundown. (2) Your fire away from him could be "headed
1 118 Thompson St. Starke 964- 131 public announcements and law as giving the Division some Idea of must not reduce excessive visible your wayl ..of
enforcement. In July 1989, various how well most of our veteran emissions so as to cause a nuisance. The most common caus a
,, presents persons from timber companies, burners know the laws. (3) Your fire must be contained In a wildfire in the Bradford-Unioh area
sheriff's offices[ fire departmentsand The on-site will remove pit or non-combustible container is incendiary (woods arson). This
Joyce Coblentz & Beth Busby the Forestry Division met in our knowledge open burning[ and covered by screen mesh or grill. (4) year alone there were 572 acres
Lake City to discuss this problemand also expose areas of common problems Your fire must be set back 50 ft. burned in 70 fires in Bradford and
Haircut develop a strategy to helpreduce with the burning laws. Persons from your residence, 100 ft. from Union Counties combined. This accounts
PERM Reg. $43.00 & Blow Dry the number of"man-caused'' who call In for authorizationsare your nearest neighbor and 50 ft. for 47% of the total fires in
Reg. $18.00 fires locally. The results of this encouraged to ask questions if from the nearest public road. <5) this forest area. This type of fire [snot
$25 00 meeting have been translated Into they are uncertain about the legalityof You must remain with your burn un- only destructive (damaging
$10.00 six major points of emphasis. These their burning operation. til It is dead out, and have adequate millions of dollars worth of Umber
points of emphasis focus primarilyon A word of caution to the person means of extinguishing your fire annually), but It Is also costly to the
the problems of escaped debris who burns iIIegally-your fire will be readily available (garden hose, tax .There are many hours lost
Ca1 Sf al Jl( burning and incendiary (woods ar- checked sooner or later. The best 'shovel, etc.) (6) The moisture con in forest rangers control time, overtime
1i>tJ .J son) type fires. way to burn is legallythe cost of tent of the material to be burned fuel and investigative pro-
The first step in reducing the burning illegally can be as high as a must be favorable for good burningno cedures. The sad part about incen-
S $2,000 fine. All open-burning opera ( green or wet material). (7) Your tiary[ fires is that it is very difficultto
.. __._e_e_.__- e0_-_- e_--__- e_-eieie_- e ia tions require an authorization unless fire must be located at least 25 ft. prove and not taken very seriously -
the reason for burning is to reduce from brush or woodlands. (8) There by those persons who are not
+ yard trash. To obtain an authorization must be no other local regulations directly affected by the fire's
p. call 1-800-327-6752. restricting burning. destruction.
o % F The second most common type of These are. the requirements to The Wildfire Reduction Initiative
m.\ man-caused fire is escaped yard burn yard trash legally. Have you addresses this problem also by insuring -
4 K trash. Do you know the ar- been burning legally If your burn aU local sheriff departments,
I Ii ding the burning of yard trash In cannot meet these setbacks or you fire departments and Game & Fish
i 1987 the legislature passed a bill have a problem with fitting your officers are brought up to date on the
II under Dept. of Environmental material into a noncombustible con- fire laws and investigative procedures
I F Regulation Rule 17-5 that no longer tainer, call up for an authorizationor for wildfire. This year don't
requires persons to get authorization for advice. be surprised to see Game officers
_.'y 1 -. for burmng household paper products For you folks who have been burn- and sheriffs deputies on the scene ofa
,;.r and yard trash. However, ing correctly over the many years suspicious fire.

f 1\ 'Ramblers1 Return from Trips

i.i i is THE BIGGEST NEWS by Buil.r Rahn in the area. Island,one time a haven for the lien
aCT Staff Writer Gerald and Joyce Williams, who and very rich, is now owned by the
s ? New River Ramblers, a local recently retired to Starke after living state. tours of
took guided
in Georgia for a number of The campers
*: chapter of the Good Sam International houses
*: Club, returned from years was voted into the chapter.Gerald the island visiting
Hiawassee,Georgia in mid-October, was supervisor for N. built by former owners for summer
r I IN CARPET SINCE the highlands of north Florida Telephone Co. in Starke, homes.
Georgia Tennessee, seeing the prior to being transferred to Georgiain Katherine Saturday Tucker night hosted, Neil a seafood and
the early 1970's.
f blue turning of the leaves and attending a Bill and Lonita McGill, retired dinner, with[ shrimp and trout from
show Merle
Haggert grass and Cathy Matea featuring,winner of from the Union County School Horseshoe Beach. The Tuckers put
I the Music of the system, made the campout in their on a dinner once a year, and it's a
STAIN RESISTANCE. newly acquired motorhome, as highlight of the fall season.
Year award, earlier this
VI i For a camping club year.to put 22 guests of Robert and Marjorie Drig motorhomes Last week-end and trailers 33 campers camped in at 17

motorhomes and travel trailers intoa gers. Outdoor Resorts Campground at
1!. campground 500 miles from homeis The Ramblers stayed four nights Jennings, Florida, providing an op
no small feat, but Wagonmaster in Hiawassee, leaving on Tuesday, portunity for shoppers to visit the
E Neil Tucker plans camping trips with several going on to Nickleiack, discount stores on 1-75, a few miles
carefully and makes reservations so on the Tennessee River above Chat south of Valdosta Georgia.Joe .
that everyone is accomodated with tanooga,Tenn. They attended a blue and Mary Cissy brought their
II GENESISCARPET all necessary facilities.The grass festival ack, a dam rig and joined the group as visitorsof
group of 47 members and site owned and operate by the U.S. Frank and Adele Mitchell. The
guests camped in the Georgia Mountain Corp of Engineers.The Gissys petitioned for membership in
State Park, one of the finest return trip was uneventful.Two the chapter, and the McGilla were
i campgrounds in the southeast,adja- couples, the Neil Tuckers and voted into membership.
cent to the Hiawassee Fair Grounds. Frank Mitchells left Starke about Saturday morning, the Jr. Johns
The Hiawassee State Fair, held three weeks earlier and Clayborn Draggers prepared an
1 parked their
GENESIS Carpet certified by Amoco is And GENESIS Carpet is extras each August, is renowned for its motorhomes In Franklin, N.C. and outstanding breakfast Tor the
breakthrough so dramatic, it's almost ordinary in its wear resistance. Hallways craft shows, and draws visitors from drove Into Canada and the New chapter, including[ Nettles sausage,
beautiful that hidden under distant places each year. England States, returning to scrambled eggs, grits, sawmill
unbelievable. GENESIS Carpet brings stay as as space The Ramblers enjoyed nice Hiawassee along with the other gravy,coffee and other good eats. It
: I' you the ultimate stain and fade resistance a couch, because even heavy traffic and weather, toured the mountains and campers.The Tuckers and Mitchells wds a meal to remember.In .
:; visited area cities, including Helen, December the Ramblers will
cleaning won't spoil its beauty.GENESIS reported a fine trip, especially en.joying -
a j i I for lasting color. Dalonagha and Commerce.The Quebec and Montreal. hold their Christmas party and cam-
fi I Carpet protects against If you still don't believe us prove hosptial in which "Cabbage tn September the Ramblers had pout at the Starke KOA Kam-
It resists stains the ultimate stain and fade resistance Patch" dolls are "born" is in Com camped on Jekyll Island, off the pground. Members are req aired to
fy I food and beverage spills. merce, and merits a visit by anyone cogs?t of Brunswick, Georgia. JekyllWest stay in the campground as though
.;: : other leading stain-resistant carpets can't. for yourself. 1-800-5-GENESIS were a hundred miles from home.In .
And The PermaColor'' Year Stain (1-800-543-6374)) for your free sampleand January, the group will return
to Spirit of the Suwamee.wCampground
I Fade Resistance Limited Warranty of GENESIS Carpet, then put it to your' .. Coast O ,j? located on the bankvof the
<, .Suwannee River, a few mile*north
home will colorful own test. Your worst stains will clean
*-< guarantees your stay (j'
i of Live Oak. The campground a
g for years. Because bright sunlight, houseup beautifully. And you'll see how the Mullet gathering place for blue grass musi-

I t hold cleaners and even bleach won't rob biggest news in carpet is really the best G 1s week-end cians, with that practice shows aren't book

lip;: I the color of your GENESIS Carpet. news for your floors. i another Jr. and breakfast Kathleen with are plan

wf I iL 8 red-eye gravy.
"1 : The local chapter has capped its
i membership at 35.There may be one
_I. vacancy after the first of the year,
I Certified G'7Z since at least one member failed to
Carpet by
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: L I e stay In. Chapter dues are $16.25 per
The ultimate stein and fade rettistanu.'yel4. WfA.f"t- ) year.

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Four members are In training for
the North Florida Championship

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Next to Betty's Place in MelroseIn beam members are also involved
Certification mark used lo designate residential carpel which adhere to the quality ipeciflcilionj of Amoco Fabric and Fiber Company front of the future Key Lime Seafood Shop in various body building contests.
.I t Term and condition of this wairamy available wherever. GENESIS Carpet i ilsold.if BRandy and Wayne
competed in the Lake City
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Nettle Mae Wynn John W.Meek, Sr. Northeast Florida Hospice, 841 Jones Funeral Home of Keystone A. and Harvey Cf.: O'Neal of Eagle Jacksonville,on Wednesday Nov is I
Nettle Mae Wynn, 76, of Jacksonville Prudential Dr., Jacksonville, FL eights was In charge of ar- sister i
Mr.John William Meek,Sr.,61,of Lake; one Mary Jeanette with Rev.Fred Touchton ofticUUng. ,
died Nov. 12. the Belmore section of Clay County, 32207. i rangements. 'Page of Eagle Lake and four grand- Burial was In Jacksonville Memory I
Born In Lake Butler, Mrs. children.
Wynn Gardens. Jones
Funeral Home of
had resided near Keystone Heights, died Thursday James II.Coffey Bobby Dean O'Neal
Jacksonville Funeral services held at
home were Starke was In charge of ar-
0,at his
following a
1950. She was a member of the Nyv. Mr. James H. Coffey, 74, of Mr. Bobby Dean O'Neal, 55, of graveside. In Memory Gardens,. rangements. i
Murry Hill Baptist Church; a Sun- Born in Jacksonville, Mr. Meek Melrose, doed Sunday Nov. 12, in ]Kingsley[ Lake, died Sunday, Nov. aes Pqs
day school teacher for many years; moved to Clay County in 1961. He Alachua General Hospital[ following 1 1a 12, suddenly at his residence on f
a member of the Glory Singers and was a member of Beulah Baptist brief illness. ]Kingsley[ Lake.
W.M.U. She was founder of the Church, was Senior Operating Born in Northville, Michigan, Mr. Born in Tombs County, Ga., Mr. BUY HERE PAY HERE
Christian Fellowship for the Blind Engineer,State Department of Cor- Coffey moved to Melrose in 1981 I O'Neal: moved to Kingsley Lake over WE FINANCE
and a member of the D.A.R. and the rections and was an Army veteran of from Flint, Michigan. He was a :22 years ago from Jacksonville. He
Delta Kappa Gamma Society. the Korean Conflict. retired tool and die maker for i was a self-employedpainter,leaderof
Survivors include her husband, Survivors include his wife Gloria General Motors Corporation and < The Southern Pride Bluegrass: :E-Z WHEELS AUTO SALESEasy
Alvin Wynn; one son, Fletcher Harris Meek of Keystone Heights; was of the protestant faith. ]Band and was of the Baptist faith. :
Wynn; one daughter Henry aL two sons, John W. Meek, Jr. and Survivors include his wife, Survivors include his wife, Stella Deals With E-Z Wheels
Huggins; two brothers Timothy Meek, both of Melrose; Genieve L. Coffey of Melrose; two I Clarice Strickland O'Neal of
and Seeber T. Fowler and four three daughters Rebecca Smith of daughters, Judith Robinson-I Kingsley Lake; two sons, Charles
grandchildren.Funeral Crosby Lake, Theresa Gawley and Simpson of Keystone Heights and ]Edward Jones,Waldo and Minton L.
services were held Charity Meek, both of Keystone Betty McCue of Melrose; one son, .Jones of Jacksonville;four brothers, ((904))964-7783
Wednesday, Nov. 15, at the Murray of BRAY
Heights.Funeral. Terry W. Coffey Keystone William J. O'Neal of Middleburg TOMMY
Hill Baptist Church with Dr. Paul services were held at 11 Heights; two sisters, both living in ,James A. O'Neal Dundee, Wilburn. Manager 1320 Temple: Avenue
Wrenn officiating. Burial was In a.m.Saturday,Nov.11,at graveside Michigan; eight grandchildren and Starke. FL 32091JEWELRY
Riverside Memorial Park.The fami- with Rev. Paul Estes officiating. six greatgrandchildren.Gravesiae ._
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ly requests that memorial contribu- Burial was In Gadara Cemetery funeral services were ,.
tions be made to the Murray Hill under the direction of Jones Funeral held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 15,
Baptist Church. HardageGiddensFuneral Home of Keystone Heights.In lieu of in Keystone Heights Cemetery with
Home in charge of ar flowers donations may be made to Rev. Buddy FriecUln officiating.

rangements.Stanley FedakMr. WILLIAMS

Stanley Fedak;68, of Starke, Bradford
died Thursday, Nov. 9, in the VA
Medical Center, Gainesville, followIng Chiropractic CenterStarke
a long illness.
Born in New Jersey, Mr. Fedak Office
moved to Starke in 1975, was a 218 S. Walnut St. 2 Locations to Serve You
member of the protestant faith,wasa
veteran of WWII U.S. Marine Next to the Chamber of Commerce 0 Deerfoot
Corp.,Retired and Disabled veteran Village Shopping Center
with U.S.Marines,lifetime member 9644957PAIN 964-4367
Disabled American Veterans,
American Legion Post, Carteret,
N.J.Survivors CONTROL 446 W. Madison Street Winn Dixie Market Place
include his wife, no*
.Dorothy Jean Camp Fedak of Headaches 964-7064
Starke; four daughters, Marsha Neck &Ann INJURIE
Demeast,Patty Stugart,both of Kill-
Ington Vermont, Barbara Smith, -MidBack(, Work Related
Straudsburg, PA and Jenny Ruvolo, -Low Back&Lee> Sports There is small
Pleasant Mount, PA; six sisters, a a mistake
Vera Pass, Vero Beach, Helen
Donovan Catherin Itzen, Martha Auto Accidents
Gilbert Alice Penson and Sophia
Fox, all of Carteret, N.J. and eight DR. W. DAVIL- CIKES in Christinas
grandchildren.Graveside DR. RICHARD C. TULLER
services were held at 3 CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS
p.m. Sunday, Nov. 12, at Crosby
Lake Cemetery with Rev. James THE TEAM APPROACH
Thompkins officiating. Jones Mailer.
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I 0 Criminal & Traffic Court CasesCounty

Court fined $120.25.Willie expired tag; paid $32 court. costs,
Nov. 7 FinalsThe C. Jenkins pled guilty presented valid tag.
following received DWLS; fined$146.50,ten days in Jail. Charlie Prescott pled guilty
cases final
disposition Nov. 7 in Jenkins charged with open container possession of less than 20 grams
Bradford Coun-
ty Traffic Criminal driver; dismissed. marijuana, maintaining vehicle to :
Court before
Judge George II. Pierce. Rodney Eric Keen pled guilty possess marijuana; 60 days probation -
NVDL; fined$120.25. consecutive under Tri County
James Timothy Lewis pled guilty Probation violate no laws, pay fine
Loyal Eddie
Aldridge pled guilty expired tag more than four months; $120.25 on possession charge.
no fined valid driver's. license (NVDL); presented valid tag, costs suspended Clyde Byrd, Jr. charged with 4V
dismissed. unlawful alteration of tag, improper
C. Carlisle pled guilty tag; dismissed. V ,r
Stanley Morey pled guilty
NVDL; presented valid license, pay DWLS; fined $199. Byrd pled no contest DWLS; fined
$52.Carlisle Roberto $120.25.Byrd.
Rodriquez pled guilty
dismissed.pled guilty expired tag; DWLSi; fled $120.26. pled no contest expired tag;
Gary Wayne Sutton pled guilty $52 court costs. a rEr
Jerry Daniel Clark pled guilty DWLS; $52 court costs. Emory Wayne Duncan pled no a dr'
NVDL; present valid license Dec. 5. Michelle L. Watkins pled no con- contest DUI fined $537.50, license ?,
Sinclair T. Crews pled no contest test child unattended/unsuspervised suspended six months, attend DUI
driving while license suspended in car; dismissed, costs suspended. school, 50 hours community work,
(DWLS); fined $120.25. Damon J. Whitaker pled guilty; Tri County supervision one year. ,
Arthur Eiclbach pled guilty Gregroy Steve Gibson 'p ,
presented valid license, dismissed. pled no con-
NVDL; fined $120.25. Whitaker pled guilty excessive test DWLS; ten days in jail, ordered w,Y,
Sharon G. Eiland pled guilty no speed; ordered to pay $160. to Gibson Tri County supervision. sF
mobile home tag; presented valid John Cleveland Wood pled guilty charged with unlawful use
tag dismissed. wilful-wanton reckless driving'; of tag; dismissed.
Georgianna Flowers pled guilty state dismissed DUI charge fined Dana A. Kamp pled no contest
DWLS; fined 12025. $700, attend DUI school, Tri County DUI; fined $437.50, license suspended -
Frederick Geddes pled no contest supervision six months. six months, attend DUI school, 50
driving under influence (DUD); fin- Wood charged with refusing to accept hours community work, Tri County t
ed $437.50, license suspended six and sign citation; dismissed. supervision one year,ten days in jail 'a
months, attend DUI school, 50 hours wood pled guilty unlawful speed; with credit for time served. y' ,
community work, Tri County super fined $132, Trl County supervisionsix Kamp pled no contest fleeing or t
vision one year months. eluding police officer; fined $120.25, .b
Stanley F Gumerlock pled guilty Alfred Martin Woods pled guilty Tri County supervision. '.4
DWLS; fined $120.25, 60 days Tri DUI; fined $437.50, license suspended Kamp pled no contest DWLS; fin-
County: supervision. six months, attend DUI school, 50 ed $120.25. Meet the FFA Senior Officers...
Willis Roger Hamm pled guity hours community work, Tri County Kamp charged with reckless driving Bradford Future Farmers of America
DWLS fin$120.25. Chapter Senior Office for the shown
; supervision.Tina ; dismissed. above year are In the picture
James Marvin Hawkins pled guil- Marie Wooten pled guilty Sterling Paige; Tyler charged with
ty reckless driving; fined $120.25. DWLS; dismissed. DUI DWLS; dismissed.See. Office Include:Tommy Bakom: President; Kevin Jordan. Vice President;Andy Smith,Secretary;;John
Phillip Hinson pled guitly NVDL; Donald Edwin Meier charged with Page 128 Allen ParllmenUrlan; Sam Morris. Sentinel; and Jason Smith, Reporter.

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FliP TroopersContinue I The License, 7 11'1'1'i 2Iiji1'

'Winning I .v Vehicle InspectionsThe & 175 750 750
Florida Highway Patrol will
Tennis be conducting driver license and
vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- ,> ""LADIES NIGHT' -,:" rtJ;
ing the week of Nov. 17 through Nov. -
Students Include .
KHHS&BHS Chiropractic .. 23 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230 SR-18, : .: : ...;:}J-f..Y: .
Team Members SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B, WEDNESDAY: NIGHT ; ',vt
Center CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231, .' .' : 'fi

Call Mark. at 964-6305 OVER 700 INSURANCE Dr. V.A. in CR-227\Bradford CR-221.County.Recognizing CR-230. and CR-100A :i;{.., .<9:00: :?M TIL MIDNIGHT. :,i,ti'ALL'

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MID-BACK/SHOULDER PAIN CONTROL brakes, worn tires and defective PARRISH BAND
lighting equipment. In addition, at-
24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE9648O18 tention will be directed to drivers WED FRI. & SAT.
I who would violate the driver license ,
B I laws of Florida.
The Patrol has found these checkpoints
864 N. Temple. Starke (Across from Pizza Hut) to be an effective means of en-
forcing the equipment and driver 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGEStarke
license laws of Florida while insuring
the protection of all motorists.
The Florida Highway Fatrol will 1 Mile North of Starke on US 301
be conducting driver license and
vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
RECALL ing the week of Nov. IS through Nov.
23 on SR-100, SR-121,SR-231 SR-241,
A high-performing SR-238.- CR-18. CR-237. CR-229.

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Over $1.5 MillionMarch

IA,. .nd real estate sales Tract 16, Garden Acres No. 2, in sec- Lawrence and Dora I. Smith to -
recorded. ., _
Bradford County totaled tions 26 and 23, T6S, R22E, $8,500. Tomas Earl and Pamela S. Evans -_ _
01 Just Marc over.:::1Vs million for the month Ronald E.Newman,Jr to Barry A. lot 3 block 3, Dowling Park,corner 01 .
ed In the recording to deeds record- Bogart, 3.64 acres in NWV4 of NEVi, Pratt and Orange Streets, Starke,
flce 01 the County Clerk section
the at 35, T6S, R22E14000. $13,500. cZ
court .'use.' Ronald E. Newman, Jr. to Mark Lawrence and Dora I. Smith to
Values transactions are computed W. Howard, 1.36 acres In NWVi pf Shirley A. White, parcel in NEVi of
from : ie amount of documen NEy4, section 35, TeS, R22EiOooo. SWV4, section, T7S, R22E, $15,000.
tary taxes pas at the time of recor- Leslie H. and Hanna R. Nugent to Stephen Charles Smnith to
Sales Martin J. and Edna G. West, block William Glenn and Debra B Johns,
are up from the $1.125 12, Gasklns Addition in SEVi of NEV4 lot 11, New Hampton Beach, section
million recorded in February, and and NEV4 of SEV4, section 29, T6S, 24. T7S, R21E, $75,100. 7.
last only $769.000 recorded In March of R22E, $19,900.Merill A.J. and Jean S. Thomas to ABAR
year E. and Effie W. Parker to Sales, Inc., lot 43, Lakewood Unit
Sales recorded In March Floyd William Wood and Elizabeth No. 1, $9,600.Elmer .
J.N. Anderson III, Trustee, to Cunningham parcel on Lakeshore B.and Margaret Thomas to
Stephen C. Dodge! portion of tract Drive at Lake Geneva, section 25, Erma E. Pollard, lot 5, block 2,
'D' Crystal Lake Itomesltes, section TBS, R22E. $125,000. Butler Court, Starke $27,500.
I, T7S, R22E $15,000. Lonnie 1.. and Vivian Parker to David A. and Connie M Toffolio to :
Arnold E. Braden to Rick D. and James E. and Diane Hazen. lots 7 Paul L.. Sr. and Lois E. King, one rI
Nancy L. Hacht, lot 26, New Hampton and 8 block 20 Ward City, Brooker, acre in NWV of SWVi of NEVi, section
Beach $92,500. $4,500. 16, TSS, R22E$50,000,
Bradford Land and Cattle Co. Inc., Percy E. and Lynda S. Sullivan, 2 Herbert Zee, Jr. and Veronica A.
to L.J. Kite, Sr., lots 29-32. 35-38. parcels in NEV4 of SE'/4, section 35, Underwood to bavid K. Ray part of
4O-t send 48, 51-84 and 56-57 o/ River T7S, R22E, $44,500. NWV4 of SEy4, section 35, T5S R22E,
Estates In W* of SWV4, sec- William A. Ratliff to William E. $27,000.
Lion 20, T7S, R21E, $52,500. and Virginia D. Wagner, lot 29 Donald E.and Virgie I. Wilkison .. ."."/% r 'tC. /R
J. Brooks and Helen L. Brown and Seminole Ridge Unit 6, section 12, DanaielL. and Marilyn R Wilkison, "My- Brag- Quilt"- ...
Jack M. and Marilyn R. Courtnay to T9S, R22E, $5,000 parcel in NV4 of SEV of SWVi, section
Fleet Finance and Mortgage, Keith C. Reddish to Roscoe S. and 27, T5S, R22E$21,700 Mrs. Stella Loper SIMoo South near Theressa takes quilted by hand.
lot No. Paradise View In S3 Inc'l Eleanor L. Norton, 10.53 acres in lots Carleen R, and Merritt A. pride in her quilt depicting all forty of the U.S. Mrs. Loper likes to work In odd patterns for II.', I
SWV4 of SEV,section 13,T8S, R22E, 41, 56 and 57, Woodlawn, section 19 Williams to Larry and Jessie H.SeePwte12B presidents through Ronald Reagan, with the U.S. flag quilts. She has made one of state maps with stud
$2,500.J. T5S R22E. $25.000. and the coat of arms.The Images were embrodlered by flowers and state birds, a Florida Gator, a Georgia
Brood and Helen L. Brown and hand labeled and dated by embroidery, pieced and Bulldog and other unusual design quilts.
Jack M. and Marilyn R. Courtnay to ---------
Robert J. Sabo, Jr, lot 42 Keystone
Oaks, $4,000.
J. Brooks and Helen L. Brown and
Jack M. and Marilyn R. Courtnay to Gt
Fleet Finance and Mortgage, -i' U
lot 5,Paradise View in SV4 of Inc'l .rpy0 gORLESSD

SEV4, section 13, T8S, R22E, $2,500 O
J. Brooks and Helen L. Brown and & GET
Jack M. and Marilyn R. Courtnay to % '1-pDAY
Donald A. and Dorothy M. Denton, DEER
NVi lot 9, Keystone Oaks, $2,000. OUTI1
Roger A. and Susan Chilson to PL
John T.and Susan M.Stafford, lot 39 CHRYSLER
Indian Beach, $118,000.
Darrell and Helen Clark to a
Dorothy A. Nitsch, lot 1 block E,
Dalewood subdivision, section 21, .OflSS
T6S., R22E $55,000.
Virginia Hardenbrook, Helen Cor- % I
bett and Caroline Sadlowski to Billie
R. and Virginia M. Hardenbrook, lot
8, block 16, Keystone Club Estates
Unit I, $12,400.Larry .
L. and Diane L. Eggemeyer ). .
to Jo Ann Doyle lot 9, block 1, _
Pinehaven, $28,500. I
Harold W. and Joan A. Epps to
William A. and Nadine A. Murray,
NEV4 of SEV4 of NEV4, section 29,
TBS, R22E, $27,000. _
Pamela S. and Thomas Earl t
Evans to Thomas W. and Linda F. i.i
Weber, parts of lots 19 and 20,
Woodlawn, section 19, T5S R22E, O
22200. .1. Y.O1J..J \\
Susan M. Faulkner Patrick, YSLERL; .
Lawrence H. Patrick and Darrell T
O'Neal to Joel M. Jr. and Deborah LY has ::
E. Hull, 2 acres in NEV of NEV4 ofSWII. : ,

., section 34, T6S, R22E, $85,000.
Fleet Finance and Mortgage, Inc.
to Leroy and Catherine D. Mer- CO) ..
chant, 3 acres in SWV4 of SEV4, sect _
tion 20, T7S, R22E, $10,700. :
e 9 Gerald- Griffls Construction Co., a $ : ji, \
Inc. 'to'Charles A. and Helen V. IiH:7P\T .
Yahrling, lot J Art Woods, in SEV4 of
SEV4 section 24, T8S, R22E. $75,700. f ts
James B. and Marlene V.
Gladleux to PHH Homequity Corporation -
part of SEYt of SWVi and
SWVi of SEY4, section 35, T5S, R22E, 750CASIIBACKI' 'CASH
$82,500. !*" 1 L )
Estate of Alice Pauline Lashley ON InGHLINE j )
Swain to James F. Cowart and BACK1ON
Robert J. Cownart, SEYt of NEVi .I 2.5-LIter Electronic Fuel-

section 29, TBS R22E, $7,000. Injected EngineFbwerAssisted
Hubert and Blanche Hall to .I Rack-and- PREMIUM.GT& GTC

Margie B. Whitfield and Deborah Pinion Steering B Message Center and Mini-Trip Computer
Ann Ousted, lot 27, Parkwood Subdivision .I Power-Assisted Fbur-Wheel O V-6 Engine Standard on Premium: and GT Models
section 29, T6S,
R22E$47,900. Disc Brakes .I Standard Driver Air Bag

Charles Hardy IV to Anne R.
Holland, lot 9 Green Acres Annex A LOT LESS!

No 2, $9,000.Betty Rogers. High to Mark A. and GET MORE FOR LESS .

Debra T. Hodges lot 5, block A,
Lake Hampton Oaks Replat, section

25, TVS./ R21E, $6,800.Carolyn .
C. Hodges to Henry F.
section, lots 21 and 22, Woodlawn,
13, T5S, R22E, $15,000.
Michael R. and Patti A. Hulon to
Rodney Bamford, N 132' of tract B, .
Keystone Club Estates Unit 1, .=. =:!'..:: ... h' : -

ITT Rayonier, Inc. to Griffin Industries 1990 CHRYSLER 1990 PLYMOUTH
Inc.. 14.98 acres in SEYt LeBARON COUPE 1990 PLYMOUTH
section 18, T7S. R22E, $75,000. New V-6 Engine Standard on Premium THERE MH.lXmWIIIIOITlM.I'SFmiM.The I :. ACCLAIM VOYAGERand
Jack Courtnay and Associates, GT'Models and All New Prestigious Edition to the New World Best Retail
Inc. to Gerald Griffls ConstructionCo. Yorker Line. With over 50 Standard Features and Mini-Van
Inc., lot J Art Woods, $9,300. Selling yr
Elmer E. and Charlene M. Jansen 750 9 '750-1,000|CASH 500 750 These features and more are standard:
to Robert L. and Lavon Kitchens, 1 1000 I. Power-Assisted[ Brakes and
14.TSS R22E, $36,000. M I Smooth ResponCrystal Key 5-Year ON HIt iLINE ONLEANDLXPowerAssisted
HIOHLINEAll ON PREMIUM.OT a OTC 0 AM/FM/ Stereo with 4 Speakers
klmer M. and Helen F. Jones to O New Cockpit PowerAssistedFburWheel save V-6.3.3-Liter or OOO-Mile Optional V-6 Dual Remote-Control Mirror
Edward and Marion Hoffman, Engine Owner Care with Ultradrive Brakes
parcel in Ett of NWVi of SVW, section StyleON Interior .I More Leg Room Warranty" the Most Spacious Cabin Liftgate Wisher/Wiper I'
18,T7S, R22E $2,000 2.5-Liter Disc Brakes than the .Available Mark AdvancedTransmission with Available .. I
Alice Faye Kemp and Paul James Electronic Fuel- 0 Message Center Cadillac Brougham. Cross Leather Room for 6 '
Kemp, Sr. to Delmar L. and Ardelia Injected EnginePowerAssisted and MlnI-'IHp .I Automatic Tem .I Standard Driver in World More Interior 'I
Gossett parcel in SW CORNer of Computer peratureContxol Air Bag i
Wtt of E& 01 NV4 of SEV4 of NEV4, RackandStandard Driver Air Conditioning Available 4-Wheel Fbwer-Assisted t I
section 29 T6S R22E, 33000. Pinion Steering Air Bag Utradrive,the Anti-Lock Disc
L.J. and Audrey R. Kite to LindaL. Worlds Most Brakes 2.3-Liter or Toyota i
Orvia, lot 13 in SWVi of NEMi, section Advanced Automatic Electronic FuelCamry
11,T7S.: R21E, $6,800. Transmission Injected Engine,
L.J. and Audrey R. Kite to Vivian .
Ham, lot 13.1 acre in SWV4 of NEy4,
/ration 11. T7S.: R21E, $5,000. : : Plus don't forget to get _GREAT__ clearance deals on rem Iining'89's.
L.J. and Audrey R. Kite to Fred
., section 11, T7S, R21E $9,000. __ CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH ,INC.
L.J. Kite to Morris D.and Joyce A.
; 141 west Madison Street 1050 N.Orange Atoms
Nazworth parcel, 1 acre in W 132' Starke.FL Oreen Cove Springs,n. ,
of E 23791 of south 330' of SV4 01NEV. (904 964-9000 (sa)26 -2s[a : =:
section 11 T7S, R21E, $8,000. ? 1A. ". ."
L.J. Kite, dr. to Pencie S. f, "':\0 y: t .
Blackburn lots 37 and 38 in River r t y'' it ..::1" '
Donald Cnrttopber and Elaine L. CHKYSLER-PUrMOUTH,INC. 201 San Marco/venue 1961 Highway ALA East!
'Lott to and Cricket Long, 17SO Southslde Blvd. fL YuJee.-n.
D&rCel1n Barr. of SWVi, section 5, Jacksonville FL. c' ; (9OfJ Augustine.829-6531. (9OfI26J-ltUO
TmS. R22E, $19,000. /I9O4)
Charles E. Lourcey and Glenn E.
Lourcey to Nathan D. and Cynthia L. uanCHBT8LEKPLYMOUTH
Woodlawn, section 31, TSS, R22E, .INC. U'S' 90
3523 Reid Street 1736 Caveat AvenueJacksonville. uV Oai.n.
$5,110O.Charles E. and Glenn E. Lourceyto Way To Rllatka. FL .FL (904)3631043f"

David and Ruth Tyler,. W 2.30 Go I 1904)323-8863 (9O4)389-7792
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I L l Keystone Heights Area AdsHELP I l Union County Area AdsHELP -J


FOR SALE $60.00 HUNDRED remalllng letters CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted -
PROFESSIONAL PERSON-for fund local 1978 DODGE DIPLOMAT2DR. COMMERCIAL SPACE available In .. from per home. Details, send self- to the Union County Times office -
and developmental director of Reasonoble. Art Wheeler, 675 Cardinal Keystone Height 2 locations: 700 sq. -- addressed envelope to In writing and paid In advance
stamped :
ft.& 1000 ft. traffic and viability MUST SELL-3BR/2BA Mobile Home on
charitable -
organization. Send resume Drive Keystone Heights, 47326892tpdl sq. Associates Box 309.". Colonla N.J. unless' credit Is already establishedwith
to P.O. Box 1503, Keystone Height, FL 1-9/16 In both location 473-3193 or 1.39 acres, completely improved, 07067. 6tpd. 1026.1130.AnENTION this office.
32656. 4tchg/ 1969 VW-good condition newly rebuilt 473-7683 leaver menage. 7/6 nchg 14X20 laundry room added, neatly EARN MONEY READING THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
$60 PER HUNDRED-remalllna Utter engine. $900. or best offer. 4755829ltpdll16 ON LAKE GENIVA Furnished efficiency landscaped with sprinkler' system. lOOKS $37.OOO.or Income potential.Details RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
from home. Details tend a self- Laundry and dock facilities. $275 REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE ONLY Ext. 9127.3tpd. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
(1)602-838-6865( )
addressed, stomped envelope to: per monthplus deposit. 4732919. $25.900"Hurry"call 473-7230 Itpdl 1-16 11/21 THI TELEPHONE.
Associates, Box 309-T. Colonla, New SMALL CAR-4 speed gas saver. Will 7/6tlnchg 2BR/1BA MOBILE HOME-on corner lot ATTENTION EXCELLENT INCOME For Classified deadline Is MONDAY 5
Jersey 07067.Btpd10.2612.14CRUISE finance Larry Smallwood 4732684. (IDEAL RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACE N. near Keystone. Owner financed. Flexi
home assembly work For Informationcall P.M., prior to Thursday
LINE HIRINO-lmmedlote op.nIngs ltpdll/16 across street from Hardees. 17X32, ble. 388-1850 2tchgl 1-16/23 1(504)646-1700( ) Dept. P2512. Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50,
Seasonal and career oppor- DODGE PLYMOUTH VOLARE-1980 6cyl $275.adjoining' WX321, $350. 13. 315. MOBILE HOME ft LAND:Uke new 3 BR. 11/162Ipd. 11/23 then 15 cents for each word thereafter.
.1318-459.35. World travel. station wagon $1295. Call 473-3022 71 I 3"nchg 2 BA CH/A. fireplace, washer-dryer, liAC WANTS YOU Cutters and
Call Ext. P3339A.3tpd11.2.16 Itpdl 116PLYMOUTH LAKEFRONT COTTACI-on Twin Lake., dishwasher, ig. icreened-in back spreaders. Top pay plus Incentive WORK WANTED
2BR/1BA. Available alter Nov 1
HORIZON-1980. 2Dr Hat porch. One acre dote to Keystone bonus. Also need production
JOB OPENINGovalloble at New life chback. 4 cvl. 4 speed AM/FM $850. $300.mo. plus deposit. 473-3856. Heights.Own H for low down paymentand employees. No experience necessary.
Acres. 475-2108 2lchgl 1-9/16 OBO 473-2438 ltchgll-16 4lpdlO-26/H-16 473-2566. 12 BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Monday-
S380/MO. Lake Butler Apparel
BABYSITTER NEEDEDIn my home |lust FORD lTD-1984 4Dr 5.0 liter V8 ATPSPB MOBILE HOMES-2 or 3 k 11/9/89 2YARD Apply In ,person 650 S.E.: 2nd Street, Lake Friday. 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Joan Feuston.
West of Melrose. Call Susie between 11 a Air. low mileage, like new $2995. bedrooms$135-$150 per month. SR Company Butler 11/16 Call 4962741. Across from Doc's Saw
a.m. and 9 p.m. 468-2394 2Ichg11916PERSONAL 080 473-2438 ltchgll-16 100. across from Lake Geneva. Call SALES tfnchg. Shop In Worhtlngton Springs. Itpd.
473-7566 or 4737810. 11/16
4mos.pd/10-26/4/5/90 LAND FOR SALE WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME Monday-
CALL CENTURY It-Showcase Propertiesfor Friday. .Also offer school care. For
miscellaneous Items, Sat/Sun Nov
rentals of the following: homes, 11.12 and Sat/Sun Nov 18-19, little 20 ACRES West of Worthington Springs. more Information call 4961320. Itpd.
lakefront homes, mobile homes, office Call 496-3644.. 11/16 2tchg. 11/22
CARPET REPAIRS ft INSTALLATIONS- PUPPIES-Cockerspanlels. 1 Lake SantoFe, near Bradford County
restretches, seam repairs, measures femala/4 males. $50.00 each. 473-2133 space and ministorages.(904)473.4903.Stchg10.1911223 Public boat ramp. 475-2139 LOST AND FOUND
w/w Installations. 27 years ..IC'perlence. after S Itpdl1/l6 ( ) 2tchgl 1-9/16 MOBILE HOMES
NEWLY lot LakeGeneva
475-9171 ARAIIAN HORSI-well trained,lyrs good IEMODELED-prlval. on
Rob-lyn Carpet
FOUND Female walker hound. Jack
,288Mobile Home. Newcarpet FOR SALE
4tpdl 1-9/30 rider needs good home. Chris ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER-SI, afghan Whlteheod. 4963309. Itpd. 11/16
CARPENTRY PlUMBINO-heat 8 air conditioning 473-2684. P.O. Box 1087 Mlddleburg.FL throughout, dock laundry $3.00 electric mower $10.00 and
bushhogglng mowing, appliance 32068 llpdll/16 facilities. Must see this one. $27 /mo much much more. 7475 Lakeview 1990 14 x 50'-2 BR 1 Bath S6995.00 Calf
repair, general repairs of all OPTION plus $275.TO deposlt.473-2919 BUY-Nlce 2BR Mobile ll/9tfnchg Home, Street, Sunrise Park, Sat Nov 189 a.m. 755-5114, Circle B Homes Lake City, FL FOR SALE
types. 473-2577 2tpdl1-9/16 ltpdll-16 REPO DOU8LEWIDE $1000.00 down. Bad
convenient schools, central heat a
SEWING MACHINES NOT HOMES FOR SALE to CHILDREN'S CLOTHINO-toys, maternity credit or no credit. You can buy. Call FIREPLACES B WOODSTOVESFIorlda'slargest
AC. Call I.904. 73-4221 or
WORKINGT-Don't panic. Call Swindell. clothes and lots more. Garden Street 755-5114. Circle B Homes, Lake City, FL selection over 40 different
473-7862. Work guaranteed. Used 21pdll.9116MEL.OSIcharmlng 8-5 Sat ltchgll-16 MOBILEHOMES, Slnglewldes' starting -
ONE LAKESIDt HOME with separate 2BR/1UBA with USED models In stock. New, used trade-in's.
machines $50 and up. 720tfnchgSEPTIC garage with 2 acres, $29,500 OBO or 2 den dishwasher FRI/SAT-9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CR352 -exactly at 50000. Doublewldes also In Well worth the trip. The Woodstove ftFireplace
wallpaper carpet .
TANKS PUMPED-and drain lines lakeside homes, 4 acres $55,500 OBO. central H/A, 2 miles off SR2I. See signs ltchgll-16 stock. Call 755-5114. Circle B. Homes Center 2031 Northwest 6th
relayed. Prices reasonable. Bradford Keystone Heights area. 1-659-2779 carport with storage TRUCK TOPPERweddlng dress and much Lake City. FL.11/16 tin chg. 1211CARSTRUCKSVANS St. Calnsvllle, Fl. Toll Free '
Nice neighborhood paved streets
more.Frl/Sat 9-5 224 Shllah Ave,Pork
Tanks, Stark. 964-8121 .
Septic 18005242675. l0/197tpd. 1130.Spl..t.Con.al..I.na
7/20 tfnchgGOVERNMENT sand lake.$375.mo. .
swimming area on of the Palms colony ltpdll-16
7/6llnchg HOMES-from $1Urepair I.r..lnRe.po.lbIlIlV
wood 1st a lost plus $200. security BIO 2 FAMILY-sale, furniture, tools,
REPAINTING SPECIAUST-metal or take low
( ) Delinquent tax property. party to over
block. Roofing and sldewalls, leak and Repoiiesslons., Call 1-602-838.8833 Ext. deposit. Call today! 475.1678 clothes, truck topper eta Frl/Sat 8-5 monthly payments on spinet piano. See
2tchgl 116331IR 6818 Deer Road $915 BUICK LESAIRE Limited edition.
and GHI"027.3IpGI1I2,9,16 Springs ltchgll-16
rust Sandblasting steep
proofing. Locally. Call 1-800-327-3345 Ext. 102.
roofing 14 ex SPRING LAKE-put your family on this ski- CONDOMINIUM-attlc ceiling fans ANTIQUES-and much more. Sat 333 S. 6000. Excellent condition. Regina
perience. ..rrobl.m, rubb.r years roof- able lak., 2 plus acres, toned skylight. Between Keystone and Lawrence Blvd. Richard Roberts Insurance Parrlsh 4963465. Itpd. 11/16 HOTPOINT 3tpd11/21 DRYER Used-works. $30. Coll
Melrose 475-2427 ltchgll-16 REPOS-REPOS-REPOS Dump trucks, work
475-5247. Agriculture 1768 sq.ft. 6677 SR21. No lchgll-16
coating. 964-8791 or 964-7578 or 9647061. 11/9
JUNKW. pick up |lunk mower, motorcycles assumable mortgage.$67.000 Firm. CLEAN MOBILE HOME: 2 BR 2 BA. trucks, backhoes, construction equipment tfn/chg.
mlnlblkes, chainsaws Heat ft Air.In Clay County near Keystone motor graders, etc. Call
go-carts 6365 WOOFARD DRIVE, Fleetwood. HELP WANTED 4962101. 11/16 11/23 ANTIQUE CHINESE CHIPPENDALE SOFA
weed eaters.W. buy good junk owner financing. 3BH. 2 Ba CH/A, Height J250/MO. 473-2566. 2tchg. $250. Antlqu stained plats lamp $325.
motorcycles, 3 wheelers. 473-3036 Kim fireplace front/rear patfo.chaln Ink 13 k 11/WB9 9 2 ORGANIST NEEDED for mall church, 1970 FORD F-100: Completely chromedout 35,000 BTU vented LP gas heater $75.
31chg11/9.23 fence yard. 2 car carport MathewsReally call David Ashley 475-1844 or 373- Aluminum wheel and new Urea. Call 496-3463, anytime. 11/9 tfn/chg.
CNA DESIRES-prlvate duty In Keystone 964-4468 4 MOBILE HOMES 3970 15 k 11/2/89 New motor transmission and. .arend. AUTOMATIC DRYER $75. Call 4963253.
Heights area. Specialty geriatrics.Call FOR SALE 2 Only 30K on motor. Power steering, Itpd. 1116FIREWOOD
473-0645 8 a.m. to I p.m. or after 7 FOR SALE power brakes, auto.,V-8. New paint!, $15 a pick-up truck load.
p.m. 2tchgl 1-16/23 MOBILE HOMES fOR SALI-$99 over$4.000 invested A Steal at$3200 Already cut. Coll 496-2822. Wor-
HOUSECLEANING-ln Lake area. Call SATELLITE SYSTEM-Hke new limos old down.$135 mo. Set up on lot w/pool. FIRM. Can Jason 864-6791. thington Springs. Itpd. 11/16
Brook. and Chris at 473-7448 or w/scrombler. Nothing down $49/mo. Call
Easy credit, 13.25 APR 8 yrs.
4732839. Reliable references: Carolyn 1-272-1018 4tchg.10/26/11/16 .Allen 783-1420. 4tchg/10-26/11-16 FOR RENT YARD SALENATSO'S
Sweat and Kelly Curry. 2tehg11/16-23 SATELLITE SYSTEM-REPOSSESSED-Due to MUST SELL QUICKLY-Gettlng married.

LADY Keystone/Melrose DESIRES-to do are.housecleaning References.In divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing. 3B/2B double-wid., 4-ton heat pump. OFFICE SPACE. 150 W. Main Street, YARD SALE Saturday, Nov. 18,
down. $39/mo. 1.272.1031.tchgI0261116 .
covered deck.Nlc.ly
New 300 sq.ft.
Good rates 473-0643 2tchgl 1/16-23 carpet. $100.00 month. Call 496-2261. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. 619 Pine Street In
lot. 1344
DAYTIME SITTING-ond light housekeeping landscaped. 100x150 TWO BEDROOM. 2 BATH70 x 14 Mobile Raiford. Itpd. 11/16
and frame.like
TWIN MATTRESS-box spring 00.
condition. $27.
for.ld.rly. Call D. Dotson 473-9356 $6000 full/queen wood sq.ft. Home on 20 plus acres $300 a month MINI WAREHOUSE Friday and Saturday.
new I will
4737290. return
ltpdll-16 headboard $25.00 473-7036 after 7:30 leave call.message 4tchg/ll-2-11/23 ht.Ia.t plus security deposit. Call3326411.2tpd.1116 Nov. 17 and 18. lots of goodies. Temple
TUTORING-all subjects, grades I your Ave. Itpd. 1116HOMES
p.m. Itpdl)/16 DOUBLE-WIDI MOBILE HOME-on 3/4
6. Florida certified teacher. MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT One
types fenced 2BR/2BA, dining room
Call for Information 8330. 473-2502 fence, field fence, barbed wire. Free acre walk-In closets kitchen pantry stove, bedroom. $155. Two bedroom $180. FOR SALE
after 3:30: call 473-J575 2tchg11-16/23 estimates. Call 473-7676/473-9043. Three bedroom. $200. Phone
HOUSECLEANING-weekly, monthly or ref rig, carport drapes, screens, open evenings. Come by office at Sid's
lust once to help you catch up.473-4035 George Starke Manning and, Salesman-Estimator Keystone.2tpdl1916 porch patio. $35,000.casli/flrm. J. W. THIS TlIANKSGMNG Mobile Home Park. Itpd. 11/16 HOUSE FOR SALE Three bedroom central
serving ParadiseEstates
2tpdl 1-9/16 Denton Rt 20 or 26 to SR2I to heat and air. One acre In rural
HIRE ME-for yard work, raking, limb sign lit mobile home on location. 48000. Call 4960079. 11/16
MOVING SALE-9 a.m.17 Nov TILL?.7964
473-4055 l.ft.2Ipdll.9/16
removal mowing etc.
2tpdl 1-9/16 Hwy 100 Lake Geneva 473. 622 I_ '! i't1L..
1 tchgl 1.16

DRAGGINHOUSE OUT OF Musical Heritage, Dynasty Brlnns House of Lloyd'sOPEN'HOUSE ro i f .I j. I ..
LEVEL??laRue Leveling SeMoe lor Calendar Dolls with stands, covers, i 'r: y -BIG '," :', "
y all your foundation repair 473-7721 certificates. 473-3666 2tpdl 1-16/23 ,_ ; .U -.t., _... ,.
+wi REFRIGERATOR-l6cu ft. 2 door frost- : 1 :tIft" r"
free. Excellent condition $150.00 Y I I.X I',

473-1523 116jTfls'tirimd Come see our displays in home decor toys & j t q ::I

gifts and Christmas. Only a few weeks left in the -&URNITURESALE

season to earn free merchandise on our fantastic r:

hostess plan in time for Christmas. November ''

19th, 430pm: at Starke Bowling Lanes. Call Cindy

at 964-8172 for more info.

N.Vl.18th St. Starke 964-6133
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Obituary'Frank t If 'N A BUFFET NOW SERVING Large inventory of

and Mobile
3.a. ;

II. ReynoldsMr. -'ea Home FurnitureAll
& Szechuan Cuisine .
Frank Harmison Reynolds, LUNCH
58,of Fernandina Beach, died Satur- 1900'.)1.T.mpJa' Slar\.. Florida '32091TORENA
day, Nov. 11, in Amelia Island Care
Center, Fernandina Beach, follow-1 ; MOTEL Eat-In or Take Out furniture on display in our

Ing a sudden illness. For sistvatk3n or take out orders' call: 964-7681 :t. .- Prices marked
Born in Duval County, Mr.I CHILDREN UNDER 10 $2.50 niodels at
Reynolds moved to Fernandina ALL YOU CAN EAT ADULTS $4.25; '

Beach in 1971 from Gainesville and CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS OF AGE $LOO ..* invoice or below.I
was a member of the Methodist.

faith.Survivors Include one brother, & A Christmas. present for the -

William Lee Reynolds of Keystone BUFFET DINNER '1 entire family!

Heights and one sister, Emily R. Nights

Thomas of Highlands N.C. ALL YOU CAN EAT ADULTS $7.95 CHILDREN UNDER 10 $3.95
Funeral services will be held at a DO BLEWIDE HOME CENTERHwy.
later date. Jones Funeral Home of CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS OF AGE $1.00 I

Starke is in charge of arrangements. Our'Buffet Consists of More Than 15 Delicious Items I I 301 N; Lawtey e 782-3333

Commission Approves "ON.Tl y- ::Lunch 11 ajn.til 2:30 pm;Dinner 430 pm tU930LUNCH Mon.-Sat. 9-5 Financing Available

Duck Season DatesAt NOW OPEN Pm.Saturday 430 pm til 030 pm.Sunday Lunch 12 Noon til 230 pm; Sun. 1-5 for qualified buyers'

a meeting in Destin Friday the FOR ONLY Dinner 430 pm tU 9 pm __
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission -
approved dates and bag
limits for the 1989-90 duck and coot

ry seasons.The dates are Nov.22-26 and Dec.: J

14-Jan. 7. Shooting hours are one- Fried
half hour before sunrise to sunset.
In other business the Commissioners ::::!? j ,
discussed proposed major sj "

rule changes for the 1990-91 hunting
and fishing regulations. The proposed Chicken 4 : .
changes will be made availablefor

public review and comment In _

early October. _
The next Commission meeting Is '

scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 21, inc Factory
Salk Aluminum
Tallahassee. i E FACTORIF : c

Starke Construction Company;

904.964"4415 '

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General find that nicotine, an in- TURKEY WITH DRESSING i f .nil.
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prescribe medication, in gum form, <;*>! i *">t i| I37511Q6I.2SOON. ,

that release small amounts of ni- With 2 -' b /,: .'
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473-7213 0
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Rowell PrevattI Heights, died Monday, Nov. 13, in Card of ThanksWe Card of Thanks .

. Mr. Rowell Prevatt,73,of Lawtey, Bradford extended Hospital illness.,Starke,followingan would like to say a special With grateful hearts, we, the PAIN CONTROL
.... died Tuesday,Nov.14,at his home in Born in Lawrence, Mass., Mrs. thank you to all of our friends,fami- Cohens family,wish to acknowledgewith
t1" Lawtey following a long illness. Bachmann moved to Keystone ly and neighbors who came to help deepest gratitude the outpouring -.Headaches:
r A lifelong resident of Lawtey,Mr. Heights in 1955 from Teaneck, N.J., when the accident happened to of sympathy and consolation that Neck&Arm INJURIES
Prevatt was a member of the attended Park of the Palms Church, Delbert Kilgore. Also thanks to Col. we received from you. May God
Church of God, Lawtey, and was a homemaker and was the A.D. Thornton, Lt. Don Davis and bless each of you for your interest Mid Back Work Related
retired farmer and Florida State was widow a of Walter A. Bachmann. Set. John Griffis and the many people and love. Low Back & Leg Spoils
t',' employee with Dept. of Surplus. Survivors Include one daughter, [ who Delbert works with for all Personal,
}f Survivors Include his wife, Wordna the Times like this is
Eleanor B. Galle, Kittery, Maine; help they gave. Auto
{! Southerland Prevatt, Lawtey; and one grandson, Kenneth W. when you need good neighbors like FLORIDA
," one daughter, Alma Jean Waters of Eliot, Maine. we have.You just don't know how it
Lawtey; three sons,Phillip Prevatt, funeral services will be held at 3 made us feel to have had your help.I DR.RICHARD C.TULLER
Lawtey, Patrick Southerland of Jn.Thursday,Nov. 16,in the Parkof don't know how would have made it 964-5451 '. .
Raiford and Michael Southerland of p the Palms Chapel, Keystone if it hadn't been for you.Also,thanksto
Starke Lawtey; two and brothers Raymond Clyde Prevatt Prevattof of Heights,with Mr":Ernest Woodhouseand the Union County Ambulance Ser r$2.50 SPECIAISe \ CHIROPRACTIC CARE
vice, to all the staff at University
" Rome, Ga. two sisters, Mr. James Gilbert officiating. 11 .
; Louise Hospital in Jacksonville and the t.at 81m.1I1..t WHEN YOU NEED IT
Burial will be in Keystone Heights 11
!; Kemp of Lawtey and Kizzie Mae Showing Only
Lake Butler Hospital. Again, thank 24 HOURS A DAY 7
rJ: Bell of Green Cove Springs and three Cemetery under the direction of \... Tuesday Showing Jj
.j grandchildren.Funeral Jones Funeral Home of Keystone God for people like you. DAYS A WEEK
" services will be held at 2p.m. Heights. The Family of Delbert Kilgore Closed Wed. &Thurs. QD OFFICE HOURS.

.. Thursday, Nov. 16, In the Starts Friday,Nov. 17th Office lloura: Mon..Frl.8:30: -6'00 pm. Sat Dy Appointment
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. -
., Lester Austin and Rev. HokeO'Berry MARK HARMON
j' officiating.Burial will be in "Ittit_I_I_i COUPON ittitf_latttilt'",
>'. Lawtey Cemetery under the direc- ---1
,t tion of Jones Funeral Home of CONDITION GUARANTEED
,'. Starke. I I TRANSMISSION Ii |

,. Card of Thanks Ii i! "Wi11J1il19 !ITIJ AND GENERAL REPAIR B

.. We, the family of Mr. Albert YOUR _
.. Tyson,Sr.,wish to express our deep -SCREEN 2- Across from Merchants &Southern Bank Keystone Heights, FL I
T appreciation to all who, in the most
': wonderful way, shared our burden, i
. with flowers, food, cards, letters, ANINNOCENT
',; telegrams, resolutions, prayers, or WATER ; : ) ; i
any act of kindness shown us in the IGf A'NeJCC fNi. "
5 illness and loss of our loved one. 1I. ,, i
., .Q
o Special thanks to the entire > '
Southside Elementary staff and the WITHOUT. 'lSPEC/ltL, : i
) staff of Haile Funeral Home. May TOM
!t: God's richest blessing be showered MAN SELLECKtfil ; S'mi's's'ion''Ch' i
Wi" down upon each of you. 8"Point'1i'r"a' n' ec'k
The Tyson Family
GETTING 301 DRIVE-IN i Change Fluid, Replace or Clean Filter
;1 Roy A.JohnsonMr. I -=a. Adjust Bands Check Vacuum Check U i
Starke 964-7484 I V- Joints Check CV Joints Check&Adjust
Roy Arthur Johnson, 37, of '. Linkage Road Test Performance
Melrose,died Sunday,Nov.12,at his SOAKED. Fri. Sat.,&SunSTEVE I i
home on Dane Lane. Born in Hun- i
:. tington, W. Va.,Mr.Johnson moved I Ir i i $19
;,-;. to Melrose in 1987 from Proctorville, MARTINParenthood
: Ohio. I....... --! i I Visa Visa B
,. Mr. Johnson served in the Air, -- -- -- -- i & Mastercard s
. the Viet Nam War (puul i iIi & MastercardTERWILLEGAR'S
. Force during ; ,
was a carpenter; and member of S69SJ' '" '' _I_I_I (COUPON lOl_l_IW"
,.it. Carpenters Jacksonville.Union Local No. 627, 1 JUS" 1 1I "

I' Survivors include his mother and 'IIII1 I 1 LUBE

i; of stepfather Keystone, Justine Heights and;Clayton four step-Joy : MONTH !! : QUICK

daughters,Tina Mannon of Sanford, I '' 150 W. Madison St.
\10 Barbara Mannon and Donna Man- Right' now,get"'h.very best wore conditioner, ,II'j','
III non of Proctorville,Ohio and Terra 1 iota very small price Just(6 90 per monthfofOmonthi i'(' 1 Starke 9649OOO1O
instollotion CollCulligan
..1 Mannon of Melrose; four brothers, 1 today about plus rhu, limited time rriol' offer 1
Gary L.Johnson of Walton,Indiana
f Steven Johnson or Melrose, Davidand .
'.' Jack Johnson j both of Jackson- 1
. :' ville; one sister, Deborah France of : E. .: MINUTE OIL CHANGE
: Huntington, W. Va; five stepsisters I
,;1 rte and: : one stepbrother. ? ; "'P _.... r.l. .. ''Ii' ;..",' .. I h '(
-Funeral services were held at 3p.m. 1 r Fa. 1)) Wd Change Your Oil ((5 Qts.)
Wednesday, Nov. 15, in the 1 d I D
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. I 2)) We Install A New Oil Filter
'w Ken Pippin officiating.Burial was in o 3)) We Lubricate the Entire Chassis
t Swan Creek Cemetery,Swan Creek, D 4)) We Check and Fill Radiator Cool J
Ohio, under the direction of Jones L = = 10 MINUTE
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i Funeral Home of Keystone Heights. OIL CHANGE! D 5)) We Check and Fill Transmi: "i' r aid

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I r .Traffic rwpan9BTyler and Criminal Court Cases I

pled no contest reckless no laws, stay away from victim. ing worthless check (Bradford 60 days, $52 court costs. in credit for time
supervision contest illegal possession alcoholic tery; 90 days jail
driving; fined $437.50, attend DUI Philip Todd Landreth pled guilty
Family Restaurant); restitution has Lewis pled guity issuing worthless served Tri Probation.
beverage; 60 days court probation, County
50 hours community work illegal exit from Raiford Tract
; been made, $52 court costs. check (Dollar General) costs $52 court costs. Stafford pled guilty DWLS; 30
Tri Misdemeanor County supervision. costs suspended.Landreth Brenda Williams charged wtih issuing suspended, Tri County supervision David F. Rogers pled no contest days concurrent I
Court pled
guilty: trespass on worthless check (Fashion 60 days. Harris contest
delivery alcoholic beverage; 60 days James Ray pled no
Anthony L. Aaron pled no contest posted property (Gilman Paper Stop); restitution has been made, court probation, $52 court costs. disorderly intoxication; 15 days in
Company) $52 court costs.
In petit Jan.theft (Food Lion); six months Verdell Long; pled no contest Issu-. dismissed.Robert Lee Murphy pled no con Kenneth Wayne Owens pled no .InspphB. Stafford Died guilty bat jail, credit for time served.

:Kristin M. Benham pled no contest ing worthless check (Winn Dixie); test disorderly intoxication; $52
petit theft (Winn Dixie); costs restitution has been made. costs court costs.
suspended, dismissed. waived, dismissed. Albert Allen pled guilty sale
Debra Ann Broughton pled guilty Eugene McClelen pled guilty issuing alcoholic beverage with no license;
battery; six months court probation, worthless check (Pest Control); costs suspended.Roy .
costs suspended.Barbara court costs, show proof of restitu Edward Conway charged
Ann Brown pled guilty is- tion.Donald with petit theft, show proof of
suing worthless check; $52 court Guy Prater pled no contest restitution and state will dismiss.
costs, make restitution, Trl County disorderly intoxication; court proba- Conway pled guilty illegal posses ll hir'p
supervision two months. tion 60 days, violate no laws, no sion of alcoholic beverage; costs
Eric Kenneth Crabtree pled guilty alcohol costs suspended. suspended.Michael.
trespass on posted property (Gilman Cynthia Purdy pled no contest issuing R. Godwin pled guilty
Paper Company); $52 court costs. worthless check Winn Dixie); possession marijuana; six months
Crabtree pled guilty illegal exit $52 court costs, proof of restitution. Tri county Probation, $150 court
from Raiford Tract (hunt club); Mary Ruise pled guilty issuing costs.
costs suspended. worthless check (TG&Y); $52 court Geraldine W. Lewis pled guilty issuing
James Ralph Crane pled guilty illegal costs, proof of restitution, Tri Coun- worthless check (Wal-Mart);
possession alcohol beverage; ty supervision 90 days. suspend costs, make restitution, Tri
$52 court costs. Bennett Hiley Sledge, Jr. pled county supervision 60 days con-
Lisa Kennedy pled guilty battery; guilty improper disposial of secutive.
six months court probation, violate animals; $52 court costs. Lewis pled guilty issuing worthless - -- -
Alton C. Thornton pled guilty issu check (Wal-Mart): Tri County Fuel Spill.
More than 10 gallon of diesel fuel was spilled| on this street In Lake Butler but no one wu hurt In the Incident.

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AttorneyGets ise

SuspendedThe -t

Florida Supreme Court has
suspended attorney Daniel Dwight
Moody from the practice of law in h,4 ''srd

Florida, effective November 16,
following action taken by The
Florida Bar.Moody .

of 2901-230 S. W. 13th
Street, Gainesville, pleaded no con-
test in a Sarasota circuit court to
felony charges of manslaughter and
leaving the scene of an accident with
injuries He was sentenced to ll'/4
months in jail, which was suspended -
and placed on two years com- INTO
munity control to be followed by five dllgd
years probation. The attorney was '' PAYMENT
also ordered to pay $500 fine and :
restitution.The 'Til, WEX
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Florida Supreme Court's at- 4.; r I y, /Y [
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torney disciplinary rules requireany rpeO awru. ..rmb
attorney convicted of a felony be
automatically suspended from the
practice of law. During the felony
suspension period, the Bar may pur-
sue further discipline

Moody was born in 1957 and admit-
ted to the Bar in 1985.
The suspension order is not final
until time expires to file a rehearing
motion and, if filed, determined. The s
filing of such a motion does not alter DOWN
the effective date of the suspension.As .
an official agency of the PAYMENT'ON
Supreme Court of Florida, the OUR EASY
Florida Bar and its Department of .IV'2' Pub Back Style

Lawyer Regulation are charged "S. d -- CHARGE IN-STORE PLAN 5Qr. \ _:;7'\ Lane Action
with the administration of a t. Swivel-Rocker-Recliner
statewide disciplinary system to en- (
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force Supre-ie Court rules of profes-
Big comfortabio size you can stretch out and
sional cone ;t for all lawlers.Obituaries. l. r.fax :In Fully: covered, in a WEAR DATED*
a U'; Acrylic velvet, .Multi position Handle reclining
fa ++ r-r comfort Lite Time Warranty on Reclining
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l $299l'

SAVE $ If1
Mrs. Ruby Catherine

Norman YarbroughMrs. -

Ruby Catherine Norman : : r,

Yarbrough 88, of Raiford, died r'
Tuesday Nov. 14, at her home aftera a

brief Illness. ELECTRONIC KEYBOARD a ',"'S'"at'?
Born in the New River section of Fealuree,
: Opreael tons for your mualcal pleaaure [ / f
Bradford County, Mrs. Yarbroughhad 8-Mflo/rhylhm provide reallatlc percuaaion round 8 chorda FA
resided in Union and Bradford precleery synchronized with alacted' rhythm.. '
counties all her life. She was the Man Size Vinyl I Recliner with I -
widow of the late Silas P. Yar- Built-in Heater/Vibrator
brough, and was a member of the $49 SALElpOROICSEOSF
Raiford. SAVE OVER 1/2 OFF padded button tufted recllner I In an eaay-cara vlnvl, .
First Baptist Church of magazine storage' pouch la located on 'the aide.
Survivors include one daughter, from Our Big 24-Page Lda-Tans Warranty on Reclining Mecharaama
Melba Y. Faulkner of Raiford; one
sister, Alta Renfroe of Ocala; three Christmas Sale Circular $ 199
chidden]dren and five great grand- _4 L 3-TIER STILL IN EFFECT GIFT PRICE

Funeral services will be held at 2

p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16, in the First PLANT
Baptist Church of Raiford with Rev.
Steve Haskell officiating. Burial will STAND '

follow in Dyal Cemetery in Bradford SPECIAL
County. Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler is in charge of arrangements

PRICE SALE 599 ( !

Vicky Sue IN THE CARTON r Jr1
Anderson Rosier I SELF DELIVERY 'e r
Vicky Sue Anderson Rosier, 34, of BRASS
Starke, died at her home early r VANITY &
Wednesday, Nov. 15, following a FREE Delivery & 1 BENCHPrAmpt
lengthy illness. i (

Born and raised in Albuquerque, Set-Up ,,
New Mexico, she moved to Starke in _
1967. She was the daughter of the
late Rex E. Anderson, Sr. and Mrs. SOLID
Viola E. Anderson of Starke and wasa
member of the First United PINE
Methodist Church of Starke. '
Survivors include her husband,
Martin Vanis Rosier of Starke; her
mother, Mrs. Viola E. Anderson of
Starke; one sister, Paula Kay
Anderson of Gainesville; two
brothers, Daniel E. Anderson, Jr. of
Lake Butler and Rex Eugene Anderson
of Starke; and her motherinlaw -
Mrs. Freddie Rosier Amersonof ''SOLID PINE 10-PIECE FURNITURE GROUP
Starke. you get all en mi. 7
Funeral services will be held Friday OUO_KIDDIB MOCKER from strong SOLID PINE In a neturaYprn.limeS dln.n.with durabl.p.ck.g.easyoar.O/slrn coneInicled/ SAVE $221
Nor. 17 at 11 a.m. at the Chapelof solId plrwkanw. In a natural Dnlah E..y....'. Ol.lin top febric thai uphoisl.ry on the and Cushwns Dining table hss en..ey-w. pe IsnSneled TIIII .....enl bruo-pIaled VonlIV..h.
rings clams. 1O-pl.c. Includ. SALE
Full sic.
Tanner ouefMorM. presins yroup : sole '.... PRICE
Archie Funeral Home lId/u./ minor end m.chlng bench
1n Z and labia., d/n.n./ 1.41. end aid.
with Rev. Dewight McQueen of- $ o air tchlny Roek.rl tebN9 gO.Ste..perfect top end in'N any..doccw... Spacious- $
ficiating. Burial will follow in SALE PRICE 2 9 l rge __ _. _shelf.. deep 7 7
Crosby Lake Cemetery. Archie Tan- cuahtoned Upaatry covered Mat,
ner Funeral Home of Starke is in
charge of arrangements. In lieu of
flowers, make donations to Cancer FAr Ms "' p'
Fund or First United Methodist
Church of Starke.Land We're Not Jyja ;.-
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