Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01577
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 23, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01577
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NotingFAD Meet MondayOn

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Families Against Drugs (FAD) ,

will meet Tuesday, Nov. 28, at the Assessment
Vo Tech Media Center, at 7:30: p.m.
Anyone interested in learning more -
about illegal drug abuse and how by Buster RahnBCT "No one likes to pay the asse.vss
we can make a difference is encouraged Staff Writ.rBradford ment. Even the people v ho favor the
i to attend. Commissioners approached assessment do not like to pay it. Unfortunately
the Starke council in a con- I do not have a way to
J BHS Alumni Meet... cilatory manner Tuesday, Nov. 21, create money, nor does anyone else.
Bradford High School Alumni will and won an agreement to sit down "We want to sit down and talk with
f meet Tuesday, Nov. 28 in the and talk about the $100 special you in any structure you choose.
Western Steer Steak House for a assessment, problems facing county We'll be happy to consider your comments
dutch treat dinner at 6 p.m., followed commissioners, and how to resolve and there" will be no prior
by a business meeting at 7 p.m. them. committments.
{ All alumni and friends are No committments were made,and Mayor Vernon Silcox pushed the
welcome. nothing was ruled out. The agree- city council to meet with the com
ment to come to the table was missioners by saying, "I'd like to
1 Clay County... : engineered by smooth talking suggest that commissioners and
Orange Park attornay John council sit down together in City Hallin
The public is invited to an k Kopelousos, retained by the county. a workshop.They want a solution,
I( organizational meeting of concerned The boards agreed to meet Mon- and we owe it to them."
taxpayers of Clay County at 7 : '! day, Nov. 27, at 7:30: p.m. in the Silcox suggested the two boards
p.m., Thursday, Nov. 30. The : but the
Starke city hall. meet next Tuesday night,
meeting will be held in the Clay : conflicts with board
: : Although the interlocal agreementwith time a zoning
County Public Library Meeting the county was first on the meeting. Silcox then set the
Room, 403 Ferris St., Green Cove agenda Mayor Vernon Silcoxdisposed workshop for Monday night. There
Springs. of other routine matters were no objections from council
before calling on Commission Chair- members.The .
Homecoming... y man Wilbur Waters to address the $100 special assessment on all
St. John Missionary Baptist council. property owners in the county is ex-
Church will hold an Anniversaary Chairman Waters asked the pected to raise $864,000 in revenue
and Homecoming, Sunday, Nov. 26, Mayor to allow Attorney John for the county budget. Bradford
beginning at 11 a.m. Kopelosus to address the council. commissioners passed the assess-
Services will be conducted by ment several weeks ago, but it
Rev. Sylvester Bright and AntiochFreewill Kopelosus began by saying, "It is became bogged down when Starke
Baptist Church of DeLand. our opinion that the special assess- commissioners refused to sign an in-
ment, without an interlocal agree- terlocal agreement at their Nov. 7
Anti-Landfill... ment, will not be valid." meeting.
Citizens against the Tri-county Kopelosus continued, "We need Last week neither Brooker nor
landfill will sponsor an important help. There seems to have been Hampton formally voted on it but
meeting and fund raiser Saturday, much misinformation and lack of in both commissions indicated they
Dec. 2, all day. formation."We would not sign an iterlocal agree
The meeting will be held in the propose to get together in a ment. Lawtey commissioners
Raiford Community Center at workshop with you, to get input into agreed Nov. 6 to sign an interlocal
Raiford.A problems facing the county. You agreement with the county.
planning meeting will be held BHS Top Grade Earners... represent the residents of Starke, County attorney Reggie Flynn

Friday, Nov. 24, at 7:30: p.m., at Earning straight-A's for the first six-weeks of school D.ivle (Heather Safer.at and so do the county says he agress with atty. Kopelousosthat
J.L. Wilkinson's hunting camp, 9 Bradford High School are ((1-r): Top: Steven Thornton. Jimmy Parado, Brad commissioners." the interlocal agreement is the
miles west of Lawtey on SR-125. Bottom: Brenda Williams, Danielle Smith, Janice Hamilton, Shannon McChesney. Kopelosus told the council that a safest way to implement the special
For information and/or direc- workshop will be an educational pro- assessment ordinance. All the coun-
tions, call 431-1833 after 6 p.m. cess, in which all avenues may be ties in the state which have passed a
explored. The special assessment is special assessment, except one,
:..' Club Speaker.... .8 Earn 'Straigfat-A's at BHS one way to deal with the problem. have done so via" interlocal
If your club or organization is There may be other ways. agreements, Flynn said.
looking for a speaker with a topicof '-" Commissioners have said 11
interest to the community, con- Eight Bradford High students, or honors English III, trigonometry, Ms. Gina Safer of Starke and "You cannot resolve the problemin assessment cannot be levied within
tact Dan Cuddington, Ph. 9642029or 7/lOths of one percent of the chorus III, personal fitness, Sheldon Safer. a public hearing and come up with corporate limits, that county
6911. Speakers available to talk 1,125-member student body, earned chemistry I, honors American something. To answer here in public residents won't have to pay it either.
about Bradford County Special straight-A's for the first six-weeks history, and honors world history. A-B Honor Roll... hearing is difficult.
Olympics for the mentally han- grading period that ended Oct. 2. Danielle T Smith, daughter of The 95 BHS students making all
dicapped. Another 95 BHS students, or 8.4 Mr. and Mrs. Dan Smith of Starke. A's and B's for places on the honor
percent of the student body, earnedall Miss Smith is enrolled in Spanish III, roll include 21 seniors, 39 juniors, 20 Court Order ForcesReinstatement
A's or B's on their first report honors English III, algebra II,wood- sophomores and 15 freshmen. Theyare I
Head Start... cards of the 1989-90 school term. wind band III, chemistry I, honors by grade:
One senior, Steven M. Thornton; world history, and fundamentals of of OfficerIt
Head Start is now accepting ap- three juniors, Brad Hamilton, Shan- typing I.Sophomores. Seniors... Teresa K. Bassett,
at 1080 North Pine Street,
plications Starke, for children ages 3, 4 and 5. non McChesney, and Danielle T. Robert L. Bishop, Kendra L. Butler, was a bitter pill to swallow, but The city appealed the ruling to the
child dental Smith; two sophomores, Janice Chad E. Crafton, Cynthia M. Davis, Starke commissioners finally First District Court of Appeals and
Free care, care,
Davie and Brenda Williams,and two : Jennifer C.Dodge,James Scott Dun- agreed Tuesday night, Nov. 21,
medical services, family services of- freshmen, James Parado and Janice E. Davie, daughter of Mr. can, Aimee L. Ferguson, Kevin E. under court order, to reinstate lost.Mayor Vernon Silcox decried the
and fered.transportation services are Heather Safer, earned straightA's.The and Mrs. Richard Davie of Starke. Finch, Daryl D. Gnann, Brian S. dismissed former policeman city being forced to reinstate the
straight-A students are: Miss Davie is enrolled in introduction Haddock, Thomas B. Hamilton, William Scott Allen. former policeman because there is

Food Pantry... English to computers II; algebra Spanish II, woodwind II, honors Doley M. Hersey, Kevin B. Krack, City Attorney Terry Brown, who tio vacancy on the 13-man police
Seniors: band II, honors biology I and honors Valerie S. Krack, Sharie F. Meier, said he'd received the court order force at this time, and the police
The Bradford Ecumenical Food Steven M. Thornton, son of Mr. American history. Rolland L. Shafer, Mark P. Shuford, Monday, urged the commissionersto budget does not provide for an extra
Pantry is in need of canned and Mrs.Donald Thornton of Starke. Brenda A. Williams daughter of Misty L. Telken,Tawanda N.Tyson, reinstate the former policeman.Allen officer.
vegetables especially green beans, Thornton is enrolled in honors Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Williams of : y M. Whittemore. joined the Police DepartmentDec. Atty. Brown said the council really
peas and corn. These items are no English IV math anaylsis, wood- Starke. Miss Williams is enrolled in 1, 1987 as a probationary has no choice but to reinstate Allen.
longer available to them throughthe wind band iv, advanced placement II honors II iniors... Carl E. Alvstad, employee. "You have a court order to reinstate
food bank of Jacksonville.You chemistry, physics I, honors algebra Spanish II,, geometry English, woodwindband istina B. Bath, Michael L. Former Chief Jimmy Bowen said him," Brown said.
may drop your can goods at economics, and peer counseling. II, honors biology I, and honors ;. ker, Shanae L. Blom, Missy R. he fired Allen because he wrecked a
the following churches this Sunday: American history.Freshmen iosier, Dawnya L. Burns, Brian D. police car. Allen ran a stop sign and The possibility of tiring the last
First Christian Church, First Juniors: Canova, Joel A. Caren, Joshua S. hit a pecan tree on SR-16 and Old hired officer to make room for Allen
Presbyterian Church, First United Brad L. Hamilton, son of Mr. and Crawford, Mayra E. Cruz, Adam T. Lawtey Road, demolishing a city was discussed, but Commissioners
Methodist Church, Madison Street Mrs. Jim Womack of Hampton Lake : Elder, Misty L. Fill, Roy A. police cruiser. He was fired April 29, Ed Wall and Travis Woods both
Baptist Church, St. Edwards and Brian Hamilton of Middleburg. James L. Parado, son of Mr. and Goodowns, Shannon R. Hicks, Ray- 1988 via notice in his pay check that spoke against firing an employee
Catholic Church, St. Mark's Hamilton is enrolled in honors Mrs. Romeo Parado of Hampton mond J. Hodge, Larry P. Hurst, he was fired because of unsatisfac- right before the Christmas season
Episcopal Church, First Baptist English III, algebra II, team sportsI Lake. Parado is enrolled in Spanish Latara V 'ackson, John C. King, tory job performance.A Chief the
Church, and Kingsley Lake Baptist chemistry I. honors world history, I, honors English 1, algebra II, Tiffany L. King, Denise E. Linger, hearing officer of the Public last hired officer has finished his
Church. and criminal justice. chorus I, personal fitness, honors Walter Chet Little, Deborah E. Employees Relations Commission probationary period and is on per-
They appreciate your support in Shannon B. McChesney, son of earth & space science, and global Nichols, Alpesh_K. Patel, Danika L. ruled that Allen was fired because of manent status, and questioned the
helping to reach the needs of the Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Smith of studies. his joining the Police Benevolent legality of firing an employee in
community.Pet Starke. McChesney is enrolled in Heather M. Safer, daughter of See Honor Roll P.2A Association (PBA), the police union. good status.


With the outbreak of rabies in the Jimmie Scott Named .
area, check the vacca nation 3
schedule of your pet, and have its y +v 1
rabies shots brought up to date. Chairman of School Board
Rabies in humans is fatal I if not THANKSGIVING 1f
treated, and treatment is costly Third year board member Jimmie "Congratulations] Mr. Scott,"said +',
and painful. Scott, 47, was unanimously elected Supt. Duncan. ,
chairman of the Bradford School Condolences] Mr Scott," jibbed 4ei
Learn to Read... Board in an annual reorganizationsession Board Secretary Joan Rogers S K :
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If know and adult who wantsto Tuesday, Nov. 21. Scott is (he first black member of ,
you Scott, vice-chairman in 1989, the school board
learn to read, or if you want to suc- and the first black .
ceeds 1989 chairman Evelyn Chas- chairman of the board. .
learn read
to contact
help the Bradford-Union someone Vo-Tech, tain. His term begins immediately.Scott James (Cobby) Wainwright, 63, i
Center phone 9646150. is married to Bradford High also in the third year of his first
Media Center Director Olivia Scott. term, was elected vice-chairman In
a 4-0 vote, Wainwright
"Ms. Chastain was effective
Help Wanted... very Wainwright and Board Member
in carrying out policies of the board
The 1989 Christmas Parade Com- and always gave a fair hearing to all James Watson nominated each
mittee, chaired by Steve Futch, is sides of issues that came before the other, and Watson pushed the boardto
soliciting funds to pay the liability board," says Supt. Duncan. As a vote for Wainwright. "I think
insurance premium required by the board member and as chairman Ms. seniority pUys a big role in this,"
Department of Transportation.This Chastain visited all the schools and Watson said, and the board ap- 1Y
Is the first year DOT has required was concerned about the employeesas parently agreed."I i V wr '.o 1
insurance, which costs $850 well as the children, Duncan "think both men will serve very
for the one day event.If feels. well, says Supt. Duncan." They '
you can help with this will represent the entire county and
endeavor, please call Steve, Ph., all the schools in the county in their Is Isrte i
964-6200 or the Chamber of Commerce leadership positions on the board,"
Ph. 964-5278. You help is Supt. Duncan says. \
needed. The board, with all five members
present,and Supt. Duncan discussedthe
Upcoming... meeting times at length, but I
decided, with two exceptions, to stay _
Public meetings scheduled in the with the current practice meeting at ,
coming weeks are: M 7 p.m. each second and fourth Mon- h_ _.. .i*. I
Bradford County School Board idays. The exceptions are, the board
meeting scheduled for Monday, will meet once in December and Schools Deliver .Food to Needy'for Thanksgiving...
Nov. 7:1,1n Administration Buildingon January the
N. Temple Ave. December, third Monday in These students from Southslde Elementary prepare IJonn Katrlna Yoemang., and Justin Hill. The SS staff .
Bradford County Zoning Board, In January,and .the second Tuesday Thanksgiving baskets to be -distributed lo. ,needy bought the turkey,the sludpnU brought canned goods I
scheduled to meet Tuesday, Nov. families In the Starke area; Starke Elementary and Soup :;fide Elementary and
28 at 7 in Starke .r Supt. Duncan said its takes more The S3 students are (l-ri, Standing al left Adralri Bradford }Middle School each distributed 18 baskets
p.m.. City Hall. ... .. ..,...""" ... work for Secretary Joan Rogers to '
SUrke Zoning Board meeting : Tf Perry. Mike Tacey.AmandnGrirrUi In middle holding Bradford High and Lawtey Community School
let for Nov. 39, at 7. Jimmie Scott prepare minutes and agendas for turkeys. I Maurice Donley Elaine Murray.Jeremy Bat- distributed baskets and Brooker Elementary
p.m. ThursdaYI. Now School Hoard Chairman two. meetings, but seems. to be worthit. ten. Brent Pellechio. and standing at right. Tiffany distributed food through the local churchetl.Outside. .


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a 2A TELEGRAPH November 23,1989 .

iTi Hampton Votes No On Assessment

Commissioners Not Represented at Council MeetingBy

has been installed in the patrol
Joe CissyCT At present only one well Is in work- radio but it has no blue lights or siren.
order of four wells the has. car
Stall Writer ing city Marshal John /
The Hampton City Council voted At least two are needed one for a he has two people who will in
against back-up. Two wells have electric part time at no charce.
signing an interlocal
ment with the County Commission agree-to pumps. and one well has a gasoline The question of insurance liability
also for back-up use. investigated before can
allow pump must be
a special assessment of$lou to
be levied against the The well has been tested and sus- be put to work the council decided.A .
owners of the Town of Hampton.property tained a 180 gallon per minute draw radar speed control unit can be
The Hampton City Council met throughout a days time. "The well purchased for about$1,200 or can be
Tuesday Nov.14, in regular session. never slacked up," said Mayor Lola bought on a lease-purchase agree-
The county commission had asked to Willilamson indicating nothing ment, says Hodges.In .
be the wrong with the well, the problem is
placed on agenda to discuss
$ the proposed assessments, but no the pump.The Other Matters...
representative appeared. Just grant money Is being ad- eA Christmas Party will be held
before the meeting was opened, a ministered by Roumelis and December 18 at 3 p.m. $200 has been
commissioner called to cancel their Associates Inc., Tallahassee, and appropriated for this project.A '
appearance. will only be dispensed when invoicesare petty Cash fund of$50 has been
Members of the Hampton council received. set up for the City Clerk to ad-
d T with very little discussion and in the Building Permits... minister. Small purchases such as
absence of a commission represen- pencils, paper and stamps can be
tative, voted unanimously to withold The cost of permits for new construction made in cash. The cash and/or
signing the agreement. in the City Limits have receipts in the box must equal $50 at
The city of Starke had previously been raised. No permit is needed for all times.
voted against signing the agreementso construction less than$500. A$25 fee The clerk will no longer read the
the commission will be charged for new constructionfrom
deemed it unwise minutes at council meetings. A copy
to appeal to Brooker or Hampton at $500 up to $5,000, and over of minutes will be given to each
dllh! this time. The Brooker council also $5,000, the fee will be $35. councilmember prior to the
meets on the second Tuesday of each A $25 fee will be charged for a meetings.
month. mobile home set up permit. Hank Message boxes for each coun-

Lawtey Straight A's... Second row. kneeling: Beth Slater, Jamie lien man. Lott. is retained as building inspector. cilmember will be set up at city hall
Brooke Gasklns Dominic Barber Bonnie Cowie and Water Dept... for communications from the city
Students in grades four through eight who made Michelle Konkel. Well No. 1 should be in order by clerk
straight A's during the first six weeks grading periodat Back row: Zack Smith Ronnie Young, Dana Wilker- Friday, and payment for repairs Police Department... A search will be made by the city
Front Lawtey Community School are (Ito r): son Christina Grover. Shannon Patrick and Shane may be made from the Community A special meeting has been set for clerk to determine if any grants are
Esther ,
row. sitting: Massey Brandyn Griffin. Development Block Grant received November 28, at 8 p.m. to discuss available that are not presently
Padgett, Hollie Tew, Shauneria McQueen and
Padgett. Raye Henry Ross was absent. last Summer. funding the police department. The known about.

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;i Pecan SaleTermed -


: 'r By Wainwrightby i

Buster Rohn
edT Stuff Writer
The 1989 pecan auction held at the
Bradford County Farmer's
Thursday Nov. 16, was a "goodsale I11 Starring
," says pecan buyer J.R. Wainwright

wAt" 3 '3 kl a Itlf ric.usual re good for Rood nuts, Tom Cruise
a but as poor quality pecans
brought poor prices. Poor quality
produce is always hard to sell/
Wainwright said. When hepours
The first Starke pecan auction was T 1
; held in 1939 and has become a tradi- ,
tion, Wainwright said, but this year
the auction was a one day affair. he reigns.
There aren't enough nuts to warrant
another sale. Some years there will
Lawtey Straight A's... Thursdays.the 3-4 sale days on successive

Students in grades one, two and three at Lawtey sey Traylor. Danny Falkenberg, Meghann Hoskinson, Market Manager Bob Allen said
Community School making straight A's during the first Bryan Reyes, Joshua Tomlinson, Danny Wilkerson, only 3 or 4 sales have been missed
six weeks grading period are pictured above I to r: Brook Thornton Amanda Patrick, Joanie Mosley and during the 50 years it has been in existence
Sitting in front: Jessica Hinson, Leslie Henry, Lind- Mandy llanna. one or two years bad i
sey Joyner, Jennifer Prevatt, Ashley Gasklns, Thomas Back row: Kyle Bennett, Nancy Cavanaugh Krlsty weather destroyed the pecan crop, FRI
Box. Amanda Crawford. Keri Griffls. Christina Fishburn Bonnie Folsom. Daniel Fugatt, LeDezman negating a sale and the market r
Rutledge, Heather Duncan and Tarah Skinner. Johnson Brian Naylor Brian Sapp, Ricky Beck Sarah burned in 1971, precluding a sale
Center row, Kneeling: Linda Sapp Amber Shuford, Falkenberg, Crlstie Gotts Tiffany Lafferty Kim Lott, that year.
Dana GrIFfis, Matthew Joyner Brandy Taylor: Lind- Brandon Shuford and Ann Smith. Wainwright says he thinks it is the 11PM
only auction of its kind in the coun.

I 140 Walk to Feed the Hungry, Raise $6,000 fisted try. Other similar markets to the the have Starke have'auction ex..

but have dropped out.
by Judy Becker The second annual CROP_walk, be returned to Bradford County Allen said 16 buyers made pur- ON aMOWTIM NOT ON HBO
Food Pantry, to help with local chases during the auction, buying
ICT Contributor which at the Andrews Centerof
hunger issues.
140 Bradford County citizens of all Santa Fe mostly for resale but some were ,
The day ended with an
I bought for personal use, or for gifts.
walked from
ages 1-10 kilometers raised Last
approximately $6,000. Ecumenical
Thanksgiving worship
the sale Allen said
Following ,
Sunday afternoon, Nov. 19, to raise year's walk raised$3,900.One fourthof service at the First Presbyterian 12.548 pounds of pecans were sold, Here you Mt them Trwr you don't.
money to feed the nun rv. the money raised by the walk will Church! of Starke with some nuts bringing a high of
$1.20 per pound for top quality
I Daisy Troop No. 332 Decorates Thanksgiving BasketsDaisy Stuarts. Average prices were lower
84 cents for Stuarts,58 cents for Cur-

Troop No.332,Girl Scouts of Members of the troop are Lauara Elizabeth- Paterson- and Stacie Uam- tis and 57 cents per pound for seedl- ,......._11 __
America, prepared Thanksgiving Reddish, Alicia Paterson, Tanisha ings.Wainwright _
baskets decorating them to resem Hamilton, Megan Connaughton pier.Norma Dorm accepted the baskets said he loaded out a i= *5 = 964-6308
ble a turkey with tail feathers, feet, Christy Reed, Ashley Adams for the Junior Woman's Club. semi-truck with pecans, Monday
wings and a head with red beard. Stephanie: Futch and mascots Nov. 20, with nuts purchased area-
The baskets were presented to the Leaders of the Troop are Debbie wide, Including some from Bradford M O.tM98HOWTIMCNETWORKS.......Pay CON during"twm'INC o*MtrtM.M rlgMiiHrwd/ HBO*....SHOWTIl....>..MMct*tt..grtt mark 01 f"Hunt.wvwm4rrt5HOWTl loon... NiTWOnNS INC TWN.CNNas
Junior Woman's Club County growers.
foocTi'tems"and" to be filled needy families tor 1'nanxsgiving din Connaughton Lee Ann Dampier and
with, .? distributed! to ner. Dea Paterson.

Honor Rollfrom I A S S.

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Richardson John G. Bobbins C. Redding, Melissa D. Salmon Bryd Ethan R. Caren, Boena P.Cebahos A
Kimberly M. Ross. Sharea M. San- Scott A. Sheffield, Metina L. Smith Amie N. Griffis, Andy L. S
ford, Marla K. Jcott, David A. Chrisopher T. Snow Jane R. Johns Jeffery W. Johns, Byron E. ,
Smith James N. Smith, Kevin W. Stanwix-Hay, Kelley E. Stewart .
Snow, Lori E. Starling, Carla L. Christopher B.Thompson,Judina A.
Stephens Stephen P. Turnbloom, Williams. Lee Stephen McLeod Erica L.
John O. Williams Monika B. Pfenniger, Dottie K. Prevatt,
Williams Ricky S. Wishart. Freshmen... Angie D. Michael L. Rowell Julie L. Starling,
Baldree, Emily D. Bradford, Kim T. Tonya A. Tatum.
Sophomores. Stephanie A. S.
Agin Shere S. Brown, Mary E. Col- t
eman, Mark J. Crawford Jeanette ,
D. Farifield, Andrea M. Hewett,
Bridgett E. Holder Deana A. Holi-
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Born June 28, 1907, Holliday mov- WednesdayALL I Captain participating D'a.
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in 1937. He was a member of the

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for Dr. 1f H.Adams of Starke. Holli- lfarexptreal4/7/89
day served on the Bradford School I Notg Sraz/89' _lIDO Board 1973-1978. He was also a Keep Movies For 2 Days! I I I other offer at IperUctpaUn then< ofTer at, I
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Post 56 of Starke. VCR CLEANING & REPAIRS -
Survivors include a son, Arthur L. \
Holliday of Lake City and a \I"hl.$2\IOO" ,.OF''p'I' I
daugther, Sara Hope Effrain of FREE ESTIMATES \\11\) I .
Daytona Beach, and four grand-
children. Y ll.t'eorrlltiift: Pack ,

The family will receive friends l ,
and relatives from 8:30-8:30: p.m. MIDNIGHT VIDEO Value Pack Includes: 12 fish filets french fries; cole I Value Pack Includes: 12&h filets,french fries,coleslaw I
Wednesday. Nov. 23 at DeWitt C. SOUTH ON 100 STARKE and 8 hush puppiei! Serves 4 or more. wandS hush puppies. Serves 4 or more.:
Jones Funeral Home. (NEXT TO PINEHURST GROCERY) I I Thrift Pack includes: 8 fish filea.french fries,cole slaw., I Thrift Pack Include:8 fish\ fflrt!: french fries,cole alaw I
Services will be in the DeWitt C.
and 8 hush Serves J4.
and 8 hush puppies.Serves 3-4. I puppies. ,
Jones Chapel with Rev. John R. 964-5740
Brabham former pastor of the 1 orca iR. .. orca II
FUMC in Starke. conducting. Burial NotMth/8ta in 1 N ot th Ig/89CapnJjn D1..
I '
will be In Crosby Lake Cemeterywith ..., Otherolfeut II
Masonic Rite. The funeral is .\ l '
under the direction of Jones Funeral I Seafood Seafood
Home of Starke. srit[ ssr _a tea9e tttae there w - [Ifni U


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November 23, 19KB TELEGRAPH Page3A ,

J. R. W??,n. ,.\P rJghty.Named Outstanding Tree Farmer Year in Bradford County '

by Buster Rahn was cut-over land whenTie bought it, acre an hour, 8-9 acres a day. now become the accepted modus held each year to recognize lan-
ICT Staff Wrltor' 45 years ago. In the Intervening Wainwright says tree farmers operandi for tree farming by state downer who are doing an exceptional -
The Florida Association. I **: years, some land has been allowedto have found that pines grow better if foresters.If underbrush isn't burnedin job of forest management on
Forestry reseed itself while a controlled setting from time to their property. Through public
has named 70-80 acres is planted not quite as thick as they
Wainwright the time, when it is ignited accidently, recognition these Individuals
in planted pines. once were, and are now clear cut, are
Tree Bradford Farmer County 1989 Outstanding The planted pines are 3 to 30 years making the land available for new the damage to growing trees Is much held up as leaders in good forestry.
of the Year. old. The older trees were planted by plantings.Pines grown for pulpwoodare greater, Wainwright said. There are approximately 3,500 cer-
Wainwright, a 75-year-old nativeof tified tree farmers in Florida whose
hand, before modern tree-planting marketable at 15-16 years. Saw Years ago, Wainwright said he
Bradford County,has been engaged and Timbergrower Foster Shi Smith forest lands cover more than 7
in equipment came on the market. logs 35-40 years to grow.
agricultural pursuits all his engaged in friendly discussions million acres.
The income tax law disallows
said could that
Wainwright men
life, including the production of about controlled burning of timber The Austin Cary Forest, contain
plant 11/2 acres a day, using a dib- capital gains credit seriously hurts
strawberries, vegetable crops' and the land. Smith later agreed with Wain- ing some 2,500 acres on both sides of
ble. A tree farmer
Ir' dibble Is a heavy steel tool for Wainwright said.
general farming. In addition to keeping underbrush down SR-26 between Waldo and
producing wright on
farm produce, Wainwrightacts making the a hole to accept the seedling from growing trees over a with controlled burning,Wainwrightsaid. Gainesville,was named for a former
helper inserted the 15.20 period is taxed
year as thoughit
a broker, buying and selling the dibble was used to tightenthe is resident of Starke. Cary, who livedon
produce, including pecans.. dirt around the new plant. earned to in a single. year, according The Florida Tree Farm Program, West Call St. in the 1920's,
" Wainwright said' tree farming"is tractor Wainwright.Wainwright sponsored by the Florida Forestry donated some of the land for the
Today, two men using a said his of
a term of recent vintage. Landowners and a tree planter, sets about an trolled burning of timberland theory con-has Association, is part of a nationwidetree memorial while working for the U.S.
used ftsk farm system. Competition is Service.
to view
by-product of owning pine land trees, and as did a .............................................,'.................................,....Forestry........................................................................................
little, other than harvest trees
through turpentining or cutting NOTICE OF BID
sawlogs and cross ties, Wainwrightsaid. J.R. Wainwright 3/ Sistersa

Today, tree farming is an County' Top Tr.Former The Bradford County, Board of County c c
essential part of owning land, par the nation for crowing slash pines is
Commissioners will sealed bids
open on Monday,
ticularly the type of land that produces the flat land of Bradford County." Creation
pine trees.Wainwright Wainwright saw the advantage of December 4, 1989 at 10:00 A.M. in the County T
said the U.S. Forestry worked pine trees in the 1950's and Commissioners Meeting Room, Bradford County .
service conducted experiments in toward getting a full time Courthouse for the of the Florist ,
the 1920's growing trees on high state forester assigned to Bradford purchase following
land near Kingsley Lake and on flat County. described property: Frame House located at 384 '
land near Sampson Lake. Their con- Wainwright has approximately North Cherry Street, Starke, FL, next door to the 964-3294
clusion: "some of the best land in 107 E. Edwards Road
200 acres in pine trees, all of which Environmental Health Office. House has three(3)

bedrooms, onel( bath with 1,680 total square footage. .. Wish to extend our sincere thanks
Condition: Fair. It is also noted that the removal of .
Brooker Politics the House will be at the expense of the awarded for making our 1st year in

bidder. 8 business a great success II !

Hamilton Out For any further information or questions regardingthis

bid, please contact Dr. Rubin at the Bradford

County Health Department (904)) 964-6280 Ext. 274.

Gene Melvin In All bids must be sealed and can be mailed or hand

delivered to the Bradford County Clerk of Court, P.

O. Drawer B Starke, FL 32091, before the
by Buster Rahn The Handy-Way store, which aforementioned date and time. I
BCT Staff Wrlt.r played a part In getting Brooker's
An oversight in Brooker's mayoralrace beer sales ordinance passed, advised 10 % Off
last year came to light last the council It will begin staying TilE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

week and unseated Mayor Blake"Hamilton. open until 1 a.m., one hour past the RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND
midnight closing schedule formerly
On advica of City Attorney Johnny observed. ALL PROPOSAL OF BIDS. All Cash SalesJulia
Hobbs, the council elected Council, Attorney Hobbs said nothing in the
Chairman Gene Melvin, Tuesday, ordinance requires the store to
Nov. 14, mayor pro-tern to fill the of- report its hours, nor controls beer WILBUR L.WATER, CHAIRMAN RAY NORMAN Alvarez & Sue Tilley
fice until the February 13 election. sales, except on Sunday. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS CLERK OF COURT .
Brooker sets qualifying dates in
December each year, with electionsin
February. Last December,Mayor
Hamilton thought he was in the mid-
dle of his two year term, rather thanin
the second year, and did not
qualify for the office. The seat was YQUR NWSPAPRI
not contested, and Hamilton con
tinued in office
The error was detected earlier this
month when City Clerk Charlene
Thomas visited the Election Super
visor's office concerning the upcom- ) itW -
ing Brooker election and found the
mayor's term of office ended at the
end of February 1989,thus the office
has been officially\ vacant for about'
nine months. ,
Former Mayor Hamilton has
agreed to refund the salary receivedthis
sear, but hiSplStfe for running irt_ -j- -- --- -- -
: election have not beenreveled. H -
He did not attend the council JJic )
fca .
meeting this week.
Attorney Hobbs reviewed all
documents signed by Hamilton dur-
ing the interim and found only one, 4f
that had to be resigned by Melvin. -

Licenses and Permits... -
Bradford Zoning Director Darrell
O'Neal explained the permitting
procedure for construction work In' .
the county' and reviewed an agree- .
ment between Brooker and Bradford
County for inspection service.
The council, on advice of counsel,
the which Bradford
signed agreement provides Count'
for certified county building the .:.".1 'jI,
inspector Wayne Mundorff to In- <$. 't!.. If-i''" ,. I.

spect Brooker construction already sites has in a'licensing Brooker: ".:,,;...,- '..j'j; .., ft',' .

procedure, but has'not enforced' "',';:tilt\ 1JI';i 1'1' ,
schedule will ... I 10:;
The rate :
provisions. / .
: ," .. .: ;
now be reviewed and enforced,'said1 ," ,
""' .. : '''p .
Council Chairman Melvin. < .
; .. ::0
Southern. t.
Brooker adopted the .,
Building Code several years i ago,' tttrapb
which will be the criteria for'.construction I'
in town. .
.. .

Flood Insurance... .' ''*= ,.. ". 1 .,./,\, ':, ,..... I '
.' i .
O'Neal presented the FEMA'Federal '\ ,t. \'.. I
( Emergency Management' < The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of HeavenSomething .
Agency) proposal compliance .
with the program to provide flood In- Ih'
surance for areas within the 100 year can't else

flood The plain.agreement enables people tl: you buy anywhere

building in flood prone areas to jet
flood insurance and financing:Mor-
tgage lenders will not fund buildings. in the world. '.
without the agreement in placed:!a'f.' .: "
Bradford County and Star.k baVe'j.
already signed with FEMA,,:t 1 '; "
J "IHo..u.\ ::'/. -;,

DOT Permits.... "" .' ;::;. '. '....,,

Sometime ago DOT (Dep rtment- V
of Transportation)workmen broke a '
water line while clearing ditch '
along SR-18, resulting in Brooker
having to pay it 900 in repairs.The
city presented the bill to DOT for.
payment, and was turned down> .
DOT said the city did not havedermits : .

to run the relieving water line DOT In the of roadrightofwayy any. Please Mail To:,,'feo. Drawer A,Starke, Ft.:32091 -

responsibility for breaking the pipe..
After a lengthy search }Clerk 2' 30 ;f: -
Thomas came up with the permits, :i'' AWEEKDELIVEREDTOYOURHOME. ;$
allowing Brooker to Install the water. 1A : ,
lines on DOT property. '. : : ,

reported permits DOT was,DOT but notified,now Attorney'says of the the existing Hobbs pipes* :' '. Less. than the stamp it takes ..to mail a letter.. :fi .< '"

'were not buried at the proper de th. NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS ONLY
''Chairman Melvin Instructed
Hobbs to continue negotiations. with, A Great !' " "u u u"GiftForAGood . ..
Christmas ,
DOT' "'-', n." f ,
i $ 'I' "w"' '" ''II(, ,'. \', ,
i I'' 'ii. f'', 'S- Please Send ; Subscription : B. ,1 I
Other.Items.., j'( =r' .. """ :"' .
'Attorney Hobbs 'reprtf3ttthFarmer's .: oJ ,\
Market is ready to go on to* 5 Name ? ;'. ..r.
'. ... .. -, ,
the trustees agenda Florida transferred Friend!' .
the The Department ; '
to' city. ,
of Agriculture has agreed to, Address "S. \4 i.L i.\; ;
5 :
give the property to Brooker since ,', .... .

In vegetable Die area farming,and the has facility dropped U,off no'' Notice the' rack"price for the % Pify't' / !j' Zip ..:' ,' : "
longer used by farmer. ,

currently The Department using pan of of Corrections the plarketbuildings' is, ...-TelegraphWill! ,gO, t93% S Enclosed is',a check'for 12.00' ,OlJ-of-countY.SUbscription'$14.00I! : ':
1. '
supplies for for storage use in of building.,.materialsand the .' '; -:;, December, : 19891'f.' :',. ;, t. .. l 11 .i-.1Owi111MI' .. '. !> -. .! Iltll. ..BlfIhlswl .i11i111 !JI Y ." ;', \ : If:

newprison In Union,County one ... 2-. ,
8-10 miles from Brooker. '*'':: ,";,f' ,. '.' ,. .', .'''''' '
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Page 4A TELEGRAPH November 23, 199w

Some Property Appraisers Leading

Effort for Changes in GuidelinesBradford


County Is not the only place proposal that IB proposed by Save Our
where homeowners are concerned Homes.
about the potential possibility of losing Powers lays, "Some individuals have
their homes If "market value" con- seen assessments double or more
tinues to be the criteria for determining because state law mandates that ap.
tax appraisals. praisals are based on market value, or

A recent article in the Florida Times- because: Florida Department of
Union told the story of Cecil Carter Revenue auditors thought property had
who lives on waterfront property in St. been undervalued in the past. flU a few
Johns County that Is next to a proposed 1 neighbors make a killing by selling
w developmen "It'l a mix that Is driving their homes, it may eventually mean a
first-time homeowners and retirees like higher assessment for surrounding property .
Carter out of their homes in several and higher taxes for the lan
parts of Northeast Florida," the T-U downers."
story said. It quoted Carter, who is 74, r y as saying, "All want is a place to live perty appraisers" don't set the values -
in peace that I can afford. The property the buyers do.
owner told me that in five years I won t Bradford County appraiser Jimmy
be able to afford to live here. That isn't Alvarez, who attended)a meeting of the
right." Florida Property Appraisers Associa-

In one year, the T-U reported,the appraisal tion in Tallahassee last week, said, "Toa
on Carter's home has risen from How'lll Pay large degree, the trouble Is people
$30,620 to $73,400 the tax bill soared moving in from South Florida or
from $123.67 to $1,193.16. My +* !1@ Taxes??? another part of the country.The cost of

A similar sad story is told by many lakefront properties in those areas is so
owners of Santa Fe Lake praised at $500 per front foot. Sandy great, when people come here and see
frontage, on
both the Bradford County and the Fisher's taxes in Melrose (Alachua our properties, the prices seem cheap
County) tripled from $1,000 to $3,000 on to tliem."
County sides. the current roll. Powers says, "It's time the taxing
For instance, Jack Miller, a retired laws of Florida are revisited and con
employee of Clay Electric Cooperative, B'ut many appraisers, Including Ken sideration is given for retired
and owner of 218 feet of Santa Fe Lake Wilkinson, Lee County Appraiser, and and people with limited income.people
frontage, saw his appraisal Jump from Allen Powers, St. Johns County Appraiser Wilkinson says petition drives are
$58,511 in 1988 to $123,873 in the current recognize that there are inequities under way in at least 40 counties to
year. His tax bill likewise jumped from and Injustices under the present force legislators to place the issue of appraisal
This year, Thanksgiving Day takes on previous generation." $482 to $1,501, approximately 300 per- guidelines. Powers and Wilkinson are reform on next year's general
do haveto cent. Miller,who has owned the property actively supporting the "Save Our election ballot.
This not
new meaning. we
for 32 years says he may now have to movement which is trying to Ernie Mastroiannl. Duval County
Mr. Reston would be pleased to know
rack our brains for something to be sell part?! of it to pay the taxes. go the petition route to get a proposed appraiser, disagrees with the
that even the Secretary of Defense is amendment on a referendum ballot to property
thankful for. We have only to follow Miller's experience is similar to Save Our Homes movement saying
now considering cutting back some of others the limit assessments to a three percent in- would
world developments on television, or in many on Bradford County that a cap on assessments be unfair
our newspapers.Not those defense billions in view of better- side of Santa Fe Lake. Jim Gill, who crease annually. Bradford County Property to people buying a home. A home

ing relations and understanding bet- lives near Miller, saw his taxes in- Save Appraiser Our Homes Jimmy, Inc.Alvarez" has thinks some buyer would pay taxes based on market

only is our country free from war ween the U.S. and Russia. How thankfulthe higher crease appraisal from $1,900 this to $5,100 due to merit, but sees many problems in its value he argues, while a nextdoorneighEior
year. would according to the
with any nation, but for the first time in American people can be that part of Similar problems affect lakefront application.Rep. limits Imposed by pay the three percent

half a century we see the light of hope at those billions can now be diverted to properties on the Alachua County (west George Crady of Yulee proposesto caR."
the end of the tunnel. The hope for coping with the real domestic needs of side) of Santa Fe Lake. Whereas ap- introduce a joint resolution to changethe 'That's one of the problems with it,"
the instead of endless praisals on the Bradford County side Powers acknowledges, "but somethingmust
peaceful revolution that will bring new country pouring constitution at the next regular "
rose from $150 to $450 per front foot, be done. Santa Fe Lake
Freedom to millions in Europe and the dollars into the bottomless war properties in Alachua County were ap- legislative session, which would have dwellers, suffering under an untenabletax
basically the three
possibility of stabilizing relations bet- machine.We same percent cap load, would heartily agree.

the United States and the Soviet
ween have only to look back half a cen- _
Union allowing billions of dollars now tury to the Great Depression of

being spent in preparations for possiblewar 1932-33 to realize that we have years much Letters to the Editor YOU Guys Have
to be diverted to peaceful pur more to be thankful for. }

poses. Blown It!

We can be thankful that there is sucha Some of us have never known and

humble, yet powerful man, as Lech many others have forgotten that in the Editor, Telegraph: proud where to Bradford-or be able to Brooker raise is.children We are dollar terms). But in the mind of a
Walesa who demonstrates so clearly of 1932 the hungry people of These are strange times in which we our child, we are rich because have
spring are living. Somehow things have just here. We love the way of life that this we a
what can be done by a determined man, Bradford County, still not realizing the gotten out of kilter. Could it be becausewe little county offers.That, fellows,is just swing on our front porch.
which their would what we are. Our county is little and it You can threaten me with a lien on
with little resources, but a powerful depths to misery have left our "first love"?
I am the wife of husband who works is poor (income-wise). But our way of my home and property (which doesn'tseem
to beloved had received the first a
will to bring democracy a sink just ship-
life is a good one. Those who are to bother you at all) and maybe
almost around
the clock. If he has sup-
and beseiged nation such as Poland. ment of "relief" flour from the fault, I guess it is that he works too hard a posed to be leading us in this way of life you will one day get my front porch! ,but
American Red Cross. The public notice and too long. I am also the mother of are putting some in jeopardy by the ac- you will not get my swing. COUNT ON

How much better off we are this said: "All citizens, white and colored, two children. My daughter has left tions and conduct we have seen ex- IT.I
home and Is hibited in the past few weeks. think you have blown it, fellows I
Thanksgiving than the one just seven heads of families who find themselves hopefully going to graduate The
taxpayer has to for the
years ago when the journalist James through lack of employment, crop from December.the University Our son is currently of Florida in Mid-this the rich, the fatherless pay; the greed and Nell Mann,Brooker

Reston wrote with despair: "For what failure, or other unavoidable cir- dle School. My husband works very gross mistakes and conducts of govern-
we are NOT about to receive..a little cumstances, unable to provide bread hard at meeting his obligations whether do ment leaders; the welfare of those who r;3ij' '1Ane: 'The Figures

peace and quiet..the control,(or reduc- for their families, need not hesitate, but they are financial or otherwise. bad dastardly judgements deeds; the, list bad goeVortandoik-01 investments) loaealsuoCto: hue ornlisCi
tion) of nuclear wise should readily' share in the distributionand The point I am trying to make is this forever. The ole mule
weapons..the use Why does the financial load always fallback can take just so In Reverse?
of the Earth's bounty, and a hopeful consumption of this flour, to the end on the hard-working taxpayer who much burden on his back and then he Is

future for our children let us pray, and that the distress now so prevalent may is responsible,and trying to teach his or going to balk. You can hit him and kick
blame someone else for not being ableto be alleviated as much as possible." her children to do what is right? I thinkI him when he's down, but then who is going To the Editor:
know. Because you know what he or to work for you? Find another muleto On the front page of The Telegraph
achieve goals. she is made of and that he or she will treat the same, I suppose. dated 11/16/89, there are two articles
There was no Thanksgiving feast in come through for you. Our county is not big, nor Is it rich (In regarding taxes.In .

How can our county commissioners the article across the top of the
This Mr. Reston could give a many homes that year.
year, legally and morally get away with what Foster Care Provider page and again In a column on the rightside
Thanksgiving prayer of hope, rather they are doing re the "special assess- of the page by Buster Rahn it is
than despair, although many of the Despite encouraging developments ment"? I know they are not going whet Commended for said 40 percent of the
things that troubled him in 1983 are still toward peace and democracy in the last away with it at election time, but Excellent Work no taxes. Isn't this in reverseShouldn't
concerns me is what they are going to
with us. "It is the tragedy of our age few weeks, we need to take time now to leave dumped on the taxpayer and what Editor, Telegraph: it be 40 percent of the

that half the human race is going to bed analyze and evaluate the challengesthat concerns me even more is the future I am a registered nurse in the no taxes y taxes and 60 percentpay

hungry every night, while nations are are still before us, and prepare to surprises in store for us. I thought our emergency department of Bradford
government (county commissioners) Hospital. Recently a patient ,was There a lot of these taxpayers who
spending than $800 million annually them just as the first Pilgrims
more conquer was to do the will of the people (us abus- brought to us by a woman who, by her are retired and also on fixed incomes -
on military arms, he wrote. "But conquered those that faced them 368 ed taxpayers) instead of the people doing demeanor, I presumed to be a loving how much longer are these selected few
even so, it is also true that the conditionof years ago. Thanksgiving is a good time the will of the government. daughter or demented hter:.The patient -' \}-those paying taxes-going to be able to
life is better now for most people than to pause and give thanks for blessings of Speaking of taxpayer abuse Open very old, and disabled, the entire cost of operating Bradhard -
your and ears, fellows. You can't! was nevertheless clean and dressed in a County?
ever before, and there more the past, and for the promise of greater and
possibly know or care what is going on neat dignified manner. She was obviously
Regarding $100 I
freedom in the world and more com- blessings of peace that seem just out here among the people you are supposed well nourished. Her skin was In would like to extend thanks assessment to Com-,
munication of ideas than in any around the corner. to be "serving", I put the word excellent condition,and she had no joint missioner Riddick for my trying to make
serving in because I think contractures. The that
you symptom we this assessment fair to all homeowners.Also .
are serving the people of Bradford were asked to evaluate was a subtle one
County right down the tubes just to that might easily have been overlooked regarding Attorney Kopelousos
serve the people In Tallahassee. by a less observant caretaker, or Ig- statement that no one spoke out in favor
a less caring one. In short this of the assessment, I think the attorney
A Thanksgiving Prayer Where we the people of this county patient getting supurb care.I playing lawyer games.
made our first big mistake was ever
allowing you to put the first $75 "State was surprised to learn, therefore, Please correct me but I always
Mandate on us. This opened a can of that the provider of this care is not a .'believed if a subject was presented and
As days go by, in life's lonely path : worms that will never die If we the people relative at all, but a foster caretaker. was did not object to the presentation it '
of this county don't stand up and say This quality of service- uncommon taken to mean you approved of that
We learn of.God's love, we 'learn of his wrath enough is enough. ,and as one who has seen the inside of subject.
What have you got in store for us next some expensive high-class nursing John M.Coyle
But God is his is year? After awhile,this word"special"Is homes, I can assure you that it cannot Rt.2 Box 2418,Melrose
ever loving, strength ever strong, very inappropriate in my opinion.I be bought for money. If flows from genuine -
understand the attitude of concern of a kind human for the
do not
And if we choose his path our lives are ever long. this commission in its determination to welfare of others.There are no awards 4 (The Telegraph la 'Informed by

push this thing through "In spite of the citations, or medals for excellence aLthis the Property Appraiser office
job. So I would like to take this opportunity that the used In our
We pray each night for things that,weneed,. will of the people". As to the "exemp- to tip my hat to Ms. Joyce news stories percentages
tion" of churches they should have, Barber for the wonderful work that she were correct.)
But seldom thanks all we've received. never been considered in the first place..
give for Seems to me word could be sent to is doing with her foster care home. I only -
hope that I can hold my own profes-
Tallahassee to seep their "Mandates",
Forgive us, Lord, for all of our sins ... unless they send us the money to carry sional standards as high, and that whenI Ed Bennett Heads
them out. Afraid you'll muddy the am old someone will be there. to care Bradford Hospital

Forgive all my family forgive all my friends. waters of the big-wigs? Somewhere for me as well. Board of, Directors
somebody has to take a stand. Either R.Joshua Shewmaker,R.N. /
you take a stand against Tallahassee or Newberry,Fla. Ed Bennett of Keystone Heights
Forgive all the world, the bad-and the good ... the taxpayer takes a stand against you. was recently elected chairman of
Everywhere we turn we are taxed or A Special ThanksTo the Bradford Hospital board of
Bring us all together in loving:'brother-hood. "permitted" to death. We are paying Rescue Team directors,succeeding Al K. Carlisle,
taxes upon taxes upon taxes, not to of Starke.
"Gotta have Editor, Telegraph:
Here, I am, asking all these:. ,things again. r" : permit"mention for the everything permits. it ae mS. Ser a So little recognition goes out' to our ElAeclcmgtime 'employee of Clay
v \J ', \ \ *;, ''t.. vices rendered are another topic for Rescue Teams in Bradford County, I director of Bennett la

When I should just say., sometimes when I pray, another day. Government is going to would. like to give them a little. relations for membership the co-op, which and serves public
so entangled with all the legal redtope In of all the confusion
let spite it took to, 100 thousand consumers In 12 northeast -
Thank you, Lord, amen: until It IS going to hang itself. find our unmarked road both Rescuers Florida counties.
Is The '
Taxpayer rampant. pulled togetherUtItwasn't about 'I(
harassment has got to stop. The more where for that tie attended the University of
Barry Moore government gets the more it has got to hunch, the Good Lord may have taken Florida and graduated from Coyne
Have. Never satisfied. Spend within my little girl. Electrical School In Chicago, serving -
your means. We have to and we don't Please accept my deepest'gratitude in the U.S. Army Security Afiency -
have a sugardaddy to run to if and when to R-60 Dan Cuddington. Rusty Barrett,, 1956 with tour 0(du-
we overspend. We know what it is to do R-61 Nelson Green, and Hurt Taylor.,: ty in Korea and Japan.A .
without and to be without, and Wfl havea From the of
good Income. I know there are those 1 family native of Jacksonville., hew
RIQ' sttAOfgRD. ,Co 'in this county who are on fixed incomes Murphey. resided In Keystone Heights since
Ap 'or no Incomes at all. No sugardaddy 1947 and is a past president of the
SINCI'm. they can run to. Keystone Rotary dub.,
m1"1'; Seems like our big concern In times

.! OMta4s g r upi' 11 past were whether: a loaf of bread Pepsi hospital Three former board members were recently'of the

C or'pIlOn of gas would go up a penny presented with plaquea In appreciation -
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1 T/p rrbrt.n..- these that's J100 hard to plus swallow$75 hikes, fellow all at once.. to the hospital. They were: AI

PUBS, ,*d each Thursday: and: .nt.f d on Second Class Matter at We have livedd in Bradford County K. Carlisle, who served eight reanr-

th.Post Offlc at Sta1C..Flodc a,unctoc Act of Mach 3, 1879. moat of our live. We are homegrown. 'Inotnimant. 'as chairman of the board; George
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j '.0.Out A, Marti.fo4do Outside Trod Araa 15.00 rvaf! $8.80 six montr always been proud of where we are and It waa used by the Egyptl.ns": 'who has. been a board m::=
from even though very few even know Greeks and Romans. 1978.1 .

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',', Shown, left to right, are contest winners. Bvnn Harris, Candy Sliichak, Sara Urlbe and Kelly Willis.

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j sponsored by the Bradford County BMS. Twenty-two of Mrs. second runner-up was Kelly Willis; to the FSFSA's state contest and if it
School Food Service Association, O'Neal's art students submitted first runner-up was Candy Sluchak is chosen as a. state winner, the
S Florida School Food Service drawings for the contest. and the winning drawing was by drawing will be entered in the
The Uribe. Each of these students ASFSA s contest which is nation
j Association and the American contest slogan "School Lunches Sara
I Moody's Celebrate25th School Food Service Association, for Are a Healthy Choice", and the received a prize and each of the wide.
Wedding students for all ages. students concept In pictures of this other students received a consola-
: Mrs. Dotty Wade, Middle School slogan, was the requirement for tion prize for entering the contest.
Anniversary Cafeteria Manager, coordinated the entering the contest.
s Christmas Crafts Class BradfordUnionBoard
I I- Mr. and Mrs. !Mark Moody and Margaret Williams: Others
., celebrated their 25th wedding an- assisting in serving finger foods and EngagementBaldwinClark .. To Be Held of Realtors
niversary Sunday, Oct. 8, With a punch were: Charlotte Durrance, At VoTechA Christmas Banquet Set
reception at their home on Highway Leona Whitehead, Martha Myrick To WedMr. The bride-elect is a 1986 grduate of special craft class just in time
.. 100, given by their children, Connie, Lucille Johns, Jeannie Moody, andMarie & Mrs. Jerald D. Baldwin of BHS, and 1989 graduate of Santa Fe for Christmas will be held at the The Bradford-Union Board of
Lisa and Paul.Greeting Thornton. Carolyn and Community College and is currently Bradford-Union Area Vo-Tech Realtors will hold their Christmas
guests were Betty Suzanne Sapp, Carol Rupp and Starke announce the engagement of attending the University of North Center on Dec. 6 & 13. Banquet at the Bradford County
Alvarez, Shirley Moore, and Regina Deanne Waters presided at the gift their daughter, Kelliene Ann, to Florida. A fee of$6 will cover both nights of Fairgrounds Saturday, Dec. 9, at 6
Burkhalter. Mrs. Marcille Cruse table. Thomas Kennedy Clark, son of Mr. The groom-to-be is a 1981 graduateof fun with quick and easy craft ideas
was in charge of the guest book. Approximately 125 guests called & Mrs.Thomas C. Clark of Hampton Bradford High School and Is for the holidays. p.m.Tickets for the evening will be $12
The cake able was covered with a between the hours of 3 to 5 p.m. Lake. the Bradford County Call the Vo-Tech to sign up and get per person.VOID' .
beautiful white lace cloth accented Those from out of town were: Dr. The wedding is planned for 3 p.m. employed by Office. the materials list. 964-6800, ext. 122
with yellow bows and two silver and Mrs. Robert Casey and Mr. and on Jan. 20 at the First Baptist Property Appraisers
candelabras with yellow tapers.The Mrs. Courtney Stewart of Church of Waldo. A reception
three tier cake with a bride and Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eib following the ceremony will be held
groom on top was served by the four of Deland. Mrs. Robert Menotte ofJacksonville at the church fellowship hall. All
bridesmaids in the wedding: Shirley and Mr. and Mrs. Lon- friends and relatives are invited to RUSIPRICESBEGIN
Bagwell,Julia Alvarez,Kay Waters, nie Cruse of High Springs. attend.

.. Upcoming

r".'. Events...
: Births
r Leonard & Jan MoodyTo 1' ,1 50

At Pine Sing Level .. THROUGH

Leonard and Jan Moody of Marietta
Ga.,will be special.guest singers, .
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a son Stephen Kyle, born at 7 a.m.,Tuesday,Nov. 21,in Alachua General went on to a career In gospel i JS&S r '
Hospital, Gainesville. Stephen weighed 10 lbs. 2.oz. and measured 22 in- music. He is a talented singer and ( 416f,C (..

ches Maternal long. grandparents are Norma Rouse of Hampton and Gilbert Car- been songwriter.published Many and of his several songs have have 'APEF11M0r MNIT.11hwIN1
michael of Starke. Maternal great grandparents are Rev. Raymond and
been recorded by some of the well
I." Mildred Williams of Hampton. '
Paternal grandparents are Marie Douglass and Lloyd Douglass,both of known Jan gospel is a groups very accomplished in America. AEF A30oM 'AY .z sssststr'-

Starke. pianist, arranger, and teacher. Zv
1j.. The Moodys will be singing in both -- i tntg
Jessica Lauren Parrish services. The morning service E
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There will be
begins at 11 a.m a Wine
Mr. special evening service featuring e Spectacular
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wayne Parrish Maternal grandparents are Leonard and Jan which will begin at
Js. of Brooker announce the birth of a and Mrs.: Jimmy Bowen of Starke. 8pm.
I" daughter, Jessica Lauren, born October Maternal great grandmother is Mrs. Pastor Roman Alvarez and 1
28 in Alachua General Genevieve Solano, also of Mr. members of Pine Level invite
Hospital, Gainesville. Paternal grandparents Parrish of Brooker.are everyone to attend these special ser
and Mrs. Wayne
vices. Pine Level is located three
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Christmas Parade Trustee'Service Bradford Lodge No. 35
I ',, To Host DinnerAll
Set for Dec. 9 Set for Nov. 23
of Pleasant Grove Masons and family membersare
The Trustees
'The 1989 Christmas Parade will be
Invited to attend a Pastmasters
Methodist Church is rendering
' held on Saturday. Dec., 9, beginning United a trustee service Thursday, Nov. night and dinner Monday,Nov.27,at 73'7.
at 10 a.m. Thanksgiving morning, at 9 a.m.Everyone 6:30p.m.
:'All must be lined 23t.
participants up invited. The dinner will be held at the
"+ "by 9 a.m. on North Water Street Is cordially lodge. For more information, call
behind Florida Pest Control facing 964-5748. t _
s. .south,toward Call Street. Judging a
t'h will be done In the staging (line up) %
t', ;area and begin promptly.at 9 a.m. "
.,. 'Parade will Begin at 10 a.m. sharp. ::CL .
Look for the parade route to, .. be
.published in The Telegraph. '$JSA:11 r
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Jerry L. Cruce. Pvt. Joseph ThorntonReports
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Marine Pfc. Jerry L. Cruce,son of Pvt Joseph Blaine Thornton completed -- THEFUTURE
Carol D. Brier Lawtey, recently basic training at Ft.Dix,N.J. T.O lJlll BLl'.INQN.AICOtlOU'
reported for duty with .2nd Force During, the eight-week training I
Service Support Group, Camp Le- students received instructions ,on :to ,
jeune, N.C. drill and ceremonies, weapons, map I '4)t; K n,1I.i.If4s< \ :
A 1988 graduate of Bradford High reading, tactics military courtesy :; C' K-pAi' *,., .ctAs* '
'.School. he Joined the Marine Corps and justice firSt aid,.and Army,
:,hi January: 1989. history and traditions. 1 jWiEDBAT7O0&9:15 ;24 ((9'75..: : ,
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'and Dorothy L. Thornton of Lake '
Butler. He if a 1989 graduate of MATINEE THANKSGIVING

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1 Southside Elem. School News . Raisin Library Fan
."...tI' The Bradford County Public
The Kindergarten classes After the story, the children were going, Leigh! Library continues Its spon or hlP of
prepared their 2nd /annual allowed to check books out. We then From Mrs. Tetitone's 2nd ft 3rd the California Raisin Readlnl Clubby
Thanksgiving dinner on Friday, walked to Mitchell's Drug Store.The Grade Our class enjoyed Pizza Hut offering children ages II to 11
Nov. 17. Mrs. Morgan's class made Ice cream was delicious. pizza on Nov. 17.Thanks Mrs. Van membership in the California Raisin
corn muffins, Mrs. Mangol's class Many, many thanks to all the Camp for volunteering to help. The Fan Club.
made green beans, Mrs. Nichol's parents who helped with the Photo- 2nd graders completed their poetry Library Director Sue Crum says
class made pumpkin pie Mrs. Pin Booth. It was a GREAT success books and took them home. Parents that due to the tremendous success
Brewer's class made stuffing, Mrs. because of you and your work. hope you enjoy 1 Our 2nd graders are of the Reading Club, a national fan
Duncan's class made sweet We've just finished reading very excited about advancing to club has been established for
potatoes, and Mrs. Harrison's class "James & The Giant Peach" by notebook paper for handwriting. youngsters.Members.
S. made fruit salad. The turkeys were Roald Dahl.We're writing about our Welcome to South lde,Geoff Armen- may order their very
prepared by Bonnie Raulerson, Kay favorite part and illustrating it. trout I own"Raisin Watch, specifically
Harris and Debbie Lowery.The These will be hung fn the School Most Improved in Reading are designed for member only, an of-
students have also been busy Board Room to show-off" our Kori Tacey and Tariano Perry.Kids flclaT membership card, a bumper
learning about Indians and Pilgrimsin writing skills. of the Month are Rachael Bunker sticker with dancing raisins and a
class. Many Indian decorationswere The students enjoyed Mr. Dahl's and Renee Sanford. Super citizensare quarterly newsletter that announces
made and worn at the dinner. book so much, that now we're Kevin Eaves, Julia Foster, California Raisin. information, said_
Headbands, vests,necklaces, just to reading "Charlie & The Chocolate Renee Sanford, James Rose, Tania Crum.
be name a few. A few children chose to Factory". Jackson. These are our 3rd graderswho All you have to do Is send in your
pilgrims and wore their pilgrim Our KID OF THE MONTH was are very well-behaved in name and address, plus $5.95 and
hats and collars that were made in Bryan Gunter. Good job Bryant I homeroom. from
three proofs of purchase any
.. 1 class. Our class Is reading a book to each Congratulations Vanessa! brand or any size California Raisins.
e Kindergarten teachers would like of Mrs. McKinney's students. Vanessa had advanced to reading to will be mailed out right
( to thank all parents who donated They're our "Book Buddies". We're the whole class.She has begun Little Your gear
items to make this a success. A really enjoying it. House on the Prairie. Vanessa is our away. Club
Raisin Fan
special thanks to all Leigh Johns made all 100's on her Mail to California
qjj parent star reader for November.She readsto
P. O. Box 5172-A,
tests this six weeks. Good Headquarters,
volunteers who helped serve at the spelling Ms. Wasdin's first graders daily.otanwixHays California 93755.
dinner and special thanks to Mr.
reminded that the
Donnie Falcon of Western Steer To Celebrate Youngsters are
will lots
upcoming holidays provide
Steak House for donating paper products.
Also, THANK YOU cafeteria of time to complete their Raisin
__ workers!I 50th Anniversary Reading Cards so that certificatesand
From Second Grade: We had a 0/ pencil toppers may be awardedin
great time Wednesday.Nov.8,whenwe Allen and Bebe February.
Stanwix-Hay Saturday, November 25 in St.
went to Durls Millhopper in vite all their
Gainesville. Did you know there are celebrate friends and relatives to Marks' Parish House from 2 to 5
221 steps going down? Guess how their golden wedding an- "

many We also coming went up to? the University of Hav niversary Ray are, Peg with hosting, John them.and the Jane celebration Stanwix- your pm.The presence couple request will be no gift gifts enough.please, r T I I

Florida O'Connell Center and gD'lAL

Florida Field. We Jogged on the jog "[1 '.-,,.''."" ... ," G ?
ging path in the O'Connell Center "-. :

", ". 't., T.. and Field.got We to run then and had play a on picnic Florida at CAN YOU BELIEVE rr? t l_ 'heck the Classifieds J J

What's next for Second Grade? On Friday Nov. 24, _;

"Aunt Dea" Wilson (seated) was crowned "Queen of the Century" at Thanksgiving Froggie-in-the-Holes breakfast on for Nov.our 21 FRED WHEELER 44floppy .,{ VOTEELECTLAWTEY
her 100th birthday anniversary party last Saturday. Standing at left is Will Turn
Mrs. Jewel Roberts who celebrated her 92nd birthday last Friday. to conclude our nutrition and pilgrim I L. :: DELBERT L.JORDAN

unit.From Mrs. Eckenrode's Music <.>, Birthday,Sugar ; Jr City Council Group 1

Parties Honor Two LonglivedResidents Class: MUSIC NOTES... Kdg. and
first graders are keeping the beat

with our"Blue Jello"rhythm game. J LUr3C$ fji*>*iJVS&f *siwxklyf JS K OO
on their BirthdaysTwo The dynamics in 2nd & 3rd gradesare
going from soft to loud as we
learn the symbols for pianissimo & Turkology

remarkable residents of Pleasant Valley Care Center,with a com- fortissimo. Fourth grade is prepar- ;
bined life of 192 honored ing a special Christmas treat entitled '}
span years, were at parties on successive days, ) '
attended by admiring friends and relatives. Ms.Lil Griffis,administratorand : The United Santas ofAmerica" "
co-owner of Pleasant Valley, was hostess on both occasions.Ms. by Mark Wolfson. The Contest ,/" '
P.T.A. program will be Dec. 12 at 7 .'

Dea Weeks Wilson's reception and house was held Saturday p.m Leading parts are: John
open u
afternoon from two to five o'clock, celebrating her 100th birthday in the Pusateri McMillan,, Paul Brittany Ford, Matt Win a Turkey for ThanksgivingRules
same town where she was born on November 20, 1889, the daughter of a Phillips, Casey L
Moore Kristin
Gassett Adam
distinguished Civil War Col. William T. Weeks,who later servedas Mar- .
veteran Each below
chese,Patty Foster,Wandarda Ray : space represents some II ,
Bradford Clerk of Circuit Court for of l '
County's a a
quarter century.She Lori Musson, Nicholas O'Neal andApril business firm of Bradford County. Use the :;;-!: ''
was married for 37 years to the late Joseph(Joe) Wilson,a prominent :fFif': \ 0\
McKinney. CONGRATULATIONS scrambled letters and arrange them to spell .....
insurance agent, real estate man, and civic leader in Starke. <;:"
I the firms name EXACTLY, using all the'i ; "::::
About 200 attended the and house the after- Fifth graders are learning to sing letters and punctuation marks to enter this -. i' ,a
guests party open during ..
harmony parts and play chords and ;
contest. The first two submitting the \: 1
noon when refreshments were served and music was provided by Charles persons ,
on the resorator bell. Fall -
Crownover and his orchestra. correct or nearest correct answer before 12 I
at 8.S.E. has begun in melodius
a noon on Monday November 20 will be -.. ,
Mrs.Wilson has many relatives in Starke and Gainesville who enjoyedthis year manner harmoniously and we hope as to we continue continue our awarded a turkey for Thanksgiving. (Previous "'"" ., '" =;: ',- / '
occasion with her. /
learning music of the holidays. winners from the past two years are excluded
From Mrs. Reddish's Third from contest)
Mrs. Jewel Roberts, whose party was held Friday afternoon, was a Grade Congratulations to everyonein ?
long-time resident of Lawtey where her husband, George Roberts, Sr., our reading class on earning a
was In business for many years. In later years,she resided in Starke,and free pizza from Pizza Hut. They Name: .
has been at Pleasant Valley for the past year. earned it by reading four books and

reporting on them.Let's do it againin Phone Number
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ELECT' .LAWTEY., November I ....,,_..... Jr 4
Tougher Laws .< k*fee
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** fcftl. *V / We would like to thank the Brad -
Boost InterestIn DELBERT L. JORDAN ford County Public Library. The

DUI DefenseAn City Council Group 1 students really enjoyed the Halloween
presentation by Ms.Sue Crum. TEAL TILE & THE EYEGLASS BRADFOP.D
estimated 500 attorneys will\ COUNTY
learn about spectrophotometry, in- CARPET STORE
dium crimpers and gas TELEGRAPH, INC.
chromatography at seminars being
held throughout the state. They'renot
planning a career switch to
biochemistry, just learning about
the latest technologies used in the
prosectulon of driving under the in- HOME
Two things have been happening _' ;? .
simultaneously that greatly affect
DUI cases, comments attorney "
David A. Donet of Miami. Over the s ,
past eight years or so, the
Legislature has strengthened r'.s

criminal laws as they apply to DUI, 5:1 y iry S a it.
including susbstantially increasingthe ORIAN WELLSCHEVROLET COMMUNITY BANK
penalties.During the same time, JOAN'S FASHIONS /
the equipment to enforce the
laws has become increasing OLDSMOBILE
sophisticated.Donet '4 s i?
is chairman of The Florida
Bar's General Practice Section,
sponsor of the Defending the Chargeof
Driving Under The Influence .
seminar, presented In Miami last JONES FUNERAL
the early 19808,the penalties for I I CARPETS OF HOME
DUI were usually a ticket and a STARKEWILLIAMS CONVALESCENT
small fine. Many people didn't fight SERVICES
the ticket and a general practice
lawyer would typically charge $500to
defend a case.
Today,a first offense DUI conviction We won't send
will net a $250 fine, 50 hours of you any monthly

school community and a service six-month, alcohol suspension safety of reminders to buy the Trane XE 900, But STUMP'SDEPARTMENT MITCHELL'S STORE DRUG
your driver's license. In addition
there are mandatory assessmentsthat will.AND STORE
almost double the fine, your utility company .

payments for probation supervision,
school and after care as well as the
certainty of increased insurance NOW TAKE YOUR
consequences a FLORIDA NATIONAL

are behooves potentially some people devastating.to make the It 2 1/2 TON XE 900 BEAT PUMP 1 6SA. IRA MOSLEY COMPANY TIRE BANK OF STARKE GALLERY&INC.GIFT. -

prosectuion prove its case in court, OR
said Donet.
Defending the DUI charge has 2 1/2 TON XE 900 A/C W/ GAS HEAT
become a distinct subspecialty of
criminal law with some attorneys,
devoting their entire legal practiceto 246O From $49 month.Elect.
the subject.' or per .
Despite an atmosphere of intolerance ( Not Included) JACKSON BUILDING CORBETT'S TIRE PEP-O GAS AND

for driving after drinking SUPPLY. INC. OF AND SERVICE FOOD STORE ,
attorney Flem K. Whited, III of ALSO A TRW STARKE. FLORIDA .. .J '
Daytona Beach, says he lives and "ITHEBEAUTigUE :
I breathes DUIs. Be Sure To Ask About --Pf'''
The law and public sentiment are t
stacked against the DUI defendant, Our Pre-Season Tune-up <<,,' ..
but the fact remains that accused ": '

people are presumed innocent and $2995La'SaWyer SAWYER GAS AND
entitled to be defended in court, in FOR JUST BRYAN'S. ACE .
I torneys have to stay current with I STARKE
some fairly complicated statutes
and case law, said Whited, which
was the purpose of the seminar. I .

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November 23,1989 TELEGRAPH Page 7A

Tornadoes Defeat Interlachen in. Final Re mllar._ sea on Game
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Tornado gridders ---0-
2A Interlachen dominated Class first half which ended with BRs The Big Red defense held In- yards. BUS accumulated 295 yards
High 35-7 In the Robert Hankers,
final No. 23, scored
ahead 147.But the Tornado offense, great diving catch on the Tornado
game of the season on the road laSt terlachen to 96 yards rushing and 12 rushing and 60 yardspassing.One 38 the second BUS touchdown on a six sideline
of Interlachen to Intercept an Interlachen
taking advantage
Friday night,Noy.n. passing, pretty well dominating the yard pass to wideout Scott Duncanset
yard run off tackle, capping an 80
mistakes in the flat. Fullback
put 21 points on the board pass Clyde
The relatively game except for one first period up the first BUS score and the .
easy win leaves third yard drive.
in the period. Every Tornado DeSue,No.30,scored from 25 yards
drive when the Rams scored after other
Bradford High with a 9-1 season completion was a 22-yard Drop end Andy Goodowns,No. 85,
played and the subs drove 60 out after linebacker Goodowns,
record for 1989 and with yardson driving 68 yards to tie the game 7-7 touchdown pass up the middle to
a 4-1 record who plays Just like an outside
dive plays against Interlachen in recovered the Ram fumble early! in
in District 3-3A BHS scored the first five times the. wingback ADen Jenkins No. 13.
competition. the fourth period to the two line linebacker, got BUS going in the the third period. Quarterback Reg-
yard the
Intfr8 hen, 2-8, played Tornado offernse handled the football Jenkins also scored first Tor- !
a tough third period when he
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a fumble stopped the effort. ,on drives of 66,80,30,25,and 67 nado TD on a 13-yard run. Fullback Interlachen fumble then made a Hoc Pace 8AO4.IT51OUCHflOWN .


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Baker Beats BHS in Sudden Death Playoff for District CrownIt '

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took Just three plays for Baker .
High to nail down its first ever The second playoff series ended the 11", .yard line,a second Santa Fe ding the Santa Fe's third offensive
district football title Monday night 0-0. Bradford's Clint Reed mishandled field goal attempt was blocked by possession. "
Nov. 20, in the Dist.3-3A play-offs on a quick pitch on a right end play BHS because the holder again bobbl- Coach David .Hurse,. taking no
Bradford Field.Bradford and Santa Fe recovered. Then, the ed the sllp.and! was slow in setting more chances on fumbling the foot
had earlier ended Santa Bradford defense had to hold Santa un'the mira Tumiu-Dftne play=oTI ball called for a Donnie Francisfield
Fe High's season after winning 3-0 t Fe out of the endzone to remain in with Santa Fe, the Raiders were on goal on first down. Francis
on the third round of the Kansas the playoff.Santa offense first, and got three yards on responded with powerful, strong
style tiebreaker which gives each Fe, sensing a chance for a two dive plays. On third down Santa and high field goal kick from the 15
team four downs from the 10 yard win via a field goal, ran two quarter. Fe tried a pass,an alley-oop throw, a yard line, defeating Santa Fe 3-0.
back sneaks which netted five yards. high looping pass which the receiver Baker will play host to District
line.With some 500 fans screaming sup- u,.! From the five, the Raiders tried fora must run under, to touted receiver 4-4A winner Zephyrhills (9-1) at 7:30:
port to fire-up the Baker High team, field goal on third down, but the Freddie Solomon in the corner of the p.m. Friday, Nov. 24.
the Wildcats drove the football right r holder, Freddie Solomon, bobbled a endzone. But Bradford secondary The Tornadoes played well, in the
up the throat of the tough Tornado hard snap from center, and the play defender Terry Berry also got under play-offs, says Coach Mike Sexton,
defense. Baker trailed 3-0 after a lost 5V4 yards. On fourth down from the pass and came down with it, en- the defensive coordinator.

Donnie Francis field goal. Bradford,
on offense first, was pushed back to
the 15 on a motion penalty.
Baker tailback Lemoyne NOW DISCOUNTOPEN
Williams, who carried all three .

That plays From,was got the 8'/i the power-I yards most formation on crucial first down.play.RB ii S & W AUTO PARTS

Williams ran behind his left tackle at
the weak side of the Tornado
defense. Bradford rover back Pop
Jones, No. 32, finally dragged -2ND LOCATION.South
Williams down at the 11'yard line.
The Bradford defense stood its
ground but was not aggressive
enough on that play, said Coach 301 Across From KOA
David Hurse after looking at films.It .
was the only long run Bradford Mon.-Fri. 8-7
allowed, he pointed out. I KlOSEDFOR:: THANKSGIVING I Sat. 8-6

Baker blockers sealed off the .'. ,
Bradford inside linebackers and
kicked the defensive end, or Sam On the Mark... Owners, Visa Mastercard Checks

linebacker out. It was a good hole Senior BUS placeklcker Donnie FrajocU wo on the money on each of Ml field Lorrie & Buddy Dicandlo and Cash Also!
and the blocking said Williams by Wildcat linemenwas goal attempts In the playoff for the district title Monday night.
good, following
the win. RB Williams ran behind
tackle Chip Evernden, guard Chuck
Allen, and blocking back Dwight
From the power-I formation, RB
Williams dived high over the Tornado ,
defense on the next two plays.He .
was thrown back on both dives,
but gained yardage on both. On the
first dive Baker gained about one-
half of the I'/i-yards necessary but lineN
was stopped by strong side Bradforddefensive Georgia on our
tackle Kevin Finch. On the
second dive, Williams jumped, held
out the football in front of himself
and the officials ruled the football
had broken the plain.
Baker, 10.1, had beaten BHS 14-7
in the regular season. The Tor-
nadoes, 9-1, lost 14-7 to Baker. Santa On our 500-thousand volt lines, to
Fe High, 7-3, beat Baker 15-12 to
create the 3-way tie. be exact.
Baker is a better football team
than Bradford partisans have They are vitally important transmission

thought, says Supt. Jim Duncan, a lines that electricityfrom
former coach. Baker kept winning, bring
Duncan points out. FPL customers
All three teams have a 5-1 District Georgia

3.3A record."I the State of Florida.
think we may have taken them

(Bradford) by surprise by runningthe And it's FPL Systems Operatorslike
ball," said Baker Coach Danny
Green. QB Marcus Mallory threw 15 Gerry
touchdown passes in regular season
play. Bradford was probably expec- 5, ;t Giudici whomonitor
ting Baker to throw, Coach Green
said.Head t4 r fT : '; ; these
Tornado David Hurse hootsat ,
that. "When Coach (Mike) Sexton lines, as well as ( t
prepares for Macclenny, we preparefor
the run,"says Coach Hurse. BHS the connecting1't'aaafc fiS MalL i
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players were in the correct positionto '"
stop a routine off-tackle play, lines and aaaaaaVb /
Coach Hurse said.
Baker players sat in the west end- E power plants 0iliv
zone stands and watched the
Bradford-Santa Fe playoff. Coach around the state.They're .
Green kept his players on the field
trained tog
warming up, running plays and 3 S \! a specially
throwing passes before some 500 u Ar" '
howling Baker fans during the 20 n7. make sure our supply of electricity

minutes before the play-off. Brad- needs.
Always at
meets everyone's
ford went into the field house duringthe a
break, returning to the field with the best available
less than five minutes to warm up. t price.'j

Against Santa Fe, the kicking toe 1 ; For FPL customers, the impor- ,"'
of Donnie Francis the Bradford High
defense kept the Tornadoes in the tance of these transmission lines
running.The ,a
first tiebreaker series with is clear. They save you money.
Santa Fe ended in a 3-3 tie after each __- N L ,
team kicked a field !loal.'Rams. y I The lines allow FPL *,

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gie Sheffield, No. 11, scored from 14 J t j i'' coal-fired .
yards as he kept on the play action IAI NT J.t.
pass on the fourth play after LB --- ..... power ,;>:
Goodowns intercepted the I
pass. L. 4
QB Sheffield zipped a like a 00'' t Florida. ..
pass ri- + .. from out-of-state into ,
tight string to wingback Allen i r I'H i g : .''
Jenkins for the fifth TD,capping a 67 (r I That also allows FPL to make
yard drive with the 22 yard pass. The I tt
straight clothesline pass was in sure that oil isn't your only option.
Jenkins' hands before the Ram 4 I
secondary could react. ? C. I ; We go to great lengths to bring //jj.
In the 4-4 defense the Tornadoes r *
i1! you electricity. So that you can use ,, 't ia
run there is no middle guard. The a '
BHS tackles were playing too wide 3 as much or as little as you like, ,
apart,on the outside shoulders of the ,
Interlachen guards, Coach Hurse Which is why we keep Georgiaf'J
said. Plus, the BHS linebackerswere
not making the right stunts. i on,out line '";,
When the Tornado defensive tackles l ,':...' 'ItJI.
moved head on the Ram guards and """O' \ .
the linebackers called the tackle !ir.
stunts, it stopped the play. I V ',(1'
Big Interlachen fullback Ricky y ." I'
Eubanks, No. 44, a strong, powerful .. ,I: .. :, ;'1
runner, got loose for 17 yards on the "

Ram TD drive. The Ram TD cameon ," .. .
a well executed five yard play ac- LA '
tion pass to wideout Stacy Oliver .. : ''};
under hard pressure from the Tornado .> i
defense. .. .
Most of the time, however, the .,
Tornado defense was quick and : FPL S.t S. .:.'Jt
tough enough to stop Interlachen inside 4 ,<1'1
and outside. IHS gained 96 j thereto .. r
yards rushing in 30 carries. a belter way, .' 4f, .
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November n, flat TELEGRAPH
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IN THE rii ;:: s -v 1st Student r
CASE 89.137CP Notice I I. hereby given that a public 2mit2tt IlIBI1Al1 sd Bt" Council JJSI
FILE NO. 1.4124 meeting of tho Bradford County B aSJt1 > j
IN RE: Estate of Development Authority will be held on : 4 gee milII
MELVIN A. WILLIAMSON. December U, 1989 at 4:00 p.m. at the <
,Deceased. Santo Fe Community College Board > a
For the first
NOTICE Room at 209 West Call time ever Ma; '
OF ADMINISTRATION Street. Starke, 't 11J
The Florida for Elementary School has ulerttTi
administration of
of the e.'a'e of purpose electing a
MELVIN A. WILLIAMSON. deceased Chairman Vice Chairman Assistant Student Council. The council CIJ
Case Number 89.137-CP. File Number Secretary and Secretary for the Authority silts of one representative ft, .t..h
1-4124 I. pending In the Circuit Court for and conducting such other business a* each fourth and fifth ;.41. 1cd
Bradford County Florida. Probate Dlvl- mar properly come before the meeting. w i y 4teij: classroom (nine in all) in adrli'tioifour I '10
Ion, the address of which It Post Office a person decide to appeal any decision ? officers from the fifth gradt, !tit> :
Box B, S'orke. Florida.The name and address mad. by the Authority with respectto }rl IfjQ total of 13 members on the coune'W
of the personal representative and any matter considered at such President of the council

of the personal representative's attorney meeting the such person will need a recordof I'Jili Wainwright, Vice-President I.'i ndtilo: m
are Mt forth below. proceeding and for such purpose Woodfin, Secretary Emily Hanlr1 .
All 'lntr* td person are required to such person may need to ensure and Treasurer Carey Crawford *? of
file with the that a verbatim record of the : .
court WITHIN THREE MONTHS proceeding Class representatives are iv rt'N'
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST the I I. made, which record Include Melvin, Sekennia Bell te ?'"
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE: ((1)) all testimony and evidence upon which '3
the Morgan, Diptl Patel Brut1! "h t4
claim appeal I to be based. |
again estate and oblection
Published man, Naklsha Williams Rhium \I"t.
by an Interested person to whom : November 23, 1989. \: ;
Bott Mitchell Kuslie"l
Bradford Ames !
notice was mailed that challenge the County D.v.lopm.ntAu'horlty "*tiT
validity of the will the qualification of Chandler and Derrick Page
the personal repre.entotve! venue or By Raymond C. Navltsky A total of nine candidates qua)Il1e4aRfor : ;
,(lurltdlctlon of th* court. Secretary the office of President eight fdlii''
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Itchg 11/23, Control 264 .. .' Viee-PreSident, five each fo
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Secretary and Treasurer. Electiontfiila
Dot* of the first publication of this NOTICE OFlNTHNTIONTORGISTR of officers were held Friday <'

nolle of administration: November 16, tober 27, and representatives 'we'iJ.s:
.1989. FICTITIOUS NAM=: elected Monday October 30. !
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Pursuant to Section 86S.09 Hoi IdaStatute > "IJ
WILLIAMSON Campaigning officers was coir .
PersonolR.pr.s.ntativ. undersigned*, notice, HAROLD I I. hereby T. WADSWOIUH given that the, ksy', es,1.v11 r wI 117Y:... ,sit: 4.t iiii'It Yt Post Office Box 943 Route 2. Box 1299. Starke. Florida 32091 r111plAiititalas and 5th grade classes only, ana".
Stark, Florida 32091 ole owner, doing business undor Iho speeches were made over the closeiTT,
Attorney for Per.onallIepre.entallve U
firm name of T A M MECHANICAL circuit television. Campaigning fOI

RICHARD E. WELTY: MAINT. S FABRICATION. Route 2. Box () class representatives was Monty
943 1299 Stork, Florida 32091 inlands to The purpose of the council is to
N. Tempi Avenue '
1'.0.110.995 reglxc. said fictitious name undor the 1 i.. promote an exchange of ideas witH,'*'

Stark, Florida 32091 aforesaid statute. school adminsitration and cooperai.;.!,
Florida Bar 144625 Dated this 26th day of October 1989. RLi tlon between students and faculty\ Sil
904/964.8050 In Bradford County encourage the practice of UOf.ir'V,

11/16 2tchg 11/23 4tpd 112.23rnrn1746 citizenship and participation inrj
public service programs for the entire -;

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO community, to improve schOO!lcd;
REGISTER NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENTOF spirit and to provide training l irn'Jj

FICTITIOUS NAME AN ORDINANCEBY parlimentary procedures, speaking,,,,b:
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida THE TOWN COUNCILOF debating and conducting meetings;,
Statute, notice I I. hereby given that the THE TOWN OF BROOKER FLORIDA xf "r' + -r a says Melba Johnson, schoo,:10"
undersigned, SUSIE LOTT WALKER P. O. Ita guidance counsellor. bl1"
Box 202. Hampton, Florida 32044. sole on '
December 12. 1989 at 7:30 P.M., the bad
owner doing business under the firm Town Council of the Town of Brooker. Events Leading Up to War s
Florida, In regular session to be held of : Historical Program at UDC nl
O. Box 2O2 Florida intends
Hampton 32044. m$1 I
the Brooker Town Hall Brooker Florida. *
to register told fictitious name Lake Butler Florida will consider the .S_ Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerr.er' w 55 I
under th* aforesaid statute. second Jr the speaker for the historfcn. p, ;>
following Ordinance on readingand e IWi" w.
Dated this 9th day of November 1989 proposed therof. :- gram at the meeting of tin w ay S:)
In Bradford passage 'J Weeks Mondr.f. ::1 I
County. ORDIANCE NO. 1989.6 Chapter, UDC hold %
4tchg 11/9-30 AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING PENALTIES ?r R i Nov. 20, at her home in Kevstt,"lfflStates ''r'T
Control 250 FOR NONATTENDANCE OF COUNCIL -t .n Heights.
AN EFFECTIVE DATE. .:?:;-, : then slavery during the pohtu !11'Jiu I,

Said proposed ordinance: may be Inspected The Art of Quilting Again in Vogue... campaigns in 1860 when Lincoln w. f..r.) I'' r.'
l.Des by the public nl the Breaker running for president f.. yet ,:, f,
Town Hall, Brooker Florida, during the Ruby Hersey Is the Instructor In a new class at the weeks the class Is scheduled to run. began m the North by northerne '
hour of 9:00: A.M. to 12:00: Noon on Vocational-Technical Center on the art of quilt making. Hersey li holding one of her quilts In the background. and when the climate proved ::;tS: r
Monday.. Friday: and Saturday Eleven students are enrolled In the class and will helped by Jim Lewis Coordinator of Vo-Tech Pro- severe for the slaves they wens 12; | I
All Interested parties may appear at complete a "lap quilt", a small sized quilt that can be grams. to the South. The North I liicu >0'I<
the meeting and be heard with respectto used much like an afghan In a chair or couch. In the six trol slavery and limit it to (lit ->"i :fllcd 1
the proposed ordinance. by not allowing it to be legal{ n : clq 1
S .aRKE Charlene Thomas, Clerk cake Hot i Rolls Milk.FRedAYCornn.isoIgn FRIDA Pizzi! Buttered torn Fruit Cup,Cin.namon Western Territory. rill
Town of Brooker Florida School Menus ,Baked Beans,Garden Salad Roll Miue. Mrs. Weisgerber Diet! 1,1 i
president < ,
CHURCII.PF.GOD Itchg 11/23; Control 266 Nov..27-Dec..l .!_ 'd''tligh school A-la-Carte ducted the business meeting "T i"dj SI1
432 N. St.Clair 964-5445 MONDAVI Hamburger on Bun Lettuce,Tomato 1.tofr4 YiPlzi.hsmburg.rscorndoptrench chapter recognized i :
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Kristy Johns Accepts New Position in G'ville t 'n"'',,:;r"t .

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by Butter Rohn ing her first music teacher;Mrs.Lou her studies for an advanced degree, The convention was held in Memphis .. ....,.', .
BCT Staff Writer Edwards (deceased), for contributing but has not decided which school she ,Tenn.,with Kristy being the on ,
Kristy Johns, who has played the to her early training.Mrs. will attend. Several schools offer ly organist from Florida. She won
organ for the past 10 years in the Luke Wilson, Melrose, was either doctorates of philolsophy or fourth place.
First United Methodist Church of her first organ teacher, then Kristy doctorates of "performance arts, She has presented two recitals in !
Marke' has accepted a similar position switched to Jo Ann Canova. She continued Kristy said, naming the Universityof the University of Florida f:
t with Trinity United Methodist with Ms. Canova through her Indiana, the Conservatories of Auditorium.

'hurch in Gainesville,and will begin high school days, and began taking Music in Cincinnati, Chicago, and Kristy's father, Charles E. Johns, ..t
her new job the first Sunday in music from University of Florida New York as being better known retired from DuPont Mining Co.
Professor Willis Bodine when she
December than Florida. Dec. 31
1986, after 30 years of ser-
Next Sunday, Nov.26,will be Kris- began college, in the fall or 1984. When asked about job oppor- vice. He was a supervisor in the 1
I ly's final performance in declare During high school,Kristy was active tunities in playing the organ, Kristy Comptroller Department when the ,
church and has been in music endeavors, a memberof said some larger churches pay retired.
"Kristy Johns Day" in recognitionof the BHS band under Mike Wood- organists quite well, but most supplement '.
Her mother
is senior
a <:e presi-
( her tenure and the quality of her ,
fin, and in the high school chorus, their income with teaching, dent in the Florida National: Bank in
music. She took the
over organist under Don Hardy. either privately,or in public schools. Starke.
position as a teen-ager, when Mrs. Kristy graduated from BHS in But the competition for those jobs is "Kristy feels that a great church, "- r
Inez Green retired. June, 1984, and entered Santa Fe tough, Kristy says. through its pastors and members ,
Kristy now living in Gainesville, Community College in the Fall of the Kristy credits the four Methodist have given her an opportunity to \
accepted the organist postion in the same year.In ministers for whom she played,and develop her talents, said her \
larger church to broaden her experience 1986, Kristy completed her Choir Director Bill McRae with patience father. I,
and further her career in studies in SFCC and entered the and understanding for the "Kristy will have a great oppor-
music education.The University of Florida, commutingfrom young organist,more especially during tunity at Trinity Methodist Church
daughter of Charles and Ruth Starke to Gainesville. She the early years.Recognition while she completes her work at
Johns of Starke Kristy began taking received her bachelor of arts (BA) for Kristy's excellence Florida. She has a very special gift,
piano lessons when she was 5-6 years in music education, in April, 1988. on the organ has been and it's a good feeling to se'someoneuse .. -
old, switching to the organ when she Kristy is currently enrolled in the recognized far beyond Starke. that gift to the fullest. I'm sure
was 12. She has continued studying University of Florida's master's Earlier this year she was Invited to Kristy feels that each and everyonein Musclan at Work...
music through high school and college degree program, and expects to participate in the Region IV Convention the church contributed to the Johns at the organ-
into post graduate work. receive her master of arts (MA) of American Guild of Organists development of her gift," says the Kristy
Mrs Ruth Johns said Kristy is in. degree in April, 1990. National Young Americans Artist Reverend Dwight McQueen, pastorof
debted to a number of people, nam Kristy said she plans to continue Competition in organ performance. the Starke church.

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Western Conference Champions...

The Junior Pee-Wee Pop Warner Football team won the Western Con-
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Conference to end the season with an 8-1-1 season record. Their only loss
I: ili90T5 came In the championship game last Saturday against Callahan, playedat
The Junior Pee-Wecs scored a total of 301 points while allowing only 62
points scored against them. They played five shutout games.
Players pictured above. I to r are:
Front row: Jonathan Turner, Christopher Chandler, Turas Williams,
Robert Bradley, Ashley Moore, Daniel Davis and DeWitt Betterson
Middle row: Derick Scarce James Kilby, Antwaln Mitchell. Travis
Odom, Ricky Mobley and Gary Vandiver.
Back row: Shawn McLeod.Chris Sapp, Devon Johnson,Robert Hewett
Brian Folsom and Mack Williams.
Head Coach Gary Bakken Is holding the trophy In the back (center)
with Assistant coaches James Turner (left) and Scott Davis.



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Bradford Cowboys Midget ]Football Team Wins Conference 'Crown'W'

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The Bradford Cowboy Midget Pop The Cowboys are coached by Head
Warner football team made its first Coach Willie Brown, defensive
conference coach Joe Gordon, and assistant
championship game a
night to remember for fans and foes coaches Charles Smith. and Charles
alike. McLeod.

From the opening kickoff the
Cowboys showed the Alachua
Raiders they had come to play.Afteran
absence of five years the
Cowboys made their determination
evident to the host Raiders.
The Cowboys struck first when
Chris McLeod tackled the Raider

........... ) quarterback in the end-zone for a
Jit .1 two point,safety

'...;' "', i ,ft'cji t:) f -J4' ,.,. -f6 From Chris then McLeod on ,the Mario defensive Hankerson teamof ,

., Willie Cohen, Paul Hampshire 1'svfr,1S
t.l Mark Adkins, Doris Hill, Andre'Hampton
.tk Brian Smith, Eric _
9 Cohens, Wyndell Hampton Pop
Brown and Desmond Solomon
wreaked havoc in the Raiders running

ij ,, The and Cowboys passing game.offensive team mov-
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half, scoring on runs of 45 yards by ,
Sean Davis, 43 yards by Wyndell
Hampton and a 65 yard broken play
by Desmond Solomon.This offensive
outburst marked the end of the title
dreams of the Alachua Raiders.
4 The offensive line was manned by
Mario Hankerson, Eric Cohens,
Shawn Aarons, Brian Smith Willie
Cohens Chris McLeod and Doris
Hill. They constantly ripped huge
holes in the Raiders front wall so 1What
that Pop Brown, Sean Davis, Des-
mond Solomon Wyndell Hamptonand
Andre Hampton picked up large A Trophy .

---- ,' ..."......... -\IoL"" '" -.....,.., ..""y,.... ...... .... "."..,,- .,....""""' '''" amounts of Raider real estate. Head Cowboy Coach WWIe Brown
Midget Champions, Timucua Conference... Mario Ilankerson and Wyndell Hampton. Playing in front of the largest bold the trophy hb team won by
The Bradford Cowboys Midget Pop Warner football team won the Middle row: Walter Brown Brian Smith, Shawn Aaron, Reglnale crowd this year, the Cowboys show- becoming the TIm_Conference
Imucua Conference championship Saturday. :November 18 at Alachua Guion Rudolph Carter, Sean Davis, Eric Cohens and Willie Cohens,Jr. ed they were truely Timucua Con- Champion.They beat oat the
Letting out the Alachua Raiders on their home field. Back row:Coaches Joe Gordon and Charles Smith,and players Darren ference Champions.The defending champion AJaehoa
The Alachua Raiders had been the Conference Champions four years In Lee, Johnnie Brown, Mark Atkins Andrae Dommon, Coach Charles Cowboys will play in two bowl Raider who hare held the title for
a row but were unseated this year by the Starke Cowboys. McLeod Desmond Solomon and Head Coach Willie Brown. games. One in Jacksonville, four eatuecuttve year
Pictured above, I lo r: Absentees were Domeon Harrell,Renwick Tyson,Paul Hampshire and November 25 and the Bronco Bowl in The will m two
Cowboy now play
Front How DortMill, Chris :McLeod Andrae Hampton Eric Burch Freddie Rochelle. Middleburgh December 2.
bowl m Jacksonville
Saturday.November 25,and the

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by D.J.Robert Her agile moves evoke admiration mother, Viona, placed her gently in Her heart pounding, Viona lifted rushed the fragile Infant to the doc- baby without losing Viona.
Special Newt Reporter ; her vibrant smiles an infant seat on top of the kitchen the infant from the seat and held her Viona was outraged."I'm not gon-
acknowledge it counter Viona stood beside her to her bosom. Body trembling, she tor.Viona lived in fear.Her baby girl's na lose my baby and I'm sure not
I She bopped back and forth on the Sandy Duncan and Cyndi Lauper washing dishes. An instinctive breathed gentle breaths of desperation life had Just begun,but had already gonna die! 'she told them.
stage..she shuffled to the left and have nothing on Sheila Tew. glance toward the silent infant Into the mouth of her tiny been marred by tragedy.She And as the words of fury stormed
she shuffled to the right..,she swung Audience members are awed by revealed that the baby had stopped daughter. Moments later, when nearly lost Sheila once before, from hre lips the twisted baby
I .her arms upward and she danced her moves They sit in their seats breathing. Sheila was breathing again, Viona during labor. Born breach one of emerged miraculously. Unscathed,

..-....,.......... ".---"t:>- .., "I'I' Sheila's legs entered the birth canal but breathless.
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,..J>. leg and hip to unlock the leg that re- pound baby spent the first two weeksof
tt mained in the womb. her life in the plastic shell of an incubator -
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Suspect Described as "One of Top Sources" of Crack ArrestedThe

man described as the sourceof The black male was Identified as Assistant State Attorney Welsh- at liss.ooo. Seized as evidence during the Ford's 1963 pickup truck.
at least half of the crack cocaine Charles 'Chuck' Jackson, 30, who aid Ford will be prosecuted In addi- Jackson also has an extensive undercover operation were 79 rocksof Other officers participating In the
in the Reno area of Starke is In was also arrested as well as Tawana tion to hit felony charges as a criminal record in Bradford County crack cocaine, totalling seven operation include Wayne Wilkinson
custody of the county Jail where Lavette Kinsler, 18, of 922 E. habitual violent offender which car having been convicted of at least grams with an approximate street Tom Gorman, William Brown, Bob
authorities hope the judge will leave Brownlee who was with Ford. ries a 30-year maximum sentence. three felonies and three misde value of $800. A small amount of McGrath, Gerald Hayes, Gordon
him. The undercover operation resultedIn Ford was tentenced ten years In meanors. marijuana was seized as well as Smith and Lt. K. R. Hinds, Jr.It's .
Information received from drug the three being charged with the Department of Corrections In
addicts, buyers and street dealers, multiple charges of conspiracy to 1981 for attempted battery and at- _
indicates Carlos Ford, 42, of Davis deliver cocaine, delivery of cocaine, tempted assault. In 1986 he was
Street in Starke is responsible for conspiracy to sell cocaine, possession found guilty of sale and delivery of a
supplying the crack cocaine with as of cocaine with intent to deliver, controlled substance and sentenced
many as ten to 12 dealers working use of drug parpahernalia, deliveryof to serve 30 months DOC. (He was arrested A Carpel Sale
for him at a time according to drug paraphernalia, said Reno. for possession of a controlled
Starke Police Chief Jimmy Epps Kinsler was also charged with substance, possession of a firearm
and Assistant State Attorney Jay possession of cannabis. She was by a convicted felon, possession of
Welsh. released after a $5,000 surety bond drug paraphernalia, possession of a
was arrested on addi controlled substance-cocaine,)
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Nov. 19, by Starke Police Officers custody.Jackson. Sept.I, 1986 resulted in an additional
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I Sheila Tew.
from page 28

They knew something was wrong threatened the life of her new baby
with her because her heart didn't sister.
sound right," Share Tew-Bohannon, She fretted over her, devoting
Sheila's 26-year-old sister herself freely to the care of her
remembered. "But they didn't know younger sister. She became cham-
what it was." pion to the fragile, tiny Sheila.
Two months later though,after the "She was so sick all the time,"
baby stopped breathing in the kit Shara remembered. "So frail and so
chen, a doctor explained to Viona tiny. She would be swinging on the -Jo": .-.... .- c.:
that Sheila suffered from a Patent swing outside and she would just all ,
Ductus opening, a valve opening of a sudden fall asleep because blood A # .. p -
that forces blood to flow too quickly was rushing through her heart too "..
through the heart. fast." r t t LU
Viona's quick thinking had saved For six years, 4I
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littlest sibling. -
they listened for .,
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hospital with ;Y Christmas Club Accounts

was two years _a' ___a_. r ,

where Viona Homer doctors,rushed collapsed him Sheila Tew start now enjoy it then.

lE had three caused places."He .his about this," her silence. When's the best time to open a Christmas Club

Shara said.was so down group"So we of were us, right standing outside there,the a Account? December 26th. When's the second best

face was recovery room where Sheila was," time? Today.
-- weak. Her Shara said. "All of a sudden
\ Six-year-old his in a heard this child scream at the top of You can open a Christmas Club Account any timeat
frail from a life she said: her lungs, 'Why did they do this to your local community bank. But remember the
beside her father live in me? I want my mama!
-' -, N Shand's to live here "Mama rushed in to her, and we sooner the better
.. 1t" Gainesville. OK.knew" then that Sheila was gonna be By setting aside a little in the account at a time.you'll ,

Cm '. \\ that There she she would heard die, choice.moment, really enjoy this year's Christmas shopping
done to correct her hope to save Several days later Sheila was in
season. And won't strain the family budget doingit.
Sheila TewIn "I knew her hospital room watching a Disney you
2nd Crade at Lawtey Elementary because I could face.'I special on TV. .
that "It was a 'Live From Disney
wasn't normal. It
too much stuff in ( wouldn't" be Mouse..Iploved' and I saw Mickey See us today. Setting up your Christmas Club

Sheila's life, but the doctor told her didn't beat, it made to go, Shara down he Mickey Mouse..and Account takes only minutes. And, come December,
was dancing with a bunch of
that without Sheila kind of like the
wouldn't live to surgery celebrate her 30th sound when you way to close chords the dancers," she said. "The doctors you'll be glad you did.
told me that after the surgery I could
birthday. C told us it
Because Sheila was so frail and ush...boom...cush.. before she'd live a normal life, and so I told my
the doctor ." mama, 'see those people with
tiny suggested postponing oom, Sheila said. Mickey Mouse? That s what I'm
surgery until Sheila was older "You could be gonna do ...I'm
someday gonna
stronger.( table from her in a dance
It would require,after all,opening hear her heart morning with Mickey I
her heart. family v
said. Hospital to For a year, Sheila had to return to
When Shara Tew was 8-years-old, surgeon on the doctors for monthly check-ups. She
and Homer that -
she prayed for a little sister."I was reaching they had was restricted. from all physical ac wYour; "F.: ::
wanted had three older brothers, but I The time had tivity.But when the day came that she Hometown &l I
a sister. Mama said she close bunch of us
problem received permission to commence .
couldn't have children ..
anymore" opening in her pastors. normal life, she pursued her I
prayed anyway Shara said. Without and we dream..to dance."I .
And when, at the age of 40, Viona die..but with it she said. started watching'Dance Fever'on Community Bank
became little Shara hours later,
was mal life if she TV and I could watch a dance and
delighted."I tion. good news. do it Starke
perfectly, Sheila said. "I of
sister couldn't," Shara wait said.to have my little "Her odds were surgery, started entering contests" and I won
'em all..boom boom.
When Sheila was born, Shara said.Homer Tew had a once again Bradford
found difficulty understanding the loved his baby girl, be a mere See Page SB Square
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Woman Charged with Drug ForgeryA

26-year-old Starke woman was ed to counter-act the codine in the Florida Regional Hospital. Hospital
arrested l this week and charged with Fiorinal personnel confiscated the drugs
multiple counts of prescription One of the pharmacies where when Kersey went to the hosptial for
forgery.Susan Kersey obtained forged prescriptions additional medication, said
Ann Kersey, Route 2 Box
arrested Nov. 20 for nine was Winn Dixie where she was Aderholt.
2014, was
counts of obtaining a controlled employed at the time said Aderholt Kersey remains in custody of the
substance with a forged prescription Medicine obtained from Mitchell's county jail awaiting first ap-
nine counts of possession of a .Drugs was recovered from North pearance.Check
controlled substance nine counts of
false and fraudulent Insurance
claims and two counts of obtaining a I the Classifieds. I
medicinal drug with a forged .
Aderholt.prescription according to Lt. David

The 27 felony and 'wo misde-
meanor charges result i from an
i' alert pharmacist who said he didn't CRAFT BAZAAR
'feel' right about filling a esciption

telephoned in by a woman using a Sat. Nov. 25 & Dec. -11:00 4:00
__ Gainesville doctor's name to obtain : a.m. : p.m. i
the prescription.
Pharmacist Bobby Autry at Mit Sandra Bowens Residence :

chell's Drug Store received a 507 W. Madison St. Starke, FL
telephone prescription Nov. 15 for a i
Corner from Winn Dixie
controlled substance,Fiorinal No. 3. across
An attempt to contact the prescribing -
doctor named on the prescription STOP BY
was unsuccessful at that time but it
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was later determined the prescription Special orders done by appointment
was a forgery. An extensive In-
vestigation revealed there were nine
different transactions in Starke at
t. four pharmacies where Kersey had
called the forged prescriptions and

Musican and Storyteller Visits Starke Elementary... picked up the medicine said
Aderholt. Each time Kersey picked Citizens Againstthe Trf-County Landfill Will b
Ajamu Mutlma, telling stories, playing bongo drums Mutlma li here on an allotment from the Thomas up the medicine she paid for It with a
I and singing to the fourth grade class of Debbie WoodCenter In Gainesville to bring artists to the public PPC The forged prescriptions were sponsoring an important meeting and Fund Raiser
, fin, visited Starke Elementary Classes the week of schools In Bradford County. Donna Gruen Is county for Fiorinal Valium and all day Saturday, Decernber 2,1989 at th Raiford
November 9. coordinator for the Artists in Schools Program. Phenergran (a nausea medicine us- Community Center In Raiford, Florida This meeting

and Fund Raiser Is td help STOP the Tri-County ;

I for Errant PeersTwentynine Landfill. Everyone Is invited and" encouraged. .. -to
Florida Lawyers Atone attend nd participate; - ,

., There will be a planned meeting Friday. November

persons who claimed taking of funds or property that when the lawyer was acting in a the Fund's inception nearly $4.2 ; 241989 at 73O jprni The meeting will tie* held at J '

they lost money because of improper come into possession or control of capacity other than as an attorney.Nor million has been paid due to the ac- L.f Wilkinson's Hunting Camp, 9 miles west ofLawtey
actions by their lawyer were recently lawyers while performing servicesas does the Fund cover losses caus- tions of some 265 lawyers. For oriState Road #125. For Information and
awarded $200,472.22 from The a member of The Florida Bar by ed by persons posing as lawyers or claims received on or after July 1
Florida Bar's Clients' Security, virtue of an attorney/client relation- who are not members of The Florida the awards limit has been increasedto directions, c l> 431 1833 aftere-.OQpm, i
Fund. ship. The Fund does not cover losses $50,000 for trust fund violationsand
The awards range from a $300 if the errant lawyer was engaged in Bar.The over 44,000 members of The $2,500 for reimbursement of
award for a return of fees where the a business or investment transaction Florida Bar each contributed part of fees.
attorney failed to provide useful services involving the lawyer and the client their dues to finance the Fund. Since

to $25,000 in cases where the
attorney failed to adequately ac
count for money held on behalf of the 1989 Lowe's Companies, Inc. 11-04

The Clients' Security Fund was
established In 1967. The Fund provides
monetary relief to members of
the public who suffer financial loss 4r

by the misappropriation, embezzele-
ment or other wrongful taking or .
conversion of their funds or property;
by a member of The Florida Bar.
The Fund is wholly financed by a
portion of the annual dues paid by;
members of The Florida Bar. I- Un Any Wnsh 011 er. 1 V.Veil Mlclowiwo Ol Sloico
Purchase Ol*250 Or More-rilEE ol/ Any Down
A small percentage of lawyers Payment FREE Ol Any Monthly Payments'FREE Ol
create these problems, no different Any Finance Charges Just pay oil Ilio lull puirlinsB
than in other professions, says price wiihin OO days liom Ilio cl.iln ol piuclinsrt I hot c it
Stephen N. Zack of Miami,president share 5 no down ptynuMil, no inonlhly p wniniil antS noImmicB
of The Florida Bar. The Bar ag II ) 4A nullified chniqe applicants 1 hit See spocml Lowr ollor>'x Low n nvailnliln Monthly lo nil
its errant
gressively prosecutes Payment cicdil Inrm Ask you I nwe s
members, feeling a special obligation salespoiscm lor clcl uls 1 Im inonlhly ,
'to make restitution for their imprper payninnli shown in tins ad do
behavior.No law says the Bar 9V "

htftjto do this. We.Mo it because.ft is __ __ : __..
right, said Zack.: .
The Fund is limited by Supreme
Court rule to misappropriation
embezzlement or pther wrongful i cash'ENr

Sheila. same as

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"I decided I needed partner,and &eait
my friend, a boy named Chris Whirlpool m cs ) **
started dancing with me. We'ddance arfSk%
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week. That was in third l Toll \
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since.In -10 power levels 444-5577 $288 .-.. O 1II
high school she spent two yearsas H up to 700 watts'2 To CnMlt Apply Pure"For.... ""
co-captain of the jazz squad, performing ---c position bl-level 1250 To 15.000 178-channel cable-compatible tuner Chromacotor contrast +- I
during halftime at football 'F cooking rack Oil durInG"-. picture tube for superior color and clarity #54765 I u_ "
games. Her senior year she made #51749 toe mora(Mail l.
captain. I'
She likes to act, too, and has beenin w& (
several plays ...' including a leadin :9ODA&
a high school production of \VbJripool g&==: : '
"Juvie" at Bradford High School
where she graduated this year. JMVJS.SLiMriiKi ?
Last year, she took dancing and till Remote Control VHS $79
acting courses,with he/sister Shana 5 Cycle 19" Color TV Camcorder .,
and their young niece, at the John Dishwasher ; )
Casablanca model and talent agencyin 155-channel cable- Low light sensitivity High 1 :speed
Orlando. $299 iw&JW 1r, I I compatible tuner shutter .6:1: power zooiii/niacro/
While she was there she met Rae Aulo programmable locus lens 'Sell.Inner recording
Dick Clark's son. He :encouraged l lCIKXJS.IS scan 'Clock and 'Inliaied
Clark Sound Insulation blanket #54338A1 Time lapse recording
her to try out for the nationally / __ Energy saving air dry option Panasonic sleep auto locus 54985
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auditioned for the show. ;otr; '\ /::UnnrlUiN9: I

"I did a Cyndi Lauper Imitation til < Nr i! 1
Wblrtpool & s _
Sheila said ]
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,The audience loved her, Shara
remembered. "She was great. She I, ;#cm: ii I sllhl mnr F
has such a high energy level.Peoplein 20" Remote

the audience kept talking about' 5 Cycle $369 ] $$?& :' \\1, Control l
how good was. $299
But, a call never came. Washer. t :<)RUMjv& ;' Color TV I, ;
"I know I'm good, but it's only Large capacity -2 water level t 147 channel cablecompatanent .
because I put my whole self into it.1 selections Heavy, normal, perm w ;: Ible tuner 'Color tracking r.e: su '
love to get up in front of people. I press, light and short cycles -$ I On-screen display 154622'SHA.t3BJD ll lllll'l/l
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I've $*c$$ i
get up there I put everything ; : a.
got into it." : '? ] I p
Even now, 12 years after surgery HOTPOINT ;l"rc. i ,
her dream is still to dance with L&&r
Mickey Mouse. ,4.
She went to Disney World earlier \
this year to audition but judge m
were looking for dancers to feature 25" Remote
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me. Stereo
"And she didn't have 'the look'," Dryer 'tee | Color TV Dual Cassette .

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Sh"ircrieddall I
the way home, Sheila Sensi-dry feature 'Cool down care atlble, luner 'Sleep Inner System. '.
remembered.Her lor permanent press fabrics '4 On-screen display 54575 .Custom.cinllixl lUck with wood"" dWIS'' ,
part in 'Li'l Abner' was her the temperature selections 51421 1 .5.band graphic equatbor'3erni-'
debut performance outside automatic turntable' #54204mm (
Bradford County town of Lawtey
where she lives with her parents. V >
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She didn't have a lead role In"U'l __
Abner", but when she danced the
the show .
stole (
She entered the' world feet
two weeD ago with those "
same; feet she dance her way Into 2708 NC WALDO ROADGAINESVILLE ,;:
hearts of folks In our town."She's *? "
the J
my hero," Share said. -- lion thftl Fri d AM.R' A PM
everything\ I wish ] "1.dbe"he's '.LOWMtMENTI'UH.TEI'IMSOI"N.OWUENCNdII' 377-8585 sab, ,C AM a PM+
so tafented..and she's ...SS No..*' chefge& T1Io TMf,iii ta lMlDf: 31._ .UIII1C) wwa. .n +l ,
gonna make it someday..." 1NIudM......TMe.s.r.aa-pm 'P"""'=-""''crs" YOUR LUMBER NUMBER, HOURS:, ." c/ ,",
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County Passes Flood


Control Ordinanceby

"Shy" BrownMr. Evergreen Cemetery near Raiford, In Tallahassee for 35 years. She wasa Black of Tucson, Arizona and nine
with Rev. David Hodges officiating! grandchildren.Graveside .
homemaker and a member of Morning
Claude "Shy" Brown, 63, or with burial in Evergreen Cemeterywith Glory Garden Club Circle and funeral services were Bustor Rahn in areas that do not have the ordinance
Starke, died Monday evening, Nov. Archie Tanner Funeral Homeof was of the Baptist faith. held at 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 17, at BCT Staff Writer In place,thus large areas of
20,at Bradford Hospital following an Starke In charge of arrangements Mrs. Emmelhainz is best known Santa Fe Cemetery with Rev. Bradford Commissioners passed a the county will remain undevelopedflood
extended illness. for her horticultural endeavors. She Gilbert Crosby officiating. Jones control ordinance in emergen- if the ordinance were not passed.
Born and raised in Bradford County was the granddaughter of the late Funeral Home of Starke was in cy session, Monday, Nov. 13, just The ordinance provides certification
Mr. Brown attended the Bradford Joseph "Joe" Richard W.O.and Martha Jane Hodges Tisonof charge of arrangements. the Nov. 15 deadline set by that new
County schools, served In the U.S. Corbett Gainesville and formerly of Providence (Federal Emergency meets guidelines set forth, namely
Navy and Army for seven years; and the niece of the late Dr. Management Agency). that the lowest floor Is a minimum of
was a self-employed painter and was Mr. Joseph "Joe" Richard Cor G.B. Tison, well known Gainesville The ordinance, which costs the 12 inches above the flood level set In
of the Baptist faith. bett, 86, of Starke, died at his home dentist. federal the 100 year flood plan.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. early Monday morning, Nov. 20, Survivors include her husband, a Richard Junior GrahamMr. county government nothing flood, provides Insurance for Commissioners named O'Neal to
Johnnie Bell Price Brown of Starke; following an extended illness. son, Edgar A. Emmerhainz Jr. of Richard Junior Graham,60,of residents and businesses in the 100 be responsible for making the certifications
in Ga.,
Born and Waycross
three daughters, Mrs. Linda Bryantof he moved to Starke in 1953 where he Lake Butler; one daughter-in-law, Hampton, died Tuesday :Nov. 21, at year flood area, which comprises but allowed O'Neal to
Starke, Mrs. Shirley Clark of retired Nell Emmelhainz of Lake Butler; his home following a Ions! ;llness. more than 50 percent of Bradford base his certification on findings by
Hampton and Mrs. Patty Landon of has since resided. He was a Co. four sisters, Lola Atkins of Williston Born in Lansing, Michigan, Mr. County. Pat Welch, county surveyor.
Powder ,
of Hercules
Starke; two sons, David Padgett of employee and Katherine Tison Davis, Eunice Graham moved to Hampton four However, the ordinance does not O'Neal said the ordinance provides
he as a
where employed
Starke and Brad Brown of Jackson- mechanic. was Tison Home and Doris Fountain, years ago from Bath, Michigan. He preclude residents from obtaining for variances under certain
ville; and seven grandchildren. Survivors include two sons all of Gainesville; one brother, was a member of the Methodist flood insurance from commercial conditions, which will be heard by
Graveside funeral services will be Joseph Richard Corbett, Jr. of Lawrence M. Tison of Jacksonvilleand faith, was a retired repairman from carriers, but private firms will not the Bradford Board of Adjustment.
held at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 22, Frisco City, Al. and Melvin Corbettof two grandchildren.Graveside General Motors after 32 years of ser write flood insurance where the orCounty commissioners do not have
in Brown Cemetery, with Rev. Starke; one daughter, Annie services were held on vice,was a veteran of the U.S.Navy, dinance isn't In effect. the authority to overrule the Board
Henry McKinney of Madison Street "Ann" Davis of Blackshear, GA; fifteen Nov. 15 at 1:30 p.m. at Roselawn and was a former member of The According to Darrell O'Neal, of Adjustment. Its decisions, if con
Baptist Church officiating. Archie grandchildren and eleven Cemetery. Memorial contributionsmay Starke Golf & Country Club. Bradford zoning director, mortgage tested, are appealed to the courts.
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in greatgrandchildren.Funeral be made to a favorite charity. Survivors include his wife,JoAnna lenders will not make housing loans The ordinance passed in a 5-0 vote.
charge of arrangements. services will be held Trofatter Graham, Hampton; three
Wednesday Nov. 22, at 11 a.m. at sons, Mark Richard and Brian Alan
Infant Betty RuthReddish Zion Hill Primitive Baptist Church Mrs. Carol J. DickesMrs. Graham of East Lansing,Mich.,and Acid Rain Dogwood

near Waycross, GA., with burial in Carol Jean Dickes, 52, of Darryl Scott Graham of Haslett, ,
Infant Betty Ruth Reddish died the church cemetery with Archie Starke, died Tuesday, Nov. 14 in Mich.; one brother,Donald Grahamof
Monday, Nov. 13, at Alachua Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in Bradford Hospital, Inc. following a Bath, Mich.; one sister, Dorothy Disease Linked in StudyScientists
General Hospital in Gainesville. charge of arrangements. long illness. Miller of Haslett, Mich. and his .,
Survivors include her parents, Born in Batavia, New York, she daughter-in-law, Denise Graham.
William T and Carolyn Hilliard moved to Starke two months ago. Memorial services for Mr. from the Southern Indications are that It will spread
Reddish of Starke; two step-sisters Lillie T. EmmelhainzLillie She was a member of the Baptist Graham will be held at 11 a.m. in Region of the U.S. Forest Service today considerably throughout the South in
Jasmie Reddish and Scarlett Red- faith and was a cook. DeWitt C.Jones Chapel on Saturday, revealed laboratory results the near future, Anderson predicted.
dish, both of Nashville, TN; her T. Emmelhainz, 81, of Survivors include one daughter, Nov. 25,with Rev. Preston Ponce officiating which a possible link bet- Certain fungicides are available
Mr. and Tallahassee, died Sunday, Nov. 12, Burial will be in PleasantHill suggest
maternal grandparents Pamela Bush of Starke; four sons, ween acid rain and a disease which which will reduce the severity of the
Mrs. Tommy Hillard of Starke. at Tallahassee Memorial Regional Randy Dickes, Batavia NY, Cemetery, Bath, Michigan. .has killed thousands of dogwood infection. Anderson explained that
Graveside funeral services were Medical Center.A Ronald, Jeffrey and Terry Bolton, Jones Funeral Home of Starke is in northeastern and dogwoods growing in dense, shaded
held at 4 p.m., Friday, Nov. 17, at native of Earleton,she had lived all of :Starke: ; one sister, Eleanor charge of arrangements. trees seven southern in eight states. forest environments seem more

Dogwood anthracnose, initially susceptible to the disease than trees
discovered in the Northeast and located in open areas. He said that
Winning Pacific Northwest about ten years recent surveys also show that the
ooaInu'o; roe. o O ago, was found in the woods of nor- disease is more severe for trees in
TENNIS thern Georgia in 1987.Since then,the moist areas growing at higher eleva-
Hair Design Tanning Nails disease has spread to other areas in tions.

.. ........ ......................... the Peach State as well as into South
Kirchaine &Marlene O'Steen .. .. .. ... .. ...... ..... .. Ten The laboratory results are basedon
Clemons Kentucky
Tina ... .. and Carolina
Stylists Jane .e. .... .............. North ,
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cording to Bob Anderson, a USDA dogwood seedlings which were ex-
I 10% Senior Citizen Tuesday
Students Include Top KHHS J$10 per Hour ... Call MarkWITHOUT Forest Service plant pathologist who posed to various levels of simulated
Deerfoot Village &BHS Team Membcrs at 473-4380 or 964-6305 has spearheaded the project to find acid rain for at Forest the federal Environmental agency'sCenter

Walk-Ins Welcome 1371 South Walnut St.. Suite 1400 the cause.
Studies Laboratory in Macon, Ga.
904-964-2222 Starke, FL 32091 The seedlings then were shipped to
; IN MEMORY OF: the USDA Forest Service's
r : CONDITION I BETTY TURNER REDDISHwho Resistance Screening Center in

died,NOV.1971 Asheville where Anderson treated
them with the anthracnose fungus.

Working closely with Dr. Paul
Oil MAMAIT Berrang, a biological scienties who
: YOUR HAS BEEN SO LONG1HEDAYYOULEFT manages the Macon lab, Anderson

SEEMED SO WRONG evaluated disease infection on the
I seedlings. Anderson and Berrang
THE LIFE WE SHARED found that increases in infection oc-
WATER SOMETIMES HARD TO BEAR curred as rain acidity increased.
BUT I ALWAYS KNEW "Data showed a clear increase in
THAT YOU WERE THERE infection as the rain became more
acidic under simulated acid rain
ME AND DADDY conditions," the two scientists notedin
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Union County -
AND MADE MY LIFE Legal Notice...

.... .......... .... r----------9" HERE TODAYTOSHARETHELOVE December NOTICE 11. 1989. at 7:00: P.M., the
.f.l\faOOSE. tAtS..TfHfWEe1f.! Board of County Commissioners of Union

SEAM : lll.l' .I 2.99IS I I / I II I II I II GOD WAY HAS BROUGHTMY held County In Room Florida 101, In regular of the Union session County to be

!:;i CAN NL.4;:: &-M!:!! ;!$:;;!; :Z99 !: 175:: I I I iI 11'I I II GOD HE SAID NEVER HE WOULD LEFT ME STAY consider Courthouie i the, Lake following Butler Ordinance, Florida and will

.C WAS.REQAE: .. .. 1899 780SMIRUOIF MONTH I EVEN THE TIMES proposed passage thereof.
::: ''::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::: ::::::::: STRAY ORDIANCE NO.89-OB
.:.: .:VODKA:80:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.&;99:.:.:.:.:.:.:.7.50WILbYuiY1iI :.::.: I':; I AN ORDINANCE CREATING THE UNION

1 1 1 1 1 1I j 1j 1 ii 1j1ji i i 1199 J 1 1i 1i i Ji8I1 i I I Right for tef a:3 now very months get imoll the plus pnc very rn. ollonon JUII ben(6 wow 90 CollCullcgan pef conditioner month i,:, I I MY I FOR JUST KIDS THEM WISH MEAN TO IT HAVE WERE SO MUCH POSSIBLE. VIDING COUNTY BOARD; PROVIDING FOR PUBLIC A COUNTY LIBRARY DEFINITIONS LIBRARIAN ADVISORY: PRO-;

today about tttu limned time snot oilerI ,
OF :
I'VE COME TO UNDERSTAND ordinance be Inspected
1-800-342-9084 i id Sold proposed may
., FRI. & SAT. THE TIME THAT WE HAD by the public at Room 103 of the
WAS ALL IN GODS HANDI Union County Courthouse, Lake Butler,
the hours of 8:00 A.M.to
Florida during :
ITS TOO EASY TO SAY All Interested parties may appear at
LL I :i'J I WE WILL BE TOGETHERON the meeting and be heard with respectto
Starke 1 Mile North of Starke on US 301 ''I!', the proposed ordinance.
Love; Susan Margie F.Cason.Clerk
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Two ArrestedFor James Albert Oliver III, 20, was Darlene Linda Causey. 21, of Ronald Andrews was arrested
Tampering arrested Nov 17 on a capais for Duval County was arrested Nov. 14 Nov. 17 for DWLS,Improper tag,ac-
With Video MachinesTwo grand theft,worthless check, according for DWLS, obstruction by disguise, cording$465.25 to He bond was released after a tl_ldil41i1 COUPON It_l_lvl_l'"
to Roman Alvarez. according to Lt. Kenneth Hinds. surety was posted.
Starke men were "arrested Bond was seat$7,575,he was ROR. Bond was set at $715.25, she was FliP TroopersContinue
late Friday night for breaking Into a ROR. I GUARANTEED TRANSMISSION |
video game machine at Pep-O's, Kenneth Myrl Varnun, 39, of License .
Thomas! Ray Burts, 18, and Baker County was arrested Nov. 16 Dana Masey, 36, was arrested Vehicle Inspections
William Austin Smith, 20, were for grand theft from Hillsborough Nov. 15 for no valid driver's license : AND GENERAL REPAIR I
charged Nov. 17 with criminal County according to Lt. DavidAderho'lt. (NVDL), reckless driving, accor- Bradford CountyThe
mischief and attempted petit theft, .Bond was set at$1,000. ding to Patrolman Gorman. Bond Florida Highway Patrol will I Across from Merchants & Southern Bank Keystone Heights, FLl
according to Patrolmen William was set at$512.50. be conducting driver license and 473-9543
Brown and Gordon Smith. Burts and Jimmy Vincent Kirby, 19, was arrested Robert vehicle Inspection checkpoints dur- -I .. ... .. . .. .. .. i
Earl Terrell "
Smith were standing by a machine Nov.16 for trespass,violationof 20 was arrested ing the week of Nov.24 through Nov. ... ... '' ", -
which had the back off when the probation burglary and petit theft, Nov. 15 for DWLS, wilful- 30 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18, '.. .. "D' 1fO' '-' .'" I
police arrived. Two clerks in the according to Wildlife Officer Randy wanton reckless driving, fleeing attempting SR-16, CR-18, CR-1, CR-21B, ._ 'RA''iN. .. ... ,.,. ..r.... ... NZ ;' '' 1 _
store saw the pair breaking into the Cory. Bond was set at$2,000,he was to elude, expired tag, according CR-225, CR-125, CR- "J, CR-231, I,1G' .. '" -.. .J.... '. "' 'IttI
to Reno.Bond .P' "' '' ''
machine. Bond was set at$500, both ROR. Major was set CR-227t.CR-221,R-230 and CR-100A I "'"' >'"''\ -' '
released at$990.23.Damon in Bradford fSrECIA'L: : i
men were on their I
recognizance. own Nov.Linda 17 for Lou aggravated Greene was battery arrested improper Patrol County.The has found these check- I 7. ...,- I "'" ,;(. ,. -
exhibition of firearm, according J. Whitaker was arrested'Nov. points to be an effective means of enforcing i 8 Point Transmission Check
Recent ArrestsIn to Patrolman William Brown. 19 for refusing to sign a traffic the equipment and driver I
Bond was set at $2,000, she was citation, according to Patrolman license laws of Florida while Insur- i
Bradford CountyThe ROR. Smith. He was released after a $250 ing the protection of all motorists. Change Fluid,Replace or Clean Filter,
surety bond was --= Adjust Bands,Check Vacuum Check U
following arrests were made Traffic Arrests posted. Union CountyThe I -; V- Joints, Check CV Joints, Check&Adjust
local authorities
by in Bradford
Reshell Ann Scott, aka Jeannette .- Linkage. Road Test Performance I
County. Curtis Shell,28 was arrested Nov. Florida Highway Patrol will
16 for driving while license suspended Williams, 23, of Gainesville was ar- be conducting driver license and
(DWLS), according to Major W. rested Nov. 17 for failure to appear vehicle Inspection checkpoints during $495 i
Mary C. DeSue, 53, was arrested C. Reno. for charges of resisting arrest the week of Nov.24 through Nov. i
Nov. 18 for petit theft, according to without violence, NVDL, refusing to 30 on SR-lOO,SR-121,SR-231,SR-241, .
Patrolman Perry Gorman. DeSue Rocky Clinton Thompson, 22, was sign a citation, according to Deputy SR-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR-229, Visa Visa
was seen placing a bottle of arrested Nov. 16 for DWLS, posses- Anderson Holland. Bond was set at CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR- i & Mastercard & Mastercard I
Dimeatap inside her shirt, according sion of drug paraphernalia, accor- $740.50, she was ROR. 796A In Union County. -IIuiiliuluml COUPON IUIUIuIUuI_IIIuuISIlUt
to Gorman. Bond was set at ding to Major Reno and Patrolman
$250, she was released on her own Wayne Wilkerson. Bond was set at "
recognizance (ROR). $715.25. (,
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I World Champion Bow ExpertA :: GOSPEL SING i ':

Guest of Rotary HereDan ,> : i> 1

1> -Q : Saturday: line.; 2nd ';
Ward,World Champion in In, 1 in contests, and proved their effec Chiropractic f .
ternational Field and Bow Hunting, tiveness and his skill by hitting the !
Archery, gave an exhibition of his; bull's eye at a distance of approximately Center 7.00 PM
45 feet then planting : r.: :
expertise at the Starke Rotary Glut :
last another arrow a i hairbreadth from OVER 700 INSURANCE :
week.Ward won the title in
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at Blairethel, Scotland i in I the first one. COMPANIES ACCEPTED > > Berry (. ,:: fiTJ( :
.1088.. He was unsuccessful in persuading !..
A resident of Trenton in Gilchrist ie Carter County to let him stage a William HEADACHE LOW BACK PAIN ;. ::: ..:.,t,>. ir .:
County, Ward is now working with I Tell stunt by shooting at an apple on NECK &ARM PAIN LEG PAIN/NUMBNESS f: : /r ::
retirement in Union Coun '
programs Carter's head. The Commissioner MID-IIACK/SIIOULDEK PAIN CONTROL t tlea
He his in
ty.a youngster began ,and interest always dreamedof archeryas said he had already endured enough [- ON 5.[. 4th I lath ST. IFOIISVTH HI) ) :. f. :'
"slings and arrows"in recent weeks
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winning the He EMERGENCY SERVICE9648O18
displayed the high-tech bows he uses over the county's proposed tax (list DIRT ROAD ON RIGHT PAST -I[ 6LOkVi) i; _
assessments. o :f -:

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to the Bradford County PLATES.Measure* 24x36 PHONE. New from factory. $1795. Mo.. plus $135 Deposit. Call 964- .....HOMES.....
Telegraph office In writing and paid In Inchet.S each.! Great for patchingand GE cellular car phone.$495. Call 485- 7328 or 964.8704. 13 CHEAPER THAN RENT) Immaculate, furnished 3 bedroom, I 1V4 bath mobile)
advance unless credit Is already repairs. TELEGRAPH, 135 W. 1156.12 a 11/16/89/ S 11/09/69 2 home w/separote recreational room quipped with stove S frig separate
Call St Starke. 1KITCHEN 3 BR.2 BA WITH GARAGE Almost
established with this office a : brand lot Griff 19600.
beautifully landscaped on
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD 9/7/89 52 CENTER: Includes mixer new. 1011-B" W Pratt St. $500MoAskaboutleasepurchasaoplion garage with family
GREAT LOCATION-GREAT PRICE 4 bedroom, 2 bath a large room
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN ALICIA HAY FOR SALE IN ROLL. Arthur blender and meat grinder. Used only .9648073 59300.
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Gaskin 782-3140 12 once. Excellent condition. $80. Call 13 s 11/9/89/ located In the city.
2 RAIFORD LOVELY HOMESITEi 2 BR, 1 BA frame home an 1.65 Acre,Cleared
THE TELEPHONE. a 10/26/89 5 964-6499. 12 s
Classified deadline I.TUESDAY NOON HANOI HOUSE PORTABLE buildings, 11/16/89 1 COMPLETELY FURNISHED 1 BR apart 8 landicaped. Owner financing. $3500 On, $195/10 Yr.. $17,000
ment clean,quiet,no children GREAT FIRST HOME for young couple2 BR, 1 ba carport, porch.
to storage
prior Thursday publication. NOIDOWN garages green SEARS 20" CHROME BMX BOYS BICYCLE orpets.
Classified display deadline TUESDAY, houses. PAYMENT. Hwy : $40. Red. IS' Boys Bike W/ 830 N. Temple Ave., 964 8214 NE 26th Av. $26,000
5:00: P.M. Special Classified display 301 South 964-8848 TFN Coaster Brake. $20. 964-5530. 13 s 11/16/89/ 2 HWY. 301 SOUTH Frame, 3 BR 2 ba CHS A, 1539 s.f., 1.7 acre 40,000
placement Is NOT Guaranteed. 12. 10/26/89 5 12. 11/16/89/ 1 3BR MOBILE HOME, refng end stove NW 65th AVI.i bedroom 1 bath, 5 acrei. Home has new 20 yr. roof freshly

Minimum charge for classified ads Is 12X21 CARPORT $790. NO DOWN EZ-GO GAS GOLF CART: Oil Injection unfurnished, $275 month, $150 deposit painted Inside. Owner says 'Make an Offerl'"
15 words for $3.50, then IS cents for PAYMENT .Hand! House portable 1984 Model. 473-4301. $450.00. 782-1243. 13 s 315 WALNUT STREET Good rental property-3 home:
each word thereafter $1 billing charge buildings Hwy 301 South Starke, 964- 12. 11/16/89 1 11/16/89/ 4 3053 Total Sq.Ft., 2 story' porches;
will be added to each CHARGED 8848 TFN 12 t MINIATURE SCHNAUSER, AKC regis- 2 BR DUPLEX IN TOWN: CH&A. Unfurnished 1080 Total Sq Ft.;
classified ad. 1 10/26/89/ S!5 tered, 10 mos. old. To good home. $300/Mo,$150 Deposit. 964- 240 Total Sq Ft. Call for viewing on these I 89.000
MARY'S VARIETY SHOP: Sales, wicker $125. LADIES 10mm 14K WEDDING 2250.13 s 11/23/89 ELEGANCE IN THE COUNTRYl. BR, 1 ba concrete block window treatment,

: used furniture, appliances TV'., BAND. $100. Call S64-8898. 2 3 ailing fan, CHSA stove, refrig, DW, garage with door opener antenna
-'YARDSAUES' : microwaves, VCR's .You name It, I 12. 11/16/89/ 1 2 BR MOBILE HOME: 964.8218. with rotary booster, wood floors new Andersen window, carpet, rose

MINI-FLEA YARD SALE:Stereos, sew- carry itl.Alwas looking for such Items. MADE TO ORDER COVERED PHOTO 13 s 11/23/89 1 garden, large patio area complete with brick BBQ grill, smoker, and Lazy
ing machines. '82 baseball cards. Stop 'In if you wish to something. ALBUMS: $20-$30. Call 964-4157 or MOBILE HOME LOT: On 225 (Bayless Susan table, hothouse, tool shed, separate pumphouse, total electric,
vacuum deaners. office calculators 304 E. Call St, 964-3250. Evenings 964-4831. 12 S Hwy), High and dry. Call 964-8877 beautifully landscaped.BRICK .
lots of small household appliances, call 964-5813. Don't call after 9pm. 11/16/89 2 13 s 11/23/89/ 3 HOME 4 BEDROOMS, 3'/. BATHS 402 St. Clair St. .86 of an acre, foyer,

some furniture,babyfumiture,clothes, TFN 12 a 10/26/89 BIG TRAILER LOT: Couples only, For LR, DR. kitchen wrefrig, range/oven, dishwasher, fan/hood; den laundryroom
toys. NE 50th St Strawberry Acres, !S 5 IFOltJRENT"rMOBILE information call 782.3437.13 and,an office, CHSA. enclosed carport ((2 cars), utility shop spacious
25%: OFF ON ALL FABRIC.Pinehurat
Follow Signs. Fri. & Sat 9 bl 5 s 11/16/89 1 bock yard with security lights. $71,000
7 s 11/9/89 2 Variety Store,across from Southside HOME LOTS WITH CITY TWO 3-BR HOMES FOR RENT $275- BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR, I lbo, CB, wood floor. 1185 s.f., 5 acre 60,000
YARD SALE & BAKE SALE: :Lawtey Elem, Hwy 100.) 964-5587 12 WATER.SEWER CABLE TV, 964- 350. Both on quiet streets One cul- CRYSTAL LAKE! furnished log cabin, 98 ft. on water IBR/lBa. 90.000
Church of God. 301 South of Lawtey a 10/26/89/ 5 7498 TFN 13 S de-sac other in subdivision Call after BROOKED:3/2 brick and frame Shady Oak S/D. extra lot 44,000

From 9 a m. hi 3 p.m. on Saturday, PLYWOOD: 3/4'1/2.4 ply $11.99.5/8: 1/4 CDX BC 10/26/89 !5 5 5.30 pm 964-5377 13 HAMPTON LAKE AREA 3 BR. 2 ba CHSA, screened patio w/ BBQ grill.

Nov. 25. 7 s $1399$10.99.; STEPHEN BC $1799 SMITH; LUMBER MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY 8. .. 11/16/89 1 Also 3BR MH, I l'/i BA on 3 acre Exc.lI.nllor small horse farm. $122,400

MOVING SALE: Saturday and Sunday- & BUILDERS SUPPLY, 7 miles Southof WATER SEWER.CABLE TV, 2 BR. : ", :\\\VANTEDi .....WATERFRONT....
'80 25 ft travel trailer '69 Mach I Starke on 301. 4682624. Free 1 BATH 964-7498 TFN 13 GREAT FISHING WITH LOTS OP ROOM LAKE HILLCREST, 3/2, 1980 mobile

Mustang, quarter horses, donkies, Delivery. 12 6 HALF s ACRE 10/26/89 MOBILE 5 HOME LOTS for WE WILL BUY YOUR COMICS OLD OR home, outside and In remodeled In cypress, CHSA, carpet, range, refrig. d/w,
saddles, clothes some furniture and 11/09/89 3 NEW. Top prices paid Call 1-372- hot tub, shingle roof, fireplace, concrete driveway aboveground pool lots of
lots more. 3 miles south of Hamptonon PINEHURST VARIETY has a new ship- rent.TFN Close 13 to pnson s Call 10126/89 468-1323./ 5145 or 1-336-4982. Gainesville.(We decking, screen porch, storage building. All of this surrounded by a 6' chain

CR 325. look for signs. 468-1873 ment of western shirts. 25% OFF. 5STATE will come to you). 11 link S privacy fence. $ 75.00Q
7. 11/16/89 1 Pmehurst Variety across from GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA 292'on water and extendingto '
LARGE. 3 FAMILY YARD SALE: Odds Southside Elem. Hwy. 100 South. EMPLOYEES need home closeto HELP WANTED Hwy. 100. 7.17 acres. 165000. Property can be divided Into two 100' lots
work? We have dean mobile
and ends, crafts. Lots of everything 11/9/89/ 2 your Aide
12. Nursing $65,000 each and one 92.65' lot $48,000.
homes available.call 468-1323. TFN
Fri. &Sat SR 16 W
to NW 59th Ave. Dead End. Follow CHRISTMAS TREE/WREATH/ 13. 10/26/89 5 Full or Part Time Positions ... LOTS ACREAGE

signs. 9 a.m. til 77 7 direct your door UPS from my plantation ever- FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIRall utili- Good Working ConditionsCall HWY. 16 EAST. 20 Ac. with fish pond, 2 wells, palm tree, septic tank swimming
s 11/23/89 1BEAUTIFUL In the Blue Ridge Mountains. ties paid. From $37.50 up weekly. : 964-4546 pool con be bought a* one parcel or four 5-acre tract
Free color brochure. 1-800-443-()(
,Rt1AL: MR TAJ V FREE. (can 12 a Starke. in front of Post Office. MICHIGAN STREETi 2 Acre Inside city. $10,000
11/16/89 1 13. 9/7/89 52 WAIDO: Four lot, city water, well, septic, 2 power poles $28,000
IOttTOF 1 :; :. 'RE HERITAGE BUILDINGS: Tapered I- MOBILE HOME,3BR,1 11/2 bath,carpeted v SE 19th ST. HAMPTON:3: Ac., 3 Septic Tanks, 4" sub pump, 2 power poles, access .
appliances, air and central heat, unfurnished
Beam,bolt up construction steel build- f ,y: to city water $17,000
DESTIN FLORIDA: Locate ings, engineers stamped construe ,on GrIffis Loop$250 month, 536 CHERRY STREET 200'x100'HWY '' ,
your existing business in a Eureka $150 secuity deposit, call after 6pm
tion prints 3,000, standard sizes30x4Ox10$3,4754Ox6Oxl2$6,275- II"uA..wya + 225:0ne: acre. $5,000
Log model. Excellent tourist 964-8970 or 964-8705 or 964-4430
; ;; iibo k LOT, GOLFAIR RDCountry Club Estates, Make Offer. $8,700
location. Add profits from log home //13' S 11/16/89 3
50x75x12. $9,186: 60x100x14 CONERLY ESTATES lot 12 $10,000
sales. Training $195,000. 1-600-643- 3BR I 11/2 bath house, with fenced back
$13,895. Good
LAWTEVt Five acres. 105th Ave. Investment! $19,000
8344. fcan 20 s yard, $200 sec. dep., $350 month
11/16/89 1 TODAY, 18006435555.fcan call 964-7404 for more info. TFN PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH ROi20.16 Acre, 3 well, 2 pole $50.000
12 s 11/16/89 13. 10/26/89 5 WINDING TREE LAKElot: 246, Flo. Frontier $15,000

MARK 5 Woodworkingcenter.
lots for rent water and fur- After Hour
1981 SUZUKI GS 850L 24,000 miles. Call 782-3949. 12
Good condition. $800: OBO. John B 11/23/89 1 nished, cable tv available. 782-3333 LAKEGENEVABEAUm! Anne Terwlllegar Nelson . . . . . .473-7541 1

Molchan 431-1212. ext 134. MANUFACTURED HOUSE:12x652; BR; TFN 13 6 10/26/89 Pauline) Randolph . . . . . . . 964-6323
5TRAILER Enjoy the view from
21. 11/16/89 1BOATS Good condition. 5000. For more IN COUNTRY 2 BR large pine paneled gorgeous florida room or boat your, .Dabro Cortnaughton ? .H . . . . : .96 -2833
Information after 4 call 964-8503.
.i pm. kitchen and living room, like new, Fish, Swim from your bcaih. Lake
12. 11/23/89 4 living with dry convenience. Walk to
60x14, central heat nice yard and
TRAILER 25 hp trees, one child max.,964-6714, Meng park, library, shepping.
BOAT MOTOR & : herd. 7/8 Chow. For or
security pets. '
Johnson excellent condo Clean. Call 3 left. $100 each. Parents on Dairy Road and 21st Si, $245 month
Al Young. 9646918. 8 Ises.964.8503.12 s plus deposit 13 I 1170 PROGRAM AVAILABLE FOR THE LOW INCOME

a 11/16/89 2 11/2189/ .4 PERSON...
4 BR,2 BATHS, kitchen, living room, din-
ing room and Florida roomch/a, $475 I CALL 375-7O39

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.. QUALITY. 964-5857 OR 964-6853

@ '. \" rn 964-6182 r 96458239646095
Susan M. Faulkner, GRI. CRB President LONGCHAMP HOMES, INC. :


ERA Faulkner Really, Inc. OUTLAW |

Located Hwy. 301, 2 blocks South of C.R. 100 e 221 Lafayette St. ratty/ '
= Accelerated Realty, inc. L

IMAGINE I 7 3/4 ACRES with 3BR/2BO house, just on outskirts of city. 76.89 IrrAR TL Your Full Service Real Estate Office
EXCELLENT PRICE FOR COUNTRY CLUB: Great for executive, only $79,500.67.89
OWNER ANXIOUS Sampson City area. A..umabl.laan. 167-89 1 s II* IC.eU >. MNA L
*OWNER FINANCING with good down payment.. 2 story apartments. Good In. ; t come. 109-89 tuclil* 0 *P>y CFle*. *
*3BR/1'/i FIXER UPPER: small repairs 42900. 171-89 REAM10 Hwy. 301 S.uraewsua m

LAWTEY AREA 3BR/lBa brick veneer, reduced to $42,000. Assumable mor Starke, FL

tgage. 81-89 L L
+ S ACRES: 301 South 10000. Just off highway. 79-89

*Cft 2-APT UNIT or put back In large house, only $29,900.77-89 BROKERS SPECIAL v/Homes v/Lot v/Acreage x/Wateifhmt .
*LAKE BUTLER LOT on the canal going Into Lake Butler lake. Good for boat launching L
Owner Says
plcknlcklng. 64.89 3/2 Over 1400 Sq.Ft. CH/A. v/Farms v/Commerclal
*40 ACRE CATFISH FARM: can be split In 20 acres. 59.89 New Roof Large Let, 100x300 Fenced Back Yard.
FRAME 3BR/1BO on 1 acre, |lust out of city limits. 26900. S6-89 REDUCED from SJe.OOO to$12.000 s ON THE WATER 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick Eot-ln Kitchen Family Room I ICHSA L
3SR/1Ba FRAME new windows, reduced to 11000. Needs repairs. 48.89 '
large Lot 2.80 Ac.. 2310 SF. Front Back Porches. >
*NICE WOODED BUILDING LOT on Christian St. $5,000.40.89 LARGE ROOMY HOMI 3BR/2BA Frame Family Rm w/Flreplace, CHI, s
MElOSI lake privileges with this beautiful building lot. 27.89 Te$2S,000 s
REDUCED Hwy 301 N. 10 acres, over 500 f, frontage on hwy. Owner will *I 11.6001 Cute as a button, frame 1/1 new kitchen cabinets. 2184 SF, 576 SF Workshop Hampton lake Access. Room CHSA.2U8 .. [
4BR/2BA CB Family
finance. 117-88 *S M.tOOt Newly renovated Inside and out, 2/1 fenced yard in Starke. ATTENTION HOMI SEEKERS Home .

OVER 100 SF Brick veneer 2'/ bath, Ig. rooms, fireplace, $79.900. *$ J4SOOt. In Breaker frame home, walk to everything owner finance. t SF, Garage, landscaped. 11Refrig. L Lt 4
w/Porches All Round. Stove
*LARGE CORNER LOT In Country Club Estates 270x333x343. Trees and owner $25.000 S50.000 .
Stove Pole Barn 24x50. Tool Shed 8x9. Well a Septic
Wood Burning .
financing. Who could ask for anything more at $12,500. 136-89 SF home on
*$ 37.6001 Epperson St. 4BR, 1900 no sign property. s L
*THE LOT YOU HAVI BUM LOOKING FOR to build dream home on293x300. .- ,
your *$ M.OOOi. Cedar home on 1 acre CH8A, range, ref. BRICK HOMI 4BR/2BA CHSA Stove, Refrig I Dishwasher, 2401
High t dry t tr_.. Can be divided. All this and owner financing!, for *I 42,6001. Crystal lake Homesltes, CB. 3/1", CHSA, range, ref, 1300 SF LOVELY SF, Sun Deck. W.II. Septic.JUST .- -f

$ +43,6001. A lotto house, 4/155, CHSA range, ref, over 1500 SF, s NORTH OF IAWTIY 3BR/3BA Brick Family Rm CHSA. 2946 SF,,. 2 | sLarge
*NICE 2BR MH on .93 acre. Quiet area. Priced to sell at 17000. 149-89 *$ ".900. lake cottage an clear lake with white sandy beach large oaks. 1.7 Acres w/lols of Shade Trees. :

19M DW on 3 high S dry acres. Assume mortgage of $384.36 per month. Central *$ 4ftOOt. Brick 3SR/1Vi Bo, nice neighbors, range ref,CHSA, encl. garage. ROOM Workshops FOR HORSES on. 3BR/2BA Cut Brkk. CH.A, Range I Refrig. Big Shed.
Insured for 1
heat S air. range refrig, and other extras. All major components s '
$60.000 a 76,000 Fenced Area for Horse

one.1IAUTIFUL year. 137.89 HOME Hampton Oaks, over 1.25 acres, over 2000 SF. Owner will *$ 62.OOOl 3/1 on :3 acres. 38x30 pole barn fruit tree. and more

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Area Ads ] HOME for Ml.*. 3 BR 2 bath, :, .. _._, LOST DOG Male
: Rottweiler-mix.
1458 sq It,chla/ ,paved dead end.1nteI, BIg
near hospital a Elem.school$51.900. ARE YOU RENTING? DO YOU WANT black with rust markings. Name:Brisket -
call 431-1(65( 16 s TO OWN?CAN YOU AFFORD$200- $50/Reward. Call 496-3900.
10/26/89 5 300 per month and own a brand-new 5. '11/16/89 1 1gcfi
(IMMI III N= I e I SMALL HOUSE IN COUNTRY: 2 BR, 1 doublewide or slnglewlde? Call .. .. ,
1979 DODGE- VANRoyal 318 BA on one acre.In Graham. $20,000. James 964-6407. 4 JiIA,; FAMEHAPPY / :
heads oil rings, 1973 Dodge engine Polara J ADOPTION.iandwllewantlo adopt DRIVERS Take this job and love III Call 485-2727.11/9/89 2 16 s 1988 PALM HARBOR: Great room w/ .:i t \
custom, 318 engIne, good, both a newborn or Infant. Will provide a today. J.B. Hunt 18006433331. j ALMOST BRAND NEW:3 BR 2 BA With fireplace & window seat, wet bar.
11 864-2652 2 good, loving home for your baby,with EOE. Subject to drug screen lean Garage. Energy Efficient,low mainte- skylites, china hutch, beautiful wood JACK TRIVERMICIDE: Recognized
0 1111111689M.04111 2 security stability,and happiness. Will 15. 11/16/89/ 1 nance, quality built home. $48,000. work cabinets uW room w/deep safe& effective by U.S Bureai
1090 CHEVROLET PICK-UP pay all your birth related and medical PAY PHONE CELLULAR PHONE. MCI Only $421.24/mo. payment with under laundry sink, mstr. garden bath w/ of Veterinary Medicine against hoof
$PORTSI DE,350atacpspb,tinted expenses. Call John & Rise's attorney SALESMAN/DISTRIBUTOR needed. $1500 down payment H you qual sep. shower stall. Energizer Insula- round, & tapeworms in dogs & cats I
window wheels 1-800-221-6489. (lean Good commissions and benefits.Cat tion, lap siding exterior. New$42,000
26k ify. By Owner. 1011- B W. Pratt St Gator II Farm Supply Ole Glory Feed
milftMUST SELLIIO,250caIl 964- 14. 11/16/89 1 485-1156. 15 964-8073 16 Must sell for$28,000. 964-9172. & Goldkist. 6 s
124' or 782-3660 2 rRACTOR WORK MOWING AND TILL- 11/16/89 1 11/9/89 2 4. 11/16/89 1 10/12/89/ : / 10
11/2/89/ 10 ING, CALL Carlton Craft at 964-6697 CAR & TRUCK SALESPERSON: To I FOR SALE BY OWNER: 3BRI Bath REDMAN: 3/2/ Total Electric, steel front HAPPY JACK SKIN BALM: checks
1987 FORD TEMPO SILVER.S.p. very anytime,Jimmy O'Steen 964-7387 cover Lake Butler. Up to 40% com- home.Famiy/dining/ room screened door cathedral ceilings and more. scratching & relieves Irritated skin
good COndition$65OO obo.Call Jull alter 5pm TFN 17 s mission. Good fringe benefits. Apply porch.garagefencedbackyardnewypaintedwallpaper. Only $575.00 Down plus T.T. & L without steroids. Promotes healing &
8&t 713 or 964-8791 2 10/26/89 5 In person,Orian Wells Chevrolet-Old*, Saratoga Makes payments $78.18 Bl-Wkly. 1- hair growth on dogs & cats! Gator II
11/9/89/ 4 I CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. Free es- US 301 South Starke. 15 Heighti.964-7634 16 8009404644. 4 s Farm Supply, Ole Glore Feed, A
77 CHRYSLER CORDOBA: $700 OBO. timates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO. s .11/16/89/ 1 s 11/16/89 4 11/16/89 1 GoMkist. 6 s
Good condition. 964-8250. owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559. EARN $5-$10 PER HOUR. Part time or I REDUCED= : GRAHAM COUNTRY LIVING PARK MODEL: 2 Bedroom,w/residential/ 11/2/89 10
2 11/16/89 2 TFN 17 s 10/26/89 full time. For Information call RAMONA :Remodeled,3 BR Wood heater, ext & shingle roof. Mstr. has built-in SAMOYED PUPPIES, 5 weeks old. 4
'89 FORD RANGER XLT: 4 cyl.. S sp.. 5 782-3068.AVON. 15 acneenedpordl..undeckceilinglan., stereo cab.&"LU Vtub w/sep./ shower male 3 female$75. call 984-
AC. Cassette. Payments, $212.31 or .STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE s 10/26/89 5 new alr.Under appraisal for$37,900. stall.-ON SALE$168.44 mo. 1-800- 5764,830-5:30,473-3758: : alter
$8700. Warranty. 496-3900. SALES AND SERVICE: All makes REAL ESTATE LICENSE COURSE only 485-1189. 16 s 940-4644. 4 s 6pm.Ask for Chris 6
a. 11/16/89 1 1.ti and models cleaned, oiled and ad- weeks.call 1-755-4040.North Fl.Real 11/23/89 4 11/16/89 1 s 11/2/89 3
justed $15. New and used sewing Estate College. TFN 15 \WATERFRONT HOME: This 3/bedroom GIANT 4 BDRM. 2 BATH: HUGE Eat-In FREE I KITTENSTOGOOD HOME:Seven
O: lt'ltCM-\; ; !\ <''L' ;lq: ; machines. Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan s 10/26/89 5 home is located on a dear sklable Kitchen. ENORMOUS great room. weeks old. 964-6499 6
; :. fN'; ''' if: ;AS.d;; I Road) 964-8733 TFN 17s JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA, lake. Assumable 1st mortgage very LOTSof closets $275.00 mo. Until all a 11/16/89 1 _

10/26/89 5 openings available in several areas, clean with detachable carport and are sold. 964-6408. 4 .--' ''' ..... -..
FOR LEASE. PARTIALLY COMPLETED I LOOPING AND REPAIRS;Pressure will train.For Info call :312-742-8620, workshop 79900. WATSON REALTY s 11/16/89 1 :ti''j )\; "., +
1000 sq ft fast food location across washing. Call 964-6341. Terry Parks. ext 362 15 a CORP REALTORS 473-4816. BEAUTIFUL 3 BR 2 BA FURNISHED: "I U '" _J JMUSICALINSTRUME
from KOA/Wal/ Mart, 964-8848, evenings TFN 17 s 10/26/89 10/26/69 4 18. 11/16/89 1 Living room and dining room PLUS 1 'rS.AS LOW AS'
473-3627 TFN 3 5 $60 PER HUNDREDremailing letters from (CUSTOM BUILT HOME:On Lake Hamp- acre with all improvements LOW down $14.99 PER MONTH. CALL 964-
10/26/89/ 5 I BABYSITTING IN MY HOME. INFANT home. Details send self-addressed, ton this custom built home is for a payment ALL THIS for $309.00 per 6946.12 s 9/7/89
FOR SALE OR RENT.Warehouse/offioe; TO SCHOOL AGE. 6am- pm..Mon- stamped envelope to : Associates, very special buyer.Large master suite mo. 964-6407. 4 s
space: 3000-9000 sq ft, located at Sat. Debbie9646341. 17WILL Box 309-T, Colon, N.J. 07067 with silting area, large reo. room, liv- 11/16/89 1 19/w KJHU F-100: Completely chromedout.
Enterprise Park next to Sunshine 5 11/2/89 4 15. 10/26/89/ 5 ing room with adjoining Florida Room LOVELY DOUBLEWIDE on 3 acres. 3 Aluminum wheels and new tires.
Industries. Contact Diane Ely. 964- BABYSIT IN MY HOME days and ATTENTION-HI RINGt!Government jobs 100'deck with boat house 2 garages, BR, 2 BA.Island kitchen, appliances, New motor transmission and rear end.
5294 TFN 3 s nights 964-821717 -your area. $17,840-69485. Call I- completely fenced. Call for more In- ceiling!fans pantry, CH/A.decks,utility Only 30K on motor. Power steering,
10/26/89 5 11/9/89/ 4 602-838-8885 ext. R349315s formation. Shown by appt. only. budding, many extras Owner fi power brakes, auto.,V-8. Mew paint,
RETAIL STORES FOR LEASE: Great (CRAWFORD'S: CLEANING: Homes and 11/9/89 2 $225,000.WATSON REAL TYCOR nancing. $46,500. $1500 down over$4,000 invested.A Steal at$3200
location across !from 1 KOA/Wal Mart, offices.We take pride.Free esti mates. ATTENTION: EARN MONEY READING REALTOR 4734816. 16 $462.88 pmt 782-3843. 4 FIRM. Call Jason. 964-8791.'
Hwy 301. 1,000 sq. ft., 1250 sq. It., Call 964-4377. 17 a BOOKS)$32,000/year income poten- __. 11/16/89 1CUSTOM s 11/16/89 1 __ 2 u 1119189t/ :
473-3627 evenings. 3 VILLIDO 3 tial. Details. 1-602-638-8885. ext I BUILT, 4 BR brick home 35
a 11/9/89 3 ANY TYPE OF YARD CLEAN BK3493 15 s acres, alt city utilities entire propertyor
OFFICE SPACE LOCATED next to Dr. UP. Call anytime. 782-3894. 11/9/89 2 beautiful building tots.Bessent Rd, DURRANCE PUMP & SUPPLY
Len Schlofman's office beside Wal- 17. 11/16/89 2 CONSTRUCTION: $7-$14 My/sub hir- call 964-6300for appointment.
MartShopping Center.US301 South., NEED CASH? Free guaranteed loan ing all phases now. Need several 10/26/89 5
884- 078. 3 s service application rushed. Call now, trainees. 355-5500.WAREHOUSE: .
11/9/89/' 3 1-800-383-4181.orwrite today Credit, $$Top Pay$$. Hiring all shifts now. I ::t lf\ND'Olt'iSALE! (. ; '; OULDS!
Inc.Box 3556-F.Boulder.CO 80307. Will train. 355-5500. 15 ,
wribillimmulmlMltmflm' ; tan 17 s 11/16/89 s 11/9/89 2 100 ACRES: six room house and bam. ':Watere '
1SOMEONE EASY WORK! EXCELLENT PAYI! Assemble Owner will finance $200O/ccre.call I : \
;J: : TO CARE FOR MY CHILD: products at home. Call for 964-7771 or 964-4537 TFN .+: s
Must be reliable,dependable. Child,Is information.504-641-8003,ext 9579. O. 10/26/89 5 ,,1
BY OWNER: 13ACw/24x60MH. 3 2 6 mos. old. 3 days a week. Prefer in- 15. 11/16/89/ 2 LAWTEY ACREAGE:with road 11 .
home, but will INSURANCE SALES Bradford and Un- REAL
BA AC Screen porch consider. After 3.30 Call for details. MATHEWS ,
bam.22x55 MH carport, shop: pm call 964-2520. 17 ion County area. Excellent benefits 964-4469. TFN 9
storage, half fenced. All Makes
Sales & Service On
964- 122. 4 s s 11/23/89 1TARKELANES:75centBowling and training. $225-$350 Starting Sal s 10/26/89 5 Pump
11/09/89/ 3 S, : .Thurs. ary,Western-Southern Life.9643982or ACRE TRACT:4 acres of mature pines,
MUST SELL 14x70 MOBILE HOMEI! 5 p.m.-U 1 p.m.; Sat 1 p.m.-7 p.m.; 376-5811. 15 5 acres of Improved drained property
Located In din's Trailer Park. Build- Sunday 1 p.m.-7 p.m. 17WELL 11/16/89 2 pecan\ trees,fruit!trees, mobile home Well Drilling -
Ing new house and DRILLNGfPUMPS! & SERVICE: MEDICAL HELP WANTED: Memorial- well, septic. Great building site for v
moving soon. Residential &
Evenings 964-8960. 4 Durrance Pump & Supply Co, Water Hospital at Gulfport,, Mississippi, is small ranch.Located I mile from Starke Irrigation '
THREE M it HOMES' : Take all 3 for systems specialists. 864 N. Temple offering RNs attractive benefits Job Golf Course., $34,900. 964-8602 after Lie #1305 t
3000. Days 964-7375. 4 Ave. US 301, Starke 32091 TFN variety, competitive salaries and a 6 pm. 9 s 964-7061 864 N. Temple Ave.. Starke
participatory environment Relocation
17. 10/26/89 5 9/7/89 12
Eves & Weekends
at: :I V'SjAMPERS' : \ : C IONT LET YOUR CHILDS GRADESand assistance is available. Call 1-800- LAWTEY Hwy 125. farm house with 70 :
self-esteem' sink this year. Call 448-0121. fcan 15 fenced acres, 2 wells cow bam 4
28 FT. EXECUTIVE MOTORHOME: 964-8594. TFN 17 s 11/16/89 1 chicken houses, approx. 50 acres in
10/26/89 5 SALES: Unusual opportunity. AAAI Distributor hay 964-4469 .Mathews
1972 Sleeps 7. Rebuilt 413 Dodge pasture
engine and transmission./ Dash and A ITERATIONS: zippers, hems, buttonholes to automotive and mainte- RealtyffnM9 s USED TIRES
patches.etc. off and nance markets.Local territory.Unlim- 10/26/89/ 5 ,'
roof A/C./ Will consider swap for truck. Drop pick 7
$5500.964-8548. 19 up. 7 days a week7am8pm.964 ited income potential.(Producers earn 1961 MOBILE HOME AND OVER ACRE ,
s 11/16/89 1 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from $40,000+y High comm. exp. allow. OF LAND, located at Whispering
Southskte Elem. Hwy 100 -TFN Send resume or write Sosmetal Products Pines.tot 8I2.000. Call 485-1982 $ 00 a
17. 10/26/89 5 Inc.,2945 E.TIoga St.,Philadelphia O. 11/16/89 2 10 '
WANT TO DRINK THATS .PA 19134orcaIl215-739-6200. 10 ACRE FARM with 2 poultry breeder '
YOUR BUSINESSI! WANT TO fcan 15 s 11/16/89 houses. New tractor and equipment j&JJp
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de. :; -Alcoholics 964-4150.964-8614 Anonymous //17 964-3619 {, All (f; ;.rA'( FOR SALE 11/9/89 BY OWNER 2 :I acre on SE 8th HIGH TREAD =

__ -- ____ ___uh Ave.approx. 562 ft west of SR
::0 t1tr.tF': ) RltA :
XX>..also 13.6411C1'8s on NW 29th Ave. NO RECAPS & NO REGROOVES
with 60 ft x 300 ft fish pond.Will also -
NATIONAL FOREST: wooded divide Into two parcels containing 7.63
lots river access. $5450 each. No acres and 6.01 acres.Terms availableon BIG OAK TIRE II INC.
money down.$65.41 month.Owner. 1- all of the above. Call 964-8292 or ,
236-4579 or 1-622-2438 TFN 964-6875. 9 s 9649388U.S.
10. 10/26/89 5 11/16/69 4
ing service station business includes (Next to Kentucky Fried Chicken)
mobil ehome living quarters. Many
extras 269000. Carolina Country
Real Estate. Box 686 Hayesville.NC

1 Bedrooms from $155/mo. 28904.10.704-389-8335 11/16/89(Collect 1 ). lean ,. 3

2 Bedrooms from lG5/mo. WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAIN Aheatpump
COTTAGE:2 BR. 1 BA Spring

3 Bedrooms . .$205mo.HBBBBHHnnBHnHHBBBHHiH ft Creek. 25000. Sam W. Jones 4 THISMXSGIM.RECEPTIONIST J
Son Realty collect 1-704-321-4911. wiloe
lean 10 a 11/16/89 anyone

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'1 For the Lake Butler office. f, \ 1.

Requires High School diploma "
mMBBHBKian BHiwv>'*> '> -
with 4 experience. '
Nurse years
i Senior Registered 4' Buy thvTtmmXL 12OO .
Florida Licensure as a professional I Ability to type 60CWPM and It's bcIund toprovMealongluanzfoelinfd'comfort. !
Minimum qualifications. AFFORDABLE! } fflal',; .BecauK the XL 1200 V&thertiafhot
registered nurse and one year experience. T.H.E. APARTMENTS do transcriptions from dictation. I" ,{r4 pump iab.dkedbyaneckaovemwadaa.
i ; a10yearboatedwarr.yabothth.e
Salary and experience. Salary negotiable. Erownlee St. Background and skills in data and cofl.plm 2 years on puts.And
$28C00oannuaally. $8,000). 922 E. the unit'*super htffh ae6 oaxpltelp.: raduoe your
worth Good
I up to (Benefit package BlandingRd.Starke. processing enetIIYoDIonIJ.CoIf '
Camp today for more detaila on the- tlinaiaavdable. .* .
I Correctional Medical: Technician CERT FL 32091 organizational skills required. XL 1200 heal pump.Rnmo

I Minimum qualifications Florida Licensure as a practical nurse. ,. Ability to work with public a COWARTAir

I Salary.based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable up. 964-7133 must. Send resume to:

1 to $18.000. anually. (Benefit package worth over$5,000). 2 & 3 Bit family oriented: .with Personnel Office. Bradford Conditioning Contractors

1 New Clinic under constRiction Successful!: candidate will boI laundry & large playground.' Putnam. Union Guidance CACO3782O ,

I eligible for all Florida career service benefits, including: Sta's Free electricity: Hn.1 month. Clinic Inc.,P. O. Box 399. ", unoundinf SajrVlntf Bradford cotmtiat County for eves and 1jam. 1S I' '964-8O25, .:- [ !
I Contributions to health insurance and retirement 13 paid vacation: Kent 2O% of your monthlY'Incomc FL 32091. EOE .
Starke .
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Deferred compensation you -
9 days, 10 paid holidays and sick leave. .
$3.35lxrlir.: ,
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and in-service training. ,
I plan CElTs ]Ina wxk & have:: 3 ,

dcncmlcnla.: (: your rent would be I '

Interested pcrson.'llohould' contract: about. Ell 12. a monUi$3.73 I I II
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Announcing Opening
,per day for days left: In month;
H R.Nate Holton, Personnel Manager: after the llrst.
for move-In
i New River Correctional Institute Qualified Singles Accepted.

B P. O. Eox 333 Move-in cost: can be as low as I Bradford Family
lRalfordFL320S3 Lou Income
H EOE/F .1EJ$10.00..Ste. 8 flouting ,, .
I ((904)5S-000) pU-RR.-68 Reran jor 30'l0E Practice t

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FOR RENT Postmaster Davis

$60.00 from per home.HUNDRED DetelU.remalllng tend letter..If- Assistant', Teectierrlver A Assistant, ACRES West of Worthington Springs Large 3 Bed, t Beth Haute central and of the greetings early display to distant of
Teacher Driven and Call 4963644. 11/16 2lchg. 11/22 and air. fenced '
oddreued, tamped envelope to; Back-Up Ag.* 26 large yard. -
Ai.oclatei Box 309-T. Colonlo, N.J. up. Mutt have current State of FloridaChauffeur' MOBILE HOMES Days.Itchrg. 11/21. friends and family you
07067. 6tpd. 10261130. licence. Llcente mutt b. that could halt air or ground
ATTENTION EARN MONEY READING cleared through Motor Vehicle Record FOR SALE NOTICE "We are well prepared
BOOKS $32.000ear Income potential. (MVR Tallaha..... Florida) and meetAgency' ,but it does help us when il is

Delalli. ((1)602-838.8883) Ext. 9l27.3tpd. willing to. Iniurance attend annually criteria.(at Mutt Informed b.. 1990 14'IC 50' -2 BR. Bath $6995.00 Call CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be.
11/21 ) Driver Training clan conducted by 755-5114. Circle B Hornet, Lake City, FL mined to the Union County Time
ATTENTIONi EXCELLENT INCOME For the Florida Highway Patrol Deport REPO DOUBLEWIDE $1000.00 down. Bad fice In writing and paid In 11'r
home assembly work. For Information ment. Mutt have High School Diplomaor credit or no credit. You can buy. Coll unless' credit I I. already .. .
call 1(504)646-1700( ) D.pt. P-2512. GED. Mutt be willing and obi. to 7555114. Circle B Hornet, Lake City. Fl with this office. .
11/162'pd. 11/23 purtue further Career advancement USED MOBILEHOMES Slnglewlde starting THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE
LBAC WANTS YOU Cutters and goal. Mutt have own trantportatlon. at $500.00. Doublewldet alto In.tack. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES
preadert.. Top pay, plus Incentive Apply: Child D.v.lopm.nt Services of Call 7555114. Circle B. Hornet, CLASSIPIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN
bonus. Alto n..d production Northeast Florida. Inc. 2037 Forett lake City Fl.l 1/16 tfn chg. 12/7 THE TELEPHONE. \ o
employe No experience necetiary. Street Jacksonville, Florida.8:00o.m.4:30p.m. Classified deadline It MONDAY, e /
Apply In person: Lok. Butler ApparelCompany Monday-Friday. HOMES FOR SALE ".M., prior to Thursday publication.
650 S.E. 2nd Street Lake Minimum charge I I. IS word for$3.
Butler tfnchg. 1116Teacher CARS 4 TRUCKS SALESPERSON: To then 15 cent for each word' .
.Wonted Must hove AA andr AS cover Lake Butter up to 40% com HOUSE FOR SALE Three bedroom central -
D.gr., thr. ((3)) yean experience mission.) Good fringe benefits. Apply heat and air. One ocr. In rural
working with young children In a In person. Orlan Wells Chevrolet- location 48000. Call 4960079. 11/16 FOR SALE
classroom telling and a CDA or a BASIn Oldsmobile U.S. 301 South, Starke.
Early Childhood Education withoutexperience. FOR RENT .
Mult b. willing and ableto YARD SALENov. largest selection over 40 : J Early to shop
active Developement
purtue OFFICE SPACE 150 W. Main Street, models ttock. New used .
24 25 Frl. I Sot. 9a.m. Ill 5
gooli. Mutt hove available transportation. p.m.
Well worth the The .' "Dearly to send
$100.00 month. Call 496.2261.Unfurnl.hed trip.
Apply: Child Developement Servlcesof corner of S.W. 5th St. < 3rd Ave. Lake
Center 2031 Northwest I
Mobil.Home 2 Bed 2 Bath, Fireplace )
Butler. It/21
Northeatt Florida. Inc. 2037 Itchrg. St. Caintvllle, Fl. Toll I someone happy
AC $210 a month, plus $ISO d.pa.lt.Call .
Forest Street. Jacksonville, Florida.9:00a.m.:30 Frl. 1 Sat. 100 well first graded road on .
18005242675. 10/19 7tpd. 1130.Spln..C.n..I..n.
496-3452. at nights 8 or weekendt.
: p.m. MondayFrldov left past Douglas cemetery Lewis Morton Itpd. 11/21 '. I at the other end.
.ItnH 11/91 residence, look for tlgnt.ltpd Retpotiblllty party to take over ,
monthly payments on spinet piano. ,

I Keystone Heights Area Ads HOTPOINT 3tpdll/21 Locally Call DRYER 1-800-327-3345 Used-works.Ext.$30. I I

964.8791 or 964-7578 or 9647061. I .


$60 PER HUNDRED-remolling letter SAGGIN.DOOR COMMERCIAL SPACE available In .9L'Il
from home. Detail tend a telf- DRAGGINHOUSE OUT OF Keystone Heights. 2 location: 700 sq. ankJgi'lJingMessage.
addressed stamped envelope to: LEVEL??laRue Leveling Service for ft. 8 1000 sq. ft.High traffic and visibility
Associates, Box 309T. Colonla New all your foundation repairs. 473-7721 In both locations 473-3193 or
Jersey 07067. 8tpd/10-26/12-14 473-7683 leave message. 7/6 tfnchg
Dean Weaver, Watson Realty Corp. Laundry and dock facilities. $275
REALTORS 473-4816 or 4752272. 1tl3 JIMMY 4x4-AT, A/C good condition per monthplut deposit. 4732919.
6mochg $5000 aba 4755375. 7/6tfnchg
1914 CHEVETTE-4-door, AT, A/C
$60 PER HUNDRED-remalllng letters mile, Good condition. $2000. across street from Hard.... 12'X32', .
from home. Details tend o self- $275. adjoining 20'X32', $350. 473-4375.
addressed stamped envelope to: 415.5375.2tchg/11.22.30 7/13tfnchg .
Associates Box 309-T Colonla New MOBILE HOMES-2
or 3
Jersey. R......07067.._ u 8tpd/10___--.26/12-14. HOMES FOR SALE bedrooms$13S-$150 per month. SR

CAR & TRUCK SALESPERSON: To ONE LAKESIDE HOME with separate 473-7566 100 across from or Lake Geneva.473-7810.Call (from a first grade computer student at Brooker Elementary)
cover Lake Butler. Up to 40% Commission 2
I garage with 2 acres$29,500 OBO or 4mot.pdIO264590CALL
Good fringe benefits. Apply $55.500 OBO.
lakeside hornet 4 acres CENTURY
Oldsmobile in parson, Orian U.S. 301 Wells South Chevrolet-Stafke. Keystone Heights area. 1.659.2779 rentals of the following Propertiesfor : hornet, It is giting clos to thanksgiving, and we
SPRING LAKE-put your family on this ski- lakefront hornet, mobile hornet, office
PERSONALCARPET able lake, 2 plus acres, zoned space and mini-storages.
Agriculture 1768 sq.ft. 6677 SR21. Noossumable ((904)473-4903) -10-19/I1.2-23 can have turce or ham.
REPAIRS ft INSTALLATIONS- mortgage.$67,000 Firm. NEWLY REMODELED-prlvale lot on Lake .
reslretches, seam repairs, measuresw Geneva, 2BR/1 Mobile Home. New The fist the win'
w Installations. 27 years ex YARD SALES carpet throughout, dock, laundry thanksgiving wus day
facilities. Mutt tee this one. $275/mo
perience.'1-9/30 Rob-lyn Carpet 47551714tpdl GARAGE SALE-Satuiday 8 a.m.. plus $275. deposit.473-2919 ll/9tfnchg the pigrims met the indes with their
SEWING MACHINES NOT November 25 345 Nightingale, MELROSI-charming 28R/1'/ BA with
WORKING?.Don't panic. Call Swindell. household Items, and toy, ltchg/11-23 den, dishwasher wallpaper carpet,
473.7862. Work guaranteed. Used CRAFT SALE-Saturdoy 9 a.m. til. SR21 central H/A carport storage room. Mayflower.And .
machines $50 and up. 7/20tfnchg across from Jacktont Building Supply.ltchg1122 Nice neighborhood,; with paved streets
swimming area on land bottom lake.
SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED-and drain lines
relayed. Prices reasonable. Bradford HOMEMADE CRAFTS-and rummage tale, $375.mo. lit ft lot plus $200. security :they had, hmchto: gether. .
deposit. Call todayl 475-1678 ; ,,
Septic Tanks, Starke. 964-8121 Saturday November 25, 9 a.m. ill,
Fairway Drive, weather permitting 1-16/23 .Novemberihe 21 1989L- .L .] S \I. ... ..., ..
7 6ifnchg ON LAKE GENEVA-211t1/211:9argf deM.-'"-.. : ,;:; ,, M. .V fl. u i ,; r j
JUNKWe pick Junk mowers, motorcycles ltchgll22COLOR .
up .. 'Amanda Thomas'VISIT
go-carts, minibiket, chainsaws TV-ladlet't coat, books, many .73.379..2tehgll.22.3OMOBILE
weed eaters. We buy good junk, useful Items priced right to tell. Little
HOME ft LAND: Like new 3 BR.
lake Sante Fe-follow signs from 21B S
motorcycles 3 wheeler 473-3036 Kim
Highway 100. 2V4 miles, Saturday 8am. 2 BA CH/A. fireplace washer-dryer
3tchgli/9.23 to 4. ltchg1122.FURNITURE. dishwasher. Ig. screened-ln back
CNA DESIRES-private duty In Keystone
porch. One acre close to Keystone
Heights area. Specialty geriatrics.Call Heights.Own it for low down payment
473.0645, B a.m. to 1 p.m. or after 7 and S380/MO. 473-2566. 12
p.m. 2tchgM6/23 k 11/9/69 2 .
HOUSECLEANING-ln lake area. Call AMERICAN-tofa chair, ',
Brooke and Chris at 473-7448 or EARLY matching CLEAN MOBILE HOME: 2 BR. 2 BA. '
table, 2 lamps
end tablet, coffee '
Heat a Air. In
4732839. Reliable reference: Carolyn Clay County near Key-
$275.00. Bookcase, tablet, upholsteredchair NEW LOCATION
Sweat and Kelly Curry. 2tchgll/16.23 decorative accessories. All In stone Heights. $250/Mo. 473-2566. ,
13 k 11/9/89 2
LADY DESIRES to do housecleaning In
good 1tpol1.16SIDESOARDoak
Keystone/Metros are. Reference IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTSOpening
Good rotes 473-0645 2tchgl 1/16-23 veneer $100.00. Call MOBILE HOMES
TUTORING-all subjects, grades 1 475-3022 leave mesioge.ltpdll-16
through 6. Florida certified teacher lOVESEAT-and couch Need to be FOR SALE
Call for Information 8.3:30: 473-2502 reupholstered $100.00, roll-bar, fits
after 3:30 call 473-2575 2tchg11-16/23 mall truck bed, 2500. Man' leather MUST SELL QUICKLY-Gettlng married
coat, fur lining, 44Long! $50.00 473-2438 3B/2B double-wide, 4-ton heat pump.
New carpet. 300 sq.ft. covered deck. Monday Nov1 27
Nicely landscaped. 100x150 lot. 1344

THOMAS HOUSE MOVERS, INC. sq leave.ft. message Excellent 473-7290.condition.I will 27400.return ,

your call. 4tchg/l 1-2-11/23
752-2318 2BR/1BA MOBILE HOME-on corner lot,

near Keystone. Owner financed. Flexi Open Monday-Saturday 9-6 Mastercard Visa -
Leveling ble. 388-1850 2tchg111623NICE
l2X60-Moblle ham. on 2V4 lots
Relocation 2BR/1BA, Central A/C, located off .'1 '
.. Hwy 100, $9500. Call 4730463. 2tchg
Raising JI 11/23-30 RADIO SHACK -
,: ,'n:
Foundation 6! LARGE MASTER BEDROOM-mobiie
Repairs ._ r- S home-2 BR/2B Washer/Dryer hook

Buy and Sell Houses up. Alum.awning. $4000 obo.475-5375

Bonded & Licensed Danny (Buddy) Clark FOR SALE RECORD JUNCTION -

PORCELAIN DOllS-Brlnns Clown. 145 NE Lawrence Blvd. Deerfoot Plaza
Heritage, Dynasty Brlnnt
Calendar Doll with stands, cover, SR 21 Between Jackson'sf 7 Shopping Ctr. Starke

1 BIGrnURNITURE certificate. 473-3666 Zlpdl 1-16/23 Bldg. & Ferret's HI? /. .J 0046 964-7474

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inventory of Licensed Mortgage '
Broker ...l'7.: 964-6133

House-type and Mobile - ,,_

Home Furniture' .
NEED A Community .
Bassett,Broyhill, Florida Furniture do Apollo Retirement Home

All furniture on display in our I'm a working [ community In thla small wo also
;j' have SuEI'sRetirement .
yodels Prices marked at important it is to y licensed group Hume.home A

t :v invoice or below. Come In ari' assistance for senior with who need* '

T B ;: \! supervision. We give '
A Christmas present for the f, hr.personalized care. 24. 'j''
supervision hot \
uUUtlca. maid and .
entire family meal, laundry service \
Oria bile laundry services with .
a 24 hr.emergency call day, week long term
Mcala stay. Certified mining "
DODBLEWIDE HOME CENTERHwy. optional.yitcm. auL.trained first emit RId. CI'R ':

301 N. "Lawtey 782-3333 '
} 468-2619t

Mon.-Sat. Financing Available 9itf 'j
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Land Sales in Bradford.: Top $2.5 Million Highest Since 88Land .


sales recorded In Bradford to Hensen Homes Corporation, lots Carlton and John Kuhn to James Ar- T5S, R22E, $53,000. Rankin, part of SE'/4 of SWY4, section George W. Roberts, Trustee, to
County during the month of April 10-14, block 1; lots 1, 2, 8, 9 and 15, chibald and Mary Joan Green, portion Ronald E. and Jana O. Dopson to 35,T5S R22E, $14,000. William Thomas,in Jr.NWV4 and of Valarle NWV4,
Jackson, parcel
were 2,520.800, highest since block 2 lots &-9, block Country Luther Dallas Harpe to Linda Kay
June ; 3.i.; of lot 64 of Woodlawn in section John H.and Geretrude E. Falton,lot T6S R22E,
section 6 $2,000.
1988 when the and Michael D. Capps, SEY4 of
Econo Lodge and the Club Woods in NWy of NEV and 29, and portion of lot 1 of WoodlawnIn 4, Block A, Seminole Ridge Unit 4, W. Roberts Trustee, to
Skinner's Dairy farm were both sold SWY4 of NEY4,section 34. ,T6S R22E, section 35, T5S, R22E, $13,500. section 12, T9S, R22E $130,000. NEY4, section 13,T5S, R21E, $25,000.Shadd Martin George Vanis and Vicky S. Rosier,
that F. Jordan to Elzie! A. ,
million mark.months total over the$4 $127,500. Clara Rhoden Cherry and Ulyss; Peter J. and Jeri I. brew to Jackie W Gary 164 containing 1.13 acres In NEV4of parcel in NWY4 of NWY4, section 6,
American Land Trust Corporationto Elbert Rhoden to Merritt A. and Willie Jo Cline, lot 37 on Oak
T6S, R22E, 5600.
The $2.5 million is from Marchat Hensen Homes Corporation, lots NEV4 of NWY4, section 26, T6S,
up Williams and Hogan M. Williams, Ave, Crystal Lake Homesites, George W. Roberts, Trustee, to
$1.598 million, and April of last 1-9,block 1; lots 3-7 block 2; lots 10-14 8.80 acres in NWVi of NWY4, section $6 R22E. $9,000. David A. and Montez R. Carter,
year which was $1,079,150. block 2 lots 2 Sand 4 block 3, Coun- boris L. J. and Audrey Kite to MadisonC.
; 12, T6S, R20E, 49,000. Edmondson to Michael and parcel In SWY4 of NWV'i, sectlson 6,
The big sale of the month was In try Club woods in NWtt of NE-/4 and Container Corporation of America Jonnie Padgett,2.43 acres in SE'/4 of and Sandra K. Carroll, parcel 37 T6S, R22E, 10500. .
Country Club Woods, where :37 lots SWY4 ofNEy,section 34,T6S,R22E, to Tim Crews, 1.37 acre tract in NEY4, section 4, TVS, R22E, $9,000. in NWV4 of SWV4 section 11, T7S, Sampson Lake Properties, Inc. to '
were sold (In two sales), by 199000. SWY4 of SWV4, section 19,T7S, R21E, James R.and Regina E. Fender to R21E J.$9,000.L. Daniel L. and Ruth Ann Robinson,
American Land Trust John N. Anderson III,trustee for A $5,100. E. and Audrey Kite to MichaelL.
Corp. to Glen E. Lourcey and Charles lot 3. fractional section 3, T7S,
Hensen Homes of Deerfield, Fl. for & W Trust to Suwannee Swifty Billie Faye Cowart and C. Elaine Lourcey, lots 39-26, 23 and II0, lying .and Frances H. Gollubski,parcels R21E, Lake Sampson Villas, $20,900. .'
$326,500. Stores, Inc., Quitman,Ga,portion of Woods to Barnett Bank of Jacksonville south of road in Woodlawn, section 38 and 39 in NE'/4 of. SW'/4,section 11, Sampson Lake Properties, Inc. to
Also sold for $260,900 were 199 tract A Crystal Lake Homesites, ,lot 11,Breamwood Lakeview in 31 T5S, R22E, $27,700. T7S, R21E, $13,000.L. Richard K. Millar lot IS, Bream-
acres Just west of Lawtey, by $60,000.E. fractional section 4, T7S, R21E, Fleet Finance and Mortgage Inc. J. and Audrey Kite to DouglasJ. wood Point in fractional section 4,
Lawtey Turf (G.L.G. Turf, Inc.) to V. and Nellie J. Ball to First $93,800. to Wayne K. and Patricia A. Collins, and Arlene Ross, lot 4 in SWV of. T7S R21E, $9,500.
Ronnie C. Davis. Federal Savings and Loan Associa- Otis and Mona C. Crabtree to JackD. parcel in SE'/4 of SWY4, section 24, NEY4. section 11,Sharon T5S, R21E Diane, $6,000.L. Con- Sampson Lake Properties, Inc. to
Values of transactions are figured tion of Putnam County, parcel in and Joy E. Schiller, parcel No. 3 T8S, R22E, $6,800. J. Kite to of NEV4 Dwight Grayson, lot 21 Deerfoot
in ,
from the amount of documentary SE-/4 fractional section 12 T9S, (1 acre) in NIAI of NEV4 of SWY4,sec- Donald J. and Helen Franzese, verse, 109 acres NEV4 Hammock, Unit 2, fractional section
tax stamps affixed to deeds record- R22E!, commonly called Sot 4, tion 3 T6S R22E, $70,000. Joseph and Marilyn Sullivan, section 10, T7S, R21E, $17,400.L. 4, T7S, R21E, $6,000.
Todd and Kim Denton,
ed in the office of the Clerk of Courtsat Seminole Ridge, Unit 3, 72000. Rezie Marie D'Arcangelo to William M. and Norma Jean Logueto J.Kite to Sampson Lake Properties, Inc. to
the courthouse, and sales of less Jesse H. and Joan T. Bidanset to Michael R.and Debra L. Barnswell, Charles E. Lourcey and Glen E. lot 30 (1 acre) in W 4! of SWY4, sec- Dwight Grayson, lot 20, Deerfoot
than $1,000 not K. Ochsner, lot the 75' of lots 2 and 4 block and section 30 tion 20, T7S, R21E, $10,000.
are considered. Robert J. and Susan westerly Lourcey, lots 62 63 Kuhne Richard and Hammock Unit 2, S4, T7S, R21E,
Transactions for the month 15 Seminole Ridge Unit 7, $26,300. 39, John's Addition to Town of lots 1, 2, 15 and 16 section 31, T5S, Robert A. in $6,000.
follow: Bradford Land and Catle Co., Inc. Starke, $29,500.Evelyne R22E. $35,000.Dwight Lorraine Davenport, parcel WVfc! Sampson Lake Properties, Inc. to
of NE'/4 of SEY4, section 34,
Nathaniel Alderman for Dell to Carl V. and Ethel E Deblasio, 1.03 Christine Daugherty to Grayson to MASO, Inc.,lot of SWV4 Dwight Grayson, lot 19, Deerfoot
Alderman to James F. Flowers and acres, lot 18 River Bend Estates, Anthony O.and Charlotte G. 31, Deerfoot Trail, Unit 1, $18,000. T5S, R22E and, $11,000.Jackie LaFleur to Hammock Unit 2, section 4, T7S, .
Helen Ann Delate, three acre parcel section 19, T7S, R21E, $6,000. Mathias,S 128' of NEY4 of SWY4,sec- James A. Griffin, Trustee, to Louis Norris and Mary R. Combs, lot 15 of R21E,$6,000Sampson .
in block 2, Lakeside, Little Santa Fe Leland A. Brown to Barbara M. tion 15, T6S, R22E, $10,000. American Land Trust Corp. All of G. Edwards Subdivision, sec- Lake Properties, Inc. to ::3
Lake, south of graded road in Davis, parcel on Sampson Lake, Ronnie C. and Norita V. Davis to Country Club Woods,section 34,T6S, tion Lloyd 26, T6S, R21E, $20,000. Dwight Grayson, lot 24, Deerfoot : ,
Government lot 1, section 22, TBS, (Lot 17), section 26, T6S, R21E, Jackie Carter and Randolph R22E, $89,000.George Turf to Ronnie C. Davis, Hammock Unit 2, section 4, T7S, E:
R22E, $65,000.American $20,000. Padgett, lots 35 and 38, Woodlawn, H. McWherter and Bar- Lawtey in NEV4 section 21, R21E, $6,000.Sampson .
Land Trust Corporation Ramona N. Hughes, Marshall I". containing 20.21 acres, section 14, bara Haayer to earl C. and Janie R. partly 199 acres in NWV4 partly section 22, partly in Lake Properties, Inc. to

lots 49, 50, 63 and 64, Woodlawn, sec- Gerald Q. and Patricia E. Bussell,
tion 16 and partly in lots 55-59, lot 17 Breamwood Point, section 4,
Woodlawn, section 15, all in T5S, T7S, R21E, $15,000.
R22E, $260,900.Glen William R. and Linda Sapp to Lyn- ,..,'
E. and Charles E. Lourcey to dal M. lotte, lot 8 in M,F. Wiggins
THANKSGIVING SALE Herbert L. and Jonnie Ann Allen, Subdivision, $54,500
AFTER east 2 acres of W 4.30 Acres of lot 11, Gary J.and Victoria Schecodnic to
Woodlawn, south of NW59th Ave., Danny E.and Lynette M. Foster, lot
section 31,T5S, R22E, $9,900. 24, Deerwood, section 5, T7S, R22E,
Glen E. and Charles E. Lourcey to $80,000.
SATURDAY NOV. 25TH Edward F.Jr. and Janet E. Kimutis, Arthur L. and Theresa M. Schlof-
lots 62 and 63, section 30, and lots 1 man to Elliott L. Jr. and Doria J.
and 2, Woodlawn, section 31, T5S, Woodard 14,block 2.The Woods,
FREE Hot Dogs & Cokes WEAG BROADCASTING LIVE R22E, $60,000.Glen in Wtt of SWV4. section: 28, TBS,
E. and Charles E. Lourcey to R22E, $105,000.Robert .
From 11:00 2:00 "SCOTT IN THE MORNING" Robert L. and Delma Tyler, east '/&! L. and Beatrice Scott and
lot 16, Woodlawn, section 31, T5S, Jimmie L. and Olivia Scott to Ruby
R22E$9,000. Mae Kennedy, % of west portion of
< > "'"' % 1 '
: 3" r."tH sK y Glen E. and Charles E. Lourcey to lots 1 and 2, block 22 in Livingston,
; ; James R. and Regina E. Fender, all Truby and Co's Subdivision of NEY4
r EOiFREEDb;; Eif Zlrt;!!Lots! 'ofJF n" lots 21 and 28, and protion of E151.97 section 28, T6S, R22E, in the City of

Register '. ', ,..,." .. ,. feet of lot 12, Woodlawn, section 31, Starke,$4,000.Harry .
'". > ,' ',< '' s'
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; ..'f-> 7 <.t" '.W1)i\o,1."u"i MV ''' .j." T5S, R22E, $27,700. F. and Bernice F. Steege
..%....................... "" <_ _,(,.,;"iMiJJ1: ,r* Zir.f,.: i. 'Ii,3I'. 1tL<;t,;;,!f. ;-"iu, ; '...t k".t'We Douglas S. Miller to Robert E. and Mary Jane Green, lot 10, Seminole
Frances R. Lynch, 3.02 Acres in lot Ridge Unit 2, SEY4 section 12, T9S,
accept Lay-A-Ways 40,Woodlawn, section 14,TSS, R22E, R22E $147,000.Anthony .
$15,900. J. Tringali to Robert
Albert L. Nobles to Roy L. and Deharder and Walter W. Sylvester,
Sharon L. Jackson, 1 acre in NE'/4 of lot 16, Lake Hampton Oaks, section
w- NW V4,section 11,TVS, R21E,16500. 25, TVs, R21E, $10,000.
Caroline R. Nugent to James W. Elizabeth Walker to Clifford Hudson
'' i y .. GOOD NIGHT and Teddie J. Fix, lots 5 and 7, block lot 5, block 16 in Lincoln City,
fs SLEEPERS 24, John's Addition to Town of section 32, T6S, R22E, $2,500.
Starke, section 28, T6S, R22E, William M. and Betty Wayshner to
$45,500. Claude Jr. and Genevieve Hilliard, 2 ;
William C. Phillips and Carolyn J. acres, parcel 5 of the Weyshner
Ward and Joseph E. Phillips and Tract,section 12.T6S,R21E,13200.
"Aiiweflerr..,phillips Herbert' M. .William M. and Betty Wayshner to .,J'
lot 7. Palm Ave. Cr 1ruIr' Terry L. Hendrix, 1S acres, parcel 6
Lake Homesites, $5,000. of the Wayshner Tract, section 12,
Plum Valley Investments, Inc. to T6S R21E. $10,600.Fredrick .
Walter E. Jr. and Sarah B. Ricks, H. and Kristen E.
lots 19 and 20 in Gov lot 3,section 25,
A. Olefin plaid. Westcott to Louise S. Lyons, lot 9,
__ green S, T8S, R22E, $15,000. Block D, Pinehurst, City of Starke,
Innerspring mattress )/699TDeluxe David G. and Dorothy F. Rigsby to $2,000.
249.95 349:95GUN B.BluelMauveplaldcover. Arnold E. and Ruth M. Braden,tractA Craig Weiser to Dan Gerald and
lot 31, ARI Woods in SEV4 section M. Roberts, east 160 feet of J .
24, TBS, R22E, $100,000. bloc 1, Gov. lot 4, and all block 8.
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1.18 1y 12 .96 $59
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35 Light Set Reg.. 4 Black & Decker Handy Slender Blender
Clear or multi-colored Steady burning or flashing $ 894 Cordless two-speed blender. No. H540. Microwave Oven
UL Approved. No. 40250. .4 1 Cubic foot. 500 Watts. Power weight defrost.
:$24.94 I Ie While quantities last. Automatic oven light. No. DMR405.I .

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7 1/2 ft. Sale 11 PC. Set

0ValleyShenandoah 2 Boxe.$3 V565Reg.. 59.97

Reg. 149.97 Act II 6 Pack Microwave Popcon. automatic electric
3.5 Ounce bags. Natural or butler DRIP COFFEE MAKER
flavors. 7504 fUfl.$12." Reg. $74.97 $499ale

$1 2997I a::''t r: $100.0 $6297 Sale


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Store POLICY-It I is our intention to have every
SUN 10-6 advertised Item in stock.However,If due to any .L.
<< '. MON-5AT9-10._ unforeseen reason an advertised Item la not
ON THE BRANDS YOU TRUST.ALWAYS.8 : Location available for purchase Wal-Mart will Issue a
Rain Check on request, for the merchandise
1371.S. Walnut Deerfoot Village I to purchased at the sale price whenever [Z]
available t or will sell you a similar Item at a
Sale'Da' tel comparable reduction In price.We reserve the
limit quantities Limitations.void In New
right to
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