Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 1, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Two Soctloni DEC 07 1988'

> Clear Cool and breezy weather Is In store for the rest of the week, SECTION At 12 fos,

following a fast moving cold front which passed through the area Hard Newt . . . .:, 1-3A
air Wednesday night, bringing little or no rain and' having a lot of cold Editorial Pag.. . . . .1,4A ,

behind. Th. Social/ Sc.n.. . .. ', f'f. S-4A .
...i..... beFreezlng temperatures are expected Friday morning. Frost will public Notlc..i. . ,:: .:. .IASoorN. ,

also Saturday and again Sunday with lows In the high30's. .. ... . . . ,vUA
are not expected to reach 70 until possibly Sunday. Cla.tlfled Ad.. . . 10-12A rtcrapbTha
November will go on record as one of the warmest In recent i

;years. Several days saw temperatures into the 80's instead of the SECTION Bi 12 Pog.

around normal 58 low 70's Average temperatures this time of. year are Helping th. Needdy. . . .11

degrees. Fa.t Mover, . . . . 2B .
.Is 10h Sunrise 23m.Thursday' was at 7:07: with sunset at 5:30, length of day look Donation . . . ,SB ,!

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The moon enters the last quarter today and will become' full Bradford land Sol. . . 10B Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

again until Dec. 23, meaning a near full' moon. for Christmas Eve. Crlm. N.w., . . . .9.,12B 109th Year' STARI:
20th Issue Thursday, December 1. IlNN! lISPS Ofi2-7CiO

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Tree sale will begin I Ir ,, : :; 1.11 : Toll Road ,Study '
'Thursday, Dec. lL at the Sawyer WJ i ""It" I! ; iJ,,, ..' \"{ r"' : : ,

Gas Co. Parking Lot on US-301 \'I'.." ".. .1"At'f: ;', '{ {UY"I,: : : .., ,

South. All proceeds will go to the ( I <. \ ';,,;:" "' n', : ;; : "I Moved by a massive outpouring of believe this is one concept that warrants
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Special Olympics and other starke' ''' iIiIr : '' ,, ''' opposition from Keystone-Melrose. further exploration the EDC 1
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Charities. ;t'' li1W1f'. \1 ; );) ; :!" ''",f 1_ \ ; ; ,.' ",' "i. b.t '' ,, '. ". of Transportation officials ad-
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Fire Bait.., i'i':i '!..' .. mitted
\ Tuesday that mistakes
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The Florida Department of ,,, ,, '" : ': "could have been made" in' a too- the various alternative solutions

Agriculture and Consumer Services ,," .'. .>' "i'. ::",' .. r', '.;,': hasty assessment of routeS from the handling: the demand for increased
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will make Amdro available at $4 : .h Jacksonville/Tampa (toll road. highway and rail transportation betWeen .

per pound, or $75 for 25 pounds,. ''' ',, '). I'" '" ,-', and Responding to a 20car.motorcade the, Jacksonville and Tampa,
Thursday, Dec. 1, at the ,.. a 7,000'. signature' petition Bay areas,"
fairgrounds parking lot. If you havea "" ,,, <: >,...; :",','., Two presented office at in the Lake Lake CityAssistant City District\ .
fire ant problem, take advantageof I'r"" I. .
this offer. __ ,; ,," ', DOT Secretary Bill Miller announce (;Meeting at IMcRae.".,
ed an extension of the time for public'''
At -meeting 'Tuesday' night, in
Church Benefit. Iii j4 1II\ 1 deadline to an unspecified future'late. Miller'assumed
St. Marks Episcopal Church will '
i responsibility for mistakes that
,hold a benefit garage sale Saturday -'" "It Is ''very clear to us that considerable 'have been made in the toll road may'corifidor .

Dec. 3, with proceeds earmarked : .: work must be done ,over ,
"We '
for the Roach Fami- I.: : / ". and above"1 what has'' been ''a&! designations. may::, have
Andy "
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"t ,; { "," business of public relations Miller
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BHS'has '
recent graduate of ."r "" : II'. : ::", .. are 'a recalculating, mode at this. said. County officials werenot, pro-
Hodgkin's "' 'I, J point.. perly notified, he admitted, although
Ken Roach, Andy's father Is attending .
'...':. :A'k Bradford EDC'Acts. prior statements by DOT main1 ,,
a church seminary schoolin ,} : ,, ,
tained Gib
.. .. they were. County Clerk
Tennessee, f t-::" Meeting at noon Tuesday the executive Brown said that the Bradford County
committee of the,Br dford, Commissioners had not been in!.
CItli n'.:Meeting...' i County Economic Development Corn formed of the corridor-routing process -
poration forwarded a letter to DOT' ,
All Ministers and residents of :' '"
Starke are invited to meet at New Secretary Kaye Henderson stating, ,Al Sistrunk;, 'representing'' theUniversitY'
"We are not convinced at this: timethat' of Florida was applauded -
Florida and
Bethel Baptist Church,
adequate consideration has at the McRae meeting when he
Keller Streets,Thursday Dec, 8, at'7p.m.
been given to other alternatives than
said that the University: would not
This will be the second meeting, the proposed? toll road. If they have, agree to the toll road being routed
'held to discuss community-wide it is fairly evident from the' public through the OrdwaySwisherpreserve
'outcry that not much information
or between Putnam Hall and
and seek solutions.
: public input has been provided ,on Flora home. This large tract of lakes
Chamber Mixer,.., the other alternatives.-, and wetlands is owned and managed
In recommending that further by the University'' the Nature
,The "Business After Hours'. consideration should be given"tor Conservancy scientific' enVironmental -

Chamber Mixer has been [alternate routes before proceeding;; ,' studies:{ '.

'rescheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 20,' the EDC suggested that consideration -', During the past week County ConV

from 5:30: p.m. to 7 p.m., in the old be given to improving existing missi ns in Clay,, Putnam 'and
Florida Bank Building, corner of highways, rather than building''anew Alachua Counties'' have adopted
''Walnut, and Call Streets. toll road. Enclosed was a marked resolutions expressing concerns''

road map showing how U.S. 301, about proposed routes through the
Dogwood Sale... I-75f( and a small section of 1-10 Lake Region, calling on DOT to ex-
} might be utilized for a direct route
Club pand its communications' local
'I The Starke Woman's will be,
'Jacksonville if
to Tampa expanded governments. $o far, the toll road '
selling dogwood trees 6 for $1 ,
with additional lanes, rather ,
Dec. 10 at the Womans routing has not been discussed by,
Saturday, 5fi Sar
+FJ than acquiring a new 400-foot right-
the Bradford County Commission,
,Club Walnut Street. Sale starts
on of-way for a' completely new toll although the West Corridor chosen'' '''
at 8 a.m. '
sMfl road corridors by DOT. would pass through' the
"We appreciate the fact that this'.concept Starke Country Club & Golf Course

Unemployed..? has its drawbacks such as and would also take in a number of I
limited right-of-way expansions, a valuable homes in Country Club''
Unemployed persons meeting need for by-passes or overpasses for Estates,'' which would be lost as a,
,,certain criteria may be eligible for''the 'some, populated areas?,'etc. But we, source of tax revenue for the county.
dislocated worker program,

under the Job Training., Partnership'Act. '21-Fnot,llich: Christmas'"Tree Goes, UD...
i Call Sandra Demps at ((904) City''; electrical workers" 'erected:Starke's Christmas and linemen Merren Li/enbee and 'Cigar Andrews put 3' School Officials

in Lake for further information lot from hall Tues is decorations on city light poles.,The decorations are
'758-0433 City Tree in the new parking across, city
Ms. Demps works for a day Nov. 29. turned parallel to the street to keep trucks from hitting I
Job Service of .them, say Clerk Neil Tucker. who admits they look odd '
state agency "
Florida, a subdivision of Florida City electrical'workers (II-r), are Mike Tlerney, Sid that way?, Take Oath of Office
Dept, of Labor. Keeney.'J.WWhlttie. and Ronnie Baker erected the' "For a small city', Starke certainly, has some nice
tree under the direction of Bill Weldon, electric system i Christmas'decorations" says Weldon, who retired

Starke Elementary... director. from the Gainesville Electrical Department and .now' by Buster Rahn

Calendar of events for the Starke Electrical workers Lester.VVillingham, the !oreman\\ :: runs. Starke's computerized system,' BCT Staff Writer, .
Elementary School: ( School Superintendent ,,Jim Dungy.

Dec. 7, Basketball Extramurals. Sign Up Now can,' recently re-elected _to his' second > :
'Southside Elementary term of, office was administered ,
Dec. 8, Southside Elementary' 'Christmas' Parade Set Dec. 10The the oath of, office' by

Choral/ Concert BHS Auditorium,, , County Judge George Pierce Tues;' ,
day Nov.'F 22 in of the ,
a meeting
7:30: p.m.Dec Awards annual Christmas Parade: Including Christmas music. Carol singing. is 'Twenty entrees are signed up so school board. rS
13, Ceremony, a skit, a dance group, car expected to follow far. 'To enter, Call the Chamber office Two members of the school board
Grade K. 815-9; a.m.; Grade 1, riage rides and carol singing, is set 964-5278, Bands from Bradford were also sworn in during the'
9-9:45: a.m.; Grade 2, 9:45-10:20: : Local church choir members are
Saturday morning! Dec. ,10. Christmas'', High, Lawtey Community School, ceremony.,"Forrier chairman, Dr;
asked the'
being' by and'
Hampton Elementary'
a.m.Dec.. 14, Awards Ceremony, The Parade Committee of the Chamber'of Len Schlofman re-elected without
parade is set at 10 a.m. The, ; entered,
Grade 3, 9-9:45: a.m.; Grade 4, route will stay downtown, off US-301 : Commerce the sponsoring'' opposition this year for a four-year
,9:45-10:20: a.m.; Grade 5, 8:15-9: the to for the singing -, for term, and Watson, a
,The route begins at Starke city' organization: father Toys Tots.; .. newcomer to'' county' ; '
hall where entrants are asked to of traditional >las carols,); po
A boat or truck will be on
a.m.Classes administered oaths
by Judge I
will be dismissed at 1p.m. this Sunday Pierce
line up. The parade route proceeds 'The choirs can be invited to bring used
slightly new
each of the above days south turns when they gather., The"Chamber's people or also.Dr. ? "
on Thompson Street' toys to be given to local children Schlofman was appointed by'
Parade Committee
right west on Madison 'Street
*! Italian Cooking... Chairman Steve Futch would like to former Gov Bob Graham tor fill the
(SR-100) to Court Street, turns right., "Food Concession...
know how many choirs .to expect 1 position vacated by Jimmy Lawson,
An'Italian cooking class will be north, on Court to Call Street' turns Futch can be contacted at 964-6200, Explorer Scout Troop 460 will have in May 1985. Dr. Schlof man then ran''

offered by the Bradford-Union Area right east on Call Street to Walnut or.call the Chamber 9645278. the food concession, and will sell soft ''successfully for the remainder of the
Vo Tech Center beginning Dec. 6. Street, turns left, south on Walnut to drinks, hot.dogs and hamburgers. Lawson term'in, the 1986 election
Persons interested in the course Jackson Street, turns right, east, to From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., a carriage and ,
Thompson to disband.'At 'will be on hand to give free rides to Awards.., was.
call 964-6800 for further
may ph. kids of all James Watson, Graham resident James Wotion..,,
formation. 10:45 a.m. 'a dance recital by ages. Trophies will' be given the top ,and agent for Liberty National Life' Alter doing the politically lmpo.ilble<
the Courtnay School of Dance is' Santa 'and Mrs. Santa are ex- three float entries which observe the Insurance Co., challenged veteran Watson toko the oath ol oHic
scheduled. pected to ride in the parade in a parade theme- A Christmas in school board member Rodney Hall, Jams District 4 school board .at.
Upcoming... At 11 a.m. The Shoestring Players. beautiful white sleigh. From 11 a.m. Strawberry land. Amy Hallmark a and won the District 4 seat. for the

Public meetings scheduled in the of SFCC will present a Christmasskit. to 1 p.m. the sleigh will be parked for sixth grader at Brooker Elemen-* Following the swearing-in ing nominated and unanimously

coming weeks are: pictures to be made with Santa\ tary, won the theme contest spon ceremony the board reorganized for elected to chair the board.
The BHS band is set to Claus. sored by the Chamber Commerce
Bradford County Commissioners play next year, with Evelyn Chastain be- See Page 2A

Monday, Dec. 5, at 9:30

a.m.thouse., in Bradford County Cour. Black Sworn Inby. .1

Starke City Council meeting, 3 Commissioners Including: First .

Tuesday Dec. 6, at 7:30: p.m., m Ci- ......... ,

ty Hall. Election; Tuesday Dec. Buster Rahn Republican Ben Holtzendorf in the bon over tne jail moot, unless the courtnouse, but the time may come
Lawtey fails to meet its re when it will be ,"
6, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. BCT Staff Writer 1988 general election. Waters drew a county necessary
-Pecan auction at Farmer's Three county commissioners, including large majority vote in District 5, quirements.In Commissioner Carter who heads
Market, at noon Thursday, Dec. 8 / the first black; in the which Includes Brooker, in the SE an interesting sidelight, Com the jail committee, promised to
and 22. county s history, were sworn in section of the county. missioner Joe Riddick said Sheriff. report on the jail situation as soon as

Chamber of Commerce Board of Wednesday evening Nov, 23, by v In reorganization of the board Elect Kenneth Etheridge "is not possible.
was-elected chair aware of the Consent Order as of to-
Green. Wilbur Waters
Governors in Santa Fe Thursday Community noon College, Dec. 8, former The three Circuit commissioners Judge R.A. were man for the incoming year, and day" although it was signed by' County Growth...,.

Conference Room. recently elected for four year terms T Maxie Carter, Jr. was elected vice- Sheriff Dolph Reddish almost two Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal requested
of the trio is new to chairman. months ago, on Oct. 4. the commissioners enter into
Chamber Mixer:Tuesday. Dec. although only one m
asked if
Chairman Waters an ex-
the reorganization, a contract with North Central'Florida
20, in Old Florida Bank building at the board. Following
tension might be possible, to which
corner of Walnut and Call Streets Ross Chandler won election to the which was chaired by by Clerk of the Regional Planning Council
5:30: to 7 p.m. seat,vacated by former Chairman Court Gib Brown, Brown said."May Attorney R.A.' Green replied, "Not (NCFRPC) prepare ordinances '
Christmas p.m. Parade Saturday, Lawrence Mosley who declined to the good Lord take a liking to you, unless Attorney General Butter'' governing new sub-division regulations

Dec. 10, at 10 a.m. run for a third term. Running in a cause no one else will. A retiring worth, should make the request. provide accompanying
Brooker Council, Tuesday Dec. district having a black majority veteran politician, Brown was telling After a brief .Attorney' workshops; public hearings and official
assured seat follow commissioners "political honey Green agreed to seek an extension of publications. NCFRPC has
13 at 7:30 in Brooker City Chandler was )
p.m. second 60-90 days, based on the new sheriff to do the which Is
ing his'' winning the moons are.soon over, agreed job,. expected
HallHampton Council Tuesday, Dec. democratic primary, since there, r taking office, but in the meant'ne, to take six ,months[ ,for $3,200, X i
in the 'Consent Order. "The commission''shouldmove- O'Neal said. ::; ,
13 in Hampton City Hall. was no Republican opposition
ahead with all deliberate.speed in
Bradford O'Neal said ordinances needed
'T election' distributed of Consent are
County School Board, general Brown copies a -' denied "
the event the extension Is ,
to control the of subdivisionsin
Maxie growth
Monday, Dec. 19, at 7 p.m..in Veteran Commissioner Order between Bradford County said., I
District Office on N.. Temple Ave,, Carter"" Jr. won re-election to his and the Department of Corrections Green, the >county, providing for
-' seat in a second win over challenger in which the county agrees to Clerk Brown suggested the council developers to construct roads and i
Starke City Council;'Tuesday, Ralph Bryan, who beat.Carter their submitting plans no later than Feb. 'consider getting an estimate on the utilities, rather than having the

Dec. 20. at 7:30: p.m.. In City Hall. first time out. 1, 1989, to provide 15 additional Jail jail addition to include facilites for county underwrite* costsof, im-

Bradford County Commissioners Wilbur Waters who defeatedHomer Rot Chondl,...- beds, 10 of which must be availableby the sheriffs office saying the courthouse provements.

Wednesday, Dec. 21, at Hart for the seat four years Th. lint black county commluloner l. Mar. 1,, 1989, and the remaining 5 is now running out of space NCFRPC Riddick to moved undertake to contract the with 1 I
in the Courthouse. and had oppositionthis to be available later than Jan. 1. said "No elected project
7:30 p.m. ago no primary ROM Chandler who .erve DMrlct 1. no for offices. Brown and received unanimous
year, was challenged by 1990. The Consent Order rules litiga official wants to move out of the support.

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,Page 2A TELEGRAPII December 1.1....

.NRSWA Hires EngineerFor .

45 Landfill Project! f I

The New ,River Solid Waste received." the mechanized recycling ,
Association (NRSWA) has hired an systems that have been looked at
engineer Darabi & Associates' ofGainesVille so far have conveyor lines at the in-'
to design and supervise feed. "You can start with thatanda
construction of a 3 count landfUl baling machine, "and using"
i.:.. and supervise a recycling program. 'whatever inmate labor is
t a.. a The action was taken at NRSWA' available/' hand pick the
regular meeting Nov 17 in Macclenny. recyclables. Mechanized sorters and
rb separators can be added as finances
A total of 14 bids were received allow.
but only nine before, the Nov. 7 "If you buy a machine'for $1
deadline said Association ChairmanJoe million and it don't work you've
Riddick. commissioner from still got the machine," he said.
Bradford County.The The cost of,a machine to pack
list was reduced to three ap- wastes into tight bales is Just over
plicants by a committee appointedfor half the cost of a compactor that is
o that purpose. Committee necessary in a landfill operation.The .
members were Chairman Riddick,
bales are much tighter and require
Union Commissioner Marvin Prit- less space, thus extending the
chett and Baker Commissioner life of a landfill is another advantage -
George Knabb. Less cover Is required for the
Darabi and Associates; Inc. of bales also a saving in hauling and

Straight-A Students at Southside Elementary... after Gainesville presentations, was finally were made selected by amount of dirt needed, says Darabi.

Belling Candice Pippin, Andrea members of the three firms.
Fifty-one students earned stralght-A'l at Southside Elementary School Aqulrre.
for Third row, standing: Adam Frank Darabi! is consultant Croft. Honored...
the first six-weeks grading period which ended Oct.3. The students Stevenson Jeremy McRae Christine
are (l-rt Cribbs, Eddie Kirkland David Wooley.Zane Morgan, Saleh Clark. Leigh engineer for Baker County, and has Baker Commissioner James Croft
First row, seated:: April McKinney, Renee Smith, Michael O'Neal. Johns, Billy Brandt Michael Schlofman,'Kelly Wallace, Monica McGee, been working in an advisory capacity will be vacating his seat on the
Lane Tougaw, Chris Sembroskl, Angie White, Kim Hayed, Andy Redding Kelly Connaughton. Catie Dugger. to the NRSWA during its forma Association Governing Board after
Jenny Gltason Rachael Coleman, Samantha Belcher Back row, ,standing Tlsha Wheeler, Matthew Key., Kelly Rankin,' lion, He has -done what field work this meeting. Croft was defeated in'
Second row? kneeling: Jason Lee' Latarsha Tyson. Erica, Mains Jeremy Lawson Matthew Brown;Jason Daugherty.. Jody Elder,Crystal was necessary at the Ellerbee Curve the primary elections September
Katrina Bossard. Derek Gaines Brent Revels, Billy Vickery Lynette Murphey, Robbie,Stockley Phillip Pombier Jonathan llaynes. site during the land acquisition and will be replaced by the incoming
,Franklin, JoanlelDamplerPamela/ Reddish. Heather Patton,Ashkea Not present for, photo: Sean Phillips. phase, and Is most familiar with the Baker Commissioner.
project to date. Croft was presented a plaque from
Darabi says he has teen engagedin the other members of the Association -
sqlid waste disposal work for 16 in recognition of "his,
and is presently a consultant meritorius service to the Associa,
I Lawtey Commissioners Award Paving ContractLawtey for years projects in several of the coun- tion" and his service as chairman of
ties in this area, including Putnam the Policy Advisory Committee of
'Taylor, Baker, and others. the North Central Florida Regional
City ''Commissioners bulldozier finishes work on ForsytheRoad ,meeting about a part'tlm olficer, 'Bud Wins Again... Darabi recommends that the Tri- Solid Waste Master Plan, the 13
awarded a contract to pave 901 feet Waters said it can be assignedto and had solicited applications since county NRSWA move into recyclingwith county group that met and plannedfor
,of North Park Street in its tegular clear right of way for the City that time. In the Monday night City worker Bud Barber, who caution "unless grant money is almost two years.
meeting, October 3. Later, the county owned grader can meeting, Chief Jordan presented 6 drives the garbage truck, complained ,
The $13,900 award was made for "lay it up"but the city will have to applications for the part time position that he receives the same amountfor
contract the actual of the recommending Ricky Bennett burying dead dogs today that he
grading ,
the lowest of three bids to Walding
the ,was paid 30 years ago, although the Parade
road. a former Starke police officer for Join Christmas
Co. of Jacksonville for the 20 foot
records show that he now receives$4
Waters said the town will need fill
wide Street, to the
including paving job.Bennett for the burial of each animal,and 30
fire house doors. dirt, and suggested it "dig a pond" resigned from the Starke
Johnny Hobbs had for an individual land owner, in exchange Police Department earlier this year I years ago the pay was $3. Church entering:,
City Attorney Name of Person Firm or Group
'reviewed > for the fill, although the following 13 years of service and Mayor Rosier asked, "Bud, what : ,
each of the 3 bids, and "
do want $5?
county does not follow that completion of Various training you ,
recommended the Walding bid as .pro- "
standards. Barber replied $5 is better than
I cedure. courses, including police
being the lowest considering the extra -; I "
The city council has not made a ,Two other applicants met minimum $4. ,
for the fire house The '
drive.pavement decision on which streets it plans to standards Jordan said but three council moved to pay BarberS Contact .Phone'
,: grade with help from the county applicants do not have the required $ for each dog buried.:, Person '4
Commissioner Waters told qualific>ttions.The remainin five -' "
Seeks County'Help... 'com- applicants ,
. ,
missioners to be working on right of were Leonard Brown, r r "
Mayor Marvin Rosier reported way easements while wajting for the. Henry Lawson, Christa Moody, Anderson Complains.,. .
,that he had met with Bradford Coun- equipment to become available. James Hudson and Stephen Fish. City ,resident C.C. Anderson ,
ty Commissioners earlier in the day Mayor Rosier took a few minutesto Mayor Rosier stated that he Is opposed brought two water bills totaling $41"' Mailing :: .
seeking assistance in grading roads tell the assembly that Lawtey's to a fifth full time police officer for the months of August and I '' .', "
Address ,
,within the city limits. In response to ,roads are all in deplorable condition, but could see the need for a September, saying "No way could I ; M
his request,' Commissioner Wilbur and need renovation. Rosier Indicated part time officer working 20 hours a' have used that much water in those .-' ,. .-:\ / '
Waters attended'' the council he would not be adverse to week, months." "
meeting, and discussed the county's borrowing money to Improve streets Meter Reader Barry Watts admitted We will be participating In the parade as: .. "
position regarding help for the town. In' the town, providing the debt did A member of for the audience opposed there have been errors in meter ,f: ',,1 : :"t:'::t"1\,1.,( ::" (::" ,:: '
Commissioner Waters reportedthat the request an additional officer "
not burden the city coffers too much. reading and apologized to the coun'cil '
the county has set the paving of saying "The present officers for the problems encountered. Root Size (appmx.); ; ,, :;,. '.. :, ; .
arenft "
Road number doing their job .
Forsythe as its one Another Policeman...? Mayor Rosier reprimanded Watts ," '
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for this and to. On a motion by Councilman Bill .
expects : '
year "'r'< Jordan had for the errors, saying the city will :. : "
begin work within the next two mon-, Chief of Police M.M. Crouse, the council tabled the request tolerate future mistakes, in "
ths. Once the county ,owned talked to the council in ,a ,prior' for the time being. not ,
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Board Member Jimmy Scott was Duncan reported on a survey. in The board agreed., a Marching Group (apprt. .nLimber;' :\ ): "
that early. '
elected vice-chairman after a brief which he found that 15 of 30 counties Supt.Duncan said board meetings to be prepared board the for 7 ( .
set meetings
The '
discussion concerning a need to fill polled hold two board "
meetings a require 'an agenda be publishedSeven and 4th Mondays each
the office. Chairman Chastain askedto month, with the remaining 15 counties days prior to each meeting, pm., the 2nd specific '
Other be )
with the ( i
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have the postion filled, to have someone holding only one' meeting a but found no problem with meetingthe
to serve in her absence. month. 1989 meetings. '
requirement twice a month. He
to be held
will continue
The board turned its attention to Scott said "We Meetings ,
may get more involved requested the meetings be set other District Office on N.,Temple
setting school board meeting times ," and suggested two than on the first Monday since the 'In the f
and dates,for the next year. Supt, meetings per month be scheduled. business office would find it difficult 'Ave. US-301N; )


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.. State' Senator District 5,


Qualifying'' for the unexpired term (" ( ,

:of, ,Chief, 'of Police will,, take, place :Bradford County supporters '

at, the Starke ,City 'Hall beginning: Bradford County Florida

noon December ,5 1988 and ,Dear Friends: ,

ending'noon December 9 '1988. '''Thank you for your help!! Holllngsworth supporters like yourself

formed the bedrock of our campaign and I am truly grateful for your
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Starke, Shell Specials honored.those who are honored to serve. rye been both priviledged and

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High-U Team

( Earns Split in Match I ','I 1I 1

The Bradford Hlgh-Q varsity- team On the final toss-up question of the ,i

bounced back from a disappointing match, Mike Blalock answered correctly I m411tt
two-point loss to Interlachen Nov.22, to pull) Bradford to within two r4
Nov.to defeat 29. Clay High 147-98, Tuesday points of the home-standing Rams of ; '
,Interlachen and the Tornadoes' fate ;
"It was a 'must win situation1said "jI
would be
decided by the bonus
Coach Stanley Crawford. BHS offered to them. A; What \I
; went on a 75-27 scoring run in the
first half and then closed the match work which includes ,
out with a 67-37 run to post their descriptions of himself Is entitled
fourth win of the season.The victory Sketches of Box? Bradford's incor- j
'I\ provided the varsity with a measure rect answer was Brian Bosworth. ,;
\ of revenge. ,since BHS lost to Clay in The correct answer was Charles "',
,the opening match of ,the season. Dickens.
said Coach Crawford. Scoring leaders of the day were: !
Varsity Captain Shawna Blom's Shawna Blom who answered 9 of 22
out of 17 outing was her best performance toss-ups correctly; Patrick Hurst 6
of the year and may be sign for 10, Joel Caren 2 for 5. '
that she is ready to lead the varsity ,(I I"I
into the divisional play-offs in JV Wins..,.
February, Coach Crawford says. 'The'Bradford JV maintained its \ I
Mike Becker was 4 of 7 for the varsi- undefeated season by beating. the In i :
ty while Patrick Hurst was 10-16 and terlachen JV 97-61. r (1. '.,,!
Joel Caren 2-3 for the JV. Like the varsity,the JV fell behind "
The JV High-Q team had its 5-20 early in the match. However
6-game win streak halted with a the JV answered the next 32 points to '
134-90 loss to Clay High The Brad- take a 37-20 lead and they never look 'I
ford JV could only score five pointsin back in posting their sixth victory,
the last five minutes of the match
and that spelled doom for the JV Upcoming..., .-. I
whose record fell to 6-L 'The high-Q team closes out the (
Coach Crawford says he feels his regular season next Tuesday,Dec.6, .BHS High-Q Team..., ,
I JV team is the team to beat as it on the road at Members of the' Hlgh-Q
enters the I St.Augustine.At Bradford High 1988-89 Team are ((-r): Moore. 'j
Christmas vacation.playoffs shortly after. press time, every team in the In front: Michael Blalock Ricky Wishart. John ,Robbing,.Matthew In rears: Joel Caren, Billie Brown, Michael Becker: Captain Sliawna ",
of with division had been beaten at least Eunice, Sean Jones. Blom Patrick Hurst Kevin Krack, and Coach Stanley Crawford.
High Examples were: questions Clay twice and teams will be Jockeying Second row: Rusty Eberle, .Keith Cowie, Tom Bradford, Patrick Not present for photo: June Cole. Chad Crafton. ,
'Q'U's name means "earth pig," for a higher seeding in the divisional I
tournaments to be held '
what Is it? A: aardvark, in February,
Q: A drop of ink is placed in a says Coach Crawford. (

beaker ink has of become water. Within uniformly an hour spread the Divisional Standings... Local 4H Leaders and Donors Honored ; 1

througout the water through a pro- The BHS varsity and
cess called what? A:,diffusion. are tied for third place in the Central -
I Division with 4-3 records by Rodney Buchele 9 Year Pins... dinating the Southside/ Elementary ,
4 Year Pins...
4-11 Coordinator
School Enrichment .
IllS Match.. Program. '
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Central Division Adult 4-H leaders and donors were Betty ,Hildebrand. Green,Acres4h Jenny Black Green Acres 4-H Donors were recognized by Lori ;,'t
matched In a contest between the Bradford two evenly v.....,.. _. honored at the annual 4-H Barbara, Mosley, Green Acres Mosley. They were the Chamber of ::
...-..... 4-S tndfonl VonIty 41tl leader/donor dinner Thursday, Nov. 4-H. Commerce, Wally Ingram; the Fair a f
varsity, high-Q team was edged out .Au.u..... ,H Clew H 17 at the Western Steer Steak House. 5 Year Pins..., -i ;, Association Wally Ingram and Ray
by two points, ,,112.110, by In- Clew HOah 4-1 hw.,3.d,.. 4fOn.No. The dinner was planned, con Walt Wescott, Lucky Clover .4-H 19 Year Pins.., Norman; Jones Funeral Home, ,
snapping terlachen a High three in game a Nov.BHS 22 match ..........., II W .ot.PI..I.*...,c.' 0 IICmcwM .Z 'ducted and sponsored by the Brad Julia Pendarvis, Lawtey 4-H Sandra Melson, 4-H Horse Club Steve Futch; Bradford County ,i
ford ,
streak. Otf 1-1 'X.A...."*. "1-I County' 4-H council. The 4-H Telegraph; Bobby Ferguson Community
.The match was"the most '........c., 1-1 CmmwCKy4, council is' composed of youth 8 Year Pins... Betty Nettles'was recognized as a State Bank Cattleman's
exciting, representatives from each of the 4-H "' club program helper for the Green ,Association; Clay Electric:i- Swine
high-Q match that I've witnessed North.rn Ct'vlalonv Minnie Redding, Lawtey
ever clubs in Bradford County., 4-H Acres 4-H club, 'Mary 'Agnes,, Producer's:' Association, ,and the
;'it was a"shame one of the teams "", '.....Ii..,.... Leaders in attendance were Ferguson,wa! recognized for coor: Florida National Bank.
had to lose, said Coach Crawford., Or.i.t.P.i*' ... _.. ." (.0F recognized and
...... presented pins show
"Unfortunately, we came out on the n '4-1 Orang.P.rk' 41Mlddkk.ry
ing their
.. yearsof leadership by
'1.1 toiMndin
short end of the ledger. Sol
N.... I. .. ..' Anita Black and Dana
: M I4.k. I.' Newsome. '
The match started ominously for W.NUw M V .N..mi gtMfcxHIjh ;;
Bradford when the ;Tornadoes' (.. **.< 0-f '1',Year Pins.., w
generated only 35 first half points, "
with Captain Shawna Blom being the Western Division Jessie Whitely,Lawtey 4-H .
only correct responder for BHS.. V..w.,' A.wlw V.fKr. < LeRoyce. Edwards, Lucky Clover fqI/AJ
Tmrtm M Unto. 141(11' 10trwnm 4-H !
;The second half, however, provided "
4-1 TrMtm ,4-1
both excitement .and drama; .II., tM. 0.3OI.I. David Wainwright, Lucky Clover !
Trailing by 27 points;' Bradford '_ 0.I, c.er N.y ", ,So", 4-H'- -
began the second half with a 35-5 run CN1./I.nd. 1-1. 0,1.N.13, I', ,, Kathy: Norman,Lucky Clover 4-h
UwIM 1 4 : IT
,to take 70-67 .The lead .
a advantage. / 1 4 01... I. 2 Year Pins.
... ., "
changed hands three more ,times Ml H'WIlli. I 1opeaKer
after that Coach Crawford noted. ; Debbie Weber, Lawtey 4-H 1
'Ethel Douglas, Brooker 4-H

says... Tim Thompson,Lucky Clover 4-H Let ,Terwillegar's ,Trained :Staff Help You'

I' I Detection Important in Cancer .'3 Lynne Year Pins.Newsome.. Green Acres With Your'' Gift-Giving'' This Christmas!

...H "
i I By Br.nda Baw.k radiologist, Hospital AdministratoriWRffig Gayle Manning, Green Acres 4-H /
I wrsloa.nr.e..w.h0One ::0dn, en!WW'Oj .
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in eleven women will have' Gift certificates /mamog r ms I Ii
breast cancer,Dr.Thomas Hawkins I will be available in the gift shop at '
told 37 Bradford Hospital Auxiliarl'' the hospital. JI --
members Monday night, .A. ii
,"The best thing we have right now I I Jeep
for detection of breast'cancer is 1989 _._---
mamography," Hawkins said. _n mD
Hawkins, a radiologist who works Jeep 4
for Alachua General Hospital, said '
,women {should have their first Grand Wagoneer ,
jt mamogram in their middle thirties. a 0
Another exam every other year in
their forties and every year after
they turn SO. $26,495, .a ;
Breast cancer 'is the second ( & / TI p
leading cause of cancer death in # I
women, Hawkins said. '
About half the members attending :1989 JeepWrangler -----k L
have never had a mamogram. !
*'That amazes me," President. '
} Linda Kay Johns said. '
I Hawkins explained the procedureas

'a short not painful time. but uncomfortable. for SHRIMP! ,$8995.' (

The reasons women do not have
mamograms is because of fear and j'' \

i, ,denial, Hawkins said. I
"They don't recognize the need for, CRAB! 1
', early detection," he said. '1989 'Dodge
Early detection may allow the patient -
i, to have a lumpectomy instead SS&tf" Daytona I
; of a, mastectomy i

., Bradford The price Hospital for; a is mamogram$75. Insura.icecompanies at FISH! Loaded NEW!I Loaded J

will pay for the procedure I
I If, it is ordered by a .
$1.1 995 j
Judge Tomlinson ,.
.Appointed by Gov. After Factory Rebate

;; To Circuit Bench '

'J. Alachua County Judge James L.. r These Previously-Owned: Vehicles 'Make Great.

,Tomlinson of Gainesville' has been Gifts. Too! Stop by and let ,us show you how'we can
appointed a Judge of the 8th Judicial
Circuit, according to a, represent have them ready for you 'at Christmas-time,
,tative of the office of Gov.Bob Mar-'
;'' tines who phoned the information to x lA
: The Telegraph Wednesday .afternoon .-
Nov.30. '87 Dodge ,1987 Suzuki i
Tomlinson, 58, 'received his law ::1987'Jeep ,
,degree in 1967 from the University of, v .. Grand Wagoneer Caravan Samurai""
s Florida. He was in private practice "'
with the firm of Scruggs and Carmichael $
in Gainesville, then with briefly'In r/aded$17;995 Loaded. ,995 $5. 995
f' Starke In partnership .attorney -

Terry Brown. E'C' I A L.
Tomlinson has served as county Seafood Dinner Jt? '86 Bronco H '86 Jeep Cherokee
judge in Alachua County since 1985. ,1987,.Olds 88 ;
.. Bradford County Judge George Shrimp,crab,fish,cole slaw il* .2 9 9 I Eddie Bauer 4x4 '4x4
i Pierce was one of three fmalists for french fries and hush puppies.AJ -
x '

.. the bench.appointment The vacancy to the 8th occurred circuit 4-Dr Loaded, $11, ,495- Loaded $9,995, i> ( $7,495

because of the retirement of Circuit
Judge Theron A.Yawn which is effective
'j Dec 31.Womans .. '86 Ford Ranger '85 Jeep '85 Chevrolet

Club Captain Ds 6CyL. Grand Wagoneer Monte Carlo.

I Dogwood-Sale Ivc Clean 5,495, $11,995 V8AC $5,495TERWILLEGAR
The Starke Womans Club will Seafood
have 1,000 dogwood trees for sale at I
a price too good to be true. In keep- A"" Use 100%Cholesterol
,,: ing with their efforts to beautify the Free Vegetable Shortening
city, the trees will be sold S for'1. ,
I The trees will be furnished by the WLDNISDDAY SPLC7Al. TUESDAY MONDAY SPECIAL'
.' Division of Forestry, so transportation
,', costs are all.that the club hopes Two-Piece Fish
( to recover. Fish Dinner' Dinner Chrysler Plymouth Dodge Dodge Trucks Jeep'. Eagle Inc.
The sale will start at 8 a.m.,Saturday *
December 10 at the Womans ft mtinIy $3.99 $2.29 141 W.,Madison Street .. Starke (904)) 964-9000 or 1-8OO-448-JEEP

Club 1,000 trees on Walnut, the supply Street.will With not only last Open: 8:3O ajn.to 7 pan.. Mon.Pr14 8:00 ajn.-5OO p.m. Saturday-dosed Sunday

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In Search of ,Better :, :. ",,:'':\

Just Ill-Conceived
Say "No" to Toll Road

'Law Enforcement < the majority, this will cut into the revenuesthe ly viable,and which will truly benefit us by

Editor Telegraph: toll roads will collect. In fact, in the'' ,serving our needs,will go begging for lack

control its expenditure.The appreciate your steadfast support for' face of an energy crisis, I believe it wouldbe of funding in the future. This means we
'In the past few Weeks, the Starke city very'litOe over our way of life.I wanted to share with you reasonable to assume that such traffic have to be very selective in targeting

council has come Under heavy fire in its city council approves the police( my views on the toll roads that are being as use continues the related to use pre-existing the roads would highway opt to to where we use our assets. We have to make
cannot afford
handling of the Police'' Department.resulting' ,budget, but strange things have occurred proposed throughout state.I which the new toll road is redundant. In our Investments half-cocked count, and in we the face of
in 'a board split 3-2 on pro within large budgets, not always en- vehemently, oppose current Florida toll road Dept building of almost every instance, save One or two, the many to complex go issues, variables, and
Transportation's toll road serves the same purpose as an ex-
cedures and a severe' loss of confidenceby visioned by the approving agency.Ed plan. It totally ignores Florida's need for a'' isting road a few miles away. trade-offs. and comprehensivestudy

city voters. Wall, newest member of the city w-polluting energy-efficient transporta- For instance, toll roads are planned. to identifying our future needs in the

JSy any standard, the problem has council, joined Silcox in calling for timeto 21st tional century network, DOT Instead(not, as so we gratuitously go into the)'I serve 1-10 from the Pensacola same purpose to Tallahassee now servedby; by,US face of our economic prospects our national

handled the council. review the situation asked Mayor billion and state goals, and demographic
been poorly by city provides us plans to spend forty 19 from the Tallahassee area to Lebanon unavailable to the DOT when

Three members of the council, which Biggs to appoint ,n acting chief for the dollars In''' a ten-year-long frenzy'' of Station i by US 301 from Jacksonville to the It patterns undertook was to develop the current road

interim and forego an election until the building the Tolllloads" I oppose the ''Ocala area; by I-7S from the Ocala area to' This is unfortunate,becauseits
building plan.
constitute have DOT
a majority, proposes
"Sixties-Era by 1-75 from Tampa to Ft. Myers;
regularly scheduled city election in the Tampa; wasted DOT'S time and
ment in railroading an immediate election to build and challenge the depart- by SR 40 from Ocala to Daytona Beach. unavailability
to fill the unexpired! term of former late summer. Wall would like for the ment's assertion that these roads meet the, This is not a complete list I out it reflectsthe our money. be realistic the
mayor to have called for applicationsfrom needs of the 21st Century) magnitude of the potentially wasteful Any plan proposal ,
chief: Jimmy Bowen.'This hardening of him DOT's plans could not have been better duplication which inherent in the result of local and regional inputs, and
would-be enabling may ,
position appears to be related to Commissioners applicants, designed to waste our energy resources, plan.Does. ,must address and safeguard our most

Charles Schaefer and Mayor' ,to choose' the best qualified individualfor pollute our air and our drinking water, it really make good sense to selectan precious assetsFlorida's natural beauty,

being unable get former the remainder of the Bowen term ,destroy Florida's natural beauty, and option which has the, certainty of a our air, our water and our way of life.
Bobby Biggs
in letter to postpone the day when we can again meet ,"double whammy"' effect? We know, If we are to compete in the world market
Acting Chief H.F. Wiggins appointed to Acting Chief Bill Reno, a our foreign trading partners on equal energy prices will escalate. What we don't with a revitalized Asia and Europe, maybewe

the position. the mayor, asked the, council to terms. I believe that the whole,"Sixties- know! iii how when I Opting for should Include some lessons they have
dispense with the special election, say- Era Toll Roads" concept now presented us ies- ra Roadyvad! $': not only burdens learned.They produce the goods they sell
Commissioner: Vernon Silcox, a 17 needs in one or two the po high prpbamlity in America with half the energy it would
Starke Police the DOT except possibly
the Department by be levied
ing ; additional taxes that will
ar veteran on the council, is correct in time to heal its wounds before suffering local instances, is unjustified, without when paying the revenue from the toll road is in- take us to make the same goods: They

his appeal to move slowly on filling the merit, and fatally flawed by a lack of adequate sufficient, but also subjects citizens to additional have educated their children built Im-
election. -
chief s position, using the'' interim to through an preparation and planning. While I losses when the commerce which pressive networks and energy-efficient and have mandated

make a study of the many serious pro- Former 'mayor Travis Woods' has can' understand DOT's seeming is.unwill bitter the roads facilitated slows or stops. An air quality, standards many than we have.
what 1 sure a
blems facing the Police Department, joined Schaefer and Biggs in calling for ingness to for address the special interests am industry energy efficient transportation network hither "NO" to the badly thought-out toll
pill for the twenty-first century
rind enacting ordinances to correct defiicnces. -' an immediate election,which can only' around the DOT, the time for rapid transit would designed minimize these effects. road system. "NO" to continuing to.delay

"' prolong the rather sad situation facing rail has come, and must be addressed now. One of the outgrowths of our the day when we start to invest in energy I

city residents. The three are taking the 'To do otherwise would in my view con budget/trade/deficits is that capital for in- efficient transportation networks. prge
Making changes with an elected chief stitute a major dis-service to every tax' vestment in America by Americans will you to say NO as well.
4t the helm Will be almost impossible' eaSY way out. payer in the State. become increasingly difficult to amass. Like millions of other concerned citizens
Silcox asked "Where is the we know that future energy costs over in Florida 1 am open to cogent plans that
Mnce the chief will do his utmost to pro- which we have no control can and most Consequently, if our increasingly scarce really address our needs in the coming

cct his own turf, a constant and con- : ?" but the question fell on deaf ears. likely will escalate exponentially.. If driving capital resources are misapplied now into century. _' Alexander deBodiscoKeystone '
funding wasteful projects, then we run the
"nous avocation with politicians becomes prohibitively expensive for real risk that projects that are economical- Heights
council to slowly
It behooves the move
Commissioner Silcox has stated
.imes that he does not want the many before filling the chief's position per- .
city which will remove Shift Eastward Near County' Line
council to appoint the chief, nor does he, manently of the, Police Department from jurisdiction the Corridor FORESTRY-
want the council 'to 'run the Depart-
council's supervision. ty. Only a very few people in Bradford
.nent. Silcox would like to look into the Editor, Telegraph: could from the road COUNTY

possibility adding a city manager; While the election has been set,, the The article In last week's Telegraph on County' profit .IN BRADFORD .
The need for a new road from Jacksonville || David W.:. Norton ,
who will have supervisor authority over council should review the' many problems the proposed Jacksonville to Tampa toll A link from By
to questionable.
f the Police Department facing the Police Department, including road:overlooked some very'important, con- the Brannan Tampa Field/Chaffee Road project County ForesterA

starting salaries, qualifications siderations. for the western to US, 301 near Lawtey 'would provide Christmas tradition each year'Is '
oJ :v.tMt\ : stated the;Police Department ,First, the proposed plans popular
'and the ofa; from
had for the chief possibility corridor do not include any plans for an in- 'ready access on good : highways going out to cut a tree.The day that our

a $500,000 annual budget' which single :county-wide law, enforcement. terchange, in the'Starke area. Local Jacksonville to Tampa. It would also keep family would go to cut the tree was aday,

city council appropriates;, retaining' agency., "" businesses will not profit from traffic Starke. from becoming another, bypassedtown. that,always looked forward to.,

";which passes by on an express highway, Christmastrees
RDOT insists Only recently, has 'growing
If the DOT that the western corgi'ridor
Second, the DOT is''Interested in purchasing needed effort'' should be become a reality in Florida Even
', is every
only a 400 foot wide path throughthe though most of this county is loaded with
Admits made to have it skirt residential areas.By
Moving the land it takes,
: It
county. pay woods where cut a natural tree
; value bringing the road along the western edge you
the depreciated
I but will not pay down of the treei are not well
of Camp Blanding to Route 230 before curving ,many young
( to it.
Quickly Toll 'Routes of properties adjacent ) to the southwest,the residential areas, shaped Christmas trees.
Too on If the road passes through the Country east of Starke and along Route 100A couldbe
Club the state will pay only for the strip it avoided. The property costs to the state, To get a nicely formed, well-shaped tree,
'uses. The rest of the course will be worth would be less and the reduction in the for Christmas, it takes four years of prun-
little afterwards; The club will be ing, shearing, mowing and fertilizing
base would be minimal.It .
Faced with massive opposition frpm exhibitions"! with imposing aerial maps very lucky to realize enough to put in a seven county Nature likes to grow her timber tall and

,Keystone/Melrose Lake Region op and intricate graphics, rather than true ', hole course elsewhere.'If is believed that the residents of Brad- straight, not very full with only a few bran-

ponents,the Department of Transportation hearings' where there is free I ford County should have as many rights as ches. But now there are, a few places
"public through hir her valued
the road passes ( snakes and the tortoises. and
the indigo gopher within a day's drive where you can go
has admitted that mistakes may give-and-take with questions from the residential areas, the county will lose part Our County Commissioners need to stand cut own fresh Christmas tree.Call me

,Jiave been made in a too-hasty assess floor and answers from the podium. Only of its tax base, both from the loss of the up for the interests of our county residents.. at l16 your<<28Cext.'qr! details.Iptd'annq4" .
""ment of toll-road ro tes through this 1 written comments were received. by condemned properties and from the CB.RuckdescheIRt.lStarkem

'jjerea+ and have extended the deadline DOT and,Greinem questions> that will depreciated values of the adjacent proper, ".' ?j( itr:' bout'Christmas
'"" ties. Toll roadadon.'t pay to the\ coup a'-dom 'df. tI\i northern
for public input for, an indefinite period.In probably never answered directly to as populat'

the questioner. This is not our, idea of a before, won't it? varieties. Native, species surh as Red
Our Rural AreaIs Cedar,Virginia,Sand and Spruce Pine can
Lately should
the storm of protest that has "public hearing", Perhaps politicians and planners 'be as well-formed as northern trees.
arisen from environmental] and Constantly Under Firet I be given common sense tests so they could Florida Christmas trees will be fresh, and
groups Drawing lines on a map based on a be rated on a scale from zero to ten ((0-no
individual property owners in Keystone helicopter flyover is no way to pick a toll First it was enlarging prison popula-' horse-sense to even know head from tail-. you can guarantee this by going to cut it

Heights Melrose Micanopy and other road routeeven a preliminary one.: tions... then plans to build a hazardous to lo-recognition of not-enough-need, to yourself

towns along the two proposed routes in DOT officials seemed blithely unaware waste facility now a super-duper express warrant spending non-existent money. Take a few precautions before and after

this area, the question has arisennot that the corridor they drew around road. Why are our attacked peaceful the rural"needs"of areas Judy; Miscally you purchase a tree from a sales lot. The
constantly : by Lawtey
WHERE the toll road should but IF being key is choosing a fresh tree, and keeping it
\' go, Camp Blanding on the west side cut other { c
t, t indeed it should be built at all. A third The facilities in BradfordUnionBaker fresh throughout the holidays by makingsure
across DuPont property, including prison Boy' Scout ThanksEditor it always remains moist. Holding
counties have certainly had a
I alternative would be to expand existing valuable unmined ilmenite ore beds anda So the bad stands with water pans for the tree are
economic on us.
: highways, such as ,U.S. 301 which' multi-million dollar "dry mill" at the positive public image has impact been swallowed, along Telegraph available in most stores.Most people don't

( '. already follows a path from ,Jackson- Highland mine site. They were likewise with the good aspects of these necessary Boy Scouts Cub Scouts, and Explorersin realize that a good-sized tree in a warm

-Vllle to Ocala that virtually parallels the that the alternate corridor facilities, because society's "bad apples' Bradford County: recently joined other living room can drink as much as a gallon
unaware of water in 2+hour check the
a period, so
proposed toll. At Qcala 301 traffic could had to be punished somewhere. So why not Scouts nationwide by collecting donated
around the east side of ,canned food for distribution to the needy. water daily.,This Is the only maintenance,
here ,
Banding ? ,
,,. 'shift to 1-75 to reach the Tampa Bay traverse lands that Camp But then the move began to'' build a AU food that was,collected locally will the tree neds once it's in place.

area, or continue on to Wildwood and would like to acquire for expansion of its hazardous. waste treatment facility stay in our own community.'Bags were is
How do know if tree fresh Giveit
take the Sunshine Parkway to Miami. facilities, and on,down the line ,would ,because of all the wastes generated by the distributed to homes all over Starke and in the tug,you pinch and drop a test Gently tug
of Florida. So not it In many outlying areas on Nov 12 and then
devastate the 9,000-acre Ord-" entire State why 'put the needles and see if any pull off the tree
U.S. 301 alternative owned the rural areas where there aren t many gathered on Nov. 19. ,, Bend '
Expanding as an ''way/Swisher Preserve that is to holler In comparison to the en- Even though churches and other easily. a single needle in half by pin-
people groups
''route has been(suggested by,the Brad' and operated jointly by The Nature Con. tire state, our three measly counties I are also gathering food for the needy the ching it between your forefinger and
thumb it shouldn't break.
ford County Economic Development, ,servancy and the Universityof Florida: generate zilch in toxic; waste, but they response was excellent. the tree about a foot off the Finally ground, pick and
in the wouldn't want this, ,"harmless" To the caring folks of Bradford would up
Corporation a letter commending :
exhibited 'at the drop it on its will not fall off'if
The map, would like to give thanks. Not only will the base'hneedles
of for 'its built in populous areas, now they my
the is
Department Transportation tree of
Tampa'meeting, shows a proposed new The fight is still continuing on this deadly needy be served, but the Scouts had the opportunity some
these trees have
foresight in starting plans now to meet toll road paralleling Interstate 10, just a Issue) to experience their Scout Oath- month may been cut overa'

Florida's transportation needs in the somewhere"' On I will do best... to ago.
few miles to the south, from Pensacolato Now, because "someone, my my help
next century. However, the EDC, Executive Tallahassee. Anyone who has ever ,might need a Jacksonville-to-Tampa other people at all times... After buying the tree, saw off about an

Committee said,:"We are ''not super-highway, just draw an imaginary 'The bags distributed were provided inch or two of the base. This will remove
driven this stretch of MO knows that it ''line through the woods and lakes and( without charge by Winn-Dixie. A word of the clotted resins and will allow the tree to
convinced at that '
adequate is' the least traveled ,Interstate, in ,spend more of that federal money that ,thanks to the local manager in Starke' absorb water when put it in the holding
consideration has been given ta other' Florida. The new toll road through the keeps the deficit growing daily After all, would be appreciated stand. Place its base in a bucket of water

alternatives than the proposed toll road. Panhandle would slice through ,the when the construction is finished,they can John Schmidt and lean it outdoors against the house for a
If they have it is fairly evident from the, lent a few trees and make some manmade ScoutmasterBoy while
to allow it to regain its shape. (Trees
,Eglin Air Force Base Wildlife Manage- ponds and that will be as good as Scout Toop 70, that often
that much
public outcry not information are shipped tightly packed get
or public input has been provided on the ment Area, as well as the Apalachicola smashed out of shape.) Inside, select a;
National Forest. Another instance, ap- will the
spot that place tree away from
other' We that
recognize ,parently, of not knowing' or 'not heat or air conditioning sources (fireplace

; you have a very difficult task but feel caringwhat,"untouchables" are along CountAgent's, NotebookFire 'vent, television etc)., Be sure it doesn't

that further consideration should be the route. block an exit path from the ouse.

\ given to other, alternatives before pro
After attending DOT's "show and Ant'Problems
; ceeding.
tell" session in Gainesville, one disturbed '

resident of Melrose pointed out some The'imported fire ant Is'' a small, aggressive carcinogenic. Qualifying-
,r" And the troubles'DOT is having with shortcomings in Greiner's Corridor ant that builds a rounded The imported fire ant causes damage
the Jax somewhat conical nest mound often 2 that is difficult to measure in dollars, Its For Election'
to Tampa routing is only the tip ,Feasibility Study,:, or results City
painful, burning sting pustulesthat
of the iceberg., A grandiose plan for ,or 3 feet across.However, in sandy soil the
maintain may take up to ten days to heal. If
: ', building $10 billion worth of toll roads' need for additional mound does not its shape. broken the become infected.
1. There Is no proven There are two species of imported fire pustule may City Clerk Neil Tucker reminds all
."." through hundreds of thousands of acres' roads between Tampa and Jacksonville now ants.The black imported fire ant,Solenop- Some people exhibit an allergic reaction to' would-be candidates for Starke ,

of Florida's most treasured lands was, or 20 years from now.' sla richteri. was imported to the U.S. in fire ant stings. Such a reaction may cause Chief of Police that qualifying for

',,' unveiled at a recent meeting in Tampa 2,The Initial corridor proposals are basedon 1918 or earlier.This ant now occupies onlya dividuals paralysis have or heart died attack.result A of few In-; the elective position begins at noon

.: where two former' DOT heads, and, a superficial"paths 01 least resistance" small area in Alabama and northern to fire ant as stings a ,but this allergic is Monday, Dec. 5, and runs to noon'
responses very
studies with real analysis of hydrologic: The red imported fire ant
i no MisisslppL Friday! Dec. 9.,
: number of legislators' and transportation im untilabout rare. More people die from bee stings than
environmental ,
; Impact, Impact or people Solenopsis invicta, was not imported
representatives from the state's pact. 1940, and has achieved its fire ant stings. In order to qualify, a'candidate'

fl, major, metropolitan, areas, gathered to '3. There is no convincing argument that existing remarkable spread in only 40 years. This Fire'recreational ant mounds in yards, playgroundsand hazard to must be registered to vote as a
areas are a
: review the awesome network of toll roads le. U.S. 301) could not be ant presently Infests more than 230 million children and pets. On farms, mounds may resident of the city,and put
up a $1.310 fee
;\; toads, interstate freeways, and various augmented/expanded to, meet 'population, acres in, Louisiana Alabama,, Arkansas Mississippi Florida North, cause damage ,to machinery used to not refundable qualifying which is
Georgia )
'. needs. In addition farm laborers
: expressways that would cover Florida Carolina, South Carolina and Texas. harvest crops. ,
like a ,huge spiderweb' i.:'ever com 4.;, Information prepared I by>> DOT and Since 1957,cooperative state and federal may refuse to work on land where ants are The city election be held Tues'
1 pleted. Greiner, Inc.. is Incredibly superficial., programs have been conducted to retard prevalent because of the numerous stings day, January 24, will fill the unex
(, they could receive. Fire ants sometimes pired term of former chief Jimmy
of fire to the
the spread ants survey
'y');f( of ant infestations and to provide reduce the yield of farm crops by feedingon Bowen, which ends Sept. 30, 1989.
is' it that Florida seeds and seedlings A
'He :: Why germinating
relief to farmers and residentsof
,, Critics say the layout is typical of the' population/transportation studiesare temporary significant reduction in yield of soybeans 'The ballot is expected to also ask

:' 'way Florida has handled its road boom consort with heavily Infested areas. has been noted in fields infested with 40 to city voters if they want commission -
not done In agencies have
In the regulatory
projects up to date..Too often, they say, ongoing scientific studies that havea been involved with efforts to control or 50 colonies per acre. to appoint the chief or it
want to continue the
they position aselecUve
'.' : ,lines are hastily drawn on a map direct bearing on Florida and our eradicate the red Imported fire ant in The Florida Dept, of Agriculture: & .- If elective\ ,-voters will Indicate

:,\, on information gleaned from a rom, ability to sustain population growth: ? various areas of the southeastern United Consumer Services will make AMDRO their preference in requiringthe

puter, with ,little thought given to the States. The pesticides heptachlor and available at reduced prices to farmers, chief to meet minimum police
dieldrin were used to control fire ants from landowners and the -
that general public today
s II.' consequencesand even less alU-nUu' > Those are good questions standards.
1957 to 1962.Mirex was the pesticide heavi-
Dec. from
(Thursday 1) 8am.tU4pm.at
paid to the public'reaction. The three need to be ,answered, along with ly relied upon for fire ant control from 1962 the Agriculture, Building parking lot at the 'Tucker

"''Public Information Meetings" held by several hundred others if to 1977. However, In 1978 mirex was banned fairgrounds on,North US 301 in Starke. *."V.1,7 p said.m-.with polls absentee will be open 7

, I DOT and its Tampa consulting firm. DOT/Greincr ever decide to hold -, by the EPA because mirex residues Costs are $4 per pound or $75 per 25 available on or about Dec.; 23,ballots
osh found In non-target organisms and pounds. If you have a fire ant problem,
Greiner. Inc. have Peen likened "art real honesl.to-- public hearings.: .
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December 1.1988 TELEGRAPH. Page 51\ .1 I

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", I Ha/Hie Ward, Denny"/,George j'

fit "I
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,1,." Announced ,
holiday Engagement
i :,
, ing J

" section.County The engagement of j

< The a'rt Hallie Lynn Ward,

4 the daughter of' Lorraine, .
" Araquistain of Orlando ;'
:, "t'I : in full N rt1 and Jerome Ridaught of ""I

," '. tures. / t Branford, to Joel Denny '(
-I George son of Mr. i :
Spanish Mrs. William George of i
\ being a Starke, has been announced -
of '!
1 Jita The wedding Is set for :
Dec. 17 at 2 p.m. in the .
The zi J First Baptist Church of 'I
Jan Kerstetterand wand w Palatka.
James CribbaKerstetterCribbs dreams I The bride elect. is a 'I
w 1982 graduate'of) ''I
ferent : Palatka High School <
'sr and has 'an associate '

The arts degree from St "
To Marry Dec. 17 Johns River Community
food to College. She will be at'y'y
( tending the University '
For ,
Mr. and Mrs. William Kerstetterof
of North Florida
Little Rock Ark., announce the dated, Steve Jacksonville in in I'j f
engagement their daughter Jan '
January. '
Kerstetter, to James Cnbbs,'son of eating A. : The groom-to-be is a ,
Ed and Carolyn Conklin of Starke Mona, 1980 graduate of Brad-' '
and Charles Cribbs of Gainesville. J
of ford High School and a
Jan is a sophomore In Business at 1985 graduate of the
Santa Fe Community College In
a University of Florida.
Gainesville, and is employed by the over to He graduated with a 'l J
Educational Credit Union. Her bachelor or science 1
fiancee, James Cnbbs is grandsonof The Jlallie Lynn Ward and. Joel Penny. George degree and an electrical :
Mr, and Mrs. Gordon'Jones of't ? engineering degree. He' ,

: eand, he is employed by Jiffy is employed with I
a BS Exec. Board'Meets' Dec. 7 Florida Power & Light i
Their wedding will be December17th : of Company. i
at the Bayless Highway Baptist cooing ( The Executive Board of the Woman's All friends; and
Church of Starke. The wedding will Club will meet on Wednesday. Dec. 7 at 12 relatives '
Tea, to are invited to '
: the Christmas
noon at clubhouse. The
.i be Bahamas followed, by, a honeymoon in the ly Dr.of be held Wednesday, Dec. 14, will, lake the attend the ,wedding ,.,I

of place of the regular monthly meeting, ceremony. I
Mrs. ,
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New ,y n5\

{ Mr. & BS in "
Arrivals Cove 1983 Happy Birthday '1,1;

( Eric
: '
Sherah Victoria Martin Mr. & UNCLE f ::1
Hill, FI.The : 0
:. George and ,Vicki Martin of
Lawtey announce the birth of their at
daughter Sherah Victoria, born Oct. Park. BUTCH
Alachua General Hospital,
,nerah iS-month-old Garifelle.\ '
Maternal r;r r
AllenFreeman ty
grandparents are '
Sr. and the late Betty by a fish, We Love You
: m., on ,
Freeman of Covington Ga. the '
Paternal grandparents are Ina, Sr & ; Shelley and Amanda,
:Martin and the late Gary Martin of both ;\
Lawtey. Smith

f' Beck', Eric
Courtney'Noeie tist\
Terry and Christy Beck of Orlando PARTIES.
announce the birth of a daughter
Courtney' Noele on Nov. 15 In
? Florida South Hospital of Orlando. ,: SPECIALTY
: Courtney weighed 5 lb. 13 oz, and
measured 18 3/4 inches long. At: II
Maternal grandparents are Rev. it 'There

Mrs. John Strickland of Starke. ,day,
.Great-grandparents are Mr. & Mrs, ,Victory
:. Ray Davis of Orlando and Mrs.: =4' 'l' w -

Christine Strickland of Babson Wind, M'EVE(sOf if(IH1<

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*. immediate families are welcome to enter but there in the'Bradford High School game each week

; # w' Is a limit to one entry per person each week. (except,the Tornadoes open:week- In that case we
, -" *i 2) The entry must be on an official blank from the will use the Gator game) as tiebreaker. Please fill
/ '// TELEGRAPH and must be dropped off at the in the points you think will be scored by the

j TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday Tornadoes (Gators) and their,.opponent combined
,< afternoon. Fill in all the blanks with either the name' in the,tiebreaker blank. For instance,lithe score In

:. ,..,. of the team you think will win or"tie" if you think" the Tornado,game was Tornadoes 19. Opponents; 7,
J" J the-game will end in a tie. The person who picks the correct score was'26 points.
' 4))All decisions of the will be final.A second
r the most names right will win the top prize. judges
tiebreaker will be used If necessary.' <

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.'1, ROSALEE BROCKINGTON'HUNTER NOTICE I I. hereby given that on Mon.
.:",' ",J./;/ ,,'ri .1J./ J.'. Wife. day. December 12, 1988, at 10:00 o'clock By DoloreS Meng Jackson-yule. ''Isterlachen
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:\\It::, NOTICE OF ACTION: A.M.,, the undersigned, Gator Phone 40H-I91S
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CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE: Frelghtway, Inc., will tell at public auction and Hampton Lake
-: NO PROPERTY ,for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Zoo Open House... area.

,. '. COUNTY, FLORIDA JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD Residence, Unknown 'on.' lot of Tit, preps, consigned to will be held at the Santa Fe Teaching dusky, Ohio, visited her brother
; PROBATE DIVISIONFII.Number88.95CP FORD COUNTY FLORIDA YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Comm. Officer, Tyndalle AFB. Flo., Zoo in Gainesville,from 10 a.m. until and families, the Paul and Francis '
I;. ."1M;;,, CASE NO. 88.465-A dissolution of marriage hoi.been filed one lot of compressor consigned to ,,2 p.m. Besides the usual interesting Meng ,
" .' 1". ,I'iI"", : Division 1-3974 THE FARM CREDIT BANK OF COLUMBIA, against you, ;and' "you ore ;required! to Flagler County Heat* AC, Bunnell, Fla., animals and birds visitors wiU be flmill"rldaY. had as ",',
" / :';)\\1.;:, IN RE:' ESTATE OF Plaintiff,, .serve a copy of your written defense, if one lot of paper napkin, consigned to permitted to see the baby Japanese Thanksgiving week guests her ".
; .'r"' \ WILBUR CARL CONE, SR. v* ,any to It on Eugene F, Show, Husband' ailllam Music Store, Gainesville, Fla., Deer, the American Bald Eagle and daughter and family George and t
,' ; \, o/k/o WILBUR Ci CONE, EDWARD J. WAGNER and MARY K. attorney, whose address If WS-E North to satisfy freight and storage charge!! the baby Black Swan. Everyone la Nancy Rozboro of HopeweU''Jet. '
'' WAGNER his wlf. CHARLES REDING under the of Section 4b of
: "" Deceased : Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091 provision ( ) welcome) N.Y. and their' .sons, Steve and
:. ,; "r NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe and PATSY R. REDING, his wife: on. or before December 12, 1988, ands Uniform Standard Bill of lading.: Tony, also Mr. Mrs. Steven Roz I
.:. : administration of the estate of HERIBERT GOUDREAU and LOUISE file the Gator Frelghtway,Inc.Carrier, .
original with the clerk of,this Thanksgiving Guests. boro of New Port Richey.
"., ,J Wilbur Carl Con., Sr., a/k Wilbur C. .GOUDREAU, hi* wife:: LA COE and court either before service on Husband's .. Mrs. Louisa Mattheus accompanied \
,r Cone, Deceased. File Number 88-95-CP, THOMPSON P.A.:GATOR DOOR SUP attorney or thereafter 14-818069 Visiting Bill and Jewel Young for Folkston .
Immediately : her Glen of on
t PLY COMPANY, 1NC and the UNITED 13-347619 did 7/20/88 the holidays their ton
were daughter and 1
',. It pending In the Circuit Court for Brad- otherwise a default will be entered ( Arcadia where they
Thanksgiving to
',". ford County, Florida,. Probate Division\ STATES OF AMERICA; against you for the relief demanded In1 -435928 did 9/21/88 family, Virginia and Bill Kellum and spent the weekend with her daughterand
the address of which I I. Draw.r B, Def.ndants.NOTICE the petition. i Control 0911 son Keith of Raleigh, N.C.
son-in-law Cecile and MarcusLanier
', '.[ Stark OF ACTION :2tchg 12/1-8 Thanksgiving weekend at the Paul ,
Florida 32091. TO: HERIBERT GOUDREAU and LOUISE DATED on this 4th' day of November and Pam and. Scott Wilson (
'" Th. names and addresses of the pert 1988, -""" Meng home was busy with relatives ':
GOUDREAU Defendant and all partiesclaiming' NOTICE OF SALE't and children of West Palm Beach.
,' 1, tonal representative and the p.rsonalr.pres.ntatlvi GILBERT*. BROWNA. and friends coming, from .
Interest by, through, under or FOR NON-PAYMENT Enroute home they stopped in Tam
I:, :,:, s attorney are set forth .Clerk of Court.
against QF STORAGE UNIT pa a .
and '
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' "r'.. ,,'S '.{) Interested or. required to LOUISE GOUDREAU, and all 'parti.sclolminf : Contro10892 Notice I I. hereby given pursuant to Casste Dan LeVasseur of '
i person ( to-have any right, ttrle or In. \ 4fchg lt/10-12/1 Florida Statute 83.806 that on Monday, Charlotte, N.C. visited her parents ,['
tl.//: I ; file with this court, WITHIN THREE MONTHS bated this 28th day of Nov.mb.i>. .
,'. OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS fer.stIn the property h.r.ln described. Dec. 12, 1988 11 a.m.. a sale will beheld 1988. Joe and Ruth Riddick for the
:, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on ac at 1 Unit 1 18, Starke Mini Ij
Blug. GILBERT S. BROWN Thanksgiving Holidays. Other family -
:,\ NOTICE: ((1)) all claim against the estate \
: ," ;'. and ((2)) any objection by on Interested tion to forecloseo, Mortgage on the Storage, Stoke, Fla., phone 473-2730, CLERK CIRCUIT COURT members joining them were their '/
I'. ). person on whom this notice wa served following property In Bradford County, "v This tale Involve property of the follow. Control 0910 sons, D.J. and Danny, Sheryl, ...
Florida: REGISTRATIONOF ing tenant and what I I. believed to be 4tchg12/1.22 Clayton and baby Kelly. Ruth's '
the of the will
), I ': that challenge validity) Th. South 922.4 feet of the SE 1/4 of ,
the of the personal FICTITIOUS NAMES parents, Mr. &Mrs. Raymond Baxter ','j
;,. .' qualification r
; the SE 1/4 of Section 35, Township 7
' .IJ ;" representative, v.nu., or jurisdiction of I, tIr.-uiId..lgn.d. being duly ..won.do Jackie Richardson, lawtey, Fla., of Hawthorne also had "
West of State .
'. \", '. the Court. South Rood Rang. 22 East, lying hereby declare under oath that the.name Household good. IN THE' CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH Thanksgiving dinner with them. ...\
I 100.
of all persons Interested In the A tale of the entire content of unit JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Among visitors of the Romeo
Less and Exc.pt all ,oad.'ond ;
: will be mode the bidder. If
business' or profession carried on under'the to highest no COUNTY.
,.,: SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. right of Said lands containing 25 Parado family Were Kenny Novak
way. bidder, the sale will be conducted
',' Publication of this notice wa begun name of PHYSICAL THERAPY OF pursuant CASE NO, 88665CA'IN Hartford '
\'. acres, more or less;or. located In Bradford .... to rental between and his father of Conn.. i 1
November 24, 1988. STARKE FITNESS CENTER, and the agreement : occupant RE,-The Marriage of
County. Florida. who spent several weeks with them.
, Personal Representative: lent of the Interest of each Is as follows: and owner HERSHELL ELAINE DVALj., \
hot been filed and ore
against you you '
CARL .JR. NORTH FLORIDA THERAPY. INC., a 2tchg 12/1-8 Husband,
; required to serve a copy of your written .Florida Corporation, Over the Hill Party... r

I, I',J.. ..;; 6640 Hollywood McClellan fI.| Str..t 33024Attorney defense. If any, to Plaintiff It on JOHN McE Extent Interest 100% .IN THE CIRCUIT, COURT. EIGHTH v.TAMERA D. DYAL Randy and Sallye Scoggins entertained f;
1 -< for P.rionalR.pr.s.ntative MILLER ESQUIRE. attorney, NORTH FLORIDA THERAPY, INC. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD .WIU. relatives and friends with a J}
Duval St.
whose address I I. 334 East ,
'.. '' : Jacksonville, Flo. 32202 on or before By Robert J.r.myFI.h.r, Jr, .FORD COUNTY. ,.FLORIDA NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Sat. night cookout. Festivities In'I
r'1; President
JI1', '" ) '. ", THOMAS E. PARNELL7 ESQ. December 8, 1968,' and Iii. the original 11/11-12/1! j FEDERAL NATIONAL CASE NO.MORTGAGE 88-405-CA : HERSHELl BLAINE DYAL cluded Sallye'' brother, Bill, being! 1 IJ
''I .' ./":., BALES GIBBS. McALVANNAH with the Clerk of this Court either before' ,4tchg RESIDENCE UNKNOWN honored with a pre-40th Birthday
, I" B PARNELL, p.". service on Plaintiff' attorney or immediately ASSOCIATION, a corporation' YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an oc- Bash. While seated in a wheelchair
I ",' P.O. Box 618 thereafter: otherwise, 6 Plaintiff, lion for dissolution of marriage has been decorated with black balloons, Bill "i

I, ., 'i.\\)!t ,\',: Dode City, Fl. 34297-0618 Default will be entered against you for v KENNETH* L. TETSTONE, etc., .t al., flied against you and you are required to opened appropriate gifts and read ,Ij.
.',',' ..'yf1 Phone (904)) 567-8343 the relief demanded In the Complaint or serve a copy of your written defenses, If off the encouraging messages writ- .. :'\\ut!
,41uf, '' Control 0905I' Petition. ,Defendants.NOTICE any, to It, on the P.tltlon.r/WII. at. '
: ten for him. He was then presented, I
torney. who. name and address It: .
0' 1988.
""Y'I' ,}I';,' '; 2tcholl/24-12/I DATED On. November REGISTER Notice I I. hereby given that, pursuant with a decorated birthday cake. The :,
: f't :' 1 .*',!: NOTICE{ OF INTENTION > "' Clerk of the Court .FICTITIOUS NAME to an order era summary final judgmentof Johnny R. Hobbf. Jr.. P.A. fun concluded with a hayride and
,: ,:' ,,:,., :," ,;,(,, TO REGISTER Control O89S Pursuant to Section B65.09.,'F/orldq/ foreclosure entered In the obove- F, O. Drawer 938 oyster roast. ?,
.", Wo',, ;" FICTITIOUS NAME "lchgll/1o-) Statute, notice I I. hereby given that the Captioned action I will ..lIlh. property Stork.. Fla. 32091 ":
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida undersigned Lloyd Gllpln, 604 Melton situated In BRADFORD COUNTY, Florida, and file the original with the Clerk of the STARKE
Statute, notice I I. h.r.by given that the Terrace, Starke, Flo. 32091, sole owner described a*:: abov.-ttyl. Court on or before January
': .,' undersigned Richard Freese, 1002 W. doing business' under the tirm" name of lot Three ((3)) of Block V In WHITE 2, 1988; otherwise o {judgment may be CHURCH OP GOD -
St., Starke, Florida 32091, 'sole Brother Melton ', ACRES SUBDIVISION a* recorded in Plot I .
"4. Pratt Gilpin Drywall 604 T.r entered against you for the relief 432 N. ST. CLAIR 064-5445 '
\ owner, doing business' und.r the firm .race,, 'Starke, Flo. ,33091 intends to'/' Book 2, page 73 of the public record of demanded In the Petition.: I '
name of Cat.' Gourmet, 452 N. Temple IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTHJUDICIAL' register said fictitious name under.,.the. Bradford County Florida WITNESS my hand and the teal of told ,I L. John Spratlln. Pastor
Avenue Starke, Fla. 32091, Intend to CIRCUIT. 1N AND FOR BRAD- "}aforesaid statute.' -of'public sale, to the highest and best court on this 29th day of November '; WenVire you to worship with ua.,
register said fictitious. name under the FORD COUNTY FLORIDA Dated this ,17tK day .of, November; bidder for cash at the front door of the 1988.: : Attended Nursery

,.;.(:' It'o. k aforesaid statute. CASE NO 88641CAIn 1988. In Bradford County. .", Bradford County Courthouse In Starke.:' GILBERT. S. BROWN, CLERK Sunday School .,j...*;, lOam '
Dated this 11th day' of ,November Re: The Marriage of 4tpd 1117.128 Florida, at 11:00: a.m., on December 22, Control 0912 Morning Worship ;,..,., ,11am
1988. In Bradford County.. SAMUEL HUNTER' Control 0899 1988.. '4tchg 12/1.22 Evening Service '.r,..., 8pm '
I 4tpd 1117.129r. Husband' Wednesday. Youth ."...' ''7:3Opm
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Auto Marina Cycle Batteries Starke 964-5274 ,

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Andrews Drugs'For Statek i- !'. And as you passed It by Its ImtliBtitt.Va stye..e.rn.d ro .j
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Office) & Typing Services ol prices ; You Would.
24 HR Wrecker Service at the church ol your choice Kinds 'affordable 964-6833 661 N.Temple Ave.. 9646810SAWDER B42 N. Walnut a 064-6732 I
'1018 N. Temple 964-646} 1837' Raiford .Rd. 964-7777 HWY 301 S.
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Officers Starke 964-7200 heating or Air Cond. Needa Computerized

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Allen's Office Supplies STARKE LANES AII I Insurance WESTERN STEER FAMILY EPPS MOTORS. Sales & Service '?

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CHEVY rear ,axle% *TON, transfers 4x4 PARTS, transmissions front 'and, 151' TRI.HULL Boat, two: motor, 'SOhp SEVERAL$35: solo ITEMS$35, chest Simmons of rollaway drawer |bed 20r; Temple, Stdrka:

.Ic. 9649813 TFc. M.rcury. 7'/thp Evlnrude, built-in gas playpen $30.; table A 4 chairs $45.: 1979 ONE ACRE, LOTS with mobile home
lank 18 gal.. trailer With buddy bear.ings Ford Fairmont station wagon ready to move Into. Several to choose ceceila Terwlll ar
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AMFMtereo, 'chrome tape'ploy.r wheels, new; powerbootler point good condition $2500. 964-8251. 209 EAdklns .. SEWING MACHINE, Singer Industrial, than r.nt: Lowdown\ payment; from INVESTORS DREAM) One Acrelnslde city, on tax roll $3500 S 1,700;

,'( f fob 9646540. 4tchg 11/24-12/15 11/17TF, 110 motor for home u... $350. $It,500. 9644238 10/27TF CROSBY LAKE LOT Cleared 100 ft.on water. Reduced to$ 17,000

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,window out (In, back $350 964.266/ $ LAND FOR SALE ALL ELECTRIC HOSPITAL BED) feet head port 2 BR, 2 ba, fully furnished pecan FINE HORSE FARM of 40 acres, located on Hwy 235 15 minute from Starke, 3

after 6pm, 2tpd/ 11/24-12/1 and bed A ''down. Excellent A p.ar trees Appraised at 27500. BR/lBa 70-yr-old home. CH&A, 6 stall barn, pole barn, tool shed utility
i' goes up estate sale $23,000. Hwy 225 (BaylessHwy
197' CHEVY "4 TON PICKUPS 350 '
100 ACRES! six room house and barn. condition Orthopedic mattress. ), 4 mile South of SR 100. 3 miles building training track I
", 7 engine<2 3287., new tires, $1400 negotiable, Owner will finance, $200Q/Acre, Jerome Grlffls: 356-0044 or Mildred North< of SR 16; Estate of E.S. 011"... LIKE HUNTING 1/2 Acre, 1873 s f. frame home, 3 BR, 't Ba LR. FR. DR;
Phone.964.7771 or 964.4537. 10/20TF Grlffls. 964.5409. No Collect Calls 3t 904.471-1245. 4tpd 11/24.12/15 situated In the BEAUTIFUL WILDLIFE AREA OF UNION COUNTY SR 225 Northof
l; 71 CHEVY TRUCK ton SWB 6 cyl 28,000
SHORT ON CASH7T 12/1-15 FOR SALE, 3 mobile homes..$5.000 for Raiford
,It'( tick work shill hor..new. 1630 clutch. 964.etc.2966.Rum 964 great.2382. NO Down Payment land I SEVERAL ITEMS Door and windows, all three. Call 782-3894. Itpd 12/T COUNTRY STYLE LIVING on Florida water at Its finest I 800 of paved winding
Itpd 12/1 Package deal en land ..nd'.w' new and used Other building supplies 14x70. CAPELLA MOBILE HOME) 2 BR. 2 driveway to this Superb 3500 sf home This home has beautiful wooden floors,

'11 CHEVETTEi run good body good. mobile home with *"'up". 1 acre -up. Used file cabinets, gas heater A few ba CHSA exc. cond. 964-7680 alter 6 carpet vaulted ceilings, 4 level of (living space, large foyer, eat.In kitchenwith
$1200 OBO 964.2868.Itchg 12/1, Many with large' oaks. and acres of other |funk or merchandise.Ricks p,m. on weekdays. Itpd 12/1 new built.in appliance; formal dining room large living C family room

:: 1'M EUROSPORTi extra cl.on, fully. UNDERGROUND (No Mound) ,septic Salvage, 964.5184. Itpd 12/1 1979 GUERDON MOBILE HOME 14x60, with fireplaces 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, 21/ bath. Inside utility room, 3 sunbathing -

'. loaded/ low mil....".. $7500, ,Call tonkill I SEVERAL ITEMS Baldwin organ $50; AC plus 200 amp box with pole, wood deck., 100 ft. on Lake Geneva, 2'/ acres, with sprinkler system, large
964-4133 otter 5 p.m. Itpd 1'/1 RALPH BRYAN REALTY bunk bed with mattresses $200; paneling throughout. $500 and allum.paym.nl. oaks, azaleas, dogwoods, camellias, located on SR 31'. S. Keystone Ht.,
961.887ECOMMERCIAL table and chairs, $10. Call 96.01.4137 ., must be moved Joy Warren .
'W7 DODGE lAM AC. AM/FM/ tereo, Assumable mortgage Must see to appreciate
,. .4 peed, 'S. payoff $7500, Colt. after 4 p.m. 2tchg 12/1.8 old dryer Starke. 964-2639 after' '4.30 p.m. AFFORDABLE $53,000,1023 E. Call St.. 3BR, \ Vt bath CH&A. cable.ready,
", 468.2440. 4tchg 12/1.22 PROPERTY washer, Call 12/1. stove' refrlg. 1596"f.. approx.' acre lot
533-2242 after 5:30. 2tchg I
:' radio one owner, 58,000 actual miles. ft MICROWAVE: Mognovon 19" color Spanish-style home, 3450 s.f., 10 acres:sprinkler .yst.m.-4, BR. 21/ ba, formal
Good condition, good tr! 'i. 533.2366. kitchen FR brick fireplace, pool ceiling fan. 2
TV $125; Sear, apt size microwave LR, fully equipped Ig. patio.
,; Itchg 12/1 ': BUILDING FOR RENT! $75. Call 964-6014. Itpd 12/1 S9S: stops garnishments cor garage new roof zoned Agrl., 2 ossum mtg $135,000
: '11 1 BRICK RIVIERA! nice car, belt offer Downtown Storke. $200 monthly. Can and bill collectors. Complete
I SEVERAL ITEMS Antique. Primitive, lawsuit KEYSTONE HTS Spacious, quiet country living, 3 BR 2 Ba, Ig.'FR. klt/DR com-
I 9647874., 2tchg 12/1,8 Phone remodel to suit, at 'negotiable price, Large collection of old stuff. Wagonwheels preparation of" all legal documents bo, 2000 ..f..CHSA.city water 2 septic tanks...c, cond. Sale priced I $ 55,000

96.01.6305, John. TFjm washpots, crosscut sows, hay Paralegals I.Boo.444.7435, Legal STYLISH BRICK HOME 601 Folrlone St., 3 BR, 2 Ba; carpet, ceramic tile; CHSA
:, (( HOMESFOR OFFICE SPACE 500. .q. ft.,for'rent on "rake.. Iron pots, bottles, jars, crocks, Alternatives, Inc. fconW..NTlD..OVEU..nRSI appliances and blinds remain 1,364 ..f. $ 63.000
Hwy 301 Apply at Durronce Prominentphysician
SALE Pump t Supply, 96.01.7061. 8/25TF tools, furniture, more See Clifford at famous hospital discovers, 1125 NEIL COURT) 3 BR,,1 Ba, carport, OWNER FINANCINGI! $33000
STORES FOR LEASE! ocro.s from Thompson. 1 \'A miles East of Callahanon breakthrough In weight loss, 207 ALVAREZ CT 2 BR, 1 Ba. frame fenced yard $ 17.500
JLFt/"a':;/"" ';.t $21.000 CUTlEt KOA/Walmart 964-8848 or eve ALA 879-4253 3tpd 12115OUTBOARD Johnson '88 Volunteer* needed to validate result N.W. 29th AVE) 4 BR, 2 ba, stucco t frame,20.7 acres, CHSA $79400

1'1 ,;, 'st; I 2BR frame with central heat A air utility 473-3627. 11/3TF model MOTOR condition.15hp 609 Collins, Receive amazing computer personality" BETHEL CHURCH RDt 3 BR, 1 ba CB. wood floors, 1185 s f., 5 acres, 60.000

t''I" ".' ,.', room, carport t .10"'.. Have Include I 100 SQ.fT, OFFICE BUILDING for'r.nt. Place. Storke new 964-60uS, I I'pH '2/1 profile free. Call 216-867-6564. fcon CONERLY ESTATES BR, 2 ba, FP. 1800 ..f.. easy financing $83000
(\Ii .," .... Neat e. pin CUT TO THE BONE 858 N. McMahon St, Call .964.8292Stehg PORTABLE HEATER Kerosenei, 10000 FOR INFORMATION ON ZERO COUPON CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin.98 ft. on water 1BR/1 Ba 90,000

I'.':' for quick, lalel 12/1-15 BTU Sears, used very little $60 cash high yielding corporate bonds, or OTC GRAHAM 3/2. 2.78 Ac.. 1930 *.f.,CHSA '$ 05.000SO
!d'-,!,' ,' :'? RALPH BRYAN REALTY 782-3360. Itpd 12/1 stocks, contact Patrick Colby. Tai Pan CHIC SO CHEAP) newly remodeled 3BR, IBa. freshly
964.8S7f FOR SALE I'HMUSICAL ANTIQUE SECRETARIAL OAK DESK price Securities, Winter Pork, Fla. painted new carpet, 628 Pinewood St.', Reduced $28500

FOUR ACRES-CLOSE IN negotiable. Call 964.8898 before 9:30: Boo.B82-4726 Member NASD', SlPG; ROAD 230-El 2 story,CB ft frame 3 BR 1 Vi REDUCED $ '0.900

.With 3' Bedroom,' 2 lath from.,, only a.m. or after 6 p.m. fcan HWY. 225 2/1 frame, 3 stall barn,newly rewired 2 Ac $32,500 I
': $35000.RALPH INSTRUMENTS] As low ia. WOOD STOVE $100. Garage compactor KEYSTONE tOUNTRY CLUB: 3 BR t Ba. 1500 s f..wood from. $50000
SI4 99 month Call 96.01.6946. It
''I BRYAN REALTY t per aluminum $60. 782.3287. Itchg 12/1 R.V.s. CAMPERS BROOKER 3/2 brick and from., Shady Oaks S/D extra lot $44000
., '. 964.B87I ORDER NOWI Homemade fruit cakes TRAILERS MENG DAIRY ROAD) 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB. CHSA. so near $40,000 I II
24x36' $25 each Great for 'TRAVEL
.', BRICK HOME! 3 bedroom,,, 2 both, den' measures and candles. Also greens, cut as Y9u"b"y
I," t with fireplace CHSA, 1 ocr. lot, larg. patching and i repairs. TELEGRAPH' 135, 9644401 'Itpd 12/1. ......LOTS ft ACREAGE......
'it; ,: 'fenced yard workshop. 4 mile We.t W. Call St. 964.6305, TF 1911 LLEGRO:27'' ft: motorhome.; low LOT *,GOLFAIR, Country Club; Estates '.11 acres','Make an Offer I $ 8,700

i y?''I' of Starke. SR 16.. Call 964-5032 or ALICIA HAY In rolls under barn Delivery. mileage, many' ..tro..964.7354 after HWY. 325 10 acre |loins Alachua County' line $35.500
available., Arthur Gosklns: 782 3727.
It; 964..95.2tpd 12/1.8 CONERLYEST..nS.Lat'2' $10,000
; SCHOOLSUNITED 5:30: p.m, 2tchg ,
II MICHIGAN STREET 2 Acres Inside city. S 10.000 ,
%{'. /, ,,' REAL ESTATE OAK WOOD FOR SALE 533-3474. 9/39TF RD. 100 EAST)1.37 acres,wooded and plotted $ 7000
I ) TRUCK MASTER Truck Driver $ 15,000
: LAWTEYt 5 acres 105th Ave., good Investment
OUT OF AREA i WOLFF Tanning Beds SlenderQuest Training D.O.T. certification, job fish wide '$ 36000
E 12
t")',' RD. 100 : acres plus pond open spaces
Passive' Exercisers Call for FREE colorcatalogue
(' placement assistance, financial aid BAPTIST CHURCH RD.i 20.16 3 wells;2 poles 50.000
Save to 50%
'i\.1\:: ,";. : OCALA NATIONAL FOREST!' Wooded 1;.800.835-3826. icon available, correspondence/resident' Please write P. O. Drawer 280 Storke, WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246. Fla. Frontier 15,000
: lot river $5450 Each Nomoney training accredited member NH5C
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down $65.41 monthly. Owner SEAT LIFT CHAIRS If you re a Medicare 'Call toll-free 1800-3463112 Headquarters Flo 32091. 4/7TF RENTAL, ON CALL STREET! I '

tll\IN\. t" 1-236-4579 or 1.622.2438. 1/7TF recipient with a qualifying condition : Clearwater, Florida' fcan CASH PAID for Power or Also Hond'Tool..ANTIQUE. Call for Commercial Listings I .
American made-only.
f call toll free number for more information
1 ( .. 18004454174. Icon CARS. 96.o1-B175 or'' .73.7473. 3tchg
,,; ;.' ,' Panama City end,! Destln (near
i<) \, ., Sealde). 2 BR. 2 bath. $94.900 with NEW. KITCHEN CABINET CHEAP After Hour
do kitchen for less than $100,
\ 90% financing available, Call collect Shelf available also Call 964-8136;. Ann rwlllegar Nelson. .,. .,u ., f t v. i." ..H. .....'. 473-7541
i' ((904)231-5898.) fcan ::: '
.1, '4.000 ACRESt between Ocala andGainesville. 964-4889. 3tpd 11117.121' f AL1'Y John Longford Master Appraiser, j. >', .x. '' t wa. .,, :4962291Paulin.Rondolph..i.tt

'" ; 260 acre near Oklawoha,tIt. HUNTERS SPECIAL*, pine'.gun cabinet, m j .,,j .. "I",.. .,9 4160"OYThprnton. I IUv
holds 6-12 2 out drawers, r.F-
liver' and Ocala National Foret. From guns pull ____ ; i '1; ...'. 964-4223
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I I-: $1500 Au., will divide IPS; CORP.F4 ., plenty of storage space underneath: ...-.... : .<1..t! Io .. L.13: l 6E .V.nlnOIn" .J i null+.woA Y-".- .....
'.:. ,, ", s Realtor 9O4-679-4I01. fcartBARBOUR $32$. Call 485-2563 after .6"p.m.Brooker .. flcMltn .964..4469. > ','7'"w ,/ t 1IoJ9f/* .Debra 1", c/iilatilJliat/ \_ut .,l4c).' .'. .. '., . ."I'\I!;:f'.49bYo2: roc! !r
(,\ COUNTY ALAI 100 acre, '3 2tchg II/24-I2/I y'hrn selling real estate, why settle for telling the whole| town,when you can tell the whole wurld1".
XMAS TREES: Choose and cut live tree
1\,1;I?.,/'?' :acre pecan lake trees., hardwood HUNTING.timber Public water creek from 2000 shaped pine A cedar. 1-10 to Listing Agent for VA Acquired Properties-Area! I &:'It

Hwy 125 exit at Glen St. Marys, go 12
;. t 1.38 Ac., office location.
ml N: on Hwy 125 watch for signs, MOBILE HOMES City) great
Strother. Broker, P.O. Box 755.
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Ala. 36081. 205566.1870, 259.7703. 4tpd 11/24-13/15 19'17 CONCORD 3 BR, 2'/o. ba has City) SR 100, 3.5 acres, potential .......----
', ', Troy PIANO FOR SALE! Responsible party to. extra lot with wood frame house,cityutilities. commercial development area,
::;{I 205-735-2442 eves.. YOU HOOK YOU, COOK!
\(,'. take aver payments on spinetconsolepiano. HOMES ACREAGE f

Ilw : Can be seen locally. Call Credit 1971 New Moan 12x60 with approx Gelger Rd.l 2100 *.f. brick veneer
"I :',," ., BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES Dept. 904.254.8232. 3tpd 11/24.12/B 10 acres North of Lawtey, 105th Ave approx 10 acres,'4 BR. 2 Ba, CHSA Hand-Fed Channel Catfish

:!(:"': ; JUST IMAGINE YOUR FRESHEST 198S Fleetwood 52x26. 3 BR, 2 Ba, city water S gas, front porch with.. '
I Farm
WREATH direct Triple
l .,t"li'f \:'")" ever CHSA, I acre near Bedford lake ing ottchmt sunken living room.
,\ ( ;!:; .'''" 'to your door UPS from my plantationin HOMES family' room with Ig. brick fireplace C'AU.964-6182 FOR DIRECTIONS OPEN TO PUBLIC

1':fl {:. > EUREKA LOG HOMES The true. Blue Ridge Mountains, Virginia Free -FmHA He m.s. formal dining room, central vacystem. Io-.._,
1.1'\" American Dream. Your own beautiful color brochur. 1.800-443-TREE. fcan -Colley Rd. 3BR 1 IBa brick veneer, ,''new carpet Price reduced

;,//,1;, ; log home> and exciting business. Only AUCTION FOR S.A. GRAHAM CONST CHSA, Ig. chain link fence yard. Owner onxlou to sell I .
, /,', $24,900. Available worldwide Infer. CO. Brundige, Ala and Al and H&L -S'. Clalr St.t 2 BR, 1 Ba, CHSA. with ; .
135 2700 f
: Union t.
,,, ;, ': motion and model location Call Contractors, Troy; Al.' 12/3/88,9 a.m., large family room. Cty acres sq David Lawson Paint & Body
a '.t.i" :' 800-643-8344., Icon Hwy 231. Brundige, AI. 14 dozers, 8 LAND brick home" Shop t

CONSIDER EXCITING CHANGE |loin loaders; 10 backhoe. 3 hyd. Exc.; 4 BUILDING LOTS
Work Estimqte
V" S.R. 100 At Two 6 77 parcels'wwell Insurance Free
[1\:',j, '. 3,800 ,Career cleaning service' grader, 12 forestry IB MAC DM685 OH 301 wooded 8.50acct Little lake Santa Fer 100x160 ft. lot. ?

!\, -'I'' ,.,' "' specialists: SERVICE MASTER offer dump. 25 misc. truck. 12 trailer, 76 & septic N. oc. new septic tank approved ,for .well ;CR 229 NW 28th $.t, 'StqrH? 9646133A.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA '
,r\\I':\ ""J' total business package training $2,500 mi.c Item CONSTRUCTION EQUIP' source to lot.
,,' down. Call Jim Williamson, MENT AUCTIONEERS. INC. J, Eric: Lawtey 18 acres with 600 ft. .Hwy, Twa power Story House,. Vary nice '

, :,', 800-635-6366 after, dial .tan./, 698.: Vaughn, Auctioneer, Al Lie/ 763. 123 frontage. Remodeled painted Owner
'I\ 's" fcan ,404.834,3321, 205.677.7005. fcan Cltyi one acre on Laura St,, room for Anxious! !
,, ", 1 $10.000 PLUS potential 30 year, YARD EQUIPMENT) Wizard garden, tiller several residential'.Iota .
t)'" established 'company t is offering{ '5hp front A reverse gears with one AA A '
r;,( ;; ;\''y;:;.,.. ,distributorship of fashion earring No bed plow. Homellte 66 Bow chainsaw. ,'Bob Mathews, Realtor Andy Jordan ASSocIate'

''i"" ; 1. direct selling. Continuous repeal Call 964,4380 daytime,.964-.6238 after 6 441 Wr Madison St., Starke Accelerated
/' "ii' business. For more Information or'1 p.m., Itchg 12/1 1ealtyJa4:
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\.t"1' ;' :,. J 9M-5370 t I X.S.9M-5**} ... : -

I:;'," .. LucilU C Sfiin. SAMPSON LAKE 3BR/24I/2BA Two Story log Home on the Water, CH4A,' .

,, .. Opal Dickf n Stove, Refrl A Dlshwo.her',. 3000 SF, W.II 8 Septic Largo Lot.I .'
@ '",t m- I IN THE COUNTRY 4BR/2BO Brick Living Dining Rooms, Large Master
r '--- Bedroom w/Walk Closet Eat-In Kitchen Well *
::' !( -. I Appnil:. Large Fireplace CH&A. .
!Susan'; M."Faulkner. GRt. CRB President Septic, all on 1 Ac.' ,
EQUAL HOUSING REALTOR .'| J| -. foi ROL WANT PRIVACY 2BR/2BA CB Home. large Living.Dining Room Family ,

: ''A Few of Our Many Listings Room, Kitchen w/Breakfas Nook CH4A, Enclosed Garage Well > Septic. .
ERA Faulkner Inc '
.Realty, OVER 900 ACRES with 3/4 mile of highway frontage, excellent hunting, .t !mile to' 1 3 Ac
MOVE HOUSI TO NEW LOCATION 28R/1 BA Frame In Good Condition .
'Country Club. 2 mile to Starke. Only $1500 per ocre.LEASE "
Located Hwy. 301 ,2 blks.' S. of SR 100,221; W. Lafayette St PURCHASE Nice doublewide on 1 acre, paved road Stove S Refrl $5,700. "'

.13 ACRES HIGH DRY pecan tree, well A septic, 29000. (Free M.H.') ST.CLAIR STREET 2BR/1 BA Frame' ,.AC Unit.Space Heater "M Screened .
: formal A family room, Porch.. 112x310 lot $29.700.
COUNTRY CLUB brick over 1900 f., living dining room '
COUNTRY LIVING! needs TIC 3 BR. 2 ba, 1 acre 31000. recreation room or extra bedroom. 2Vt baths Jenn-AIr range, refrigerator GRAND STREET 3BR/1BA Frame. Well B Septic, 2 Acre

.NICE BUILDING LOT IN CITY '100x100, wooded. CLOSI TO COUNTRY CLUB Brick 3/2 over 1500 *.f., 100x300 lot. $56.000 OLD FASHIONED ,FRAME 4BR/1BA. Large Living Dining Room*. Porchesall .

KINGSIIY LAKE AREA, 1 Beautiful' acre with cottage.. CROSBY LAKE CANAL 100x192 wooded lot, mobile home approved. Around. 100x420 Lot w/Shode Tree, City Water Septic Tank Lawtey. .

+WATERFRONTS Sampson Lake A Crosby Lake. 'IN STARKEi 3/1 frame, good condition.,$22.500.: NEW RIVER 2BR/1 BA SW Mobile Home !In Good Condition.Well& Septic,
, *IN TOWN Over 3/4 acre with custom doublewlde, workshop t beautiful In- Asum. 9.5 Acre .
acre -
IMMACULATE., BEST AREA 3/2 many extra, on one Mtg
ground pool HANDYMAN SPECIAL''- Two-Story 3BR/2BA CB A Frame' Large) Livlng-
L '37 ACRES of excellent land many fruit trees. Fleetwood doublewlde. .
ELECTRONICS BUSINESS! call for detail.
WOULD YOU IELIEVEI 65 plus acres for only $1500 per acre. Highway rontqgea" [ Dining Room.w/Flreplace large Lot.SELECTED .
Ml SOUTH Beautiful 2V4 acre with oak tree C 14x70 mobile home with
extra. ALMOST NEW DOUBIEWIDE on 40 acres, good land. $85,000.. .
.HOME BEAUTIFUL ACRES a 'BRICK 4 BR. IVi ba Raiford area, on t ocr. PROPERTIES _
.DOUBLEWIDI with privacy fence city In water.town. POULTRY FARM A RESIDENCE pullet form fully equipped on 8 acres, Stark. '.8 ACRES Power pole A well Owner financing. Small dowtv payment .

LANDt. 15 ACRES on paved road nice property owner financing. 1.7 "ACRES Two-Story Bldg w/llvlng Area Upstairs, 6400 SF, Hwy 301 N. .
*3 VR. OLD 2 bo with corp.t, In town .
'NICE LOT TO BUILD ON across from Hampton lake. 'FRAME HOME Bullfuls.lling with pecan trees, on 2 acres, paved rood. .r 20 ACRES ,* SW Mobile Home w/S,_. A Retrl 2 Wells, Septic. Planted
.HAMPTON OAKS) Beautiful brick home on 1.58 acres.2300*f., excellent water Pines. .
RENTALS 2 BR, 1 Bo. 612 Lake St, '
BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME aver 3.000 sq. ft,. Crystal Lake access. REDUCED 45 ..ACRES Will Divide Owner Financing Good Term:Brook,<,.

COMMERCIAL I 10 ACRES Will Divide Pecan Grove, Well A Septic Owner. Financing.

3 Call One of Our Professionally Jones Croft & GUI Shop >I ACHE ACRES.i Zoned Good for Commercial Mobile,' Home Location; Hwy.: '16W. "

Trained Staff Today..964-5069'' Specializing In crofts, craft supplIes A gilt, f ACRES ;. Hwy. 3O) South. .

High Traffic; Area I ONE-HALF ACRE Of Zoned for Mobile Home. .

LAKE GENEVA Large Lot 100 ft. on Water, .

\0 ,After Hours Call These Realtor Associates RENTAL BR. ?Bo, S'ovea! R./ lg., $275. I LAKE LOTS Crosby A Sampson Owner Financing. .

Irene L.raulkn.r..964-5142 | LARGE AREA OP LAND Northeast" Section of City. .

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HELP WANTED """" '- -- ; ,.r\jN'\ I:

ovoilobl. Experience Keystone Partially furnished from tension In 1-3-S-10-20 ACHES or larger tot sale,
necessary end children _Icome. Small apartment adjust your home Special: GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U''
Salary negotiable. 7 paid holidays. complex, good neighbor Beet to $135 month.. Call 473-75oo. 20tpd $14.95., Repair all brands Work New two bedroom 2 bath doublewldeon ,repair). Delinquent tax .
paid property.Repossessions.
vocation. Apply In person at call before 9-30 o.rn.964-8601 ,, 7/Z1-1M guaranteed. 473-7862, 11/3 tfnchg one or more acres. Call 496-3939, I
9645064.Vogue Mfg., 710 S. Water St., Stork*. ONI BEDROOM FURNISHED APAET- 1 IR COTTAGE --n.or library, furnished HOUSE CLEANING Experienced days. 454.1595, evenings. ffn/chg. .xt. CH-1136 'for: current 1(805)687-6000( )repo list., 1' ,:'.1
II/3TF AC. $240 lake reliable hove 12/8
mo. references
privileges for
MINTi working ,
TEXAS REFINERY clean qul.t, adults only. Houck 11/17ltpd,1/5 ::1(
CORP. 473-4961.
needs mature 11/3 tfncha moms and dads around Keystone
Aportmenti, 9o4-2358, 2
person now In Stark area. Regardless! 11/24.12/1 ,chg WHITI SANDS LAKI 3 BR furnished, Coll Cindy, 473-9059..4/chg/ 12/1-22 FOR SALE ''r,

of experience, writ. T.G. Hopkins, Box TWO BEDROOM mobile horn.'fumlthd house. llraploea,, A/C $375 ...... $200 DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGOINOT' FOR RENT ,11
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Worth. T" ,76101, 21pd 1223 per' mo. plus depoilt. Call deposit, 2497884. 4tpd 11/10-15/1 HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Coll ':-
11/24.1211 1100 SQ. FT. MOM 3 BR/IM BA. PIANO FOR SALE Responsible party to
964-2456. jtchg 11/24-12/1 very loRue Leveling Service for all ONE OR TWO BEDROOM HOUSE In noun
SINGLE WOMAN middle aged to work THIIII BEDROOM HOUSE CHIA, 1 3/4 clan In Clay County 4 years old foundation repairs, your take over payments on spinetconsolepiano try. located In Union County.. Call :
....., Keystone,
'at .1. Hay own cooking room and bath carpet screened porch no pet. fenced bock yard. $450 mo. 1$'50 473--7721 7/9TF Can be seen locally. Call Credit 462-5876.12/1 2tcha. 12/8 )
salary; 9647184. 2tchg 11/24-12/1 9645356. Itpd 12/1 security deposit. 1-259-6271 or Dept 1(904)254-8232.( ) 11/17 3tchg,
GENERAL FREIGHT 1-259.2138. 12/1
HAULINGi Commr. 4lchg It/10-12/1 "
elol Transport ONI BEDROOM APARTMENT! ww LAKE FRONT MISCELLANEOUS FRUIT PLANTS Martin' across from LBMS. $225 monthly.
needs owner/operators. COTTAOi with large 01 Fruit Form. Ft:
carpet kitchen, water, I
If you nd garbage Florida room White. BARE ROOT Applet, Available 12/19. For Into call 964.8602:
training w. will train you. .ewer turnliKed. $200 month $100 separate garage. Very peaches
You will operate your own tractor. If deposit. Call 14681857.per 2tpd 12/1-8' private. $250 month, 1.659.27794tchg PACK RAT Buy, sell and trod. collect)l. nectarines, plums, pears, and tlg. $3. otter 6.p.m.. |Imm Y
11i7-12/B ble items and antiques Used CONTAINER -"*. '
you don'f have on., Commercial HOUSI FOR RENT Crosby Lake Shorn. furniture GROWN Apples and '
Transport offers a purchase program $300 per month. 118-687-8729. 4t-d LAKE FRONT EFFICIENCY Cottage $223 glassware, jewelry and much more.: pears. $6. Blueberries and grapes $3. NOTICE ,
that w. think It one of the best In 1"Indll.try. "-. ,12/1-22 mo. Includes electric and water. Fur. Com see for yourself One mile east Japanese persimmons $12. OPEN

If you or.21 or over and think ONI OR TWO BEDROOM apartment nlshed screened porch, carpet car of Key.lore Heights on Highway 100. Mon.-Sot. Closed Sundays 497.2621, THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BI HELD

you may qualify call for a compute In. duplex. Adult only. 4681115. 2tpd port. 384.9374 or 4732909. 2tpd 473-2183.11/3 tfnchg 12/1 Slpd. 12/29 RISPONSIILE FOR MISTAKES IN ,, ,,i,
formation package. Call weekdays toll 12/1-8 11/23-12/1 LHASA APSO PUPPIES One Black two CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER t
free, 1-BOO-348-2147 ask for operator LOW RENT EFFICIENCY ROOMS quiet NEW ONI BEDROOM .. house on lake, CARS-TRUCKS-BOATS whit and brown. $75. each. Three THI TELEPHONE. ,;,'',1 Ir

97 Commercial Transport Is a divisionof clean no roaches, utilities paid no small screened porch, large deck, A/C, adult dogs, housebroken $50, each. Classified deadline Is MONDAY, S' '
northAmerlcan Van lines, a Norfolk chlldr.n or pets, 964-5687 4tchg ceiling fans, mlnl-bllnds. $275 month 'IMS RX-7 GS AM/FM' stereo, 5 speed: Call 496-3021, Itpd, 12/1 > P.M., prior to Thursday publication. t ;. F
Southern Corporation subsidiary. Icon 12/1-22 plus utilities. $100 deposit.Adults only A/C low mileage. 964.5601 before 5 ,WASHER dryer,refrigerator and freezer, Minimum charge Is 15 words lor S3.50. ':
ATTENTION HIRING! Federal government RENT TO OWNS' 3 BR. IVt both house, no pet. Phone 473-7259; or 4732530. 'p.m. Ask for Mr Mill. Itpd 12/1 Call 496-2090. 12/1,2tchg. 17/8 then 15 cents for,each word thereafter. ;

|lobe In your area and overseas. f(replace, CH, AC: first,last and .< Many Immediate openings without ty. Call 1-726-7691 after 5 p.m. 12/1TF SINGLE WIDE MH % on D..r Springs m.p.g.. A, PS, PB,' radio. Must see and' HELP WANTED
waiting list or test $17,84O-S69,4B5. EXTRA CLEAN recently remodeled, 2 lake large screened porch. Sell or drive. S850 4733956. Itpd 12/1 't
Phone call r.fundabl., 6028388885. BR, 1 bath n.w heat pump carport rent. 473-2252. No Pa". Itpd 12/1 "81 CUTLASS LS 4 door, 67,000 miles, YARD SALE '
ext. J11006. Icon fenced bock yard nice neighborhood.. KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES! lovely 2 BR, 2 PS. PB, cruise control, ''AM FM radio, X-RAY TECH weekend petition. 7 om. '"
EF FOUNDATION .. bath n.w transmission new A/C, Saturday to 11 p.m. Sunday'A.R.R.T,
.k. volunteer Area $325 per month lease 4 deposit. masonry home freshly pointed, new ,
Representative to coordinate international 964-8073, 631 W. Francis St. 12/1TF new carpet garage, CH&A. fireplace radiator $3950.-475.2351, 2tpd 12/1.B for mar ,Information contact. Condi BEAUTIFUL LARGE LADIES CLOTHES'' S
74 FORD Thompson at 253 3151, 212..11/23 (Lane Bryant's) Behind Horseshoe Bar,
VAN *xt.
high school student exchange 'CLEAN TWO BEDROOM APT Slav, Near Golf course. .$450 month. Call New point cruise, t
program locally. No experience need ref rlg.., no pets. $60 weekly a deposit Century 21 Brooker, 473-4903. 4tchg' customized, or use for work van.$1650. atchg' !l112/1 COUNTRY knock on door. Thurs Wed Up 12/1'' '
ed. For more Information,call) EF Foun. 9646232. Itpd 12/1 11/24-12/15 1900-15 ft. trl.hull ski or fishing boat, CRAFTS AND GARAGE SALE : 1 ;#

dation at 18004474273. fcan FOUR BEDROOM Fleetwood, 2 Ba, ,open bow 65 HP Johnson, $1450; MOBILE HOMES a.m.Friday. and til dark.Saturday SRI21., Dee Look 2nd for S 3rd. 9 '
CRUISI SHIPS now hiring m.n and 203.78 pr month. Hughes Mobil. MOBILE HOMES Kubota L225 diesel tractor, new engine South of 'signs j
FOR SALE Worthington
women. Summ.r and Career opportunities Homes, US 301 Stark. 964-6407 Itchg with attachments, $3500;: child; lift top and Albert Springs. Betty
(will 12/1 desk with chair like ,new, $40. Dowling. Itpd. 12/1
train) Excellent pay plus FIVE ACRES with mobile home, needs j
world travel. Hawaii; Bahamas, Caribbean RENT BUSTER MOBILE' HOMEt for $299 work. $23,000 with $1500 down, 4737907or 473-3033. ,ltchg 12/1 MUST' BE SOLD IMMEDIATELY 1973

etc. CALL NOWI' 206-736-7000 monthly. Hughe. Mobil. Homes,, US assume mortgage of $242.25 month .) 8J CHRYSLER LEBARONt AC Fllnston Vega t4'x52, with odd-on: i
.xt. 10SC '301, Stark. 964-6407. Itchg 12/1 Call 473-4790 after 6 p.m.,ltpd 12/1 ,AM/FM/Casstt, PS 4 sped, new room 40'x18'. $500 (or best offer).
BAR MAID NEEDED Apply In person at THREE BEDROOM, 1 bath from house on paint > new clutch. S1500,'OBO.. Three bedroom; 2 bath, refrigerator,

Law's Tavern, 202 E. .Madison St. Itchg' Clark St. 964-8404, $200. monthly.' 3tchg FARM ANIMALS 4737619. 2tchg 121.8HOMES stove. Handyman special Rt. 3, Box
12/1 12/1.15 1S55A Lake ButlerFl. 32054 (call for
BRAHMA HEIFER 5 months old
baths, dee to schools Call 533.2235 approximately contact Dais Burns 1(404)399.0356( ) ret.

tion. 504-641-8003 ext. 9579. 4tpd ..... 8 p.m., $300 monthly. 4tchg 4tchg 11/17-12/8 375 Ibs., $350. Call 4730656. ,BY, OWNER Keystone Club Estates, 3 194.7929'2.12/1 3tpd. 12/15 E'.KBUlldQzing

12/1-22 12/1.22 PIGS FOR SALE 4730656. 4tchg 121.22MINT Br/2 BA concrete block with central
IMMEDIATE FULL TIME POSITION ONI BEDROOM APARTMENTi furnished,, PONY 4 old, air a heat, fireplace. Wooded lot, utlll-
with all utilities. $65 more. years green : OPEN HOUSE
AVAILABLE previous billing and com, per k" broke, very gentle and sweet disposition ty shed with power < many extras;
put.r experience preferred. Apply to 964.8498.Itpd 12/1 $150 5 months S39,5OO.473.2513. 4tchg 11/17-12/8 -
: ; ; Pony Colt old, -
JJr Lak. Butl.r Hospital Hand Surgery TWO trailers BEDROOM MOBILE HOME. and two halter broke, $150. Will hold 'tll'' .HOME FOR SALE by owner 3/2 central AVON OPEN HOUSE Saturday; Dec:3rd., )
Center, 850 E, Main St., Lake Butler, Fl campground. lost >Valley Christmas, delivery available 473-9098 air/heat;' near school;'' Pecan' St, Built' beginning at 8 a.m., r until..
32054, or call 4962323. Itchg 12/1 Campground. 964.760. Itpd 12/1 or 4732183. Itchq 12/1 under Formers Home 4734216 ,or Refreshments will be served and free
,TWO BEDROOM 1 both house In town. ,'
'EXPERIENCE. IN PROCESSING purchase CHOCOLATE 473-7983.2tpd 11/23-12/1 gilt wrapping. Near Worthington
Excellent condition, near shopping: PALOMINO MARE 12 yrs.old. Spri .
orders ordering and stocking ports 964-4636, Itpd 12/1 $100. Used English Saddle withblanket LAKE FRONT 5798 Silver Sands Circle 3 Ings on SR,18" between ,SR121 and
and dispatching trucks. Hourly rol.... THREE Irons., a leathers. 4737619. BR/2 BA, family room with fireplace,' SR241 look for Avon signs, 4961358. "- '
hospital Insuranc..toth.r LR. OR. kitchen carpeted. CH/A, 2 lots with chain link Itpd. 12/1 ,
( company 2tchg 12/1-8 -
benefits.. Apply In person,' 9 a.m.-S stove, refrlg.,I,$275. 9648972. fence. 'Oversized 2 car, garage

p.m.,Mon-Frl.. Griffin Industries, Hwy.,. Itchg 12/1 $65,000. phone 17510253. 2tpd 12/1.8
221, Hampton. .- TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME stave,, YARD SALES ,FOR SALE OR RENT Lake Hutchinson,,
ref rig. $175. 964-8772. 'Itchg 12/1 6-Way'' Blade ,
< REPRESENTATIVE NEEDED full STATE EMPLOYEES Keystone Heights 3 BR.' 3 BA living '
or port-time,, custom home sales No need home close to' MELROSE HOMEMAKERS BAZAAR '. 10 room overlooks lak*. ,Office,
license, required. Notional Quality, your homes work available.? W* 4681323.have clean 10/8 mobile TF a.m.-4 p.m... Dec 3. Hwy 26 :In workshop garage, kltch.n has all appliances NOW HIRING ,$40 Per. Hr.e .

Homes. Coll. 3963123. Itchg 12/1 FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilitiespaid. Melrose. Itpd 12/1 washer ft dryer In utll'ty! $520 MONTH TO START ,
ASSEMBLY WORK TRAINEE* ..tartlng'.alary From $37.50 ., HUGE ENCLOSED garage :;sale, Frl.;, room. Rent or purchase. $685 pr
$4.50. Drug test mandatory. Lincoln weekly. M.gnoli.Hat.1. Dec. 2 ONLY 9:15 o.m.-until. Pots, month. Available Feb 1989. Brian Gorman Evenings S-1O p.m. New localepplluice 'Land Clearing
St. Post Office
by TF ceramics,crafts, stereos, TV's, 406-587-6357. company turn several
Automotive, pans 9tpd 12/1-1/26
Hampton, Hwy. 221 iv4
North THREE BEDROOM both clean closeto etc. iox off everything in stock. positions open for full and ''e Site Preparations
Apply person. Itchg 12/1 prison. Call 468.1323. 6/9TF part-time help. We offer excellent e Fish Ponds
473-3964. 12/1
ltpd i
TOWN ft '
COUNTRY EXXON taking applications CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central FOR LA E 'starting good working
for part-time help. Apply 800 .extras ,rasanabl ,rents PINES AC., ,FRI. A SAT. Dec. 2 a 3, 9 till 5.' Toys', conditions pay and a chance for e Road Work, Etc.
S. Walnut. Itchg 12/1 bicycles,' 'adding machine; ca.hr.gl.t.r career opportunities.Must be.
496-2366, SR 121, lake Butl.r. 7/14TF FISHER WOOD BURNING STOVE -
TWO ,' typewriters, furniture. Northon school bare .
EMPLOYEES NEEDED for Ter.' high graduate CIIZ'
TWO BEDROOM MOBILE Baldwin 77 5 ban
HOME for renton organ'Alvarez string
21 to C332, 2 miles paved rood. and neat No JACK EAVES,
go ,
wlllegar lube appearance.
to change oil, filters and
1 acre lot;Central air and heat$250 While Sands Lake. Itpd 12/1 |10. Telephone 475-3100 after 5 p.m. experience meeaearr -wffl train.
Ml greoseco/ See Jimmy Bowen for 964-8503
month. 4tchg 1110121MlTA
:1 i"'l'1' 9644238. 10/27TF ft FAMILY GARAGE SAL ,Stereos, good For Interview call Thunder o*
application: 12/1TF ONI ACRE LOT with mobile homes. toys, children women, mens.clothing, COPYSTAR teO-D. copier for sale TFAdmy between 11 ana and OpraleOOB4OOOO6 .i' ,'TlM IcLI4Tr4T7823928. ''' ll
.ready to mov. Into. Several to chaos.from .' bicycles a etc. 340 OorUen St. In front with paper end loner $200. 4733681.4tchg or 004-2979 ....,.:16,,. I ,"; "
Owner financing. .Payments less of high school Saturday Only Dec. 3. 1110121COMPUTERTANDY '
than rent. Low down Payment From Itpd 12/1 1000 IX. with color
$11,500.964-4238.10/2718 LARGE GARAGE SALE Frl. t Sat. look monitor, dot matrix printer, desk ft }
WOW 'I! 12xS MOBILE HOME 2 BR. furnished or' for signs. Box 1336 Swan Lake Road hutch oak finish. All like new $900.

..,.... unfurnished In good ,location. $200 between Hwy. 100 a 26. Itpd 12/1 475-2392. Itchg 12/1'
3 Bedroom House month?, $100 deposit. 964.8704. Itchg 1 FAMILY YARD SALE Saturday. Dec. 3, WOODEN, CRIB and mattress and i 782-32C5
12/1 95. Go past football field turn right on sheets. $75. 1965 Ford Falcon Coupe, of '
For Sale FURNISHED TRAILER Hwy 18 one mile East Ave. Look for signs. Itpd 12/1 $1100.:Can 473.0516. Itpd 12/1 Anytime

To Be MovedTo West of 301. Hampton Lake. Adults on- GARAGE SALE Frl. B Sat., Dec. 2 S 3, 9 PONY CART Like new condition $165;
Your Lot ly. No pets, $250 month plus $200 0.m.:3O p.m. Comer of SE 47th CR Pony, saddle, $65. Will hold til

"I'r Only $7.800 !, ,deposit. Call 468-1829.' Itchg 12/1 lots 18A of on misc.Crystal Itpd Lake.12/1 Pick-up' truck and or Christmas 4732183., delivery Itchg 12/1'available' 473-9098 Jimmy R. Williams

DEC. 2 t 3 % 4793: Hilltop St., Sunrise SPINET PIANO. $500.Call 473.3183 after All Types. Roof RepairNo
c Call Thomas 6 12/122
Pork Christmas decorations, p.m, 4tchg
,House Movers ANIMALS & PETS housewares.'clothes, 2 Old's tires. 15 Job too big or too small:
FOR SALE Inch with wheels '82 Escort and more.Phone ..
752-2318.752-5825 15 Years Exp.ri.ncs .
473-2O91.-ltpd 12/1
782-3336.4tchg 11/17-12/8 HELPWANTEDHAIRSTYLIST LAKE GENEVA r waterfront, property Free Estimates All Work Guaranteed! -

\ Owner financing. 10V% interest;
-* Full or part-time. $8000 down; for $52,000. Call ((407)
: Cosmetologist license required. Excellent .: 968-7191.2tpd; 11/23-12/1 ,
Bradford Properties m starting salary, plus commis, !
sion. 475-2211. 4tchg 11/23-12/13 ,
person now In Keystone Heights area., : f fI
FREE 'AKC SHELTIE s'needs home.' Excellent :
Regardless of experience. Write T G.'
4 old female
Box 711, Fort Wprth, TX watchdog year
Suzanne Kitchens 76101.Hopkins 2tpd 11/23-12/1 trf-.abb., looks ,like lossl.!, 473-m2'1, Now Accepting Applications tor' ,

[ 964-763OJ) ,Lie. Real Estate Broker LIVE-IN elderly HOUSEKEEPER lady. White Sands'. to lake, stay area.with 2tpd 12/1-8 ,2 &'i 3 BR Apartments. Starting a ,,$19Se!

473-2395. Itchg V2/1 j

"I $ 3.300'v SPECIAL,BUILDING SrTE. RESTRICTED AREA. CH/A: a Fully Equipped Kitchen Cable Ready l
.. ,

MOUND NEE>ED., 1530 W..Madison Street. EQUAL ,

$ 3.500 .- PFRACREON4.10ACRES. OWNER FINANCED. "We're In The +' Starke 964-6312, I L.J I OPPORTUNITY HOUSING "

I. $f 33,500, ,*' SAVE $$$$ In town masonry home, corner.lot' ,,r Of The'Lekes" "

0 ,
ht.: "

$ 86,000''or ,Restricted neighborhood large brick home. .

,$" 69.000, ,- Perfect for your large. growing family, Close to ,j, interlachenVkckie ; FOR SALE:- ,<
schodL '
.k Fill Dirt :
$ 19,000. ",' Fisherman's Paradise-Crosby Lake waterfront ,, Top, Soil\, '

lot Very serb wV:. .. Large of Small toads of UmorockTractor "
Smith'' t' :
,22.000 Priced for quick sale...skirted doublewlde with Realty .
rand '
Work -, Backhoe Bulldozer
patb. Associates Inc. ; f
$ 52,000,'-. ''One Acre already fenced for horse. Real "
nice home with assumable mortgage, ,no E m For FREE Market Analysis, :Just Call: : 964" 82 .i. 964-5823 .' 964. Q9r":i

, ,qualifying .! Office: 684-4997 1-8OO-292-8OLD

$165.000. Special Hampton Lake waterfront home. 1.7 .. .....,U.. .. Home: 684-2954 ..

Acres very private. ,

',$', 22.000 8 1/4 BEAUTIFUL WOODED, ACRES.LOTS OF Paved Streets/Central WaterGreat.LocationINTERIACHEN LAKE, BUTLER ,RPflRTmEIlTS
; ''REALCUI'EMASONRY'HOME FHA&VA at prestigious PALM Now taking applications for I-2-A-4 be<*oom unit.these
$ .
41.000 FINANCING. 'SHORES. $}9.9OO total for 2 or 3/1 furnishedwscreened I all-electric unit are spacious with lots of closet space and all have'
SUB SHOP for lease..HIgh trade area. porch.This can be yours! V/aD-to-waH carpet crapes and kitchen appliances.: Orvne laundry. |
.WANTWATERFRONr? Want acreage? Want nice big ] assistance apprtcanr -
SHOP for lease.$4OO month. facilities. Rental available for qualified>
RETAIL per : trees? Want seclusion? Fenced 1,540' sq.ft. of living a'nd'' ',
BUSY 301 CORNER FOR SALE. For application Information
space? Just waiting for you and only 42900. "
l Pleas.( *.. us at tit
HOUUSTER 21/2 of agrtculturalfencednewlylpainted '
1005'SW 6th .Str..l :. j
:Leas Londo. St.T. Hlplsjy, .lUcha.1''. ,Callan concrete block home..that'sJust right for you.' Lake Butler FI 32054 U.N"1'

Clarice Stephens $34.900 TOTAL, Or Call 496-3141 j ;i
..I .3 LOTS! 2 are corner lots property is on Hwy. 20. _

Interlachen. Priced at $19.900 for an 3, with $5.OOO
e \ down. Owner will finance balance. Parcels may be r.

t purchased separately. .
: Now Leasing* i
, Elixson Wood Products, Inc. .HUNTER DELIGHT! We have up to 2.400 acre parcels.in

,! West Putnam. Let us show you where properties are. Forest Park Apart t

'' "< AIL WITH OWNER FINANCING. Great for cows and
: '
: a Mulch Pine Bark An apartment complex designed for moderate '
Cypress horses toot Don't pass up this chance. Just Call Income ramlllcB. No rental assistance ;
j : You Pick Up or We Denver West available. Attractive I & 2 DR/ Ba apt.. 'r -
Putnam. -
Some Bass of
owner financing. Capitol '
range refrigerator, carpet central beat ft air <
i the World. I Vatio and laundry.Free water, sewer & '
Lumber '
We Also Have Red Heart,Cypress .INVESTORS Condos<. available In Keystone and ftrbage.. Rent $185* $220 mlnlmum.Two '

: Gainesville with positive CASH FLOW and terms to complete handicapped apartment avail .' f

964-6649' suit. Ia'.dP _/ '
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'How's .The Family B-U'Retired Teachers

I L. Starke Area Ads "J B> Rev,' Ed Jflrhland,, .M.t>IV., paitor'of, the Kingtiey/ / LOk 'Baptlit' Plan regular Christmas monthly ''meeting MeetingThe of

Church. located 10 minute east of Slarke on Hwy. -IS at Kingtiey Lad*. the Bradford-Union Retired
Rev Klrkland answer questions on the family I in this column from a' Teachers was held Thursday Nov.
Christian perspective Send your. question or comment to: How's The 17, ''with President Mamie Jo
,Family! 6337 Seminole St., Starke, Fl. 32091. Douglas in charge.' ,
PERSONAL SERVICESWANT YARD SALE I'i1iI' YARD SALE Mrs. Mona Canova was'nominatedfor
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I Hear Rev. Klrkland: the award for outstanding participation -

TO DRINK.THAT'S MOVINGSALEi, all type household furniture GARAGE I SALE Friday t Sat. 121 .3. f Our 7-year-old, an only child a perfectionist is frustrated by every in community affairs.Nov.The 0
YOUR BUSINESS I and mlt.,ltem. Pleasant GroveRd. 'a.m. until 5 p.m. 823 W. Cypress St? little thing'He has almost no self-control verbally venting this frustration. National ouncIat Retired Teacher?s
WANT TO STOP 1 block off Rd. 16 West, blue blockhouse Stark; Christina decoration, live ., lIe's under too much stress and depressed But, he causes the stress Das '
THAT'S OURS I Frlda .Sotuday, 1223. 10 trMi. Itpd 12/1 by expecting too much of himself and of life.In ichool. his clas.matetllove The' new District IV Director,John
Alcoholic"4-4ISOor Anonymous'U.4' a.m. tit 3 p.m. 9645279. 'Itchg 12/1 YARD SALE Saturday, Dec. 3: 10 a.m.-5p.m. It when he goes into one of his tirades. How can we respond.to his frustration Seay and Mrs: Seay were introduced.
pd thru 13/29; 1757 N. TEMPLE AVENUE behind Brad Ladle clothes, shoes, electric( to reduce the problem Mr. Seay made brief commentson
Installed ford Motel, lot 20. TV 24" color RCA. typewriter. answering machine, cor Jacksonville the insurance program and the
CHAIN LINK. HANDYMAN FENCE FENCE: CO.Freeestimates. work good. Miscellaneous .Items, dies* telephone, Mr. Coffee J//'" book, The fact he's an only child means he would perhaps be more prone to this Scholarship Foundation. He comp
Some Item NEVER
Saturday Itchg 12/1 cuba gear, more. type behavior. I "The Birth Order Book'* Dr. Kevin on the interest -
Owner Tommy Reddish, 96<1.8559 TF til even ud I Take Beent Rd (In frontal suggest you read by plimented organization
THREE FAMILY SALEi Dec ,3.4, Leman.
activities being
BULLDOZER WORK $40 per hour Presbyterian Church on Call St) 1 1/4 shown and
782:3306.: If no answer, 782.3954'leove'' Lot and. lots of clothe, girl Lakewood, boV"wom.n. mile to NE 10th St., left; I block to NE Also, some of the best advice I can give you is found in Ephesians 6:4: carried on by the various commit-
name and number. 8/25TF and men t ;205 S. 4th Ave., turn right; 3rd brick house on which reads."Fathers,do not exasperate your children..." (NIV). Be very
9647350. 121
WELL DRILLING, PUMPS t SERVICE Duf- SATURDAY Itchg DEC. 3 OrlHis Loop, SE 30th right. 9648232. Itpd 12/1) careful about putting too much stress on your son. Use discipline ap- tees.Mrs. Murial Norman; FREA state
ranee Pump A Supply Co., Wafer.System St bowl: pitcher), art & FRIDAY 6 SATURDAY 8 o.m,til 3 p.m.. SE propriate for his personality to teach him how to react when he's upset. chairman< of the Informative and
Antique (
Speclolllt, 864' N, 'Temple: craft, baby ployperi, new Sun heater, 30th Ave. on, Griff''loop. Artificialtree keeping in mind his age. If one method doesn.t work trY another. For example Protective Services committee,
Av.. US 301,'Stark, Ft 32091- /8TF 5x8 aluminum trailer, silver' Ice bucket I Xmas ornament 1 decoration:, if he's the kind of child who bends over and says, "Give it your best presented the program. She explained -

LAWN lawin.SERVICE vacuumed] residential mowed and commer.dol many other Items. 964. 307. Itchg 12/1) flower arrangement, rocking chair, sholl'. you probably should. try ,another avenue such as restricting that the primary purpose of her,
cypressmulching hower curtain, telephone games, privileges. committee Is to the'wellbeing -
removed: 964-4238. YARD SALE) Saturday 12/3 at SOB legion ; promote
10/27TF tree Terrace, 8 am.2 p.m. Itpd 12/1 clothe, wam.,,'* leather handbag; If you continue to have serious problem, seek professional help. But of retired educators by helping
SU-EL RETIREMENT HOME: Day week, YARD SALE Saturday 8:30: behind hanging lamp /sweaters for women.book.h.lf. before you do, take an honest look at what you're telling him through your them obtain information' service
long term stay, 468-26)9. 11/17TF Hampton Post Office, Washer, vacuum tool. Itpd 12/1 own actions. Remember, there's no such thing as the perfect child... or and education needed to solve their
OWN YOUR OWN BROKERAGE FIRM for cleaner, clothe, all sizes and lot of GARAGE SALE Saturday, I mile West of parent! problems. She requested a survey of
301 toward Rolford Green Avre S/O.
less than'$500.' Call S6453843tchg mist Itpd 12/1 interests and needs of the group be
Good clothe sizes 3 to 5
11/24-12/8 SEVERAL FAMILIES YARD SALE junk & quality many made.,
also children, ChI.lma..m.' .
CONNI'S CLOWN EMPORIUM: Having a treasure 3 mile south of' Lake Butleron adult District TV chairman on IPS committee -
Pot of Mondo Grass, much Itpd
party?; Need a clown pp California '121! Saturday, Dec. 3, 8 to'4' p.m. 12/1 more Battle Antietam', Discussed atUDC, ,, Miss Kathryne Epperson
Raisin? Coll for Information, and oppt, Itpd 15/) TWO FAMILY YARD SALE desk reported on a survey she has done on
9642985. Open 9o.rn.-5 p.m. Mon-Sat MULTI-FAMILY SALE Sot", Dec. 3. Crosby $300: lawn mower $40 man'Antique London Mildred Weisgerber spoke to the 1862.The result was the Battle of An- the Health Care Centers in our area.
4tpd 1124121SHOUSECLEANING Lake approx, 3 mile west of Starke off Fog all-weather coat size; 40 S, $33;col- W.T.Weeks Chapter of UDC on Mon- tietam, a fight that is considered the Mrs. Maxine Gibson reported that
FOR HOLIDAY 100. Follow signs. Itchg 12/1 or TV stand $1 50; lots of mior Mem day, Nov Zit at the regular monthly most costly, one-day combat in plans are being made for an In-
SEASON OR GENERAL! Reasonable.From SAT.. DEC. 3: 601 South Colley Rd. near'hospital.
1430 E. Call St., 964-8634. SATURDAY meeting held at the Bradford Family 'American military annals. teresting and enjoyable Christmas
5.9 call 964-3406 from' 8 Clothe, dishes, furniture,
p.m. or Restaurant. Her the
THURSDAY t FRIDAY 10-4 p.m.Children subject was Mrs. Weisgerber reported 'on im- Program on Dec. 15.
am.5 P'''''? call, 964-3172. 2tpd toy, misc. Itchg 12/1 Battle of Antietam. '
clothe sizes 3 and up: portant' events that occurred that Lunch was served in the private'dining
H/24-17/1 YARD SALE Thurt.. Fri. & Sat.301 to Rd,
Confederate General Robert E.Lee's .
SEWING MACHINES 'All make and household Item, mini-Lop rabbit 4 month of Sept. 1862: President room of the Bradford Family
: 16 West about 7 mile to Rd. 225. turn
mile South 100 toward I Army of Northern Virginiamet Abraham Lincoln issued his where the
model cleaned oiled and adjusted, Keytone on; Restaurant meeting.was
right, then 1 mile on right In Lawtey '
left. 12/1 Union Major Gen. George B.
Itchg Proclamation held.
$15. 19 years experience. All work Itchg 121FRIDAY Preliminary Emancipation
guaranteed. Hwy. 233 & 16 (Morgan. t SATURDAYI 926 Euclid St., l( McClellan's Army of the'Potomac on Sept. 22; on the 27th .
Rd ). Coll 964-8733 for haute calls. behind Madison St Church, 9-3 p.m. "outside Sharpsburg on Sept. 17, the Confederate Congress authorized -
11/IOTF '. Itchg 12/1 NOTICE army conscription of men over PETROLEUM PREDICTIONS;
CARPETS STEAM CLEANED: $9.95 pet 'BIG YARD SALE 301- North at Old Thonl\, age 35.Plans. ,A 15-year-old study. of America'
room 2 room minimum, 9 room Gas Station Lots of mlscel. Parenting Workshop were discussed for the energy needs had presented a
special 4475. Price good thru Dec. housewares,some furniture Fri.,Sat t CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted Set in Palatka Christmas luncheon to be held Dec. sobering vision of the future.. It'' ,
20; We'specialize DuPont Teflon pro- Sun. 9-5 pm. Itchg 12/1 to the Bradford County 19 at the Bradford Family predicted the nation' energy ute ',: '
"'" factor.. Slain & odor removal water LAWTEYi I mile West on SR 225. Mens, Telegraph office ,in writing and paid I In. A, parent'tralning workshop for Restaurant.The would rise almost percent by the '
damage and carpet repair Call, womens and children clothe, lots. of advance unl.n''Credit It already ''families of exceptional children; is luncheon table was' set with late 1980s. But according to International .t ,
964-4485 ,,7 o.m.-6'' p.m.' Mon-Frl.; misc. Item Fri 8 Sat. look for signs. established with this office. set for Saturday, Dec. 3 from 9:30: red placemats vases of red white Wildlife magazine, "
964-8961 7 a.m.-6 p.m. 964.896after 6 Itchg 12/1 THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE a.m: to 3:30: p.m. at the St. James and blue silk flowers with flags were energy use I In the U.S. has actually. ,
I>.m. 3tchg 12/1-15 : FOUR FAMILY GARAGE SALE) Sat.. Dec. HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN I ,Methodist Church (in Palatka. placed at intervals and a large paper fallen.; The effect of energy con- \
LET US CLEAN YOUR HOUSEl'call morning 3, 8 to 4 p.m. 1206 Pratt St. Adult S i CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER There will ''be guest speakers, turkey occupied a focal spot emphasizing rvatlon are being felt worldwide .
or afternoon or964.3561.'Itchg children clothes, tires, homemade THE TELEPHONE. activities exhibits the Thanksgiving holiday. well with
,' family ,computer as at saving totaling
12/1 ,
Classified deadline I TUESDAY NOON
Items, i roll bar i, tool box for mint,
do the adaptive toys and Santa. Childcareand torn 250 billion dollars a v "ir.
to Thurldopublication.
of look
truck, 'lots other Hems., Come I prior will
first tfme. N.w'oqh., re-roof, Itpd 12/1 Classified display deadline I is TUESDAY lunch be provided.
'shingles, leaks fixed trailer fixed. MULTI-FAMILY SALE Friday S Sot.; Dee. 5:00: P.M. Special Classified display. Please call for reservations by .F-
,Prompt dependable' 964.3392'or1' \ 2.3, '9-3 p.m. Stove, winter coats, placement I I. NOT Guaranteed. Nov 30 at the following numbers:' Maines Real Estate.
9642976. Itpd 12/1 clothes,',, etc.', South Colley Rd. Itchg Minimum charge for classified/ ads I isIS Bradford County-call .Robin Lee. '
.PECAN SERVICES' : ':machine' harvesting.., 12/.1 words..lor S3.5O"lh.n 15 cent for 994-6800; ; I ((904)) 496-3978
crocking,'" shelling t orchard '791 PRATT ST.i Sot., Dec.3, '9 o.rn. Pots.,, 'each wad th.realt.r,51 billing charge Baker County-call Sharon Boyette;. L.I. :! ,',
maintenance. Also custom tractor services pans, .dishes Christmas decoration, will be added to' each .CHARGED .259-6251; '. REALTOR ,
available. 9643210. Itpd 12/1 dining room suite., Itpd 12/1 classified/ ad., Union' County-call Patsy'Cason,. .COMMERCIAL.., .
,HOUSECLEANING, SPECIAL) We will ,YARD SALE: Sat:, Dec. 3, 9 till Out 100 W. ;.......;, 496-3046;, OFFICE BUILDING 175 W. Main St., take Butler paved parking lot. 94900.
pressure wash any'ingle'story'home to 3rd St. follow/ signs., little of .St.Johns County-call Harry Hurst, Possible !lease with option to buy. '
$39.95.. Singlewide mobile home everything. Itpd 12/1 824-8174; e] ACRES with frame) building, formerly Stoplight lounge, 35000. Possible
$19.95; doublewlde $3<1.95.: Carports, YARD SALE Saturday.'8.) p.m. Many'' I Flagler ''County--call Eleanor owner financing., ,.

',roof, awning, >window, screen, household items, some furniture r.StCIII I Lewis, 437-3351; ; ...LOTS... -t ". '
'walkway are extra. Expert mildew 'clothes,etc. SR 16 towards prison, turn. Putnam County-call Roberta RESIDENTIAL BUILDING LOTS Approx. 2 ac...? /In. town heavily,wooded..
'removal. Coll 964-4485 7 a.m. fo6 p.m. right at 225; brick house 1/4 mile on Spurlock328-88l1 $117500; to 12000. Owner financing. '' 'M:,', ,..,, :: .. J
,,0.964.89610ft.,6p.m3Ic"gl2/1.1$ right. Itpd 12/1 ...HOMES... ''.' "', ,' '"' '' ,''v, ;'\ ',
CHRISTIAN MOTHER of one would like, to GARAGE SALE Sat 9 to 2.:524 N.WalnutSI This workshop is sponsored by the ." :.: ''' .
LAKE AVENUEs 2 BIt, I Bai home, carport large lot. $25,000. :; ; ,
'. Train to be a Florida Diagnostic and Learning masonry ; I'
home, 964-B569
babysit my or .. '
Nurse unlforrMclol" 'misc. .
Resources, and local .a BR,J Ia 1984 Fleetwood MH 01'12 acre. 35900. I" :,
964.7S.S..2tchg 12/1-8 decoration, System your v .
holiday antique! lamp- TRAVEL AGENT ....FOR RENT... 'i. "
,K 8 K CLEANING SERVICE Commercial table, new men golf 'shoe size'. lO'/i, TOUR GUIDE public school exceptional education eMOMLI HOME LOT In town.$75 per month. '. .' :',.
'and Itce program.
business personal service w. 'e| BEDROOM I Be HOUSE 'In town, $200 month
References available, 964.<1908. 8/18 YARD SALE Saturday 9 a.m, until:408 N. e AIRLINE

EOW Westmoreland. Lots of clothes, misc. RESERVATIONIST itS East Main St.. lake ButUrJANES.USHEI ,.. .<,' ,;;, .,
HOUSECLEANING IY THE HOUR OR JOB Items, some handmade crafts and loll THE PICKy'PANDA: Of the 20 ',...., : ,-.- ..!.,;t. ,. I ,
1\:. References, 964.7874. 2tchg t 2/.l-8 .' .Jnor ',Itpd U/l ,v )" !pQ9I1Y.JuUlrne.fport/lrrA' I >bamboo varietle. Me a-fantpanda ,IrtH ,ut! h'l"'IYMQ1..h Harrj.tt' ,,Mab;.' u n. ,Elt43.rl' fl ir7vtdii:2: : .,' ,' ,
Train! on live airline computers. eats only five. And'only certain: ,
.', Home study and Resident Training. parts of those plants at certain I'' :',- :' 1/'"' :," ',., ."

Nail Hdqtrs.'Pompano Bch.Fla. I times. According to International :,1 .,1 < I'',: I ,;", ':.." '1; ,
e FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE bamboo, ,' ',> { :
Wildlife magazine only' /,:\ ::. : ,
stems are on the menu In spring.At I ,.
A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL other times, pandas prefer the \ : ..1 ",:
No Down Payment leave and shoots. Researchers "I .

Handl-House 1 8OO 432 3OO4 believe the animal alters Its diet ... ,t;$ ..
TrainTo because. of seasonal changes I in the ', .
e C&C Mini-Storage' :' I"
\crrrdlted Member NHSCI parts of the1 plant that are most ,>,,1'' ,.....
Garages 964-8848 Be A nutritious. / and.taste the best. ''i'I".I., ,I
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Greenhouses, e ProfessionalSECRETARY ", ,7 : :JJ1.,;, ;'

Storage Bldgs. .. NOTICEI, II ELI '. ,

301 S. Across SEC/RECEPTIONIST! Did You Sell Your Property? Your Union County.Realtor I',
.EXEC-'SECRETARY Do You Receive Payment On a'
from i Start locally fuil-tlme/part-tlme. Mortgage or Agreement for Deed? '4962126.. or 496-2903-

learn word processing 6V related Wouldn't You. Rather Have ALL
secretarial skills. Home study and. Cash Now? '360 W.) Main'St.. Lake Butler '

resident training. National Call Fred Farnsworth for Details180054S4991

headquarters.Pompano Bch. FL The albatross has the greatest wingspread .

..FIINANCIAl AID ASSISTANCE AVAILABLEJOB of any bird-11 feet from tip .I.AKlIUTLI.... lovely 3/S home on 2 ACRES 1 V4 block from Main St. In
Uc.Mtg. Inverness '
to tip. Lake Butler In excellent neighborhood, this property has beautiful trees.
1-800-432-3004 oaks, pine and dogwoods, to name a f few Home has finished hardwood
''THE HARt SCHOOL- floors, double-car: garage and privacy* PRICED TO SELL .
surround this 3 bedroom
Accredited Member/ tfOR SALE BY OWNER home with flreploce.ust| In time for winter. Approximately 1 acre with
NHSC"AFFORDABLEI: barn mokes this an Ideal pick to get out of town.
Liquidation' WOKTMNGTON SPRINGS.. 2-story home (Handyman special: ) up to 48

Sale' One-& Two Acre Mobile Home Lots....$3,500 and Up ACHES available. Owner will sell os little as S acres. Best port Is OWNER
New 2 BR. 2 BA Home In Graham......$40.00O I FINANCING available to qualified buyer.THIS WONT LAST LONG.Owner
at :> 20O Acres nearTheressa.$1.0OO acre would consider "l_ with option to purchase" to qualified person.

I: e Beautiful lake lotsl! On paved road in Hawthorne $25,000 and Up PROVIDfNCE..6Vs Acre off SR 238 with mobile home. Possibly some
Boogie's Dance owner finance to qualified buyer* .
T.H.E.. Apartments '. Building Lot In Smoker SubdMsloru..Keystone S.OOO SLAKE BUTUR..3 lots available, t lot fronts Lake Awe 2 blocks from Middle -
Club .. 2 Lots and Mobile Home..Keystone.; ... $22.500 and High School. 2 other lot located I block off Main St. OWNER WILL
922 E.Brownlee St,. '2,000 SQ. Ft. Home on 2 1/2 Ac. Rent or Sale $400/Mo FINANCE. Lot already surveyed. .

Stereo equip., tables 'Camp Blandlng FOR RENT' .. LAM H/TIER..3 lots and 2 mobile home _"abl.. Owner will finance
2 Homes 2 miles north Starke-- 3 BR.. 1 BA..'completely furnish. vacant lot or mobile homo and lot combined.
chairs, freezer' Starke.F1.32091. $500/Mo WORTHINOTON lNOS..Beoutlful 7 acre near Santo Fo River.. wooded -

microwave'clothes., 964:7133 Ocala National Forest' hunting & fishing retreat on lot of rood frontage. Owner will sell |I aero or more. ALSO OWNER

antiques, Rodman Reservoir.$25,000 living con't be boot on this FARM. Ha all you need towalk

tapes CD's and 2 & 3 BR' BRADFORD LAND &CATTLE COMPANY right In and start farming. Comfortable Homer'Tractor and Equip

merit, fish pond, posture crop land.
much much more. family Ronald E. Newman Sr.
I SHAW SUBDIVISION.BR. I Vfc bo,CB home Include appliance.OWNER
PUBLIC'INVITED .oriented withlaundry 473-2157 -Evenings ANXIOUS. Priced right to selll

e Instant Financing No Points Reasonable.Interest Rates ..

I and large1playground, -
301 North Starke EJ -

1 /2 mile'north ofcitY'Um1ts
Regular Low ;Income
i business hours ,Sec.' 8, Housing PUMP &' SUPPLY .
Rent for 30% of Your 310 S. Lawrence Blvd. .

964-5650, for Income If you' Qualify: Keystone, Heights. FL 32656

more information. Well Drilling ,473-7256
., Rotary 2" to 6" .. v';/ ; :"-fWt--)',' '
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607 Bradford Court in' 'Starke "A Full Service Law Firm

V f 5 Attorneys & Paralegals

V Applications fpr AII..Zflf.d.
\' immediate 'oc upar,.'y' are 'Divorce & Family Law. Business' Transactions.

being ,Accepted on. & 1 &' 2 Trial Work.\Wills & Probate. Social Security Disability.

":" BR apartments. Monthly' 0 Insurance Law, Accidents & Injuries. Bankruptcy Law. Fire Losses..
!.: payments from' $220 plus Workers Compensation. Criminal Law (DUI Felony

t: utilities ?, ,Handicapped VISIT OUR SHOWROOMFor Misdemeanor; >Juvenile). Corporate and Business Law.
c;' units are also available:: '
Parts State ,or Federal Court. Zoning. Administrative &
.: Rental information, and ft Your Plumbing
: Governmental Law. Landlord Tenant. Construction Law.

,' ';, applications are 964-7061 Employer-Employee Relations. Wage and Hour Law.
.available ''at the Non-Proflt & Chartlble
Adoptions. Religious Organizations.NO .
; 607 Bradford '664 N..Temple Av..,.Stark
:', :: 9-5:30 p.m / Call 964-6216 Nights & W*.k.ruU ".





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_. ,, ,,';Al_; _{E '".,' ., ,' .. I ecernber- 1988 TELEGRAPH. Page ilA :

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AllA'sAtBMS." "( Now Offering :

FAX. Service .

Fourteen students, or 1.9 percent 4 J
,of the 720-member student body
earned straiaht-A's at Bradford Ai 4Ii JWr to
Middle School.for the second six- Anywhere '
weeks grading. period which ended
Nov., 15
Another 74 students, or 10,3 per, r
cent of the student body, earned all '
A's and B's for a place on the A-B ., FAX
honor roll. your info.
The straight-A students are, by

grade ( for $5.00 sheet,
Eighth Grade.,. per

Emily Bradford, daughter of Tim '
,and Carol Bradford of Starke. tt; 11' wtr to your FAX number :
Shena Burgess, daughter of John .. 4'J# r ,
And Landra Burgess of Crystal

Lake.Jeff Johns, 'son of Vicky and \ anywhere in the US. i

Robert Clemons of Starke. -
Erica Pfenniger, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Wilson of Starke. $2.00 each
Jimmy parado,son of Mr,and Dr. 1 }
.Romeo Parado of Hampton Lake. 4 'additional
Heather Safer, daughter of Ms. sheet.
Gina Safer and Sheldon Safer both
,of Starke. 'TopS Academics. at BMS...

Stralght-A students at, Bradford Middle School for Bradford Crystal Greer, Blue Sistrunk'; Cassandra 'Cover sheet no' cost.
Seventh Grade... the second six-weeks are (I-rh' Jarvis Mollie O'Neal Heather Safer Shannon Safer.
Brittany Bula.. daughter of Mr. Front! Jeff Johnson Brittany Bula. Jimmy Parado Not present for photo Bethany Lee,Traci! Thomas.
and Mrs Joe Bula of Starke. Shena Burgess. Second row Erica Pfenniger, Emily.

Crystal Greer daughter of Bill
and Sue Greer Starke.. 'For Information
Bethany Lee, daughter of June Student Council Members'' Address Association .

and Ricky Lee of Starke. Call
Mollie O'Neal, daughter of Maura Today!
O'Neal Current students of Bradford High officers to the audience. Hildebran said the Association's '
and Darrell O'Neal, both of i
Starke. addressed the! school's Alumni Chris Durban, the Student counciltreasurer members were very Impressed with
Association Monday, Nov. 28, explaining discussed the financial the students. "I realize what we are' You also can, receive FAX to our' '
Sixth Grade... the purpose of student condition and fund raising. activitiesof seeing is the cream of the crop,but it
,: ''Cassandra Jarvis government, its projects, and fund student government. is still refreshing to see bright, ((904)) 964-6905 number We'll'Call or Deliver.SPECIAL .
daughter of ambitious
raising activities. Secretary.Kim Johnson, d juniorat tuerFctlc. young peon
Jerry and Janie Jarvis of Raiford. described the ple"the President said.
Alumni Chester Moody was so Im- BHS, specific projects
Shannon Safer, daughter of Ms. pressed with the students, he made'an and activities the council was The BHS Alumni Association was l .
Gina Safer and Sheldon Safer, both' on-the-spot donation to, the Student ,undertaking in 1988. formed in 1987 to promote community I
'. of Starke. Council Student Council President Cam interest and encourage alumni in
Elise Sistrunk, daughter of The sponsor of the council, Scott Ward, a senior, explained the 'purpose volvement,at Bradford High School. :PURCHASE '
.Michael and Trish Sistrunk. Allen, thanked the Alumni Associa- and goals of the Student Council The group annually sponsors the
Tract Thomas, daughter of Tom- tion for inviting the Student Council ,and answsered questions from the BHS Senior Awards Banquet and is "
my and Gail Thomas, of Starke officers and introduced: the student audience. involved in several l fund raising proJects ON 8 1/2 X, 14

Alumni Association President Dan .", '
Honor Roll.. .' -'--

The 72 students on the A-B honor. Energy Assistance, BOND ;PAPER:

roll are by grade; ,Applications At
( HELP !
500 SHEETS $ ,69
Local FPL Offices
Eighth Grade... Cynthia Agin, '
Angle Baldree; Bradley Ball, Buena Florida Power & Light Companyis ,LIMITED QTYS 2 .
Brewton, Erick Burch, Jason assisting the Fla. Dept. of Health Glue n Child .- SO HURRY! .
Canova, Ethan Caren Natashie and Rehabilitative Services (HRS) Ream912x11
Cohens, Keri Crafton, 'Jennifer
in distributing for
.' Glisson, Laura Goodner, Amanda
families seeking federal funds to : ET
:, ,,.' "' Harris, Byron Lee, Robin Register,:, help meet energy bills this winter. Better 'Christmas''M '
John Donna
Ripplinger Bobbins
According to Ira Everett, FPL
Loytoyia Sims, Kishanna Spooner,
Southern Division ASSIST Program
Caryn Taylor, Janna Thornton, a (
Coordinator, application for
'. Melanie Trimble, Juantaria the:2Z:
Home Energy
I Computer'Paper
Matthew Williams.
Williams Assistance Program are currently
,available at all FPL business of- '
Seventh Grade... Dawn
fices.Everett said must
Brown, Eric Cruger Keyon Davis, applications i t. -
be filed .with HRS between Nov.
Chad Deese, Jason Greene .
Lawrence Hanketwr.ra.Heaot4Ier': ..Hta-;: l rand that eligibility for 2600 ,
.o.''" !..-Mersey;-Stacy Johnson;Justin Lee,...asaisUiiK: .ik! determined by HRS t radfordrCounty-Starke: : 7 Sheets : J :"<

Joshua McMonigle,Greg McClellan Marshall,Billie Chris Jo Chamber of Commerce.0't 20 Ib --

Mullis, Dana Newsome, Candy Nor- Bradford Auxilians 1 I
man, Heather Norton, Thomas Convention 29.99---5
Attend Bradford County :
Odom Amy Parrish, Hetal Petal;,
Smite Petal, Dena Radford, Amy
.....-_ Rankin,Stephanie Sellers, Jonathan ,The 35th Annual Meeting of the Emergency Seruices, Carton
Smith, Wendy Thorton. Darrin Association of Florida Hospital Aux-
.r Young. ilians was held at the Orlando
Peabody Nov. 1518. Rescue fr Fire Dept.
Sixth Grade... Tanya Anderson Among featured 'speakers were
Robert Bassett, Josh Brewer, Dr. William F. Pettit of the
Tonika Bright, Lucretia' Busby, Psychiatric Institute of Florida in
\ LeAnn Carlton, Linda Dixon, Bradenton who recommended .
Kimberly Douglas, Charles Fuqua, positive thinking and having joy in .
Daryn Gay, Bynne Harris, Melanie the present. TOYS FORTOTSToys r
Jeter, Julie Loper. Tama Mattox, Dr. Kenneth Dychtwald of
Keri Packham, John Payne, Julie Emeryville spoke on ;'The Aging ofAmerica"
Poncier Erin Rodgers, Bryan He gave a slide presentation I
,Salvatore, Erin Slack. Rosalyn showing the grdual increase of are needed for kids i'c
Thomas,Lindsay Walkup,Jeremiah the older age group. He emphasizedthe '
Wexler, 'Corryn Wright, Tommy importance of good health this I
don't haue
Wynn. education for enjoying more produc-, 'any
tive and longer living. t
OAR Elbert Chapter Workshops held included having Christmas. Gifts' ,may ,be M
Meets Monday more effective communications and i

:The Col. Samuel Elbert Chapter of working relationships and volunteers between administrators dropped: off at l r

the NSDAR will meet on Monday, Business sessions included AFHA J
Dec. 5, at noon, at the home of Mrs. Reports and election of officers. STflRKE FIRE" 'DEPT.
Starke. A colonial .
'Joseph D. Warren in -
,. Christmas luncheon will be Representing Bradford Hospital !
served Inc.,at the convention were Hospital Dec. 19th .
Administrator C. E. 'Rip' O'Steen by
.. The theme will beHistorical kCA
and his wife Carol Auxiliary Presi- 'TS
Christmas", by speakerMrs. :
David Taber. dent Linda'Johns; President-Elect TOYS' should be, ,new or l
Wilmajean Terry; Past' President
Seats Still AvailableFor Rose McConnell; Ruth Meng, used.
Chaplain Sunshine Chairman slightly '
Ail-American 25% Off ;
: : Leoma Whitehead/ ; Nela McGee,

The Starke Gator Quarterback, Vending Machine ,Chairman,.! Toys to ,be distributed:to the children, .
Club will take a bus to Birmingham, Margaret Bell and Dolores Meng ,
Ala. for the All-American Bowl on Recording Secretary. iuho'need:them., Wont you help now? I All !

Dec. 29. There are still seats I \
available. If interested, call Hazel .
Hardy at 964-7451. Hal1Illark'IteIlls'
The club will hold its Christmas NEW PROPANE GAS i
social on Thursday night Dec. 22 at ,!
the Starke Golf and Country Club. I'l'0 J
"'There will be a cash bar with the

club providing snacks: "J INSTALLATION. SPECIAL 1

School Menus


Bradford Elem.&Middle Schoolmixeed % Off

r ngeUblo Hamburger' tnUt-toppod mvy, mulled cake,PoUlM Waculta..,. COMPLETELY INSTALLED ,AT THIS PRICE! H:

..milk,..'.." Chill aaltim' cracker' garden clad. ,. 1989
fruit cinnamon roll milk.Boriarwil All Calendar i 1
W.r..aayi chMM prix, cabbageslaw. Gallon {
,fruit ertop but rolls' "milk. 120 Tank
chess .tout,'
Taaradayi BeetvefeUM soup S
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Plaza, .buttand corn hull cup,cookta. Installation"S
milk. II. od9
Bradford High School J
MeWay Comdog.macaroni a chaaM,'cabbage Includes: e '' .
slaw.( IT- ,milk. \tomato. I \\\t .' -i: ,'
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beef lettuce
TMiaayi ( Tank Installation ( to 30 feet of material) c .
buttered corn.. ....-,brownki.lul* up ; THEne'bW
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WxlMeeayi Hamburger on bun,lettuce,tomato, '. 5
Fun tank! of
..trench fries cake milk gas "
Fried chicken, rfc** fravy, green. ... OFFICE
Taaradayt Gas appliance system check and pressure test .. ."
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Wtdaaaaayr mllkahakeaOJ Hamburgers. .corndoga. pins, Installations made by certified Gas Check ;Technicians. r;;:;) "' .:.

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I BUS Wrestling Team Goes' Into Action',, 'FridavTornado nJ t

wrestlers go Into action, ,holand Sharer. Bill Hamlulton was district cham- Lizenbee, I injured tor the first thirdof
at 7 p.m. tomorrow (Friday,Dec. 2) Coach Purdy has 10 lettermen' pion in the 189 pound class last year. the season last year Is back !and
in a pre-season warm-up Coach; returning including Bryan Arthur Younger brother Brad Hamilton was healthy at 130.
,Brett Purdy states. Gary Brewer,. Ed Douglas, Brad district champion at 130 and posted a
First match of the regular season Hamilton, David Lizenbee Robbie 13-2 record. Bryan Arther was' Others out for the wrestling team
is at the Florida School of the Deaf Padgett, Raymond Trimbtel!, John district champion at 103. Roland are Scott Barber, Josh Crawford ii&
and Blind this Tuesday, Dec. 6, at 7 O. Williams Bill- Hamilton and Shafer and Raymond Trimble were' Phillip Crawford Ken Clark, Evan
p.m. First home match Isat 7 p.m. Roland Shafer. second in the district. Douglas, Derek Dean, Ben Hanker-
next Thursday, Dec. 8, against Plus, there are a total of 33 son, Joel Jackson Keith ,Jenkins
Jacksonville Episcopal. BHS ,will Right now?the team Is stronger wrestlers out now. A top prospect is Keith Unzy, Matt Peeples, Eddie '
host Gainesville EasUidt for 'a 7 than last year when the BHS footballer Clint Reed, who' Coach Pollard Jason Sanford, Eddie ( ?
p.m.match Friday, Dec. 8. matmen posted a 7-5-1 record. Inpreseason Purdy says is strong as a horse who Siegman, ,Kevin Sherman, Kevin :
Team captain is senior Bill workouts the wrestlersf'look should wrestle at 189 or 220. Showing Snow Jason Spenser Jeremy Trim h
Hamilton, the only BHS wrestler to better, right now, than they promise'are junior Alphonso Jonesat ble, Jason Spenser Andy Waldron .
qualify for state last season. Co- did at midseason last year," says 130, freshman Tim Taylor a JV Randy Waldron,. Ed Wallace. Chad l .,
captain Is letterman, returnee Coach Purdy.. .footballer, at 119, and David Welch, and Travis Wynn. r !,
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BUS guard Eugene Blye look.. for the open men against<< Allen NeMe.
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BHS Falls" to Nease ";/, :.:''.:...\;1'

Nease High was too much Monday 'their shots, especially early, 'and
t'I night, Nov. M, for the Bradford High, 'were not very aggressive, on,
five in its opening game of the Mid-:! defense the coach said. '
,dleburg High Basketball Tip-Off BHS played Orange Park, loser to
Tournament. West Nassau High,. at 6 p.m. '
Winning 83-68 over the Tornado Wednesday, Nov. 30. If they beat
five, Nease was hot early, jumpingoff Orange Park the Tornadoes would
to a 45-24 first half advantage the play against. Middleburg at 4:30: p.m.
Torandoes could not overcome. BHS Saturday, Dec, 3r at Middleburg
settled down and won the second half High: ,
44-38 but was behind all the way. BHS is scheduled to play Osceola
liii Eugene Blye kicked off the 1988-89 High add Gateway High in a Kissim-
mee, pre-season tournament Dec.
season a game high 25 point 9-10.

I performance, including three '
5 .
c r by Qumrtmttt
3-pointers. Wendull Hudson scored ..._High. tl 11' M I/ M
16 points, the only other BHS playerin *\\t'._Milt 91 13 14M '. IIfeWtod '
double figures. Hl.l|.I...,.|....f. ferry 110-11.llr. '
... ,1--!, I '' AiIl ,.,,,,. Z' 1 Nease did a good job of hitting *.*.*.4-l.,M.. C.Ur_,.,.lilt. .-t.t.. P.jMklru ClrMr' J 0.4 I.1-,<...W'hoff'Hutoirl '." '
"(',II,\\1',,,.'" ",\ J ,'.. j open! shots, says Tornado Coach I,Ii..Tor*,, U-t\1.... "
""i'.' J'" ,' '.'.. Roland Cummings, who Wasn't N_Hi.i.. N. ......, l.d-"-1. C. P.rk. 1.\.*'.
'r-..w with the of his BHS O.J.hni.ri .-I.Ia. M. t.,.Id, T.C.dili'"
pleased play did hit ...,. DHufhM |.t.l, o.w..... 10-1. ,.,....
\( team. 'The Tornadoes not '.t4Mnteam '
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... ,Adams Wins in Gainesville

88-89 BUS Basketball Team... i.
by Buster Rahn I captains agreed to a "putt- ff'*'
Members of the 198'8-9 Bradford High basketball team'are: (l-r); Kevin Finch.. Pedro Carter.Train Blye. Reggie Sheffield, Donnie Fran- ,BCT Staff Writer to break the tie. Adams, who went
'Kneeling are seniors Marvin Lane. Harold Chandler, Stacy:,, Jenkins, tis;,s- :, Starke Golf Pro Bill Adams put J first dropped a:3O: footer' to win.
Eugene Blye, John Berry, and Jevane Ross. Coaches not shown, are Roland Cummings, head coach and Henry! together ''a winning team of local Olson's putt missed by 4 feet. .
Standing, : Chris Dinkliu Charlie Brown, Eric" Jones,, Wendull Hudson Dunn, assistant varsity..coach. and head JV coach. amateur golfers Nov. 11 to win the Adams gave his team credit for
'Gainesville West End Thanksgiving setting up the win with birdies on the,
Shootout. last three holes,Godwin birdied the
Local Golf Pro Places Third in :$200,000 Tournament Golf Pro Bill Adams,Jim Godwin,' '34th hole (net eagle), Heavener bir-
: Bill Heavener and Charlie King tookon died the 35th, and King birdied the'
35 other teams, to play 36 holes on 36th. Adams' birdie putt in the play
I by Buster Rahn Adams 'shot '70-71 for 141 in .the a total of $200,000Individually isn't too bad". the par 60 West End golf course and off gave the team. four straight bir
BCT. Staff Writer tournament, Including 8 birdies. ,Adams placed 17th Adams complimented the came away with first place ,in a diesAdams
Starke Golf Pro Bill Adams Adams won $7,000, with his this year 6th last year and 15th the Gainesville Club staff for putting on .sudden-death play off. said each member of the
'entered a team, in the GainesvilleGolf amateur team n.ates winning $2,000 year before Playing in competitionwith "one of the best Pro-Amg The Starke foursome came in 37 foursome played' well, shooting
and Country Club Pro I Am each in prizes.iThe) tournament paid touring pros,Adams said"That anywhere" Under par to tie Gainesville Pro Tom under his handicap by 3-4 strokes
'Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 19-20. Olson and his tea -mate1t. The each round.

and came away with 3rd.place in the
62 team field.
Playing on the team with Adams

("' .' Elvin Gainesville from were Varborough Tom Pal atka'Sikea 13 handicapper,?scratch St.Rod Augustine Cannon'amateur, and 7, ''TE RW1 L L E GAR M T 4 R-

handicapper! ;
j Competing with the Adams team
964-7200 473-FORD
were tour players Andy North, win- 377-1096 388-FORD

Gilbert ner of two, Dick U.S.Mast Opensv, ;.Woody Gibby '," Starke ,Cans sville: Jacksonville Keystone Heights
Blackburn Mike Sullivan, Mark :209 W.. Madison" State Rd. 21
t Arnett and Mike Blackburn.
l Ii{ The tournament was won by theY
,Y?: Touring Pro,Mark Arnett and his ... .
,'. team,with a 31 under par total. The

:1 1\,:h'' runner ing pro up Mike team Blackburn was headed. with .30*
: under 29 under par.par.The. Adams...team came in

Adams said his three team mates
t' played well, pointing out that Sikes
made 7 birdies and an eagle, while
Yarborough made 6 birdies in'the,
two' days. Yarborough's birdies

handicap.translated.into 3 net, eagles with his', 1988 Thunderbirds 1988 Ford E-150

2 toChoose '
Club Wagon
Gift CertificatesAnd
A M'QEC& FM" .Sea.t/ ette,,

LayAWaysThinking 1 CassetteLIST 1JoM-dlr' Jr,
about what gifts to 'get

'"1" some for family minor and discouragement friends can present before PRICE, $16,264i ;b/ r;) :S!;:;;JJ, LIST PRICE $21,051

::1" Christmas. If you haven't the money', NOW ;13.22O NOW 17.877

'S:' at hand, a lay-a-way will allow you
I to pay a little,at a time for that grarrt USAVE'$3,04 $3 :174
gIft. Y 'YOU SAVE ,, .
,i With a""gift certificate, usually
\is, everyone is satisfied, and you won't
,,1 l1 have to rack your brain to find that
i: i unusual present for that special someone
__ who has everything. CLOSE-OUT
The popular, lay-a-way form of .

J '". purchase enables the shopper to put
Ii,; a small amount down on an item and
pay it. off in regular installments''
G, before, receipt It by-passes the '
;, credit carrying fee'of a charge aCt '
1988 S"
f,: count., Ranger,, ; Pick-Up 1988 1/2, Escort LX
< If you're buying on lay-a-way it Is i B
)' very important to learn each store's''
fin'. policy.Try to set up a temporary file 2O to 21 to ChoAeCTrom40&CTCO. xTTO
of your, lay-a-way receipts and integrate Choose From, 'l f: -feaitf
them with your normal Loaded
< .
,;" household bills. If you do a lot of
;; shopping' on lay-a-way,. especially -Only1988"T
L'' large items.; make a special attempt LIST PRICE $9.182
?;s to arrange for easy delivery in plenty *** NOW 7.695 r
,'r of time for. Christmas week.'As **
,,; with any other time of the year, '
4y, ? .' planning is the key to success. YOU SAVE $1,487
U'f ', The Gift Certificate form of gift
giving is very convenient for the
shopper and usually very successful,
1 t.l.; as the receivers get what they want
and In the right size, too. It is also an
easy and inexpensive way to handle
its out of state relatives.' GL 1988 Bronco H 4x2
{ First, check the store's pol'' y on lpO
redemption requirements.ill the "'
4D oO
store exchange the certificate for .
,t cash? Is there a deadline after whit h Alr< sette. .t 4Ifj1)1ssette
ft :
the be S edfI1lt
,,, gift certificate won't o
'1,( ,.:, honored? And most important does "'" '
i, this retailer have store In the area \.to: .
} 'irR .' so your receiver will be able to cashit LIST PRICE $10.456 U -""" 1 LIST PRICE $16.173

? It may sound obvious, but that ... "C ...
wonderful gift certificate from J. NOW 8,779 NOW
t' local store mingt be useless to a,
relative up north. $1,677 $2,290
Keep copies of any gift certificate YOU SAVE YOU SAVE

a purchases and records of where and

I when they were sent. It might be After Ford Factory Rebate of$60O.OO After Ford Factory Rebate of$4OO.OO After Ford Factory Rebate of$30O.OOr
:i', necessary a redemption problem
,,'; arises, to prove your purchasse: so,
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Feeds Needy .;,

Thanksgiving / ..M..1
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A community effort last week in '"
I Starke enabled 23 families to receive. q. S-1O '"
food baskets for Thanksgiving.
The Starke Rotary Club coni' -
i'' ti :,'::.. tributed$500 to be used for food during ,
" )." ', the holiday season and/or when
,,( ,. needed, 15 baskets were prepared by 1 1989
;, :,:,; United Methodist Women at'the .. .
,J%,::' ,';\,;. ; '", ,First United Methodist Church and _
.: ">, ;:;\ distributed to those families who .,,
"cu I, 4<.'" '( .; needed them.as recommendated
'" \; \\'n;' y(", through the Bradford Health S-1O
yt!, fi 'I.j } ." Department and names submitted Chevy
'il+; 'through the churches.Those baskets
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i b1';' :\, ,; were delivered; by the United .;.
\s'I', i,''J1JIJhl'j ,Methodist Youth Fellowship. 4 Cyl., Fuel Injected 5-speed (O/D) \ ;. .', ..
''!'il! : Pictured left '
(\ i i:1'{ ," to right is Rotary '
, '., .:". President Wiley Clark presenting transmission.. A/C.AM rpdio. Rally .i; ? '
I' the check to Methodist Women Nor-, wheels rear burn eY: ; ,
ma Thompson, Joyce Riherd, Youth .$8288.
Director Judy Becker Judy Becker,
;.i', John Loper,Nicole Adams, Romana
, ) ", ,r,.' :. "'' Tennant, 'Josh-Bula- and, ,Michael \ '': S-10 Picku '
"' ';' Becker.r! I4.i.; < 20'to
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.'." ';' Students'at Southside Elementary $140 e. :
," '" i ,;,; ; School collected food for eight ; ',.14.9"o ..66Mos. $ Stock
\ '.;11;.;. '\,;', baskets and the staff and teachers *.15.9"o ,54Mos. 199 Downplus ,To Choose
,j:: .'4'.,;k')'I: collected money for turkeys! for each *...16.5%-48 Mos. From
,II'' ('i!.;:';;,'' basket.'The food was delivered by Tax Tag& Title
,"\: ,''i'I"i :;'.'\., the staff Nov. 22. That effort was .,1.000 Down 11.9%', 66 Mas. &Tag Tax& Title .
'r V4),'K< i ; coordinated by the Activities Com-
\, ::1n)1, ; ) ,'" mittee. .
I' "' ''" Pictured left to right in the upper

': r right picture is Kim Hayes, Tiffany Huge Used Car Liquidation Sale
< Donn, Letitia Clark, Matt Odom .
i..: Jacob Ferguson, Steven Philll .In
!1r.,1'; >;?; I;'" back is Mae Ritch and Billie Hayes.
;"h n ':;:-\: 'Preparations are now underway "
rfvVi'; '
",' ," ::'':'i:,', for the distribution of food baskets 'You'll Never See ,Pre-Owned Cars Prices this Low Again'' ,
'" F',Y"' f1f: for Christmas. U you know of a fami-
', ) '" \, I'R ly in need please call 964-6864. The
..,." ,;, .,.. Christmas baskets will be ready This Sale Good thru December 31.1988 '
\d' "1 I"j i ( Dec. 23 and may be picked I up at they
')';'<'''" Methodist Church Fellowship Hall
>/I.: :1 i;:foe1'-; ;on Walnut St., or delivered ifS ,
'\", ,S}'."''"' /,,,'./".'""" i necessary.. 8836Ton, .CP 16999.00 87 S10 'CP ?,4 5.00 87 Chev CP B,495.xf 86 GMC'CP'7.. 99. O, .86 Ford'C ?999.00
?, ''f'
I,,, CbevSpt P/U. Cavalier.' Jimmy' F150Vane'

Caution Light''Means 99.0Q 199:00: .Wgn." 99.,00 4x4" "199.00'4x4.. ::199.00Loaded

:, < Prepared To Stop Down 'V6.Ac.PS.' :Down' pawn, Down Down
1'B,27.000 'ATAC., V6AT, AIAC._ ,
'- Caution lights on the', traffici 350,AT. ,.
; miles PS PB:' PS, PB
, ': '''' signals mean caution, not hit the P\V'PI...TW I At, PW'
" ,';': ::1' '.: gas.Speeding through traffic signals ''CL, Mo 382.00 'Mo,205.00 w.' ,Mo"187.00' I'L ''Mo:211.oo:; M'o 211.00
, ..', ,'. is a local problem and against the ;
'"s h" Y., law. ,
,'i :trj\ ;j'I' : "I, In an effort to eliminate traffic ac-
, '" ;;';, (CidenU caused by careless driving 88 Chev1/ 'cP: 9,999.00 ,,87, Suzuki CP6.999.bo, 87 Jeep CP 6,999.00;" 86'Ford CP 85 Cbevl "'CP 5.499.oq
,' Starke Patrolmen will and
://1" stop
.", ( ",,,\\,I',' ,ticket drivers who run caution and Beretta 4x4. Wrgl .'FI50 1o.999.90: M/C."

"',. ,,,': red lights.Caution lights are set for Auto. !199.00 199.00 4x4. '199.00 Lariat '199.00: ,199.00,
: 1 only a few seconds in Starke which AC"
'.. ,',,,' :!:,'. ,means the driver should be prepared CC,' 'D own 5st".A.C.; Down, Convertible Down '4x4.. Down. AC PS'PB.AT ,D own
) ': to stop not speed up to make the TW;: 8900 miles ',5 Speed VB,Kf:'AC ,
light, as motorists frequently do, ac- : :
: I ,'. The cording cost to of Acting the ticket Chief for W.running C. Reno.a 7soo miles Mo 219.00. '"" 'M o 199.00'o 154.00 ,mf seas. 33.0000 279.00 M o ;;156.00

1 red light is now $32.
',, ," ), driver may also be ticketed
,'.'I;' ,r 'with careless driving as well: as running 88 '14.995'' fI7 CP5.980.00' 8i Olds CP8999.00 86 Pont' CP 8,499.o0, ,,85 .Suban1 P4.999.00
""' red ,which be
; a light can expensive C3500 ..
.' ,Fiero GT"*
said Reno. All officers have Toyota Calais wgn
; ".\. ''C''" been instructed to step up efforts to Dua1ie ::199:00: 4Dr.I6K '199.00 Sunroof V6. 199.00 199.00
'y curb traffic offenders which will P/U. ,
'." reduce accidents'in the city Ext Cab. ,Downes.. ,'T' D'owri Loaded Pt.Pw,.CC, Down 4 Dr..IW,A... Down '
','" especially during the upcoming holi 454 4'speed manual A/C 5 speed. ,AC Nice .
,''''' when traffic is 'AT 30K miles
day season especially
heavy, said Major Reno., rear bench. fifthwheel. deep mll0te AC''" .224 Car..MOOO ':
00 134'00
199.00 .r Mo Mo
','',," Cooperation of residents of COUJ'M' wtndowUnt&strfplng Mo 129.00 Mo .

; '" :,', ,wil, | be appreciated,said Reno.. I I

..'" 'FliP Troopers ,87 ''pju. CP6.499.00 87 Ford:, .CP'9,990.00 '8? ,Ford CF 7,995.00 '86'Chevy CF 7,999.00 83 Chevy CPS:999.00: '

'j Continue License, MitsublshlF150 Taurus'L*. C10. Impala*" ,

Vehicle Inspections,' AT,AC. 199.00 ,,4x:4.: '99.00 4 Dr.ATAC, ::19.9.00 'AT AC P3 199.00 ,4Dr 199.0

Bradford CountyThe Cruise' Custom 5 spd.. Down PS. PBscratch, not a ,Down PB, V8. Down' ,81.000 ..DownAMFM. '
Florida Highway Patrol will, 'D own N.1W.cc. ,,28.000 mtJes.V8. "
be conducting driver license and BIk. 22.000 AT.AC.like'
vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- 15000 miles 219.00 22.000 mtJes 211.00miles 211.00 ne10Y Mo, '159.00,
ing the week of Dec.;1 through Dec.8 mt es Mo 149.O Mo: Mo Mo .
on SR-21 SH-100, SR-230 SR-18.
SR-16, CR-18, CR-18, CR-21B.
'" :CR-225 CR-125.CR-229... CR-231,
,', CR-22'1I.CR-221. "-230 and CP..IOOA
:.,;. ,'" In County.! I m I
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;, Union County
'. : The Florida Highway Patrol willbe
," conducting driver license and i1f
vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- 964-?
ing the week of Dec 1 through Dec.8 ,
on SR-lOO.\. SR-121 SR-231. SR-241 CHEVROLET
SR-238. CR-18 CR-237, CR-229, Hy 301 North Mon.-Fri.8.30-8PM 372-0103
CR-12S. CR-231A. CR-24A and CR- Starke / OLDSMOBILE1"
.Sat. 9- -oM Son. 1-5PM
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I' Clyde, an avid golfer with a low '' "
Staff Writer :
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Byron Terwillegar, president of handicap began to think In terms of !, .
t"t Tcrwillegar Motors Inc.. of Starke, slowing down about the time Byron' :: ; .,
"' "" is a young executive, moving to consolidate finished school, and\ began to groom ,. \ ; : ,
his son to take over management of (
his the ,
I position in company '.,"
the business.
and expanding the sales and service. \
Byron, following In his father's '
of an already Successful automobile C
,.' dealership "' footsteps began work as a r -"
: Terwillegar Motors, Inca. had its salesman, and learned to merchan- (' :
beginning 30 years ago;.when Clyde dise new and used cars and trucks.
i Ii; Terwillegar purchased the former Byron also worked in other areas of
";.1 i Andrews Motor Co., the Ford dealership the dealership, in order toget; .
I "hands-on" experience in .the t
,\ in Starke. The dealership,
various departments. In time he r
: typical of small town 'operations,
had room to grow; and grow 'it did, became an expert,' in discerning the JI
under supervision of the new owner. buying public s desire in pick-up
r.i'! "",, Sales, of Ford cars and trucks increased trucks, learning to place orders with
::JI, year by year, and financial the factory for vehicles that would
r:, stability came with volume sales. sell.
'. Terwillegar sales of Ford products See Page 711 r! .,.
now, rivals ,,,those! of dealerships,
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', Licensed 'Instructors $ ; 'v
Instructors affiliated with NRA and
.Criminal' Justice and Trlllnlng' ,
," Commission fee 1 .
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0 "964-2352 OR 431 Eddie Starling of the Terwillegar Sale Staff itand lit front of M. '8 J lineup.i .
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Starke's Randy' Hall I ,MOBILE =

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Named Top EnlisteeSenior 'II

Master Sergeant Randy W SMSgt Hall has an associate's .
Hall, son-in-law' of James F and' degree In fire science; from the Com MOBILE HOME 3'TON '
Willia! Mae Putnam of Starke, has munity College of the Air Force and J $1 1 95.
beer':named Outstanding Enlisted an associate degree' Technical Inslallfld
Individual'Mobilization; Augmenteeof vice from Medlands : A top-notch unit deslgnecj avail|
,School, Columbia S,C, He's also Subject to bilityIngleWide'
the Year for the command. He'll ,jor mobile, home '
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now compete fore{\ Force-level c from'
honors mand and Senior Noncommissioned j: .. --:.aa Priced .
SMSgt Hall\ received the honors Officer ,Academies by ear Top Enlisted Reservist..,, SAWYERGAS
during ,recent ceremonies'at Max respondence and holds commercialand
SMSgt.: W,Hall, Air Force chief
right Reserve
well AFB Ala: where he is assigned instrument pilots licenses. Handy an deputy fire at
as a reservist (and deputy fire chief SMSgt Hall and his wife ,Vickie, Maxwell AI<'B, Ala., admires the plaque and certificate honoring him as & APPLIANCES
"I' for the 3800 Civil Engineering live in Goose Creek, S,C", with the 198M Outstanding IMA of the Year for Headquarters Ail University '1103 S. WALNUT ST. -STARKE 964-7701
here.Chatting with SMSgt. Hall's wife.Vickie Gen,Jack L. Uve-
Squadron. daughters Kimberly, 16, and MaJ.
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Your W-D Market Has Your
firefighter 1979 IN his in civilian civil service job he's for been nine a, : Manager

years at Charleston Naval Base ,

SCBC Winn-Dixie' I'I,I WINN-DIXIE. your store for everyday low. low prices,has
Christmas .,' the reputation as the Beef People. But did you know why?
It's because of folks like your Market Manager, the man
Parade Set : behind the meat case. He's a meat expert. He's spent yearsram
Tit training to be the best attending clinics at WINN-DIXIE's
., divisional schools, learning the cutting system;which
'The Starke/Bradford County 'ensures that you get beef and pork that is more closely I
Chamber.of Commerce Christmas trimmed of excess bone and fat before it's weighed and
Parade Committee Chairman Steve
Futch said the Chamber's!, annual 'sold-and helping you get more for your money, So the
Christmas Parade has been scheduled next time you're in WINN-DIXIE take some time out to'

for Saturday,Dec.,10 beginning at PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION:, get to know your Market Manager.. You'll see why.he's one
10 am. STARKE of the Beef People.WHOLE .
several events have been scheduledat RIB HALF
Santa Fe ,Community College' WDSelectssures
Starke Center. these will be' A
; Among
performances ,by the Courtney 'Lean Fresh E '
School of Dance, the ,Santa Fe EVERYDAY
Drama Club, a mini-concert by the you PORK LOINS!

BHS Band, and presentation of of the finest
trophies to float winners. LOW LOW ,
Medical Explorer Post 460 will be quality pork v
selling hot dogs and hamburgers for S
hungry participants and spectators:,
To add to the day's festivities, PRICES:
there will be free horse-drawn carriage .
rides from 11 a.m,until 2 p.m.', ,
. ,during which time downtown merchants $
will be holding Open House SAVE YOU .. 7
also. Cathy Wooley will photograph 'SEL .
children with Santa in his sleigh immediately ,
following. .the parade until 'MORE
,2 pm.also. ON
: Parade entry forms'may be picked .
up at the Chamber office at 201 S,,
" Walnut or call 964-5278 for more. in-' ,
formation. ,
'.f' 'Trophies will be given to the top : FS LB. SLICED
j,' ,three floats who observe the parade FREE
(. theme-i Christmas in Strawberry FOOD BILL ;
LandiThe awards will be presented'
following the parade ,
: immediately (SLictD meet BONELESS
: which downtown scheduled Starke.. ;to'take,place in'' ,YOU'RE GOING TO SEE'' THE DIFFERENCE: FARMSTEADWHOLE, PORK LOINS '. ,(& SZsiFULL

',' Interested clubs,' churches and'' ,
other organizations are encouraged
to begin a plan for?: their; .entry for the Xr
'parade. QUARTER
:t; .. ; ",,(J PORK LOIN $ 77
:" SFCC Starke Center. \ pBOOSR'KOSNTE8AUKTTS; *' $147 | .
Registration for Spring '. I e. tit SLICED for CHOPS u r

,:', Beginning Now FRESH PORK '$ 77 PORK LOINS $ 7797C

i,.''.;.. Spring Registration 1989 begins classes next beginning week for 'r 'SPARERIBSECONOMY'. e ,'"e ,.. lB.' 1 RIB ROAST .'. .,.'. it' |

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" Santa Fe Community-College. The -V7
" :complete schedule of the record 48 PORK CHOPS::,e. u SHOULD R PICNICS ''ta HICKORY HOUSE
'" offerings is printed in an ad In this. BOSTON BUTT SLICEDBACON
;\ ';',' edition of the Telegraph COUNTRY STYLE $177'

"''I y New class classes piano of special and a interest jazz dance include PORK ROAST PORK SPARERIBS. to | CENTER CUT

:\" class to be taught by Dance Alive, ;ry= PORK CHOPS
the SFCC resident dance company. ASSORTED
, I In addition'to basic classes,the 7 PORK CHOPS'' +IlB. J77 !<{
schedule includes a variety' of, 77
classes in Business;Accounting and $12 (SLICED FREE) "' 2 ,
,Computers. LOIN HALF ,$|37 1.,' ,

play,Dr.in April connection O'Connell with is putting a 3-credit on a 'LB.' PORK, LOINS ..;GIs, Ld, 'LS. LB., 8c'\

course in Play. Production.'
I Spanish, Art Fundamentals and IVIRYDAY
r :Ethics are other classes of interestto LOW PRIG _
the general public. Mac3roat
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and ends May 4. Registration begins "
Thursday, Dec. 8 with a''special,
evening session that day from 6-8
p.m. Registration will be held daily Aik'
from 10-4 p.m.For more information '
please call 9645382.1 I IY



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From Z IJ o y Book, Donation from SRWMD

$199DENMARK The 'Suwannee River Water science projects, but can't get to our Wafer Wafer Into Land Wonders vt
Management District (SRWMD) office library," SRWMD staff assistant Water, The Trip of a Drip, Water Ii W.l>.
has donated a dozen books on water Etta Spearman noted, "and: the and Waiw-wha n i I., who if Dot and
resources to the Bradford County books will also help them with cover a readership range from pre-
Public Library in Starke and to each general knowledge' about water schoolers to adults. Some titles will '1 rM
La-Z-Boy public library in its 15-county resources.'"She added that SRWMDwill be .available in library reference
district. Part of SRWMD's continu- contact school boards in the sections,and others will be available
434 W. Call Street 411 W. Madison Street ing public information program, the district with the goal of supplying for checkout: Spearman also provided
964-5826 964-5827 library project is designed to make 'similar books to public and private each library with samples of
information .more accessible to high school libraries. SRWMD publications and informal
MOM Kri 8OO: 5tO:: Sat. BtOO 1OOU residents,especially in rural areas. ? Titles donated include Woi.r, tion on how residents can contact th"
A K.u-t You < .in {Jo lititter At Oetiinark Furniture ,Ecology/ All/ About Rlv..., Wot.r. 'district with their questions.
"A lot of students want help with ,ff.tourc Aflot nl Florida, land Info ..........

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;/" Favorite Pork Cut At A Great Price. River(books SRWMD about Water Spearman recently water Management of delivered resources( the Suwannce District 12 to new the

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,....,. ,t / following defendants received
',..." ', final disposition Nov. 15 in Bradford
..{.' .' ,: U.S.D.A. County Circuit Court before Acting

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sir 1.+. n u 1 w.' JI" :' '7,[9-11 LB. PKG.FRYER with Christopher'manufacturing, Chiapinni1 cannabis charged was

1.' W-D 'BRAND U.S. CHOICE ordered to pay $200 'court costs.
/ within 60 days and serve one year
MILD MEDIUM' or HOT BEEF CUT FROM TOP ROUND 'probation with special conditions,
Robert L. Holden found guilty of,
violation) of probation for attempt to
WHOLE HOG I LEGQUARTERS LONDONSAUSAGE ;months commit community robbt'ry'was' control.placed .on,24

Helen C Easom:: was found guilty
PRICES GOOD ( welfare fraud and sentenced to 24
THURS.WED.., BROIL months( community control,followedby
DEC. 1-7, 1988 three years \probation, make
QUANTITY RIGHTS $1,384 restitution.
RESERVED..... Perry Louis Keaton, found guilty
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""" T possession of'cocaine-three counts,
placed on,five years probation (con
secutive)! Keaton also received five
:years probation' for, aggravated\
assault and a fourth count of possession -,
of cocaine (to run concurrent)'.
Anthony French was'sentenced to
'30 months in Department of Correct''
g. lions after being found guilty posses
sion of cocaine, resisting arrest with
violence, burglary,of a, structure, .
.yM petit theft, resisting' arrest with '

violence weapon and possession. of a.concealed

,. William C 'Reed found guilt "" .

LB. LB., LB. four possession year probation'of cocaine,sentenced' 'to,

"j. Ancil C 'Tetstone' found guilty
possession 'of cocaine,'sentenced to1'
24 months community control, mutt
FRESH ROPE SAUSAGE La 197 SMOKED PICNICS'87C TOP ROUND ROAST. ''La S197Ih James G. Franklin found treatment.guilty ut,
l tering a forged document placed on
c ,36 months probation ,,with ,license:'.
;suspended; 36 months, ,
'i irNOU.SCHOICUEEI' HARVEST Donald Guy Prater adjudication of
$J27 [guilt withheld for resisting;arrest;
',: F.rmstead ;; ;; SPARERIBS,. . 'L& -z with violence, placed on 24 months'
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'I ,_. U.S. CHOICErnMBWHOLE probation with alcohol counseling.
T Don Hugh Crawford; found guilty
, : or HALF 1 $288'U" i lewd or lascivious assault; placed on
'; LAMB LEGS . .' u CE, community control two years with
five years probation, must pay $200
111, FRESH MARKET TURKEY PATTIES or' costs, mental health evaluation attend
GROUND $118' WASHINGTOHSTATE sexual abuse, clinic.

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97'0 LLB. A parent, training'workshop for
$227' 'families of exceptional children is
/set; for Saturday,,'Dec..5 from'9:30:
LB. : aim, to 3:30: p.m..at the St,".James
HARVEST FRESH Methodist Church in Palatka.
There, will be/,/ guest ,!speakers;
BROCCOLI family activities,computer exhibits;
adaptive toys, and Santa. Childcare' ,
and lunch will be provided. .. f',.
Please call, for reservation by ..
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'Bradford Robin\ Lee
.BUNCH 964-6800;
Baker County-call Sharon Boyette!,
259-6251;.. '
Union Count -caU Patsy Cason,
Mr' FRESH St. Johns County ciIl# Harry.Hurst,
'TANGERINES1F1 .Flagler' County-call:E h anor'
Lewis, 437-.3351: ;,
Putnam County- 'j1lJ Roberta \,
Spurlock,328-8811; ,
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James Richard Cain ago from and Keystone Hts. He was a great-grandchildren and three Eastbrooke Nursing Manor of Funeral services were held Nov was In 'Elze Cemetery,under'the

James Richard Cain, 45, ofGainesville carpenter Survivors include a Baptist.his wife, Lucille greatgreatgrandchilaren.Graveside Brooksville, Fla.t following an extended 26 in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with direction of Jones Funeral Home. of
Graham services were held Nov. illness. Rev. LeRoy Olive officiating Burial ,Starke.
died Nov. 6 in ,
Tatum Hamner two daughters,
; 26 at Kingsley Lake Cemetery with Born Sept. 20, 1907 in Lake Butler,
following an extended illness. .
Helen H. and Ann Elizabeth --
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Rev. Ben P; Bryant officiating Arrangements Mr. Todd moved to Brooksville in
Born in Graham Cain
Novak, both of San Diego, Calif.;
handled Jones
were by 1974 from Zellwood. He was a
retired academic counselor for Santa ,
two sons, Robert and Wayne Funeral Home of Starke.In .
member of Jehovah Witness and
Fe Community College and was Hamner'both of Lawtey a brother, lieu of flowers contributions Bradford
retired from Libby, McNeil & Libby
end founder of Praise Chris
pastor Russell Hamner of Moultrie Ga.
; be made to; The Crippled
may in 1971 and was. former
a orange
tian Assembly In Graham. three sisters, ,Nell Zellman of Childrens Hospital Fund Morocco Chiropractic Center
grove operator.
Survivors include his mother and Melrose, Evelyn Bobbitt of Tifton, Temple, P.O. Box 16039, Jackson- Survivors include two daughter '
stepfather Irma and Wiley Ga.,and Dorothy Dickens of Omega, ville, Fl. 32245-6039 Ruth Clemons of Starke and Myrtice Starke Office S
Langford, of Graham' ; two sisters, ,
Ga; and several grandchildren
218'S. Walnut St
Harvey of Brooksville: a sister,
Sharon fain: Halt and Brenda Graveside services were held Nov. Roan Alfred Todd ) ,
Lillie Raulerson of Heilbron
Lcngford both of Graham;, a 29 at Melrose Cemetery with Rev 'Spr Next to the Chamber of Commerce
Roan Alfred Todd, 81, of logs; eight grandchildren, nine step-
brother, Robert Cain of Graham; LeRoy Olive officiating Arrangements died
Brooksvllle. Nov 23 in children; and 11 greatgrandchildren !' 964-4957
and two''step-brotherll.' Wiley
were handled by Jones ,
Langford, Jr. and David Langford, Funeral Home of Starke. ___
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both of Lwsburg I HOLJI-JS: I .
Funeral services! were held Novi 9 Mrs. Ruby A. Hayes g 9:30.5:30: M- PAIN CONTROL I ,
at Forest Meadows Chapel with Rev. Xj9.30-4:3O SA ::1'
Mrs. Ruby A Hayes, 87, of 9 HeadachesNeck T I .
Archie Smith officiating Burial was Kingsley Lake, died Nov 23 at Lake'' & Arm '
., 4iv Santa Fe Cemetery in Hampton, "
City Medical Center following .a Mid Back ..
under the direction of Forest
brief ilness. :
Meadows! Funeral .Home of J Low Back &Leg INJURIES
Born June 29, 1901, 'Mrs, Hayes
Gainesville was a lifelong resident of Kingsley .Wed It."." '
(ii/II >3U4.: &3>rId tflowtnjaumti Colka6faflkuslorla
Lake. She was a homemaker and e e SfxxliFeno.it
Joseph M. Casey "Dtligftu' 'JJamJ4&un16 II r
member of First Baptist Church of ,e
Joseph M ,Casey, 72, of Lake Starke the TEL Sunday School WeVegot your gift list covered from A td Z:Angels, .AMO Arc....... 1
'Geneva, died Nov. 28 In the VA Class, a member of the Eastern Star ,Apples. Baskets, Dears, Brass Candles. Cows, SIKES' I'r.DR. -
'Medical: Center of Gainesville In Starke and wife of the late,E.W. Copper DR. W. DAVID
Dolls. pucks. Dusters Garlands, Hats '
following a brief Illness. Hayes who, was a longtime Tax RICHARD C.TULLER
Born June 15, 1916 in Madison, Assessor of Bradford County, Ornaments, Pictures Pigs, Pot Pourri. Rugs.Ribbons. CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS
Ga Mr. Casey moved to Lake Survivors include her daughter Recipes. Scentchlps. Sachet. Sesame Street., Tapes 'f
Geneva In 1973 from San Diego, Cal. .Mrs. John Deas of Lake City; two Village Houses, Wreaths and a zillion other Ideas. :Free.

He. was a Navy veteran of WWII, a sons, William Enos Hayes Of Miami Gift Wrap. Personal Service Is Our Commitment.,.. CHIROPRACTIC CARE WHEN YOU NEED IT
retired automobile mechanic with and Enos Wilson Hayes of El Paso '
'Chrysler Corporation and 'a Tx.f one brother,Frow Strickland of 'We Appreciate :your Business HOURS A DAY T DAYS A WEEK,

member( of First Baptist Church of Kingsley Lake; two sisters, Emma $04 '>>'. Ct !St.1. A Specialty Gift Shop
Macon Ga Barrett and Callie Bullar both of ,964-4957 24 HOUR DEEPER

Survivors Include his wife, Lorene Gainesville; ten ,grandchildren, 15 Scar, ?ra. S64-8S47 ___rtl a......_, 1M.,"",,,, -
Wade ("aseyf' one daughter, Jeritta -'. -
Macon: a sister,
Josephine Brown of Auburndale;
two grandchildren and two great-

grandchildren.' EVERY ITEM ON SALE NOW!
"S Graveside', services will be held
Thursday! Dec. 1 at 11 a.m. with "" ::
Rev: Jonn Richardson officiating. I
Interment will be in Roselawn !
Cemetery ,In Lakeland under the :

direction of Jones Funeral Home. -'

'Lester A. Crosby, )

'Lester: Alton Crosby, of Starke, SANTA1NO
d.Pd; Nov 22 at Whispering Pines

Care Center,following an! extended,
1U,1C3M. ,. '
Born and raised in Bradford County ititu

Mr, Crosby was retired from the ,I
"' State Road Dept:, and was deacon
,and member of Bayless .Hwy. Baptist -
Church.. '
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Iris McRae Crosby;, three sons,
\ Brunswick and Charles of Ocala;;

:!.i,'. of three Alachua daughters,Mrs. Joyce Mrs. Pansy Broadwell Taylor of Bcpgt' SALE ,ENDS 1S 7 BB WHILE THEY LAST !

; ( Lake and Mrs. Sue
"' ASDurl'
Middleburg; two
brothers, Oscar Crosby of Baldwin
and Floyd Crosby of ,Starke; 14
grandchildren, and 19 great,,
grandchildren. .
I 1i.'ut\fI'all1ervicee were held Friday "

I I'. with at Ihe.BayleM.Rev.Leaton l Hwy Morgan....Baptist officiating'Church.', ? "' '$s4MUNQ Quasac **I1C/I duaSar O HITACHIGOLDSTAR i iI

and Rev. JD Robinson assisting. HITACHI PHILCOItCl

r, BJrial was in Crosby Lake PHILCO I 8 SAMSUNG
Cemetery under the direction of Archie
Tanner. Funeral Home of

Starke. RCn
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; Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Cross''
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,'r\':,' Mrs Ruth Eleanor Cross,' 72, of
\,',' Lake Geneva, died Nov. 22 at her rt IN A 4G 70
;:' ', "I' residence following an extended il-
,,' )lness. ppILY
i" Born June 24, 1916 in Schenectady, 471I
NY., Mrs. Cross moved to Lake
''Geneva in 1978. She was a
'homemaker and a member of First
,Assembly of God'Church in
I' Keystone, Admiral ,r ADMIRAL
;I -I Cy
Survivors Include her son, Arthur Gibsorr 1\\5tl
W Cross of Lake Geneva; her\
:daughter: ; Shirley .Mosctietto of Magic ""n" Chef

..... Western Shores, Md.; four brothers Chef Kiet.*..Ai r'
Bobby and William DeCoste both
Schenectady, Charles Hyson of Pro- -iLij
i 'vidence, RI.' and Richard Hyson of' -I
San Jose Calif.three sisters,Alice EVERY FiRSrCIN
DeCoste and Vivian Eagan both of COME
Schenectady and Pat Knapp of ,
'. Apalachian; N,Y.; eight grand' FTR '
children grandchildren, and1" three great 'wrT1' G' A-

Funeral .services' 'were held'Nov.
26 in First Assembly of God Church
with Rev. Ken Pippen officiating Interment A -- MAYTAG.IL'Magic
was in Keystone ,Hts. -. TAPPAIZ .
Cemetery under'the direction of Chei r.r
Jones Funeral Home.......,,. Gibson M Chef
In lieu of flowers,' the family re- Gibson
quests donations to the Building :
Fund of First Assembly of God uI"ITEM

Church,. P.O. Box 1306, KeystoneHts. _
I 32656. KIee1..A1d
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Clyde C, Griffis o SALE
At !
Clyde Clinton Griffis Sr. '77 of W
Lawtey, died Nov. 14 at Bradford
Hospital following an extended il
lness. ,
Born and raised In Bradford County -
Mr.Griffis retired from the Dept. '

"r, of Transportation as an inspector EMPIRE I 1 It's simple, if. we can't' beat. ARKLHARBRIL
He was .a member' and deacon in i I
." Evergreen Baptist Church. /Atlanta the price, it's yours' free! r

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Come in to any of our convenient -' t''
Sybil Rosier Griffis; his son, Clyde Dearborn ,' '
'. Clinton Griffis Jr. of Lawtey; his stores' for complete; Sony

\. daughter,Mrs Geraldine McDonald M details!.
't of Jacksonville; one brother NUJ A"K
,I r Carlton Griffis of Atlanta Ga.: two To
i io
If sisters,, Mrs. Bertha' Griffis of pN maw i'
Lawtey and Mrs. Eva Mae Tyson of
Jacksonville; four grandchildrenand ,

Funeral 11 great-grandchildren.services were held .t "ZUlwteoai et Sa.e e o Ei a a"

: Evergreen Baptist I Church in
=' Lawtey with Rev. James Saunders APPLY FOR YOUR SAWYER
I. I: 'officiating. Burial was In Long STORE:. HOURS .. '. CREDIT CARD TODAY

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:, Claude Fred Hamner, 84, of QUALIFIED BUYERS
;:" Lawtey. died Nov. 26 in Methodist

,1, ,Hospital In Jacksonville following 1103 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE 964*7701
extended illness ,
an Born Sept. II, 11104 In Georgia, Mr.i 250 S.W.9TH.A AVENUE LAKE BUTLER 496-2564

Hamner moved to Lawtey 15 years



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From page 2B the volume truck dealers in Florida. dent of the firm well on the way to
ToStump's Clyde gives Bryon credit for' As Byron's experience grew,. he being the solo owner. '
ordering pick-ups In selling colors was given increasing responsibilities .
with most wanted options, enabling In the management of the I ,A Challenging Job.:.. ,
': Terwillegar; Motors to become! one of dealership. Today, Byron I is presl- An automobile dealership, large'
or small, is one of the most challeng
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There is the constant pressure by the
% at+ + Htllrqm.nl Community R.tlr.m.nt Home manufacturer sell, sell sell.,,.
, ,'I 'I. Iy A mull ratlwrnvnt l In ttih..... with an insatiable appetite for sales.
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Bradford community atoo have 8u-Er R lwrmnt
,j: ('::,' :; ''lj' ;:,,',, Square j.I hav*rantall aiooi; or.M Horn A llc nMd group and all of them have, i it still must be
1'II\\1'I,, \ '; [;' 4 t 4'I tis C.r.Ind.pe d.M..nbr.M IIt i horn for Mnkn t sold.
?b', ''IJf.: ,:',(,1i{., M/:";' StarkeSaturda p t ,,. quM Mltlng w 511 a ... _wtM sWwrbn. Selling new cars and trucks Is only,
''It' ;s,,"7 ij<" '\\I"i" ., 51" '' L non.-IIk..tmo.phxa At W.glwpoflOllalzocl....- the first step with the transaction
4 rY': !",:,!\,,3',,,1'v.i:' \.I'1 _"'-" 8u Ers w oft.r housing tgllllllM 24 hr iupcrvlakin,,run,mull 'being cometed only when the used
}1/<" ,.1':': r ,, fir. ,mild and laundryMrvlcM .1oundIy.-. car trade-in has been successfully
Y .' w h a 24 hr long torm.tay.ColUMnurltr ,.marketed at a profit.
meg.nc'r''nt.m. * '" '.< \ MMla optional 468-2619 -- that the Service Department should
',i''.',' t'''" UJ .,, Imlle South on S.R 325, Hampton, FL. Sue Cult Walker be a profit maker paying rent and
} Dec '3 ..... i'y other,overhead expenses. Few ser'
\, ':rat. \',;.,: ;t t' vice departments break even most
:" : ,lose money. Just another problem'
:'t..t;. ," R .. COUPON. COUPON COUPON with which the owner has to contend
\,,<'';:::,: in his daily challenge to keep;, the

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.doors open.: '
Customers usually think cardealers A dealer must know almost dailyhis
finalize a car sale by filling financial status, since he is in a
.' .out a few blank forms,collecting the fluid market.This need to know re-
:"" money and making a bank deposit quires' modern 'accounting equip-
\i i"I' I'' In reality, the sales ,of cars and 'ment and records keeping, with attendant "
1 $ Ix trucks generate a mountain of' personnel, trained In the
paperwork, with the customer seeIng ''field of automotive accounting.Accounting
only the tip of the Iceberg personnel make regular
Voluminous records must be main'; reports for various taxes, including
tamed, tracking all new vehicles sales taxes, withholding and Social
received, their sales and sales of Security taxes Workmens Comp.,
''subsequent trade-ins,until the final Ad valorem and, others. The
wash-out.of a junker. taken, in trade- ,


Refinance, Purchase. Construction, 2nd

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Harold K. Davis

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.. Luxury Model.. '964-7083
I';' Chryaler....man Jimmy Strlcklanc'oo..IJ".he'.ready for a night out on the town In the front.of the.company'."New Yorker*. Office located In tongchamp Home'Bldg. 1 1/2 mite! :3 on'U.8.301

I'',: Florida Senic Trail DedicatedThe '

Florida National Scenic Trail Rd.105 and follow the signs to Camel, LAZ-DOY
;was dedicated during a special day Lake. '
-of events on Saturday Nov 19.,The Added to the National Trails
,dedication recognized the first System by Congress1,in 1983 ,the
110-mile segment of the Sunshine 'Florida National Scenic Trail is one
State's Rational Scenic Trail. 'of only eight National Scenic Trail Is
The events took place at the (one of only eight National Scenic '
Apalachicola National Forest's Trails in the nation. -
Camel Lake'Recreation Area To, For more"information\ about the
reach the area, take Hwy, 20 from' Florida National Scenic Trail, con-
i.''"' Tallahassee to Bristol.Turn south on tact the U.S. Forest Service,.227 N. LiDAYME
Hwy. ,,12 and go approximately 12 Bronough Street Suite 4061, '

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'I News Briefs ,

Two Men Arrested the vehicle and Imhoff was charged ville and Barry Len Morris, 31,, of, ed from jail after a $1,840.25 surety Recent ArrestsIn less than 20 grams cannabis, according
Told To with ,maintaining a vehicle.te Gainesville
Stay were charged Nov 28 bond was posted.
to He releas-
Deputy King. was
Out of possess a controlled substance- cocaine with grand theft according to Lt. Bradford CountyThe' '
AreaTwo ed after a $500 surety bond was
said Hodges. Imhoff also John
was Dempsey. The two men
men arrested''Saturday on' 'charged on a Duval warrant for allegedly stole a> 1986 Chevrolet Man Again'Arrested by local following arrests were made posted.
drug charges violation of probation for worthless pickup truck from For authorities in Bradford
were told by the county Crosley Manufac StealingA County. Ronald'Byers
,34, was arrested
judge to stay out of the Reno check with bond set at $5,003. turing. '
A vehicle area. A '' 38-year-old Starke >' has Nov. 18 for violation of probation,according (
stopped Nov. 26 juvenile passenger was also Bond for'the 'charge was set' at man
at SR-18 Robert
and US-3ol was approached charged with possession of cocaine $2,000 cash or surety. Lucas and again been arrested for stealing,this Olin Fulgham,St., 31, was to Investigator David
by Lt. time at a residence arrested Nov 27 on a warrant chargIng Aderholt. Bond was set at $500, he
John Hodges who asked the driver if, and was released into the custody of Morris remains' ;! custody. on St. Clair St.
he could search his car and his parents said Hodges.' Tommy Brown of 1001 N. Oak St. failure to pay child support, according was 'released. on his own
was'given was to Deputy Harvey. Rhoden. recogizance,
permission. Found Imhoff was released on his own apprehended carrying
on the rear Starke Man Faces ,At his
seat was a piece of rock cocaine. On recognizance on the Bradford County aluminun siding from behind a shed first appearance he was Edward Cummings:: was arrested\
the passenger side floorboard was charges and transported to Duval Multiple ChargesA Nov. 26, according to Patrolman released and ordered, to pay., Nov. 19 for possession of a firearm
Susan .
,found County' Nov. 28 to face B. Wilkerson. The siding matched
88 pending
Individually by a 1 convicted felon, according to
wrapped (20 19-year-old 'Starke Ronald
pieces of charge. man facesmultiple the siding on the shed. Eugene Newman Jr. 18.of .
i cocaine and a crack Patrolman Mack Short. Nov. 23
charges after Neighbors Keystone arrested
being said
ar had Heights was
they heard
pipe bang-
t according to Lt. Hodges. Both rested. Ing and had called police. Nov. 24 for throwing ,a deadly Cummings was charged with violation
f, I ship.driver and passenger denied owner Lawtey Chief Gets Joseph Brian Stafford was charged -' Brown was charged with burglary missile into an occupied vehicle; according $5,000, of cash probation with bond set a
Local on a capias Nov.25 with burglary and possession of drug ,paraphernalia to Deputy Barry King. only He remains) ,in
Barry Simmons OffenderA ,
25, of Columbia, Drug custody
Ga. an occupied dwelling, according after a cooper pipe used for Newman alleged! threw a beer bottle
was arrested for possession of 67-year-old Lawtey man was ar- to Investigator David Aderholt.Staf smoking crack cocaine was found in at a.car on SE 41st Place. Bond David McSpadden of Lake Butler
cocaine possession of'drug rested at his home Monday during a ford allegedly burglarized a his pocket, said Wilkerson. was set at$1,000,he was released on 'was arrested on a warrant for grand
: vehicle paraphernalia to and maintaining a bust where a small amount of pot residence on N. Walnut St.last July. Bond was set at$1,000, he remains his own recognizance theft(firearm)',according to Deputy
,: possess, cocaine.Bond was and crack was found. He was released after a$1,000 surety in custody. Doug York. Bond: was set at $1,000,
set at $3,000. Also arrested, was a A warrant was served on Tommy bond was posted. Brown was arrested Nov. 7 for Steve Goodman, 30, 'Was arrested he was released on his own
Davis passenger In the car, Willie Lee Edward Tucker at his home on CR- Nov. 27 Stafford was arrested for burglary, brand theft, burglary of a Nov. 18 for aggravated assault and recognizance.
27, of Putnam Hall. He was 225E Nov. 28 where Chief M. M.Jor- driving under influence and wilful- conveyance. He was arrested Nov. 9 spouse abuse, according to Lt. John JoAJice Goodman '
and charged with possession of cocaine dan assisted by the sheriffs deputies ,wanton reckless driving by for trespass after warning. Hodges, pond; was set at $2,000, he Nov. 14 for burglary,, 29, arrested .
possession of drug paraphernalia located paraphernalia to smoke Patrolman Danny Thrift. Additional Brown has also been charged with was released on his own Patrolman grand theft by
,according to Lt. Hodges.Bond crack cocaine and the drugs. charges fo fleeing attempting to I the burglary theft of the Roping tecognizance.. $10,000) Short (with) bond set at
was set at$2.000. Tucker was charged with possession elude and no valid driver's license Club, Sunshine Electric and CSX. ,own recognizance.i was released Nov Davis and Simmons were releasedon of drug paraphernalia, posses-' were brought by .Patrolman Jeff After each arrest Brown was released Bryan; Charles Bowman, 2:7. was
there own recognizance and told sion of controlled substance,posses, Johnson. Stafford was again releas- on his own recognizance. arrested., Nov. 20- for possession of
by Judge George Pierce to stay sion of less than 20 grams of cannabis -' ., ... .
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A 24-year-old 'Middleburg 'man Assisting in the arrest was In- So, Prices( j$1 )
was arrested in Starke for a traffic vestigator David Aderholt Lt. John r combine to bHria you ,Good _
violation,a drug charge and a Duval Dempsey and' Patrolman Charles S Thru '',
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I Ec no-Lod e 'Sale 'Boosts Land Transactions to Record Levels ':. '"I"i':;


Sale of the Econo-Lodge on Us. of Starke, $105,000 and Cathy F.. Cimo, lot 2 Geneva L.J. and A.R.. Kite to Joseph E. James R. and Jeannette J. McKay Sampson Lake>r pertiea, Inc. to "
301N boosted in Starke,. for $1.8 million, Other transactions as recorded in Lake Estates, $6,000. and Bridget A. Starling, 1 acre to Randy Alva McCord. part of lot 1 Marilyn Jane and Jodie Ann Snyzyk,;
the total land and real estate the office of the Clerk of the Courts Joyce H. Logsdon td Glenn E. and parcel in SH, of NEV4, section, 11, and lot 2, block 14,Livingston,Truby lot 24, Sampson Lake Villas.
,transactions in Bradford County to are: Anna J, Williams, lot 8, block 2, TVS, R21E. $4,500.L. and Co's Addition. to City of Starke, Lakeview, 5000. '
record levels for the month of June. William R. and Elmo G. Alter- Keystone Club Estates, ,Unit 1, ..J. and Audrey R. Kite to Linda $8,400. William G. Sapp to L.J. Kite, Sr 1
Real estate and land transactions man, the SWV of NEV4, section IS, $20,000 L. Orvis, parcel No. 29 In SVi of George Mull to Eugene Hutchinson acre In SEV4 of NEV4, section 10,
recorded in the Bradford County T7S, K22E, $34,000 Norma S, Forbes to Evelyn C. NEV4, section 11, T7S, R21E, $4,500.L. 1.25 acres in SEV4 of NEV4, sec, T7S, R21E, $30,000.
Courthouse during the month of Marion E. and Mary Ann Andrewsto Plummer and Charles Scott J. Kite. Jr. to Steven O. lion 26, TBS, R22E, $1,000. Austin Carey and Carol Ann Smithto
June totaled over $4 million, which Robbie Lee and Naomi M. Hines, Kastner, Unit 7 of Geneva Springs Moan,Teresa A.Morgan and John James M. Jr. and Phyllis M. Nor Ronald E. Sr., and Mary Jean
may be an\ all time high for sales in 1.2 acres in E'/4 of NWK, section 29, II, a condominium, $51,818. lot 44 in NWV4 of SWV4 man to Charles M. and Marian V. Newman, parcel in SWV4 of SEV,
the county during one month. T7S, R21E $65,500 Philip A.and Gena L. Gallo to L.J. section 12, T73, R21E, $4,500. McFarland lot 36,Whispering Pines section 26 TBS, R22E, 40000.
Values of transactions are figured Frank d. and Ruth H. Aston to Kite, Sr..l acre in NWV4 of SWV4., L. J. Kite, Sr. to Richard C.: Clark, Estates, Unit No. 2, $18,000. Ernest k. and Dorothy Temple to
from the amount of documentary Tony P. Searfass, lot 2Q Geneva section 12, T7S. R21E, $8,000 lot 51, 1.19 acres in NWV4 of SW',4, Roscoe S. and Eleanor L. Nortonto Jack B, and Charlotte J.Thompson,
tax stamps affixed to deeds. 'Transactions Oaks subdivision section'' 36, T8S, Gerald Griffis Construction Oo., section 12, TVS, R21E $4,500. Walter B. and Haroldean B. lots 80 and 82, Cypress Ave., Crystal
of loss than $1,000 are not R22E, $55,000.Arthur Inc to Edward C. and Ruby G. Hud L. J. Kite, Jr. to Wiliam G. Sapp, Howard '4.13 acres, partially. in Lake Homesites, $7,500. .
considered; son, lot 3 Knights Replat to City of lot 52 1.09 A. and Evylan M. Thomas
acres in NWV4 of sww NEV4 section 23 and NW Vi section 24, Kerby
Schulz Harold A.
Two commercial transactions account Bishop Starke, $40,000Gerald and L. Garrison,
section.12, T7S, R21E, $2,000. T5S, R22E, $20,000. to Mark S. Nancy
for more than half of the III and Lillian Bishop to DeWitt C Griffis Construction Co., L. 'J. Kite, Sr to Robert J. 'and Henry F. Parmenter to Thurman parcel In NVfc of SEV4 of NEV4 sec ,
value: Sale of the Econo Lodge and and Rosa L. Padgett, lot 10 Rolling Inc. to Clinton L. and Thelma J, Pauline A.Achatz, 1 acre in NWV ofSW' Jr. and Patricia H,Whitaker, parcelin tion I, T6S, R21E, $5,000.
sale of Skinner's Dairy farm on Edwards Acres, in SI/ of NEV4, section 34, Boatwright lot 14 Knights Replat to Stuart W. and
(., section 12, T7S, R21E, $9,500. SVtVt of NWV4 of NEV and 1,17 Earl Walker Jr. to
Road (the former Maurice T5S, R21E, $2,300. City of Starke. $40,9001( 1.,''J. Kite, Sr. to Kenneth I. and acres in NWV4 of NE'.. section 35, ''S. Denise WisIiart. lots 13 and 14.
Edwards farm) for $715,000. Lionel A. and Rebecca E. Blake to Gerald Griffis Construction Co,, Joyce W. Perez,parcel 14, I acre, in TBS, R22E, $18,600. block 29, Peek's Addition, $4,800.
The Econo-Lodge, formerly owned Lois C Crawford, 5 acres in lots 15 Inc. to Shelia D. Arthur .34 acre SEV4 of NEV, section 10,T7S, R21E, Kenneth B. and Joan Saklak Plattto James Edward, and Cynthia
by Triple Inns of Starke, Inc, partly in NEV4 of SEV4 section 20( and and
a and 16, Woodlawn section '32 T5S, $45,200. Michael D. and Carole Anne Moore Wheeler to Jerome Paul
Mississippi Company with offices in R22E, $L L,300. NWV4 of SWft. section 21,TGS, R22E, Samuel S. and Virginia E.. Lee to Gooderham, parcel in Gov. lot 3,section Gladys D. Rengering, .29 acres in
Melbourne, Fla., 'Was sold to $41,900. Patricia S. and Harrell M. Connelly, 25, T8S, R22E, $9,000 WY. of NWV4, section 9, T6S, R22E,
Southern Lodging Associates, Inc, a :J. Brooks and Helen L. Brown and Clyde and Mae Dell 'Green to lots 20 and 21, New Hampton Beachin Freeman Register III to Kingsley $34,000. '
Kentucky corporation, for $1.8, 'Jack M. Courtnay to Anthony J. Tringah Samuel S. and Elizabeth D. Hauler- WV4 of SWV4 of section 24, and Enterprises, Inc. lot in town of Tommy Harold Wynn to Ruthie E.
milli9n, according to tax stamps affixed lot 16 of Lake Hampton Oaks, son,5 acreS in SVi! of Gov. lot 12, sec NEV4 of SEVi,section 23,T7S, R21E, Lawtey $38,400. Wilson, 2 acres in Woof NE of
to the deed as recorded. Section 25, T7S, R21E, $7,000. tion 7,T7S Skinner's Dairy, Inc. was sold to J. Brooks and Helen L. Brown and A.Robert and. Gladys R. Green to Elsie Leverson to Tammy Davis Leavy and Cynthia Alvarez, lot 6, section 11, T7S, R21E.$27,000
Bar Sales, Inc, lots 2 and 3 of
Windfall Farms, Ltd., a limited :Jack M and R.
Marilyn Courtnay to block Nichols
Block and Edith Thomas, parcel in SW V4 of 1, Acres, SVi ,
2 Addition
,Highway to Starke
partnership, Jacksonville, Fla., sold Thomas R. and Susan A Derkman,. section 32 T6S R22E ,
and SWVi, section 22, T6S, R22E, $1,000. $18,000.
parcel in section 28 T6S R22E
approximately 620 acres located just lot 6, Keystone Oaks, section 13, T8S,,; Fanny E. Loyd to Mary R. and/or Sampson Lake Properties Inc to EZWHEELS
west of Forsythe Road, in sections 4, R22E, City of Starke, $40,000. Allen and Ann Jol- .
$53200.Greg Nora J. Cavilee, 2.18 acres in E'/4' of Eugene Virginia
Hubert and Blanche Hall to Keith '
5, 8 and 9 T7S, R22E, for and Kathy Brumbaughto
: Four other transactions$715,000.exceeded) 'Keystone. State Bank, Unit 2, and Wanda Sineath, 2 parcels in Gov. lot 2,' section 18,, T5S, R21E ly, lot 20 in section 4. .T7S. ,, R21E,
Geneva ,SEV4, section 6, T6S, R22E $25,000. $25,000. 15000. I
$100.000Dudley: Springs 1, a condominium. ){
Lake Inc. to
$50,000. Sidney J. and Helen L. Hall to MASO, Inc. to Dwight Grayson, lot Sampson Properties. 1320 N.Temple Ave,
'P. 'Hardy to Florida National Richard. Caldwell to David L. Harold L. Biddix, lot 14, M. F, Wig 31 Deerfoot Trail, ,section 2,. T7S, Kathy R21E L.Cobb, lot 22, section 4, T7S, I Starke
Bank Properties Inc, parcelin Huber, lot 10 Ritchey Estates,$4,500 gins subdivision, section 7, T6S, R21E, 18000. f ,
E'/i of SE'/4 of SEV4, and lot 13 in Daniel T. and Ruth D. Callan to R22E, $23,100.Hatcher 964-7783

.Crystal Lake Homesites", $149,600 'Gregory C. and Pamela M. Thorn- .Sr. Timber to Hubert Curtis ;i.tfrrrrr.....: .::;...;..:.;...;..:.;...;.'.. .Buy Here Pay Here<
ton, 40.5 acre parcel in NE'/i of and Margielene Coley Carter, ;+{'{{{ {r. "r j:3. j:":":":'':'':''' .
Trustees of the Church of God,422: and lot 23 and 26, Woodlawn,. 20 :f.fsrrr S 11"1",,",," .':S.rr. We FinanceFREES
NWVi SE'/i of NWV seciton 21, acres, :.. :..:. .. .
N. St. Clair Street, Starke, J. T. T7S, R21E, $33,000. section 17, T5S, R22E, $40,000. ..'.".. 1"1"l",....,....,...."....,....,...
Kirkland, Roscoe K. Scarbro and Gilbert Q and Louie Bell Crosley, Norton D. and Mildred D. Inlow to % : /enUa :..: ;
Joseph Reese, purchased from to Pete S Lobiondo, 2 parcels In Kary 1 I.. Jones, lot 3 block C, Mt. ... : S ..,.,.,. !
.George E. Smith, Trustee, an 8 acre SWV of SW'/4, section 24,T7S,R21E, Pleasant on Silver Lake, fwrvtng. a <','\ & ; .".-::/:,,.
parcel with house located in portions $11,000. life estate $15,000.
of blocks 1 and 2 north, ranges 2 Ronnie C.: and Norita V. Davis to Jesse Jean Karst to Gina G.Safer, !' t Shear Design "If:
and 3 west, of Simon J. Temple's Cecil F. and Opal M Smith, EH of 62 acres on Westmoreland St., ( 1989
Subdivision, City of Starke, $115,000. W'i'$ lots 48, 57, and 41 north of graded Starke, $21,700.Floried 118 S. Thompson St.: PicturesqueCalendars
Carol R. Basshardt to Robert and road and W'/i of W4 of E* lots Killingsworth to James F. 1
Michele Curtis, the E 100 ft: of block 48, 57 and 41, north of graded road,: and Robert C Cowart, 22 acres inN ,Starke 964-4151
7, Gov. lot 1, section 22, .T7S, R22E Woodlawn. ,,:section 11 ,.T5S, ,R22E,' W V4'of SEV4 section. 28, T6S,R22E '
Lakeside' Subdivision,';, Santa'. Fe?, $13,200 \$15,000 '9t'Cr. 'Beautiful Scenery -
'Urns Christmas
Lake, $103,000William ., J. C. bukes to'Troy K.";'and Sheryl" James E. Kirkendall, Jr, to Julius' SpeciaC Stop By and Get,Yours
B.:and Norma D. Thompson Ely, lot.6 'Country Club Estates Benjamin and Susan Mills Batten I .
to Evan B. and Rebecca $5,500 NEV4 of NEV4 of NEV4, section 24, K; 'Perms, Today!
Dubolsky, lots 4, 5,6 and T, block 1, W.C. and Mary H. Emery to J; Sand T8S, R22E, a/k/a .lot ,20" Paradise Tt9.$4pJJO' $30,
E., S Matthews Addition. the City, Betty E. Johansen and Frank J,; I Shores, 18500., .

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I' ObituariesMrs '% :.rztg.ZFLt.S'' g.s 2 5.00 15SS a '75 Cadillac'

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Catherine Allen the' direction: [.of 'Jones Funeral reason we are truly grateful Custom Interior,,
\ Mrs. Catherine P. Allen 'ot Home, ., Iris Crosby,wife mmm:: .We LiC.'A'' to !K-en 9'ou }.,
;' 78, -;Children ................:..... firrr Down
r Keystone Heights,died Friday Nov Card of Thanks.The : Jimmy,Lavon, Charles, ::: :: :: :: :: ::''..
25 in North Fla. Regional Medical -- Pansy,Joyce &Sue .",..",.."..,.."..,...".,.."..,.'.,....,........ Looking .C-j00 I 495 -ZPayments
Center in family of Lester Crosby would .:.,.:.". ,..,..,..,.:.,..,..,..,.. :
Gainesville . . .
following ,an . . .
extended illness.,' like to express their heartfelt thanksto ...,.........,....,....,.........,.........,....,....,....,......... .
Born in our friends for the many gifts of
Aug 2, 1910 Cedartown, In MemoryIn -- -- -
Ga., Mrs. Allen moved to Keystone love expressed by the flowers, food, .
in 1978 from Gallatin,Tenn. She was ,visits and your prayers during. the memory of our father Dan
a retired restaurant and loss of our loved one. Peeples.. Always so truthful '.'
::: Methodist. owner a Special thanks to Rev.. Lea ton. unselfish and kind. For in thiaworkihis '. ., OWN : :ORc OwN: HQMEr '
"'t tnATr'iFor .
Survivors include her sister, Mrs. Morgan, Rev J.D. Robinson, Buddy equal you'll never find. A / H fdSP. '
Patricia Bobert of Keystone and five Ball and Gayle Davis, the Staff at beautiful life that came to an end.He
1 grandchildren. Whispering pines Care Center and died,as he lived everyone's friend. '
Memorialization will be by cremation Archie Tanner Funeral Home. We love you. Daddy, and miss you Less Than :You Would Pay Rent!
I with burial at a later date under! Our loss was great, but these people so .
made it easier to bear! For: this Your children.ed .
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I :: L '-I ; Closing .

I;' ." The U.S. Army Corps of The water -level in Lake as soon as possible to 18 feet mean DownPayment y "; Costa
;': Engineers, Jacksonville District, Ocklawaha will be reduced from 18 sea level. "
I ;,. will lower (he water level I in Lake feet, mean sea level, to 13 feet, mean During'' the drawdown, ,r After 5 ,
..Ocklawaha beginning Dec, 1 and, sea level until April, 1989. At that maintenance work will be performed -, pm
continuing through Dec 15. time, the water level will be increas- on Rodman ,Spillway. OFFICE: ra ,7sx,
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Attorney at, Law GRIFFIS CONSTRUCTION 3BR.ll/aBidh CO.

Highway 3O1 South Starke

Wishes to Announce OPEN: Mon.-t=d. La.m.til 5 p.m. Saturday-8 a.m. tl Noon

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I Terwillegar Motors's; Fast Growth Rivals That 'of, Dealers in: Larger, Cities .1

from page iBmanufacturer mainder fronting on Madison St.., Is accessed ,continue, with the possibility of ad-
long standing and financial stability proven track record in sales, stability of the Perryman propertywill
other lines ,In the future,
coastedthrough in excellent staff and be utilized lot for from Adams St. The street, which ding
require a 10-day may well have sit back and financing, as a parking automobiles and big
report on the 10th, 20th and last dayof life. location are a few of the reasons the Chrysler line of new cars and runs south from SR-100,continues to possibly luxury
the month, and woe to the accountant When Byron was asked the reason given in making ''a decision to trade-ins. The lot will be, paved be shown on city !! but essen- trucks. ,including over-the-road trac-
Terwillegar tors.liyrbn's
that misses broaden the line. before long, Byron tially serves only ,
the deadline. for taking on a second line of cars product nays
Registrations be dealerships To back his confidence ''in Motors,since it owns the property on penchant for accepting,
and trucks he "Mega
completed, said up be
Across Madison St. this business challenge
a new building both sides of the one blocklong'street. may ,
license with
of the future, downtown TerwillegarMotors
tags purchased and a are the wave Starkel Is under way with excavation being' likened to the response by Sir Ed-
General has acquired'additional real -
myriad other forms Ford with
filed combinations of
for famed mountain
made will mund the
equipment. This buildingwill The front of the new building Hillary,
and reported.Add Motors well as Ford- estate in recent ,with ,
products as years exposure
house asked in the
a new venture with climber who was why
house the facility,
all the small frustrations to'' Chrysler or General Motors and on Call, Court and Madison (SK-100) climb Mount
of either franchise. end service world would he want to
the south housing;
the human element Streets, and US-301.
generated by a Chrysler.
Everest. Hillary's ,
large staff, and the layman begins to Actually it is a matter of In support of the expansion, the The new facility will be a "Quick ,facilities for Chrysler for products.expansion "Because it's there," says response it all.
understand the pressures owners of economics, since some costs of old Kock Drug Store building has I lube" operation with two bays, Byron K yn .plans ..
an automobile dealership feel each operation will remain reasonably been completely renovated, a new supervised by former chief of police L
day. i constant with the addition of a new building has been completed, and Jimmy Bowen. Byron says OILRLLfln
It is a daily challenge. line,,,_"We will add about 15 another is under construction. Long motorists can see when a bay is
employees to handle Chrysler pro- range plans call for more changes in empty and can get his automobile aws,Mahuof .+. .,
What About,Two...l'' ducts, but it will not require the physical plant. serviced without waiting. 5!! ,NaI.. +s+ / CNfiSC Mtlo ,
If one franchise offers a challenge, duplicating 'all positions" Byron The completed building,'a sales office The former Rock's building has I CAF&h.r-q GOURA4tt p.sl..wq 7.7 7.f suns a.e irrvuti vc.+e.e,rwrG+C en1 4we..p a d..s i j
why would anyone want two fran- said. for the Chrysler line, sits on the been converted to a show room, new :::, b..C, ; .. I.n.. V'h 55 x./. )C11cssa PGAL LL
chises, more especially under one Reminded that Chrysler dealer- back of the old ''Ferryman" property ,car sales offices, and offices for 4 GouAAttr 1 0 s, Er nw.f WI eemb..r x ehaaw
roof?' ships in Bradford County have not acquired several years ago. Most behind-the-scenes functions required 'bam...40":1........W.J ...rd"r lda.. t1'AA( AMPRItq/J/ f rf,4. t
Byron Terwillegar, whose future enjoyed a great deal of success in starke residents will remember the in the operation of a dealer' ) CAFE .}ao ,t, y..L-ef. $jnn..f7 y)(fdASf B6fF SdSi t.tr t'
looks secure with one of the best pro- times past, Byron Terwillegar citesa moving of the Perryman house by ship. The Ulterior of the building is' ...... "l.n.1.pes,.Io..e jai -.T. /' ,.f t.4)ZKPPEP .
duct lines available, an excellent number of reasons for optimism Randy Johns, which created a bit of remarkable, modern and fresh, in 2 Lo a.S. lOACtrCONAO ro os.uJMfa.tni
Motors has the excitement by moving a three story its design and hem.prY..I"e r tlo
staff, the best location in the county saying Terwillegar appearance.The FACSM JAt.AOS" 1 oue,* AMrpicM
fa.y )
7,0o 4
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The Premier a..a.a1. -
Buster Rahn Eagle developed by
by you ever wanted' in a fine ., ocuaT fat. i PA.ITRAMt ttzOpusis i.
both model be If '
BCT Staff Writer American Motors prior to being sold can purchased as APEIIAL OMOReVOteOr
car. .everything, says ..CegVPO
cab and chassis e..i; .Wtirhue
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The Chrysler Product line which to Chrysler, offers styling and performance only. '
Strickland, Chrysler products sales "There is ci'ps t Fr-/cep. 10 9e OFF, Au.qitroFAFr' .
for 964-3651
now includes Jeep and Eagle Chrysler, in a four door sedan. a Chrysler product r.1J' -
for Terwillegar
vehicles wide of manager The LeBaron, most popular con- every need and every, pocket book,, eFcs. .. $ CovPo,1 uV; oe : -::
covers a spectrum Plymounth, Dodge, Eagle and Jeep ....{ 1.ae/r.nt/ '-.L'ONLY'11'10o0b r.EL.p.tt;
to suit .Fh.psP ,
cars and trucks, to meet every need, dealer, in Starke. vertible on the road, is mid-size and equipped Strickland every individual, in4i-SAL. ,sus' ,..fr THeou6M Nov. pa" ohfa........_see-b..l
up through one-ton trucks. mid-priced. It is also available in a says uiJ It198'S _
Caravan and Voyager, -the minivans hard top coupe The LeBaron GTS is
From the inexpensive Horizon to pioneered by Chrysler, now available in a Euro-stvled. '4doorsedan.
the luxurious Chrysler Fifth Avenue, come In regular and grand models, .
from the Jeep to the Dodge Daytona with a choice of wheelbase lengths. The Plymouth Reliant and Dodge
sports vehicles, from the imported The two cars are "America's choice'of Aries lines are being replaced with
D-50 pick-up truck to the one-ton mini vans,'* Strickland says. Euro-styled ''Cars sporting new FLEETWOOD
D-350 sporting a Cummins Diesel The Dodge Daytona'' Coupe is a names. The Plymouth Acclaim and \
engine, Chrysler competes in fine sports car, 'with Euro styling. Dodge Spirit will debut this model
touring sedans,sports vehicles,light Available options including a turbo year, maintaining a competitive line 3 BR 2 BA DoublewideShingle
,, trucks and in-between models with charged power plant, turns up per- of cars in the low price field. ,
a wide range of engines, powering formance for those looking for a hot The Shawdow and Sundance are '
front and rear wheel drive, 3 X 2's car. Dodge and Plymouth cars,offered in roof wood siding; plywood floors, .
and 4 X 4's. 2-door sport coupes and 4-door delivery and set-up Fleetwood. yr: f 14,900Factory ,
,The Jeep,in 2WD or 4WD,remainsthe i sedans, priced? below 'the Acclaim warranty and Extended Warranty '
The Chrysler Fifth'Avenue isaunique ''same dependable vehicle introduced and Spirit. FHA& VA,Too Open,7 Days!! )
luxury automobile with a' by the military in WWII. The Dodge Truck line, from the
traditional ,v-8 engine 'and rear While it come with many options, it imported D-50 to the D-350,are tough.
wheel drive. The 318 CI V-8 engine remains a jeep at heart. vehicles, for work or play. ''Direct'' Means 'Wholesale Prices only at
'has been an Industry standard for 30 The Grand Wagoneer. top of the The D-50 comes only with 'a V-6 I
years, providing dependable serviceIn line 4WD wagon is rapidly becom-' :engine, but the Dodge 318' Isavailable
automobiles and trucks. 'Only ing the most popular vehicle of its, in the D-100. D-150 and the' '
4-door sedans are available in the type on the American market.; D-250 trucks. The Dodge 360 is stan
Fifth Avenue line.: There ,is a reason for ,its' dard in the D-350 trucks. The Cum-
TheChrysler, New Yorker,, "All .'

I \ Wildlife I Alert. Award Increased $2,000Lake HOUSING # 1 81 #2

City 'The Wildlife Alert however we now have enough Infor- 'that remains is to tie the person or
Reward Association is offering a mation to believe the animal was persons to the site" said Weaver,
reward for information leading to killed Intentionally," Weaver said.. Texas cougar number 18 was an
the arrest of the individual or In- Game and Fresh Watger Fish adult male that ranged from the' H\VY. 41 N. & us' 9O,WEST LAKE CITY,.FLORIDA
dividuals involved in the killing of a Commission, wildlife 'scientists' Osceola' National Forest to' the
western cougar that was part of a monitoring the cat's movements Georgia State Line'often, crossingUS
study by the Florida Game and located the animal over the weekendof Highway 441 moving to'the 755-52O7 '. '752-8627
Fresh. Water Fish Commission. October 15-16 approximately 25 Suwannee River. : "
"This brings the toW reward up to1s ...JniIes north of Lake City. Monday, Anyone with Information about the'
,$2,000 for Information le dll1g..ta.an. ctober 7.' the radio monmitoring killing of this amimal is urged to call ,, :: !?twoq&l'sy 1, Dealer in the State" ,
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i several months of intense inventory Isted during Chief Jimmy Bowen's recovered stolen property was never (Jnfc Incident .which,' had KUl/K:'
; of the evidence room at the administation has been corrected. returned: to the .owner' and Is now puzzled was having two stray
\ ,Starke Police Department, the end While H. F. Wiggins was' acting' missing, said Fifirtw" firearms. The two firearms, one'
. may be In sight. police chief 'Officer Michael Me- found in Bowen's car and one loanedto '
zyve Clain was appointed evidence custodian Last week narcotics which had Wiggins, were found to belong to,
,: While the investigation continuesinto and the task began to clean up been recovered during the past I the city but'did not appear on the
some missing reports items well the actual several said Fuentez.
';4 the system' as as years were properly disposed department inventory
', ,,, and firearms, the items belonging to 'clean up'of, evidence from several' of by the police, FDLE and the' The pistols have now been properly'
I ,', :' victims where cases have .been years,"' said Fuentez, state attorney. With a custodian anda returned to the city and placed inventory -
. of have been returned to
' I proper, system in place to avoid ,
, .; \ the victims,' according to Florida Recovered property was in of.fleer' any further problem the depart The possiblity of additionalcharges
Department of Law Enforcement lockers, on the floor and scat ment will function as it should have still exists and could be filed
j Agent!: Paul Fuentez, tered about the building all without
In the the continues,
past, according to Acting as Investigation ;
I'The sloppy condition 'which ex proper paper work. In some casesCrack Chief Bill Reno: Kuentez,
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routine traffic patrol by a J nes' was arrested at that time- man his name and he replied'Willis and $700 cash.'The'man who l said his
'\': city police officer a white Dodge was for no valid license. The passenger Chandler" at which time the officer, name was Chandler had left the
., spotted in the Reno area. While be- of the car got out and started lockingthe told Chandler to give him the keys. scene during the arrest of Jones. He
,e ing observed the Dodge made car up which was parked in the Chandler,said the car, belonged to a is being sought as well as the owner
.' I several stops. During the third stopa middle of the road. Smith aakt-rl I' friend in, Gainesville and gave the of the Dodge.,
"t' \ man approached the car and got keys to someone in the crowd.
I I .' behind the wheel. The driver the vehicle said his name was Keith During a search of the--vehicle Jones was charged with unlawful
"r.lt became the passenger. McCoy Jones, 24, but said he had left crack cocaine was found next to the tag driving! while license' suspended
',1,( I his license at home. A computer 'driver's seat, said Smith., After the possession of cocaine crack and
": The vehicle wag stopped after the, check revealed Jones' license was car was impounded the back seat sale of cocaine. Bond was'set' at,
it/ ; Stash Destroyed... driver failed to make a turn signal suspended. A check on the'' tag was found a brief case with 200 $2,120,25, Jones remains in custody.
":t 1 Thl Illegal<< marijuana and unoUng Implement Were destroyed by the during a right' turn according to number on the'' car' was found to' medium size rocks of crack cocaine, Assisting in the arrest was
,,:, Bradford County Sheriff Office: Patrolman Gordon Smith Driver; of altered, said Smith. a notebook with buyers names in it Patrolman Mack Short.

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Donald Dean. Bond was set ,at possess cocaine, possess ion" drug DUI, according to Patrolman Wayne
Williard 42
Leroy Thornton $1,002.7; he was released on his own, paraphernalia, conspiracy to buy co Wilkinson. Richardson's blood ,
arrested Nov. 18 for DUI, accordingto
" Frederick recognizance, .. caine, according to Lt. Hodges Bond alcohol content was ,12 percent
'I Troy Sf, 46, of Chipley.was Trooper D, p, Roberts:' He was '.
set at he was released on Bond set he released
arrested was $5,000, was at $500, was
,'., Nov. 28 on a warrant released after a $500 surety bond
, Lawrence Dwayne locunv'22 of charging worthless check (three )dward Allen' Grover was arrested his own, recognl .ance' ,by Judge on his own recognizance;
,",;t Lawtey was arrested Nov, ,28 for counts>, according to Deputy King. was,posted. Nov. 27 for DUI, possession of Pierce and -Ordered to stay away'.
drug paraphernalia, according to investigator from the Reno area Pedro Garcia, 44, ,of Starke was
trespassing Bond
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after warning accor-; was set at$1,100.Troy remains, John David Ambrose, 30, was ar.
arrested Nov 27 for' wilful-wanton
" Aderholt.'Grover's blood :
ding to Patrolman Jeff Johnson. ,
,in custody. rested Nov. 21 for DUI, according to
'"i' I{' Slocum was released on his Own alcohol content was .12 percent. ''James'Edward RocheJlei,56; was. reckless driving according to In-
Bond set at
r; recognizance after bond was set at Traffic Deputy Rhoden. was Marijuana seeds and burnt ends of arrested Nov. 19 for driving while vestigator Aderholt. Bond was set at
,;} $500. Slocum had been released from James Doyle Thornton '24, of $437.50, he was released "on his own> marijuana cigarettes were found in '\license suspended (oWLS), driving, $120,25, he was released' on' ,his own ,
, } jail Nov. 23 after being arrested Oct. Union County was arrested Nov; 19 recognizance.' 'the vehicle, said Aderholt. Bond was ;(Under influence(DUI), according to reconglz nce.
Harold Cunningham', 22,, ot 'set at $1,500, Grover was released on Lt. Hodges; He was released after a
i' ;' I 11 for possession'of a firearm by a for no valid driver's .license Douglas Allen Sechrest', 33, of
I, ,', convicted felon, possession of 'controlled (NVDL), Improper tag, according to' Alachua was arrested Nov. 18 for his own recognizance $1,2)5.25)) [ surety bond was posted, Palatka was arrested; NOV 25 for
9 C, ', substance and possession of Investigator Aderholt. Bond was set DWLS improper tag, wilful-wanton.1 Michael Paul Aderhold 231 of In, DUI, according Lt.., Winston Barber.
(, t; drug paraphernalia. Bond for those at $500, he was released on his own reckless driving, fleeing eluding a terlachen was arrested Nov. ,,25 for'' James ,Alan Richardson, 40, of Bond was set at $500 he was released
t' charges was set at 2000. recognizance police officer, according to\ Trouper ,NVDI., maintaining! a vehicle to Maxville'was arrested; Nov/28 for on his own recognizance.
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