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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 8, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.. r y 2'i + On DOT Plan :

Citizen Meeting... '

'All Ministers and residents of ti :*'
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:Starke are Invited to meet at New ,

Bethel Baptist Church, Florida and : ,

.' '7pm.Keller Streets!, Thursday",Dec. 8, at 4 P, For Toll Road-

This will be the second meeting;
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held to discuss community-wide by,'Buster Hahn 400 foot strip wilt take out farm landor

problems: and seek,solutions; ,. ,' J I' 4) ( BCT Staff Writer timber'land., and in the, Lawtey
Football ..,fr f.').t! S,1 1 .. '( j, Pushed by opposition from country area, if will cut through strawberry
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Banquet. ,,
; D Q club'' area resident Jim Blood- ,producing lal1ds,"'.' veralli the court""
''The BHS (football banquet will be'' j' ; 1 g: J 1 worth to i the proposed Bradford ty'will not befefit .from the'rrta'd! ; ,"
.held tonight (Thursday) in the Na- County corridor for the' Tampa- Bloodworth said.Provisions .
tional Guard Armory on Edward's @. i Jacksonville limited access'' itoll i for''','a ''higlf .speed rail(_
Road, beginning at '7 p.m. ,Tickets t ;road, county commissioners have, ]line j are included''' in the 400 foot.coindor. '>
., 'available at door $7.50 to members set a 7 p.mDec. public hearing on Bloodworth said noise from i Jr
'and $10 to non-members. 9 i. ., the issue, high speed vehicletraffic'and high.
t\ Coach David Hurse; M.C'wlhPM : r "Quite frankly.,I'm In opposition, .speed trains inherent in a' toll road, ,..1.1
Maggio guest speaker; Spon' 1 rIr : to the road-r- period said Blood-* will be' intolerable' ,for 'l3-5': trtiit 1I;
sored by the Quarterback club' worth former parole and probation :since traffic on US-301'can'' .now be'
.honoring players and cheerleaders, officer and resident of Country Club heard at the Country Club.
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Estates. 'It has no real benefit to the' One other point'was made. Some
'Tree Sale.,,, county," he told commissioners in, of the families' uprooted by'having
;:' Starke Woman's Club will offer f ,y$4 i 1 S k t their Monday Dee?.,5, regular morn homes' condemned and 'iiipvwi or
for sale 5 for' thly meeting. demolished will not relocate in Brad
,000 dogwood trees '
Bloodworth the "Western ford County thus, the/ounty/:
cor- ( may
".. $1, at clubhouse on corner of' ,Sales, 'ridol,'" will not benefit Bradford, ''well lope desirable residents.
Walnut and Jefferson Streets,

hours Friday, Dec. 9, 2-5 p.m.** ; iii it County'since ned in the: Starke no interchange area, and if is there plan; 'to Bloodworth' call a public asked\ meeting'commissioners; in'rn'der:< ",(, '.

. .Saturday, Dec:,10, 9-noon., J4 :i i ti 'were; toll road exits do not generate'1businesses. that area residents may become ini, '

Lunch Bunch... I'i formed, and be1.heard.' Ile, 'irked: '-rtI''
/Commissioners expressed opposition commissionerS to' formulate art' of;
The Lunch Bunch will meet Fr to the' proposed 400footwidecorridor ficial policy on the issue.
', day Dec. 9, at First Presbyterian through the country'clubarea ': Bradford Commissioners have not
, Church at noon. Bring a covered #i one of the highest property made a taken a stand on the toll'rO dish and enjoy a Christmas meal l as 'i value area in the county, But they've 'at this time, but are expected toidoso
we enter the,spirit of the season, made no decision yet on the following the public' hearing1', net
M t statewide proposal. Tuesday, December 13. at 7 p.m.
', KLPOA Dinner... 1 { Clerk Gib Brown said Department I 'The western corridor Is 6f two '
one
District
Transportation ,&cft'tary'
The KLPOA will hold its annual
proposed routes, running' either Bill Miller.. on'.vacation this \week, ,
', Christmas party Friday Dec;, 10.. d side of Camp Blandmg. The propose has confirmed he, will. 'attend\ ,the''
Social hour begins at 6:30: p.m., $ ti ed I western route runs through an' Dec. 13 meeting. J ,
.' '. with a covered dish supper. at 7p.m. area encompassing the Starke Golf Chairman Wilbur Waters said Chi'
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:",; 1 : I and Country Club and surrounding meeting will beheld in' the Courthouse :
', > Please bring a gift costing $5 orless'marked homes; possibly destroying the golf conference room, but .may. ..
: male/female,3' course and many of the area homes. move into an upstairs courtroom; if
', child/adult, i : Bloodworth pointed out the loss of ,/'additional room is needed.
\5" ,' BARC' ; taxable land to the highway, saying'' Commissisoner Maxie Carter said !
" Dinner..' ': ,, 'Bradford is a small County,,'and he is opposed to the project coming
,: The Bradford Association( for .,,ii- c'- ,'cannot afford the loss of taxable landto through the country club, area but

Retarded Citizens is having jU annual -, ,) the road." ? J 'has not made a decision on' the project .
/, Christmas meeting and ? Bloodworth said the toll road will'notijring statewide, '
covered dish dinner Tuesday, Dec. any Jobs to the area other Charles D. ".chu k.*, MfKctiwn
:' 13. at 7 P.m. Meat, drinks and rolls :\ than highway construction jobs for'' ''executive director of, the Bradford ,
,," ," wIll be furnished.: the length of time it takes to build County Economic Development Cor-
: ,; The meeting will he held at the'' M the'road. The only money' Bradford poration, said not enough research
''new Sunshine Industries work f County residents will see is for the has been done on the proposed toll, "
1t shop, r ,, ''sale of land, which'will only benefit ''road and that DOT sdhould schl' :; tt ,: ,on SR-ioo South, "
\i" ;, .landowners. ed public hearings to dlscus\i.a1t\ -

:; ) Head Start Party.;..' Anywhere in'Bradford'Count':' \ a natives to the proposal.

t: '.,' t 'An house and Christmas Set

()L, party tat and friends of .Public Hearing i '
',1 Mead will be held in the Head '
,,' Start Center at 1080 Pine St., 'Step Into, The Past,.. Bradford County Commissioners l have called a' public; hearing ,to,
r Thursday, Dec.'15, noon to 2 p.m, discuss the proposed limited access Jacksonville, to Tampa .toll road.
V' ,,. Refreshments will be served, Job E. White, Jr;, CPA. manager; of the Starke Office 'wooden doors with brass and Copper: trim;which were and its effect on Bradford County ,
"'I; .of the C.R. Smithy Jr;; CPA office in Starke. will be in use when the old Bradford County Bank first opened All interested persons are urged to attend the! meeting. ';;,aiul share;
;, ,Library! Party... ready to welcome customers to their downtown office its doors in 1914. Seen in bavkgound; are the originalon 'opinions, pro or con. '-. : .
2: .' \t 'All Children are welcome to the Call Street' next week. "' stalnedglass windows used in the bank lobby and a The meeting will be held I Tuesday' evening., Dee. ; 13: .,,at':.7 \p.in', \'Jn'\Ifit.?;: ',/I.'
huge brass candelabra hangingover the original tile' Bradford Courthouse. "
County
i Public Library seI" '
Bradford County ; ,White stands' at the front (entrance betweenmassive. floor., "
I"I cond annual Christmas party, Tuesday -: J.
t\\ ,'' DeCJ: 20"at 10 a.m. '

ii\i'' 'Camera Santa will Refreshments visit, so bring, songs your and. "Meticulous" Restoration, .On Old I'Bank ,Building, ProgressingThe I

!:I; %:stories are on the agendaspon ( ,
;; :', sored by the library staff and handsome brass fixtures"on'' Call Streets second only to the '1902 'feels that the building will be'a great "The building was 'designed: by struction. \'This' blend:;results i'n' a

, friends. walnut doors are shining as bright as' Courthouse. asset to. the Historic! Call Street, Wilbur. Talley of Jacksonville, one handsome.well-de! igned structure'" .
;' Chamber Mixer... they did in 1914, and leaded glass Job E. White; manager of:'C.R. District, and will remain one of the of the leading Southern architects of built of high quality materials.,
, :' windows With sunlight, shining Smith's Starke' office, and his staff outstanding\ landmarks of. the city his times;The most striking featureof .It is. constructed of distinctive;
The "'Business'After Hours"Chamber through stained\' glass. panels are will move into the new location the .for many years to come, the structure is its' CalLStreet buff-colored brick, laid in a Flemish:
i:. -' Mixer has been restored to mint condition.' The middle of next week, and the official facade, designed in the'' NeoClassical bond pattern. Inside features,which
," : rescheduled for Tuesday Dec. 20, will take 'when the The Smith'accounting firm,, has :
; historic 74-year-old bank building at opening place' tradition featuring four .
have been restored
I or replicated, include
*yt\ from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.ITin the old the corner of Call and Walnut Streetsis monthly Chamber of Commerce, operated a Starke office for the past monumental sandstone' columns frescoed ceilings in the m; in'
1r"' Florida Bank Building, corner of i almost ready for occupancy next Mixer is held in the building Tues. three years and had plans to build anew with,ionic Capitals,. enriched with, brass
fixtures /and
1:,.,, ; Walnut and Call Streets; ,, week, as the,Starke office of C.R. day, Dee: 20 from 5:30: to 7 o'clock,; i office in another location when egg-and-dart molding. lobby, massive
,
(" The is invited to view the learned that the bank building, chandeliers tile.fireplaces. ,
public they architecturatsurvey
&\ Smith,'Jr., Certified Public Accoun-; A historic and
and windows
dip; ;" School's Out., tants. historic building,which is now on the which had recently been vacated by'' made of buildings in the Call art glass ;;

;'[:I,' ':' Bradford County schools will The' massive sandstone columns National Register, of Historic: Williams Jewelry, was for sales; Street District several years ago '"We believe the building will'.add'
t" ,, : : close Friday, Dec. 16 for the along the front'' facade have been Places White said he and Mr. Smith had ad- referred to the old bank building as a ''significantly to the.revival of Call
' '. cleaned and tile floors and White is well pleased with the mired the old building ever' since Street and should of
: ': Christmas HolidaysOwith students original "blend of features taken from inspire owners\!
meticulous restoration given' the they came to Starke, 'and decided to
i. to classes Tuesday, Jan. fireplaces have been restored as'part Classical architecture and design other historic properties'' to-
i returning
I'..'I the Atlantic Design and purchase It for a negotiated price of [,
! 3. of an $85,000 renovation that has building by elements and building 'materials capitalize on this important asset to
't returned the former bank building to Construction Co..of Gainesville, with $60,000less than the price of its pre- "
ti" ,A Teacher's Planning Day Is fashionable at the time of its con- our community, White said.
.
\\1 X ', 'scheduled for Monday, Jan, 2. its. preeminence as a showpiece of Tom Stephens as, foreman! White ''sent renovation.viding


;;;.' .:, Effective Legal Assistance.immediately all..,per. Lawtey Council Rescinds Decision on Appointees After Opposition I Iby

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y\\ \ sons seeking assistance from Three
/', .. Rivers Legal Service, Inc. must Buster Rahn The mayor elected the ..second ficials.." no brightness to the city, you're ad- but could not muster the support of
i Ii;> ,. contact the Gainesville Office; ph. BCT Staff Writer 'alternative, directing Attorney Chief Jordan asked, "Is it !legal to ding sadness. I feel sorry for you. other council members "
i;" J: 372-0519 to schedule appointments' Faced with '25 highly vocal Hobbs to prepare a resolution, which do what you have done?" You should get the feeling of the peo- "Both sides have"good points,
::1, New clients can no longer be. seen residents and ,two non-resident was passed 5-0 by the Lawtey Coun- 'Attorney Hobbs replied, "The action pie. Correct it, or it could get out of Scott said, "This thing" can 'be worked \
II;'; on a "walk-on" basis. dissidents, the Lawtey Council cil in the November meeting. is legal." ha nd." out In a nice way.
; capitulated on' its'' November deci- Mayor Rosier took full responsibility Jordan continued,"What you have Rev. Herman Johnson 'said, "I Scott's comments fell on deaf
,J; Upcoming... sion to make the chief of police and for the action, saying other done is wrong. The dirty stunt was 'don't live in the city, but what you'vedone ears. *
;''''- Public meetings scheduled in the city clerk positions appointive, council members knew nothing of 'done while f was on vacation in, can be revoked tonight you Councilman Emmett Bright said
I" ':, coming weeks are:. rather than elective, in the Monday, the resolution prior to the November Reno, Nevada:" don't do' it, we'll find 'out what it" "I see there is going to be a lot of
that recall (council members). bickering. I suggest the issue be
' auction at Farmer'sMarket Mayor Rosier assured Jordan takes to
Pecan Dec, 5,regular meeting.Immediately meeting.
try discuss the of the action was Former mayor Robert Scott attempted tabled for now, and hold a work
{ ', at noon Thursday, Dec;. 8 following the' 'Anyone wanting to the timing
stabilize' the heated shop. It's hard for me to face the
and of the minutes, which outlined the matter must address the unrelated to his vacation and there to
: 22 reading
, unders- (tin district). I have & different -
involved. rhetoric by saying, "I can people my _
j\- Chamber of Commerce Board of the November action. Mayor legislature In Tallahassee, Mayor was nothing personal "'
about it.
".. since action taken for the goodof 'land both sides. The people think opinion
" Dec. Rosier told the audience The was
, Governors.Thursday noon 8, Marvin Rosier said, "The people Councilman Bill Crouse Said
and the ,
-' has been notified of the town," Mayor Rosier said. they are losing rights coun-
last "Tallahassee
i i- in Santa Fe Community College have'come as result of the elected who are "You'll have the same thing."
'' continued, the action!' Jordan told the council. "I won'twork cil have seen people ..
!; Conference Room.Christmas meeting. Rosier sayinghe to do their jobs," Councilwoman Laura Harris, Said
Parade, Saturday, asked City Attorney Johnny for you as an appointive chief. not qualified
t.
council cannot fire to "I think have good
i Scott said the Bright you a
I'll work for the
need the
look into .Jordan Speaks... I don't job.
Hobbs .sometime to
at 10a.m. ago
c, Dec. 10, "" elected office holders, even though idea. Some things about appointive
"v". Brooker Council Tuesday, Dec'. making the chief of police and City Chief of Police M.M. Jordan took people of Rosier Lawtey said but.not"It for is not you.my he has seen officials'elected that positions are positive, but maybe we-
' ; 13, at 730 p.m., in Brooker City clerk positions appointive. the floor to say,"This is no laughing Intention Mayor to hurt Chief Jordan. He cannot type or even count. should hold a workshop/'
'.: Hall Attorney Hobbs advised the matter. The people have been Crouse
I' Scott was mayor some 18 months Chief Jordan asked. "Mr. ,
'" Tuesday, Dec. of two alternatives. hold a Council) this can have the chief's position as.longas
, Hampton Cquncil mayor mislead. They ( pulled does when p former clerk was forcedto ,did Mayor Rosier mention., this to
the
.t' 13, at 7 p.m., in Hampton City Hall, referendum or pass a resolution over my eyes while 1 was on vacation he Job, ago resign because of his poor record you at the fire station?" '
t? .' Public hearing by count:' commissioners outlining the desired procedure and All the city's business is not At that Scott attempted -
i S1!:," regarding Jax-Tampa forward it to the legislative delega. done over this table You're taking Residents Speak.,. keeping.to make the position timer appointive: })J'' ; '.,. toll road Tuesday Dec 13, 7 p.m., tion for' passage. by the Florida away the'right vote for city.ofi One! resident rose to say"There'sStarke tw'
,t/ ',',: in the Courthouse.. .,Legislature.. ,

I:,r?j":,::I,"," Monday Bradford, Dec.County 19, at School 7 p.m.,Board in Council Ok's' :,Creation of :Reserve Police' Unit, Reno. :Request I

:':;'-" District Office on N.Tempe Ave: '
\ ;1),'" Economic Development Como Chief Reno told commissioners.! program,
reservists
back time ,
'of approximately! The only for the city.It's
an outlay up. experienced pool
;,,1" ., mission Tuesday, Dec. 20, at 5 by Buster Rahn $2,000 require for uniforms and equipment will work alone is directing Reservists will provide 'the city a an great Idea."
' ,. ., In Santa Fe Community .Col BCT Staff Writer with a pool of experienced officers
' lege Reservists will receive no pay for traffic, or similar duties. Bennett said, "I agree it is a great
; Board Room. Bill Reno, acting Domestic disturbances are the from which to draw when vacancies what about
Dec. approval from the minimum 1ft hours per month said. idea and we need it, but .
Chamber Mixer, the Reno
Tuesday in department
received unanimous in.Reserve most dangerous assignments an officer occur ?"
they put ,insurance
20, in Old Florida Bank Building, Starke commissioners to establish a officers will have full ar faces, and when one is dispatched Two candidates for the chief of Commissioner Charles Schaefer
corner of Walnut and Call Streets Reserve Police Unit to beef up ex- rest' powers only during on-duty to a domestic squabble scene, a police position Jimmy Epps and responded, saying the city will provide
5:30-7 p.m.eStarke isting law enforcement personnel in leaving Ricky Bennett; were in the audience.
hours, unlike full time police officers back-up officer Is required, insurance coverage under ex-
City Council Tuesday, the city during the Tuesday Dec 6; who retain full police authority at all some other area untended in a small Mayor Bobby Biggs asked each of isting. policies.
at 7:30 ,, In City Hall. what he thought of the reserve
Dec. 20. p.m council meeting. times. department, The reservist will them Commissioner Vernon Silcox.asks -
, Bradford County Commlsiln'rs. Chief Reno told city ,<;Oll1nlSlo'1 ; to a back-up of- program.
Chief Reno said reserve officers having pull
Wednesday, Dec: 21, at preclude is outstanding ( Police Reserve..P.ZAI''I1 )
officers writ "It an *
1(1 .,"I.IIt"\, l+M '\ !'! the six reserve I, tar f" I orr 'ffrn another assignment! Epps replied, !




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Ir'Chief': : Reno To Council: War on Drugs is Being Acceleratedby

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.' Buster Rahn women are bringing'crack'Into our Mrs.Doris Sandberg,a member of have provided cover for drug opera watch houses even more effective, perienced automobile salesman.
BCT SUM Writer community, and selling it to our the city zoning board, said the area tions. The council voted to increase cityemployee's
The Starke council heard Acting young people. You can see their cars in which she lives (West LaFayette Elsie Leverson, owner of the Other Actions..., Christmas bonuses from
Chief Bill Reno say the war on drugs coming In." St. has a neighborhood crime watchin building that housed Little's Cate, The council moved to purchase'a $20 to $25. Elected officials, Commissioner are not
I,. is being accelerated in the Reno Mayor Bobby Biggs asked Chief which residents look after one requested the city remove the new Ford Ranger pick-up truck for Included in the saldlCommissioners program
area, "then moved to abolish'' two Reno to respond to Ms.'Walker. another's property, during the building, and bill her for the costs. the Purchasing Department to use in' Schaefer heard
abandoned 'buildings on Brownlee Chief Reno said patrols have been owner's absence as well as looking James O. Smith,, owner ,of the procuring materials and .nniniiosTwo ; review Attorney Indicates
Street to further the battle, in the up in the area. Patrol cars .after the, welfare of its senior former Duck's Inn, also requestedhis Brown say a preliminary
Tuesday, Dec. 6, council meeting. step painted a highly' visible citizens, building be removed by the city, vehicles were offered basic that city police officers may
A resident of the area, 'Mrs. white with a contrasting blue stripe, Mayor Biggs said drugs are a The council approved the demolition truck with air conditioning for run for the elective chief's taking position leaveof
Elizabeth Walker, addressed the that will readily identify the vehiclesas "people"" problem "For the county of both (7,063, or.. the XLT for $7,581 The without resigning or said M!a would
''council, saying "It has gotten out of police cars. to get turned around, people'willhave Commissioner Charles Schaefer council chose the more: expensive absence. Brown tomorrow
hand. Drug dealers no longer "Two officers, one, of which is to be turned around.The basic said drug pushers have moved off model since 11(1! resale price will be know with a certainty. by[
respect our churches, with drugs beI black, have been hired to fill vacancies problem is greed with people trying ,Brownlee Street. and into theurett. much better: than the basic vehicle, (Wednesday Commissioner) The question Ed Wall.was posed
I big sold' on the church steps in the department. Officer to make a fast buck." rlcJenUal InMltlntf rrino according to, Jimmy Eppsan, ex- by
Something needs to be done" Wayne Wilkinson went to work "Communist China solved its drug
,. Ms. Walker continued, saying already, and Officer Kinard Perry problem by executing drug dealers.
break-ins are becoming' com .will begin work today (Thursday. I don't know if the United States Three Qualify'' For Chief's JobAs I
monplace, with burglars taking ap- Dec. 8), the chief said. wants to go that far" the .mayor
pliances and other salable items. "The Starke Police Department Is said. ,
", Persons walking along.the streets working with the FDLE (Florida Chief Reno said getting to tHe drug of nid-afternoon Wednesday, Mosley Auto Sales. former'''Chief Jimmy Bowen, who
.: are I being; offered stolen goods by Department of Law Enforcement), "King Pins" takes time, sometimes three candidates had announced for Ricky Bennett former captainand resigned under fire of charges of official
drug addicts, to fund their drug and we'll be putting on a drug en- In the meantime, getting the election to the job of Chief of Police department investigator for the misconduct.
habits. forcement program in the area,". local drug pushers make it more dif for the City of Starke. Starke Police Department (SPD). The election Is expected to also
"Cutting 'bushes on vacant lotS Reno said. ficult for the big dealers. Reno ad- Qualifying started Monday noon,. John Hodges, presently a major give citizens an opportunity to deter
i, have helped,"Ms. Walker said, "but Chief Reno told Ms. Walker it is vocated keeping the pressure on by Dec. 5, and will continue until noon and second In command in the SPD. mine if they want an elected or appointed -
: we need more police visibility in the essential for area residents to arresting local pushers and getting tomorrow (Friday, Jan. 9), The An election is scheduled for chief, and if the chief should
I'1.., Area, Residents are afraid to go outside establish' a neighborhood crime them off the streets. three candidates so far are: January 24 to select a" Chief of .have minimum police ,standart
+ their homes." watch, recording information and The city moved to abolish two' Jimmy Epps, sales 'manager! at Police to fill the under>fired term of ''qualifications.
Ms,Walker said "White men anrt reporting to the Police Department. buildings! on Brownlee Street thatI"


Lawtey Council Reverses Itselffrom NOTICE OF BUDGET INCREASE

Jordan revived the issue, saying truck' receive a. $100 per monthraise ,FINE AND 'FORFEITURE FUND BUDGET
page 1A ,, ,since he now hauls garbage to
"You brought it here,you can take it
Crouse replied,"He",mentioned jt, away. You re sitting in the driver'sseat. the landfill on SR-100S,putting in additional 198889The
.These here in hours each week.
yes. people came sup-
Bright moved to table the Issue until of The council voted 5-0 to Increase.Barber's .
port me Bradford Board of Commissioners will
County County
wages by$25 per week on a,
the next regular meeting in Bright said to the audience, ''You
," January. Crouse seconded the motion I elected us to represent you on this motion by Bright seconded by Ben hold a public meeting on Tuesday,''December 13, 1988 at 6:55:
which carried 5-0. council. You shouldn't come here to nett.
', City Clerk Queenie Robinson said 'dog' us. We're not trying to take p.m. at the Bradford County Courthouse in Starke, Florida. The
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I.:' 1 ': r the next regular meeting will be anything from you:'; If I ,made a'' Christmas Bonuses. purpose of this meeting is to increase the Bradford County Fine
II ;.. Monday, January 9, since the first mistake, I'm sorry. /' Harris raised the issue of giving'
:',>, I Monday (January 2) falls on a holiday Harris said, VI think we should Christmas bonuses'to all city and Forfeiture Fund from 1002767.00 to 1072767.00,
\;, 'rescind what we have done.I make a employees, suggesting$25 each.She which 'overall increase of$70,000.00. All citizens of
': : motion to rescind the action becauseof said, I think it should go to all elec represents an
', It Starts Again... the people that are here." tive officalsrthe city attorney and all Bradford County are invited to attend this meeting.
.l Chief Jordan asked the council to The motion carried 4-1.with Coun- 1 employees. .
hire a-fourth police officer since cilman Buster Bennett opposing. Chief Jordan'sald, "I'm an elec-
there are 'four positions in the When asked, Bennett said he opposed tive official" and,I will not- accept a
budget; and a vacancy exists in the the motion because"25 people bonus.
department. '. don't change my mind. Chief Jordan 'Mayor Rosier agreed. ,saying, "I'll Bud Wilbur Waters, Gilbert S.,Brown Esther B. Ellerson,
Mayor Rosier said hiring another has no boss, and has refused to 'endorse my check over to'
officer would be "inappropriate"at follow council's directions to put a' Barber's church, .ifa, bonus.is.ap Chairman of Board Clerk to Board County Finance Dir.mM .
this time.. decal and light on his police car," proved. ,
Harris moved to give a $25 bonus
WANTED Bud Wins Again.... 'to. each elected official, the city attorney -
HELP Bright recommended ,that Bud' and all employees.,The ,motion
'ADVERTISINGSALESPERSON Barber, who' driven 'the Barbate carried: 5-0.'

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T t1 'Daniel E. Hildebran Starke CPA Monterey Wasdin a first grade voters in the county.Two candidateswere the new counly chairman, will
: \ with offices on N. Temple Ave., Is teacher at Southside Elementary qualified and ran in the represent 'the local party on the
the new chairman of the Republican School, and Dorothy Emo, a retired General Election in November, and, State Executive Committee.
Executive Committee of Bradford school administrator in Alachua the' public in Bradford County has Asked what the Commi ttee's goals
County County,were re-elected to their positions become aware of the party, he said. would be over the next four years,
The Republican Party in Bradford of secretary and'treasurer "My goal of bringing a two party .Hildebran stated "Our priority Is to
1; County has elected officers for the respectively. closer to Bradford County comes field quality candidates for county
I four year term 19891992. The each year," >the retired offices.1' The new chairman noted
Republican Executive' Committeemet Holtzendorf thanked the commit military technician and mobile that the party had candidates in two
Dec: 1, with outgoing Chairman tee for its hard work and ''support home park owner said. Holtzendorf local elections this year and anticipates
Ben C. Holtzendorf presiding at the over the past four" years and noted added, rust as In business,competition : that number growing in the
meeting. the progress made by' the in political arena benefits future.In .
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Steven E. Reagan, a local farmer, Republican Party in Bradford Coun the citizen. the recent presidential primary
Holtzendorf and his wife llarriette
was elected vice-chairman, Reagan tyBradford election, 3,839 voters chose' the
Committeeman
now serve as Republican
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operates a dairy farm in the western Republican registration and Committeewoman from Republican candidate while'in the
part of Bradford County, located Is up, now totaling 1,087, representing Bradford County. They, along with Sheriff's race, 3,175 voters chose the.
just off Bayless Highway about >)2 )percent of registered Republican candidate.

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First Local Observance Held, Elect


National Community Ed. Day '

National Community Education Community- Education! offers- RickyBENNETT -, '

Day was observed Tuesday; public schools' structured way to' '
November 15, for the first time "' reach out to the larger community,
Bradford County, by an outdoor pert sharing resources and ideas.
formance by the Middle School Community educators believe that ,
i Band, under the direction of knowledge and skills are wealth that "'
Bandleader Jimmy Brownlee.: must be shared.if communities are Chief of Police
Bradford Co. ,Republican Executive Committee... to grow and become better places to
The newly elected Executive Committee for the Republican Party in Charles Thomas, director of Adult live,Thomas says. "For us, learning' January 24, 1989 .r
Bradford County aret Education at the Vocational never ends, and community, self-
.Seated (I to r), llarriette Iloltzendorf R..publlulIl'omllliUf'.womall; Technical Center, introduced "the help efforts"' foster human 'dignity ""As A 12 Year Veteran'of the Stark Police
Dorothy Emo, Treasurer; Monterey Wasdin. Secretary. program. "Every community has a and pride.
Standing, (1 to r). Steven E. Reagan, Vice Chairman;' Hen C, llolt/.oii-: stake In education and therefore, the, "The goal of community educationIs Department If eel that I am fully qualified to
dorf Republican Committeeman and Daniel E, IIlhlt'brlln.l'hlllrllllln. ''future of the community's to offer everyone in our community "- serve as your'Chief of Police.
better life education.
I.t a through
residents. he said.
Term of office is for four
years.
I am sincerely concerned with the welfare( of

I all the people of the city, and will uphold the

I. ', Experience To Follow Sheri if f ,Reddish Out The Door', I duties of this qJi.ce'to the best of my ability."

Other Qualifications Include:
When Sheriff Dolph Reddish worked at the jail and as a secretary dish says. Some of the people decided resigned to run against Sheriff Red
". ,' ; leaves office Dec. 31 five veteran for 6Mi years. She's looking. for a job they didn't want to stay for per. dish. Graduate Police Certificate Holder from
,'. '. employees say they will follow their locally. sonal reasons, Reddish said. Others Sheriff Reddish was ahead 297
', ::1; boss out the door. Baliff Robert Green a former were ,not wanted by sheriff-elect Votes in the first primary, with Academy ,U. of No. Fla. in Law'BHS
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;- Plus\ one veteran employee chief deputy who retired front the Etheridge, he said.It Moore" running' .third with 1,355 Graduate. Enforcement'and Sound
"" I Deputy Don Denton the inVestigator '+< Sheriff's Dept., but has been serving appears that Deputies Dempsey votes With Etheridge running Class of'72Lifelong & Environment.
,\, ,. ,. .. "; has already resigned and part-time as baliff, during court ses- and Eunice will go to work for the strong. Reddish forces mounted an .
-now works as an investigator for the sheriff's office in an adjoining. coun- intensive campaign in ,the second, Resident Completed Courses at
Department of Health and sions.Deputy ,Doug York, with three ty this Jan. 1. primary but Etheridge, a veteran of Starke Santa Fe Community
Rehabilitative Services out of, the years' experience, says says he is' Sheriff Reddish, defeated after 16 highway patrolman,' won by 295 with
Gainesville office. one of the employees not wanted by years in office, believes the loss of votes. Etheridge went on to beat College, dealing law
Others who say'' they. will leave newly elected Sheriff. Kenneth experience in the sheriff's office will Republican Bobby Milner,1 in the. pd. poL .d.. enforcement .f.'
are: Etheridge. Etheridge is in school in hurt law enforcement in Bradford General Election; by 548 votes;
(Deputy'John Dempsey, a 19-year'' Tallahassee this week.-Attempts to .County., ---
;.veteran of the Sheriff Department' contact Etheridge {his.!'week were "The people of the county votedfor
.' veteran Eunice, ,an without result. a chan e and they're going to geta
18-year of the departmenmt. However, Etheridge said during change, Reddish said.1 don'tthink ,
-Secretary Elaine Starling, a the campaign he would asked only they understand how much of a'
17-year employee' of the,Sheriff's two employees to leave, Denton and i change. :tal
(, Dept. Ms.,, Starling says: she'll York,' because they'd worked so' The department is also without the
become a fulltime housewife." much against him in the campaign. services of former deputy Glen
..'Secretary Diann Outlaw, who has "That's, his ''right,'*,Sheriff. Red Moore, a 20-year veteran.' who
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,w S If the Florida Department of Transpor-- '

s..cn tation follows through on its announced in- '
The Maze of Toll Roads'and Turnpikes tention to reconsider alternate routes for p-:7.I ;

Planned for Florida's Future the proposed Jacksonville/Tampa toll i
Being road, it Is considered likely to setUe on the
western corridor through Bradford County
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as opposed to the environmentally sensitive 1t
EDITORIALDOT eastern corridor through the t 125 :r __ s aT 'to ft s.iT ;r

Keystone/Melrose lake region.

So far there has been little vocal opposI-
tion from the Bradford County route
DiscoversHaste ':'. ., although it could place the Starke Golf ad'Country ;;
Club, and Country Club Estates in
Makes 'Waste I the path of the proposed toll road. The

", WNt Bradford County Commission has tentatively -

On' 'Toll Routes "I I', :';:" :' ''t pending adopted a public'a hearing non-commitalltance to be held at 7, 1I LAWTEY '

Dec. 13 in the courthouse.The -so ?' n .
p.m. Tuesday, 225A ]r
'' laste makes waste." No truer' 1 B Bradford Economic Development -- ra &

Words were ever spoken, as 'shown by N pMe Corporation, while not opposing the toll Luther -
the dismal failure of two state agencies legend road concept,has recommended a study of 20oAP
MUm alternate routes before a final decision is
in the past two years to ramrod, mult-} Planned ToN Roads made by DOT. ..
million dollar projects down the collec- Ealsllog Fia turnpike'
The Chamber of Commerce Board of
tive throats of the people of Florida Inlerstates
Q:s biIII'
Governors is expected to take a position on
'without any consideration being given the toll road at its meeting today (Thurs
to those who would be most affected, by ( Tribune Map) day) based on a recommendation from Its''
their inadequate planning.' Tampa Executive Committee which met Tuesday, emee a (Fe 3s ? :<
erson
but did not disclose what its recommendation sg
Confronted by 'a massive outcry' of by officials) receiving them, but never, would be. y I Y :y +

enraged citizens, the Department of apparently, directly answered Up to No organized opposition has developed U
Transportation has belatedly'' announc- date, 'a public hearing, ,the'' traditional 'from the Country Club or from property .,_ ,, SAXTON >,'s
d that more public meetings and hear* meaning of the termhas not, owners in Country Club Estates although 233 s -s i i a + t- _
''Igs will now be held before DOT makes been held. there has been some suggestion that the
.1 i final decision on routes for the propos- route should be shifted about one' mile east l -Rd ,.f Morgan Rd 233 ;
i toll road from Jacksonville to Tamp Greene's belated report admits that through ,undeveloped property near the
1 DOT's Henderson local. governments along the proposed Clay-Bradford County line, which would
iw' Secretary Kaye
also bypass a populated area along Griffis -
corridors should have been involved in '
;:1' s that hearing dates and locations Loop southeast of Starke. G r rZ\ NEW, 11. Mark Lee Starli$
,.,.1 ill} be announced the project before the study' was
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; by December: IS, A powerful factor working against selec- Jl CONGRESSIONAL L ;;
started. But this, isn't the state
way
Since Henderson was appointed by tion of the eastern corridor, as now pro- .a,;r ac C H -.-. r
and their'' consultants to 1 1V
agencies seem Ce;
Governor Martinez to head the DOT'he Florida is the fact that the University of
'The mistake made
has advocated 'road operate. same was strongly,objects to a route that
faster construction
by DER and its consultant in picking the would slice through the 9,000 acre Ord-
1.0''meet, Florida's projected future hazardous ,waste treatment sites way/Swisher Preserve near Putnam Hall. -
'needs, with a goal of increasing product: ,resulting in a waste of time'' and tax- This tract is owned by the UF and the, E c. ; r Laura Church

tivity by cutting in half 'the time from. payer's money to the tune of- a half-' Nature Conservancy and is used for ongoing .' T '-' A n SAC '
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concept to concrete", he y
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'Th'1! route also heavily impacts the Lake ? -4.
But now:,. 'in:an 'about-face pf this "fatally: flawed" site survey. Region surrounding Keystone Heights and G 200 ,
hurry-up: :policy, DOT'S District admits that they tried to do '"too ,Regardless of the pros and 'cons of a' are well organized against the toll road Invasion M ?
the and have presented DOT with -, .... f n.
much too quick"; And he should have, Jacksonville/Tampa toll road, people opposition STARIE {
;"'Ided( '"too much lack' of communications along the proposed corridors need toBe petitions containing more than
7 000 signatures. Farther south this route
) with governing bodies and property l assured that the best route for such a 'also endangers an area that may becomethe shy
"owners along the proposed turnpike: massive undertaking with such' far Lochloosa State Forest if purchased by l' 1ooA

Jrr1dors.' ''' reaching'' effects has been chosen, not ,the State. ,- q-r

Contrary to 'statements' made by hastily and superficially, but carefully 'The ,western corridor' 'in' the Hamp-'

DOT, local officials were not informed 'and scientifically, with emphasis on the '
air t Consulted on, the'' proposed toll road environmental aspects ,of a state whose 1' s 'LINCOLN I ai sKE -

corridors east or west of Camp Blan- economy is largely 'dependent on 'If Letters _.. N CITY j w. -.
,ding, and the first local discussion of the tourists and newcomers coming here to = LL.t / bOOA UA i- yt,

good or bad effects of the project occur- establish homes in order to enjoy the .
red at Monday's regular meeting of the every' amenities that a'' misplaced toll y.

County'' Commission; 'when a public road would help obliterate.. ,. _. _

'_ hearing to obtain local input concerning "kEVcVMT& !JJ
j
'the project was set.for Tuesday, Dec. 13, "":".... i s | V fJTu f// ,
I" at the courthouse .- -*- ,Now's theJKme j \ *'iII'i i r
J-i\taJU
Sd-Waste Site < < .rr_ ,., ,,, I t.

Largely due to this lack of communications i To Speak Out In Union County

concerning location of the i ..
toll road corridors, the DOT ran afoul of On Toll RoadThe 'To the people ,of Bradford 'Union and The Western Corridor -
Baker Counties whose Tri-County Com-
property owners,, county governments
missioners have selected a site for a solid
and conservation groups'when the first waste dump in Union County: ,
'"show and tell" meetings were held by'' toll road from Jacksonville to "To everyone living in these counties, this ton/Waldo area skirts the Santa Fe ridor designations.Dick Post, Clay: County
DOT last month in Middleburg ''Tampa, If built,. might not be com: should be of great concern because of the, Swamp, without seriously endangering. planning and zoning director and Darrell
this
''Gainesville, and Ocala; pleted until the year 2000 but this shallow wells where we 'get'our drinking recharge area. O'Neil. serving in the same capacity ,in
water. Another negative consideration on the Bradford County, deny receiving
should any'
lull the
not 'public into
com
Last week recognizing the massive The water table in this area is close to western corridor, is that, as presently notification of the toll road plans.Lt. .
,outpouring ot opposition especially placency; // anyone has complaintsor the top of the ground The proposed site of shown, it cuts through DuPont facilities at
;from the Lake Region'areas, DOT final- ,, any suggestions improving the the trf-county landfill is located in an area its ,Highland ilmenite mine, and ,also Col.at Raymond Connor,state quartermaster -
where cypress ponds filter the water for a National Guard headquarters in
routes suggested by DOT, this is the crosses settling ponds utilized in the mining
ly took stock of the situation' and St. Augustine from DOT
,large amount of Florida's aquifer. northeast of says no one approached -
that time to speak up-r not wait until the There are two already located in operation Lawtey. This the Department of Affairs
'acknowledged they 'had, tried to dumps part of the corridor would have to be Military
move too far too fast.Apparently '. blueprints are finally drawn no mat' this area. One has been closed and the rerouted in order to avoid about running a road through Blan-
ter how far: into the future that might other one, close to the banks of New River, impacting this ding property. To do so would require an
be.: surely needs closing. Can the people of area. act of Congress, he said. Bradford County
DOT ''repeated the these counties, who have been promised Local officials deny claims by DOT that Commissioners >were also uninformed aston
mistakes' made by ,the Department''' of;' I ',. ''The first chance for Bradford Coun-, cheaper garbage bills, afford to pay they, were notified of the impending cor- to road plans.
Environmental 'Regulation in ,hastily tians to be heard vocally will be at' 'millions of dollars for a new dump and
for Florida's the public hearing set the ,then have ,it condemned later on for,
selecting 'a location proposed by County polluting surface water? ,; '
hazardous waste treatment plant Commission for Tuesday Dec ,13, at This area has been ditched for farmingand = FORESTRY; ----
DER and its consulting firm,',Weston. 7' p.m.in'the. county, courthouse, has a canal running into New River,.
Inc., tried to do in six months a job that "' several cypress ponds, and Turkey Creek.
one DER official later admitted,had The toll road proposal, as presently To the intelligent I people of these ,IN BRADFORD COUNTY '
taken conceived by DOT,: provides for ,a counties you had better wake opt By Da vldW.Norton
some states two or three to
years Think about thisdrilling wells, t
high-speed rail deep .
,accomplish.,: In their effort ,to, make the median system the "running down building and closing dumps, possibly buy-< County Forester I

:haste, they, made waste by selecting an of six-lane ex, ing{ drinking water. These things cost 1988 Florida Tree'Farmers of the
A Year
unsuitable site in Union County which pressway. resident Country Club millions of dollars. Wouldn't it be better to :--
Estates told the Commissioner's ; take time'
Mon now to research and find the I
'
is'' now being' challenged in an' administrative day, t'l "bestnot the cheapestsite for a solid and :
guarantee Oren
you, if you have a Virginia Marchant of Mr. Marchant is firm in
now believer
a
hearing process by a waste landfill? We don't need the State of ,
group' 'six-lane.hlghway and a train 'track Newberry were given the 1988 Florida what his father told him '
of Bradford and Union County citizens., running down the middle of that ,Florida giving property in return for free Tree Farmers of the Year award at a ago Planted pine trees over will be thirty valuable years'

DOT'S fast-track- study for:, the ,toll you're going to have' the ,noise. and ,dumping researched in to an begin area that with.was not properly ceremony on their farm,Friday, Dec. :3.: someday plant all the land you can. He",

road route was designed to support it's going to be ,loud." Wake up, now, or. drink it later Mr.Marchant is a farmer with 527 acres, now plants'a almost portion of his cropland or
J.L.Wilkinson' and a wood craftsman. Over time, he has pasture every year. The tree farm
transportation Secretary,Kaye Henderson's '
And it isn't just the Jax/Tampa toll Starke shifted emphasis on his land from crop now has 11 different stands with eight dif
program of cutting in half the time road that: Floridians"will be dealing production and raising cows toward tree, ferent sees.

for.planning' a road project to the actual with. At a recent meeting of transportation Incinerator Means farming. He has a fully equipped wood-' 'Mr. Marchant takes advantage of what

pouring of concrete Consequently, officials and legislators' ,at Trouble for Area< working shop on the tree farm where be comes his way in his tree' farming
some public'meetings that had initially' Tampa, ''plans'there revealed for'an makes wood crafts and fine furniture from business. Where 'heavy hardwood
been for Editor;Telegraph: local hardwoods and pine grown on his tree regrowth occurred after
scheduled last spring were ambitious $10 billion, plan to,build clear-cutting, he
farm. He cuts and all his lumber'
The incinerator seasons is
proposed that the State' marketing thousands of hardwoods.
never 'held, and the public-remained more than 1,000 miles
of toll roads
himself his bandsaw and solar dry'kiln.
and not using
some so clearly defined private in- Since the market opened for selling pine'atraw
uninformed of this massive I project until across Florida's /landscape, including' 'terests want to build in Union County is Mr. Marchant,a history buff crafted ,he prepares the appropriate up stands
the first meeting was ,held in. Mid- one paralleling' 1-10 from, Pensacolato grossly unfair to the people of our area; a Civil War replica cannon complete with for harvest! by mowing or harrowing.The .
dleburg. But even then' it was not a Tallahassee and the one now being What we are being asked to accept is the 'wooden wheels and spokes, which'he firedat
'public hearing" in the traditionalsense discussed loss of a great deal of clean forest land that ,the ceremony. tree farm is managed under the
paralleling sections
long of keeps our air and water clean, and to have multiple use concept. Cattle has ,
grazing
of allowing the public to be heard U.S. 301 Born In Bainbridge, Ga. in 1917 Mr "
and 1-75 from Jax to Tampa. tons upon tons of poisonous waste pumpedinto Marchant been actively carried out In the past. Hun-'
I -"by standing Up and< asking questions Critics say this is the our atmosphere, which will settle on Alachua and In his family moved to ting on the tree farm Is granted by permission -,
from the floor, to be answered by a Florida/ has handled typical its of way our land'and end up in our food and water. high County school In 1918.South Except Carolina for attending he- Church "dinner on the grounds" are
road boom. ,
panel of qualified spokesmen for the What will the of the his often held on the tree farm. Mr. Marchant
Too often, they ,. lines people area get in helped father in the turpentine andsawmillwoodworking has
say are hastily given demonstrations of his
portable
project. return? For most of usnothing.. The pea} business, both in
drawn on a map based on Information who sawmill and solar dry kiln to landowners.
pie produce the toxic waste will use Zellwood and Archer, from 1931 to 1963.
These first meetings were simply gleaned from a computer, with little our area until it is badly polluted and then After his father passed away,he continuedto students, and forestry personnel. He is
"come and go" Affairs where the public attention paid to public,reaction. close down and leave 'us with a billion operate the sawmill Archer until 1970. also Association.a member of the Florida Forestr)'
dollar ,
: clean-up job. Before we allow this
could waiK around and View 'large aerial 'Those who wish to register' their work to continue, we should have this' This tree farmer has owned the land
photographs of the' proposed corridors reaction early on ,will have an opportunity whole Issue laid out starting from day one. since 1963. Tree Farm certification was AU of us in the forestry communiity congratulate '
received
In 1961. Mr. Marchant's fatherwas
and submit written ,at next Tuesday's public hear- 'We were not told about Incinerator until Oren and Virginia Marchant foi
questions or com- i ing. work on the roads was well underway active In planting pines as early as ,a Job well done in conservation Mr.& Mrs
plaints that,would presumably be read and the decision to build here already 1941. One hundred percent of the actual Marchant will compete in the Southen
made. tree farm field work Is done by the owner Region (SE U.S.
Why didn't our County Commis-> ) for National Tree Farn
, stoners inform -not( including hired labor during tree set- recognition next
us a long time ago? February Best wishes!
; ting). Mr. Marchant carries out timber Just .
a reminder
that the Stark.Woman's
RID Opposition to change, and conservatism sales,both clear-cutting and thinning,sells
Just for its own sake is We must Club will sponsor'a dogwooi
wrong. pine straw, sells oak trees for ornamentaluse
avoid this. But we, the people of Bradford carries out prescribed burning, cutsfirelines seedling sale this weekend. Check the fron
t .mi iii PP4 and Union County,should receive benefits site prepares and has pines page time and of this place.newspaper for details on tb
from change so we can have a better quality planted.
of life.To have an incinerator put in our
,community and have only a few people
.. ,receive all the money Is wrong.
toe O.FERGUSON
-JOHN M.MltUR
.,. "../IsC'TION ..... If we are forced to accept this,we shouldat
least be well paid ana have
a clean-up
:II Published each Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter at ,fund established before work Is started.To
the Post.Office: at Starke, Florida under Act of March! ,3.1879., accept less would be foolish on our part. eo.n. .
But this is something we don't need in the
"O. Drawer Phone 964-430S Floldq Subscription Rots In Trade Area8)4: 00 per year; 58,00 six months I first place. .. "broad stripes and bright star*" Francis Scott My wrote o* In ....
A; Stark. Outside Trad Area $1 5,00 per yea, $8.50 sU>moolhj,, Star Spangled Banner each numbered 19 for the origin. .11 etetM phM.
Lon Beville,Starke Vermont and Kmtuckv.

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..: Starke Elementary School News, ltens] ',of, Interest? -

Us Books..', Give Us ,Wings"Books

PTO Meeting.,. ask for Ms. Snavely (964-6800)) and and reading are the basic nourishment of a growing mind.
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The school PTO meeting will be she will get back with you. Thank Announcing.... Padgett-LinzyToWed Developing children into readers today is the best way to ensure; a
held Thursday, Dec. 8 at 7:30: p.m. In ,you for your support. Please Lori Daniele CarterMr. Saturday Dec. 10 literate and information nation of readers tomorrow. To remind
the BUS Auditorium. A choral remember to stress to your' child Americans: of the joys and importance of books for children and young
presentation of Christmas music wil that no matter how many problems 4 Mrs. Benny Carter Starke The wedding of Tracy Padgett and adults, 1989 has been designated "The Year of the Young Reader".
be presented.An we have or how poor we are, we can announce the birth of a daughter, Thomas Kevin Linzy will be' held This is a national campaign to provide families, parents, guardians and
LSAC meeting Is scheduled on still reach out to others and in so doing Lori Daniele born Dec. 1 in Saturday Dec 10 at 7 p.m, at Pine concerned individuals, as well as schools libraries, businesses and other
the same date at 6:30: p.m. in the we will feel better ourselves. Gainesville. She joins one brother Level Baptist Church. organizations, with a unifying. theme to support reading promotion aC'
Starke Elementary School cafeteria. William Eric.'Maternal Following the ceremony, a recep- tivtties
grandparents are Gene tion will be held in the fellowship Our common goal must be to give our young people the gift and the promise
Guidance Dept.., McDowell of Tampa and, Peggy. hall. All friends and relatives are in of reading. We must stimulate a love of reading among our young
We received .overwhelming sup- Hoshaw of Ocala. vited. people that will last them all)) their lives and create new altitudes that will
port of our unique baby'contest. Mrs. Bradford VFW Paternal grandparents are Kay & Tracy is the daughter of ?,Ir. & enable good minds to nourish.
Sellers In 3rd grade won by correctly William Carter of Starke. Great- Mrs. Kenneth C Padgett of Starke, This fall, the Bradford Public Library launched a program to sign up
naming 40-< baby pictures. The ,Closing Charter 1215Don't grandparents are Mr. & Mrs.. and is employed by Allstate in ''every child for a library card. We are very proud to announce that this,
Russell Carter and Mr. & Mrs. Ben Starke. Kevin is the,son of Mr. & campaign, "The Best Gift You'll)) Ever
.children were given the picture to miss your chance to be a Give..A Library Card"has been an
return home earlier this week. If you 'charter member of Bradford County Rowland, all of Starke.ImlerNorman, Mrs. Tommy K. Linzy of Lawtey and overwhelming success. Over 500 new cards have been i issued and 1,400
do not receive them, please contactthe Memorial VFW Post 1016. The works at Griffin Industries. students have visited the Bradford Library since September 19C8,
school. charter will be closed on December However'we \must continue to provide sources of information for these
This Holiday Season,we are focusing 15 and that will also be the last children. The Bradford Public Library staff is making\ every effort to acquire
on CARING and SHARING in meeting in 1988. JenkinsKersey'Engagement children's books, currently averaging $15 each with funding from
out-classrooms. We are encouragingeach If you are'qualified and interested To Wed Dec, 10 Told'Rev. local,state and federal I sources. .
child to consider what they attend this meeting. It will be at 7 We are a small library striving!to serve the needs of'over 4,000) ( pre-school
Mrs. A. O, Imler of Jacksonville
have to be thankful for (physically, p.m. in the Civil Defense Building. the and & Mrs. Gilbert T. Crosby of and school-aged children. This is an opportunity for yol.to\ place books in
mentally and materially) and to More information may be obtained announces engagement approaching Starke announce the engagement of the library in honor of your child or several children
of her
marriage their daughter Susan Ann Jenkins Your support will be immediately recognized by the insertion of
reach out and share those things from Joe Daniels, 964-8501 or David plaquesOn
with others. We each Barber, 964-5705. The VFW needs r daughter, Karen Lynn, to James to Stephen L, Kersey son of George the first page of each book. If you would like to contribute to our very
are helping Clinton Norman, Jr.,' son of. Mr: & .
and Iris of
Kersey Starke. special need please call Sue Crum Library Director 964-6400.
and
child find of of wants participation.
the
ways sharing gift your Mrs. James Clinton Norman, Sr., of The bride-elect graduated from
himself with others.
Jacksonvile. Gainesville
High. The groom-to-be
This year we have been given a Starke Kiwanis Club The wedding will be an event of graduated from Bradford High andis
special opportunity to share. Santa December 10 at Westside Baptist employed by Alligator Creek, 'MethodIst Women Cfiristmas Open douse
Claus has asked all our boys and Seeking NominationsFor Church, 7775 Herlong Kd., Jacksonville S.T.O.P. Camp. ''Tea December 17 "
girls if they could help him provide .
Minister of YearThe The wedding is planned for Feb
toys for less fortunate children. We > ( No local invitations are being sent, 14, 1989. The United Methodist Wom.Cn of The Flower'& Gift Shop
have asked the children who want tOe Starke Kiwanis Club is accep- but all friends and relatives are in-' Pleasant Grove will be having a Red '
to bring in new or used toys. In good ting nominations for Minister of the vited to the wedding. and Green Tea on Saturday, Dec. J7 IIwy. 301 8, Lawt e 3
condition, that they would not mind Year for 1988. Nominations may be at 4 p.m.
giving up so that some other child sent to the Kiwanis Club of Slarke, The public is invited to this semi- Sunday Dec.'11
could have a better Christmas. P.O. Box 125 Starke, Fl. 32091, or by American Legion'Plans, formal affair I :,
All the children have been told to calling 9t>46200.If Christmas Party 2 pm to 5-20 pm
be sure and check with their parents you know a minister in Bradford
before bringing in anything. Santa County who you believe shduld be American Legion
,would like to give these toys to needy, Minister' of the Year, let us hear ,ana Post me.. _56 Legion, The Auxiliary Unit, nom...". .t... .... . .4_.. . . . .. .------ -- -- -- -- --
kids in Starke, so if you know so- from you. We need to know his accomplishments hold their annual Christmas party

meone, please call the school'and for members and guests Tuesday = ='= Andrews ,Dpugs

December 13. .
,1. ..1 A hospitality hour from 6 to 7 p.m. per' .
Charles Norman Pharmacist i : '
r ,
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7 ;
covered dish at pantsis
with supper .
IW How's The 'Family? ,III IIIBy || turkey planned.a dressing'The Post will and furnish ham.the p. o ., 356 W., Madison :St. ,.Starkejv:;: ';J- : \ : ': 1'

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Vegetables and desserts to be R t 964-717Q e-." 96471'72/n;\ \\i 1. ,r.C; !
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Rev. Ed'Kirfelond. M.Div./ pastor of the Klngsley Lake Baptist brought by covered dish.A .
Church, located 10 minute east of Starke on Hwy 16 at Kingsley Lake ( small gift for patients in the VA If No Answer Call 964-8921
Rev. Ktrkland answers questions on the familyin/ this column from a, Hospital may be placed under the. *, ,. ,
Christian perspective. Send your question or ,comment'to: How's The tree,. and will' be greatly ap-
Family, 6337 Seminole St.. Starke, Fl. 32091. preciated. These gifts will be takento

,time the for Gainesville Christmas, giving.VA Hospital.. ,'in :I We Have A'Great, Selection of Christmas'' Gifts! '
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Beware of the DecemberDfsease-'Giftmania.: \I (c ,

i As I write this column I'm about to embark on a courageous journeymy :'', Second Annual I these '
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wife and I are going Christmas shopping! I can hardly wait to see all See: Us Today, For '
those street lights. Not the ones overhead... I mean the red ones lit up for, Christmas' Cantata : More
blocks in front of me as I stare at the brake lights of all the other cars head-' The Youth Department of the, Services and 'Many' !
i, ed to the same store I amt I It amazes me what we will endure during 1
Christmas Community 'is proud to
,' December to spend money. You can watch normally rational adults stand our second annual .
over the last Nintendo left and practically rip it apart! present Christmas Cantata This year's can' Computerized Pharmacy
" We do.all this because everyone is thinking about the same thing during tata is entitled ,"The Best Gift '
Decembergifts.. Kids are dreaming about what they want and:! parents' Ever,'" *, Senior Citizen Discounts ;
; are trying to figure out where to find it and how to pay for it. And even ''The cantata will be held at Bradford .* Generic 'Available' /k L '
Drugs .
; though Christmas is my favorite season, it's a dangerous time for families High School Auditorum on '
1 because 'giftmania'' tends to cloud the judgment of many. Saturday Dec. 17 at 7:30: p.m. and Third Party Insurance Plans A Looklna For
Generic
The problem'with 'giftmania"' is those who are infected usually don'tnotice again on Sunday,Dec. 25.at Greater ; 1 Big
1 symptoms until around mid-January,when the first credit account Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Church Charge Accounts. Invited' ,* Selection?
''statements' begin to come in. If you remember feeling "light-headed" at 6 p.m.The City of Starke is invited N
when you saw yours last year then bewareyou're a prime candidate for. free of charge.
this dreaded December disease! -
But effects of this temporary disease reach much further than just a
"light-headed" feeliftg.' If yoVjget Caught up'trying to buy'everything
> ,;'i ...' :everyQflqw ots, VflP kw 1or'>'" oil trout I l@Ir: !! fac """ nanV{ of you will "" .,. .
-.4)' *yearJn the next few days.
This year,use some common sense. Don't buy more than you can afford
and pay special attention to those charge accounts. You might be amazed 1.Farm S
If you would Save those little slips and actually total them up as you go
along. Also you can help avoid 'giftmania if you just remember 4l' II h
Christmas is a celebration of the birthday of Christ, not some contest to see '<
who can spend more on their wife, husband or kids. "I *
Don't fall victim this year to the temptation. Enjoy Christmas without I
fI ;i';..'.', .' dreading January.'Act sensibly and your hard-earned dollars wise.. Cf.0- '' '
,n'" ly. If you can't control the plastic hen leave. .them at home and write : 'Where ,You'llYour See
; .:. checks.., good checks, not the rubber kind! .
''Y' .,' One final warning- 'giftmania' Is hereditary. If you can't have a good Friends Si. Neighbors

Christmas without spending an entire month's salary on gifts, that's what
"'0 I ,your kids are going to grow up thinking Christmas is all about. You create '
n I. a cycle irresponsibility and financial frustration to t be; repeated in your Over 7,000 sq. ft. of shopping area '

>" '- children and grandchildren. # in and browse through our many departments
f- : "-. This Christmas, do what our family does-simply spend what you can af- :Stop, .
.
> :' ; ;d ford to, but not beyond! Teach your children and remind yourselfrn ,
::, Christmas is in memory of the greatest gift ever giventhe gift of a Savior.
Y ." After all, that gift can't be bought at any store, no matter what your credit: Quick &. Courteous. Service Aqp
,'s ". !limit. It's free for the asking I '", '; ","C -1 ( ar.tlllns''
Pleasure '
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Farm &, ':, ::, : :

istmas'Party Set at' Library' A..h'11.al....--- Fee', Pet& Bird Sees; "', Sup-Dll.-es '

- On Tuesday, Dec.20, the Bradford For more information on this and the 'f< Supplies.
County Public Library will hold its other programs sponsored'by ,. ,
: annual Christmas party. The Bradford County Public Library,
J. festivities will begin at 10 a.m.and is 'call) 964400, or stop in. Veterinarian Supplies s d IISi+ri rus r -
,
open to all children in Bradford 'sq Rv i VfTott > '

T County. 7 ,Baled Horse:& .Cattle Hay
i Santa Claus'will be a highlight of HildebranrNamed < i j n'
the program which wit include '.:, '
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J New Chairman rUtrna .
games, songs and refreshments.: ; :. ; ,, ,
: '. .Pest'Control.! ..
Of Bradford GOP ; Happy den ..

''I" Daniel E. Hildebran, Starke certified and Herbicides Year &. and,
public accountant, has been seed -
t e! "to(ol.t. School Menus elected to succeed B.C. Holtzendorf .": eTS 7 Iyyaxltl

r'' : .Dec.'12-16 ,as chairman of the Bradford County yenclng". 'ye N
II Republican Executive Committee.
.' Bradford Elem.Middle School Steven E. Reagan, a dairy farmer, GateS '
Monday Spaghetti w/meat sauce, cheeee' alb, was elected vice-chairman. &. Dad.
tossed salad pear half hot roll,milk. Montery Wasdin, a teacher at posts. ;
t : :. Tuesdays Chicken* noodle, H peanut butler ft' Southside Elementary School, was ,. I[ 964-4809 I .lOOdScatOPEN
, 'brownie honey aanbwich, milk.', buttered green peas, fruit cup re-elected as secretary,and Dorothy
I E. ,' W.d.esdayr EARLY RELEASE DAY Sloooy Emo, a retired school ad'

<; _..,; Joe Thursdays em bun buttered CHRISTMAS corn,pea DINNER_.cockle: Bak.d,milk. I,treasurer ministrator, was re-elected. : 8:30: til 6:00: Monday thru'Saturday .- Just South ofTown on,Hwy 301
"IJ' ,mashed OR-
' ,' turkey,giblet gravy potatoes
O >,i- Ing broccoli w"lICe, ambrosia. .hot

,'I' ;jl. roTJAi Fridays milk Corndoga. french fries. ,, cote ,alaw, Services Friday, arlt.evlJac1tets

Chrlatmaa" lea cream,milk. SchoolS For State Attorney Purple Gator Western w
e -'.;; Bradford High ,
.-..; Mwdayt Spaghetti cheese' sun. garden salad. Eugene WhitworthEugene '
.., peaches .cookie hot rolls milk. ,
.. .
I. ,TMJayi BBQ chicken, baked bears,cole slaw;' T, WhItworth' state' at-
"-. .-'. i' cherry cobbler cake biscuits,milk. torney for the 8th JudicU circuit for Name FoolYa:
6 '::11;'; W.........). .UU.Y; RELEASE. DAY, Sloppy 16 years, died Tuesday morning at ,Don't'Let: the ales skirts
,,1 ,'I"j ':'J.: Joe on bun, green beam, applesauce, brownie! Alachua General Hospital after a :

e ai"r, nllrVaay:CHRISTMAS LUNCH: Baked turkey;; six-month illness with pancreatic .Hats .
'., ....',. 'llblet gravy mashed potatoes OR. dreMing.broecolTwcheeu cancer. He was a familiar figure in Western .
sauce, ambrosia, hot rolls,< ,Levi '
I! 101 j : Bradford County, having prosecutedmany Wrangler Sac '
), .i l II, ,mFridaye Ptna, french Irlee, strawberry. ahort. cases in the courtroom here & : !ales &
cake Christmas Ice cream,milk, during his four terms in office Lee Jeans, i Ta clc''
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AlaCarten' Services for Mr. Whitworth will be 'For" s s? 6 x x
<",,< Moadayi Corndoga trench fries hamburger, held at 2 p.m. Friday in the Holy Men" & 'Women, rry Westernd
Catholic Church in
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Tornado basketballers came out of BHS went to beat Englewood Highof BHS missed a t lot of shots In the Ings. In'the second half BHS played'' mings says.Guard _...... 1.0 ...../'..... .
the Middleburg Basketballd Jacksonville 77-56 Saturday afternoon first of the much, better John Berry has come to .....*.*. c. '" .74/1.11. O.WMM nn-t.
Tip-Off defense. BUS
quarter Orange Park plays ,....... "M/' ".TIpfM ,...,.... 0.41.544" _II..
i Tournament 2-1 after losing the first and Orange Park High 67-58 but In the second period of the primarily man-to-man and, has a play well after the first game and M.C.WM01.!, C._.... 1,3.1/M. O./.N.w S
game last week to eventual cham last Wednesday night. BHS lost to Same things started to come fullcourt press, the switch from, football. Senior a"/I". 0...... 0.1/1.1. 1...... 41/1.1. ..-
pion Nease High/ Nease 83-68 in the opening game. together says Coach Roland Cumm- BHS still, is coming together'' Pedro Carter came out with 21 ,a......'......II1MM..

team because the football team is points in the Englewood game, Upcoming...
just getting out there. Coach CummIngs -. which pleased Coach Cummings. Kissimmee at 8
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Ladies Beat. 9th-Ranked to to nine II7 103 rr
. VanguardBradford plays to try play eight IM 1.,4..44 .17 56 1. 53 p.m. Friday night.Dec. 9.
people every: game. -..... T.Illy. 1..1.1. J.....,. '.1/"'. '. 017. At 8:15: .Saturday night, Dec:
Guard Eugene Blye .was high !../... ..taokltM. a.'I..r.Cwtar MHt.M .W...... 10, BAS pays Gateway High Schoolin
High girl basketballersare s..r..d 1 a ( 14 ItII 0 R.V..d Monic Williams led BHS with 12 scorer In the Nease game with 25 '."1-11.K.MKk/-'/....M.U<-1-1/H.T.M.... Kissimmee. .
I? .U ,t 0 H Forward ...."II-n.
4-1 in a good start this season 0..d/.d. M.WUIIWM l.t-lHi. K Itfltor "'/'..1.Y.c..hoe points. points. Stacy Jenkins'- -4.3..4164. 0.,1..4..44. 1., J..4.. ..II"'., BHS will be staying at Larson's
under Coach John Slater. ",".,. ......M "'/1.7. ".11_. BHS was behind it most of the were high and he had nine reboundsin A._ 1./1-1. 0..vM '*1. C.MtCtoBrto Lodge in Kissimmee on, ThackerAve.
.../..,., <.*Mkiwi )" /!.>. Avril... WIIII_ "."1. way, but kept the game close, within the OP game. Forward Wendull /....DJ.tni.il../...,D.*..iMV!..!.J.Muophy Interested in going
BHS with 73-66 ,_...,....1/t4it.o '.reach until the GHS spurt. It was Hudson scored 23 and had 9 re- iii.iiiin..i '-*/. M._4-i/-i.,T.... Anyone
opened a win over ..._ .. down with the team can get a reduced ,
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'" v Chiefland, lost a tight 46-41 to .., ._ Coach
game the
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,Gainesville High; and since has won |."/I-Jj TlwiMt t-t/t-4. T..l l.l 26-"/1.-01. in the third period. Englewood game. Hudson was nam-. BUS 67 Orange Park' 58 Cummings.
ed to the all-tournament team.
three straight: 65-29 over Lake Weir .. liWI.rf 11 ..1111. .7 Dec. 16 BHS
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59.56 over North Marlon and 61.58 ..........HIR U 17 1. ''II 23N.Ah 1..441..44 I/I,1. II I 10 41 Eugene Blye was not high scorerin Onw,.P.* 170 K II N0..4.d. to Macclenny. BHS handled
... II t 104 N the last two games but played a .../I.a. J4.ny 44/1-0. ........ goes
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over ninth-ranked Ocala Vanguard' tn* 4 Hl.lf Monte Wllltonw'I."."/."' ....... ,WtakMM om- I./ -./, .J4.t.S-l/l-l...._L,14/Osd.w....L.1"1....M,-..N.., real steady floor game. Coach Cum-, ...... S-1/1-I. .1Iye a..11..... .._k.... ..11..1'. Macclenny on its home floor but lost
,on the BUS floor Tuesday night, Pec. utW. .-/"". ........ MiM fr" .". AiiriHlWIIUMIM 1 M. UtMltar. ..... T.M.... /...*. ''P.C- 40/7-I1. W.__ I-60 M.Is. .1. in a tight game at Baker.High.
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girls| down 49-41 with 1:53': to go in 0..46..40.44 1> *, 1 7, MUk BitS 73 Chiefland 66 FIREPLACE
regulation play, started to foul Ocala .W"kHI,k I* II 7bWhnl >.
because HickM.nk. Wllll... 4-l/l-U, ttaM It was the same type of under the .
Vanguard the Knights were N.......-./.....A__14 im.mllH..II .utl... basket offense in Chiefland last STOCK NORTH FLORIDA'SLARGEST
'poor free throw shooters. >-"... V.CwHofMH .-".-.. I bfeht. l-... Ar girls
won 1 SELECTION OF AIR-TIGHT
"We were able to covert their -./.-..lunUlm... WlllhHiw M/l-4U.Mdit.. ,
misses into baskets said Coach ,l--l. .Mu I.,I.4JOHl their opening game 73-68. '
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John Slater. .h> VM. HIK-. ..c..... 4-l/J-IJ. C.HtedlM. Monic Williams led BHS with a c .. WOOD, STOVES FROM SINGLE ROOM
14/3-.. '15.6. I."'.'. I.M.Cull..Mtll .."/..*. 32 which ties WHOLE HEATERS
game high points, a 'TO HOUSE
.With four seconds to and BHS .
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down 50-49, Monic Williams made BHS scoring record.The 32 points In-
the front end of a one and one free clude two three pointers. :: 0.1-5::: -121.a
throw to put the game into overtime. tillS 46 BUS 41 Kendra Butler added 11 points, the EVERYTHING YOU NEED
A five point spurt in fourth'period only other; BHS player in doubles -Q-----
In overtime BHS was down three with less than three minutes remainIng figures. TO INSTALL:

points with 30 seconds to go, and gave Gainesville High the K. Franklin led Chiefland High CHIMNEY PIPE
started fouling again. Again, cover- cushion needed to beat the BHS girl with 2'$ points.. B, Mitchum. scored, The 'DauntlessLor STOVE BOARDS HEAT SHIELDS
ting missed free throws BHS went basketball team 46-41 last Thursday, 14. 1 1
ahead 59-56 with 21 seconds left in I'night Dec. 1. ...*..<......._ If I* H 17Ch1.Ks4K,1. .. n ;,* Hk -A'Way Glass .Door BRUSHES ACCESSORIES
ll 17 14 II 13 Mr Gas Log'Castmr Adaptable
overtime. OV scored<'with four se- Nicole Welcome the GHS center .4).r<- M. Willi.... '1.11.1/1-11. .....,.. Porcelain
cond left to come within One, 59-58. was just barely taller than BHS. I/Ml.. D. a.... V.C. l.,1.* 1-9"-.. .. !or Color
BIIS threw. the ball in the. held it for Welcome scored 26 points right MfM 4I1Audit.... .. Wllltam 1-0/1-4. .'_II..all. .

the win. under the basket despite barely! being Oil.tl.n4 M..$. '.MI/_ ,..-./.-,.. ..........* by Vermont Castings. TOLL FREE
Monic Williams scored 7:. of the 9 able to get her shots off, and she .1-1/.-... Y.""".. 1.0-l/l-J. M...... I.M/1-4..
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: ':"';;ii:} ,\:, BUS Wrestling Coach Purdy Lilies the Condition His Men Are:, In I"n

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:; Wrestling Coach Brett Purdy says some big matches coming up. .' -jeh. / /. /.w.y.1/I M Deuto.l lfi4 v Py*111
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similar to Its'condition ,at mid- paired in a weight class above their four matches all at home. Thurs ..M. O.WIIN...It.Mr,c_. ttwt-0..,M....>4,Twif William Ihi
season last year. BHS wrestlersi normal wrestling weight,some were day, Dec. 8 (today), JacksonvilleEpiscopal -..M ls.r..w I/. Id a./
\ 'I i started their 1988 season campaign up two classes and still pulled off will come to the Tornado _,_. Nn.NN.w........ ...,.."MIII..'..............17', ,.....,JV.M.N MMdMIIM 7..IN. .,._M..,--I,..
the'Florida School for the the big win."Overall. Sd /.41.d pk.Md UU 0* ....... ,
1.\\(1\: :\ 'against gym, and Friday arch-rival, ...., .. --Ifmnf Irtmkl. ClMrito II..1 iM
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"..;;:;\,;:',,, Deaf and Blind In St. Augustine I'm pretty pleased' Gainesville Eastside invades Tornado onwU U..wb..1 i._M..1 to.,U.......tiM-',17 144-_Tr...vte. WyiM...._tmtrf,..CrM...,.
} \{' Tuesday, pecember 8. Purdy'sala. "The team Is In good land. Next 'Tuesday Dec. 13, IM "ooy Iwn..1 .eU o..1.-.U
I','r shape. We have only a couple of Lake Weir the defending district ft
", : ;S The results of the first match bear technical things to correct,and needto champion, will challenge the Tornadoes I
,::, ,'" 'this out,with the Tornadoes winning' Ret our weights: ,down. We have ; Thursday,Dec.15,Macclen Lamp of Jesus Craft Shop

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: ,: ':, '. Bradford County Midgets Finish parade."I., Grand' Opening '" t 1/ '

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, by Willie B. Brown' Cowboys from Bradford County was rushing Brian Blackshear 15 yards,
The Bradford ,Cowboys Midgets the best team he faced all year and Kelvin Williams had 100 yards and "--'
finished their football season 8-2-1 the most his team had given up in a receiving, John DeSue 30 yards and '
.. (."> 'with a 20-20 tie against the ,Oak, game this year was points. quarterback Leaton Morgan IV had Saturday, Dec.lO
I.' :''": I' Ridge 49ers of New York. He also said the Cowboys were the 130 yards passing. o.
"',, ,:,'., I Oak Ridge led at half time 12-0 but most physical and the fastest team On defense,Joe Gordon,Jr.had 21 10 a.m., '- 5
'I'.," (In the second half the Cowboys his boys had faced. tackles and 2 fumble recoveries. p.m..,
Midgets began to play like head Joe Gordon finished the game with Chris Burgin had 8 tackles and 1 '
,, ", coach Willie Brown knew they could. 130 yards rushing and three fumble recovery.John DeSue had 10 e Friendly Atmosphere'Re'a
I.. The hard running of Fullback Joe touchdowns and Wyndell Hampton tackles 'and Willie Newsom 8
': "I I Gordon, Jr. and the passing of finished with 80 yards rushing and 2 tackles., onably Priced Handmade Items
:' Leaton Morgan II to John DeSue and points at kicking. The Cowboys Midgets also won the .'Ideal Christmas,Shopping '
," Kelvin Williams set up the Andrea Hampton had 25 yards, City Bowl Championship In ,
fIrstetouchdown, a 3 yard run by Joe Tasty Snacks "
,Gordon Jr The second score was a
40 yard fumble recovery and run by Bradford High Tornadoes .
Chris Burgin and a two point conversion ,
by Wyndell Hampton. ,
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half.The 49ers of ,New York scored 1 Schedule- '1M ,. ,
their third touchdown with only five '. .. '
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",,:,'!',''''<''1;';'!'\\J(.'<';'(' "'''This point would have won the game. Jan. 17..........:,..,.Lake Weir..,*...,..... ,,I:, ,,I\:" TThe New Youk coach refused to, )I.jIW\t;) \; : is having
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; .i)'. ,.'. Centel Business Office 964-3536. Feb. 23-25.Distr1Gt: Tourney..,..........'.....................TBA : ,
"I I ',; ;( Business ) Feb., 28.....,.....,.....Regional Final..........I..........:..o.,......t..TBA Starke 9647711BUY
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step dropout
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1 The school board of Bradford ? $ F 00 .
Rattan Chairs
County baa received special MITCHELL'l ,

I opportunities fund* to provide for preschool economically t..l :Mica Table' Tops *J & Up

I dbadvantaeed 3 and 4 year old Drug StoreSince
I children.:This program will 1906Vtd These are discontinued and damaged items.

operate In conjunction. with the ,As Is,-All Sales Are Final
t following center:: : F lIhloned'Penonal Service"'
Bradford Preschool Starke
, I r Little School Midway Learning. Thurs. & Fri. -1 pm to 6 pm Hwy 301 North of Starke

Center.Pre-K New Lawtey Beginnings Elementary. and Christmas Specials Saturday 9 am till pm NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE

,' llead Start. % OFF All Animals,
To make an application ,10 Stuffed j 4N

contact 964.6SOO.Robin Lee.at '. 25% OFF All Christmas Items ** M MRICHARD'S Downtown Starke

10% OFF All PotPourri Items', "
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HELP WANTED FREE GIFT WRAP WITH PURCHASE
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GENERIC DRUGS AVAILABLE SHOES

,. WORKERS'COMPENSATIONWE .

for the Bird Dog. HONOR MOST INSURANCE CARDS HOLIDAY'

Apply in person SALEi
H Bradford Telegraph. RUSSELL STOVER CANDIES GIANT" ,.SIDEWALK

135 ,W. Call St.. Starke ,CITICORP EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS .. I '
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127 E. CALL ST., STARKE.. of Kind SAVE
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JUSTARRIVED ,System Specialist : ti' reg. $21.99 to $36.99

1/2 :HP MyersPump" I Save 25-5O on Fall Shoe

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I HOT Start Writtr necessary. for Opening!the tri-counly County ; the New River,landfill. advantage with the availability of being made by the Association to
The New River Solid Waste landfill.At Darabi of the amount of low cost inmate labor for an opera- have the legislature pass an' am-
Association! NRSWA; huh /okayed its regular monthly meeting ahead with from: each county,Brad- tion of this kind Entering Into an mendment to the law which would
topographic 46 percent of the agreement with PRIDE,a prison Industries recognize the regional concept and
Baker County 34 program utilizing. inmate allow only one set of scales at a
What's Going to Happen Next?? and to draw $30,600,and Union Coun labor is also a possibility. regional landfill thereby freeing
landfill site ,one third of The wastes separated for, other
Dec iz not for some of the grant money
Those
Are, We Living in Last days? Funds recycling would be carried by con- purposes. '
"Prophecy Message" by Rev. P.M. Weston, PastorGod's included in ..., veyor to a baling machine where Used motor oil Is no longer allow
Calendar l of Last Day Events needed or roadside separations compaction would be much more ed in landfills. A "used oil grant"'in
ed amounts complete than is now done In landfill 'the amount of$7,500 Is available,if a
7:00: p.m. Each Sunday, Night the practical tried in rural areas urban operations, thus saving landfill letter of intent is submitted by
count some space. Other advantages of balingare January 1.This money is to erect an
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as a beginning
Community Bible Church pealers less dirt is needed for cover and above ground tank for,oil storage,
chosen recycling system less leachate, the liquid seepage until disposal can be arranged. This
would
:Pratt( & Christian Streets ((2 Clks from ijwy 30U1Starke. 'NRSWA. floor,and separations be dumped from waste deposits, Is collected, grant Is also for each county,and no
Florida :3209} An ; i labor,, is being con reducing the amount of treatment provisions were made for a regional
ed for fiscal 'necessary. The cost of a baling' Installation.A .
Phone 9G4-.5522 IK.Tllfl7, ,?, 0 machine Is approximately' the grant has been received by Martin
cost of a compactor It would replace: County to set up a PRIDE

--- .--- RECORDRICORD C/VCiKS Grants Available.... operated the Immediate recycling needs process of NRSWA.similarto

A federally funded grant of$25,000 Association Chairman and Bradford
JUNCTION JUNCTION I I INC. ? PET per year tor four years is availablefor Commissioner Joe Riddick will work
each county'' in Florida: This with PRIDE to determine if such a
Radio /hack '. money the first year;has to be used grant Is available here.
COMPUTERSACCESSORIES of NRSWA Is set
OCALIPI for scales. The next meeting
: TV $.Walnut St. There Is no provision in the law fora for January 10, in Lake Butler, and
827 WALNUT VCR'S Starke,Ft regional installation such as the tentatively,a special meeting will be
BRADFOROSQUARE' CASSETTES NRSWA which eliminates the need held at the Macclenny Courthouse
SHOPPING CENTER'a TELEPHONES ,Angi for two sets of scales,when only one January 31.

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by Buster Rahn ed. When he went Del ore the zoning agreed to Chapman's request,clearIng Sherrif Dolph Reddish expressedhis "
BCT Staff Writer board, he was met by a large con- the way to re-bid the equipment appreciation to the' commissioners
Five employees In the Sheriff's tingent of neighbors, objecting to the for their cooperation with
Department have left, "or will'be additional trailer. The zoning board Potpourri... the ,Sheriff's office, saying, "You
with the recommended denial of the Commissioners agreed to have been very fair with me..:" Red '
leaving change of ad- pureChase (
ministrations as result of the which was subsequently upheld a, "bookmobile" for the dish said he will continue to live.In Join us at our house for
November elections, The five (turned down) by the ,commis-' library, at a cost of $43.713, using' Bradford County, and "leaving (of all-you-care-to-eat boutiful .
with III
sioners. rice) no will"
employees, Glenn Moore, Don Denton grant funds.
John Dempsey Samuel Eunice Zoning regulations provide for an -
and Elaine Starling have approx- exception to the, one year waiting II// t

imately 90 years service according period if conditions have substantially # (
to Sheriff Dolph Reddish averaging ,hardship.changed,. or in the ,event' of

18 County years each employees are allowed to Lee contended that six months, is Open all day from 6 am to 9 pni"

carry 240 hours of leave time and up long enough to wait saying he is experiencing No reservations, please.
to 60 days of sick leave, and receive a hardship in not being
able to utilize the"
for the time septic' tank on ,
pay upon leaving county
employment.County which Commissioner he spent $2,000. '' Very Simply Put. .. BUFFET HIGHLIGHTS I
commissioners had to Carter said "If we
made an intra-fund transfer in the do this everyone will be running in
Fine and Forfeiture Fund to cover here asking for a waiver.I don't see Homemade Soup '

for the in liability the operating{,which was budget.In not.provided any'before' basis the boarrt"for Mr. Lee's coming THE' OFFICE 'SHOP Garden Fresh Salad Bar

addition to the retirement The request tor waiver was deniedon Roast Turkey & Dressing
a 3-2 vote. Commissioners Ross
funds, the commlsisoners transferred -, Offers .
funds for two additional positions Chandler and Joe Riddick opposing Giblet Gravy '
at the'jail, and for a range Commissioners Carter Waters and '
hood, a long-time criticism by E.L. Norman, Cranberry Sauce ,

Department of Corrections jail inspectors Roast Beef Au Jus
for a total of $$70,000.I II Emergency 911... 25 %
I Sheriff Reddish said he (doesn't Cliff Chapman, director of A Variety of Vegetables -
plan to fill the jail positions, since In- Emergency Services, told commissioners OFF Hot Rolls &' Creamery Butter
coming sheriff Kenneth Etheridgemay the 50 cents per month sur- ,
have someone else in mind for charge on telephone bills is scheduled Homemade Dessert
the positions. to expire next month,having been
effective for All Gifts' and Cards: .
Lee's Request.., Chapman'the said approved approxiamtely 18 months ,Adults.......................................$6.95
Maurice Lee asked commissioners $50,000 is on hand, but an additional
'to waive the one year 120,000 is needed in start-up funds ,'I Children under 12 .....,... $3.5O
waiting period between applying for' for the 911 enhanced program, and ......1.,..... .. .

.rezoning Lee had, but petitioned was turned the down.Bradford ,ed requested for another the surcharge 18 months.Be extend, .-JlI1 .__i.. Infants to.._-3.--,...-...,......'............ FREE,
County Zoning Board and Com- The',board agreed to extend the''
misisoners about six months ago to surcharge as requested ECONO LODGEw
allow a sixth unit on his 4.9 acre Chapman said bids received for
mobile home park,,which is zoned 911 equipment are not satisfactoryand 110 W. CAUlSTRE""ET. STARKE 964- 7641M8 Strawberry Patch Restaurant
for five units, only to be denied. ,asked approval to re-bid the o
301 North
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Lee admitted he had made a Items. Since the invitation to bid In- c KWnwK Cjnfc.he 964-7600

mistake in installing a septic tank cludes the right to reject or throw .....;.. .. .". ... .... .. .. ... .... .. .. .,.' .. .' ... .
prior; : _to having the property' .: rezon- out all bids, the commissioners J' '. '.e" .9/.. ..'1 .!.- '" .\ .'I'J! !. .\. \.. .\I'' \.; ."I.!. "I.!. Y ,!.. !.IIo.' ,


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Club, Can. Hunt SERVlQTAR -

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BCT The Staff change Writer in membership' of the, Gift Giving Specials

,county commission,. led Monday,
Dec, 5, to an opposite 3-2 vote which 4d T
allows hunting from county roads in
a 3,000-acre west of Sampson Lake Now thru Sat..Dec. 17Sweepstick
called Cypress Run..
. Why Jim Rowe asked county
, commissioners was the, The fjr- BLACK DECKER, '
Cypress Run Hunt Club's request to, s
r hunt from the road on its own land
turned down by the former board. -
The land is divided by the Sampson ENERGIZER, 4
City Road and the Cypress Run Cordless Broom ,
Road,'and Cypress Run Hunt Club' ENERGIZER Batteries

has both sides of. portions of each Long-lasting alkaline performance: .
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road under lease. Faster and easier than a conventional broom I
,,," Blows debris from sidewalks, driveways patios household uses. 2-pack"D","C","AA" or
.... Rowe said the grade isn't used by aid 1-pack 9-Volt. #E95BP-2,3BP-2.,1 BP:2.to ,
either the mail service or' school F and y '"
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buses and that the request was approved = --
by the Florida Game and
Fresh Water Fish Division. SPECIAL = SPECIAL $189 '
The original request was denied'by $3999
the commissioners before former PRICE Q ;; PRICE, ,
Chairman Lawrence Mosley was, Illll ,,
replaced on the board by Ross
.. Chandler thus a new board heard OBWCKSDECKER, TnoJOto. Cordless Drill Kit r' .w
I Rowe's request Monday, pee, 5, in 3-Cell Cordless
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'w" the regular commission meeting. Power Driver "eL Professional r quality.'2-speed, 5 torque settings '
'Mosley had voted against there' \ #6012HDW

quest.In r Touch Power'position switch lets you drive screws / SPECIAL $1.,499 .
answer to Rowe's question, a comfortably with either hand. Use manually or automatically : '
Chairman Wilbur Waters said, The Powerful, fast,'\180 RPM. 9034 __ PRICE,
board felt it would open a can of, k;" Drill 6oi2HO, Battery tKamr-4, Charger .1 ii3oe74 o>
worms." s $2 l99 SPECIAL'SftH SPECIAL'3ftH 'SPECIAL ,3 ftHSPECIAL.
Commissioner Joe Riddick said, PRICE I.! PRICE PRICE PRICE, -
""1:voted against it because it is a
county road,, and I'm still against SEmnJ1IR SERVr: TltR. ', ,j ,
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it.Commissioner Ross Chandler asked ;Tool,Chest, -..:-:-:;-,_ 85-Pc.

"What happens if a person Is hit :Socket Set 4
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,by a bullet (while on the road)?" Heavy-gaugesteelconstructioowlthlwlndrawboIIS.
,Attorney R.A. Green replied, saying enamel section finish.tote tray 920SSR with socket' divider.Dark,gray. Includes '.",,H: fyk drive socket set and 19"toolbox) '
"I don't see legally impacting .'MHB85A "
on liability of the county," O '$ 99 $6' 99 a
Waters, one of the two commissioners 16 "
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supporting the original request 'SPECIAL PRICE ,
said:'I'd like to re-open the
request, since we now'have a new VA. ,Freewheeler Cordless 5ai
board." Magnetic

Commissioner Maxie Carter, Jr., Screwdriver Set ; m Moto Toole
the original request
who also supported
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speeds shatter-resistant ; LED
,,'moved to approve the re- Includes 7"screwdriver and 4 bits, including 3.4 and charging Indicator and 6V high torque casing motor. hour,
quest. zs,,: 6-8 slotted'no.1 and 2 Phillips Hexagon steel shank recharge. Free keyless chuck.: 850 4' ".
Commissioners E.L. Norman and ,.15511
Riddick, who :voted "no". on the $AB9 ,$
original request would not,second A499
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the motion. # SPECIAL'PRICE SPECIAL PRICE
Chandler did not second the re.
: VEE-GR1r ;WEED EATER',-
.Waters surrendered the I Gs Trimmerf" / ,-
chair to Clerk Gib Brown, and I Plier Set a1b1
seconded Carter's motion. Edger ;
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IncludeS'10R 7R 6LN and 5WR Vise-Grip locking: } i
The vote was 3-2 approving the re- pliers in a heavy-duty vinyl roll-up storage bag 2-cycle,22 2 cc engine with adjustable assist handle ,h-
quest to hunt on the property, with .428AH and Tap-N-Go automatic/ line advance. IS"cutting t,
Riddick and Norman opposing. ; path #XR20T,
The request was made several $1999' *79 99 J J'T L

months the late ago Hogan by Smith.Rowe, son-in-law. of SPECIAL PRICE SPECIAL PRICE '' ,


,hunting There from Is a county state law roads.prohibiting Countiescan First Alert 'ORTMO .4s Home Improvement,

I ,, however,, ,make, exceptions to Smoke Alarm Encyclopedia i J '
the state law.Hampton.,
Sounds warning alarm earliest\ sign of smoke t.Ew,
Comprehensive 512-page guide with Ideas, how to :
Hinged cover for easy battery Instructions and explanations for 1 20 +-
Installationtx4ttery Improvement
:Seeks a*+ fSA67D replacement.9-volt Included, projects' Invaluable reference and repair manual ti "!? '-' :,, Y

$ 19

Block GrantThe SPECIAL PRICE SPECIAL PRICE V ;'

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Hampton City Council at a SERVISTAR Corporation
I special meeting held at City Hall Individual dealers nay limit quwtftia, ,
,Wednesday, November 9, voted to Individual Dealers may not nock all items
Sam awes restrict Hems to
may
proceed with an application to the '
cash and cany turn only
Florida Department of Community
Affairs for a Small Cities Communi
ty Development Block Grant
,(CDBG) under the neighborhood ACME HARDWARE '& '
, revitalization 'and housing. ,.
i Lumber A y
categories. Hardware Home Centers

j 1 under The this maximum program amount Is $350,000 available and t BUILDERS SUPPLY ) ;ii{"" ,

, if approved will be used to extend \,\ ,'
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f water mobile lines home to community'Hampton Villas at ,the a ? 301 East Call ,Street t"" !,;;':JJ,: '.Jr" '' ;.

south edge of the town. Paving and "iI,, .,Ji!!,: .
streets throughout I J y"a,' 1"

resurfacing
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" prepared the application and will administer 'I ,
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Gene Shaw has been commissionedto I Ir
finalize the application for the city "

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that .land tond Open !Rural
,: tion for cash at! 2600 Lloyd Rd..Jackson- PUBLIC AUCTION Whose residences ore unknown, ond' designated currently by, the plan' as
Ii a eS7i ,will*, Flo.i: NOTICE I 1.1 hereby given that on Monday ,YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action Agriculture b* rezoned to ILW-llght Industrial
d, .on. lot of Tit. preps., consigned) !' to December 19. 1988. at 10:00: o'clock to foreclos o mortgage on the ', and designated Industrial the
+ 1ti( ''Comm. Officer Tyndall AFB. Fla., 'A.M.. the undersigned GATOR following property ,Irr Bradford County, of JOHN H.KEENAN described
.eons lot of compressor. consigned' to FREIGHTWAYS INC., will sell at public Florida to-wlt: property follows 2.30 oc'... Parcel
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NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO NOTIct OF SALE Flegler' County H.ot. AC Bunnall f la., auction for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Section 25, Township 5 South Rang 04721-0-00100.as Sec 6, Twn..7S,", Rng 22
'r. Notice I is hereby given that;pursuant sons 'lot of paper napkins.consigned to Jacksonville, Fla. 22 East, located In the South V4 of the SE located mile South of Stork' on
E. one
I' REGISTER to an order or a summary final lodgment ,Lllllams Music: Star, Gainesville,.Fla., .One lot .f Bath Tubs,consigned to J.M 1/4 of the SW 1/4 and described ot! East ,side o4U.S..301, for Office and
(, FICTITIOUS NAME of foreclosure. entered In the above- to satisfy freight' and storage charges, N_.., Dehon. PI. follows:
Pursuant '0'Section 865.09. Florida captioned action. I will sell the property under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of to satisfy freight and storage charges, Commence at the poIn"wh.r. the assembling You further of component NOTICE parts. that a
:' Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the situated In BRADFORD COUNTY Florida Uniform Standard Bill of Lading under the provisions of Section 4b) of North ROW line of a county graded road of are sold given ORDINANCE Is
i undersigned. Richard Fr..... 1002 W. Inc.Carrier. copy proposed
Gator Freightways Uniform standard Bill (which the South
Pratt described as of Lading. runs along edge of the available for your Inspection at th* office
i, SI ,Starke. Florida 32091, sole lot Three ((3) of Block 1 In WHITE Gator Freightways, Inc.Carrier. SE 1/4 of SW I 1/4)) Intersects the Westerly of the Director of Zoning and Plant
owner, business under the
doing' firmname ACRES SUBDIVISION as recorded In Plot 14.818069 ROW of SR 225: run thence West, along Ing City Hall Thompson Street, Stark.
ol Col. Gourm.t, 452 N. Temple dtd 7/20/88
Book 2, page 73 of the public records of 15.347619 O2-O67799 ROW of graded road to th.point where Florida.
Avenue, Stork., Fla 32091, Intends "
to dtd
9/21/88 .
i register said fictitious name under the Bradford County. Florida 01433928 Control j 0911 Con.rol0918 It Intersects 'the east line of SE t/4 of SW Each and every parson having any Interest
i aforesaid statute. at public sale, to the highest and best 2tchgl2/l I 2tchg12/8-13 1/4 for POINT OF BEGINNING. From whatever In the enactment of thl.proposed .
Doted this IIth I day of November bidder for cash, ot the front door of the POB continue West along ROW 80 feet; ordinance should appear and
,
1988, In Bradford Bradford County Courthouse In Starke PUBLIC NOTICE run thence North parallel East line of .be heard ol, the lime and place prescrib
County.4tpd 11/17-12/8 Florida, .at 11:00 a.m.. on Deesm-"* ?O The' Bradford County School' Board, SE 1/4 of SW 1/4. 250 feet: run th.nc. ed.
\ 1988. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA, Stork, Florida will hold a Public Hear. East, porolltl to ROW. 80 feet: run BOARD OF BRADFORD
Control 0"JOO, Doted,'.this 28th day of November EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR' Ing on the Proposed Amendment to thence South to ROW. 250 fet to POB. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
NOTICE OF INTENTION 1988. BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. Board Rule 60X4-5.06 PUPIL PROGRES- .has been filed against you and you ore By Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk
I TO REGISTER GILBERT S.BROWN Case No.87.589.CA SION PLAN on December 19 1988. at required to serve a copy of your written ltchg128Control
I f FICTITIOUS NAME CLERK CIRCUIT COURT FEDERAL LAND BANK OF COLUMBIA, 7:00 P.M., In the School Board Room ol' defenses, If any to It, on the Plaintiffs (0920
Pursuant .to, Section 843.09, Florida Control 0910 Plaintiff the District Administrative Offices, 582'N. attorney whose name and address Is: .
f Statutes' notice Is hereby given that the .4tchg 12/1-22 vs Temple Avenue, Stark, Florida, Harry M. Hobbs. Esquire (' "
undersigned. Lloyd" Gilpln. 604 Melton ROYCE R. JOYNER and his wife, Copies of this proposed Amendment Harry M. Hobbs, P.A. ZONING NOTICE
Terrace. Storke. Flo 32O9I. sole owner, CAROLYN JEAN JOINER a/k/a may be obtained at the Superintendent's 725 East Kennedy Blvd. FREEMAN C. REED. SR. I FRIENDSHIP
l e .doing business under the firm name of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH CAROLYN J. JOYNER; offices, between 8.OO A.M, and 4 30 Tampa Florida 33602 CABLE has mode application for SPECIAL
Gilpin Brothers Drywall. 604 Melton Terwe JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD LACASIBU PROPERTIES. .INC, ,, a Florida P.M., Monday through Friday, and file the original with the Clerk of the, EXCEPTION ESSENTIAL SERVICES. 100'
I l Starke,. Fla. 32091 Intends to COUNTY. Corporation, This published notice I I. In compliancewith : above styled Court on or before January cable tower for TV cable: reception to the
j '; register sold fictitious name under the CASE NO.88-665-CA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA acting the Florida Statutes, Chapter 2, 1989: otherwise a judgement may be Bradford County Board of Adjustment on
; 1 aforesaid statute. IN RE: The Marriage of through THE FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATION 12054: as enacted by the 1974 Florida entered against you for the relief property that Is 'classified ,OR-Op
I Doted this 17th day of November HERSHELL BLAINE DYAl, UNITED STATES Legislature. demanded In the Complaint or Petition. Rural and described belowOnehalf :
i ,1988 In Bradford County. Husband DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE: and Jim Duncan, Superintendent WITNESS my hand and the seal of sold acre (C/4)) 1 SO'x 1 SO' out of
i. 4tpd 11/17-12/8 v* HILLANDALE FARMS OF FLORIDA. INC.: ,Bradford County Schools Court on December 1, 1988. Parcel 04957-0-00000 In Sec 20 Twn. 7,
Control 0899 TAMERA D, DYAl a Florida corporations ,Control' 0917 HON.GILBERT S. BROWN Rng. 22 located one mil. East ot Hampton -
1 I'i' Wife Defendants.NOTICE 2tchg 12/8-1S CLERK CIRCUIT COURT and East of SE 21 st St. and South of
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO OF SALE Control 0915 SE 34th Av. Rd for .
NOTICE OF SALE', '"" ---- (Mng Dairy 1 placement
l FOR NON-PAYMENT : HERSHELL BLAINE DYAL" Notice Is hereby given.that, pursuant MEETING NOTICE 4tchg 12/8-29 of cable TV tower and antenna. _
OF STORAGE UNIT RESIDENCE UNKNOWN.YOU to Summary Final Judgment of The Suwann River Economic Coun The Bradford County Zoning Board will
; Notice It hereby given pursuant to ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action Foreclosure' entered herein I will cell cil. Inc., Board of Directors.will hold a review the application and make a
the property situated In Bradford Coun meeting of the Board of Directors on NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
Florida Statutai 83.806 thai on Monday for dlsoslutlon of marrlag has been recommendation fa the Bradford County
L Dec..12. 1988. It am., a sale will beheld filed against you and you are required ty Florida described as follows: ,Monday December 12 1988 7:30: p.m. REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF Board ,of Adjustment| for their' 'public:
PARCEL I; Southwest Quarter of Northwest ,at the Holiday Inn In lake City Florida. THE LAND USE PLAN
i at Bldg. 1 Unit 18. Starke Mini- serve a copy of your written defenses, If hearing to be held at 7:30: In the
Rood p.m.
s, I Storage, Stark, Fla., phon. 4732750. any to It, on the Petitioner/Wife's attorney ,Quarter lying east of State IIchg 12/8 An ORDINANCE amending the Com- Commission of Hall
This sal.involves properly of the follow whose name and address Is': 221, Section 20 Township 7 South Con.rol0916 preventive Land Use Plan Element and meeting room City '
209 N.Thompson St., Stork, Florida, on
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ing tenant and. what Is believed, to be JOHNNY R.; HOBBS, JR. Rang. 22 East. ( Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance
i:: stored. Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr.; P.A.P. PARCEL II: Northeast quarter of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH, with the local Government Tuesday: December 27 1988.
,. Jackie Richardson towtey, O. Drawer 938 ,Southwest Quarter of' Section 20, JUDICIAL ,CIRCUIT OF THE' STATE OF Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as At this lime, all persons will be heard
11 / goods Flon'tou..hold ., Starke. Fla. 32091 Township 7 South. Range 22 Ea.,. FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD provided for In Chapter 163 of the concerning this application, as specifiedIn
A sale of the entire contents of unit and f II.the original with the Clerk of the LESS AND EXCEPT: All existing roads COUNTY Florida Statutes the Bradford County Zoning Codes.
will be mod. to the highest bidder. If no above-style Court on or before January and rights of ways. Said lands containing CIVIL DIVISION TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers and other Zoning Director
bidder the sal. will be conducted pursuant 2, 1988, otherwise o )Judgment may b* 66.32 acres, more or less, are located in Case No. 88-609-CA Interested persons. B.C.B.of ADJ.
to rental agreement between occupant entered against you for the relief Bradford County. Florida MID-STATE TRUST II. The Bradford County Zoning and Planning ltchg128Control
and owner demanded in the Petition at public sole, to the ;inyt; .ct and best a Delaware Business Trust, Board conducted a public hearing' 0919
2tchgl2/l-8) WITNESS my hand and the seal..of said bidder for cash at the main entrance of Plaintiff on Tuesday November 29, 1988 on the
Court on this,:29tK day of November.. the Bradford County Courthouse in vs below listed application and will make a STARKE
I 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH' 1988. Starke, Bradford County Florida, ,at CLARA E. LEE recommendation to the Bradford County
\. 'JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRADFORD GILBERT S.. BROWN CLERK 11:00 A.M., on the '30th day of' a single woman and Commissioners' for their considerationand CHURCH OF GOD
I COUNTY FLORIDA, Control 0912 Dec.mber.I988. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONER OF action at the prescheduled' final'
,. 432 N. !ST. CLAIR 964-5445
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WITNESS hand and official seal of :
for this for
l CASE NO. 88-405-CA 4lchg 12/1.22 my BRADFORD COUNTY hearing application rationing
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE said court' .this 29th day of November,' Defendants.NOTICE and amendm.nt of the Land Us. Plan on' Joha Spratlln. PastorWe
(I ASSOCIATION, a corporation, PUBLIC AUCTION )1988. OF SUIT Wednesday; December 21, 1988 at the Invite you worship with us.
i Plaintiff' NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon. GILBERT S. BROWN, TO: CLARA E. LEE If alive or dead her Commissioners. Room of the Bradford ',Attended Nursery''

v* 'day, December 12, 1988, at 10:00 o'clock 'Clerk of Court Unknown spouse," heirs devisees, County Courthouse, Starke,'Florida at Sunday School .. ,...(. lOam
I,: KENNETH L::,TETSTONEI etc., .t at.' A.M., the, undersigned Gator 'C.roI0914" grant., creditors and all other parties 7:30: p.m., an Ordinance relating' to: Morning Worship.4..... Ham
}, Defendants. Frelghtwoys.. Inc., will sell at public auc 2tchg 12/8-15 claiming by. through under or againsther The rezoning of the following describe. Evening Service .,"".s 6pm
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Board.Approves DuPont's ,Development Order to Mine Max"ill ,Site ,

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Bradford final County Commissionersgave Darrell O'Neal, county programs yet 'approved by DuPont Head 'wording difference appeared pec ted no substantive changes in the To find" and 'acquire equivalent
approval' to OuPont's
director said "It's in the best In- quarters In Wilmington,, Delaware. substantial In several Instances,and wording, and asked the board not to gopher tortoise habitat to replace'somb '
development order enabling the 0//
terest the county to All Some 30 environmental and asked the board
mining to .
apRrove. of because
mining company to proceed with in deny approval delay approval just of com- 218 acres of habitat the company
parties are be
agreement permits must secured before the
mas. will
plans to mine In the Maxville Project destroy when mining.
located ,In North Bradford- Commissioner Joe Riddick movedto Maxville Project will be approved. the agreement until the wording can In general, DuPont has agreed: The development order approvalmeans
County." approve the order, received a second DuPont hopes to begin work on the be studied. Attorney Frank E. Mat- To pay (or paving entrance and DuPont has met environmental -
The order by Commissioner' E.L. Norman project in January. Next step, said thews of the law'firm of Hopping exit lanes on US-301 at the SR-12S en- traffic ecological, and
development was conditionally The motion was approved 5-0 Sri Engineer Chris Mason, is Boyd Green & Sams of .
last to get : Tallahassee. trance to the Highland Mine of Du- economical elements of the Development
was returned approved to correct month some,wor but in the Dec. 8 commission meeting, Duval permits counties.from Baker', Clay, and representing puPont, said h* C''If Pont. of Regional Impact.

ding. Corrections were made, and Background... The conditions set by Bradford
final brought approval.Chuck before. the commission for The order''will allow DuPont to commissioners related to some wor- All State Homes Must be Licensedmay I
Kiester; with the North, ,pull the permits to do the mining.; ding in the agreement between Du Nursing ,
Florida Central Regional Planning DuPont plans to mine some 7,000 Pont and the North Central Florida
Council INCFRPC) said, "We may acres in Bradford, Baker and Clay Regional Planning Council and the All nursing homes in Florida must, be certified to participate in he other, facilities lit NE Florida. A
not have built a Cadillac but It is a Counties, called the Maxville Project Northeast Florida Regional Plann- be licensed by the Department of Medicare or Medicaid programs private room is $65 per -dayand.
vehicle we can use," In reference to which will extend the ing Council. Chuck Kiester of Health and Rehabilitative Services All nursing home facilities In semi-private Is $62. In Gainesville,
the development order. company's tenure here to the year NCFRPC explained the agreement (HRS). Florida are inspected by the HRS Office private from a low
2006, It is a $45 million project not to Bradford commissioners, said! the Some or all of the beds in a facility, of Licensure and Certification of $60 ate erGaines l Nursing
(OLC) at least once each year. A Center, to a high of $100 at the
superior rating( means the facility University Nursing Care Center
exceeded minimum standards, of both privately owned and operatedfor ,
licensure Other facilities in
profit. rural
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; : ,NOTICE OF BUDGET INCREASE All facilities in Florida accept ,northeast Florida range from $60 to
r.I.: ,{. \ private-pay residents. Some also ac- $68 per day for private rooms.
; ; ,:-, '; 'FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND BUDGET cept contractual agreements with Whispenng Pines accepts pay* .,
the Veterans Administration,as wellas ''ment from all sources: ', prIVate insurance
:: .(. 1988-89 payments from CHAMPUS, CHAMPUS, VAj Medicareand
\ (Civilian Health and Medical Pro- Medicaid.It received a Superior''
gram for the Uniformed Services), rating as of July 1987.
'. ( The Bradford County'-'Board of County Commissioners will insurance companies, HMOs and

:" ,:?" ,' hold a public meeting on Tuesday, December'13, 1988, at 6:55 Medicare. and Medicaid. Visiting hours are open. Physical ".
The Whispering Pines Care Centerin and
at the Bradford Courthouse in Starke Florida. The : : Starke owned thearpy recreational therapy,
p.m. County ; a privately facility transportation to and from the doctor '
purpose of this meeting is to increase the Bradford County Fine operated for profit has 120 total and a wheelchair are included.
beds. licensed for
are
}Ninety! Room TV and phone services are extra
:' and Forfeiture Fund, from 1002767.00 to 1072767.00, '. Medicaid patients and 30 are licensed as are medications, laundry

," which represents an overall increase of$70,000.00. All citizens of '.' Rates for Medicare, compare patients.favorably with' speech audioloRical occupational therapies and

Bradford County are invited to attend this"'meeting. "
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,.'." ',,,' Chairman of Board ''Clerk to Board County Finance'Dir.. wishes everyone a Merry Christmas' and
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.,f'',: "-vXlifel:'}; :. ;:!(; it !:l: .BRADFORD COUNTY FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND I, :,:' In'and browse around. Maybe you can'find

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.from pap 1Acd William Hazen; Brown Retired course to regain his standing Credit -vVayne Wilkinson,. 35, went to Glue fl Child
City Attorney Terence Brown,"If from the US. Marines,with 20 years for prior training }Is not considered, work Wednesday Nov.30.Wilkinsonhas
the city approves the program,what service. Chief Reno said. worked as a Starke policeman,
H the process for ending it?" Clyde R. Short, Correctional Officer several years previously,and was a Better, Christmas
Attorney Brown said "I believe Department of Corrections. sergeant when he resigned to go to "
the program, approved by the council Chief Reno said the' pool \of Certified officers may retain certification work at Lawtey Correctional Institution .
it must be abolished by the. council qualified officers In this area Is by working two shifts each ..E
( ." large,because many correctional officers month, with a law enforcement 2i
,The council moved to approve and will go for police standards agency thus volunteers for a
implement the training after receiving correctional reserve unit may be available to Kinard Perry,27,who is black and
unanimous 4-0 vote, Commissioner officer training. Some of the basic local police departments. from Lake City, took final certification
Travis Woods did not attend the training is the same for both profes- exams last week, goes to work
meeting: sions, with correctional officers re- Chief Reno said the Starke Police Thursday, Dec. 8.
Chief Reno'told The Telegraph quiring an additional 80-160 'hours to, Department continues to accept ap- iradford County-Starke
,there are ample candidates in the meet police standards. plications for additional. ,certified
area to staff a reserve;,with three' Once an officer is certified, he ,reservists
fully certified candidates'ready to must be engaged in police work, or Chief Reno said the SPD received Chamber of Commerce & .
begin work Immediately: lose certification after three years. 10 applications for the.two vacant
.Owayne Hardee., Starke Fire Once the certification Is lost, the New Police Officers:.. positions,with four making the final Bradford County
,Chief! candidate must take the full 560 hour, cut. Wilkinson and Perry were '"
The Starke Police Department hasfiorrn ,chosen from the final four. '

. Worth Noting tv"o, nP\9 ,111' on bonrrt '-i', 'Emergency Seruices, ', : ,,1.;,

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Rescue & Fire Dept. ,!" ;,

In Emergency... Arthritis Foundation... (; '
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County residents with 485, 468 or An'area Arthritis Foundation Owned &, Operated by Marcie & Gene Eunice, Sponsoring........ ,
496 telephone prefixes may call Chapter Is being formed locally. U '9164"4 tAam 4 Slre
either of two numbers, 376-1502 or interested please call Lorraine
377-5122, in emergency situations, Wilkison,782.3462 Lawtey Ex- FLORIDA. SOUVENIR LAND : ; f; TOYS FOR TOTS .
toll free, day or night. In daytime change). U.S.'301 North- Lawtey! ,norlda. '7 ,',' '
working hours the call will go. into _Starke Elementary.... ,
the courthouse switchboard at
,night the calls go to the county jail. Calendar of events"'for the Starke Toys are needed for kids
Jurors should call 64-6280 if localto .Elementary School: &TM'1\S
Starke or 375-0209 if in 485; 475 or Dec. 8,Southside Elementary Hm & \ ', '
468 areas. Choral Concert,BUS Auditorium, .t't INGh' who don't, haue any this
7.30,: p.m.Dec .
Used Tree.. 13'Awards' Ceremony, Christmas. Gifts be r
may '
Grade K,8:15-9: a,m.; Grade 1, ,
The Boy Scouts of America will 9-9:45: a.m.;;Grade 2, 9.45-10-20: : Let Us Help"You with''Many Unique One-of-a-Kind Gifts....
be collecting "used" Christmas, dropped off at ,
trees in several locations after s.m.Dec, 14,Awards Ceremony ,Clocks 'Gator Clothing .' ;Moccasins
December 25. Grade 3,9-9:45: a.m.; Grade 4. ,. '. STARKE FIRE DEPT..
Paintings' Wind Chimes Leather
Many Goods
Please don't burn your old tree. 9:45-10:20am.; Grade 5,8:15-9 ,
Deposit it in one of the convenient ,Ceramic Fruit Bowls '& '
collection centers, sites to be announced a.m.Classes will be dismissed at 1 Jewelry Figurines by Dec. 19th ,, > i
later. p.mi Dec 14. THOUSANDS OF FINE GIFTS PERFECT: FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING. '
The trees will be used in the na- 'r'i'
Toys should be new ,]:
tionally recognized Northeast Singles Meet..., "
Florida Beach Dune Restoration Claxton JAMS
Starke Church of God Christian Fru i
Project. '
'Singles In Action will be having FRUIT CAKES, JELLIES 9+ t5! slightly used. "

Bible Club.,., their meetings the second and PiaC
fourth Fridays of each month. 2.59 PRESERVES Toys to be, distributed ,to the, children_
For Grades 15'at Southside' Good speakers, food and '
Elem.and Starke Elem, every ,fellowship are featured each. time.. who peed ,them lilon't, you help, oiuianta. ,
Thursday: after school, 2-3:15 p.m. Call 964-7678' Or 964-9681,
Stories, songs, games, and surprises
Sighed permission slip required ,
; availabe at school office
For more Info, call Dorene Davis.,.
964-8140, or June Lee,9646034.,


Learn to Read... all I I want is.

If you know and adult who wantsto
learn to read, or if you want to
help someone learn to read, contact .
( Librarian Sue Crum at the Library, ,
or call the Bradford County
Library at 9046400.Bookmobile..


... l .,.. ,One of ,the Great Previously Owned

New hours for Bradford
County
Bookmobile have been announcedfor Vehicles Now On Sale
Thursdays:
8-10 am.Brooker Elementary = ... Motors '
at
,School Terwillegar r .
10-12 a.m, Brooker City Hall
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-12:15-115: ; p.m:,Graham Post fV
Office 1 .
-1:30-2: :30 p.m.,Kite's Realty

Learn a Trade... '
,'The Job Training Partnership 1987 Bronco XLT 1988 Bronco XLT 1987 Bronco ,n XLT

Act (JTPA) will send to schoolat
the Vocational Centers you if you Auto. Air. Power Windows, Speed Tilt Auto,Air, Power Windows, Speed Tilt, Auto Air Speed Tilt.
qualify. Stereo Cassette Stereo Cassette
There are openings in Commer:
cial Vehicle and Dnvmg,
Cosmetology, Clerical, Welding, 2 to to 16,995 Extra $11,9951
Heavy ticulture.Equipment and Hor-' ChooseFrom' $14,995 i Clean

For further information contactMs.
V. Mitchell at the local Job, '

Service Office,964-8092, 1986 GMC Pi k-Up 1986 F 150 Pick-Up 1987 Cheyy'Pick-Up ,

Square Dance...,
Plus Level square dance instruc Clean! 133"WB, blue&White 302(,Auto,AIr LWB,'V-,8. Automatic Air

lion is available each Tuesday in TuTone.
the Kingsley Lake Civic Center) ,
from 8-10 .m with Ken Perez,_ '
p '

caller.call 9647955.For additional information'I' ,Only' $5,495 'Only if $ fiJi 5.''I I ONLY' $ 7,995


Child Find...,

Do you know a child with a handicap -
? 1987 Chev. S-1O 1987 Ford F150PickUp
Child Find is one part of the 1986 F15O Lariat
Florida and '
Diagnostic Learning Lariat XLTCamper
Resources System (FDLRS) that
lends support services to exceptional Top, Fully Loaded ,
'4 Air Conditioned, Clean.
Speed,
student education programsin 1 4,Speed, ,Air Conditioned Clean Truck! '
a six county area: Bradford. ,
Baker, Flagler,Putnam, St.Johns, 8,995
and Union Counties., $9,9,95 : $7,995 Only
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One function of Child Find is ONLY' Only ,
Identification of potentiaUy han'
dicapped preschool students,and'
.. the location of children and youth

who between may birth have and a handicap 21 years conditionand of age' 1988. Mustang, GT 1984,Ranger 4x4 ,1985.Line., Towncar

are not receiving services.- 6 Speed Air; Stereo ,
Some areas of handicapping condi-' Extra Clean! 108"WB., Air Conditioned. 4-Speed, Signature Series. Fully Loaded
tions may be speech, language,
: hearing, vision, learning, behavioror
physical problems: $ '
If you know of a child who may ,13,595'ONLY $4,995 $12,495
be handicapped contact 'ONLY ; Only

FDLRS/Child Find at (904) 3288811in n __=..... _
Putnam County or write
," FDLRS/Child Find.P.O.Box 159, '
Bostwick,FL 32007.Employers 1985 Escort
1982 'OldsCutlass 1988 Mustang :1984, Mercedes ,
1 Wanted... '
3OOD Turbo
; LX.
r, Employers are wanted to participate -
in the Title III Dislocated :4 Door, Power Windows 2 Door.Stereo Cassette, Speed Turbo Diesel, Extra Clean, Sharp Air, 5-Speed

r Worker, The Job Program Training/ Partnership Cruise Control, Fully Loaded Control.Air Condo Wire Covers Fully'Loaded

t Act (JTPA) will fund on-the-job' ONLY
training positions for the long ted

.(,, unemployed. 3,495 $7,995 $13,995'ONLy3,995'
; For further information call San-
.- dra Demps in Lake City at (904) JUST Ol '
758-0433.In the Florida Department
of Labor office. .
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t.:, persons meeting TerwillegarMotors
certain criteria may be eligible for
the dislocated worker program
under the Job Training Partnership; ,
," Act. 964-7200 473-FORD
Call Sandra Dempe at ((904) 371-1096 388-FORD
758-0433 in Lake City for further In- Starke Keystone Hgts

state formation.agency Ms.Job Demps Service works of for a 209 W. Madison Gainesville Jacksonville State Road 21

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Learning by Doing. .


Area's Career Shadow' Program Is


A ''"Partnership for Success" for. Students

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By AcHan Jenkins and Union counties.It program this week on Dec. 8 and 7." ,
and Mark Frledlin gives students the opprotunity to Officials from the Bradford
':.. Study in school and I: classroom get an on-the-job experience at a Chamber of Commerce, who also
,work is good and can teach you work place of their choice. It helps assisted with the program, said it
I,; many things but getting hands on them understand how they, need to would be a great learning experience
work, experience at a real Job can prepare for that careerand most for students.
help a person get the feel of what he Importantly, even if they would like Interviews with several of the
_- or she wants to do with their life. to continue the job or move on to students Involved in the program
That's what the Career Shadowing another field. show how much they learn and how1'
program is all about It allows High Dr. Bernard McFadden of Santa it helps them to make those imporj! ,
School students to. get that kind of Fe Community Colleges Starke tant career decisions. ,
first-hand experience. Center and Bradford Superintendentof BHS 11th grader Derrick Dowdy
'The Career Shadowing program is Schools Jim Duncan are foundersof spent the day with Cliff Chapman at
a fairly recent development in many the Program in Bradford County the Bradford" Emergency Rescue
'counties throughout the state of Some fifty businesses and over ,service, Derrick was furthering his
Florida, including Bradford, Clay eighty'students participated in the See Page SB

Helping Hands....

.. Dr Cray Flynn help BUS 11(hgraden 4, M K ,
Celeste Carter (at left) and
Michelle Phillip (center) learn

I' some Dr the details of nil dentistry
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Phone 964-5382 or 395-5950,



MorrFrl., ............ Dec 5.9.,.......Registration by Mn. .
Appointment" ._.?.?.?.Jon. 16............. Holiday (Martin Luther lOng Jr.'a ..
10CMam.-4.00p.m.:
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Mon......,..... Jan. 23...........Lost day to drop classes 'I' ,
6:00: p.m.-8CO: p.m.. .. .", '
I I In the Bank..., R L .-FtL;......... Jm. r6.......,.....ReaWoalloo, Man.- Frt...._?..< Mar.,. 20-24..., and Spring receive Break a refund I '

BI1S student Twana Tyson (sitting) get tome advice from Community" Bank I0.00a.m.-4.00p.m'.i+ Frt.._...._........_. Mar.24......,.,... Holiday (College Closed
Mon.................Jan.9........ .... )
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Carol .Classes begin/Schedule
'! ': Proof Operator Carter during Career Day*.. Mon........... Apr., 10....... lat day lo drop ft have
<<:,: \\i: :Adjustm nl/f! EES DUE ," : clasH" removed from ,
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I By \Mark Friedlin merce- Education Committee to COURSE, SECTION ID COURSE TITLES''' 'TIME PAYS ROOM I CR' "NSTAUCTOA...: :\'i."," "',\ '
BCT Staff Writer describe the ,relationship betweenthe ." .
"Career Shadowing Days", a program -, business community and educa- DAYTIME I ," ,',"' ""
.' in which high school students'' tional system Bradford County
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learn the ins and outs of the working '"Partnership is really helping ." ,' '
!.Iir\Q; >';:" :, ''ii'':: world by "shadowing"'' area each other said Judy Becker, former ;I" MAC1102 '"'OS1OS1 P ,/Intermediate Algebra > 8:30-9:45: MW 108 ,3 Becker"" :,, ,;+ .
"P:"' ',ii,\" ', business people, has been a big success Bradford County, School Board ; ': SOP2002 PPsy. ol Social Behavior 8:30-9:45 '.;; "
i ,\\\'I\, :' r,," ,'," here in the three years the program member and spokesperson for the >' > SPN1100 051"" P : : MW 209 3 OComellJffi; :;; '\>'. "
1 '\\1''t,'" has been in operation. new program. 5 As the, community .. .. ,' HCP0101 OSt O Spanish I 8:30-9:45: : MW' 212 .' 4 Lyall > : ''f! !$( ;:\\ :| 11:, '. '
((1' "I The Bradford. County School combines its resources to help the Nursing Assistant 9:00-2:00: : MF 106 Hdcttcock/,: !" /,: ltllj&Ifif R \;!
"I'' ";'v" :::'" Board and Starke-Bradford schools, the schools can in turn provide DAA1500 ,OS1OS1 P, ,Jazz Dance( ) 10:0610:56'Wv'F: : BHS 3, 'Loseke '-'";' ':',{Jflf\: :$';1M": '..' '
1:" ',' Chamber' of Commerce combined a better education for its DEP2004, P HumanGrowihandDevelopment
i': : ,:" :, forces in 1987 to increase the benefits students. That in turn will give the ENC1101 'OSt P 10:00-11:15: : MW, 209 ,,3 oQmen.'i."ni) ':, ;: {\' _
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Recent ArrestsIn Wilson Browning. 47, of Starke substance, conspiracy'to deliver cocaine ing under influence (DUD), driving was released after. a $215.25 cash
was arrested Dec. 4 for attemptingto possession of drug paraphernalia While license suspended (OWLS), bond was posted.
Bradford CountyThe take deer at ''night with gun and ,according to Lt. John. Hodges. according to Patrolman Wayne '
light,, and carrying a concealed Bond. was set at $3,000, Harmon was Wilkinson. Thornton's blood alcohol Elmore David Ross, 36, was arrested
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by local following authorities in were Bradford. firearm, according. to Game and released, on' his own, recognizance, content. was .21 percent. Bond was Dec. 1 for failure to. pay fine
County Fresh Water Fish Commission Officer .Dec. 7. set at $1,750, he was released on his for. DWLS, according to. Deputy
Trubey. He was released aftera own recognizance. Barry King. Bond was get at$180,he
$500 bond Elmer Warren Williams, 29, was was released on. his own
surety was posted
) Make Several Wendall Allen Thach, 30, ofBrown's arrested Dec. 1 on a Madison. County Diana Marie Smith, 28, of Starke recognizance.Ernie '
Trailer' Park south, 'of of warrant with a $560 bond, according. was arrested Nov.. 27 for expired tag
Norman Viggiano 27, Clay
Drug Related Arrests Starke was arrested Dec. 3 on. a war to Patrolman ''Gordon. Smith. (more than four. months) according George Masey, 31,of Starke
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Three the rant County, Williams was released on his own to.' York. She
arrests were made,by refusing to sign citation, according Deputy Doug was controlled.
Starke Police Department recently, Alabama charging fugitive! from to. Patrolman Danny Thrift. lie was recognizance at request of Madison. released after a $250 surety, bond possession of substance;
justice, 1st.degree theft, according Cot authorities, possession of paraphernalia, main-
unrelated but all defendants, face after cash bond was was posted
released a $250 .
to Lt. John Dempsey, Lt. Sammy taining vehicle to possess controlled
drug charges,
Eunice and Deputy Harvey Rhoden posted. Traffic Alfred Charles Cambell, 34,'.''was substance according to Lt. John
Nov. 2$ Ernest Williams, Jr. was Thach refused exlridation, remainsin Clifford Eugene Harmon. 29, was Stephen Lane 'Thornton, 19 ofStarke. arrested Nov. 30 for. DWLS, accor-. Hodges. Masey was released after a
charged with possession of cocaine, custody tmrtw..n bonr) arrested Dec.for. selling a controlled. .was arrested Nov.27 for. driv ,ding to .Trooper D. C, Roberta. He 1715.25 surety bond; was posted.

attempting to sell cocaine according
to. Lt. John Hodges. Williams
attempted to sell to..a .undercover

.own set source'(H reeogizance$7,0 and()(>o was, he was charged.released Bond on was his WE'RE PROUD OF OUR BEEF


While on. routine. traffic patrol.
Dec.3 a vehicle with no tag light was
stopped by Investigator M. T, Me- ,
Clain. In plain view was a glass bot ." '
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tle containing a- leafy green WinnDixie'PRICES 'At Winn-Dixie, we're proud of our beef. We know it's
'substance appearing to be cannabis. naturally aged, tender gratn-ted U.S. Choice Beef the best
During a'search of. the vehicle a beef you can buy And we're equally proud of the people who''
white powered substance was foundin / cut your beef, the Market Managers. They're specially
the glove. compartment. M trained men and women who know more about beef than
Walter Wayne Jenkins, Jr., 23, of just about anybody. They are there to answer all your
Lake Butler with ra7)) e
was charged '
the want it. and help
possession of cocaine possession of : questions. Cut your meat just way you
cannabis, possession. of .drug you get the best buy for your money.'So get to know them.
paraphernalia\ theft, driving with ,' You'll see why Winn-Dixie Market Managers are called the
suspended license, no. tag light, according ,' 'Beef People! '
to. McClain. Both drugs ,'I,
'
tested positive,Jenkins admitted the GOOD IN'THE;FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION:
pot being his but denied ownership of
the cocaine, said McClain. 82&WALNUT ST_BRADFORD. SQUAW SHOPPING CENTER-DELI PHONE: -BIt3 u.S. CHOICE I
Bond was set at 2012025. Jenkins
was! released into. his. father's/ WHOLE UNTRIMMEDSIRLOIN

custody. ., EVERYDAY WE SELL o S ,

Brian David Odoni, 21, of Lake ONLY
Geneva was arrested Dec.5 during a TIPS
routine traffic stop. when a small bag LOW LOW U.S. CHOICE
with a brown leafy substance was
seen lying on the seat;' according to. BEEF '
Patrolman. Smith. Odom was charged -.. PRICES
with possession. of ,cannabis ,
possession of drug paraphernaliawith
bond set at $2,000. Odom was "
released on his own recognizance: ; ,SAVE YOU < < $

$157
Middleburg Woman ON l
Arrested Lavvtey1, ,: MORE a '

Wanted in ,Calif. .. CHOICE 9-12 LB.,

A 30-year-old woman with' Mid YOUR, TOTAL AVG
dleburg address arrested in Lawtey BEEF :
on a traffic violation is, wanted in
California under another name, FOOD BILL II
Debbie Ann Smith was stopped
Dec 4 for speeding by Lt. William -- J' LB.
Tillotson.. She was 'charged with YOU'RE GOING TO SK THE DIFFERENCE. '
''driving while licnese suspended and ,
W O MAMO U t.e o*ce.or.ussSIRLOIN
no valid driver's license, said Tillot-
:Bon. who later' learned she was TIP STEAK . s.--, 'L" $227
wanted on. a warrant from Kern
County,, Calif. Under the name' ,I
Deborah Kay Allison she was charged rt '
i SELECT LEAN FRESH JVk IBS. a DOWN ROCKING M HOT or MILD
justice with with burglary a $10,000, fugitive bond.'Smith-from,*,*,, ,. k r; i tir PORK $177 T _.: 4, 1.1I SMOKED 01 .. \ Hi"

Allison. waived extradition. She will SPARERIBS .: it I
be released on her own recognizance. SAUSAGE
in Bradford. County if returned to. FARMSTEAD BONEIESSPORK lM"JIJ.j!,)
Calif. ,$297 s

CHOPS .,. 'i'wo 2.LB.$28I
/ '
Man Caught-Arrested : :

Running From' StoreA U.S.D.A.INSPECTED CHOPPED' $ '49

29-year-old Starke' man was 9-11 LB. AVG. HAM ,',,; .,4, ,, u W-D REGULARFRYER
charged with theft after he ,was '
caught running from a convenienceStore LEG CORN W.DBRANOU.S.CHOICE BOLOGNAQUARTERS
with stolen items in his pocket. }ll $399 BONE-IN or BONELESS
''Anthony Williams of 1003, DOGS .', ",,',;, SIZE ucHo4cl TOP SIRLOIN or FRANKS
Brownlee. St. was charged Dec. 4 W-D ( ,
with retail theft, resisting without -" COOKED $ 89 J STEAK

Gordon violence. Smith, according and Michael to' Patrolmen Thomas. HAM ., .' .. ;i.V, :: .2
McClain. ." 80 HICKORY SWEET: 7 9ge
AS Officer Smith responded to. a LOW SALT $2'1 12oz. '
'shoplifting. call at Lil Champ Store. LB. $138 SIZE
''on. North. Temple Sunday at 9:15 BACON, '. i'. ii LB-
a.m.1 the suspect was seen by Officer
McClain running on SR-16 east at' T
which time he was apprehended. pith RVERYDAYS
Williams was returned to the store Ow V8 DpY a 9 aJ F
where he was positively Identified; EvEA PRIC LOs
by store clerks, said Smith 1.Ow li'm m1z
Bond for each charge was set at 4
,$500,,die was ,released,on his own s s .
recognizance.' i

,Lawtey Man Arrested 9
i
EVERYDAY I I
For Theft,of VCRA I LOW PRICE

26-year-old Lawtey man was err -
rested Dee' 1 for stealing a'VCR

from Jerome Bradford Lee allegedly Middle School.sold. a VCR 'I
that had been stolen from the schoolin I I ; '
August, according to,Patrolman. it'i'
Gordon Smith. The burglary, was, [
discovered. Aug.1' when a rear win-
dow. was removed. from. the building. .
Bond for the charge of. burglary,'
theft was set at $1,000. Lee was also.
charged with failure to appear for
petit theft with bond set at$500 cash
or surety,.Lee remains in custody. '
'
Starke Man Arrested -' ALL VARIETIES EVERYDAY LOW PMICI CONVENIENCE PACK WHEN YOU HAVE MORE
COCA 14 HUGGIESDIAPERS THAN GROCERIES ON YOUR LIST
Faces'New ChargesA THRIFTY MAID '
Maid.
23-year-old Starke man was arrested I COLA t GRITS ALL VARIETIES
Dec. 5 for rifle. CRESTTOOTHPASTE
llerehel Blaine stealing Dyal a allegedly 'I' """--"" ';:: -- 1.I -
broke Into.a residence and stole. a rifle 6-PAK $161 = QUICK C
: S911
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which he later sold according toinvestigator 12-oz. CRITS 99 EA, '
David Aderholt. Dyal CANS, .. sur, S-LB. PKQ.SUPERTTRIM S I 5 1
was charged with dealing in stolen BAG f .
.l LARGE
and wr. MEDIUM EXTRA
theft
burglaryof
property grand '
'* 'O4 6.4-oz,
Coco Colo SMALL TOOOLER
a dwelling. Bond was set at$6,000 '. DAYTIME TUBE
total, cash or surety only..
A warrant charging failure to ap- ,._,, THRIFTY MAID LARGE AQUA NET BOOS PACK ALL VARIETIESMILWAUKEE
pear for forgery and, uttering a REGULAR or LIGHT LONG HUGGIES SHAMPOO orCONDITIONER ,
also.executed with bond GRAIN. 3-lt 99' $19"f$417 87C
forgery was ,
RICE JUMBO PACKS %r-
set at $1,000, Dyal remains in If d SUE 1., ,. I ,
custody. BEST BEER WHITE or YELLOW LARGE
SUNBELT O' MR. COFFEE $ 00

Man Charged PAPER TOWELS Z SSK? 88cREGULARPACK_ ;I.1 FILTERS . .'.3 I:I 2,2PK

$347ALL GOLDEN GRAIN CR CltIH'GOOD ALL VARIETIES
With Stealing Money'FromDrink.Machine '2a= MACARONI 00 BIG 60COOKIES ULTRA FITMAXITHINS
,$ $ 99
"$ 3 7h,: 1 -99 1
._ & CHEESE . PUS. ,;, .. ,. ,
Lee Jones charged "
Robert was 1&01. PKOCRACKIN
with burglary, criminal mischief, .I VARIETIES GOOD EVERYDAY LOW PMICI REGULAR or MENTHOL
possession of. burglary tools according
to Patrolman. Jeff Johnson.. ALMADEN THINPRETZELS CORNED SHAME
Jones Is charged with breaking in WINES. '
a drink machine on Edwards Loop pretzels II BEEF -- CREAM

and Barber's into Car the Wash change, said machine'Johnson.at Alm..k '' $ $ 76

Bond. was set at $3,000 cash or 449 99* |

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The annual Christmas Parade, to by,Santa Fe Community College/ lo
be held this Saturday Dec 10 begin- further add to this fun-day In I IIW
'ning at 10 a.m..will kick off oft. olll' Spirit of Christmas.The :;; .
Downtown Merchants OPEN
La-Z.-Bpy HOUSE from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m... carriage rides are sponsoredby
the following merchants: Chas!
434 W. Call Street 411 W. Madison Street Santa will be available for pictures tain's Jewelry & Gift Gallery, Mi\
In a sleigh from H-l p.m.Come chell's Drugs, Downtown Merohant.sAssn -
964-5826 0645827 r ) take a ride in' an authentic horse- ..Glcnda's Shear Design, Merle
Mon Fr 8OO: 5:3O: S t 8OO lOO"It's drawn carriage driven by Santa's\/, Norman Cosmetics, J.E. MJlIlj.i'lt1.}
; Elves. Each merchant will provide Dimples, JoAnn's Gifts Allen's; O(',
A F ct You Can po Better At Denmark Furniture treats and fun for all. flee Supply, Telegraph and Tcr "
Entertainment:, will be sponsored willegar '



AND PROUD OF OUR PEOPLE Air -Show 4


Plans; SetGainesville

Clvitan Club has announced
s that it will Sponsor :i
q1&c Gainesville ,Civitafr Charity Air
Show on'' April 15-16, 1989 at (the
Gainesville Regional Airport) The
Airport Authority has unammousl.1.l
approved the air show.
Across the nation annually moiv
than 150 cities including 9 .in
Florida enjoy' air shoeGainesvillelras : :.
{ not had an air slum
of its own in more'than a decade
The local C'iyiUn; Club supports
A' SELECT LEAN numerous local char ties and sot ijl

W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE SMOKED PORK: HICKORY. SWEET services thin of, among Retarded them Citizens'the As.fH.-isi, theHemophilia

Society, the 'Six-t-ial I ,
PRICES GOODTHURS.WED. (Olympics Summer'!' Games 'tin*
SIRLOIN TIPROAST SHOULDERPICNICS ., ,SLICEDBACON Alachua. Girls Club: ACORN !h\>
':' DEC. 8-14, 1988 Scouts and 'others Proceeds of the"-
QUANTITY RIGHTS Air Show will benefit these and!otlu-i
organizations.
Sponsors of the Gainesville An
", Show have invited participation hI
the U.S. military acrobatic' teahlh
and the Army's. precision parachute
team. Bookings of these and other
noted air show teiims and. performers

., provide are, spectacular.in progress and viewinn should( ; 11

r'i I Military''and experimental, planer!,
will be on' display.Available;,; fur

.1- 'Close-up Terry' Yawn.inspection.Attorney, PresUh-iit
99111 5OII gaol of the Gainesville Civitatt Club, hail
announced that Arthurllallor.. u
local,attorney, long-tcrfri pilotrai-(
live' member of the'aviation ''-011'1', I
i munity and a former-president of I'ho
club will serve as President of the
'Gainesville Cjvitart .Chaff ity' '>Air
Inc ,i"
Show '
L 8 L 8
I, .' For additional information:
Art Haller, home372-5275p1'. office'''
4 ..371-4357; ,
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WO BRAND U S 'CHOICE LEAN HICKORY SWEETBONELESS i I f
" HICKORY HOUSE Terry Yawn; home 335-39:10: *r <>
CHOPPED SIRLOIN La $197] HAMS. .. $199 SLICED ,BACON . ,La 98, lice 374-3631; .
home 3.18.21141'1
Orville Palmer; < ; 4
-r Larry Keen office 395-5235.

SELECT LEAN ..... HARVEST Jim and Jesse ,
f&r ,
., '
&> y.'A. < To Appear,'Dee..9,. "
r ,
t3LJrO&El $ Y4
I Lan&<= \ "PORK 4TEAK ,pp ;' 'FRESH "'At"SuwaiirieveParkJim, '-"'

, _, : i l and Jesse, stars of the Grand'
\ PRODUCE ,Ole Opry will appear at the Spirit nf
\ I'I''J the Suwannee Park Friday,
.
$167 1 1p '
'; Dec. 9.Jim .
I N '. ,LB. McRynoIds and his youngerbrother
W-D SPECIAL TRIMMED ,l SELECT LEANBOSTON Jesse rank among tiv| ,
FLORIDA FRESH legends of bluegrass music They I
=
WHOLE BUTT 'started as boys in the coalf>elilsM e.f:
U.S O.A. INSPECTED IiGES ORANGES southwestern Virginia, playing\ in'
HAMS TURKEY PORK ROAST p. schools, courthouses or erelhey ,
$ ,could draw a 'crowd.,ln those -
::' :; ; ".. WINGS 138LB. pre-lelevision days,they would have
a regular live radio program, and
: \ 47 5-LB.BAG then would play for audiences within,
.970.1 c C': $1, range or the radio station.1'After I ht'y
3 9 wore out a'market they would: move'
'
'ph.
,LB., LB. U.S.A COMICE D'ANJOU;'BOSC or'

," 'FRESH Holiday Music, ,t
Ornament Making,
0 nd : :I' PEARS Skits at Museum
M '<. :
OW PR 't
.
'\ Music, sing-alongs'ornartien i ,
iNORTLNIRi' R : R .". (: making short skits and more ore,all''
wy l arm r-a .68 'part> 0? WINTEKWORKS''at the
1 L i I U p Itlorida-Museum of Natural History
I r 'LB. next /Saturday, Dec.; 10) 'from/11-3, ;
s p.m. in Gainesville.. .
s t s s Musicians, providing' h'olldn'y'music '
Include Tropicula,,a Spanish'duo '
-- HARVEST FRESHCgo playing traditional Spanish instruments :;
and Mary Kunsman, (in
accomplished autoharpist: who will

I ; 'longs.play, Children holiday may songs. bring and an conduct ornament ring '

ji'l decorate' the museum's i holidaytree l

; ; f'/LB. 'assistance Or',create original from museum',ornamentswith staff

'and volunteers:'Alley Kat rromAlleyKatz
Corner and Barney Bison from
Paynes Prairie State Preserve will
EVERYDAY visit' the museum with holiday
HARVEST FRESHRADISHES c
pow PRice 2 s2'Q' treats. .
'. A special display fromthe
museum'sl', collections 'entitled
THRIFTY' MAID ;"WmterWorks for SOME Birth and
IVIMYDAY LOW FBICI HARVEST $11"8JOY Mammals' will ue
.SHOESTRINGPOTATOES < FRESHc
'__ 2 Ol. 88c creatures that lived and thrive in
DISHDETERGENT Q ; '. .. i SUE 11 HARVEST FRESH the colder regions of the globe, In addition -
'
BUYERS LIGHT the Vivian Kalvaria Drama
BEANALFALFASPROUTS/ .
NATURALICECREAM. 98C Studio will present performances of
'HALF$268 .. lll i a science oriented production, "1
SUPERBRAND .,"O" : ,tAL, : Didn't Know That" at both 12:3(1( and
l I 09 MEDIUM Nature. makes .1:30: ( p.m. '

I 2'2-oz. $1 EGGS ooz: BIRDSEYE $1 09 the,Produce Pvt, Knickerbocker
f SIZE COB CORN f *'. E WinnrDlxie makes Completes Basic
SUPERBRANDORANGE *. Marine Pvt. Kevin T. Knicker
r the difference. of John E. Knickerbocker'
PRESTIGEBAGELS bicker son
CHEK $139 'Of Starke, has completed
COLA' . ... .,. 7 ITL ITU,, 78c ,:JUICE. . . HALF 6AU. 'rlw recruit training at Marine Corps:
Recruit Depot in Parris Island,S.C.
During the 11-week training cycle,
FISHERMANSWHARE l -----------
it Knickerbocker was-taught, the
1 t'' :r MARKETPLACE I basics of battlefield survival. He
was introduced to the typical daily
36-40 CT. I PHARMACY I SMOKED NICE ft SLOW ft 8-IN. 2 LAYERS BLACK routine that he will experience durIng >
READY TO GO WHOLE FOREST or CHOCOLATE his enlistment arid studied the
I SHRIMP I COUPON ; LAYER personal and professional standards
CHIICKENS traditionally exhibited by Marines
E lie joined the Marines in January,

" .,< \' w EOOO $599 $300 OFF 1, ,1 2 O 0 0 e. $ 9 9 of 1988. '

WtupSttE S M .i FOR V 4 ,
pL : ANY NEW TRANSFERRABLE OR : sso
E ,LB. ;
i REFILLABLE, PRESCRIPTION '1 EACH J[ AcvertIse i ,

':r' SNAPPER $399. COUPON OPEC.4, 1"'. I I HERRLICH BAKED at FRESH BAKED GARLIC or CHEESC

FILLETS. ..: . ii, NOT OOOO WITH ANV OTHER OFFER. HONEY CURED $469 BREAD $119
'W!WILL NOT KNOWINGLY BE UNDERSOLD I O ROUNDS . T
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BriefsBradford ..,-" : ". :" ., ,(",' .- ( ,

County (to a total( of'107calls/or/.run duringthe transporting.The back-up unit made Jones. ', !' M ,
Albert G ,
McIntire
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& Carolyn R. "
month <>f October" affording tp five
; runs .
Rescue Answers '
,
Mcintire.
,Supervisor Cliff Chapman, The majority of the patienLs 60, > \ "i
I 107() Calls In Oct. Seventyeighttransports 'required were taken to Bradford Hospital.Six Bennie Oliver Sloan & Ernestine
Sloan.
the transporting of 85 patents.Tvyentrnine patients were taken to. Shands Lynch
Bradford County lr ergencyMedical William Allen Murray&Kimberly -
calla! rwjuircU no Hospital, six to Alachua'General ,
Services.Rescue respondi-d) Michelle Murray. "
: Hospital and one to North' Florida
Regional Hospital,all In Gainesville. Herbert Andrews Nelson, Jr. 't,
JtH U Three patients were taken to the Anne Terwillegar Nelson.
TUL L ERChiropractic Reception Medical Center and one to Talmadge Lamar Presslcy,& Lin-
Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery da M.
Crag
Center Center. Dallas Brown It Linda
Illness related calls lopped the list ,Brown.
Keystong Heights 'Office; of emergencies with 31) people Jerry Lorenzo Cummings & Mary,
260B S. Lawrence Blvd needing attention. Cardiac patientswere Lee Cummings. .
the next highest need with 19 Margaret McCashlhGlisson, &
Rescue, according Fred R. Glisson.
patients requiring
473-7213, to Chapman. Kelcel ,F. Reed & 'Christine K,
Seven calls were to people in Reed.
''trauma and another 11 runs were to Shirley A. Albert, '& Herbert L\
people in trauma ''resulting from Albert.
vehicle accidents. Five people suffered James Clyde Manning' & Irene
'INJURIES respiratory problems and one Sellers Manning
PAIN CONTROL obstrctic Cynthia F. Hauler Keith Allan
patient.
to
run was an '
:> Work Rolatod Hauter.
Two were in an emotional
Headaches people Wade
Warren Winkler &
Sports Tammy
dead
crisis and three people were
Neck&Ann
Gait Baldree
;>Personal when the unit arrived. J Winkler.
Mid Back James David Parmenter&Debra
Accidents and
Auto Two false alarms were logged
Low Back& Leg Johns Parmenter.
{f(! eight calls were cancelled. Foster, Randall Hayes & Willie i
Hayes.
'
,
Dial Oil Emergency Louis 'Albert ,Mann & Gloria J.
DK., RiqUAKD C. TULLEK Mann..' '

CHIROPRACTIC CARE' Divorces GrantedIn I ,

YOU NEED IT Bradford CountyThe Big Buck... .
WHEN -
EmergencyDlat 911 Ronnie Hall of Theresa took this 10-polnt bock Sunday nigh omewlwr In
24 HOURS A'DAY 7 dissolved following in Bradford marriages County during were North Florida*.The halls. are>awaiting word on whet her or not H win qualify I

'LAYS A WEEK, the month of November. for a record. T,. ._.. ,.___

QD 4 Office Hours: Harris Thomas H.Harris Jr.&Pamela S. Su-El's Retirement Community Tennis '

Mort.-Fri. 8:30-6:00: : p.m. SatJ'S'y: Appointment Steven L. Jones & Susie Martin Retirement Community ,l Rellfemenl Home InstructionStark

mall retirementcommunity bi thto man community.. Stark or Keystone
at Su-Er w. y alea have Su-Ers Retirement
Private Lessons
'have iwiuk. or room lot se Home.A Hceneed droop
car*Independent senior.IIto .i home for senior that neeo* '$10 l per hour! OR
I .quM telling. with' a auKunce wlift supervision' with'Friend
GET THE BEST MOTOR OIL. Loam
ho m rlik..imoqw M w.give personclzed caN
'
,' : "" I Su-EriM oiler homing. 24 he.stpenlslon-hat masS For$5 each.
,:., \'! :" I service.! ..... ats.rNo.a
Iti\\! \ 1'!.<< ;' Millie!maJd and laundry *laundry May Call Mark
win a 24 hr long term stay.Cennied
GULFPRIDE *..., nurllnIngI"relald.cpn 473.4380 or 9 64-6305
emergency Mealt.."...w.Y't...... 468-2619 !trained staff. Current Students )Include

:SUPER, PREMIUM 10W/40. 1 mile'South on SR.325.Hampton (01. Sue Lott Walker members School of Team KHHS High!


_'.. Nowadqys'l,'people ore holding on.t to'lheir\cars! longer. And td' .' Q e a C
dci that thE'y'rgivil1g' \ their/;tOrs better care. Which means,; Y VgMertrg
when 'it t omen,time! to'ch r ge',tne"oil.' | ;they'use Gglfpride "
Sup I r jprerniyrn''lOW/40.f{( / It's \madwith, ZDP one of thetoughesfantiwear '

/ agents,formulated for! 'motor oil,,We :
'** Gulfpridc. I'' knowYoucaofolwqysbobyyoLwen9111e, : ; But you can: give'.it .,
Gui?. Super Premium !thei est possible, profectiort'vyith't ,
'(!!I!_ ) 10W140' Gulfpnde'' Sup Premium 10VY/40. {;" ,,,. *vO
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Help Us Celebrate

5O Years of Service ONLY r
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to this Area 1938-1988' Pony
J HO95Case JSadd1es .

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'$165.

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308 S. Thompson Street 964-5888
Good Selection Ir"l'' ,,rxr
Wholesale Prices to the Public e Call for Prices,

,for Lube Oils.,Tires. Tubes. Batteries Saddle
n
IP Gas.. Mineral Spirits Diesel .' Kerosene '. Tires Tubes lube Oils Pads
WI NEW ITEMS: Bulk Hydraulic Fluid & Universal Fluid Pumped into your containers. o o

21%'
Saddles

WHOLESALE PRICES TO o, o for' Food-Dog 1 =


RETAIL CUSTOMERSOVER i Christmas From Nugget Ration


,$225.0OWrangler,
I $840.25 -

2OO CARS TO CHOOSE FROM .


Jeans Christmas Western '
$ 29
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Cavaliers, Dodge AHe9 ,Long' Coat

doors RS's2&'4 a 5.49O LE&SE'SStation' _____________ I e I .1 Great Tact Color 26.99

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doors ssOdu.n s1me.. ?2l APR SelectionMens ..'.,'y'
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WEEK a Wrangler
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& Tempos, 17.95 -
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A family dispute lead to the arrest, a blood alcohol content ot .14:>> per on a capias and Tyson was also arrested \': tf)'
Saturday of three men, all on cent said King., With bond setat, said King. Tyson was charged i'1"
unrelated charges not involved .In $700.A, with attempted first degree ,..,,' .' ,\ \ '" .. '
the dispute. passenger in the vehicle, Ernest murder and shooting into an occupied -
Witnesses contacted the sheriff's Williams, Jr., 25, was charged with vehicle June 5 with bond set
office after they saw a man removea failure to appear for a traffic viola-, at $30,000 cash only.
shotgun from the trunk of his vehi- lion, no valid-driver's' license and Frazier Is a fugitive from Indiana
cle at a convenience store on SR16. unlawful tag, with bond set'a charged with incest with minor he is
The vehicle ,was later stopped by $202.25, said King. being held with no bond. Williams!,
Deputy Barry King who charged the While making the arrest, the men was released on his own
driver with driving under influence. being arrested pointed out Jimmy recognizance Tyson remains in
,Irvin, Joe Frazier, 32, of Lawtey had Tyson, 3lt of Starke who wo* wnr /r wl l custody.


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TEN *A Call (o the Pant",a skit commemorating Starke' history will be presented after the Christmas Parade onDecember

[ PREMIER CRUISE AND 10th" the parking of Santa fe Community College Starke' Center .
WALT WEEK lh, ,A Call to the Pant will portray come of the re&ll1fe people In the history; of Starke' and Bradford County Including:
o oR Michael Becker.Senator Yulee,Arietta Love a. Colonel! Moore (who founded the Bradford Telegraph). and Lenore

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a; Humorous anecdote about Bradford' put will. be supplied by Richie Taylor and Call Laurence* the 'EarlySettler.
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Although April O'Connell I* directing and producing thl .kli.1 she ln.l.U that the real Inspiration come from Cone

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) disposition before Judge George H.' vehicle. 30 hours community work concur
Pierce Nov 22 in Bradford County Jeanie Marie Burton pled guilty rent.' ,
Traffic. Criminal Court. OWLS fined 141.50, Tr>I County Keith Brian ''Ardley pled guilty
.. ... ;964-33OO Probation.. unlawful tag; $50 court costs.
Kerscheli Burke Holmes pled guilty Christopher Robin Cribbs pled no Ardley pled guilty OWLS; provided -

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------- ------ --------------- fined $101.25. costs. dismissed-, .
r -- Leonard William Sapp pled guilty' Curtis Eugene Harvey pled guilty Martin Leek Blair pled no contest

I .. SAn $1.17, I BAVS$1.21, II driving" while license suspended unlawful tag; dismissed. DWLS; presented valid license, $50
,(OWLS)i fined $101.25. Benjamin Corey Strong'charged, 'court costs, dismissed., '
I 2 LG PIZZAS'' I !SPECIAL 1 'Dean Arthur Nenstiel /chargedWith with NVDL,; presented valid license, Herbert Arnold Clark 'chargedwith
Feed*6-8 DWLS; presented valid license! dismissed. improper tag; paid $32 court
,, ". DOUBLE PEPPERONI I cheeee ft 3 topping*. One Medium Toeeed I ordered to pay $50 court costs. costs:'
I Salad; One ordei{renhhf baked Craiy Bread. Ancil Council Tetstone guilty ,improper ( Michael ,Starrs i:pled no, contest Clark charged. with DWLS; paid
I $11 29 PLUS ; PLUS I tag; fined $102.23.: driving under the influence (DUD) ; ,$32 court costs.
I TAX $12 .50 TAX I Tetstone, guilty DWLS;' fined fined $437.50; license suspended six Howard Wayne Haddock pled no
Extra chaos available at additional c. Valid only with coupon.Not valid with any I $101.25. months, 50 hours community worker contest DWLS| fined $120.75, ''Tri
(, I 'Valid only with coup oiler.son.. Not valid with any' ; other offer. T12O8 .Joseph Edward Thorton 'guilty. Tri County Probation one years:,, attend County supervision one 'year, pay,
other, T12O8 I DWLS fined $120.25. '
I ",t@Ii ; o DUI school. ,fine within 11 months.
I Mitchell Clay Caldwell pled guilty Jimmy Raymond Griffis pled guil- Haddock pled no contest DUI; fin
If.\ IfM 1 NVDL; fined $120.25. ty no driver license motorcycle; provided ,, ed $700, license suspended five 1
1\ri Cladwell pled guilty tag/unlawful valid license, 60 days,Tri years,attend DUI school,Tri County
.J J alteration; fined $120.25. County Probation, all costs waived, supervision one year, payf within
i "1 i-: L-- V CoLlrolt ----iaaaYAL4Aa \{QINO s --- t Leonard Scott John pJed guilty 30 hours community work,,violate no 41 months. .- I
reckless driving 60 days court -
; proNorman's laws. Bobby Eugene Willingham pled
"' Griffis pled guilty careless ,driv- guilty DWLS; fined $120.25. '

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Judgeshipfrom qualified,the Commission shall selet
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certified to the Governor of the State,
have been for the preceding five ((51 of Florida. '
years, a member of the Florida Bar Application forms may be obtained
and must "reside in the territorial from Nancy E.Yenser, Chairmanof
r jurisdiciton of his court." the Judicial Nominating Commis.'
The Judicial Nominating Commis- sion,703 N. E. First St.; Gainesville,
sion of the Eighth Judicial Circuit 32061. applications must be
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some, but not necessarily all same address by 5 p.m. Monday,
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I Career Day A Learning Experience for Students and EmployersFrom



pg. 1B. Four BHS students, Roland

knowledge about being a paramedicas Shafer, Tommy Hamilton Kellie
Kitchens and Shane Haddock learned
a potential career in the future
Derrick learned about emergency ,about law enforcement at the
medical procedures, how to use Bradford County Sheriff's office
Some of the equipment, and how to with Deputy Don Denton.
maintain ,it. Chapman said that "Working right here at the
maintaining the equipment is very Telegraph was a fun experience for
important, so that it will work pro- me,' Student Journalist Achan,
perly in an emergency situation. Jenkins said at the end of her day at
BUS/ llth grader Mark Jones enjoyed the Telegraph. "I now understandhow
his Tuesday at WEAG AM and( versatile a good reporter has to
,1<'M Radio. He learned how radio' 'be. I was allowed to operate the t vOn
commercials are made. and how a computer was shown how the photo t
radio station decides what commercials developing equipment ''works, and
are put on the air, 'as well as went on a photo shoot with one of the
what' music is to be played Mark staff writers Mark Friedlin"
was shown how the sound board and Over 75 students participated in
controls( operate, and got to make this year's. Career Shadowing pro-
some on-the-air announcements. gram.The
BUS 11th graders Celeste Carter employees of' the par-
businesses were more
and Michelle Phillips spent their day ticipating
than glad to help with the program
at the dentist offfice with Dr. Gray and answer the student's' questions.The .
Flynn Celeste and Michelle learned students had an interesting day', I
about examination techniques den ,at their various jobs, and it was said Ii i
tal equipment, and the record keep. that just the little bit of experience II
ing that is required in a dentist office recieved from the program would I
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They also learned about the educational '
much easier.
to be dentist,
requirements a
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The Career Shadowing Program
and were able to observe Df, Flynn
a great opportunity for students,and
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working and dealing with. his patients the Ifcat.
See Page<< 1011 BII etudenta Billy Wbllmore and Paul Cukln. eager. ..lean the rope.at the SUrke City Police Department and officers M.T.Short(and M.T.McLaln
were happy to help.. part of their participation In Career Day
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Employers Should Be, Aware ;of Child Labor Laws .

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r By Mark Frledlln who have to work long hours duringthe 'work before? 6:30 a.m or after 9 p.m. 'of age 'who have graduated from
BCT Staff Writer week suffer in school because. of when school is scheduled for the high school, or any minor within the '
Many high: school age students ob- it." following day. No minor 15 years of age restrictions who holds a written'
tain part-time jobs during the holiday The most Important provision of age or younger who is not enrolled in exemption issued by the school ,
break. They and their the law states that no minor 17 years a vocatinal education program can superintendent, or any minor who "
ServingNorth'Florida' Since 1941 employers should be aware that the of age or younger may be employed"or be employed for more than four qualifies under an "economic hard-
state's new Child Labor Law passed suffered" to work in any gainful hours,on any day when school is in ship" exemption. ';
ANNOUNCES OUR last session by the Florida occupation for more than six con, ,session, unless there is no school in "There has only been one or two
Legislature has had a big Impact on secutive days in one week, more session on the following day, exemptions to the law given here ia
PROPANE GAS HOMEOWNERS the way employers in tiie urea structure than 30 hours in one week or'more, "This is something that local and many years," the Superintendentsaid.
their minor age employees': than 10 hours in any one day. area employees need to take a close.. "This would only be under the
work hours. The provision also places time. look at as soon as possible, most serious of hardships in which
SPECIAL! ,"The law is a response to studies 'limits on the actual hours of work for' Supertendent Duncan said. "Many the income of the student was soley
which have shown direct and minors even if the 30-hour limit is, employers will need to restructure responsible for the welfare of the'
detrimental effects on the academic not exceeded, a provision that may their work hours' for their family in which the parents were
performance of students who also affect area agricultural workers and employees. Most of the restrictions either absent or injured an unable to.
work long hours at night in addition their employers don't apply for Christmas or sum- work for themselves," ,
com The provision states that no minor mer jobs, but when school is in session -' Duncan said, work permits for
FOR WE WILL under 17 years of age shall be allow.', we would like to have everyone minors would not be issued by his office
dent Jim Duncan when his office ed to work before 5 a.m. or after 1Z ,in compliance with the law," .'. "'
ONLY received copies of the' new' law midnight when school is scheduledfor ,The hour limits in the recently Violations of the new'' law can
,,"There are always the exceptional the following day. There are additional ,psssed law do not apply to minors result in misdemeanor charges being ,
WE WILL INSTALL A'120 students who are truly able to do, restrictions for students age during holiday and Summer vacations -' filed which could be punished by,
GAL. PROPANE what amounts to two, full-time jobsat 15 and under. but are applicable during all a fine, not to exceed$500 or 60 days in, ,
TANK WITH 100 GAL. OF,GAS once but it has been shown that The law states that no minor age' regular school session days. They do '
(Up to 40 Feet: of Material) they.are a rare breed. Most students IS, or under: may. be permitted to ,not apply, to any minor 16 or 17 years See Page 10B :.

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GAS LINESGUARANTEED CHRISTMAS.. HELP Key to Soundness ': : "' <'

LOWEST TANK INSTALLATION. IN TREESNo Of System,
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NORTH FLORIDA By Glenn Moore
.Matter What Size! SSA District: Manager Gainesville
ABetted Christmas. I Recent news articles have focusedon
CALL TODAYFOR ..
$18.OO the buildup in the Social Security

: ALL.YOUR PROPANE NEEDS .. ", ..;. .,...m-, .*. p, I*.." ., .,. ,. trust,jfijnd,teserves.} Although the
COMMERCIAL. RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL7'GAINESVILLE \ views expressed are quite a change
,Dee 7 Through Dec.20 from those before 1983, they are still
just as off the mark as those predic-
Behind Register's Gulf I ting the downfall of the Social

(LP-GAS) 376-4677 Station corner 301&, Bradford Coupty-Starke Security system were earlier.
Since the Congress changed the
Chamber of Commerce &
1511 NW 2nd St. 100, in front of Florida law in 1983 to strengthen the financial
Federal. Bradford County health of the system, the trust

OCALA I STARKE I TOLL FREE fund reserve has increased each
Services Present will amountto
Emergency year. reserves
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629-3733 | 964-7725; | 1-800-356-0634 GARAGE SALE 1 $110 billion by the end of the year
SAT., DEC. 10 Rescue & Fire Dept. and are expected to equal$1 trillion
INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED by the year 2000 and $12 trillion by
Sponsoring..:..... 2030.
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The size of the, reserves has
TOTS generated a number of suggestions
TOYS' FOR
3'LiilJ' on how the funds might DC used
since they are not needed to pay cur-,
Toys' are needed for kids rent benefits.The suggestions range
aitlN.MAINST. 973.2SI3 from lowering Social Security taxes,
who don't haue any this to increasing benefits to reducing.
; the deficit,to investing in private in-,
KEEPS Christmas. Gifts maybe dustry.Social. '

dropped off atSTRRKE Dorcas R.Security Hardy Commissioner,' constantly

ON TRUCKING!! FIRE DEPT. reminds people that the trust funds
are working as they are designed to
by "Dec.'19th dopay benefits when the benefits
payments exceed tax collections for
:BRAND NEW S-15 CLUB 'COUPE Toys should be neu/, or: any given period. This is expected to,
OVER 100 happen around the year 2020, accor-
Safari Mini Van available slightly used. ding to the latest report of the

All the seats & all the windows, Every option : 4.3 Toys to be distributed to the children trustees of the Social Security trust
HEWPICKUPS engine.Discount. funds The reserves are needed to
SIX Package. who need. them. Ulon't you help now? pay benefits to the "baby''
boomers';-the huge group of people
.$1,5,395, Now born between 1948 and 1964 who will
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.John li. Ferry, Sr. Graveside funeral services wcre .grandchildren.

John Henry Ferry Sr,. '73, of, held Dec 5 at Kingsley 'Lake Funeral services were held Dec. 8.
Keystone Heights, died Wednesday, Cemetery with' Rev Dwight Mc- at First i Baptist Church with Rev. gpt a lot invested in, your farm equipment. And when I,'

Nov. 30 at his residence following a Queen officiating. ArrangementsWere Ben Bryant officiating. Burial was .machines don'r work, don't either That's why it
brief Funeral your you-
illness.Horn handled by Jones in Crosby Lake Cemetery under the
Oct. 29, 19a In Staten Island' Home of Starke. direction of Jones Funeral" Home. makes sense to buy farm products. you con be sure'' about.

N.Y, Mr Ferry: moved to Keystoneten From Gulf. (Get superior performance motor\ oils like Gulf
years ago., lie was a Catholic and Mrs. Louise W.Tenly Card of ThanksThe
retired after 25 years from U.S. Gyp- Mrs. Louise Walters Tenly, 75 of family of Charlie G. Brown, Super Duty Plus and high. quality Gu IF f Automatic Transmission

sum as a Maintenance Mechanic. Starke, died Sunday; Dec, 4 at her. Sr. would like to thank everyone for' fl'uids' Gulf offers a cprnpleteMihe ofGulf, greasesand'
Survivors Include his wife, Edna; residence following an extended il the many flowers, cards, food, visits Gulf
" ..Morris Ferry ; a daughter, June lness.. and prayer during the loss of our.loved G u 1 Universal Tractor Fluid an outstapdirig hydraulic ,

Dahl of Deltona; two sons, John II.,, Born Sept. 17, 1913 In Ashhurn, one. ,' I .__ fluid for modern tractor.sys,
( Jr., of Kahway', N J., and James K. Ga., Mrs. Tenly moved to Starke 44 Special thanks to Dr. lianas, and '-- ""
of. Woodridge, N.J.; a brother, years ago from Gainesville. She wasa Carl Haile and staff. of ilaile Funeral :_ : terns Instead bf jUst buying a ,
''I Thomas Ferry" of Bricktown, N.J.; homemaker and member of First Home.: can of 0" buy a l little farm I
seven grandchildren and one great- Baptist Church of Starke, Brown Children, I' Gul
.' '. granddaughter. Survivors include her daughter. Mercedes Mary, Alma, 'SUPER DUTY FTMs" insurance. Only from Gulf
(, Funeral services were held Dec. 3 Joan Rogers of Starke; her son Kd- MacolaAlht'ra.! Charlie Jr. :
-.. -In DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Fr. mond. D. "Sonny" Tenly, 'Jr. of Dixie,Ted, Shirley I PLUS ( ,
,Tom Gordon officiating Burial will Starke; a brother Rev. Hugh. ( fluid
be. .at a later date, with Jones Walters of Lake City; six grandchildren I
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; In lieu of flowers contributions ie arr prirs -= I 4 ;:S

. ... may be made to the Building fo'undof Holiday; Discounts Free Estimates .
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'722, Keystone\ Heights, Fl. 3265i.I' Strippi1tg --- -- --" -- -
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, ,, Henry Gibson, Jri: ,
I Henry Gibson, Jr., 62, of Lake Commercial & Rcsldcn'tla1'HcnnlshlngAntlquc REGISTER OIL COMPANY INC.
& Furniture
Butler, died 'Sunday in the VA Restoration
I Medical Center in Lake City follow -, Stripping, Repair,' dining, Rcfinlshlng' 308 S.' Thompson' Street 9614-5'888.

.; ,ing Born an extended in.Jacksonville.illness. Mr. Gibson Let 'Us Do The Messy Work! Wholesale Prices' to the Public Call for Prices: I

I' lived most of his life in Bradford and for Lube Oils,.Tires, Tubes, Batteries
Union Counties. He member of.'I t" '
i was a irFoDlvd.IA.12n2J1. IP Gas Mincrjil' Spirits Diesel .: Kerosene Tires Tubes Lube Oils
Church
Pine. LevelBaptist was a ((904)) 272-0084 sidle '
J I. World War 11 veteran, and a farmer. Orange Park FL 32065, 'NlW.ITEMS, : Bulk Hydraulic fluid & Universal Fluid Pumped into your containers;
Survivors include his wife, Lillie

Ann Swafford! ,Gibson_ !; threefe

::1tf st{'; .'; ?.1'/{ .j. daughters, Penny Ann:smith oi Lake ,
i of Glen! .st, ,
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f '.!" 'Isr'i\t ; ,': ,, Mary and Belinda Ergle of Lake
,&h, ; j I.tjl\\" (:' ; ", Butler; four sons, Wayne, John, '
I"! .. ;' 1', : i"i'' \ F Terry and Bobby all of Gainesville; o .,.. 0 '
,,1'iY.\'f'\.:::>'11 ;,.tJj./'!t .'':;.I' ;:. a sister, Vonda Dicks of Lake City; 274- ,',,."I,
!y.MJ',\ ( : ,!I.!"r' ',,,: and 16 grandchildren. I "
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',Thursday, Dec. 8 at 11 a.m. in theij' \
, Archer Funeral Home with '
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, Rev. Roman Alvarez officiating.
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,,' ;: ,, r.I in Bradford County with Archer rMps I
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the VA Medical Center, Lake City. I
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. Born Mar 1911 in EatontonGa. ,
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Mr: Hitchcock moved to Lake t
l;: i;'s I .jt t'I':' ;
l' ,l\i\J:):, ,\ ,I p;};:',,, 'City three years ago from Keystone o
'J,< !\; ;\. ;:;.:;"I\'I.\ Heights, He was a member of
t!\i' f11; ; tt ;.,':? Primitive Baptist church, a retired 0' a \i'
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Chief Warrant Officer with the U.S.
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:>s 1 Ii, tt. ,
\\t'\'i'\. : \t ,If Navy for 32 years, served in the .',
!j'if'i'f: ;.;.; s "' '" Navy during WWII and Korean Conflict '
':'t'+>" ,.t&. ; ,' and a former member of the -
,' jy, Elks and sponsor of AA Prison
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:" 'f ', "I' : Chapter at UCI.
'}, ?,s' 1\.: Survivors include his ''wife;.
Mildred Hitchcock of Lake City;'
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.. ., hterst Cathy Jo Hines of'II"I I
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),t(.: ; s ':. i JJacksonvll\land\ Ju:anWHIWHcockof \ NVR475 '!" '
: .' Pensacola! i three sons James 8SAMSUNO b, ; I" 1-
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u Y,':i-" Michael of Los Angeles Calif. SAMSUNG I II..r -
;}!;,\uh: t Rf J Joseph Ei, Jr. and Thomas .both 01 -- --------. dui'mmr nen '." ;'
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':.." / Pensacola : one sister, Bessie Giam- VCR f; l !ST
oft N. Miami Beach two QUASAR VCR VCR""
1; : ,' portone and 'Jennifer;; .. 110 channel! cable- STEREO a5 1' ,
" grandchildren, Amy
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: Hines of Lake City. a ? '
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One-touch record- remote. I, : +u+ "Hiss"free playback.
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Graveside funeral services were 5228 P 549 9
held Dec. 4 at Crosby Lake ing, 3-speed record yil j jiiip 155 Quartz accuracy. fir, ( External stereo i ((;
Sunday '
ing/playback. C'' Scans all channels. jti a
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\ : Mike Brown of ; system.
with Rev
A ; Cemetery '
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Jones Funeral Home was. e : ..
;I ficiating. ',
; ..;r, '''i; in charge of arrangements. 11e Idu, n i 4I'a tee''u1' f '6a''('it ,d d8'' 'u t iI d, J Ili IHdI,1tl 11 Npt( ,tnyl'lilt'! 'a'II '.
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11111} .;, "i, .I.\'\ '. of Lawtey, died Saturday, Dec' ; 3

rAi'Y;;;, ; \n' ,.1:)';; ,":'.t'Mi in Bradford Hospital following an l I tuns i PHILCO REMOTE RCA 26"
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J' extended ; bt !
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1 12 1902
Oct. ,
j1J \ \' : .\\, ,; Born 19" COLOR TV ,
ihl'n. CONSOLE COLOR TRAK
11;';' 'I"ijIA"' ; .'.; Mr. Norman was a lifetime resident h sT R o ,
I 't\\ of Bradford County, a Baptist and a t IyaiJy,11 I1' Digital Control w. .,.,, JAN
!; : :, ; ,!.+\; jjjI Improved color with + -+ t 18 Button Infra} red >i; I
MTS Stereo Sound
,, 'farmer dark tube. Iw remote. ; !;
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' h., ; }tNI";, :; ; .' James of Mississippi, > ,control. tt capability.Red .Id Q
\,,\\JY"'I': ; 'JL()i. :;, '? Jacksonville, E.D. of Keystone Robert Hts.i'lJi 4.;. ;I Automatic fine 9 1 7'f j :'tI// $399 LED channel i $599 ,SWIVEL BASS -
\ Lamar of New Orleans, + '
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I.at' : ; ( tuning. display. ; #G26261YTAG ;
sister, f '
;f".h';.\\ t <<" w '' Carlos both of Lawtey;; one ;
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1 tp i 1 ti'( 1'' )1.\. Elizabeth Briggs .of Bunnell onestepsister ,. "
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Chester et 'IM'cn :
I V I\I' : \ Mary 1 11 h n "Lr' r
." Jacksonville; a brother-in-law, Ben
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''ij.\'KI.: ', 1 ml'll>it "it Melvin of Jacksonville;, and': many \j j'i jI
I'ld.I,.; ';, ; ,i ;:' nieces and nephews. '
''tt'\ \+",tlJl i" ?; '#/t:' ".'', Graveside funeral services were t,, I.; IM
jl'r! Branch
",te't, 1 t held Dec 5 In' Long N
,," '.I bF /! !f"'" t\ Cemetery in Clay County with Rev,.
i/lill.\\, ,
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K\\; f) i: \ Walt Campbell officiating. Ar; GIBSON ;41J,! GENERAL ELECTRIC .t
p'
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y.Jjli!. };. L;:;'",;..i"k( :','"" .' Funeral.Home, '- 3 position water level ;. Large capacity, heavy duty. MAYTAG WASHER

+ 11 1\ i : ::: .. Mrs. Elva Reddish selector 2 Cycles regular & t Ytt,, / Nt in preference. '
\\1;\i.Ihf.Ji\, ;, ;, '
Vigorous double scrub 'I ,,1
I J Permanent press. # in
1 quality.
: : : Mrs. Elva Reddish 86 of Lawtey 1 u-Yajl"r -w -
)h'J:;/ l;!V: :) atAlachua washing action.bsorv .
f} ,,,' 'died Sunday Dec. 4 Nursing I I
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'g';'f.'"J'//} ":" t Center in Gainesville following $ *349 a we r 3 O

: ,j:( ,"' :< an extended illness. 4
M i ii(!!; ?r(1'0; A l lifelong resident of Bradford rA Nli f f ff '.\
( vVK'i'ite.'i County, Mrs. Reddish ,was a Ij.I,1 dl
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ftjii' s ; < : a aye a r a- "I r n w
\ \ ;\:'; j; .1:'(; .' member of the First Baptist. .ChurchI ;t k ba / //l: iaA fe 6, e ,tt apP = v -
I "\::" i ,ti '''.I' of Lawtey. "
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\ ). Grace Harley of Lawley Dela ,I
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); :;' : \''' 1 Tribola of West Seneca N.Y. and 1
' 'Vf'JSfef'\ !J ;" :' Nettie Nolan of w itehoUFq:

|\fcfef,!\ J r ;,?: four brothers Clyde, Willie Starling Starling of Avon ofJacksonviJ MAGIC CHEF tat 26 :.,
t
} :; : ., ; /" and Freeman ADMIRAL t 4 CU. FT.
idrew FT. rag
',:f.;' ""I Jj ; Park a 23 CU. :
:j '"\ ij i,'''' Starling, tut;: of Starke. 15 CU. FT. REFRIGERATORREFRIGERATOR 5 KITCHENAIDSIDEBYSIDE ,

1( ;ilIfIR/I. : {:.. \. .''" Funeral services were held Tanner'Dec. 7 See thru crisper&fruit |; 4 4I :
Archie'
< of
ii'' >: at the Chapel 'I)
1tf'; .s'1 with Rev. Jim Tom I Automatic lea-maker.: drawer.Almond REFRIGERATOR
, ; / Funeral" Home Optional
: : i? only. .
' n : iti/' ; ( kips was In:1I. Ul>front dual-temp controls.. 's 10 Ib. capacity automatic !
: : ,tl1 / Cemetery
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: ',K', '..::jl"1':' ..Kingsley. Lake
\, direction of Archie Tanner Funeral S -Steei interiors
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,,:,:::', ..,\ :\\.J'} ,'"' Home of Starke.Hamilton Admiral _. .5699'i '----.

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,':..;: i'" ,;"''fCI:a P"1: ;; of Miami, died Monday, Nov. 28 In "Zf/wu'Zjou 4 Say xtza" STORE HOURS ;
:'' / ,.,. Mercy Hospital of Miami following ; .MONDAY, THRU SATURDAY. \
t'm'\kl/' [:' .L a brief illness. BAM-5PM
:: ; 'j ." Born Oct. 6, 1914 In Miami, Mr.
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1''iif;, i, Miami and was.a retired Federal GU"' cantlea\ \ 3 81500 INSTANT CREDIT I18mplt' "(
'" Administrator Veteran of we \ TO QUALIFIED BUYERS "I
j 7 '. : : Housing \\' \ slree \ \
: k\' ;, Marine Corps. in WWII, and a BaptlSSurvivort ,ue,\\. :" 1 1JV"-- r FOR YOUR SAWYER
: thee cJ our cnetatts APPLY
, te'/ \ : !:
y Include his wife M., CREDIT CARD TODAY r
(I," ,' d ':.' tor COI" '
:", ', ;', ,::, Kathryn "Kitty" Strickland of pBfl oUI'E j A j I
:,' Miami! two daughters, Sally Mooreof $NOD N Z
Huntsville Ala. and Peggy t --r .. 4 (

., Strickland of Key Biscayne; two p1AN- 1103 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE 964-7701 ,NOT ALL ITEMS AT ALL STORES

Moore grandchildren.of Huntsville Kristen, and Ala.,Ryan andJ'rai 250 S.W. 9TH AVENUE.. LAKE BUTLER 496-2564 PRIOn SALES EXCLUDED i is ;

cousins. Including Frow

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seeing professionals at work,"com perience and help in choosing their
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those participating should take advantage mented the program's co-founder careers, but the working rofes- : Il. "'
of it. It is a program that Dr. Bernard McFadden. "The sionals Involved) also get to lake a .
hopefully will remain in Bradford business people here in Starke have' look a what may be a prospective ,. ,. ,- -
County for sometime to come been more than cooperative with us employee some day. So we think it 'P' .. .+ :;, ., Ac
"We think this is an excellent way in this effort, and they.should be has many benefits, :: -
for students td become Involved in commended for their effort We In/. '. '. -
the business world and to gain some think this i I"a fine program becausenot Co-founder and Bradford School ". I
invaluable .first hand experience: ; only do tir, :simVnt'" I't: ex- ,. '
System Superintendent} Jim.Duncan I .
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fOREMOST- l' PRICE.WISE "We think this Is a program that Busy Day at the Bank.:". .
will
Sale continue to grow in the years
Cffllnpf' j/Otef- Prices ahead," Superintendent Duncan BUS taileni Rachel Tym.work In the teller'cage at Community State,Bank In'Starke..part el "Career Day.InBradford
commented, The faculty is pleased County. "
combine to, krlno ... Good that their students get to get out and
take a look at the business world, work and the decisions\ that have to talk to workers at the different the most valuable, experiences
LOWER PRICESI peci4 and to be exposed to some of the be made on a daily basis They got to businesses,and I think that Is one of 1 all." .. ( '
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CANADIAN ,SEAGRAM JIM"" from pap SB 1-6", for alt new employees. No ,age requirements apply June 1 through La bor Day,those age '
MIST 'V.O. BEAM jail or both,depending on the severi- Also effective this month,Job Ser- however,for youngsters working for 14 or 15 may work between 7 a.m.
ty of the violation.The vices offices will complete the 1-9 their' parents or working in and 9 p.m. but not more than eight
law further states that no person form for all applicants referred to legitimate entertainment productions hours per day or 40 hours per week.
.. under 18 years of age,whether those employers who place job registered with the depart
married or single,will be permittedto orders with Job Services of Florida. ment's Division of Labor-Employment Minors may work in a variety of
work in an establishment or any Department of Labor and Employ and Training. situations considered hazardous.
place where alcoholic beverages are ment Security Secretary Hugo Minors are not required to have a Smith said the division determines
1299 8991299 sold. exception in the Florida Menedez said last week that work permit, but they do need proofof hazardous occupations for minors on. '
Beverage law permits minors to "Florida's Child labor' Law is age for employers records. .an individual basis. _
work in "bona fide foodservice designed to give employers flexibility According to Betty Smith of the
1.75 750 1.75 establishments" In which alcoholic in hiring minors while protecting Division of Labor Employment and' Minors younger than 16 generally.
beverages are sold and which have a the young person's safety and Training, there are no restrictionson may not work in areas Involving
CAPTAIN registered written training programif welfare." the hours youth may work duringthe heavy machinery,' dangerous
,-KESSLER E & J they are either 17 years of age or The, l law generally applies to Summer, except for 14andl5yearolds..Federallaw'states chemicals, processing machinery
over,or are high school graduates of workers 12 through 17 years of age. ,from or dangerous animals "
BLEND.MORGAN BRANDY any age, or loth, 11th op 12th grade '- ;
SPICED students with the written permissionof 1 .
their school principals.
RUM Employees who are exempted

99 under ticipate this in! provision the handling may prepara-not par : ": \ ::'',': ,.' :::

79T. 99 6 tion, sale or service of the alcoholic r ",", ,' : / ;' :" ( : i
6 'beverages, and their training must Q THERE'S STILL.< i :' r ': : ::,(;;,;;:,10\,;" ;;\, k',,'; (i._
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R 750INHOUSE be of the nature that will provide \ > <'J') ,.. .',"'.>" "I, ",\ ". .,
750 them with training and knowledgethat TIME 30\: > """' ",,"", ':,':,', / ,/ )
might lead them to further ad- TO
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:) SPECIALS,THIS WEEK; vancement in the food service SAVEio v
business., The written training program
OFF
TORADO MEZCALTEQUILLA 11.99', 7ii/ must be registered with the THEIR; GIFTS OFF
KENTUCKY TAVERN 6.99'LTRM Florida Hospitality Education Program New Shipment of' '
DiVision' of Hotels and Wonderful, LARGE I
CHIVAS REGAL 15.99 '700'; 1 Restaurants- Department of, JualArrived.

LAWSON CREEK VODKA. OR'GIN' ..5.99' LTR' Business Regulation; St. Johns, ." ANYTHIN HOLIDAY; Selection.
Building'; Room 206,' 725 South NATCHEZ of
3.99 750' .
EGGJJOGV/B NDY SWEATERS '
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Bronough Street Tallahassee! TRACE 'THAT'SNOT
.Florida 32301.
i Playing Every Fri. &'Sat. 9.00: pm-1:30 om Any employer with further ques- SPORTSWEARSEPARATES '
RETURN ENGAGIMENT: OF GOOD COUNTRY MUSICTh'e tions on the new law can write: Ms. HOLIDAY' .
Betty Smith, Administrative Assis- TWEEDS ALREADYMARKED ,
tant, Child Labor Section Bureau of
\ Parrish '
'Band'YES. ,
Ray' Division jxkria ,
Agricultural Programs' of ,.
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Labor. Employment and Training 20% OFF ', '' ,'
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WE WilL BE OPEN THANKSGIVING DAY THURSDAY .1.
214 North Duval Street, P.O. Box' btous DOWN!! '
1698,Tallahassee, Fl. 32302.. Large Selectionof 'r','

301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE, Under the' Immigration l 'Reformand Misses'&JuniorDRESSES '
Control Act,which went into effect
Starke -, 1 Mile North of Starke on US 301 June the 1,,employers must complete i r ,

OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK Naturalization Immigration Services form,called and ,MONtiSATtavru' HOURS

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-WANTED- FOR SALE NOTICE YARD SALE r ,,. PHONE 96 -7776 1lal:
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SEVERAL ITEMS Antiques, Primitives, 205 N. Temple", Stark
WANTED PROPERTY' RENO AREAS large collection of old stuff Wagon CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub' NOWS THE TIME TO FINISH YOUR
Pleo.e writ P. O, Drawer 280:Stork, wheels, washpots, crosscut saws, hay milted to the Bradford County CHRISTMAS SHOPPING with Home Interiors
Flo 32091.) 4/7TF rake Iron pats, \bottles, jars, crocks, Telegraph office in writing and paid In scratch ft dent sale 15-50% Cecella TerwlHegar;
CASH PAID for Power or Hand 'Tools tools, furniture, more. See. Clifford advance unless Credit Is already .off, There will be door wreaths, centerpiece .
American mad only) Alto ANTIQUE Thompson, 1V4 miles East of Callahan established with this office *, candlerings, much more, pec ..
CARS. 964.8175 or 473-7473, 3tchg THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD 9.10, Pleasant Grove, look for signs on \.INVESTORS.
12/H5 on AIA. 879-4253. 3tpd 12/1-15 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 'Rd. 229 (Brownlee Rd.), Itpd 12/8 GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY; LAKE GENEVA)292' on water\ and extending |
PRESSURE TREATED. LUMBER 2x6x10 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER THURS FRI. C SATURDAY 5 mile West to Hwy 21. 7,17 acres, $165,000. Property can be. divided Into' two' 100' lots,
2x6x14 grade
$3.35 $4 99. Good No.2or
THE TELEPHONE. of lawtey on Rd. 225, t mile East off $65,000 and one 92.65' lot $48.000.
SCHOOLS better. Metal
roofing vinyl:siding, Classified deadline TUESDAY NOON Rd. 16 on 225. 'Itchg 12/8 ROAD 230.Et 2-Story CBS frame, 3 BR, \1'/s Ba, REDUCED I S 40,900 1
plywood. Compare prices. Free '
delivery.4682624.7 mi. S. of Starke prior to Thursday publication.' 1021 PALM STREET, STARKEi Ihurs.. Fri? OWNER ANXIOUSI 1872f. frame home on '/, 'acre, located on SR 225 N of
UNITED TRUCK MASTER, Truck Driver 301. Stephen Smith Lumber. 12/8 on Classified display deadline TUESDAY Sat 8-5 p.m. Go to Hospital turn up Raiford PRICED TQ SELL, $ 28,000> I
Training, DOT. certification, job SEVERAL ITEMS Forklift, ,CAT T5O. 5000 5:00: P.M. Special Classified display' Colley Rd., turn left at Southgate, Paso CROSBY, LAKE.LOT: Cleared 100 ft.,on water Reduced to$ 17,000
placement assistance, financial aid Ib. triple stage most, low' profile, placement I I. NOT Guaranteed. school Some of everything. .|tpd 12/8 .....HOMES....,
available ,'correspond.nc./rsld.nt ((3000. Also some forklift masts, build Minimum charge for'' classified: ads Is RUMMAGE SALEi Hampton Baptist LIKE'COUNTRY) Nice home I Come In and take a look at this 3 BR/lBo frame
training accredited member NHSC your own. Ricks ,Salvage 9645164. 15 word for $3.50, then 15 cent for, Church, Sat 12/10 92pm. Between with concrete floors,. carpet formal dining A living room, eat-in kitchen
toll ,all.fr_ 1.800-3.46.3112. Headquarters Itchg 128AUTOMATIC each word thereafter$1 billing charge 301 and railroad on Hwy 18, Itpd 12/6 breakfast area, family room, utility room, located on 5 acre*. 'of fenced land
: Clearwater Florida lean DISHWASYERi good coidition will be added to,. each CHARGED ANNUAL GARAGE SALE Sat.: 12/10, 8-2. barn well A septic. $ 75,000 ,

$75; window air conditioner $50. Classified ad. p.m. 706 Gene Drive, Green Acres;SR, FINE HORSE FARM of 40 acres, located on Hwy 235, 15 minutes'from Starke, 3
FOR SALE 964.3542. Itchg 12/8 16 West. Itpd 12/8 BR/7Ba'70-yr-old( home, CHAA 6 stall barn, pole barn tool I ihed,'utility.
OFFICE EQUIPMENT Got a few more 'YARD SALE' ,YARD SALE Grapevine wreathsto building training track! .

,MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS) A* Iowa.' desks, chairs, tables, file, cabinet, ( decorate book, dried, homecanned arrangements!jellies, A basket jams GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA 3500 s.f,.homo, 4 BR 3 full baths A twoV.
$14.99 per month. Call 964-6946. TF ,tlm. clock, etc. Also about 40 lawnmowers BIG BIG SALEI/ Doors:Inside A outside, plants and baths 100' an Lake Geneva, 2% acres with sprinkler system, 3 sunbathing
centerpieces more. Friday
NEWSPAPER PLATES aluminum, some riding (need attention). some pre-hung: lights Inside t out;, A Sat. 12/9.10. ,6200 Kingsley Lake decks, located on SR 21 South of Keystone, Beautifully landscaped
measures 24x36" $.25 each. Great for van camper windows; "woodworking post lamps,, chandeliers: new Boilings Drive, follow signs. Itpd 12/8 ASSUMABLE MTG, Let u* how this to you today)
patching and repair. TELEGRAPH,. 135 equipment; steel work tables, 4x10; mower t bagger, oak trl-view BEHIND BRADFORD MOTELi Lot 20, 1757, AFFORDABLE AT $53,000 1023 E:Call St, 3BR 1% bath,CHAA cable ready.tove .
w: Call St. 964,6305, TF Army field ranges, make good medicine cabinets small vanities, N. Temple Av*. Clothe; movie camera relrig. 1596 ..f., approx. !Vi acre lot. .
ALICIA HAY In roll under barn. Delivery smokers. Most from bankruptcy sales. assorted hardware, locks, floor file A A screen, miscellaneous Itchg 12/8 LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS PRIVACY, PRICED RIGHT I Keytton, beautiful
avo liable. Arthur Catkins, 762-3727. Ricks Salvage 9645184. 12/8 trim, patio swing, large GE'refrigerator home .f. 10 4 BR, Tft boo 'formal
S/26TF SECTIONAL SOFAS $125, solo $45.' with top freezer, many YARD SALE: Saturday, Hwy ,16 West at Spdnlh.tyle 3450 > ", acres sprinkler system,
Keith's Salon. 76 Gran Prix for LR kitchen, FR, brick fireplace pool celling; fans. 2
OAK WOOD FOR SALE 533.2414.9/29TF microwave $45. All In good condition. Other Items; mostly new, Thurs.-Fri only Beauty fully) equipped Ig. patio
1000 SUNBEDS TONING TABLES Sunol-' 964 8828 Itchg 128'4 j Back of Brown Trailer Park 301. sale. Itpd 12/8 car garage, new roof, zoned Agrl., 2 assum. mtg $135,000'
i. WOLFF Tanning Bedi, SlenderQuest '/ LHASA APSO PUPPIES) $75 'each. South T/ miles. Itchg 12/8 YARD' SALE) womens clothes, baby KEYSTONE HTS:.Spacious, quiet country living, 3 BR, 2 Bo, Ig. fR, kit/DR com-
,Possiv Exerciser Coll for FREE color Call 4963021. uct12/8' MOVING SALE Sot 12/10) 8 til. UCI Items, etc Friday A Saturday, 9 Iii 4:30. bo. 2000 s.f., CHAA city water 2 septic tank, exc condo Sale priced$ 55.000
catalogue. Save ''to 50% housing Circle Drive House 35. TakeSR South 301 behind Longchamp Homes, STYLISH BRICK HOME 601 Fairlane St, 3. BR 2 Ba. carpet ceramic tile,.CHAA,
', 18008353826. icon 16 West from Starke.,Itpd 12/8 Look for signs. Itpd 12/8 appliances and blinds remain, 1.364 if $ 62.000
. i' DO YOU HAVE ARTHRITIS? Seat lift ,YARD SALE little of this and that plus. SATURDAY 12/lOt Interior doors, own 1125 NEIL COURTI 3 BR, 1 Ba carport OWNER t-.NANCINGI $ 33 000
{ choir available through Medicare If MOBILE HOMES crafts, 301 South T/ miles, Rt on 227 ing windows, furniture, dishes, 207 ALVAREZ CTt 2 BR:'1 Ba.frame, fenced yard $ 17,500
\ you qualify. For more information call' FOR SALE' 3/4 mile, brick house Saturday 9 a.m., clothe 12/8 II)1.c.) 905 W..Madisort St. Itchg N.W. 291h AYE Bit 2 ba, stucco A frame. 20.7 acres CHS A '$ 79.400

toll free, 1.800-458-2138. (can 12/10. Itpd 12/8 CHRISTMAS SALE Soty 12/10 at BETHEL CHURCH RD) :3 BR, 1 ba, CB wood floors, 1185 ..f.,5 acres $ 60,000
XMAS TREES Choose and cut live tree, 'YARD SALE at 801 Colley Rd, Frl S Sat. 9'' CRAFTS CONERLY ESTATES: 3 BR, 2 ba, FP" 1800 s.f., easy financing' $ 82,000
.from 2000 shaped pine ft cedar 1.1010' ONE ACRE' LOTS with mobile homes a.m. to 4 p.m. "Itpd 12/8 TGAY parking' lot? door .ttnp rats, CRYSTAL LAKE) furnished log robin; 98 ft. on water, 1BRX1 Ba. S 90.00O
125, exit at Glen St. Marys, 12 ready to move into. Several to choose Couch. apron, bed pillows A doll* j etc. Itchg.
Hwy go GARAGE SALE Sat. 9-12. chain, GIIAI'tAM.317, 2.78 Ac., 1930 -fey, CHAA S 85.OOO
''ml N. on> Hwy 125. watch for signs,' from. Owner. financing. ,Payments less hot water heater, stove, clothes. TWO 12/8"FAMILY I,SALE, Christmas HWY. 225: 2/1 frame, 3 toll barn,newly rewired' 2 At. S 32,500
.. 259.7703. 4tpd 11/24.12/15 than rent Low down payment from' books, etc !1221-John Drive, Saratoga. children hoes, and clothes ornarnepts ., KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB: 3 BR, 1 BQ 1500*.f.; wood frame $50000
-,*- PIANO FOR SALE Re.ponslbl. party to $11,500. 9644238. 10/27TF It "
Hts. 128THURSDAY ,
BROOKER 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oak SID extra lot S 44,000MENG
more. 503 N. Church St. 9 2'Saturday': : ,
ONE ACRE WITH MOBILE HOME dbl. carport ,.
lake over payment on .pln.t.con.oleplana t FRIDAY 12/89. ,527'N..
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__ DAIRY ROAD 2.29 3/1 CB, CHSA. to near $ 40 000
only Itpd 12/8 : acre* ;
: Can be seen locally. Coll Credit,. 2 BR, 2 ba fully furnished pecanS Cherry St: Toaster oven 12x13 maroon \'
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YARD SALEt Thurs thru Sot til.
9.30 '
Dept. 904.254-8232. 3tpd 11/24.12/8 pear trees. Appraised at $27.500: carpet' Winnie the Pooh curtain,' Infants : 4miles ...;:.LOTS A ACItEAG.E..f ,
100 S. families dishes pots
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,JUST IMAGINE YOUR FRESHEST estate sale $23,000. Hwy 225 (Bayles, 8 children clothes,,, whit' A clothes, shoes much LOT 9, GOLFAIR)'Country Club Estate, 1.11 acre, Make on Offer $ 8700
CHRISTMAS TREE WREATH ever direct Hwy). 4 mile South of SR 100. 3 mile uniforms, more. Itpd 12/8 pans baby ;. HWY.325 10 acre joins Alachua. County line S 25.500
12/8
to your door UPS from my plantation North of SR 16. Estate of E.S.: Oliver" BIG YARD SALE! B ft J Acres. Starke.Rd.. SATURDAY more Itpd DEC,/ 10) 82 "p.m., clothes' CONERLY ESTATES: Lot 12 $10000
In Blue Ridge Mountainsirglnla.. Free 9044711245. 4tpd 11/24.12/15 100 E 414 miles out of Starke towand for all A household MICHIGAN STREET) 2 Acre In.ldely.\ .. .. $ 10.OOO
color brochure.,1800443TREE. fcan CHRISTMAS SPECIAL new 26x60< 3/2. K.y.lon..Sot;, ft Sun 8 'til 4 p.m. .Itpd Items, several age some families toys located between RD. 100 EAST T.37 acres,wooded and platted $ '7,000
DEARBORN GAS HEATER: 40,000 btu:, many options, loaded. $22,995. Small 12/8 Flo.' Federal A Gulf ,Station on LAWTEY: 5 acre, 105lh Av... good Inve.lm.nt'} $ IS.OOORD
vented with blower and thermostat: down payment fast credit approval by MOVING SALE Saturday "only, Bayless Hwy 100. Christmas trees will also be, 100 E: 12 acre plus fish pond wide open-pace I $ 26,000
.' ., excellent condition. $50. 468-1710. phone 12/8.29 Uncle Rays_? 13518514. 4tchg, Hwy. 1 mile from Rd. 100 'follow signs, for sale next to ..... Itchg 12/8 PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.:20,16 acres,3 wells;2'poles' $ 50.000
," '. r.. Itchg 128SEVERAL TAKE' OVER PAYMENTS "14x70 Skyline 9 until Itpd 12/8 FRIDAY A SATURDAY'12/9.10. 27O SW WINDING TREE LAKE: Lot 246, Flo. Frontier $ 15,OOO
': ITEMS formal dress $50; Bundy )
Butler
3/2' free 1351.8527 2nd Avenue,.Lake uct2/8!
flute $100;' bunk bed $100. Call' delivery;? agent

,: 473.1341Itpd 12/8' 4tchg,12/8-29 .....COMMERCIAL.\ .... .'
+ PECANS .: PECANS!' Shelled $3/pound. WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE In the grocery business? Call for details
Unshelled 95/pound. 9646821.307 S.. MATHEWS LOOKING FOR A DEAL Two prime acres, 301 Reduced to, S85.000
Church St. It 12/8 ,. A.J2:7tg LOCATION, LOCATIONI This prime commtrcial location 507: W. Madison SI..
USED PHILCO REFRIGERATOR need COMMERCIAL PROPERTY @ 'directly across from Wlnn!>lxl.,could be converted to your needs.
new thermostat, $50. 964.5875. after 4 hE1MBsa! 964-4469 REALTOR SUPER COMMERCIALl Great two story building corner Coil.A Walnut St...>J..., ,
p.m. 12/8 RENT/LEASE/SALE, .. '3198 *.f..,clean excellent condition live upstairs. have
felt IIWholc wend
vtten
erato. why tctlk-for ,1\11\11I1""" : wholn town y l can
:i t\J.\ Glf;,yCHja4, ecJric "o'l..1J7, ; K.rrl j A Hi "I, _.. -im r !Hers nrtimg'rrnl f business downstairs Best 'location) Enterprise Zone Benefits! $ 60.OOO I
, ,' a f mhr.< dryer. $5 ..782.3388ltct-ig, / w'COMMERCIAL BUILDING FOR RENT Listing Agent far VA Acquired Properties-Area& II 301 SOUTH 193 ft 301 frontage $ 85,OOO
'.,',. ';, BEAUTIFUL DIAMOND RING Mens Downtown Stork $200 monthly. Can, THOMPSON ST,11.362 s.f., brick Enterprise Zone, Benefits $ 80,000 ,
.; :- large, approx. 5 ct. $5,200 firm. Worth remodel to '*uit, at negotiable price.Phone MOBILE HOMES City "..38 Ac., great office location. 301 Nr 1.5 acres, MH hook up 2 bldgs.210'' on 301 great value $ 37.0OO |
' : ',.' lots mar. 964-8811. Itpd 12/8 964.6305, John. TFm| W7 CONCORD 3 BR 2H bo, has -City SR 100 3.5 acres, potential 301 NORTH by EconoLodge 165.O1'or 30f S12OOOO I
.''I'. (1:1: PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR CHANNEL CAT.. OFFICE SPACE 500 *q. ft. for rent on' extra' lot with wood from. house,'city commercial development area, 301 NORTH: approximately 150 x approx.220 $125,000
,', FISH or catch your own. $1.50 Ib.. $1.75 Pump 9O1.' Stor 964-77061.8/251Fronc.. utilities./ HOMES A ACREAGE RENTAL ON CALL STREET! .

'i dgissd. Also fingerlings for stocking BOO SQ.FT.S Supply OFFICE BUILDING for rent. 173 New Moon 12x60. with approx. Gelger Rd.t 2100 *f. brick veneer, Call 'for Commercial Listings I I. .
pond.. For more Info 964.6471, Hwy 858 McMahon St, Call 9648292. 10 acres. North of Lawtey, 105th Ave approx. 10 acres, 4 BR, 2 Ba, CHSA .
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"/ 3tchg 12/1-13 -WS Fleetwood UxU. 3 BR, 2 Ba, city water A gas, front porch with swing ,
.< ; 12/8-15 REFRIGERATOR; Frost-Ire, 1000 Q.l' ft. OFFICE Hwy f;301 Southacross CHAA, 1,acre near Bedford lake attchmt, sunken living room, After Hours
HOTPOINT.
I, :,:: with top freezer. Good condition used from Wal-Mort/KOA. $350 HOMES family room with Ig. brick fireplace. Ann Terwillegar Nelson. ....'. ""'..'1"1'''' ..1 r .I.r 473-7541

",, ,; L'" very little. Call 964.7236. Itpd! 12/8 month*, 964-8848, eves 473.3627... .FmHA Homes.Colley formal I dining .room central; vac, John Longford Master Appolse. : : . .,. '.' 96'2291

'," ., ;< I ,' .' SEVERAL ITEMS chest of drawers $40; 12/8TF CHAA Rd.chain;3BR link IBa fence, brick yard.veneer, system new carpet. Price reducedOwner PaulineRandolph.'".. .. ... .. .;. ",'. . I. . .96.4.3'60
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four mobile horn tiresand anxious to sell I
',si roveseat $35; Clair 2 I Ba CHAA with Thornton. . ., ., ... .' "." 964. 223
y''1 wheels $75; 2O goo shotgun $65; -St. St. BR, Union Cty:, 135 acres 2700 sq.ft. Joy : t,: ; -I' w .y., : \

\ Broyhlll sofa $75. 473-4508. Itpd 12/8 .mss. large family roam. brick home. Debra Connaughton, r''J\ .J,," .' of' t \< r"4t'1,964.2833.Acce'e
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LA-Z-BOY ROCKER green velour$50. ., lAND ., ,WilDING LOTS
'Also Casio sampling keyboard $40. 'FOR SALE .S.R. 100 A; Two 6.77 acre parcels" -Little lake Santa Fet 100x160 ft. lot.
.. Call 964-8791 964-7061, Itchg 12/8 Fur OH 301 N,wooded 8.50 oc,.w/well
Ladles Muskrat Walker t septic new septic tank approved for well, ,
ALL ELECTRIC HOSPITAL BED feet head., Coat size 10, ladles leather _Lawtey 18 acres with 600'(t.. Hwy; ., power source to lot. "

,. ,: and condition.bed gos Orthopedic up ft down.mottreis.Jerome Excellent. ,coat fur collar size 10, 125 frontage.'eCttyt ,Two Remodeled. Story recently'House painted.:, Very Owner nice David Lawson, qh\ : & Body .Shop: ;
for ,
microwave maple dining one acre on Laura St;, room <
Grlftls. 964 GrIHIs.,5409No.356-0044 Collect or Calls Mildred, 31 table & chairs coffee tables. several residential.. ,Anxidus! ) (I t '9.0 C IU tP.O. WO!k .Vfree ,Esflnriflt' t, ,

12/1.15 stereo mlsc chairs exercise ,Bob Mathews. Realtor 'Andy Jordan, Associate l \ R ? .W..26ttJ J. .$t.q ,964.61 ar.'l ;
SEVERAL ITEMS Baldwin ,organ$50; roller :
equipment massager, Starke ...
441 W Madison St .
$200 child ,, .
bunk bed with mattresses ; ,
& misc. 201 W'
bicycles .
table and chairs $10. Call. 964.4737 -- -' -
alter 4 p.m. 2tchg 12/1.8 Mimosa Drive. 964-2342 ,
WASHER AND DRYER 3 mos old dryer; evenings. Would make

and 4 yr. old Maytag washer ,Call excellent Christmas gifts.REALTOR.
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533-2242 after 5:30.: 2tchg 12/1-8 ,/ .
LAVERN H. OUTLAW

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964-4544
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David L. D dfe, MSA, CMftcs Patty Kay Elder, MXAI tt..l tsiss [REALTOR
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( Vein f.ull Sfaun -: ts1ci < Offkoiul SAMPSON LAKE 3BR/21 1/2BA Two Story Log Home on the Watery) CHSA

: Busings* Stove, Refrt ft DI.ho.h.r.,3000, SF, Well ft S.pliclorge Lot.
IN THE COUNTRY' 4BR/2Ba Brick; Living S Dining Rooms, Large Master

m -,- Bedroom w/Wolk-in Closet Large Eat-In. .Kitchen Fireplace. CHSA', Well ft
A'Few of Our Many Listings Septic all on) 1 Ac. _

Susan" M. Faulkner;GR .. CRB President" OVER 300 ACRES with 3/4 mile of highway frontage, excellent hunting, ,} mile. 'to WANT PRIVACY '2BR/2BA CB Home,' Urge living Dining Room, Family/
EQUAL HOUSING Country Club, 2 miles to Starke. Only $1500 per acre Room Kitchen w/Breakfast Nook, CHSA. Enclosed Garage' Well ft Septic. ,
LEASE PURCHASE Nice doublewid on I acre, paved road. '. 3 Ac. ,
EltA ,Faulkner .Realty, Inc. *,13 ACRES HIGH ft DRY pecan trees, well ft septic $39,000: (Free M.r<.t '* MOVE HOUSE TO NEW LOCATION 2BR/l BA From (in Good Condition,
'COUNTRY CLUB brick over 1900 s.f., formal living 8 dining room family/ room, Slav ft Rfrl 5700. .
301 2 blks. S. of SR 100. 221 W. Lafayette St recratlon room or extra bedroom. 2Vfc baths Jenn-Air range, refrigerator. ST. ClAIR STREET 2BR/1BA Frame,AC Unit Space Heater..10x24 Screened
Located Hwy. COUNTRY CLUB Brick 3/2 over 1500 s.! 100x300 lot, 154.000. '
'CLOSE TO ? Porch,'' 112x310 lot, $29,700.. .

*COUNTRY LIVING ,needs TLC;3 BR. 2 boy, 1 acre; $31,000., .. l'IN STARtER 3/1 from, good condition;$22.SOO. OLD FASHIONED FRAME 4BR/1BA large Living ft Dining Rooms, Porchesall
*NICE BUILDING LOT IN CITY lOOxlOO/wooded. 'IMMACULATE, BEST AREA 3/2 many extras, on one acre Assum Mtg; Around. 100x420 Lot w/Shade Trees, City Water, Septic Tank, Lowtey. .
.*KINGSLEV LAKE AREAS 1 Beautiful acre with cottage.- i' "37 ACRES of excellent land many fruit trees, Fleetwood doublewid: NEW RIVER 2BR/1BA SW Mobil Home In Good Condition Well ft Septic,
*WATERFRONT! Sampson lake t Crosby Lake. / 1" 'WOULD YOU BELIEVE 65 plus acres for only $1500 per acre. Highway frontage,,. 9.5 Acres. .
IN TOWN Over 3/4 acre with custom doublewlde. workshop, ft, beautiful.- '';'ALMOST NEW DOUBLEWIDI on 40 acres, good land.. $85,000.'. HANDYMAN SPECIAL Two-Story, 3BR/2BA CB ft Frame, large living-. .
ground pool.1 I' "' 'BRICK 4 BR. IVi\ bo Raiford area, on I acre Dining Room w/Flreploc, large Lot.,
*ELECTRONICS BUSINESS call for detail '.< "POULTRY FARM ft RESIDENCE pullet farm fully equipped, on 8 acres, Stork..
*301 SOUTH Beautiful. acres with oak tree ft 14x70 mobile home withextras. "LANDl 35 ACRES on paved road nice property;owner financing. A' 'SELECTED PROPERTIES'
HOME I CHSA, patio, additional storage, very private. .
'ROOMY MOBILE on acre .. Small down
I B.5 ACRES rower pole ft well. Owner financing. payment.
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S BEAUTIFUL ACRES) city water. f; 23500.. ,
HOME f'
6400 SF 301N.
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3.7 ACRES Ti-o-Story Bldg w/lhring Area Upstairs Hwy .
In bedroom, large bolh. new kitchen cabinets, large living
DOUBLEWIDI with privacy fence. town 'NEAT ft CLEAN large .
I 20 ACRES SW Mobile Ham w/Stov ft Retri, 2 Wells. Septic, Planted
*3 YR. OLD 3BR 2 ba with carport In town. 'room, only 515.500."HAMPTON .
LOT TO BUILD ON. across from Hampton Lake OAKS Beautiful brick home on 1 58 acres, 2300 s.f.:, excellent water, Pines.
NICE Brooker.I
Good Terms, .
r I 45 ACRES Will Divide, Owner Financing
__ RENTALS. 2 BR, I Bo. 612 Lake St. t' 'BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOMEs aver 2,000 sq. ft., Crystal lakaccss. REDUCED. I ACRES Will Divide Pecan Grove, Well ft Septic Owner Financing.

-, COMMERCIAL 3 ACRES Good Commercial Location. Hwy. 16W. '

Call'.One of Our Professionally Jones Croft& Gift Shop 1 ACRE Zoned for Mobil Horn. ., .

Specializing/ In crafts, craft supplies & gifts, S ACRES Hwy. 301 South.
Slaff'Today..964".S069 I High Traffic Area, ONE-HALF ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home. .
I LAKE GENEVA r large Lot* 100 ft. an Water.LAKE .

II ItT.alnCd Call These Realtor Associates: .RENTAL; 2 BR, '|180. Stove 8 Refrlg.< $275. I I I LARGE LOTS AREA Crosby OF LAND t Sampson Northeast" Owner Section Financing.of City. iiT ''I'

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CHCW 'V. TON. 44 PARTS: from, and 1 BR COTTAGE near library. furnished. SEWING MACHINES CLEANED- oiled and
rear ...1.., transfers, tromnnltsltjnh1C -- AC. $240 mo, lake privileges, adjust tension In your horn. Special GOVERNMENT HOMES from :$1 ((0 1-3-5-10-20 ACRES or 'larger for ',01..
'964 5812 IFce OCALA' NATIONAL 'FOREST!' Wooded 473.4'161.121' tfnchg $14.95. Repair all brands. Work repair). Delinquent lax property. New two bedroom; : bath doublewlde
1 1982 $'10 PICKUP 4 spu&d AC jots, 'iver 'access, $S45O Each. No LAKE FRONT COTTAGE with large guaranteed 473-7862. 12/1 rfnchgHOUSI Repossessions. Call 1(805)687.6000( ) on one or more acres, Call 496.3939, -'
AM/fM1ereo' tmpe player power money down, $65 4> monthly Owner' Florida room' A separate garage, Very CLEANING Experienced ."1. GH-1 U6. for current, repo .{1st. days.,, 454-1595 evenings, ,tfn/chg.
booster, chrorrtfc1' y/heels new poml 1.236.4579 or 5.622-2438.:! 1/7TF private $200 month, 1-659-2774 4tchg 'reliable" have references for workingmoms 11/17\ Blpd. |1/5 12/8

lob, 9646540." 4tchg Mi24 12/15 CULFFRONT CONDOMINIUM between 11/17-12/29 and dad around Keystone area '
1777 CHEVY 3/4 ION PICKUP: 350 :Panama City and Deslln (near KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES lovely 2 BR, 2 Colt Cindy, 473-9059. 4tchg 12/1.22 FOR RENT FOR SALE '

engine new,, tlre.. .$400negtiohie\ !>eogr0v. Beach), 2 BR, :2 bath S'I4.900 both masonry home, freshly painted CHILD CARE My 3 ,year old needs -, :
with 90% available, Call col now CHSA, fireplace
782 3287. financing carpet garage playmate 473.0845, 2tchg ) 2/8.15 '
1917 DODGE RAM:'AC. AM 'FM"uoreo l.ct ((904)) 231.5898. lean Near Golf course, $450 month Call .! ONE OR TWO BEDROOM HOUSE In coun FRUIT PLANTS at Martin's Fruit/ Farm. Fl.,
4 speed, PS, payoff/ S75OO:' Call OCALA/MARION COUNTY 3 acre Century 2t, Broker 73103.. 4tehg' DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGOINGT try.. Located In Union County. Call White. BARE ROOT Apples, peaches.
46B2440 4tch 'II BUICK RIVIERA nice cor..be$1 oiler", or pasture Many locations. $9995, to, I CAMPER FOR RENT 30 ft. Stngle only. LoRue, leveling Service far all your TWO*BEDROOM UNFURNISHED HOUSE CONTAINER GROWN Apples and

9647874 2lchg \\t/t/ -B $12995, $500 down I I.P.S. Corp.. Fully equipped except gas .$200 a foundation repairs. Keystone. across from LBMS. $225 monthly. pears $6. Blueberries and grapes $3.Japanese ,
'(4 OlDS CUTlASS: all optto-n ,$4600 Realtor, 904 629.6101 I lean month 4732667. 4tpd. 12/8.29 473-7721 7/9TF Available 12/19. For Info call 964.8602 persimmons $12. OPENMonSot.

431 .JUS. Itchg 12/8 '.-.- I -- 2 BR LAKE FRONT HOME $300 month, after 6 p.m. |mm, Closed Sunday, 4972621.
DUMP ..TRUCK; ;1 97!" Chevy 2" Ion. VB. ANIMALS & PETS plus deposit & utilities. Twin lake. I' ,MISCELLANEOUSPACK 12/1 Itpd. 12/29 <
'good tooling truck $3400 Call Honry ,, area off 214 4733856. 4tpd. 12/B 29 3/4 LHASA APSO PUPPIES $75. each'. '
FOR SALE GENEVA OAKS CONDO 1 BR, CHI A. ; NOTICE -
Hodges Const, 782 3463, Itpd I 2 8 RAT Buy, sell and trade collectible : Call 496-3021, Itpd 12/8 '
1969 FORD MUSTANG: head*. tome' / garbage disposal, attic, Washer/Dryer and Used furniture WASHER dryer, refrigerator and freezer. ,'
work Call 964,3620 often '6 p.in. :3 REGISTERED QUARTERHORSES glassware ( more
(Grog) 2lpd 12/S.15', .. 7823336. 4tchg 11/17) -12/8' 2 BR CONDO CH/A, garbage disposal, Come see lor yourself. On. mile east to the Union County Time office ,SHELLED PECANS. Call 4963363 12/8 2t
1914 SILVERADO! loaded! AM/FM/.lereo Tt\O HORSES: a 5-year gelding and a attic, utility room, dishwasher Midway, of 100. 'In writing' and paid In advance chg 12/15 ". -
cassette. tinted wlnduws, At PS, PB. ,1.yr, stud colt $300 each, Great for Keystone/Melrose. 475.2427. 2lchg '4732183 Keystone 12/1 I-t.lghts.on If nchg'ROOF Highway unless credit I I. already establishedwith BETA 'VCR Sears Solid State, Almost, ,
tilt who&r l W/ 'U''$., aluminum wheel. Christmas: 473.0208; Itpd 12/8 12/8.15 this office. new. Must sacrifice, $75 Call 496-3832.: ,
nk. In Condition MOBILE HOME FOR RENT'. Cowpen Lake. PATCHING leaks are my special .'";. ",
tires. very good 1tchg.12/8' ,
ty. All work guaranteed 30 Cx.perience THE 'TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD "
.75.000 'actual mile: asking $7500 PERSONALS'BANKRUPTCY 2 BR/1BA, CH/A furnished large kif years "
all $ 800.
OLDS CUTLASS
too small RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 14 options\ \. ,
Nothing big or ,
...., then. 475.2 27. 2tchg 1218,15 '
lease 9644888 oiler 6 "
f phone p 7829802. Ttpd 12/8 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 431-1138. Itchg 12/8' "
WATER FRONT Single wide on Deer
12': 8
Hchg $9S garnishments, SISTER SOPHIE Reader & Adviser. Advice THE TELEPHONE.
stops Rd. Sale Rent Pets
$61I4dt's'" Springs or No
179 CHEVY CAPRICE' ),call 964 lawsuits and bill collectors.'Complete 473 2252. Itpd 12/8 on all problems of life, business, Classified deadline I Is MONDAY, 5

:3, p.m..IIpe1 ,12/8. preparation of ,all 'legal documents; love health ]obs. Special readings. P.M.. prior to Thursday publication
." -- :Paralegals, 1 .800.444.7435, Legal.' KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES: lovely: BR, 2 .7829802 2tpd; 12/8-15 Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.SO, '
MOTORCYCLESKAWASAKI Alternatives, Inc fcan" bath masonry home, freshly painted, then 15 centsfct.. each,ward thereafter. HELP WANTED

: .. h : WE'll PAY' YOU $1,000 TO LOSE new carpet garage CH&A, fireplace< ,, CARS-TRUCKS-BOATS
WEIGHT Enjoy the holidays Near Golf course, '$450 month- Call
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eating '
LTD 550 T982. 7 tilmr", ( '
: 2000 calories dally. Call Center for Per. Century 21 Brooker 473-4903, 4tchg NEED CHRISTMAS MONEY Assemble
new battery good condition $700 Call '11/24 .12/.15' "<1 CUTLASS 1$ -4 door,. 67,000 miles, : YARD SALE Product at home. Call for Immediate
manent ) Call
Weightless refundable ,
964.3529;.after .4' p.m. call 964 22422fpd 714..582.29l3i .",. 70S lean ", .PS, PB, cruise control AM.FM radio, Information.: ,1(504)641-8003(( ) ext, 8401.
12/8 15SOOcC new transmission, new A/C, new 12/8 Itpd. '
MOBILE HOMES iRIDAY AND SATURDAY Dee; 9th and,
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.YAMAHA four lrpke $400 ,OBO ( radiator; $3950 475-2351. 2tpd 12/1-8 .URGENTLY NEED
10th. 270 S.W. 2nd Ave. Lak. Butler. DEPENDABLE PERSONto
12 R.Vs"CAMPERS.TRAVEL .
number' 8
Call leave ; .
"4962871, '
CHRYSLER LEBARON AM/FM
.' TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 14X70 Skyline, 82 AC Itpd 12/8: work without supervision for Texas
TRAILERS 3/2 free delivery 1.351-S527. 4tchg cassette, PS, 4 speed, new paint ft nev'' Oil Co. In Lake-Butter area We train. .
HOMES \ 12/829 clutch $1500 OBO. 4737619 2tchg Write H.M. Dickerson Pres, SWEPCO, ",",ii '"

FOR SALE CHRISTMAS SPECIAL New 29/60.3/2, 12/1.22 MOBILE HOMES Box 961005 Ft. Worth, Tx. 76161. Itpd, ; ..:' /" .I
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19S1 AUEGRO:27 moforhome, l low 1912 CAPRICE CLAS IC. SII"e-gr.y'V,6; ,
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FOR SALE ,
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mileage" many extras 964 7354: after all options, runs great, excellent condition \ I''
fast credit; approved by phone Uncle '2 ',, 1,1e'
$23.000 CUTIE I .F:.
5.30 pm :2tchg 12/1 1-8 12/8 29 $2300.; 475 5629, Itcha 12/8 I ; "
Roy'I 1'351 8514 4tchg I';
:2 BR frame wHh central heat & air! utirity 1912. CHRYSLER tEBARON* ,:AC, MUST BE SOLD IMMEDIATELY 1973 '", ,\. '::1' <,;.:;
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Includ '
room, carport & storage Stove BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES i AM/FM/Cassette. PS, 4 speed new Fllnstone Vega 1 'x52', with add-on ", ..;, ."\
.d. Neat ai a pin & CUT TO THE BONE paint ft new clutch. $1500 OBO. room, 40'xl8. $500 (or best offer)., "
for quick sole! 473.7619. 2tchg121-8 Three bedroom. bath' refrigerator, '
RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 964..7. _. ". I : FARM ANIMALSBRAHMA .1.stove. Handyman special. Rt. 3. Box E&.K'
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FOUR ACRES-'CLOSE IN--WMh 3Bedoom.,2 BEST ONE MAN BUSINESS EVER only 1555A lake Butler.FI. 32054 , Bath frame, S3S.000.: HEIFER 5 months old.:
only approximately 1 HOMES FOR SALE directions CITICORP ;1'
$4900 Totally) secured by equipmentscan ) ACCEPTANCE CO.'
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RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 964..7. 375 Ibs., $350.. Call 473 06564tchg '
make you Independent No selling contact Dale Burns 104)399.0356.( ) ref...
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BRICK HOME: 3 bedroom., 2 baths, den, pa. Inventory: no. overhead. SSO.000 H/17.121S BY OWNER Keystone Club blal.s:3 ,, 194-579292 12/1 3tpd. 12/15. Bulldozing6Way
4306564tchg'12I122CHOCOLATE
-with fireplace; CHSA 1 acre lot large PIGS FOR. SALE V black with centralair 198B ,
yery possible first year. Limited open Br/2 BA,'ConcretS DYNASTY Three bedroom: 2 bath
fenced yard 'workshop. .4 miles West 'ings available! Call Mel Parsed, day or PALOMINO MARE:. 12'yrs.; ft heat fireplace Wooded lot utilI"ly fireplace' 'Central heat and ,air.'
ef Starke SR 16i. Call 964. ,5032 or night' 1.800.533.3962. Icon 'old.' $100.Used. English Saddle with shed with power ft many extras. Assume payments or refinance Call
964-8495. 2tpd 12/1(8 FOR SALE-SCENIC" The ,Howard Haul, blanket., Irons, 3 I.athers473-7619., $39.500.473.2513. 4tchg. 11117.1218 4963433. Itchg 12/8 ,
PEACEFUL. COUNTRY 3 BR frame homeon bed and breakfast Income property c. ,LAKE FRONT 5798 Silver Sands Circle. 3 I DRIVE TO LAKE CITY and save on your -
2 acres R..mode'd.'newcarpel' rooms, each with private bath) apart 2tchg 121.8 -i' BR/2 BA family room with fireplace. housing costs. See the "BILL BUSTERS'*' '

fireplace, screened porch.. ... deck; menti, $149000: negotiable PO. Box, '. Carpeted CH/A, 2 lots with chain link; AT North Florida Housing. U541 North-',
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$3?.SOO : > ,331, Andrews NC 28901 fcon fence Oversized 2 car garage. US 90 West. Call 752-8627 or.755-5207. '
RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 964 8878 t OPEN YOUR OWN beautiful discount,' $65,000. phone 17510253. 2tpd 12/1-8 Itchg. 12/8" '
CUTE AND COZY two bedroom frame oiri retail, store ,, Choice of |.on- YARD SALES FOR SALE OR RENT Lake Hutchlnson
'1, ocr... 'vinyl siding,( .great. starter'\ bADE IN YOUR OLD MOBILE HOME and Blade'
sportswear, large lady infant to preteen Keystone Hejghts. 3 BR, ,,3 BA, living '
home:$25.000. enjoy the comforts of a new home for
or family shoe store. first quality YARD SALE ..iv. mile. east of keystoneon < ,room overlooks lake. Office, '
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RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 964 8878 X-mas. See the "BILL BUSTERS" at
REPAIR EXISTING HOME and<; build One top name brands. $14,900 to; $26.900 County lin. Rood. Look for signs, workshop, garage, kitchen has all appliances North Florida Housing in Lake City. $4O ,Per Hr.
more home on this 2(4( lots. .$19,001, ,investment includes fixtures: Inventory Dec.< 9 > 10 from III 5. Itpd 12/8 washer ft dryer in utility US4T North-US 90 West. Call 752-8627. ,
$3,000 down owner training and more. Prestige SATURDAY, DEC. 10 9 a.m, until 7 Furniture room Rent or purchase $6851 per
,terms Fashion. 800-247-9127.: Icon. mpnth. Available Feb. 1989. Brian Gorman or 755-5207. Itchg. 2/8"
904.372.6881. Stpd 12/S.1/5. : household Items 1 'A mile. 'C Land Clearing
THREE BEDROOM, 2 bath' CHltA. on i CONSIDER EXCITING CHANGE! ''lair[ west of Keystone light on Hwy. 100.. 4CJ6.587-6357.,9Ipd! 12/1.1/26 REDUCED. $5,300' The home everyone e Site
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,acre: Crawford Rd.' '$37,500. Call '3,800 'career cleaning servicespecialists1' Look for signs Itchg 12/8 OPEM HOUSE 'i' Sundays p.m.. 350 want, but most can't afford. Beautiful Preparations
MASTER SaL Jasmine Avenue ,on Keystone lake. ,three 2 bath. C fish Ponds
.964'3321: Itchg 12/8 ; SERVICE Offers RUMMAGE t USED TOY $SALE Dec. 1,680 sq.ft. bedroom
total business package training.,$2,400 10 from 10 a.m, at R.ed't Auto Parts R:T. ,Lovorn, Realtor. Hchg 12/8 Reduced over 5300. See any sales .e Road Work. Etc. .
'down. Call Jim" Williamson- lot. Itchg 12/8 p.rson at North Florida ,Houslmgtnlake ?
1.800435-6366. after, dial. tone. 698 2 FAMILY YARD SALE Frl.. Sat.'and Sun. FOR SALE City. US41 North-US90 West Cell
WOW: '''! Ii!.} .. -._"4sea-- --.. "Beu'T' a illi.'Puwii' -tee-to 1m- 752-8627 or 755-5207. H, hg. 12/J JJ ,trr./rr:
FOR INFORMATION ON ZERO COUPON mokalee. second road to 'left, 2nd SPINET PIANO $500: Call 473.3183 after ,USED MOBILE HOMES starting as tow as 964-8503 ,
3") Bedroom House high- yielding corporate bonds or OTC house on right. Itpd 12/8 6pm. 4tchg 12/U22 $3,500. at .the 'Bill Busters" at North
STOCKS contact Patrick Colby, Tol Pan !HUGE ENCLOSED GARAGE SALE Fri. SINGER AUTOMATIC Makes buttonholes Florida Housing In"Lake City. US4I TIM KELLY.,
For Sale Securities Winter Park, Fl. Dec:. 9 only. 915; a.m. until, Pots pans decorative patterns and much Norlh-US90 West Call 752-8627 or .
To Be .Moved 800.882.4726: Member NASD, SIPC, ceramics, crafts, stereos, TVs: etc, more. Cost $669 wllj) sacrifice., $150 .755-5207.: Itchg. 12/8 782-3928
To Your Lot !. Icon Lost chance to shop before Christmas, 473-7862 12/8 tfnchg

Only: $7,800, HOME PET SITTING BUSINESS, Unlimited 10 percent off everything In. (lock, '2 USED SEWING MACHINES $50 and up, lot :.:a-..._...,,.._--.4 ... .,,, ---------
potential I learn to operate rewording mile North; of Keystone red light on Straight stitch, zlg' zag. automatic. Call
Call ThomasHouse business with our manual which provide Hwy 21. Turn right on Gasllne Rd. 1 ,Swindell '73-7862.1218 tfnLhg. LHKE BUTLER HPflRTIIlEnTS
Movers oil necessary Information Only block on. left,'473-3964. Itpd 12/8 MUST SELL Single bed, wood headboard
( $50. Money back guaranteed. Call, SAT, & SUN. 9 until. Corner of SR21 and footboard and from, $125; Now taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units. These

752-2318.752-5825. 205-822-1316: or 205-967-8020 Icon, Chautouga Way, 2! miles south. .of light single bed box springs $25; double all-electric units are spacious with lots of closet space and all hove
Itchg 12/8 bed headboard, '$10 girls bike needs
walMo-wall
carpet, and kitchen appliances. On-tlts
crapes
FRI. I SAT. Children's.. clothes and toys tires seat and sprucing up $20. Call I laundry
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chest freezer, Avon misc. household '473-2210 or 4733756 12/8 tfnchg facilities Rental assistance available for qualified applicants./

rVQ"1JH qK -.YOU COOK! : > Items. Immokalee Rd. First.. house on'' CpMPUTER Tandy 1000 EX with color For application and Information/ ,

right off SR21. Itpd 12/8 monitor dot matrix printer. desk ft.
Please at
0e us Qt
'Hand-Fed Channel Catfish' SATURDAY DEC. 10 *. 601 Magnolia hutch, oak finish. All like new,, $900. '
I j" Street. a.m.-5 p.m.. !'ch9.12/8 4752392. Itchg 12/S' 1005 SW 6th Street
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\ *t* Triple H FishFarm,: OAK 473-0726 FIREWOOD, Itchg 12/8 and fat.wood starter* : Lake Or Call Butter./ 49o-314I Ft 32054 .!.IIIeo...:::x::..

cALtS64-6182 FOR DIRECTIONS OPEN TO TUBLIC .. .-
._ HP GO-CART Newly rebuilt engine.One -' :i,,.,_. ,, ,,- .U.1. ,<,*,,,a.tw. ,- -r,
NOTICE : seater1 $150 OBO. 473-7619.3tchg '
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USED ENGLISH SADDLE n with" blanket .. '
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted .
Bradford Properties to the Lake Region Monitor office Irons and leathers. $OBO.473-7619. Now LeasingForest ..
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In writing and paid ln.odvanceunless I 3tchg 12/8.22 ,
'm credit .II I olrebdy establishedwith HOME lIE 330 chain saw with 20 Inch' Park Apartments
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& Investments '
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this office.'MONITOR blade, 66 station wagon, needs works
( STAFF' CANNOT BE HelD'' but hove parts. $100; fuel oil tank and An for I4
npji-tmcnt: complex designed moderate ,. '
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN $40 worth of fuel$90. 473 0463 after 5. Income faml1l s. No rental assistance Viit:. .h-.';;.

[ Suzanne Kitchens' CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD.IS TAKEN OVER 2tcho 12/8.15 available. Attractive 1 & 2 BR/I Ba apts. ', ._ :' ?if.' '.

964-7630J, lAc.'Real Estate Broker THE Classified TELEPHONE.deadlln. I I. 1 11:00 o.m. Tuesday HELP WANTED range refrigerator carpet central heat & air, '.' "-:,";' 1
patio and laundry. Free water sewer&
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prior Thursday publication.
fo COSMETOLOGIST wanted with follow.. '
for rnrbage. Rent $185 $220 mJnlmum./Tw
Minimum charge 15 words $3.50.
$ 3,300 SPECIAL IUJILDING SITE RESTRICTED AREA. Full 473-7260 or
; then 15 cents for each word thereafter;' Ing. or part-time. complete handicapped apartments avail., "
$ 10.00O. < OWNER FINANCING ON. 2.61 ACRES, ;NQ SEPTIC 473-02S9. 2tpd '12/8-15 Information/Application
MOUND NEEDED.. .' HOUSEKEEPER needed,'1 day, week..', Ponet Park Apartment .778 NE let Street. Leke Butler.32064
References required' Call. 473-9123. ((9O4)493438 ...H.O, "
$ 3.500 4 PERACRE ON 4.10./\CRESOWNERF1NANCED./ '. '
after 5 p.IT>.,'Itchg 12/8, -- '
NO SETTIC MOUND ONTOIS lUG GROUND. M -- -- -
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$ 33,5 oSAVE $$$$ In town masonry home, corner lot e- r -

fenced ,\,
$c 86,000 Restricted neighborhood large brick home. 782-3266

$ 69.000 I'erfectroryourlarge, growing family. Close to Anytime. '
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school "

$ '19,000 Fisherman's Paradise-Crosby' Lake waterfrontlot. Jimmy' Re WilliamsAll

.Very secluded ,
'$ 22.00O Priced for quick sale..,.skirted doublewlde with Types Roof Repair '

(E1 USHER1
porch. JANE
No Job too big or too email! S.
$ 52.00O, One Acre already fenced for your horseReal '

nice home,with assumable mortgage, no '; 15Tiara,f., ExptrUnc. -R Your Union,County Realtor

qualifying. I '
$165,000 Special Hampton Lake waterfront home. 1.7Acres Free Estimates' All Work Guaranteed! 496-2126. or' 496-2903:

,very private: w- a- ,eeevsej :360 W. 'Main St.. Lake Butler
$ 22.000 8 1/4 BEAUTIFUL WOODED ACRES. LOTS OF

OAKS & HOLLYTREES.. .

REAL CUTE MASONRY.HOME. F1 tA & VA .
$
41,000 PINE FOREST APARTMENTS sLAKE .UTLEII..:tvvely 3/2 home on 2 ACRES. 1 1M blocks from Mo In St. In
FINANCING. Lake Butler In excellent neighborhood this property has beautiful trees,

SUB SIIOP for lease..High raffle area .i oakS, bines>> and dogwoods lo name a lew. Horn has finished hardwood.

RETAIL SHOP for lease.$400 per: month. 'Now Accepting Applications for floors, double-car garage, and privacy, PRICED TO SELLI
BUSY 301 CORNER FOR SALE. WORTHINGTON SPRINOSw..Country setting surround this 3 bedroom

..3BR.Apartments; Starting a*.$195., home with fireplace.ust: | In lime for winter. Approximately'. t acre: with
ASSOCIATES bam make this an Ideal pkk to get out of town .
WORTHINOTON $f WMO$... 3-story home (Handyman special) up to 48
'Lan. Londo eSteve Rlpley Michael Callan'' CH/A Fully Equipped Kitchen'. Cable Ready'U30' ACRES available. Owner wIll sell o* little' o* 9 acre: Best port I I. OWNER

Clarice Stephens FINANCING available to qualified buyer.THIS WONT LAST LONG. Owner'

W. Madison Street, 1 "EQ'r" r would consider "Lease with option to purchase" to qualified person.
HOUSING PROVIDENCI..6 Acre off SB 2M with mobile home. Possibly some'

e Starke .964-6312 I IEJ I OPPORTUNITY. owner finance to qualified. ..,.". '

'Mon !Fri 9-SPM" LAKI OTLIR..3 lots available, 1 lot front lake Ave. 2 block from Mid-

Elixson 'Wood Products Inc.Cypress' die and High School. 2 other lot located \ block off Main OWNER WILL

FINANCE. lot already' surveyed ,
I elAKI BUUIR..3 lot and 2 mobile homo available. Owner will' finance,
vacant lot or'mobile home and lot combined.
Mulch Pine! 'Bark : FOB-SALE' Wooded
.. WORTHINOTON SPRINOI..Beou1lful 7 acre near Santa Fe River.
Soil lots of rood frontage.. Owner. will.sell 1 acre or more. ALSO OWNER
You Pick Op or We Deliver ;e Pill Dirt, Top ... : FINANCED. .
Llmerock RAIFORD..Counlry living can't be beat on this FARM. Ho oil yaw need to-
Large or Small Loads 'ot :
walk' right In and start farming. Comfortable Horn. Tractor and Equipment
Also Red Heart Lumber
Have Cypress
We < .' Tractor Work -'Backhoe Bulldozer 1 I I fish pond. posture, crop land
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SHAW SUBDIVISION. BR. IV* bo,CB home Include optionees OWNER

964-6649 e ANXIOUS. Prkod right to sell
.964-6182 .. 964-582? ; 964-6095,

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.- .. '. ..I Registration Tonight Spanish and ,Art Fundamentalsare
--- other classes of general interest

LOST/FOUND PERSONAL SERVICESWANT PERSONAL SERVICES FOR RENT SFCC Starke CenterThe and open to the public. call
information please
For more
only evening registration session
lOST ON MC. li Who.vr picked TO DRINK WALLCOVERING INSTALLATION In- EXTRA 'recently; remodeled, 2 for the upcoming Spring Termat 964-5382.
brown up ? THAT'S I tenor' and exterior and wall the Starke Center of Santa
Umol Chihuahua dog on SR YOUR BUSINESS pointing BR, 1 bath new heat pump, carport Fe
230 E, pivot r.lurn It to yellow brick WANT TO STOP, repair. Local professional. 15 yrs ... fenced bock yard nice neighborhood Community College is scheduled this
hou., 2nd house on right, after cross.' THAT'S OURS I berlence Call 9647323. Richard Mire $325 per month 1 lease < depotlt. evening December 8, from 6 to 8pm. Insurance Class
In0 double brldg. It's a 6oyr.old pIrl's' Alcoholics AnonymousM441MorM4MU Itpd' 12/8 964.8073, 631 W. Francis St, 12/1TF The complete schedule of 'Set At SFCC
pel. Oog' nom. I.Tlnnl. WP,Callan 1 CLEAN TWO BEDROOM APT slave, classes for the Spring Term beginn-
964-5998. Ilpd 12/ pd thru 12/29 refrlg., no pets $60 weekly a deposit. ing January 9 can be found .in The Santa Fe Community College
CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed Free LAND FOR SALE 964.6232. Itpd 12/11 today's edition of the Telegraph. Starke Center is planning to offer in
estimates. HANDY-MAN FENCE CO, THREE KDROOM.I bath frame house on Regular registration' hours are Starke'theVroperty'an
Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559 TF Clark St. 964.8404. $200: Casualty"
HELP WANTED monthly 3tchg from 10 a.m. to 4 pm. daily.
Insurance class required by' the
BULLDOZER WORK $40 hour 12/1.1S
p.r 100 ACRES six'room house and barn. New classes of special interest In-
782-3306. If no answer 782-3954', leave, Owner will finance. $20001 Acr.. HOUSE FOR RENT 2 or 3 Bedrooms, 2 clude class and State Insurance Department for
GENERAL FREIGHT name and number. 8/25TF baths close piano a jazz dance anyone wishing to take the state
HAULING Commercial Phone 964-7771 or 964 453*. 10/20TF: to schools Call 533-2233 class to be
Dance
taught Alive
Transport needs own.r/op.rotori. WELL DRILLING PUMPS ft SERVICE Dur.ranee SHORT ON CASH NO Down Payment after' '5 p.m. $300 monthly. 4tchg by licensing exam.
If you need training we will train you. Pump & Supply Co., Water Land I Package deals on land and new 12/\-22 the SFCC resident dance company The course includes 240 contact
You will opera Systems Specialists. 864 N. Temple LAKEFRONT CONCRETE In addition to basic classes in hours and would run for
your own tractor. If mobile home with '.'-up.. 1 acre-up. HOUSE 2 BR 1 approx-
you don't have, on., Commercial Ave., US 301, Stark., FI 32091. 9/8TF Many with large ,oaks and bo, fireplace, kitchen appliances In. Math, English, Science History. imately five months beginning in
Transport offers a purchaM program SU-El RETIREMENT HOME Day, week UNDERGROUND (No Mound) 'septic cludlng washer C dryer, carpet. CH&A. Social Sciences and Humanities', the February, Present plans call for the
that wa think ll on. of the twit 'In tnz long term stay. 468-2619. 11/17TF tanksI! I large laundry room. Located on Star schedule, includes businesscusses class to meet Tuesday and Thursday
Industry.you ore 21 or oveF and drink, OWN YOUR OWN BROKERAGE FIRM lor RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964.8879 lake Hawthorne, 20 minutes from in Accounting Management, evenings. and all day Saturday.
you may qualify, call for a complete information less than $500. Call 9645384. Stchg ONE ACRE ON DUPONT ROADt paved Gainesville $478 month first, last S Business Math and business Law. The cost would be $374 plus a $20
package Call weekday toll 11/24-12/8 rood $4500. 964.3321. Itchg 12/8 security required. No pets. Mon-Thurs Computer classes include Introduc applicaion fee. "
.. free 1-800-34'.2147. oik for CONNI'S CLOWN EMPORIUM Having a 8 (days) 904-781-6449 tion to Computers and Computer
operator ACRES CLEARED 15000. Coll ((904)) ; evenings Anyone Interested in taking the insurance
97, Commercial Transport It a divisionof party? Need a clown or California 261.0032.,4tpd: 12/8-29 904-786-8648; Frl-Sun.. Hawthorne Programming taught on the Computer course should stop by the
Raisin?
Call for
Information and
northAmerlvan Van Lines, a NorlolT appt. 904'81-4359. Jtchfl 12/8.15 Lab's "user friendly" IBM-
SFCC Starke Center or call 9645382.
964 9
Southern Corporation tubtldlary.'fcan 2985 Open a m.-S p.m. Man Sat. MOBILE HOMES 2 Bit, 1 bath with aif
ATTENTION HIRING Federal govern 4tpd 112.121'HOUSECU"'NING FOR RENT conditioning and covered patios. I mile PCs.Popular Professor April O'Connell
m.nt lob. In your area and overseoi. FOR HOLIDAY to downtown Starke. 964-7498.4/14TF. is teaching Psychology of Social
SEASON 'OR GENERAL, Reasonable.
Many Immediate TWO BEDROOM unfurnished house
openings without Behavior and Human Growth and
list From 5-9 p.m. call 964-3406 or from 8 ONE BEDROOM APT close in, elderly CH4A $225 month., 964-8848
waiting or tett. J17.8<40-$69,483, per or Developement. She will also put on a French Revolution
Phone call refundable. 602.838 8889.Kt. a.m.-S p.m., call 964-3172. 12/8-15 and children welcome. Small apartment eves 473-3627 12/8TF
JI1O06. fcan SEWING MACHINES All makes and complex, good neighbors Best to iris MOBILE HOME with 2 BR, t bo, play in Play Production three- Exhibition At
models cleaned oiled. and adjusted, call before 9JO a.m. 964.8601. 11/17TF stove, credit course.
EASY WORK! EXCEUENT PAY I Astern refrig. water furnished No Inside Thomas'
$15. 19 All work ONE BEDROOM Evening classes of interest Include' Gallery"The
ble products at home. Call for Informations years experience APARTMENTl ww pets 3 miles from Starke via
504641-8003 guaranteed Hwy. :233: ft 16 (Morgan carpet kitchen water, garbage ft, 100W $250 month 964.8813. Itpd 12/8 Dr. McFadden's Introduction to French Revolution Through
12/1.22 ext. 9579. 4tpd Rd.). Call 964.8733 'for haute coils. sewer furnl.hed.ZOO: per month, $100 TWO BEDROOM mobile home, excellent Ethics and Chuck McKeown's Prin- American Eyes," an exhibition of
PERMANENT POSITION 11/IOTF deposit. Call 1-468.1857. 2tpd 12/1.8 location furnished or unfurnished. ciples of Management. Assistant paintings and collages by Zuka
clerk/typlit, 40
hrs per week; available Dec 14. 1988. CARPETS STEAM CLEANED 9.95 per HOUSE FOR RENT Crosby Lake Shores. $:zOO month' plus $100 deposit. State Attorney David Giant will Mitelberg, opens December 4'at the
Apply at Job Service of Florida, 'call room,, 2 room minimum. S room $300 per month. ,818.887-8729?. 4t-d 964.8704. Itchg 12/8 teach Business Law. Thomas Center Gallery in I'.
964-8092. Itchg 12/8 special $44.75. Prices good thru'Dec, : 121.22ONE THREE BEDROOM HOUSE CH&A,1, 3/4 Gainesville, The exhibition was
NEED EXTRA CASH 20. We specialize in DuPont Teflon pro OR TWO BEDROOM apartment Indupl. bath, carpet screened porch, no pets the French-American
FOR CHRISTMAS Ora organized by
lector Stain ft odor removal, waterdamage ... Adults/ .
full-time only, 4681115 ,Stpd 964 5356: Itchg 12/8 i
lob? Try Avon.Call Ramona.782.3068.4Ichgl218.22 and ,carpet' repairs. Call 12/1-8 Foundation, with a grant from the
FURNISHED
APARTMENT bedroom
1
964...." 7 .m.-6 Man.Frl. LOW RENT Florience J. Gould Foundation, to
RECEPTIONIST full a p.m. : EFFICIENCY ROOMS! quiet, clean quiet Adults only. Houck Apts HELP WANTED '
time, permanentpetition celebrate the bicentennial of'the
,
964.89617 am.6 p.m: 964.8961 after 6 clean, no roaches, utilities paid no '9642358.: 2tchg 12/8-15
must be experienced and French Revolution of 1789 and
p.m. 3tchg 12/1-15 Children open-
or 964-5687. STATE
pet* 4tchg EMPLOYEES need home close
have bask, secretary skills, typing Ill- HOUSECLEANING SPECIAL We will 12/1.22 your work? We have clean,' mobile to' ADVERTISINGSALESPERSON ed at the, National Museum of

964 Ing. etc...,Call. for appointment pressure wash any tingle' story home RENT TO OWN 3 'BR, I'/, bath house, homes available' 468-1323. 10/8 IF Women in the Arts Washington, D,
e28O.: 273- EOE. Itchg 12/8 $39.95, Sing iewide mobile home fireplace, CH. AC: first,lass and security. FURNISHED ROOM with air all utilities C. in July. 1988. The Thomas Center

WOMAN yr. old WANTED In my home to babysit Man 9.FrU mo *Own 2'/' 19.95 roofs, ; ownlnSwindow.doublewldes/ 3495.., Carports screens,. Call 1-726-7651 after 5 p.m. ,12/1 TF paid. From $37.50 weekly Magnolia' for the Bird Dog-Apply Southeast Gallery is scheduled the only museum the in the
Hotel Walnut to host ex-
St. Post
by Office. TF
transportation. Call 964 after In Bradford
4371 S
walkway extra. mildew person.
ore Expert THREE BEDROOM. 1>/, bath, clean. closeto hibit, which will be on ,display,
p.m. Itchg 12/8 removal. Call .
964 4485 7 a.m to 6 p.m.Or Telegraph 135 W. CaD
prison Call.68-1323. 6/9TF through January 2,1989
GENERAL OFFICE Clerical
part-time. 964-8961 after 6 p.m. 3tchg 12115WORK .CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC St.. Starke
skills ,
required Knowledge of all WANTED mobile hone skirting extras reasonable .
rents. PINES,
general office procedures Including brick stone, stucco.Coll- 4734021. HELP WANTED .496-2366: SR 121 Lake Butler. 7/14TF-
tome typing, filing< telephone duties. Raymond Forsythe. 2tpd 12/8.15 ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT 'central,
'Proficient on 10.key adding and good BABYSITTING Now accepting children In PROFESSIONAL heat and air, close In, good neighbors; FliP \T1oopersContinue
with figures. Prior experience re, my home $35 weekly Call 9643545for at a small apartment complex. One License.
quired. Call 964-8820: Mon-Frl 8:30-4 Information Itpd 12/8 HOUSING SALESMAN trained pet allowed 964.8601, 12/8TF: '
NOW RENTING 'Vehi
p.m. Itchg 128CASHIERSSTOCK .MARSHALL'S I HANDYMAN SERVICE: LAWTEY APARTMENTS Inspections
now taking -
PERSON NEEDED Apply minor home repairs Call 964-4977.. Lie., Fastest growing mobile home for 1 >,2 bedroom apartments applications 1 & 2 Bradford County
Bedroom
In person Pep-O, 620 S.., Walnut., D-11782 2tpd 12/8-15 retailer In the US Is accepting' CHSA, fully equipped kitchen, will
Florida Patrol l
The
Starke. Itchg 12/8 JACKSON CLEANING SERVICE Get applications for sales drape 782-3531. New management. ,Apartments Highway
ready for the holidays I Let vs come In be .conducting driver license and
Equal .
Housing Opportunity 9/I5TF
Applicant must needto '
positions. :
e Under New 'vehicle checkpoints dur
and clean your home, no lob too big or Management inspection
HELP too small.' Inside general cleaning outside earn $3000 or more per e Wall to Wall Carpet ing the week of Dec. ,9 through Dec.
pressure washing. Free estimates. month. Must be 21 and have e Efficient 15 on SR-21,'SR-100,SR-230, SR-18.
'WANTEDPermanent 782338. 3tcha 128.22HOUSECLEANING reliable transportation Call NOTICEI Energy SR-16, CR-18, CR16. CR-21B,
BY THE HOUR OR JOB Mr..Reynolds at 964-6407. Did You Sell Your Property? e Central Location Between CR-225, CR-125, CR-229;' CR-231,
Position: References. 964-7874. 2tchg 12/1.8 e Do You Receive Payments; On a Starke and Gainesville CR-227 CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A

Clerk Typist, '40 Mortgage or Agreement for Deed? e F.M.HJV. Subsidized: In Bradford County.Recognizing .

hours week .Wouldn't You Rather Have ALL e Equal Housing OpportunityFOR the danger presentedto
per : Cash Now? the public by defective vehicle,
f 1 available December DENTAL. ASSISTANT Call Fred Farnsworth for Details18OO8454991 MORE INFORMATION' equipment,'' Troopers will concentrate
call their efforts on vehicles being
14 1988. WALDO46827V7
Apply at" NEEDED i97i operatedwith defects such as bad

" Job Service of .., ...',\,,_. ..." ,.... :_ I Lie Mtg. Broker Inverness. FL.' VILLAS brakes worn tires and defective.
1 FlbYicIa TWphondl( .4r' "*''Experience:;preferred but notrecpnred.Apply ", ., .,s ,"_ 'lighting will equipment be directed* la addition to drivers attention

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964-8092. who would violate the driver license-

in person at603East MONNA NUGENT laws of Florida.
The Patrol has found these checkpoints
e:. Realtor-Assoc.
Call Street, Starke to be an effective means of enforcing
1025 N. Main St.
No Down Payment
the leauipment and driver'
Randl-Houae O BOB WHITE m High Springe, FL, license laws of Florida while Insur-.

'. C&C Mini-Storage. G. Gray Flynn, DMD -- .....uw REALTY I..I::! 32843.t"UOll ing the protection of alit motorists,

Garages, 964-8848 24-Hr. Service Union CountyThe

Greenhouses Dob WhIte Florida Highway Patrol will
Office: (904) 454-S0LD (7653) be conducting driver license and
Storage Bldgs. '
WAINWRIGHTPECANS Home: (904) 984-4833 454-3675 vehicle inspection checkpoints dur
ing the week of Dec. 9 through Dec
1 3. Across Moving to or from Gainesville? Let us help With our: Multiple 15 on SR-100, SR-121, SR-231, SR.241,

From AND PRODUCE LIsting Service. We have access to hundreds of listings at our SR-238 'CR-18, CR-237 CR-229,

{OA rsines fingertips. Just look at some of these great deals, can us for CR-125, CR-231A., CR.24A,and.CR-.
: 796A in Union County
Before you buy a Christmas tree come and more detatIs.

look at the freshest and finest 6 & 7 foot trees Daycare enter: (T'3 g, 1 BAHome .Country Living

in Starke for only $18.OO! I Facilities with In Town on ,at Ita Best 2 BR.
1 BA on Fenced
4BR. 2 BA story Corner Lot Liquidation
Corner,Lot.
home in city '

We Buy. Sell & limits; $87.500 $1 C.509,00! 36900.00 Sale,

Indian River Oranges'
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AFFORDABL & GrapefruitWe Crack Pecans JEIr at

Ship Gift Boxes We've been in the 'Boogle's Dance

1111.E..Apartme6t Anywhere in US &,Canada ..pecanbuslnessforover Train ,- 'ClubStereo

922 Eo Bl'OwnIe St. 60 Years! To Be A .
crqufp. tables
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Camp Blandlq Rd. .' Professional Train to be a
State Farmers Market 301 North e Starke Fla. chairs freezer
Starke .S2Q91
SECRETARY TRAVEL AGENT microwave, clothes

964-7133 SEC/RECEPTIONIST! TOUR GUIDE '
,antiques, 'recor.ds..
AIRLINERESERVATIONIST
: EXEC. SECRETARY'' tapes. CD's and '
2"SBR. HERITAGEVILLAS Start
locally fuil-time/port-tlme
muchmore.
family I Learn word processing related much, i .
aecretqrlal skills. Home study and Start locally,tut time/part time ,
INVITED'30t
oriented with'Jaundry 607 Bradford Court in Starke resident training National Train on live airline computers PUBLIC

I headquarters. Pompano Bch. FL !Home study and Resident Training:

,y and Iaqe'pla'll'OGUti Applications for .F1INANCIAL. AID AVAILABLE Nan Hdqtrs. Pompano Bch.:Fla North - are FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE
Immediate occupancy JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE -
| ft JOB PLACEMENT,ASSISTANCE;. 1/2 mile north, of
being'' accepted on a 1 & 2, 1-800-432-3004
-- A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOLDIV. j limits., Regular
Low Income BR apartments. Monthly THE HART SCHOOL city

8.0, e: Hauling "i payments from $220 plus, .OF A.C.T. CORP., 1 8OO 432 3OO4 business hours

.,' Rent fox' 30' of Your 'utilities'. ''Handicapped tecradltod MemberNHSC > 964-5650 for''
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V. DURRANCE; )available at the Rental LAWOmCEOF

Office 607 Bradford
LANSING J. ROY
PU p.t'r[ 'Court, Starke I
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1 Mon-Fri. 9-5:30 p.m.Call 964-6216 310 S. Lawrence .
Keystone Heights. FL 32656 '.
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s .PumpsAll FOR SALE BY OWNEROne .. GENERAL PRACTICE OF LAW
I "A Full Service Law Finn" ""i'

0..lz e &:Two Acre Mobile Home LoU....3.5OO and Up ? 5 Attorneys & 2 Para egals''

e New 2 BR 2 BA Home In Graham.._...$40,000

2OO Acre near' Therea.......$1,000 acre :Divorce & Family Law. Business Transactions..'
e Beautiful lake Jots On road In Hawthorne
and
paved $25.OOO Up
Trial Work. Wills & Probate.' Social
Building Lot In Smokertse ..... tone $5.OOO Security Disability.
',e 2 Lots and Mobile Home.....KeyBtone.... $22.500 Insurance Law Accidents & Injuries. Bankruptcy Law., Fire Losses,

e 2.000 SQ. Ft. Home on 2 1/2 Ac. Rent or Sale $400/Mo Workers Compensation. Criminal Law (DUI 01 Felony-

VISIT OUR SHOWROOMFor FOR RENT!: Misdemeanor. Juvenile). Corporate and Business Law.

Your Plumbing Parts 2 Homes$2 OCO/miles MO north of Starke 3 BR. 1 BA. completely" 'furnish. State or Federal Court.. Zoning. Administrative & ,

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e Ocala National Forest hunting &: fishing retreat on
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," CECILIA A. BALDRIC 'M.D.
from'f>6< Starke, Keystone Heights and Lake of the Starke Branch of Santa Fe use in the business environment.
Chamber's Education Committee Community College, chair Students see, many for the first
Butler have responded to the serves as PEDIATRICIANannounces
hari found this type of partnering by cooperating fully with opportunity the man of the Education Committee. time, the variety of career choices
program to have a wide scope organizers of the Other members of the cgrnmittee that are available to them when they '
program.The
business activities in other areas first Career Shadowing Day in Include Becker, George Bowen graduate and a better understandingof the recent opening ,of
range from providing tutors and Starke was widely praised and Millard Brown, Joe Bula, Med Con the free enterprise system.
sponsoring educational contests to highly successful, both in the nelly, Linda Day,Jim Duncan,Gray This new businesseducation'partnership : her Starke Office
providing tours and throwing bar-b-) number of participants and in the Flynn, Don Luebke, Linda Patrick, Was kicked off at a meeting
Other for high academic achievers. enthusiasm in which the first-year Bernard Ruckdeschel, David Smith last August attended by Interested
state schools, have provided program was received by all of those James Wainwright and Orian Wells school personel and Chamber of Primary Specialty: Newborns & Children
displays for business sites, con involved. There is a growing nationwide Commerce members.
ducted parenting parenting movement toward increasing The'' business people has an Interest Secondary Specialty:Adult Medicine
workshops for business.employeesand "One of the most important goalsof cooperation between businesses and in seeing the education
sponsored ,Business Appreciation Career Shadowing is to promote a schools. system turn out students better Accepts::
Weeks. between the.school wide of prepared for the world of commerceand
good relationship Educators facing a array
"The types Of activities partners system and the business community new social, financial, legal and capable of being trained for ,a Blue CrossflBlue Shield, P.P.C. Insurance
can participate in are limited only ," Becker said. "The longer we managerial problems, have, sought specific industry which could moveto ,and Medicaid Insurance
by the imagination and commitmentof continue to encourage the programto assistance from the business: ,coma this area.
,those involved!," Becker com grow the more meaningful that munity.In Dr. Bernard McFadden told the
mented.! ,relationship will be."' turn, business leaders are group that he and Superintendent OFFICE,HOURS:,

recognizing their communities that the and quality the quality of life in of Tallahassee Duncan/ returned sponsored from a meeting,by' the in Mon. *Fri. 1-4; Saturday 11-2
ObituaryIra Florida Chamber of Commerce and
I the Cuture' workforce 'are directly
linked to public education, hive the State Department of Education 86-1N. Temp Avenue, Suite A
(Across from Pizza Hut)
the
become involved with "with conviction that we mightbe
more directly
Belle Anderson year-old grandson Robert'Gacioch the the smallest county in the state to After,lours
schools as a result :
and 3295'
nieces nephews.
Mrs.Ira'Belle Anderson,48,of Old'Town and Funeral several services were held Sun- Some of the benefits of' the collaboration have one,but we" can' have a partnership 964- 75.5.2411' ,?52.2GSJ

died Friday Nov 18 in a hun day, Nov. 20 at the First United to students are that they program.
ting'accident. ,' Methodist Church in Old Town with become better informed consumers
A native of Suwannee,:Fl.f'and a Rev. David L. Leonard officiating. and better prepared employees.:
homemaker; she had lived several Burial was,in Old Town Cemetery Students also gain ,a better
years in Starke and was manager of, understanding' of ,how basic1'ill Is
the Magnolia Hotel. LIFE INSURANCE
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She is survived by her husband, piU1Y
'_ Joe II Anderson; a son, Steven MOSLEY AUTO SALES I
Gacioch of Starke; a ,daughter, ,
Cheryl Gacioch of Providence, R.I.; ''U.s. 301 South, St rkc, Florida
hermother, Selma McKinney of
We had much last week "' -ron OIL FOR ENGINES.
Starke three brothers, Loye Hall of so response :
Chicago, BB Hall of Suwannee, and .
said pia
Let's Do It !
'Charles Hall of Hampton; a sister, Jimmy Again
Juanita Jackson of Starke; ,one- "'U OURI .,.unll
Y _., __ When treat I t work harder And ,
you your engines-right' t they'll :: they'll
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,;, appreciation for the role of trees all. I 8-6 P.M. CALL Gull Super Duty Plus is highly recommended fat> use'in mixed fleets and

the guardians WILDLIFE of fresh magazine.air. NA.TIONJIL MON.-SI\T. a OOH:?,t: )' I SUPER for equipment\ operation under |l.11ost.dl% If,'SltuotIOIlSIGulf

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I from 7BWillmgham Rose charged with wilful-wanton court supervision, violate no laws. 'Tommie Lee' Davis pled guilty' Misdemeanor Court restitution,''will dismiss if leaves for
; P-8e reckless driving, case dismissed. Susan Martin Jones pled guilty ,DUI; fined$1,'225. license suspended service.
'{tr"':", pled guilty NVDL Charles Sylvester Doles pled guilty DUI; fined $437.50., license suspended permanently, ten days in Jail on Debra Ann Blake pled guilty petit Marvin Covington pled guilty petit
theft retail thft months
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i motorcycle; fined 12025. unlawful tag: dismissed. six months, 50 hours communitywork weekends, Tri County Probation one ; six theft, retail theft; Tri County Proba-
'11\,, \ Lori Mitzel Brooks pled no contest Doles pled guilty DWLS, ,attend DUI school, Trl County year attend advance DUI school County work Probation costs, waived.50 hours com tion, 50 hours, community work,
\ .: failed yield making left turn;;, $32 presented valid license; $50 court Probation one year Davis charged with DWLS; munity Kenneth >Eugene pled make restitution, costs waived
t I',.' 1 J court costs. costs and dismiss. Jones charged with,! DWLSp;. .dismissed.Joe !. guilty conduct Pressley will Vivian Barnes charged with
:<:,1 ,:, Ashley Rogers Stoddard pled guilty Laura Ann Smith pled no contest dismissed Alan Prevatt pled no contest dismiss disorderly and waive costs if ; into breach of the peace; dismissed.
,"':' ( NVDL: provided proof of license, DWLS; presented valid license and Michael Andrew Mclntosh DUI fined $700, license suspendedsix service. goes Joe Alan Prevatt pled guilty litter-
dismIssed.. pay $50 or pay $120.25. contest DUI. fined $43750 license months, Tri County Probationone Jon Eric Nelson pled guilty ing; $50 court costs, Tri County
,4 Brent Kelly Wilson pled guilty; Michael H. McCarroll pled guilty suspended six months, 50 hours corn year disorderly conduct and possession of supervision. A charge of resisting officer
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1 Herbert Hawkins charged with Tri County supervision six months sion one year, attend DUI school guilty' DUI; fined $43750, attend months,violate no laws,500 word Cynthia Lavonne Chapple pled' no
DWLS' dismissed. McCarroll pled no contest wilful- pay fined within ten months. DUI school, 50 hours community 'essay on evils of alcohol. contest petit theft, 30 days court probation
Hawkins pled no contest DUI; fin- wanton reckless driving (charge Raymond Randal Bell pled guilty work or may donate two pints blood, Arnold Mitchell pled guilty con- $50 court costs: '
ed $700, license suspended five reduced from DUD? fined 437.50,, wilful-wanton reckless driving Trl County Probation. struction of water well without pen 'Deborah Blake pled guilty retail
years, one year Tri County Proba- attend driver improvement school, (charged reduced from DUI> fined mit', fined $120.25. theft, six months Trl County Proba
tion, attend DUI school placed on Trl County;: supervision six $700, license suspended one year.; Nov. 8 Clyde, Irvin Goff pled no contest Hon,,50 hours community work
1 Tony Aaron Rose pled guilty DUI; months. Bell charged with unlawful Ann Terwillegar Nelson pled no taking or attempting to take deer
,' fined $437.50, license suspended six .James Trueman Lee pled guilty dismissed. tag, contest to wilful-wanton reckless during closed season, fined $120.25.A Peter Andrew Gooderham pled no
j": ,' months, attend DUI school 50 hourst DUI; fined $362.50 license suspended Alford Charles'Swafford pled no driving;: fined $500, $500 costs, attend charge of trespass, dismissed. contest possession, less than 20
: community work, Trl\ County supervision six months 50 Hours community contest DWLS; ten days in jail on DUI school. Charge, of DUI; Jeremy Boyett pled guilty, grams of marijuana will dismiss if
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un.: .. ., : Area Land Sales I

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i 1 Land sales in 'Bradford County L. J. Kite' to Terry Wayne and Lou to Miles N: Carter and Tammy Golf view Subdivision, $9,500 E. Jeff and Phyllis A. Stafford to Ernest E. and Carlie Mae Tnest to
\.t I were brisk during the month of July. Michele E. Fox, parcel 27, NW4 of S. Williams parcel InNWft of SWft' Thomas W and Sheila W. Naumanto ,Jesse J. ,and Ellen Lucille Ricks, Gary L. and Ilene M. O'Steen parcelin
registering a total of over\! $1.4 "SW V section 11, T7S, R21E $4,500. section 5, T8S*R22E, $18,000. Wilbur W. and Lillie Eo Parnsh, N parcel in SEV of section 7, TVS, NWV4 of SEV4,, section 35, T7S,
j.;,;, million. However, only two sales Earl R. and Hazel Kraft to Frank Jerry L. McGriff to Earl C and 550 ft, of 2.39 acre parcel in SEV of R22E; $7,500.Richard. R22E. $1,800.Linda ,
,\ \i" were for more that $100,000: The and Esther Porreca, lots 4, 6 and 8. Jewell Reddish, parcelds in parts of SWA,section 27, T6S, R22E, 70000. Rau, et.al. to Mike L. and,
"t.. ", Signature Group, Inc. to Craig R. block 27, in the original Town of lots 1.2, 3 and 4, block 36,.Crosby Calvin Rodney, Jr. and Zita Beverly K Hanks, V" interest in Kay Williams to Timothy L.
j and Deborah L, Wiser, a parcel In Starke, $22,500.Donald Lake Shores $21,000 Rodney to Hubert and Blanche Hall, parcel in section, T9S, R22E and and Carol Bradford .24 acre In lot
h'. ,' block,3, Government lot 2, Section, Christopher and Elaine Lt Ernestine B. McRae to Scott lot 27, Parkwood Subdivision in Cityof section 7 T9S, R22E, 4000. 55, Parkwood Subdivision, City of
26,'T6S R21E Lakeside, Sampson Lott to Lawrence A and Marilyn R Anderson,32.5 acres in Wof NW'/? Starke, $45,000: ,Geraldine Thornton to John S, and Starke, 35000.
t' Lake, $145,000; 'and Paul H. and Downey, '3 acres In NW'/4' of SW'/4' section 23, T6S, R21E, $37,500. Harry A Rowe to Fredrick W; and 'Jacquelin B. Totura, lots 4 and 5 Betty J. Win ate to 'Bradford'
Irene L. Faulkner First United section 5, T8S, R22E, 52400. Lawrence and Linda G. Mosley to Nilde,A. Sackett, lot in the NW'/4 of block I, Davis and Truby's Addition? County, parcels in section, }12, TBS,
Methodist Church of Starke 230 L. ,
i 1'o-I acces; in NEV of SE'/i. section, 20" Donald Christopher and Elaine Lee CAsey Construction, Inc., lot 4, SE'/ii section 31.. ':T7S R22E. $2.500. to Town of Starke, $36,000. R22E $47,500.

1 T6S, R22E, in 'the City of, Starke,:
,\t i ,$110,000. -
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deeds recorded in the office of the
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ti t ;;. ; $1,000 are considered in this report
f h 7'' Thomas L. and Donna M. Ard to
I:,,;,,i l George, and Daisy M Devin, lots 9, .
f !. and 10, Paradise. View, in SVj of EASONorDYINGS :,:: ."
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\". ,.l' Boyd D. Baker to David L. Fenton : ,'
t' ,lots 1.2, 3,4, and E'' lot 5, block 1,
$, Dowlings Subdivision, in N'\\J, of Truck Anywhere !'
I i. NWV4; of NWV4, secttion 25, T7S, ;
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{ Belcher to Bermce, Epps,
j '4.47 acres in' lots A B, 1 and 2 of J
: Davis Brother's and Truby's Subdivision -
*' ", City of Starke, $35,000. ,
/ ; Dolores L.,'Boyce to Douglas' L.
and Charlene J Mains* parcel 8, 9,
and 10,.containing 15 acres in EVfc of
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,.I ''Bradford County Development.
;', ,Authority to G. K.and Diane F. Ely, 1989
: 1.49 acres in The Industrial Park,
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)\ Bradford Land and Cattle Co.,Inc. ,
i( 'i{ to Roger L. and Nancy L. Mitzel,1.16 -
t: ; acres,' lot 14, River Bend Estates, S-1O
\ 'i. Graham. [section 19, T7S, ,R22E Chevy
t $10,000 ; ;
Bradford Land and Cattle Co.,Inc.. _

to acres Norman lot 13 and, River Diane Bend McNeal Estates, 1.78', 4 CyL. ,Fuel Injected 5-speed- CO/D) ,, ,'; :"' '

(?I. ,Graham, section 19, :TVS,' R22E,. transmission,A/C. AM radio. Rglly :; ,',f.\

d''' $5,000. wheels, rear, bumpe'h. ',./i: :{
t C. R, and Sybil E. Brasswell to $8288.. .
f' Ada R. Allen, 1 acre in SWft of : ;. )'it", __
: NWft, section 3, T7S. R22E, $25,000: ( ':
Harold P. and Sheila, B. Bridges to ,$ {"' s10 Pickup
f Joseph E. and Margaret Bass ', (P.E.G:Et l
Bridges, lot 18,,Lakeview, on Santa "

\I''I 1 Fe Jack Lake Moo$58,000.and Marilyn R..:Courtnay'i 149 14.9"% 66 Mos.", ,$1 9 9 Down

{, to'' Gerald Griffis Construction Co.. !15.9454Mos.!
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Inc.; lot 61 Keystone Club Estates" -
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; ,.,'' Cecil E. and Theodora A Hampton, "
4.77 acres in SWV4 of SWy4, section
35, T5S, R22E, 13500. '
: : Gilbert Q. and Louie Bell Crosley Huge Used Car Liquidation Sale
to Jim Graham, parcel in NW'/4 of

1 I SEV4' section 7, T7S, R22E, $7,409..
', ,. Ronnie C/and Norita V Davis to '
1\\ ,John D. and Toyce F. Cnbbs. all You'll Never' See ;Pre-Owned Cars'' Prices:' :this Low AgainThis
I block 1 except lot 8, and all of block ;
.Security Homesites in NWV4 of

,NWft section 35, T6S, R22E,$31,000. Sale Good thru December 31, 1988
i: Diane Snow, Inc., to Thomas ,A.-,
I' and Rose L. Smith and Timothy W.
.j and Connie J. Hannon, portion of 1988 'MODEL NEW BRASS .HAT: 'FACTORY CARS
I block .A,. Blanding Subdivision, : _
!' $16,500 '
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I Eppie Kearnes and 'Tennie Lee AT LIQUIDATION ;PRICES
Ellis to James D. Fowler, lots 23 and ,
24 block 2, Santa Fe Shores,$25,000. Olds 'Chevrolets Below Dealer Cost
bavid L.Fenton to Boyd D. Baker and.Pick-Ups ,
fractional part of NI( of NWV ofNW !
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; Gerald, Griffis Construction Co,, \ CP 9.999.00', .87,Suzuki CP 6,999.00 87 Jeep'' ''CP,6.999.oq 86 Ford cP 85 Chev CP 5.499.00
Inc.. to Herbert E. and Ruth Nor- Beretta* '. 10,999.00 *",
x:4.: Wrgl. F150 M/C
man .36 acres partly inNE' of "
,, SE'/4 of section 20, and partly' in' Auto" 199.00' '199.00 4x4. 199:00: ;Lariat 199.00 199.00
NW'/4: of SWV4 of section 21, T6S '
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R22E, in the City of Starke. $7 OOO., ; Down ,,5sPeed.Ac. Down Convertible, 'DOW 4x4.* ,Down. ps. pD' Down ,
}; Irene Goodwine to Donald C1 and TW,8 mIles 5 Speed V8, Jf,AC,
Patricia Portis part of W 4 of NEV4
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of SE'/4p section? 18, 'T6S, R22E, Mo 219.00 Mo 199.00 Mo 154.00 deg, .33,0001lles76 279.00 MQ 156.00BsTon
$3,000. .
Inman. Elise G. Pass to Harold' W. and
I Idalene A. Taylor, .52 acres in NEV4 Cf 16.999.00 ffl 'CP 5,980.00 87,Olds CP89 9.00 86'Pont' CPB,499.00 85 Subaru P4,999.00
of section 20, T6S, R22E, $11,000.' .
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Hazel M Arrington, 6.42 acres inN Van* 199.00 199.00 4Dr..I6K 199.00 ''Sunroof V6. 199.00 199.0
W of SEV4,,section. 15,TIS,R22E, P/U..
'I+ $23,400.' Loaded, Down mUes,1W, Down 1'L.1'bV, cc Down 4 Dr., rw,13.; Down
Ona G. Jacobsen, Ina L Mott and 350.AT. 5 speed, Down cc Loaded' AC. NIce
Roland T. Stern to Roland T. and PW, l'L, 1W 23.000 AT, 30K miles Car. 38.000CL"
Lucinda Stem, parcel in SWV of AC 134.00
224.00
Mo,382.00 miles miles
199.00
NEV4, and N' of NWV4 of SEV4,sec 'I r Mo 129.00 Mo Mo Mo
'lion 23, T6S R22E, $44 000.
.u Clifford W.;Jones to Jeffrey L. and
Susan D. Terrell, lot 12, Seminole'' '
I' Ridge, Unit 6, section 12,T9S, R22E',,., 87 S10 CP 7,495.00 87 Chev CP 495.00 86 Ford GP:: 7,999.oo '86 Chevy ,,CI P 1, .99.00 .83 Chevy CP 5,999.00PU

156,400.Doyle R.: and Donna Jean Kehoe to Cavalier F150. 1. Impala.

Christopher G. R. Chiappml, lot 30, 199.00 Wgn 199.00 44*. 199.00 '199.09 199.00
Seminole Ridge, Unit 2, $65.000. ,vsACPS AT.ACP5, 4 Dr:.
L. J. and A. R. Kite to Edwin E. PB.27.000 Down ATAC; Down, DO"NV '1 Down Down, '
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and Paulette Conway,lots in SWV4ofNEV4 28,0001't3.V8. mJ5I'JOOOV8.' ,
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section 11, TVS, R21E, $9,000.L. es'I AMJFM' rs, I'D miles. AT, AC like .
J1 and A. R..Kite to James M. Mo205.00 ,Mo ,,187.00 Mo211.00 Mo';211 00 new 'Mo 159.00
and Sandra D. Lewis, parcels 6 and '. 1 .
'7, 'NWV4, of SWft, section 11, TVS,-
R21EL $9,000. ti ,
i L. J, and A. R. Kite to Jeff D. and
Kim A. Parker, parcels 3, 4 and Sin
}'I NWtt 'of SWft. section 11,. T7S,
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t R21E, $13,500. '
<. L. J, and A. R. Kite to Bernice -
Stewart, pared) 28, In S'/i of NEft. ,. 0 "
section 11, TVS, R21E $5,000. 19647500J 11f
L. J. and A. R. Kite to Robert D. ,
Magyari and Alma Nazworth 2.79
acres in NEV4 of NWV4,section 11,. CHEVROLET ____ _
f TVS, R21Ed $9,800.L. Hwy 301 ,North : 372-0103
J. Kite to George D., Jr. and ---'Mon.-Frl. S,3Q-SPM
Kathleen G. Wilkinson, parcels 24 Starke Sat. 9-APM =Sun. .1:5PM OLDSMOBILE
and 25 in NWt of SWft section 11,
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