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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 15, 1990
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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There.. no weather systems threatening a change In our clear, School News. . .. .. .,. ..'A
cool and pleasant weather here in northeast Florida within the next Sports . .. .. .. 7.10.12A I. ? 't,1 i
o four or five days, say the forecasters. ........ .. . .. .. ... .. ..SATurkology 1 1 I
Continued sunny warming up In the afternoons to near 80 Contort. ... .,. .. .lOA
and dropping back Into the mioVfortys by morning, will continue (port. . . ... .. .. 1O.11 nipb
through the weekend. "fit

A cold front now In the Rocky Mountains not expected to reach SECTION Si 14 '.... !
Florida. A cover of light clouds in the Atlantic may drift over the landing Mu..um..1,1ls

peninsula, but no rain will result. Cr......N.ws. .. .., .2.1."
Another tropical disturbance is in the southern Caribbean Sea N._ Short. . .. 4.S.8S
near Yucatan and Latin America, but water temperatures are cool 'Obttuarlm . 0 .. .. .. M
and no intensification is expected. Movement is westward.A cycllngT .. 0 0 0 0 0 .78 The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
new moon will occur Saturday leaving the nights dark CI..If'l Ad., 0 0 0 0 0 0 ..',10B
throughout the period. Special' Olympics. O' . . 118 nUh Year STARKE,FLORIDA 35 Cents Copy
18th Issue Thursday November 15. 1990 LISPS 062-700



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Scouting for Food... y Ix: ale Waste

Local Boy Scouts distributed
bags last Saturday, Nov. 10, for the ,
"Scouting for Food" program.
Please fill the bags with nonperishable -
foods and place outside
your door before 7 a.m. next Satur- qr Deal
day, Nov. 17. 4N
The food will be used by the r
Bradford Ecumenical Ministries The New River Solid Waste
during the upcoming holidays, Association (NRSWA) was given a
Thanksgiving Christmas. go-ahead on its proposed Ellerbee

Gator QB Club... ( o i Curve landfill by attorney Jon Wer-
:
,, : show, at a regular meeting of the
The Starke Gator Quarterback ? k' governing board Tuesday
dub meeting is set Thursday (today November 13 at the Bradford County
) Nov. 1&,at 6:30 p.m.,at the courthouse.
fairgrounds. Chill prepared by Wershow told the board that the
Steve Denmark, followed by program request for an administrative hearing
at 7:30 p.m.Speaker from >% has been voluntarily withdrawnand
the University. r construction can proceed if per
Bus seats available for the FSU- mits are in order.
Fla. game, $20 each and proof of DER (Department of Environmental
game ticket. Call Hazel Hardy,.ph. li : Regulation) in
964-7451. Tallahassee has approved the per-
.j mit request, and an order has been
Friday Frl.nds... sent to the Jacksonville office to

Friday Friends will meet in issue the permit, according to Solid
James Croft.The
Waste Coordinator
Fellowship Hall Methodist Church,
,
at 12 noon, Friday,Nov. 16. a. '.,. i4 permit should be forthcoming within
.1* two weeks, Croft indicated.
Bring a friend and a covered
dish. Meat will be furnished. Sue William Griffis, representing the
Citizens Committee who petitionedfor
Crum will the
present program. the adminstrative hearing objected -
I' ir to the term 'voluntarilywithdrawn'
UMW Bazaar... stating"We did not

United Methodist Women will 4 voluntarily come off the hearing, it
hold an annual church bazaar was money. We were shoved out
Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. moneywise."
14-13, offering a wide variety of At the same meeting Allan
gifts and crafts in Fellowship Hall. Williams, head of Jacksonville's
Soup, Chill, drinks and desserts public utilities department, made a
will be available during bazaar e proposal to the association to combine -
hours for a$3 donation. Sandwichesand with Duval County In developing -
extra desserts will also be a landfill on Trail Ridge near
available. Thursday only. Maxville.
Bazaar hours, Wednesday, 3-8. Association attorney Jon Wershow
''''' p.m. Thursday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. advised the New River board that,
:!'f' Everyone; invited. ..*> 0." to- under the interlocal agreements
_''''',''4.'_'' "", 0 ""__1"1'" ... already entered into between the
II! S11 glu.f.:. : 1, ,three. counHeq...pna county;. Baker.
)a cannot act alone, but must have concurrence
The Rock; Buff Band1wttTbetT> ) t( from the other member
,
+ Ing for your,dancing and listenun1* counties.

pleasure, Saturday, Nov. 17, S-1Z'; lga The proposal includes a provisionthat
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.. p.m., in the Lake Butler Commus({ -: Baker County allow expansionof
0, ty Center. Donations by member the Trail Ridge landfill into Baker
\ $4, others$5. All singles over agtt-3r 23 County after the Duval County property
welcome! BYOB. becomes filled, in about 23

> ,Gospel 1 Sing... Il''i ti.t ; ;. toI years The addition according of to about Williams.120 tons per i

\ 'The Souls Outreach day from New River Association will
Hampton will sponsor a shorten its life about one year,

'Sing Saturday, Nov. 17. 3'! I_ :: w 3 Williams noted.
Featured singers will When the Duval site reaches its
KTnvflll Sounds" from UntnMl1! = capacity, Baker county will acceptthe
Ga. f same amount of waste from
Hawking Bradford Pecans... Jacksonville that the New River
o United Daughter" Association has taken into Duval
The scene above was at the State Farmers Market on US-301 north. R.O. Dansby (bottom, left) Is talking to Thornton Hartley Agriculture county, according to the proposal.
The W.T. Weeks cha the Starke,last Thursday November 8,as 18,750 pounds of pecans were aucwriter for the Jacksonville Times Union. Dansby has a small pecan or- Once that point has been reached
united Dauaghters of theCon.' tloned by market manager Bob Allen (bottom, right, to 22 buyers, at the chard south of Starke and has been selling pecans at the Starke market Baker county will then be paid a host
federacy meets at 2 m..Wonday, season's first pecan auction. for 12 years. fee for Jacksonville's waste, which
Nov. 19, at the home of Mr;: could amount to well over$1 million

.. I Herbert- Thomas, 818 Watt; St. Local Pecans Bring Good Prices; Nuts Scarce Elsewhere annually.The whole timetable will change,

BH Auxiliary....,A, the time will be extended, Williams
The Bradford Hospital Auxiliary Picking up pecans is a pecuniary here than in other areas of the state United States. It started in 1939 when there, an area where pecans usuallyare said, if the southeast landfill, near
.1" which Allen said. the market was established and has produced in abundance.
around here this usually produce St. John's becomes
county
meets 'profession year. opera-
for dinner at 6 p.m., Monday but the is
here is not become a tradition, J.R.Wainwrightsaid. "Prices are food, crop
A: The yield a bumper crop, tional. Jacksonville is continuing to
Nov. 19, at the Western Steer V who
said
People and 22 buyers from all over but is up from previous years and not too heavy, Dansby, work towards getting the site ap-
i Steak House. Administrator
Hospital
Joanne Baker will Florida and from out of state boughtthe the quality is improved. The auction provides a place for has been selling at the Starke auc proved, and will continue to pursue
here because of people with small quantities of tion for 12 years. "There are more "
that went
I t. the business 18,730 pounds of pecans Prices are higher that aim, he said.
speak during meeting
which begins at 8:30 across the Bradford Farmer's a national short supply. Plus, most pecans to sell to buyers at com here than most places though. The southeast landfill site has
: p.m. Market last Thursday, Nov. 8, of the buyers were professionals who petitive prices. Buyers came from Trenton, been held up for three years already,
for their business R.O. Dansby, retired with a few Ellisville (near Lake City), the Live and
Pro-K Parnts.. averaging 80 cents per pound, higher need pecans and citizens of St. John's county
than usual and preventing buyers Starke s David Wainwright. heavily pecan trees in SW Starke; said he Oak area Monticello Fort Myers, other nearby residents are continu-
A Pre-K intervention Parent from bidding."I involved in the bidding, told one lady picked up by all the 700 pounds of indicating the scarcity of pecans. ing their protests to permitting the
meeting is for Tuesday Nov. 20 don't remember any year when who asked why bids couldn't start pecans he brought to the auction. Herman Manning of Talmadge
, in the BC Scset Board offlce; on N. prices were higher," said Market lower to give her a chance. Dansby uses a pecan plucker so he Ohio,arranges his winter trips south site.The Trail Ridge site"is a high and
; Temple Ave. A video will be shown, Manager Bobby Allen, who says the Wainwright works with his father doesn't have to bend down. "It's just around the Starke pecan auction, dry site,the best site In Duval County
t'. ;. beginning at 7 p.m.Thanksgiving. prices are probably records. JR. Wainwright, in a produce like a hen picking up kernals of says Bobby Allen. Manning drove to but it happens to be on the borderof
0 K' Stuart sold highest, averaging business In another part of the corn," Dansby said. Starke from Savannah, GA, on his Baker County," said Warren
; 4 ,.. around $1 per pound. However, market. The Wainwrights also help Dansby said he got 87 cents per way south to visit his daughter.Two Smith, engineer with Waste
.',. 0' 0 A Thanksgiving worship service R.O.Dansby got $110 per pound for with the auction. pound for several bags of Curtis auctions are planned this Management Inc.
,I U\.;will be held at 10 a.m., Thursday, his Stuarts and held the record for a The Wainwrights( are also pecan pecans he took to, he market. Curtis year; another is scheduled Nov. for 29, The City of Jacksonville would
Nov. 22 Thanksgiving day in the little while until another batch of dealers who will sell one pound or a nuts usually bring around 65 to 68 and 22 buyers have signed up allow NRSWA use of the Trail Ridge
. load cents Dansby said. that sale, ,Allen said. Last year,
Methodist Church. Everyone Stuarts went for $1.25. trailer ,says J.R.Wainwright. per pound, fill at the same cost as Jacksonville
. }, Welcome. Curtis and seedling nuts averaged ; there was only one auction. will pay, $15.09 per ton tipping fee.
said'II'
told
Dansby sent some of his Allen, who conducts the sale "
told the Is
,,9' around 80 cents per pound. The elder Wainwright "This a firm contracted price,
The pecan crop is light this year crowd gathered for the sale this is pecans to a friend in West Florida buyers to "Look at the" nuts good. Williams stated.An escalator clause '
\: .BHS Football... but there are more pecans around the only pecan auction left In the because the friend could not get any You buy what you see. will limit Increases to 70% of a +I
J. ,
". 800 tickets to the regional football popular economic Index. i

t' at play-off the BHS game business in Tampa office are, at on$4 sale Brooker Council Overrides Mayors Veto-Voters To Decide on Mayoral EliminationThe operated The landfill by Waste will Management be owned and of

r.1 _ch. Call Wanda Prevatt. 9844800. Brooker council flexed it's setting up a city election on the Attorney Johnny Hobbs and the members, Sue Davis, Jim Bryant, North Jacksonville.America, Inc.It will under be contractto above
i 24 bus seats still available.. council the ,in Pierce and Gene Melvin
muscle issue. sparred over way George will
Tuesday Nov. 13, in ground to a height of 145 feet and
The election slated for Tuesday, which the issue was handled by At- voted yes on the motion to overridethe soil
unanimously overriding Mayor Ted have a multi lined bottom of ,two
Flu Vaccln... Blgham's veto of the ordinance Nov. 27, appeared to be in jeopardyfor torney Hobbs and the council.On veto, and the election will standas 60 mil plastic membranes and two

., The Bradford County Public eliminating the mayor's position and a time, as Mayor Bigham, City a ,roll call vote the four council scheduled, Tuesday, Nov. 27. leachate collection systems one im-

Health Department has received mediately above each plastic mem-
another shipment of Flu vaccine; brane, so that If one leaks the second
and will be offering flu shots for $5 Body FoundIs will contain the leak.
'\ each. Christmas Parade Set Dec. 8The The landfill will occupy 200 acres
'\ Shots will be administered Starke WomanThe of a 1,288 acre tract,with a substantial

, ; Fridays, 1:30-4 p,m, through. body of a black female Starke-Bradford County judging, prior to the start of the parade route will go south on "Environmental timbered buffer on protection all sides. (of

t\i November. found Oct. 14 in Alachua County Chamber of Commerce Christmas parade.Interested. Thompson Street to South Street this site and design) is clearly above
has been identified as that of a Parade Committee Chairman Steve clubs, churches and where it will turn right (west) andproceed anything in northeast .Florida. We
Starke woman. Futch said the Chamber's Annual other organizations are encouragedto to Walnut Street on South are pleased with the. price," said
Upcoming... .Betty Delores Covington, 36, Christmas Parade is scheduled for have entries in the parade.A Street. .Williams. "We have a full time professional
Public meetings scheduled In the was recently reported missing by Saturday, December 8, beginning at schedule of events and enter- staff and will make our ex-
coming weeks are: her family according to the 10 a.m. tainment will be provided to the north Walnut Street pertise available to the association"
Turning on ,
, Stark Pension Board meets at 3 Sheriffs Department. The body be at public at a future date. he said. Also, "we will approach our
forms picked the will to Madison
Entry may up parade proceed "
found In wooded area near and ..
was a delegation
legislative help.
Tuesday Nov. 20 in City Hall.
p.m. Walnut
the Chamber office at 201 S. Street. On Madison Street, the
Starke City Council meets at 7:30 Brooker but in Alachua County.The get approval to use the $2 million
964-5278 for Court
Street, or call ph. more parade' will move west to
: p.m. Tuesday,Nov.20, in City Foul play is s undisclosed.The information. Parade Route... Street; It will proceed north on grant, earmarked for landfill construction -
: cause of death Is at Ellerbee Curve, for
medical examiner said Parade entries will assemble at 9 Court street then east on Call Streetto other Williams promised f
o Bradford County Commission could have been dead Trophies will be given to the top a.m. on N. Water Street behind Walnut Street. Turning north off things,
meats at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Covington three floats who observe the parade Florida Pest Control Store building. Call Street onto Walnut street, the Tn a goon case scenario, we could
months. Court ..
No*. M, In the Courthouse.BC as long as three be on line .
records in Bradford County list theme, "All hearts come home for It will move out at 10 a.m., going parade will proceed to the First tthheaboadetght months,
School Board meets at 7 p.m., aa being arrested Aug. Christmas," south on Water Street to Call Street. union Bank parking lot or to the city Smith told
Covington .
Monday, Nov. 2E. in Administration 11 on a warrant with release the Turning west on Call Street, it will parking lot in front of city hall,' DER has accepted the permit.
\ Budding N.Temple Ave. following day. Awards will be presented after the proceed to Thompson Street. The where the parade will disband quest as being complete and correct.





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War Dead HonoredIn


I Vet Day



"Freedom is not free. It Is costly.It -. World War I:
has to be paid for over and over" Four Bradford
said a moved Alcee P. Rodrigue, a Army Camps in the
veteran of the Korean War and now
Lanier Droke
Douglas, ,
commander of American Legion
Ervin Minton.
Post 56, after a list of Bradford war One Bradford Countlan
dead was read at Veteran's Day .
In transport to France:
ceremonies Monday, Nov. 12. Crosby.
A new memorial park, dedicated Three Bradford
by Starke Mayor Ed Wall and named killed in action in France
"The City of Starke Veterans .Pvt. Willie J. Jones,
Memorial Park" honoring veterans 7th Field Artillery,. ::
of the wars of the United Slates was AEF (American,
dedicated in a joint Veterans Day- Force), killed near
Dedication Ceremony sponsored by France, May 9, 1918;
the American Legion Post.The parkwas
villers, France. .
built by the city and is on city Pvt. Neal Langford
property. Machine Gun
Some 150 veterans their families Brigade, 1st Division,
and friends, other citizens,the Brad- Marne
Valley, near
ford High Band, the Bradford Mid France, July 18, 1918. i
dle School drill team sponsored by Richard
Lt. R. White I
EMH teacher Verdell Long, the ding 3rd Platoon,Co.C,
James Yeager Chapter No.43,Brad- Div.. killed in Battle of
ford Commandery York Rite Sept. 12, 1918; buried
Masons from Lawtey and membersof France.
the Veteran's of Foreign Wars at-
tended the Veteran's Day ceremonyat
the new park on East Call Streetin World War II: '

Starke, held Monday, November Twenty-two Bradford I
12. are listed killed In WW-II
Al Crosby,Post 56 adjutant,read a Addison, Joseph A.
list of 41 Bradford County ser Crawford, Ernest DeSue,
vicemen who lost their lives since Duncan, Walter G.
the beginning of World War I, then E. English, Earl
called the "war to end all wars." Frederick D. Hinton, H.
Two Gold Stat Mothers were Johnnie Jenkins, Roy
recognized at the ceremony; both E. Lott, George w. .
lost a son in the Vietnam War: Mrs. Charles M. Priest. .
Barbara Nail and Mrs. Beverly Rabesck, Harvey J.Ross
Blackshear.The Starling, Elmo R. A 1II 1 ,
term "Gold Star" originatedin Sullivan, Ralph E.
WW II, when red and white ban- W.Tillis. I" / 1 ... .
ners were placed in windows,with a : .
blue star for each member of the Korean War: ;)i I si
family who was in service. If a There are no Bradford
member died in service, the star listed as having been i
was changed to gold. Korean War, said i.'r\ i 0
Sixteen wreaths honoring ser Rodrique.
vicemen: killed in the line of duty
were laid at the base of the flag pole
by civic organizations and militarygroups Vietnam:
including: the Rotary Club, Eleven Bradford
Concerned Citizens of Starke,Shrine among the 50,000 : I1Sj
Club, Starke Lodge BPOE, died in the Vietnam Con
American Legion Post 56, American 1962 through 1973.
Legion Auxiliary Unit 56, American The 11 are: Cpt.
Legion Post 214, and American Robert M. Nail,
Legion Auxiliary Unit 214, B-U Kimbler Charles R.
Board of Realtors, Starke Woman's G. Blackshear, James
Club, Senior Citizens, Veterans of Larry B.Jenkins,Robert
Foreign Wars, Lions Club, Leon Butler Triest,
Daughters of American Revolution, Ronald E. Newman.
United Daughters of the Confederacy Shrimp
and Masonic Lodge. Monuments
Bradford Commandery No. 43, Plans, tentative at this Scampi
York Rite Masons, of Lawtey, provided to erect a granite Dinner
honor guard for the wreath
an each war, with the
laying ceremony.The known dead inscribed $3.99
Star Spangled Banner was propriate monument."It .
played by the 90-member BHS bandto is highly
open the ceremonies. The band have the names of all
closed the ceremonies with a ma- lives in each...w r." said :
; jestrd16tldlUof't1 the.Battle. Hymn. :Legion Post- : ;; Baked !!
of th..R ubUCai4; .N tot A++. Charles Sdraefefaaa) : :Ii.f
SpeaJcoot rfjllt< David Faraldo, executive officer of Memorial Park was
Naval Air Station, Jacksonville. Bill Weldon, city Dinner
Main reason the U.S. has a 230,000 manager, and approved
member military force in Saudi council which ( ) $4.59
Arabia, and another 150,000 on the for its construction.A .
way there, is that Saddam Hussein sign designating
president of Iraq,is a threat to worldpeace Memorial Park is made
said Capt. Faraldo, a nativeof long known for Its
Colfax, Louisiana. beauty, as is this great Baked
Iraq has a secret nuclear weapons ours,said Weldon. .
program and could have an effective The sign is finished in Seafood
nuclear warhead within months, brown and tan."This Combo
produces poison gas which Saddam bolize this great land in
Hussein has used, has acquired live and for the ground $4.69
short and medium range ballistic many of our veterans lie
missiles effective in the Mid-East "The gold star Each dinner served on
region,and has long range artillery, many gold stars that ] a bed of rice,with green
or superguns, that can launch windows across this beans cole slaw and
rocket-boosted projectiles at targets many wars, in memory breadstick.
throughout the area or launch one who died in service.
satellites into earth orbit. Iraq has The quotation "lest (
an operational communications reminds us not to forget
satellite, said Capt. Faraldo.It of our veterans and is
has been stated that there are no Kipling
warlike people,just warlike leaders, sional Rudyard I : written after : 1'1'111 t' OD IqQ

Capt. Faraldo said. "Saddam Hus- wall lolled in__World War .
sein is a warlike leader, and he _____ __ _
bears watching, controlling, and
stopping." I would like to Thank. the Voters of
for
'We are gathered today a "
grateful and patriotic duty," said
Father Gil Crosby, pastor of District-2 who voted for me.
St.Mark's Episcopal Church of

Starke pause in his to opening remember prayer.those"Maywe who I wish to congratulate Arthur Gaskins on

passed before us," Father Crosby
asked in his closing prayer. j Rs his victory.

i Our War Dead.... '
i Forty-one known Bradford s 1'Marvin E. Rosier .
E residents have died while in serviceof tk
their country going back through
i World War I, said Adjutant AI Pd.Pol.Adv paid tor by M.Rosier c .i'tinds'
Crosby as he read the list.
r The list is thought to be accurate
r and complete but if anyone knows of
: someone not Included, pleae contact _+ The RecycleSaurous Drive
f any American Legion or VFW Recycling
i member, or a written note addressed
to Jones-Langford-White Post 56, .:, "'---- -.. *
: American Legion. P.O. Box 1215, Saturday November 17 1990
: Starke, 32091. t-.: ,
: The dead.are listed by wan: :& ,
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Tornadoes Missed BHS Girls Lose Regional Vollevball Plav-Off I

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Winning the district 5-SA Tampa Plant led In the first game Four points served by MonflciT a highly successful season with a
volleyball championship for the first all the way, leading off with two Williams brought the Tornadoes to a 16-5 season record and a'district
Too TacklesTwentyone time ever, the Tornado volleyball points on the first serve. The closestthe 14-M tie,and another point served by championship under their belts.
Many team went Into the sectional tournament Tornado girls ever got was at 6-8, Brandy Ross gave the Tornadoes a Often making the number two spot
with a lot of optimism but lost then 9-11 where they stayed as Plant 15-14 edge at the end of the second in district competition the championship
their bid for state honors at the ran a four point service to win at the round. has been elusive until this
hands of Tampa Plant,fr-lS,15-17,at beginning of the second round. The Teams fought through three year.In .
missed tackles tell the And Julius Haroeu, 110.10, tad a the Tornado gym Friday night. The second game was quite different service sets with neither team able the match leading servers
story of five Eastside touchdowns good game at wingback after Allen November! 9. however. Plant scored the to break the 15-14 deadlock until the were Monika Williams and Brandy
last Friday night; the most points Jenkins,No. 13,went out with a knee first point on the first serve Brad- middle of the third round. Plant Ross with a points each Monika adding -
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scored on the Tornadoes this season. injury.Coach. "We should have had it, said a ford took the lead on the second scored one point tying at 15-15, lost 2 digs and 1 kill. Latara
"We had no spark defensively," Hurse was also pleased disappointed coach Ines Diggs. "If serve 5-1.and led 8-4 at the beginn- serve, Bradford lost serve, and Jackson served 4 points 1 block and
says Coach Roland Cummings, the witht he performance of quarterback we had won the second game;I know ing of}the second round.A Plant ended the match with a two 1 kill. Laytoyia Sims served 2 points
Tornado defensive coordinator.Plus Reggie Sheffield, No. 11. who we would have played Better In the five point run by Plant on the point service in the fourth set of the and one kill. Rita Stepheny and
Eaitaide has improved over handled a wet football very well,had third. We got hung up at 15 points third service, followed by a three third round.It Aurllla Williams served 1 point
the last four game. The Rams have threw Interceptions although BHS and couldn't move-neither teammoved point run their next service; gave.a was a disappointing loss for the each, Aurllla having 4 blocks and
been moving the football, points out but five times. for several serves,"she said. temporary lead to Plant. at !' :Tomadowi, *;.... t..."'?"<* have. had Rita 1. _
Coach At wingback Harden added 74
Bradford Cummlngs.players were In position yards on 9 carries to the BHS attack. Justice Says Regional Planning Council Can Do Job Cheaper HBy
but didn't make tackles they should QB Sheffield ran for 45 yards on 8
have, points out Coach Cummings."It carries,and had runs of 18,11,and 14 Busier Rohn -
was t Job we've done yards,one for a TD.s ing' to prepare a plan. DCA to modify them,and submit the the North Central Regional Planning
arson," Coach CUm- SCT tt'H Writer The city has known for more than completed plan by the stated Council."
mings notes. lOslUOfe Tackles... Charles Justice, executive direc- a year that it must prepare and sub- deadline. The deadline for submitting plans
On the 55 yard touchdown run of Sophomore linebacker Joe Gordon tor for the North Central Florida mit a land use plan to the Department "It will take a long time to get the by coastal counties has passed, and
ES back Troy Strappy, No. 30, at No. 31 led Tornado tackling Regional Planning Council (RPC), of Community Affairs mCA) plan approved"Justice said. RFC has had the opportunity to see
addressed
least six Tornadoes should have with 9 individual tackles and :2 the Starke council Tues- on or before July 1, 19111, the same Justice said RPC will prepare the comments returned from DCA.
made the tackle,but didn't.Strappy, assists. day write,Nov.the saying: ape Is preparedto date a plan must be submitted by the plan,walk it through to completion, Comments have run from 28 pagesto
201 yards on 14 carries, would get Gordon has a nose for the football mandated Comprehensive county.Justice. provide computerized color more than a hundred pages,
through the Tornado front with Just and is continuing to improve, says Land Use Plan (CLOT) for said RPC has submitted hold the necessary workshops and Justice Mid."You're .
a seam,and would take his time until Coach Cummings. Gordon got in at $10,000,an amount substantially less five plans thus far, with only one public hearings,aU for $10,000. going to need some help."
one developed. ES back Stacy linebacker when! Andy Goodowns than the C23,000-$30OM estimate plan approved. The chance of getting "We can't do it for $10,000," Engineer Ruckman will presentan
Smith, No. 23, 129 yards on 12 carries moved to strong defensive end to presented 'last week by BHR (Bes- a plan approved on the first attempt Justice said, "but ape is willing to estimate of cost by an outside
ran more to the outside and replace the injured Jenkins. sent Hammack and Ruckman), the Is "very slim," says Justice. subsidize the balance because firm, Including BHR, Tuesday,Nov.
gained ground early with runs of 42 Clayton Manning, No. 76, had S engineering firm retained by the ci- The first draft must be submitted Starke Is a dues paying member of 20.
and 38 yards, the latter for a tackles arid one assist. Cornerback ty.Justice early enough for DCA to have 90
touchdown. Robert Nichols, No. 24, had five in- said, "You're going to days to review and make its com
dividual.Sam linebacker Wyatt Col- need help,and RPC will provide that ments. The city must then reconcile
had help as long as you are diligently try- the comments into plan,or convince
Offensive Line... lins four tackles and one assist. Cut With A Pro
"I'm with them," Goodowns, the leading tackler for ., '
very impressed _, :; r.. ,:. : 't-' : tit: :: .. I
with individual
says Coach Lanier Clyatt about his the season 51 tackles "
offensive line, some of the same and 12 assists, had only two tackles
players who were not doing such a against Eastside from the strong Bruce Pollack M.D. / '
good Job defensively. defensive end spot, the position he / / 1 /
"Anytime our fullback can run played last season. Goodowns kept Bradford Family Practice
,between the tackles, somebody has firing in and missing ES runners) In
to be doing a good job," points out the backfield.In 743 S. Walnut Street
Coach Clyatt.
Tornado fullback Robert Hankerson the tackle chart below,T meansan Starke
No. 23, picked up the load with individual tackle, A means a
three other backs hurt. Hankenon player assisted on a tackle.
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rushed for 209 yards on 26 carries Tackles.
including ruM of 63 and 42 yards. Name: T A
"Give Robert a crack and he can Joe Gordon 2
go," says Coach Clyatt. Clayton Manning S 1
The way they carried out their Robert Nichols S 0 Rx "Electronic ignition
blocking assignments got tackle Wyatt Collins 4 1 :
Flu Shot 3.3 cubic-inch engine((54cc)
Clayton Manning, No. 76, and tackle Joe Harden 3 1 See
Shawn Jenkins,No.75."They really Philip Crawford 2 0 1S".1S"or2O"sprocket-noseControlTlpRguldebar
improved this week," says Coach Andy Goodowns 2 1 Model 335 CountervTbe"anti-vibration system oeaierBeen
Clyatt.Tornado. Shauntel Houston 2 0 W/20" BAR 1 year limited warranty Details
linemen picked up some Jonathan Ferguson 2 0Vlnnl.
good defensive reading, and pickedup Blye 1 1 r:
the opposing players to block bet- Robert Hankerson 1 0 $30999
ter than In previous games, the Shawn Jenkins 1 0
coach added. Josh Lewis 1 0 I 'let 1 Mwmbled $319.00)) !.l&t!
Jason Lee 1 0 Experts recommend getting
your
The Backs... Chris Snow 1 0
flu shot in the fall in preparationfor
Eldrlch Sconiers 1 0
It was a great night for Robert PROFLORIDA
Hankerson, said Coach David Willie Cohens 1 0 the 1991 flu season.
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Land Use showed that only II) of the committee!
Is taken seriously today, by 22 members attended the meeting
those who still go to the trouble to vote, while Florida law provides that I
Demands ExpertiseIn but it no longer reaches the fever pitchof 'quorum is a majority of the membe
Planning the days when Al, Smith, an ex- ship and must be present for the traif
Governor of New York,a Democrat anda saction of business
Roman Catholic, was running for '
the few weeks the Starke city President in 1926 and was strongly opposed When questioned about 'lack of
past the job be done "in-house. by Protestants and Prohibi quorum by the Telegraph, the commitee's ]
commission has heard two proposals for tionists. of secretary said "We talked abou
Don The Telegraph were
having a Comprehensive Land Use Plan By "in-house, Engineer almost singed pages by letters of abuse for it and weren't sure, so we just decide*!
Ruckman said he envisions the hiring of a to ahead. It had been ]
drawn in compliance with the state man- supporting Smith who was defeated na- go careful
date to submit an approved plan by July college student to do the "grunt" work tionally, largely on the basis-of his thought out beforehand anyway."
1 1991. and utilizing BHR to "look over his religion. J/ Irvin 'Walden, state Democrati,
shoulder" at its regular hourly rate. The Then there was the election of 1952 campaign director, called the resolu
Both proposals were made by profes- city would also utilize Attorney Terence which pitted Adlai Stevenson the Lion The most III-advised'irresponsl' I

sionals in their respective fields, but one Brown to "look over the student's Democratic candidate against the ble taken, impulsive by a1' ,supposedly and Insane action eve
has years of experience in preparing land shoulder" for clarification of popular retired General Dwight responsible
legal ques- Eisenhower and his group in the State of Florida.
and the other would on-the- runningmate, tee to meet 'for the purpose of
again
use plans, get tions, Ruckman said. Richard Nixon.Neighboring. Judge E. B. Donnell of West Palm
job training as the plan is prepared.The ratifying the action it took at a define Beach denounced the committee's
Admittedly, BHR knows the city's Clay County, where in the absence of a quorum as action -
North Central Florida Regional and better than members of the Board of County Com- by Florida statute." and said 'it "might well consider!
water system
sewer the resolution
withdrawing or !
missioners and the School Board meeting
Planning Council (RPC), a long time anyone else, but is that information now totally Republican,as is the Sheriff are The story was picked up the again for the purpose of ratifying it."
the field that Associated Press and appeared, with
recently com-
player in essential in preparing a land use plan? and other county officials, was beginn- Similar stories appeared In The I
big headlines in most Florida daily
pleted five land use plans under the new ing to show GOP symptoms even at that. the AP Miami Herald, The Florida Tlmes-
mandate, submitted a bid of $10,000 to Hiring a student for 9-10 months can eat early date. service papers,in as other well as states.In subscribers. to Union The Jacksonville Journal, The 1

draw the plan, furnish colored maps, hold up $10,000 rather easily, then sending him In 1952, The Telegraph was editorially datelined STARKE, St. Petersburg Times, and The I

workshops and necessary public hear- to Jacksonville)] dozens of time to confer supporting the Democratic nominee 26, 1952 a story, the Orlando Sentinel said Sept.: Gainesville Sun.
ings. RPC will)) do the job without outside with BHR at possibly $100 per hour, can Stevenson, and was offended when It "The Bradford County Telegraph in In view of the widespread publicityand I
consultants or additional costs. easily double the bid by RPC. was learned that the Clay County this week's edition cafled on the Clay outspoken criticism, the committeemet
Democratic Committee, headed by County Democratic Executive Committee and retracted its resolution, but it
Bessent, Hammack and Ruckman Let RPC do their thing, which is land chairman S.Bryan Jennings,a wealthy to meet again and ratify its didn't change results of the election

(BHR), the city's engineering firm, use planning, and let BHR stick to Clay dorsed County the Eisenhower-Nixon landowner had openly ticket-en- Eisenhower-Nixon endorsement resolu which ended in Stevenson's defeat.

estimated the job will cost $25.000$30,000if engineering. It will)) cost less and the city but the endorsement had been made tion. elections There have both been many and other heated I

done by an outside firm and suggested win)) be better served by both. without a quorem of members being "The Committee's resolution called over the,years, locally but this is perhaps nationally the,
the Democratic candidate, Adlai
present.In
only Instance of a party committee endorsing
Stevenson "a close associate of the fair-
a front page editorial The deal bureaucracy of such radicals as the candidacy of a member of
. Where Were You? Telegraph denounced the action of Jen- Alger Hiss." the opposing party. At least, there is no
nings' handpicked committee" and record of its happening in any elections
called the Clav Commit "The Telegraph said its investigation since 1952.
Colunty
Last Monday morning, approximately; sons and daughters are being called uponto upon

200 people gathered to participate in and sacrifice their lives, if necessary, for ..
witness the Veteran's Day ceremoniesand whatever reason politicians are asking us

dedication of new Veterans to believe today. DER Notice of Intent to Permit
Lettersto
Memorial Park East Call St. the
on by
Wars have roots in politics and
always
American Legion Post No.56. are always started by politicians who, are DuPont's Emissions Increase PlanThe the

When one takes away the school band, safe in remote world capitals, and with

the marching platoon, the legionnaires, the exception of Adloph Hitler, usually Florida Department of En- cess rouu nom SR 230 into the Trait Editor
in vironmental Regulation has given Ridge plant, Hanks said while the kilnis
the city officials and others taking part die of old age.
cadre of notice of its intent to issue a permit in operation at higher productionrates.
small
the program, only a The 5,000people that call Starke their allowing the Dupont Company to in- .
citizens witnessing the ceremonies were home should be ashamed of themselves crease emissions from the zircon kiln at "One condition of the permit is that COMRADES REMEMBEREDBy
DePont shall take reasonable HE
its Trail off Highway 230 precau-
Ridge plant
left.Where for not attending the memorial service, just southwest of Kingsley Lake. tions to prevent public access to the Michael Howe
were you? Don't you even care? more especially those of us that served in The permit would raise the level of plant entrance road," Hanks said.
the armed forces during wartime. allowable emissions of ,particulatedust These precautions will include the Dear Editor:
Al read the roster of 41
Crosby
Adjutant
placement of signs limiting access to
( ) from 9.8 pounds to 21.5 poundsper "Comrades Remembered" by
men who gave their lives in service to Next year there will be another hour (94.4 tons per ): also rais- such roads by: the public," Hanks add- Michael Howe that you printed last
their country during 20th century memorial service, commemorating the ing the limit of sulfur dioxide to 62.7 ed, "and routine patrolling at intervals, week was a great tribute to Bobby,
wars..it list. pounds per hour (274.7 tons per year); of the access road adjacent ot the plant. Ricky and Jimmy. I appreciate The
was a long eleventh hour of the eleventh day or the Hanks said the emissions would not be
and emissions of nitrogen the three Kingsley
increasing Telegraph honoring
Bradford County gave generously of its eleventh month, 1918, when the armisticewas oxides to 7.7 pounds per hour (33.7 tons detrimental to employees working at Lake men. The journalism by Michael

young men in three wars, WWI, WWII signed, ending WWI. That day has per year). Both sulfur dioxide and the plant. Howe was superb and I want to thank
Hanks said that DER's decision to
and the Vietnam conflict. Fortunately, been set aside as a memorial for all nitrogen. oxides are regulated issue the permit was based on a com- him for his efforts.To .

Bradford County did not lose any men in veterans who gave their lives in servicefor pollutants.The puterized modeling process which was
Notice of Intent, published in the add to Mr. Howe's Tribute, Bobby,
Korea. their country. November 1 issue of The Telegraph, reviewed by a meteorologist and Ricky and Jimmy lived about a mile

Now the United States teeters on the Although it is a year away, plan now to stated not cause that or"Increased contribute to emissions a violation will of himself Stepped as up the review bbytDupont engineer.the zircon between beautiful each Kingsley other Lake.swam We and all skied had on a

brink of ,another foreign war, and our attend the next one. It's the least you can the ambient air quality -standard." A kiln is anticipated due to the lot of fun together.

7!-"".r' sllh tnfc. rn q rir'* ft-stt/i; n n r Q<: i'"rl"do.' n'\ti ,. ". "#..qr . determination trof Teehaolgyi! J>f CBf&T! t.Jilable::) Was not Con-re- market growing,demand caused by for newtlevelapmetitsiflm&fflm zircon on the world ei,1 i.I 1Ae been'' ko-the;; Vietnam Memorial

i -i; ;; ) : 0 ;: quiredTticcorcung: to the legal notice I I : f bl aao ahultd''t&oktpidturte! dbIny three
. I ; / I +Ir/ A ii ew u n *>H IfttehiTO: nameswn IM these picturesare
WuTarcTHa'nltsf If re engineerwith Pont produced only 40 to 50 tons or zircon priceless memories of three great
DER approved the DuPont ap- ,a mineral found in the quartz sands Americans.In .
plication, which he described basicallyas along Trail Ridge east of Starke. It is
For some months now Lee Atwater NationalCommittee cess, it must be"because they have learned increased production of a sanddryerfor also used in making artificial diamondsand June 1967 the news of Bobby's
chairman
of the Republican zircon other gem stones. In 1989 DuPont
the same painful lesson that Atwater ore. death sent shock waves throuth the
has been unable to function "Tests have measured particulate produced 90 tons of zircon, which dropped close-knit community of Kingsley Lake.
politically while undergoing treatment experienced.If matter emission near the plant at an to 85 tons this year due to corn We could not believe it was true. From
for a large tumor on his brain. In recent so, the election of 1990 may have set a equivalent of 10 tons per year," Hanks weakening economy;and growing that day in June 1967, our lives were
petition from mines in Australia and
said. "A
trend toward more ethical and less 'dry cyclone' dust-settling changed forever.
weeks, the growth once pronounced inoperable South Africa.At .
elections in the chamber removes dust, and DER has
has finally responded to treat- financially-controlled reasonable assurance that areas to one time, DuPont ranked as third The next time we saw a shiney
ment and has shrunk to half its orignal U.S.A. If it proves to be the catalyst to which' the public would have access or fourth largest producer of zircon in military car would be in late 1967 when
touch off start political reformsit the world, but has now declined to fifthor
size. Amazed even a would be safe, Hanks said. the announcement came that Ricky
physicians are describing will have been one of the most However ambient air quality stan- sixth position, Don Luebke,managerof was listed as "Missing In Action".Thena
Atwater's improvement as a "miracle". cant elections in the nations's history, dards maybe exceeded on a limited ac- DuPont's Florida plants, said. few days later the Major and the

It is Atwater who was responsible for and one that may help restore confidenceof Sergeant came back to the Crews'
the infamous Willie Horton TV home. The Major got Mr. &: Mrs.Crews
commer- in their state and national
cial that the people Lake Pr blems'Have together and said something to the effect
is believed to be a deciding fac- governments. Kingsley Sanitary that on behalf of the president of
tor in George Bush's win over Michael the United States of America and the
Been Corrected
Dukakis in the 1988 presidential election. Inspector SaysA Secretary of the Army it is with deep
Atwater was a clever political strategistwho regret that your son Charles:! Richard

turned negative TV commercialsand I Chiles Inauguration to Reflect recently completed sanitary In- There were 36 washing machines Crews 'was killed in action on

faker photo-ops: into wins for can- Grass Roots Campaign spection of homes on Kingsley Lake with water draining onto the ground, 13 November 20, 1967.I .
his revealed a total of 67 septic tank and/or kitchen waste water violations, six sep-
party. washing machine drainage problemsout tic tanks with inadequate drain fields, was nearly 16 when Ricky was killed
Now apparently due to the "miracle" of a total of 170 inspections made by six bathroom violations with water going and even today I can not help shedding
of his partial recovery, Atwater has Governor-Elect Lawton Chiles has Kevin Tracey,environmental specialist onto the ground or into the lake and tears when I remember seeing and
"seen the light" and repented of his wily given the go-ahead to an informal inauguration working under contracct with the Clay six miscellaneous flaws,. Tracey hearing the Major's bad news.

ways. Although, for some reason this ceremony in TaJJahasseef in County Health Department. reported.Corrections have already been madein My mom would mail candy, chewing
tuxedos and be machine and kitchen waste
which Washing
remarkable incident was downplayed by most violations, with only six cases gum and personal items to our men in
the media out of place. water violations were leading problems Vietnam and would correspond with
news Atwater recently an- Tracey said. still pending, Tracey said.
with a
nounced: "I have found Jesus Christ. It's The inaugural ball is being hosted for them.positive Jimmy note saying wrote that back he hoped to

that simple. He's made a difference, and the average citizen, the men and women Suwannee home soon.
I'm glad I've found him while there's still that sent in contributions of one hundred Property Owners on
time." Atwater has even been writing In March: of 1968, Jimmy's mom and
dollars or less to finance the successful
notes to old political enemies, apologizing: election campaign.It's River Affected by Rule ChangeA dad small were community notified of of his Kingsley death.Lake The
for attacks and
their
past begging would be shaken a third and final time.
to be outdoor since
forgiveness.In going an party,
there isn't a building in Tallahassee large rule change affecting property The rule amendment, if adopted,
commenting on the remarkable owners along the Suwannee River is would change SRWMD regulations This and every Veteran's Day I thank
hold the crowd.
change in Atwater's political philosophy, enough to expected being considered by the governing governing wells within the 10-year God for our Veteran's and the three

columnist Cal Thomas says the country Chiles has always given the impressionthat board of the Suwannee River Water floodplain of the Suwannee and its ultimate Kingsley Lake for men who paid We will the
price our country.
has experienced missile gaps, generationgaps he is a down-to-earth shirt sleeves in- Management District (SRWMD). major tributaries.The never forget them.

pay gaps, and gender gaps, but not dividual, uncomfortable in formal attire, Sincerely,
\ many are aware of the spiritual gap that ready to pull) off his coat and loosen his tie governing board will make its E'. Maxie Norton,Jr.

has produced most of the troubles for at every opportunity. The average personcan The Telegraph'sLetter decision during the October 18 board Kingsley Lake

which politics, is now being blamed. relate to down-home ways and casual meeting at district headquarters in

Judging by results of the recent election attire. Policy Live Oak. Anyone who may be af- Social
fected by the amendments can re- Security
: some political analysts are convinced During his 18 years in the Senate, Leuen to the Editor should be typed(or quest more information from Funds Now Safer
that American voters are for wriuen between
ready Chiles was never presumptuous, nor let plainly ) doubla-tpceed SRWMD
fundamental changes in the way political an inflated ego separate him from the Una.and limited to not mom than two From Tampering

campaigns.are conducted, with obscene people he represented.It ["'e. The proposed rule change is an
expenditures of money, and a disregardof All kiln mull be signed and Include Uwwriter" amendment to the Florida ad- .
ethics in, negative advertising and is the mark of a man that is comfor- .address and phone number. ministrative code. It would greatly Tha( monthly Social Security check
other table with his station in life, who has Unsigned letters will not be printed but received by millions of elderly
vote-getting strategies.If well ,
of water
restrict issuance per-
found his calling in public service lumei will be withheld upon request.InUcepclcaalCllClo Americans is now safer from cuts by
of the a
mils in the 10-year floodplain budget-cutting politicians than it was
Americans are indeed for fun- without succumbing to the self-serving
read AU letien should non-defamatory,and Suwannee, Alapaha, Santa Fe and week or so ago.
damental changes: in their cal pro- pomposity common to some politicians.
would also
be It
statement!concerning any penoo mutt Withlacoochee rivers. 'M part of their budget negotiations
factual and provable order to prauct the require special construction for last month. Bush administration and
writer and the newspaper from pouible those permits that may be issued. concessional leaders agreed to remove I
1 JawlU 1l.Leuen. Social Security from the calculations :
BRADFORD o of support or_-IUppOIt of any to Governor used to determine the federal deficit.
( This is direct
'SINCE ))879r political candidate mutt be baaed on ipecifioluuea a response The change will be a relief for 39 million
of public concern,and not on personal Bob Martinez' executive order elderly handicapped and other
raANits p4 friendship or relatlonahlp. signed in 'January which adopted Americans who rely on the $265 billion

Leuen of thank to individual or group most of the river protection recom- program for their livelihood.

should be mailed directly to the.person or mendations of his Suwannee River By borrowing from the Social Security -

p BOB FBXGUSON: -JOHN MILLER organization being thanked.In extraordinary Task Force. trust fund Washington budgetoen
( q rnblbbcnPubUthed case they may be pubUihed but should not were deceptively shrinking the budget
II include long Uau of individual name For more information, contact An- deficit by factoring In Social Security
QN All letun ihould be addressed*>Letter nette Burnham at SRWMD, Route 3 funds that should not be touched. The
each Thursday and entered on Second Claw Matter at
rule makes SS funds untouchable.
the Post Offlc at Stark.Florida under Act of March 3. 879. to the Editor,P.O.Drawer A,Starke. Box 64, Live Oak, FL, 32060, or call new Groups interested in the safety of Social

Phone 964-6305 Florid 32091 (904),362-1001 or toll free in Florida, Security funds had been pressing
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ocial Events I Community Wide Thanksgiving Service APPT' 8'14: L-


I l S- There will be a community-wide Ministries Food Pantry which Is fL:1SSf: ( '
Thanksgiving service sponsored by located behind Winn Dixie and provides 34q ,.
''' the Bradford Alliance. The service emergency food for all peopleof
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will be held on Nov.22 at 7:SO p.m.at Bradford County.
the First United Methodist Church The ministerial Alliance Is made .
-, located at aoo N.Walnut: St. up of the ministers of Bradford .
Father Gil Crosby of St. Marks d Just recently \
Births. Rehearsal Dinnerfor Chaplains Bradford
Episcopal Church will be the Program at
RowanMasonMr. speaker for the service. Several Hospital.All ministers are invited to I

...Davld David Woodard area ministers from different their meetings on the 3rd Thursday
denominations will be participatingas Morning of each month at 7 a.m. for
Mr. and Mrs.David S. Woodard of and Mn. George D. Mason the service Is open to our entire breakfast at Denny's Restaurant.For .
the
Starke, announce the birth of a son, hosted a rehearsal dinner at community. There will be a choir. more Info you may call Rev. S.
Dustin David Woodward.Dustin was Fellowship Hall of the Carol Estates for Willing participants are to come at Dwight McQueen, President at
born on Nov. 10 at North Florida Baptist Church In Gainesville 6:49 with your own robe.A 964-6864.
Regional Hospital In GalneivUIe.He Tracy Rowan and Daren Mason.The special offering will be taken In
weighed 7 Ibs, a 01 and measured 20 ball was beautifully decorated with support of the Bradford: Ecumenical
Inches In 1 length. pastels and ferns.Tracey and Daren -
Maternal Grandparents are Mr. presented gifts to the wedding party
and Mrs. Wlnslow R. Johnson of after dinner. ServicemenNavy

Starke. Petty Officer 1st class '. ..... ... .... .

Paternal Grandparents+ are Mr. George A. Davis Sonof Lynda M. l "dJ, i .. .a .
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and Mrs. David E. Woodard of Halloween Partyfor Pepe of Keystone Heights Is a recent tiw .. --- or I' I
Starke. Paternal Great- graduate of the Naval Science Institute 'I; \
grandmother is Ms. Martha Kellogg 75 YoungstersBradford Program at Naval Educationand t Happy Birthday Flossie...
of Live Oak. Paternal Great Training Newport R.I.'
Center
grandfather' is Mr. Benjamin A 1979 graduate of Robert E. Lee Flocile Prescott celebrated her 89th birthday Nov. 1 at the Buwa._
Kellogg of Mt. Crawford, Va. Hospital employees High School Jacksonville he join- River Economic Council's new dining room on 8. Walnut Street. Starke.
hosted a Halloween party for local lI lIkids
Flossie received several and the
enjoyed of friendsat
gifts
company many
March of .
Oct. 31 attended by more than ed the Navy In 1882.Revival the dinner.

Engagements. 75 costume: dad younsters and their The council has Just moved Into Its new location at 320 8.Walnut 81.Just
parents.Bradford. opposite the Family Dollar Store.
Hospital employees
WilUams-Mosley organized the annual parry and v..,.,..." ,.,." .,..." ,..,." rrrrrrrrrrrrtttrtfriiimrrttfiiiSchool

The children of Annette Williams several were on hand to distribute INS ""Y
of Lawtey and the children: of Larry candy, cookies and punch. Games 7 ,
Mosley of Starke announce tho such as apple bobbing and crackinga :: I I Menus TUESDAY Baked Turkey.dbUt Gravy.Dreulna ,
engagement of their parents An- pinata filled with candy were Nov19-Nov.20 or mashed potato!.Cranberry
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nette Williams and Larry Mosley.. available to play."Halloween .. ..... .I' I Bradford Mlddl.* Elementarle Sauc WEDNESDAY*. Pumpkin Hav Pee a Hot Happy Roll*HolMoyt. Milk
The bride-elect: is a Bradford is a popular holiday at MONDAY Sloppy Joe on Bun Buttered THURSDAY, HolidayFRIDAY
County graduate and is employed at Bradford Hospital. We host an ,-, Corn, Peaches. Milk Holiday.
Little Peeples Daycare of Starke. employee costume-contest each '::,.. ; '.. TUESDAY Baked Turkey w/glblt
Larry is a Clay County graduate anda year and we also x-ray bags of can- gravy. Dressing or Mashed Potatoes, A-le-Certe
longtime resident of Starke. dy, to detect any metal object: "says Cranberry Sauce, Pumpkin Pie,Hot rolls MONDAY Pizza corn doge, trench.*,
The uniting of these two families Jeannie Baker1 hospital ad- .t"",, Milk. mllkihakei.
planned for the new year. Wedding ministrator. "We feel it's Importantto Pvt.James C.Gibbs WEDNESDAY, Hav* a Happy Holiday TUESDAY No a-la-oart
plans will be announced. offer a safe environment for our at THURSDAY, Holiday. WEDNESDAY Have a Happy Holiday.
local kida and parents to enjoy Mt. ZIon AME Army National Guard Pvt.JamesC. '.''DAY, Holiday. THURSDAY, Holiday.
....SeayHuberMr. Halloween" Gibbs, son of Evelyn D. Sellers of FRIDAY, Holiday.
& Mrs. William The party was held from 5 to and There will be a Fellowshop Starke,has completed basic trainingat Bradford High School Each day student hew a ell... el .
nounce the Seay of their an- candy was x-rayed free of charge Revival Nov. 19 through Nov. 23, Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. MONDAY Sloppy Joe on Bun Buttered hot lundi salad. bar or Ray may rchat.
engagement
daughter Linda Seay, all of Starke, from 6 to 9.AuxUlaries. 7:30 Church nightly In Lawtey., at the Mt. ZIon A.M.E. Corn, Peaches, Cookie, Milk. Hem elecerte.CHRISTMAS. .

to David Huber to son of Mrs. Thelma Revival sermons will be delivered
New Petitt of Smithtown, NY and Attend nightly from Each pastor In the
Mr. David M. Huber of Earleton, Annual Meeting fellowship) of churches. Pastors are
St. Mark'sHosts
FL.The asked to bring your choir: and con-
bride-elect: graduated Brad Attending the Association of gregation. Bring your bibles night- DinnerThere
ford High School and is employed by Florida Hospital Auxiliaries Annual Iyl!
Union Correctional Instil. David attended Meeting held at Lake Buena Vista will be a Thanksgiving Din
Santa Fe Community College Palace In Orlando, Nov. 7 throughthe ner provided for the needy, elderly,
and Is employed by H.R.S. 9 were the following officers: Church Honors homeless and anyone eating alone
The wedding will be Nov. 17 at 3 Mrs. Mildred (Midge Frick, President Trustee that day. St. Mark's Episcopal
p.m. at Sampson City Church of : Mrs. Betty Perry 2nd Vice Day Church will host the dinner on Nov.
God. The reception will follow at the President; Mrs. Sharon Gaines and Pleasant Grove United Methodist 22 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the the
bride-elect's home. Mrs. Gerry Rodrique, teen age Church will observe our annual Church's Parish Hall. Food and tax-
No local invitations have been volunteers; and Mrs. Ruth Meng "Trustee Day" Nov. 18 at 11 p.m. deductible monetary contributionsare
sent. Family and friends are invitedto Orientation Chairman. Everyone a asked to please bring being accepted for this occasion. jy
attend. This meeting was in conjunctionwith canned: or dry food Items to Churchfor Anyone wishing to contribute, please >r _
"" the Flroida Hospital Association -' food baskets for the needy contact: St.Mark's at 964-6126,Peggy o .
Annual Meeting. families. Stanwix-Hay at 964-6800, 468-2760, or T T.r
Weddings. The officers attending were guests The public: is Invited to attend. Elizabeth Wade at 9642015.
u
of Mrs. Jeannie Baker,Hospital Administrator IIN II w w I
Tyliczka-Boone and the board of Directors I u l ana.r I
of the hospital, were at the the I I
I To Wed Nov. 17 Annual Banquet Thursday night. At

Mrs. and Mrs. Robert Tyliczka: of that time Mr. Robert C. Hudson, Sr. o GIFTWith
Starke announce the approaching .V.P. of Santa Fe Health Care, was, Seafood
marriage of their installed as Treasurer of the Florida Peking
daughterd The Purchase Of A New Home By Jim Walter
at i<1J rev tut"tin Boon, son of Mr.and Mrs.Earl Boon 'tors. L u .jji tlmiilf Just in line torT3Frlstmaswlth' i thepurchase V
Restaurant v ( !\! ,- .NODOWMPArMIHT
of Starke Jeannie Baker was the guest of the & 'Lounge fr of any of our Itandad. lUcy: ;A.P.R. FlMd-Rata Fbundng
Deborah is a 1987 Bradford Auxilian officers at the Friday Installation 3 k models Jim Walter Homes islimitedfim offering "
graduate and is employed by Dr. Luncheon of State Officers (formerly 'China' Garden') ..J a FREE$500 gift. For a e No "Points" doting Costs
Gray Flynn of Starke.Loren Is a 1988 of the Florida Hospital Auxiliary o when you order your new home to Qualified Property Owmrs
Bradford graduate and Is employed Board. Mrs. Betty Perry was 5th from us,take your. choice of one of the Our offer for your choice ol one of
by Bradford Septic of Starke. runner up in the Tacky Party all Chinese Cuisine & Friendly ServiceOpen following: these fine gifts Is for a limited Urn,
The wedding b planned Nov. 17 auxllians attended Wednesday AMMEBRANDWASHER and applies, only to our standard line
at 2 p.m. at Madison Street Baptist night.. 7 Days A DRYER FREEZERREFRIGERATOR of homes sold for Immediate construc
Church of Starke.The reception will tlon. You will receive your choice of
immediately follow at the Starke OAS OR ELECTRIC RANGE gifts when your home goes under
Women's Club. Church News. <. aew.'J' t.yyrx35YOl3! >" construction Jim Walter Homes Inc.
:
.. .f < ioX OR, OUR CHECK FOR$.00 CASH must be authorized to begin construction
All relatives and friends are in- y : YaUt iLOUNGE.1 i Choose from our more than 20 within 60 days of contract date.
vited to attend.BassettPadgett. models,built on your property from Ask about our COMPLETIONthe
Local Church to liJi pPYH rx* : ground up, to almost any stage of ALLOWANCE of up to$2000 toward
Host Conference t, 5 : ourgl completion. We'll build the shell,completely the purchase of Items of permanent
.
'" finished outside unfinished well,floor
Jq; Improvement as
First United Methodist Church of <:' 4p.ml lf p.m .. Inside, to one that Is 90%complete. covering, landscaping etc.
To Wed Nov. 17 Starke, 200 N. Walnut St. will be /<";."Y.<""<' ,..>'. .,"<,<,.,,><." You tell us where to atop then finish all For any cash payment made at
\iUnch.BufetSunday or part of the Inside yourself save the time you agree to purchase one of
the Gainesville District of
'Teresa K. Bassett of hosting
daughter ,, ... standard ,
model homes we'll also
><< : '.< ;' ,,' money. our
the United Methodist Church for its -? < rJ. y<' '1" "h'A<(
'J Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bassett of .
.. offer additional credit of 15%of the
\t't i't .mr Over 20 Models 2 to 4 Bedrooms an
;. annual and Mission .
Starke and H. Bryan Padgett son of meeting Rally. ;;; ; < $ "" ..,,t'0"; "'> amount paid either down payment ortotal
.
,. Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Padgett of Starke The Conference will be held Nov. 19 1:3trirrid 1. 2 A 2Vi Baths One and Two price.
{ \
Invite all friends and relatives to attend beginning at 5 p.m. t1 ,. 2:30 P< Story Models (No other discounts and or promotions ,
their wedding Saturday Nov. The Mission Rally will be 'S 1<''F. t< t.Y i<'i0''''><<:=) Jim Walter offers everyday LOW, apply.)

; ,. 17 at 6 p.m. at the Starke Church of celebrating the 50th anniversary of Buffet: LOW prices and LOW LOW, LOW (Artwork depicts actual horn,rid may
God 422 N. St. Clair St. UMCOR. a mission area of the <>.)> .. .. < ,11 -.'. 10%A.P.R. mortgage financing with include option*and personal Hums
church that reaches out to victims of 112 00. 0'] 00.;\'m' NO MONEY DOWN to qualified the_tamer and/or ,
'" There will be a reception following .%.... .:.. ,:,, .: ,. r, provided by option
at the First United Methodist disasters all over the world. A < <; h < property owners.This adds up to mat arc not offering.
offering will be taken at the LOW affordable monthly payments Shrub*and landscaping have been
special
Church Fellowship Hall, 200 N. your add d.|
Walnut Street.Parties.. rally to support this program that on new home.
CUm Mktar Hamm.tnaMeocoprrge.aM.eas.d
will take supplies such as blankets Catering Services AvailableMajor
and water purification equipmentand @JJID )aNsr HOMES
medical supplies! to wherever a
disaster occurs in the world. Often The NllIon"iIf9MIaf enI oedo4_

... UMCOR hi the first to reach the 1964-66011 Call Toll 1-800-4-WALTER (1-800-492-5837)
disaster area. The choir of 1st UMC tor free brochut or visit our model home center
will be bringing the special music Banquet
Bassett Honored for the service. Credit Room ORANGE PARK FL
The Gainesville District is composed Cards 800 N. Temple Ave Starke ,
,: at Bridal Shower' of 80 Methodist Churches Accepted (One Block North of SR 16) Parties 656 Blanding Blvd.
located in the area. Dr. Jimmy S.
Teresa Bassett,bride-elect: of Nov. Jones la the Superintendent of the Open 7 Days a-._HoIn-....a A.M.-e.........l.lPM.-' ...
17, was honored at a miscellaneous
shower at the home of Mrs. Mark District.:
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I' Games were played and
refreshments were served to the
guests Hostesses Lilly Burgess,
Oleta", Hardenbrook and Carolyn health for the small business
Finally
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....VoTechThe everyone with respect if you want to Hampton students are encouragedto
Pick up the phone and call We can deliver it. And because be treated with respect.It drew up as Indian or Pilgrims.will
is good to live by the Golden Mrs. Kramig's sixth graders
we're welding classes are moving Rule. So how you treat people is how present a play entitled Unexpected
your phone company.Because your phone company, along about Mr. Hudson
average. you should expect to be treated. Guests". A picnic \lunch withstudentfaculty
(Rocky), the welding teacher said will be served with
big business or Centel backs up your system the new students are doing real well. games planned for the afternoon.The .
They are to manufacturing.This ...Southside Elem.
up elected Student Council
small, Centel can design a with a host of highly skilled year they are trying to start up a met for newly the first time last Friday.
VICA Club (Vocational Industrial Calendar of Events will a canned
state-of-the-art communipeople who install, maintain, Club of America). If the club goes Nov. 20- Six Weeks Ends The food drive.council Students sponsor are requested to
along smoothly this year, they planto Nov.Thanksgiving Holidays bring in two canned food Items
cations system to fit your and upgrade your system to fit start competing against other Nov. 27-Picture retakes before Tuesday to help Bradford
schools next year.It should really be Dec. 5-Report Card families in need. ,
specific needs. your changing needs. What's great! Parents, please send in any donations There will be a Book Fair during
The FFA had three students in
by tomorrow morning for the school hours starting today and en-

Maybe you need a whole more, we offer you a varietynew Kansas went City last on week.Courtesy Kristy Court Harrison Christmas the Middle packages East.. We to our appreciate soldiersin from ding Tuesday.90 cents to Book$14.95.prices ranged

system. Maybe you of renting, leasing and buying Bobble chaperoning Wescott.David They Starling visited and different your Our help Southside I students are The newly elected Student Council

amusements while they were to share with families who met for the first time last Friday.
preparing
need a few new features for options, as well as the conveni- there. We are proud of these are in need of Thanksgiving baskets. The council will sponsor a canned
students. There is table in the food drive.Students are requested to
a special
your system like automatic ence of a single bill. The top S academically in criminal cafeteria to place their food gifts. bring In two canned food items
justice were Carl Alvstad, Sophie Southside staff and our Business before Tuesday to help Bradford
call routing,call pickup, So if you want state-of-the- 'anton, Deana Holiday, Latasha Partners will provide the turkeys families in need.
West and Todd Hall. by
We need packaged or food items
speed calling, call forwarding, art technology combined with Mrs. Stanwix-Hay's afternoon Nov. 16 so we will know how many
class won the recent math tourna- baskets we can make up. (Fresh
messaging or conferencing. expert service, take matters ment. Representing this group were fruit and vegetables can be sent
Judina Williams.
Shawn Gulley. Mon. and Tues. of next week).
Or into Todd Arthur,David E.Sllcox, DavidC. Baskets will be decorated and filled!
maybe you your own Smith, Beck Nugent. Allen for delivery on Nov. 20. Great American
Thornton and Curtis Ford.The score Miss Dempsey's class finished the .
want just one \ I hands. Call was 215 :225. Dewey McClellan and first reader and Is working on the se- Smokeout...
O'irO Mark Crawford won the drawings cond reader. Halloween books were
extra phone. Centel today. from the morning math class. made for the parents. Thanksgiving One in every five smokers (20%)'
Frances Muse and Walter Patey Indian Mobiles are in the making. will give up smoking cigarettes for a
have received certificates for Students are doing well on the 24 hour period. At least this is the
outstanding work in reading. Reading and Spelling tests. Thanksto goal of the American Cancer Society,
INSTALL AN ENTIRE There is now a school store at the parents for their dedication In the for Thursday November 15.
Vo-Tech. Is located in Mr. Randy effort. Also thanks to parents for This day will be signified not only
Starling's room (4). He sells a wide helping with the Halloween carnival. by smokers kicking the habit, but
variety of miscellaneous items. It is Thanks to all the business's who dippers and chewers are encouragedto
open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. donated to our carnival. We appreciate do so as well.
Future Business Leaders of your support of our school. The Great American Smokeouthas
COMMUNICATIONSSYSTEM. America (FBLA will
) travel to been highly successful in the
Gainesville Nov. 15 for
a leadership
past with an estimated 17.9 million
conference. It will be
a tri-county
.. Elem. last The
event held at the First Baptist .Hampton participants year.
Church of Gainesville. American Cancer Society will mark
...Etsay by Todd Arthur Last Wednesday all students were this day, November IS, with a blue
The Golden Rule,do unto others as treated to the stories and music of ribbon symbolizing clean air and Is
would have them do unto you, Is a Ajamu Mutemal.A special thanks to planning events to make this year's
good rule to live by. If you want people Mrs. Donna Gruen for planning this smokeout the most successful yet.
to be nice to you be nice to them. activity as part of the Artist in A few quit tips: Hide all ashtrays
Don't group or label them if you School Program.The matches, etc. Lay in a supply of
don't want them to group or label Dlnomania field trip for first sugarless gum, carrot sticks, etc.
you. Treat others with respect if you and second grad last Friday was a Drink lots of liquids,but pass up coffee
want to be treated with respect. So success.Thanks to the many parents and alcohol.Tell everyone you're
CENTEL whatever you want done to you,do to who helped chaperone.Congratulations quitting for the day. When the urge
everyone else. to Mr.Joe Watson to smoke hits, take a deep breath,
Be nice to people if you want themto and Mrs. Lynn Marshall. These two hold it for 10 seconds and release it
WHERE PEOPLE CONNECT be nice to you. Be nice by com- teachers were awarded $500 for a slowly. Exercise to releive the ten-
limentingpeople. Dont; refuse to grant they wrote entitled "Using sion. Try the "buddy system," and
CALL US AT 964-9066 help them.Do nice things for people. Touch Math in the Classroom". The ask a friend to quit too.
If you do these nice things for people money will be used to assist students
then they'll do nice things for you. in grades K-3 in mathematics.
Dont; group or label people. Not On Veteran's Day,all students and
all long-haired boys are faggots. staff silently watched as Junior Girl
Don't blonds are bimboes Scout Troop No. 31 raised the colors \
CI 51 'II] because say It s not nice, and it may not before school. Members of Junior Or
be true. All cops aren't bad,so oon't Girl Scout No. 31 are Maryia o -
Judge all of them by how one acts. Haefeker, Jessie Marshall I Detria dAfter
Treat them how you want to be Ford, Tonya Brown, Nikki Baker
treated. Melody Youngblood and Amy Wilsonof
Treat everyone with respect, so the Cadets assisted. Staff
they will treat you with respect. members, Mr. Joe Watson, Mr.'situ Charles Lindbergh made history ..
Don't talk behind people's backs. King and Mrs. Debbie Donnerstag with the first solo flight across
II Always respect your elders.So treat were recognized as Veterans. the Atlantic,he came home by ship.
'. Heritage Day is Nov. 20. All

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TELEGRAPH !'age 7A

I J? Injuries Hurting Tornadoes Looking forI'erfectySeasonInjurleio .[

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"TMnado grldden tackle Jonathan Ferguson, ,No.<. 63, tackle Jason Norman No.65,100:12; backfield are cornerbacks Robert back AllenJenicins
.leave them questionable for the ; Starting in the backfield will be: son No. 23, 1 02; wing
lame<*the season with Interlachen final 170-10; defensive end Larry Shan- right tackle Shauntel, Houston, No. Nichols, No. 24, 150-12, and Chris quarterback Reggie Sheffield, No. No. 13, 171H2, and running I
HI0h at Memorial non,No.BO,180-10; running back Joe 74, 195-11; weak side end Clayton Snow, No. 3, 150-11, and at safety 11,195-12 fullback Robert Hanker- back Charles Boyd,No. 40,180-12.
Stadium !! ;,
at 8 p.m. Gordon No. 32, 155-10 wing back Manning, No. 78 :
195-12 Jason Lee,
tomorrow night (Friday,Nov., ;; ; strong end No. 5, 150-10, or Vinnie -
16) and defensive end Gernard Allen Jenkins, No. 13, 170-12, or Blye, No. 20,150-10.
Bradford a 21-16,loss!9 HI because to of a forfeitof Williams, No. 33, 180-11, defensive Robert Hankerson, No 23, 170-12; Probable starters on the offensive Need An Electrician? TFN
Wildwood, who back Jason Lee, No. 5, 150-10, and strong side linebacker Andy line are: center Wyatt; Collins, No.
two
after played its fourth Ineligible 1season players in school goes, cornerback Chris Snow, No.3, Goodowns, No.85, 210-12; weak side 53; guards Phillip Crawford,No. 62, call DAN WAINWRIGHT
160-11. linebacker Phillip Crawford, No. 82, and Jason Norman, No. 65 tackles
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history.Coach David Hurse had 36 Yn.Experience All Type*Eectrlcd Work,
104 Probable defensive
starters on the 195-11, and
rover back Julius Clayton Manning, No.76,and Shaun .
/ Phase Work
teams in 1965 when Single&3 Reasonably Priced l
BUS
state won the front seven are: Sam linebacker Harden, No. 12, 170-12. Jenkins,No.75,215-11,and tight end
ails championship was_state runner-up.and in 1965 Coach when Wyatt- Collins No._53, 195-12; left Probable starters In the defensive Andy Goodowns No. 85. .. ___ __L
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bennara Register coached an 11-0
bowl winner[n 1961 and a 10-0-1 bowl
winner In 1960,before state playoffs.
The game with Claw 2A In- I

7-2 terlachen bowl Interlachen bid is to not play,a which district Class has 3A game.accepteda Indepen-But Grade A ((10 Lbs. & Up) lSELFBASTING

'
dent St.Augustine Nease, S-4, is a '
tough team with a good offensiveline
that could cause problems,for I
the Injury-limited Tornadoes.
Wingback Allen Jenkins, No. 13, .1 l
I
tore the medial lateral large liga- TURKEYS
ment in the front of his left knee in i
the Eastside game.The Injury is not'a. (J
bad as Coach David Hurse _
thought,but the knee Is sore and it is Lb. I

questionable when Jenkins will be _
ready to play. Main objective is to
have Allen ready for the post season 1 '
play-off game Nov.23.As of Wednes-
day, Coach Hurse was unsure Florist
whether Allen will even be able to
kick and punt in the Interlachen b I
Prices in this
_
game.The left leg Is the one Jenkins
plants when he kicks; right now the ad are good Quality
knee is too sore to plant,said Coach ,
Hurse.Andy Goodowns will punt this
Sun 12 thru
'
week if Jenkins cannot.Coach Hurse POINSETTIASIMIS
had Jenkins examined Tuesday in '
Gainesville.RB 1 Nov. 18. 1990.
Charles Boyd,No.40,sprainedan O
ankle In practice last week and
questionable for the IllS game.
Guard Jason Norman, No. 65, has a !
recurring shoulder injury whichhUl'tl 3$1000
when tackling. Norman can
play offense,however. 1 .
Tornado coaches rate the In-'
terlachen offensive line the best BUS
will I have faced this season. And In
terlachen uses power running offense Extra Lean Whole Or
with two good backs going off A1ITA

tackle type team., which of Tampa should Plant prove, a similar a goodpreview Half ((5-7 Lbs. Avg.) ._ i


,Better prepared to help the team Sliced FREE! The Other -
more and more as they gain experience / LI
are linebacker James White C
Meat-
Daniels, No. 31, 160-10; guard Josh BONELESS le
Lewis No. 66, 165-11; guard Dante
Williams, No. 60, 180-11( ; defensive /

PORK LOINS

InterlachenTo


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Coaches SayA $268. _


tough Interlachen High football
team comes to town to face 9-0 Bradford _
High in.the.final regular season .
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gtjpie at 8 p.nf.:''' wPhdayifiNf : hh t
16).
Class 2A Interlachen,7-2, has the J
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best offensive line the Tornadoes ,. T
will face this season, says Coach __
Roland Cummings, the Tornado ,
defensive coordinator. Head Coach $199
David Hurse agrees. Coach Lanier
Clyatt, the offensive line mentor,
ranks the Interlachen slightly better
than that of Tampa Plant, the Tornado Genuine Idaho Baking
foe in the first play-off game
Nov.23 in Tampa. I
.The Interlachen Rams are aggressive -
have good size,and No. 1,. POTATOES 10 Lb. Bag '
III
good
Eugene McDonald, is a pretty p;
runner, says Coach Hurse.
McDonald, 5-7, 155-11, the leading 41
Ram rusher,has carried 89 times for
534 yards and six touchdowns.

5-10 Fullback, 191-11 Kelvin Is a plugger Jenkins,and No.has 44, 7 Oz. Elbow Macaroni/Long 28 Oz. Plain Or With Meat Half Gallon CartonBREYERS

rushed 66 times for 391 yards and
also inside Or Thin Spaghetti/Vermicelli RAGU HOMESTYLE
three TD's.Jenkins plays
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linebacker on defense,and is tabbedas ICE
the beet Ram hitter. CREAMETTES PASTA
SPAGHETTI SAUCE
Quarterback Mike Bowman, No. CREAM
10, 5-11, 143-11, has completed 44 of
98 passes for 8641 yards and six TD's. AQ
Bowman Is also the defensive safety
and has nine Interceptions.Wide 3I99diIj1'39 2/$5 .' "
receiver Lonnie CUster No.
11,5-8, 140-11,has made 38 of the 44 -
.pass receptions and has caught all _
six touchdown passes. Custer is the
defensive cornerback on the strong of _
side.He and Bowman are tabbed the
best Ram defensive backs. '18.25 Oz. Butter/Yellow/ Lion 7 Oz. Puffed/Crunchy
8 Oz. Food
The Interlachen offensive line the -
backs work behind averages well Devils Food Betty Crocker WISE CHEEZ
over 200 pounds per man. Right
guard Jeff Keene,5.11,225-11,Is tab- SOUR CREAM
bed the best Ram offensive lineman. CAKE MIXES DOODLES
Keene comes off the football very JM
''well and is the best Ram blocker.
'Left guard Eric Greaner, No. 52,
6-11,220-11. goes two ways and is an All a/1tY11/ t 2/$1/
/,inside linebacker on defense. H H89SU 0 SOUR 99C
Weak side tackle Chris Cheatham, : CREA M
'.'No.76, Is big at 6-1,282-12. and also
plays defensive tackle. Strong side _
tackle Daren Haneline No. 62,5-11,
,"" 165-11,Is a good blocker and gets off Giant Food Lion '
the football in good
the snap of

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50,
Carpenter. No.
Center is Jim . . . . . . Each _
5-eio-u.
Seven Rams ways. ,The
three defensive payers on the weak
side are one way defensive players. 8 Oz. Merico 6 Oz. -. Frozen
They are weak side defensive end Pabst Draft
Robert Cole No.65,5.11,16411; outside TROPIC ISLE
linebacker Keith Flowers, No. COCA COLA Pabst X-Lt CRESCENTROLLS
:' 173-12, and cornerback
., Eur5-10. No.3, M. 137-11.
COCONUTfieferfoot
Pabst
Interlachen 7-2 has lost only to Jt
and Union County, (: .
WUliston, 22-7, 99
A 27-6. WUliston is going to the Class

2A,The state Rams play-offa.have beaten Hawthorne Pk,. at 12.12GI. Caa>Wtt Cake, 2/$1/
36.0, Newberry 9-7 Chiefland 28-6. Caffehw FIM DM Cake...........,2.99 209 CN 890 '
Clay High 14-8.Keystone High and' kg. at 1M2 Oa. CaavSpriU.DM .
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to the STARK BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT ing Board on Monday December 3, 1990 COPY OF YOUR WRITTEN DSttNSll: ir
\ : Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto located and described at 7:00 In th. Council room of "ANY TO IT ON EUGENE P. SHAW Husband's .
,the Order or Final Judgm.nt enteredIn on property p.m. whose address Is 925-E
I I gqfNotice this the below: Stark. City Hall. 209 N. Thompson attorney
J caus In Circuit Court of Bradford Avenue. Stark. Florida
; I Tr + ,. County Florida I will sell the property Old Lawtey Road Lots 11 4 Section 12 ofPow.lI' Street Stark.. Florida. Th. Zoning 33091 North Temple on or before December 14, 1990
'I" unrecorded subdivision Board will make a recommendation to
,,' situated In Bradford County and file the original with the clerk of this
27 Township 6 South Range 22 East the Bradford County Board ,of Adju.tm.nt
Florida described Husband'sattorn.y
"'.t,. 1 I .. : as: Parcel I No. 03843-0-O0001: who will take final action on this court .Ith.r before service on
1JI J Lot 32 of ARI WOODS SUBDIVISION as will or Immediately thereafter;
Th. Stark. Board of
Adfustment sch.dul.dmoting
INTENTIONlb thereof recorded In Plot Book application at their regularly default will be entered
per plat as otherwise a
NOTICfcOf NOTICE OF INTENTION conduct a public hearing on November 18 1990
REGISTER "TO REGISTER 3. Page 53, ol the Public Records of Bradford 29. 1990 In the Council Room of Starke on Tuesday December against you for the relief demanded In

\ County Florida all lying and City Hall at 7:30 p.m.. Stark, Florida at 7:00 p.m., In the Council Room ol the Husband's petition for dissolution of

JI iuonr.fa'<(j tc .Idi9fQNdrt) '!' + .QWIItI''fI1' ls 7>rirebVBlV n>4riof fh. Range 22 East. Stark. Zoning Board Stark., Florida. DATED this 13th day of November
rtsnds'\ 'r ", ctrl J' W'or,'.*, 'und hlpn.d, Rebecca Dugat Jnc.f Rl-) at public salt to the highest and best At this time all persons will be heard Those persons, groups or agencieswho 1990.
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d J' "'Ing. Kt. 2 Box 1263. Stark..l'lorlda32091 : Florida 32058 sole bidder for cash at the front door of the concerning this application as specified have Interest In prop.rty adjacent RAY NORMAN
"' '|joint owners, doing business under the Box 718. Lawtey und.r the firm"foame Bradford County Courthouse In Stark., In the Zoning Codes of the City of Stark.. to or In close proximity to th. proposed CI.rk of the Court

,firm nom* ol e..11_. R .ra! Bo* 1362.Swrtesi owner doing fnsurpn.Wor1d.business! 353 N. T.mpl. Florida at 11:00 a.m. on Nov. 29 1990. 1 1/B 2tchg Darrell O'Neal .Ite, or who have other evidence to present By: Lasher Allen
Florida 32091 I Infenivto1 ralstorjsold.Ilctllloui \ of RAY NORMAN ZonIng Administrator should appear and be heard at the Deputy Clerk
nom. under rhe alot.rpIEat '.*'Av>, Suite BLStark" Florida'3201 l In. Clerk of the Circuit Court 11j5 PO No 698 Stark. ad. of .dl. times and place prescribed.Anyone who 11/13 4tchg, 12/6 PO No.710
.. n t' V. i/" ; fends to Wglstsw. MIld/ ftafll; $ "'J Dated this 25th ditt:,ol: )jfcttoBraitferd fI"i !.j oresol4>} totutA\ 'WH4 By: proceedings shall be responsible for
Clerk
\-J, ;"(" C.uo.; ", (' {bated this 8 day Hf No\eTnbe, '"S990 In Deputy CALL FOR BIDS their own arrangements. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
11/22 PO No. 680
11/1 4tchg Th. Town of Brook.r will receive bids
: lO/2Hlpd 11)15 PO NO. 671 Bradford Countjl.1l Darrell I O'Neal" NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PRO
U Y 12/6 PO No" 703 for tree removal and tree trimming. If
/1 S 4tpd ,
Official
... Zoning Admlnsltratlve POSED ORDINANCE NO. 90-7: REPEAL.
NOTICE you would Ilk. to see locations, contact
W' 11/iS 2tchg 11/22 PO no. 709 ING BRADFORD COUNTY ORDINANCENO.
Charles W. Heavner has mad. Gen. M.Ivin, 4851343.
: application
-it' NOTlC*OF INTENTION '" 90-4; ESTABLISHING COUNTY-WIDE
...t'. : NOTICE OF INTENTION for SPECIAL EXCEPTION No. 2 Bids must be sealed and received on
TO REGISTER SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FOR THE PURPOSEOF
FICTITIOUS NAME .' TO REGISTER, In Zoning classification 8-3 for or before 7:00: p.m. Nov.mb.r 26 1990. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
Automobile and truck sales and service ;
'FICTITIOUS NAME Mailing address Is: Town of Brooker REGISTER

Pursuant tojSectlon 863.09. Florida Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida to the STARKE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTon P.O. Box 127, Brooker Florida 32622.Th. FICTITIOUS NAME SPECIAL PROVIDING ASSESSMENT DEFINITIONS: DEFINING: IMPOSING IMPROVED
located and described
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Statutes, notice Is hereby give that the below property Town Council reserves the right to Pursuant to Section 86509 Florida PARCELS AND UNITS TO BE

undersigned. Timothy Dole Faulkner.! Rt undersigned R.b.ctopupq tIrici. Rti 1 Parcel: No. 04438-040600 In Section accept or reject| any and all bids. Statutes, notice Is hereby given that th.und.rsign.d ASSESSED: ESTABLISHING SPECIAL

2 Box 1734. SMirke. Florida 32091, solea.woer. .Box 718. Lawt.y. Florida 32058 sole 33, Township 6 S., Range 22 East. Town Council Rebecca Dugal Inc., Rt 1 ASSESSMENT RATES: PROVIDING FOR
I the firm und.r the firm Brooker Florida 32622 Florida 32058 sole
und.r Box 718. Lawtey
doing business owner, doing business Located on the North side of McDonald' LIEN AND ENFORCEMENT OF SPECIAL
't: St., 353 N.T..I. 1/13 2tdig 11/22 PO No. 707 doing business under the firm
'i.. "rsnjipf" Scorpio.. 118 S. Thompson name of. Auto. Insurance World Restaurant beside Exxon Service Sta owner ASSESSMENT: ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE
/arll...FIorldoa3091,[: Int.nd. to tealster ......:, Sui" B., Stark., Florida lion name of AAAbsolute Auto Insurance DATE.
( ,llttitlous und.r th. aforesaid > World 353 N. T.mpl. "' '.., Stark.,
j.me Id !name .' :32091 nterlds to register said fictitious Th. Stark. Board of Adjustment will NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the
> Florida 32091 Intends to register sold llctltlous
Statute.Vrboted name under th. aforesaid statute.Dated conduct a public hearing on Thursday IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF aloresald 3rd day of D.c.mb.r,1990. at 10:00 a.m
the
2e. Brad- und.r
:: this Day of October In this 8 day of Nov.mb.r;1990 In November 29, 1990 In the Council Room THE 8TH JUDICIAL name the Bradford County Board of CountvComml..lon.r

ford County. Bradford County. of Stark. City Hall at 7:30: p.m., Stark., COURT IN AND FOR statute.Dated In regular session to beheld
66S. this 8 of November 1990 In
10/25 4tpd 11/13PO, No. day
b..n reviewed
Florida alter
rn. 11/154tpdt3/6PON6.7D4 having by
BRADFORD COUNTY Bradford County. at the Boards Meeting Room at the
'.',. the Stark Board.At .
'.' Zoning FLORIDA Bradford County Courthouse, Stark.,
'. ''"-- this time all will b. ward ll/154tpd13/6PONo.703
,
'fi f ft persons
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;" GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION Florida will hold a public hearing on th.
\\t / : INTSNTlOMTO ( ; concerning this application as specified 90-381-CA for .
; NOTICE OF INTENTION NOTICE OF CASE NO. proposed enactment adopting Ordinance
In the Zoning Codes of the City of Stark.
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t: 1 TO REGISTER REGISTERFICTITIOUS .. Darrell O'Neal FIDELITY BOND AND" MORTGAGE COM IN THE CIRCUIT COURT No. 907.
'IFICTITIOUS NAME f' NAME I.; Zoning Administrator PANY EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN Th. substance of the proposed,or
-/V -, Pursuantto Sectkm,863.09,' Florida Starke Bd of Adl| Plaintiff AND FOR BRADFORD dlnance to establish funding by special:
Pursuant to Section 863.09. Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby/given. that the 11/8 2tchg IllS PO No.699 vs. COUNTY FLORIDA assessment for Emergency Medical Services
.Statutes, notice is hereby given that the undersigned;. Rodney Mulchings.. 1516 TONY GLEN MCRAY CASE NO: 90-542-CA (EMS) for the health and welfare of

r.',,,.undersigned Lawr.nce P. Naiworth Walnut ,'t,...Green''Cove Springs fl PUBLIC AUCTIONRon Defendant. IN RE: Th. Marriage of: citizens of Bradford County Florida.All .
soleowner
P.O. ,Box 484. Starke. Florida und.r 32091 the firm 32043 sole owner, doing business under Denmark Self-Storage will hold a NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to WILLIAM BRESEE Interested parties are Invited to

of, doing North business Florida Communications, the firm$ name of Hand S Automotive, public auction of Bin Numbers 78 83 the Final Judgm.nt of Foreclosure dated Husband present their comments at the time and

247 name S. Westmoreland St., Stark. Florida North 301, Starke, Florida 32091 Intendsto belonging to Jull. Padgett Cr_.. and entered In Civil Action No.90381CA and place set forth above.
32091 Intends to register said fictitious register sold fictitious* nom*under the, Th. sale will take place at 2117 N. of the Circuit Court of the 8th BETTY ANN" BRESEE Persons are advised that If they

..Artome und.r the aforesaid statute aforesaid statute. T.mpl. Av. Stork., Florida on Saturday Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford Count Wife. decide to appeal any decision mode at

,,': !*../.;.Dated this 19 day of October In Bracj- Dated this 30 day of October,..1990 In Nov. 17 1990 at 9:00 a.m. ty Florida wherein the above captlon.d NOTICE OF ACTION this hearing they will need a record of
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; 10/2S4tpd 1115 PO No. 667 n/U..chg 11/22 PO. No.. 687 were parties thereto I will see to 1303 Stark., Florida 32091, YOUR ARE they mad. need to ensure that verbatim
!, th. highest bidder for cash at the east NOTIFIED that an action for DISSOLU- record of the proceedings"Is mad.,which
r IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF lobby at the Bradford County Courthouse TION OF MARRIAGE has b..n fll.d record Includes the testimony and

'tt '- 'INTHE CllICUrr COURT OF THE THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Stark., Florida at 11:00 a.m. on against you by William Br.s.., wherein evidence upon which the appeal I. to b.

\ IjIOTIQDFINJENTIONIi+,' ... ., _. 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND" CIRCUIT IN" AN" FOR the 20th day of December 1990 th. h. has, among oth.r things, requested based.
TO REGISTER FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA following described r.al .estat proper the Court award to him any and all Interest DATED this 14th day of Nov. 1990.
FICTITIOUS NAME GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION CASE NO.90-357-CA ty: which you may have In all personal BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida,.I t ,I' ;'A ?' ./,,CASEN0.90J81CA"FIDELITY .LAWRENCE SMITH. Lot 14, Block 2, UNIT 3. SARATOGA ) property acquired during the marriage BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
y: hStatutes., notice I. hereby given that|hi i ,BOND.AND*; MORTGAGE COMPANY Plaintiff HEIGHTS as recorded In Plat Book 3, and all Interest which you may RAY NORMAN CLERK OF COURT
-il> ? unxMrslgned Donna Water P.O. Box vs.THOMAS EARL EVANS and Page, of the Public Records of Bradford have In th.following described parcel of I 1/l S 3tchg 11/291"10.713"

(W V j'2Oa'P.i rllham.( FL 33043 and Mary Harper j '' !.'IotrttM/r N r i-i PAMELA S. EVANS his wlf., County Florida all lying In Section 29, land A In parcel Bradford of County land containing Florida to 13.78 wit:
Off B6x 345 Graham FL 33043
joint
v. Township 6 South 22 East
Range
.ik and LAURA DUROHAM
acres, lying the NW 14 of NE 1/4 of Section
4rWaVs, doing business' under the firm TONY GLEN MCRAY, Defendants, DATED Nov.mb.r 9th 1990.
narrle. of Quick cash flow\ and Gun o.t. t .i: f M 9 IS, Township 7 South Rang. 22East
,110 ) ". n lr y.s NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE RAY NORMAN CLERK OF Bradford and being
Florida
County
'f.. ."j 5h41 i462 S.Walnut St. Stark.,FC3309I.inters NOTICE ?HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pure THE CIRCUIT COURTBY described .
,I l) .;; to register said fictitious name .4. ,..the Final Judgment of Foreclosure dat.d surant to the Final Judgm.nt of : Lasher Allan follows more particularly as Legals . .' ,

4i\.\tuRjtltr the aloresold statute. yy fad ;.ntd.d'')'n"' Civil .Action No. For.closur..nt.r.d In the Circuit Courtof Deputy Clerk Commence: at the Southwest corner of '!.J

V Dared! this 26 day of October, 1990 In' .'90381CA of the Circuit Court of tin 8th the Eighth Judicial Circuit In and for 11/l S 2tchg 11/22 PO No." 706 sold Northwest quart.r of Northeast See Page 12A

J Bradford County. Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford Count Bradford County Florida Civil Action quart.r for point of beginning and run :

.J.Wf"f, d. rl./22'.t4 kll4 1 fy. Fkldai" !wherein. the above captlon.d Case Numb.r: 90-257-CA on October 39 th.nc. North 0 degrees, 9 minutes West
R Pialntfff ond the above''Homed Defendant 1990 we will sell the following described PUBLIC AUCTIONTHE along the Westerly boundary thereof a

rt, 4'. were parties thereto I will see to property lying and being sltuat In BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL. distance of 586.5 f..t to an Iron stake,

N' .SUWANNEE ilW"'UIt' .. the .highest JbldderJar jwsh'ot<< the eoit Bradford Lot 3, Block County 3.Florida Dowling to-wlt Park: according BOARD WILL HOLD A PUBLIC AUCTIONON run thence North 88 degrees, 53 minutes

IMAN..GEMENTDIST AT tt3t'1t ntv yr. _' recorded In Plot THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29, 1990. at East and parallel l t pst Southerly bourn
8 ,to. plat ." .r :
B vqr INQUEST FOR BID 90/9Vflk**. Wm .Book 3, Page 60 of th. curr.nt public 'th. Operallonit.nt.r. 519N." Orang. dory6lfttlltto tl stnt. '1'PII: ) l' B .
I!.. the 30th day of November of 6IlI1RJ f an r..1'unfliDc; /{' .
'' uwann. iM.n Wt C, VWnag. ." records of Bradford County Florida. St., W., Star..... Prospective buyers may
.nt District, announces that It to rev following described real estate .fxYy Said sale shall be at public sale to the preview property from 8:30 to 11:30: a.m. South zero degrees, 9 minutes East and
questing bids for the of borrowvln9 U" '" Jv .; I .; parallel to aforesaid Westerly boundary
purpose p highest bidder for cash In In accordance on day of sole. Registration will be at
'. (h* sum of S600.00O to expand the .. .(Lot')|>BfM'2t71Mr'3n' 5A11ATOGA'HEIGHTS. with the aforedescrlbed Final Judgment 12:00 noon and sole from 12:00: noon to a distance of one hundr.d fifty-two and
'y*y2 exlstfng., headquarters bui'' "l ,locatec( ok ..oor"-.n" Plat Book :3, of Foreclo.ure. Sold sale shall b. h.ld at 3:00 Items for sole are furnltur., forty-live hundredths ((152.45)) feet to on '.
,A |In liVe Oek. Florldq. :'y ,', ropey. ,; of the Public:Reoqrds of Bradford the Main (East) Door of the Bradford electronic p.m. equipment automotlv.equlpm.nt. Iron stake; run thence North 88 degrees.
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Th. ''District would like toe'receive ounlF1brtdatolj'tylnll' In Section. 29 County Courthouse. Stark., Florida at kitchen 53 minutes East and parallel aforesaid Pf
these fund on December 4, 1990 and 22 East. scrap metal equipment Southerly boundary a distance of 211.94
V*.al'ilt 6 SWrthV Roriije 11:00 a.m.. Eastern Standard Time on and school bu....
make three equal principal payments oft D.f tED Oct. 29. !9*>.> VJ .. Nov.mb.r 29. 1990. feet to an Iron stake; run th.nc. South
B200.000.. Interest the. 11/153tchg 11/22 PO no. 708 18 35 minutes and 30 seconds
plus on-. unpaid RAXNORMAN CLERK OF THE RAY NORMAN degrees !
'bQlonc.. on November 1." ",1991: \ ,4, CIRCUIT| | COURT CI.rk of Circuit Court East and parallel to the Westerly boundary

; [ November 2. 1993 and November'.. 1.. '. ... ?. By Carol Williams By: Carol Williams of State Road 100 a distance of 100
: 19,:3, DeputvCI.rk Deputy Clerk NOTICE f..t to an iron stake; run th.nc.north 88

'("' INSTRUCTIONS: Detailed BidSp.cificatlons"may 11/21 PONo." 685 TERENCE M. BROWN. P.A. Martin Russell has made application degrees, 53 minutes East and parallel
be obtained from .lQ! for Plaintiff for SPECIAL EXCEPTION for Home aforesaid Southerly boundary a distanceof STAKKBCHURCH
"'.)-nd Bids-must belied totf .. -- .. ....,. Attorneys Post Office Box 40 Occupation- Estate to the Bradford 300 feet to aforesaid Westerly boundary

Gwen Lord AdmlnlstrafnwAsslstantSuwannee /, ."' : -JI.t.? \' '- Stark Florida 33091-0040 County Board of Adjustment on property of the right-of-way of Stat. Road OF GOD
River*'.'\1I ''''''$,.Ma tt tir"1 tiN$ CURv FOR. 904/964-82n that Is classified RSF-1 and described 100: run thence South 18 degrees, 35 422 N. St. Clair 64-5443 .

District Route :; 'L__>>"I..t// L.'f.... k' ,-n'"'I r,'!rrrIIgADFORD) IDA' FLA.. BAR NO.: 0289612 below: minutes and 30 seconds East along last Poster: David Pleasant .

,r*'' 32060. ((904)) 362.1tf01.Aids Circuit Civil No. 90351CA ll/82tchg11/15PONo.692 Section 13, Township 8 S., Rang. 22 E. aforesaid Westerly boundary a distance Wa Invite to worship with ut
you
f! MUST be Deceived at Districtl4girart.r. FORTUNE SAVINGS BANK.:Etc., Parcel I No. OS555-C-00500. Lot 3 Block C of 355 feet to aforesaid Southerly boun.
..... prior to 2:00 p.m., onbnt.i dory run th.nc. South 88 degrees, 53 Attended Nursery
r .P/ontlff/ ;;t of a r.plat of Mt. Pleasant.. School .______. 10
addv. November 30. 1990. minutes West sold boundary indsy un
:, ', ya. s? ..f* >"f ::J\'f\;' NOTICEJ.P. This proposed request for a Special) along Southerly Fv.omlng Worship ___.___ 11 un
'P n'I 1l/8ltchgPONoto93 i Katherlne Griffin Jr. has mad. a distance of 1295.Bf..t to of
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'.. JACrf '." kl EXEPTION No. 3 Exception Is subject to a public hearingto Evening Smice .__ ___- 4pmWediMedsyYoutti.
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. Tornadoes Edge 34-33 by Eastside,. Give Up Big PlaysEscaping

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with a 34-33 win In a tngs, the Tornado defensive coordinator Stacy Smith, No. 23. broke a 42
Dirt. 3-3A Shootout with Eastside then put his first string yard run on the first play from tackles, almost going to his knees 18, and tour playa later Ham back -game. But a bad'map from center,
High Tornado gridden managed, defense in the game to stop the scrimmage after the Rams received both times but recovered his speed Strappy was in the BUS endzone. which arched high and was slow netting
by the skin of their teeth to keep Rams.On third and long five Tornado the opening kick-off. Tornado for a 48 yard gallop to the Easlside Beaty EP kick made It 28-21, BHS. to the holder, resulted in a
their undefeated status intact. linebacker Andy Goodowns Robert Hankerson chased Smith three yard line. Hankerson punchedover with l 9:03: left in the third period. squlbbed kick.
BUS went to 9-0 on the season and and defensive end Wyatt Collins down. from the two with 30 seconds re- Bradford then moved the football i From there BHS stopped
7-0 In Dial.3-JA play.Eaataide fell to moiled outs quick pitch to Ram WO Taking over on its two yard line, maining in the first period. Jenkins' 51 yards but stalled when QB Sheffield -, Eastside took over and ran the
Stacy Smith and tossed Smith for a Bradford drove 98 yards in 12 plays. kick put BUS up 14-*. was thrown for a three yard; clock out driving downfield.SrMMrtMIWl .
U.On a rainy night on Citizen: Field four yard loss. A 30 yard Ram punt Big plays were a 41 yard pass to TEAndy Julius Harden,the BUS stong end, loss back to the Ram 13 yard line.A,
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In Gainesville, the Tornadoes was dropped but smothered by BUSquarterback Goodowns, an IB yard keeperrun stopped wideout Jamal Carter after 30 yard Jenkins field goal attempt 14 '14 S I 4MHMMH
! jumped out to a n-t first half advantage. Reggie Sheffield. by QB Sheffield, and a 10 yard just a yard on third down on a quick was wide to the left. ** 5 a 11 a M
.But Eastalde kept breaking big Bradford had a one point lead and burst to the Ram 5 yard line by Allen pitch end run. From the Eastlda 20 then. WO 'H' apNH..Ira .
plays and got back in the gain when the football back, and went to work Jenkins, who hurt bin knee on the BUS regained possession on its 24 Smith ran for is yards,QB Wicker 3, O.,MW M iiMMMJ
the Tornadoes came out tentative In driving the football against. play. Hankerson who scored three and covered the 74 yards in seven and RB Ron Kelly:yards out to the Vww ...m IPIMPrawiVw
the third quarter. Eastside."Hang on to that football"Head times and had 209 yards on 24 carries plays, QB Sheffield going in from Ram 45. ''Then RB Strappy broke 51 .**..
Bam backs Troy Strappy. 101 Coach David Hurse repeatedlyshouted scored from four yards out. It five yards out. Jenkins' EP kick loose for a 55 yard touchdown run on PC-PA-PI... -M Ml M4tt *
yards on 14 carries, and Stacy: at Tornado ball carrier was 7-0, BUS with 4:51: remaining in made it 21-6 with 9:21 remaining in which about half a dozen Tornadoes Pu.PwaM.-IMI 1" 11P.a.111aa
Smith, 129 yards on 12 carries, kept Robert Hankerson and Julius the first period. the second period. Big.plays were .had a chance to stop him but didn't. yrd -M 4.45
Eastalde in the game and almost Harden who took over at wingback Eastside came right back, covering run of 22 yards by Julius Hardens Eastida had drawn within one point, -..S mm.ryiHMlww
pulled off a homecoming win., after Allen Jenkins got his knee. hit 80 yards in 5 plays,Smith scoringon and 18 yards by FB Hankerson. 28-27, and tried.to, pass for a,two n sredMrl HIS... a..aMS. k.cN .-
A missed extra point kick,caused' early in the first period. a 38 yard sprint around right end: Eastside made one first down on a point converson., and, missed with *.4 VM*.....BP'.IS.w JOTkkw,kkk..
by a high arching snap from center, Behind the Tornado offensive line, Other big plays were runs of 30 and 12 yard end run by Stacy Smith 1:55: remaining In the third period. TI_,1.11.l0.
Collins guard Philip The extra before safety Vinnie Blye kicked The missed converson turned out to I) BMtiM WMto ramr stacy Smnk, U
in the third period turned out to be 11 yards by Strappy. point .
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the difference as the Rams tried to Crawford and Jason Norman, kick failed and BHS led 7-6 with 1:37 Smith out of bounds. As rain, which be the difference in the game yard...BPt kkk MMM. ,11. IO.BTMMT4 1 I
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tie the game at 34 with 8:50 remain- tackles Shawn Jenkins and Clayton left in the first period. had stopped before the game, Smith kicked off Into the Bradford ywrri 4) .....MFi Jwikliw HHBB kkk. .... 1Q.
ing to be played in the fourth period. Manning, and tight end' Andy Allen Jenkins returned the started again Eastside tried its only endzone. From the BUS 20, RB 41 BrMMr MKftOB. *RnfM Mwff......11 yard
The Rams could have gone.for a two Goodowns the two runners punchedout Eastside kick off 28 yards to the Tor- pass But Tornado DE Clayton Man Hankerson burst into the secondary r...BPt''JMkku kick fill M.II .
point conversions and 1. but 30 yards in eight plays on gainsof nado 41 yard line. Jenkins hurt his ning got in tho ES backfield and from left tackle, cut outside and BrMMM HI...O'BMf M MwlfllM 14 yard
didn't. 5,3 2.5, 7-plus. 3, 9, and 4 yards. knee on the return and from then on threw QB Ben Wicker for a five yard peddled down the Eastside sidllne on r...B Pr J lilm kick.11H,M.
Bradford failed to make a first When Eastside ran out of time outs, Julius Harden was the Tornado loss. On fourth down Stacy Smith a 63 yard run to the Ram 17. a) ...1tI....-QB B..WIe_, I IMI.... .Pt
down then on three straight Hanker- BUS let the clock expire as QB Sheffield wingback. the Ram punter, faked a kick andran Wingback Harden got eight yards Tray .,,_..r..r a Iw4>.pMM m rin i.
son dive plays, coming up three took a three yard loss and fell On first down FB Hankerson broke which netted him 38 yards then Hankerson hit for 5-plus, and in.M. ,,,_,4 < ,.Pt
yard short Coach Roland Cumm- on the football to end the came, through the left side. and broke two earlier: But this time Tornado got the TD from four yards out. Jimmy I BMMIMTray Buty" ,kkk.ttM.M.II yard M
linebacker Joe Gordon. nailed Smith Jenkins apparently took his eye off ... ..
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after a 10 yard gain. the football; his extra point kick was .Pi ,.........list,M.
1 It gave BHS the football on the on the ground. But BUS was up by 4) sradNrd Ilse as a.A.r/ H.....__.. 4
Ram 30 yard line, and four plays seven, 34-27, with ::37 seconds re- yard nM..Pi _....'kkk'.''IM.,ar.10.
Turkology Contest later QB Reggie Sheffield ran 14 maining in the third period. 11 ..._OB_Wkkir I ym.,...BPlwiyt
yard around left end for the Eastside wasn't> ready to quit, kick'_IIM!.........
touchdown. Jenkins' fourth EP kick however. Jenkins!.klckoff went into
put BUS up 284 with 1:26 remaining the Ram endzone and they took over
Win a Turkoy for Thanksgiving In the second period.' at their 20 yard line.Nine plays later
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Name: Kelly QB Wicker went over from a yard
,Rules: Each space below represents the Tornado kickoff at the Eastside out with 8:50: remaining in the fourth
some business firm of Bradford County. 24 and got through the Tornadoes for period, pulling Eastide again withinone
Phone 76 yard kick off return, the longestrun point. 3433.Eastslde .
Use the scrambled letters, commas, of the night. Tornado corner- ,coaches must have r "a'.a
periods, apostrophles and ainnpr l'I'1ds' back Robert Nichols, also No. 24, figured there was time to get more Mae MI.45 e..IS.L.rlw..M yw.aw..rara..r.
and arrange them to spell the lim) finally chased Kelly down but the points on the board. They opted to ..
name exactly, using all the letters and &AACEEE nose of the football only a loot from kick the extra point and .tie the_

punctuation marks to enter this contest. ILLPRTTT the The Bradford Tornado goal defensive line. line piledup .',,;,!.;?';''i''....,:,"?...,.,;(,;(';'.';?...';,.,-,;I'I..';?:';,-,;["" {"?',...".;LJ SSit{,?.1:(,'?" ,?'1"'
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over left guard for the score. RB
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tried twice to pass to RB Hankersonbut ,
AEEFFIMN AACDDDEEGII both passes fell just short On '
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AAMAHKMOO AAAABCDEE ABCCDEEEE AEEIIJLLL for a first down. the result of your help we are now in a position to
MRSWWY QB Bowman, right handed is tabbed -
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PPRRRSSSTTTT a strong message
n + by BUS scouts as a fair passer. .
U ....... ,,- ,.'" FT .;who.can', .deep ;pret1Y,weJl) ,.. Congress: know e that we....want government. hal>treats its:2::
Bowman throws to Lonnie Coster citizens: .fairly; ,that rccogniies "; the-imfalrttthee of".
No. 11, most of the time on a deep that maintains'strong
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ACCEEEEEH &AAABCEEEE AAAAAACD sideline route and on a deep slant-in educating youngpeople;
AACCEEFKN IMMNNNNOO EEEGGILNNOO EEEFGIKLNN pattern and to the tight end No. 84, defense while never forgetting the needs of its own
OOPRRRSS PRSTTTT 'I Steven Thompson, sometimes citizens. Fifty seven percent of the people voted their
TTTUY RRRRRSSSTTT OPPRRSSSS across the middle. confidence in me. But I vow to represent all of the
The Ram defense is like
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that of the Tornadoes. people. With your help that's what Til do. Thank you for

The off-tackle left and right and your support and my door will always be open to your
AAABCCDDE ACEEILMM MELLOR CEEFFHH the fullback dive running offense of suggestions.
FFGIIIIJKKLLLNN the Interlachen Rams should be a
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,Bradford County is applying to the Florida Department of Community Affairs (DCA)for a grant under the Neighborhood Revitalization
category in the amount of$650,000.00 under the Small Cities Community Development Block Grant(CDBG) Program. For each activity that ,DEMOCRAT: '
is proposed at least 60%of the funds must benefit low and moderate income persons.All activities are located within the unicorporated areas I
of the County.All activities,dollar amount and estimated percentage benefit to low moderate income persons for which Bradford County is

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Bradford County plans to minimize the displacement of persons as a result of planned CDBO funded activities in the following
manner: 1 No permanent displacement of persons will result from C.D.B.O.funded activities.If -- -=
any persons are displaced as a result of these planned activities Bradford County will assist such persons in the following manner: =- --
No permanent displacement of persons will result from C.D.B.Q. funded activities. -- -
A public hearing to provide citizens an opportunity to comment on the application will be held in the Bradford County Courthouse on --- .. ,+1 -=-
Wednesday November 21.1990 at 7:00 p.m.A copy: of the application will be available for review at the Bradford County Courthouse = --
'011 Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 ajn. and 5:00 p.m.The application will be submitted to the State on November 29. --- ---

'1990.'Ib obtain additional information concerning: the application and the public hearing,contact Mr.Ray Norman Clerk of Court. --- r' ---

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manner:::No permanent: displacement of persons will result from C.D.B.O. funded activities 5 out of Compassion'& Love =
If any persons are displaced as a remit of these planned&ctivitiea.1be: City of Starke will assist such persons in the following .

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Tuesday November:zo. 1990.at 7:00 pea A copy of the application will be available for review at City of Starke City Hall.Monday = PLACEStarkc'Elementary: SchoolPHONE G.E =
through Friday between: the boors of 8:30 am and 5:00 p.m.application will be submitted to the State on November 29, 1990.Toobaia 5E
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be School played 4701 at Himes Tampa Avenue Jesuit in Tam High i. A 1.3 [ ARRIVING 1990 BEAUJOLAIS NQUVEAU :: ,,.{ A'LV ,' P .'

pa. Take 1-75 to Tampa and exit to I CALIFORNIA I JABOULET ,' -
the west on either Hillsborough or 1\\,,' ( NOVEMBER CHARLES SHAW ,VERCHERRE! I J 'A
Buffalo. Going west look for Himes : T .1 n
Avenue.Just past a residential area 4'\ I 15th 5.99 '2? 9.'99 '75o'i, ', I .,-v
and park, turn left onto Rimes i REGULAR OR LIGHT
a city .. ,. _
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and there. u
Ave. you're ; ; : *z.10069SALE
Tampa Catholic 8-2 after beaten r 1 12
14-7.by has Tampa clinched Jesuit the championshipof this past Friday t ': IZI (d) __, a 11I.l: IIIIIh1f: .I.] 'jl CANI-2.0 .MFR ,.

Dist. 4-3A. Bradford, 6-0 in Dist. -- / I REGULAR,LIGHT, -1202. SUR SEB.6 AFiER
3-3A play has clinched the title in i 1 YIElD -- --/ \ MICIIELOB DARK,mr NR BUS. Z.99 REBATE

Dist.Tampa 33A.Catholic the Crusaders, II. DAY THEM YS I I i FOSTERS IMPORTED =I""'W. ,. ;...rw. rrrr ,
: 9 :: 'L-t.T. AUSTRALIA H.A.BTlS.4.49 .11; REGULAR
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clinched the Dist. 4-3A title by I ; i IJ' .
beating Dade City two weeks ago. I SALE 1111 ,; I BECKS IMPORTED ..noz. 3.99 << _ee '
Tampa Catholic is a power running a. \ GERMANY H.A.BTlS. < .

I-formation football and team two tight using ends. The the ;3 I I I 1:1If: : 1t""IIU'I""1 'I I"at R i I IMPORTED .12 OZ. 3.99 j .99 SALE
MEXICO N R.BTlS. 1.11l'J.
running threat is Willie Queen who .: I
rushed for 1,300 yards last season v' I' REGULAR, ..12 Oz. JI I_.50 Rl.ATrs M'II.
and is closing in on 1,000 yards this I'.1.' I r, l 1 ; "",r,M! CANS 2.29
I 49AFTER ,
season. E"r.JLGENESEE: s
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Tampa Catholic has good size with IT of I 11.4: REGULAR .120Z. 1.99

several 250-pound linemen, and is ., OR LIGHT CANS \,; j'
very physical.!.The Crusaders lineup "

and Interlachen run at opponents.uses the same offenseas BLUE: ii Scbastiani Sl'lTt'n: ':: LaFr c@lCa' : GEYSER CHATEAU'WINE* Y I .

Tampa Catholic. So, the Tornado \ ASTI BORDEAUXL, ss0uiN OS lien?
E EO\IE
players can get a good preview of flWN ;; PEAK -A PREMIUM SEEN At
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SPUMANTE v
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the offense in the final game of the WLIEBFRAUMILCH CA. RED WHITa. SELECTION 1
season Nov. 16, the week before 4D".=...=......, ...- IiLJ r .i.U'H Aft., ,.
playing Tampa Catholic. '. .......- fKIP' 1.-... 4 77. '", r I 'of"" 189 IIOZ.
Fan buses are going to Tampa 429 ,;._ 649 '- says Athletic Director Mike Sexton. ... ML ML C- ML i.ii: : .. BUY TO-GET 2 FREE 'J .
The cost: $10 per passenger. Call
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964-6800, ask for Wanda Prevatt for ,ft"I" I
tickets. X CHATEAU 14. CAVES ST REMY Scbasttani RIDGE''N MOLSON
Second Round... ,: TIMBERLAY ST. ANDRE VHOP. I COUNTRY ', .REGULAR(GOLDEN
If the Tornadoes win over Tampa ft Al'otCABERNET.AUVIDNDN IONHKANI"Y &udw.af I;': .LIGHT a ALE '
Catholic, they will face Suwannee- :......! RED b WHITE WHITE 21NPANDEL WHIT! (j'1 r :
Live Oak or Crestview in the second Q CHAROENtH"ERLOT 750 7.99 SALE! ZINFANDEL RED OR WHITI 'Yi[ --
ML 359
round of the state who 5.00 st t10L3ir750
in the Region I play-offs.play-offs are 99 n -- 99 i \. 99., .ITLS.
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299 499 3 .
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Suwannet won 28-13win over 1 fa ML ML 2.991E k......,. 750 ML 1.5 LTR. <' '.oJ.< !I
Perry-Taylor County Nov. 10 to .'
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clinch the Dist. 2-3A title. Suwannee i'I11I1"IJH \ '. '
forfeited a district win to Quincy : ] =4.'ml: "" 'iII =IIl'I"1''jl I i. "i:1":1 4 11"I'.mlil-'iII[ =II : .oJ"III; .Jlm' ','..III "f''''=I r. 1 MAGNUM
because of playing ineligible playersand "I' h ... ...........- v ; MAULJQUOIV. i
Friday so the night's disrict contest title with goes Perry.If down.to 1, Brown Bros. aARDO wr' 'ML.10 99 Carlo I Rossi.I_=:::. .c::: LTR. 5.49 TostlTalllnger ...Aln.1O....,. ML 6.99 Corbel Canyon_-Z. LTII. 4.99 t.:" 16 OZ. CAN '

Bradford wins Nov.23 at Tampa I *SandemanVI': 760 ML 12.99 n Gallo RON R..::Ui:: :. :uo. L\[. 3.79 .UT 7SD ML 24.99 Chat. Michelle CH'T M 8.99 I

the Catholic Class the 3A state second semi-finals round game will! : ; *ll Cardo Barolo "M L 14.49 ABC ....::.::::=.:... L\. 2.99 Tons :DRY M 5.79 :: Beringer '''"::.L MLrm 4.49. 259. II CANS OZ.

be played Friday Nov.30, in Starke. .. ladol = M 7.49 i Gallo .j:'::&'t :;'I'r':' L5.79 \ Gold Seal ..O:;,:: ::"'L :M 4.99 Siml DNAROONNAv :M 13.99 _, ._ ,_ _, _._. .''r,

lalckenberg'DN" :M 4.99 Gold Seal .i.;t''W'..:.... L3.79 Great Western ....T :M 5.99 'r Clos Du Bols == :M 11.99 :

Legal Notices Joboulel Verchetre ...::::.., :M 7.99 AlmadenYago lIomll *== LTq. 6.49 Domalne Mumm "T ML 11.99 :; Beringer .RDrN1NON DA.RNn N.ML 10.99 BUSCH a.-- .

; Sangria Red L6.49 Oudinol :M 17.99 .
Lancer's euSCHLNTHTWMM
Rose M 3.99 .ur tNETATt.r M 749 BUSaJ
:' I ." Inglenook ....
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING |1v. ..Chassy" cg. '"L 10 449 R.Monday! *** ':::YRC:' ''f L\/. 8.99 Piper Sonoma w.RO MIR..u 750 ML 11.99 : *Acacla rso, 11.99 ; ',4 "' A 99 t
MOM' MLT.0 = '
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PRO- i Rufllno OrvieloDuboeul 6.49 (ITEMS WITH ARE AVAILABLE IN LARGER ABC STORES ONLY) ; 750 }j,,':: _"".:.ifJ- 12-PKcAHS; '
POSED ORDINANCE NO. 90-8 ML Glen EllenSebastian vwi10MNrA; w'w 3.99

ESTABLISHING COUNTY-WIDE SPECIAL .' '! ": M 6.99 ? MOET N. ;',/' :r.. .
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ASSESSMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF FIRE ; at '':::::'L :M 4.29 ...
PROTECTION SERVICES; PROVIDING \\Mallr. d'Eslournel W".o M 5.99 ,:( Cordon Negro ,'
Geyser Peak ::: :M 4.49
;\:
DEFINITIONS; IMPOSING SPECIAL Brut CALIF. RESERVE ': [ "R. ,. lI dges
ASSESSMENT ESTABLISHING BEGINN- Fontana FrascatlMlldara ML 4.99 11.99 RED a WHITE CHINS
I SALE! R. Mondavi > [..ND ML 7.49 i'lut @rr
ING DATE FOR SAID SPECIAL ASSESSMENT ICHANDON
: DEFINING IMPROVED PARCELS r: D'm:.' : 9.49 R. -2.00s;.,. louis Martini ...._L SAS
AND UNITS TO BE ASSESSED: S'.5LT" : ; : .
ESTABLISHING SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS Chateau Oauzac M 10.99 9.99'.' : Gallo .Nn.zerANaL _. lAg !"f' l
I::
RATES: PROVIDING FOR LIEN AND EN _. .
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FORCEMENT ESTABLISHING OF AN SPECIAL EFFECTIVE ASSESSMENT DATE: : ,f{ Devonshire Royal J Creme :iR 5; _1.1ef'.n. DeKuyper =I. ij 6:99': E II Brandy Smi 'R'xnoso.R .:/"jjj'.. ,, '"

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the .: Truffles T.0cocoUi ML 12.99 Amaretlo DI Sarono :IE 14.99 Hennessy VS ML Teo 18.99 Grand Marnier uoua :ft 21.99 i :
3rd day of December 1990 ol 10:15 a.m. CANADA DRY:
the Bradford County Board of County BapulNapolewKOPGlenlivel l :RANDY :M 7.99 CounoIsierVS COGNAC '? 15.99 FrangellcoSomething LJQUIUR '?:! 13.99 Harvey's BE? :ft 7.99 >J'.
Commissioner In regular ...ion to beheld MIXERS
at the Boards Meeting Room at the Mall Scotch :. 19.99 Tin Marla SS5S, :IX, 12.99 Special ,," :M:! 13.99 Drambule ESS" ft 21.99 : : 'j t 89'UTlITOIIIC'ATER.DIETTOHIC' ,

Bradford County, Courthouse, Stark., 1' Bailey's Irish :K 13.49 Southern Comfort iV.. 15.49 Mexlcana Tequila.... :A 11.99 Kahlua tSSS, :ft 13.99 ;:Rl
will hold the
proposed Florida enactment a public for hearing adopting on Ordinance !> i'; ;, 1,292-i ::+ ALE'E:

Th. substance No. 90-8. of the proposed ordinance : 1l11 1 f 1 1 !1 r11Ir1!1 1 !1 1 ('fIf1 1 'ftll'tII I } ,,_.

U to establish funding by special A.L__.._ CANADIAN 'F; :
I FINLANDIA Johnnie rxvtlouse1:
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assessment for Fire Prot.ctlon Service ..M.... I ..._ \
100c0.
(FPS) for the health and w.lfar. of VODKA PREMIUM 86.8 l(5'tfd 1. 4 i1
citizen of Bradford Florida.All CRISTALLea Walker
County THE PREMIUM 18 IN THE 8.99 i\ 17514.49 /
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750 SALE
SALE
.... 10.99
> < 750
Interested partle are Invited to SALE BOTTLE NOT THE PRICE ML BLACK LTB ,
present their comments at the time and I.50"" 3.00 NrR '.
place set forth above. : 21993.00:0" : 1349 : 1749. : __ /
Persons are advised that if theydecide : .t., A9 .LlIE A9 IIWII .
to appeal decision made at f. r L4
this hearing they any will need a record of FREE CS. OF 12.5131.88 CS. OF 6 $80.94 CS. OF 12 $107.88 CS. OF 12.$209.88 CS. OF6.$ 550Seagram's

the proceedings, and for such purpose,
anaAian
they may n..d to ensure that verbatim ;\f'' fLEISCHMANN's. Gilbey's -. : record of the proceedings I I. made, f-; ,
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which record includes the testimony and I): Vodka .....a" W \teLabd. 'nBJ'I., ,-I \

evidence upon which the appeal'Is to be VODKA' 17518.9 t SALE 17511.99 c SALE ..t... SCOTCH y .- :rc- If "

based.DATED this 14th day of Nov. 1990. s.i., :. ITH-3.00 Yn LTR3.00 MN'"iAn ... .... "J' ., \ 1'
1079 -- ,
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999 1099
1399 "
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS t, f 1C 00mV Mill 8.99 IfU ;:-; I '
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BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA > 77 WUTI IlELlIE *1 .J.
RAY NORMAN CLERK OF COURT i CS. OF 8.559.94 CS. OF 6-564.74 CS. OF 6 J113.50 CS. OF 8.570.95 .1 CS OF 12$163 CS. OF 12-$131.88Smirno
11/i S 3tchg 11/29 No. 712 WI.
))1 rr CERTIFIED /fVum Bt-ACK' f CHIVAS
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ; rr. VODXA am e JE ,
:
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PRO
POSED ORDINANCE NO.90-9 80 VODKA Gnu RUM I ot 1.75-12.99 SALE 4 REGAL SCOTCH i:,:;, LARGEST
ESTABLISHING COUNTY-WIDE SPECIAL I LTR'_<( AA m
ASSeSSMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF 99 M [
COUNTY DETENTION FACILITIES: PROVIDING IQ 1499 1 0 1399' 1749 :
DEFINITIONS: IMPOSING ...;.;.:, LTA.u. 9.99 MT ::1 : 24991''
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT: 'ESTABLISHING CS. OF 8 $89.94 CS. OF 8.$65.94 CS. OF 12.$167.88 CS. OF 8'.$73.50 t CS. OF 12.$209.88 SELECTION

BEGINNING DATE FOR SAID SPECIAL .. .. .
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ASSESSMENT PARCELS AND: UNITS DEFINING TO BE IMPROVED ASSESSED: II,', ,!I', fftti 1 : : :- ;;of fli'1.1 : I+ f.ii II : I : I 11 J-m: h I

ESTABLISHING SPECIAL ASSESSMENTRATES Ii'm" LOWEST

FORCEMENT: PROVIDING OF SPECIAL FOR LIEN ASSESSMENT AND EN-: MYERS'SOriginal ABSOLUT : tQ tim's, Gilbey'sGin \\D 1 J' ,

ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. DarkRUM \ ; Gin .. ...' "' ",...G..J' Jll.lIIf;.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 800 VODKA
= 17513.99 -BLACK LABEL p u.. PRICES
BALI
3rd day of December, 1990 at 10:30 a.m. "iii'
the Bradford County Board of County I 99. LTR.-3.00 :... .,,'9 I99 < "
Commissioners, In regular session to be '1599 .899
held at the Boards Meeting Room at the 750'ML') ls 1 10.99 o ILTR': '! 750 ML -

Bradford County Courthouse Starke, A.: FREE ::"_="_ OS OF t2."...,; CS. OF 6.$82.95 Florida will hold a public hearing on the .

. proposed No.enactment 90-9. for adopting Ordinance BACARDI G1o0RQ: Jla.nu e>nnBURN I:.I I ::I '; CEAXTRALVERT@tID)210')

Th. substance of the proposed ordinance AMBER OR SILVER Dickel'' u GIN ,
It to establish funding by special ...- -_. 1.7512.99 4.7513.99 fl1J(1)Il1\\t\J1\ ABC'S N
assessment for County Detention RUM Gill SALE' I .LTR LI1R'WW! .
Facilities (CDF) for the health and LT2.00 K" : --O.UU m U n

welfare,/Florida.of the citizens of Bradford County 15" iorCS.OF12S131.U I 1299 10.99'11'' :10.99 esul' 1249 FLORIDA. I

present All Interested their comments parties al ere the Invited time and to CS. OF 8.595.94 C3. OF -$149.95 CS. OF 8 .$78.95 CS. OF 6.$83.94 CS. OF 8 $73.50

place set forth above. --Cou. on i itetli.. __ l, on dtelll'1cticat4d.sou. .... d ( .
Persons are advised, that If they .w "' : a .
decide to appeal any decision made at IHUMOAT NOV. Ill tltTilllBir. .... 17 MIllar...:It 1 1 wIBIESr.r./ :a u ,t ," .
this hearing, they will need a record of t t SCOIESBYSCOTCH 1 1 ,Iri' ..,I.IIL..I I RON SCHENLEY I I JAMES r ',; (.. -
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proceedings, and for such purpose, they I I I "
'I' It; jMATUSALEM ; t ; 90 GIN 'j 'FOXI'
i- ,
may need to ensure that verbatim I M ; I I ;,," t. r/ "
record of the. proceedings Is made I: n 1 S.491"k: I 1.7t I I 11.49l1.99: :: ., ,",'.... -
which r.-lnclucf.! .the testimony and I II---,. I ll"I, I, !P.I anw..R ..t _' / \
evidence. upon which the appeal Is to bebawd. wiiiiUiii/ -- f I RIllA,. NO*. II IgIW .mi. i I nq.-i, 11IUIIar. 1IG..1 =j I JIIIISIar..2J'- '. '. ,

DATE Into. 14th day of November, GALLO =: ; WHITEPA8TA6II << : 'I I CARLO I AUflADIMJHT. ,r r"-n: :

1990.BOARD VIIMOUTH OSSIMM.." CMIMS ...' .. .
Of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 711 .' IICHAMPA'.II.I 1 I I I t .
BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA 2.29 .. 5A911TLst r I 3.29 U.Pa.ellA 3.89:
RAY NORMAN, CLERK OP COURT. '! 1"--, t R.R.e1M.1..e. '; 1"w.N .RsDM 1"--'
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Camp Blanding Museum & Memorial Park Dedication Set For Nov. 24The


Camp Blanding Military Reser- ing mobilization the National Guard Prior to its conversion to an Infantry M
vation near Starke, Florida, was a beginning in September of 1940 and Replacement Training Center in late
major U.S.Army training center during especially following the Japanese attack 1943 dozens and dozens of completearmy r
the Second World,War. It was on Pearl Harbor,Camp Blanding units and some several hundred .'>1'.1. aM'i
originally established as a state mili- became a major multi-purpose train- thousand men trained at Camp ,' "
tary training reservation for units of ing base for many units and individuals Blanding.: Included were a calvary 'r'f
the Florida National Guard. Follow- representing all branches of the regiment, tank destroyer, field artil- :':
'Army. lery,engineer and medical battalions,
many separate infantry regiments!! and l1' u uI.
nine complete infantry divisions;the
1st,29th,30th, 31st,36th,43rd,63rd,
66th and 79th.
For most of 1944 and 1945a very high "f _
vl "
percentage of the individuals sent to "
replenish the ranks of America's
combat units trained at Camp
Blanding's Infantry Replacement
Training Center. Additionally, the
camp was the site of a German pris-
oner of war compound,a large hospital -
,reception station and,at wars end,
a separation center.Following the war,
Camp Blanding reverted to state con
trol and, by public law, is still oper-
ated as a training site for the National
Guard and other reserve componentsof
,i'VI the nation's Armed Forces.
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And now,the Florida National Guard --.f v1 e.d s' .,. t ,,,(S p
.. 3kipitlrti1 ,- is sponsoring the establishment of the
} CAMP BLANDING MUSEUM AND
MEMORIAL PARK OF THE SEC-
R AANr.g4w OND WORLD WAR to honor and ..
..( remember the war-time history of the
All7lCti1V'> 8'.YAEK 1c'qCIEN'11UAtt1ROf j jVo'CliCtfk camp and all the men and units of the --
U.S.Army who trained here between The Camp Blanding Museum&Memorial Building is pictured just aBer compl*ion.You are invited to attend the
1940 and 1945.The facility will be for dedication ceremony November 24&25.There will be plenty of tmerciting: displays that will provide an enlifltenmg ,
See Page I2B -look at WWII and our local units involvement. :: I


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: Z13 TELEGRAPH TIMES MONITOK Sl<;t'TION November 1980


_ News Briefsby I

Carolyn EivcsBCT Nov. 1 a jury found Gracie Carter Timothy T. Tyson pled no contest contest possession of cocaine; placed Bradford County Jail for 54 days, rested Nov. 11 at Starke Bowling
Staff Writer Barnes not guilty on counts one and attempted cheating; found guilty, on two years probation, orderedto with. credit for time served Lanes for being drunk in public.
two. Count three was dismissed. She placed on six months probation to pay$350 fine,seek counseling and 1;' Donald Ray Magyar was chargedwith
was charged in Rockpile V, May lit run concurrent with probation now testing for,drug,abuse., Annette Marie Rtgdon pled no contesttrespaslofalnuctureoneyear- public drunkeness after he
with possession of cocaine, sale of serving; $50 court costs. ; refused to cooperate with police,according -
Trooper Escapees cocaine and maintaining a vehicle to Robert Olin Fulgham pled no con- probation., to Patrolmen Steven Smyth
Serious Injury keep drugs. Oct. 15 Finals test accessory after the fact;; placedon and W. S. Allen. He was released
: A The following cases received final one year probation, ordered to Walter Curtis Harmon pled no contest after a $250 cash: bond was posted.
Bradford
County resident faces
The State nollied a case involving disposition when the defendants make$100 restitution to victim. sale of cocaine; sentenced to 30
multiple after he assaulted ap-
charges Julie Sedgewick on a charge of worthless months DOC to concurrent with
.. peared for arraignment, docket dayor run Give thanks
a Florida Highway Patrol Trooper. check. of Riley L. Griffis pled no contest case in Baker County.
A traffic Nov. 12 of an east- change plea.
: stop resisting arrest with violence; plac- for safely
bound vehicle on SR-100 started a Francis Eugene Converse pled no Nathan Shane Arthur chargedwith ed on two years probation, must Alvin Barnard Tisdale pled no con-
very involved confrontation with contest sexual battery upon a child complete SO hours community ser- test grand theft; placed on two years
guns but the trooper, the defendant, 12 or under and lewd and lascivious kidnapping tampering with vice, seek alcohol abuse screening probation, ordered to make restitu-
witness, with ,
his wife and four children riding in assault; disposition ordered Nov 13. interferring custody and treatment if necesry at BUGC. tion$1,400 to victim.
the car escaped serious injury. three counts aggravated assault; pied -
Converse charged with violation of Remaining sis charges against Grif
Passenger in the vehicle,Reginald probation for lewd or lascivious no contest to trespass battery; fis were dismissed. Starke Man
Daniel Byrd, was hitting his wife assault on child under sixteen yearsof placed on one year probation.Ronald Charged
who was driving, with his left hand age; disposition scheduled for Johnny James McCutchen pled no With Being Drank Buckle Up
Lamar Andrews
while the trooper was attempting to Nov. 13. pled no contest trespass, ; sentenced .to_ A 46-year-old Starke
talk her man was ar-
to Nov. 12. Trooper Dwaln
Hudson said he told Byrd to quit hit-
ting his wife and he wanted to talk to
Byrd. The trooper walked around HAPPY THANKSGiVING
the car at which time both Byrd and
Hudson opened the passenger's door WinnDixie'TM At Wlnn-DlxU, w0 would Ilk. to Bay
at the same time. Trooper Hudson
all of wond.rful customers,
said Byrd's left arm come around thanks to our
.. with a gun in his hand and he also Ilk. youl For years, w'v had the pUasuroof
saw a shotgun next to Byrd's left leg. assisting, you with your mal planningand
., Byrd's wife apparently grabbed at food needs, and w.'..* grateful when
him to prevent someone being shot. us that opportunity. At
: you've given
Trooper Hudson pulled his
and ordered Byrd out of the weapon car. Thanksgiving, w'r most happy to express
:;' Hudson said Byrd struck him in the our sincere appreciation to all our
chest and they fell to the ground __ _. customers and w* hop we can continue to
where the trooper pinned Byrd but serve you In the future from
was unable to cuff him since Byrd
had grabbed the handcuffs and PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN.DIXIE LOCATION: everybody at Wlnn-Dlxle, have a happy,
thrown them away. A passing STARKE happy Thanksgiving.
,'or motorist called for help on the 470 WElT MADISON STREET
; trooper's radio and Deputy Danny
Thrift arrived on the scene to assist
Hudson. We Have Everything' You NeedFor
.. Byrd was charged with battery,
assault or battery on a law enforce-
: ment officer, aggravated assault
with a firearm,carrying a concealed Your Thanksgiving Feast At .
weapon,possession of a firearm by a
convicted felon,resisting arrest with
violence, said Hudson.
There Is a hold on Byrd foi .
charges in Marion County.

EVERYDAY LOW PRICES

Oct.Circuit 29 FinalsIn Court fNNDiYr


Only one of the six trials scheduledfor
the week of October 29 went !
before a jury. Three cases receiveda Nobody Can Beat Nobody
continuance. The following cases .
scheduled for jury trial received
final disposition by Judge James L.

": ; Tomlinson. Winn-Dixie Helps You Get the Lowest Total Food Bill Everyday.

.,; James L. Arrington pled no con-
test to a charge of possession of con-
traband by an inmate; sentenced to Our Prices. You'll Like the Savings.
four years in the Department of Cor- Compare
rections (DOC) to run consecutive to
':. any active sentence.
W-D SPECIAL TRIM
.. Bernard Nixon pled no contest to CRYOVAC SLICED FREE W-D SPECIAL TRIM :
possession of contraband by an in- CRYOVAC SHANK W-D SPECIAL TRIM '
WHOLE SMOKED _
PORTION or CRYOVACCENTER SELECT LEAN FRESH
mate; adjudicated guilty as habitual /
felony offender, sentenced to four HAM SHANK HALF SLICE <.-.... 4 s BOSTON BUTT

years sentence DOC to run consecutive to d SMOKED HAM '$: PORK BOAST
now serving. "itfib \
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acting, Circuit Judge ,George H. 41 y .: $81 >,:: '1 .
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W-D SMOKED W-D BONELESS W-D SPECIAL TRIM CRYOVAC BUTT PORTION or SELECT LEAN WHOLE or HALF
PORK SHOULDER BUFFET BUTT HALF $477 FRESH PORK I
$258
$127| $197
r::: Community Dinner PICNIC. . .' La TURKEY HAM. IL HAM . . u HAMS . . LI I
SLACK LABEL SELECT LEAN FRESH 1
ia": Planned At St. Mark'sFor HICKORY SWEET ARMOUR 1899BONELESS $99 HORMEL CANNED $998 PORK SHOULDER '
$298 $127
** Thanksgiving BONELESS HAMS to HAM LI HAM . . sIzr PICNICS. . itJEMNIEO
tl If you have to eat alone or cannot HAMILTON LOW SALT FESTIVE
provide the traditional Thanksgiving E-Z CARVE YAM SMOKEDTURKEY
dinner Thursday,Nov.22,plan to $247 98C $197
have dinner at St. Mark's Episcopal HAM . . u. PATTIES . i. LI MEAT LI
Church.
The community Thanksgiving din-

ner House will at be 212 served N. Church in St.the from Parish 11 c. LI f EVERYDAY ,. '" ; EVERYDAY ; l/f t EVERYDAY

::: a.m. to 1 p.m.Members I l LOW PRICE t Low PRICE' Th / alti LOW PRICE
;". of the Parish are sponsoring I 1
meal which will include -
'II the : WMIPPIOSNOIIINING as
turkey and all the trimmings at no I I
I charge to residents who would like to '
., share with them on this national
1: holiday. I I II
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Elizabeth Wade at
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JUST GROCERIES
Pink Grapefruit 3 for $1.00 .
& CHEESETOUmHt $10. -
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We Ship Fruit ROLLS
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PUDDiNG $1000 )
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by Carolyn Eaves reckless driving and fleeing attempting and asked the man to leave but Instead The suspects were arrested after operation included Major W. C. days after they were identified by
to elude, according to he started going through her they sold crack cocaine to confidential Reno, Lt. K. R. HindI Jr., Lt. Tom witnesses as being the ones who
SO I .M WrHmStarke > Patrolman Jerry Feltner. Andrews, vehicle and looking around her yard. informants. Gorman, Cheryl Belcher, Jerry fired shots Nov. 4 in the Reno area.
.t. who was driving the vehicle,changed When Deputy Danny Thrift arrived Arrested was Ronnie Risby, 32,of Feltner and S. M. Smyth. Perry L. Keaton, 22, of Hampton'i;
places with his passenger while he found Leslie Bartow Brown Intox- Hardeevllle, S.C. charged with sale Dennis DeSue, 23 and
Mn'FaceS.: the officer was trying to stop the icated and still in the area. Brown of cocaine,possession of a controlled DUI Arrest Brown, 22, were charged with ag-
vehicle,according to Peltner. was charged with loitering and prowling substance; Tony Anthony Williams During the drug sweep officers arrested gravated assault with a firearm and
'. Multiple Charges Andrews was released after surety ,according to Deputy Thrift 31, charged with possession of drug Bobby Ray Sherman, 34, of shooting into an occupied vehicle,
After Driver SwitchA bonds totalling$8,500 were posted. paraphernalia possession of crack Lawtey for driving under the In- according to Deputy Danny Thrift.
Drug OperationNets cocaine; and CUrtis Shell,28,charged fluence. Sherman's blood alcohol The suspects were allegedly riding
20-year-old Starke man faces with possession of drug paraphernalia. content through the Reno/Crosby St. area
was .15 according
percent
multiple charges after switching Hampton Man Charged ThreeIn to Patrolman Robert Lyons. Sher- while the victim and his girlfriendwere
drivers while police officer was in With ProwlingA Reno Area Shell was released after a $500 man was released on his own washing his car, according to
pursuit of his vehicle. surety bond was posted. Risby was recognizance. Deputy Thrift. Shots were fired at
Lawrence Scott 22-year-old Hampton man was Starke Police conducted an under-
Andrews was additionally charged on a capias for the couple, striking the vehicle in
charged with driving while license arrested Nov. 13 after trying to ge cover drug operation Nov. 9 In the failure to pay a fine for driving while Three ArrestedFor several places. DeSue was arrested
suspended, battery of a law enforce- Into a woman's home by stating he Reno area which resulted in the ar- license suspended, according to In Reno Nov. 6 for aggravated assault by
ment offflcer, resisting an officer was a police officer. rest of three suspects, according to Deputy Gordon Smith. Shooting Patrolman Susan Wilkerson then
with violence, wilful-wanton The woman became suspicious Chief Jimmy Epps. Officers participating in the sting Three men were arrested several charged by Deputy Thrift in the
shooting.Brown was arrested Nov.7
... -_ft -.--- by Deputy Thrift snd Keaton was de-
tained Nov. 12 In Hampton by Chief
.. John Hodges and Officer Michael
Brunetti for Deputy Thrift.

ITS Two Charged
In Theft

Di Of Copper WireTwo

QUANTITY suspects were caught in the
RESERVED,.. act of
----.o Me stealing copper wire from the
_p,_..,a,w city maintenance yard Nov. 7.
PRICES GOOD While on routine patrol two sub
THURS.WED.NOVEMBER the were seen leaving the fence at
15-21, 1990 city yard, according to Lt. K. R
Hinds, Jr.They fled when Hinds put
the light on them, running toward
LIMIT 1 the school grounds and the chase
.C TURKEY WITH was on, said Hinds.
J $20 OR MORI Bobby Eugene Willingham, 22,
FOOD ORDER. and Jerry Don Robbins, 19, were
q. found hiding under one of the portable

L ,; i'I W-D REGULAR GRADE 'A' ((17-LBS. & UP) ii $ pounds builings.of copper Police wire that found had been 250
thrown over the fence from the city
yard.
V Willingham and Robbins were
BROAD BREASTED charged with burglary, theft, accor-
ding to Lt. Hinds. Willingham was
AU. LL BHESCE released after a $2,000 surety bond
was posted.
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?HANpAY ViNC TURKEYS Juvenile Charged
LB. With Shooting

At School BusNo

BRAND REGULAR ((10-14 LB AVQ) W-D REDI-BASTED I1O-14 LB. MO.) W-O ReOtBASTEO((17-LBS' i UP) / injuries were reported after
BROADBREASTED BROADBREASTED (CAROLfflE FRESH shots were fired at a school bus Nov.
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58 78 TURKEY .68' 99 12 at 3:25 p.m.
TURKEY. . it(1W.B8 TURKEy. . uUMJIS . . TURKEYS . u. A 15-year-male juvenile shot the
side of an occupied school bus with a
UP) RICHTURKEY (4-T IB.MML)W-D
SWIFT: .BUTTERBALLTURKEYS TAILS REDIBASTEDTURKEY GRADE 'A'BAKING BB pistol Monday afternoon in the
99'' SSe $198 98c Lincoln City area. The bus driver
. u. or NECKS. . u. BREAST u HENS it stopped the bus to see what the
U I.D.A INSPECTED LOUIS MCHTURKEY U..D.A. .INSPECTED FROZEN GOLD KIST juvenile was doing and as the driver
TURKEY WINGS or TURKEY BREAST $- 38 CORNISH reached for the radio to call for help
68c 68c | 2 $468 the juvenile spit at the driver and
WINGS . . La DRUMSTICKS ,r WITH WINGS. it GAME HENS. %? ran into the woods, according to
Deputy Jason Bennett. Apparently
the gun was thrown into the woods,
when the juvenile came out of the
W-O BRAND U.S. CHOICE W-O BRAND u.s. CHOICE US. CHOICE
SEMIBONELESSBONELESS WHOLE or HALF WE WILL HAVE A woods he did not have a gun
COMPLETE VARIETY OF The ninth grader was charged
u: 'Illl.. ... E-Z CARVE Ilillhlll/ DELMON1CO SEMIBONELESSLAJH3 ALA GEESE, CAPONS KOSHER with shooting into an occuiped public
!.11! STEAK : Co LEGS TURKEYS, FRESH school bus, then released Into the
ROAST
RIB
.; .. TURKEY PARTS, SMOKED custody of his guardian, said Ben-
-,,,, ''' TURKEYS, FRUITED nett.
-- : .: .' HAMS FRUITED PICNICS,
$497 a" $338 COUNTRY HAMS ft. Missing Juveniles
kLB. STUFFED TURKEYS. Arrested At SampsonTwo
LB.
'?:R r.,. .= 4' .oU, ..T.' rr't"J, ;'/ r"f' female juveniles were arrested

.... ""'M' Ft E l Spf&rED $6i 8 try e PALMETTO ltE'tlo: .-t-1'7; -D.tOOKED $3'99 GOLD FRYER KIST LIVERS't: sla' 98 C -'at" a residence Nov. 12 after on Sampson they were Lake.found
PIMENTO, the
Run-a-ways; girls were charged
,. OYSTERS . CAN MLLSMRE FARMS POtSHA,SMOKED or BEEF HAM . . u. with burglary and criminal
MILD MEDIUM or HOTWb POLSHA or W-O CONCORD FROZEN $138 mischief,according to Deputy Jason
t WHOLE HOG998 SMOKEDSAUSAGE $9 98 REGULAR FRANKS IhL99C DUCKS. . . u Bennett. They had apparently
broken into Die residence, where
SAUSAGE. . u I . 0 'u or BOLOGNA . BUTTERBALL! LM. they were staying,through a kitchen
MILO or HOT PREMIUM ORAOC S-M LB. I'I PINKY PIG $-027 HICKORY SWEET $118 FRYER 48c TURKEYS . tt The 15-year-old from Orange Park

PORK SAUSAGE it I SLICED BACON. it LEGQUARTERS La and at Charter-By-The the 13-year-old from Sea. Starke They were met

"""' released into the custody of their
HARVEST parents.

EVERYDAY EVERYDAY EVERYDAY FliP Troopers

IoW PRICE ,.1A Low PRICE Low PRICE FRESH Continue License,

PRODUCE. Vehicle Inspections

Bradford CountyThe
Florida Highway Patrol will
s be conducting driver license and
Nature makes the produce. vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
WlNM.DIXIE makes the difference. ing the week of Nov.16 through Nov.
I I I 22 on SR-21. SR-100, SR-230 SR-18,
HARVEST FRESH SR-18, CR-1S, CR-16, CR-21B,
CR-225, CR-12S. CR-229 CR-231,
AIL'.ANDS. sum*WMOTBW SWEETPOTATOES CR227t221, CR-230and CR-100A
I I LAND0SUNSHKNE- in Bradford County.
The Patrol has found these check-
> points to be'an effective means of en-
ZICE forcing the equipment and driver
KSA" KS $938 290HARVEST license laws of Florida while Insur-
LB. ing the protection of all motorists.


FLORIDATWIN
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Y1 THRIFTY MAID UPERWIANO SUPERBRAND 69 c 4 9645451$2S'OPEcJAIF
-CRANBERRYSAUCE= WHIPPED CREAM CHEESE SUt
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4. TOPPING. 0 0 lUll< SUPERBRAND $ I 59 { !
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.t S' 1cAN' ALL SUPERBRAND LM 0R* MILO SUPERBRAND COLBY $-48 ___________ HARVEST FRESH Starts Friday, Nov. 16
; NAil 99 u... ALL PURPOSE
STICK CHEESE. .
SHERBET .'0' 0 IAL. SIZE '
IAC'ILlItl'lAND' QUAlm!'" U 1111 U:1' PACIFIC

-/: CONDENSEDMILK $169 THRIFTY MAID ... 79 SUPERBRAND Q $1 8
'.'"''. ... '. I 'uY__ ORANGE JUICE 12.WI MARGARINE .O ; sVl HEIGHTSRated
$199
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; INSPECTED FRESH FARM RAISED -SCREEN 2-
PHARMACY 3/40-CT.
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TESTING GLUCOSE
":, ,E CHEMSTRIP BG. 2$2695
FISHERMAN
$599 389ci 'They rode on the
FOR TESTING GLUCOSEDEXTROSTIX "WHARF $399 MUSHROOMS

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4; ALCOHOL SWABS 1 ,99 USB&IMSPeCTVD u..oaa/s.EaEO 58 HARVEST FRESH $199
FRESHOYSTERS $
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301 DRIVE-IN
ALL PHARMACIES' WILL BE CLOSED OYSTERS 0 s01se' 0 . CAN
fr"- THANKSGIVING DAY. 'Starke 9647484Fri.

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4B TELEGRAPH.TIMES MONITOR-B SECTION November IS.1990a

Minor InjuriesIn I SFCC Vocational Career Bay .SetA

r Friday Crash vocational career Informationday Electronics and Graphic Design.Ar- dustrial Education. including
for Bradford County students tls Good will represent Business-. Automotive Service Technology and I
in Only a Friday minor afternoon injuries were fenderbenderon reported and residents is being offered from 9 Programs. and Paul Hutchins lD-.,, Building Construction. _
a.m. to noon Monday November 19, .Ll

{ Shannon A US-301IOuth.1966 Hicks Ford Mustang was northbound, driven by in at Anderws College.Sponsored Center. of Santa Fe Community Sunbelt Chrysler Plymouth DodgeWould

M.IMo r the inside lane of US-301 ap- by the SFCC Division of
Technology and Applied Sciences,
proaching Pep-O Station according [ ]
to Chevrolet Lt. Perry van,T.driven Gorman.by Anthony A 1985 clude the career a variety counseling of session Occupational will In- Like To Vtfelcome To Their

.. Blaha of Graham, pulled out of the Specialist from many areas of the Sales Family .
station in front of the Mustang. The College. .
Carol "'.d. '
struck the Bonds will represent Nurs-
Mustang van in the left
j side. Blaha was cited for failure to ing and Mischelle Gray; other HealthBelated
yield right-of-way, said Gorman. Programs. John Corr will e
Hicks was treated at the scene by provide information on Public Ser-
vice Including Criminal Justice and
Paramedic Nelson Green for contus-
,
sion on his forehead. Child Development, as well as .
Vehicle damage was listed as Technical Education including !.
$3,000 total in the 3:20: p.m.accident Fashion Marketing, Zoo Programs, "'
Nov. 9. Cosmetology, Engineering :t
I Technology in Drafting and Design r :'," ""t I
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I Recent Arrests In Bradford County ..,.. I.l .


Calvin E. Padgett,44. of Hamptonwas driving under influence (DUI), ac- County was arrested Nov. 8 for
; i by Carolyn Eaves arrested Nov. 7 on a warrent cording to Trooper Donald Dean. DWLS, according to Lt. Gorman. Steve Lee Butch Driggers Rusty WhiteRemember
:. j Icy Stuff Writer charging aggravated assault with a Rentz' blood alcohol content was .21 Bond was set at$215.23.
deadly weapon on a law enforce- percent. He was released his "
'
on own /" > -3"" "'*'''
.: j The following arrests Were made ment officer, according to Deputy recognizance. Scott Senate Hoffman of ;'. If tJiis't sfis. not on\y rcx t'i
: in Bradford County by local Danny Thrift. He was released after Gainesville was arrested Nov. 12 for ,.,\ :; !to'-.f\'v0.\
1! authorities. a $1,000 bond was posted. William James Perkins 18, of Ft. refusing to sign citation, according, ;;;,Car olR rick",aOupat ',too much":. :
:. McCoy was arrested Nov. 9 for DUI to Officer Brunetti and Chief
i Cynthia Reddish Kilby,30 was ar- Julie Morris Sedgewick, 35, was after being observed driving er- Hodges. Hoffman ran the stop sign
: rested Nov. 10 for disorderly Intox- arrested Nov. 11 on an Alachua ratically southbound on US-301, ac- at CR-18/323 at 47mph, said Chief Sunbelt Chrysler Plymouth Dodge
': ication according to Patrolmen W. County warrant for failure to appearfor cording to Deputies Tim Giebeig and Hodges. N7//5/
: .: S. Allen and Steven Smyth. Police worthless check, according toDeputy Ron Davis. Perkins' blood alcohol !1 9)1') Hwy 90 West, Lake City,EL
i:: were called to Starke Bowling Lanes Smith. She was released content was .13 percent. He was Howard Waldron 53 was arrested .
F. where a disturbance was In pro- after a $2,000 surety bond was released after a $500 surety bond Nov.8 for DUI,according;: to Trooper Phone: 904/755-3444
F. : gress. Kilby was arrested when she posted. was posted. Dwain Hudson.Bond was set at$700. -- Fax: 904/755-3874

l F: would not leave and continued to .. .. ..... .. .
Sinclair T.Crews 51,was arrested Robert .
;: ; fight with her husband.Bond was set Flynn Corbitt, Jr. was arrested ---- --- -- -" --
.. at$250,she was released on her own Nov. 11 on a warrant for failure to Nov. 12 for DUI refusing to
: recognizance (ROR). pay fine,according to Deputy Smith. sign citation, according to Officer r
g Brunetti and Chief John Hodges. wanted to be home for the
..: Eric Shane Geiger, 19, was arrested Dwayne Hlllman, 23, of Corbitt refused testing. h.. hI .
; Nov. 10 for assault after Gainesville was arrested Nov. 12 on
l p.: police received the report of a fight a capias for failure to appear for David Wallace Kuhn, 33, of Clay Upjohn HealthCare
5 according to Patrolman GeraldHayes. grand theft, according to Deputy County was arrested Nov. 3 for ex- ,
..;: Bond was set at$250, Geiger Thrift. Bond was set at$5,000. pired tag, driving while license "
;::: was ROR. suspended (DWLS) and on a Clay made it possible.
County warrant for VOP DUI accor- I c 1k
Joel Ellington, 24, of Graham was Traffic ding to Trooper Dean.
;z: arrested Nov. 10 on an Alachua) Home health care is an excellent alter-
Steven Gregory Rentz.25,of Bain-
;; County warrant for violation of probation bridge, GA was arrested! I Nov. 10 for Willie Lee Davis, 29, of Putnam when people cannot fully care for
,t";:. for grand theft, according to yet do not need to be in a
'" Deputy Gordon Smith. He was or nursing home. They can en
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C-LLL C-L L 4c"
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i_ released after a $10,000 surety bond "" the comforts of home and family
:. was posted. receiving the care they need, often
Purple Gator Western Wear a cost far below that of institutional
:-. Richard W. Mikell, 27, was arrested rilt .
:r,. Nov. 10 on a capais charging Hwy. 301 South Starke 964-4809
t:: indecent exposure, according to t SEK"I Each year thousands of people re-
t';";. Deputy Smith. Bond was set at (Next Door to Gator II Farm Supply) care at home from Upjohn Health-
1000. Services.. Our services help elderly
fr'Hr1 who want to stay home to main-
Raymond Penell Tyson 31, was
arrested Nov. 11 for retail theft, their Independence. We also help
possession drug paraphernalia, according who have long-term illnesses
to Deputy Smith. Tyson was recovering from surgery and many
apprehended when he ran from the Ladies L/S We provide nurses home health
__ MountainBlouses
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Step Saver on N. Temple after tell- homemakers and companions.
ing the clerk he had a gun in his Jeans
pocket. The deputy found cigarettesnot If you or someone you love needs
( paid for) and drug paraphernalia 20Off 20OffMens health care, call Upjohn Health-
in Tyson's pockets. Tyson was Services. We're the nation's leading
also charged on an active capias for provider of home health care. I
failure to appear for petit theft. II I

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",Gainesville Scott Senate was arrested Hoffman Nov. 12 for of Shirts .- ';\,'x: ..\ V Belts 'I '-r .r f r sa- + :. .... ..., 964-8772 1"4,4807'7.,. '':;.'-.r''''' i .
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possession of drug paraphernalia, Open: Mon. Sat. 9-6 Lay-A-Ways Welcom* = SF
according to Lt. P. T. Gorman. .
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Officers Club Homecoming weekend, October It and tl.
Attendee* are pictured above, from left to right:
If f L 9. Front row Glenn Rltch. Paul Lott. Robbie Addison David Lasslter.
:: 1M David Kirkland Vincent St. John, Charles Fuquay, Mike Rhoden Cecil
Gaiklns and Masts Norton.
Second row: Lauren Thomas Richard Sapp. Tanya Watts Lyna Kay
Davis Mason Jan Mobley Norton. Diane Grlffls Strauss Karen Breeden
Packham Becky Newham Reddish Mary Sue Underbill TomUnson.
., Patricia Edwards Walnwrlght. Karen Glny Johnson Elaine Akrldge
} Crawford Susan Scogglns Jackson, Carolyn Brown Elder and Jan Bitch
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v'v Aldrich, Nancy Strath Gulllc. Katherine Peek Long Patricia Underhill
r r.r BlankenBhlp, Glenda Alvarei Lewis Kay Norman Bitch Doris Ann
r .r !. Spengler! Bettes Donna Tilley Hardeman. Patti Rosier Mayo Cindy
I Strickland Futch Lucille Griffis Palaiil, Greg Rlherd. Tom Edwardsand
Buddy Hardy.
Back row: Alan Pats Tommy Talley. Steve Thomas Jimmy Crosby
David Nail. Richard Wimpy David Savage. Ralph Morgan. Hugh
f Stephens, Mark Mllner Steve Kirkland Jim Shuford and Wayne McCar-

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1970 held Its 20 year reunion October with classmates gathering for the their families were off to Mary Sue white carnation floral arrangement Choice of Soup or Salad
26 and 27, homecoming weekend at Unmderhlll Tomllnson's home for containing seven lit candles. There
BHS. Homecoming game at BHS stadium. food, fun, and a lot of reminislng. was also a picture of each deceased Hot Dinner Rolls or Italian-Herb Toast'Sliced
Reunion festivities resumed member framed together in the oven-roasted Turkey Breast
Saturday night at 6:30 p.m.at the Of- form of a cross.
I ficers Club at Camp Blanding. The Savory Stuffing
Planned For VolunteersThe The entranceway to the dining
Workshop Hospice entracnce way was decorated with a Hot Vegetable
fall arrangement of hay, pumpkinsand area decorated was with adorned tiny with white fica flashing trees of Potato or Rice Pilaf

Hospice of North Central 27 and December at Santa Fe Com- sugar cane. A "Welcome Classof lights. The tables were covered with Cranberry Sauced
Florida is holding a special Death College, Starke Center. 70"banner welcomed classmatesand
munity
cloths red cloth napkins an
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Education workshop for persons in- These workshops;; will not be spouses. Classmates then red and white carnation cernter- ... and for dessert
terested In learning more about available again at these special received a class of '70 button and a pieces containing candle lit lanterns. Choice of Pumpkin Pie,Apple Pied
death and dying. Participants who times so take advantage of this nametag bearing their senior class '
op- Also a red"class of 70"mapkin ana )! or Ice Cream
have completed the program are portunity to experience the fulfill- picutre. In the corner they browsed red and gray memory booklet was )
eligible to apply to become a ment of being an important memberof through a table of class at each place setting.
Hospice volunteer. the Hospice Care Team A memorabilia. In this area Following the class picture, a .
Because of the scheduling conflcts Hospice Volunteer. classmates honored their seven delicious steak dinner was served.
of working professionals, this new Dancing followed with enteratain- Deity'sRESTAURANTS
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afternoon-evening from 4 p.m. to 7 : Lee of local radio station WEAG.
p.m. on Tuesdays November 13, 20, A wonderful weekend was enjoyed '
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Conduct Candle thing-it all ended too soon. Class of 1101 N.Temple Ave. P.O.Box 1090 Starke,Florida 32091
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For Cub ScoutsGood a community service we are now a

behavior earned Bear Den of r conducting complimentary oral
Cub Pack 367 an outing recently.The .
Cub Scouts went bowling i cancer screenings. There is no charge
Saturday. Oct. 20, at Starke Lanes. r
The Scouts were rewarded when i for this service. Call now for an
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longer misbehave to burn.it is blown out taking i G. Gray Flynn 0 0 '

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were:'. Kenny'Hannah Phil' Gregory 11MW *
Sellers, Billy Adams, James Clark ,
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guests Kyle Hannah Rolingf
Michael Gordon,Jordon Presley andMarlssa

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Cookout Dec. 1 It's what they've always wanted. A genuine t 2
warehouse full of tires.
I' A county wide cookout will be LaZBoYrecliner.. Top quality prime relaxing a u
:: sponsored by the Town of Ralford at r '
Prices. Come See! This make theirs for
r\, the Community Center Dec.1 from 1 Great ; space. year one a
[ till 6 p.m. All proceeds to Benefit price you'll feel comfortable with. +
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[ Citizens Against Pollution Union And Tbat's 3
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,:; County. There will also be quilt t
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J:: along with fund Gospel raising Music events provided included by Not All !

groups that want to contribute .
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A FREE gospel concert will beheld Tire Alignment Machine
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,I.,' Center at 7:30 p.m. Donations that does all 4 Wheels.
} will,be accepted to stop tri-
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county land fill sponsored by Includes set caster ROTATE
Citizens against Pollution. Local $1895 camber&toe In to & BALANCE
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I:%< talent will be featured. Everyone infra specs. Inspect Sale!
welcome. suspension& TIRES r
:; FRONT END altering system. For
most American cars. A. "Lydla" Reclina-Rocker recliner or RecllnaWaywall chair

.:. NSDAR Met Nov. 5 $ 95 and Front Chevettevehicles wheel drive $16 A style they're sure to lovel I A transitional look that's big on $39 9

The Colonel Samuel ElbertChapter 39 extra. extra. Parts Moet Can it Light Trucks comfort..blg on style. Features, a triple-tiered bustle back.

',' of the NSDAR met Nov. 5 at '
the home of Mrs. Roy F. Kennedy In ALL FOUR WHEELS

.vi .Keystone Heights. The program ALL A
theme was DAR History. The '
!? speaker was Mrs. David R. Taber. BRAKE SERVICE

./ past Regent and one who ElbertChapter. Replace pads or shoes:
organize the Colonel Samuel resurface: drums or rotors: $5 495
;:'. She spoke of a variety of pack hearings: bleed ft adjust; r +' rtI
.: historical,educational,and patriotic road-test most American cars LLl
activities the : *. Metallic parts extra Front or
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NSDAR. accompusheCb < f F. window on ICO HIDDEN COSTS ON BRAKE SPECIAL a
:;if the door of learning for young US R
Americans.The basic responsibilityof TRUCK TIRES
DAR members' is to teach
children to love God and to revere. GRAN PRIX RVS
those who provided them with this MOUNTED AND
Constitutional Republic and Its 31X1O.50 1SLT 673.0O BALANCED AT NO
blessed gifts to freedom. 31X11.SO 15 LT 79.00 EXTRACDARGE ,
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.. The DAR was founded In 1890 lust ? r
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after the Civil War. Two of the four -
I)t, founders were from the north, two '
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uniting women from north and south

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Volitional Cara Pav Set
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r Friday Crash A vocational career informationday Electronics and Graphic Design.Ar- dustrial Education
for Bradford County students tis Good will represent Business Automotive Service IncludlD'1
Only minor Injuries were reportedin and residents is being offered from 9 Programs and Paul Hutchins In-.,; Building Construction.
a Friday afternoon fender-bender a.m.to noon, Monday,November 19, !
on US-301IOuth. at Anderws Center of Santa Fe Com-
A 1966 Ford Mustang, driven by munity College Sunbelt I DodgeWould
Chrysler Plymouth
Shannon Hicks was northbound in Sponsored By the SFCC Division of
the inside lane of US-301 approaching Technology and Applied Sciences, r 11
Pep-O Station, accordingto the career counseling session will)include Their
.. Lt. Perry T. Gorman. A 1985 a variety of Occupational Like To yfelcome To
Chevrolet van, driven by Anthony Specialist from many areas of the
Sales Family .
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Blaha of Graham, out of the
., L station in front of the pulled Mustang. The College. ...,.... .. ....,.. ... ,I
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Mustang struck the van in the left and Mischelle Gray other Health "./ !; i""
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F % yield right-of-way said Gorman. provide Information on Public Ser- r r
Hicks was treated at the scene by vice including Criminal Justice and V"I ,
Paramedic Nelson Green for contus- Child Development, as well ..sTechnlc.1 ; r "I I
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sion on his forehead. ,'j
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damage was as Fashion Marketing, Zoo Programs -1 \
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$3,000 total in the 3:20 p.m.accident Cosmetology, Engineering: ';''' \ l,,,) "1t t I
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; by Carolyn Eaves arrested Nov. 7 on a warrent cording to Trooper Donald Dean. DWLS, according to Lt. Gorman. Steve Lee Butch Diggers Rusty White
: : leT ft'ff Writer charging aggravated assault with a Rentz'blood alcohol content was .21 Bond was set at $215.25.
deadly weapon on a law enforce- percent. He was released on his own
:'j The following arrests Were made ment officer, according to Deputy recognizance. Scott Senate Hoffman of Rmem'ber' Ian this tag >s"not""
: in Bradford County by local Danny Thrift. He was released aftera Gainesville was arrested Nov. 12 for _Car .. ":3fou paid too xx uc'' :.
; authorities. $1,000 bond was posted. William James Perkins, 18, of Ft. refusing to sign citation, according,
McCoy was arrested Nov. II for DUI to Officer Brunetti and Chief
: Cynthia Reddish Kilby.30 was arrested Julie Morris Sedgewick, 35, was after being observed driving er- Hodges. Hoffman ran the stop Chef Sunbelt Chrysler Plymouth Dodge
: Nov. 10 for disorderly intoxication arrested Nov. 11 on an Alachua ratically southbound on US-301, ac- at CR-18/325 at 47mph, said (
.: according to Patrolmen W. County warrant for failure to appearfor cording to Deputies Tim Giebeig and Hodges. 5)II'i7t
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"" .: S. Allen and Steven Smyth. Police worthless check, according to Ron Davis. Perkins' blood alcohol /1 1 Hwy 90 West, Lake City,FL
1<.:: were called to Starke Bowling Lanes Deputy Smith. She was released content was .13 percent. He was Howard Waldron 53 was arrested Cnryinr-flyfi! utfvp 'i Phone: 904/755-3444
t : where a disturbance was In pro- after a $2,000 surety bond was released after a $500 surety bond Nov.6 for DUI,according to Trooper y
f. : gress. Kilby was arrested when she posted. was posted. Dwain Hudson.Bond was set at$700. -- Fax: 904/755-3874
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.. at$250, she was released on her own Nov. 11 on a warrant for failure to rested Nov. 12 for DUI, refusing to
<, : recognizance (ROR). pay fine,according to Deputy Smith. sign Brunetti citation and, according Chief John to Hodges.Officer wanted to be home for the

;,; Eric Shane Geiger 19, was ar- Dwayne Hillman, 23, of Corbitt refused testing.
: rested Nov. 10 for assault after Gainesville was arrested Nov. 12 on I
F; police received the report of a fight a capias for failure to appear for David Wallace Kuhn, 33, of Clay Upjohn HealthCare
eSt according to Patrolman Geraldr. grand theft, according to Deputy County was arrested Nov. S fnr expired
.: Hayes. Bond was set at$250,Geigerwas Thrift. Bond was set at 5000. tag, driving while license I "
: ROR. suspended (DWLS) and on a Clay made it possible.
; County warrant for VOP DUI,according
L. Joel Ellington, of Graham was Traffic to Trooper Dean. Home health care is an excellent alter
:;. arrested Nov. 10 on an Alachua Steven Gregory Rentz 25,of Bain- when people cannot fully care for
;." County warrant for violation of probation bridge, GA was arrested I I Nov. 10 for Willie Lee Davis, 29. of Putnam yet do not need to be in a
,:;,:. for grand theft, according to a"I or nursing home. They can en-
Deputy Gordon Smith. He was K the comforts of home and family
released after bond
$10,000 surety
receiving the care they need, often
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was posted.
Purple Gator Western Wear a cost far below that of Institutional

Richard W. Mlkell, 27, was arrested .

;: .., indecent Nov.exposure 10 on a,capals according charging tot Hwy. 301 South Starke 964-4809 Each year, thousands of people re-

Deputy Smith. Bond was set at (Next Door to Gator II Farm Supply) care at home from Upjohn Health-
1000. Services* Our services help elderly
who want to stay home to main-
Raymond Pencil Tyson, 31, was their Independence. We also help
arrested Nov. 11 for retail theft, who have long-term Illnesses,
possession drug paraphernalia, according those recovering from surgery and many
to Deputy Smith. Tyson was others. We provide nurses, home health
Step apprehended Saver on when N. Temple he ran after from tell-the Ladies LIS ___[ Rocky Mountain aides homemakers and companions.

ing the clerk he had a gun in his Blouses Jeans If you or someone you love needs
pocket. The deputy found cigarettesnot home health call Upjohn Health-
( paid for) and drug paraphernalia 20Off 20offMens care
the nation's
care Services. We're leading
in Tyson's pockets.Tyson was I
also charged on an active capias for private provider of home health care.
failure to appear for petit theft.
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Class of 1970 20th Year Reo on...

The BUS Class of 1970 held Its 20 year clan reankm at Camp Blanding
Officers Club, Homecoming!weekend October 2t and 17.
Attendee are pictured above, from left to right
R Front row Glenn Ritch Paul Lott. Rabble Addison David Lastlter.
5I David Kirkland, Vincent St. John, Charles Fuquay. Mike Rhoden, Cecil
t: Gasklns and Maxie Norton.
I a Second row: Lauren Thomas, Richard Sapp, Tanya Watts Lynn Kay
: Davis Mason,Jan Mobley Norton Diane Grlffls Strauss Karen Breeden
Paeknam, Becky Newham Reddish Mary Sue Underbill TomUnton,
Patricia Edwards Walnwrlght. Karen Cltiy Johnson Elaine Abridge
, .. Crawford,Susan Scogglna Jackson, Carolyn Brown Elder and Jan Bitch
TUley.
.,\ Third row Fred Graudon Edwin Sanders. Billy Myrick Paula Wade
Aldrich Nancy Struth Gallic, Katherine Peek Long, Patricia Underhill
.Blankenshlp, Glenda Alvarez Lewis, Kay Norman Rltch. Doris Ann
Spengler Bette., Donna Tilley Hardeman Patti Roller Mayo, Cindy
Strickland Futch Lucille CrlffU Palasil, Greg Rlherd. Tom Edwardsand
Buddy Hardy.
Back row: Alan Pats; Tommy Talley Steve Thomas Jimmy Crosby
David Nail Richard Wimpy, David Savage, Ralph Morgan Hugh
Stephens Mark Milner, Steve Kirkland Jim Shuford and Wayne McCar-

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The Bradford High School class of Festivities began Friday night Following the game,classmates and deceased members with a red and
I ; 1970 held its 20 year reunion October with classmates gathering for the their families were off to Mary Sue white carnation floral arrangement Choice of Soup or Salad
, 26 and 27, homecoming weekend at Unmderhill Tomlinson's home for containing seven lit candles. There
.' BHS. Homecoming game at BHS stadium. food, fun, and a lot of reminising. was also a picture of each deceased Hot Dinner Rolls or Italian-Herb Toast
Reunion festivities resumed member framed together in the Sliced, oven-roasted Turkey Breast
,\ Saturday night at 6:30 m.at the Of- form of a cross.
ficers Club at Blending. Savory StuffingHot
" Camp The
Planned For VolunteersThe The entranceway to the dining
Workshop Hospice entracnce way was decorated with a Vegetable
fall arrangement of hay, pumpkinsand area decorated was adorned with tiny with white fica flashing tree Choice of Potato or Rice Pilaf

Hospice of North Central 27 and December at Santa Fe Com- sugar cane. A "Welcome Class lights. The tables were covered : Cranberry Sauce
Florida is Death Starke Center. of 70"banner welcomed classmatesand tI
holding a special
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munity College cloths, red cloth napkins
gray
... and for dessert
Education workshop for persons in- These workshops will not be spouses. Classmates then red and white carnation cernter,
terested in learning more about available again at these special received a class of '70 button and a pieces containing candle lit lanterns Choice of Pumpkin Pie Apple Pie
death and dying. Participants who times, so take advantage of this op- nametag bearing their senior class Also a red"class of'70"mapkin ama )! or Ice Cream
have completed program are portunity to experience the fulfill- picutre. In the corner they browsed red and gray memory booklet wai .)
eligible to apply to become a ment of being an Important memberof through a table of class at each place setting.
Hospice volunteer. the Hospice Care Team A memorabilia In this area
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Following the class picture, a
Because of the scheduling conficta Hospice Volunteer. classmates honored their seven delicious steak dinner was served '

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afternoon-evening from 4 p.m. to 7 Lee of local radio station WEAG.A .
p.m. on Tuesdays,November 13, 20, I wonderful weekend was enjoyec:

Conduct Candle by thing-it everyone.all ended We all too agreed soon. Class on one ol 1 1101 N Temple Ave. P.O Box 1090 Starke, Florida 32091

= 1970- No. 1 at B.H.S.

For Pays Cub Off,ScoutsGood i As a community service we are now i I1'.f'-'H .. """"""" ......, cwJlii: : ;;;...,JMik ,B .f

behavior earned Bear Den of conducting complimentary oral =
Cub Pack 367 an outing recently. !
The Cub Scouts went bowling i cancer screenings. There is no charge
Saturday, Oct. 20, at Starke Lanes.
The Scouts were rewarded when i for this service. Call now for an !
their Conduct candle burned out. iVLA-ZBOY
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day night during their meeting time, i
if the Scouts are good. U the Cubs

longer misbehave to burn.it Is blown out, taking i G. Gray Flynn !

Scouts that participated in bowl !
ing were:', Kenny HannahPhU 964-7004. Dr. Gregory Allen, ]
Sellers Billy Adams, James Clark;
Jeremy"Tbmas V1 Garrett"Barberi"; "IIOIIOII011s110111IliII"II'IIIIIIII': si-wmi *4
guests Kyle Hannah.Daniel Roling
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fc; County Wide Pat Corbett has a brand new for years to come.. /a.

i', Cookout Dec. 1 It's what they've always wanted. A genuine t#
warehouse full of tires.
A county wide cookout will be La-Z-Boy recliner. Top quality prime relaxing 4 '
sponsored by the Town of Ralford at Prices. Come See! This make theirs for
t the Community Center Dec. 1 from 1 Great ; space. year one a
[.'. till 8 p.m. All proceeds to Benefit price you'll feel comfortable with.
Citizens Against Pollution Union i' : And That's ex ,
County. There will also be quilt -.'. .S. '
L' shotgun raffle, church bazaar and 4
other fund raising events included < '
,. along with Gospel Music provided by ;. .; Not tAli'' '
groups that want to contribute '. ;. I e 4Ye
throughout the day. Everyone
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A FREE gospel concert will bee Tire Machine
f'.. held Nov. 17 at the RaIford Com Alignment
munity Center at 7:30: p.m. Donations that does all 4 Wheels.
r;. will,be accepted to stop tri- ..
,. county land fill sponsored by $ 95 Includes set caster, ROTATE A.
\ Citizens against Pollution. Local 18 camber&toe In to & BALANCE Sale!
"IS talent will be featured. Everyone mfrs. specs. Inspect
suspension& TIRES l ai a
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FRONT END steering system For
mostwheel can. A. "Lydia" Reclina-Rocker recliner or cllna-Way wall chair

c NSDAR Met Nov. 5 $ 95 and Chevette drive $1600 A style they're sure to lovel A transitional look that's big on $39 9 y

J- The Colonel Samuel Elbert. 39 vehicles extra. extra. Puts Mat Can A tlgfrt Trucks comfort.,.big on style. Features a triple-tiered bustle back. .
Chapter of the NSDAR met Nov.5 at .sr
the home of Mrs. Roy F. Kennedy In ALL FOUR WHEELS
Keystone Heights. The program ALL A
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I, theme was BAR History. The ; .
; speaker was Mrs. David R. Taber. BRAKE SERVICE
!: past Regent and one who helped Replace pads shoes:
<,' organize the Colonel Samuel Elbert resurface drums or rotors: 154 95
'., Chapter. She spots of a variety of pack bearings:bleed & +
historical,educational,and patriotic road-teat most American as s :
activities the *trucks. Metallic part extra Front or m
NSDAR. accompU.heCb a when required. Rear JJ1
window on NO IDDDEN COSTS ON BRAKE SPECIAL
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1'; Americans.Tb basic responsibility ty.r
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"S of DAR members is to teach
il 1 children to love God and to revere, GRAN PRIX RVS
\' those who provided them with this MOUNTED AND t ': .
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ObituariesMaryland --.......---- ......,- ..... .... ... I ..., ..... ..... ..._--, ... ..""' ...- ...- ... --..... ...... ---.-- ------.... .. .... --A ......-- ..
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Knowles try Funeral Home In charge of ar- sister Gertrude Kleiscnman ot ed to Keystone Heights in 1983 from Halnes City Health Care Center
rangements. Numberg Germany and 3 grand- Jacksonville. She Infant Benjamin G.Polder extended illness. Ms.
Mr. Maryland Knowles 65, of was a member of following an
Lawtey died Nov. 7 at Alachua children. the First Baptist Church of Infant Benjamin Garrett Polder of Andrews was born in Mansfield La.
General Hospital after an extended Anneliese Hermes Funeral services were graveside Keystone Order of the Eastern Star Keystone Heights died Nov. 13 in and has lived in Winter Haven since
illness. A native of Alma Georgia Anneliese"Nell"B.Hermes,65,of Nov. 13 at the Keystone Heights chapter no. 279 oi Keystone and a Shands Teaching Hospital due to 1946. She was a member of the First
Mr. Knowles was a building contractor. Keystone Heights died Nov. 7 at Cemetery with Fr, Tom Gordon officiating Past Worthy Matron of the same. stillbirth. Benjamin was born on Baptist Church of Winter Haven.She
He was a member of Highland Bradford Hospital following an ex- under the directionof Jones She was also a retired salesperson Nov. 13.Survivors. was also member of the Order of
Baptist Church, Highland Florida tended illness. Born in Numberg, Funeral Home of Keystone Heights. for Sears & Montgomery Ward of inclue his parents, the Eastern Star in Orange Tx.
and a veteran of WWII. Germany Ms. Hermes moved to the Jacksonville. Trevor Yarnell & Angela Marie Survivors' include her usband.
Survivors Include his wife, U.S. In 1948 & to Keystone in 1979 Survivors Include her son Billy b. Polder of Keystone; 2 sisters Car Andrews of Winter Haven; 2
Elezabeth Knowles; his mother, from Alexandria Va. Ma. Hermeswas Cleo B. Fife: MoseleyCleo Craven and three grandchildren.} Amber Marie A Loran Nichole of daughters Geneva Singleton of.
Dollie Knowles 4 sons R.W. a member of St. William Beatrice Fife Moseley,90. of In lieu of flowers donations may Keystone; Maternal Grandparents Tampa and Linda Elliott of Winter I
Knowles Charles T. Moody, Jr., Catholic Church, Keystone Heights, Starke died Nov. 7 in the Whispering be sent to the First Baptist Church Tom & Sylvia Croft of Keystone and Haven; 1 stepdaughter, Pamela K.
Haynes L. Moody and James L. the Keystone Golf Club. Senior Pines Care Center following an ex- building fund in Keystone. Paternal Grandmother Mrs. Nancy Griner of Baton Rouge, La'; 2 stepsons
Driver; 3 daughters Jacquelyn citizens organization and served as a tended illness. Born in Alicia Funeral Services will be held at a M. Polder of Orange Park. Robert Armstrong of Slide),
Covert Alice G. Howard and Sharon translator at the Numberg War Arkansas Mrs. Moseley moved to later date. Burial will be In Warren Funeral services for Infant Polder La, and Charles Andrews of Las
E.Jones; 1 sister Iris Barrett and 12 Trials after WWII.She was a retired Starke 20 years ago from Memphis Smith Cemetery in Jacksonville will be held Graveside at Keystone Vegas, Nv; 2 sisters, Lolla Radfordof
grandchildren. accountant for J.C. Penny Co. in Tennessee.She was a member of the Beach under the direction of Jones Heights Cemetery Nov. 16 at 11 a.m. Mansfield La and Irene Pitts of
Funeral services were held Nov. Alexandria Va. First United Methodist Church of Funeral Home of Keystone Heights. with Rev. Den-ing Manning of'ficiatlng. Shreveport La; 2 brothers,
10 in the Chapel of Town & Survivors include her husband, Starke and was a homemaker. Jones Funeral Home is in Woodrow Radford and William Rad-
Country
Funeral Home Jacksonville with George J. Hermes of Keystone; her Survivors include her son, Dr.Jay charge of arrangements. ford of Mansfield La and 6 grand
Rev. George W. Chisholm of daughter, Barbara Crow of Dale CI- Moseley of Knoxville Tn; 1 Gilbert Paredes children and 4 great-grandchildren.
ficiating. Burial was at Riverside ty, Va; her son William Beidelman daughter, Norma Jean Adams of Gilbert Paredes 71 of Lake Lawrence Funeral services were Nov. 9 In
Memorial Park with Town & Coun of Dumfries, Va; her brother Claus. Starke; grandchildren and 9 great- Geneva died Nov. 11 In AlachuaGeneral Wiggins the Chapel of Ott-Laughlin Funeral
grandchildren.
Bless of Berlin Germany; her Hospital following a short Il- Lawrence Wlfglns. 86, of Brooker Home in Winter Haven. Burial was
In Lieu of Flowers contributionsmay lness. Born in New York City Mr. died Nov. 6 Pines at Mt. Zion Cemetery in Lake Butler
be made to the Memorial Fundof Paredes moved to Lake Geneva in Care Center In Starke following an with Archer Funeral Home of Lake
E-Z WHEELS the First United Methodist 1958 from Long Island. He was a extended Illness. Mr. Wiggins was Butler in charge of arrangements.
Church P.O. Box 57, Starke, Fl member of the Catholic Faith and a born in Pierson but had lived most of
32091. Veteran of U.S. Army Air Corp his life in Brooker. He was retired
1320 N Temple Avenue Starke Funeral services were Nov. 10 at WWII and a retired businessman. from the Turpentine and timber industry
the DeWitt C.Jones Chapel in Starke Survivors include his wife Ilka He was member of the Infant Coreen G. Lby
with Rev. Dwight McQueen officiating Georgina Cabanas Paredes Lake Brooker Baptist Church.
Burial was in Crosby Lake Geneva; 1 son, Steven Parades, Survivors include his wife Leona Infant Coreena Gail Loy of Lake
064-778V Cemetery under the direction of Keystone; 2 daughters Diane Johns Wiggins of Brooker; 2 sons, Butler died Nov. 11,3 days after her
Jones Funeral Home of Starke. Paredes& Michelle Paredes both of Charles L. Wiggins of Charleston birth at Shands Teaching Hospitalin
Ocala; his father, Elias, Paredes of S.C. and Ronald E. Wiggins of Gainesville. "
Beatrice W. Craven Ocala Gainesville'; 1 sister Jewell Include her Ed-
B ; 1 brother, Mitchell Paredesof Survivors parents
iBiiyjHere PayiHerigj Beatrice W. Craven 79, of Ocala and 5 grandchildren. Schnauss of Jacksonville; 5 grand- die and Carla Bryant Loy of Lake
?- w We Finance North Florida Regional Medical the St. William Catholic Church of Funeral services were held Nov and Tina Loy both of Lake Butler;
Center following an extended illness. Keystone Heights with Father Tom 10 at the Brooker Baptist Church Maternal grandmother, Eala B.
Born in Leesburg Mrs.Craven mov9647871 Gordon officiating. Burial was In the with Rev. Charlie Green officiating. Bryant of Lake Butler; paternal

-_ ___. ____ __. m_ Keystone Heights Cemetery under Burial was at Dedan Cemetery near grandmother, Edith Loy of Avon
I '- --- the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof Brooker with Archer Funeral Homeof Park; paternal grandfather, James
':.tlfe' TJi ---- Keystone. Lake Butler in charge of ar Loy of Spring City, Tennessee; and

',( I ". rangements. her paternal great-grandparents
James M. Dykes Claude and Mabel Jolly of Lake City.
Maude F.Johnson Funeral was graveside Nov, 12 at
James Mitchell Dykes, 68, of
Starke died Nov. 11 at Alachua Maude Ferguson Johnson 63, of Douglas Cemetery in Union County
i General Hospital following an ex- Jacksonville died Nov. 6 in the Man- with Rev. D.O. Goes Officiating. Archer
tended illness. Born and raised in darin Manor Nursing Home in Funeral Homes of Lake Butler
Chester Ga, Mr. Dykes moved to Jacksonville following an extended was in charge of arrangements.In .
Macon for 10 years before marryingthe illness. Mrs. Johsnon was born in lieu of flowers, please make
last Bessie Dykes and moving to Marion County and lived in Jackson- contribution to Eddie &Carla Loy.
Baldwin. He was employed as a ville the last 45 years. She was a
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U.S. 301 N. truck driver with Pat Samons, Inc. homemaker and a member of the ........ ... --.0. ..... ........
0 0 0 0 He moved to Starke in 1978. He was First Baptist Church of Jackson-
member of the Graham Baptist ville. House Committee
Church. Survivors include 2 daughters
Survivors include one sone JamesS. Elizabeth J. Rahn of Lake Placid Appointed to Study Giftsto
Dykes of Lawtey; 3 daughters and Georgia McLaughlin of Florida
Presents. Mrs. Margo Elanine Deas of Lake Jacksonville; 1 sister Ollie Mae Legislators
City, Mrs. Brenda Sweat of Starke Beck of Waynesboro,Mississippi; 17
and Mrs. Ethel Lynette Jordan of_ grandchildren, 23 great House Speaker Designate T.KWetherall
sM grandchildren and 6 has
great-great Beach
D-Daytona
Earlton
4 sisters Mrs. Ruth Mae
;
Rodeo ValuesTo Killingsworth of Mrs. grandchildren. appointed Rep. George Crady, (D)
Myrtle DublinGal Dublin Ga Funderal services were Nov. 10 at Vulee to the House/Senate Joint
I Mrs. Jeaanet eaJustice, and Mrs.. the Chapel of Archer Funeral Homeof Committee on Ethics.
Ruby Nell Bryant both of Chester, Lake Butler with Dr. Charles The committee has been asked to
Honor Bradford Ashley officiating. Burial at
County'sFIRST Ga; 2 brothers Marcie A. Dykes of was provide recommendations to:
Chester Ga and Ruben T. Dykes of Elzey Chapel Cemetery in Union Prohibit the Solicitation of gifts

Rodeo in 20 Years 3 Eastman greatgrandchildren.Funeral Ga; grandchildren. and County Lake with Butler Archer in Funeral charge of Homeof ar by Prohibit public officials.or report honoraria? .for

services were graveside rangements. public officials. .
Dress for the Rodeo Nov. 12 at Santa Fe Cemetery with Prohibit gifts over $100 to public
up Rev. Leon Odom officiating. Archie O.Andrews officials from lobbyists.
Tanner Funeral Home was.m charge Margaret .Clarify the definition of gifts so as
with ...... l of arrangements. Margaret Odessa Andrews, 70, of to include trips and other items
......... Winter Haven_ died Nov 6 in the. which need to be identified. ,
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Determine' hvwgtftoshould'valued.
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Af3 i: fT: Expand. and' 'clarify 'the offices

._ : Lounge and positions to which the ethics
Ladies or Mens ( [. laws apply..,
T Men & Womens Long SleeveSHIRTS \ \ :. N. Temple .Require more detailed and time-
r Starke, Florida ly disclosure by both public officials
\ and lobbyists. .
JEANS Provide penalties for both givingand
"Where Music and Entertainment Abound" receiving illegal gifts.
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Provide. a code of ethics for lob

$1995from $$1500Roper byists.House Speaker Pro Tempore-
j TUESDAYLADIES I Designate Everette Kelly will chair
from the committee,' with Sen. Tom.
Brown as vice chairman.
NIGHT LIVE BAND
In appointing the committee,
All Sizes Little '(j Wetherall said, I want this committee -
BoysJEANS La4ies Receive IREE Drink
Coujmu-Call\\ to develop a rule which the House
f" seven,well brands and bur 8 ttl Closing and Senate can adopt for its
& SHIRTSIN -. members at the organizational ses-
sion in November, and we both wanta
BOOTS Now bill developed which we can pass
STOCK Playing"SOUTHERNRAGE" at the organization session."
"The public expects the highest
For Ladies Men J
or ;. level of honesty and integrity in their


: it. $$4095 Large Sekdionof I f fl I to (Choose FroM and news elected gifts stories officals.given about to However elected unreported officials, recent trips,

.. from Fri., Nov., 16th Sat., Nov., 17th and.Tues., Nov., 20th special from all interest levels lobbyists of government,have con by

Cot\\\\\% "RARE BREED" C("% government tributed to loss by of citizens confidence of Florida.in their

Fri. Nov. 23rd Sat. Nov. 24th 1\ies. Nov. 27th and Thurs. Nov. 29th "Hopefully, the work of this com-
Rodeo THIS WEEKEND! mittee will provide clear standards

Monday Night of acceptable ethical behavior for
The First Three (3) people to ask Kim Football Saturday Afternoon Football elected officials and lobbyists standards -
1 12iOO Noon til ':00pm that will restore the public'strust

will get FREE passes to the Rodeo Draft Beer 500 50
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I Solid Waste Assessments For the Rest of Oar Lives. There Has To Be a Better Way I_

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trash should pay the full should receive credit againstour refuse going into the new
We asked random citizens of assessment. People deserve ,waste related taxes. That landfill we should be
the/Bradford-Union area if some reward and incentive for incentive will go a long way rewarded. Taxes are constantly
they: were willing to sort their making a recycling program'' towards guaranteeing a high going up and I hear the waste
trash for recycling and receivea successful. I love this area and I level of participation in the tax is being considered as
credit against their annual hope to see a model program recycling program." another rising assessment. I
Solid: Waste Assessment and if that reflects the quality of our Ken Perez had,this to say, have to drive miles to dump my
they agreed that those who citizens. Every item that is "I'd be willing to sort my trash now, when this old fill is
chose<< not to spend the 10-15 returned, for reuse is an item rubbish and I'd welcome the tax closed up and we are sorting our
minutes. required weekly to sort that is not headed for the break. I 'realize we need to trash and thereby generating
their ,trash should pay the landfill. It generates income, comply with DER regulationsto income for the county. We
assessment. creates jobs and stimulates the close the old dump but that deserve to have this assessment
"1. already sort my trash," economy.It makes sense." should be taken care of soon and lowered or eliminated. Let the
said Richard Noyes, who is if we contribute effort "
Ray Avery a Bradford an uncooperative ones pay.
County: resident. "It's common looking to buy a home in to.,,,,,'ds lessening the amount of
sense. My grandchildren don't Bradford agrees, "I sort my
deserve to' deal with this trash now. 1 wish everyone else New Catalog of Florida Produced
problem when we have' the would sort theirs, put it along I
means, at hand to do it the road so I could pick it up Items Ready for Distribution
and in six months rd have
ourselves. I've a -
trash for a couple been of sorting my condo on the beach. It's nottrashit's The Florida Department of malades, caladiums and cookbooks,
years nowsot's and more.
money! Agriculture and Consumer Services
Supply
become a habit. Those' may Conner said the
who choose not to sort their Ray Avery already sorts Ken Perez Is "willing to outstrip the demand for now and that has catalog developed with "everything a mail-order under gift the published so that Florida catalog residents was,
keeps
his price recyclables
trash Florida as well as tourists, can orderFlorida's
do that". down, but sooner or later the sun.
__u_. "Florida is famous for Its beaches unique agricultural products
Federal and State governmentsare through the mail anytime they
.. and sunshine, but through the
) ; going to have to grant tax catalog we hope to make it famous wish..
breaks to manufacturers who for a whole lot more," Commis- The catalog is being distributed
use recycled materials so they sioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner through upscale hotels and
r. can increase their capacity to said. "Florida agriculture thrives ,'restaurants in major Florida cities.
handle them. I have also because of its diversity,and now in- Consumers may obtain a copy of
heard that the Solid Waste novative companies are transformIng the catalog by sending their name
and mailing address along with $1
this cornucopia of raw productsinto
Assessment is going up and I unique, top quality gift items." for postage and handling to: Gift
that those who sort their
agree The full-color, 5" by 8 catalog Catalog, Florida Department of
trash should get a break-their features products that can be Agriculture and Consumer Services,
efforts would lessen the ordered from 36 firms, including Division of Marketing, 428 Mayo
landfill problems and they fresh and processed citrus products, Building, Tallahassee, Florida,
deserve an appropriate honey, pecans, candy, soups, mar-, 32398-0800
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Jackie. "To make thre quality of life a little some"
taxation relief.
better for my children I'm certainly willing to

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Holiday on corner
i 13th and University in I M
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I '81 Pontiac Phoenix: $ Starke has not hosted a rodeo In over 20 years.That's about to change.This Saturday. November 16th and 17th;the Arena at
i Runs Good Looks Nice #3629 895 Bradford Roping and County Ladies Fairgrounds Barrels. will fill up with local cowboys and cowgirls.There will Bareback Calf Roping Bulls Saddle Bronc.. Team

i '82 Toyota Starlet The Show Is a presentation of World Wide Rodeo. Lets shine up our boots, kick up some dust and go out and enjoy our first rodeo In 20
x Good MPG Run Good #3681 $8Q5 years! For information call Kim Griffis at 964-7871 964-7015.. ,

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; old timers sport within Little Dove will be here and profes- manager of past American Legior I Indian foods and crafts hamburgers
I '80 Chevy Luv Pick-Up $ t the: area are invite to an "Old sional baseball players from the Post No.56 championship teams.H I Nice Good 3666 1695 rimers Day" to be held at theAmerican Daytona Beach Explorers also are was born In Sampson City in 1902,,, chicken and cold drinks will be
Legion Post Home on Edwards scheduled to attend. and played professional ball) for 21!; available.The .
iI! '82 Chevy Malibu $ Road this Saturday The Explorers is a team In the years second longest stint in the t public Is Invited. For more inthe -
i Good Family Car 03651 1995 I November 17, from 11 a.m.on. Senior Professional Baseball major leagues, second only to !I formation contact Walter J. Frick,
Honored guests will be all old Association Just formed and is legendary Ty Cobb. .d 964-6356 or Herb Thomas, 9645344.
& '82 Ford Granada 8/W & r\rr :timers: and families and friends of made up of former major league and Activities planned for the day Include .
Nice Looking Runs Perfect #3660 JL"yQ Bradford County sports, particulary triple A baseball professionals. Indian dances and Indian I
I I II former members of the American There are six teams In the new baseball for the kids. India I
Legion baseball teams the adult league and will play a schedule baseball started more than 3,000<<1.
I loftball teams and Tornado football starting in November through years ago according to Thomas,
'77 Ford F-10O Pick-Up alumni. February. with balls made of fur sewn together
I $2495 An OUawaha family of the Mic- Herb Thomas former major "as best they could." The players PUT USED OIL
Looks Good Runs Good #3678
osukee tribe of the Florida league player with the old Boston threw the ball at a ceremonial pole
'82 Ford Granada $ !Seminole Indians, with their Chief Braves and New York Giants,..was. located in the center of a clearing IN ITS PLACE.
Good Gas Mileage #3663 2495 hitting the'pole contributed to scor;

.. '84 To'ota'Tereeh L An autograph session with major
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'81 Pontiac Grand Friz $ ,gloves and ballsforautographsviei
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'84 Mercury Marquis $3695 Next to the Chamber of Commerce -01-'''_
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83 Chevy C-1O Pick-Up Low Back&-Lcg INJURIES sjlir '
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Looks New Runs Like New #3670 CHIROPRACTIC DR. W. DAVID PHYSICIAN SIXES

'84 Isuzu Impulse 4295 = (NOT Affiliated with Mosher Towing) i

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'84 Chrysler New Yorker $/TOO Pi CHTR-OPRACTiq CARS WHEN YOU NEED:IT. I 964-7490
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83 FOUR WHEEL DRIVE SILVERADO: ... I. ... 205 N.
Loaded with many extra $4800 r OH LEASE.; 1.000 Iq. .and 2.000 sq. ft 2 FAMILYYARD SALE 8.30to 6 Fri a-Sat. Temple, Staile:
Please call 084-8647. after 6 p.m.CHEAP 301 South. Southpoint Plaza964 AMERICAN white.fum..storage shed Fum., encyclopedia A other book, Cecelia TerwUtofar
2 8848 or 4733627. TFN 3 skirting 12x60 1 BR. 1 BA. $3500. clothes,plant A lot*more. Rd 100 W.
FBI/U.S.. SEI2ED84 'FOR LEASE: 1.000 qfl and 2.000 Morgan Rd. 084- 588. (pd 11/12 to Edward Rd. Sw 2nd Ave. See POI nAl11 Hardware tore A Lumber Yard. located out 301 S. Call for
VW..$8087 Mar. 7620) 4 11/12/90. ( ) 7 chg more Information
. $10065 W. Madison & Orange Sts. 2BR f/12 BA HANDYMAN SPEC. Mobile hatchets, tires, hand-crocheted doll, ,BeoutHul location for a brand new home, w/ all the enjoyment of fishing
Mustang.SOChoose from Approx. 1500 *q It. Bldg w/ ample Home. $1200. 782-3481 or 782- women' A children' clothing. (oo. Ownr financing. Call ut today to tee this prime piece of property.
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thousands starting $25. 24 Hour Re- parking. $850 mo. 2 yrs plus taxa 3168.4 Orangewood Apt #101. (Itpd r.. *CITY LOTS TO MAUD DREAM HOMI ONi TheM beautiful lots ore located at
SELL! We have built home
cording Reveal Detail 801-379- For Info call Bill Greene 904-222-7500. new 7638)7 11/13/90 the.corner of Parker. St. I Wilson Rd. Call Sandra. Ann.or Pebble today for
2920 Ext FJ1A3C. and mutt move) 12x55 Mobile Home, MULTI-FAMILY moNt detail '
U.S. HOTLINE 3FOR YARD SALE Fri A Sat ; .
2' 9/20/9O 1980. 2BR. 1 BA CHAA, WeN pump from 0 till ? SR 16 & Clark Ave In .RIGHT IN TOWN This 4BR/2Ba home could be a great rental or a wonderful -
77 FORD 1/2 ton $300 or Undo.964-' MOBILE HOMES A power pole included. Must be Penny Farm Itpd r. 7635)) family home. The home mutt be cold due .to health condition Make an
moved. Now 080.
5405.pd( 1/12 .7625)) 2 only $5200 or 7 11/13/90 appointment with Sandra. Anne, Debbie or Cecelia today...
takeover paymontsof$160/mo.Great
11112190 : *DESIGNED FOR TODAY'S UFESTYUI 5.4 acre of beautiful land locatedout '
73 DODGe 112 ton $200 or hcia. 9645405(111207825) for starter home or 2nd home! Call ; i t.fDFO"SAt: :" 'r In the country. This 3BV2'/iBo ho.... wish over 2400 *q H. I is |lust perfectfor
782-3634 TFN 4 .. .. ., .. ., .. ,
( ) 2 SALE WIDE. Assumable emp ; "" .. _. the dream home wanted. Not does have
1985 DOUBLE 0' .. _, you've alwoyt only to many
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11/12/00 mtg.' $266 mo. 3 be m, 2 ANIMALS & extra*, but hot one of the nicest flth ponds stocked with bream, bait, and
BUICK REGAL very sporty car. $2250. bath. Built In microwave and stereo 3 ACRES, ON FORSYTH ROAD: By channel catilih.What a dream to walk out your door and bring supper home
964-2706.' 2 11/06/90 system, garden tub. Heat Pump you owner. 13500. Phone 1-407-464- In mlnut.t. Call today to make an appointment. '

83 CHEV. Celebrity, minor repairs, part move. Call 964-6208. 4 AKC REGISTERED mahogany sable A 6827. 0/10/90 .RINTALI Nlc. 2BR/lBa duplex at Klngiley lake. Call today for datailt.Thlt .
and paint included $1,0001km. 984- 103090NEW white Shedand male dud. f' won't last long I
Sheepdog :
372 .2 <24 WIDE. Set up A Delivered on (miniature collie) contact 964-9560. ;Real {Estate. ): *FOR RENT IN COUNTRY 3BR home In quiet area. Won't last long to hurry
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4.93x/2.5W15LT GRAND AM Wild Country your lot $15.096 or $190.59 per mo. "O d1rea'.JTIME ,1 ;and RVTt. Good condo$200.82 Ford can 1-755-5114. Circle B Home. HOLIDAY KITTENS Extra fluffy beautiful i ,t SILVER LAKEi Adorabl. brick. home 2BR. 1BA deck* beautiful vl_.
300,front running gear and carrier,for Lake City.' 4 kitten, 2 boy A 2 girts. 2 with six SHARE UNITS AND CAMP- $59.500. < : '
Indlv. suspension. $200. Can Marty BANK REPOS. Save thousands. Poor toe! Unusual marking FREE to GROUND MEMBERSHIPS: Diitres GREAT RENTAL INVESTMENT 2-ttory frame apartment building locatedon
9644280 ext 272 or 782-3966 after credit or very Hole credit needed. We good home. 5332203. ((11/12 reo. Sale Cheap)Worldwide selection Cherry St. Stay rented.,but owner wants to tell and (ell.... Good Income
8:30p: .m. TFN 2 can Help call. Call 17555114. Circle 7626)6) 11/12/90 Call VACATION NETWORK.and property. Call todayl! '. .
DATSUN 810 Diesel stat wagon. Mostly B Homes Lake City. 4 BIRDS- Cockatfels. Love Bird. A: Canada.I8007388250or3057718298. -' .,*EXCITING CONTEMPORARY BRICK HOME IN THE COUNTRY CLU$3BR.2 V4
1 owner clean maintained many Cockatoo'- hole for Christma Free rental information, 305- Baths double fireplace, beauth'ul'.tile, carpet:'CHtA|II w/doubk carport
deluxe feature, stem $2700. 964- 4 BRS BIG 199028x70w/plywoodfloords. $20to$150.782-3781 evening. ((11/ 771-6331. 10 FCAN 'garage, GORGEOUS manicured 1 lawn with In-ground pool It's a wonderful
8601. (pd 11/12 07624)) 2 wood siding shingle roof plus free 12"1Pd ck. 2524) 6 OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: wooded neighborhood to raise your kids > .' "
11/12/90 delivery A set-up, $282.20 per mo. 11/12/90 lots river access. $5950 each. No 'limits
HUNTERS *START EIGHT HERE This lovely 3BR frame horn In the city would be
SPECIAL 1981 Chevy G-30 Can 1-755-5114. Circle B Homes BABY COCKATIEL'S 7 wks old. Hand money down. $71.41 month. Owner.
Vans $600 a. Call 633-2203 lor de- 4 1-236-4579 or 1-622-2438 TFN perfect for |lust ttartlnrt! c CHI A. In good"condition.. This won't last long at
FLEEkTWOOD tamed hand fed $50. Must see to low
this low price.
tallt. (11/1 rec. 7626)) 2 DEALER REPO. due to 10ALABAMA
11/12/90 ofajax.dealernew28x64Flee 8 appreciate.choBATHING 403 StClairoSt ((2tchg) SOUTHEAST e., tg *RAIFOID ACRESi 3 acres on..SR 16. Great piece of Invtttment. property.

79 CHEV. 1 ton work van. 350 4 bl. /3BR. 2BA at 21300. GROOMING wdframe house, barn. 15 acres open Call today for more detallt.
DIPPING. dogsA *BRAND NEW CONSTRUCTION 3 BR 2 BA brick home 4 plus In the
on acres
A look
atDb.ps run. great $1500 or Ha storm window, plywood floors balance timberland wildlife, creek,
cats master
by Bow-dingshaded
B. 064- 683 (1tchg) 2 all elec.and more. Call our area rep at area, Indiv.groomer.care. reasonable, owner financing. $42,000. SOUTH- country. Mutt tee to believe what a wonderful home.. Call today for an appointment.
904-<14U103. Financing avail. No ERN PROPERTIES. PO Box 755. .
1982 %UTlASS OLDS Diesel $500. dealers. Public only. Ztchg) rates. 964-9560. ((2tchg)6 Troy. AI 36081. 2055661870. *TUTOI HOME Price hat been been reduced to tell quick. This 4BR 2

Needs repair 964-2781 See at 825 chg 10 FCANBEAUTIFUL story CHAA beautiful area rug, original window drettlngt and all original
male
W. Cypret (itpd r. 7634)) 20R. ISA MOBILE HOME $1500. Good FREE to hair good GOOD home. yr. old Have mix RIVERFRONT lot In N. Arkansas light flxtu..... HURRY) Make an appointment today for this (on t otic DEAL!
short temperament
2 11/13/90 cond. *IIAUIPUL I.ITORV CYPRESS HOME' Deerfoot Trallt. Only 2 old and
964-8934. (Itcha) 4 4739517. over 1/2 acre, overlookingwater yrt.
too many pets (Itchg) alls on Spring River tall shade v.ry well kept. This home has a wrap-ardund veranda w/lacra lot that

...... A --- 6. chg trees,excellent trout and walleye fishing overlook Sampson Lake. Can be financed with the Barnett lank of. Jacksonville -
ba .17900. Riverside Realty 1-800- to a qualified buyer. Call today for more detaUt.
J YARD. ::SALES 262-7497. 10 FCAN *ANOTHER HOME IN DfEHFOOT,TRAIU Cedar home with In-ground pool
privacy fence on I acre of land, located lust tecondt from the lake. Call to-

YARD SALE.Adult children's day to t.e this wonderful buy. .
3 FAMILY WANTED
clothing curtains, him. Sat Nov. 17 .' \ ... .' I *4 LIVEL LAKEFRONT HOME approx. 3800 tq. tf.. 4BR. ..%Ba, carpet tile
from UU ?Approx.4 mi. N. of Starkeon : CH/A private asphalt drive on 2 Acres w/100 ft. of crystal
Hwy 301 at United Network Promotions GOT A CAMPGROUND MEMBERSHIPOR wat.rfront..REDUCED. Call today for new price I
7 bal due TIMESHARE? We'll take It. TWO I-ACRE LOTS IN HAMPTON OAKS ESTATES All cleared A mowed

YARD SALE Friday only. Go 16 W. 5 1/2 America's most successful resort |lust waiting for a beautiful new homa.
mi. Look for Sign Fum, colored TV. resaledearinghouse.Call resort sales *FANTASTIC COMMERICAl BUILDING located on Call St Wett. C/B I Stucco -
Shelves,Toys.Crafts& Misc. (1 Itchg) Info' toll I free hotline 18004235967. bldg.with large offl..., one huge reception area.Cht/A': carpet tile, 2
7 11 FCAN BA nice big kitchen area. This bldg. .It In Immaculate condition You mutt
3 FAMILY YARD SALE Sat Griffis Loop r '' ,' -" tee to believe how great It I.. Please call today for an appointment.
-. Gt: 1 ((100A) at 2nd RR crossing 9 till 2. ',.FOR ,SALE, COUNTRY LIVING Paradise Lake. 5BR, 2Ba. 1790 tq.ft. Trl-lavel deck
Morgan Residence, (pd 11/12)) separate guest cottage many type of fruit tr_.. Beautiful' view. $89,000.
if' 7 11/12/90 ,*WATERFRONT CONTEMPORARY TRI-LEVEL HOME 4BR. 2Bo. CrUA, over
Ea.IAL HOtJSN3 CRAFTS RUMMAGE back porch sale. '71 FORD Positive traction rear end with 2,400 *q.ft. Gorgeous view of the lake from the 3rd I.val living room that
r Clothes A shoes like new. Sat only 9 350 gear,$150;Realistic 40 channelCB connect to a huge outside deck. Two acres with... entire tprlnkter tytt.m.
till ? Comer Se 13 A 14 St OH Hwy $30. 2 front Monroe gal shocks Unbelievable!
a- 11-. ... .-.- .CRT CR1: lf..IJ..t for a Ford 4x4 only used for 3 month
230. 7 chg 12 *GORGEOUS BRICK HOME IN CITY LIMITS Any type financing I I.offered for
r' v FOR SALE couch 2 matching chairs, FRESH 259643939.CUT ALICIA HAY IN ROLL this home. 3 BR, 2Ba w/CH/A. Fantastic n.lghborhood.lCltch.n equipped,
solid gold, excellent cond $150 firm, Mulch.4\ ratte-mather A dryer MusMeD. .MaJ e -. .,tylgstgy w( Jandfo, Anne,
r.RQ."II.XL for landscaping 782 ))40. tilt J CJ. :
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tt+.4.ellal. t ei( HWyw901. 2 Block.SSoutl'fof' cw sad i'221 LBtayetb.r9EZs+r YARD chg SALE Fri and Sun.King size water- HANDI! HOUSE buildings PORTABLE .buildings-:'' Fantastic NICE-MOBILE-HOME neighborhood.IOTS.-OWNCR Call today for FINANCE oppCTheti: LowL.w.Jowesaoyment.lott'WWt last long.,

woman' clothe, kitchen
bed-$50 houses
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*LAn GENEVA-INCREDIBLE DEALIi 2 houses 1.3811.1.2811 over 175 tt:total Jewelry clowns dolls., Layaway for 301 South 964-8848 TFN ON ALTO LAKE. 8 ACRES with waterfront,|lust waiting for you
waterfront 2 dockt. In city limit Will tell together or teperata. You won't Christmas. 318, Clark St. (behind 1212X21 .to build)on. This I* strictly an owner financing piece of property. The clients
believe the price I Call Today _, 173-90 WinklerItpd) ( 7630 11/13)) CARPORT $990.NO DOWN are interested In having retirement Income from this land. You'll love Alto
*OWNER FINANCING Nice 3BR 1 Vi BA brick home on over 2.5 acret. CH&A, 7 1111300NEIGHBORHOOD PAYMENT.Handl House portable lake too.Anne .
New above ground pool close to....001.. Call today. 16090OBT GARAGE SALE. buildings Hwy 301 South Starke, 964-

,', YOUR HOUSE PLANTS REAOYI Beautiful city lot. 150x150 all cleared.. Large syrup kettle dehumidifier old 8848 TFN 12 Terwillegar Brown Sandra Terwillegar
build. Call for detallt. 171-90 COMPUTER FOR SALE CRT business, 473-7541
J Ready to TV. porch fum. fishing gear large 964-4003
:: *KIVSTONEi Beautiful cedar. and brick ho..... VI.w of lake Brooklyn. alum tank, new toys and much more. monitor A deluxe keyboard device..
Beautiful lot, greenhouse, on paved rd. Priced for quick tole. A 163-90 Fri A Sat from 9 to S.468-1956. Lake Everything working. Make offer. See.at
: *irm.E BIT or HEAVEN! Imagine yourself In your dream home on 10 acr... Hampton Oak Follow signs. (Itpd 909 N. Thompson St 12

4BR2BA 2 story home.Make an offer today. 154-90 ck 2306) 7 11/13/90 351 emp CLEVELAND MOTOR $150. call''
., KEYSTONE LAKEFRONTS Home In the city. Close to tchoolt. 3BR 2BA. huge HUGE YARD SALE. Went to an auction. Tobie O'Neal before 5pm at 964-4308
family room. Call today I SS-tt Couple bureau, file cabinets dishwashers or after 5pm call 9643939.
; NICE NICK HOME with 3BR MBA In city with CHIA garage, nice land- refirg.couches A numerous 12CASE
tell Call....appointment. 157.90 other things. N. on 301. Strawberry
$49.000.
leaping priced to at 310 Bulldoser. good condition
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:: *LAWTSV AREAt 4 acret W/2BR1 home with 3-ear carport with work thop Acres. Follow signs." fri. only 9 to b.CARPORT $2.500 Heavy duty 3 axle traitor: ..1I1a 9 .o .o1

,3 and a 2BR 1BA MH Used lor rental. Alto active fruit ttand. .Call on this on.today 2709 Addni $1.000.964-4908. 12
SALE E. Fri A
106-90 11/05/90 Small Loads of Llmerock
Sat 9 till 3. Clothes, some tools, old Large or
*CLOU TO SCHOOLS 3BR 28A home with CH&A attumable Mtg. Price. reduced RCA 25 remote color TV console repo,
TV and little
13BW
f 97.90 kitchen clock a Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer
: to$32.000. balance $238 or $28 mo. with good
. +CLOU TO SHOPPING 2BR 2BA. CB homa, fined yard carport and nice 7 bit of everything.11/13/90 (Itpd r* 7631) credit Free delivery 18009408269.

0: florldo room (could be mode Into 3rd BR) Many extra featuret. By appt.92-90 12 11/05/90 9 4.0 5

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J *3 LOTS W/LAKI PRP/HEOESi located In loketlde Hlllt. Each lot I* 75x200 on

paved rood. Priced to tell all 3 lot for$lll. 109-90
I *LAKI1$IDl HILLS Lot 75.,00 priced to..11 at$ 695. 114-90
*READY TO MAKE MONEY Here' your chance with this octlva chkkan farm. Bfpker; :
: Call today far more detail. .A58"*? thinking of buying piP a a a a a a a a a a aa a
*A FRAME COUNTRY HOME Very unique country home on 2.4 acres 1682 tq ft -
CMAA only 3 yrs old 162-90 ou TLAwReLuy selling? Caltiis;

*LAKE MONT NOME 2/1 completely furnished 1.3 acra. Groat place to Evenings & Weekends Accelerated Realty inc.

,.''Ire. Priced for quick sale.. 124-90,
COUNTRY CLUB 3/2 1986.tq ft.. 4 yrs old. Owner ho. !reduced price.: Has
37f/4"w,|II.| 131-90 1 Your Full Service Real EaUte Office I Itu a ....-- a
*4R ON ONI ACRE Over 2300 tq ft 200 on 301 N. Owner anxious and will s Aa>tcRtK.. 964-4544

100.90 ,
finance with great term* '

completely OLDER WELL-KEPT fencod.City HOMEl water.In lawtey. 4BR 2BA over 1700 .tq: 'ft. 1.32 acres 88-90 ll*I .C. Spry Hwy. 301 S. I !.

*OWNER TRANSFERRED MUST SELL 3/2' on 2 acre*..all appliance. CIlIA. a Starke. FL c..._ H--

N t garage 6 yrs.old.lC.yatone ar+o. 89-90 Ch rl. l>lynniS332I2Q
4 *BEAUTIFUL 19t DBLW1M on 1 acre. Owner moving mutt.tell., Will contider '
:t: l lease purchate. 25-90 a I. ,lnom /Lot Jlcree v\1r;terironta

1. *II ACRES OP WOODED LAND Beautiful. On 21 B.Priced right and owner will JFanns VCoauneidal
153-0 a
01'+< finance .* :
*HAH THAT LONG DOW!'Clot to RMC with 2.23 acre 132-90 'REDUCED New 4BR/3Ba Mick;. Stave, Refri'Dlthwather CH/A, Sun
.' *DONT MISS THIS ONEI Price reduced-Owner'. mutt tell soon I 4BR 2BA In a I Deck 2240 SP. Garage Well B Septic. 1 Ac., 75000. | a

,J town. 72.90 I*..79 ACRES IN THE COUNTRY A.F_. CB w/Permonent Point Stucco
:: *NICIIUlLDlNG LOT 210..125 priced at$7500. "MO 1989 Doublewide a 1 3M/2BA. CHtA Fireplace, Family Room. Snack Bar Laundry Roam a
*TERRIFIC VA AESUMABU Con't beat.thll on.I 38R 2BA. 148-90 Like New 1 10x16 Utility Bldg w/Water a Elect., $75.000. ':
*MACRnABEAUTVULHOUSIMutteeiri I 15O-90 Total Electric 1.37Acres .LANDSCAPED CORNER LOT 3BR/WA CB Home. Large Family Room
. EXCELLENT CONDITION Only$33.500'" .....3BR 21A. 169-90 Serious-Make offer a w/Ad\olfllng| Screened Porch? CH&,A. Range. Refri A Dishwasher, 100I a
.. *1IIDUCID7lalr..ta"nl" /4 acre paved parking. $89,900. 172-90 I Owner I SF $75.000.
, *HWY 16 IAST 3BR 2BA brick veneer.. Approx.! 1700 *q ft. fireplace, hardwood COUNTRY UVINOi Brick 4/2. CHAA, 2000'9 acre, pool. a I 'ON THI WATER :3BR/3BA Norwegian Brick Living Dlnl.,.. Family aRoans.
floor .1.'. '" 168-90 *DOUBLEWIDfi New appliance on 3 acre Etcellent for horses A kldt. I CHAA 2310 SF. Porches, 2 B Acres, $87.000. -.
r d *13 ACRE NICI3BR 2BA Dblwlde 30x50 M barn.26x50 work thop. 167-90-.. 1 24900. 1 QUIET t PIACVULl 36R/2BA Two-Story Home Wall a SeplK 1 Ac.,

; *SALVAGE YARD A USED CAB SALES Excellent opportunity. 118.90 .10 ACRES NORTH OP LAWTEY! Owner will consider financing. a I $40.000. a
io: U ACRE BEAUTIFUL I&.DG..prax.. 100 pecan tree., fenced. stocked CONVENIENT TO STANCE CB. 3/2, CHI A, FPl. 1352 ft.. Ige work shop I MAKE AN OFFSII 2BR/1BA Pro..... Screened. Porches, 14x14 Utility

8*h pond. 112-90 49500. Septle. Large tot.a .
*BUIlDING LOn AND ACREAGE 107-99 *INCREDIBLE BUY Brkk. 4/4. CHAA 1946 H. New roof only $53,000. .S ACREs'lN TM. COUNTRY 38R/2BA Doublewkle MH. CHIA.. Stove a a
I. 4BAYLSSS HWY 2500 tq house' on 1 1/4 -.. Und.r 60 T. 103-90 BRICK. 3/9.CHAA over 1500 ft on SR 230 E. Fenced bock yard. I Read 40000.

, .IAWTRY S 3/4 ocr.. : d.9.90 *.AMI.I"n Starka, fenced back yard 10000. a 1 COMMERCIAL PROPStTYlI ; a
*HAMPTON LAKE 0- of the nicest ,lot on the lake plus 3BR BA remodeled *COUNTRY MOMS ON 3 ACRES!3/2, great room, wood stove, over 1500 tq.ft.MOOKERA I WALNUT STREETi Two Building Suitable for Small lu.I_. For Rent orI

1 *........Call Irene for an IfIIp< *COMM CIAI.IO'ftClIIN1'AL"'ACI.Avaliable.Ask for property manager.Call .EXCELLENT LOCATION walk to everything. C5. 1200 tq. ft. 3/1. CH/A. a HWY Ml SOUTHi 200 Ft. on Highway. Plenty of Warehouse Space. a
' *CONNERLY ESTATESiBrick 3/2 an I acre, Immac. cond., landscaped yd. HWY Ml NORTH Salvage Yard with 3 BR/1 BA CB Home. SW Mobile

t One of Our Professionally> > *CONVENIENT FENCED YARD. 2 BR. 1 BA. I..penalv.llvlng. a I Home, 40x60 Auto Repair Shop 3 Septic Tank a 4 Well. > Acre. a
'j .BEST ARIAS Starke, Brick Over 2000 *f. double oarage on 2 large lot.. 1 EAST CALL STREETi Office Bldg. For Rent or Lease
Trained StaffToday...&64-5069 *LAKEFRONT Fish A Swim.: Wend cottage. Fum. Sandy beach.: (EucnopKOPEmn
ELECTRONICS BUSINESS For Sal. to Qualified Buyer. a a
KNOWN
*NATIONALLY
\ After Hour Call That Rfattor AffociaUt:. .LAWTEY ARIAi Specious older home. 3/2 Owner financed. 40 ACMSi Can be purchased 20-Acre Tract. Near Lawtey.I .
! I ACRRSi frontage on Hwy 225.
Trent F ul1en.,......964.6142 *ANON QUALIFYING Assumable mtg. 3/1. In town. 34000. a I HOMI BLOCK LOTS Hwy 16 W, City Water Sewage. Owner Financing.I a
*BEAUTIFUL I STORY brick A cedar farm home. 4/2 1/2 BA on 36 Acret. Brooker.POUR .
Darlene Godwin.,468-2503 I HOME BLOO. LOTS Shady Oaks SID
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*FARM HOUSE BARNS an 3 ac.Good area.ClaM to Stork. REDUCED Owner Financing.I .
LACK TRACTs Braoker Hwy. Frontage.
i Warren "Woody" Ryder..964-9040 *CRYSTAL LAKI HOMISITII3 81t.CHI. 130O SP. 1 ae. REDUCED a I THREE LACK IDVIRPIONT LOUi Braoker, Owner Financing. A
.Thomat. (Tom) Or .......964.6186 *US Ml SOUTMi Large triple wide 3/2 On 4.5 plu. ac. ClaM Inl
*tAWnY ARIA Nke 3BR, 1 1/2 IA, 4 '. rental, all on 1 acre. IVEMNOStI
.'Jenny Mann....468-2502 *BUILDING LOn IN STARKE AND COUNTRY CLUB ARIA Acr..... a I W.e oDevet.9644 ** BMDaM .VM.74M a
4 1::: Connie Williama..Prop JtI.". *WATERFRONT Crosby lake Canal large DW $34.000......... finance. 1464 S01Oeee.9 iSM

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1991 FLEETWOOD 14x70loaded w/f r.- ATTENTION RN'S a LPN'S male aVernal. 3BR.2BATHDOUBLEWIDEmobllehome ALTERATIONS: zippers; hem, buttonholes SCORPIO'S. Professional Cosmetologist LAmEY' yr. old 3BR 2BA home on 1
pleaI only $189 per mo. Only 1 (eft- .. Immediate work nursing on Oriftis Loop on private patehas.etc. Drop off and pick $10 off any chemical tvo, this month acre.Ownerwlll finance w/$500cfown.
Hurryl! Call Steve 004-752-1452.. homes, correction, hospitals. RN's acreage,Stove and refrlg.furnished, up. 7 day a week,7am8pm,9646587. only. Perm rep. $..0 & up men"o. Easy terms.Call Ted Emerson 1-800-
12 $14-$23 per hr., LPN's $11-$15 per carpeted throughout.$325 month, Plnehurst Variety across from highlight$40. HAIRCUTS 277-3132. (Itchg/ ) 16
1991 4 BR DBLWIDE w/ family room ft hr. Interview Day Inn, Starke 9-3 $150 security 282-7117 13 Southslde Elom. Hwy 100 -TFNCUSTOM women$15. Tue. 9-8. Thur*.0-8, Frl.
den. Perfect for kj families.Only$2..9 Deo. 5. 1-800-458-9882 to schedule 17 0-5. Sat. 10-8. 118 S. Thompson St BEAUTIFUL 2 BR 1. 1/2 BA, 3 yr old
per mo. Call Steve 904-752-1452. appt 15ATTENTION FOR RENT furnished apartment Three WOODWORKING & repair, 964-5568.OwnerTlm Faulkner the stove,ref.fan,marble siNs,very large
:Government jobsyourarea.Many rooms& Bath.Utilities Inducted.Adults addition, repair, remodeling mobile Merle Norman Bldg. 17 kitchen elao.garage great h/a,much
DELUXE 14X70 2BR 2 BA Fleetwood wI Immediate openings with no only 064-5970.TFNpd11/12ck1735)( ) homes, cabinets and craft Phone more.42800. 831 Cypress. V Itpd
fireplace. Delivered A set up. Low waiting list or test. Entry level & Professional 13 11/12/90 473-4018 after 5 p.m. PIANO LESSONS children to adults, I11/13 reo. 7629) 18
dwnpymt at$165 mo. No dwnpymt to .$16,300-$74,000 Benefits. WALDO VILLAS now renting 2 bdrm C.0062543.. Senior citizen beginner & advanced. 88<<503. 11/13/90
landowners. 9047555207. Job seo. Call 602-788.8094. ext 106 apartments. Centrally located be- special rata 17 17, HOUSE FOR SALE 6 tins and 3 acre of
employment directory. 15 tween Starke and Gainesville. All BE A PARALEGAL Accredited Member BECOME A PARALEGAL. Accredited (land 30000. Has 2 barns also Call
19902MODEL CLEARANCE SALE 64' FCAN electric tree pest control. CH/A on- NHSC Attorney Instructed Home Member NHSC. Attorney Instructed :732-3373. TFN 16 chg

Fleetwood dbhvd loaded ireplace. LONG HAUL TRUCKING. Get Into a high site laundry room. Ask about our Study Fin. Aid Avail. FREE CATA- home study established 1978. FInanclalalel. .. "_ ",,"" ., .. ""
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pedal rate Equal Housing Opportu- LOG 1-800-669-2555 SCI Boon Raton .FREEcatabg,1800.5892555 -
Call 904-755-5207.
Only $252 mo. demand career as an owneroperatorwith I '
North American Van Unesl nity. For more Info 468-1971. Fl 33432. 17 10/29/90 ,Southern Career Ins lit PO Box ) "Js'CAMPERS: ;: ;
12JENNYLIND
13MOBILE Boca I.B". .. ., ... ,... .,...
2158 Raton Fl 33427.
BROWN'S CLEANING SERVICVE. We : ""
CRIB changing table high Operate your own tractor.If you don'thave HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY ." ', .. "": '" . ..,,,., ,,
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17 FCAN
chair $225. 473-9157. (ttchg) one we offer a lease purchase do it all houses apts.,etc... Reason- .
WATER SEWER CABLE TV 2 BR .Roof leaks or repairs. Call Woody 954-
that is one of the best in the able rales. Call at 9648934. Successful
PECANS program 1 BATH, 964-7498 TFN 13 5405.(11/1 2 *7625)) 17 HUDDLE HOUSE a 27 year
FOR SALE .75 per Ib already Industry. No exper. neo. If you need TALK old. exciting growing southeastern
picked. Lawtey N. on 125, first roadon Mining we train, tuition free)Must be ONE-ON-ONE LIVE Meet new 11/12/90 restaurant chain is franchising In
right 105. 782-3094. (pd 11/12)) 21, good driving record, ft pass substance MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY friend all over America. 1-000-258- MISSING PERSON! Mario Dube 5'0", this area and other surrounding com
WATER, SEWER. CABLE TV. 964- 130 Ib Brown hair. Last Blue
seen
12 11/12/90 abuse test Can North American LIVE.Also try The Meet Una' 1-900- .munities. We have successful franchise -
FOR SALE poodle First shots for Information pack. 1-800-348- HALF 7498 ACRE TFN MOBILE 13 HOME LOTS for 654-MEET $1 min., $25 Minimum.. Jean 17 sweatshirt Any Info 7580555. owners from all all walks of life,
and wormed. $!b<. i 9644507. 2147 oper 97. 15 FCAN (R430) 17 FCAN chg for a no obligation franchise package.
((1tpd .7524)) 12 11/12/90 RECEIVING/STOCKING CLERKfulltime. rent. Close to prison.. Call 463-1323. LONELY?Meetothers from Florida II Over BABYSITTING your home.Night Housecleaning Can Sandra Law 1.800-476-4833.
SEED SUGAR CANE for sale $1.50 per Receiving exp. preferred. Apply TFN 13 the privacy of your telephone 24 hrs also. 964-5953. ((11/12 HUDDLE HOUSE INC. 18
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT 2 and 3
dozen. Good market cane.9647008.pd Ramadan Hand Institute/Lake Butler : daily become friends or loved one. 1tod ck 301) 17 11/12/90
( 11/12 *7622)) 12 Hospital. 496-2323. (2tchg) bedrooms.Near Prison.13 Call 964-6115 Only $2 min. It works! 1(900)7867710 ( ) SATURDAY DAY-CARE offered at Utile
11/12/90 15 chg or 468-1323. CMS. 17 FCAN People' Day Care Center Nov. 17 BUSINESSWOLFF
MUST BE SOLD FOR DEBT SETTLE The City of Starke Is now accepting applications MOBILE HOME FOR RENT: 1/2 mile TALK LIVE ONE.oN-ONE LIVE TO through Dec 22 from 8 till 5. SR 18 E.
MENT. 5 New Kirby Generation III for 2 position for Laborer in from city. Furnished. 468-1323 TFN AMERICAS'S MOST BEAUTIFUL 964-8416. Do 3030448. ((3tchg)
Self Propelled Vaouums-5 New Rainbows the Sanitation Dept. Must have Fl 13WHY WOMEN. 1900258LIVE. ONLY $1 17 chDIVORCE
RENT? Homes for $1.00. Repos. MIN. $25 17 DECREE n/ia/ TANNING BEDS: Commercial,
with Power nozzles yourcholce chauffeur lie ft high school grad or MIN (R439) FINALIZED.
$619. Credit Card or COD shipped GED. Apply personnel office 209 N. Gov't give away programs! For Into 90.A*of this date I will not be responsible home unit from 19900. Lamps,
UPS 1-800-658-4376 ext. 81. Thompson St, City Hall.Appl. must be call 504-649-0670 Ext R-9579. WATER SPECIALIST: Pump and wen for any past, present or futre lotion? accessories. Monthly payment -
12 FCAN In City Hall by 8 am Nov. 26. (Ztchg) 13 11/05/90 repair all makes and models. Lifelong debt Incurred by Donna Janel! Our *towat$18.Calltoday,FREE
WOOD EXTENSION LADDER $40. Call 15 chg EFFICIENCY ROOMS: Furnished utilities resident with many years experi 639 Epperson St. Jack R. Orr. (1tpd color catalog. 1-600-228-6292-
964-2797. (11/12ltpd) 12 NEED EXTRA INCOME? Be an Avon paid A/C. quiet No children or ence. Call Collier Grlflis at 964-6529. 11/13217)) 17, 11/13/90 20 FCAN
11/12/90 representative for information call pets. No drinking or dope. 964-5685. 17 10/29/90 20-75% OFF EVERYTHING IN OUR ACT NOW) LOCAL JUICE VENDING

BUMPER FOR SALE Fits Ford Ranger- Ramona at 782-3068. 15 13 C.C. CLEANING SERVICE cleaning the STORE. Going out of business tale. ROUTE. Financing/teasing available.
excellent cond. Make offer 064-5975 3 Bedroom 1 Bath, CH/A carpet, deck house for the working spouse. Carpets Open Fri., & Sat. only. Other day Serious buyer ONLY) John 1-800-

after pm. ((11/12 reo. 7627)) POSTAL JOBS 11.41 to 14.90/hr. For front porch,apliances furnished.$375. ,window*renters.Get ready for open by appointment only. Faucets 749-4449. 20 FCAN
12 11/12/90 exam and application Info call 219- per month plus deposit with 1 year the holiday! 782-3089. 17 40% off. Wood toilet seats 75% off. LEARN HOW TO PLAY THE STOCK
FORCED AIR BUCK STOVE. W.,)+, 769.6649 ext FL214 9am 9pm 7 lease. 4 miles north of Starke on 301 Power tools 20% off. Hand tool, MARKET with no capital investment
good. $150. Free-Standing fireplace days. 15 to NE 50th east,to NE 11th. right.to PAINTER RESIDENTIALwill work cheap. builders hardware garden supplies no broker comml I Learn how you and

.782-3781 evenings. ((11/12 BE YOUR OWN BOSS. Take orders for sign. Phone 1-778-0314 (pd11/12ck Gulf Crisis has lightened my work eta Stephen Smith Trustworthy Builders your friends can earn money predicting -
11pd ck ) 11/12/90 publication. Big profit by phone. 518)) 13 11/12/90 load. Call anytime 461.-,668. Supply 7 ml. S. of Starke on 301. market directions! 24 hr. info line
EVERYTHING 3 FURNISHED APTS each. No $4.95 toll The Stock Market
20-75% OFF IN OUR Housewives and retirees perfect Call $175 mo. 17 11/05/90 468-2624. (1tchg) 17 chg. Skill
STORE Going out of business ale. 904-964-7694 Ext. B ((11/12 pets. 964-2796. 13 11/06/90 HANDY MAN: Bargain! Rate Painting ehgREADER Club FLAN, Co 1-900-PRO-SKIL.
Open Fri. ft Sat only. Other day 23999931)) 15 11/12/90 3 BR 2 BA BRICK HOUSE at Crystal Plumbing Electrical.Decks,Additions. & ADVISOR Brother George. 20
Faucets Lake. CH/A fenced yard. Ref. Req. 25 Experience. all of life. Love LOG HOME DEALERSHIP' Top Log
open by appointment only. HOSPITAL JOBS, start $80/hr..your Major Repairs. yr* Help on problem Home
40% off. Wood toilet seats 75% off. area. No exp. necessary. For info call $465 mo. 964-4910. 13 Local references. Woody 964-5405 business, money, can't keep your Manufacturer, seeks dealer.
Power tools 20% off. Hand tools 1-900-226-9399, ext.1799.6am- before 7 a m. or after 8 p.m. for best loved ones? Rejected? Having bad Protected territory high earning potential
builders hardware garden supplies 8pm,7 days12.95 phone fee. 3 BR 2 BA BRICK HOUSE In country. results. TFN 17 luck? Drug problems? Can't commu- full training leads provided..
etc. Stephen Smith Trustworthy Build- 15 11/05/90 Unfurn. $400 mo. plus dep. Now taking STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE nicate? One visit will convince you Need not interfere with present employment

ers Supply. 7 mi. S. of Starke on 301. COPY REPRESENTATIVE needed to appl. 964-5734 after 4 pm.MOBILE SALES AND SERVICE: All makes you can be helped.782-9802. ((2tchg) Models starting at $9690.
468-2624. (Itchg) 12GLAsI 13 and models cleaned oiled and adjusted 17 1SD08781424.uBRrNTWOOD
work in local Commission
t hospital. HOME SPACE FOR RENT Low LOG HOMES88 427 River Rock Blvd.
$15. New and used sewing FREE ESTIMATES cleaning hauling,
TOP DINETTE wbrass trim ft 4 position.1-800-331-4311.Exp. preferred, not 15 required. daily&weekly rates,kitchenette avail. machines. Hwy/ 233 & 16 (Morgan clean up repairs painting and car I I FCAN Murfreesboro, Tn 37129.20
chairs burgandy cushions. $180. Lawtey. 7823332. (2tpd 7520)) RoadO 964-8733 TFN 17I pentry. Call 964-4872. TFNNEED
I 13 11/12/90 THE JUICE EXCHANGE Recession Proof
782-3953. (1 Itchg) 12 17
EXPER. MOBILE HOME SALESPERSON FURN. 1 BR APT., dean quiet, adult Business.lnvestment$14.995.Equlp-
chg I WILL KEEP YOUR KIDS 6 am to 5 pm.
preferable w/ mgmt bkgd. to only. 830 N. Temple Ave. 9649424. ADDED house or juices-lacations included. No selling!
10X50 MOBILE HOME. Need aomerepail' For more info can 964-2949. A ROOM to your
work in Lake
Starke. Call Lor-
City or ((2tchg) 13 chg Earn substantial monthly Income part
$975. Jennie-Lynn Babybed 17 11/05/90 mobile home? Need a roof or roof
raine at Frier's Mobile Home
$65. Sofa & rocker $65. Single bed Sales 362-6306.Wayne 15 FOR RENT BR Mobile Home. $200 mo. REBUILT AUTO TRANSMISSIONS for repaired? Need a deck or a screened time. Call 16003658423.O .
$30. "73- 508. (Itpd r. 7633)) $100 dep. Call 9648704. ((1tchg) most domestic cars w/6 mo.warranty porch? We'll do it for you at reason- FCAN

12 11/13/90 RN'S. LPN'S. AND WARD 13 chg $195 exchange.. Ready to Install. able ratell We also' do weatherizing.
CLERKS 2BR 1BA mobile home $225 mo. $100 all work guaranteed!
ANTIQUES Glass Curio Case.oriental 272-7607. 17I Free estimate,
Baylor and PRN
'old- positions. Apply to see. 782-3481 or 782-3168. chil- for James or 984- 593 for ff' ffJ.ftJ.
$450 English Armoir $600. Ramadan Hand Instil/Lake Butler I WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT your 964-2525
wooden cupboard $1200 "oW chest Hospital. 496-2323. 15 13 free/error dren in my home. Days 964-7321. Lynn. J&L Construct 17 .
4 BR HOUSE. 315 Walnut St 1
509648565. (Itchg) 12 family. 17 11/05/90 11/06/90
$400 mo. 9643579. ((1tchg)
RN-OR PRN Micro Hand Sur
ANTIQUES Glass Curio Case.oriental Ramadan 13 chg
$450. English Armoir $600 "old" per.Hand necessary.Instil./Lake Apply Butler Hospital.to 496- 2BR. 1BA Fenced In yard. CH/A nice Area 'fI'J
wooden cupboard $1200. "old" chest 2323. 15 area. 625 Pinewood Dr. $340 mo, Keystone Ads

509648565. (Itchg) 12 RN'S challenging opportunities availablein lease 13 chgPERSONAL deposit 964-8073. (TFN)

BRAND NEW 1991 sglwldew/sculptured med.and geriatrics as part of multidisciplinary -

.carpet,shingle roof.woodtlding.aBpL, treatment team in a State _,FOR SALE ... ,. .- ..SERVICES -_. .. -t.. YARD SALES '
Delivered $8995 white they last Call owned and oper. mental health treat' : .! wI 1
Steve B&t-7Sir-MSS.r'. : -:' 2"- ment facitiry.Salarynegot, pd sick IV; 'SERVICES -n n:Tivs'IM:raposssid due' to''w. ttle"lll; REA('bfX'i'l-w'-'r' 'T WaY1 rn1lDAlld"l % 1 b' m Jo....In..

vac.hoiidays, no rotating shirts local divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing on Realty Corp. 473-4816 chge30fit Furniture tools clothes., etc.
'- BSN and Masters Prog.,grp insur pin down. $39/me. 1.272-1031. DO YOU NUD-REPARS| to your "home ormobll.ho. ltchgl 1.15
'W4\NtED: f retirement pin. Contact Dixie Lyons MAKE NEW FRIENDS-TALK ONE-ON- Slchgl 1-1-29 ....? Call Bill at 4739470. THRER-FAMILY-Carage Sole 6 miles East
; \, .C NFSH Hwy 121 S. Macclenny, FL ONE to gals/guy In your area. 1- SATELLITE SYSTEM-IIke new 6 mo. old 'pd11-I-8-1S-22 on 100 from light. Turn left on Forest
32063. ((904)259-6211.) EOE/AA 900-741-LIVE $1 minute $15 minI- with scrambler. Nothing down. IRINOOI-li hold at Keyitene-MolroM Hill Road. 1 mile on left. 473-4327.
$40.000/yrl READ BOOKS and TV (Itchg) 15 mum. Also 1-900-741-UVE GALS $49/mo. 1-272-10185tchg11.1-29 American Legion Past 202 on Hwy 21 llpdl 1-1S.0003339
Scripts Fill out simple like/don't like" CUST. SVC REP. for Lake Butler Insur. $1/minute. $20 minimum. (R392). FIRCWOOD-Blackjack and oak. on Saturday nights at 7 p.m. and on I FAMILY-lndoor plants, clothes. furniture -
form. EASYI! Fun relaxing at home office. Must be organized detail orientated 17 FCANMILITARY Delivered. $eO a truck load. Call Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. toy. Saturday 9 to 3, corner of
beach vacations. Guaranteed pay- individual with office skills to RETIREE: Champu supple- 4730096. ltchgl 1.15 3mos.pdlO-4/12-20 Satsuma and Lawrence Blvd
check. 24 HOUR Recording Reveals. work with the public. Send resume to ment will pay the 25% allowed plus NOTARV-24: hour .rvtce. Typing stuffing 1tpd0003341FRI.
801-379-2955 Ext. FE1A3B PO Box 330 Melrose FL 32666. 100% of excess charges. Also 100% envelopes 473-2316. 2tchg1 1-13-21 SAT.-6S14 'Immokalee Road. Someof
15 9/20/90 hEXPERIENCED( Medicare supplements.For brochure FOR RENT everything I ltchgll13NOVIMIIR
LICENSED 1-800-627-2824.. ext. 259. FLOOR SAOQIN.DOOR 16-at 9 a.m., 360
WATKINS NEEDSA REPRESENTATIVE REAL ESTATE SALES PERSON. 17 FCAN mobile homes. DRAGGINHOUSE OUT OF Nightingale.\ Baby Items cabinet
LAKE ACCESS-2 or 3BR gun
to sell quality products meet for
high Service
Must have time and initiative to work WANT TO DRINK.THATS YOUR BUSI- $145/$135 per month. Lake Geneva LEVEL?? laRue Leveling home Interior Mary Kay microwave(
interesting flexible people earn 19047823068atsrraem:good money and desire to make above average NESSI! WANT TO STOP? THAT'S Rentals, 473-7566. 6mapd7090191fUINISHED all your foundation repair. 473-7721. lots more. Hchgll-13
enjoy hours earnings! Broker will furnish some OURSI! Alcoholics Anonymous 964- iFFICIENCY-Apartmenl on TFN 17BRADFORD 4 i!FAMIUIS-Chlldren' clothing furniture -
15AFFORDABLE leads and share 16 yrs of knowledgeand 3619. 964-4150, 984- 6J4. 17 Lake Geneva. Neat and clean. SEPTIC TANK SERVICE'Septic tools, misc. and more. Start at
exper. Ralph Bryan Realty 964- 10/1/90 $275/plu tax per month.$275 deposit. tank pumpouts at reasonable 8 a.m.. 7500 Paradise Drive behind
8878. TFN 15 CHAIN LINK FENCE: installed. Free estimates Include utilities. 473-2919. price, also drain line repairs. Starke. ball fields. ltchgll-13
EXPERIENCED DRYWALL FINISHERS 964- 121. TFN 17
HANDYMAN FENCE CO., 4tchg10-23-11.15 BRING YOUR TREASURES Garage Sale
needed for Job in Dowling Park (near owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559. 30 FT. CAMPEft-for rent. Single prefer. HOMES FOR SALE 'at Watson Realty, Corp. parking lot.
T.H.E.APARTMENTS. Uve Oak)Call 1-658-1241 leave message TFN 17Break. red. AC/Cable/full bath. Everything Room for 30 famlle! Sat Nov. 17.

15 or 1-376-8205 8-5 Mon Frl.GUN'S furnished except cooking gas. $200: per COOL OFF" In Skis above ground pool In Call to reserve your spot today 473-

'. month-$50 DepositColl 473-2667. the "' ''''''.'. Stay toaity warm by thli ,4816. (ttchg) 7_chg

922 E. Brownlee St. fP.R.Rf.: : : JBR/UA-take'chgl'-1-8-J-22.29 HHIcrast. $350 p.r month. wood Brick. Fenced.stow In Established the winter subdivision 38R/2BA. HELP WANTEDTEXAS

Camp Blanding Rd. .. .. the Routine Call 473-4367 or after 6 p.m. 475-9675. In city llmltt. Auumoble mortgagewith
SUBDIVISION. MOBILE Home 2tchgl18iSVACATION no qualifying. $79,000. 473-3736. KFINCRY COIP- eed. matureperson
Starke FL 32091 with share unit
UpjohnWould RtNTAlSTIme
loll for rent water and sewer fur- TFN now In Keystone Heights area
nished, cable tv available. 782-3333 like and campground memberships. REPOSSESSED VA-4 HUD HOMES Regardless of training. Writ. W. B.
964-7133 you an interesting Distress sa .-Chpl I Worldwide. ectlon. Hopkins, Box 711 Fort Worth TX
TFN 13HOUSE available from government from $1,
change in nursing career while '
your .. Call VACATION NETWORK. U.S. :
74IO1. ltchgll13WATKINSNEEDSAREPRESENTATIVE
with without credit check. Also
You
2 & 3 BR. family oriented you supplement your income? and Canada 1-800-736-8250 or repair.

laundry & large playground. FOR SALE: Become Upjohn employee and 3057716296. Free ,..Information. SAL 1-803-682-7333 bailout for properties.repo list In Call your to tell, high quality product meet
FREE Electricity tint month. put your valuable skill to work 3057716331. 1115FCANON area. l-l3-12-3Pd IntereMIng people earn good money,
% of your monthly ocording to your own schedule. LAKE aiNtVA-2BR/1MBA-Newly enjoy flexible hour. 1-904-782-3068
1501 E. CALL ST. Owner
income if you qualify Work in different locations, and decorated home. Beautiful hardwood LAND I
c If you earn $3.35 per 40 get relief from diy-to-day stresses floor throughout. Built-in range and AUTOMOTIVET.ANSMISSIONS.lebullt
hr*. a week ft have 3 dependent Transfered.! Must Sell. associated with hospital and patient oven refrigerator, furnished. Thl.won't will
lot.. Owner
ACRR-Bulldlng\
would be about SI 12 a
your rent routines. last at $373 per month! $373 automatic
::; month or$3.73 per day for day Financing Available, and deposit .0ke Geneva Rentals. finance. Almost any termt. Between transmissions for most domestic car
According to training .
your Rood and Becker Road. Writ."Joy"
left in the month, for move-in Bernice
after the first.Qualified $69,900.:: ', .preference choose from assignment 4732919. .tchgI1-8-29 CH/A. 17401 Oriole load. Ft. Myera.florida with 6 .month warranty. $t95 wenchange. -
2BR/2BA. / to Install.
HOMI-Ctean Ready 12727607.
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Single Accepted. loin the Upjohn Health Care 33912' or call 113-267-3031,
I Move-in cot can be aa low a* ,Services team.At Upjohn. it's up carpeted, furnished. Near bank. P.O.. 4tlM5-21-29.12/6.0003327
S10.0CV, .a- 964-4705 'to you.Positions. .'orel. No pets or smokers. CARSRVBMOTOR
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-: --t available howl! 9047860186. 1tpdOOO3336 CHILDCARE
or H/AC $300/ma. .
11./11A-LakeOenevo. HOMI-1977 24ft. Wlnnebogo.
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Equal Housm'w 964-2413 Registered Physical Therapist, 473-4961,7430. 1-15-21-29-12-6 SERVICES ,Only! 26.0OO mile, Good conditionleeded. .
:IC Registered Physical Therapy IBR/IBA-One block from library. _, $10,000 obo, 4173.3120.2tpell1.1Sob' .
Assistant Registered Nurse for 4734961. 7-4:30.: '
$230/mo. BABYSIT-ln :
WILL home. Monday-
my
weekend and Call
A holidays. today
4111-15-31-27-12-6 Frldoy. Dot. Age 4 end up-No In- 1978 MAllBU-Classlc. Runs good.
iEl for more Information. fants. $45/w..473-2..7.1tchgl1-15.. ,AM/FM, A/C&H. Sacrifice $300
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Bradford Hospital BranchRN's two end teem$18,000 otl.r 6:30 ".m. TFN :vice.I Installation' septic tanks, lift while you loam, plu*, attendance
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oriented equal ? AND CARRIER for Individual Mitpvnlon. repair Contact Bryan (Skeeter) 6th Ave Lake Butler Ft, 2tchrg. 11/8,
-Join our highly successful quality team $200..Call Morty at 964-428O ext. 3enesV5.2004Lox: .Jon o.273-2716. n/15. .
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professionals. Enjoy a competitive month plus two weeks a year.Ifou'll be elitfibl,e CUSTOM SUNDECK AND PORCHCS at guaranteed- ..tlm.......1/25 Stpd. ....mbll' work Info. 304-646-1700

flexibility and an opportunity to provide patient care, for up to $5,000 In education assistance with bargain prlMfr 10X12 or 8X16 dock 2/22 then/ tfn' Dept. p2SI2. 2tpd. 11/8, 11/13
the Montgomery CI Bill. You can earn an add I$425. 496-3921. 2tpd. 11/8,.11/15. I
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z services In your community. 3 yrs. Med/sur. or Critical tional $2,000 enlistment bonus. During the i CHESTER DRAWERS and d....... $23 a 'IAlYSIT' IN MY HOME Janice

course of your enlistment,you'll also pull pl_. 2600 Atari and nine topes lor Neepel 496.3123.4tdtrg. 10/23,11/13 REAL ESTATE
i1 Care nursing required. Hpmecare experience preferred. down a minimum $11,000 in Florida $50. 4961492. 2tchrg. tt/8 11,914FT. HIS APPLIANCE $Sole and Repelr' i..-
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Full time, part time position available. M-Fri w/rotating salary' RIVUMATIR BOATS}loot cushioned control 'vice. Buy seme sell some. fix some, B ACRE ton Paved Road' frontage In'
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Salary And .
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Marji Gibson, alachua General Hospital, 801 S.W. 2nd there's much more too. Discover i HOME 2/pd..11/15 FOR *AU 2 bed 1 bath, on I 1/4 FLOOR'SAGGIN DOOR Interest rate. Call ((904) 496-3309.
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ll Special Olympians Have A "Ball" I DURRANCE PUMP & SUPPLY

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The Bradford County Special provided by Bonnie and Sam Muslin I Eves tt Weekends 964-7578
Olympics was held Thursday of Starke Lanes, were awarded to
Schoolgym the teams and to all individual fftJ
November 1 at the Middle par- Well Drilling -
and Starke Bowling Lanes. ticlpants.
Klwnls dub members and P.E. Phil Gallo and the staff of our}local: I Residential & Irrigation
coaches from the Middle School Burger King and the crew of :ipi
directed the basketball competition Hogan's Heroes furnished lunch for
which began immediately after the thewas olympians. igghhts of fSyltinijS; S 1
opening ceremonies. When not in one of the of
direct competition students were the exciting day.
kept busy doing crafts at tables set Mary Olympic,Bradford Coun- Pump
up and supervised by Pat Connelly.Helping ty Special Coordinator
her were Beta Club and stated, "We always try to make the Sales &
Vocational Business Ed. students county Olympics a very special 'Il
The bowlers were transported to event and it would not be possible Service On
Starke' Lanes after opening without the help and contributions of All Makes 964.7061 +
ceremonies where they were helped many people. A heartfelt thank you
by Kiwanians. Sunshine Industry of our helpers on behalf of the Lie 1305:
and Starke lane employees and athletes and the Special Olympics
other volunteers. Bowling trophies Steering Committee."

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Burgers For Olympians...

Philip Gallo and Cena Olio,managers of the SUrke Burger King,are
I passing bags of lunches over the counter to Anna Clayton, committeewoman. -
and Mary Brewlngton. Special Olympics coordinator. Fifty '
i nine athletes participated In this year's special Olympics November 1. Iii ii r- FEBRUARY 91


Union County w V When You

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BRAND NEW 1991 SINGLEWIDI with
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siding appliances, delivered for only Applications are being acceptedfor <',
$8993 while they last. Call Steve the Santa Fe Community College
904.752.1452. Student Council Christmas' Craft
1991 4 BEDROOM DOUBLIWIDE with Sale, Dec. 4-3. Handmade crafts are
family room and den. Perfect for large preferred, but paintings, draw- rt,' io J,
family only $245/mo. Call Steve
are accepted.
ings or photographs
9O4-752-14S2.
Fees are$10 for one table,and$5 for
each additional table. Make applica-
tions in Building R, Room 201. For
FOR RENT .more information, call 395-5613

RENT OR RENT TO PURCHASE $160 to Career Placement Day
$200 monthly Security Deposit re- Open to News Media
quired. Ski's Mobile Home Park behind SFCC's Health Related and Nurs-
SS Itpd. 9/27. TFN.
3rd annual Career
2 BEDROOM TRAILER on 796A 1/2 mile Placement ing Programs Day will be held Nov. IS
on left. 496.2929. 2tchrg 11/8. 11/13
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At left b a WWII vlnt4tfCn C 47 MrKU plane which
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These are Just.few of the WWII era display on :.;- ,, ,, ... '. "" __
and around the Camp Blending Museum& r"t 'u _, "" _: "'4_ "'- .
Memorial Park.Drop By Nov.24& 23.

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but nine scheduled ,- . --.. ,. ... .. ,, ,.. ,.. ,
the half of build- are to attend the
our museum
trained at upper
clalccrcmonles mally opened and on the dedicated 25th of November In spe-- war it was Camp not blanding possible during in include the ing.This year's accomplishments are ceremonies as our guests.In '.H ,_ .. 1Jj"" _. :l1 .." ...., _. . .' .)
addition their .
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only the participation .
1990, the fiftieth anniversary of them for special emphasis.However, beginning the general dedication of the facilities, ; -,':':: '
the mobilization of the Florida Na- the Infantry Replacement Training \YoUtf: Ei .t :'IR' it'' ; ftl: :,
they will :
tional Guard.MEMORIALIZED. described Center Blanding in the museum,1943-1945! and,memorialized will be As a the part Camp of our Blanding dedication Museum programfor and dedication be of the the new focus Medal of the of formal Honor ,'. "-.".", ..I ,,,.,,.. -. .'" 8L"_" co _...'._,..,.. ., .r.,.-'.... ,,,.,_,," ....e._" ._ ,. :"I,
in the Memorial Park,we invited all fifteen monument in the memorial park at
UNITSIn gardens. 130 P.M.,Sunday the 25th of Novem- Heater Tune
When surviving recipients of the Medal of Up
the exhibits of the museum and the dedicated and opened in No- Honor who served with the nine ber.
memorial park adjoining, we have vemberl990theCamPBlandingMuseum Dlanding divisions and the 508th (Note:A number private individuals -
and Memorial Park of the Sec- SpecialsIncludes
chosen to emphasize the service and have
Parachute contributed funds
Infantry. Duo to illness or neces-
ond World War will be
and
of the nine infantry divisions a unique
experiences previous commitments, several of sary to finance the participation of the :
American
institution. Itwon't
and one airborne regimentalcombat interesting them were not.able to our offer Medal of Honor recipients.)
be We accept :
team that were assigned to complete anticipate -- New Wick (
Camp Blanding for training prior to adding materials to both the interior u $ 95
New Batteries
their commitment to combat. These and exterior displays as they become 24
units were the 1st, 29th, 30th, 31st, available. And further, we are estab- New Ignitions
36th,43rd,63rd,66th and 79th Infan- lishing a major regional research library pump
try Divisions and the 508th Airborne and archives devoted to the ay\:::\ Cleaning & Testing HeaterAll
Regimental Combat Team. history of the Second World War in fill Work Guaranteed
The campa ign service of these ten units will feel
spanned the globe from North Africato Great American Using American Wick Products
the Solomon Islands, Italy to New
Guinea,Western Europe Mindanao Smokeout TodayThe
and Central Europe to Luzon. Com- l1mp'
bined, they suffered nearly 24,000 day to encourage r; .:
combat dead and more than 80,000 smokers to kick the habit for 24 XI.12b4 .. ..t-: .._I I 8J
wounded. The war service historiesof hours or possibly for good is with ;' -'
these ten units illustrate the diver- .
sity of combat experience for the here.Today, the American Cancer ;; .... :
American infantryman in World War Boy tin True : I ILI1
II.The history of each with Society is asking one in every |r.bound to provide a long-hetlnL
summary, narrative summaries, five smokers (20%) to kick the feeling comfort. Bemuse the XX; American wtgk Replacement WickIn
photographs habit for a 24 hour period by WeathertranO heat pump bluked byane IUllve IIIIInufacturer'.10 year
and selected artifacts, will be displayed r Stock Standard
; limited WIIII'&IIIJ an bolll the compmuor and ad plus 2 yen on putL Arid replacement wicks
and each will be memorial- engaging in the American the unit'sarprrhlgheilesencyhel! ,.reduce yourenergy uugeall yeaI'long. fit
to most kerosene
ized in the gardens. Cancer Society's Great Call l today for more detail on the XL 1200 heat pump-financing .va1la61e. BRYAN'S heaters.
These ten"Blanding"units also earned American Smokeout.
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forty-seven Congressional Medals of I
Honor.Each recipient will be memorialized Give thanks rMMr COWARTAir ACL'KEYSTONEHEIGHfS' fZ"zJ"
in the gardens and their photographs for safety
and citations displayed in Conditioning Contractors
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surrounding counties for over IS year en ers 475-2400 964-4642
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OFFICE OF ,>;;

STATE ATTORNEY

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA

LACHUA. BAKER. BRADFORD.SERVING GILCHRIST. LEVY t

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Thank you for allowing me the


privilege of continuing to serve as fashions, Inc.


your State Attorney. Your support }i t 444 West Madison Street ;

and encouragement over t h east Starke Plaza

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two years has been greatlY. Thursday, November 15th .


appreciated. I will always do my Friday November 16th ';' '

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i confidence and trust as thiscircuit's 17th .

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chief prosecutor. .



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