Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01894
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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 22, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01894
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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frost, and a high of only 69 Monday to, to lows lows ui the in SOS the Wednesday 40s Friday blending Mow Srifi... .. .... ...i.3$ I l 1 r I'n-' -v l I L I I. 10 I I I. -,,':'r.1 1 I -
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with in the 60s for the weekend N.ws ._.. 4,7,10lfls ; '
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Nov. 22, Thanksgiving day, in the

Welcome.Methodist Church. Everyone Lincoln City

BHS Football Bu...., BUlt.-i h -
By Park on Weldon Road,and the Country
A Greyhound type chartered bus ICT Staff Writer Club residents, east of town.
will be loading for the BHS-Tampa County Attorney Bill Bessent and Weldon said City
Catholic football game Friday Commissioner Wilbur Waters asked Ruckman will have to determine if
afternoon Nov. 23.Tickets are $10 the Starke council to consider an in- city facilities can handle the addi-
each. terlocal agreement Tuesday, Nov. 6, tional volume.
This game is the first state play- 'a'i "but ,. which will provide water and sewer Weldon said there is one big problem
off in Region 2, class 3A football. s. lines into Lincoln City on Starke's In serving people outside the
Call Wanda Prevatt, ph. 964-6800 southslde. city. When accounts become delinquent
for further Information. For more : Entenslon of utility lines into the the water can be shut off, but
fun, ride the bus.Dedication.. area is contingent on the county's the sewer service cannot be cut.
successful application for a Com- Toilets can be flushed with a bucketof
... munity Development Block Grant water, Weldon said.
The Hampton Elementary PTA (CBDG). Delinquent accounts of in-town
will dedicate the new concession Darrell O'Neal a county residents are off-set with property
.stand, Monday, Nov. 26, at 8 p.m. employee who works in several taxes, but people living out of town
Superintendent Jim Duncan and areas said the county surveyed 62 pay taxes only to the county.
school board members are plann- homes in the area to determine In- Councilman Vernon Silcox said,
ing to attend the ceremony. The come levels, and found 32 percent "I'm thinking about south 301
public is invited. have less than $11,150 annual In- (US-301) We'll never make any
come; 16 percent between $11,151 money off this, but we will make
Revival... and >$12,750; 16 percent between money off 301. I personally think it is
.rM $12,751 and $14,350; 16 percent bet- a good opportunity, and we should
A revival is scheduled at the Full ween $14,351 and $17,250; 5 percent try to work something out, if we
Gospel Mission church: located on between!: $17,251 and $19,800; 7 percent can."
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SRrlOO near Long Bridge at New r r between $19,801 and $22,950; 5 Weldon said the city has ample
River. Services will beheld at 7:30: f.W percent between$22,951 and $25,500, water facilities, and water

each evening, Wednesday-Friday, '... the cut off point for grant funds. represents no problem, but only an
Nov. 28-30. The Rev. Bill Hadden, I --- r 'fit The number of homes to be servedin engineer can determine if the sewer
evangelist. .' .- Lincoln City has not been deter- disposal plant can handle more
Pastor Hoke O'Berry invites -- mined. The number surveyed repre- volume that already planned.

everyone to the revival services. Top Grader Earners at BIIS... sent a minimum number for There was some discussion about
statistical purposes. the size of sewer pipe that grant
Pecan Auction... The 15 student who earned strilght-A'l for the first Norman, Bethany Bela.sixweeks Waters said one advantage accru- funds will pay for,with city commis-
grading period are (l-r)i Standing In rear: Theresa Juchnlewlci, Brian ing to the city would be installationof sioners being concerned that pipe
The second and final pecan auc- First rows Erica Pfennlger, Danielle Smith and Canova Michael Becker. Jeffery Johns, Todd Arthur, water and sewer lines to city only adequate to serve Lincoln City
tion will be held at the Starke Heather Safer. Deana Holiday. Brandy ROM. residents that currently do not have would not provide for expansion
Farmer's Market, Thursday Nov. Second row Bethany Lee, Dana Wllklson Candice Not shown; Joshua Oalganoi the utilities,since those living in the along south US-301.

Producers city, between the end of the presentline City Surveyor Pat Welch said,
should weigh-in their and the city limits could now be "I've done lots of work with grant
pecans between 8 a.m. and noon, in 15 Earn Straight-A's at BHS served,although grant funds will not funds, and I have never seen grants
substantial bags (no plastic). A fee ba .available for hook-ups to city install pipes too small for expan-
of .04 cents per pound is charged residents. People living in the grant sion."
j( half being paid by the seller and half Fifteen,Bradford High students Seniors. American Government, French II, funded area will receive hook-ups at 4 Commisisoner Travis Woods said

by the buyer. 1.35 percent of the ll15memberstuMichael'L. Becker,son of Mr. and Honors English IV, Bras, Band, IV, no cost, Waters said. he will need a recommendation from I'
Purchasers must poIta $25 refundable and Teacher's Aide.
dent body earned straight-A's for Mrs. Leslie Becker of Lawtey. of Mr. The county is in process of applying city engineers priorto making a'
:r deposit ,the first 8ht weekS grading period Becker is enrolled in Honors English Danielle T.Smith Smith'daughter M1. for$650,000 Bessent said,but the decision on the agreement.
i r --.lIa III Mi iD i11Wi.. 0-- .w h.I..w."t. 8......,.; "'vvn'*," ,.-..'''and'Honors'World History plus'f z''and Smith Mrs.la enrolled Dan int Woodwind of Starke.: Band I grant IS feasible only if the city willcooperate The' council will consult with.EngineerRtickman'and .
Another U3 BHS students;or 11 several Santa Fe Community Col Placement iri the project/The: bounty determiner
'( A hand craft show and sale will beheld percent of the student earned classes. IV, Advanced doesn't own any water or sewer -its answer in the next couple of
I, A at Hampton City Hall,10 a.m. to all A's or B's tor the first sixweeks.Jege Chemistry, Physics I, Honors facilities. weeks:

4 p.m.,Saturday,Dec..1. Thirty senlo 39 juniors, 19 of Mr. and Economics, European History, When asked if the city can serve There was no adverse commentsto
Brian D. Canova, son IV
Anyone with crafts to display or sophomores, and( 13 freshmen were Mrs. David Canova of Klngsley and Honors Teacher's English Aide.,, Trigonometry, the area, Utilities Director Bill providing the service to Lincoln
sell is welcome to space at no on the honor roll. Lake. Canova is enrolled in Chorus Weldon said the city is already City, if the city has the capacity to
charge. Thestraight-Astudentsbygrade, IV, Advanced Placement obligated to serve Lakewood Estateson meet its current and already planned -

The public is invited to peruse being the offered are: Chemistry, Physics I, Honors See BUS Straight A' Page 3 Crosby Lake,Olivia Mobile Home needs.
beautiful Christmas gifts

( Baby for Pageant.sale. .. Planning for New Jail Begins with 2-Day Conference, Outside Experts .

"Beary a baby Special and beauty Kids"pageant is sponsoring at 2- By Buster Rahn ,determining the need for a new jail Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge said it demands for the county to meet long as the county shows good faithin

p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1, at theStarke ICT Staff Writer Its location, funding, staffing andother was a productive conference, but state mandated standards. planning a new jail facility.
Elementary School In a two day conference last week information. firm answers are elusive at this time Starke residents living near the
Cafeteria. Bradford County commissioners Thomas A. Rosazza,who operatesa and many more meetings will be Several months ago, Bradford jail are also anxious to get the jail
Entry fees, $25 each are used in Sheriff Ken Etheridge, Jailer Ray corrections consulting firm hails held before any decisions are made. commissioners brought in a frame out of their neighborhood althoughthe

_, purchasing various prizes, expenses Hunt and others heard represen- from Colorado Springs, Colorado. The Bradford County jail has been building donated by DC and Installedit jail was already there before
''j -, and awards. Net proceeds tatives from the National Institute of Kent Griffith, employed by the In controversy for the past several behind the original brick building, some of the homes were built.
will go to the Starke Elementary Corrections (NIC) review some of Nebraska Crime Commission, years having come under fire from increasing inmate capacity from 25 The
inmatesare two consultants stressed
than 41 the
I, to 41.Although more
School. the facets of funding planningand visited Wednesday and Thursday,
many the Department of Corrections (DC)_ need
housed at times, DC is only re community support for a
Call Debra Norman, ph. 9642229or operating a new county Jail. Nov. 14-15 in Starke conferring with for various violations. Including
increase from 15 to 19 the new jail and the jail administrator
964-8849 for further information. The two consultants are not officials,visiting the Bradford Coun- overcrowding and under staffing.DC quiring an ,
officers assigned. Lt. Ray Hunt, mailed 175 letters to
Beary Special Kids is located of NIC,but go out ty jail Wednesday, and holding a number of custodial
next to Mosley Tire Co. on US301r on special assignments for the public forum Thursday the Brad-, Is charged'with jail inspec- .
south. organization, providing expertise in ford Armory, on Edwards Road. tions, but has been lenient in it's Other discrepancies are on hold as See Jail Page 3

,J.., AIDS Instruction... Utilities ExpensiveFor
Bradford Vo-Tech will offer instruction -
in AIDS for

.i: cosmetologists and barbers, 1-4 ParkBy
p.m., Monday, Dec. 3, free.of Weldon St.
I 'd'. charge.

,. The 3 hour course, taught by Gay
Koehler-Sivers. meets the new Buster Rahn, Alternative III provides for the ci-
state requirements for license acT Staff WrHor ty to share the cost of the 8 inch line
r'\. renewal. Pre-reglstration is re- Starke Utilities Director Bill with Odom, with the city picking up
' ,, quired. Call ph. 964-6800, ext. 122. Weldon presented a report to the the difference in cost between the 6
( Starke council, Tuesday, Oct. 16, by and 8 inch lines. In that situation,the
\ Thanksgiving Dinner... City Engineer Gary Sneddon outlining city would pay $16,930 and Odom
alternatives for would pay $54,820.Alternative .
five payment
A Thanksgiving dinner will be for Odomto
IV provides
water mains to Olivia
,' provided for the needy elderly Estates, a proposed mobile home foot the total $71,750 In a
,, i -.'. Homeless and anyone eating alone park on Weldon Road (CR-229) own- "Hydraulic Share Rebate Agree-
.,, that day. The dinner will be served ed by John Odom HI. ment." In that scenerio, Odom
I, :i-' by the St. Mark's Episcopal Church The situation with Olivia EstatesIs would recover part of his cost over t
i' Parish Hall on Church St. similar to that of Deerfoot Village the next 10 years providing other
; "
., t-.1 Food and cash contributions will Shopping Center, in which the city property in the area is developedand
'" y_y .$" be accepted. Call Peggy Stanwix- wants a larger line installed than the water lines extended to new
: .". Elizabeth Wade If nearby land isn't
Hay, 9644126 or owner actually needs. The larger customers.
9642015. line will be needed for future expansion developed' Odom would not make
the city contends,but recognized any recovery.Alternative.
;? BHS Alumni... in the Deerfoot construction, that V provides for the cityto
BHS Alumni Association meets at the smaller line was adequate for its pay for the 8 inch pipe and Odomto
pay installation costs. In that
the Western Steer Steak House, needs.The city paid the difference between case, Sneddon estimates the city
Nov. 27, Dutch treat.
Tuesday, the cost of the two lines, allowing -' would pay out 21575.
Dinner at .8 p.m; meeting at 7
, to
: only
Deerfoot owners
p.m. This is the last meeting in line. pay In either of the five alternatives
the smaller 6iinch( the city would then have an 8 inch:
_"'.1.,.;i S;" ".",.. 1All Alumni interested In the line Sneddon's Is adequate report for the admits mobile.home water line in the area, capable of High Flying Hlgh-Q'ers...
"t. Centennial reunion in the fall of supplying water needs for the Danielle Smith. Captain Michael Becker,
,. park, but says the city should require The vanity Bradford Hlgh-Q team Is undefeated In Rowell.
1991 should attend.Upcoming. an 8 inch line to provide for foreseeable future Weldon said. regular season matches Jonathan Smith. Standing In rear: Coach Stanley

future development in the area. Sneddon said Alternative I is contrary Team members are CI-rr At bottom Matthew Crawford. Mark KIng Sean Jones Joel CareD Ethan

, ... Alternative I provides for a 6 inch to the city's master water Eunice and James Smith. Seated at table; Mike Caren. Not shown: Patrick Hunt.
line between Southern Villas (Apartments and recommended
system plan,
Public meetings scheduled In the. off Ralford Road) and number II as being the most

coming weeks are: Commission Washington St. via the mobile home desirable, since Odom would be payIng High; -Q Team Undefeated, Regular Season
Bradford County loop. Total cost;
y park, forming a all coats, and at the same time,
meets at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, .820. the city would be getting the 8 inch team can't let down now. There are 16 ((56.2 percent) on his toss-up questions -
Nov. 21. In the Courthouse. Alternative n provides for an 8 line it wants. The BUS sett team went 7-0 for in which the team needsto and Patrick Hurst added four
., BC School Board meets at 7 p.m., Inch line, following the same route. The city will need to obtain the season, ng a school record some work areas on, and they will. 'The toss-up answers. At the half. BHS
Monday. Nov. 26, In Administration Total cost: 71750. Sneddon says easements for some of the water line and positioning for a run at the Thanksgiving holidays will disrupt was down 37 to 74, but came roaringback
jf Building, N.Temple Ave. Odom would probably complain that route, Including that section: that State Finals, says Coach Stanley but we can live with in the second: half to take the
Brooker bid opening for tree tie doesn't need the larger line and through Olivia Estates,Sned Crawford.But preparations match.
trimming and removal,7 p.m., shouldn't be required to pay the total don passes wrote. next It must win at the North It.The Hi-Q varsity was 7 for 15 (48.4 The Junior Tornadoes didn't far
Monday, Nov. 26, In City Hall. cost. Florida Hiih-Q Conference set Dec. ) on bonus questions in the as well, falling to Columbia County
election to retain orv 4 at Allen Nease High School.
Brooker Columbia County match, somewhat 172-133, closing the season &-2-
abolish mayor's position,7 a jn. toW The BUS Tornadoes defeated Columbia but The JV team aWl have
like won
-.y '1' lower than Crawford would may a
\ c } 7 m. rote In City Hall. Camp Blanding Museum & Memorial County 151-111 In Lake City, "It hasn't hurt us too much so far; I berth In the championship playoffs,
Starks and Board Nov. 13, to end the season
Zoning Board Tuesday,
the bullet as least depending on the outcome of other
; of Adjustment meets Thursday, Park Dedication Set For SundaySee unbeaten and untied.. hope two more we can times dodge, Crawford says. divisional pm.They will know' in

Nov.p.m. 29,In City Hall,beginning at 7 B-Sectlon Page 1 season.While Coach this has Crawford been says a winning, "The Captain Michael Becker was 9 for a few days.P.r. .

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(Mini-Grant Writers...

Bradford school teacher are all successful Carol Redding. Anna Freeman. Bobble fine O'Brtan.
of$501 mlnl-granU to benefit students In their Paulette Guala. Linda Wilson. Third row: Pat
study. Crawford Supt. Jim Duncan. Not shown: Susan Nor-
teacher are (l-ri First row Joe Watson Lynn man. Carolyn Folsom Melanie Reid. Glnny Rltch.
Linda Rb.m.M.' and r..11 ,.....b a .a _..

;: ;?'/ : -"Mini-Grants Won by BC Educators

teachers in Bradford Coun in the Classroom grades 1-3." The at SS, will! purchase art amTcraft
schools won mini-grants totaling duo will use the funds to implementa materials to provide pupils with an
,with the winnings to be spent touch math program (counting enrichment program In art which
: supplies outlined in the grant ap posters multiplication and division complements the areas they cover in
; : books and a classaroom starter set. music.
: > State Chapter II Program Carolyn Folsom, primary Linda Sheffield "Writer's Cor-
$31,890 In grant funds for specialist at LCS. "Hands on ner."Sheffield who teaches Englishat
1 : County schools with Math/Science." Folsom will pur- Bradford Middle School,will purchase -
Jim Duncan setting chase hands-on items to be used in materials and a binding
$5,000 for the mini-grant pro teaching math and science. machine to enable pupils to write
restricted to Instructional Anna Freeman Chapter I, LCS, and publish a book of student
: The maximum grant for "Using Children'ts literature to writings. The books will be sold to
one application was $500. enhance phonics instruction In other students.
five teachers applied. Chapter one."Freeman will purchase Linda Wilson "Introduction to
order to guarantee Impartiali- literature trade books (to be the use of a serger." Wilson who
three educators from surroun used for teaching phonics and as a teaches home economics will use
counties served on a committee supplementary library).' funds to purchase a serger for use in
judge the mini-grants from which Susan Norman,Melanie Reid and Home EC.Department.A serger can
had been removed to insure Ginny Ritch, "Cooking a sew a seam as it trims the edge of a
of the writer. Decision of smorgasboard of skills." The trio seam and overcast it, a table cloth.
committee was reached Nov. 7, LCS special education teachers will I Pat Crawford, "Project
the 11 winners met Nov. 19 with purchase kitchen equipment to Perform." Crawford, who teaches
Duncan and Grant teach ESE pupils math skills, English at Bradford High, will purchase -
Myrna Lou Hurse to reading skills, social, personal and supplies and equipment to be
disbursement procedures of basic career skills. used in production of a school-wide
funds. Carol Redding, "Students learn musicalPalette.
through writing." Redding who Guala. "Adding
and Grants... teachers compensatory education at multicolor Diversity to the High
Cook BE kindergarten LCS, will purchase materials to School English Curriculum through
: "Building Blocks to the enable pupils to write a math hand- Cooperative Learning." Guala who
."Cook will purchase a set of book and language arts book using teaches English at Bradford High
blocks animals and career process writing techniques. mote a renewed interest in
Bobble O'Brlan "Learning by read by purchasing small sized
Marshal, 2G, HE & Joe making (Art enrichment program. novels that students can take home
;: .K..HE: "Using Touch Math O'Brlan who teaches.art. and music and read.
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; ( r Considering Raise for Marshalamount I

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:: dusts Rohit: .request to' be .bled( 'uutll'd is not known at this time.
I i StH Wrttvr .month giving the council an'ofcortunityto "The oneloption to'paying.rent la to.razeithebuiJdlngs.on
; : Marshal Tommy" Hauler- review its budget:: -' d I.>. ,raUroadperty pro
: reported to the town council ,Melvin said.
Nov. 13.that he made two Fire Department...
g t. :; 1 ( : during: the prior month. Fire Chief Tony Stalnaker said the Tree Trimming...
also assisted Alachua County Bradford County Fire Council is Clerk Charlene Thomas reported
; in a murder investigation buying equipment for the Brooker bids for removing and/or trimming
: issued a couple of traffic tickets. Fire Department costing several trees on town property exceed
S : council Indicated it is pleased hundred dollars and is not in posi- 2000. and must be advertised and
:: Raulerson's Job performance, tion to purchase four tires for the, re-bid.
by a new two year con- pumper, at a cost of$644.
signed last month and took The council voted to purchase the She set 7 p.m.Monday,Nov.28,for'
consideration his request for a tires since It is a budgeted item. the bid opening.Thomas .
Stalnaker proposed the town reported Brooker City
said he has been work- relocate the Fire Department to the Hall will be closed Thursday addFriday
two days a week amounting to 64 Farmer's Market complex sayingthe Nov. 22-23 for Thanksgiv. -
;:4'l a month, for the past five facility could accomo4ate fire
:I: ,and has not had a raise since fighting equipment under shelter ing.Other
started. but the council demurred saying the
$350 per month salary equates town should offer the complex for industrial In other actions the council:
per hour at most,and may be use.Brooker .Approved an ordinance controll-
when Raulerson puts in addi Is housing QR-10 the ing 'littering and junk," according
:] hours. county owned emergency vehicle to Attorney Hobbs.'Approved .
said he is looking for stationed in Brooker under shelterin
a small salary increase, the old market. Marshal Rauler certificates of merit to
to$400 per month. son says he wants to garage the the five members of the Advisory
Gene Melvin said be police cruiser in the complex also. Task Force for a "Job well done.
the raise,but asked for the The Farmer's Market Is partially The task force members are Jim Me
: located on a strip of land owned by Guinness Cleone Hazen, Johnnie
the CSX Railroad and the town will Green, Charlie Green and Annie
have to pay rent on it, but the 'Tetstone.Bryan's .
it T Worth

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.. Needed...

'.Tax-Aide program is
!WIg volunteers for the 1980-91
to help seniors age M and
with low or moderate income,
income tax returns.
? you can help, please can
g Mlxon Ph. W44424.

a C.nt.r...
Senior Center la open from
a a.m. to S p.m., Monday-
51 for use by all senior
in Bradford County There :
reading-TV room with cable,
coffee all day. Seniors need to
lunch. Bring your current
"' I or learn a new craft.Call
{ 964-1543.

I Bradford Vaccine County... Public Y _

has received -
= shipment of Flu vaccine Ace Hardware Contest Winner..".
will be offering flu shots for$S Gene Bryan, manager of Bryan's Ace Hardware sUre In Starfce.resent .
*ene tool of the Home Remodeling valued at$..to Rebecca
wU be administered Jones, local winner of the Black and Decker P werk use Sweepstakes
I ,., 1:>>4 p.m,through _tes&.All local tickets have been sent to a central location tar a national
drawing for five all expense trips to super bowa XXV.fat Tampa

a Po.......

.... to all BUS sports, except
) ,are available for$40 each. Ace Hardware Winner Announced
Wanda Provatt.ph.9044800
:l! ; : i I, details .- -
i I Lucky winner In the Bryan's Ace The national drawing la for flve all
Humanitarian... Hardware Black and Decker Power expensepaid pt1ayedMit to Super
i House Sweepstakes was Rebecca Bowl XXV.z.to TampaStadium
I ''be Chamber of Commerce is ac Jones, history teacher at Bradford Tampa FL, January 17,
B tJq nominations Middle School. The drawing was 1901.
of the Year" Each .
Saturday. November 8. participating
a 1 : I If you would like to store awarded a Home Bryan's Ace Hardware thanks allpatrons
:!:! someone please can ph.' Remodeling Kit, valued at $430, to who participated la the
or coma by than on 8. one local lucky winner, who is also sweepstakes,and has sent all ticketsin
': St,not later I, qualified for a national drawing for tha national Super Bowl contest

J later in the month. drawtna.Page .

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Starke Reactivates Long

i1 Inactive Enforcement Board

By Buster RahnKT seated.
Staff Writs Darla Christopher associate to CIty ,
The Starke Code Enforcement Attorney Terence Brown, agreedto
Board has been reactivated after write a press release
having been dormant for the past duties and procedures of the boar
five years. At this time it Isn't clear to whom
Diane Tterney, deputy city clerk complaints should be addressed.;
ii : j rTJ said the last recorded. minutes are
C dated in 1985. In addition to board members
The Starke council filled positionson other city officials with code en-
the seven member board;naming forcement duties are: Darrell
the following individuals: Felix O'Neal zoning director; Travis
Ramos-Vargas, chairman; Pat Woods city commissioner chairingthe
Welch co-chairman; Beverly Zoning Committee; Dwayne
McGee Van Dubolsky, Raymond: ,Hardee fire chief and code enforce-
Blye Brenda Alvarez Eugene ment inspector.The .
Lateef. seven board members were
1 ,, The board first met in August and appointed for one, two or three.,
f s II U1 I In subsequent meeting has organized years, to provide continunity on the .
ready to get to work. boar
In the'l'huisday.Nov. 1, meeting, The Code Enforcement Board will
two remaining board members meet again In December and mon-
Alvarez and Lateef,were sworn and thly thereafter.

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Thanksgiving Splrlt.Witla .,.- i 1i Lardy i

canned goods donated by students and staff and turkeys bought Some of the SS students who helped pack the boxes are (l-rj Llniey 1I
with donations...... the staff and business partners Southslde Eleraen- Mains Joey Balkcom Tyesla Shell. David Wooley. Mona Hall Chuckle .
tary Is sending" 18 Thanksgiving baskets to local families. Drawdy. C
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local people advising them of thepublic Rosazza gave a brief history of staffing life expectancy of facility sons for other jurisdictions and
hearing at the Armory. NIC, saying it was created in 1972 medical cost expansion cost of construction awaiting transfer to other facilities. .,._._._.._I_._._._a ._._._. ._._.. ._.J
Hunt Mid the attending and became a federal agency two and operation, services re- -- -- ------- '" I
.'J. the meeting represfing 20 years, later..in 1974. It sends con- quired, land area y site selection ...JetW '
oJ er.P oreitogpncie.K" +"Iaea..nd -KWlJatfs.fP.VarfojM:, pqJI) \calubdivi-! changing mandates 'classification 1 I
rlt: 'iutpsl l kn aQI encoutaKllllJlilpJJ1atth slons atflfc/Cfls .,lendtng-Jts-! ': '!': w- ..and.security! ,..;>.:V,7:: ::r. :. m. A 1' 1 I
need for a new jail is recognizedby how" in planning, funding and staffing -
Bradford residents. new jails and prisons, and/or Griffith listed a number of pur-
major renovations. poses for a jail including, but not 1
Thursday Meeting... Rosazza outlined an agenda for limited to: incarceration of legally
Sheriff Etheridge.who had invited the day, including total system plan- Innocent persons awaiting trial protection I
the NIC consultants to Bradford ning, direct supervision, use of con- of society and protective
County at request of the county commissioners sultants,community support and ac custody incarceration of mental patients
introduced the two He listed the issues to incarceration of inmates
Rosazza and Griffith. be discussed: Funding, size of jail. sentenced to jail time, holding per-

i BBS Straight A's {

i (front page 1A) Candice A. Norman daughter of Timothy E. Gowen, Caron E. Grif-
i Junlon.- Ms Kathy Norman of Starke and fis, Melissa D. Gros, Brian K. Hall I I I I Ir
Charles Norman of Starke. Miss Kimberly A. Hardy Bridgett E.
i Todd K. Arthur, son of and
Mr Norman is enrolled In Drama I, Holder Eliasa J. Hollingsworth
of Ar-
Mrs. Arthur Starke.
is Danny in English IV, Honors English I, Honors Algebra I, Shauntel D. Houston, Sean F. Jones
thur enrolled Skills
Chorus I. Personal Fitness, Honors Timothy E. Kirkland Patricia K.
General Math General Math
and McKinney La-
III, Residential Carpentry ni-IV. Earth/Space Science, World Martin, Michael D. ,
Geogra y. mont S. Mosley Rebecca: L. Nugent
Deana A.Holiday,daughter Mr.
Dana M.Wilkison daughter of Mr. Leigh Ann Odom Regina S. Padgett.. .
and Starke.
Holidays Holiday of and Mrs. Daniel Wilkison of Lawtey. Angela C. Redding Norman J. Bedding
Miss enrolled in Fundamentals Miss Wilkison is enrolled In SpanishI Marley, Aa tellers Scott A.
of Typing' I, Criminal HI. Honors English I, Honors AlgebraI Sheffield Jimmy E. Smith MetinaL. (
Justice Asst. I, Honors [
English Woodwind Band I, Personal Smith Christopher T. Snow JaneR.
Trignometry Chemistry and I, Honors Fitness.. Honors Earth/Space Stanwix-Hay. Chastidy D.Starl-
American AccountingI.
_History Science. ing Tammie J. Starling, April D.
Taylor Christopher B. Thompson
Brandy C. Ross, daughter of Mr. A-B Honor Roll: Brenda A. Williams Shenealse M.
and Mrs. Elmore Rosa of Lawtey. Williams Richard A. Wolf.
Miss Ross is enrolled In Spanish II. The 123 students on the A-B honor
Honors English III Algebra II. roll, by grade are: Basketball '

Chemistry I, Honors World History. Seniors... Nicole D. Adams, Sophomores... Angle D. Baseball r
Fundamentals of Typing I, and Office Erik A. Alday Carl E. Alvstad, Jen- Baldree,Christopher M. Bloomfield j
", Procedures. nifer K. Ball,Joel R. Caren,John A. John W. Bozeman, Emily D. Brad- .4 a4. .
; Frampton Holly N. riersey ford, Kim T. Byrd Jason A. Canova
.Sophomores... Heather M. Hulott.\ Larry P. Hunt Ethan R. Caren Wendy F. Cowie
Jeffery Johns,son of Mr.and Mrs Shaketha M. Jackson Bryan C. Jennifer C. Glisson Shawn L.
Robert Clemons of Starke. Johns is King, Keith A. Lang Walter C. Little Gulley Justin B. Kendrick, StephenT.
enrolled In Spanish II Honors Shannon B. McChesney McLeod Tammy L. Olive JamesL.
.'." '. English U, Algebra II, Geometry, Deborah E. Nichols Alpesh K. Parado John C. Ripplinger, es
;", intermediate Leadership Development Patel. Danika L. Richardson! JohnT. David E. Silcox Tonya A. Tatum ; : ectibl
(ROTC).Honors Biology I,and Riche John G. Bobbins, Sharea Caryn L. Taylor, Christopher J. r collWho's
Honors American History. M.Sanford,Linda M.Sapp.David A. Whalen.
Theresa J. Juchniewlcs. daughter Smith Kevin W. Snow William K. '
:' of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Juchruewlcx Stephens Stephen P. Turnbloom
of Lawtey. Miss Juchniewic Is Randy O. Underhill, Tushina M. Freshmen... James. M. Autry.
Vanzant.Clarence Wiiiams,John Dawn L. Brown, Jason B.
enrolled in Drawing Painting I. O. Corbine.
Spanish II. Honors English II. Williams, Chuck: E. Wilson.' Laura E.Goodner,Crystal L. Greer On First will be M-F 12-6:30
.." Geometry,personal Fitness,Honors Jonl M. Griffis. Peter C. open ,
Biology 1, and Honors World Juniors... Michelle U Boat- Juchniewicz Anita D. Kury
; wright Josh A. Bula Mary E. Coleman Gregory F. Marshall Dana M. Sat 9-6:30 and Sun 1-5 through ChristmasEve.
r' ErtOz.L.. Pfennig-daughter of Mark J. Crawford, Janice E. Newspme Jonathan M. Smith
Mr.andMn.JerryWuaonolStarke. Davie Shannon L. Elliott Sophia A. Joseph E. Starling, III, Kimberly L.
'l Miss Pfennlger la enrolled In Honors Fanton Courtney, A. Gilliam, Wilson.INOCHARGEORALCANCERSCREEN1NGI. The following special hours are for
American History. Latin I, Honors .
English 11 Algebra II, Geometry' ..".._ Rllifl 1101 "
111i11tRM11 llttl Il mildll PARENTS ONLY: Fri. Nov. 24th 6:00-8:30
Woodwind Band II, and Honors : ,

Biology Heather L M.Safer.daughter of Ms. Sat. Nov. 25 5:00-7:00; Mon. Nov. 26 I
Gtna Safer of Starke. Miss Safer la ,

enrolled History, Psychology In Honors I, .Spanish American II. = I '6:00-8:30, ; and Thurs., Nov. 29, 6:008:30.We .

Driver's Honors English Education-11., and Geometry.Honors As a community service we are 'now i
will he closed Friday Nov. 30 and Sat.
Biology I. i conducting,complimentary oral ,= ,

.' f Brittany Freshmen.J. Bola.. daughter of Mr. i cancer screenings. There is no charge Dec. 1. Remember to register for our

and Mrs. Joe Bula of Starke. Miss i for this service. Call now for an .Christmas
Bula is enrolled in French I,Health I Sharing Give-a-way to be drawn
and Life Management Skills.HonorsEnglish ,
I, Algebra/ n. Beginning I i appointment. on Dec. 20th.
U, Tennis Honors Earth/SpacerScience
and Food ft Nutrition. i Dr. G. i
daughter of Mr. andMrs. Gray Flynn

.1 ;-'1_,.,' Is Honors etha5Lee.Algebra Drama of I.Starke.PwonaT I, Spanish Miss Fitness and Lee I. i 964-7004, ;Dr. Gregory Allen J '150 S. Lawrence" Keystone Heights 4739261November

Honors Earth/Space Science,
World Geography. "' 1I111JII111I-1111II-! /_ _Ilth2 Iltl llll_' .




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Memories in Starke
of Boom-Town Days

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Memories of "Boomtown Starke" Local sewage water, light and
will be revived this weekend when with tho old cone-type Sibley stoves, telephone systems have been over-
thousands of World War II veteran, and it rained and rained... there was so whelmed. There are accidents every
and their families will converge on much cold and flu going around,at least '1. day on the traffic-beaten highway to
Camp Blanding for weekend .90 percent,of_the battery was in the .Jacksonville 48 miles away, but there
ceremonies dedicating the new WWII hOl.lpitaJ.t one time or another." is no hospital or ambulance service in
Museum and Memorial Park.' Starke.Even the town jail is inadequatewith
Then came the Boom Town period
the six seven drunks to a cell
r During those prewar yean, starting when camp construction was finished or
with the construction of which has often been the quota on
au1 'ater' Camp Blending and infantry divisions began moving in. neither
In the llNO's Starke Saturday night. There are
gained national / During construction thousands of
fame as "Boomtown iTs.A." and was workers poured In dally from the area enough doctors nor enough cope.
featured in newspapers and magazinesall some commuting from as far away as Starke Got Rich QuickOne
over the country, including the New Deals. The scrub oak sandhills were of the most colorful descriptions
York Herald Tribune, The Saturday dotted with tents occupied by workers of Starke was written by Ward
Evening Post Time Magazine and now who could not find housing in Starke Morehouse noted columnist of the New
defunct Colliers.In and vicinity and a Boom Town of beer York Sun.Under the dateline of Starke,
the ensuing years since that time Joints+, amusement halls and ham Fla., Feb. 18 1942 be wrote: "This is a
Camp Blanding has been a popular burger stands grew up around the Blan place once just a strawberry center
stopping-off point for World War II ding entrance on ,the north side of that got rich all of a sudden and got
veterans who trained at Blanding and Kingsley Lake. itself neoned and streamlined."It :

want to show off their old training is an overnight gold-rush town as
ground to friends and family. i' a result of a national emergency and Is
In a newspaper magazine article Boom-Town as fantastic a spot as America now
published in 1970 Col. Harry M. Hat- presents. Newly rich and over-rich,it is
cher, now retired said "Hartuy a week U.S.A. smug somewhat arrogant and
goes by that I don't get a phone call strangely inhospitable.
from someone who trained here and "Welcome, Buddy!" shout the civic
wants to show his family around toe and store front streamers, but behind
It this that the
was during period
place. Now,with the
new museum and
these greetings there is the thought
other attractions, it Is expected that the stagnant town Starke,still stunted by and
"How much have you got, Buddy
the of the 1930's
depression grew
number of visits to Blanding by theCamp's "
how will it?
quick spend
almost into boomtown you
The First "alumni"will increase rapidly. overnight a
ThanksgivingThe swamped by servicemen some of them "My first impression is that Starke is
Gloomy picture. followed by their families who filled gaudy and gauche. In lls& present incar-
When Col. Hatcher was interviewed every spare room available in the area. nation it is a town created and spoiledby
first in 1970, Blanding presented a sad picture A 1941 Issue of Time Magazinesaid defense dollars. With its overlighted
Thanksgiving observance by compared with its present thriv- facades, its Interiors its
throwing !
to last Thursday in November 1939. :"In Florida, 000 men are
English settlers in America ing condition. It LLwait
was was undergoing a at Camp Blanding (for fluorescent tubing, its while-
celebrated 369 years ago when the Americans were so used to the last period of governmental neglect after 75,000 up soldiers a tent-city) on a flat stretch of white photo studios, its hell-red neon, its,
Pilgrams of the Plymouth Colony Thursday in November by that time, that being on a standby sand 48 miles from Jacksonville. Some cheap jewelry displays, and its glitzy
for the FDR caused yean after the war. The magazine article workmen into Starke (nor- movie places, Starke has gone from a
gathered a three-day get-together to change by a political painted this 3,500 poured
gloomy picture: "Once population of 1,500 to a population of
give thanks for the blessings of the past uproar Roosevelt had made the change teeming with thousands of troops Blan- mal population 1,480) and rents Jumped nobody knows what!

year, although it had taken a toll of 46 of because the last Thursday would have ding is now occupied by only 15 her from boss$19420$5 to a$50460.week A to waitress sleep Inaa
the 103 Mayflower passengers from illness fallen on November 30 allowing]] mer- employees who live on the post and restaurant kitchen. Land around the The Dream Will End

] or starvation.But chants only three weeks to sell) their who maintain the great ghost city. Veterans camp which once sold for $15 an acre "It has all the reality (and unreality)
come calling the old camp now of movie set, all ready for on
Christmas merchandise. They were still began selling for$15 per front foot. a shooting
enter a skeleton. Rows of crumbling
those who had survived were beginning suffering from loss of business due to the foundations, like small gray tomb- Magazine CommentsIn Stage the dream 5. Some will day end the, and clock Starke will will strike go,

to tame the wild land. Crops were Great Depression! and urged Rooseveltto stones, mark the former site of bar McCall's magazine, an article on back to its strawberries: and, if lucky,
planted, carefully cultivated, and sue- move the holiday to November 23 in racks. Black-topped streets, studded "Boom Town U.S.A." said: "Down become the quiet town it used to

cessfuly harvested. To celebrate their order to have a longer shopping season. the with reservation potholes, lead nowhere.lonesome All brick over close to the mathematical Caribbean Starke problems,Fla. embodies of- again

victory over the harsh conditions they chimneys poke up amid the weed humans and defense. Normal population "Southern hospitality? Quick, Watson -
had suffered, the Pilgrims, wished to Some States refused to go along with monuments to the past. Only rusty rails of the town is 1,500, construction the station wagon! Carry me backto
share their hospitality and their harvest the President's change from the traditional mark the vast area where once, almost workers add another 18,000, and the ar- old Virginny.remains My first last. impression From of
with their friendly Indian neighbors- last Thursday in November, and three decades ago troop trains rolled In my Is coming soon with 60,000 more. Starke, strawberry-producing my hamlet a pleasant of
and out. The firing are now The writer said "I think Starke must
thus was born our traditional Thanksgiving the polls in every State showed silent, occupied only by deer, rattlesnakes have been a very pleasant village not 1,500 to a teeming, bulging, false-
Day. Roosevelt's action to be very unpopular. raccoons and turtles." very long ago. It has some leading fronted dollar-grabbing frenzied over-neoned I don't, fluorescent know-
Construction Days. characters In its company of older ,
Since then, Thanksgiving has become a In response to the public demand Con- The writer of this residents who might have been figures wahtl!
national holiday thanks largely] to the efforts rose to the occasion fearing trasted gloomy article con- In a mildly amusing play about the "So long as the Army camp stands so
gress a dilapidated of
picture Blan-
colder of Florida theyoung it Is and its soldiers
sleepier, part : long as populated
of our first President, George political reprisals, and in 1941 saved ding in 1970 with the "wild" look it was unexpectedly and their wives come to town, Starke'sgold
Washington, who proclaimed the first na- tradition and the presidency., by reachinga presented in 1940 when the men of the elected to the bowom, the leisurely editor rush will continue, its dream will

tional Thanksgiving Day on Thursday, compromise setting the fourth Thurs- hastily from St.mobilized 116th Field Artillery of the clever local paper making more go on.And certainly no one can say that
Nov. 28, 1789, disregarding his congres- day in November as the national date for for World Petersburg War II.rolled"It in was, preparIng ver money but having less fun, and the the end of this dream is near."

sional critics who argued that such an Thanksgiving. Most of the time, that is desolate; bulldozers were working fl hearty, good-looking Evelyn Stephens
observance because it month but in this hours secretary of the Chamber of Com The Boom Town days ended, of
was inappropriate the last Thursday in the day tearing out scrub oak and She organized the
merce. probably only Herald
tradition. Due to this pine trees prior to construction". course, and the Miami
followed European year of 1990. November has five ,Chamber of Commerce in the world, wondered what Starke was going to do
Seemed like it rained the first six
opposition, observance of the day was Thursdays making Thanksgiving come mon- all its silk in stores
ths we were there,and we spent lot of certainly in Florida, that tells touriststo with pillow tops
somewhat spasmodic until another on November 23, giving merchants a time hauling in sawdust for the muddy stay away-there's no more room. catering to the GI trade. If any are still
strong .xecutive in Jhe .person of week longer j$0,accommodate Christmas company streets and building But she has placed 3,500 people in around, they might make best-sellers
Abraham Lincoln] and the strong support: shoppers t duckboards. We slept br squad tents, Rouse homes, and today almost every now in the new Camp Blanding
'" -.. ', 4 iu in Starke is boarding house. Museum.
editor' of a popularwomen's i ; 1JI69UJ U: i i,51
of garah/Qa-le.; ; ., ._ .., ._,., ., .. .?* .If ,, ... ... .. .,_
magazine of that time. '" The religious freedoms ought by the .. .. ,,, 1 1." ." ,.",'"i 4riH. .. ...* p.', -. *, .. .p'. rand .e." ,i .fc. ,.&"" &f i4
Pilgrims in their new land arc now a
The result was a national Thanksgivingon reality. But the problems they faced are Letters...

November 26, 1863. Since then, every still with us and a lot more, due to our

President except three have followed Lin- burgeoning society-poverty, disease, the Where Was She ?
coln's lead, but making their own selec- threat of wars, violence, ignorance, and a '

tion as to the date for the observance. A rising crime rate. She Was Home RememberingDear
historian at the American University ,
But Thanksgiving is no less significantnow
tells us that Andrew Johnson chose the Editor:
than it 369 It is still
was ago. a
first Thursday in December 1865, just time to pause,years and give thanks for I am writing in response to your Editorial on that their families will never experiencewhat

after the Civil war; Ulysses Grant pickedthe food of the past, and to pray for November 15, 1990 "Where were you?". This she has been through.

third Thursday in November 1869; strength to meet the challenges that lie letter Is on behalf of my 92 year old mother, Unfortunately as you can see from the

and Franklin D. Roosevelt chose the next ahead., Hester Hicks Lawtey, Florida who lost two enclosed article, Bradford County did lose a

(2) sons: FRANCIS M. HANBY, a United young man In Korea. My brother, JOHN

States Marine, who was killed on Saipan during DANIEL HICKS), was killed on August 17, 1950

'- Are Outside Jail Experts World War II, and JOHN DANIEL HICKS, at the Naktong River. His home was at ,

I a United States Marine killed In Korea at the Lawtey, Bradford County Florida at the time '
his death.I 'I
Naktong River Section. of

Really Necessary? My mother was unable to attend the Veteran think what Bradford County has done In

: Ceremony this year, but that does not mean dedicating a Memorial Park Is wonderful, and

[tl Bradford County brought in jail experts '(Formerly Florida State Prison) has 37 she did not remember nor care. She not only God willing my mother, HESTER HICKS, and

from Nebraska and Colorado years experience, the last 12 years as remembers and observes Veteran's Day, but her family will attend next year, but In the

ting the National Institute of Corrections superintendent of the Reception and she remembers and still grieves everyday for meantime we will not forget the men'who are

(NIC), a Federal agency that assists Medical] Center in Lake Butler. her two sons who gave their lives for our Coun- not serving our Country nor will be forget

political subdivisions with jail and penal try and those still serving our Country. My those who have given their lives so that we I
risk of out
leaving experienced mother and may have freedom. I
r novations and construction.NIC diligently faithfully watches the
prison administrators, some Bradford news everyday and for the thousands Respectfully,
footed the cost of the two day con- County residents that can provide exceptional prays Helen Hicks Shuford I
stationed In Saudi Arabia
on behalf of our
f :rence, without cost to Bradford County. ] expertise to any jail discussion, are Lawtey, Florida
Country. She their
prays for safe return home
Bringing in outside consultants to Jimmy Crosby, James Wainwright, Jim- i

discuss funding, planning and building a my Reddish, Jim Godwin and Brad

I hew jail is prudent, but only as long as it Carter, all superintendents or former
Coach Coach David Hurse has recently
oesn't cost the Bradford superintendents. The list doesn't includea Deserves
c County tax-
Recognition for head-coached his 300th game at Brad Coincidentally...
I yer any money. number of other correctional ford County High School. Coach Hurse
employees or former employees that are His Fine RecordI is rapidly approaching the 200 win The DuPont Company has been working -
Bradford County is wealthy in untap- experts in their mark which is a remarkable accomplishment on the permit to Increase production
I ed talent, experienced in every phase of would like to bring the attention of in itself. After 29 for quite a while. In fact Koogler
I enology, including lay-out to minimize While planning for a new jail is in its in- the people milestone of Bradford of County to a personal ,ass a head coach and 35 years of total Koogler (Environmental Services)
Custodial personnel, staffing, budgeting itial stages, county commisisoners educators. one our long time coaching at BHS, let us think of the responded on behalf of DuPont to
this man has inspired. I was Florida DER Bureau of Air Regulation
should this valuable before -
tap resource
and operating jails work release centers
fortunate "
to have played under on May 29, 1990 and Aug. 6, 1990.
medium and maximum security irreparable damage in design has been (1969-1972) and coached under However, it took FDER until Oct. 26,
facilities and major institutions with two done by people who aren't familar with The Telegraph's (1982-1083) Coach Hurse,and I know the 1990 to notify DuPont of "Intent to
8 thousand or more inmates. the intricate needs of penal construction.It positive Influence he has given many Issue" this permit.

| County commissioners have not utiliz- has been said, "An expert is anyone Letter Policy athletes through the years. Dupont advertised the notice on Nova

d this rich source of manpower, fifty miles from home with a briefcase." ;Luun lotus Editor ihould In typed(or We as citizens of Bradford County 8 their 1 1990.1 environmentalist began calling Mark on Nov.Brimhall 14, but,

vailable at no cost, to serve on jail plan- Prison administrators have seen too plainly writs-),doubte-cpum!bttrnwUWM. need to give thanks to this man for all he never returnedmycalls.Today (Nov.
sing committees or in an advisory many experts brought in from out of ,and united la not man than two the hard work and dedication he has 20) they are closed for a three-week
pos" given our community. shutdown. Now we're confronted with
apacity. state to bomb out later.
only An bum non U signedsd" feclud: iht Thanksgiving holidays and the end of
The two mc consultants have a com- It's a bit ironic, but any of the men wriIei,.tdnaa and phone awmbea As a father of an eight-year-old son, I the response time.Unfortunately _

ined total of 37 years in various penal named could command a substantial fee Unsigned leans. ..iH not b.primed,but hope under be will Coach have Hurse.the opportunity. He is one of to we can't talk to Du-

ositions. Jim Brown Godwin, born on the from the county if he only lived a thou- eases will ta wi&hbeld..agora faxcaptloul the play hardest working individuals I have Pont about the 94.4 tons of participate

rounds of Union Correctional Institution sand miles away.milijji. es.ss.Au ever encountered. He has given the people matter or the 274.7 tons per year of
bum should-aoMfaf .... sulfur
many of Bradford County many enjoyable dioxide or the 33.7 tons per year
et-t.n.nta.onwmi.a icy pawn mint to moments and has now produced of nitric oxide they propose to dump In- '
factual and pronhl fa acdv lo pnttd thewriMr another great Tornado season. to our air and water.
lad dw nmfmftt Cram ponlbtoUwiotu.
Co Hurse's We can't talk to them about the fact
I feel Coach accomplishments
LMMHI of of that they don't want to use the Best
pRl44 aappoItIII'PCJII myEJitu have been
j o.odldw mast b........-t-r-tf1- through the years. Knowing Coach Available Control Technology (BACT)
which would be a big house that would
4p p4 of puWe oonnm,ad oat OB pnowlfrindiblpornUUouhlp. Hurse as the modest person that he II. reduce pollutants by more than 99 per'Cent.
ttrr hciiii'd: not want a fuss made. But I .
asst.. LHIOT 01.thanks M.....w.w.or ttoafhaaU feel and Jive credit where credit is due.I '-
OC o BOB a nxousoN JOHN K.MILLZX, to tuOti directly to..........or would Jilts to encourage everyone In Dupont employs people from this
........ ..........W .tIIeUcL lit a-.lleuy the community to Rive him a pat on theb.cft area but are they really "good
am wy Buy to pafaliilMd.tet should* neighbors'? Are they concerned about
Publlthed each Thursday and entered on Second Cass Matter at faduU laa ling feSvUiul MM.AU wherever ui Yiiiin,and thanK doing what's best for our air, water
the Post omc at starke.flortda.under Act of March 3.1879. hOM ab aId addiMwd M....... him for hi* continued dedication love anrt health? ..... .. '
and hard work for the boys of Bradford -
Phone 9o4-o305 to..Mtar>..o.Dmraw,Stark: ,
P.O.Drower A; Stortc.Florida dieiecad. .h 1tade Arw: t 1..coper WOO nrnanlhl PIaeW.32e9L County. Sandra O'Briant Johnson.
Teod.IN.ot.17.00 pery.ar:19.ao...taattlri Sincerely,Keith Tetstone StarkePale.A


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--- BUS Class of Me......1&1....year clans remnlon
at the Bradford Fair RecreatlollIlllUdI...October ink I
13tb. Attendee are pictured a"" ., freM Ml to
F II right FRONT ROW James W. J....., J.C. ..."....
I ) '. i NY Hugh B. Ingram. Jr., Lam.,," Dyal Davis. J. Ella
,Barry Hardy.Alene Austin Edwards Techeri: : Mrs. .
Blanche Alderman Vandlvlere Ottev and Mr*. Evelyn r
Stump Griffin. SECOND ROW Clara Mac Harley
: : Blocker. Iva Mae Lewis Joanlta MeG.".,. Hardy.
Dorothy Crosby Conner.Doris JHrteMand:Zeagter..
Estelle Mott TIlKhman. Odessa Kelly Vickers and
Ellubeth Plummber Brook THIRD ROW EMe
: Hardy Marian Dowling Long Marie Cresby ......
Irene, Markham Parsons, Virile Gaishlnt CeMtog.
Margaret Pearce Smyth. Helen Norman Bapet.CtoMMEdmondM
>n Reagan Teacher Lester :.........
FOURTH ROW Leland SponhoHs. Edward J....._..
Nelson Moore. L.C. Smith Jr.. Keanetk. Turner
Carlton(Chastain Dempsey Sapp.Arch J. ........Jr..
fRS and Emmett K. Ferryman. Jr. Not pictured. but present -
was Owen McRae.

I Class of 1940 Gather to CelebrateIn r Starke Recreation Dept. EventsM.r' I


April. 1940 the World was on the Brink of WWII,but for the 63 members An enjoyable buffet dinner was catered by The White Apron Catering from Anyone interested In participating mory. Clinics will be held Dec. 3,.. q
of the Bradford County High School Graduating Class, there were more important Gainesville and delicious steaks grilled By classmate Dempsey Sapp as In the Winter Co-ed volleyball and 6th forages M at 4 p.m.and forages
things at hand..Graduation Day, the end of a Journey that began 12 head chef with help from several classmates. league, please contact the Recrea IH2aU p.m.In the old armory. s it;
years earlier,and marking the end of one era,and the beginning of another. After the dinner hour.Arch Thomas read our 1940 Class Prophecy,followed tion Dept. 964-6792. Deadline for a Games will begin the secondn y.,
The Class of 63 graduates, would scatter in the four winds, but 50 years by each classmate present revealing briefly what had happened to themin team to enter is Monday, Dec. 17. December. No game will be held IIi
later Reunday'! October 12th and|Saturday October 13th,they would return the last fifty years. League will start January 14. In- during the holidays but will resume
for a dividual fee will come through Com- In January. It,
The entry of the United States in war disrupted plans for many, with the Those who came the farthest North was Ma rice Crosby Banks from Ship- munity Education at the Vo-Tech. Evening exercise classes are held
yound men averaging 20 years old,entering Military Service and seeing action pensburg.Pa.The farthest East was Hugh B.Ingram,Jr.from Tallahassee Games are played on Monday even- at the Old Armory Recreation Dept:
around the World, while the women worked at Camp Blanding or did the farthest West was Irene Markham Parsons from Ormond Beach,Fl,andthe ings.Registration 5:306pm.. Step Calm; 7-7 p.m.
other War Time activities. farthest South were L.C. Smith, Jr. from Okeechobee, Fl and Arch for the Recreation Aerobic It Exercise Class,Mondays '.1)
Plans for careers were renewed following the War with some going to College Thomas,Jr.from Ft.Lauderdale.Fourteen of the classmates still live in the Basketball program; will be held Tuesdays&Thursdays.Fee for both '0
while others entered directly into their chosen fields. Starke area. through Dec.6. The program will be classes is $15 per month. 1 hr. class
Friday was Hospitality Night. The reserved room was beautifully To honor our deceased classmates a plaque made by Mrs. Ruth (W.T.) conducted upstairs. in the Old Ar- $10 per month.
decorated In"The 1940 Class Gold&Purple.The party tables were Jackson,of purple velvet and yellow rosed framed their picture.Placed near ,/
covered with yellow cloths COIors"t e runners on each table. Yellow roses the plaque an arrangement of red rosed, babys
tied with miniature purple and gold satin ribbon entwined with ivy down the breath and greenery in a sterling silver rose vase was presented In their THIS
purple runner. On the reception table,yellow roses accented the lighted run memory by classmate! Mrs. Estelle Mott Tilghman of Gainesville. r7/1_ _ _
ning water fountain, and displayed a variety of hors d'oeuvres and finger This dellghful affair was termed very successful bymore than 75 at PROMOTION Le/W Ccet .:
foods.A crystal punch bowl encircled with yellow rose buds and leather-leaf tendees.The spacious party room was decorated by Ruth Jackson,Joe Ella : at
fern offered strawberry fluff punch to the guests. Many old friendships were Barry Hardy, Alene Austin Edwards, Cleone Edmondson Reagan, Marian ONLY
renewed with animated conversations. Dowling Long Juanita McGauley Hardy, Mrs Dempsey Sapp, Mrs. Nelson PORTRAITS BACK IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS
Saturday night was the big reunion nights. Moore, Mr. Edon Hardy, Mr. Nelson Moore and Mrs. Charles Hardy
The banquet tables were beautifully decorated In the class colors and with -
yellow rose buds entwined with ivy, Dickering Harvest Lights were spaced Conf. on Educating SAVE ;J
throughout the banquet tables: The head table was centered with an ar- Cox Appliance
rangement of football yellow chrysanthemums, yellow fuji mums, purple Minority Children &
status, and greenery which was gift from Helen Dowling Lee from Wilton, $4.00
CT who was unable to attend. Air ;
The Minority Affairs Committeeof Conditioning
At the head table were the honored guest, "our teachers in 1940" Mrs. the Bradford County Education
Evelyn(Stump)Griffin Mrs.Blanche Alderman (Vandiviere)Otto and Mr.j' Association will present a mini- Service Regularly New Only ,
Lester Sponholtz. Also, at the head table were Vice Pres. Arch Thomas, Jr. conference on Educating Minority SSI
and Marian Dowling Long Treasurer of the Class of 1940.
Children, at the RJE Complex on
j' --L.-- ....._.. .,,., '.. w,4t ... 'If '''NIIII:11101 Pine Street, starting at 9 a.m.until I 19:9S $55
rmn H9nnn e'4fV'" :
fMu-wol 9 iuctl3.i.Diuoi a4 1Riuu 'broonaturd .,December Uwr .
S"rlo'' '" "J -.1.0
keynote speaker will be Dr. I.
Prevention LuncliconHeld '
Simon Johnson,Director of Minority k. ; '. Pactog/1C/t/tf6i. 'ypaai"
I i" at Woman's Club Recruitment at the University of I I 0)8x70) ,'(2J5x7V 5fOMMfofs ;
Florida. Dr.
Johnson and his wife a 9 MW-Jtortmft*
r f
Verna will also conduct a workshop I.
t on "Motivating the Minority Stu- n
Public Affairs Chairman, Mar. devotional on Thanksgiving.President dent",in which strategies and learning r Plus a FREE Traditional w 1&AdwtlMd 'J
jorie Thomson,presented e Hazel Hardy presided over the
programon styles will be explored.
VMM- IXMM ort Um on iptcM p Mo
"Accident Prevention' at the meeting. The tables were decoratedin Liservice points can be earned by b J<)roun '= nc l. !ilCII ft ll rtp.cMg
Nov. 14 Woman's Club luncheon yellow and white linen with matching attending this workshop. .' *.OM Mtooma tanllM and grauo tZOO p.addrhotofrapbwHimmltaUylOOOimIWpm ___ '.
meeting. The Speaker, Cliff Chapman centerpieces. Elaine Lee will also present a Joe Cox. friendly repairman.'" Call .No 23-Os..3 I ;ii)
Director of Emergency Following the lunch Blanch Otto, workshop for parents, aimed at your Pd.A. S*.1030: .-lOOpiSiwky .::1
Medical Services of Bradford Coun- assisted by Mona Canova led in the him today for any appliance repair. 12.00 aaaffcOO pa-CLOSEDWEDNBSTMYLx '
them to understand
ty spoke on the importance of safety singing of "My Bonnie Lies Over their aiding children.In and help Service & Repair on: c dDeoJ'oa-UOI N.11tn.p4 _-_ uw a b- doDo>...........H MOM .J)
and the prevention of accidents.Mr. The Ocean". Hostesses serving with
Chapman stated that the Stateof Mrs.Thomson were Mildred Bellize, laborative an effort relationship to develop between a col-administrators All Major AppliancesAir SPONSORED BY: AORA
Florida will spend $17 million a Desta Dyal, Elva Lee Edwards, teachers students- Conditioning Refrigeration :,
year taking care of the states In- Margaret Jackson. Jo Ella Hardy, Electrical "
jured. Injuries brought about by Ted Johns Thelma Lewis, Lydia parents policy-makers Education and com- 9647462I 0>
munity, an Forum
carelessness, such as fall, drown- Miller, Vernie Odomr Mary Sue
ings, fire, fire arms, or automobile Rahn and Carleen Williams. representing these six areas will ad- I Lto ff BA 0046994. ER OOO757S I
dress minority
accidents. Florida had 12,000 deaths concerns. I
by drowning last year.He said every --
home should have at least one smoke Need An Electrician? TFN
detector. Every family should have
an escape plan and a designated call DAN WAINWRIGHT
place to meet after.There should be
more than one escape exit in every 782.1077 36 Yn.Experience All TVpe*Electrical Work, NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
home.He stressed the importance of Single 63 Pha Keuon ly Priced Work

wearing seat belts and what happens i
inside an automobile traveling 55
mph in a head-on collision.He spokeon i
how to assist people suffering t
from "Sudden Death" and heart at- The j
tacks. In closing, Mr. Chapman an- Disney
nounced January 5 as Amnesty
4 f. Day" for hazardous materials Channel's' .
(aerosol cans, motor oil, paint cans,
etc.).. You may deposit these

parking materials.lot in at a the trailer Court in House the large on FREE + THE TOWN OF BROOKER will hold a special :

! 'r before Myldred lunch.CUttino Javne gave Trawick the devotion nave a Previewa Holiday :' election for the following Proposed Charter ':

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W Amendment on Tuesday, November 27,1990:

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AmericA Family Network.November 5ranII1G IIIdI McIra'IIS, '

."' :: WONDERS WORKING ,! 25 >'''''1' "'.,':' ,_ To do away with. the Office of MayorDecember

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,I' Cleaning.Service.. Inc. j To keep the Office of Mayor

:.' ''I. {: 964.9322 : ,____

I.I General II .1 Cleaning J mI L j11' rU

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"".f.t,I.:, :rj J Residential Office. Commercial !! L i .. i Polls will be open from,7:00: a.m. until 7:00: p.m. .


1.';,.j[t: Licensed- Bonded !: Monday NowmtMr- 26 *2ulSiS3 Lr 1INt'stacst* f aat Town Hall Brooker, Florida.
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1TELEGRAPJI November 22;1990 I I
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Weddings. ,

ociaC Events FosterBarnesTo Pick up the phone and call We can deliver it. And because

S Wed. Dec. 15 your phone company. we're your phone company
Mr&Mrs.Dan Footer of Marietta,
d a. announce the approaching mar Because big business or Centel backs up your system :
riage of their daughter, Carle Lynn

of Foster Mr. to&Thomas Mrs. Tommy Alex Earner Barnes, ion of small, Centel can design a with a host of highly skilled

Lawtey, Florida. state-of-the-art install maintain
Births The ceremony Is planned for communipeople'who ,

'. . 1. . . Presbyterian December 15 at Church'30 p.m.of at the Starke.First cations system to fit your and upgrade your system to fit

...Klmberly A. Barrett Reception will follow at the Starke i
Rusty S Robbin Barrett of Starke KOA. specific needs. your changing needs. What'sMaybe '
...Dustln D WoodardMr. The bride-elect Is a 1987 graduate
announce the birth of a daughter, ,
Kimberly Ann Barrett,on Nov. 14 in & Mrs. David S. Woodard of oil Bradford High School, a recent you need a whole more, we offer you a variety I
Gainesville. Kimberly was 7 ob.9 oz. Starke announce the birth of a son, graduate of Santa Fe Community
and was 21 inches long. ,Dustin David Woodard. Dustin was College Shands and currently Is employedby new system. Maybe you of renting, leasing and buying ,'. i
In Gainesville.
Kimberly joins her 2a sister born on Nov. 10 at North Florida Hospital
Kasey Renee Barrett. Regional Women's Center in The groom-to-be is a 1985 graduateof need a few new features for options, aS well as the conveni-
Bradford School
She also Maternal High a graduateof .
Joins grandparents Gainesville Dustin weighed 7 Ibs. 8
Wadsworth,,. Jerry of Starke and and Margaret Great- oz. and was 20 inches long. Is Santa completing Fe Community his degree College at,and the your system like automatic ence of a single bill 1

grandparents Gordon Wadsworth of Mrs.Maternal Winslow grandparents R. Johnson of Starke.Mr. & University of North Florida.Tommy call routing call pickup So if want state-of-the- j
Hampton, Madge Sullivan of Waldo, is employed by Andy C&T of Starke. you
Paternal Mr. &
grandparents are
All friends and relatives are In-
and Gainesville.Marjorie a Douglas of Paternal Mrs. David Great-grandmother E. Woodard of Starke.is Ms. vited to attend.Parties.. speed calling, call forwarding, art technology combined with

and Paternal Dale Barrett grandparents of Gainesville are Don and Martha Kellogg of Live Oak. Pater- messaging or conferencing. expert service, take matters
nal Great-grandfather Is Mr. Ben-
Freeland Great-grandparents Brown of Albany are Sadie, Ga. jamin Kellogg of Mt. Crawford,,Va.New . Or maybe you into your own

Frazier of Albany, Ga, and Guy & Tammie Woodard ,. '
Edith Haygood Albany, Ga. Honored at want just one HO\Vl "1 0 hands. Call ,

Baby ShowerA extra phone. 'N JL Centel today.

baby shower was hosted for
l1 /fC4 Tammie Woodard on Sept. 28 by
LCPL. Burrus Brenda Holsey and Lee Anne at Ms.
PromotedLCPL. Dampier's home. INSTALL AN ENTIRE
The party room was decoratedwith
Shane Burros, of the U.S. dolls and stuffed animals.Tam-
Marine Corp., was promoted to the flMjJt1 mie received many nice baby
rank of Lance Corporal on Nov. 1, necessities and was honored with a
1990. LCPL. Burrus entered the rocking chair as a special gift. COMMUNICATIONSSYSTEM.
Marine Corp. in September of '89 Tammie and her guests retired to
after he graduated from Bradford Bethel Baptist the dining room for refreshments.
High School in June, 1989. LCPL. Anniversary
Burrus is currently stationed in Shower Given for
Guam,Mariana Islands.LCPL.Bur New Bethel Baptist Church will be
rus is the son of Tim & Connie Han- celebrating its 75th Anniversary on Lynn P. Godwin >
non of Starke. Sunday,Nov.25 at 11:00: a.m.Dinner Pierce Godwin of
will be served on the grounds. .
Gainesville, was honored at a baby "
shower Nov. 4, given by her former
LegalsNOTICE Starke-Green Acres neighborhood; .<
Mrs. Robert Autry, Mrs. Joseph V : '
OF PROPOSED Gissy, Mrs. Kenneth Grider, Mrs. '." :
LAWTEY.FLORIDA ; AND PROVIDING FOR Frank Mitchell, at the home of the ., ", '
December 3, 1990 at 730.. the City Sold proposed ordinances may be Inspected After greeting friends and former WHERE PEOPLE CONNECT .t'-J','
Council of the City of Lowtey Florida. In by the public at the Lawtey City neighbors, the honoree was I,k,, CALL US AT 964-9066 'I
r.gular session to be h.ld at the Lawtey Hall Lawtey Florida during the hours "
City Hall lawtey Florida will consider of 9:00: a.m.to 12:00: noon and 1:00 p.m. presented with many lovely and .' : '
the following ordinance on second to 5:30: p.m. on Mondays, Tuesday, useful infant gifts, among them, a :
reading and proposed passage th.reof: Wednesdays and Fridays,and during the car seat from the hostesses. :' ,',
ORDINANCE NO.90-05 hours of 9;00 a.m. to 12:00 noon on From the table centered with a .
ORDINANCE RELATING TO LITTER AND Thursdays.All mouse and kitten on a rug,crochetedin rllD '" ;"
JUNK ON PUBLIC AND PRIVATE PROPER. Interested parties may appear at nursery colors by Mrs. Edward ', !i .' '
TY: PROVIDING FOR APPLICABILITY the meeting and b. heard with respect Kimutis, Sr. refreshments were en- : ,, : '
WITHIN THE INCORPORATED AREA OF to the proposed ordinances. joyed by all. Mrs. George Pierce, ;j -
THE CITY; PROVIDING FOR DEFINITIONS Earl Barber,ClerkU22ttchgNo76 mother of the honoree, was among \ 1'.J' .
OR JUNK; PROHIBITING CERTAIN 5 imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmii 111111i111111111l- ,,'f"
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SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR LIBERAL S: .... .. THANKS -- ".'.." I': > "M'nt,r/'f'
CONSTRUCTION EFFECTIVE DATE.: PROVIDING FOR AN'-B: ot' yl nuoQB:: ., c :: Ot.iWMfI' ,";) OttaAr.Fl' "mod n ..>.J ".l1M.lo; ; ,>\",.,::,/>.' Io'
ORDINANCE NO.90-05 5..0 uilili' ,.,.e, >"it-mo bftt...,..mi HA" lO -\I"I'IDU.1\ jV'SJVlATTHEW (UIFUJ'1 YTNiJOJfY ., AIIII frf': .a.y a( .' I ( f>."oii< "ebI,.
AN On.n?wW. .AMENOINfe/ ORDINANCE L-0 ,G: .;lofJJ: 4'r ,,741' VJl.A 'Ii aeotc' n"ol ,.y etwDJ ,81t'8 .,
15:36" p i
61, DECLARING TO BE THE g I ff; onf u<.f pnlob ,i inwo
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COLOR.STATUS HANDICAP RELIGION. SEX OR NATIONAL FAMILIAL =S Fellowship// / those who need a friend or just have need. | + x4

ORIGIN; PROVIDING DEFINITIONS; S_ A Full Dinner will be provided like Jesus fed the multitude = ",
SPECIFYING UNLAWFUL ACTS OF = DATE: Saturday, Nov.: 24, 1990 NO 1' '
OF THIS ORDINANCE; PLACE: Starke Elementary School :: r
.ITIATING PROVIDING FOR PROCEDURES FOR INS PHONE: (For Information) Life & Praise Ministries 5: r lino; -
5 ; J J1
964-4496 5niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii : : i .
PROVIDING FOR OTHER REMEDIES;PROVIDING 3 iiiiniiiiiiiiiir= I. //1, fh,
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H "urkology Contest.I t ,.::,i") ;tV .
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.1"' # ryT' /&i .1.,,.... .;

and the winner Is .
Name: j
Beverly Crews of Starke turned In her

turkey winning entry on 11/15/90 at phone
9:20: am while Lillian Hammond was a
close second close: enough to bag a
turkey!A lot of you folks turned In a & AACEEE jk;
correct entry this year. We're going to ILLPRTTT ra t
have to think of something harden' f
Teal Tile & Carpet


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Farmer's Durrance Pump Pep-O Gas And Mitchell's Drug ,
Furniturdl And Well Drllll Food S tore Store 4'rte

Jones Funeral Home& Community Bank Terwlllegar Motors Bradford County
Convalescent Services of Starke Telegraph Inc.

Auto Parts Bryan's Ace Corbett's Tire and Williams. Jewelry r r
Hardware Service

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Home EntertaInment George Robef1a IneurMCe tl l.
Starke a fW Ealll" Sawyer Gas and "'I,; :
Concepts Appliances of Starke ..:

Jackson BII Supply, Mosley Tire Outlaw The Office Shop .
Inc.01(SI rM. Florida Company Realty .. .. v

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AND UNITS TO Bl ASSESSED: I ty florida,wherein the above captioned follow: CASE NO:9O-87-CA

ESTABUSHING SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS Plaintiff and the above named Defendant Commence at the Southwest corner of FLORIDA INVESTORS MORTGAGE CORPORATION -
11 I r f
Legal Notices RATES: PROVIDING FOR LIEN AND ENFORCEMENT were parties thereto I will see to aid Northwest quarter of Northeast, Plaintiff
OP SPECIAL ASSESSMENT: the highest bidder for cash at the east quarter for point of beginning and run. ,

ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATi: lobby at the Bradford County Courthouse thence North 0 degree. 9 minute West v.EDWARD PEACOCK and JAMIE
-- -- -- NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN that on the Starke Florida at 11:00 a.m. on along the Westerly boundary thereof a
NOTICE Or INTENTION Dated thjJ I..thday of November,1990. 3rd day of December 1990, of 10:15 a.m. the 20th, day of December 190 the distance of 886.5 feet to an Iron stoke; his PEACOCK wife; and RUBY TRUU.
TO REGISTER In Bradford County if/ the Bradford County Board of County following described real estate proper- run thence North 88 degrees 53 minute Defendant
l 4tpd 12113No71. .
FICTITIOUS NAME Commissioner In regular session to beheld ys East and parallel to the Southerly boundary NOTICE OF SALE
Pursuant to Section 86S.09 Florida at the Board Meeting Room at the Lot I.e. Block 2, UNIT 3, SARATOGA of said NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 a distanceof NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant
Statute, notice It hereby given that thlinslerslanecl. Bradford County Courthouse, Ita...., HEIGHTS a* recorded In Plat look 3, 640 feet ta an Iron stake; run thence to a Summary Final Judgment of
Donna Water P.O. Box IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Florida will hold a public hearing on the Page 3,ol the Public Record of Bradford South sore degree, 9 minutes East and Foreclosure entered In this Action on
202 Graham H.32042.and Mary Harper. 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND proposed enactment for adopting Ordinance County, Florida all lying In Section 29. parallel to aforesaid Westerly boundary October 33. 1990. I RAY NORMAN as /
I '.0.10. 245, Graham, FL 33042 |olnt FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 908. Township 6 South Range 22 Eaat. a distance of one hundred fifty-two and Clerk of this Court, will sell certain property -
owner, doing business under the firm GENERAL. JURISDICTION DIVISION The substance of the proposed art DATED,November 9th. 1990. forty-five hundredth ((153.45)) feet to an situate, lying and being. In Brad,
some ol Quick Cash Fawn and Gun CASE NO.90-381-CA dlnance I I.to establish funding by special: RAVNORMAN.CLERKOF Iron take; run thence North 88 degree. ford County, Florida to-wlt:
Shop 1462 S.Walnut St. Sto...., FL 32091 FIDELITY BOND AND MORTGAGE COMPANY assessment for Fire Protection Service THE CIRCUIT COURTBY 53 minute East and parallel to aforesaid Commencing at the Intersection of the
Intend to register told fictitious name (FPS) for the health and welfare of Southerly boundary a distance of 211.'" North property line of Jackson Street
Lasher Allan
: feet to Iron stoke thence South with the East line of Cherry
under the aforesaid tatute. Plaintiff an ; run property
cltlien of Bradford Florida.All .
Dated this. 26 of In County Deputy Clerk 18 decrees, 35 minutes and 30 seconds Street and run North 17* 43 East along
day October 1990
vs.TONY Interested parties are Invited to 11/l S 2tdtg 11/23 PO No.706 East and'parallel the Westerly boundary the East property line of Cherry Street
Iradford, County. GLEN MCKAY their comment al the time and
present 313 feet for a point of beginning thencerun
of State Road 100 a distance of 100
11/I 4tpd 11/23.FO No.683 Defendant. place set forth above. feet South 72' 22 East 108.81 feet
to an Iron stake run thence north 88
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Persons are advised that If they degree, 53 minute East and parallel to thence run North 17 47" East 60 feet
the Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated decide to appeal any decision made at PUBLIC AUCTION aforesaid Southerly boundary distance thence run North 72 VX West 108.90 feet
and entered In Civil Action No. THE! BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL a line of'
this hearing they will need a record of of 300 feet to aforesaid Westerly boun- to the East property Cherry
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 90-381-CA of the Circuit Court of the mh the proceeding., and for such purpose, BOARD WILL HOLD A PUBLIC AUCTIONON dary of the right-of-way" of State Rood Street thence run South 17 .43 West 60
REGISTER Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford County they may need to ensure that verbatim THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29. 1990. at 100-run thence South 18 degrees, 35 feet to the point of beginning; said lot
FICTITIOUS NAME Florida wherein the above captioned record of the proceeding I I. made, the Operation Center 319 N. OrangeSt. minutes and 30 seconds East along last more particularly described as follows:
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida Plaintiff and the above named Defendant which record Include the testimony and ., W.,. Starke, Prospective buyer may aforesaid Westerly boundary a distance Beginning at the SW comer of SW 11"
Statute, notice I I. hereby given that the went parties thereto. I will tea to evidence upon which the appeal I to be preview property from 8:30: to 11:30 a.m. of 355 feet to aforesaid Southerly boundary of NE 1/4 of Section thence 28, Township North 6
undersigned Rebecca Dugat Inc., Rt. I the highest bidder for each ot the east based. on day of sale. Registration will be at run thence South 88 degrees, 53 South Range 22 East run North
89 62' East 10.47 feet thence run
Box 718 Lawtey. Florida 32058 ole lobby at the Bradford County Courthouse .. DATED this 14th day of Nov. 1990. 12:00: noon and sale from 12:00 noon to minutes West along sold Southerly boun- IT 47 East 36 feet thence run North 72
owner doing business under the firm Starke, Florida at 11:00: a.m. on BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 3:00 p.m. Item for cole are furniture, dary, a distance of 1295.8 feet to point of 22'West 108,90 feet to the East property
name of Insurance World 353 N. Temple the 30th day of November, 1990 the BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA electronic equipment automotive beginning. line of Cherry Street.thence run South
Ave Suite 8, Starke, Florida 32091 Intend following described real estate property RAY NORMAN CLERK OF COURT equipment crap metal kitchen equipment YOUR ARE REQUIRED TO SERVE A 17* 43' Wesst along East property line of
to register said fictitious name- I1/I53tch 11/29 No.712 and school buses. COPY OF YOUR WRITTEN DEFENSES IF Cherry Street 60 feet thence run South
under the aforesaid ilatute. Lot 14. Block 2, UNIT 3, SARATOGA 11/IS 3tchg 11/32 PO no.708 ANY. TO IT ON EUGENE F. SHAW Hus 72' 22' East 33.88 feet to the land line,
Dated this 8 day of November 1990 In HEIGHTS a* recorded In Plot Book 3. band's attorney whose address Is 925-E thence run North 89 52' East 68.29 feet

Bradford County. Page 3, of the Public Record.of Bradford NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING North Temple Avenue, Stark., Florida' to the point of beginning at the SW Cor-
.miS. 4tpd 12/6 PO No. 703 County. Florida all lying In Section 29. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED NOTICE 33091. on or before December 14, 1990 ner of SW 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Section 28
Township 6 South. Range 22 Cast. ORDINANCE NO.90-9 Martin Russell hoe mode applicationfor and file the original with the clerk of this Township 6 South Range 22 East the
said of lot In Block I". Livingston
court either before service on Husband'sattorney portion being
DATED Oct. 29,1990.RAY
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO NORMAN- CLERK OF THE ASSeSSMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF Occupation- Estate to the Bradford otherwise or a default Immediately will be thereafter entered; Town, Truby of Stark.Company's, Bradford County

REGISTER CIRCUIT COURTBY COUNTY DETENTION FACIUTIES; PRO. County Board of Adjustment on propertythat against you for the relief demanded In Florida. Also beginning at the SW Comerof
FICTITIOUS NAME :Carol William VIDING DEFINITIONS: IMPOSING I I. classified RSF-1 and described the Husband's petition for dissolution of SW 1/4 of NE 1/4 of sold Section 28
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida Deputy Clerk SPECIAL ASSESSMENT: ESTABLISHING below: marriage. Township 6 South Range 22 East and run
Statute, notice I I. hereby give that the 11/1 ..!chg 11/21 PO No.685 BEGINNING DATE FOR SAID SPECIAL Section 13, Township 8 S., Range 22 E. DATED this 13th day of November South 89' 52'Welt 68.39 feet, thence run
undersigned Rebecca: Dugat Inc., Rt. 1 ASSESSMENT DEFINING IMPROVED Parcel No. 05555-C-OOSOO Lot S Block C 1990. South 73 23 East 71.71 feet thence run'
Box 718. Lawtey Florida 32058 ole PARCELS AND UNITS TO BE ASSESSED: of a replat of Mt. Pleasant. RAY NORMAN North 0' 08' ,
owner doing business under the firm IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR ESTABLISHING SPECIAL ASSESSMENTRATES This proposed request for o Special Clerk of the Court West 21.88 feet to the Point of BeginnIng -
name of Auto Insurance World 353 N. BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA : PROVIDING FOR LIEN AND ENFORCEMENT Exception I I. subject to a public hearingto .y: Lasf.r Hen at the SW Corner of SW 14 of NE 14
Temple Ave.. Suite B., Starke, Florida Circuit Civil 90351CA OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENT: be held before Bradford County Zon- Deputy Clerk of Section: 28, Township 6 South Range
22 said of lot being In Block
32091 Intend to register told fictitious FORTUNE SAVINGS BANK Etc., ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. ingBoadon Monday December 3, 1990 11/1 S 4tchg 13/6 PO No. 710 I. East Original Town portion of Stark, Bradford
name under the aforesaid statute. 'lanIlH.v. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the at 7:00 p.m. In the Council room of County Florida. (ver. pjm/ren)
Dated this 8 day of November 1990 In *. 3rd day of December, 1990 at 10:30 a.m. Sta.... City Hall 209 N. Thompson NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING SUBJECT TO all mortgages and other

Bradford County. JACK M. COURTNAY et ux the Bradford County Board of County Street Starke, Florida. The Zoning NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PRO claims of record prior to the filing of LIs
11/\5 4lpd 13/6 PO No. 704 Defendant Commissioners, In regular session to be Board will make a recommendation to POSED ORDINANCE NO. 90-7; REPEAL- Pendens In this action.

Notice I I. hereby given mat, pursuant held at the Board Meeting Room at the the Bradford County Board of Adjustment ING BRADFORD COUNTY ORDINANCENO. As the property of the above named
to the Order or Final Judgment enteredIn Bradford County Courthouse,. Sta...., who will take final action on this ESTABLISHING COUNTY-WIDE Defendants), on the 13th day of
Florida will hold a public hearing on the scheduled ; December 1990. at 11:00 o'clock A.M. In
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO this cause In the Circuit Court of Bradford application at their regularly SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FOR THE PURPOSEOF
REGISTER County Florida I will sell the pro- proposed enactment for adopting Ordinance meeting on Tuesday December IB, 1990 EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES; the forenoon on sold day. at the East
Front Lobby of the Court House In
FICTITIOUS NAME situated In Bradford No. 90-9. at 7:00 In the Council Room of
: will
Sta...., Bradford County, Florida I
Section 865.09 Florida Florida described The substance of the proposed or- Stark. City Hall 209 N. Thompson St..
Pursuant to a*: SPECIAL ASSESSMENT: DEFINING IM- offer for sale and sell to the highest bid-
Statute, notice I I. hereby given that the Lot 32 of ARI WOODS SUBDIVISION a* dinance I I.to establish funding by special Starke, Florida. PROVED PARCELS AND UNITS TO BE der for cash In hand the above described -
undersigned Rodney Hutching, 1518 per plot thereof a* recorded In Plot Book assessment for County Detention Those persons, group or agencies ASSESSED: ESTABLISHING SPECIAL property.
Walnut St., Green Cove Spring, Fl 3, Page 53. of the Public Records of Bradford Facilities (CDF) for the health and who have Interest In property adjacent ASSESSMENT RATES: PROVIDING FOR RAY NORMAN
33043 ole owner doing business under County Florida all lying and welfare of the citizens of Bradford County to or In close proximity to the proposedsite LIEN AND ENFORCEMENT OF SPECIAL Clerk of Bradford

the firm name of H and S Automotive, \'situate In Section 24, Township South' ,. Florida. or who have ether evidence to present ASSESSMENT: ESTABLISHING AN EFFEC- County Florida
North 301, Starke, Florida 33091, Intends- Range 22 Eost. All Interested parties are Invited to should appear and be heard at the TIVE DATE. ,By Carol Williams
to register told fictitious name under the at public sale to the highest and .best present their comments at the time and times and place prescribed. Anyone who NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the Deputy Clerk
aforesaid statute. bidder for cash, at the front door of the place set forth above. wishes a verbatim transcript of these 3rd day of December 1990, at 10:00 a.m. Prepared by:
Dated this 30 day of October 1990 In Bradford County Courthouse In Starke, Person are advised that If they proceedings shall be responsible for the Bradford County Board of County John H. Jones Plaintiff, Esq.
Bradford County. Florida at 11:00 a.m. on Nov. 29. 1990.. decide to appeal any decision made at their own arrangements. Commissioner In regular session to beheld Attorney
PO Box 2340
11/1.chgll/22 PO No.687 RAY NORMAN this hearing they will need a record of Darrell O'Neal at the Boards Meeting Room at the 1230 S. Main St.

Clerk of the Circuit Court proceeding, and for such purpose theymay Zoning Admlnsltratlve Official Bradford County Courthouse, Stark., Gainesville, Fl 32602
By:Carol William need to ensure that verbatim 11/15 2tchg 11/33 PO no. 709 Florida will hold a public hearing on the 904-373.0936 '
Deputy Clerk record of the proceeding I I. mode, proposed enactment for adopting Ordinance Florida Bar N6.209058
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 11/1 4tchg 11/23.PO No.686 ,which record Include the testimony and No. 907. 1 1/22 2tchg 11/29 NO 66'
REGISTER evidence upon which the appeal I* to be IN THE CIRCUIT COURT The substance of the proposed ordinance
FORBIDS"The to funding by special
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida CALL DATE this 14th day of November AND FOR BRADFORD for Medical
assessment Services
Statute notice I I. hereby that the Town of Brooker will receive bid .
j ',;.
(EMS) for the health and welfare of
for tree removal and tree If 1990.BOARD
]undersigned Rebecca Dugat Inc., Rt 1 trimming. OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS >CASENO:90542CAIN ,
citizens of Bradford Florida.All .
Box 718 Lawtey Florida 32058 fo k..rs*.you. .would like to.tee the location,, The of County.
I cens,1' BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA RE: Marriage : "
Interested parties are Invited topresent ,. ,.. ... ,,,
( doing business under the firmname tact Gene Melvin 4851343., r" "
of AAAbsolute Auto Insurance Bid must be sealed and received on I1/29No.711 their comments at the time and '- LegalsSTAKKK'...
World. 353 N. Temple Ave., Sto...., or before 7:00 p.m. November 26, 1990. 11/153tejg and place set forth above. .,
Florida 33091 Intend to register laid fictitious Mailing address Is: Town of Brooker BETTY ANN BRESEE Persons are advised, that If they
name under the .aforesaid P.O. Box 127 Brooker Florida 32622. IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Wife. decide to appeal any decision made at
tatute. The Town Council reserves the right to THE 8TH JUDICIAL NOTICE OF ACTION' this hearing they will need a record of 'Bee Page 8A
Dated this 8 day of November 1990 In and all bid Box the proceeding, and for such purpose,
accept or reject.any COURT IN AND FOR TO: BETTY ANN BRESEE. Route 3,
Bradford County. YOUR ARE they made need to ensure that verbatim
Town Council BRACFOIIDCOUNTY.FLORIDA, 1305. Starke. Florida 32091
11/l S 4tpd 12/6 PO No. 702 Brooker Florida 32622 NOTIFIED that an action for DISSOLU- record of the proceedings mode.which

ll/152tchg 11/33 PO No. 707 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION TION OF MARRIAGE has .been filed record Include the testimony and
CASE NO.9O-381.cA against you by William Brews, whereinhe evidence upon which the appeal Is to be

REGISTER NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING the Court award to him any and all Interest DATED this 14th day of Nov. 1990. CHURCH OF GOD
Pursuant to Section 865.09. property acquired during marriage I
Statute, notice I I. hereby given that the ORDINANCE NO. TONY GLEN MCRAY. and all Interest which you may RAY NORMAN, CLERK OF COURT Pallor: David Pl aanlWa
undersigned. Mlchele E. Fox Rt. 4 Box ESTABLISHING COUNTYWIDE SPECIAL Defendant. have In the following described parcel of ,I/15 3tchg 11/29 No. 713 % InvHt yoU to worship wHh u
4575, Stark., Florida 33091 sole owner ASSESSMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF FIRE land In Bradford County Florida to wit: Attended Nursery
doing business under name A parcel of land containing 13.78 "
the Final of Foreclosure dated S..and.SchaoI
Metro Security Electronic, Rt. 4 Box DEFINITIONS; IMPOSING SPECIAL Judgment : acres, lying the NW 14 of NE 1/4 of Section IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 11
4575, Starke Florida 32091 Intend to ASSESSMENT: ESTABLISHING BEGINNING and entered In Civil Action No. IS Township 7 South Range 22 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN IWamlng Worship *em
register cold fictitious name under the DATE FOR SAID SPECIAL ASSESS- 90-381-CA of the Circuit Court of the 8th East Bradford County Florida and being AND FOR BRADFORD Evening W..tn.d.v\'ou". Service 1:3Oi-: pee
aforesaid tatute. MENT: DEFINING IMPROVED PARCELS Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford Coun- more particularly described as COUNTY: FLORIDA I
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I Tornadoes ,End Regular Season with 27-6 Win Over lLterl. chen I

Wrapping up Interlachen High 27-6 terlachen 7-2 coming in,was tabbedby The Tornadoes were on the yards to wideout Lonnie Custer. 13 yard line. On third and six.Ram Julius Harden hit for four gird .lost
In a business-like manner Tornado Bradford coaches as a tough opponent Scoreboard in less than three Both BIN eoraerback Chris Snow Q 8 Bowman tried to pass but was 1.5 yards on second. On down
grldders went to 10-0 in the final with an outstanding offensive .minutes via a S3 yard pas from and Cutter leaped for the football forced out of the pocket, and headed QB Sheffield kept around left end,
regular season game before large quarterback Reggie Sheffield to and came down with it together, around left end, but fumbled the giving a limp leg to one Ram
hometown crowd in Memorial Meanwhile, the Big Red line made fullback Hanker on. It was a short with Custer yanking; the football football. Tornado defensive tackle defender and out running Custer to
Stadium last Friday night, Nov. 16.' holes for fullback Robert Hanker- pas n the left flat the 811$sideline after be hit the turf. Officials Jonathan Ferguson trailing the turn the corner for the touchdown.
It is the fourth undefeated seasonIn son, 147 yards on 17 carries, and had but the quick Hankeraon: peddled) rule it a pass completion. Big the loose football time ran out. No extra point was at-
Bradford High history, the third touchdown drives of 57,54, 18, and 11 .down the sideline and went all the fullback Ricky Eubanks 191 pounds playing BINS hack in business on the tempted. BHS Ted 27-6.
for veteran Coach David Hurse yards. Plus Andy Goodowns !way with a block from wideout Vin- went around left end for the score Interlachen la yard line.
whose 1965 and 1985 teams were substituting for the injured Allen him Blye.Goodowns. running right through arm tackle On first down Tornado fullback aradNrr...... 1 1 I7 TW
undefeated in regular season play. .Jenkins, kept Bradford out of trouble kicked the point after. by one BUS player. Outer's extra Robert Hankerson went over the left /ahr/acks.Nlak 4 e 4
Coach Lennard Register. had an 11-0 with his kicking game. BHS was up T-0 with 9:19 remaining point tick was blocked by Bradford side for the third Bradford .MB ._
team in 1961. Goodowns made all three of his ex- in the first period. Phillip Crawford. It was 14-1,8113 touchdown. Goodowns kicked the ,.. ."* .
It was quiet around the BHS dress- tra points attempts, punted three The first period ended with bard with 6:22 remaining the secondperiod. PAT. Bradford was up SI.-6 with Plra/. Dory S It i
Ing room after the game. Players times for a 32.3 yard average, and punt rush by guard Josh Lewis No. 11:53 remaining In the fourth period. .--.Y_ .*.11..-".
dressed and left. Coaches Roland kicked off three times to the 11, 18, 60 and tackle Shawn Jenkins: No. BHS then drove 44 yards on the Interiacben made Just two more .......v..w tl I7rcrtn
Cummings and Lanier Clyatt and 19 yard lines. One Goodowns 75, which resulted in a hurried 34 yyrddlline at the Interlachen first downs, one on a 17 yard pass to .4-n...) MISIPwM +4*
started breaking down the game punt sailed 54 yards, going over the yard punt by IHS'i Lonnie Custer. Sheffield threw tike tight end Steven Thompson, and one PWHMM-tat M HPMUIMwyw
film as they rewatched the game. head of the Interlachen punt return BHS set upon Tornado 40 yard football directly Into the bands of on a BUS penalty. Meanwhile BHS H1.sM
The perfect record of 1990 will man Lonnie Custer. line, was in the Interiacben endaone Ram linebacker Keith Flowers,who moved the football M and 45 yardson form IMMMW1llrMtwtfHmtPvllbMkRotOTtMMMun.il.
have an asterisk in the books Bradford won with Allen Jenkins, in nine plays; ,QB Sheffield sneaking returned to the Ram 35. two possessions, pushing In- .
because the Tornadoes lost their No. 13, and Charles Boyd, No. 40,on In from yard out for the TD.Again Interlachen drove 41 yards to Its terlachen deeper and deeper into its M y.*rmu tram.....!.......-..Pi Ay .
opening!{ game with Wildwood 21-16, the sideline. Jenkins has a torn Goodowns added the PAT. BHS led own 48 In the third period.but that own end of the field. BBS comer- _kid TMMI tl.., 1O.
but Wildwood used two ineligible medial lateral ligament in his left 14-0 with 8:52 remaining In the se- drive was ended when Tornado back: Jason Lee and Geraard 1) ...._ NlabCS **.*.. IKlMlll MM
and had to forfeit the knee. Boyd has a sprained ankle sus- cond period., back yard.... Set aiititumi He*.' .,.10.rl
players gameto rover Julius Harden No. 10, Williams at rover hack, ended two kmiu.II .
Bradford. tained in practice. Interlachen then drove for'its only leaped high to Intercept a QB HIS possessions with pass Intercep, '.im r<.rt..*cliMi.Ufi NIDIFuMkttk tuck ktockMt.tin.Micky M.BrMMr .
The Big Red defense! held Interlachcn touchdown, moving 68 yards in five Bowman pass intended. for wideout tions. a. H'(..- US KiMrl MMMTMH It
High to 76 yards on 32 Julius Harden started for Jenkinsat plays. QB Mike Bowman ran for 14 Lonnie Custer. With about a minute left In the yard..... art _Me*.11,53.40.
rushes plus six completions on 13 wingback running for 63 yards on yards avoiding several Tornado BIN moved nine yards and Andy BHS had the football on the q BrMtar Nick- .. >..... ikH .M, ...
passes for 72 yards. Class 2A In- 11 carries. tgcklers. QB Bowman then threw 31 Goodowns punted 26 yards to the IHS, his 11. after Williams' Interception.garni y+...... as N.a..11a.IMI. Na.srs_40.4eM. .

. Despite Injuries, We Can Perform Against Tampa Catholic This Friday, Says HurseDespite I

several injuries to key not bother his injured left knee at all, has a cracked rib and is questionable BHS was state runner-up. Coach 155-10! ; wing back and defensive end Nichols, No. 24, 130-12, and Chris
players veteran Coach David Hurse said Coach Hurse Jenkins can probably for the Tampa Catholic Lennard Register coached an 11-0 Geraard Williams, No 33, 180-11 Snow No. 3. 150-11 and at safety
expects Tornado footballers to be be counted on to kick off, punt, game. bowl winner in 1961 and 10-0-1 bowl defensive back Jason Lee, No.' 5. Jason Lee. No. 5, 150-10, or VlnnieBlye.
able to play Tampa Catholic this Fri- and attempt field goals this week, Coach Hurse says the offensiveline winner in i960 before state playoffs. 150-10, and cornerback Chris Snow, No. 2015010.(>>
day night, Nov. 23, at Tampa Jesuit but probably will be kept out of any of Interlachen and Tampa Bradford Is as prepared as watching No. 3. 160-11.. ..
High School on Hlmes Street in Ta... other action. Catholic are comparable. In' movies of seven Tampa
Jenkins tore the medial lateral terlachen was maybe quicker Catholic games can make them,get Probable defensive starters on the Probable starters on the offensive
pa."Even without Allen Jenkins and ligament in his left knee early in the Hurse said. T.Catholic Is better ting reports from other coaches, as front seven are: Sam linebacker line are: center Wyatt Collins. No.
Charles Boyd, I think we can still be Eastside game. The injury is not as because of superior backs, quarterback searching out keys In the movies so Wyatt Collins, No. S3 195-13; left 53 guards Phillip Crawford No. 62.
competitive," says Coach Hurse. serious. as first thought, but the knee and running back and it is known with relative certainty tackle Jason Norman No.65.180-12; and; Jason Norman, No. 65; tackles
Fullback Robert Hankerson, with 1een sore. Coach Hurse wants to receivers. whether the Crusaders will run or right tackle Shauntel Houston No. Clayton Manning No. 76,and Shaun
149 yards on 17 carries in the In- have Jenkins ready for the second Bradford coaches hope the Tornadoes throw the football. 74, 195-11; weak side end Clayton Jenkins No.75.215-11, and tight end '
terlachen game, turned an ankle in play-off game. will! play the type of tough Starting or playing good bit are Manning, No. 7C, 195-12; strong end Andy Goodowns, No. 85. 'I
the IHS game but practiced Monday Starting guard and defensive game they played against In the following younger players Allen Jenkins, No. 13, 170-12, or
with his ankle taped and with a tackle Jason Norman, No. 65, prac- terlachen. sophomores or Juniors are Robert Hankerson, No.. :23. 170-12;
brace on it. ticed Monday. He has been held out Bradford, 10-0 with the forfeit of a linebacker James Daniels No. 31. strong side linebacker Andy
Boyd, a running back, practiced of defense the past two weeks 21-16 loss to Wildwood who played 160-10;' guard Josh Lewis No. 66, Goodowns, No.., 210-12: weak side Starting in the backfield will be:
Monday. Boyd sprained an ankle in because it has hurt a shoulder Injuryto two ineligible players, gained its 165-11; guard Dante Williams, No. linebacker Phillip Crawford No. 62, quarterback Reggie Sheffield, No.
practice two weeks ago and did not tackle. Norman has started offensively fourth undefeated season in school 60,180-11; defensive tackle Jonathan 195-11 and rover back Julius 11, 155-12; fullback Robert Hankerson -
play against Eastside or In- both weeks. history. Coach David Hurse had KM Ferguson, No. 63, 170-10; defensiveend Harden, No. 12, 170-12. No. 23. 170-12i; wing back Julius
terlachen, though he dressed out. Starting defensive cornerbackRobert teams in 1965 when BHS won the Larry Shannon, No. 80, 18CHO; Probable starters In the defensive Harden, No. 10, 510, 160-12, and run-
Jenkins kicked Monday and It did Nichols. No. 24. 150-12, also state championship and in 1989 when, running back Joe_ Gordon No. 32, backfield are cornet-backs Robert ning back Joe Gordon No.S2,155-10.

School News 2nd Playoff Game I Tornadoes Trip To Tampa No TeatimeTampa I

Might Be HereIf
Catholic Is a senior-laden Directions T-; get to Tampa season. McQueen runs up the middle
....Hampton Elem. On Nov. 16, we all enjoyed a per- the Tornadoes win over Tampa power running football team, with Jesuit High School take I-7S to Tampa and off tackle and on the quick pitch.
The P.T.A. will dedicated the new- formance given by African Catholic, they will face Suwannee- some excellent athletes with excellent and exit to the right (west on Another Crusader tbreat is.
ly constructed concession stand Storyteller Ajamu Mutima.On Live Oak or Crestview in the second team .speed, and with good either Hillsborougb or Buffalo quarterback Kevin Dawson, No. 1, .
Nov. 26 at 6 p.m. The School Board Nov. 15, our staff gave third round of the state play-offs who are uniform size.Bradford Avenue. Just past a residential area 6-1, 181-12 who has an excellent
will tour the building and will be grade teacher Dan Godwin, a going in the Region I playoffs.If High, winner of Dist. and a city park,turn left onto Hlmes passing arm, speed, and excellent
given a baseball field construction aay party.. We are sad that Mr. God- Suwannee High wins its District S-JA, must travel to Tampa this Friday Ave. and you're there. running ability. QB Dawson runs the
report by P.T.A. President, Charles win has been called for active dutyas 2-3A with Crestview Nov. 23, for a T:3Op.m. Region T.Cathouses the power-I forma- bootleg pass, both naked and with
as ex-
Hutto. The comma:.lity is invited to Navy Chaplain. Mr. Godwin play-off and Bradford wins II state play-off game with the Tampa tion and tries to run the football right blockers with the guard and tackle
attend. reported to his post in Tampa, Fl on pected, Catholic, then Bradford over and Catholic Crusaders, winner of at opponents. The basic offensive from the opposite side pulling. .
The Student Council will open Nov. 20. The staff presented Mr. Tampa Suwannee would Nov. 30 in Dist. 4-3A.The game will be playedat line-up of T. Catholic is two wide Main Crusader pass receiving
Monday night's School Board Godwin with a monogrammed ad- David play Tampa Jesuit, the cross-town receivers and tight end. threat Is wideout Michael Johnson
Meeting in Starke at 7 President dress book from Chastam's Gifts. Starke' Coach une..sap.; m rival of Tampa Catholic. Jesuit beat Main running threat Is tailback No. 3 5-11,179-13 who has excellentspeed
I, Shaun Muse will login with We entered our addresses in the If Crestview, a passing team Catholic 14-7 in a nip and tuck game Willie McQueen, No. 19, &-11.1.121 hands and routes. The other
prayer,followed by the. other J2 .book so Ibat Mr*.Godwin could, write,, beats Suwannee, thtt regional play- this season. A last mI ute.tiehi _,who ranfor 1.300 yards lastyear and wideout, Andrew M this.No-J.5-11,
members of the council recitingihel i ,ir Pain : v | r.. .** ;;off Would Still be Starte-Coach-; : -added to-Ut.CathoUo-inargin' in thetight has been closing!on that 1.ft8I'E.Ji! ,is very-similar..., ii j' JSTfl*
Pledge of Allegiance fT. Still on-haleare our Spirit T-Shirts David Hurse. thinks but. doesn't.. ..know, _game. ". i...,, j
Memory books will go on sale for 850. for sure. \ See Tampa Preview page eA
soon. All students have been en- Parents, look for our Southside
couraged to design a cover for the Sharks Newspaper to arrive home
Memory Book.Christmas about Nov. 27. Thanks to Rhoda Coaches Tornado
pictures along with Crites for Printing our Sharkbitenews : Outing
retakes will be taken Dec. 5. each month.
Everyone is invited to have their picture ...Mrs. Ferguson's class.A .
taken with Santa Claus. Payment huge thanks to all who donated Against Interlachen Bore
is to be made at the time of the items for the servicemen in Saudia
sitting. Hampton Elem. will receive Arabia. Our school has"adopted" 16
a percentage of all sales so please soldiers stationed in the Middle Nary a Disappointment
keep us in mind for your Holiday East. We sent 15 Christmas
photo.Package. packages on Nov. 16 The following
prices are A-$10: 2-3'4x5, servicemen have been adopted: A displeased BUS coach could not Williams at weak side end Joe Gordon
2-2M x3Mi, 4 wallets; B-$15: 1-5x7, PFC ers, Lance Cpl.. Phillip be found after the Bradford High who has started at Inside
4-2Vitx3, 8 wallets; c-$20: 18x10 Griffis, Staff Sgt. Kirk Hunsinger, (ridden finished off Interlachen linebacker the last two games.
2-316x5,16 wallets. SSG Freddie Bell,SSG James Jones,. High 37-6' and went. 104 for the Coach Lanier Clyatt named pulling -
Spc. David Barnes, Terellis regular season. guards Phillip Crawford No. 63,
Johnson, USS Okinawa PFC /, Especially pleased was the defensive and Jason Norman No. 65, the
...Southsidc Elem. Christine Leonard,AZI WR.McKinney coordinator Coach Roland outstanding offensive linemen of the
Calandar of Events Sgt. Kenny DeWitt,SFG Gerald Cummings, whose charges held a week for their blocking.
Nov. 20 -Six weeks Ends Simmons. Ron Thomas II, Ic'l lfIJ" tough Interlachen offensive line in The offensive line did a pretty
Nov. 21-25 -Thanksgiving HolidaysNov. Jackie Orr t.lst -Lt.' JB. Starnes, :. .", check,limiting the Rams to7 yards good Job of blocking
27 Picture Retakes LCPL R.T:McRae. and 2nd.Lt, Hope back pass. QB Reggie Sheffield
Dec.. -Report Cards Home Jackson. ,. .. .. ." J.. "Wegplayed a physical football plenty of time to throw, said Coach
... team to a standstill except for one Clyatt.
drive" pointed out Coach CUmm- The linemen missed some reads
y lngs. The Tornadoes were much but blocked for fullback Robert
more aggressive he said. "We were Hankerson to run for 149 yards on 17
Cool Under Pressure..: as tough as we bad been all season," carries. Besides the guards the of-

!: Tornado quarterback Reggie Sheffield No. U, throws wider pressure ,Coach Cununings! added. fensive linemen are tight end Andy
:s from tall Interlacnen defensive end Steven Thompson No. 84. QB Sheffield Goodowns center Wyatt Collins,and
He was concemecI.bout the big offensive tackles Clayton Manning and Shawn
completed of I passes for 92 yards and one touchdown.
u '_ _.' line, but the Tornadoes Jenkins
handled It and forced four turnovers Hankerwn, who also ran a pass
Coach Cummings pointed out, for a touchdown and had a 50 yard
Most pleasing was that after a open field run,was named offensive
Peking Seafood Tornado turnover the Big Red back of the week by Coach David
defense shut InterUchen down, said Hurse.
Coach Cummings.The / Eldrich Sconiers was named the
Tornadoes tackled: much better best wideout of the week for his
at Restaurant & Lounge @ Coach Cummings said. Improving downfield blocking and one pass
the tackling was a defensive goalof reception In the endzone though It
;3 (j. (formerly 'China Garden') f % the week be ..&4.. did not count

tm .u*..*''r Andy Ooodowns, Sam Sophomore Jason Lee, who intercepted
Chinese Cuisine & Friendly Service linebacker (defensive end) Wyatt two passes, was named
Collins and tackle 'Jonathan best defensive back of the week by
Open 7 Days Ferguson were named outstanding Coach Jerry ICIimln kl. The defensive -
?Y defensive linemen"for' tie In secondary played much bettor
terlachen came. said Coach Kaminski.,
','"r., Tornado tackles Sbauntel Houston
WreOferingYouAGreatNewHokdayLook 4 and Ferguson did a good Job staying Tornado Tackles...
on the lined scrimmage,not getting Inside linebacker Andy Goodowns
pushed: off.and clogging; up holes so led Tornado tackling against In-
that the linebackers and end could teriacben with 9 individual tackles
make the tackles said Coach Cum- and 4 assists.
mings.Lots of time the tackles don't Sam linebacker Wyatt Collins had
let the credit they west they Individual tackles
make the defense : epoints out defensive end Gemard Wills :
The New Basics Make ipCollection.$1000V() th Coach CUnuIain The tackles don't individual tackles.In : "
make of tackles, the tackle chart below.T means
Any$$14.50 Purchase. isn't deal that ay.d Four an individual tackle, A means aplayer
tackles a game Is a lot for a tackle. assisted on a tackle. ..
With everything in our New Bastes beauty bonus you the coach points out Tacklts... :

can have a complete holiday makeover. The entire collection performer Wyatt Collins at Sam has nnenacEsr been a steady, saw, ......... T A.

cones in a beautiful makeup tray and it's just 110 with .Coach Qanmlngs. Collins, auo the Andy OeadowHSWyatt f 4

any 11450 Merle Norman cosmetic purchase: So come in 8biawa starting Jeakina eentsr.ls, Bill rested Campbell at tunes, by or CelUasOentanl Williams 6 f .6 1

and start celebrating your most beautiful holiday ever.noRmwr Catering Services Available Clayton Manning. Weak aide same. Jonathan Mefeert HankenoaSftaoatelHewto Pon...... I.I I
!! and Sam linebacker use the i .
IDERLE ; technique. Coach Cummlngs potats I .6J.e00.lea
out making that position chance I 6

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Some sophomores Cot
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Tight end JeyIOR -
1-1, 1115-11 fa an exceuent WiS5n. No. ,bad right knee ana crampa. The three linebacker Bed Utter is outside linebacker if Brtnnon No. 22. Ml, lfit-11. the strong side Catholic offensive line is
and also the Cruaader athlete weak aide offensive tackle, the aide strong side linebacker Willie Queen, Muson.! a*, ism. cornerback,who has good speed and The Tampa that of Interlachen,
about to
"' .y. Wilson needs to bedetenefve without the tight X12.Kenny No.ID,the offensive running threat; Middle guard Is Pat DeUarnls, Is tough. Weak aide cornerback Is but the equal Cruadadera are more
on the tight end clump pass but also Dicklnaoojio. 3,*- Big Love, No. 72 the offensive No. M,Hi,1BS1XDefensive Barry Clark, No.( 21, HO, 1311. dangerous because of better backs,
goes deeP. The offensive guards are Mark tackle, also playa defensive tackle. ends are dent Mustek, Safety ls No. U, Jeyson Wilson. a better and running i
QB Dawson throws to anybody and Lucas, No. 62, M, MO-ia, and Tony And Jeyson Wilson,No. 18, the tight No.83,6-1,UI-U,1JId Joe Martinez, The Crusader nave left-footed quarterback throwing, and more good
Covine no. es, M. nwa. Middle and,U also the
evel''body. Erik No. II,.1, 171-11. soccer style kicker.The kickoffs receivers,says Coach Rune
Anchor 01 the Crusader 'guard U kris Tubba. No. 55 611.180U Middle linebacker la Ths of T. Catholic Is to the five yard line. Punta go 3540vanls.
line U big Erik offensive' tabbed very aggressive but quea No.r.7,1-I.181HI,an excellent three Sdeferwe man to man. Catholic
Love/ averages ,
No. XWL nursing a bad ankle. athlete but hobbled by a hip pointer. They football throwing the I i
W8-U, tabbed the best you BO says Tornado iuu Crusaders run the name offense 10 times ,
lineman. But offensive Basic defense of T.CaUwIie la a Rodriquea la termed a bettor nose Coach David Hiirse. Best Interlachen and Gainesville pared to five or Wt per game cornor j'
. ..Love. U bothered by a b 3f with five down linemen and guard, where he,also play Other defensive- back Is Anthony 0.____ McRne .Earitsldr. ( Jpavtd flurse n!!!eII.p radford. passes-. per game

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area will receive an influx of World of the World War II Museum and barracks which now houses the
I War II ex-service men. their Memorial Park will continue museum(bottom of page)A
families friends and tourists this. Monday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.The Sherman lank Is only one of the . .
weekend to attend the opening and general public is invited to attend many original equipment. b ge* 9SM!r71, ".
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half million dollar World War II The :World War II Museum,
Museum and Memorial Park this replete with weapons photographs. Florida's memorials Armed where Services you can reflect on
Saturday & Sunday November24th and other artifacts of the period will
and 25th.Several .. be open for viewing in a large,two involvement. .
thousand spectators, story white frame building at the .
including many ex-servicemen from main entrance to the camp. One of .
Florida and other states are expectedto the original buildings at Blanding. '
attend the ceremonies, while it was used to accommodate civilian
military dignitaries will include the 'and military guests during the war' '
Undersecretary of Defense and UnderSecretary period. It is now being fuled with
of the Army. Featured Items contributed by WWII service Let's Talk
speaker at the 3 p.m. Sunday men themselves or members of
Dedication ceremony will be retiredLt their families. Artillery guns tanks
General Robert Arter special and vehicles: dot the landscape at the
consultant to the Department of entrance gate and surrounding the
Defense and chairman of nationwide park, picnic area and landscaped
observances in the U.S lagoon centered: with a water spray.
commemorating the 50th Camp Blanding on the East side OnThese
anniversary of mobilization for of Kingsley Lake just>six miles Turkey :
World War H, Major General from Starke on Highway 16,playeda
Ensslin, Adjutant General of the major role in training U.S.Army
Florida National Guard will troops before their deployment to
introduce the speaker. assignments throughout the world
The dedication ceremonies will where they united with other Armed
begin at 3 pjn. with a"Massing of Forces to restore freedom to Europe Used Cars 8 Trucks
the Colors a'patriotic formation and the western Pacific: .
originated by the Military Order of The centerpiece othee MemorialGarden
the World Wars affording veterans is the Florida Regimental
organizations and other patriotic Memorial which includes a dramatic .
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The weekend events will begin November 25. 1940 and 170 of :is : pm+ # LEATHER AUTO TOWING ,$10 995 Msbatuiaiiciag t !
Saturday with open house from 9 them were reported killed in action.In } { altr & t
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.sponsored by the Purple Heart artillery,tank engineer and medical
'j Association and the Starke Rotary battalions. It also housed a German TRUCKS TRUCKS : TRUCKS TRUCKS
Club will be held from 1 to 2 p.m., Prisoner of War camp and\ still
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; :. 8:00: am VIP Area opens,Building No.2127.BO Capps will be host.
\, ," 9:00: un 5:00: pm Camp Blinding open .Demonstrations and exhibits continue..
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WALMARTCoffee s1mofdhs'' BO hours community
John W. Molchan charged with attend
DUI school Tri County
Traffic Court DWLS; found guilty,fined$120.25. work.
Charles Edward Moore found guilty supervision one year.
Nov. 6 FinalsThe
DUI; fined $437.89, license
FREE I' following defendant appeared suspended six months 50 hours com Change of Plea .
a a 6 before Judge George ft. munity work attend DUI school,Tri Glenn Daniel Shuford found guilty
/ Pierce In Bradford County TrafficCourt County supervision 60 days to finish DUI; case set for Jan. i.
& for arraignment their cases 50 hours, one year to pay fine. Cornellous Jr. pled no contest -
received final disposition. John Edward Russell pled no contest DWLS; fined 4tw.25.
DWLS; present valid license ,Carter charged with DUI;
Doughnuts Eugene: Albright pled no contest within 30 days and will dismiss. diRoy .
Look For These Specialsurda driving under the influence (DUI; Theresa Gail Russell pled guilty Carter pled no contest wilful-
Saturday fined $437.50. license suspended six DUI; fined $700, license suspendedsix wanton reckless driving; fined
Morning! months, attend DUI school 50 hours months, 50 hours communitywork S4S7.SO license suspended aix months -
community work, Trl County supervision ,attend DUI school,Tri County attend DUI school (has completed -
one year. supervision one year. ),' Trl County supervision 80
PristUla: Ann Beard pled no con- Russell pled guilty leaving scene
while license suspendedor of accident: costs waived. daJi.tmy Pate Gassett charged with
742110011 revoke (DWLS); fined $120.29. Russell pled no contest fall to im- DUI; dismissed.
Tri County supervision 60 days. mediately report accident; dismiss. Gassett pled no contest wilful-
Robert Wayne Black pled no contest ed. wanton reckless driving; fined
allowing unauthorized person to Russell pled guilty careless drivIng $437.80,license suspended six months
drive; $52 court costs. ; $52 court costs. attend DUI school 50 hours
J 4r I Jason Lee Crews pled guilty Gregory Lee Shuerger pled no contest community work Tri County supervision
DWLS; fined 120.25, Tri County DUI; fined $1,225. license one year.
r 1.r 1. supervision 00 days suspended five years, attend DUI John Walter Howard pled guilty
i Crews pled guilty improper tag; school, ten days in Jail on weekend, DUI; fined $700, license suspendedsix
: I $52 court eo ta. Tn County supervision one year. months, attend DUI school, Tri
Leon Marcus Falana pled guilty Shuerger pled no contest DWLS County supervision.
r no valid driver license(NVDL);provide fined 12025. Christian Kings Kirk pled no contest
valid license and will dismiss Shuerger pled no contest ulawful DUI; fined $1,225, license
r Brenda Joyce Garner chargedwith speed (65mph/35mph zone); fined suspended ten years, credit for 85
NVDL; dismissed. $172. days in addiction recovery JIO daysin
Garner charged with unlawful Shuerger pled no contest failed to Jail, Tri County supervision one
speed (73mph/55mph zone); $124 drive in correct lane; costs waived. years,attend DUI school
fine.Claude Heather Michele Smith pled no Raymond Wayne Masey pled no
r Ndt 'Rf William Hunter pled guilty contest NVDL; Tri County supervision contest DUI; fined $700. license
V r*r DWLS; presented valid license, 60 days; SO hours community suspended five years, attend DUI
a. dismissed. work, costs waived. school Tri County supervision one
2 4 Hunter pled guilty Improper tag; Smith charged with careless driving year,
Special Purchase presented valid tag, dismissed. ; costs waived. 500 word essay
Hunter charged with safety belt why should not be driving. Nov. 13Walter
: 8.83 SONY violation; dismissed. Smith charged with open container
Arthur Alvarez
John Wayne Hutchins charged (driver); dismissed. chargedwith
with expired tag more than four Jeremy M. Trimble pled no contest DWLS; dismissed.
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Kingsley Lake course with an unmarried personunder Donald Laverne Woods, 30, was
Woman Pleas 18, according to CapOn arrested Nov. 17 for driving while
To Dec. 1 Crash, Shuford. He was released after a license suspended (DWLS), according : -
$2,000 surety bond was pelted to Deputy Tim Giebeig. Bond
Almost one year after a fatal The Juveniles were released Into was set at 215.25,Woods is being detained Gilt
crash, Charlene Lewis Ennlg of the custody of their parents.The in- for Ocala where he must Giveaway s A
Klnglsey Lake entered a vestigation is continuing with additional serve 21 days In Jail for no valid
plea in Clay County Circuit Court charges pending driver's license.William .

ttoesvdeahicu ar. 20. Ennls pled third Held At 10 A.M.Friday
homicide a Recent ArrestsIn Richard Alvarez, 25, was
degree felony which carries a maximum Bradford CountyThe arrested Nov. 17 for driving under i
five- 'ear sentence. Sentencing influence (DUI, careless driving,
has been set for Dec. .4, according following arrests were made driving while license expired less Look For These Specials
to the state attorney. by local authorities In Bradford our months, according to
Ennls was charged in an accident County. Patrolman Robert Lyons. Alvarez's itWtwrlsCts111r r
last Dec. 1 when her vehicle struck blood alcohol content was .12 per r *
another vehicle head-on1 killing LllUe Jean Mack, 29. of Lawteywas cent. He was released after a $900
Janet Anderson Turner of Starke; arrested Nov. 18 for disorderly surety bond was posted.
Ennis was seriously injured in the Intoxication according to Deputy
accident which occurred near Oak Joey DeBergaUa. Mack was ar- Randall deForest Brown, 31, of
Grove Baptist Church between Mid-'; rested at her mother's home where Keystone Heights was arrested Nov.
dleburg and Camp Blanding. At the she was In a combative mood 17 for DUI, according to Patrolman VUwSrlMtNifrSfcsM .,
time of the accident Ennis was fighting with her slater due to drug Allen. Brown's blood alcohol content k GaathfVieaiCaMPolaroid
recovering from an accident just induced intoxication said was .27 percent. Brown was stop
months before where she was also DeBergalls. She was released aftera after almost causing an
seriously Injured. $250 surety bond was posted. pulling in front of the patrol car,said 5-Pack Blank lapel Video are Tape your.

At arraignment Feb. 27, Ennis Allen. opportunity lo record f,
was charged with driving under the Edward John Kulbackl, 36, was Die Holiday funniest
influence manslaughter and arrested Nov. 18 for possession of a Vitorina Maria Schneider, 23, of home moment! Include 3 i
vehicular homicide. firearm by a convicted felon!, according Jacksonville wa arrested Nov. 18 for pack of T-120 VHS lapei. MADE IN THE
The sentencing will be determinedby to Patrolman Jerry' Feltner. DWLS, attached tag not assigned 2-4-6 Hour recording USA
sentencing guidelines. With no Kulbackl was seen walking on vehicle and wilful-wanton reckless i I4 Polaroid{
Market Road with a rifle" shells in David {
prior convictions, Ennis scores 0-24. driving, according to Sgt.
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recommending she be adjudicatedguilty his pocket and a box of shells, Goodner. Pack i _
and placed on five years pro- of 3R.yovac'
bation. During plea negotiations the David Lee Green,27,was arrested John Cleveland Wood, 40, of
following special Conditions were Nov. 19 at the Jo-Lu Motel charged Lawtey was arrested Nov. 18 for
recommended; one year in the county with aggravated assault according DUI,according to Patrolman Lyons. SMI
jail,will not operate a motor vehi- to Patrolman W. S. Alien. Green Wood refused testing. Bond was set Alkaline Batteries
2-Pack MD" "C",
sizes or
cle for five years, remain in alcohol allegedly pulled a gun on the victim at$1,000, he was ROR. 4-pack with 2 free size "AA
and asked him If he wanted! to die
counseling, attend DUI school,com- or I-pack site "9 Volt"Reg.1.972.57
plete $0 hours community work, said Allen. Mark Steven Faulkner,25,was ar- Ea. "4Jil s fly
make restitution to victim's familyof rested Nov. 17 for DUI, DWLS and ;
$5,000 and pay court costs, accor- Ronald Lloyd Byers, 36, was arrested unauthorized possession of Florida -T Packs$1J USA
ding to the! state attorney. Nov. 17 for possession of driver license, according to Sale Special Purchase
stolen property, theft, according to Patrolman Lyons. Bond was set at
3 Michigan Teenagers Deputy DeBeraglls. Byers was $1,465.25, he was ROR.P. .
Charged In Car Theft found In possession of a fivespeedbike $4.. 9.96 wY.'
that was reported stolen, said K. Thompson, 19, of Lawteywas
Police called to the DeBeraglls. Ground West Bend 10 Cup
were Pawn arrested Nov. 18 for wilful- Folgen Coffee
Shop on US-301 north of Starke Monday wanton reckless driving, according ,, Stay awake for this sale with an Quick Drip CoffeemakerA
after the owner became Timothy Henry Byers, 30, of to Patrolman Lyons. Bond was set at a N+, # eye opening price on coffee. 39 delicious to operate eye-opener on/off switch! Space and saving hinged dengn.easy carafe.
suspicious of three youths attempting Palatka was arrested Nov. 17 on a $262.50,Thompson was ROR. rite Dries In Regular or Automatic cover No.56620.
to pawn an electric sander. capias charging violation of proba- Fin r' 2.

The suspects became very ner- tion arson, according to Lt. David C.D.Thompson,19,of Lawtey was ,
vous when, questioned concerning Aderholt. Bond was set at $5,000, arrested Nov. 18 for wilful-wanton I Wal.Martalh Tissue x?;' ,
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the sander quickly leaving the store Byers remains in custody. reckless driving. Bond was set at Two-ply pack.sheets 300 roll.
and leaving behind the vehicle they $262.50, he was ROR. Available In white per r ,
were driving according to Charles Alfred Swafford, 35, was nlssl
Patrolman Jerry Feltner. A computer arrested Nov. 17 for trespass of a ;lira.' 78 speclal
check on the car and license structure, assault disorderly intoxication a1tM' Ate' MADE IN 1'HE Purchase
tag revealed both were reported according to Deputy ; USAF ,,
stolen from Michigan. DeBergalls. Swafford refused to Happy ,
Patrolman Feltner started sear- leave the Michigan Ranch where he /4a4'/
ching for the three suspects after' was causing a disturbance said qr
receiving a good description from DeBergalls. Swafford was releasedon
the store owner. Sometime later his own recognizance (ROR) and
Feltner located a 17-year-old and a ordered to stay away from the.victim thanksgivingGive
16-year-old who fit the description at ..
the Weldon St. intersection. The,
juveniles, both from Coldwater Misti Dawn Lawson, 20, of Hampton -
Michigan, are charged with grandtheft was arrested Nov. 18 on a capias
auto and petty theft, said, charging forgery uttering a thanks Special Purchase Reg. 11.94 Special Purchase
Feltner. forgery, according to Lt. Aderholt.She .
During the investigation the third was released after a $500 surety 25 7: $10
suspect, Richard Shannon Lynd, 18, bond was posted. for safety
was arrested at a Water St. address Mattel Disney Learn to Dress Mena Crewneck Shaker Sweater
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&ThfrlB86 Chevrolet Cavalier wasi DeBergalls. 1 speakerphone with volume control te b lton and "w" .y r a? and bottom In assonad.colory.auto ***. *
reported stolen from a car lot in COM! J busy!rcdjal. +f-lne powered!. with. batter))backup. '...i.... ,.'w.of, -.1. ', 't.. .". .. All acrylic... In sizes. ...SMUXL.trt4No. J
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the.trunk of the vehicle. The tag Traffic ,II"r".M f
was taken from someone's vehicle,. Christopher Lee Kroenert, 21,was
said Feltner. arrested Nov. 15 for attaching tag''
The trio is being detained for not assigned vehicle, petit theft, according Look For .

Michigan Lynd was authorities.also charged on a war-" to Lt P. T. Gorman. Buckle Up These F 8d 6 10

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Three Charged A heat pump '
In Motel IncidentThree

men were arrested Nov. 17
at a Lawtey"motel where they were anyone will feelcomfortable f J V
found with three female juveniles. :
The three Starke men were
registered at the motel with the 00. .
juveniles in their company. A late / t
night complaint from a guest in & ; ,: ;
another room called attention to the _
room where the men were. Captain with. .. .. -
,Ray Shuford and Patrolman H. D. .
Griffls were contacted after the .
Juveniles, who did not appear to be >Buy tba Tna!1200 hart pump. .... .
I registered guests were seen runninginto Ha bound to provide a long.batlnf ,,
the room. "* fcelnf/! 01 cm Cort. Because: the XC eIZOOVfcatheruTu
Reginald Dennard Jackson, '22, *heat pump la backed by an exduntve manufacturer year
'was charged with child abuse, sell- belted warranty on both the comp_and mil plus 2 yin 011 pula, And '
ing, giving, serving alcohol to a '1":411, the today aura high! t7t belpeftdJOUI'encrgy..geaDyearICII"
minor, according to Captain i Cal into for men details ea the XL 1200 beat pump Financing.anJlal Je,' Sale

Shuford. Jackson is being detainedfor $1 CV7 Special'

Marion County with no bond. ,e ,..,.. COWARTAir # $3 Pack Sale. r I Purchase
Roy Shane Jackson, 19, of 811 Ash Goodtintea'Child..... Videos
t.I of 6
St., was charged with carnal inter-, For Hawaiian Punch Fruit Punch CItooce from large ...1cc1tOn 01
with under 18 Ad II Microwave Popcona Fantastic for Holiday punch '. manyyurchildren'I
according -
course person Shuford. He Conditioning Contractors Enjoy.a delicious snack for the Holiday season Choice of Regular recipes! 64 Ounces 10%Fruit favorite characters including:
to Captain was "","".
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released after a $5,000 surety bond : CACO27638 I Huckleberry
was posted. s Bradford County and I 1964-80251 li Hound.Casper,Scooby Doo and
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Lorenzo Leon Hall,19, of Tom Hall
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I A, Recycling Start-Up Ihrgeted for First of Year H

Free: Hunter Education Courses OfferedThe GlMyCT -
By Joe
Florida Game and Fresh "Most firearm accidents are- ICT Staff WriterRecycling "Re:ycleSorous'Recycling Drives'"
Water Fish Commission will be offering preventable by following the basic drives In the three coun sponsored by the association
free hunter education courses commandments of firearm safety" of Bradford Baker and 1 local civic groups, have collectedover
during the month of December at the said Lt. Rudy Howell hunter educa- Union counties conducted by the 70,000 pounds of material for'
following locations: Fletcher High tion officer for the Gamml "vUi; New River Solid Waste AasoclationCNRSWA recycling. This was the first six
School Dec.3,5,8; Orange Park High Water Fish Commie"' : ). have netted a total of months of a program that NRSWA
School I Dec.'10,12,13 and at Ed White 70,490 pounds of recyclable says will continue due to its success
High School Dec. 17,18,19 Classes materials during the six month It will be phased out only as the Igloo
win run front e p.m. to 10 p.m. Effective June 1,1.1 all persona period Just completed reportedSolid system becomes more operational .
The twelve hour course Included born after June 1. 1m who wish to Waste Coordinator James and, Is more convenient for, .the
information firearm safety, hunt will be required 'law to complete Croft at a meeting of the governing homemakers. .
wilderness survival first aid ethics this course. Don't delay. Pre- board, Nov. 13, at the Bradford Materials collected in the monthly
wildlife identification, conservatin reglstratin Is required. Phone the County courthouse. drives only one pick-up per monthIn
laws and marksmanship Lake City office at 853-6331 A target date for having recycling each of the three counties)included '
"igloos" at all solid waste collection aluminum and steel cans;
stations and in several municipal newspaper, glass and plastic' soda',,
locations in each county has been and milk bottles.
More set for mid-January,1991,Croft also Bradford county led the way with,
I Rain Needed To Reverse Water LevelsEven told the board. 20.47 tons with Baker county collec-'
I.c Y ting 8.09 tons and Union county's 6.67 .
with above average rainfall mandatory water restrictions In- Igloos... tons.
for the month of October, ground- dividually when there is reasonable The igloos are large plastic containers The civic groups that co-sponsor,
water levels have dropped in all evidence that a water use or k 11i which have a capacity of the drives L and provide assistance
counties of the district from withdrawal is causing harm to an 1 I, over four cubic yards and will be with loading and separating the
September's already low levels. adjacent legal user. i 1- 111 labeled and color coded for the dif- materials received the proceeds"from :
River stations are nearing their The governing board asks that ferent to be the sale of the recyclable
recyclable products
historic low water levels and many residents watch their own water use Really a Captive Audience... placed in them.They stand about six Taxpayers also see a savings in the?,
of the district's lakes are drying up. and avoid wasting water. Children from Bradford Pre-School and Rod Buchele, County 4-11 Coordinator feet high have two drop holes on opposite long-term in the form of valuable
Either groundwater or sur- all ponder "what's hatchln" at the Bradford County Public feet andare saved. This Is 35 tons
facewater levels can trigger water Library Fall Storyhour. six fee Inbediametert up of mater that did not have to be;
shortage advisory phases. Shown above are Christina Lopez. Robert Paterson. Allison Moredock. A specially equipped, compartmented put in the landfill.
The current Modified Phase II Austin Carter Jesse Hipps. Thomas Alvarez Ashley Balllnger and Mr. truck with dumping attachment The recycling drives will continue
water shortage advisory-In effect Rod Buchele. will empty the Igloos operating in the thee counties on the,
since June 1989-began because periodically and transport the same schedule as the past six mon,
groundwater levels in several areas materials to a central collecting site ths. The first Saturdauy in Lake
were below the 10th percentile ((90 for processing and marketing. Butler next to the NAPA store on
percent of records reported for each ---.------- Seven igloos will be located at SR-121 the third Saturday In Starke,
\ ell'ih'ea: ured have been higher.) At this/ time of footing and ![ each collection point, for the at the Starke Plaza on SR-100 and
.With, .record low groundwaterlevels /estmriu{ ,wed like to depositing of seven different kinds of the fourth Saturday in Macclenny at
spreading into more counties, materials to be collected for recycl- the Winn-Dixie shopping center In
the Suwannee River Water Management express: our thanks for 5 SR-121. All of the drives start at 9
District's Governing Board is your Jritn(ship A ing.Glass must be separated into three a.m and end at noon. :
continuing the current water shor-
colors: a white Igloo for clear glass I
tage advisory.The happy and htattjy a green igloo for green glass and a
modified phase II advisory holiday to : brown igloo for brown glass.

avoids across-the-board mandatory ........ all- \ t's Plastics will be separated into two
water use restrictions. By Issuing
r .. igloos both red, but labeled one for
the modified phase staff the governing miiegr clear plastics(such as soft drink bot- Waldo Receives Grant
board allows district impose tles) and the other labeled HDPE
(high density polyethelene, which is From FmBA
x opaque.Examples of HDPE plasticsare
clorox bottles milk jugs The Farmers Home Administration -
dishwashing liquid, detergent con- FmHA) has approved $49,900
E-Z WHEELS tainers and other colored plastics). in grant funds for the City Waldo
s A blue igloo will be for newsprintand for its water and sewer system ex-
1320 N. Temple Avenue Starke a yellow igloo for aluminum.All pansion and Improvements. These
containers and items for
finds are in addition to a previousloan
recycling have to be clean and metal of$595,200 and grant of$715,000.'
caps removed from bottles,Jars and L. James Cherry Jr., state direc-
964-7753=:> Jugs. Newspapers should be stacked tor for FmHA announced that the
and fed! into bundles or placed In monies have been committed for Ci-
4 brown grocery bags ty of Waldo to finance an alternative
Igloos will be located at all current effluent dloposal method for' the
lHef r lt'1 HeF' ffi --- ., solid waste collection centers in waste water system due to
'lfjtBQ .\ : Bradford county and at least three regulatory changes after the projectwas
: "'A>> %'1f"'i
'Ut" locations in the city of Starke. '
under construction.
:.. :: ; '>"e:F' .Jnance$11: 4 % Hands-On Experience... Solid waste collection centers with State director Cherry stated that,

These willing participants observe the wonders of baby farm animals trash compactors are to be built in upon completion, the proposed improvements -
from Miss Sue's Pumpkin Patch Farm during the Library's Storyhour. Union and Baker counties, and will will serve approximate.
Shown above are Cheryl Miller Sarah Fitzpatrick Troy Whittle Mrs. have igloos adjacent as soon as ly 364 of the citizens in the service
: Romanelll Lacey Romanelli Mrs. Marba Whittle and Andrew Patton. operational. In the meantime igloo area.
BradfordChiropractic Parents can now sign their children up for the spring, session In stations will be located in strategic Funding for the project is being
February. locations within the county and made available under the agency's
CenterStarke cities., Water and Waste Loan ana Grant
Program.Assistance under this program
RecycleSaurous Drives... is intended to help rural com-
Office In the past six-months in Baker munities develop facilities that provide
218 S. Walnut St. Bradford and Union counties the essential services to rural
'Nat: ea the Ckunber of Co macros -. apEY !P1 g .lPJIt.J! residents and help make rural com-

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Headaches rL 1 Puck limiting Forecast,
Neck& Arm WANTED Excellent for OccidentalIf .
Mid Back duck
early surveys are correct
Low Back&-Ltg INJURIES hunters should enjoy outstanding-
Work Related Superior nurses who have track records hunting at the Occidental WildlUfe.;
Sports proven Management Area during the first'
Personal phase of duck season. The season

Auto Accidents of dependability, competence and care. If you are a 30 opened minutes Wednesday before sunrise.,November 21,at

DR. W. DAVID SIKBS "The 1,400 acre WMA located In
CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN RN, LPN, or CNA who wants to be treated like Hamilton County bluebiJa has a good population
of shovelers, s and ruddy
THE TEAM APPROACH ducks" said Steve Stafford wildlife]
you deserve to be: we offer top daily pay rates, scientist for the Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission.
24 HOURS A DAY.7 DAYS A WEEK "This will be the first year of
unlimited staffing, and great appreciation for j jobs public hunting on this particular
964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER pond and hunting Is predicted to be.

... .. .. ... excellent," be said.
'DIQ om..Haa1M JI a.. .1CHkOO.- 5.5.ly .. well done. Hamilton county Is a non-toxic
shot zone and hunters are reminded

YOU WILL LOVE BEING ON OUR TEAM. that bunting steel on shot the must Occidental be used Wildlife when

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st.*Writer with which it intended to build a ,_ }" I \ ,,;,
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complex Including a (DC) IMS vacated the 1 i I" : "
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that many Fred Fox residents Associates boo explain amount is considered to be "first ;heetrock. and has cleaned the ., : ; : :: J.9Vi ) .:
have much phase" money,to be used for planning grounds and buildings In
income for home repairs under a, and preliminary' construction.: Don of returning the property prepara-to the
proposed housing grant,sin though town.
their homes appear to be need? Councilman Gene Melvin said the The DC lease expires December
renovation.In sum Includes $2,500 for use in SI, but North Florida Reception n EVERYTHING!
the Tuesday Nov. IS, meetingof surveying the Fanner's Market property Center Business Manager Mike
the AT?, the vote to recommend ,donated to the town last year Bearden said the facility has no fur-
filing an application for the by the Florida of
grant Department ther use toe the storage area.DC bad
wan unanimous, although one Agriculture. used the market,with its large area
member said she felt like voting, Melvin said Interest earned on the under roof, to store building
against It, since a number of people $50,000 while waiting to be disbursed materials for the new prison in
were eliminated because of grosIn- accrues to the state, rather than in- Union County adjacent to the
dards.eometln.. maximum stan creasing the grant. Reception Center off SR-121. ff
Webb said he made a'house to .,

house peared canvass to meet of the homes criteria that and ap- Toll-Free Number For Florida VetsA

recorded the IJ'OIIIlueome of each as change In telephone service has director of VA'ill'roricl of-
given by the residents. There is no resulted in a new toll-free number in fice. Currently the regional office
reason to suspect people would In- Florida for veterans and their handles an average of 46.000 Information ; ? Our.
flate their gross Incomes, since a dependents seeking information calls per month. Counselors
higher L mimes preclude having about their benefits. The new will be available at the above : 5)
their with grant number, effective November 16, .la number between 8 a.m. and 4:30: : .,.
funds Webb saidV 1-800-827-2204 p.m. Monday thru Friday.
Webb came up with a list of 20 "Using this toll-free number Rainwater said that besides providing RegularPrices
homes whose residents qualify for makes it easier for veterans to get better service, the new
repairs with grant funds. If the answers to the questions they have. number will save the government a c
$375,000 grant la approved anaverage It is faster than communicating by considerable amount of money when -1
$15,000 may be spent on mail and provides a more personal compared to the previous telephoneline _r-
each home.Fred Fox Associates get service" said. Carlos L. Rainwater charges.
15 percent($56,230)of the total grant
for filing the application and administering -
the fund. If the grant is
dented Fred Fox Associates gets '
nothing. American
Webb said he found one house!that
.la too dilapidated to renovate, and AC Wick
grant funds may be used to build a
new home for the family providing I i lit- j5hoCjity.
funds are available after completing -v S
the 20 homes on the list,and the,flown' ,Hardware And Kerosene I Clearance Clearance
gets state approval.
Webb says Brooker has$19 points Garden Centers. Heat r
out of a possible 1.000 giving the WicksHand .
town an excellent chance of getting lArK_Supplyl Pill
grant. ),Jolt Portable Clearance Clearance
The application must be filed on or
before November 29. The town will Siphon Kerosene Heater Clearance Clearance
have 24 months to complete the Pump
repairs after notification the grant Is U ),fOUftlIlI"n) U UI ''d r t Clearance Clearance
O e O
approved, sometime In the spring, Clearance < Clearance
Webb said. $$199( Tune Up
The Brooker council approved the Clearance < Clearance

ATF's recommendation documents and to signedthe speed To Illeats...........New e e e 0 Clearance < Clearance
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1st Rodeo in 20 Years .i.

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It's Been Too Long According To Crowd of Over 600 .. : :' ;



By Stan Hammond experience riding a bull and my was showtime. Rootbeer came
thoughts during the entire ordeal.The out of the chute,stuck his nose up
first bull I rode was named Rootbeer, in the air and tried to jump over
he wasn't thatbig a bull but he was all the moon. How I stayed on I'll
Everyone does something for heart and mean as the day is long. AsI never know.' I clutched the rope
excitement,some fly planes,some stood outside the bull pen rosiningup tighter and wondered what he
drive fast cars,some climb mountains my rope, I thought to myself; I would try next. I only had about a
,then there are those that ride must be out of my mind to even think halfasecond to think about it as he
I in rodeos. For those of you who about getting on an animal who's had put his nose down and was
have never ridden a wild bucking trying to kick out the arena lights.At .
horse either bareback or saddle- this point in the ride about one
bronc or threw your riggin arounda and a half to two seconds had
seventeen hundred to two thou- elapsed it seemed like about two
} : sand pound bull I will attempt to hours. Ole Rootbeer commencedto
E describe for you the longest eight snort,twist,buck,and run all at
seconds known to man. the same time. As I sat on his backI
Before I start I would like to was being whipped around like a
state that I rode in rodeos while It rag doll. The croud in the bleachers
stationed Europe during the early went by in a blur of color,one
1970s with the United States Army second I was looking at the sky the
with the European Rodeo Asso- a t next all I could see was the back of
ciation,however I am much better Rootbeershead.Finallyafterwhatseemed
now and have fully recovered.The like about two days the
event that I rode in most often was horn blew signaling the end of the
f rN k ilY' the bull riding event Most people ride. Now came the problem of
who know anything at all about only goal in life was to see how fast getting off the bull Getting on
rodeos will tell you that you haveto he could get me off his back so he was no problem,he was caged up
be a little crazy to ride a bull. could start stomping my insides out. in the chute. Now he was loose,
(Above) Saddlebronc rider making< *good vtart. (above right)AU rodeo are traditional darted with the However is leave mad and for all he
that not the case at all, The buuerflies were starting to stomping was
I National Anthem and the Flag parade.(lower right)Kim Crlfffc from Starke hap a barrel.Kim placed
second In the Barrel. I will admit that it takes a great deal my stomach and stick in my throat worth. The clowns try to help you
of courage especially the first time. making breathing harder than nor if you get in trouble and were
To ride a bull the rider, first, mal. I almost chickened out several yelling at me to just let go of the
must consider that all the advantages times before ole Rootbeer was loaded rope. When I released my death
r are given to the bull. As into the chute, only the encourage grip on the rope ole Rootbeer had
stated earlier the bull ismanytimesheaver ment of my buddies kept me from his nose buried in the ground and
than the cowboy. The bullis leaving my rope hanging on the pen his hind feet high in the air. I
allowed to remove the cowboy and running for my life. Finally, sailed over his head turned a flip
from his back in any way he Rootbeer was run into the chute and and landed flat on my back. The
chooses. Usually he does this by the moment of truth was drawingnear. wind was knocked out of me and I
bucking, twisting and from timeto I climbed up the back side of couldn't move a muscle. The
time by rubbing the fence. The the chute and looked down at the bull, clowns saved me by luring the
cowboy on the other hand is very it seemed that even though he was a bull away from me and I'll never
limited in what he can do and use small bull he looked as big as a forget the two cowboys who were
to stay on the bull. A bullriders mountain. I lowered my rope down it dragging me to the edge of the
equipment is very simple;he has a was run through the loop and handed arenia. When got my breath back
set of dull spurs (dull so as not to back to me.the gate handler informedme I went to check my score only to
pcmnantly injure thebullapairofchaps that if I wanted to change my find that I had touched the bull
,a cowboy hat,a riding glove, mind that I needed to do it now,I told with my nonriding hand duringthe
a bull rope,and enough courage to the gate keeper that I had to know if ride resulting in a no score. I
fill the entire state of Texas. The I had what it takes to be a bullrider It thought to myself that I had just
bull rope is the cowboys only seemed likel salon that bull rorabout risked my life for nothing. After
prayer of staying on the bull. two hours when actually it was only riding a bull for the first time a
Now that I have set the scen- about twenty seconds.The announcer cowboy either loves it or is scaredof
erio,I will try to describe my first fmally, announced my name and it bulls for the rest of his life.HappyThanksgiviDg.

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.A- I Photo courtesy of Greg Crlte '
BCT Staff Writer [) ,
and .
Stan Hammond ;.j ... : lit'

This past Friday and Saturday, UHF Space Command Remote..50 Satellite Memory
the Riding arena at the Bradford 100 Favorite Video Programs Programmable VCR Tuner
County Fairgrounds was host to its Parental Control by Satellite by Channel On Screen Program Menu
first Rodeo in 20 years. Judging 100 Favorite Video Programs" 100 Favorite Satellite Radio Programs
from the size of crowd in attendance

/ 11 both evenings it won't be 20 years .. ',

before the next one! Everyone we _.__ ..
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i talked to had a great time despite :
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having to bundle up for protectionfrom : I'
the 50 temperatures. ISIi IT
The rodeo kicked off at 7:30 pm .. ,I e
both nights with the traditional
On Screen Display Module Antenna Positioner
playing of the National Anthem
"Favorite Parental
Program" Security
the lone
accompanied by a
36 Position Satellite Memory.. Convenient LED Display
horseman who carried the American
aaamta Built-in VideoCipher II Plus Decoder C/Ks Band
J Flag; this was followed by the Compatibility
showing of the flag of the state of "

t The first event featured Saddle '
Broncs and Bareback riders. Then .,
came the Calf and Team Roping
events which was followed by Movie Buffs f\jf/J\
I John Ruhl and his trutr mount.. Ladies Barrel Racing. The show ,
wound up with the wild and. wooly
Bull Riding event. Now is the time :for
'The official rodeo clown was
Starke's own John Ruhl whose !
antics} throughout the evening kept Satellite TV. Come in .

the crowd doubled up in laughter.But .
the clowning around is only and see a demonstration
one part of his job. He is also
responsible for distracting the bulls on Zenith Satellite
so fallen riders can escape serious
injury. John has been clowning Systems Today... '
around for rodeos and helping to _
the riders for and
protect many years
Home Satellite
is currently working for Geiger Receiving System
Rodeo out of Hilliard FL who were
behind this event 4 "
Kim Griffis who can be seen at rranty v a e.aiys

+ "'vars Starke's Ooldkist Feed on HWY *
301 N. in Starke a local sponsor Same As Cb'(1ulcs q
and project coordinator of the event '
also participated.Kim placed secondin

Friday nights Barrel Races and ..
on'a lark entered Saturdays Calf
Team Roping event and performed 496-2241

admirably. 964-7596 WINKLER'S LAKE
After the Rodeo Kim had this to

say,"We are extremely pleased with STARKE BUTLER
Despite the chilly weather,die crowd love the action and --'. the event and I'm already thinking
wash to walt aeotber 30 year. about next years."



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November 22 (MM) TKI.KiHAI: I,TIM Eli: tit MUSI1'UIt- ..:!.TIO\, I'age 711d
4-H ----
Exchange Delegate From
I Lt Bradford County Economic Development

Taiwan Spends Week in Bradford"You Corp. Welcomes New.. Members

have nice A new year begin for the A few highlights include: file
people and a big that make good agricultural sense. Bradford County Economic tax exemption for building material
country, so said Ching Chi Lo a Development and used in .
EnterpriM Zon
visiting Conservation is important here,we : program Enterprise
from the 4Hprogram have begun to realize that congratulations go out to the new Zone properly ux credit. Sale Tax
in Taiwan. Ching has been president. Richard Welly. Attorney; exemption for business
in America for the past four and single most Vice President, Dr. William used in Enterprise Zone. Credit
one half months of a scheduled six important thing we can do to insure l Marchese, Dentist; Secretary, Cindy against sales tax for job creation.
month visit. He is part of the that our children have a chance for a Boatwright, First Union; and Enterprise Zone jobs tax credit.
International 4-H Youth better quality of life than we have Treasurer, Jerome Johns, Community Community contribution ux
Exchange and we protect our environment. State Bank. New Directors include: incentive.
Program and last week he
spent Especially along the mountains Jcannio Baker Bradford Hospital and
touring various farms in Bradfordand where people would Andy Frashuer, St. Johns Business Remember Ux laving are
many normally
Union counties. i Services. offered to businesses who invest in
"You have a lot of space in try to plant crops. We realize the Part of the duties of the saner or who amply zone residents
which to grow, in Taiwan we have importance of protecting our corporation 'include the and other targeted employees.In .
very limited space. Taiwan is about environment""Soon I administration of the Starke todays tight economy, tax
half as large as Florida and we are ti Enterprise Zone. Hero are some savings may just help keep your
I will be for :
two/thirds leaving interesting benefits for area head above water. Call the Bradfotrd
mountains. We have Washington D.C. where I will businesses located in tho Enterprise Economic Development Corporation
19.8 million
people living on the share my experiences with others Xona kt 964-7373 for further details.
island of -
Taiwan. -
We have
who have been here from at least
farms, we make use smaller machineryand ten different countries and those t---- A Special Welcome to New !Members of the CorporationCarl
we extensive use of any from the U.S. who have been
agricultural breakthrough. This abroad. I think we'll all agree that I Hunt, Hunt'Exxon Service
includes hydroponics, double we have learned a great deal about fhJ Bill Dowllng. BUI'CB Radio & Electronic
seasons, and tissue culture. Our Patel, Dixie Motel
each other and this can be a positivestep 3 Bhupat
system of agriculture is intensive. in learning to understand each Dimple Oventreet,Dimple'Style Shop
"We importa large majority of other. Joe Hula Starke Power Equipment
the vegetables we need to feed our Richard Sullivan, Land Title Information Service
population and therefore any June Davis, Davis Express .'
improvement we can make on our Maxie and Jan Norton,Norton Telecommunication
yield is beneficial. I would say that Maxie Carter,Carter Enterprise
farmers here in the US are much See map below for relative Steve Reagan: Reagan Farm
better off financially than we are. location of the Island of Taiwan Mark Muffins, Crosley' Manufacturing Company
Our government provides some Rod Buchele fluid with Ching Chi Lo a 4-11 Delegate from 1 lwan.
I guaranteed price supports but not Ching spent a week In Bradford County and Bayed with Rod In hit
nearly as intricate as the United home In Starke.
States." Registration Set at SFCC in StarkeFreshman

"Our climate is similar to Harbin Sea ofJapan
Florida's as we have an average registration begins large variety of classes in Business,
annual temperature of 70 78 but / next week for all new students plan- Accounting and Computers, in-
our average annual rainfall is 68-70 Changchun lalwan I*approximately half ning to take classes for the first time cluding Word Processing, Intro.
inches while Florida has averaged Tokyo the area of Florida with a this Spring at the Andrews Center of D-Base and Electronic Spread-
Santa Fe
Community College in sheets.
just over 20 inches. We import a NORTH KOREA I population of 19.8 million.The Starke.
large amount of citrus fruits from Shenyang bland I*two/third mountain The special registration for the Other classes of interest include a
Florida, including grapefruits and JAPANP'yongy which means that better than Spring 1991 which beginson philosophy class in Ethics, Math for
oranges. We also import grapes Osaka 00%of the population live January semesterl! take place Health Related, Anatomy and
from southern California. I also ang along the coastal area November 27-30 at the College Officein Physiology, Nursing Assistant and
just read that we signed a deal to "\ surrounding the bland. Starke.In the Real, Estate Course required fora
Beijing Dalian Seoul addition to basic classes in salesman's license.
a huge amount of from
import Minnesota. I SOUTH Math, English, Social Science and For more information, please call
read it in the Tlanjln Humanltlo the whcdulp Include a 9st5382.PUUC1.
Minnesotapaper while 1 was there KOREA Kitakyushu

Taiwan a week.exports some items suchas Jinan

Bamboo, asparagus, some East China
species of mushrooms and onions.
The majority of Taiwan peoples Sea
have a garden but their garden is Zhengzhou [ I
more for show than for yield. To a -
Taiwan resident, their garden is a a Nanjing ShanghaiHangzhou
sense of pride. They hire landscape Xi'an
consultants to come out and help
them plan what to put in their tenor
twelve foot garden area.
"We have i become a big importer Wuhan
of beef. The steak house is

'becoming the most popular r Fuzhou T'ai-pal NOTICE I.-.-
restaurant among my people, said Changsha
Ching Chi Lo. "I have learned TAIWANSUN
much during my visit in the United
States and the people have been

very kind. It's been a great Guiyang. ..'"
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( ) 2 wood siring shingle roof plus free
Inside or out, Indlv. care reasonable Q...
Runt Good. Drasdcally reduoedprioet
1077 FORD GRANADA. delivery ft set-up. $282.20 per mo.
rates 964-9560. (Ztchg) 6
S3(1g. 864-8602. 2 Call 1-755-5114. Circle B Homes sglwlde dblwlde our lowest prices o
ever. Call North Florida Housing 904-
EMP Lake 4
City. HORSE FOR SALE 7yr.old Bay Gelding: .,.
77 FORD $300 or trade. 9648405(1 FLEETWOOD DEALER REPO. due to 755- 207. 12 CHG
( hton) 2 CHG the closing of a Jax.dealer new 28x64 $"50. 782-3281. ((3tchg) 6 .1991 FLEETWOOD Deluxedblewlde.LR. y,

73 DODGE 1/2 ton $200 or trad 964S405(1tchg Fleetwood. /3BH, 2BA at 21300. CHGCHILD'S den. 3BR 2BA only $208 mo. fixed
2 CHG PONY gentle, excel) wI kids No down for landowner Call
( ) Has storm window, plywood floors, money .
8 AT. Great Christmas gilt $300 firm 964- 9047555207. 12 CHG
1979 all eleo.and more Call our area rep at
PB$500.984-42VAN (2tpd ck 904-448-6103. Financing avail. No 5311. (Ztchg) 8 CHG DBLEWIDE' NEW. 1.991 DESTINY! w/

265) 2 PD dealer. Public only. ((2tchg) IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS. Teddy Bear shingle roof wood siding If refrfg. 10 THANKSGIVING SPECIAL
77 FORD STATIONWAGON Country Enquire 4MUST Hamsters A variety of colors, ages yr. floor system guaranteed. House' +HAVING PROBLEMS FINANCING Worry no' longer. Let us ol Terwlllegar

AD. PB. PS. New paint $800. SELL! We have built new home and sexes.$2 each. Limited time.Call type door. Setup ft delivered for only Realty handle all your home financing. We con get you the lowest Interestrote

964-7275.. (Itch;) end must move! 12x55 Mobile Home 6 Dan 782-3507.PD ((3tpd do 582)) 169mo.Call Fll'lt Coasl Mobile Homel do all the necessary promising' and all you need worry about Is get-

CHG 1980, 2BR, 1 BA. CH&A Well pump today 9047521452., (Ztehg) ting belongings packed. The time Is right. Why wait? Treat yourself to
... CADILLAC. 1968 Okie Delta, '88 included FOR SALE poodle puppies. First shots 12 CHQSINQLEWIDES. your
.18 A power pole Must be that beautiful new home you've always wanted. Coll us today and make an
and wormed. each. 9644507.
Royal Brougham. Mull eel one. AD moved. Now only $5200 OBO or $50 new Fleetwood 4Destiny' home.
to own a new
dean 964-7955.. (Itpd r* 7851) take over payments$160/mo.Great ((1tpd 7524)) 6 PD have been drastically reduced appointment DESIGNED FOR TODAY'S UFCSTYlll 5.4 acres of beautiful land locatedout

3 PDFOR for tarter home or 2nd homel! Call starting prices of $6995 set In the country. This 38'/2 Asa home with over 8400 sq.ft. Is just perfectfor
I 782-3634 TFN 4 up & delivered. Call First Coast Mobile the dream home you've always wanted. Not only does It have so many

r 2 BR TRAILER for lease or sale at city Y, r as,,\ c tes'Yara Homes today 904-752-1452. extras, but has one tl the nicest fish ponds stocked with bream bats, and

limit mark 9646374. ((2tchg) SEASONED((2tchg) OAK FIREWOODHG load channel catfish. What a dream to walk out your door and bring supper homeIn
sale off 16 Morgan. 3rd M.H. Wed. minutes. Call today to make an appointment. +
$65. 964-5624 or 964-4287.
MOBILE HOMES Hwy 41 Nov. 21. Coats trunk lawn ) RENTALS Nice 2BR/1BO duplex at Klngsley lake. Call today for details..
LEASE: 1.000 sq ft and 2.000 sq.ft. N. of Lake City. 752-6221. New 3BR 12 PD .
301 South, Soulhpoint Plaza. 964- 2BA dblwldea $198 mo. plus nloareoI. tent bags. (Itpd) 7 NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERNMENT This won't last long!
648 or 473-3627. TFN 3 ((2tchg) PDYARD PERSONAL PROPERTY.Florida Dlv. *SILVER LAKIi Adorable brick home, 2BR. 1BA, deck., beautiful view
SALE Fri. A Sat ANTIQUE Class $59.500.
of Surplus Prop.Rt4 Box 1515,Starke,
FOR LEASE: 1,000 sqft and 2.000 Curio Case.oriental $450. English FL Inspection Nov 27 from 9-3.SALE GREAT RENTAL INVESTMENT 2-story frame apartment building located
CLftTFN 3 //ANIMALS" Armolr $600. old wooden cupboard Nov. 28 9 a m. Indlv. & dealer on Cherry St. Stays rented but owner wants to sell and nitre Good Income
$1200,"old"cheat$50. Other household welcome. Call 9645601. property.. Call today I I4t
STORE (Mtchg)
Madison A
comer Approx.W.1500 sq f ft. Bldg Orange wample AKC REGISTERED mahogany, sable A 315 Lafayette. till 7 (Itpd ck 179)) STARKE CHURCH OF GOD Ladles Bath, double fireplace beautiful tile with, carpet, CHSA, w/double It'. wonderful carport
manicured lawn In-ground pool. a
pa.k-i'ng. $850 mo 2 yrs. plus taxes.Forlntocalt white Shetland Sheepdog,male' stud, 07 PD Ministries have fruit cakes for sale. To garage GORGEOUS
I ; Bill Greene904-222-7500. (miniature collie) contact 9649560.EQUALHOUSMQ 3 FAMILY YARD SALE. Kids clothes ordercall964-4467or964.8583. ((1 tpd neighborhood to raise your kldil
e 8 stuffed animal din's trailer Park off 7648)12) PD *START RIGHT HERE) Thl.lov.ly 3BR frame home In the city limits would be
Morgan In Starke. First trailer on left. perfect for just starting out. CHAIn good condition. This won't lost long at

Frt A Sat. ((1 Itehg;) 7 this low 1 low price.
4e CHG *. 30 ACRES IN LAWTEYi We have 30 acres that can be broken up Into
YARD SALE. Fri A Sat. SR 225 between :'F.'Q J,' ENj' : IG( -acre tracks or lust' about any way you would Ilk. Owner financed

16 and 301.. (Itehg) 07 CHEAP.. CHEAP. CHEAP. ACRE LOTS IN KIYSTONI These lots have

CHG beautiful oaks, lots of shade trees, just waiting to build your dream home

225 W. to NW 25th St Follow lots for rent water and sewer furnished *. TWENTY ACRESt Has two 4"wells, septic tank 3 acre fish pond and many

signs. Home Interiors and more. cable tv available 782-3333 extras. Make an offer today I
(Itehg) 7 CHG TFN 133BR.2BATH YOU MOVE ITs 2B Mobile home. Must sell Immediately!

DOUBLEWIDEmobilehome *. HURRY LOOK! LOTS REOUCEDi Lots on Parker Street and Wilson Rood

on Griffi Loop on private have .been reduced. Call today for more details.
,;Real Estate" 'acreage.Stove and refrig,furnished +RICK HOME ON MIMOSA DR.t This 3 BR. 2BA CH/A home has |ust'been

(Out, Of AceaOCALA carpeted throughout.$325 month, REDUCED for quick sale.' We must sell this home located In one of the finest
$150 secu rity..282-I'F' 13 neighborhood In town. Call today. Don't delay You'll b. sorry to miss such

G) lots, river access $5950 each No WALDO 'ViLL SOw'! renting 2 bdrm *LAKEWOOD ESTATESi Two 1 acre lots side by side, buy one or both.

1rJi', money down. $71.41 month. Owner.. apartment Centrally located between Wonderful location.
1-236-4579 or 1-622-2433,, TFN Starke and Gainesville. All Z-ACRES ON 14 WESTi Beautiful locution, fantastic neighborhood.' Nice
j i 10 electric free pest control, CH/A, onsite place to raise your children.
laundry room. Ask about our *IO ACRES ON It EASTi Great farm land. or wonderful new home site.

...L' .R'nJSxn ;.Dart. K ......-.- !. ih'11iolr.'Ad' : .FQ' ::$' LE special rate.'Equal Housing.. OpportuMOBTLE1 = Make appointment now.
ai. < vll<" .nn.;>ot 'TC\ fillY? For nrore.468 4g-t1rc.p.Rr W CLUBi located of the .best
,_ >TWOT ACttrtOTS: COUNTRY Beautifully one
MT-" new taM rn trr n r dfjni i 't c1t'ts'7'G'r"It'fJ' oj I ."'"om
.., .q
: s' >J..1ES. R:> 'rgENTwdfixNSvnr :u !flhWrftobdun; l friendliest people you could meet. Call today. and lets
nlii c. b\ '
ERA; N "
Faulnerealty: + ...' .ihcit**vV horn .' rted.
71 FORD Positive traction rear end with WATER. SEWER CABLETV-.TBHl-:

Located Hwy. 301. 2 Blocks South of CR 100.221 Lafayette St.. 350 gear. $150;Realistic 40 channelCB 1 BATH. 964-7498 TFN 13

$30. 2 front Monroe gal shocks
for a Ford 4x4 only used for 3 monlhl.. MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY
*LAITJ OENEVA-INCREDIBU DEALIi houses 1-3BR. 1.2aR'w.r(1.( total'waterfront. $25.964-3939. 12 WATER. SEWER. CABLE TV 964-

2 docks In city limits. Will sell together or separates. .You won't FRESH CUT ALICIA HAYIN ROLL Mulch 7498 TFN 13. David La wson Pa i n t & B ody Shop
believe the prkel Call Today 173-90 I for landscaping. 782-3140. tfn HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS ,

*OWNER FINANCING Nice 38R IH BA brick home on over 2.5 ocre.. CHA, 12 rent Close to prison. Call 468-1323. Insurance Collision Work 'FREE Estimates

New above ground pool close to schools. Call today. 160-90 HANDI) HOUSE PORTABLE building*, TFN' 13

*OET YOUR HOUSE PLANTS READY Beautiful city lot 150x150. all cleared.. forage building) garage, green-
Ready H>build. Call for details. 171.90 house NO DOWN PAYMENT.. Hwy MOBILE bedroom HOMES.Near FOR Prison RENT. : 2 and 3 CR229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133
*KEYSTONE! Beautiful cedar and brick home. View of Lake Brooklyn. 301 South. 964-6848 TEN I or 4681323.
--tlfullot. greenhouse, on paved rd. Priced for quick sale, 163-90 12 MOBILE HOME
Imagine yourself In your dream home on 10 acr... from Furnished.
alt 2BA 2 story home. Make an offer today. 154-90 PAYMENT.Hand) House portable 13 city.' 468-1323 TFN

KEYSTONE LAKEFRONTS Home In the city Close to schools. 3BR 2BA hug. buHdlng Hwy 301 South Starke 964- WHY RENT? Home for $1.00.
8848 TEN2 Repos. V.A. F.H.A. &
family room. Call today I (155-90 _
*NtCB BRICK HOMIi with 3BR MBA In city with CH1A, garage nice landscaping PECANS FOR SALE .75 per Ib already Gov't glue programs! For Into ,

priced to sell at$49.ooo.CoIl appointment. 157.90 picked..La y.N.onl25.II"'lro.d, :call 604-6494670 Ext! R-9579. CONVENTIONALHOME
on right 105. 782-3094. (pd 11/12).. 13
*LAWTEY AREAi 4 acres W/2BR BA home with 3-car carport with work shop
and 2BR IBA Used for 12 EFFICIENCY ROOMS Furnished, utill-
a MH rental Also Active fruit stand, Call qn this one to-
day. .. 108-90 4X8X7 PLYWOOD CONTAINERS for del paid. A/C., quiet No children or FINANCINGCall
CLOY TO SCHOOLSi 2BA home with CHAA auumobl.IMg.price reduced ale. Used exterior plywood for tale. pet*. No drinking or dope. 9645685.
7821543. TFN 12 ,, 13
to 32000. 97.90 I LIKE NEW EXERCISE EQUIP.,Treadmill 3 BR 2 BA BRICK HOUSE In Harold K. Davis
CLOSE TO SHOPFINOi 2BR 2BA CB home country.
; find yard carport and nice
bike A
rowing Lifestyle ,Unfum. $400
mo. plus dep. Now takIng
florkla room (could be made Into 3rd BR) Many extra features By appt.only. Sear 782-3314. -
by (2tchg( ) e_. 964-5734 after 4 pm. : Ph. 964-3739
9J.90 12 ,
+3 LOTS W/LAKE PttVUEOSSi located In Lakeside Hlls.| Each lot.Is 75x200. on GMORTGAGE 1Sr PjO.Box 668,Sterile,Ft
paved road. Priced to sell all 3 lots for$7800. 109-90 -& Longchamp' Bldfr
*LAKESIDE HILLS Lot 75x100 priced to sell at$1695. "".90 Starke>ffice;; a.++wt + US! 301 South

*READY TO MAKI MONEY Here's your chance with this active chicken form.
Call today lor more details. 158-90 jiiif6 LAWko'UTLAW

*A FRAME COUNTRY HOMI Very unique country home on 2.4 acres 1882 sq ft A A A 1A A A I a 1 A A a ,

CHftA. only 3 yrs old. 162.90

+LAKB FRONT HOMES 2/1 completely furnished. 1.3 acre. Great place to Thinking of buy ingor

retire. Priced for quick sale. 124-90 ? selling? Call us! Accelerated Realty inc. '
COUNTRY CLUB 3/2 1986 sq ft. 4 yrs old. Owner has reduced price. Has ,
:3704: well. 131-90 T5te % ) ,

*4M ON ONI ACiI Ov.r 2300 sq ft 200 on 301 N. Owner anxious and will |
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finance with great term. 100-90 I Your Full Service Real Eatato Office 964-4544
*OtDER WILL-ReI HOMEi In lawtsy. 4BR 2BA over 1700 sq ft. 1.32 acres TAkkLK.. ,

completely. tensed City water. 88-90 HwY.-S61 S.
on 2. acres, all appliances., CHftA, t CF4
.David Podgo, MS
garage. 6 yes old. Keystone area.. 89-90 "llW-i. S370Florid. A Starke, FL c __ '

*BEAUTIFUL HOT DW.WIDE.. on 1 acre. Owner moving must sell.. Will consider .. State C.r ttll.lrf S. ((6'44.20<
lease purchase.; 125-90

finance.*11 ACRES OF WOODED. LAND Beautiful. On 21 B. Priced right. and owner will ,/Jtqm( VLct JAereteW erfront '

*NATO THAT LONG DRIVE Clow to RMC with 2.23 acre. 153-90 132.90 A s/Farras vConuneichlREDUCED ,

'DONT MISS THIS ONII Price reduced-Owner must sell soon I 4BR 2BA In *?tn iWiflos.WpriiS / ':Ne"" w4SR/3Ba kick. Stave, .eIj: Dishwasher. CH/A, Sun
72-90 I,Deck. 2040 SF. Garage,Wall ft Septic. 1 Ac.. 75000. A
*NtCEBUSUMNO; LOT 310x129 priced at$7500. 123-90 3't.n,, ACRES IN THE COUNTRY! ..- _. CB w/P rmanent Paint Stucco.

*TWnKVAASSUMABlECan'tbeatthlsonel3aR2BA. 148-90' a '3Lgt/2IA. CHftA. fireplace. Family' Room, Snack Bar, Laundry Room: ,
*MAOm ft BEAUTIFUL HOUSE Must seel l III l l 150-90 J
Happy Thanksgiving 10x14 Utility Bldg w/Watar ft Elect., 75000.
*EXCELLENT CONDITION Only$33,500forthis 3BR2BA, 169-90 il'LANDSCAPEO CORNER! lOTi 3BR/3BA CB Home Large Family Room
REDUCED 7_101 rental unite 3/4 acre paved parking.$89,900., 172.90 i Owner Sacrifice a I
w/Adolnlng| Screened Parch, CHftA, Range ReM ft Dishwasher, 1800 A
*HWY 14 EAST 38R 2BA brick ...". .,..Apprax. 1700 sq ft. fireplace, hardwoodlloors. .' Brick 3BR, 2BA CHI I SF $75,000.100M .

168-90 This week only .. I TIN WATER 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brkk. Living Dining Family
-,*13 ACRE NICE3BR IBA Dblwlde 30x50 Pole bam.26x50 work shop 167.90. ,. I .. OUA. 2310 SF, Porches 2.8 Acres. $87.000. ,
SALVAGE YARD USED CAR SALES Excellent opportunity .118-90 '' 1'QtHET' ft PEACEFUL 3BR/2BA Home, Wall ft
199 DW MOBILE HOME like new total aloe over 1 Two-Story Septic. 1 Ac.,
*M ACRE ,BEAUTIFUL. BLDO situ Approx. 100 pecan trees, 'fenced stocked acre. a I ,
.. COUNTRY LIVING Brick, 4/2: CHftA, 200&, 9 acres, pool. ,$40.000. '
.( stipend ; 113-40 +DOUBUWIDBI NeW appliances'on'3 acres Excellent for horses ft kd" I,"MAKE AN OPRR) 3BR/1EA Pr_, Screened Parches. 14x16 Utility

4R4MDIMO LOTS AND ACREAGE ,107-90.. AM ACRES NORTH OF LAWTEYi Owner will consider I Bldg. Well ft Septic, Large Lot.
*BAVUU HWY 2500 sq ft house- on 1 1/4 acre. Under 60 T, 103-90; TO STAFKEi CB; 3/2. CHI financing..CONVINI.NT I o. ACRES IN THE COUNTRY MR/ISA Doublawlae MH CUM, Stow ft A
.LAW1'IY 531..acre.: A. FPL 1352 It., Ige.work shop.
69-90' *INCREDIBLE BUYs kick 4/2, I Refri, $40.000.
CHftA 1946 H.
New root only $53,000.
HAMPTON LAKI One of the nicest lots on the lake plus 3BR IBA remodeled' .
C.III.for *FRAME R/lln Storke, fenced back yard 10000. a COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ,
an Inspection. .
COMMERCIAL/OFFICE RENTAL SPACE Available. Ask far 96-90 *COUNTRY HOMI ON 3 ACE IS 13/2 great room wood stove,'over 1500 sq.H. I"WALNUT' STREET Two Buildings Suitable for Small Business. Far Rent or
property manager.Catt 'BROOKXR ARiAs NICE! NICE, I DW 3/2 with lots of extras 1/2 acres fenced. ) Lease.HWY.

EXCELLENT LOCATION! walk to everything, CB. 1200 sq. 'It. 3/1,.CHI"". ,. Ml SOUTHi 200 Ft. on Highway.' Plenty of Warehouse Spoor.A

One of Our Professional *CONNERV ESTATUiBrick. 3/3 on I acre, ,"- cond.. landscaped yd. ,HWY Ml NORTHi Salvage! Yard with :3 BR/I BA CB "-. SW Mobile

I CONVENIENT. FENCED YARD 2 BR. 1 .... Inexpensive living. a Home.. 40x40 Auto Repair Shop.: Septic Tanks ft 4 Wells, :3 Aces

Trained Staff Toda ...9C4-50G9 .BEST ARSAi Stark:Brick, Over 2000 s5.'double''garage on 2 large lots.LAKIVttONTi |,SAST CALL STREET Office Bldg. For Rant or Le.e.a .

Fish 4 Swim. Wend cottog. Fum.' Sandy beach .
A .Hourt Call These RfaltorAitociattif I SELECTED PROPERTIES
.NATIONALLY KNOWN ELECTRONICS BUSINESS For Sale to Qualified<:( Buyer li_ be
44 ACRE! Can purchasad In 20-Act. Tracts, Near Lawtey.
:( Trent', Faulkner..964S142Darlent *LAWTEY AREAi Spacious older home.3/3 Owner1.Imancea'j: /' \IB ACRES Frontage on Hwy 223. ,

r ., Oodwln.468-2S03 NON QUALIFYING Assumable mtg..3/1, )In town,$34.000. 1 I HOM8 BLDO. LOTS Hwy 14 W, City Water Sewage. Owner Financing. '
I .BEAUTIFUL I STORY brick ft cedar farm home. 4/31/7'Mon 36 Acres) BLOO. LOTS Oak Irooker.POUR .
140MI Shady S/D.
Warren .
"Woody" Ryd',.....964.9040 *
*P ARM HOUSE ft BARNS on Sac.Oood area. Close, to5torlIIEt' JCED
-ACRE TRACTS Breaker, Hwy. Frontage Owner Financing.
Thomai (Tom) Gt'O'.964-6186! **CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITE* BR.CH/A, 1300 SF. 1 oc. REf .1,1&1&.1 Mann. 468-2SOfi Ml SOUTHi large triple wide 3/2 On 4.5 plus cWo Close.In I r"I.LAWTIY
E ,J ARIAS Nice MR 1 1/2..4 sop. rental., all on I acre. RVENJNOSi

,Connie( William .....Property, ,HI.'h ..., .BULDtNO LOTS IN STARKE AND COUNTRY CLUB AREAi Acraoge.WATERFRONT A Waya.O.eMa 144$$3 MOeM.M+MA ,

"' Crosby Lake Canal', f large Dry ..fYqpq.f) y rtInane..lH! ( T BRIOe.a.9I41 4/

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dally&weekly rate,kitchenette avail. HOUSE FOR SALE rms ends acres of any good Wll away.'782-3M7.
1LawtOy. 782-3332. ((2tpd '7520)) land$30,000. Has 2 bam also Cal 7837) halt l-PIICI-Antlque, wordrobos and 'IAK*'" GINIVAItIBUANawIy COOL Off In this above ground pool In
762-3373. TFN 16 HAUUNQ OF ALL TYPES. Also yard draseer. 1900-1930 era.$850.659.2691. decorated: hem. eeoutlful herdwood the summer. Stay toasty warm by this
FURN. 1 BR APT., dean quiet, adult work 782-1543. (TFN) 17 2tpd11-21-29.0003332. floors throughout. Built-in.ranee and wood stove ki the winter. 3SR/2BA..
only. 830 N. Temple Ave. 964-9424. e'E'.s'dN 'r! '\ COUCH-Loveseat. chair and ottoman. oven, refrigerator furnished. This B>kk. Fenced established subdivision
((2tchg) 131BRLARGETRAILER. .. .... ,.. .". .tl" ,. nMLs, S, BABYSITTINOIn my' home.Birth/ school Good condition.. $150. 4730329. won't last. at $373 per .month $375 In dty Hmlts. Assumable> morlaage' .
.Eleo heal$60 wk .. ', .. aoe. Mon-Frt from 8 to'.2 Hot meals. "pet".21-C1OCXJ355 deposit, toke Geneva Rentals. with no qualifying: $79,000.'473.3756.! I
or by mo. plus tea 485-1371.((1tchg) snacks.084341.. Ask for DebUe.(4tohg .73-291'.lch ll.l-29 TFNREPOSSESSED' I
13 CHG WANT TO DRINK THAT'S YOUR BUSI- ( ) 151/11-Lake Geneva H/AC$300/mo. VA- HUD HOMIS.. 4'a
2BR, 1 BA HOUSE FOR RENTOR SALE. NESSI! WANT TO STOP? THAT'SOURSI PAINTING)AND PRESSURE WASHING.QuaUtyworhtaffordab..prtoas. NOTICE 4734MU 7430. 4tlll5Jl212e available from government from $1, YJ. I
300 Mo. plus tea or sell for $4990 Alcoholic Anonymous 964- .FnwEssmats without credit check. You repair. Aba t.. .If
down and $269 mo. 964-4990. 3619.964-4150.964-8614. 17 *. Cole) Contra tIn Q" CLAUIFUBD ADVERTISING should bo tub- IM/IBA-Ona block 'from library. S&L bailout properties. Call. ,t'
mlttod to Iho Lake Raglan Monitor of. $230/mo. 473.4'ol 7430. l-BOS-e2-7995 for list In
13 CHQNEED 4111 after 5 p.m (ipd 07838) repo your. .
CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. Free estimates 11 PD lice In writing and paid In advance 4HM3.21-a -l2-o eree. 3tpd l l.13.12.5/003291 ';"

f .',, .v..o".. "e...'_ ; .,' HANDYMAN FENCE CO., Roof .leak or repairs. CM Woody 064- unlow. credit I.I. already established HOUSE IN-Melrosa.. 2M and large den SPACIOUS NIW-3BR/2BA.: 2..,garage
rj.f': b ),Y! NJ 'p\, I owner Tommy Reddish. 0844560.. ,S405.(1tohp( ) 17 CHQ with this office.MONITOR could ba 3rd BR. IVtBA. Nice fireplace many extra large owner 'r
,,,:'H., ,. e., m. ." ..,, .. .. .. ;.." : TFN 17ALTERATIONS SEWING ALTERATIONS.. SpeoUUie RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN neighborhood paved street cable. lot on paved street. Brooklyn'' Boy Cir,
: zippers, hem, buttonholes In Evening gowns and fancy dra..... CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER lako for swimming. Matter BR hallIk.ln cle. Clay County. 4733150.
EXTRA INCOME? Be Avon petches.etc. Drop off and ptok closet. Center Kitchen 2tchgl 1-21-29
an 1 Call M*. Grim* 64-0S43.. ((3tohg) THE TELEPHONE. H/A.
representative for Information call up. day a week,7am-8pm,964- 17 CHQ Classified deadline It 11:00: a.m. Tuesday equipped Large shady yard. Available
Ramona at 7823068. 15 5687. Plnehurst Variety across from December 1. S400 per month Includes LAND'AoAcal.lulldlng
HOSPITAL SouthskJe Elem. Hwy 100-TFNCUSTOM BAKER LP GAS. Family ownad A '' prior Thursday's publication collection
JOBS start $80/hr.your operated. Minimum charge It S3.SO for 15 word, garbage and water. Call
area. Noexp. necessary. For Info call 17 Senior Clt dso. Bulk tank rent than IS cents for each additional word.If Fran at 475-167B for appointment tasee. lots. Owner will
1-900-226-9399, ext.1799,6am- WOODWORKING a repair, $2.50 mo We sell tank a solicit oust bill are mailed out thora will be Stchgl 12129120SERVICES finance. Almost any terms. .tween''
8pm,7 day.,$12,95 phone lee.WATKINS addition, repair,remodeling mobile. owned tanks.We put a full 100 R>.In $3.00 billing charge a ..", .. Road and Becker Road. Write.
15 homes, cabinet* and craft Phone cylinders for 123 on our dock at 110 A Moiling oddroM: P.O. Box 1171, "Joy". I7.V1 Oriole Road. Ft. Myers'
NEEDSAREPRESENTATIVE 473-4018 after 8 p.m. 121. 1-800-828-OSSS Or 259-6810 Keystone Hti., FL 32656 Florida 33912 or call 813-267-3091.,
to sell high quality products meet R.G.C.IOOS2543. Senior citizen (4tchg) 17 CHG 4t1119.2129126.0003327MIOMRmOIlstates.
interesting people earn good pedal rate. 17 Wood dry lot.
money very
enjoy flexible hours 1-904-782-3068 dose to main paved road (on Yale
Quit Crisis hM lightened workload
15EXPER. AMERICAS'S MOST BEAUTIFUL my Realty Corp. 473-4814 chg8/30 tfn ,
Street) $1300 abe 1-264-7997.
MOBILE HOME SALESPERSON WOMEN. 1-90O-258-UVE.ONLY$1 Cal anytime""IH.(3tchg) SATELLITE SYSTIM-repossoued duo to DO YOU NOD-REPAIRS to your home or Itpdl 1-21.0003341 11
preferrable w/ mgmt bkgd. to MIN.$25 MIN. (R439) 17 17 CHQ dl_. Still under warranty. Nothing mobllehomef Call Sill at 4739470.4tpdnt81322 r i
work in Lake City or Starke Call Lor- down. $39/mo. 12721031..
raine at Wayne Frier's Mobile Home WATER SPECIALIST: Pump and well NEED A ROOM ADDED to your house or Stchgl 1129SATfLUTI IMNOOI-lt held at K.y.toneM.Iro.eAm.rican FOUND
Sales 3626306. 15 repair all make and model Lifelong mobile home? Need a roof or roof SVSTEM-IIko now 6 mo. old Legion Post 202 on Hwy 21
resident with many year experience. repaired?Need a deck or.screened with cramblor. Nothing down.$49mo. on Saturday nights at 7 p.m. and on GOLD CHARM.Found at Chevron station.
NEED EXPERIENCED, LICENSED .Can Collier Grttffs at 984-8520. 1 porch?Wei do It for you at reasonable 1-272-1018 5tchg11-1-29 Sunday afternoons at 2 p.m. Picture of young, blond. girl. and baby.
17 retell We also do_adMtrlzlng.F SEARS WOOO-Or coal stove heater Alto 3mos.pdlO-4/12-20 Call Monltor-473-2210.
Must have time and SALES Initiative PERSON.work. C.C. CLEANING SERVICE cleaning the ,.. estimates, all work guaranteed) Oliver tractor 4cyl. Buihhog w/othor NOTARV-24 hour service. Typing stuff I
and desire to make above average house for the working spouse. Can- 64-2523 for James or S64-aS93 for attachments. 473-2648. ltchgt 1.2118X1 envelopes.. 473-2316.2lchgl 11321'WATKINSNEEDSAREPRESENTATIVE CARS/RVti
pet,window a rentals.Get for Lynn J AU Construct 17;
earnings I Broker will furnish some ready ABOVE GROUND POOL Good
toads and share 16 yrs of knowledge .the holiday) 7823089. 17 SCORPIO'S Professional/ Cosmetologist cond New liner Jacuzzi pump. $400. MOTOR MOMI-1977. .24ft. Wlnnebago':,
and exper. Ralph Bryan Realty 964- 12 Only 26,000 miles. Good condition-,
$10 off any chemical svo, this month 4734040. Mtchg) sell
8878 TFN 15 HANDY MAN: Bargain Rate. Painting to high quality products meet loaded. $10.000 obe. 4733120.
ATTENTION RN'S a LPN'S male a Plumbing Electrical.Deck.Addition, only. Perm HAIRCUT Frosting AhlghHght CHG interesting people earn good money 21 1-15-22/0000325 .
Major Repair 25 *. Experience.' $40. men -$10 enjoy flexible hours 1-904-782-18
female. Immediate work nursing yr
Local references. Woody. 864- 4OII'' women S15.Tue.9-9.Thurs.0-8 Fit.9S. YARD SALES 15' ,
homes, corrections, hospitals RN's
Sat 104.118 8. Thompson StBM4S88. AUTOMOTIVE
before 7 a.m. or after 8 p.m. for best FLOOR 'SAQQIN.DOORDRAGGIN.HOUSE
$14-$23 hr.. LPN's $11-$15
hr. Interview per Days Inn, Starke 9-3 per results TFN 17 .Owner Tim Faulkner In the YARD SALE. Mlso. Item, fum., adult A OUT OF
Dec. 5. 1-800-456-9832 schedule STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE Merle Norman Bldg. 17 children's clothing.Sat.only.8-2 p.m. LEVEL??LaRue Leveling Service foran TRANSMISSIONS-Rebullt automatic'
15RECEIVINGSTOCKING SALES AND SERVICE: All make Immokalee Rd. across from YMCA your foundation repairs, 473-7721. transmissions for most domestic car.with .
appt. CLERKfulltima. and model cleaned oiled and ad- PIANO LESSONS children to adults camp. ((1tohg) 7 CHQ TFN '17. ). 6 months warranty. $1" wchange. /..>
beginners A advanced. 964-6803. Ready to Install. 12727607.
Justed $15. New and used
Receiving exp. preferred. Apply 17SATURDAY SEPT10 < SERVICE:
Ramadan Hand Institute/Lake Butler machines. Hwy 233 a 18 (Morgan DAY-CARE offered at Little FOR RENT Septio tank pumpouts at reasonable Btchgll-a/12-27
Hospital. 496-2323. ((2tchg) RoadO 964-8733 TFN 17I People's. Day Care Center Nov. 17 also drain line repairs.Starke.
LAKE ACCESS-2 3BR mobllo homo. o844s.
15 or 121.TFN '17
through Deo.22 from 8 III 8.SR 18 E.
to S14S/S1M month. Lake Geneva
The City of Starke Is now accepting applications pm. 064-8416.Uo 3030448 p r
For Info cal 964-2940.
for 2 positions for Laborer In more Rentals A73-7566.6mapd7-90-1-91
.the Sanitation Dept Must have Fl 17REBUILT READER A ADVISOR Brother George. FURNISHED SFFICIENCV-Apartmonti on WANTEDRIAL
AUTO TRANSMISSIONS for lake Conova., Neat and cl.on.
chauffeurs Ho a high school grad or
Help" on all problems of He. Love.
GED. Apply personnel office 209 N. most domestic cars w/6 mo.warranty business $273/plus tax par month$275 deposit. ISTATI-Cof a campground
Thompson SI City Hall.Appl must be $195 wexchange... Ready to Install. loved ones money? Rejected? Having keep your bad Include utilities. 4732919. membership or timeshare? We II take
.In HaH 8 Nov.26. 272-7607. 17 4tchgM-21-12-12 It. Americas most successful resort
City by am ((2tchg) luck? Drug problem? Cant communicate -
15 I WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT your children ? One visit will convince 30 PT. CAMPER-for ront. Sing I.. pr f.r. resale clearinghouse.. Call resort sales
TEMPORARY HELP WANTED. Must In my home. Day 984-7321. youoan bahelpad.782-ee02. Ztchg you ), red. AC/Coble/full bath. Everything Information toll fr.. .hotline1B00.423.S967.1121FCAN .'
,have good telephone voice and personality 17 17 furnished except cooking gas. $200 por
for very low key telemarketing month-ISO Dopoilt. Call 473-2667.; Wl BUY MORTOAOIf-473-2438.,
.$4 per hr.cash.964-4442. ((2tpd 4tchfll 1-1-8-1J-22-29 2tchgi 1-21.29
7641) 15 PD
PART-TIME HELP.Approx 15 hrs perwk.
Bradford Gun a Pawn.No phone can. Union Ads f
County Break the Routine t
Please come by. (1tchg) 15 '"
CHQ e with Upjohn
CNA't needed for all shifts. Starting $5 .
,per hr.,benefit pkg avail.Contact Mrs. AFFORDABLE! Would you Uce an fatenstfaif
Boyce,Windsor Manor sot E Laura, FOR SALEs MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT change your nwdttg career while
964-3383. ((2tchg) T.H.E.r.APARTMENTS'. you a\lppl neat'YVW mcom.?
Become an Upjohn employee and
_CHG. ..-.. w,.. ... *.,R& Still qlUtOll ..P (*)> 3IX.. .IO'laT.'C ANI>A AM,.WILD.t CLOSCOUT- 1990 14 WtOf $"" oe$116per lINT Ot JUMTfeTO. .u.CHAU.I16Q.to .P'I&-fOI1I'.Yal\lablo\ skill to work
,..., ..... 'V i.urn bfuoj '>Y oCOWNTJM\JPfT" 9004.condition' month. free Dollvory with In, 50 $200 monthly.Security'! Depoiltrf' aooordfau to your own schedule
il. Call Marty..,ot,964-6280 days 7S 4466. t'-- mlle.-C IH,< -. "' .-Circ1.R Names J qufr.t'rr8TM: $erret"Md"rarlr'6; '!" 922 g", St. r. Work:ta diOarant Masticate and
'.':'; "' aft.r 6:30: p.m. TFN LakejOty.: FI. ,-:.- 3. ? MS llpd.: 9/27. TFN. ding Rd. I "faiief fan day-soday ssssei" !
82: FORD 300 FRONT RUNNNINO GEAR '4 lEOKOOM. 19* MX78 with plywood COTTAGE ON LAM ,BROOKLYN Call Camp"B assooUKd with hospital and patient
AND CARRIER for Individual su.pen.sin. floors wood siding, shingle roof, plus 473-1840. 3tpd. "/15. 11/22. Starke. FL; 32091 routine -
$200. Call Marty at 964-6280 ext. tree delivery end set-up. $282.20/". Id. 1 I/I Beth mobile home fenced According to:your trainnfaig andoM
HOUSE FOR SALE 272 or 782-3966 after 6:30 p.m. TFN. Call I-755-SII4. Circle a Homes lake yard, cable $200/mo., $100 security 964:7133 asBjitimant*. '
:. 14PT. RIVERMASTER BOAT cushioned CIty. Fl. 1 1/8. 12/6. $300 moves In. 4962283. Itpd. 11/21. the. Upjohn Health c-
swivel loots, motor gul..., foot control 1991 FLEETWOOD MUIXI OOUHIWIOI 2 & 3 BR. family oriented with Services team.At Upjohn'.up
1501 E. CALL ST. Owner trolling motor.$350 obo. Call 496-1174. Living room, and .... 3 IR, 2 IA only 3 BR House City.$270 pat mo. laundry & large playground. to
'2tpd. 11115.11122. $2O8/mo. llxod. No money down to Call 964-8602 sAerpm.PERSONAL PRHB Electricity first month Positions available nowl I IReJlat
Transfered. Must Sell.
HOME POR SALE 2 bod 1 bath on 1 1/4 landowners. Call 9047553207.CLEARANCE Rent 3O% of your monthly Physical Therapist
Available acres, block, shaded lot large fenced SALE 13-1990 models leftl Income qualify. Registered Physioal TherspyAssistsnt.
Financing yard 1 mil. north of Worthington SprIngs At drastically reduced prices. Select SERVICESWill .If you ear .35 per.....4Obra. .Registered Nurse forweekends
$69,900. $45.000 firm.496-2667 after 6 p.m. from singlewides et our lowest prices a week ft have 3 dependents and holidays.Registered
4tchrg. 11/15 12/6. '.var. Call N. Fie. Housing at your rent would,be about$112 a Nurse for Weekdays part time or i
8 PC DINING ROOM SUIT lighted dining 904-755-8207. MILLING AND SEPTIC TANKS Dor. month or$3.73 per day for days full time.Call today lor more
964-4705 cabinet podded choirs. with cane SINOLSWIDIS new Fleotwood and man Well and Septic Tank Inc.. 24 left in the month for move-in infjufnisnon.
back $600.. : call 496-3072. Itchrg..* Destiny singlewides' have b..n Inch water wells. Pumps- sales, ser after the first.Qualified 18004487753Happi
or 1121FJJLE' drastically reduced with starting prices vice Installation septic tanks, lift -. Singles Accepted.
964-2413 at $6993. sot-up and dot. Call First. stations- New Installation, dralnfleld Move-to coat can be aa low as
Coast Mobile'Home. .Sales today et repairs. Contact Bryan (Skeeter) $IO.OO. 01--___
@ Upjohn i
9047521452. Jones-275-2004- Jones- 2752716. --
DOUMJWIOtS new 1991 Destiny with After 6 p.m.. State licensed- workguaranteed .Equsl Housing ':i'=--.::;;' Helth JTe Services
shonglo roof wood siding frost-free -free ..,Imate.. 1/25 Stpd.:
: 1 refrigerator. 10 yr. floor system 2/22 then/ tfn -- --- -
guarantied Mouse-type door. Dal.and BILLS AmiANCI Sales and Repair .

1 Fill [lri.. To l o1la Coast Set-up for Mobile only Home$169/ma.Sales, Call today.Pint 4962WO.TFN.vice.!Buy some 11/1., sell some, fix some. ] fhanKsgiving 3

or Small Loads of Llmerock 9047521452. FLOOR SAGGIN.DOOR
I Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer credit or very I"the credit needed we LEVEL??LaRue Leveling Service for NOTHING
can help. CoIl 17555114. Circle a all your foundation repairs. 4737721.
Homos, Lake City. PI.REAL TFN
SQ4-61G2 964582Vroubel 17HELP "

.. -- ... -- ESTATE WANTED e
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I Acts torn Paved Road frontoga In TEXAS REFINERY CORP. needs mature
$owfHUpWW Union Comnry Owner finwi" person now In Lake Butler area.
: \ Timber dng. Low down payment. Reeso noble Regardless of training write W.B. >
I Interest ,. .. CoN (904)) 496-3509. Napkins Box 711, Fort Worth. TX ,
4tchrv. 111.1129.WE 76101.

,. We Pine Trees in
Buy !\, I NOTICE Upjohn
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yard or on uncleared lots. BUY & SELL; CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub- ,, HealthCare Services .

,. miffed to the Union County Times office ttr eo .
: '. Ricky USEDFURNITgRE In writing and paid In advance : Makes
Wroubel .\ unless' credit Is elready establishedwith
Call Anytime '. 282-2431 this office o:,, Home Care Possible.Your .
I Classified deadline"U" MONDAY. S own bed. Your favorite chair. The surroundings of "

}$$4.00 + up Per Hour Starting Pay FURNITURE P.M.Minimum. prior charge to Thursday Is 19 words publication.for$3.90. things familiar and dear. Nothing raises the spirit or speedsthe f

then 15 cents for each word thereafter.. recovery of someone just getting out of the hospital like : i

f ;''Part Full' time pay&:'night crew'positions .. being If you home.or someone you love wants to recover at home ".

t available for outgoing, bubbly persons. but meeds some help Upjohn Health Care Services is the

SANTAFE HOMECAREBradford answer. "
.1 Well provide the help you need right in your home.Our'
; Give up the greasy,,boiler room feeling of, BranchRN's professional nurses therapists and home health'aides can

r, most restaurant backrooms for Hospital give you just the health care assistance required. Our

THE FRESH ALTERNATIVE homemakers can help with housekeeping ,meals
Subway. -Join our highly successful, quality oriented team ;.
and about.
of professionals. Enjoy a competitive salary, scheduling companionship We'll set up program or getting of out care and handle all the details

*. +1i i 4" Come by 236 S. Temple Ave. (US .301), flexibility) and an opportunity to provide patient care whether you need help just a few hours a week or 24 hoursa

> Starke, FL, anytime and make application. services in your community. 3 yrs. Med/Sur. or Critical day. ,

r'<; Be a part of our growing family. Care nursing required. Homecare experience preferred. Well show you how easy it is to get the help' you need .
in the home love.
f I ,F Full time, part time position available. M-FriL wlrotating right you j

f weekends' Salary l4.95-16.15/hr. For information, call Call Upjohn Health Care Services at: :

General 801 S.W. 2nd 964-8772 or 1-800-448.7753,Starke, FL '.
? ;' Subway Marji 1 Gibson'alachua Hospital,

: Ave., Gainesville FL 32601. ((904)) 338-6750 collect. I.1} HEALTHCARE Tam to the professionals '

t '.TIlE FRESH'ALTERNATIVE That's MY WAY! ;EOE .' SBtvxxs in home health care.I' .

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If",'" YMCA Offers Reasonably Priced M- r Y ,.i Photos Staff courtesy WrMer, of Greg Crite

After School Child CareThe r r "

YMCA and Bradford project time. There is a 1:10:
Schools are planning to open a teacher/student ration which
quality after school Child Care guarantees Individual attention.The \ ,
program. They to include 3 fee is$22.50 per week withan s _
area schools; Star Elementary initial$12.00 registration fee.
Southside Elementary and Lawtey In order to implement this r
Elementary. Pryme Tyme program in each b
There is an apparent need in the school a minimum of fifteen 1i'
district for more after school care children are required.,If you would
services.The YMCA and Bradford like to secure a place for child in 'xH __
County Schools plan to begin this this quality program, send your _
program January 2, 1991 upon check for$12.00 registration fee to
return from the ChristmasNewYear Rebecca Reddish, Vocational-
holidays. Technical Center, 609 North ',I'i v
The after schol care will last Orange St., Starke, FL 32091. Or, s \
from the close of school until as feel free to call Rebecca at.964 dyr' _
late as 6:00pm: each day that schoolis 6800 extension 122 for further --
in session. Planned activitieswill information on this exciting,
include: snack time, study reasonably priced program. ..

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among the many area folk who attended the convention.. .) 's
J Right)Don Jacob of Starke chaulerred Joey,Danny&Steve Cott to 8k
NOW... the convention: where they struck a few baseball card 1Nar!......Over
BIG SAVINGS SO people from the Bradford Clay: -Union county area were hi

Comic Book/Baseball/ Card Convention Brings To Surface.Nostalgic Memories For Manymade I

20 % off On All Greg CritesIf of either baseball cards or the trip to the Holiday are collectors of current comics
Bars & Chains comic books you were probably Inn on the corner of 13th and and cards while others just
you are an avid collector among the 600+ collectors who_ University in Gainesville this enjoyed seeing some of the
Large Selection in Stock past Sunday, November 18. things they had during their
r There were over 40 dealers youth.
k k displaying their wares from
BRYAN'S ALL Saws 10:00AM Sunday morning There is no other place to see
STARKE through 4:00PM: and collectors such a large variety of
On Sale Next Highway,t to a3w46y4'e2'South Gas, ...and browsers had no trouble extremely old rare books and
v' '. '.w finding that particular item cards. From 1940's Dick Tracy
1 r j'!. 99 DOWn'f't:: 35'PERWESK.h; : !<- they are looking for. and Disney comics to Ty Cobb
MELROSE Kids were m the majority, cards there was something to
Hardware And KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Highway 21 North '81 Olds Omega but there were a sizeable bring back and create memoriesfor
Garden Centers Highway 4734006 100 East Next to Williamson's Grocery Runs Nice #3692 1695 number of adults present.Some everyone;young and old.
'81 Pontiac Grand Prix -
1895 -- -- -- --
S Looks Good Dependable 3684
w a w e r rr Purple Gator Western Wear
81 Chev Citation
.".- Runs Perfect 3631 $1695 Hwy. 301 South Starke 964-4809

,,- '76 Datsun Pick-Up $1495 (Next Door to Gator II Farm Supply)
,,-- Economy Runs Good #3627
'" >>$199 DOWN ..};w.;;$ si$4Q"PER WEEK:;
; '83 Chev Cavalier
\\v 1995
Economy Car 3672 Western &"WorkDOM'

;:: '82 Ford Fairmont 1995
Extra Clean Runs Nice #3668

Ford: Granada-.J.: :; ; ,,:,..:" t;' r,Ef :
-" N'
:.. Runs Perfect Good MPG #3663 249a
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:: 82 Chev Malibu $
Extra Nice Dependable 3651 495
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:I.- :;cl" $2 99'DOWN' fJ"} :%'P""""f.m."M':: O"'PER". WEEK J< Come In Today While Selection Is Good

;": '84 Chevy.S-lO Pick-Up $29'9'
:;; Nice Clean Truck #3691 Master Card
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A a '84 Buick Regal Visa
Runs Perfect Clean #3689 $2695 I.Open: Mon.Sat.. 9-6 Lay-A-Ways Welcome

Christmas Club Accounts '85 Plymouth Duster 2995 -
Looks Sharp Economy #3688

start now enjoy it then. Perfect'79 Ford Little Car Mustang#3686 2695 TULLER '

i I When's the best time to open a Christmas ;$499.'DOWNZT4O, \ 'PJaR.WEEK:1; : Keystone Heights Office

Club Account? December'26th. When's the. '83 Olds Cutlass 260B, S. Lawrence Blvd.
i second best time? Today. Economy Car 3661 $3495 473-7213

You can open a Christmas Club Account '84 Olds Cutlass S/W 3695
anytime at your local community bank. But Runs Perfect Nice Car 3633 PAIN CONTROL .

i remember, the sooner the better. '85 Ford LTD $ .Headaches'
s By setting aside a little in the account at a Looks Nice Dependable 3624 3495 Neck&:Arm ,\
time, you'll really enjoy this year's Christmas '85 Ford Ranger $3495 Mid Back ;
i ? shopping season.And you won't strain the Perfect Little Truck #3531 .Low Back&Leg' 1

family budget doing it. }>$699' .OWH'\t7'1. .:;;. ; ; '<,$45.,, PER. , 3 See us today. Setting up your Christmas Club v ML RICHARD C. TULLERCIIIROPRACTIC

I Account takes only minutes.And, come Like 88 New Chev#3645 Corsica $4695 CARE
3 December, you'll be glad did.
you '83 Olds Cutlass, Supreme WHEN YOU NEED IT-

'86 Buick Century $4495 7 DAYS A WEEK
I efiark Runs Like New #3670 OmCEHOUKS;

'84 Chrysler New Yorker" $4295 I ''Jf1n../H&30'6,00, pm. Sat By Appointment
Looks Nice Runs Perfect 3647
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November 22,1090 TELEGRAPH.TIMES*MONITOR-B t Page liB

Obituaries ''... .. "1Il .,. ._ ,. "
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James M.Dykes ,Survivors include ins wife Dessie Bell Brown will be in Hope Cemetery under the Cemetery in Melrose under the Card of Thanks
James Mitchell: Dykes, 68' of S.. Crews of Starkeone daughter, Bell Brown 90,of Starke died Nov direction of Jones Funeral Home. direction of Jones Funeral Home. _
Starke died Nov. 10 at Jeanne Zarner of Jacksonville
Alachua ; 13 In AJachua General
General Hospital following an ex- three sons, Larry W. Crews of Pitt following an extended illness. Born Lorenzo A. Rees We would like to thank our friends
tended Dines Born and raised In shush New York Gary Crews of In Georgia, Mrs. Brown moved to Lorenzo Adrian Ren, 84, of and neighbors for the prayers, food,
Cheater Ga. Mr. Dyke moved to Bowie, Maryland, and Ricky Crews Starke 26 yean from Raiford, Fl. Melrose died Nov. 13 at Alachua and beautiful flowers during the
Macon for 10 years before marrying ,, of Bell;Florida one brother,Walter She was a member of Grace Baptist General Hospital following a brief il- death of our loved one. We would
the late Bessie Dykes and moving to" Crews 'ofPhiladelphia, Pa; one Church and a homemaker. lness. Born In New York City, Mr. y also like to thank Jones Funeral
Baldwin. He was employed as a slater,Basle McCall of Orange Park Survivors Include 5 daughters, Rena moved from Miami in 1970. He I Home for the special attention they
truck driver with Pat Samons, Inc.; and ft grandchildren.. Doris Hall!,Lucille Rowe and Shirley was member of the St. Williams ,gave us. May God bless each of you.
'He moved to SUrke In 1978. He was I"une..IIel'VICM were Nov. 19 atwith Gnann of Starke, Emma Jo Harden- Catholic Church of Keystone The family of Neal Elder
member of the Graham Baptist the Spring Ridge Church of God brook of Westminster, S.C.. and Heights, various Catholic Organizations -
Church. Rev. Luther Moore officiating. Ernestine "Tina" Moody of and of the Keystone Heights
Survivor Include one son, James Burial was in church cemetery with Keystone; 2 brothers,Carl Brown of Lions Club. He was a retired comptroller -
S. Dykes of Lawtey; 8 daughters, Archie Tanner Funeral Home in Melrose and Artemis Brown of Lake for Pan American Airlines.
Mrs. Margo Elanine Deaa of Lake. charge of arrangements. Butler; 29 grandchildren, 38 great- Survivors include is wife Helen
City, Mrs. Brenda! Sweat of Stark grandchildren and 12 great-great CorInne Renz of Melrose and his SOLAR POWERED GATE OPENERS
and Mrs. Ethel Lynette Jordan of ,Liza J:Thornton Silcox grandchildren. guardians,George Marian Bass of
Earlton; 4 Inters, Mrs. Ruth Mae Liza'Jane Thornton Silcox, US of Funeral services will be Nov.21 at Melrose. I1T111JIJ11Bm n PowerGate Systems
KUlingsworth 2 at Funeral services were Nov. 16 at
of p.m.
Baptist Church in
Mrs Starke died Nov. 17 at the Bradford Hope the St. William Catholic Church of
Myrtle Jean Garrett of Dublin Ga, Starke with Rev. Gary Heath and 1ll1IU.HfII1J1i(904)( ) 462-5495' Limited
Mrs. Jeanette Justice Hospital following at extended il- Rev. Leon Odom officiating. Keystone with Father Tom Gordon Year Warranty
and Mrs. mess. Ms. Silcox was born and raised Burial officiating. Burial, was at Ellam:
Ruby Nell Bryant both of Chester in Bradford County and attended _, .. .. i
Ga ---
2 brothers
; Marcie A. Dykes of t
Chester, Ga and Ruben T. Dykes of '.Bradford;..also a member County of the Schools.Church She of God was
Eastman,Ga; 10 grandchildren and faith. pYy Fh
3 I great-grandchildren. -
Funeral Survivors include one son. Henry
Nov. 12 at Santa services Fe were Cemetery graveside with. F. Thornton of Starke; one sister,
Rev. Leon Odom officiating. Archie Gladys Ross of starke; one stepdaughter F1NAL3DAYSOFSALE
Tanner Funeral Home was in charga Myrtle Eaves of Starke; 3
:of arrangements.* grandchildren.grandchildren and S great Good Thru Sat.,Nov. 24 ill 8 pm

Funeral services were Nov. 20 at
Cloe B.Fife the Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral Friday or,Saturday
Home with Rev. W.J. Thornton and
Cloe Beatrice Fife Moseley 90 of Rev. Gene Bass officiating. Burial Nov-23rd&24th
Stake died Nov.7 in the Whispering! was In-Evergreen cemetery near
Pines Care Center following an extended Raiford with Archie Tanner Funeral Purchase Any Item (or Lay-A-Way)
illness. Born in Alicia, Home charge of arrangements.
Arkansas, Mrs. Moseley moved to1 .
Starke 20 years ago from Memphis Medford W.Shealy $5000 ..
Tennessee.She was a member of the Medford W. Shealy, 73,1)f Lake. '. more .. -,
First United Methodist Church ef, Butler died Nov. 14 at Shands
Starke and was a homemaker. Teaching Hospital following a brief And Get $ in FREE
Survivors include her son,Dr.Jay'' ;illness. Mr. Shealy was born in Col- JV Movie Rentals
Moseley of Knoxvllle. Tn; 'I umbia County living most of his life lk
daughter Norma Jean Adams of in Raiford where he worked with
Stark;i S grandchildren and 9 great-: Union Correction Inst as FREE MOVIE
grandchildren. Superintendent of Maintenance. He
In Lieu of Flowers, contributionsmay retired after 32 years. He was a .
be made to the Memorial Fund member of the Bethlehem Luthern Wednesday, Nov. 21, 1990
of the First United Methodist Church, In Columbia County. For Just Coming In and For It!
Church, P.O. Box 57, Starke, Fl Survivors include his wife,
32091. Frances Trice Shealy of Lake
Funeral services were Nov. 10 hthe Butler 3 daughters Sandra Messerof f
DeWitt C.Jones Chapel in Starke Welborn, Cheryl Howard of Lake
.with Rev. Dwight McQueen of Butler and Sarah Timmerman of
ficiating. Burial was in Crosby Lake Davenport, Florida; son MedfordW.
Cemetery under the direction Shealy Jr.. of herndon, Va; 4
Jones Funeral Home of SUrke. brothers,J.L.Shealy of Ocala,Elvin
'Shealy of Jacksonville. Ltnvil and
Cary A. Crews Marvin Shealy both of Gainesville; 1 j
Cary A. Crews, 69, of Starke died,- sister, Mildred Edenfield of Colum- Yt
Nov. 16 at the Veterans Administration bia County 9 grandchildren and 4greatgrandchildren.
Hospital in Gainesville following .
an extended illness. Mr. Crews Funeral services were Nov. 16 at
was born and attended school In the Chapel of Archer Funeral Homein
Chiefland, Florida. After retiring Lake!: Butler with Rev. James
from the U.S.Army after 20 years Fischer officiating. Burial was in
service he also worked for the Civil, Bethlehem Lutheran Church
Service. He was a member of the Cemetery in Columbia County with r
Spring Ridge Church of God near Archer. Funeral Home of Lake _
Hlah s.Florida. Butler in charge of arrangements., __

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Eves & Weekends: 964-7578 illness and teaching ,Columbia Counties, who also handle ing, and health promoting at- .mines health risk factors,the program pro-
employees of the Bradford school the group life insurance for member mosphere. The development of knowledge,
Well Drilling system to maintain good health is o inties. Staff Goals... .skills and attitudes that enhance.
the goal of a new wellness program.Tho Both the school system and individuals health.
[Residential & Irrigation Bradford County School are expected to benefit The staff can also expect some :: Resources to assist employeesand
Board recently offered all from participation in the program, good things to come from participation their families.Participation .
employees and their families a con- which is optional for.all staff. in the program: in the health risk
risk evaluation and health Increased awareness of the role
ystenrp fidential
evaluation and screening will make
screening, free of charge. Information of lifestyle and daily habits in the staff members and their families
School Goals. disease and
derived from the health screenIng protection against
eligible to participate in a number of
Pump is expected to help staff and The school system looks forwardto disability.Increased. that will
Healthy People
of three goalsin knowledge of the Individuals programs
family members "live a longer, the accomplishment be offered over the coming years. A
Sales & healthier life, and control future implementing the program: own health status and per- partial listing of future plans would
health costs." Increased health status, morale sonal risk factor Include health information serieson
Service OnAllMakes The program is being offered and productivity by staff members. a number a of topics: health
9644061 JIJ through the ix county education con Decreased .absenteeism and Future Good... seminars in high blood pressure control
sortium composed of Bradford health care cost.Enhanced
diet and nutrition
u.nn Union.Sumter..Lafayette,Dixie and! school climate a car Aside from knowing about current ;and quit physical smoking fitness: ; community

recreational programs for the entire
The Bradford County School
Board urges all employees to sign up
for this wellness program.
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Wood Has an

8a8pi Impact In

i Bradford County"Jimmy

Alvarez's figures show
that the total ad valorem tax
payments from the pulp and paper
industry to Bradford County is
$196,720," Glen Harris, forester for
Container Corporation, told the
4 ec Rotary Club, at its weekly meeting
COFFEE ; October 20.
"And that does not include the
DONUTS (timber) taxes paid by hundreds of
private landowners in Bradford
'f CdlJ County he said.Harris .
also stated that approxImately -
30,000 cords of timber are
TILRdy sold in Bradford County each year,
from lands that are not controlled by
T paper companies.Based .
,. o-r i it on a price of$35 per cord for
1f' [ pulpwood and $60 per cord for
sawtimber, the total payments to
IrI' private ownerships Is$1.4 million,he
said. And in Camp Blanding alone,
sales amount to$3 million annually.
People play very important role
!4 a in the economic impact of the forest
4r industry in Bradford County. The
number of people working for the industry
in Bradford county includes
nine graduate foresters. Wood
J si' dealerships have another eight people
ltT, that work as field cruisers and
timber buyers. About 20 are
employed by timber companies as a
dllrv work force of equipment operatorsand
supervisors, and by contractors
doing land clearing and site
r + F AYF preparation and planting.
Also, "Someone has to cut and
OLY deliver all of the timber that moves
and from
through Bradford
County says Harris.
Wood dealers and independent logging I
contractors play an important '
i./ pan in moving this mountain of f a
BOT COMTEMPORARPUCES wood to its various destinations.The
payroll for the 50 or so people involved -
SOFA & LOVESEAT is to over Harris.$1 million per year according

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