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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 29, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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SECTION At 12 Pog.
Take your umbrella with you today, Thursday, November 29; Hard N.w.. .. . . .. .1.3A
showers are likely throughout the area an a front passes through Idllarlali .. . .. .. ..4A
about mid-day. Social... .. .. . .. .. ......A
The front will bring some showers but no heavy rainstorms or StalaChampil . .. .. .. .*.7A
tornadoes, according to the weather forecasters. Heaviest rains Commlulon Audlt..A

will be north of Florida, in Georgia and the Carolines. Cooler lagal. .. . . .. . .IDA
weather will follow but no frost in expected. Football Contort . . ..1 to
Highs will remain In the low 70s or high 60s for the entire locals . . . . I1.12A 'ctrrap
weekend, with skies clearing Friday and plenty of sunshine. Morn-
ing lows will be near 40 throughout the period with a warming trend ItCTlON It 1} Pago.

starting Monday Handing Memorial . . 1,48
The moon will be full Sunday,with a new moon December 16 and Crlma N.wi. . . . 2.3B
waxing to a first quarter moon again on Christmas Eve. Nawi Hami. . . 4,5,7,131
Daylight hours are growing short, with only three weeks until the tport. . . . . 4,10,111 The Sweetest Strawberries This Side i of Heaven
winter solstice. Sunrise this morning was at 7:05 and will set at Cloiilll.d. Adi. . . . .....
5:30.: The day is lOb 25m in length. Obltuarlai .. . . 12t 1IIh Year STARKE,FLORIDA 35 Cents Copy
:..:... .:.. : 20th Issue Thursday.November 29. 1900 lISPS 062-100
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Sports Pa....... ;it I ... ."'I'P'"
Passes to all BHS sports, except k' :'"' '" -;;:- ,

football, are available for $40 each. 6 e
Call details.Wanda Prevatt, ph. 9646800for Special Assessment


Chamber Awards... likely will be passed on to residents

The Chamber of Commerce Is accepting !.4y ls++ By Buster Rahn of rental property.The .
nominations for iCT Staff Writer State of Florida has set a 10
"Humanitarian of the Year and Armed with a new legal opinion bya mill cap on ad valorem taxes, but
Citizen of the Year"awards. If you new attorney retained after last Bradford County commissioners:
would like to nominate someone kr year's special assessment fiasco, have traditionally stayed away from
please call ph. 964-5278, or come by I county commissioners have set a raising millage to the maximum,
the office on S. Walnut St., not later ; public hearing Monday, Dec. 3, to with some commissioners saying
than Jan. 5,1991.Gator r I. consider a 1991 version of a similar everyone should Cay taxes, including
tax, upped from $100 to $110. those living assess
QB Club... ed for$25,000 or lew, the amount exempted
In its regular mid-month meeting by the "Homestead Law."

The Gator Quarterback Club .. ...., Wednesday, Nov. 21,commissionerssaid The $75 solid waste law has provisions -
meets at 6:30 p.m., Thursday they will be able to by pass the for exempting those persons

(tonight) Nov. 29, at the Wd J interlocal agreements with that cannot pay, but very few ex..
fairgrounds. Dinner at 7 p.m., & y:a1C municipalaties In the county that emotions have been approved.
prepared by Oleeta Hardenbrook, prevented the tax from being collected Former Starke Councilman BobbyBiggs
followed by regular meeting at in 1990. Current City AttorneyBill says the state doesn't think 10}
7:30.: Guest speaker from UF. Bessent believes the county can mills is excessive or a hardship,,
Seats on the FSU-UF game bus establish municipal service taxing since the cap was get at that point*
are available at $20 each, but a pressure on the but lake front land owners say
game ticket is required. Call Hazel four municipalities in the county to assessments of lake front property 1 is-
Hardy, ph. 964-7451. either allow residents to be taxed or too high. Last year, lake front property
i provide the services themselves. was routinely re-assessed,
G.t BHS Tlck.ts... based on current sales prices of lake
lilt The 1991 proposal provides$65 per
If you want a ticket to the BHS- month for jail operation $25 per front properties. Lake front property
said their taxes doubled or
Suwannee Friday owners
play-off game month for emergency medical services
night, Nov. 30, you need to buy im- Jumping into the BaUle of Bradford Politics. and $10 per month for fire pro- more.In the 1989 elections, voters
mediately. There may not be any tection. Residents of towns having
tickets available at the gate. If you New county commissioner John Anderson, left, not to build a new jail, for which the Department of city fire departments will be exempt replaced two county baited commissionerswith
want a seat, go early. if s possibleall from the $10 fire department tax. opposition on increasing
and Arthur Gasklns take their oath of office from Corrections and Sheriff Kenneth Etherldge are values and
seats will be taken before 7 p.m. Clerk Ray Norman at the Nov. 21 meeting. pushing. And, how would the commission fund the property assessemnts. One letter
Kick-off at 7:30.Raiford: The $75 solid waste assessment, special
operation. And, how to pay for the operation of a new
The expressedan
will not be affected writer to Telegraph
in its fourth
Their of fire will Dec. ?. now year,
baptism come 3 when the jail wide
apparent spread opinion
Cookout... will
two will Dist. 4, beat Incumbent CommissionerJoe ,thus special assessments
join Commissioner Ross Chandler, Mule Anderson for Brad- when he wrote, "One down and threeto
A countywide cookout is plannedat Carter Jr. and Wilbur Waters in deciding whether or Riddick, who has been overseeing the landfill increase to $210 per year "
the Raiford Community Center, not to levy a f 110 per year special assessment for fin operation. Gaskins, Dlst. 2, replaces three-term In- ford County property owners, andy go.
Saturday, Dec. 1, from 1-6 p.m. protection, rescue service and law enforcement. The cumbent Commissioner E.L. (Nook) Norman, who
I..\, Smoked chicken and chicken pileauwUl county currently spends some 1900.000 more than It was In charge of the Road Department.
.... .. .. totened. adult, $3;children.-! takes In.-'bero is also toe problem of the solid waste .The commission to due to reorganize at Us Dec. 3 Request
$1.50. system, building a new S-county landfill and closingout meeting. Current Chairman Mule Carter, Dlst. 3,
II:: A number of activities are being the old one without the help of Darrell O'Neal, tin S elected in 1976 and in the middle of his fourth term Is
\ planned, including a raffles for a current director of solid waste and zoning, who Is the senior member of the board. Waters, Dist., In
shotgun and quilt, a church bazaar, leaving the county Dec. 14 to take be the director of elected in 1984 In his second try against Homer Hart. Going
gospel etc. solid waste In Clay County. O'Neal announced his Is In the middle of his second term. Chandler, Dlst. 1,
Spon singing y the Town of resignation Nov. 21 to the board. winner of a three man race in 1988. Is the middle of
Raiford, proceeds will benefit Commissioners also face a decision on whether or his first term. For New
Citizens Against Pollution.LB .
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Singles...

The Rock Bluff Band will be DT GrantBy
playing in the Lake Butler Com- 'Go For It' Ruckman Says

munity Center, Saturday night, y Suitor Rahn
Dec. 1, for your dancing and listen

ing with welcome.pleasure.all singles Donations Dancing age 25, members and 8-12 older p.m., $4, On Lincoln City Utility ProjectBy named The ICT Staff Starke to work Wrltor Advisory with Fred Committee Fox and,

the
Associates in planning new
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guests, $5. BYOB.Brooker ,
Downtown grant, met Tuesday, Nov.
ReceptionA Buster Rahn followed up with Ruckman,and time Country Club Estates, (est) 47 r 20 and finalized details of work to be
I ICT Staff Wrltor was running out for filing the application ERC done.
reception, honoring retiring "Go for it," Don Ruckman, Starke which has to be in In addition to those listed, The city is requesting $575,000, of
Postmaster Ned Hicks, is plannedfor engineer, told city council members Tallahassee by 5 p.m., Thursday, Ruckman said Pine Song subdivi- which$46,000 will go to Fred Fox and
Sunday, Dec. 2, in the Brooker Tuesday, Nov. 27. Nov. 29.Waters. sion east of the city and an adjacent Associates for making the application -
Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, 3-5 So, the Starke council, meeting in promised to be in property requiring 43 ERCs have In- and administering the grant
p.m. Everyone welcome. a special session agreed to 'furnish Ruckman's Jacksonville office quired about sewer services. The Len SchlofmanN.w will
water and sewer services to 65 LIn- Wednesday morning, Nov. 21, to get Bobby Sapp proposal for a mobile If the grant is approved it be
Christmas Party... coln City homes, providing the county the necessary information if the city home park south and east of "The School board Chairman the first time Fox has handled
is successful in getting a grant would consider a special meetingand Apartments" may resurface, grant for Starke, although he has
Chairman.
..
Board of New
The Bradford-Union administered at least
funded for the project. render a decision in time for the representing approximately 60 successfully
Realtors Christmas dinner is set After debating the issue at length application to be made. Mayor Ed ERCs, Lakewood phase II and III Dr. Len Schlofman, Starke optometrist two for Lawtey in prior years, and is
for Saturday, Dec. 8, in the last week in a regular council Wall obliged by calling the Tuesday, may require an additional 185 ERCs was sworn In Nov. 20 as currently making applications for
Klngsley Lake Civic Center. At- meeting, and again this week the Nov. 26, special session. in the future. the chairman of the Bradford grants in Lawtey and Brooker, and
titude adjustment hour, 6 p.m., din- council voted 5-0 to sign the In- In the special session, Ruckman Phase II of the city's current bond School Board. for Bradford County.
ner at 7 p.m. terlocal agreement with the county, provided information to the councilon issue includes in excess of $1.25 Schlofman succeeds Jimmie Starke has received several Com-
See Tom Gross, ph. 964-5069 for paving the way for an application for available sewer plant capacity, million for expansion of the WTP, Scott. munity Development Block Grants
tickets, |1S each. grant funds to be filed with the along with pros and cons for the pro- and will add 1,400 new ERCs of Three school board members all (CDBG) in years past, with most go-
Department of Community Affairs for re-elected in ing to the Reno area in NE Starke.
ject. wastewater capacity, providing elected in 1988 and
Find a Job... (DCA) by a Nov. 29 deadline. growth and expansion until the year 1990 without opposition, took the The last CDBG went to renovate the
SFCC Is offering a course in com- Bradford Commissioner Wilbur 2010. oath of office. They are school downtown area, and was ad-
munication skills and other topics Waters and County Attorney Bill In summary, Ruckman said, the board members Evelyn Chastain, ministered by Linda Day.
designed to assist the unemployed Bessent approached the city council Capacity, OK, if... ERCs required for Lincoln City do Dist. 5; Jimmie Scott, Dlst. 1, The newest grant includes the
in finding Job Classes will meet 12 three weeks ago, requesting the city The Starke wastewater treatment not pose a problem, and because of James (Cobby) Wainwright, Dist. following improvements in supplementing -
noon to 3 p.m. Dec. :3-14. to cooperate in the venture by providing plant (WTP) has 172 ERCs the time element for bringing projects Z. the first Downtown
No charges ,for the course, but the essential services. In that (Eqivalent Residential Connections) on line, it appears the city's The school board will have only grant completed two years ago:
-reg tration la required. Ph. meeting, the council expressed its available meaning 172 more homes plans for expansion of the WTP will one meeting rather than the usual Add to the current streetscape by
964-5382. desire to participate in the project, can be hooked up without coincide with growth needs. two In December and January. The adding a formal entrance from
Flu Vaccine... but a firm decision could not be overloading the sewer system. The board will met at 7 p.m. Monday, US-301 and putting entrance lightingSee
made, since there was some doubt county estimates 65 homes In Lincoln Annexation...? Dec. 17, and 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. -
I The Bradford County Public concerning the ability of the sewer City to be included in the grant. Although annexation of Lincoln City 15. DT Crt ..page 2A
Health Department has received disposal system to handle the addi- However, Ruckman said, there are was not part of the grant package,
another shipment of Flu vaccine, tional load. other developments that have expressed it became an i issue, generating a
and will be offering flu shots for $s The council told Bessent and a desire to be tied into the city lengthy discussion, with the city
each. Waters to return in two weeks to the sewer system, with a total of 172 council asking Commissioner ,
Shots will be administered regular council meeting, during (ERC's) residential connections Waters what the county would do in
Fridays, 1:30-4 p.m through which time someone was to have available or the equivalent. reference to paving and drainage. t,1. ,
November. contacted Engineer Ruckman to McElroy Mobile Homes, 17 ERe Waters could only say that he can-
determine sewer plant capacity.In Olivia Estate, 24 ERC
Upcoming... the subsequent council meeting Tom Smith,Crosby Lake,49 ERC See Lincoln: City. page 2A CWJ .rl Y
Public meetings scheduled in the Nov. 20, it was found that no one had Lakewood Subdivision, 35 ERC

coming weeks are:
Starke Zoning Board and Boardof Brooker Retains

Nov.Adjustment 29, in City meets Hall,Thursday beginning,at 7 Christmas Parade Set Dec. 8 Elected Mayor

p.m.The Bradford Conunisisonen The Christmas parade on Saturday, Dec. 8, promises to be bigger
Chairman Steve Futch. Urookers voters went to the polls
and better than ever this Parade
meet Monday, Dec. 3, at 9:30 a.m., The number of parade participant year says has increased each year for the Tuesday, Nov.27 and voted 30 to 26
in the courthouse. this the to retain the maYOl"1 office in the
with entries last Futch
past five years 65 year. says year
council meets at 7:30
Lawtey city : city charter, although the position
number of applications has been encouraging and he expects the
p.m., Monday, Dec. 3, in city hall. number or entries to exceed prior years. II largely ceremonial and costa
The Bradford County Zoning The parade will follow the same route as last year. All entrants 11,200 per year in salary.
Board meets at 7:30: Monday, Dec. .should assemble on Water Street, between Florida Pest Control Store With 119 registered voters
3, in city ball.Lawtey and Dr. Hernandez' office, at 9 a.m.? lined up facing Call Street. Brooker turned out less than 50 percent
city election, 7 a.m. to 7 in the election called to
The parade chairman will meet with the assembly and distribute city
p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 4, in city hall. numbers, indicating each participants place in the parade.A settle the single issue 01 retainingor
council meets at 7:30 -
Starke city panel of five will judge floats prior to the start of the parade,awar.ding ellmina wing position.The
p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 4, in city hall. spoken
trophies to the first three places. -- -
Raiford city council meets at 6:30 since the through the ballot box, potential -
It is essential that the parade step out at 10 a.m. sharp,
p.m., Thursday, Dec. 6, in city hall. CSX Railroad has agreed to withhold train traffic for one hour, from candidates can now make plans to WWII Vintage C-47 Cargo Plane a nUtary version of a DC-3 was only
Brooker city council meets at 7 10-11 a.m., while the parade Is in progress. qualify for the next election, set for one of the thousands of WWU artifacts avalUbale for ..
p.m.. Tuesday Dec. 11. in city hall. Entries to this year's Christmas parade will be accepted up to 5 the first Tuesday in February. the dedication eeranlonle this past weekend at Camp .Sdlll'lDJ.:
Hampton city council meets at 7p.m. p.m., Thursday, Dec. 6. Visit the Chamber of Commerce or call ph. Qualifying ill MI for Dec. 2428. Museum Sf Memorial Park. For more on the Museum, ,
Tuesday Dec. 11, in city hall.
964-5278 for an application. 2A
U See Breaker Major.. .page Bl.










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Top Grade Earners at BMS...

The 19 students who earned itralght-A's for the '!bom... Elite Slitrunk. Dime Jacobs INSTALL AN ENTIRE
I first six-weeks grading period are ((1-r): Third row: C.K. Fuqua Emily Hartley,Chris
First row: Molly O'Neal Shannon Safer Julie Newsome. Tori Hersey.Jennifer Darley.
Loper Derek Slder Fourth row: Daniel King Benjamin Barfctdale.
Second row: Beth Slater. Cassandra Jarvis Tract Not shown: Trent Patterson, Jason Wilkinson Julie
Poncler.


I 19 Earn Strai ht's at BMS COMMUNICATIONSSYSTEM.


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Nineteen of 689 Bradford Middle Mrs. Elbert Hersey of Theressa. Walkup: Kelly'Willis, Shawn Wolf,
School students or 2.6 percent of the Daniel King, son of Virginia Kingof Christy Wood, Cory Wright. .
student body earned straight-A's Starke.
for the first six-weeks grading Chris Newsome, daughter of Mr. Seventh Grade... Lakeisha ',
period which ended Oct. 8. and Mrs. Michael Newsome of Austin, Brad Barber, Brad Bishop, .
Another 124 BMS students or 18 Starke. Angela Brown, Kevin Couey Shawn "
percent of the student body earnedall Jason Wilkinson, son of Mr. and Cox, Cynthia Denton! Greg Durban, '
A's and B's for a place on the A-B Mrs. J.L. Wilkinson of Lawtey. Dianna Durham, Carl Elder, ;\
honor roll.StraightA's.. Yemeako Fountain, Diterolonda ; CEKfEL .
6th Grade: Gates, Holly Gill, Angela Griffis '
... Emily Hartley, Mr.. Kelli Griffis. Temika Hampton, .
The 18 straight-A students, by and Michael Hartley orfStarke.Trent Kellie Hannah Nadia Harden
Patterson, daughter of Mr. Latonya Harden, Natasha Hudson WHERE PEOPLE CONNECT
grade, are:
and Mrs. Frank Patterson of Starke. Jenny Johnson, )Duke Lane, Robert CALL US AT 984-9066
Derek Siders, son of Mr. and Mrs. Libby, Arnie Long, Dildred Marshall .
Cecil Turner of Starke. Melissa McLeod Angela '
Eighth Grade: Beth Slater, of Mr. and Meng Ricky Mott, Brandy Olive,
Jennifer Darley, daughter of Mr. Mrs. John dater Sena Phillips, Estefanie Pormatilo, .: -
and Mrs. Roger Darley of Starke. Julie Robinson, Rachel span
C.K. Fuqua, son of Mr. and Mrs. A-B Honor Roll... Ronald Starling, Scott Thrift, Saul .. .e. II'
Ken Fuqua of Starke. The 124 students the A-B honor Urrutia, Kenneth Wainwright\ Lynn
Diane Jacobs, daughter of Don roll on Welch, Trlna Widner,Kesha Wilkes,
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by grade are:
Jacobs of Starke. Heather Williams, Wendy Williams. ,
Cassandra Jarvis,daughter of Mr. 8th Grade... Tanya Anderson
and Mrs. B.J.Jarvis of Raiford. Sixth: Grade... ,
Robbie Bassett, Angela Bedwell. Kara Andrews,
Julie Loper, daughter of Mr. and Grant Rosier, Josh Brewer, Tonika Tara Casey, Christopher Chandler
Mrs. Edward Loper of Starke. Bright, Christina Broome, Missy Erica Chastain, Sean Connaughton,
Molly O'Neal 01 daughter of Ms. Brown, Shannon Bunker, LeAnn Christina Dawson, Kiberli DeSue, .
Maura O'Neal Starke and Darrell Carlton, Jacob Coleman, KimDouglass Tiffany Donn, Jennifer Gleason. !: !: ,
Starke.
O'Neal of
Patrick Dugan. Chad Erin Hamilton, Danielle Hamm, "
Julie Poncier, daughter of Ms. Farnsworth Gaskins James Hankerson, Kim If :! 'x. < '" '
and April Cory Hayes; 11111to i)7 < I" "'a ,4 :fjprrtn'Wj( ppfl :
Linda Ward of Starke James ,.
., Angela Milliard Thomas' : .., ,
a :OoetunanCindy.: Grlder Amy ; 'Huggtne, 5' ..,_ IHiI. 'I"Iij
Ponder of Macclenny.Safer daughtertvf- Ms:''' '.Hallmark-,- Donald,-Hardy, Bynne :Jarrod Kersey, Melissa Kimbrel,' .'! ,IB "jl, .41.c.. ,"., !j'f. hW'lll' .
Shannon Harris, Pat Hilgerson, Teresa Charles Kirchaine, George Lee,
Gina Safer of Starke and Sheldon Christie G. Jason McCullough, Matt Odom
Hulsey, Jones, Roxann ,
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Safer of Orange Park. Kelley, Darron Lee, Steve Lewis, Carol Osteen, Sarika Patel, James .
Tract Thomas: daughter'of Mr. Reggie McClellan, Tracey Mc- Pemtington, Jeremy Pilcher, Andy I
of
Thomas Starke.
and Mrs.Tommy Cuflough, Jessica McDowell, Beth Redding Dewitt Revels, Bryan +
Modesitt, Kerl Packham, Stephanie Rice, Kelley Sellers, Shaw Sweat,
Grade
7th : Reagan Amber Malena Kelly Trimble Andrew Wainwright x
Reyngoodt: ; l ;
Ben Barksdale, son of Mr. and Roberts Erin Slack[ Heather Smith Amanda Welcii,Andrea White,Lindsay
Mrs. Robert Barksdale of Starke. Mark Smith Page Smith MichaelThomas. Woodfin. Christina Wooley,
Tori Hersey, daughter of Mr, andDowntown Rmalvn Thorna IJndsav(, Katrina Yeomans. Rga ;



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(from page 1A) Walnut Street is Or. J..Ii., $11.200.
fixtures at each entrance to the Denmark, and Is locate betweenthe Terwillegar Motors: Building
downtown area.Placing vacant building on the corner of facing Court St., 12420. Building "
16 brick crosswalks in Walnut and Call Streets and the facing Call St.. 9655. Building SW I
the downtown at all corners and at Charley E. Johns Insurance office corner of Call i Walnut St. Building
the mid-blocks. Placing brick bands building. Denmark has offered the. facing Call St., $5,630. Building facing .;
within the existing sidewalk building to the city for$39,000. Walnut St., $16,196.Terwillegar "
Extending: the current Fred Fox, who chaired the committee ,
streetscape project fromt' the said grant funds will be Chrysler- a
railroad to Cherry Street along Call utilized to pave a parking .area, Plymnouth 7250. ,: !
Street. behind Mitchell's Drug Store! pro-1 -Allen's Office Supply $10,000. f .'"..
Purchasing a vacant rundown viding owners Carolyn and Bobby, Mlthcell's Drug Store, 5000. ,
building on the west aide of Walnut Autry agree for its use by the public. -J J>. Jarmen. 15260. ,
Street, demolishing the building and Fox provided estimated costs for The largest expenditure of grant ,
creating a park on the property,and renovating building facades at funds will be for sidewalks and I
rehabilitating 11 existing store $90,676, with grant funds furnishing pedestrian malls, estimated at to '. :"
fronts. Renovating facades of storefronts $72,500 and owners providing, $363,902. i ig ;
will be on a 75 percent-25 per- $24,178. Fox said the application must be .
cent cost-sharing basis, with grant Private property to be renovated: ,in Tallahassee on or before today iyk$' E
funds paying 75 percent and building Leila Mundy, 3 store fronts, (Thursday, Nov. 29). He thinks the
owners paying 25 percent. $' ,005. city will be notified of its acceptanceor
The building to be razed on S. Chastain Jewelry and Gifts, rejection early in the new year.


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not speak for the board. agreement from Bessent and Waters, agreement should not be a problem.
Getting past the annexation hurdle that the county will enter into a ae-l I Since the grant provides full
the participants returned to cond Interlocal agreement to reimburse -, hookup to the 65 homes In the grant,
discussing the Impact of adding Lin- the city for engineering funds the city will should 4 4H
coln City to the WTP system and other expenditures, including ditures other than those provided tomein
work on the lift station, from grant the second agreement.
More on Sewers... funds, if available. The city
Ruckman said the Lincoln r.ttv stipulated that City Engineer! Ruckman told the council there
Ruckman be retained by the county are ramifications providing
; many
sewer system would be tied Into the for overseeing the project. No dissent -; sewer'and water services,but it isn't
system near the KOA by the county representative often that $650,000 is given out, and
Kamp but the
lift station will "
the city should go for it.
and require Waters pointed out that Impact Bob Webb,representing Fred Fox
upgrading, at a cost of 15000. The fees paid the city from grant funds'' Enterprises in preparing: the grant
will allow
upgrade the
and city to expand will approximate $60,000 which application, said the applicationwould
provide services along US-301 should more than cover expenditures be in Tallahassee before the
south. ..
on the project by the city,so deadline,and hopefully,with a good
The and
city asked received an funding of the second InterlocaJ chance for funding.
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. Stop Light May Be Due at Deerfoot Shopping. Centerstalled ",
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vBy luster Rahn ping Center before Christmas. soon:since John Collins, a '::r'r'u :
A traffic light at the '. :
busy intersect of
BCT Staff Writer Department Transportation .. ,
Anita Rink, executive director for tion was shown on the original Deer(' (DOT)spokesman,says DOT will Install ;!
the Chamber of Commerce, told foot site plan, dated March 1988. a I light and Mil Maisel and Co. :', ,11"
Stark city council, Tuesday, Nov. with the developer, Herman Matzohand for the fixture, if Maisel doesn't ,: :,, .
20.that a traffic light may be installed installation.Co. financially responsible for move on the project by the end of theBond I' 1I /
on US-P01S, at the Deerfoot Shop- its year. ,:I ,.
Recently Rick Collins, representing Trustees...
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Collins-Shepherd Leasing and
Brooker Mayor ,Management firm, told Bill Weldon, city operations .''
Prop that the owner do not have manager, gave the Bond Trustee. ." ,
,from page 1 A. the estimated $79.000 required to install report in lieu of City Clerk Linda : : ,',\
The mayor's seat will be vacatedat the light. However. Tony Wise, who was suffering with "
the end of the year since Mayor Brown,a major stockholder with the laryngitis. Bond "
Ted Bigham Lt serving one year Herman Maisel Co.. said the tafoH! Weldon said the Trustees "
term following a mix up In tenure matlon U erroneous and plan for opened I bids received from vendors .f"..,; '..
by former Mayor Blake Hamilton. financing the light will be completedby for a "digger-derrick" truck for setting
Mayor Bigham's health has beena the end of the week. A follow-up electrical poles and recommended -'
problem during the put year andmay letter will be sent to the Departmentof acceptance, of the thirdCofmdm.n ,
be a deciding factor in hisqualifying Transportation (DOT) as soon as' bid. 1rPage t \
for another term. financing la complete. Vernon'Sucox movedto .
MIl Rink thinks a light will be ln-:= accept the bid and received .
unanimous support in a 5-0 vote.







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-Ti; Hospice, Tree Brings Light to Terminally 111Visitors .

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to the First Union Bunk throughout north central Florida. live In a comfortable, pain controlled and give one a feeling of'helping
lobby may want to take a moment to Admission i to the facility: based on manner at home. The team others. The "others" may be oiwi's '
1 look at'the "Light Up a Ufe" tree need rather than ability to pay, and teaches both patient and family own family.
and perhaps have his or her name no one fa turned away because of about the illness what to expect and ,
placed on an ornament signifying age, sex ethnicbackground how to deal 'whit the limitation of Stop by thee tree Union Bank lobby
Sy an interest In the work being don by handicap or ability to the Illness. to e ee one of five in
the Hospice of North Central This is the third annual Hospice North Central Florida. Other are '
Florida. pay.The "Light Up a Ufe" tree utilized in located la the Oak Mall
The Hospice state licensed,not Hospice team- a medical funding Hospice activities, giving Gainesville Keystone Heights City
for profit agency,a division of Santa director:, nurse. ocial workers, local people an opportunity to contribute Hall Wal-Mart Store. Chlefland and ,
Fe Health Care System that provide counselor, home health aide to the ongoing program.Donation Crescent City.The Hospice serve 11 I
*care and support to terminally clergy and specially traine4volnteers of $5 or $15 will get your area counties, Including Bradford !
III people and their families assists the patient tn -.am on an ... r.t for CM tree.: and Union.


I Jacksonville Firm to Update Starke Land Use Plan, I
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p By Buster Rahn basic work and utilizing"'BHR for Savior was asked to return to the The council voted 5-0 to accept the.
a ICY sail w...... engineering work and City Attorney !special session Nov. 37 with figure BUR proposal.Saylor I.
The Slarte Council accepted a discounted T.Brown for legal work, pay based on the same criteria. said: he anticipates MO man
offer of Bevsent Harnmack ing the two their regular charges. The BHR proposal presented' wuriwllU required on the project,
and Ruckman (BUR) to update Its The council asked Saylor to return Tuesday night offered to do the basic and that BHR will utilize only
s 1 Comprehensive Land Use Plan, setting firm figures for preparing the job for $10,000 with no additional himself, Ruckman and Gary Sned-
t r 1 x it In motion Tuesday Nov. 27, a plan,with BUR being responsible.In charge for engineering fees.The offer don, a BHR associate engineer, on
4 tedious task of rewriting the 1180 In the meantime,Charles Justice ha* additional line item charge* the project. 4
land use plan a* required by the director of RPA addressed the for workshop and travel but Ruckman said,"The offer was discounted '
state. council saying his agency would do charge will be made on achuarcosts because of BHR' long
\ The updated plan, with a state the job for 10000. Justice did not Incurred. The total package aisMoclatioa with Starke." Ruckman
H deadline of July 1., 1W1 must meet -mention engineering and legal fees. amounts to $lltu. has been city engineer for about :30
guidelines of the state and region. Saylor returned Nov. 20 with After hearing Mayor Ed WaD say yean, beginning when he was a -
Choosing the engineering firm figure that Included $5,200 in legal the RPC offer doe not Include young engineer with Reynolds, I
I. didn't come easily, although It was fees, but City Attorney Terence engineering and legal fees, and the Smith and Hills.Ruckman .
the preference of the council all Brown said the two offer were not amount would have been added to recommended an advisory -
along. compatible because of Inclusion of its charge the BHR offer became committee of not more than
The North Central Florida item in the BHR offer that did not competitive, or possibly lower than five persons be appointed by the
Regional Planning Council (RPC) appear into RPC offer. the RPA offer. mayor to attsist with the planning.
offered to prepare the plan several
month ago for$10,000, assuring the ...
city that the plan would meet Doth .
state and regional guideline, and "
also meet the July 1, 1991 deadline.
BHR agreed to $11,81, including ,.. .
_:iWtr engineering fees. ...;:R
In the Nov. 6 council meeting ... \
Mike Saylor, representing BUR f

etw.r,...,.........I th.U.sp1o., ....M RrsdI..Q..oty.Y cIoero1Inr- presented an estimate of$25oae$30,000 14i s..'." .(!j.. I IR Ia
firm .
for an outside to .
...third ..Flirt
I .f d.nals.s tre..rr eats.lbs u-Is sr.tei far rUth.kUy
11nMe..... ........a*..lies O... .la F.Bmllh Cm H..>.k.rngrw wring- prepare the plan. In that meeting.
-...... Saylor suggested the city do the job
In-houM by hiring student to do the. lf. ni'ek
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Adjustment Bd.
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Denies Exception' .- 99021 w.M ,

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For Horse Lot !

'The Bradford County Board of Adjustment -
denied a request for' a : a
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special exception for pasturing' I i iI
H Hboth
horse in the residential area of
Crystal Lake Homesites at its .
meeting November 27,overturning a I ,

recommendation from the zoning : -- H H.yt raM __ .. -.r ..._ I
board to allow keeping two horses, r
for three a compromise
years lIome-of-the'Month.
reached by the zoning board at a November .. I'
Bearing November 5. Fred and Barbara Hanson, Mi Glendale Street In worked ta the yard, starting from bare ground
Starke. have been selected as Ilome-of-Uie-Month for to achieve what you see today.
Homeowner Jack Thompson November by the Bradford-Union Board of Realtors. Fred Is retired from the Navy but ran a restaurantfor
entered two applications for special The llartsons have lived In Starke only 3% year, a time after retiring and now works part time at
exceptions to allow keeping horse I coming here from Orange Park and Mlddleburg. but'' WalMart.GiMNewHohdayLook.
in Crystal lake Homesi He had h
made two separate purchases of
contiguous properties, one of four Educating Minority
residential iota and one of three lots, _

atid was treating them as separate ChU4renToptc! 'mr.t .. .. ,
rj-operties, requesting two horse be... ///1"
For.Comerence"' u. slncr/. "'
Kish ,rv.bt tG't
(flowed on one property and ortjjrg v
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horse on the other. A 'ort educating -" I II
minority children is set from 9 a.m. I
.: Opposition to granting the exception until noon Saturday Dec. 1, at the
was mounted by residents, led RJE Complex on Pine Street in
by Crystal Lake Homesites Civic Starke.Dr. .
Association President John Montgomery c Simon Johnson director of
who Introduced a petition i Minority Recruitment at the University -
with 43 signatures of resident in the it 51 w of Florida will be keynote
subdivision who are opposed. I speaker. Dr. Johnson and his wife
I I Verna will also conduct workshop
'A counter petition containing 37 : on Motivating the Minority StudentIn
signatures was introduced by which strategies and learning
Thompson. Montgomery challenged I styles from their book will focus on
11 of those a* not being property strategies! that work and will be
owners in the subdivision which was helpful to educators: who attend. In- t
denied by Thompson saying all are service points can be earned for at-
residents. Wal-Mart Salutes Seri Icemen... according to [ J.'
Hudson .IIII
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Alice chairperson of the .
N Opposition to the home was based Paying tribute to the servicemen from this area who are In the Persian Minority Affairs Committee (MAC).
on 'contributing to the fly Gulf area, Wal-Mart manager Art Douglas has erected a Christmas tree .
problem"and "if thin goes through near the entrance to be decorated- with ornaments engraved with the ser- A parenting workshop led by \X1eOfl
you are opening the door to more request : vkemun's name. Elaine Lee, will be offered for dngOuA
*" for variances which may include "There are at leant tOO-ornaments on the tree sow"Douglas said"andwe parents who can gain suggestions on
"cows,chickens or even pigs," get 1Q.to IS new one* every day." how to understand or help their
said Marvin Stallings, anotherspokesman A picture of the decorated tree Is given to participants to be aent to theirman children.In .
for the opposition or girl overseas and after Christmas,the.ornaments will be given to an effort to develop a col-
the families for their own use another year. laborative relationship between administrators
Deed restrictions for the subdivi- The response has been great.Douglas said and actually some have had teachers students
sion prohibit livestock. Zoning tears In their eyes when they hang their engraved decoration en the tree. parents policy-makers and com- k bvBasicsMalopCollectmllO/XWlth/ )
regulations allow hone only in the munity leaders, an educational
RSF-1 classification, but only by '.' forum representing each of these IM.50 Purchase
special exception."I A powder puff kept In the flour canister come In handy when you are areas will address minority concerns Any

home,purchased Thompson four told Iota the and board a, dusting flour on a rolling pin or pastry board.Short six high of school our ) student. Supt. Jim by With everything i in our New Basics beauty bonus you

and found I had "quite a bit of Duncan will be on the panel. can have a complete holiday makeover. The entire collec-

grass." "Minority affairs concern tion comes in a beautiful makeup tray and it's just $10 with

Pasturing horses was easier than OnChristmas everyone. We believe that all any$14.50 Merle Norman cosmetic purchase. So come in
mowing the grans to keep the property children must learn and together we beautiful
and start celebrating your most holiday ever
clean Thompson maintains. can make a difference. says; Ms.
Also the previous owner had horses Cash ? Hudson."We send out an urgent call
', and Join us meRLE( noRnwrCOSMETIC
he said admitting he was aware of for your support. Come
the stipulation. in his deed. ,,$t ', :.. 0 ,', and find out bow you can help us STUDIOS
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make the difference for our children
who are our future."
Montgomery urged denial of the ,. The conference Is sponsored by 118 Thompson Street
'request, saying the property..was ,V;, : the Minority Affairs Committee
bought knowing.'that the area ,is through the Bradford Education Starke, Florida 32091
residential and restriction against Association.
livestock existed,'""and' that W 'the Anyone interested is invited to at 964-7355
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way it should stay," .. tend.
Joanna Knepper, speaking In'
'favor of the exception claims
'pasturing the area In keeping weeds,
'high,; grass and brush- from growing, Please Vote
out of hand "and I think the horse ,
are an asset to the neighborhood." I
Thompson has cleaned out borrow
pita that were being used for g r- Emmett BRIGHTfor
\bage dump, she said.Barbara 0

but Hinson.not within adjoining the Crystal landowner : :. Havei A Parage, SaleNext "

Lake Home ltea subdivision, also ,
approved the exception saying"We
have had horse for 22 year off and Weekend! and Solve Lawtey City Council
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\:>'f.: on Flies have not been problem.

.11\\"' .'eda In, other variance action requested the board by approv-Colin ,. your Problem; "I want to appreciation to each

Davis, which will allow him to buildan ,,, l L" 4r, ; express my

house open bought la carport not at square Hampton on a on home the Lake.tot he,recently so corners The--' .., One Ad, Does It All of you in your support of my efforts to :

: of the carport will Invade the : 1a (> \ : "
.' to city.
; help bring our
required set back limits. : progress
The addition will enhance the 'Call
'character of the community. Davis .

{.aid.the east He aide.ft own. the property joining 413 964.6305'42261 'Please vote for me on Dec. 4, 1990.
2210
I No opposition to the request was -
heard. The board' finding deter- ., ,
mined the construction to be comrspatibl Thank you for your support.
'. with the neighborhood andInot 'I IS'words for ,$3.50
a detriment. Passage 'was I ," Pd.pol.adv I'd.far by B.Bright Camp.Fund
'unanimous. ',:






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Top Grade Earners at BMS...

The 19 student who earned itralght-A'i for the Tomas Elise Slstrunk. Diane Jacobs. INSTALL AN ENTIRE
first six-weeks grading period are l-r): Third row C.K. Fuqua Emily Hartley Chris
First row: Molly O'Neal Shannon Safer. Julie Newsome Tori Hersey. Jennifer Darley.
Loper Derek Slders. Fourth row Daniel King, Benjamin Barfcsdale.
Second row: Beth Slater. Cassandra Jarvis Tract Not shown Trent Patterson Jason Wilkinson Julie

Ponder. COMMUNICATIONSSYSTEM.


19 Earn Straisrht-A's at BIAS

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Nineteen of 689 Bradford Middle Mrs. Elbert Hersey of Theressa. Walkup; Kelly"Willis. Shawn Wolf.
School students, or 2.6 percent of the Daniel King, son of Virginia Kingof Christy Wood Cory Wright. .
student body, earned straight-A's Starke.
for the first six-weeks grading Chris Newsome, daughter of Mr.. Seventh Grade... Lakeisha
period which ended Oct. 8. and Mrs. Michael Newsome' of Austin Brad Barber, Brad Bishop, ,
Another 124 BMS students or 18 Starke. Angela Brown! Kevin Casey, Shawn
percent of the student body, earnedall Jason Wilkinson son of Mr. and Cox, Cynthia Denton, Greg Durban
A's and B's for a place on the A-B Mrs. J.L. Wilkinson of Lawtey. Dianna Durham, Carl Elder, ,I.. CEKrEL '
honor roD.StraightA's.. Yemeako Fountain, Diterolonda .
6th Grade: Gates, Holly Gill, Angela Grlttis, .
... Emily Hartley of Mr. Kelli Griff a. Temika Hampton, ,

The 18 straight-A students, by and Michael dater.. Kellle Hannah Nadia Hardan .,:, WHERE PEOPLE CONNECT
Harden Natasha .
grade Trent Patterson daughter of Mr. Latonya Hudson
are: .
and Mrs. Frank Patterson of Starke. Jenny Johnson Duke Lane, Marshall CALL US AT 964-OO66
Derek Siders son of Mr. and Mrs. Libbv, Amle Long Dildred
Cecil Turner of Starke. Melissa -McLeod: Angela r., "
Eighth Grade: Beth Slater daughter of Mr. and Meng, Ricky Mott. Brandy Olive, '
Jennifer Darley daughter of Mr. Mrs. John Slater of Lawtey. Sena Phillips, Estefanie Pormatilo, '
and Mrs. Roger Darley of Starke. Julie Robinson, Rachel Sparks
C.K. Fuqua son of Mr, and Mrs. A-B Honor Roll... Ronald Starling, Scott Thrift, SaulUrrutla 1UU!! ; .
Ken Fuqua of Starke. Kenneth Wainwright Lynn
The 124 students the A-B honor
Diane Jacobs, daughter of Don on Welch, Trlna WIdner Kesha Wilkes, "
Jacobs of Starke. roll by grade are: Heather Williams, Wendy Williams. .

Cassandra Jarvis daughter of Mr. 8th Grade... Tanya Anderson,
and Mrs. B.J. Jarvis of Raiford. Robbie Bassett Angela Bedwell Sixth Grade... Kara Andrews, .: "
Julie Loper daughter of Mr. and Grant Hosier, Josh Brewer, Toriika Tara Casey, Christopher Chandler,
Mrs. Edward Loper of Starke. Bright, Christina Broome, Missy Erica Chastain, Sean Connaughton,
O'Neal of Ms. II
Molly daughter Christina Dawson, Kiberli
Brown, Shannon Bunker, LeAnn DeSue '
of
Maura O'Neal Starke and Darrell Tiffany Donn Jennifer Gleason .'1
Carlton, Jacob Coleman, Kim ',J .. .
O'Neal of Starke. '
Douglass, Patrick Dugan, Chad Erin Hamilton, Danielle Hamm, : t,' Julie Ponder, daughter of Ms. Farnsworth, April Gaskins, Cory James Hankerson, Kim Hayes," t I. 'rr'. any .. v' .. ,I",",".,,, m ,I '+,o J', : 'Jt"tII' \
p Linda Ward of Starke and James ,
Angela Hilliard,Thomas'' IIU 'il "
,CoeUman: ,-Cindy; Grlder Amy Hugatnsr .if' {" 't'J
Poncier Shannon of Macclenny.Safer daughtefof.',1 Ms.,;; .,Hallmark,. Donald ;Hardy, Bynne Jarrod Kersey, Melissa Kimbrel,. di 00S-' taraasi ..III t +!ui 110 Shwnl
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Charles Klrchalne. George Lee
Harris, Pat Hilgerson, Teresa ,
Gina Safer of Starke and Sheldon
Jason McCullough. Matt Odom
Hulsey, Christie G. Jones, Roxann
Safer of Orange Park. Kelley, Darron Lee, Steve Lewis, Carol Osteen, Sarika Patel James
Traci Thomas; daughter' Mr. Reggie McClellan, 'Tracey Mc- Pennington, Jeremy Pilcher, Andy 1
and Mrs., Thomas of Starke.
Tommy Redding Dewitt Revels.
Cuflough, Jessica McDowell, Beth Bryan
Modesitt! Keri Packham, Stephanie Rice Kelley Sellers, Shaw Sweat, ."
7th Grade: Reagan, Amber Reyngoudt, Malena Kelly Trimble} Andrew Wainwright, '\'
Ben Barksdale, son of Mr. and Roberts,Erin Slack, Heather Smith Amanda Welch,Andrea White,Lindsay -
Mrs. Robert Barksdale of Starke. Mark Smith. Page Smith MichaelThnmR" Wood/in. Christina Wooley,
Tori Hersey, daughter of Mr. and Rmnlvn Thoman. Jndsav Katrina Yeomans. : .

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I Downtown Grant .i


'1 (from IA) Walnut Street $11.200.
page M IV. J.lii.;
fixtures at each entrance to the Denmark and is locate betweenthe Terwillegar Motors: Building P ..,..
downtown area. vacant building on the corner of facing Court St., $12,420. Building .
Placing 16 brick crosswalks in Walnut and Call Streets and the facing Call St. 9655. Building SW \. -.. '
the downtown at all corners and at Charley E. Johns Insurance office corner of Call i Walnut St. Building ..i'
the mid-blocks. Placing brick bands building. Denmark has offered the. facing Call St., $5,630. Building fac-
within the existing sidewalks. building to the city for 39000. ing Walnut St., $16,196.'Terwillegar .
Extending the current Fred Fox, who chaired the com- as'A rR
streetscape project fromt' the mittee, said grant funds will be Chrysler- ,
railroad to Cherry Street along Call utilized to pave a'' parking area, Plymnouth 7250. Vp f
Street. behind Mitchell's Drug Store, providing : -' Allen's Office Supply, $10,000.
Purchasing a vacant rundown owners Carolyn and Bobby, Mlthcell's Drug Store. 5000. .
building on the west side of Walnut Autry agree for its use by the public. JJJ. Jarmen, 15260. } '
Street demolishing the building and Fox provided estimated costs for The largest expenditure of grant tom V "
creating a park on the property, and renovating building facades at funds will be for sidewalks and ;t S S .: :
rehabilitating 11 existing store $96,676, with grant funds furnishing pedestrian malls, estimated at xS
fronts. Renovating facades of store $72,500 and owners providing, $ I3,98Z.
fronts will be on a 75 percent-25 per- 24176. Fox said the application must be
cent cost-sharing basis, with grant Private property to be renovated: in Tallahassee on or before today
funds paying 75 percent and building Leila Mundy, 3 store fronts, (Thursday, Nov. 29). He thinks the
owners paying 25 percent. $4,065. city will be notified of its acceptanceor
The building to be razed on S. Chastain Jewelry and Gifts, rejection early in the new year. "


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not speak for the board. agreement from Bessent and Waters agreement should not be a problem.
Getting past the annexation hur that the county will enter into a second -.( Since the grant provides full
cUe, the participants returned to Interlocal agreement to reim; hookup to the 65 homes in the grant,
discussing the impact of adding Lin- burse the city for engineering funds the city will should incur no expenditures -
coln City to the WTP system and other expenditures, including other than those provided for
work on the lift station, from gran! in the second agreement.
More on Sewers... funds, If available. The city
Ruckman said the IJnrnln r.itv stipulated that City Engineer! Ruckman told the council there
Ruckman be retained by the county are many ramifications in providing
sewer system would be tied into the for overseeing the project No dissent -.' sewer and water services, but it Isn't
system near the KOA by the county representative often that $650,000 is given out, and
Kamp but the lift station will the city should "go for it." _

and require Waters pointed out that impact' Bob Webb, representing Fred Fox
upgrade upgrading will at.allow theecitytt expaand fees paid the city from grant fund1 i Enterprises in preparing the grant
and will approximate $60,000 which application, said the application I
couth.provide services along US-301 should more than cover expenditures -' would be in Tallahassee before the ...
The asked on the project by the city, so' deadline and hopefully, with good
city and received an funding of the second InUrlocal. chance: for funding.


I Stop Light May Be Due at Deerfoot: Shopping Center ......,. j, ,
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.CT Staff Write A traffic light at the busy Intersect! Department of TransportationDOT "
Anita Rink, executive director for tlon was shown on the original Deer ( ) spokesman says DOT will install ,'.:s !
the Chamber of Commerce, told foot site plan, dated March 1908. a J light and bill Malsel and Co. :1"1 si
Starke city council Tuesday, Nov. with the developer. Herman Malssiand for the fixture, if Maisel doesn't ,, 1 ,

20. that a traffic light may be installed Co.. financially responsible for move on the project by the end of theyear. '.,' ', ':i"i. ;">'
its InIIta lation. .
on US-301S.at the Deerfoot Shop \ '
Recently, Rick Collins, representing Bond Trustees... [ "
Collins-Shepherd Leasing and Bill Weldon, city'oper.tions : :. '1
Brooker Mayor Property Management firm, told the Bond Trustees S. .t, .
manager gave
Mo.Rink that the owners do not have
lieu of Clerk Linda : J.
from' page 1A) the estimated $75,000 required to uv report in City
The mayor's. seat will be vacatedat stall the light. However Tony Wise, who was suffering withWekkn'sald ,
the end of the year since Mayor Brown,a major stockholder with the JaryalliUa.
Bond
Ted Bigham to serving one year Herman Maine Co., said the InfoH the Trustees vendor ..,I.
term following a mix up In tenure mation 1 Ia erroneous and plant for opened I bids received from .; ,I, t
truck for setting

by former Mayor Blake Hamilton. financing the light will be completedby for a "digger-derrick": and
electrical) poles, recommended
Mayor Blgham'a health has been the end of the week. A folfow-up the third
of
a problem during the past year and letter will be sent to the Department acceptance, .
bid.OUUnclln. ''r' \
may be a deciding : of Transportation (DOT) as soon. -lowest "{ '
Sikooc
Vernon movedto
qualifying for anotesfterm.i financing is complete .
RInk ; accept the bid and received ,
Ms. thinks light win be uvi
unanimous support in a 5-0 vote.







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Hospice wee Brings Light to Terminally III ,

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Visitors to the First Union Bank throughout north central Florida. live In a comfortable,pain controlled and give one a feeling of'helping '.
lobby may want to take a moment to Admission to UM facility is based on manner at home. The team others. The "other. riay be one'.
look Attba "Light Up a Life" tree, need rather than ability to pay and teaches both patient and family own family.
and perhapj haw hut or her name no one to turned away because of about the Illness,what to expect and
placed on an ornament signifying age, sex, ethnic how to deal with the limitations of Stop by the First. Union Bank lob
,F c, Interest In the work being done by background, handicap or ability to the illness. by to see the tree, one of five in
t+tr the Hospice of North Central This is the third annual Hospice North Central Florida. Others are
Florida. pay.The "Light Up a Ufe" tree utilized In located in the Oak Mall,
The Hospice state licensed not Hospice team a medical funding Hospice activities, giving Gainesville Keystone Height City
for profit agency, a division of Santa director, nurses social workers, local people an opportunity to con Hall, Wal-Mart Store,Chiefland and
Fe Health Care System that provides counselors, home health aides tribute to the on-going program.Donations Crescent Cit).The Hospice serve 11
care and support to terminally clergy and specially trainedvolunteen of IS or fit will get your area counties, Including Bradfordand I I
0 k rrt ill people and their families assists_' the patient to r.am on au ... nt for im IT**. Union.


Jacksonville Firm to Update Starke Land Use Plan 1By
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Buster RahnKTttaHWrHw basic work: and utilizing BHR for Saylor was asked to return to the The council voted W to accept: the
t engineering work and City Attorney special: session Nov. 17 with figure BHRproposal.
: The Starke Council accepted a discounted Terence Brown for legal work, pay- based on the same criteria. Saylor said be anticipate 300 man
offer of Bessent ing the two their regular charge The BHR proposal presented' hours will be required on the project,
and Ruckman ( ) to mmacks The council ask Saylor to return Tuesday night offered to do the basic and that BHR will utilize only
Comprehensive Lend Use Plan, setting with firm figures for preparing the Job for 110,000 with no additional himself Ruckman and Gary Sned-
H. ,,0 + tt in motion Tuesday, Nov. TJ, a plan, with BHR being responsible.In charges for engineering fees.The of don, a BUR associate engineer, on ,
tedious task of rewriting the 1980 the meantime, Charles Justice, fer has additional line item charges the project. t
eli land use plan as required by the director of his addressed the for workshops and tra."ell but Ruckman said,"The offer was discounted '
state. council: .. agency would do charges will be made on actual costs because of BHIt's long
Y The updated plan, with a state the Job for 10000. Justice did not incurred. The total package asModation ."Ruckman
i deadline of July 1.1891, must meet ,mention engineering and legal fees. amounts to$11,815. has been city engineer for about SO
guideline of the sate and region. Saylor returned Nov. 20 with After hearing Mayor Ed WaU say years, beginning when he was a
Choosing the engineering firm figures that Included $5,200) in legal the RPC offer does not include YOUDI en gsneerlills with Reynoldll,
t didn't come easily, although it wa fees, but City Attorney Terence engineering and legal fee, and the, Smitb and I I'
3 the preference of the council all Brown said the two offers were not amount would have been added to Ruckman recommended an advisory
along. compatible because of Inclusion of its charges, the BHR offer became committee of not more than
The North Central FloridaRegl1 Items in the BHR offer that did not competitive.. or possibly lower than five persons be appointed by the I
Planning Council (RPC) appear late RFC offer. the RPA offer. mayor to assist with the planning.
offered to plan several
months ago for$10,000, assuring the
'city that the plan would meet both
fete and regional guideline and 4'a 'f&' i*' iC
also meet the July I, 19111 deadline. &+ IBS&x
,; BHR agreed to $l,81S, including
engineering fees ,
y In the Nov a council meeting,

Mike Saylor, representing BHR
;UlUa Bunt*ckdifrnM...B..**...1h **Brdf.4 t7.aly.b ticking MMdown prevented an estimate of
.. _ I v.)....Bull.........p M fIlM th.....14.u..ItII Can...,...rr. -.......- prepare the plan. In that
-..... Saylor suggested the city meetie ie
in-house by hiring a student .

Adjustment Bd.

Denies Exception'' 99021s


For Horse LotThe

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Bradford County Board of Ad-
justment denied a request for a
special exception for pasturing
horses in the residential area of
Crystal Lake Home itell, at its
meeting November 27,overturning a

recommendation from the zoning ._ .. *
board to allow keeping two horse I ,
for three years, a compromise
reached by the zoning board at a November Home-of-the Month... ,

Bearing November 5. Fred and Barbara ."n_,Ml Glendale Street In both worked In the yard starting from bare ground,
Starke. have been selected as Home-vf-the-Month for to achieve what you see today.
Homeowner Jack Thompson November by the Bradford-Union Board of Realtor Fred I Is retired from the Navy, but ran a restaurantThe
entered two applications for special Hartson have lived In Starke only 3Vi yean, for a time after retiring, and now works part time at
exceptions to allow keeping horses coming here from Orange Park and Middleburg. but Wal-Mart.
in Crystal lake Home ite He bad
made two separate purchases of
contiguous properties one of four Educating Minority
residential lots and one of three lots,
ajid was treating them as separate Children,Topic .. ,
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HJ-opertifiS, requesting two horses ta-,
For..Comereneo,' I, '
t. KirmA ,'iebi'iG1
flowed on one property and oigg '
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horse on the other. A inini-con/erence educating: .-" .
; minority children is set from 9 a.m.
:
Opposition to granting the excep until noon Saturday, Dec. 1, at the
tion
was mounted by residents led
RJE Complex on Pine Street in
by Crystal Lake Homesites Civic. Starke.Dr. .
Association President John Mon- Simon Johnson, director of
tgomery, who Introduced a petition Minority Recruitment at the University .
with 43 signatures residents in the' of Florida will be keynote
subdivision who are opposed. speaker. Dr. Johnson and his wife, r
,"" .rM+ Verna, will also conduct a workshop
'A counter petition, containing 37 r on Motivating the Minority Studentin s
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signatures, was introduced and
by which strategies learning
.
Thompson. Montgomery challenged .:: 3 style from their book will focus on
11 of those as not being property 4 .flj strategies that work and will be
owners In the subdivision,which was helpful to educators who attend. In. t
denied by Thompson saying all are service points can be earned for attending
rellidents. Wal-Mart Salutes Servicemen... the workshop, according to ..,v------, -.--. ,
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Alice Hudson, chairperson of the
Opposition to the horse was based Paying tribute to the servicemen from this" area who are In the Persian Minority Affairs Committee(MAC).
on 'contributing to the fly Gulf area. Wal-Mart manager Art Douglas na* erected a christmas tree .
problem"and "if this goes through near the entrance to be decorated with ornaments engraved with the serviceman's A parenting workshop led by
you are the door to more re-' name. Elaine Lee, will be offered for ieOffedngOuAGitNewHohdayLook}
quellts"opening ancea which may Include "There are at leant KMLornament on the tree now,"Douglas said, "and parent who can gain suggestions on
"COWl chickens or even pigs" we get It to II new ones every day." how to understand or help their
said Marvin Stallings, another A picture of the decorated tree la given to participant to be sent to their children.
spokesman for the opposition man or girl oversee, and after Christmas,the.ornaments will be given to In an effort to develop a 'collaborative
the families for their own use another year. relationship between administrators
Deed restrictions for the subdivi The response has been great,Douglas..Id.and actually some have had teachers students,
Ion prohibit livestock. Zoning tears In their eyes when they hang their engraved decoration on the tree.A parents, policy-makers and com- The New Basics MakeupCo&ctk: SKlOOWith
regulations allow horses only in the munity leadens, an educational
RSF-1 classification but only by forum representing each of these
'
special exception. powder puff kept in the flour canister comes In handy when you aredusting areas will address minority concerns Any IH50 Purchase
"I purchased four lots and a flour on a rolling pin or pastry board. of our youth represented by bonus
With i in New Basics
everything our beauty
and Thompson told the board six high school students. Supt. Jim you
gass/fl Ind l bad 4<<1Ulto b''< Duncan will be on the panel. can have a complete holiday makeover. The entire collection -

in beautiful and it's f 10 with
"Minority affairs concern comes a makeup tray just

Pasturing horses was easier than Short On everyone. We believe that all any 14.50 Merle Norman cosmetic purchase. So come In
mowing the grass to keep the pro children must learn and together we beautiful
and most holiday ever.
start celebrating
perty clean, Thompson maintains. can make a difference" says Ms. your
'Also the previous owner had horses Christmas; / Cash: ? Hudson."We send out an urgent call
he said, admitting he was aware ofthe for your support. Come and Join us meRLE noRffiArrCOSMETIC (
stipulations, his deed. .' \ and find out how you can help us
., i make the difference for our childrenwho STUDIOS

: Montgomery urged denial of the The are conference our future.Is" sponsored by 118 Thompson Street
request the
raying property. was the Minority Affairs Committee
bought knowing that the .area ,is through the Bradford Education Starke, Florida 32091
residential and restrictions against Association.
livestock existed.""and that Is the Anyone interested Is Invited to at- 964-7355
it should "' .
way stay, tend.
Joanna Knepper. speaking ID- ---
favor of the exception, claims
'pasturing the area is keeping! weeds,
'high grass and brush from growing Please Vote
,out of hand, "and I think the horsesare '
an asset to the neighborhood."
Thompson has cleaned out borrow
pits that were being used for gar* Emmett BRIGHTfor
j ,bage dumps, she said.
Barbara Ilinson. adjoining Ian-, ,.
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/downer, but not within the Crystal: : Have ,A garage SaleNext "
'Lake Homesite subdivision, also "
approved the exception saying"We
have had horses for 22 years off and Weekend and Solve Council"I
I .. on. Flies have not been a problem." 'i, Lawtey City
In other action, the board approw Your Problem
\1(1\(\ .ed a variance requested by Colin appreciation to each
Davis, which will allow him to build ,/l./ ,; want to express my
an carport on a borne he recently

.house open bought is not at square Hampton on the Lake.lot,so cor-The ,, 'Ohc'Ad Does It All! of you in your support of my efforts to

': of the will Invade the '' "
nera carport :
..'reed set back will limits.enhance the ; 'tall help bring progress to our city.

;'character of the community, Davis ,

,,ald.east He side.owns the property joiningthe Please vote for me on Dec. 4, 1990.

t 473 2210 964.6305 -496-2261
No opposition to the request was -
.beard. The board' finding deter
mined the construction to be com- Thank for your support. d
", ." patlble''with the neighborhood and, 15 words S3.5O you ,

,;,not unanimous.r a 'was- ,:.,: < .... Pd.poL adv Pd. for by E.Bright Camp.Fund




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Gathered around the 43rd Division monument at
i County Jude George Pierce delivers address at Blanding are (from left): Sam Lamagna of Ocala; Ribbon Cutting CeremonyGeneral

unveiling Purple Heart memorial at Camp Danny White, commander of the 43rd's Sunbelt
; Standing: last Saturday. Chapter, in Orlando; Ray Durban who assisted in Arter and General Ensslin open the gatesto
I \ placement of the memorial; Julian McRae. of Starke. Blanding Memorial Park at a ribbon-cutting

r who served {is.a Tech. Set. with the 43rd; and BillHeadFofCrysw ceremony Sunday afternoon.

,a.i,.:" 1 .' River editor of the; 43rd Bulletin.

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.. Purple Heart Memorial Unveiled

.: By Rotary Club atJ31anding : ,EOD Unit Leaves BlandingOn

F 43rd Division Vets Recall .". Way To Saudi ArabiaThe

An impressive Purple Heart never thrived on peace but only on Skirmishes with Dixie Boys
o momument, dedicated to all service survival of the fittest. Should we
men wounded or killed In battle, was stand Idly by? Absolutley not! threat of war with Iraq came closer to home Saturday'When till,
dedicated Saturday afternoon in a Shame on those who are pacifist and ten-member 221st Emergency Ordinance Detachment left Camp BlaDdIna
rl ceremony marking the opening day think it is for economic gain. Why is a Florida rebel helping "There was plenty of scrapping at 10 a.m.,Nov.24,alter being photographed Individually with AdJu
I of the World War II Museum and "We are prepared with God's help with a 43rd (New England going on between those two units tan{General Robert Enaslin, and sayillll farewells to family and friend,
Memorial Park at Camp Blanding. and guidance... to pursue peace as a "Yankee") Division memorial at said McRae, who was assigned to "
County Judge George Pierce, a defender, and not as an aggressor." Camp Blanding? This is the question the 43rd after it They were treated the night before Thanksgiving to a traditional turkey
as a replacement
member of ten Starke Rotary Club, He pointed out that one of the dinner at the Officer's Club hosted by the Camp Branding Support Group
that friends of Julian McRae of
donor of the monument, dedicated it great purposes of Rotary Is the ad- took a beating on Guadacanal early with the help of a group of Theressa ladles who assisted with preparationof
In cooperation with the Military vancement of international Starke, were asking at the Camp in the War. the food.Twenty dinners were nerved, including guests of the unit.
Order of the Purple Heart Association undentandlngjllood will,and peace, Blanding dedication last weekend.
of the United States. and the The Dixie Division Alabama, The Rebels and the Yankees were commanded by Lt. Franklin Fields, of Keystone HeightiJ!
ideal of service.In include from Starke, SFC William Eilbeck; one from Florahomejj
Touching on the present unsettled Louisiana and Florida)
,
Mississippi placed at Blanding in close proximity Benefield of Melrose.Fro
conditions in Saudi Arabia, where dedicating the momument to first SFC Janet Matthews; and Specialist Michael
American Troops are now defending "the brave men in whose memory it was the to arrive at Blanding and they actually set up a more distant places were Specialist David Green, Orlando, PFC Clin
the country from attack by Iraq, was erected". Judge Pierce said, for training at the outbreak of World "Maso / ion. Line" drawn in the Ford, Port Rfcbey; and Sgt. Michael Wengyn from Wesley Chapel oea
Judge Pierce said, "The rules that "Let us pursue peace, no matter War II ana the 43rd made up of men sand between the two, McRae said. Dade etty. and Staff Sergeants Paul Whiddon, Seffner, and iI MohoJaebonv"le. |
mark a civilized society may be on what the costs, and preserve those from the New England' stales, was had to the line to Staff Sat. Martin Potrawskl, of Gainesville, in th
d the verge of being tested once again high Ideals for which we In Rotary second.B The 43rd men cross Jacksonville Naval Hospital and could not leave with the unit.
\ lot
by a person and his country that has and as U.S. Citizens stand." get out of camp. "That caused a
of scrapping, until the General told Lt. Fields said that morale was high among his unit, and they were!
EMO9 them to cool it-the Civil War was ready to save

i over and they'd better start saving EOD Ia a highly technical unit, specializing in detonating explosive
l their energy for World War IL" devices that have failed to explode on impact. (commonly known 811

E'D'.lT': O'RJ lt\L.\ But the jousting continued, "duds"The Guardsmen). were sent to Fort Stewart, Ga., where! they will await

11. ; ; S' I especially in some of the "jook deployment to Saudi Arabia.
.. joints" around Boom Town just outside

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Blending until the Camp:Com
mander declared them out of
bounds. The Yanks didn't like to
Time Is Ripe to Consolidate: hear the Rebs sing Dixie, it seems.
McRae enjoyed the reunion with

his wartime friends,. who said they, r
r' all got shot up in the war;but Julian
Zoning Operations : 'got it the worst"- bad
it
CAMP' :; / eventually'won -
C 'to ,I : him a ticket home.
; .'!,4t4tt'4U. .. bkw" .J 'r) .. IWViw, ,' '-> 't J J BLANDING ?i
!:,,;, uro.lIIll: :: ::. 1 .. .. ..... ,.-- ., As McRae tells it,he was gel"a'ridge 1
during his unit's invasion of
;Bradford County, the City of Starke and plemented almost'20 years ago, but the the Pacific island of Luzon in mid- 43d Infantry DivisionInfanryman 31st Infantry Division

:Smaller municipalities in the county, i now new Comprehensive Land Use Plan com- January 1945 when he heard mortar
,eve an excellent opportunity to improve ing on line in mid 1991 requires improved fire, "I had just dug two shovels of
zoning procedures by consolidating ordinances procedures for handling zoning issues. Agricultural ComplexTo where to dig in, and that's
and personnel into a single entity Be NamedIn mortar hit and blew me
\ responsible to the county. As it now- stands, each has a zoning Honor of Conner into the air," he said. .

| ;Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal has board and a board of adjustment. Shrapnel hit him in 27 places, and Y
resigned his combined job of Similarities end at that point. Zoning procedures Dedication ceremonies will be his left arm is still pitted where the
zoning held Dec. 1, for
for the two governments are Saturday hit. As his
buddies
nirector: and solid waste director,and will the naming of the Doyle Conner pieces were trying -
:3>e leaving office Dec. 14. While he hasbeen quite different, and for no good reason, Agricultural Complex In to pull him away from the ridge
wearing three or' more hats the except for having been drawn and implemented Tallahassee in honor of Commissioner top a sniper in a nearby tree hit him
=position was jerry-rigged at best and illierved by differing boards. Conner who is retiring from in the leg. "I hollered that he was in
the office he has held
continuously the "
and
tree they cut him down he
f patrons of the office at worst. Brooker, Hampton and Lawtey have no since I860. Former Governor Farris ,
:XPNeal served as administrator of the zoning for all practical except Bryant will be the dedication said.McRae
purposes,
spent about seven months
speaker. The Agricultural ComplexIs
solid waste well
disposal operation as as
the Land Use Plan. Their ordinances located at the Intersection of the in a U.S. hospital before being sent
zoning director for the county and for should also be consolidated with the coun- U.s. 90 and U.S. 27 in Tallahassee.Mr. back home. He was awarded: the
Starke. In addition to the three separate ty, providing land owners with the protection .and Mrs. Conner have extended Bronze Arrowhead, two Bronze
jobs commisisoners assigned other a special invitation to Bradford
,
afforby zoning.It's Stars and
the
Heart
County friends to attend the traditional Purple among
:3tUties to O'Neal from time to time. It is I other awards. -
football party at their home
:yso; reflection on O'Neal that he natural for commissioners of the following the Florida Gator/FSU The Blanding Memorial Park
sometimes could not be reached because various entities to want to protect their Seminole football game makes McRae feel wonderful. "I''

;Sol multiple responsibilities. territories, but its time to put aside per- thought we were forgotten,".he said. i:
!3 Bradford County and Starke are for- sonal feelings and streamline zoning procedures

in having good zoning laws, ,im- throughout the county.I .
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Reader Questions Actions *k4

I b New Special Assessment t in Bronzeat

I b By County Commissionersworking Memorial Park

f j I Will Be Hard Sell

I The Telegraph has recently carried and are being held In the
I The new $110 special assesssment be-. legal notices about the County Commis Board Room of the Courthouse where
ing contemplated by Bradford County agencies to reduce expenditures. As far sioners' hearing on proposed special there|Os very limited seating space.
commissioners will be "hard-sell" to as Bradford residents can tell, the county assessments for detention facilities and I know that up to the present time the
: a continues to spend as though money ]is fire protection services for Bradford Commissioners have ignored the voice \ T- -
county residents who feel over-taxed plentiful, with no visible reduction in programs County. of the people and like a mule with
I already. or tightening of their collective Once again the bearings are set for blinders on and with tunnel vision,have
Bradford County residents expectedthe belts. morning hours when most people are. pushed headlong toward adding more ;r :
taxes onto the citizens of Bradford
commission to have learned from its When will our county commissionerstake '

l experiences last year when a public hearing the bull by the horns and reduce ex- County.One would think that by now the Commissioners 11//
I, in the high school auditorium penditures to meet income? So far, commissioners would think about what J 11'i'i
(generated a firestorm of criticism of the have been unwilling or unableto The Telegraph's their constituents want and can afford. we _
followed by the four trim expenses closer than some In this time, when we are in an I %J1 o
f'municipalities turning down commissioners Letter Policy economic recession our county leaders
: $900.000 to income. So far,commissionersare '
a plans for interlocal agreements should be looking for ways to reduce
j I to collect taxes in incorporated areas., looking for the easy way out, raising -Uuen lo Ik*Bdlier ihould ba typed(or governmental spending rather than expand ,0
taxes. An assessment is a tax. plainly written),double..........between It.There. J ec
| The 1990 election, right or wrong, turned' It is doubtful Bradford residents will HUM,and Iknllad not not than two of BOO OI
have been two votes +
5 on the tax issue, and two commissioners support a tax increase until commis- already feelings 10 a
All county residents reflecting
ii were unseated. Didn't the board sioners demonstrate the county is lawn mm be lifned...Include.the about additional taxes and two Commissioner 0 0
I learn from its experience? operating on a bare-bones budget.Get wrfeo'i iddnu. en:phona numbec who voted for assessments, j
I When the state determines revenues thu/peclJoaera will not be primed,buttomees against the will of the,.people, were S/
with it, commissioners. We need a i will be withheld upon mount.reaRCeptimd voted out of office m G>.,
will not support the budget, it notifiesI leaner .
county government. can*
Commissioners are
If the remaining
All lanais ibould be .... '
I non-defamaiofy. should
t not sure about bow we feel they
i. Manama ooocaraJns any pence mint bafactual stand for office now.If. they want '
o'q. Branding
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and pnmbla hi aider to.protect.lhawriur oy Camp
and.the. ..ewep.pwroe poadbtolawsulu another strive vote,'they should bold theassessment
I and Visitors Map
c hearings night aa
R' 1819 .Laden of nppon or_-IUppCIIt of any area large enough to hold everyone.
I'f : QIli: pnUikal candldala man be bawd at apaclflatamo We should also be heard from about 1r
p4 ,o public eoncara.and DM on penosalMandaUp the County Commission borrowing
I : 7 or falauanUp.' money to do what we have spoken out
"' etfMMR Laden(Ii""tfwnlu k>individual. or grasps against In the first place.
o 0 BOB G.FERGUSON-JOHN".MOUB.mbnchtrs should be mailed diranly: to.the. pesos or State Constitution a
.- OfiaolialloB being............In antraocdiiiaiy balanced Our budget. There should requires be a rn"saw/w k.sl .
I rO' sue they may ba puNWwrt,but should not way to get the County Commission to do
1 PlbIIIhed each/ ""ar and entered on Second clop Mottetat .include hay IJau of axfividual ami the same thing.. ,
fate t o.r ONlc a a t..l oddo.und.r Act of Mord'I S. 11179. AH bees ahoold b*addnaaad to......*
964-6303 to ISM>E4It.oI.0.Drawer A,Stark, Don't spend It. if 1Ouain't got ItMalcolm
b. }t "Rani In TradeAtea:91e.00 ".110 sk manItII Hill
i Po.Craw"AStark.: Florida l,}std.Tied.Arsae 17.,70 p.y.ar;,=.1ftDntto& FlarUs 3201. i Sampson Lake, a. tt .

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S .I Pvt. Bryant

; : : Completes School ...Southslde Eleni. 4f

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"n AU octal Item rnuot be submitted by lUeoday S pm Marine Pvt. Kevin B. Bryant,son Dec. 5-Report Cards Home
} of Mr. and Mrs. A.C. of
her publication OM the following Bryant Dec. 11 Xmas: Around the World
Thur.d.y.NO
'j, COLOR "'tOTOS will be a.cccpleTby the Lawtey has= completed the School of Program (K-5) 7 p.m.,.
l newspaper Infantry. He Joined the Marine .
staff. If .. Dec. 11 Program for SSE Student
lljlt
die while photo not available pleaoe
Col'pllin April 1990. .
Dec. 18.if Jan. 2 Xmas Holidays
jiubmtl a color ncfttlve for printing. .
(Jan. I' Planning Day for
Teachers.)
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R ., ,"P; Church News .... -...

W.T. Weeks Chapter Births. .

Young at HeartTo Holds Historical Prog.

Meet Involved! .In the formation of Brad Mona Canova was the speaker for Jacob P.Godwin r
."> ford Ecumenical Mini tre! ,. Inc. the program, "Feeding the Family Mr. and Mrs. J. Mack Godwin an-
.T' which operates the local rood pan. During the War Years" at the nounce the birth of a son, Jacob
The Heert of the First
at
Young try.he hU served a.VicePresidentof meeting of theW.T.Weeks Chapter Pierce Godwin on Nov. 17 in
D.pth.'hurih will have their that UTVIUUAVUUM since I"beginnIng UDC held at the home of Mrs. GajMeville.Jacob weighed 7 Ib.3 oz.
regular monthly meeting .with and was 20" long.
noon two years ago. Herbert Thonunas on Nov. 19.
a covered dish lunch at in the will be conductedthe Maternal Grandparents
" The last service Fr.Crosby Mrs. Christine Lawson Judge
u fellowship hall. 'celebrant and preacher will be the 11 business and announced the 2duMlS. George H. Pierce of
Mrs. Mona Canova will have p.m.Christmas Eve Eucharist at St. Christmas Luncheon will be held at Great-grandmother is Mrs.
C charge of the program and lead us In Mark's. His St. Francis Dexter's Cafe on Dec. 17 at 12 noon. Pearl Cartwrlght of Cleveland, Tn.
. singing Christmas Carols.Come Join will begin minblt7. Reservations should be made Paternal Grandparents are "
"i us. through Mrs. Lawson.At the conclusion Harold Godwin of Starke and Ms. j JI'\
d of the meeting refreshmentswere Ann Godwin of 'Tampa. Great- '
d served by the hostess Mrs. grandmother is Mrs. Mack

3 Gospel Sing Thomas. WUllalllll. L' .
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Celebration Dec. 2 There will be a Gospel Sing at the. I I

Greeting brothers and sisters In Church of God of Prophesy, Inc.,301 r.ir'J Mr.*Mrs.DMM Searie I
N. Saturday night Dec. 1, at 7:30
Christ I Come worship with us for .
our annual Pulpit Aid Day Celebration p.m.Guest Eunice Searle Married Nov. 3 I Il
at PhildelphiaBaistChurch singers are the Glory Bound r
E in Law ley-Dec. 2 for morning and Singers. Pastor will be"W.T. Laney I Nt Darlene Eunice, daughter of across. She carried a nosey of
evening services. Everyone invited!111 l I -4 Emory O. Eunice of Starke and Rosari alstroroarias
d Sarah Wainwright of Waldo and sweetheart rose with white mini
Duane Searle son of Grace D. carnations and ivy.
Searle of Theressa and Cheater E. The reception followed at the
: Searle of Dechesce, In. were unitedin church fellowship hall decoratedwith
marriage Nov. 3 at Hope Baptiat palm trees, boston ferns corn
wtan\' ':, Local Church Reopens Gospel Sing at "" Church in Theresaa. plants: lilnes and pink and whiteballoons.
'. Local ChurchThere Rev.Gary Heath officiated at the 2p.m. .
F The reopening of the Pleasant ....' A4-Uercake,separated twice with (
., Hope New Congregational Methodist will be a Gospel Sing with Organist!ceremony.Marcia Lee supplied the crystal posts decorated the bride's
. Church located Hwy 301 N.about Evangelist Jeffrey Cash and Praise nuptial music to the accompaniment table. The cake sat on mirror with a {
tun I' *'. miles from town across from of Gainesville Sun, Dec. 2 at 3 p.m. of pianist Kim Hamill oloUt Connie bankof carnations,leather-leaf ferns
ton o i SAW Auto Paris.Sunday school is at at the Pine Street Church of God in Broome and duet by Jan McRae and baby's breath.The cake was iced
9:45 a.m.Worship 11 a.m.Sunday Christ In Starke. and Randy Jones. with white Icing with dainty pink
night at 6 p.m.. Wednesday night at Everyone Welcome!11 r Best men were Martin Hersey and flowers. The cake was cut by Judy
his 7:30 p.m. with Rev. W.J. (Dub) Raymond Trainer. Ushers were Mal Dixon and Betty Willis on the bride',
me Thornton. Adams Steve Sapp, George Payne. side and Helen Homey and Roberta
omitu Doug J Eunice and Deron Eunice. Dodd from the groom's side. Mrs.
Ring Bearer was Jeremy McRae. Emmas Jean Redding served punch
eat Attending the bride aster Maid of from a fountain decorated with
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Methodist Women Honor was Anna Johns with Kitty camellias around the base.
there
Fr. Crosby accepts Plan Annual Tea Dill, Sandie Dundy, Sheila Sams, The bride and groom with their
parents greeted guests on the church
Call to TallahasseeThe Jr and Lori Maxwell as bridesmaids.
.,, ., .'" Flower girl was= Rebecca McRae. porch after the ceremony.The .
t Rev. Gilbert T. Crosby, Rector Pleasant Grove United Methodist ,,' They were all dressed: in Pushia tea- bride's book was kept by Bet-
Ive of St; Mark's Episcopal Church Women will have their Annual Tea ':;,j!, a length dresses made of satin with fitted ty Willis.
s in Starke has announced his acceptance on Dec. 1 from 5 to 7 p.m. Our guest bodice, v-neckJine, medium Mary Redding: directed the wedding -
of a call to become Rector of speaker will be Sister\ Ellen Rosier LJule Bradley length sleeves and overlayed with ,Dora Broome catered and Bet-
all St. Francis of Assist Episcopal of Mt. Tabor A.M.E. Church of lace. They carried bouquets of ty Walnwrlght assisted. with the corn
t Church in Tallahassee.Fr. Forest alstroinarlas and white mini carnations ..
Crosby has served St. Mark's Finger foods, hors d'oeuvres and Mrs. Lizzie Bradley Day with light pink ribbon. Following. the honeymoon In
since July IMS. In addition to his refreshments will be served in the The bride was adorned In a Helen, Georgia and Bermuda the
t ministry! to parishioners of St. Church Annex. Door prizes will be The First Baptist Church of old on Dec. ,. Sweetheart gown with a' chapel couple will reside in Gainesville.
Mark's he has been active in local given away; Donations of $5 for Raiford will honor Mrs. Lizzie All" rrienelll and relatives are cor- length train accented with sequins The bride is currently employedby
ecumenical activities. For three adults and$2.50 for children are re- Bradley on Dec.2 with a Special Service dlally invited. and pearls. The gown satin Chance Chiropractic Center in
years, Fr. Crosby served a quested.Everyone invited to come at 11 a.m. She will be 100 years ed with Chantilly lace with a Gainesville and the groom is
Secretary-Treasurer of the Bradford and share in this Joyous occasion. Victor illusion neckline, open in employed by chance*Causseaux.
r Ministerial Alliance. Having been School Menus the back with strands of pearls
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WEDNESDAY Chili Garden Salad' MARKET
f Strawberry Shortcake Hot roll., Milk.
Attention Artist! Social and Christmas Party to be THURSDAY,Fried Chicken Rle .held at the Starke Golf and Country Biscuits,
Green beam, Appletauce
Deadline to apply to the 22nd Annual Club Dec. 15 at 6 p.m. Santa Claus Milk.

Spring Arts Festival on April sand will make his annual appearance PRIDAY, Pizza Buttered com. Pineapple .. .. .964.9152- .. .. Holiday .4;'
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with presents for the children attending Topped Cake, Milk. ,
Media include painting graphics, and door prizes will highlightthe 08tl09Of3d High School Indian River
photography fiber jewelry woods evening. MONDAY Sloppy Joe on Bun. Buttered :Preview V
i Clay, glass, metal sculpture and
Corn Peaches. Brownie, Milk. _
wearable art. For an application or TUESDAY St.ok Blti. Baked Beam,Cabbage FRUITNavels
Information about other aspects of Slow Strawberry Shortcake, o 4--;:
i the festival write Spring Arts Biscuits. Milk.WEDNESDAYS. Hamelins
Festival P.O.Box 1530.Gainesville Tutorial Program Spiced Ham Sandwich '
Fl 32602, or call Nancee Clark: at Begins Dec. 10 Macaroni > Cheese, Gr..n Bean, Fruit The; f saap Channel
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Cup. Milk.THURSDAYi. Grapefruit Tangerines k
The first session of the Bradford Chill, Garden Salad Ap. AmericaS Family NetworIc.November Sw+Mp lsdr Mtra.+ls
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'Women's Club grade of "F' In an English\: or Math A-la-Carte CHHISTI1lfSTREES : 2 ..

Events to Come course for the second six weeks, MONDAY Pizza Hamburger French ---5s.--
attend the Tutorial Program. .
may Fri. O.J.. Mllkthake
.' The Woman's Club of Starke will Students who attend the programfor TUESDAY Hamburger, French Fri.*.
hold its December board meeting on 12 hours and meet other requirements Plxza Milkshake "
Dec. 9th at the clubhouse at 1 p m. will be able to have an WEDNESDAY French Frle*. Pizza. Hamburger F P aTM
All members are urged to attend. F" In English or Math for the 2nd *. Mllkihake. O.J. =
Members are Invited to a I we removed' fro illi.Wreportcard.t THURSDAY Corndog Hamburger, Beautiful s
'Christmas Dinner on Dee. 12, 11:30 Fr.nch.Frl.*, Pizza, Mllkihakei.
a.m.at the Clubhouse.Members can Transportation responsibilities FRIDAY Hamburger Corndog; Plua.
lion guest but must make reserva are of the student or parent. No French Fri.*. Mllkihake Frazier Furs
with Vicki Teal at 94-5320. or funds are appropriated for school .Each day student h.... choice el .
964-7423. buses for this program. hot lunch, salad bar or they may pur.
Registration will ,be held In the ch... Item a-la-cert. 444 44 44 Avontoa .Ups5 NeaJ.gN alates.ald' ..-fleck s. n.I a. Hannibal T.n or
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Bradford High School Office on Dec. Monday November 26 November 26 I'k- :
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8 and 7, from 7:45: a.m. to 8:15 a.m. FrkUy November JO
and 3 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. For more information ChristmasFloral cen,. aurbc.no.br.rnr necws..rnbawge.FREE
NSDAR Hold can Myrna Hurse at the Have You Checked itw.r'ww.'ac.'LO1.rAe'r
School Board of Bradford County ON CABLE CHANNEL 18 c
Xmas Lunch ( The Batteries. ArrangementsReasonable __ .. T ....
. .. Funding provided by ''the State ..,1.. Itacem*coupon ID gel* J
The Colonel Samuel
Elbert Your Smoke Alarms? _,4.e-I FREE mi WaS CMcndar
Chapter, NSDAR will bold their Compensatory Education Program. Prices CLAY a wtth*cene>from The Uttte:JMemiefcr
Xmas Luncheon meeting on Dec. 3 tS when you QII The,
at the home of Mrs. J.D. Warren Obney Owrmert SOO
with co-hostess Mrs. Herbert PecansShelled ComperabM number during reu s5spnmvMwiat

Thomas at 12 noon. Mrs Ralph THIS J Starke,FL SI2.M.Onelp.InVtsi| | a.wresn rhouMhnlil J
Lewis of Gainesville will be the PROMOTION 'f ; 'fett w-- ...r.rraw was..+wre5-'. 11/2S/Ond 12/24/90. .,
guest! speaker.This will be a covered Unshelled _... -= New Writ arI ony.
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VFW Pwt 10i will hold It*regular H. Harris i
monthly meeting Dee. 4 at Ul'
Skeeter'f Restaurant In Starke. Regularly New Only Dec. 4 i990 ,
Commanoer Anthony Piombinol Lacey CouncilI
urged all Poet member who have City
not renewed their 1WO-91 member 95$55P
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this 1*tll.laatmeeting in 1110. Commander -
...,. Plombino also repajfei.that. ffectog Include: wish to thank each person in our city for your vote

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Nov. 18

Edith Pew and the late Robert
4 r Pew announce the marriage of their
) son, Darren Daniel Pew to Cindy
Lori Underwood of Cleveland. Tn.
t The couple was married Nov. 18 at
the Madison Street Baptist Churchby
Pastor Joe Camps.
Reception followed at the home of
Edith Pew with family and friends.


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Exchange Vows
Sarah F. Eunice and Robert E.
Hupp were married Nov.8 at Gospel i
Tabernacle,Waldo after a trip to the
Smokey Mt They are residing at
Lake Alto Estates in Waldo.TylerSimmons .
StittSmithTo

Wed Jan. 25

.. .__. -" Elizabeth H. Stttt dater of
To Wed Dec. 2 Wayne and Diane of
Mr-*Mrs.:Bruce JacksonThomas Keystone and Johnny C. Smith son
Mr.&Mrs.Gordon Smith Angela Tyler daughter of Mr. & of Donald and Charlene Smith of
Mrs. Richard Tyler; of Starke, and FIorahonM will be exchanging vow
I Smith United Culick Jackson Chris Simmons Simmons of Sarasota, son of Mr.are&to Mrs.be January 28, 7:00 p.m. at the Palatka
Baptist Temple.
united in marriage Dec. 2 at 2:30:
Wed Oct. 26
In Marriage Oct. 27 p.m. at the Tyler's Residence.All All friends and family are Invitedto
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Teresa Ann Gulick, daughter of featuring a Queen Anne neckline
Vicki Diane Thomas, daughter of wedding band collar, leg of mutton attend.
a Mr. & Mrs. Laurence Gulick of with a lace bodice, dropped waist
Mr. & Mrs. Doyle Thomas of Starke sleeves, re-embroidered chantillylace Keystone and Bruce Jackson son of with a large satin bow in back -
and Gordon Smith,son of Mr. &Mrs. with beads and dequins and a Margaret L.Jackson and the late W. designed by Florence Jones. Her -,
Lester Willingham of Starke and Mr. full skirt with chapel train. Her T. Jackson, were united in marriageOct. bouquet was a cascade of white Happy Belated Birthday
Charles Smith of Wooster, Ohio exchanged headpiece was southern syle with a 26 at the First Baptist Church of roses entwined with ivy designed by
their vows in a wedding wide brim hat of lace and satin, net Starke. Lynn Pike. She wore a Blue Topax in Ray Thomas of Terwillegar MotorsAs
ceremony Oct. 27 and the First bow with venice lace motifs with Rev. Rick Jackson and Rev. a cluster of diamonds given to her by
United Methodist Church of Starke. pearl beads and sequins. Her bouquet Stockton Smith officiated at the 7:00 the groom.. Her headdress was and
Rev. Dewight McQueen officiatedat was a cascade consisting of wedding ceremony.The elbow length veil with flowers en you gracefully GLIDE into your golden
the 4:00 wedding ceremony.The mixed vivid colors of monticasino, couple were united before a 15 circling her face edged with tiny
in roses,gerberas,golden aster,yellow piece candleabra at the front of the pearls. years, we will remember you as you were.Gump .
couple was joined a lillies, mini carnations, purple church with 2 spiral candles on The reception was held at the First
beautiful scene with candle aisle statice and ivy. The honor attendants Church Hall
either side. Two candle "trees" ac- Baptist Fellowship the
markers marking the pews. Flowers and all the bridesmaids car- cented with white mums and one following the ceremony. Hump
of monticasino, liatrice, golden ried similar bouquets in a shorter
large arangement were added to the White flowers with turquoise ac-
aster, iris, gerbras, statice fuzzy version of her cascade. scene. Palms and ferns were cents decorated the groom's table. -- .- ---
pom-poms and greenery adorned the throughout the church. 3 Sisters His cake was chocolate with
pews. The choir loft held tree The reception hall was highlightedwith Creations of Starke handled the chocolate icing done in a "basket-
candleabras and palms while spiral ficus trees with miniature floral arrangements. ball" theme made by Sue Tilley. The George Roberts Insurance Inc.
candleabras enhanced the beauty of lights. Mum plants and snap dragon Organist Charlotte Durrance sup- Hor d'oerve table was adorned with ,
the cross. Floral arrangements set plants adorned all of the guests table
plied the nuptial music to the accompaniment silver serving pieces and a large
columns adorned each side of the while
on grapevine wreathes decorated tree" with
of soloist Randall "vegetable decorative
spirals. The alter area was flanked walls and oors at the country club. Crawford. fountain highlighted the table. The 986 North Temple Avenue
with tree candleabras and 2
2 more The bridal table held 2 silver Best man was Don Tilley of bride's table was featured with a
floral. arrangements.. consisting of candelabras with floral ar- Jacksonville and the ushers were strawberry and banana nut cake ((904)) 964-7826 Ii.o
statice
-Jiatri.ce. roses gerberas ,
rangements done tirthe-yrtfd bridal Marc, !..Jackson) .Tom..lackson, with traditional white Icing and two
5 ::., .4t1y .y pooJOmll" iris, monticasino : Bruce Scott. The candleabras either side of the I
r. colors usingwtnoMieasinow.fwach.roses .; ) .. on .
: and carnations with palms and ferns tnrbedleWtfJ ...... ._ _
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throughout. gerberaSi "* '
den aster, yellow Mr. &Mrs.M.L.Johns greeted the
; Organist Barbara Murray sup- lillies, purple statice and ivy. The Attending the bride was her Maidof guests at the door and Mr. & Mrs. COMPARE OUR RATES & SERVICEAutomobile
: plied the nuptial music accompaniedy brides cake was three tier with a Honor Miss Lynn Pike of Larry Whittemore cut the cake. ,
: Carol Milner, Charlene Francis, fountain surrounded by six heart- Keystone, and bridesmaids Miss Director of the ceremony was Homeowner
: Billy Harrison and Charnelle shaped cakes and decorated with Kim Bosier and Mrs. Becky Scott. Jackie Johns and the floor host and
: McPherson. fresh flowers in mixed colors. They were robed in turquoise tea hostess were Mr. Fred Johns and Commercial InsuranceLife
: Rob Spitze served the groom as length Victorian dresses accented Mrs.Pat Johns.Following & Health Insurance
: Best Man and Larry Cochran, Joe Arrangements were placed on the with white lace bodices. At the waist the honeymoon in Chat
: Wilson, Jimmy Smith, Jason Smith food table, guest book table and gift of dresses was a bow with ruffled tanooga,Tn, the couple will reside in Auto
: were his ushers. Groomsman were tables done in cherab angle con- flounce.Headdresses were done in a Starke. f ]Michigan Millers fifssfl bwwa.
: Jeff Johsnon, Jason Bennett, tainers of silver adorned with the spray of white flowers. They carried The bride graduated from ffi\fJ] -
i Rodney Sorrells, Smith,Jerry beautiful mixed bridal colors. bouquets of white carnations ac- Keystone Heights High School MutiulkwuMneeConwirwCIGNA
: Feltner, Craig Rust and The centerpiece of the food table cented with mauve and turquoise.The Florida Junior college and is an Rl4in
: Richard Crosby. The Ring Bearer flowers were designed by Lynn Bone Marrow Transplantation at
of fresh
was a huge arrangement Pike. Both of the bridesmaids had Allstate
: was Wyatt Vickery,the Communion fruits and cheeses with a fountain in Shands Hospital in Gainesville. liE
french braided hair adorned with
: bearer was Adam Wilson, and the The groom graduated Bradford
the middle. On each end of the food
pearls along braid. The flower girl ara> W. ur..e..oy
i bridebook attendant was Dana table were tapering trees made of was Miss Melissa Scott. High School and Florida Junior College
Bowen. and is the of Jackson
fresh strawberries. Punch bowls, Given in marriage her father manager Scott Roberts
by Agent George Roberts
in Agent
Building Supply Keystone
Serving the bride were Matron of grooms cake and champagne foun- the bride wore a floor length, white
& Honor, Becky Thomassen and Maid tain were all adorned with fresh satin dress with train Heights.
of Honor Melissa Burnsed. Their and flowers. a sweep ' ' ' , " " . .. ..
greenery ' ' ,
& , , , , , , , , ,
dresses were a bridal original . . .,.,.,.,. .,.,. . ,,, ",",",","""," .
E Mrs. Linda Bowen and Mrs. Jamie .'.'.'.'.'.'.' '.'. .'.'.' '.'. .'.' ','.'.','
featuring a floor length coral taffeta Cochran cut the cake and Mrs. Terri Did You Know ..'..' '..'..' '..'..'..'..' '..'..'..'..'.." "
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with lace bodice cumberband waist . ,
Wilson and Mrs. Nancy Coleman . ." '. ,
= = = = = Deborah = = : :
g with a large bow in the back. Attendants served at the punch table. The .. ,.. .. .. ... .. .. ( ..'
i were Dawn Mosley, Clare champagne fountain was served by { .. '': : ;1
Jackson, Rhonda Varnes Martha Mrs. Judy Hansen. Mrs. Sylvia Cheryl L. Braswell .. ..:..= : ..

i! Dempsey.Batton, Teresa Flower Hobbs girls and were Tammy Lesley Direction Underhill,was Mrs.under Shirley Mrs.Andrews.Carolyn celebrating Cheryl Lynn her 23rd Braswell birthday will Dec.be 1. ....=WVV..=..:..=,'> BARBERfor : : ,,'..''..:..:..':

I Henry, Tiffiany Aderholt and Eaves. >>
... Christina Vickery. ,% ,
The music was provided by The Christen N. Navitsky i ,
g Escorted down the aisle by her band Legal Tender. '
father the bride was wearing a Christen Nicole Navitsky =
;:: gown
;; designed by Eve of Milady. A gown Following the honeymoon in celebrates her birthday Dec. 3rd. Lawtey City Council
!= of white satin with pearl beading, Gatlinburg, Tn. and the Smoke She will be 4 years old. Christen is ..
lace and sequins applique! featured Mountains thecouple will reside in. the granddaughter of Raymond C.
Starke. and Barbara Navitsky of Bradford "I am concerned about our city and need your vote

t= County. and support on Dec. 4, 1990. Help me in my efforts to


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for the 1990 Rodeo. .L =:=:: = =:: = = '" '' Thank You: For Your Vote ..&&:&:: :&:&:

Sponsors The globefish stave off predatorsby "="="="="="="="="="="=" '" ,..,,,=..:..:..:..:..: ..:..=..:..:
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They are as follows: .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
b* swallowed It beaomss by Imply Its enemle.too large to ..=,..=,..,,..,,..,,..,,..,,..,,..,,..,,..,iiiiiiii..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..',..,,..,,..,..,..,.., , , ,.., Pd.PoL Ad c Pd for by D.Ba ber Cr.p Posd

Lewis Timber I

I '. Western Steer i CORRECTIVE NOTICEThe

Old Glory Feed Store i Community Development Block Grant Commercial Revitalization application to be submitted by

i Purple Gator Feed = the City of Starke, November 29, 1990 to the Department of Community Affairs has been changed from

i Allstate Insurance (Ken Chitty) '. I the originally advertised activity amounts. Listed below are the changes that have been made:,

Farm Bureau i
ii i Activity $ Old Amount $ New Amount %LMI
L Bar A Trailer Sales =
64.3%
$5,358.00
029 Demolition $10,000.00

1 Dr. Pennington rjfo;: (;:' 013 Parking Facilities 5,000.00 8,400.00 64.3%

i' ; Jackson Building Supply fjj$':: : 1! 021 Sidewalks and. :, .

\ Western World ,,; 'I Pedestrian Malls 363,992.00 64.3. % .,: ':,:
401,500.00n'
I i Thomas Auto Parts ; : 063 Rehabilitation of I ,;-,!" .
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i Community Bank (, Commercial Bldgs 72,500.00 72,500.00 64.3% l

Roy's Groceries ;)! : =I 003 Parks .00 38,750.00 64.3% ,.

N David = 171 Acquisition 40,000.00 40,000.00 64.3%

'I' Wainwright 181 Administration 46,000.00 46,000.00 N/A
i Bradford County Telegraph I
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Thanks No changes have been made to the percentage of benefit to the Low to Moderate Income persons. To
again
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i j obtain additional information concerning the application please contact Ms. Linda Wise, City Clerk City

I j..' George Thomas, President =i 'of.Starke, P.O.-Drawer C, Starke, FL 32091 ((904) 9645027PSIe8A .

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November 29.990 TELEGRAPH Page IA
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Few Surprises in County Commissioners Annual Audit, CPA Pat Farnsworth Tells Board

Issued the actual sold January I, 19M;In amount of$1
only
The requestof
Rahn puter system. Inventory listing Fund Records... upon million for courthouse construction.Since .
a'dy.u.t.r Fixed Assets... was prepared directly from the property EMS customers. No open accounts
ICT Staff WrH r The auditor found that assets acquired cards and was<$803S03 lower Accounts receivable In the receivable report could be obtainedto then the county has retired
CPA Pat Farnsworth reviewed tits during the year were not add- than the fixed asset balance at Emergency Medical Service Fund determine the balance of accounts $625,000, leaving, a balance of
flrm'i (Davis Monk Farnsworth and ed to the property cards and the In- September 30, 1988 indicating that (EMS) were not adequately ac- receivable at September 30, 1989. $325,000 outstanding. The county
Co': annual audit of county offices ventory tags were not affixed to the assets were not added to the inven- counted for. Payments could bo The procedure has been updated, pledged race track funds for the
with the ,Board of County Com- new assets. Several assets purchased tory cards as purchased. received at both the courthouse and with receipts being written each obligation.The .
misisoners, Monday, Nov. 5, In during the year could not be The; missing items have been at the EMS office. The EMS office time cash is transmitted,Clerk Nor- county also has $56,000
which there were several adverse physically located. I located in the county warehouse does not have an accounting department man IBid.Bonds outstanding on a $200,000 bond sale
;Y comments, 'but none of a serious During the year an inventory and the unrecorded fixed asset Is the and Is not equipped to handle Sold... In 1978. The bonds were sold to
nature. listing of general fixed assets wan computer in the clerk's office, Norman cash receipts. Receipt form were finance the original landfill on
The auditors made the first error A certificate of indebtedness was SR-100
prepared and put on the new com- said ...
in the report, -showing Lawrence -.- ---, I ,
Mosley on the Board of County Commissioners III'l -
as of September SO, 19119.
the last day of the fiscal year
covered in the report. USDA Choice Beef Untrimmed -
Mosley's term of office expired .
September 30 1988,and he was succeeded '
in office by Commissioner 12-14 Lbs. Average
Ross Chandler, who took office October $8 s 1
I, 1988. f a I
IOLE _
No Budget... ,
wwi
The 'audit found the commis- I
sioners received and expended
$17,928 in the local Criminal Justice SIRLOIN TIPS
Trust Fund without having prepareda
budget for the fund,but the ommis- Lb. si FOOD LION I

sion had no effect on the excess of _
.revenues over expenditures, since
revenues and disbursements were _
li
the same. ___ High
_
County Clerk Ray Norman said
the Criminal Justice Trust Fund was
established as the result of a new QualityFRASER
law and county clerks state-wide s .
weren't sure how to handle the ac-
count at the time, because the State :::rJnad: : FUR
Comptroller had not Issued Hal was././ t 1 e
guidelines. However, the account is Nov. 26 thru
now a budget item in the accounting
system Sunday, Dec. 2, CHRISTMASTREES

Accounts Receivable... BONELESS 1990.

At the end of the audit period,
$92,185 was owed the county by e A
residents, primarily for Solid Waste .
Landfill assessments that have not PORK LOINS
been paid. The auditor commentedthat
the county has not set up a the e w $249Ch
reserve for bad accounts to chargeoff ,
those accounts that are uncollec- er
Available
teble.
The county doesn't accept the Fresh -10 Lb. Avg. White < At Most Florist Quality MnM
premise that any of the accounts are /$
uncollectable, since a lien is placedon Weight Bag meat Stores.POINSETTIAS.. .
each parcel on which the assess-
:, ment isn't paid, and the delinquent
tax will be collected when the property LEG QUARTERS
changes hands or upon death
of the landowner. L's.

I. Handling Cash...
A recurring'criticism in the audit 1
report stated, "The same employee TM
; who enters financial transactions in-
* to the data processing systems (the
Finance Director) also handles 3 9o'I
cash1, makes deposits and has the '
ability to make program modifica-
tions. Internal control would be 1I
: strengthened if the duties of handl-
ing cash and entering financial data
were separated\ and if the Finance
Director did not have the ability to I i d
*. make program? modifications.
I, Auditors always look askance at
any system in which.'a single

and empkiyefe"ta"SlJclvC prepmHi rrinli 1 deposits.This d to handle. cash, _ _ 1
! situation has been resolved, 1 1 : .s

finance Norman director said.with posltion-into the division of two the : I Lb. Red Ripe Packaged

separate jobs, with Esther EUerson, TOMATOES
formerly the finance director;'now
assigned to programming and
operating the computer,and anothert Lb. Tender
t t position In the Accounting Department -
assigned to preparing deposits 1 YELLOW SQUASH
" and performing other- duties of a i69SA' '
t, finance director.
8 Norman said a Majority of comments X Tasty
I by the auditor were the result YELLOW
t of purchasing a new computer during S ONIONS
S the audit period and bringing it
on line while continuing to operate
, the clerk's office.
f. literarily tore my hair out that
(f year, realizing that our computer
records were not providing the

bank necessary statements.information to With reconcile my 10 Pack 10 Oz. With 8 Oz. Imitation Sargento Assorted Sizes & FlavorsMORTON'S

f background in banking,I realized as
: well as ,anyone the necessity of MarshmallowsCOCOA CHEDDAR CHEESE DINNERS
reconciling statements" Norman SWISS '


r "said.r completed Software. and for de-bugged the computer In the succeeding was- $ iJCOCOA

period, and the adverse $11 $139
criticisms of 1988-89 were corrected. ]

New Computer... Frozen
C The auditors reported the county
L purchased a new computer during
1 the year,creating a number of problems
i, viz:
:. .Several of the Board's funds were
R j out of balance. 8 Oz. Hearty/Old Fashioned 6 Oz. Beef Banquet/Ocean 12 Oz. Sealtest
i\\ funds of the board -
: 'Various participated
L in pooled bank accounts. MUELLER'SNOODLES Whitefish/Liver & Chicken I COTTAGE CHEESE
I The cash balances reported in those
I r funds did not agree with the recon- EGG : ALPO CAT FOOD
I cUed balances of the pooled bank ac- rip _
"\ counts. L o.rsa _
During the audit it was : 890
L discovered that several manually $
I' written checks had not been posted I89
f' in their respective funds. _
No bank reconciliations were per- I I

formed during the year. 1 _
L. In' addition to her salary the
K Finance Director (Esther Ellerson) ", 8 Oz. : Sealtest
White p
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* was compensated for performing 250 Ct.,- y ;!4t :

computer-related! services. There KLEENEX FACIAL :- SOUR
executed contract between
was no 1.29 59

Ellerson terms and of this the arrangement.Beard describingthe Addi- TISSUE. . . . f:{ f :tJ,,;! CREAM. . Kt . . . . . . .
tionally, no payroll taxes or retire- ts
ment contributions were paid on the,
, supplemental compensation. Miller
t Realignment of Ellerson's duties NR 2 Liter Diet Cake Caffeine Free Met Coke
I and completion of the computer pro- Miller Lite Pabst

relative to eliminated those comments the problems Miller Genuine Draft COKE CLASSIC-

Norman pointed out. Lt
Pabst
gtt
I Payroll Records... c 89-
, In reference to payroll records, X-Gold y
the auditor stated 'Personnel files 99 CN
generally incomplete." Ap- 3
were
proved pay rates, authorization fort 2 99 CN.o ;12 / 12 PK 2 Liter Sprite, Diet Spite ............ .II
payroll deductions (W-4's and I-9's) ro. .. ft-12 Oz. Cam-Cede: : ietated Item .......1.71r
I, vacation and annual leave requests 12 / 6.PK
and approvals,and job performancememos
were often missing from the
employee' mea.
I The payroll checking account was
not reconciled to the general ledger
aDd several checks were listed as
. outstanding which had actually

( cleared Payroll the records bank. were brought up tiesrfQQt Wlfage Shopping Centerr'
to date In the next audit eriNor-'
) man said, and he doesn expect to
a "'...a similar criticism In succeeding
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CASE NO' 90 87 CA' I' "'I tanning .48 et an acre 'lying In the SW I/4 i
tar :
quarlar point of beginning..... run
I [ thence. North 0 degrees, t minutes. West FLORIDA INVEStORS MORTGAGE COlt IN THE CIRCUIT COURT at SW 1/4. Section 26. Township 5 South jj
Notices
Legal along the Westerly boundary thereof u PORAIION OFTMEBTHJUDKIALCIRCUIT Range 22 East.' Bradford County Floirda.
Plaintiffs OF FLORIDAIN particularly describedas
distance' of 586.1 feel to on Iron stoke; .ond being mar
vs. AND FOR follows
run thence North 68 degrees, 53 minutes :
EDWARD BRADFORD COUNTY the SW of said
East and PEACOCK and JAMIE COMMENCE at corner
parallel the boundary "
NOTICE OF INTENTION All Interested parties ore Invited to of said NW 1/.. of NE Southerly 1/.. a distanceof PEACOCK. / CASE NO, 90.336-CA: Section 26 and run thence N 6825'10" E

REGISTER present their comments at th lime and 640 feel to nn Iron slake, run thence his. wife; and RUBY IRUtl, .'DIVISION': GENERAL along the S'ly boundary thereof a ,' u
CENLAR fEDERAL SAVINGS BANK 'i iPLAINIIFF of 475.74 feet Iron slake
distance to an
set forth above.
FICTITIOUS NAME place South
zero degrees, 9 minutes East end Defendants.NOTICE .
Pursuant to Section 86509. Florida Persons are advised that If they parallel aforesaid Westerly boundary OF SALE on the Ely boundary ot the R/W ol State I

Statute, nolle I I. hereby given that the decide to appeal any decision mode at a distance of on. hundred tIfly-lwo and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pun vs. Road :200 tar POB. From 'POB thus ,
suant of EDWARD D. KASER AND r
undersigned Rebecca. Dugat. Inc., Rt I this hearing they will need a record of forty-flv hundredths ((152.45)) feet la an to a Summary Final Judgment described run N SforiO" f'along said
sole Foreclosure entered In this Action on LOURETHA P, KASIER HIS WIFE; E'ly boundary a distance ot 132 feet loon /1
Box 718. lawtey. Florida 32058 the proceedings, and lor such purpose, Iron slake, run thence North 88 degrees October" ".
th. firm 22 1990. I RAY NORMAN. as JACKSON Ni GUICE./JR.. IRWIN Iron stoke whra said Ely boundary In. ,
owner, doing business under they need to ensure that verbatim 53 minutes East and to aforesaid
may parallel Clerk of this Court will soil certain properly LUXTON o/fc/o IRWIN LUSTON/ lertecls the Sly boundary" of the R/W ol <,'
nam of AAAbiolul Auto Inturonce record of the proceedings Is made, Southerly boundary a distance of 211.94 situate, lying and being In Bradford DEFENDANTS ''
a graded rood, run thence S 7134 SO" E
Stork '
World. 353 N. Temple Av. Include. the and feet to Iron stake thence South .
which record testimony on ; run County. Florida to wit. AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE last aforesaid
along S'ly boundary
..
Florida 32091 intend to register th. oloreiald told fictitious evidence upon which the appeal la.be 18 degrees, 35 minutes and 30 seconds Commencing at the intersection of the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant !to DISTANCE OF 324 74 feet.10 an Iron a ,'/ .

nomunder based. East and parallel to the Westerly boundary North properly line of Jackson Streetwith an Order or' Final Judgment of stake on aforesaid S"ly boundary of said *.
italute. DATED this 14th day of Nov. 1990. of State Rood 100. a distance: of 100 the East properly lino ol Cherry Foreclosure'' dated October 17."1990. Section 26 run thence S 88"25'10" W
Doted this 8 day ot November 1990 In BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS feet to an Iron stake: run thence north 88 Street, and run North 17" 43' East along entered In Civil Case No. 9O.236.CA ot along last aforesaid Sly boundary a

Bradford County. BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA degrees 53 minutes East and parallel toatar.lOld the East properly line of Cherry Street the Circuit Court ol the 8th Judicial Circuit distance of 376.5 feet ta POB.

111I5''pdI2/6PONa.702 RAY NORMAN CLERK OF COURT Southerly boundary a distanceof 315 feet for a point of beginning thence In and for BRADFORD Caul'lly.Florida. ALSO All ot Grantor's interest In the >***
11/1 S Stchg 1129 No. 712 300 feet to aforesaid Westerly boundary run South 72" 22 East 10881 feet, wherein CENLAR FEDERAL SAVINGS graded road on the North end of the properly ?$
of the right-of-way ot Slat Road thence run North 17" 47' East 60 feel, BANK Plaintiff and EDWARD. that was abandoned by action ot

100; run thence South 18 degrees, 35 thence run North 72"22'West 108.90 feet KASTER AND LOURETHA P.:KASTER, HIS the County Commissioners of Bradford .

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING minutes and 30 seconds East, a"'gla.t to the East property line of Cherry WIFE are defendants),. I will sell to1' the County Florida. .
Street thence
run South 17" 43 West 60
REGISTER aforesaid Westerly boundary a distanceof IN 1HE! LOBBYAT .
bidder for
highest cash EXCEPT The rlghts-al of all i'streets
ON PRO-
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING feet to the point of beginning: said lot way
FICTITIOUS 355 feet to aforesaid Southerly boundary OF THE BRADFORD
NAME THE FRONT DOOR and roads. "t,'
NO.90-9 described /
ORDINANCE more particularly follows
POSED as :
Pursuant to Section 865,09 Florida run thence South 88 degrees, 53 COUNTY COURTHOUSE IN STARKE /
ESTABLISHING COUNTYWIDE SPECIAL Beginning at the SW corner of SW 1/4 'I, PARCEl 2: A parcel l of land lying In the
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the ASSeSSMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF minutes West along said Southerly boundary of NE 1/4 of Section 28. Township 6 BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA at '11.DO SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section 26. K /

undersigned Rebecca Dugat Inc., Rt 1 DETENTION FACILITIES PRO a distance ol 1295.8 feet to point of South Range 22 East, thence run North a.m. on January 10. 1991 the following Township S South Range 22 East, Brad- 'V.. ,,:
COUNTY :
Box 718. Lawtay Florida 12058 sole "beginning. 89" 52' East 10.47 feet thence run North described property as set forlh-In 'said ford County Florida; sold parcel being .
owner doing business i>m tl/,* firm VIDING DEFINITIONS: IMPOSING YOUR ARE REQUIRED TO SERVE' A 17 47' East 36 feel, thence run North 72" Order or Final Judgment to-wit: ,. : mar. particularly' described as follow:
nom. Insurance World. 353 N. Temple SPECIAL ASSESSMENT: ESTABLISHING COPY OF YOUR WRITTEN DEFENSES IF 22'West 108.90 feet to the East property A PARCEL OF LAND CONTAINING 3.90 COMMENCE at the SW corner ol said
BEGINNING DATE FOR SAID SPECIAL ANY, TO IT ON EUGENC F. SHAW, Hus MORE AND LYING IN
Av.. Suite B, Starke. Florida 32091 Intends line of Cherry Street.thence run South ACRES. OR LESS. Section 26 (being also the SW corner of
to said fictitious nom.und..r ASSESSMENT: DEFINING IMPROVED band's attorney, whose address Is 925 E 17 43' Wesst along East property line of THE NW 1/4 OF THE NE 1/4 OF SECTION ,Section 35)). and run N 811"25'10" E. along
register
,th. aforesaid statute.Dated PARCELS AND UNITS TO BE ASSESSED: North Temple Avenue, Stark. Florida Cherry Street 60 feet, thence run South 26 TOWNSHIP S SOUTH. RANGE 21 the line dividing said Sections, 475.74 .,.;..
ESTABLISHING SPECIAL ASSESSMENT 32091. on or before December 14. 190 72 22' East 33.88 feet to the land line EAST. BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA, feel to a concrete monument located on !5y' ,
this 8 day of November 1990 in RATES: PROVIDING FOR LIEN AND ENFORCEMENT and III. the original with..*clerk' of this thence run North 89- 52' East 68.29 feet SAID PARCEl BEING MORE PARTICULAR. the Easterly boundary of the R/W of -*:-

Bradford County. OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENT: court either before service on Husband's to the point of beginning at the SW Corner LY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:. Stole Road 200 (U.S. 301)). thence N

__ !ll/l54tpdl2/6PONo. 703 ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. attorney or Immediately thereafter: of SW 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Section 28 COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE MONUMENT 31"07'10" E. along said Easterly boundary ,

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the otherwise a default will be entered Township 6 South Range 22 East thai FOUND AT THE NE CORNER OF 57.60 feet to POB From POB thus

3rd day of December 1990 at 10:30o.m. against you for the relief demanded In said portion of lot "being in Block 14. Livingston. SAID NW 1/4 OF NE 1/4 FOR POB AND described run N 31'OTIO" E, along

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO the Bradford Counly Board ot County the Husband's petition lor dissolution atmarrlag. Truby and Company's additionto RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES 43 MINUTES 04 Easterly boundary 100 feet; thence S
REGISTER *. Town of Slarke. Bradford County, SECONDS W, ALONG THE E'LY BOUNDARY
Commissioners in regular session to beheld 713450" E, lOS feet: thence S 3IWIO"W
DATED this 13th day of November. Florida. Also beginning at the SW Corner THEREOF. 766.30 FEET TO AN
FICTITIOUS NAME the parallel with said Easterly boundary
at the Boards Meeting Room at
of SW 1/4 of NE 1/4 of said Section 28.
1990. IRON PIPE ON THE N'L't BOUNDARY OF
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, 100 feet; thence N 71-34'SO" W. 105 feet, :
RAY NORMAN Township 6 South Range 22 East and run THE ROW OF CR 225 (FORMERLY SR
notice Is that th.undersigned to POB .i'
Statutes '
hereby give will hold Ih.propa..d .
Florida a public hearing on South 89 52' West 68.29 feet, thence run w-
Clerk of the Court S-225)); THENCE SOUTH 80 DEGREES 35 .1.
Rebecca at public sale to the highest bidder for ,
Dugat. Inc., Rt. I
enactment for adopting Ordinance South 72 22' East 71.71 feet, thence run
lasher Allen MINUTES 10 SECONDS WEST ALONG
By: cash.In the lobby of Bradford
Box 718. lawtey Florida 32058 soleowner Norlh County
No. 909. 0 08'W.21.88
Clerk SAID N'LY BROUNDARY 216.32 FEET TO
Deputy Courthouse, in Starke. Florida at 11:00
doing business under the firm :
The substance of the proposed ore feet to the Point of BeginnIng '
11/15 4tchg 12/6 PO No. 710 AN IRON PIPE IN THE CENTERLINE OF AN a.m. on the 10th day of January 1991. ..
name of Auto Insurance World. 353 N. din inre is to establish funding by special at the SW Corner ot SW I/4 of NE I/4 EXISTING DRAINAGE DITCH, THENCE
hand and official seal
Temple Av... Suit B., Stark. Florida ub1lent for County Detention of Section 28 Township 6 South Range N'L Y ALONG THE CENTER LINE OF SAID WITNESS ol my this20th "=_ ,
32091 Intends said fictitious NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 22 East, said of lot BlockI. day November 1990. b -
to register Facilities (CDF) for the health and portion being DITCH THE FOLLOWING BEARINGS AND RAY NORMAN r : .;,
name under the aforesaid statute Bradford County NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Of! PRO- Original Town of Stark. Bradford
welfare of the citizens of DISTANCES: N 03 DEGREES 03 MINUTES Clerk ot the Circuit Court
Dated this 8 day of November 1990 in Florida.All POSED ORDINANCE NO. 90-7; REPEAL- Counly. Florida. (vr. pjm/rn) 54 SECONDS W 387.88 FEET: THENCE N By lasher Allenas
SUBJECT TO all and other
Bradford County. Interested parties ore Invited to ING BRADFORD COUNTY ORDINANCENO. mortgage 14 DEGREES 10 MINUTES 30 SECONDS E. Deputy Clerk
claims of record the of
prior to tiling Lis
11/15 I 4tpd 12/6 PO No. 704 present their comments at the time and ESTABLISHING; COUNTY-WIDE Pendens In this action. 243.17 FEET: THENCE N 13 DEGREES 57 Fred H. Kent IN

-, -- place set forth above SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FOR THE PURPOSEOF As th. property of the above named MINUTES 20 SECONDS W, I S3.78 FEET TO Florida Bar No. 327042Kent

Persons are advised that if they EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES: Defendants). on the 13th day of AN IRON PIPE LOCATED ON THE N'LY Ridge a Crawford ':::
decide to appeal any decision mad al PROVIDING DEFINITIONS: IMPOSING December" 1990. at 11:00 o'clock A.M. In BOUNDARY OF SAID NW I I4 OF NE I I4.: 225 Water Street Suite 900 J

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO this hearing they will need a record of SPECIAL ASSESSMENT: DEFINING IMPROVED the forenoon on said day ot the East THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 34 MINUTES Jacksonville Florida 32202 i

REGISTER proceedings and for such purpose they PARCELS AND UNITS TO BE Front Lobby of the Court House In 56 SECONDS E. ALONG SAID N'LY ((904)) 358-1000 ..
NAME
FICTITIOUS ASSESSED ESTABLISHING SPECIAL BOUNDARY. 229.0 FEET TO THE POB. for Plaintiff ."
need to ensure that verbatim : Stark. Bradford County Florida. I will Attorneys
865.09, Florida may
to Section
Statutes Pursuant notice Is hereby given that the record of the proceedings Is made, ASSESSMENT RATES: PROVIDING FOR after for sale and sell to the highest bidder Dated al Stark. Florida this 20th day ll/292tchg I2619e724CountyWide
ENFORCEMENT OF SPECIAL for cash In hand the above described ol November 1990.
LIEN AND -
undersigned Michele E. Fox Rt. 4 Box which record Includes the testimony and RAY NORMAN \

457S, Starke, Florida 32091 sole owner evidence upon which the appeal to be ASSESSMENT: ESTABLISHING' AN EFFEC- property. RAY NORMAN CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT ,.
business under the firm name of based. TIVE DATE.
doing
Clerk of Bradford BRADFORD County, FloridaBY
Metro Security Electronics, Rt. 4 Box DATE this '14th day of November NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on thti- FloridaBy Lasher Allen .. CookoutThe
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4575, Starke. Florida/ 32091 Intends to 3rd day of December" 1990 at 10:00 a.m.- County
Carol Williams Clerk
register said fictitious name under the 1990.BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS the Bradford County Board of ,County Deputy Clerk ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF:Deputy Town of Raiford in sponsosrr:'.',

aforesaid statute. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Commissioner, in regular session to b* Prepared by: Shapiro A Flshman ing a county-wide cookout Saturday r=,

Dated this "hdayaf November 1990In RAY NORMAN CLERK OF COURT.ll153tclqll29No.71l. held at the Boards Meeting Room at th. John H. Jones Esq. 7077 Bonneval Road December 1, at, the Raiford Comr: :

Bradford Counly. Bradford County Courthouse. Starke, Attorney for Plaintiff Suit 450Jacksonville munity Center. I -

11/22 4tpd 12/13 No714 Florida will hold a public hearing an the PO Box 2340 Florida 32216 Smoked chicken and chicken pilau .....,

proposed enactment for adopting Ordinance 1230 S. Main St. ((94)) 281.0890 platen will be served at $3 for adults :;;:

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT No. 907. Gainesville Fl) 32602 90-1464J and $1.50 for children plates,' starjs

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN The substance of the proposed ordinance 904-373.0936 11/292tchg 12/6No723 ting at 1 p.m. until 6 p.m. *
PRO AND FOR BRADFORD is to establish funding by special Florida Bar No. 209058 Raffle tickets for a Browning 1100
NOTICE OF ORDINANCE PUBLIC HEARING NO.ON 90-8 COUNTY. FLORIDA assessment for Emergency Medical Services 1 11/22 2tchg 11/29 NO 669"P4OTICEbF'SALEw automatic shotgun and a homemade

POSED COUNTY-WIDE SPECIAL CASE NO: 90-542-CA (EMS)for the health and welfare of quilt will be on Bate until the 8 p.m.

t ASSESSMENT ESTABLISHING FOR THE PURPOSE OF FIRE IN RE: The Marriage ol: citizens of Bradford County, Florida.._ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT drawing.. A church bazaar is also

I 'SERVICES. PROVIDING WILLIAM BRESEE v All Interested parties ore Invited to *.*...... EIG'IJHAIJQICIAL.It'ClI: ; ,,... sche lfled. y"_ .. .
PROTECTION
; Husband ,... .. present their comments at the time and 5 t. ......-. _.1N.AbIDFOItpRADFOAOORIDA:.. ", *.Gm; lrou wiilkuL..m tIjo ........1
DEFINITIONS IMPOSING SPECFAL .,.. ,.. ..., """ :
and -- '" place set forth bcI-.. .u Notice. is hecby given,r.that. .o r / J,"rL -n1but tt5iuic areTnvited follr'h\ ,
ASSESSMENT: ESTABLISHING BEGINNING BRESEE Persons advised that If theydecide December" '14. !99Oat 10:00: a.m., Wilbur CASE ,. .
ANN NO 90-235-CA
BETTY are : throughout the day and night.! '1 ..,
DATE FOR SAID SPECIAL ASSESSMENT L. Heath will offer tar sale at public auc
I Wife. to appeal any decision made at FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK Sponsored by the Town of Raiford *g
: DEFINING IMPROVED PARCELS OF ACTIONTO will need record ot tion to. the highest bidder for cash ot OF national
NOTICE this hearing they a FLORIDA a the affair will benefit the Citizens 5
ASSESSED Heath Auto Service, Florida the .
AND UNITS TO BE ANN BRESEE. Route 3. Box lawtey. association, In
: BETTY the proceedings, and for such purpose, successor Against Pollution who are trying to
described vehicle
following 1982
ESTABLISHING SPECIAL ASSESSMENTSRATES 1305. Starke. Florida 32091 YOUR ARE they made need to ensure that verbatim Interest by merger to stop the trl-county landfill at
: PROVIDING FOR LIEN AND ENFORCEMENT action; tar DISSOLUTION Cadillac serial number Florida Notional Bank
NOTIFIED that an record of the proceedings Is modewhich IG6AB69NOC9I8BI51. Ellerbee Curve. ,-- .
OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENT: has been filed Plaintiff
OF MARRIAGE
record Includes the testimony and Dated This 26th Day ot November. Help preserve the environment for i=:,
ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE: William Bresee, whereinhe
against you by evidence upon which the' appeal Is to b. 1990. vs.MOUSTAPHA now and future generations.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the has among other things, requestedthe based. EL-SOUESSI and
3rd day of December 1990 at 10:15 a.m. Court award to him any and all Interest DATED this 14th day of Nov. 1990. 11/29 31chg 12/13 No 725 PAULETTE E. EL-SOUESSI. .- -

the Bradford County Board of County which you may have In all personal BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS his wife; et ol.. I STARKBCHURCH

Commissioner in regular session to be property acquired during the marriage BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA Defendants.

held at the Boards Meeting Room ot the and all interest which you may RAY NORMAN CLERK OF COURT AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE OF GOD -
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke. have in the following described parcel of LEGAL NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto
Florida will hold a public hearing on the land in Bradford County Florida to wit: 11/15 Stchg 11/29 I No. 713 Th Suwann River Economic Council on order or a final judgment of ,. 422 N. SLC1aIrK&S J !

proposed enactment for adopting Or. A parcel I of land containing 13.78 Inc., Board ol Directors will hold a foreclosure entered In th* obey Postor: David Pleasant y

dinance No. 90.8. acres, lying the NW 1/.. of NE 1/4 of Section meeting of the Board of Directors Monday captioned action I will sell the property Wa Invite you to won/tip wtthutt j

The substance ol the proposed ordinance 15, Township 7 South Range-22 December: 3. 1990 at the Suwanna situated lr Bradford County; Florida Attended Nitnery,

Is to establish funding by special East Bradford County Florida and being / IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Elementary East School 1625 Walker described as: EvndsySchoolw.,.... 10 sot
PARCEL I North 1/4 of NW 1/4 ot NW "
described Avenue S.W.. Live Oak Florida. Th. :
assessment for Fire Protection Service more particularly as / EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN t-AcmlAf ._....,.? ?.._. 11 sat
meeting will begin at 7:00 1/4, Section 35. Township South
(FPS) lor the health and welfare of follows.: AND FOR BRADFORD p.m. 22 I Evening. SOTk* ._,,.____ 'pm730p
Commence at the Southwest corner of; COUNTY, FLORIDA 11/29 I Itchg No. 719 Range lost ,
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I Brooker Trailer Park Owner Seeks City Water
In the park,and make collections.The customers in that category.
city charter provides for a 10 The council agreed to post a letter ;
T J-Mann,owner of a trailer park The park came under the Jurisdic property, and he is willing to make George Pierce says It Is an impossible percent surcharge* on water to DEft in which it will agree to fur-
orte-half mile cart of Brooker city lion of DER only recently, having the investment, providing the town schedule and cannot be met if customer living outside city limits. nish water to the park,contingent to
limits, asked the dry council Tuesday formerly been under the Department will.agree to furnishing water. the third option Is chosen. Currently, the l wD bat only two approval by the city engineer.
Nov. 13, to consider furnishing of Health Mann said.
water to the trailer part site. DER gave Mann three options: The trailer park currently has 2S Council members Sue Davis and
&.lOcate septic tanks in the residents,with five more lots and e Gene Melvin said they support fur. Need
Mann said UM Department of En- acre available for expansion,for a fishing! water to the trailer perk WAINWRIGHTTFN
vtronmenUl Regulation (DER) has park.Put down new wells,or total of 35-40 more lots, Mann said. providing the city engineer says the can DAN
condemned the trailer park water /Connect to city water system DER told Mann to submit a plan Brooker water system can handle -36 Y m.Experience AU Types Bactrial Work,
system, consisting of two wells and Mann said he estimates will cost by Jan. 1 and have the plan itnplementenby the additional load. Skigto distribution lines,after operating! for $15,01>>-000 to run 6 inch PVC Feb. 1,mi. Mann wants the town to put individual -
several years without problems water line from the city limits to his Brooker Council Chairman meters on the mobile.homes .

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4p.m.each Friday afternoon.Fill in all the blanks with either
Bradford Tornado va Suwanneo the name of the tern you think win win or"lie"if you think Starke.Eta:
the acme will end In a tie.The person who picks the most Miami vs Washington
135 W. Call St. names right will win the lop prizes ,
Phone 864305 Starke. FL 32091
In case of ties,we win use the total points scored in the wX1n Mu.?
Bradford High School game each week(except the Tornadoes Q
open week-in that case,we win use the Gator game)u a
tiebreaker.Please GU in the points you think will be scored by
Bradford County Tornadoes(Galore)and their opponent combined in the ;
TEAL TILE
tiebreaker blank.For instance,if the score in the Tornado :
GUN & PAWN game 26.was Tornadoes 19,Opponents 7,the correct score was & CARPET, INC.

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Permit ,' FRANGELICO AND CUPS DEVONSHIRE AND MUGSA

A 375 ml bottle of Frangelico Italian 500 ml bottle of English Devonshire j ''

Issued, Revoked Hazelnut Liqueur with two demitasse cups Cream Liqueur with two coffee mugs.

What could turn out to be a week- and saucers. 9.99 6.99
long civil trial is under way in the
Bradford County courthouse in I ]
which builder Craig Weiner is suing
to recover costs of a building founda-
tion then for revoked.which a permit was issued, WINE RACK GIFT SET

Weiner had intended to build two The perfect starter cellar comes already

houses on one lot on Santa Fe Lake.A packed in a wicker wine rack and includes ,
permit wait issued by the
building "'
zoning office.. Then someone notifiedthe r.jjjiiiiJ rAiiiJ '' Chantefleur/ Chardonnay, Chateau
zoning office there was not sufficient = /-JK. Martouret, Franz Reh Liebfraumilch, La
footage on the lot for 11 j
square j
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Francesca Bardolino Sebastian! White
Dry
two homes. At that point a "stop
work" order was l issued and the !iX YIIID l tix ,rn Zinfandel and Deep Creek
building permit rescinded. ) Australian
The issue has gone on for the bet DAY TMWMrs Shiraz/Cabernet Sauvignon. 9
ter part of two years. The county 7 MYN
hired Orange Park attorney John SALE il
Kopelousos to represent it.
Kopelousos reported that Welser offered
to settle for $10,000.
Kopelousos recommended that the
county accept the offer and settle the
issue, but county commissioners LOCAL ADVERTISED I
declined. i I KAHLUA & HOLIDAY MUGS-1f'
So, this week the case went to trial / / '
before Judge James Tomlinson in A 375 ml bottle of Kahlua Mexican Coffee '

Circuit Weiser Court.is suing the county, Liqueur with two holiday mugs. *f1.99MshMbt

represented by attorney Kopelousos, s
and Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal, BORDEAUX PAIR
who is represented by attorney An oval table tray of willow holds a [
Terence Brown. SMIRNOFF PRIVATE RESERVE SET sampling ol Bordeaix(favorites including "
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Bill Best ent told I AND GLASSES
County Attorney > IRISH MIST
Chateau Bonnet white and Chateau Tour
A 500 ml bottle of Smirnoll 90 4'Private
commissioners last week it
county A 375 ml bottle ollnsh Mist and
Prignac red with assorted chocolate t Liqueur ,
probably would be a three day trial, Reserve Vodka comes with two Martini S
but Tuesday O'Neal was told the { glasses ready for serving 9.99 truffles.22.99 | two sniffers.It t.SS
trial will probably end sometime '


Saturday.Background... SCOTCH I SALE I I VODKAuSfllil I I i i


Bradford Weiser lives County on\Santa and has Fe Lake been, in a DEWAR'S. FLEGIN l NS Gin ... 1 cc ABSOLUT $:hcnl a 1S

builder and developer of lake properties "White Label: a o
in Bradford and Alacnua 1.751 1.99 SALE ; c 800 VODKA VODKA %
17513.99
Counties for a number of years. The ,. SCOTCH SCOTCH "" SALE n
situation that spawned this suit had aas -3.00 S,JI LTR'3.00O": N" O 99 _
iU beginning in August, 1988, when Yir 1399 1899 ,
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Weiser applied for and received a :-o.N!- awl 10.99 awn stns 750ML LTR..TS.

41st building Terrace permit, just for off a CR-21B.house on SE CS. OF 12-$163.00 CS. OF 6 $113.94 CS. OF 6 .$71.94BEEFEATER CS. OF S. $82.95 r CS. OF .88Qmimoff CS.OF 6-$59.94GORDON'S SchtftzA. ,

Two months later, in October,
1988, Weiser requested cancellationof ClanMacGregor GGd4nln4 Gilbey'sGin. ; 6.99 SALE
the original permit,and requested aw : "" -1. '
permits for two homes on the same _WSP MftAnmas
parcel, representing in the application 14.49 SCOTCHCS. GIN 80 VODKA VODKA7 < 5.99"'
that each of the two lots meet or LTH'_ SALE sasLaal !
exceed the minimum 20,000 square J.UU nun .' j"
feet required by zoning regulations. 2O 11750ML 649 MRCS. r99CHINAS
In order to provide the 100 feet fron- 11.49 s; LTR. W. .-- +
tage required, the dividing line was CS. OF 6 $86.94 OF 6 $125.94 CS. OF 12-$139.95 FREE ,-.::::....... n OF 6 $89.94 CS.Ol.b-$65.94 r!i
zig-zagged. Both lots now had 100 REGULAR,LIGHT,DRY
feet on the front and 30 feet on the .- n
back, with one lot facing the lake, t R. ,; I ABC 80 Stouchnaya 9iHw.l..r 89sa
S uGC 7 BEER SALE ,
the other facing the road. ; VODKAGIN 80 VODKA
The was issued, but a
permit /
number of errors were made in ap- \ REGAL FROM 12 VR GLENLIVET SCOTCH '..to I-I MILLER "SEW 10.29 ', RUM f LTR.75l 9.99, SALE. --
for and the nn -
plying issuing permits. -3. muni
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According to Attorney John 49 14 49 MICHELOB atse, NN''!LLl. 2.99 ; 949 MOLSONREGULAR -
Kopelousos, Weiser submitted a site 16.99:11
750 ML 1 I .REGULAR +
750 ML
plan based on an old survey: that
gave property owneres title to bottom CS.OF 12. $209.88 SCHLITZ "r 6.99 CS OF S 556.94 CS. OF .|1199 .LIGHT*ALE

land, which was superceeded M 159
during Gov. Bob Graham's tenure of PASSPORTSCOTCH
office. TEACtIERS'I 1 I i SALE I i OURBONS 1 i 1 &, i I 6 ,.1101 mi
Gov. Graham and his cabinet ruled -
that Santa Fe lakefront property 17514.99 SALE 50 11.99 SALE
ends at the mean water line, reducing "". 3.003.00 ynun W SCR' .to .w" WILD TOM ........ .
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the Weiser lot from 40,000 square CANADIAN a VH SO KENTUCKY ,,
feet to 30,646 square feet, not large 11.99 tfTElKBATE 8.99 ot HERITAGE TURKEY -r \
enough for two houses under any ss.CS :. 101* PROOF BOURBON ,1

configuration. CS.OF8.589.94 OF 12: $134.95, f.
Zoning ordinances provide for 17" 124.up9 wlLO 1149 209 "
center lot lines to be straight rather J LTR. rA Mi !
than zig-zag, although the line can
run at an angle. MANAGER'S SPECIALS CS. OF 12- $214.95 CS. OF -$74.94utaftian CS. OF 12 $137.88 CS.OF 8> $83.94 ,___ I i

Finally, adjoining lots cannot face
opposite directions.In p SeaQranrsV.O. Seagram'sTCroum SchlltzMAULlQUOIV ''
late 1988, Weiser requested the
county to close SE 41st Terrace, a RUM CRISTALL D '
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short street that dead ends nearby, 175 2.99 SALE .uoctKO, 17518.99; 16 OZ. CANS
1751 .99
but neighbors objected, and the SALE SALE 17513.99 .
county refused to close the street. If LTH3.00 SL 21" LTR'-3.00O" LTR-3.00 !::." LTR..2.00 ALE::., IUOKLM& 289.epK.sa
the street had been closed and the AmiKUTE _" 1299 -'
land given to adjacent land owners, 9.99 15.99 =:11 8.99 KUH 11.99SS"
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Weiser footage would for a second have adequate house.In square CS. OF 6 .$7495BACARDI FREE CS. OF 6 $113.50 CS. OF 6 .$70.95 CS. OF S. $81.95JJM CS. OF 77.94 "

December, Weiser sought a edges
u CANADIAN BIACK' ABC- / ,
waiver from the Bradford Board of Cutler
Adjustment, allowing him to buildon AM ER OR SILVER PEPSI 16.80VELTT -OTCH j
PREMIUM li.
D JI KENTUCKY
the smaller lot, but was turned
down. 4t 4 RUM DIET PEPSI I THE PREMIUM IS IN THE 17512.99 SALE ., t!. 199
t Tu..TT V BOTTLE NOT THE PRICE BOURBON r
Since Weiser had received a per- LTR*3.00 S '
; eu'
t mit and poured foundation slabs on 15" LTUa
the two lots before the county issueda 109 A 1349 9.99 1399 12"
work stop order he ask the county i LTR. awn --.9-.i
TWO LITER ,
to reimburse him $10,000 for his expenditures i CS.OF 6- $95.94 CS.OF6.J80L94 CS. OF 6 $77.94 -' CS. OF 8-$83.94 C :'bF .

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Attorney Kopelousos recommended .
the county pay Weiser the re- IMPORTED: ] :"WINE SALE: 'JUG WINE SALE SPARKLING: WINE SALE! It I CALIFORNIA WINE SALE
quested amount and end the matter
but Commissioner Joe Riddick said..., Chat. Tlrrrtiprloy X? :M 4.99. Carlo Rossi"SHr dR. 5.49 Sebastian! MAIKO'NOM' :L" 9.99 Corbin Cmi1a CYMY."M"". LTR. 5.99
he would not the
approve settlement
unless Weiser removed the smallerof la Doucetie TSB'LV.BenlolalsGimlla :M 16.49 Gallo ..J1F'L.Y.. 3.79 Codomlu r.:: :X 5.99 *'Sterling/ _, :: 12.99 .
the two slabs. l
Kopelousos stated that Weiser f / :M 6.99 ABC "lUlli sjsiES.sr>t.CUMT(MAMM. dR. 4.99 Gold Seol "=:"':;" '." 4.99 JBerlnger *SSL.illtn :" :M 4.49

would build a guest house on the slab Km UebfnutnllcliChoi. :M 4.49 I Tostl ...2"Tattlnger X 6.99 r
Km
if the commissioners agreed to settle Glen Ellen js?. L5.49 8189!4 ,fssasssjGeyser M 3.99

but Riddick said once the four t l Du Glana :M 12.49 IIIUT a 22.99 Peak __, M 8.49
walls were Weiser subse-
up or a Cello uSS...., LL 599
quent owner could add kitchen fixtures Chat. Poujeaux ML 14.49 :: Moet' C Chandon = :X 18.99 | uena Visla.'rsrClosduBols 'vs.ML alt
.44
and convert the guest house Into I logo Sangria Red .. 8.49 .. .
v Korbel LTCook's : :'Mf 9.99
a residence, circumventing the Bolla "S M 4.69 :: :::. M 9.49 -,

agreement regulaltions.and violating coning. f i Nicolas aAn".o.., ML 11.99 Rluniie ...C".:..M.-0O: LL. 5.79 XS :L? 4.49 I.Y. Rutherford M e.M.-YYN./M ,ML,. 8.99 ,

Zoning regulations allow) guest (ITEMS WITH ARE AVAILABLE IN LARGER ABC STORES ONLY)
houses, but they cannot have kitchen Mouton" Cadet. I ?S: M 5.99 SebasiianI.I I, ,0w..-_ M 4" '
facilites, and must be on the same ; 11 MARTINI&ROSSI I.Lti&pumank I. Sebastiani
:M 4.49 .
electrical meter as the owner's Torres "r I Jordan wH.:L :: 17.99 I / ,

residence. .' Chateau :n"" ,S3Pesceilno ,to 19.99 :; ( COUNTRY Hr r
Kendal-lackson
Weiser took the. issue to court ML. { WHITE .,, M .g. I

charging Zoning Director DarrellO'Neal Blanco::=""n :M 5.49 wwn ILUSH IMUTCOiOOUCK i 750 9.99 SALE ZINFANDEL Cigl. SI.1JCheIN .:. 8.H
and ,the Board of ML
Commissioners. County :M 5.49 99 -2.00 : ..... I LARGEST
BIG Beaujolais a! : s.. ,99 Sfehasttanl' M 5.99 ,
; .. .
Brown Bros. :M 9.99 750 ML 7.99 Ilan T'1.5 LTR. Gallo c .se./ M 5.4 1 '
Comity-Wide =;,,
Cookout SELECTION

.' x"Tne Town of Raiford IpO II08I'. Raynal YSOP =' LTR. 11.99 ''SPECIALTY SALE- Tin Maria SSS:., :Kr 12.991 ST REMY

/ tog a county-wide cookout Saturday, Irish Mist' u. ." :M 16.99 Kamora LT 7.99X lose Cuervo 1110"., :X 9.99 541I5"Lull .
December 1, at the Raiford Community HHANIlV
'r Center. Kahlua = "ML 13.99 Bailey's Irish 13.99 -- Dollli5B-" :a 9.99 7.99 SALE lOWEST

Smoked chicken and chicken pilau E6J 7.491 Pedro Dom fundador '." 10.99 ML -5.00 Sin '
.' plates will be served at $3 for adults Certified Brandy 13.99 Brandy M .

I and $1.50 for children plates, starting Henness VS La 18.99 Fran elico imo 2M3. San Troplquo iSXi: :M 7.49 2 99
at 1 p.m. until 6 p.m. PRICES
I Raffle tickets for a Bl'OWD1nIll00 E5._
'. automatic shotgun and a homemade WINHO( KIV. ?lOIB Tinier NOV. 2* NOV. .at "-ATaiAf: i.-1--1 5UND ItC. IROMRICO NONUf.KC.1-- lUE u: quilt will be on sale until the 6 p.m.
drawing. A church bazaar la also I WINDSOR JNVERHOUSESCOTCH I POPOV I BURNETT'SGIN FUISCHMAHK'SPRIfUKEB

scheduled. / I CANADIAN I VODKA I I AT ALL :

Gospel groups willing to contribute I 11.49I1 1 1.71 I It. + / '
I 9 89 J 1 I 11.49 $
music are Invited to perform .l11. I ? +
throughout the day and night. a rs sl.RS./e wal I el ..". PI*LUMiMIR GWftkSUNUr. I s on wnws..ic.swi 21O
Sponsored by the Town of Raiford, t ma r.. ii |HURSS t NIV; ?$ I r. .38' MC I NONIfIT IK 1

., Against the affair Pollution will benefit who are the trying Citizens to GALLOVERMOUTH oe oA iAICfCHAILIS I PAUL wwnnwuin MASSON COLD SEALHHKCATAWIA i WHITE INGtEHOOKCHAILIS : ALMA DIN ABC'S IN

top the tri-county landfill at PARTAGER I MT. CHABLIS FLORIDA

f Ellerbee Help preserve Curve.the environment for 2.29 :' 5.49 :tt 5.49 3.89 tw I 3.89 ITa. ,
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SANTA FECOMMUNITY
1991Schedule
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001.LEGS 209 West Call Street
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w Starke, Florida 32091 :

Phone 964-5382 Or 395-5850 ;


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Tues.-Fri. Nov. 27-30 Freshman Registration 10:00': .-4OOP.M.:
twjfrkLl Mon-Wed Dec 3-5 Registration By Appointment 10:00: AM.-4:00: P.M.

I Thur. Dec 6 Regular Registration 10:00: A.M.-4:00: P.M. &6:00-8:00: : P.M.
Fri Dec 7 Regular Registration 10:00: AM.400: P.M.

Left)The retiring of the colon. (Above)A Huge, Patriotic crowd Thur. Jan.3 Registration 9,00 A.M.to 4:00: P.M. & 6.800()() ; P.M. Students Who
I gathered for the :3 How dedication. 1 Register On/Before Jan 3 Must Pay Fees No Later Than Jan 3.

Fri. Jan 4 Registration 9:00: A.M.To 4:00: P.M. Students Who Register Jan 4

What a difference 80 years make In I .veterans of all wars, back to the Must Pay Fees on That Date.
Hundreds. of World War II Veterans American Revolution, General ... Mon.- Jan 7 Registration 9:00: A.M.To 4:00: P.M. &6:00: P.M.To 8:00: P.M.Classes

_L J..I, "1neCXki11L'who trained' arCarnp as Bla YOu=1n the fight Arter said to acquire that while land some and countries: other 3 r-'--,1.f_..rpo.. .rv'" ,* ''.Ykltav r---r-, Begin! Studcat6 Wh l.tegisl J-a n.7M\lStPay.FeesOnThatDate"j R-r:r"a' .
1940' were greeted y In a material things America has fought Fri. Jan 18 Last Day To Drop Classes& Receive A Refund I
I. beautifully landscaped Memorial only to protect freedom for one Mon. Jan 21 Martin Luther King Holiday
I Park-marked contrast to the sandy anotherfreedom to write talk,
drill fields, wood and canvas play and be understood,balanced by Mon.-Fri. Mar.11-15 Spring Break(No Classes)
i T hutments and the notorious boomtown liberty and justice for all." Fri Mar.15 Spring Holiday(College Closed)
; area they left behind four In welcoming the veterans and "
decades Mon. Apr. 8 Last Day To Withdraw& Receive a "W"
ago. visitors, General Ensslin said "To-
$ But Sunday the red carpet was day we honor all who served in Mon.-Thur. Apr.29-May 2 Final Exam Days
definitely out, and hundreds of World War II, and all wars, whether
J former World War II GIs took advantage living or dead. In a broader sense,
of the "kinder, gentler" we honor all who ever responded to
treatment that was being handed out the call to arms to defend the liber-
on the Blanding reservation in their ties we all enjoy today. Camp Blan-
honor. One veteran of the 43rd (New ding played a major role for both the Course Sect Id Course Title Time Days Rm Cr Instructor
England) Division recalled the long National Guard and many thousands
marches over rough terraine when of other troops who trained here DAYTIME
he would return to l his bunk covered before deployment to Europe or the
with mud from his feet to waist and Pacific. EC02013 051 P Prin.Of Economics 1 8:30-9:45: : MW 212 3 Strickland
with sand from his waist up. Following the dedication. Gen. MAC1102 OSI P College Algebra I 8:30-9:45: MW 209 3 Becker
through More than the Blanding 3,000 visitors main checked Ensslin and Gen. Arter participatedin OST2711 OSI D Word Processing 1 8:30-9:45: MW 204 3 TBA
a ribbon-cutting ceremony, of-
Highway 18 Saturday and Sunday, ficially opening the Museum and HC1'Ol00 OSI 0 NursingAssislant 9DO-l:00: : M-F 106 4 Hitchcock
admiring the handsome granite Memorial Park to the public. Taps EC020'23 051 P Prin.Of Economics II 10DO-U:1S: MW 212 3 Strickland
memorials the landscaped pool with the 13th Band
was played by Army
ENOl02 OSI P AboutLit. 10DO-U:1S MW 205 3 Turner
water spray the World War II guns, Bugler, followed by a rifle salute by Writing :
planes and motor vehicles surroun- the 63lst Maintenance Company.. PSY2012 OSI P General Psychology 10DO-U:1S: MW 108 3 TBA
ding the grounds, and the twostorymuseum Fly-bys were staged by the 419th ACC2011 OSI D Accounting! 11:30-12:45: MW 212 3 Strickland
-a vivid reminder of Camp Aviation Group and the 125th
Blanding as it used to be,and the effect Fighter Interceptor Group Florida ENC2301 OSI P Advanced Composition 11:30-12:45: : MW 20S 3 Turner
it had on' .the!! ..surrounding: area. National, Guard. A drive-by/ of Army HSC2400 051 P First Aid 11:30-12:45: M 108 3 Chapman

..; MACmO OSI P College Algebl'illl 11:30-12:45 MW 209 3 Becker ""
0ST271 0S2 D Word Processing 1 1:30-12:45: : MW 204 3 TBA
We honor all who
a CGS 1000 OSI D Intro.To Computers 8:30-9:45: TH 204 3 Elliott '

\ MAT 0024 OSI C Elementary Algebra 8:30-9:45: TH 209 4 TBA
ever responded to the call MULOIO OSI P Music:Appreciation 8:30-9:45: TH 108 3 Lyall

DEP2004 OSI P Human Growth& Dvlp. 10DO-11:15: : TH 209 3 TEA
to arms to defend the v' 1SC1001 OSI P Fund.PhyslcalSdence 10DO-11:15: TH 210 3 TBA
"'oj,: ;' AMH2020 I OSI P Us.History Since 1.817 11:30-12:45: TH 212 3 TBA

liberties we enjoy today. I; CGSzS4O: l OSI D Data Base Management 11:30-12:45: TH 204 3 Elliott
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,'t' I ,I ENC1101 OSl D College Composition 1130-12:45: TH 209 3 TBA

Major General Robert Ensslin Jr. ..; HUMI021 061 D Intro.To Humanities 11:30-1:20: TH 108 4 Lyall
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Sunday's dedication ceremonies, vehicles was presented by the f ;:;'r'. EVENING :<)1
highlight of the two-day events, Military Vehicles Collectors Club. -
opened( with a salute by the 116th Six veterans who received the APB2150 063 P Cenral Biology 7DO-9:45N: : M 210 4 TBA :.1,8
Field Artillery and a 'Massing! of Medal of Honor, the highest award f rj', APB21501 065 P General Biology Lab 7DO-8:50N: : W 210 0 TBA ;"1 : :
Colon", a spectacular display of given for bravery in action againstthe .'. r,
I" a ; ART1300C l s P Beginning Drawing 7DO9:4SN: M 209 3 Mullins :
flags participated in by veterans of enemy, received special citations -
all wars, numerous military units, Sunday. A total of 47 who train- ,j' d ",,! CGSlOOO l 5 D Intro.to Computers 1DO-9:45N M 204 3 Baker '. .
and other patriotic organizations. ed at Blanding received the Medalof ," ':: J ENOlOl 055 P College Composition 7DO9:45N: : M 212 3 TBA ;

Jr.Major,the Adjutant General General Robert F.of Florida Ensslin, six Honor.were present Fifteen Sunday.are t living and ,f.---4: ,.;, EUHzOO1: 065 P Western Gv.After 1548 1DO-9:4SN: : M 108 3 Klepper ;

Introduced the guest speaker, Lieut. Sergeant Major Rodney Hall, who MAT0002.065 C College Prep Math' 7DO-7:59N: MW 20S 1 MCGiIIMAT0002L ,
General Robert Arter (Retired), serves as curator and project coordinator OS5 C College Prep Math Lab 8DO-9:29N: : MW 205 3 McGill "
who is a special consultant to the for the Museum was I'
5:30-6:45N TH 209 3 TBA
MAcmO 006 P :
,Secretary of the Army, Praising recognized end ..presented with a_- CoUegeAJgebrall, : \'
:. REA0010 006 C College PrepRead ng5DO6:29N: : TH 20S 3 E1lifritt
CSeePtge4B) 'r 'J
; 4; (( REAOOI0L 006 C College Prep Reading Lab 6:30-1:29N: TH 20S 1 Elli&itt
':,.,; '. CCS1510 006 D Electronic Spreadsheets 1DO-9:45N T 204 3 Elliott :
; MAT0024 006 C Elementary Algebra 1DO-9:45N: T 209 4 TBA :::'\ :

Museum & Memorial Park HoursThe ";t: PHJ2600 006 P InhoToEthia 7DO9:4SN T 212 3 McFadden :
6 PSY2012 006 P GeneraJPsychDlogy 7DO-9:4SN T 108 3 TBA x.,,;' .
.;:'Ufi.? +:) ENOXYlO 006 C College Prep Writing. 7:30-8:29N: : TH 20S 3 EBiMttr :" W :

Camp Blinding World.War II I Museum and Memorial Park. :'Jt:; ENCD0201 006 C College Prep Writing Lab 8:309:59N: TH :zos 1 Elli&itt 4 t" :

., are now operating on a regular schedule, from f a.m. to 4 p,m. ,ti ..? ACC2001 OS7 D Accountingl: 1DO-9:45N: W 212 3 TBA
'l'bUMa' through Fridays S a.m. to II noon on.Saturday$ and 1, I ?hiI: AMHzOlO: l OS7 P US History To 1877 7DO9:45N: : W 108 3 Young .. ;

.. ,. ; p.m.. to S p.m.Sunday. 'i, ii I'' .' MTBnro OS7 D Business Math 7DO-9:45N: W 101 3 TBA ,: :
.4 The Mm.Iou&ecl1a a two story frame building just inside the '
': v CCSlooo OS7 D Intro.To Computers 7DO-9:45N: W 204 '3 Baker :
Camp Blending main gate, offers varied displays of World War II ,
weapon, wuforms. pictures, newspapers clippings and other ENC1102 OS7 P Writing Aboul Lit. 7DO-9:45N W 209 3 TBA ,:. .
memorabilia ef Florida National Guard regiments that trained at '. ": REEZ000037 0 Real Estate 6DO-9:5ON W 106 4 TBA
Blanding. HUMI021 0S8 P Intro.To Humanities 6:30-9:45N H 108 4 Lyall ;' .
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WWII tanks,planes, and big artillery guns are displayed around ;" Gilbert ,
the grounds m the Memorial Park along with the memorials GElIJOIl 0S8 D Intro.ToBushess 7DO-9:45N: H 106 3
... erected by the ....Infantry Divisions that were assigned then ;"' ,I'j.,'. ENC2:301: l 0S8 P Advanced Composition 7DO-9:45N H 210 3 TBA .' 'j'IACtI02
The Museum and U-acre landscaped park are accessible to 0S8 P College Algebra I 7DO-9:45N H 209 3 TMSY0000 \ / ;J\.li,
visitors without passing through the security.post at the gate, and 0S8 P 'IntroductorySodology 7DO-9:4SN H 212 3 TBA t ,:!hh, .,
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there i Is no ad. charge.: \ ,
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Pale ZB TELEGRAPH.TIMES MONITOR SECTION November Zt,IMA

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Police Beatby ed after a $250 surety bond was was arrested Nov. 29 for burglary Brian Lane. 21, inmate at the to Deputy Bob McGrath. He was damage,according to Patrolman O.
posted. according to Sat. Anderson Holland county Jail, was charged Nov. 29 released after a 9740.25 surety bond E. Hans. Ite was released after.
Burch allegedly broke Into a trailer with Introduction of contraband andpossession was poMted. ".surety bond was posted.
Carolyn Eaves Jerry Calvin Wilkinson, 23, was in Lost Valley Campground lumped of cannabis,according to
BCTSraNWritMBrooker arrested Nov. 20 for grand theft,according on the victim, hit him with a tape Sgt. Holland. Lane was caught with Raymond Eddie Austin, 10, was Judy, Lee Warts 99, was arrested
Juvenile to Deputy,Michael Part He and tried to stab him, said Holland. a "Joint" in his mouth while sitting arrested Nov. It for DWLS, according Nov. 2S for Dlh. according to
was released after a 91,000 surety Burch was released to Gateway on his bunk. Bond was set at$,000. to Deputy McGrath. He was Trooper: M. 1C. Richardson. Wart='s
Charged in BurglariesNow bond was pouted. Treatment Center to be returned to he remains in custody released after a PIUS surety bond blood alcohol content was .17 psr-
the county Jail after treatment.A de- was posted. cent in the 11.45 a.m. accident tare
Charged As AdultAn James Wilson Marchant. 23, was tainer from Hill borough County is Traffic miles north of Lawtey. She was
18-year-old Brooker youth, arrested Nov. 25 for interferring also placed against Burch. Edward Wllber Harris of Jackson' Juan Carlos Muni, 26. was arrested released after a 9500 surety bond
charged. Juvenile with multiple with child custody, according to Li. villa was arrested Nov. 25 for driving Nov. 26 for driving under in- was posted.
burglaries last month, ha been Gorman. Marchant took children Frederick Steele,40,was arrested while license suspended fluence (DUI, according to
charged an an adult for the offenses. without permission from their Nov. 24 aggravated assault according (DWLS), according to Captain Ray Patrolman Robert Lyons. Munis Jeffery Boyd Caldwell, 26,was arrested
Hank blah Todd wa. transferred mother who has custodial care said to Sgf. Holland. Deputies Shuford. He was released after a refused testing.- Bond was set at Nov.25 for DUI according to
from the Union County Jail to the Gorman. Marchant was nOR were called to a domestic distur 9215.29 surety bond was paced $l,OOO.t his first appearance he was Deputy Ron David. Caldwell; was
Bradford County Jail Nov. 21 and ordered to violate no laws and haveno bance on Pleasant Grove Road ROR. found slumped over the seat of Ms
charged on a warrant with six contact with the victim or the where Steele allegedly pointed a gun Wesley Noel White, 18, was arrested vehicle: which had apparently ran Into -
count* petit theft four children.M at the victim and hit her in the Nov. 20 for DWLS, wilful, David SO, was arrested a ditch at US-310 and SB 32nd,said
count armed burglary, criminal ... .. mouth, said Holland. Bond was set wanton reckless driving, fleeing attempting Sucharsewskl the scene Davis. He was released after a 9900.,
mischief, according to Lt. David -- -"h Rnrch 25,of Lawtey at$ ,5OO, he was ROR. to elude police according "! an colder.! with property surety bond was posted.
Aderbolt. Todd remain in custody -- ..
under a$5,000 bond.
Todd wa charged Oct. IS with codefendant
Shane Lopes McRae, 20,
for four !eparate burglaries In the Winn-Dixie
Brooker area that occurred Oct. 5
thru Oct. 10. Todd and McRae stole
numerous items Including gum
money camera, toys and a watch
said Aderbolt. Mont of the property
was recovered in an abandoned ... ; ? o
house. Todd and McRae are also
suspects in two Union County
burglaries.McRae WHOLE HOG MILD
also remains in custody ,
under a( ,5OO bond. MEDIUM or HOT

Two Men Charged W-D
In Shooting IncidentTwo PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION: '
STARKE
SAUSAGESMOKED
men were charged Nov.2 in a i.WEST MADISON SET OUAMTITV IWOMTS
shooting incident in Lawtey. RESERVED.,
Arlie Joseph Dobbs,39,was charged WMMtMM DH wen
with shooting into an occupied SALUTING PRICES GOOD
dwelling after he allegedly shot OUR THURSWED.
bullets into the top of a trailer with t NOV 28 DEC S.
three people inside, according to
Deputy Danny Thrift. ;
Clinton Wayne Moore, 24, was :1.
charged with shooting into an occupied ..r STORE MANAGERS
vehicle and aggravated
assault after he allegedly shot four _
times at Dobbs' vehicle with Dobbs
and his four-year-old to Deputy Thrift.son inside according The Men and Women That Get the Job

Both men were released on their

own stay away recognizance from each and other.ordered to r/ done! They are working to give you SHOULDER PORK PICNICS .. $127 I

Recent ArrestsIn

Bradford CountyThe { the Lowest Total Food Bill ... ,
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following arrests were made
by local authorities in Bradford

County. BRANDS YOU KNOW AND TRUST AT EVERYDAY LOW PRICES! r triCHICKEN: : !

Deborah Sue Reddish, 33, of ..
Raiford was arrested Nov. 21 on a : '"
capias charging issuing worthless c
check, according to Deputy Jason 79 .
Bennett. She was released after a 12oz.PKG..
$150 surety bond was posted. .

Jerrold Ray Latacano, 19, of ALL FLAVORS
Hampton wa arrested Nov. 23 for REGULAR or LIGHT ALL FLAVORS ENDLESS
discharging a firearm in public and DEEP1T1! CHEK LINK $1299
cruelty to animals, according to o DRINKS SMOKED SAUSAGE
.IMIXERS
Deputy Jose DeBergalie and Gordon -\ MAYONNAISE
tacano shot '
and wounded a dog in allegedly the Lake Bed- r:.. CASE OF PALMETTO FARMS $1'91

ford area. He.was releanedaftec,8L' ,... ,. I t-L$100 2,4 $399, ,PIMENTO CHEESE. ..
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$1,000 surety. bond was posted + ).12-oz." ( '"":"'" 0B,1LS
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*>Jr aa ol. 320 .. at.. : 1;: G1tS
'Robert Earl Simmene4was a.-u li iZ i W=9::9iOP D $.299

rested Nov. 21 for failure to appearfor ,, .. HIUft . . IS
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trial for retail theft.Bond was!set ...'..'.... N- iii'
.t$1,300 he was released on his own 0
recognizance! (ROR). tiJ.t :. '. :':;q-
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Philip Lewis Lee, 25, of Lawte) "'" I 0 0
was arrested Nov.23 for retail theft, .( J6- I,
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according to Lt. P. T. Gorman. Lee
was seen placing a pack of cigarettes -" I
in his pocket then leave Winn ADC or ELECTRIC PERK CHOCO CHARM
Dixie without paying.He wa releas- ASTOR HOT COCOA ASTOR INSTANT LILAC DISH SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED

FIIP TroopersContinue COffEE MIX TEA MIX( DETERGENTtII


Vehicle Inspections License, $158 9gec $199 790

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Bradford CountyThe to-CT.PKG. 2:: 32-ox.
Florida
Highway Patrol will
be conducting driver license and If You Are Not
vehicle inspection checkpoints during "
the week of Nov.30 through Dec. Satisfied, Neither Are
I on SR-21 SR-100 SR-230
SIMS
SR-16 CR-18, CR-18, CR-21B. tcnr I We! We will replace
CR-225, CR-12SJ...CR-229, CR-231 : f
CR227221.,\,; and CR-100A tEpLN any item you are not
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In Bradford County, ...........'... ,;,'
The Florida Highway Patrol will .........' F CRACKIN OOOO I.0':Ooii':_ CKACKM OOOOTORTILLA pleased with or return
be conducting driver license and HONEYGRAHAMS
LILAC
vehicle inspection: checkpoints during your purchase price.SPREAD .
the week of Nov. DETERMENT DETER&ENT CHIPS
6 on SR-100, SR-121, SR-23241, ALL FLAVORS

CR-125 SR-238,, CR-231A.CRISK237.CR-24A; and CR-229 CR-, $138 $119 ,..1l.. -...

796A in Union County. 3.-of. 88C 18-01. ggo t 11..

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News Briefs, coin, a pickup truck and a Chrysler Starke police officer made. 24 arrests Bradford- Traffic John William Longfellow chargedwith fined $437.50. license suspended six
which belonged to Ford.This may be deputies made 11$ arrests, six Improper tag; dismissed. month, 50 hour community work,
by Carolyn Eaves the first forfeiture, to generate arrest were made by Florida Court FinalsThe Arthur Bruce Morris pled no contest attend DUI school,TrI County supervision
BCT Staff WriterStarke revenue for the department, according .- Highway Patrol troopers, two arrests following case received final DWLS; fined$120.25. one year.
to Major WTC. Reno. 'J. > were made by Lawtey PD,one disposition at arraignment or Charles Thomas Swyer pled no Cruger charged with careless
PD money goes into a special fund by the Brooker marshal, two by the change of plea in Bradford County contest driving under the Influence driving and open container(driver);
Reaps RewardIn designated for the use of any lawful chief at Hampton. Court Traffic Division Nov. 20 -(DUI \ fined $437.50 licensesuspended dismissed.i
purpose that in not In the budget of before Judge George H. Pierce. six months, attend DUI Jeffrey Joe Hill pled no contest
ForfeituresThe the police department, A total of 748 call were received school, 50 hours community service DUI; fined $700, license, suspended
Starke Police 102 Arrests by the dispatcher at the county jail. Henry Jones Jr. pled no contest Tri County Probation one year. MX months Tri County supervisionone
Department 821 call
recently netted were listed all mlscellenou, careless driving; fined $52, Trl Swyers charged with improper )' attend DUI school.
$7,000 from the sale ProcessedIn 68 were
felony investigation, seven tag dismissed. Slade with valid
no
of three vehicle County Probation 80 day* ; Kirk charged
seized during a October missing person*, 22 fire (struc pled contest Robert Eugene Thurman pled driver license present valid
no driving no ;
drug raid and
the arrest of Carlo ture/woods), 20 accident call, 24 wones (IDWLS contest violation driver licenserestrictions' license and dismiss.wilfulwanton .
Ford. e suspended );
the month of October 102 attaint at accident
During
and M calls were dismissed.
fined ;
Ford, 43, of Charles Court, a arrests were processed through the, burglarle $120.25.Jones James Alien Wood pled no contest Morgan reckless pledtin
pled contest ;
no
container
open
repeat offender, was arrested by Bradford County Jail, according to DUI, fined $437.50, license 50
(driverfined$52. suspended ed $43750, attend DUI school
police officers Nov. 19 1989. August Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge.The Larsen months, attend DUI school, Oliver
22, Sheriff deputies wrote even Karen R. pled guilty six 50 hour community work.
federal J1990 overnmentrforconspiracy misdemeanor arrest,Included 18 driving SO felony under,in-27 traffic citation, served 485 civil DWLS; dismissed. hours community service, Tri County charged with DUI. failed to drive in
to distribute and provided escort for 12 Larsen pled guilty unlawful speed Probation one year. correct container
crack cocaine. fluence and 9 driving while license funeral
The.forfeiture vale involved, a Lin- suspended. processions In October. (69mph/5Smph zone); fined $icm Leon Cruger pled no contest DUI; (driver); dismissedMisdemeanor


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Mary Elizabeth Fulghum pled no
contest retail theft; 60 days court
probation, letter of apology to Winn

Dixie Guy,cost Vaughn suspended Sherrer pled no con-
test trespass In closed managementarea
rcirk: i' ; ordered to stay out of ck.,',ed
management area, $52 court costs,
80 day court probation.
James Edward Evans pled no con
test trespass in closed managementarea
; stay out of closed manage-
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$52 court cost*.

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A ': ? \a court probation, violate no laws,

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;,,. PO R K theft Wanda; $52 court Jean costs.Glover pled guilty

.v retail theft; show proof of restitution -
bation.,costs waived,60 day court pro-

Robert Wyman O'Neal pled no
contest taking an antlered deer not
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length; pay Game and Fish Commission -
( LOIN \ $250 to replace deer.
( SLICED Clarence Dwayne Bowen pled no
contest retail theft; $52 court costs,
SEL J LB. FREE 60 day probation.Lillian .
> ) Jenkins pled no contest
possession of drug paraphernalia;
J R cost waived, Tri County Probationone
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Verdict Due Soon on New Hampton.... Water Grantby I

Marcia Good,,* in the works with a verdict expected 8 percent fee will amount to approximately changes on this scale wM need to be
$30,000.Council made during UM new grantCouncil
probably by mid-December
or early
IICT It'W WrHwA also told
second $375,000 grant for exten- January, said Judith J. Foxworth, members expressed con members Fox-
the confusion which worth allOIM problems left after
water lines to serve Hampton community development managerfor cern over
,
ding residents living on Nevarre Street is Clark, Roumelis & Associates, resulted during the last grant whs* the completion 01 the .last project
s. it was discovered that the town had which Sun Constuctlon needs to ad-
s Inc.Clark,Roumelis Is the firm which to buy a water tank. Numerous .......
will administer the grant, if It b changes were made to the construction Council Member Pete TLamaa
3,000 Attendfrom awarded, and is the same firm plans at that time and it was noted that one week after Sun Construction
which administered Hampton'sprevious decided to postpone taking water out had graded several roads
( page IB) Community Development Nevarre Street unW a later time. and spread grass seed in some
retirement gilt oT a miniature l Block Grant (CDBG). The new Although acknowledging that places, heavy rains had washed
j replica of the bronze statue in the grant, like the previous one, will be some changes will be made to any away the seed and caused some ditches
Memorial_Park. applied for under the category of project of this size several council to be blocked. He said several
II VJ -* LTC James F. Bloodworth (Ret.) neighborhood revitalization. members said they hoped that.no. areas.!need!, to be'banked' up.
0 is president of the Camp Blanding At the Nov.13 meeting,the Hampton
Museum & Historical Associates, council approved and signed ------
; the group whose membership is several documents which are required -
largely responsible for financing the by the state before the grant A j II
i memorial projects through dona-- application can be made. The 3096 Dress
lk I'LF HEART (, tions, fees,and In-kind documents had to be approved by 3096 0
AWAIi, services provided by Camp Blan- the council and sent to the Depart- &
vAli ding and the Department of Corrections. ment of Community Affairs (DCA) for' LE$$ (:*
before the Nov. 29 deadline. \s&
IACx
pi Lpi FMr Robert Hawk,of the State Armory Documenta approved included a jUO \ Ml West Can Street Starke
*n Board staff, is president of the plan for temporary or permanent ,% Off .
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Foundation Florida National, and Guard supervised Historical the relocation construction of any(required person displacedby mainly if Red Dot Merchandise) Saturday! ,'DeCember 1 thru
fi viper. planning of the museum. the includes
grant
refurbishing or 7,1990
0" 7, fnday ember
The beautifully crafted granite replacing housesit doesn't). :
memorials were the work of Ray GREAT
Other documents
r of Durban a World of Starke.War The II Infantryman bronze statue, the grant application approved itself and include IDBAS y SAVE AN'EXTRA 30% ON ANY ITEM

highlighting the memorial was by an agreement to have Clark, "- *
Enzo Porcellitti of St.Augustine. Roumelis oversee the project for the Permanently Reduced and Marked with Red Dots
Mat. General W. Stanford Smith standard 8 percent administrationcost 1.oM
(Ret) served as chairman of the (standard set by the state.)The 4 f CASH--CHARGE-LAYAWAY"
Dedication Planning Committee.
Camp Blanding was named for
Harry Hatcher Sr. and Larry Noegel (President of Starke General Albert H. Blanding, who
Rotary)watch Ray Durbin Durbin Memorials lower the top served as the National Bureau Chief
section of the Purple Heart Monument into position. of the Florida National Guard, and
Starke Rotary members contributed the money which as Florida's wartime coordinator In-of
civil Defense.His military career
sponsored this memorial with Mr. Hatcher being instrumental in cluded service on the Mexican *!
overseeing the project. Border and in France and Belgium
I IS
during World War II. As one of the > *
founders of the Florida Guard the

. Clean Chimney Means Safer Home naming well deserved of the camp tribute.in his honor wasa 'iH sni

Col. James Rogers is Pot Com
There's nothing like a warm recourse should the job prove manderj and LTC Kent Patelle is
crackling wood fire when there's a unsatisfactory. Coordinator.

nip in the air. Sit back relax mc______________..,__._..______.._....________u__ _-.. .... .,- .
watch the flames draw the chill ', "" '"' ''' i PL'
away from your bones. "'. :0T' : '
On the nip side; there's nothinglike ; \ .I.IE '
a creosote fuel! Probably the ',." ,, '. j
hottest burning, hardest to put out .AllJAU'
fire that can occur in the home. FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY AllBOOTS .
Creosote is a tar like substance .
made up of unburned wood particlesthat .
builds up in your chimney. If AABIE, Inc. is looking for several different ,

chimney you don't this regularly creosote can clean build your up styled homes that can be used by our In Stock :

until it completely blocks the marketing division to be photographedbefore
chimney. The heavier the buildupthe flr1OOff1OOEJ0V
In Stock
worse the fire. A solid sized ( and after) for our television
buildup of creosote can catch fire
from an upward traveling ember commercials. .
burn for just a few minutes and These homes can be wood, brick, block, 1 :
actually turn the bricks red from the 1 /
generated heat This intense heat stucco and also includes single and double

can around pass your through.chimney the and shielding actually, wide mobile homes. ._ _

catch your home on fire. AABIE, Inc. will use these commercials to IJ1V'
Nippy "weather has already ,
arrived in North Florida and many market our vinyl siding, eaves, overhangs, 'Wranglef

of us will be loading up that roofs, and window replacements.We '
fireplace.Before do should
you you
check into cleaning out your have experience in the home

chimney.If improvement industry since 1972 in Florida. Round
you use your fireplace
infrequently as most Floridians do, We are fully licensed and insured and offer

checkup you can and do with maybe an a cleaning annual visual every only the finest quality products and firstclass Bag Shavings Feeders AH '

two years. However an annual or workmanship. Shot Gun
even more regular cleanup would\ be For Horse Stalls 3 Piece $
in order for those of you who Shells 3box
continually'keep the fires burning'. AABIE INC. "
If you are a die hard do-it- $350 $12900' .
yourselfer you may want to clean FL State Cert. No. CC-C026484 bag In:Stock
your own chimney-at least once
anyway. (904) 645-5680

This is a tough job and you can orl-80O-628-O7O8 118M.Gled r
do it. Do not use tree limbs putty
knives taped to a stick,garden rakes 1000 sq. ft. of Wall Coveragefor Prkes
or other homemade implements to only 2,8&5/'7'l per :mo. .
clean it. Go to a hardware store, .
chimney store or even a tool rental (Insulation included ) DOG FOOD
store and invest in a set of chimney Total Tax Deductable Home Improvement Loan) : II .
brooms and brushes. The folks at .
the store can often help? out with FINANCING IS AVAILABLETo
.-'f$lllorQuote..
some sage advice that will save youa qualified buyers 2226 N. Temple Ave. 934-7871 V .
mess to clean up.
If you are cleaning your own
chimney be sure you seal off the Florida Federal
fireplace opening tightly-if you
don t;you will have a serious mess O 0 ,
on your hands. In case of a leak in
your sealing job it would also be !
prudent to cover any rugs, furnitureor
carpets near the fireplace with
plastic old newspapers,etc.

Do not use a vacuum cleaner to
pick up the debris that will pile up
In the fire area as you clean your 6 CDr2
chimney. This will not only spread MONTH CD MONTH CD 13 MONTH

dust and debris throughout the $500 Minimum To Open $500 Minimum To Open $500 Minimum To Open
house but the creosote will gum up
your machine and ruin it A brush,
.. a shovel a bucket and a steady hand V V
will do the job much better.If % %

professional you Chimney decide Sweep to hire bear a 260 .l 280 8 O.O"o

In mind that as in any profession, .
there are efficient, knowledgeable ., 0. '"
chimney sweeps and there areknuckleheads Annual Yield Annual Yield .}! Annual Ylekl
who aspire to become I : tf"
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good chimney sweeps or just don't ,.1 .'.\ ; ,
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For Dec. 15 'Rates tubjfct to change.SubftanOal pmolly for forty wHMrouol from CD.. .Th*efectlu. yield,ba.ed on"InUretttFDIC f mmntly:..eu.wplM .l.wd..... ..nph" ...dq osslv: ....year.


The council voted to set the town's ,.
Saturday Downtown Gainesville Gainesville/Oaks Mall Starke ,
annual Christmas party on
Dec. 15, at the town hall at 3 220 N. Main Street 6707 Newberry Road 395 Madison Street '
377-3344 331-2700 964-5000 Florida
P'Tbe council okayed budget total
of$300 for the Christmas party and Gainesville/University Keystone Heights Ocala '
the Christmas float to parade.be entered Council the Member Starke 3501 W. University Ave. Lawrence Blvd.: & 3033 S.W.:College Rd. Federal

Jane Hall was put In charge of both I 373-8482 qylva95 ay 237-7204 .
the party and lining up volunteer INSURED
beJp.OII the float.

The. Star Spangled. Banner whenIt .
wee lint puMtehed bore the title .. . ._ ''W''
The D.*JM.of Fort McHenry. ,






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November 29,IttlM 't_..TKLKKRAHIl.... ,___ TIMES MONITOR._ .SECTION., .. ,, __ page____,,_58't

Items;: interest Circus Tb PerformThe
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by Carolyn Earn ---
BCT Stall Writer / Buffalo Girls by Larry McMurty, lege each day from 12 noon until 3 1990 edition of American
First Man in Rome by Colleen Mc- p.m., Monday, Dec. 3 through Friday Showtime Circus U scheduling an
Starke SFCC Sets Culiough, Four Past Midnight by Dec.U. appearance In Starke next Thurs
Stephen Kina. Get to the Heart by You may register by calling day, December 6. Showtime is 7:30:
,Spring Registration, .Barbara Mandrel) Harvest by 064-5382 or 395-5850. p.m.at the National Guard Armory,
Regular registration *glns" next Belya Plain' Lady toss by Jackie The course i.sponsored by grant hosted by the Kids and Kops Foun-
week for the S-PriDlI881 Term at the Collins, Pilgrimage by James through Vocational Education and dation of Florida.An R
Andrews Center rt Santa,Fe,Community ,Michener, Plains of Passage by the Department of Health and advance telephone sales campaign
College in Stark. Jean Auel I, Spy Sinker by Len Rehabilitative. Servtcea. .to in progress in the area.TheshowTa .
Ticket.
Registration Dei&btoft. are 14.
for current student
to by appointment only December:3 Stop by the Libarary and check Give thanks traveling on 12 trucks .
and 4,with open registration the rest out the new book section. and trailers, and features 'Sir "t4
of the week.Students,will be able to Public Library James', the smallest trained horse r
register from 10 a.m.to 4 pm.dally, In the country today. He stands 25
with a &session from* Will Loan Cameras fiBUckle inches at the shoulder,smaller than
to a Thurs December .. For Holiday PicturesThe most of your own pet dogs.He is sure
New students. do sot need an ap' to dance, march, roll a barrel and
pointment. Bradford County Public walk on his hind legs. He will be
The Spring Semester begins Library will loan Polarlod cameras Up brought on by the American "'-
January 7 and runs to May*J* throughout the Christmas holidaysto Showtime_Dancers..._. __ 'I ..
In addition to basic classes. in help you capture precious It has circulated' millions ofpolitei'll B 1 lreVSPedestrian--
Math, English, Social Science andHumanities moments. share with loved ones. Bike rider Kenneth Sellers,
The So You of missing children for U received minor Injuries after he struck a
the schedule includes Impluse model comes complete parents and law enforcement agen- pedestrian Nov.23 on Call St.He was transported to Bradford Hospital by
large variety of classes in Business,, .with carryng case and instruc- cies throughout the country. It Paramedics Nelson Green and Curtis Crawford. Squad Five with Lt.
Accounting .' in Want To Jerry Waters also responded.The .
presents a program of child identification
Processing
cluding word Intro.,. The cameras were supplied to par- for all parents: a free pedestrian was struck as she was leaving the Telegraph, no injuries
D-Base ticipating public libraries .
and by
Spreadssheets.
Electronic were
Palmed Corporation as a community Be InPIctures photo, fingerprint and identificationcard. rejrted.A
Other classes of interest Include a service project. It distributes literature and
philosophy class in Ethics, Math for Please call the Library at 9644400 newsletters, to help combat the drug .. ..
Health Related Anatomy and for details. problem among children and pro- .. ..'-
vide information about child ..
the Physiology Real Estate; Nursing Course-Assistant required and for'a Starke SFCC Offers The Bradford County Economic molestation and other aids for .. i .. 4
salesman's license. Free Class Development Corporation has ben parents and children. ..."/

For more information,*please call On Finding Job designated as the"Official Film Li- _/ -- ... .. ... .. .
94-5382. Office" for Bradford County, tX"Y,
ason
...
Are you, a single parent, '
New Arrivals' homemaker, separated, divorced, according to Executive DirectorRay
At Public LibraryThe ? '' widowed unemployed orunderempfoyed7 Navitsky. The office will work directly Middleburg Medical Center
with the Florida Film Bureau. ,.
Bradford County Public A free class on How to Find a Job "This is the first step in becoming :, 3839 State Road 218 East
has the ,
following new
Library 1st being offered at Starke Andrews 'Camera stated ,
books: Center of Santa Fe Community Col- Navitsky.Ready''Camera certified.Ready' certifiedis (Across From Ravines)

almost the same program as the a Middleburg ,'
Blue Chip certification undertakenby :

the community several years ago. OPEN HOUSE
GAtJf ii The only difference is, this programis
: : S.,Walnut St. totally geared to the film industry. I t Dec. 8th 9AM -1 PM Saturday ';
l-Mart Shopping Plaza) Whether it's a commercial, documentary
IW or full length production, t You are invited to meet our physicians, therapists and staff, enjoy

fJOS community participation is impera- t refreshments and obtain educational materials.
ri 964-9174 tive.lt's a clean type of industry that
spends a great deal of money in a ,1,
community for lodging, technical
assistance,set construction,food.. 3s
the list goes on and on. s Tour Middleburg Rehabiliation Clinic for
Gators Seminoles We are at step one and we will be f BODY FAT Assessment and Fitness programs
moving forward with a community ......
assessment and presentation,a loca- Free Prostrate Screening For more information call Mon Fri. 9-5. ;:
tion inventory,support group inven- A 12 hour fast is recommended for
TJIte: Saturday tory and sanction of City and County 282-5474
cholesterol
testing.
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I Tornadoes Roll By v Tampa Catholic 38-14 For Regional Title I




A 38-14 win over Tampa Catholic T.Catholic received the opening; 9:43: showing and could not be BHS moved the football 53 yards to With the third quarter ending, the endzone. wingback was a .:
makes Bradford High, 11-0 now, the kick-off and big Willie Queen drove i started the rest of the game.i the Crusader 23 an first half drew to Tampa Catholic began to move the 20 yard run by Allen$
champions of Region I1-3A footballin for Sand 10 yards the first two playsof a close, but Jenkins missed to the football. Big Queen went 13 yards on Jenkins with a 15 yard penalty tacked -"
the state. the game. On first down Tornado i Bradford moved the football 33 left on a 33 yard field goal.The drive the draw play then RB Barry Clark onto it because Tampa Catholic, ". .
Tampa Catholic played Bradford linebacker Andy Goodowna shot; and 35 yards on its next two possessions included runs of 3,8. and 12 yards went 18 yards on the pitchout around had 12 men on the field. .
High close the first half,ending with through the middle of the Crusader and, plus a 48 yard Allen and a 31 yard spurt by QB Sheffieldto right end Tornado cornerback Linebacker Andy Goodowns in-
the score tied at 14. Coming on line and hit tailback Queen hard at Jenkins punt, backed the Crusadersto the 23.BHS Robert Nichols making the stop. Big tercepted a pass which bounced up.
strong In the second half, BHS held a the waist as Queen prepared to take their 18 yard line -as the second was to add the final 31 pointsof Jeyson Wilson then took the pitchout and out of the arms of Jeyson Wilson
large Crusader team to 59 yards off. The football squirted out of period rolled around. the game. around left end but the Tornadoes, at the Crusader 32 yard line. A IS
rushing and 69 passing. The Tor- Queen's hands and shot toward the wary of Wilson, got him down after yard personal foul penalty against
nadoes scored 24 unanswered points. BHS goal. Sophomore tackle But the Crusaders drove the foot- BUS Gets Stronger... three yards. Catholic pushed the football to the
Settling down, the Tornadoes Jonathan Ferguson pushed his man ball out, going 82 yards to score. The A second half team all season, the On second and seven QB Kevin Crusader 21.
dominated the second half, their aside and followed Goodowns into big plays were passes, another run Tornadoes got stronger in the second Dawson rolled to his left and tried to FB Hankerson ran 16 yards over I
superior talent, conditioning( and the Crusader backfield. Ferguson by Wilson for 45 yards on the half and took it to a tiring Tampa pass to Wilson in the flats, But Tory left tackle to the Crusader 4. On first I
strength and gang tackling. paying scooped up the loose football andheaded halfback pass and a 20 yard pass to a Catholic eleven. nado defensive end Wyatt Collins down sophomore RB Joe Gordon
off. toward the Tampa Catholic, back for the touchdown. Carnahan had QB Dawson by the feet and QB scored from four yards out.Jenkins'EP I
Dawson threw the short right kick BHS 3814.
I pass put up
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into the waiting arms of rover back .
Allen Jenkins, ending that Crusader I
1 threat. Bradford High 7 7 II 14 M
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1 14a BHS moved 8 yards in three plays, Tampa Catholic f 7 S 14

1f then Jenkins punted 38 yards, the BMI T.CO_" .j
f ,football rolling dead under good Tor- pint Downs '4' II 1
nado coverage at the Crusader 14 Ruining Yards 41-M7 lt-l4
Panutg Yards 14* ui
line.
yard .
Then Tampa Catholic went to the PC-PA-PI 5.7. 14-14-1
Punt 14) loll
air, completing 7 of 14 consecutive PumMoi-loot. H 1-1 -
passes. But rover back Julius PonilllMyardiM f-M
J Harden tackled big tight end Wilson Scoring Summaryi
v just short of a first down at the BHS I) Bradford Highwingback Julius Hard.14 '
it 23 yard line. T.Catholic had moved yard run. BPi Allan Jenkins, ".....Ttowi "i4m. .
r the football 63 yards. The Tampa 10.
C Catholic passes were to backs out of U Tampa CatholicSetback JyMH Wltaan,4f
the backfield into the flats after the yard run. _Plio... Carnahan,kick. 10)
ii- 'r.
S) Tampa CatholicWMa racalvar AadrewSM.1M.
wide receivers had to
gone deep ., 14 yard pus from OB Kovla Owioi.
force the BHS pass coverage deep. _Pi Carnahan kick.20.
..1..1f' ., l The passing yardage came on short 4) Bradford HIV,,- OB Hagd StMtftoM, SI
....... r..... '" :, 4. runs of 6,9, 15, 10, 6, and 3.5 yards yard. run. _Pi Jenkins,kick., ....
-' '..,..J after the pass receptions. I) .r.eIf.....-Allan Jwklno, ,17 yard HaM BMI,
Then BHS moved the football 80 Eorly.2Q.
QB Reggie Sheffield, No. 11 BCOOU around the end for a few of hi* QB Reggie Sheffield, No. 11 opens up for a S3 yard touchdown run. yards in four plays for the fifth Tor- 5) BradfordPB Robort HankanM Sus yard
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101 yards gained that day. nado TD. Fullback Robert Hankerson run. SPi Janklni' ,kick.M.
7) BradfordPS Robort Hankamn n yard
iced the win with a 32 yard burst run. BPi Janklnt, kick.Midway.4O.i .
over left tackle, then cutting outside ) Bradford- Ja*Oordon 4 yard. ....BPi
The bevy of BHS backs rushed 43 goal line just 20 yards away, but fell added the PAT. Tampa Catholic led Jason Lee returned the second outrun_the Crusader:!:_secondary to Janklra kick.' Late'0.
times for 307 yards through the big after two steps, but BHS had the 14-7 a third through the second half opening kick-off 43 yards to the
Tampa Catholic defensive wall, using football on the Crusader 20 yard line. period. Tornado 49.
both finesse and strength. The Fullback Robert Hankerson, who Tornado sophomore Jason Lee BHS moved 47 yards in 7 plays to
smaller but strong BHS offensiveline ran 13 times for 77 yards, 6.0 yards returned the Crusader kick-off 33 the Crusader 10 where Allen Jenkins
continually opened holes in the per carry, barely dented the yards to the Tornado 38 yard line, kicked a 27 yard field goal to put
big Crusader front wall. Catholic wall on first down. Then setting BUS up in good field position.QB BHS up 17-14.
The Big Red defense contributed Catholic drew an encroachment call, Reggie Sheffield, who ran for From the Crusader 31, big Queen
six big plays. Passes were in- putting the football at the Crusader 101 yards on 7 carries, a 12.1 yard went 6 yards over right tackle on
ercepted by Andy Goodowns and 15 yard line. On second down average turned the corner around first down, following his big linemen
Allen Jenkins. Two fumbles were wingback Julius Harden went over left end for over 6 yards on first: and running over Tornado tacklers.On .
-('covered by Jonathan Ferguson, left tackle on a 15 yard touchdownrun. down. FB Hankerson: looked like he second down Queen hit left tackle K'VJ-
ne caused by Andy Goodowns' Allen Jenkins kicked the extra got the first: down, but a measure for three yards but lost the football
ackle of the Crusader tailback point to put BHS up 7-0 with 9:43: remaining showed the footbal was half a yard among a host of Bradford tacklers.
Willie Queen and the other by a hostf in the first period. short at the BHS 48. Defensive tackle Jonathan Ferguson
) BUS linemen tackling Queen. Coach David Hurse called a saw the football on the ground and
Julius Harden made a fourth down Crusaders Move... quarterback sneak to get the first recovered his second fumble r j .
tackle of big Jeyson Wilson to pre- Following the massive right side down. But the Crusader linebacker Crusader 40 yard line. J
vent a Crusader first down at the of the Tampa Catholic offensive line, moved away from his inside posi- 4In seven plays BHS was again in : r
BHS 20.With. tailback McQueen hit off tackle tion. The quick QB Sheffield got the Crusader endzone. Big play wasa x
its huge offensive line, Tam three times for 10, 16, and 2 yards through the line and was never 23 yard pass play that covered t
pa Catholic could bend the Big Red from the powerI.On touched on a 52 yard TD run. The about 50 yards. QB Sheffield was _
defense in the second half, but never second down and eight yards to cornerback had a shot, but Sheffield chased deep but side-armed a high :::
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could break it. go, big safety Jeyson Wilson was went outside of him. Allen Jenkins arching floating pass whitjh TE ,
With touted tailback Willie Queen playing at the setback position and added the extra point and BUS had Goodowns waited for and took in. -
following the huge Tampa Catholic took a quick pitch from quarterbackKevin tied the game at 14-14 about two- Crusader saftey pushed Goodowns
linemen, the Crusaders rushed for Dawson and turned the corner thirds way through the second out of bounds at the Tampa Catholic '- "!:
194 yards, 135 in the first half. But around the right side of the BHS period.T.Catholic. 13 yard line. Running back Charles, :3 :1l -
BHS came on strong in the second defense and went 45 yards to score. got two first down as at wingback, ran for 3 and 8 yards !
half, obviously in better condition Big Wilson jumped over several Tor- big Queen ran for 11 and 5 yards,and over left tackle to the Crusader two
than the Tampa Catholic athletes. nado tacklers and broke other on 27 yard pass completion. But yard line. Then FB Hankerson hit ..", ....
The Crusaders could gain only 59" tackles on his way to paydirt. Sean tailback Queen was stopped by the Crusader wall twice and scored .
yards in the second !half as the BHS. .i Camahan kicked the extra point to linebacker,Joe Gordon, and othersfor on.the second attempt. After I -
defense gang tackled and shut down tie the game. The clock at Tampa a yard on a fourth down fry for.. a Jenkins' extra point kick, BHS'led'' Chorlef.Boy IVo.40, come bock|j >.4 ome nifty running arou .'IUI..1
Catholb Ends;after an ankle kept him the sideline for )I' hno1
ipraln on u"
the touted Cm a-v -ting attack. Jesuit High School had stopped with first: down. 24-14. m.
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SUN RENTALS 4, Tough, Quick Running Team I



Holiday / Is Book on Suwannee BulldogsI I



season/7r> .,1 f ;jK y'f' Suwannee High of Live Oak is

'I another physically tough and fast
\ running football team with a trapp-
: 2 + 2 ing offense, says Bradford Coach
David Hurse.: .
2 + 2 = SAVINGS FOR YOU "Live have Oak is the best football" teamwe'll
played, by far, says I
Coach Hurse. The Bulldogs come to
You Pay 2 Weeks Rent Memorial Stadium for a 7:30: p.m.
Section I-3A semi-final game in the
+ state play-offs. The winner of the I
Suwannee, 5-6, and Bradford, 11-0, -t
We Pay 2 Weeks Rent game will advance to the Dec. 7
state championship game againstthe

You Make No Other Payment Until Jan. 1991 between winner Fort of the Lauderdale Section II-3A Cardinal game yid f!+1, N wa

Simmons, 10-1, and Orlando Jones,

December is the month to try 101.Suwannee, which has won the
Class 3A state title the past three
years, will be a tough test for the -
Tornadoes, Coach Hurse believes.
RENT TO OWNWith Suwannee, 5-6, has won seven
games but had to forfeit three games
because of eligibilty rule violations. I
Suwannee kicked a 26 yard field goal I
with 14 seconds remaining to edge
SUN RENTALSBe Crestview 20-18 in a rain soaked ?r-
game that affected Crestview's Ii ,
passing game. A last second interception \.
of a Crestview pass was Charles Boy Na CO,continuees to do hit thing against Tampa c.tIaoUc.

Sure To Register To Win A Stereo returned for a TD,giving Live Oak a
26-18 win. Split end Is Chris Beasley, No. 1, QB Noda throws to FB NeJl oa No.
The Bulldog offensive line is big. 5-10, 165-11, and the main Bulldog 41, going deep out of the back 1.ld.
Drawing to be held Dec. 22, 1990TV'S Weights and heights listed are pass receiver. He mainly runs the He rolls) to his left and throws to split ,
estimates by Bradford coaches who hitch i patter, In which he goes receiver Beasley, No. 1.Suwannee ., '
have studied six Suwannee game backward a few steps and takes a ; ,
films. Coach Mike Pittman told the pass in the flat, then runs it out. (See !bush PI'u B) ."
STEREOS VCR'S APPLIANCES FURNITURENo Telegraph he doesn't keep up with Tabbed the best Bulldog offensive.
the weight and height of his players. lineman is weak side guard Joe Ben
Live Oak runs a variation of the Roberts No. 51, 6-3, 230-12, who is Uve Oak SeasonTaNahassee ..
wing-T offense used by the Tornadoes aggressive and physical. Big center 6.411
The fullback, Marcus Tony Branch, No. 50, 6-6, 250-11, anchors Lincoln 117 F
No Credit Chicks Ej'' T1 tyO ivery.va9p Nelson, No. 40, 5-9, 175-12, lines up the middle of the Bulldog of Quincy Shanks 39-13 F
.-r -t-r to behind the quarterback in the usual fen lve line. Weak side tackle is Hamilton County,Jasper 64-1 F ..
:. :' B ;Labur position. The running back, Billy Chris Blair, No. 79, 6-2, 225-11, who Mad son County 21-13
: Plummer, No.41,5-9. 170.10,is set in moves well and I is the nose guard on Tallahassee Rcfcards 104 .
No,Long Terra Obligation Friendly Service > the left halfback position. defense. Tallahassee Leon 1..-,7 L
The two share the running load, Waukull.High 20-3
though BUS scouts say Plummer is The strong, or tight end side of the Lakeland 17-28 L,,
the best runner. He Is fast, has the Bulldog line is composed of guard P.nyTaybrcounty 27-14
ability to make cuts and changes in Daryl Harrell, No. 61, 6-0, 200-12; .Columbia Crestview Hgh HighTornadoes 7-13 1.
: direction very quickly. FB Nelson is tackle Larry Rogers, No. 72, 5-11. 2 -18.
> '
rta.* 49* tabbed a hard, crafty runner with 195-12, and tight end James Harris Season :''
RC/1 v good speed. No. 2 6.2 205-12, who has good size 11-0 V, .
,iKenmora] FB Nelson (1,104 yards, 9 TD's) and hands and goes in motion-at WittwoodFemandlrie 244F
runs mostly up the middle and off times. .
tackle. Halfback Plummer, (1 187 Quarterback is Alex Noda, No. 14. Jaduonv-de Lee .33-0
yards, 13 TDS) runs the football{ on 5-10,165-11, who moves well and has Madison High 32-22.
the trap play up the middle: and is a strong arm. Noda can throw long Santa Fe high ,24-14 18-14
Green Cove Springs Starke Macclenny dangerous on the quick pitch. passes,has good protection from the Baker HighJackeonvlle io-r

Cove Plaza Wal-Mart Plaza 791 S. 6th St. Rd. The third Bulldog back Ralph Big Bulldog offensive line. Noda Paxon 42-14'
(St. 121) Lott, No. 7, 5-11,170-12, lines up as a throws best to the left, BHS scouts Bishop Kaony q' .......20
setback on the tight end side of the Qelneeville Eastslde ,. '
284-2892 '34-33.
((904) ((904) 964-9059 (904) 259-3949 offensive line or as a slot back on the say.Suwannee traps the opposing Interlachen High 27-41 i
.: split end side of the offensive line. tackles and runs to the tight end or Tampa .. ,3I-1.i ;
LoU has excellent speed and is slot side and also to the short side of .
WHY GO ANYWHERE ELSE? dangerous on the quick: pitch and asa the field.Both the Bulldog and
pass receiver on the O-route. tackles pull to .

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Career Shadowing Will Have Biggest Tbrnout Ever Dec. 4th & 5th

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I want to be a. That kind of on-the-jpb exposureis career goal or reevaluate same."
When you are 3 to 8 years old just what Bradford County High The project has grown steadily
and someone asks you 'what you Schools 'Career Shadowing Days' since 1987 when the Bradford
want to be when you grow up', its provides. This December 4th and County School Board and the
pretty easy to come up with an 5th over 200 Juniors from Bradford Bradford Chamber of Commerce
answer. Maybe what you re parentsare High School will depart for Various joined forces and issued a resolution
doing, or a fireman doctor businesses located from here to endorsing establishment of an

... movie star. Jacksonville to Gainesville. Once education-Business partnership
--- By the time you are 16 or 17 there, they will spend a day with the motto,
and a Junior in high school you working alongside professionalswho program'Partnership For Success". Thiscooperation
may have more precise ideas about daily perform the duties that between educational and
what you want to do for at least 8 the student is interested in. This business interests makes schedulingand
hours a day S days a week for the will help them to plan their futuro-
rest of your life. Some of those educational,and training needs."I implementing the program
) career goals may be based on a much more effective. "This
ta 1I more idealistic foundation, some believe we have set another partnership lets area businesses see
may be based on your actual naturalor record for student participation this "the obvious advantages of this
cultivated talents in that field, year" said Christy Reddish; an program. A better informed pool of
others may be haphazard and subjectto Occupational Specialist with students will make a more efficient
change with the wind. No matter Bradford/Union ,Vo-Tech and pool of employees and that in turn"
which formula applies to you and coordinator of this years will make a better community. S
.. r choice of "The Christy Reddish told the Telegraph.
.. your careers you would be 'Shadowing' program.
1 better served to get a real look at students are excited. This is not justa Educators nationwide are facing
i won. what that career involves. The day out of class. It's an 'an array of social financial and

Shirley Brrihun (left) of Starke lUnib next to her new Panasonic 19" Color TV presented to her by hours responsibilities the ,, opportunity to either reinforce your managerial problems. Forming ::
BIO Heavner(right) owner of Pep-O Food&CM More on Highway 901 In Starke. Approximately 10,000 unglamorous day-to-day duties. determination to achieve a particular closer ties with the business ;.e j
UekeU wen picked up during the two month time beginning the giveaway. All you had to do wat pick, upa community can and does provide 2-'
ticket each time you went Into Pep{).The winner had the choice of either a shotgun or the TV. Shirley assistance to strapped educational W

having overcome 10,000 to 1 odd. opted for the televblon. Pep-O I* now giving away 2 turkey each week "Light Up A Life" Tree in First Union Bank Lobby systems improve the and quality overall of education; tends for to
through New Yean. and It's
Drop by enter u eay a*picking up a ticket. -
the students. This 'Career

Deerf oot Shopping Center Will Visitors to the First Union Bank Stop by the First Union Bank lob helps Shadowing'students program to understand in particular how
lobby may want to take a moment to by to see the tree, one of five in the basic skills they are currently
look at the "Light Up a Life" tree, North Central Florida. Others are learning in school will come into
Have Traffic and perhaps have his or her name located in the Oaks Mall, play out in the work force and helps
Light By Christmas Gainesville, Keystone Heights City
placed on an ornament, signifying Chiefland to prepare them for the hard work
Hall, Wal-Mart Store, and
an interest in the work being done by
ahead that will make them valuable
Crescent City. The serves 11
the Hospice
of North Central
By Butter Rahn 1997,and the city must commit to an county wants the city to pay a Florida.Hospice area counties, including Bradfordand and efficient in their chosen career.NOW. .
aCT Staff Writer interest now it it wants to par- substantial hospital bill for an In- The Hospice U a state licensed,not Union.

Anita Rink, executive director for ticipate. mate arrested by the city and being for profit agency,a division of Santa ......'\ __ tIIiioiO.\ __.
the Chamber of Commerce, told Starke is a participant in the held in the local jail. Brown sold the Fe Health Care Systems that provides /.
( i .J.JN .Jf
Starke city council, Tuesday, Nov. original Stanton facility,which helpsin city has no obligation to pay the bill, care and support to terminally
20 that a traffic light may be installed holding down the cost of electricity since the man was arrested by city 111 people and their families
on US-301S..a' the Deerfoot Shop to Starke customers. police on a felony charge, not for throughout north central Florida. i
ping Center, before Christmas. Weldon said he has already violation of a city ordinance.The Admission to the facility is based on _
A traffic light at the busy Intersection returned the non-binding agree- City of Jacksonville has need rather than ability to pay, and I .e :
ment, raising Starke's interest from awarded a contract to build land-
was shown on the original Deer- a no one is turned away because of .
foot site plan, dated March, 1968, 1.5 megawatts to 6.5 megawatts.The fill on the Duval-Baker County line, race, religion, age, sex, ethnic _
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with the developer. Herman Maisel and has offered to accept solid waste background, handicap or ability to 111
and Co., financially responsible for. council Instructed Weldon to from Baker, Bradford and Union
its Installation., install) the city Christmas tree at Counties, for an estimated $15 per pay-The Hospice team- a medical i j iAi\ 2

Recently, Rick Collins, represen- Veteran's Memorial Park on East ton.Brown director, nurses, social workers, \
ting Collins-Shepherd Leasing and Call St., rather than on the city hall said Baker Commissioners counselors, home health aides .p
Property Management firm, told parking lot, it's former location in voted 4-1 to negotiate with Jackson clergy and specially trainedvolunteers t
Ms. Rink that the owners do not have prior years.Attorney. ville, since the estimated cost for the assists the patient to .
the estimated $75,000 required to In- Tri-County landfill is$3 -$40 per ton. live in a comfortable, pain controlled ..
stall the light. However, Tony Reports... Brown recommended the Starke manner at home. The team : ,
Brown, a major stockholder with the City Attorney Terence Brown held Commissioners review the offer, teaches both patient and family }1 BIG SAVINGS J
Herman Maisel Co., said the Infor- the second and final public hearingon since Starke residents generate 40 about the illness,what to expect and ON THE WORLD'S .f
mation is erroneous and plans for the Fair Housing Ordinance, percent of the solid waste in the how to deal with the limitations of
financing the light will be completedby passed in a 5-0 vote by city com- county. the illness. LEADING SAW CHAIN!
the end of the week. A follow-up misisoners. The revised ordinance Brown said the distance is about This is the third annual Hospice
letter will be sent to the Departmentof brings the city into compliance for the same, on a four-lane highway, "Light Up a Life" tree utilized in
Transportation (DOT) as soon as grant applications. and the offer has a potential for sav funding Hospice activities, giving 'I lJl On All
financing is complete.Ms. Attorney Brown reported the ings. local people an opportunity to con- 20 off
Rink thinks a light will be In- tribute to the on-going program. / ) Bars & Chains 21 21O
stalled soon, since John Collins, a Public Hearing Set On $110 Donations of $5 or $15 will get your
Department of Transportation name on an ornament for the tree, Large Selection in StockBRYAN'S
(DOT) spokesman,says DOT will install and give one a feeling of helping ;
a light and bill Maisel and Co. Proposed Special Assessment others. The "others" may be one's I
for the fixture, if Maisel doesn't own family ALL Saws 1a
move on the project by.the end of the By Butter Rohn, -t STARKE
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year. The State of Florida has set 10 301 South
a
aCT Staff Writ. +
Salelsdeoa
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gra.Wbamwrs3puucur 1 r..aBond :s mill On Sawyer's Gas
"Armed wltRa neWfegal opinion 6y cap. on.ad valorem taxes, but } 2'
TrustMJo: \jU -
\ Bradford commissioners
County
a new attorney retained after last :
Bill Weldon city operations year's special assessment fiasco, have traditionally stayed away from T
MELROSE
manager, gave the Bond Trustees county commissioners have set a raising millage to the maximum, Hardware And KEYSTONE HEIGHTS J
report in lieu of City Clerk Linda with some commissioners saying HiQ 21 North
public hearing Monday, Dec. 3, to I Highway 100 East
Wise, who was suffering with consider a 1991 version of a similar everyone should pay taxes, In- In ancient Russia It was believed Garden Centers 4734008 NexttoW 6rroceq)
laryngitis. tax, upped from $100 to $110. cluding those living in homes assessed that a skein of red wool wound 475-2400..
Weldon said the Bond Trustees In its regular mid-month meeting for$25,000 or less,the amount exempted about the arm and leg would 1
opened 9 bids received from vendors Wednesday, Nov. 21 commissioners by the "Homestead Law." ward off fevers.
for a "digger-derrick'! truck for setting said they will be able( to by pass the The $75 solid waste law has provisions -
I electrical poles, and recommended interlocal agreements with for exempting those persons
I acceptance. of the third munlcipalaties In the county that that cannot pay, but very few ex- tpooooftx>joijwg >
lowest bid.Weldon prevented the tax from being col- emptions have been approved.
said the vehicle he prefers lected in 1990. Current City Attorney Former Starke Councilman Bobby ] Gator Western WearHwy.
is a new unit available for im- Bill Bessent believes the county can Biggs says the state doesn't think 10 Purple
mediate delivery, .while delivery establish municipal service taxing muls is excessive or a hardship,
dates on. other were as much as six districts that puts pressure on the since the cap was set at that point,
months away. The unit exceeds four municipalities in the county to but lake front land owners say 301 South Starke 9644809Next
specifications Including a hydraulic either allow residents to be taxed or assessments of lake front property is *
bucket not Included j with other units. provide the services themselves. too high. Last year, lake front property ( Door to Gator II Farm Supply)
City Attorney Terence Brown told The 1991 proposal provides$65 per was routinely re-assessed,
commisisoners they can accept the month for jail : per based on current sales prices of lake
bid,based on its being a new vehicle, month for emergency medic ser' front properties. Lake front property Something For Everyone On Yo
Immediate availability and surpassing vices and $10 per month for fire pro- owners said their taxes doubled or
bid specifications. tection. Residents of towns having more.
Councilman Vernon Silcox movedto city fire departments will be exempt In the 1989 elections, voters' Christmas Gift List I
accept the bid and received from the$10 fire department tax. replaced two county commissioners __ __. -
unanimous support In a 5-0 vote. The $75 solid waste assessment, with opposition based on propose Abilene Laredo Nocona
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Boots Acme -
now in its fourth year will not be af- property values and -
Electrical Report... fected, thus special assessments will special assessemnts. One letter Belts Buckles Bolo Ties Blouses
Weldon reported a 5 percent in- increase to $210 per year for Brad- writer to The Telegraph expressed
crease in electricity consumed by ford County property owners, and an apparent wide spread opinion Hats Gun Cases Hunting Vests (Flannel Lined)
Starke customers in October 1990 likely will be passed on to residentsof when he wrote,"One down and threeto I*
Mountian
compared to October 1989. Although rental property. go. I* Jeans Lee, Levi, Rocky

,fuel costs were lower in 1989,the city Levi Jackets Posters Shirts Sweat Shirts
managed to hold the average cost of
produced and purchased electricity CHRISTMAS Ladies Sweaters and Wallets
,to point below! the 1989 cost by.0012 it 4 ,4
t*
per several!Reduction kwh.cOllt-cutting' in cost was procedures attained, In-by TREES If r[VIS ]) (O Lay-A-Ways Welcomekr

eluding more efficient operation that Cedar & Pine 7 to 12 feet $19.

reduced line IpiiII through up-grading 3 Miles North of Alachua
transmission lines, open access of
the natural gas pipeline, more coal Hwy 241 on N.W. 199 Ave.

"produced power- available, better Open 9 AM to Dark
match-up by the Power Broker of h ,

available capacity and an Increaseof Stephens Farm 1, 10t: ), :
the Import from Gainesville --,........ "
Regional Utilities. 62-3863
Weldon reported that the Stanton Louise Mandrell
generating facility is planning to bring v ,
.on a second generating unit inNov. r

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'83 FOUR WHEEL DRIVE SILVERADO: . H' .. . .... Itl' $ i .... 1:0.: '" ,, I 20S N. Temple Staike

Loaded with many extras $4800 YARD SALE 8 TILL ? Baby dothtl $.10 FEMALE AGE 30'S SEEKING OFFICE r
Please call 064-5647 after a p.m CORBETTS MOBILE HOMES Hwy 41 each adult dothes $.25 each. 3 1/2 POS Qualified In Acct's pyable & Cecelia Terwillegar
2 N. of Lake
City. 752-6221. New 3BR ml west on 100 (beside Pine Level receivable vehicle title work
V- payroll
1976 CHEVY MONTE CARLO door. 2BA dblwldes
8.Runs but needs work.$695 financing ((2tpd ck$198 4619)mo.) 4 plus nicerepos. Baptist Church) ((1 tpd r 7661)) and comp. entries Interested persons *HAVING PROBLEMS PINANgNO Worry no longer Let IM ot T..wllla.or
avail 964-8602 alter 8 p.m. PD12X70 7 PDMULTIFAMILY please FL.32091Dltpd O. Box Realty handle all your home financing. We can get you the lowest .Interest
2 EMP NEW MOON MOBILE HOME front YARD SALE 1 1/4 ml. 931.Starke. ( 7658)) rote, do all the necessary processing and all you nd. worry bout Is go*.
.50/1 SLTORANDAMWIld Coun- and rear awning. AC $4000. Call east on Bessent Rd off 230. Fri 8-5 11 PDROOMMATE tang your belongings packed The time It right.Why watt?Tr.*t yeurseM to
82 Ford 533-2474. ((3tpd) 4 and Sat. 81. Treadle sewing machine WANTED to share 3BR that beautiful new home you've always wanted. Call ui today end make cm
tryninggearandca erfor EMP .SALE( ) 7 'CHG house Lake Butler.Avail, now thru appointment to own a nw horn.
GARAGE Sat from 8 to 12 417 N.
indiv suspension. $200. Call Marty June 1991. Call alter 6pm. 496- DESIGNED FOR TODAY'S UnSTVUI 5.4 acre of beautiful 11eNI""leafed
964-6280 ext. 272 or 782-3966 after ; .'; Walnut SL Baby Fum toys,clothes, 1548. (Itchg) 11 CHG out In the This 3BV2V4BO home with
; r : country. over 2AOOsq.ft.1a |uet perfect
o'S O'N'[ tools&householdgoods((1tpdr7660))
( ) WANTED heelerwho
TFN one team roper can horn
630pm. 2 L".f5 for the dream you've always wanted. Not only doe n. have to
.. .. ,, .. 7 PD many
> catch. Contact Kim Griffls 964-7871,
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1983 FORD BRONCO. Needs engine :; : ; : has
) BIG 5 FAMILY YARD SALE Fri. 4 Sat 8 extras, but one of the nicest fish ponds stocked with "broom Bass,and
((1 Itpdr! 7666) 11 PD
repair. BO. 964-2664 after 5 p.m. LOST DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING. till ? Adult & Children's clothing,)jewelry WANTEDIIII Cars Trucks,running or not. channel catfish.What a dream to walk out your door and bring supper.ham
( ) 2 964-9422. Home househidpd In minutes Call today to make an appointment. ,
19774FOLD Runs Good. Antique finish yellow gold. Interiors s Earn extra X-mas money! 9645405. .
GRANADA. REWARD if returned (llchg) lots of misc. 1st Rd South of Trail (Itchg) 11 CHG RENTAL Nice 2BR/IBa duplex at Klnasley Lake Call today for delude.
$399 EMP 964-8602. 2 5 CHG Res I in Lawtey.Look tor signs((1lchg) This won't last long I
7 CHG SILVER LAKE Adorable brick hem. 2BR, ISA. deck beautiful
view.
73 DODGE 1/2 ton$400 or trade Recent ANIMALS'& YARD SALE Fri.Sat& Sun 9WI4. 104 : :FORt'SALE': ; 59500.
valve ,.. ,
964-5405(1tchg)2( ) .
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CHG s upright freezer$1 5O.2 yrs old Lots of I, q '".".. .' .". -'''.'''. ... .. *GREAT RENTAL INVESTMENT 3-story tram apartment building located'
1979 DODGE CARGO VAN 6 cyl.. AT. misc. things 614 Lake St Starke. on Cherry St. Stays rented but owner wants to sell and......Good"Income
PB, PS. $500 964-4284. ((2tpd ckHUNTERS BIRDS- Cockatiels. Love Birds, &: ((1tpd r 7560)) 07 CHG FRESH C ALICIA HAY IN ROLL.Mulch property. Call today!
) Cockatoo's- hole for Christmas$2Oto$150.7823781evenings. HOME INTERIOR SCRATCH ft DENT for landscaping 7823140. tin *EXCITING CONTEMPORARY BRICK HOME IN THE COUNTRY clUBs 3BR.>Vt
SPECIALD1981 Chevy G-30 ((11/ SALE. Sat only 9 till 3 p m. Held by 12HANDI Bath double fireplace, beautiful tile, carpet. CHBA w/double carport
Van $600 Call 533.2203 for details 124tpdck2524)) 6 Lucia Desue,Brownlee Rd., Pleasant HOUSE PORTABLE buildings. garage, GORGEOUS manicured lawn with In-ground pool. It's 0 wonderful
(Itchg) 2 HORSE t FOR SALE 7yr old Bay Golding. Grove 964-6451 (Itpdr 7663)) storage buildings, green neighborhood to raise your kids!
2-4oor.$4200. $450. 7823281. ((3tchg) 6 7 PD hou.... NO DOWN PAYMENT. Hwy
84 GT CELICA TOYOTA X-MAS OPEN HOUSE. Sat. horn 1 to 5. *START RIGHT MEREi Thlsfauely 3BR fiwe home In the city limits would b*
964-6530. ((1tpd) 2 CHGCHILD'S 301 South 964-8848 TFN12X21 for o4j pH/J.. gjUl condition.This won't lest
PD PONY gentle, excell. w/ kids. Home interior ft gifts tor everyone. 3 12 perfect |lust stag jj long at
loaded Great Christmas gift $300 firm. 964- ml down Ref 25.Wits*house on CARPORT $990.NO DOWN this low, low prlcJT"it
1979 FORD BRONCO XLTFully ,
30 LAWTEYt We have 30 that be broken
rl 782-1356. 7 ACRES IN acres can up Into
5311. 6 CHG (1Ic1:> )
Must $4850. Call ((2tchg) g PAYMENT.Handi House portable
see to appredate.
4814320. 2 IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS.Teddy Bear CHGESTATE buildings Hwy 301 South Starka 964- 10-acre tracks, or |lust about any way you would Ilk.*. Owner financed
ltpd r 7561))
PD ( Hamsters A variety of colors, ages, SALE Sat ft &.I. Al kinds of 8848 TFN 12 it CHEAP CHEAP. CHEAP, ACRE LOTS IN KEYSTONI TheM lots hew*
and sexes.$2 each.Limited time.Call odds Sends.2 BR suits.dstos.tvgrm! 4X8X7 PLYWOOD CONTAINERS for beautiful oaks lots of shod trees, |lust waiting" to build your dream .ham

Commerciai Dan 782-3507. ((31pd ck 582)) suit,etc.Se 3011'1 St.GrtfSs loop.964- sala Used exterior plywood for sale on.
property 6 PD 2307. ((1tcKo 7 CHG 782.1543. TFN 12 *TWENTY ACRUiAs XMASI Baby Afrlcsn pigmy goats.weanedby 2 FAMILY YARD SALE Sat torn 9 sill 3. GAS COOK STOVE. Good condo $75. xtras. Make an otto?toMef I *'
Deo. 1st. Perfect for Christmas. N. Adams St. bernnd Ele ,. school in Call 964-6646. 12 EMP *YOU MOVE ITs 2B Mobil horn*. Must sell Immediately I

FOR LEASE: 1.000 sq.ft and 2,000 sq.ft Diamond E Ranch Stock $50 each LaYl1ey.Chichn..do6i....,ays.bokea.lIroler CLEARANCE SALE 13 1990 models left *HURRY I LOOK LOTS REDUCED lots on Parker Street and Wilson. Road
301 South, Southpoint Plaza. 964- 964-8504, near Bradford-Union A more es: 782-1259. Like Drastlcallymduoedprices.Select from have been reduced. Call today for mar details.
8848 or 473-3627. TFN 3 County line on Rd 229. ((3tchg) new refng.a SloW Unond"Ij64.7219alter sglwidetodblwide at our lowest prices *BRICK HOME ON MIMOSA DR. This 3 BR.2BA, CH/A ham ho lust boon
6 CHGBOARDING 6 p.m llchg) 07 ever.Call North Florida Housing 904- REDUCED for quick sal..We must sell this horn located In ore of KM f"-t
FOR LEASE: 1,000 sqft and 2.000 LARGE In or out runs. Individual CHG 7555207. 12 CHG neighborhood. In town Call today. Don't delay.You'll be sorry to mis such
2 FAMILY YARD SALE Household
,baby
ftTFN 3 care. Bathing, dipping, groom FLEETWOOD Deluxe dblewlde LR. GREAT DEALIIILAKEWOOD I
sq ing by master groomer. 964- items, fum. etc. Sat from 8 dl 12. den 3BR 2BA only $208 mo. fixed. a
FORMER CONVENIENCE STORE at + ESTATES Two 1 acre lots side by side buy an* or both.
1221 Johns Dr. Rain
comer W. Madison a Orange Sts 9560.(Itpdr 7662)) 6 Saratoga Hgts No money down for landowners. Call Wonderful location.
PD or shine ((1tpd) 7 PD CHG
Approx. 1500 sq ft. Bldg wample 3 YR. OLD REGISTERED QUARTER- IF YOU CANT COME. SEND SOME- 604-755-5207. 12 *2-ACRES ON Ii WEST Beautiful location fantastic neighborhood. Nice
parking. $850 mo 2 yrs. plus taxes HORSE gelding. 15 hand started BODY! 9 till? Fri. A Sat Inside. Rain DBLEWIDE NEW 1991 DESTINY w/ place to raise your children
Forinfo call Bill Greene 904-222-7500. roping Knows games, good trail or shine. Boys clothes, 3 yr-6 yr.. shingle roof wood siding ff refrig. 10 *10 ACRES ON 16 EASTi Great farm landor wonderful new home. sit*.
3NEW horse. No bad habits. $1500. 964- Toys tools camp. stoves, ladies yr. floor system guaranteed. House Make appointment now.
7512 or 964-6280 ext 273. (Itchg) clothes,Xmas tree om., lots of misc. type door. Setup & delivered for only .TWO 1 ACRE LOTS IN COUNTRY dUBi Beautifully located one of th*beet.
MOBILE i HOMES 6 CHG IF YOU NEED IT WE HAVE IT! 385 169mo.Call FlrstCoast Mobile Homes neighborhoods and friendliest people you could meet. Call today and .Isle

::' :JFORSALE; ::; ONE DOG TOO MANYII For sale AKC Alton Rd. Across from Madison St today 9047521452. ((2tchg) get that new home started.
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12 CHGSINGL.EWIDES
reg. Black & Tan Bloodhound. Full Baptist Church. ((1tpd r 7669))
well trained. Call 9645647. 7 PD new Fleetwood ft
24 WIDE. Set up a Delivered on grown EMP LARGE YARD SALE Fri& Sat from 8 till? Destiny's have been drastically reduced Anne Terwillegar Brown Sandra Terwillegar

your lot. $15,995 or$190.59 per mo FREE TO GOOD HOME Great Cat- 3 10 N. Water Street (Itpd r 7670)) at starting prices of$6995 set 473-7541 994-4003
Call 1-755-5114 Circle B Homes, Very young, indoor/outdoor, housebroken 7 PDYARDCRAFT up & delivered. Call First Coast Mobile
Lake City. 4 well behaved B/W female. SALE.Country rabbits.Xmas Homes today. 9047521452.
BANK REPOS. Save thousands. Poor 964-4288 ((2tpd r 7674)) 6 gifts and decorations. Restored SEASONED( ) FIREWOOD HOload ,
credit or very little credit needed. We PDFREE antique trunk,antiques-Moos let-Much OAK
can Help call. Call 1-755-5114.CircleB PUPPIES, mixed breed 12 wks more.Fri-&Sat Nov 30-Dec.1 from $65.964-5624 or 9644287. ((2tpd)

Homes. Lake City 4 old. 782-3649 after 6pm. (Itchg) 8 till ? 964-6813 411 Alton Rd. Two 12 PD ..
LGE QTY OF METAL ROOFING.
6 CHG blocks behind Madison St. Baptist Ap-
4 R!?BIG 1990 28x70 w/plywoodfloords, ,. .Church. ((1tpd R 7672)) 7GARAGE prox 50 sheets 4 Ige.turbines all for

".'.".'?:Wood siding shingle roof;plus free 'YARD, 'SALES ,PD ,$150.:964-2796... '(2tpd' ck 225)) ,.w..., "
delivery A set-up $282.20 per mo. :. I SALE Country Club Area Out 12PD t iuiuu' : SEIJltl'ItEG .4yTRQEnuolsg Ira
rail 1-755-5114 Circle B Homes, SR 230. cross dole bridge follow XMASI Baby African pigmy goats,weanedby ; .. '. .,. _.. ; :

Lake City. 4 YARD SALE Fri a Sat from 8 to 5 428 S. signs. Fri & Sat from 8 till 5. ((1tpd r Diamond Dec. 1st.E Ranch Perfect Stock for Christmas$50 each Minimum Qualifications: Fl. Licensure as a Professional I
MUST SELL) We have built new home Thompson St Little bit of everything. 7671)7) PD
and must novel! 12x55 Mobile Home ((1tpd ) 7 PD SAT. ONLY from 8 till 4:30. Edwards Rd 964-8504 near Bradford-Union Nurse and one year experience.
1980. 2BR, 1 BA.CH4A, Well from 301 3 mi.on left. Bikes, scooter County line on Rd 229. ((3tchg)
pumpa YARD SALE Saturday from 8 to 5.Clothes, 12 CHG Salary: Based on credentials and experience negotiable up
Included.. Must be toys, misc. (Itchg) 7
power pole dishes etc. Wilson Rd. near 230A.
moved. Now only $5200 OBO. or 964-5479. (Itpd r 7659) 7 CHG TWO PROM DRESSES,.full length, size to $30,000 annually. (Benefit package worth over$8,000)
7. $100 ea. Call 964 9582. (Itchg)
take over payments of 160mo.Great PDYard ODDS & ENDS cleaning shed Hope to
for starter home or 2nd home! Call Sale hundreds of items.This see you! Fri &Sat 1221 Bradford St. 12 CHG CORRECTIONAL MEDICAL TECHNICIAN-CERT
783-3634TFN 4 (Itchg) 7 CHG X-MAS FORMALS FOR SALE. Purple
2 BR TRAILER for lease or sale, at city Saturday, 8am Hwy 325. 3 miles HOUSEHOLD ITEMS clothes, quilts, metallic, size 5 & pink size 11/12. Minimum Qualifications: Fl. Licensure as a Practical
limit mark 9646374. ((2tchg) from Hampton. ITPD tools etc. Thurs, Fri & Sat from 8 till Wedding gown size 11/12 also Call
Nurse. based credenteals and
Salary on experience.
964-2468. 12
4 CHG ____ 71222 Bradford St (Itchg) ((1 tpd r 7548))
7 CHG PD rCHRISTMASTREES4ft$1. Salary: Negotiable to $18.700 annually. (Benefit
SAT. from 8 till ? CR 229 2 mi. past Vo- 5ft-$15 worth $5,000)
tech. Across from Pleasant Grove 6 ft $20. 964-6921 Novak of Fair- package over
Meth. Church. (Itchg) 7 DECORATE( ) 12 CHG Successful candidate will be eligible for all FL Career

CHG TREES Japanese Black Service :Benefits including State Contributions to Health
3 FAMILY YARD SALE Sat..3 1/2 ml. out Pine: 111-$15.11/2 ft-$20,21t-$3O.
hwy 3251n Hampton. 1976 Van 1979 Virginia Pine: 21t.$8, 31t-$12.41t- Insurance and Retirement, 13 paid Vacation Days, 10 paid

Malibu, clothes knik knaks dishes $15.964-8921. Novak of Fairbanks. Sick Days 10 paid Holidays, Deferred: Compensation Pay,
campertops & misc. ((1tpd r 7562)) ((3tchg) 12 CHG CEU's & In-service Training.
PD 25COLOR RCA CONSOLE TV and
7
console stereo turntable,radio a tape Send completed Fl. State Application\ to: R. Nate Holton.

deck. Excel l. condo 9646573. (Itchg) ''Personnel Manager New River Correctional Institution
Real :Estate. : REMODELED COMPLETELY ,

/' 'Out 'OfArea I sglwlde. 2 BR, 1 BA, CHA FURN.$4000 Post Office Box 333 Raiford' Florida 32083 or Phone

cash. 496-2356. ((1tpd ck:3025)) (904) 964-4000 ext. 537.
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?! OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: wooded 12 PDTELEPHONE _
lots, river access. $5950 each. No a TELEGRAPH POLES Preference shall be.given to veterans & certain spouses of

CaUALHOUSAJt money down. $71.41 month. Owner. 25 ft to 30 ft Uke New. $18 per pole. veterans EOE M/F

1-236-4579 or 1-622-2438. TFN 782-3253, 782-3310 7823978._
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Located Hwy. 301. 2 Blocks South of CR 100 221 Lafayette St... Thinking of buying orSTAMOtPL

wRc .Accelerated Realty inc.
Evenings & Weekends .
*HATE THAT LONG DtlVET M.H.clot to RMC with 2.23 acres 13290DONT

MISS THIS ONEi Price reduced. Owner must sell soon I 4BR 23A n'90 In y8t14 a 1a

town. d629 I Your Full Service) Ral Estate Office
123-90 964-4544
*NICE BUILDING LOT! 210x125, priced at 7500. '
.TERRIFIC VA ASSUMAMJi Can't beet this on.I 3BR 28 A. 148-90 a
*30 ACRES and a beautiful 4BR 2BA house.Mutt a..1! 150-90 Hwy. Sot S. ,
*ONLY SM.iOOl for this 38R 2BA. Excellent condo 169.90 David t.,Dedgev MSA, CFI' .* ; Luelllv (X Spry
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*COMMERCIAL PROPERTVi 2500 sq.H home on 22 acres N. of Lowley. FtorH St t*Certified .
1400 ft.frontage on 301.All cleared a filled.Zoning and site plan approved for

RV park on 11 acres Call for details! 181-90 Chflrlem'Flynn'Owner ./ s "tot'Acreae "'13tem.t '
*KEYSTONE iEAUTIFUt CEOAR AND MICK HOMEl lakevlew with deeded Censultatienr '
lake access. Incr.dlbl.vdwl I 163-90 By Apisolntmcnt; a vFarras"vCommertbl: a
*NO DOWNPAYMENT-NO PROBLEM Owner financing on this 3BR P1.BA '
brick ha.....Call todayl 60-90 a ('.REDUCED /New ...",3$a'Brick, Stove, ..,.., Dldvwesherl' ; ;CH/A. Sun*
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*you'll NEVER III PRICES LOWIRl We have several lakefront homes In I Deckn2240 SF. Garage Well I Septic, : 1 Ac., $73,000.
Keydone city limits. Priced for quick sal.Now Is the time to buy I 11 173.90, ,sin ACRES IN THI COUNTRY A-F_. CB / -' hint Stucco.
174-90 150 1 13BR/2BA. CHftA' Fireplace. Family Room Snack Bar, laundry Beet. aLAN

*THIS IS THE HOMI FOR YOUr a 4BR 2BA 2 story home on 10 ocr...Call for Finance 110x16 OICAPPIIDdCORNER LOTS351/2A'.OlIO.
details. 154-90 Ox5OBarn, Well CB Home Large Family. loom

*NICI BUILDING LOT IN THE CITY 130x150 all cleared. Ready to build. 171-90, and septic. South a w/Adjolnlng Screened Porth.'OUA, Range. ReM I Dlehwesher. IBM

*LAKI BUTLER Approx. 2800 sq.H. brick veneer. 48R 2BA over \ acre. In- U.S. 301 SF, $",000. : .
I 3BR/2BA .
175-90 ON THI WATER Norwegian Brick Living Dining. Family
this I a
Caharra.You must
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ground pool
Rooms, CHftA 2310 SF Porches 2.B Acres, 17.000.
tkHOUSI B BUSINESS ON 7V4 ACRES Hwy 301 frontage. Call for an .IM DW MOBILE HOMI Like new total elec. over 1 acre.
I PEACEFUL 3BR/2BA Wan ft Septic t Ac..
oQUIn t Two-Story Home
COUNTRY LIVING .
Inspection' 164-90 Brick "/2. CHBA. 20OO, 9 acres, pool.
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.SAMPSON LAKEs Nice remodeled dblwlde on 1 1/34 acre, 100'on lake, nice DOUBLEWIDEi New appliances on 3 acres Excellent for hones B kid. $40.000. '
MAKE AN OFFERI. 2BR/IBA, '-. Screened Porches, 14x16 UNIty
151-90 *30 ACRO NORTH OF LAWTIYI Owner will consider
financing.
long dock screen porch workshop. Septic, Large Lot} -
HWY 110 acres. CONVENIENT TO STARKEi CB, 3/2. CHI A, FPL 1352 ft.. Ig. work shop I el ACRESIIN THE COUNTRY 3BR/7BA Doubl.wide MH CHftA. Sieve A a
*CHERRY STREET 2 story 4BR 2BA, new roof. Has 8 rooms, 2 1M II...Versatile *INCREDIBLE BUY Brick 4/2. CH.... 1946 ft. New roof only SS5.000. Refrl $40,000.WALNUT .' .
bldg. 14490BROOKER .*'.AMlI/1In Starke, fenced bock yard $10,000.
d .* ROADi 3BR 2BA on IVi acre, assumable mtg. by qualifying. .COUNTRY HOME ON*ACRES 3/2 great room wood Slav,over 1500 sq ft. a COERMIRCALPROPIRTYs 1
.SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Call for details. 129.90 -.BROOKER AREAl NICE. NICE! DW 3/2 with lots of extras I 1/2 acres fenced. STRUTl Two Building.. Suitable. for Smell Business.Peeled err
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GOLFVIfW LOTS Wooded Owner will finance. 128-90 EXCELLENT LOCATION walk to everything, CB, 1200 sq. ft. 3/1. CH/A. a
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I HWY 301 SOUTHi 200 Ft ef Wereheuee. .. B
CONNIRIY HSTATESiBrlck 3/2 on I acre, Immoc. eond.. landscaped yd. on Highway. Plenty .. .
I *CONVENIENT FENCED YARD. 2 lit, 1 BA. Inexpensive. living HWY Ml NORTHt Salvage Yard with $ $R/1 IA CB "-. SW MeUU..
Home, 40x60 Auto Repair Shop. 3 Septic Tanks B 4 Webs. *Acre.
Call One of Our Professionally "BEST AREA Stake Brick. Over 2000 sf. double garage on 2 large lots. a a
|,.-EAST CALL STREETi Of Ice BWg. Far Rent or Lean,
*LAKEFRONTs Fish I Swim.Wend cottage Fum. Sandy beach.
Trained Staff Today. .964-5069 NATIONALLY KNOWN ELECTRONICS BUSINESS For Sale to Qualified Buyer a SEUCTtP PRO ERT.S

After Hours Call These Realtors .LAWTEY ARIA Spacious older home. 3/2 Owner financed. |1_.4* ACRESt Can be purchased In 2O-Acre Tracts New Lew***. ,
n .NON QUALIFYING Assumable mtg. 3/1. In town. S34.0OO. T:B ACRES Frontage cm Hwy 229.I .
Irene Faulkner. 964-5142 *./1 BRICK. EXCELLENT AREA over MOO1, fenced yard. CH/A. !I HOME WOO. LOTS Hwy I*W. CIty Wafer I ......, Owner tasmdnauHOME /

e Darlene Godwin. 468-2503 .FARM HOUSE B BARNS on 3 oc.Good area.Close to Stark.. REDUCED BLDO. LOTS Shady Oaks $/D. Brooker.FOUR .
964.9040 .CRYSTAL LAKE HOMllm.3 IICHI A, 1300 SF. oc. REDUCED S-ACRR TRACTS Breaker, Hwy. Frontage. Ownar Fbtendnft.. .
Warren 64'JVoodT'Ryder. *US SOUTHi Large triple wide 3/2 On ".5 plus oc. Close In I i I THRU I-ACRE RIVERFRONT LOTSi Breaker, Owner Ftnendnf.. .; 1

' e Thomas (Tom) Grots. .'. 964-6786 .LAWTEY AREA Nice 3SR, I 1/21A. 4 sep. sense!., all on I acre IVININOSaPage

I Jenny Mann. 468-2502 .BUILDING LOTS IN STARKE AND COUNTRY CLUB ARRAi Ac...... a Wayne Oewgtef 96 'U'* BM Bald .' cV4lMO ,
Mgr. .WATERFRONT Crosby take Canal, large DW S34.000 owner finance. 7 em, 44UA
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WATERBED Includes Mater 150% NEED EXTRA INCOME? Be an Avon HOUSE FOR SALE 8 rm* and 3 acres of dr....,. 1900-1930.ro. $850. 6592691. lot. $375/mo.. first end last mos. lots. Owner will
wavelet mattress, padded rail. representative tor Information cad land 30000. Has 2 bam alto. Call 11-21-29,0003352.. deposit. 18675373. 2tchgll-291262BR2IA.MH finance. Almost any terms. Betw.enBernice
Road and Becker Road. Write"Joy"
$200. 884-0644. (itpd r 7684)) Ramona at 782-3068. (pd ck 151) 782-3373. TFN 18 with CH/A deposit re
12 17401 Oriole Road Ft. ,
PD' Myers
j 15 PDHOSPITAL
NICE LARGE HOME 8 room A bath forowner. quired. 4739470. Itpdl 1-29,0003379
NOTICE Florida call 3-367-3051.
33912
OUT OF BUSINESS SALE. All lumber JOBS GENEVA or
tart LAKE
$6.80/hr..your 3 turn. apt*. for rental now EST.-3BR/2BA. detached
10% off. A" mdee In store It 20-75% area. Noexp. necessary. For Info call being rented.Can be bought for small 2-cor gorogo, SSlO/mo. Call 4752306. 4t1 l-I 5.21.29126,0007327HIGHRIDGE
off. Open Sat Dee. 1 from t tW 2.7 1-900-226-93B9. eIll.171111.8am. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b*submitted >>- I tchgl 1-29 -Estat.s. Wood dry lot very
and will
equity assume mtg. Buyer to the Lake Monitor ot- close to main road Yale
ml. S. of Starke R.glon paved (on
on 301. 488-2624. 8pm,7 day$12.95 phone lee.NEED MELROSS AREA-2BR Mobllehome 1
on
have to be qualified.964-2796.(/2tpd
j Stephen Smith Lumber A Trustwor- 15 ck 225) 18 PD lice In writing and paid In advance acre. $50/week, $100 deposit. Street) $1300 aba. 1.264.7997.l .

thy BIda, SUpply. ((11pd| ;ck418 ) EXPERIENCED. LICENSED 42.800 3 YR. New 2br 1 1/2 bo CB. brick unless with this credit office.MONITOR .Is already established 1-684-6634 or 4753497. tpd 1-21,0003348
1 iJD
REAL ESTATE SALES PERSON. 4tchg11-29/12-15
front Ha all home.
great
16 TON WOOD SPUTTER $950. Call Must have time and Initiative to work Must see garage.831 Cyprev (Itpd r 7658)) RESPONSIBLE STAFF FOR CANNOT MISTAKES BE HELD IN HOUSE IN-Melrose.' 2BR and large den FOUNDGOLD
i;: 533-2474. (3tpd) 12CURTIS and desire IB make above average 18 PD CLASSIFIEDS could be 3rd BR. 1'h BA. Nice
WHEN TAKEN OVER
..' EMP earning Broker will furnish tome AD IS neighborhood CHARM-Found at Chevron station
2 BR COUNTRY HOME on 1 acre. Ige THE TELEPHONE. paved street cable,
PECANS. Un hd.964-7898. lead and share 16 yrs of knowledge Ivgrm sitting rm w/ lovely fireplace./ Classified deadline lak. for swimming. Master BR has Picture of young, blond girl and baby.
:'j 0 *9> 12 CHG and xper. Ralph Bryan Realty 964- Screened porch. 29000. Call 964- li 11:00 m. Tuesday walk-In closet. Center H/A. Kitchen Call Monltor-473-2210.
to
,82RV.: Dodge Chassis. Low 8879. tFN prior Thursdays publication.
miles. 20 15 equipped.
8827. CHG large shady yard. Available
(4tchg) 18 Minimum charge li $3.50 lor 15 words,
GEESE for sale. all or part 964-7180. ATTENTION RN'S LPN'S. male A then December 1. $400 per month Includes CARS/RV
PD female. Immediate work nursing ... .. IS cents for each additional word. garbage collection and
MCS1 FREESTYLE 'n> ,,' "" '"If''''' '.,." ,.. II bills or. mailed out. there will be a water. Call
I BIKES. Cost over home, correction, hospital RN1 'A' Fran at 475-1678 lor appointment to
$500.aakIng$250.Soool8r$35.Hutch $ 4-$23 per hr.. LPN'a? '4'5 per (U ., ,B $3.00 billing charge. see. 3tchg l 121.2912.6 IMS TOYOTA-21 ft. Mlnl-Crulser. Sell-.
contained.
: Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171 Must sell904.475.2680.
racing BMX bike $275. 9644213. hr. Interview Day Inn Stark 9-3
Itchg) 12 Deo. 5.1-800-456-9882 schedule. Keystone Hit.. FL 32656 ANIMALSBEAGLE 2tpd11-29-12-6.0003383
(
CHG to
WANT TO DRINK' ,THATS YOUR BUSINESS 81 CHEVY CAMARO-V6. AC PS. Good
.... .... ... ... appt 15TEMPORARY
'. ...: ;" <"',,, WANT TO STOP? THAT'S FOR SALE shape Runs good $1900. 473-9007,
;F.ORiREN'l'j I HELP WANTED. Must OURSI Alcoholic Anonymous. 964- PUPPIES weeks old. $50 each: leave mesiage.ltpdll-29.0OO3363
'".''' ,'.. ....., J have good telephone voice and personality 3611I. 084-4150. 964-8614. 17 4730117. 1 tchgl 1.29
; : : .. i for wry low key telemarket SATELLITE SYSTEM-repotseued due to BOATS FOR SALE

.OUN-S. SUBDIVISION. MOBILE Horn ing.$4 per hr.cuh.964-4442. (2tpd CHAIN LINK FENCE: installed. Free estimate divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing REWARD

Iota for rent water and sewer furnished CNA'7s ) 15 PD *. HANDYMAN FENCE CO., down. S39/mo. 12721031. 16' TERRY-BASS Boat, 80 HP Mercury,
>.. cable tv available. 782-3333 needed for *9 shift Starting $5 owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559. Stchgl 1-1.29 CHILDREN HEARTBROKEN-8mo. old kit. P.T.T. Trailer, trolling motor, live well
SATELLITI Ilk.
SYSTEM.
TFN 13 Mr new 6 old
hr. Contact mo.
.
MOBILE per Windsor TFN 17ALTERATIONS with scrambler. ten. Brown w/strlpes, light brown Una depth Under, C.B. Radio Needs steerIng .
down.
HOMES FOR RENT WITH 602 E. Nothing
CITY Boyee. Laura
'- : zipper, hem, buttonholes collar. Lost at Keystone Theme Park, cable. $1300. 4730659.
S49/mo. 1-272-1018
WATER SEWER CABLE TV.2 Ba 064-3383. (2tpd cfc 1492) 15 patches.etc. Drop off and pick CHRISTMAS WREATH-Just Stchglt-).29 Sunday November 24. 19044456969. Itpdl 1-29.0003390
1 BATH 984-7498 TFN3 PDPOSTAL up. 7 day a week.7am-8pm.964- Imagine your 1-29
Ireihest Christmas tree wreath ltchgl
JOBS 11.41 to 14.90/hr. For ever
I MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY exam and application Info call 219- 5587.Southilda Pinehurst Elem.Variety Hwy 100 across-TFNCUSTOM from direct to your door UPS tram my plan DIAMOND PENDANT-lost Church and between Millers. Call the YARD SALES

WATER, SEWER CABLE TV. 964- 769-6649 ext FL214 9am 9pm 7 17 tation In Blue Ridge Mountains, Community
Virginia. Free color brochure 4732340. i tchg 11.29 SAT. DECEMBER Exercise Bike,
7498 TFN 13 16 CHG WOODWORKING A repair playpen .
BUY ,
HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for TO OR SELL WATKIN-S PROD- addition, mobile I-BOO-TREE-FARM. 11-19FCAN stroller, stuffed animals, men s
repair, remodeling
rent. Close to prison. Call 4681323. UCTS. Cal dMributors Mike A Ramona home, cabinet and craft Phone TREADMILL.Llke New-$325. SERVICESCAREER clothing (large/tall), old pinball

.. TFN 13 Crapse at Lawtey 782-3088. 473-4018 after 5 2Ipdll.29/12.6.0003384 machine. 345 Nightingale.I .
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT: 2 and 3 TFN 15 CHG R.Q.C.00052S43. Senior citizen p.m. SEARS WOOD-Or coal stoveheater.Also IN REAL ESTATE-We Train. Watson tpl 1-29.0003357
.. bedrooms.NearPrison.Ca119844115 JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRAUA pedal rate. 17 Oliver tractor 4 Cycl., Bushhog Realty Corp. 473-4816 chg8/30 tfn15INGOI BIG YARD-SALE Friday and Saturday.
or 460-1323.. 13 opening available In several area, WATER SPECIALIST: Pump and well and other attachments. 4732684. -I. held at Keystone-Melrose rain of shine Furniture, tools, barstools
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT: 1/2 mile will train. For Info can 708-742-8620. repair all make and model Lifelong ttlrM-29 American legion Post 202 on Hwy 21 much more 6878 Deer Springs
from city. Furnished. 468-1323 TFN ext 362. (41pd ck 17729) 15 resident with yea.experl- BEAUTIFUt-Kltchen table w/chalrs. on Saturday nights at 7 p.m. and on Road. Itpdl 1-29.0003382
13.EFFICIENCY PD many Reese hitch 12 gauge shotgun, pump Sunday afternoons at 2 ?.m. DINING ROOM-Furnlture. little girls
Call Collier Griffis
ROOMS: Furnished utilities TEXAS REFINERY CORP. need mature ence.17 at 964-6529. w/rlm sight. 3-wheel adult tricycle. 3mos.pd10-4/12-20 baby clothes, misc. K.yston.Oaks off

paid. A/C. quiet No children or person now In the STARKE area. C.C. CLEANING SERVICF. cleaning the 4733397. Itpdl 1-29.0003386.: CARING PERSON-Would like to care for Hwy 100. Itchgl 1-29

pets. No drinking or dope. 964-5685. Regardless of training write W.B. house for the working spouse. Carpets your sick or elderly. Day or night. Have HUGE GARAGE SAU-3 Families. Adult
references. Call Sandra 4753228. and child clothing, dishes. tires, much
13 Hopkins Box 711. Fort Worth. TX ,window&rental Get ready for FOR RENT at
( 3 BR 2 BA BRICK HOUSE In country. 76101. Itpd ck 1379) 15 the holidays) 782-3089. (pd ck 560)) Itpdl 1-29.0003361 much more. Saturday only. 340 Garden
Unfum. / PDPOSTAL GOLD CREDIT CARD-S5.000. Credit Line, Street (In front of KH High School).
$400 mo. plus dep. Now taking 17 PD LAKE ACCESS or 38R mobile homes.
appl. 964-5734 after 4 pen. JOBS Start$11.41 per hr. Carriers HANDY MAN: Bargain Rates. Painting. SU5/S155 per month. Lake Geneva regardless ol credit, cash advances, Itpd)1-29.0003381

SHARE ,Sorters Clerk Excellent pay abenefits. Plumbing.Electrical' Decks Addition, Rentals, 4737566. 6mopd7-90-1-9l Visa/Mastercard Guaranteed no
3BM 112 BA HOUSE In Startle For examination and appl. Major Repairs. 25 yr*. Experience.Local FURNISHED EFFICIENCY-Apartments on security deposit. 1-90O-99O-1100.$23 AUTOMOTIVE
Club. Prefer orisnt.d Into,call 1-206-736-7000ext / f_. 4tpd 1 I-29.12.21. 0003371
Country career reference Woody, 964-5405 Lake Geneva. Neat and clean.
or college M/F. $200 mo+ 1/2 utilities 6 am-iO pm/7days. (1 tpd' di42760) before 7 sent. or after 6 p.m. for best $275/plus tax per month$275 deposit. FLOOR SAGGINDOOR TRANSMISSIONS-Rebuilt automatic
$200 dep. Rof. req. Call 964-3879. 15 PD results. TFN 17 Includes utilities. 473-2919 DRAQQINHOUSE OUT OF transmissions for most domestic cars
) 13 PD RN'S AND LPN'S. Challenging oppor. STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE 4tchg11-21-12-12 LEVEL?? LaRue Leveling Service for with 6 months warranty. $195 wI..-

LARGE 3 BR HOUSE, screened porch. avail. In meolcal and geriatric a*part SALES AND SERVICE: All make 30 FT. CAMPER-lor rent. Singles prefer all your foundation repair 473-7721. change. Ready to Install. 12727607.

Bayle Hwy. $300 mo. plus references eta multi-disciplinary ...tmenllaem and model cleaned oiled and adjusted red. AC/Cable/lull bath. Everything TFN 17BRADFORD Btchql 1-8/12-27
A dep. No Petal 496-2359. a State owned and operated mental $15. New and used sewing furnished except cooking gas. $200 p.r SEPTIC TANK SERVICE:
Itpd ck 3025) 13 PD health treatment facility Salary rein machines. Hwy 233 a 18 (Morgan month-SSO Deposit. Call 473-2667. Septic tank pumpout at reasonable HOMES FOR SALE
EFFICIENCY ROOMS: Furnished, utilities got pd sick Iv vac, holiday.,no rotat Road >>> 964-8733 TFN 17 4tchg1l-.8-15-22-29 price, also drain line repair Starke.
shittt local BSN and Matters prog.. 964-8121. TFN 17 COOL OFF In this above ground pool hi
A/C. No children ON
paid. quiet or LAKE GENEVA-2BR/l4BA-Newly! '
KIDS 6 to 5
I WILL KEEP YOUR am pm.
peta. or dope.964-5685. group Ins.pin retirement pin.Contact decorated home. Beautilul hardwood the' summer, Stay toasty warm by this
For Info call 964-2949.
13WALDO CHOking Dixie Lyons NEFSH Hwy 121 South more floors throughout. Built-in range and WANTEDWE wood stove in the winter. 3BR/2BA.
Macclenny, FL 32063. ((904)) 259- 17 Brick. Fenced. Established subdivisionin
VILLAS UNDER NEW MOMT. 1 REBUILT AUTO TRANSMISSIONS for oven, refrigerator, lurnlshed. This
A 2BR located be- 6211. EOE./AA.1S CHG won't lost city limits.. Assumable mortgagewith
apt* Centrally most domestic car w6 mo.warranty at $375 per month) $375 BUY MORTGAGES4732438.
tween Starke A Grille. Equal Housing TRAIL REST. 'IN LAWTEY. Application $195 wexchange. Ready to Install. deposit. Lake Geneva Rentals. 2tchg 11-21-29 no qualifying. $79,000. 4733756.
being taken for waitresses waiters TFN
Opp. 468-1971. TFNpt pd ck are 272-7607. 17 473-2919. 4tchg1829IBRIBALake | WANTED-Amerlcan Indian rugs and
0582)) 13 CHG ,cashier A Kitchen help.Apply In I WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT your chil- Geneva, H/AC. $300/mo. blankets. ,Also. wanted Gretsch Fender REPOSSESSED VA-I HUD HOMES
only. No phone call*. (Itcng) available from government from $1,
2BR. BA HOUSE;FOR RENT OR SALE. person dren In my home. Days 964-7321. 473-4961. 7-4:3O. 4t11-15-21-29-12-6 and Gibson guitars, 1930-1960 models. Also
without credit check.
You
300 'Mo. plus ceo. or tell for $<4990 15 CHaRN'S 17NEED IBR/IBA-One block from Library. Will pay cash. Ph 6153560421. repair.
down and$269 mo. 964-4990. (TFN) LPN'S. AND WARD CLERKS A ROOM ADDED to your house or $250/: mo. 473-4961. 7430. H11-29FCAN Sal bailout properties. Call
1-805-682-7555 for list In
Baylor and PRN positions. Apply to repo yourarea.
13 CHG 4t11-15-21-29-l2-6
roof
mobile home? Need a roof or 11-15.12-5/003291
Hand Inatit/Lake Butler 3tpd
Ramadan
repaired? Need a deck or a screened VERY NICEtOLEAN-House on beautiful HELP WANTED'.t' ,
garden.oJa6,5 .!IIDw1lM..t.vr. Hospital. 496-2323.(2lchg) o porch? We'll do it for you at reason- ..Nacre lot on Silver lake. 63rd St. off SPACIOUS. NEW-3BR/2BA 2.cargorag.
Ifoeras tk.
.. pinfe..mpnyy.
.,
4 mi.''H. cJtU fb7N' n.cHCYI.'t .: 'swim. pxtrA..lorge forn.rlot
Ski
IIJ screened
s. able retell We also do weatherizlng. 21. 2BR, Large 'NAIRDRESIER-NeededT: llcniT1t; ; on paved Bay Cir
50th. East to NE 11th. Rt to sign. 1- RN-0Rr PRN Micro Hand Sura. OH ex- Free estimates, all work guaranteed! porch pool table, llreplace. $450 per quired. Salary and commission cle. Clay County. 473-3150. 4753101.
...778-O314. ((21chg) 13 necessary. Apply to Ramadan 495- 964-2525 for James or 964-8593 for month. 4732440. Itpdl 1-29.0003389 4752211. 2tchg l 1.2912.6 2tchg11-21-29
CHG rtandlnstttAakeBudar Hospital. Lynn. JaL Construct 17
PINE HAVEN 7 RM 1 BA, CH/A. $285 2323.(2tchg)) 15 CHG

mo. $300 dep. Costello 473-3014 STAHKE for pas of.Police taking PALM READER a ADVISOR BROTHER
before 8 p.m. Itchg\ ) 13 appt. the Officer. GEORGE Can't keep your loved I Union County .dSl I I
.
CHG Mutt be Stats Cert, at least 19 yr* onea7Can'thold.jobHaliing money

3BR. 1BA BLK HOME In Lawtey. 2 1/2 old and have High School Dip. or problems? Having bad luck? Help on
blks from school. $375 mo.$200 dep. GED.Accepting;b L through Ceo.7.ibhg .11 probleml. 782-9802. 17
964-5340. ((2tchg) 13 ( ) CHG CHG FOR SALE HELP WANTED MOBILE HOMES

CHG SCORPIO'S Professional Cosmetologist.
FURN. 1 BR APT., dean quiet adults off chemical this month
only. 830 N. Temple Ave. 964-9424.CHG +--+*.*+- +*+*+*+ $10 only. Perm any reg. $40 a svc.up. Frosting a 82 AND FORD CARRIER 300 FRONT for Individual RUNNNINO suspen-GEAR POSTAL Sorters JOBS Clerks.Start Excellent Sll.4l/hr. Pay Carriers..and CLOSEOUT.per month.1990 Free 14 Delivery WIDE $8995 with or In$116 50

( 13 highlight $40. HAIRCUTS men$10, ... Benefits. Far examination and application
Circle
R2HOUS RENT 964-9553 slon. $200. Call Marty at 964-6280 miles. Call 17555114. Homes,
3B E FOR $275 women$15. Tue.9-8 Thur 9-8 Fri.
after 530. 13 REPOSSESSED VA 10.5. 118 S. Thompson St 272 or 782.3966 alter 6:30 p.m. TFN. Information call I-206-736-7000 Lake City Fl.
Itchg) Sat
: ( 9-5.
CHG Tim Faulkner In the HOME FOR SALE 2 bed, 1 bath on 1 1/4 Ext. 3205T5 6 am-10pm/7 days. 1!pd. BANK REPOS Save thousands, poor
& HUD HOMES 964.6568.Owner acres, block shaded lot, large fenced 11/29. credit or very little credit needed, we
3 BR 2 BA TRAILOR on 6 acre wi 24x38 Merle Norman Bldg. 17
yard. 1 mile north ot Worthington Springs can help. Call 17555114. Circle B
$325 $325 dep. 473-
carport mo. available fromgovernment $45,000llrm. 496-2667alter 6 Homes, Lake Fl.
City
p.m. REAL ESTATES
13 CHG DAY-CARE offered LittlePeople'
2217. ) SATURDAY
(Itchg
4 1990 2SX70 with plywood
from $1 Care Center Nov. 17 4tchrg. 11/15, 12/6. BEDROOM
Day SOFA A 2 CHAIRS tan colored for $75. floors, wood siding, shingle roof. plus
- - Dec. 22 from 8 till 5. SR 16 E.
through

r * i You without repair.credit Also check.S&L 964-8416.17HAULING Uo 9 3030448. (3tchg) PIANO 4963021.FOR Itchrg.SAU Wanted 11/29. : Responsibleparty ACRE LOTS Paved Road frontage In Call free delivery 17555114.and Circle set-up.B Homes.$282.20/ma.Lake

SAVE BIG BUCKS Call OF ALL TYPES. Also yardwork to take on See small locally.monthlypayments Call Southwest Union County. Owner finan 1991 City FLEETWOOD Fl. 11/8 12/6.DELUXE DOUBLfWlM
: : bailout properties. 782-1543. (TFN) 17 on piano. cing. Low down payment. Reasonable
manager at 8006357611. Stchrg. Interest rate. Call (904) 4963509. living ,room and den. 3 BR. 2 BA only
1-800-682-7555 e*t. 1291213. S208/mo. fixed. No money down to
in home.Birth to school 4tchrg. 11/8-11/29.
BABYSITTING

: GRAND OPENING j H-4021 for repo list age.2 anack Mon-Fri 9646341.from my 6 to Ask 6.2 for Hot Debbie.meals QUEEN 496-1554 SIZE, alter WATERBED 6 p.m. 2tchrg.$75.11/29 Call FORECLOSED In Worthington PROPERTY Springs Business; Brick property CLEARANCE landowners.BALE Call 13--I990 904-755-5207.models leftl

I SPECIALSI I your area. 17' 12/6 home and 23 acres with fish ponds InRallord. At drastically reduced prices. Select
((4tchg) LP GAS HEATING SYSTEM 75.000 BTU will divide home from from slnglewkUs at our lowest prices
AND PRESSURE WASHING.Qualtywortataffordableprices. .
I PAINTING .Free $175. Call 4963130. 2tchrg. 11/29 acreage. Contact Shands Howard ever. Call N. Fla. Housing et

1AFFORDABLE 12/6. Farmer and Dealers Bank "'62101.2tch.g. 9047555207.
Florida Estimate Cole Contracting 964-
: SINOLEWIDES new Fleetwood and
12/6.
>f z 4111 after 5 p.m. ((6tpd 7538) 11/29. slnglewlde hove beendrastically
Destiny
;'J1540 So. 301 1 ACRI SHADED LOTSeptlc Tank and
PD
1 T.H.E.APARTMENTS 17 PERSONAL SERVICESWELL reduced with starting pricesat
J f SEWING a ALTERATIONS. Specialize power pole. Near Worthington Spr
Across From KOA $6995. set-up and del. Call First
Call 496-2709, after 5 Itpd.
ings. p.m.
I In Evening and fancy dresses.
i gowns Coast Mobile Home Sales today at
SEPTIC TANKS Dor-
DRILLING AND 11/29.
I I 904-964-3000 Call Ma. Grills 964-9543. (3tcho) 904-752-1452.
Tank Inc. 2(4
: 'I 1 1 922 E. Brownlee sCamp BAKER LP GAS. Family owned a oper- man Inch water Well and wells.Septic Pumps- sales, service FOR RENT DOUBLEWIOSS new 1991 Destiny with
ated. Senior Cit dso. Bulk tank rent wood frost-free
shongle roof siding
1 Rd. Installation septic tanks, lilt
Blanding We sell tank a solicit cost
.1 Featuring $2.50 mo. Installation dralntleld refrigerator. 10 yr. floor system
1 Stance FL 32091 owned tanks. We put a full 100 Ibs In stationsNew Contact Bryan (Skeeter) 2.2 I. TRAILERS for rent. 41S SW 7th guaranteed. House-type door. Del.and
A DUTCHMAN 1 cylinders lor$23 on our dock at 110 a repairs.Jones-275-2004- Jones2752716.. Ave. 496-1303. Itpd. 11/29. Set-up for only t169/mo. Call First

r I 964-7133 121. 00-828-0555 or 2596810.(4tchg Alter 6 State licensedAll workguaranteed 2 NICE MOBILE HOMES Convlenent to Coast Mobil. Horn Sol. today.
1 ( ) 17 CHG p.m. prisons. Call 496-2B42. Itpd. 11/29. 9047521452.
.1 TRAVEL TRAILERSl 1 2 & 3 BR. family oriented wit!1 PAlNTERRESIDENTIALwUlwor1Icheap.Gull tree estimate 1/25 Stpd. OPEN HOUSE 9-5 Sunday. December 2nd

I & Crisis has lightened my work 2/22 thentin 905 SE 5th St. for sale
: & laundry large playground. BILLS APPLIANCE Sales, and Repair Ser. NOTICE Mobile Home or
load. Call anytime 468-1666.(3tchg( ) rent. 4963715. Itpd. 11/29.
I
PRBB Electricity first month. vice. Buy some, sell some fix some.
., I FIFTH WHEELS Rent SO* of your monthly 17 CHGUNCONTESTED DIVORCES $75 plus 4962090. TFN. 11/1. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
, 1 iiMinme if you qualify. WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME 4963923. to the Union County Times office .
If earn $3.35 per hr.. 40dependents small court cost. Completed in 2-21 advance
you and paid In
11/29. 12/6. In writing
-: 'J REVELSNATIONWIDE 1 ..... a week alt have 3 '. day only. Free marriage counseling.Call 2tchrg. unless credit Is already establishedwith
' \ 1 your rent would, be about $ am.tb 9044739052. ((2tchg) SAGGINDOOR this office.
: I or$3.73 per day for days 17 CHG FLOOR
: OUT OF TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
THE
1 left la the month, for move-in CAR CARET Let me keep your vehicle DRAGGIN.HOUSE
SALES first.Qualified LEVEL?? LaRuo Leveling Service for RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
: RV aftesr the shiney a clean year round-Call Steve
WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
; Sinslea Accepted. Thomas 1164-4260.,11II'5 p.m.or leave .II your foundation repair 473-7721.) CLASSIFIEDS

.>i".1. Green Cove Springs 1 Move-ia cost can be as low .. message. (2fchg) 17 TFN 17 Classified THE TELEPHONE.deadline Is MONDAY. 5 Cd tMOfa1a00R w ns b.r1. .r.r tea

.,:: 1$10.00.@) -.-- P.M., prior to Thursday publication. i.., r,... ..+.,.r.,,.
y':: 284-3577 : ---- I Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50.
!
k Equal >HoujHn* # : ; FO I then 15 cents for eoch word thereafter. ..
:If :f- )
.1j' : -
_
I Fill i Dirt 1 ol
i/ '. HOUSE FOR SALE SEIZED CARS
,

.,/: SANTA FE HOMECARE Large or Small Loads of Llmerock 1501 E. CALL ST. Owner trucks boats 4 wheelers

,
,
Work Backhoe Bulldozer
Tractor
'r Bradford Hospital Branch L Transfercd. Must Sell.

( s' .-- .,, / Financing! Available motorhomes, by FBI, IRS,

if"' RN's -join our highly successful, quality oriented team 69900. Available your area

,. of professionals. Enjoy a competitive salary scheduling ii now. Call 1-805-682-7555

to provide patient care
flexibility and an opportunity 96447O5or

,services in your community. 3 yrs. Med/Sur or Critical ; Wroubel TimberWe exl C-3510

Care nursing required. Homecare experience preferred 964-2413

'<' Full time part time position available. M FrL w/rotating Buy Pine Trees in
. r
call David Lawson ipaiftt & : .e .
$14.95-16.15/hr. For information
: weekends Salary uncleared lots.
yard or on
Maui Gibson alachua General Hospital 801 S.W. 2nd 'Insurance JCoiiQrtW|| ?
.. "" Ave., Gainesville FL 32601. ((904)) 338-6750 collect Ricky Wroubel

,, EOB Call Anytime 282.2431 CR229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 964.6133Starke


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Tornadoes Have Good Chance in, Semi-Finals Friday, If. ','",

*mr 'm'" '
Does the Bradford High football Live Oak runs most of the time, throw the football. back Jason Lee, No. \ 150-10 and ITO-tt; strong side linebacker Andy- Probable starters on the offensive
team stand a chance against Suwan- but the Bulldogs will probably try to Starting or playing a good bit are cornerback Chris Snow, No. 3, Goodowns. No.85, 210-12; weak side line are: center Wyatt Collins, No.
nee High of Live Oak, the Section II- throw against the Tornadoes,Coach the following younger players, 180-11. linebacker Joe Gordon, No. 32, 53; guards Phillip Crawford, No.62,
3A opponent coming to Memorial Horse predicts. sophomores or Juniors: Linebacker Probable defensive starters on the 15S-10, and rover back Julius and Jason Norman, No. 65; tackles
Stadium for the Demi-final state Live Oak has two good running James DanieU,No.31,160-10; guard front seven are:. Sam linebacker Harden No. 12, 17012. Clayton Manning,No.76,and Shawn
playoff game at 7:30 p.m. Friday backs with good size and who are Josh Lewis,No.66!,165.11; defensive Wyatt Collins No. 63, 195-12; left Four players currently starting or Jenkins,No.79,215-11.and tight end
Nov. 301Yell. very quick a line that averages tackle Jonathan Ferguson, No. 63, tackle Jonathan Ferguson No. 63 playing a lot in the defensive Andy Goodowns, No. 85.
If..., say the Tornado 200-220 pounds per man and much 170-10; defensive end Larry Shan- 170-10; right tackle ShaunteiHouston backfield are cornerbacks Robert Starting in the backfield will be:
coaches. If the Tornado offense jells, Quicker than Tampa Catholic,Coach non,No.80,160-10; running back Joe No. 74 199-11; weak side Nichols, No. 24, 1110-12; Chris Snow, quarterback' Reggie Sheffield, No.
says Coach David Hurse. Cummings points out. Gordon No. 33, 155-10 wing back end Clayton Manning No.78,J95.12; No.3, 150-11: Jason Lee, No.5, 11, 155-12; fullback Robert Hanker-
It's a big challenge. The Tornadoes But Bradford gridders are quick, and defensive end Gernard strong end Allen Jenkins No. 13, 150-10. and Vinnie Blye, No. 20, son No. Z3, 170-12; wing back Allen
will have to play their best, too Coach Cummings admits, Williams, No. 33, 180-11, defensiveThe 170-12,or Robert Hankerson,No. 23, 150-10. __ __ Jenkins 1 ,.No.." :! !.510, 160-12. J __
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"I feel good about the way we are Everybody Is practicing this Defence Played WeUAgatnst1ampa Cath.are .
attacking the Suwannee defense," week. Allen Jenkins is practicing as DURRANCE PUMP & SUPPLY
says veteran Coach Hurse, the head though his left knee was not injured Tornado defense linebackers Andy Goodowns.
Tornado. Coach Hurse says he's three week ago, Coach Hurse says good game says Coach land No. 85. and Joe Gordon, No. 32; 864 N.Temple Ave., Starke "
working up some different blocking his Jenkins surprised everybody with Cummings, the defensive coordinator tackles Shauntel Houston, No. 74; Eves &Weekends:964-7578<
schemes. playing against Tampa Catholic. for the Bradford High Tornadoes Jonathan Ferguson, No. 63, and
With their bevy of fast backs and His knee was hit and obviously hurt of the Tampa catbollcregional Shawn Jenkins No. 75; defensive Well
an offensive line which has but Jenkins came back to kick and play.ofl game. ends Wyatt Collins, No. 53; Clayton Drilling -
developed in the past two years, the play defense afterward. Coach complimentedthe Manning, No. 76. and Josh Lewis, Residential &
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Tornadoes have moved the footballon entire front seven who (See Tampa Catfc. flB)
are also apparently over their pg.
the ground and in the air when .
sprained ankles.
needed against every opponent.
The Tornado defensive playerswill FB Hankerson No. 23, has run for LAWTEY TRADING POST .
just have to play 'heir 1,044 yards through 11 games. QB _
heads, Coach Hurse. they've Reggie Sheffield No. 11.has run for "" w
says '
been doing that all season, Hurse 632 yards and has completed 43 of 74 nM .li 782-1140 Pump
passes, or 58%, for 733 yards. xga
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points A key,says Coach Roland Cummings Wingback/fullback Allen Jenkins, ii& OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Sales &
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"Our kids play well together. To reports from other coaches, and
beat Live Oak we'll have to play our searching out keys in the movies so best game of the year," says Coach it is known with relative certainty New Shipment of Statues SxSsJSS'
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retlg end Allen Jenkins IVlnnle'Dlye yard per carry. Running back
,No. averaging 12.1 yards per carry.
M JSflltet1.HknKn. No. 23, No. 20, and Robert rtes. The tackles. Coach missed Is.omealllliJInnwntll. still Fullback Robert Hankenoo gained Charles Boyd carried 12 time for 38
and rover Juliiu Harden.No Nichols, No.24. did a good Job com- Coach Lanier Clyatt,the offensive Clyatt fruiu 77 yards 13 carries, averaging 6 yard
10. ing up to tacinle after short DBHUreception line mentor,was pleased with the offensive looking for more ciuuiktuiicy
The defense got enough pressure by Tampa Catholic. QB line which opened holes In a the tackles,he.ya.
to hurry the pannes of Crusader QB Dawson threw to backs out of the huge Crusader front seven through J. Edgar Heaver heeded the Federal Bureau of lnv .tl *tlon for SI year
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Oa Motile first Crusader TD the coverage. yards The offensive line is made up Coach David Hurse was also
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on BHS defense gang tackled getting guards Phillip Crawford, No.62,and backs QB Reggie Sheffield, No. 11,
the stronger the Tornadoes lot.BBS three or four or half a dozen men Jason Norman No. 65; tackles led the Tornado running attack with
tacklsd better a. the game went on, around the football. The BHS Shawn Jenkins, No. 73, and Clayton 101 yards on 7 carries, averaging 14
sat oec-.h Cummings.OecO defense held Crusader running back Manning,No.76,and tight end Andy yards per game. Wingback Allen '
.. ldary. JIIIIIQ Lee, No. 5; Willie Queen to 93 yards on 15 carr- Goodowns, No. 65. Jenkins ran for 85 yards on 7 carries, &u 94fg


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YMCA Offers Affordable After-School Child Case; ..

Brown Lois Wyrick

'' Bell Brown,90,of Starke died Nov. Lois Wyrick, 91, of Tallahasseedied
and this January 2,1991 In order tt! implement this
The Family YMCA of Clay Southside Elementary Lawtey begin program 18 In Alachua General Hospital Nov. 22 at her residence follow-
County and the Bradford School Elementary.There upon students return from the Pryme Tyme program in each following an extended illness. BornIn ing a brief illness.!
System are planning to start a is an apparent need in the Christmas/New Year holidays.The school, a minimum of fifteen Georgia, Mrs. Brown moved to Born in Bradford County, Ms.
quality after school Child Care district for additional after school after schol care will last children are required. Now is the Starke 26 years from Raiford, Fl. Wyrick moved to Tallahassee in
program. They to include 3 care services. The YMCA and from the close of school until as time to register your child, by She wan a member of Grace Baptist 1952. She was a member of
area schools; Star Elementary, Bradford County Schools plan tofancflngers late as 6:00pm: each day that schoolis sending in your one-time $12.00 Church and a homemaker. Thomasville Road Baptist Church In
in session. Planned activitieswill registration fee. This fee will be Survivors include :9 daughters, Tallahassee She was a retired clerk
include: snack time, study refunded if for any reason we do not Dorta Hall,Lucille Rowe and Shirley from the Dept. of Transportation
time, play time creative time, and get the 15 children needed to begin Gnann of Starke, Emma Jo Harden- Tag Agency. She graduated from
oay SpeC/ill Arcyllc NOW project time. There is a 1:10 the program. If you would like to brook of Westminster, S.C., and Florida State College for Womennow
ratio which for child in this Ernestine "Tina" Moody of ( known as: Florida State Univer-
teacher/student secure a place a
Reg. $35.0OTips $2500 attention. send check Keystone; 2 sons, Carl Brown of sity) receiving her teaching degreein
guarantees individual quality program your Melrose and Artemis Brown of Lake 1918. During the 1930's, shw was
The Clay Family YMCA for $12.00 registration fee to of then
Butler; 29 grandchildren, 38 great- part president Franklin
currently has a Pryme-Time after Rebecca Reddish, Vocational- grandchildren and 12 great-great Roosevelt's New Deal Economic
NOW
school child care program at 11 Technical Center. 609 North grandchildren. program. She served as supervisorof
elementary schools. This prSogram Orange St., Svsrke: FL 32091. Or, Funeral services will be Nov. 21 at the Government Sewing Room at
w overlay $3000 has been found to meet the needs of feel free to caai Rebecca at 964- 2 p.m. at Hope Baptiat Church in Lawtey. She then taught school at
Reg. 40.00 working parents by providing a 6800 extension 122 for further Starke with Rev. Gary Heath and Lawtey Public Schools. She taughtthe
safe, familiar environment for information on this exciting, Rev. Leon Odom officiating. Burial Friendship Sunday School Class
9t4-9418 Fill In $1500 children. reasonably priced program. will be in Hope Cemetery under the at her church for 38 years, the class
118 S. Thompson St. withan avialable for direction of Jones Funeral Home. is now named the Lois Wyrick Classin
Starke The fee is $22.50 per week Scholarships are her honor.Survivors .
initial $12.00 registration fee. those who qualify. Willie Wright Include her daughter,
Hilda Carter of Tallahassee
I Willie Wright, 85, of Starke died sister, Claudia Strickland: ; of 1
Nov. 22 suddenly at his home. Gainesville 1
; grandson, Larry
American Born in Jennings, Hamilton Coun- Carter of Tallahassee; 3 Great
CafePresents ty, Mr. Wright lived in Starke for 51 grandchildren and 1 Great.great
Oak Tree
ACFRYAN'S Wick years where he was employed as a grandchild. She has several

;; laborer.Methodist He Faith.Survivors was. member of the nephews Benton and nieces and Steve in Starke Futch., including

include a daughter, Funeral services were Nov. 26 at
Hardware And Kerosene Louvenia Jones of Miami; two sons, Thomasville Road Baptist Church in

Garden Centers.Heater Wright Charles, both R. Wright of Starke and; a Jimmie sister l ,An-L. Tallahassee Roselawn Cemetery Burial in was Tallahassee in the
Wicks "A Holiday Party to Remember"For nie children.Bell of Jennings, and 14" grand-

Hand Large Supply! Fits Funeral services were held Nov. Lena M. Bennett Gibbs
Most Portable I 24 at Mr. Pisgah AME Church in Lena Mae Bennett Gibbs, 79, of
Siphon Kerosene HeatersHeater Ladies Only Starke with Rev. George Hartsfield Lake Butler died Nov. 23 in the St
Pump officiating. Burial was in the Odd- Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville
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fellows Cemetery with ar- following a brief illness.
rangements by Haile Funeral Home. Born In Lake Butler, Ms. Gibbs
I $ 99 Tune Up MALE DANCERSTuesday lived most of her life in Jasper until
moving to Jacksonville in 1974. She
Special Jr.
George L.Hoyt,
moved to Macclenny in 1986 where
U I New WIck New Jr., 59, of
To George Lester Hoyt, she resided since.
Easy OperateTranifer Liquids. -. Ifnilor dexaing Ten' 18-8 Dec. 4th. . 8:00: p.m. Brooker died Nov. 26 at illness.his She was a member of the University l.
Fill Kerosene AH Work $ residence following a sudden Baptist Church in Jacksonvilleand
Heaters,Etc. GuaranteedMELROSE Born in Francestown, N.H., Mr. is a retired school teacher.
Hoyt moved to Brooker years from Survivors Include several neices
STARKE Cornerstone Square New Hampshire. He was an Area and nephews.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Maintenance Supervisor for McKenzie services
South Funeral were Nov. 25 at
Highway 100 East Mgrway Wilemson's 21 North Higtw/5' Gas Florida Tank Lines in Brooker,a Veteranof Archer Funeral Home Chapel in
Next to Grocery Macclenny
47&006 2 U.S. Marines during the Korean Lake Butler with Rev. Art Peterson
475-2400 I conflict,and a member of AARP and officiating. Burial was in Dekle
.. ., the Appalachian Mountain Club Cemetery under the direction of Ar-
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cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler
Survivors Include his son, Mat
tr4 I thew J. Hoyt of Brooker; 4
daughters, Virginia Tuttle of Mt. Card of Thanks
Vernon, N.H., Elizabeth Emery &.
Beverly Hoyt of Manchester, Ct
Barbara Stokes of Largo, Fl; 2 In Memory of
brothers, William Hoyt of New Ethel M. Rix
Boston, N,H. and Robert Hoyt ol f June 29,1923-
Boston, Ma; 3 sisters Donna Proctor Dec.2,1983Mothers
I f of Southlyndeboro, N.H., Gloria --
II II I Barns and Jean Hoyt of New Boston,
N.H. and three Grandchildren. Offer oft
I Funeral services were Nov. 30 al ThemselvesHaving
I i: : French &. Rising Chapel in Goff-
1c1 I stown, N.H. Burial was in B o I Eternal
I'' Cemetery in Bo, N.H. under the Results

direction of Jones Funeral Home.-.-._ .


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