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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Inside... flORID HISORy DEC 12 '9' n ratr'Irtnr"s -

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Outside. Hard N.w.. . . . 1-3,12A
Editorial.. . . . . . .4A PORED\ \( ,
Temperatures this afternoon, Thursday, January 6, will be Social. . . . . . 5.6A '
slightly warmer than yesterday,but with almost no wind. A heavy (.gal. . . . . . 4.7.8A 3251 1 -
frost was predicted for this morning due to the lack of wind, com- Claum.d A pared to only patchy frost Wednesday.Low temperatures should be Zoning . . . . . |2A
about the same. No frost Is expected through the weekend.
Afternoon highs will reach into the mid 60s today as air from the SECTION Bi 12 Pag.i

Gulf fills in behind the front that passed out of the state Wednesday. BHS Car.., Day. . . . .1,6B
Another weak dry front Friday will hold low temperatures near 40 SFCC Spring Sch.dul.. . .. .IB tifgraThe
for Saturday with highs only into the 60s. No rain is expected, and Mawonth.Str..t,25Circuit

not much cloudiness is associated with the front. Court . . . ? .30Crlm
Snow Is covering the entire northern plains states, around the N.w.. . . . . ....51
Great Lakes and New England. No storm systems are threateningthe Ar.o N.w.. . . . . .(,9B
southeast, so sunny skies should prevail into next week. Obltuarl.i . . . . . 93Sporfi
Sunrise this morning was at 7:11 and it will set at 5:30: p.m., mak- .. . .. .. ... .10,11,12B Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
ing the daylight hours only ion 19m in length. UC Clai.lfl.d.. . . . .128 IIl1h Year KTAItKK. KI.OKIOA ::XttVnlsCop.
21th IKKUP Thiirsiluv. 1I"'ml..r I'MIII! 'ISI'S U/2-1IMI;
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Awards...

The Chamber of Commerce is ac- 4'rC Dec. 27
cepting nominations for
"Humanitarian of the Year and
Citizen of the Year" awards. If you
would like to nominate someone
please call 964-5278, or come by the
office on S. Walnut St., not later than 4.i'a
On $110 Tax
Jan. 5, 1991.Sports. + XN,

Passes...

Passes to all BHS sports, except C l 'l: Putting it off as long as possible\ in rlnesn'i know now if that is possible.
football, are available for $40 each. ; the face of much opposition, Brad- Commissioners are to the point
Call Wanda Prevatt, ph. 964-6800 for $ ford commissioners have delayed a they must raise some new money or
details. vote on the proposed and controversial seriously curtail some t county ser t
I $110 special assessment tax vices.
GED Classes... package until Dec. 27. Chairman Maxie Carter says the

GED prep classes are being of- t. A workshop to discuss the special assessment is the lair way because
fered at Hampton Elementary assessments with the two new commissioners everybody should pay some tax. On-
School, Monday and Wednesday t a John Anderson and Ar- ly some t 60 percent of the populace
venings, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Classes thur Gaskins is set at 7:30: p.m. pays property tax; those whose property
are free. Call ph. 964-6800, ext. 122 .- tonight (Thursday Dec. 6)). ; is assessed at under $25,000are
tor further information. ,,,, If they want the special assessment exempt by law from paying pro-
collected by the property appraiser perty taxes.Chairman.
Applications... and tax collector in the Carter freely admittedin

of the ECIA, 1990-91 ; same bill with property taxes, the a six hour public hearing Monday
Chapter: Copies 1 Applications and other : : commissioners must serve notice by that the assessment! is a way of get-
pertinent data (evaluations Parent : the end of the year under a new law ting around the $25,000) homestead

handbook and annual review of the passed last year. exemption.The .
pffectivness of the program) are The proposal is to charge a special
available at the Bradford County assessment of $65 per year for the Opposition...
School Board Administrative Officeon 'a operation of the county jail, $35 per But many residents are opposed to
N Temple Ave. Call Myrna year to go toward operation of the the special assessment.In .
Hurse, ph. 964-6800 for information. emergency medical service, and $10 Monday's 6 hour public hearing,
to the volunteer fire departments. commissioners were told:
Christmas Party... A $110 assessment would net the You're poking this assesssment
Push Now You Guys. county an additional $804,000) CPA down our throats.The voters should
Board of
Realtors The Bradford-Union Christmas dinner is set for Above: After checking the Pat Farnsworth says. Estimates of decide the issue, they said.
lights and placing the $475,150 for the jail. $255,850 for The voters have spoken. Two
in the KingsleyLake
Saturday. Dec 8,
Civic Center. Social hour, 6 decorations It'i time to get emergency medical service, and commissioners were defeated
for the volunteer firemen of to a special
hr Tree $7,300 because opposition
Christmas
dinner at 7 the Surke
p.m. p.m. for :u' a w were made by Farnsworth based on assessment. Last year,those opposed -
See Tom Gross, ph. 964-5069 upright. of parcels. filled the Bradford
is V 85 percent 8,600 property to the assessment
each.
tickets, $15
High auditorium for a hearing.

LB Singles... .. Looks Good. The Problem... .If more money is needed, go to 10
At right: J. W. Whittle, Commissioners face a $900,000 mills of property or advalorem
Partners in Music will be playing Ronnie Baker, Syd Keeney budget shortage this year. If it is taxes. The board was criticized for
for your listening and dancing passed, the assessment would not be not increasing property taxes
pleasure, Saturday, Dec. 8, in the and Tommy !Harding pause collected until next November, too gradually over the past years. And
Lake Butler Community Center. for a picture after erectingand late to help the current fiscal year the board was criticized for allowingthe
Dancing 8-12 p.m. All singles age 25 v decorating the city which ends Sept. 30. county)' to get in such a bad finan-
and over are welcome. BYOB. Christmas/ Tree at the Clerk Ray Norman refused to cial condition.
Veteran'Memorial Park In budget the $100 special assessment
Football Banquet... Starke. This Is the same crew proposed last year. It turned out to Commissioners Say...

The BHS football banquet is set for who helped to build the be a good thing because Starke commissioners Expenses are up.
Monday,Dec. 10,beginning at 7 p.m. p rll. When not decorating refused to levy the The t state mandates many expenses
It will be held in the National Guard work at the Starke assessment, and commissioners over which the county com-
Armory on Edwards Road.A they then declined to levy it. mission has no control, such as
speaker for the evening has not power plant. The county was forced to borrow $100,000 in indigent care mandated
been named, but a UF coach Is being $350,000 to finish out the 89-90 fiscal this past year.
sought. year. This year 90-91, Clerk Norman Why should the commission have
Call Coach Hurse for information, hopes to repay some $50,000 on that
ph. 9646800. loan and to somehow scrape by but (See Assessment..p.3A)

VA Representative... I


will VA be Representative at the Andrews R.J. Jackson Center, Trial Over Santa Fe Lake Zoning Permit Turns Into Stand-Off I

SFCC, tonight Thursday, Dec. 6,
hours, 6-8 p.m. to assist students settle the made in his office,but said he had no The fracas began with Weiser ap- minimum size of 20,000 square had been feet.
offered to house
with VA claims and problems. Buster Rahn time. Weiser of changes having plying for a building permit in By that time one
By commis- knowledge any second
case for $10,000 but county August, 19118, which he then cancelled built, and the foundation of a
.. BCT Stall Wrlt.rA sioners declined.A been made. house was laid.!
SFCC Registration. and applied for two permits to
Weiser's attorney
said
civil bench trial over a claims O'Neal
5-day Weiser's
key to repudiate O'Neajfrom the parcel Weiser first attempted to get the
build two houses on t same
for
offered to drop
registration
A special evening zoning permit issued, then revoked which attorney Brown Jack Ross, road,
was a survey lots.\ to close adjacent
into two an
divided
the Andrews if he (O'Neal) would now county
the 1991 spring term at ended Monday in a stand off. proved contained fradulent information the suit of to road front
the
Center SFCC is scheduled for this After hearing testimony for the said County Attorney Bill Bes- testify against the county. O'Neal Weiser represented the two lots to giving owners right which way would have
evening, Thursday Dec. 6, from 6-8 better Part of five days Judge sent an interested spectator of the refused. contain a minimum of 20,000 square enlarged property his two lots to requiredsize.
James Tomlinson allowed the case case. Atty. Brown had 62 pages of Because of the evidence feet each, meeting requirements for .
p.m.Registration will continue daily of Craig Weiser vs Bradford County questions for just one witness in the presented, Ross told attorney building homes on the property. The county refused to close the
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Commissioners and Darrell O'Nealto trial Kopolousos that he (Ross) didn Weiser submitted a site t plan based
discontinue with stipulations t in want to continue further paving the road.Weiser
on an old t survey that gave property then sought a waiver on lot
which all parties agreed to hold each way for an end to the suit. owners title to bottom land, but that size from the Bradford County
Antique Engine Show... other harmless. All parties will pay In the Trial... Attorneys Brown and Kopolousos survey had been superseeded during Board of Adjustment, but that too
The North Florida Antique Engine their own attorney's fees. During the trial Attorney Terence recommended terminating the suit, Gov. Bob Graham's tenure, when he failed.
Show is slated for three days, Fri- O'Neal was named in the suit Brown repudiated Weiser's claim saying the county could win the case and the state Cabinet ruled that San- Weiser then offered to settle with
day, Saturday and Sunday, Dec. because of his position as zoning that he did not know lot area requirements in a counter suit by spending an ad- ta Fe lake front property ends at the the county for $10,000, but refused to
7-8-9 on the gro-inds of "The director,and was represented by At- ) and showed a strong ditional $15,000, but would never be mean water line, shrinking Weiser's remove the slab, saying it could be
Trading Post Restaurant, on US-301, torney Terence Brown, who was the relationship between Weiser and his able to collect anything from property from more than 40,000 used for a guest house, which is
Waldo. lead attorney on the county's side. surveyor J.W. Brown of Weiser. square feet to 30,646 square feet for legal, as long as it is not plumbedand
Free admission. For information, The county underwrote the cost of Gainesville. County commissioners voted 3.210 the two lots. wired for kitchen facilities and
call Leon, ph. 4682622. O'Neal's defense. Attorney Brown introduced accept the discontinuance Monday, In the trial Wieser claimed he does not have a separate electrical
In a counter claim, O'Neal won a evidence of an altered sketch that Dec. 3, during a regular meeting. knew he only had 30,000 square feet meter.
Church Yard Sale... judgement against Signature Group accompanies legals, which was submitted Newly seated commissioners John in the lot and did not know the re- Former Commissioner Joe Rid-
a firm owned by Weiser but doubts by Weiser to the Building Anderson and Arthur Gaskins opposed quirement of 20,0000 square feet per dick said kitchen facilities could be
A giant pre-Christmas! church if he will ever collect anything, since Department, showing 20,000 square ending the suit. added later converting the guest
yard sale will be held Saturday. Dec. the firm is now defunct. feet for each lot. Surveyor Brown lot.Based on the information Weiser house into a residence, and insistedon
8, at the Mt. Zion AME Church, 10 The county was defended by John testified that the lots contained only A Courtin' We'll Go... submitted two permits were issued, the slab being removed prior to
a.m. to 4 p.m., located on Highway Kopolousos, an Orange Park at- 15.000 square feet each according to Weiser entered suit against the and Weiser poured two slabs (foundations the county agreeing to the terms.
225 East, Lawtey. well versed in zoning mat- the he prepared for Weiser.
welcome. torney survey county as result of a zoning disputeover ) on the parcel. Weiser and the commissioners
Everyone !: ters.County court Brown also testified the dividing a small lot on Little Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal could not come to terms, leading to
to Surveyor
expenditures pay Lake. Counter suits were issued a "stop work order" when he
Chamber Mixer... ft. to 20,000square Santa Fe the court suit.
from 15,000
the week sq.
for changes
costs and attorney fees have been filed by O'Neal and the county. learned the the two lots did not meet
An after-hours Chamber Mixer is are estimated at 30000. At one feet could only

planned for 5-6:30 p.m.,Friday Dec.
14, at "Sheer Design," on ThompsonSt. CoverBy Delinquent Paymentsu
Starke Increases Utility Deposit to .

research therecommendation. and return with a
Christmas Party... may be for two months utilities, who put.up the required deposit, .
by-the
Santa Claus is coming to the 4th Buster Rahn customers are not affected Clerk Linda Wise has pointed out. and all bad accounts through that the exceed small In the Dec. 4 meeting Wise recommended
Christmas party at the Brad- change. Otis McKinney, who attends coun- $100 are processed increase in the utility
annual Thursday BCT Staff Wrlt.r Last year and the year before, the interested claims court, with the city getting a an
ford County Public Library The Starke council voted 4-0 to charged off substantial amounts cil meetings as an but often no money.In deposit to $200, in order to protectthe
Dec. 20,from 10 a.m. to 12 invited.noon.Children raise city utility deposits$89 for new city of unpaid utility bills, a routine ac- observer, called attention of theper-to the judgement a subsequent meeting, Clerk city against large write-offs! in
all are write-offs saying names
of ages the Jan. 1. accepted as in the future.
effective become increase utility
hook-ups tion that has Wise proposed an
should be published -
and enjoy 1
out
Bring cameras The new amount raises utility part of operating city utilities. sons skipping deposits,saying the city has not raised Wise said the new amount puts
stories and songs, for all to see.
,
refreshments to $200 for .
the Library staff. deposits from $111 often is insufficient Clerk Wise said the city has no the amount instructed ears.The DepOSitS..P.3A)
sponsored by customers hooking up to city utilities The $111 deposit council Wise to (See
after the target date, but present to cover the first billing, which choice in extending credit to anyone

Upcoming... .

coming Public weeks meetings are:scheduled in the 2 Re-Elected, Shuford Replaces. Rosier in Lawtey Christmas Parade Set Dec. 8

Raiford city council meets at 6:30: Shuford was opposed by
p.m., Thursday Dec. 6, in city hall. 260 voters of Lawtey's approx- Laura Harris both veterans council.of 8 Debra George Barber. The contest was to The Christmas parade on Saturday, Dec. 8, promises to be Futch.bigger
Brooker city council meets at 7 imately 360 registered voters, or Harris were reelected to the Evelena fill the vacated seat of Marvin and better than ever this year says Parade Chairman Steve for the
p.m., Tuesday. Dec. 11., in city hall. 72%, went to the polls Tuesday, won over challenger Rosier, Republican, who ran for The number of parade participants has increased each year the
101 a
to this
city meets at 7 council Kittles, in 2, by 152 entries last year. Futch says year
Hampton council December 4, to select three group out county commissioner but was past five years, with 65 the
p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 11, in city hall. members the only seats up for elec- 60% margin, while Bright Moore beat in the defeated by Democrat Arthur number of applications has been encouraging and he expects
Chamber of Commerce Board tion this year. All three races were challenger Michael Gaskins. number or entries to exceed prior years.
meets at noon, Thursday Dec. 13, contested, but by only two can- group 4 race, 133 to 115, a 54% tally.are Shuford polled 137 votes for 118 for The parade will follow the same route as last year.Control All entrants Store

at the Bradford Family didates each, so no runoff Is needed. Both group 5 candidates The victor. Barber, a 54% margin. should assemble on Water Street, between Florida Pest Call Street.
Restaurant.The Veterans _Emmett_ Bright and newcomers to politics. and Dr. Hernandez' office, at 9 a.m., lined up facing distribute
and
School will meet with the assembly
Bradford County chairman
The parade
Board meets at 7 p.m.. Monday 5,538, Pounds of Pecans Sold in Second AuctionThe numbers indicating each participants place in the of parade.A the parade. awar-
Dec. 17 in the Administration panel of five will judge floats prior to the start
Building.The Allen said. However J.H.: seedlings up to $1.40 for some ding trophies to the first three places.
volume of sold at the auction, and Curtis. Average price sharp since the
Starke City Council meets at pecans at the Stewart is essential that the parade step out at 10 a.m.
will be buying It
Starke State Farmers Market lastThursday Wainwright the first auction for hour from
Hall. from train traffic one
7:30, Tuesday. Dec. 18. in City market throughout the season. was about $1, up CSX Railroad has agreed to withhold
November 29, was off ac- averaged$.88.
Commission which is in
County while the parade progress.
The Bradford available up 10-11 a.m.,
market Bob Other markets are reflect a ( to 5p.m.
be
to will accepted
Wednesday cording This year's high prices Christmas parade up
meets at 7:30 p.m., manager central Georgia, Allen says, Entries to this year's
through
Allen with only 5,538 most of the grow- of Commerce or call ph.
in pecan Chamber
the
in the Courthouse. crop Dec. 6. Visit
poor .
Dec. 19, The volume declined from 18,750pounds but the best place to sell late pecans which extends from about Thursday
The Starke Board of Adjustment here Is Walnwright's market. ing range, 4-R278 for an application.

meets at 7 p.m., Thursday. Dec. 27, With the two decline weeks in ago.volume,buyers Prices at the second auction rang- PeCaiiS..P.3A)
(See
in City Hal are not willing to return for another ed from around $.80 to $.90 cents for



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I O'Neal Resigns, Leaves Bradford County for Clay Post


By Buitor Rohn tend and board of the L.M. Gaines
zoning adjustment ed certification as a recycling coor- ner, on property
ICT SloH Writ. meetings, requiring a minimum of dinator for the State of Florida. after a zoning Madison build the
Darrell O'Neal, whose name III nix night meetings each month. facility on W. St.; the
.. 4" :J synonomous with a number of coun- The 1967 Solid Waste ManagementAct Down Memory Lane... rezoning of Reno In northeast Starketo
... .' I ty and city activities, including solid Increased responsibilities of the O'Neal reminisced about some of allow mobile homes In most sections
1 waste disposal and zoning matters, solid waste director by mandating the memorable zoning ; the proposed Wilson Road
; advised the closure of the Bradford more county the Deerfoot
county commisisoners Nov. County cases during bin tenure, listing the apartments; shopping
fl 21 that he has accepted employmentwith landfill and the search for a new center; the battle to correct zoningof
Clay County and will resign his disposal site and means of funding. Alligator following:farm The that Bayless created Highway much the non-conforming county Jail In
Bradford County-Starke position as The State of Florida allowed 13 local Ferryman a residential area; siting the new
Interest the -
of Dec. 31.O'Neal's. area counties to delay closing of ; tire landfill proponed in the Health Department building, and
last day of work will be landfills for 2-3 years while an at- waste Harold the battle with Thermo Environmen-
Dec. IS, since he Is entitled to two tempt watt made to agree on a Wadsworth Speedville area; The the Jerry
weeks vacation. regional facility. The fell Welding Shop; O'Neal..P.3A
group Yates mobile home rezoning that (See
O'Neal's title Is Bradford County apart when Alachua County the In
Court
was overturned in Circuit
largest county in the consortium, insisted
Program Director with respon -
the Sara Wood vs. Bradford Commissioners t
and;
city county zoning on minting the program.
planning, Bradford, Baker and Union Counties case; the Tom Smith
building permits and inspection
travel trailer on Samson Lake
park:
with
solid waste disposal mos participation by the
Road, requiring a full scale comprehensive
Department of
control Corrections,
quito and special pulledout
land amend-
When and established the New River use plan
assignments. wearing the
ment that took than to
a
Solid Waste Association more year
planning hat, O'Neal becomes in- to build a
tri- landfill complete; the Maurice Lee mobile
volved In county special county at Ellerbee Curve
home case that was denied then ap-
in Union
volatile County.
assessments issue
New HE Concession Stand Finished now in Bradford a County. just County Commisisoner Joe Riddick proved a year later; the DuPont
1 Charles llutto, who coordinated the huge effort by dozen of O'Nealll81d he is leaving Bradford and O'Neal attended Monday night development of regional impact involving
four and two
business*and Individual who volunteered their time over the pact County and Starke to advance his meetings for a year while attempting regional counties councils the
6 month to build new Concession Stand/Athletic Building for career and narrow his responsibilities to establish a regional landfill, Carla Hawthorne planning license;
<< liquor
to director of solid then continued in
waste
Hampton Elementary; hand over the building key to School meetings getting denied by the Board of Adjustments
disposal in fast growing medium the tri-county: off the
Superintendent Jim Duncan during the dedication ceremonies held program and appealed to the Bradford com k -
size ground.
Landfill
In Hampton Nov. 26. Clay County. management misisoners, where It was approved.The .
and its impact on the environ O'Neal became the first chairmanof
most notable and most recent
ment, with health hazards the tH- ,
possible county plan a position he
,
case O'Neal avill of Craig Welser
is more nearly related to O'Neal'seducational held until the plans were approvedand :
Bradford and Darrell
vs.
Low-Fat From Concentrate background, a degree permanent board of directors County
Dairy Topping O'Neal, in which the zoning office
from Western Kentucky University was established. In serving as chair-
Low cholesterol whipped topping half-cup serving. Nearly] all the but- in Public Health. man, O'Neal appeared before the issued Issued a two stop building work order.permits That case then j
for that favorite dessert may soon be terfat is gone replaced by approx- O'Neal, a native of Kentucky, governor and cabinet, and lobbied was settled this week, after some
made from frozen milk concentrate- imately one-half to two grams of one came to Alachua County to intern for legislators In behalf of small counties two of litigation.
just thaw, add flavorings and blend. or more vegetable oils low in eight weeks following graduation, in in a legislature dominated by O'Neal years listed the most memorable
Invented by a U.S. Department of saturated fat, such as soybean, corn 1975. O'Neal's sister, Peggy O'Neal large.South Florida counties. city cases, including: Locating the
learned of In the BradfordCounty O'Neal's efforts paid off.The state Darrell O'N.olH.ediag
a
Agriculture scientist the vacancy
whipped- or peanut oil. made new nursing home, Windsor Man I
cream-like topping contains less Food technologist George N. Health Department while available 200 acres of prison for Clay County Pot
than 2 milligrams! of cholesterol per Bookwalter of USDA's Agricultural working for The Telegraph, and land centrally] located for the three
relayed the Information to O'Neal. counties, and allowed the Depart-
Research Service
(ARS
developedthe County Sanitarian Jack Trawick ment of Corrections to participate in
\ T Worth topping. lie earlier formulated a employed O'Neal as county health the landfill as a contractual entity,
low-fat frozen concentrated milk Last Weeks Football
Contest Winner
rather than
as
inspector, a position he held for two a partner.
product made from nonfat dry milk Other related to the tri-
In 1977, O'Neal trips
years. was promoted

j t'otIngStarke Working Research water and at Center ARS'cholesterol-free Northern at Peoria,Regional Illinois.oils. youngest to Bradford environmental health County director health at age director In the 23,Stateof the for Cherokee county O'Neal's landfill, time Iowa absorbed, such, and as the quantitiesof Tampa trip to, Ida Sue Schmitt won with 2 missed but was closest

Golf Club... Bookwalter blended the frozen milk Florida.In Panama City, Sumter County and

The Starke Golf and Country Club concentrate duce the topping.The and. flavorings to pro- his present 1966, O'Neal position was with appointed multiple to landfills.neighboring counties with lined on her guess of the tie breaker and being the early,

wll host two special holiday events new topping can be made with responsibilities including zoning When he was not otherwise engaged
this month.A artificial sweeteners and could be director for the City of Starke. O'Neallitudled for and receiveda
Christmas family covered dish ideal for people who have dietary With a four-member staff, O'Neal 1st Class Landfill Operator's bird. Great Going Ida Sue.
dinner is scheduled Tuesday, Dec. restrictions on milk fat calories or administers the several areas of license from the Department of En- ..
11, beginning at 6:30: p.m. cholesterol, but like to indulge in an ponlllbllitYJ Including supervision vironmental Regulation, and receiv
All members and guests are In- occasional dessert Bookwalter said. of the 16 employee Bradford County
vited. Santa will visit the after din The topping would be marketed as landfill; his office illllues buildingpermits L _
ner activities.A frozen concentrate that would require and conducts building inspections -ti tl ttt tfr
party is planned for New Year's less storage space he and a staff member at-
eve} Mondar'the Dec.club 31, open house to thepubiic. ; I II II II II II II

964-5441 for reservations and infor THE NEWS IS GOING
mation. USDA Commodity Distribution Dates Set I

Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. announces the following dates
Gremlins... II r
for distribution of USDA commodities. Qualifications guidelines and In-
An addition error crept into last come eligibility scale information may be obtained from the Suwannee. II TO COST YOUMORE I
week's issue of The Telegraph. The River Economic Council, Inc.
correct total of the $75 solid waste Commodities must be picked up only at the site designated on the card.
assessment, and the $110 proposed You must pre sent your current card to receive commochtiell. You or either I
assessment for jail operation of two designated alternate may picK up the commoditiell.
Emergency Medical Services and Distribution site and dates are as follows: I
Volunteer Fire Departments total Dec. 10-14( .: STARKE: OUTREACH CENTER, 320 S. Walnut St, 9:00
am.4 I
_ $185, rather than the $200 stated in p.m.Butter
the flour and honey will be distributed this month.
story. Please bring a box or bag to put your commodities in.With I
.. We regret the. .error.. Ed.. t ? -... ,...,. n O 'rt, 9m no w aeww ,m. n raw nn 1
J----I S ,, ,l ''* III bill Utl" > -1,11
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Hampton TownChristinas arty [ I IS Signs Galore Wins Top



Set for Dec. 15 Business ImprovementAward

Hampton has planned Iota of doings pNB
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for the town' Christmas
celebration this year. for OctoberWinner
The annual community Christmas
party is Nt for Saturday, Dec 15, at -
the town hall) at 3p.m. of the October Business space.
The town council okayed a budget Improvement award presented by Lateef Is engaged in promotionsand
total of$300 for the Christmas party the Starke-Bradford County specialty advertising for
and the float which will be entered Chamber of Commerce, is Signs businesses, and can develop adver-
entered In the Starke Christmas Galore, a new business located at brochures,flyers and newsletters
parade. Volunteer are needed' to the former Starlite Motel on US-301 addition to signs,banners and
help work on the float. Please con north, which is being renovated for posters.
- tact any council member, par- business offices or shops.
ticularly Jane Hall, who was put In Eugene Lateef, owner and Generating signs by computer, the
charge of both the party and lining manager of United Networks Promotions company can provide advertising
up decorating manpower. for the and partner In the new using many materials: vinyl on
float. Signs Galore, Inc. occupies the central metal or wood, cardboard posters,
section of the former motel,and metal signs,canvas and plastic ban-
In Other Action... is in process*of.renovating......... the remainder ners,silk screens,screen printed'1'"
of -" for rental
The Town Council, in other action: ;: .!shirts and caps, amoung others.. __
Voted to contract to top and .
shape the oak beside the town hall to October's Business Improvement Award Winner... Amnesty Days Collections Resume Jan. 5 .
: remove the dead wood at a price of -
Gene Lateef owner of United Network Promotions The building Is part of the former Starlite Motel Amnesty Days will resume collec- government agencies and small
$625.Approved part-time temporary and partner of Signs Galore, Inc.. receive a Business which has been renovated for the business. The re- ting in the North Central Florida businesses the opportunity to pro-
help to help city employee Doug Improvement Award plaque from Dr. Bill Marchese, mainder of the motel is also being renovated and will Regional Planning Council area perly dispose of up to 100 pounds of
Williamson catch up (approximately Chairman of the Business Improvement Committee of be used for commercial rental space when completed. January 8 1991. hazardous waste at no cost.
32 hour) since much of the Chamber of Comme.e.I In Bradford
so - ------- County, collections of
Williamson's time was taken up dur- household hazardous wastes, up to Amnesty Days has three main ob-
ing the recent race to complete the 100 pounds per family,are scheduledfor jectives: (1) To purge Florida of
+ water grant project before applying $110 Assessment. (from page lA) Saturday,January 8,9 a.m.until significant amounts of hazardous
II for the new grant.Approved .. 3 p.m:,at the parking lot at the north waste. (2) To educate citizens about
Clerk Martha Williams end of the county courthouse. the safe and proper management of
I to purchase a small heater (max- raised taxes when the county had a Harry Cooney of Starke decriedthe Hill."I hazardous waste. (3) To help
I -. imum $40) for the office at the town surplus to draw on asked Chairman lack of law enforcement sayinghis don't know, answered Chair- Saturday January 19, collections citizens better understand the need
hall, which is otherwise unheated. Carter.The commission{ would have business, the Old Glory Feed man Carter. are scheduled for union County in for a permanent facility to collect
-- -Approved a $30 monthly donation been blamed for that, and rightly so, Store was robbed and nothing was "I'll tell you-" you could cut backon Lake Butler. hazardous waste in their county.
to fund the youth project which was said Carter. ever done. services, said Hill. The popular Amnesty Days Amnesty Days has a 100-pound
program
started by Marshal John Hodges to New expenses also keep croppingup Joe Cox," a volunteer fireman had Nothing in law tells you govern- was reauthorized by the 1988 limit and does not accept latex paint.
provide safe and supervised( ac- such as a $19 000 contamination no problem with the $10 assessmentfor ment has to be big said Hill. A Florida Legislature for another Used motor oil and batteries will be
tivities for Hampton youth. Hodgeshas study for the landfill l which the board fire protection, but opposed the bureaucracy wants to perpetuateitself state wide sweep.The con- accepted for recycling. The program
been funding the project out of cut from the budget but which Solid jail and EMT assessment. Cox said said Hill. ducted by the Department program of Environmental will not accept biologically ac-
his own pocket. The money will be Waste Director Darrell O'Neal said emergency medical services shouldbe } Regulation, gives tive waste radioactive waste, gas
It Off...
I used for refreshments and decora- Monday must be addressed because self-supporting. Clerk Norman Putting households, schools, farmers cylinders, or ordnance material.
tions for the monthly get-togethers. contamination has been found in a said he is addressing that problemand Commissioner Wilbur Waters sug-
Approved $140 for paint and sup- test well at the power plant.The con- some improvement should be gested delaying the vote on the
plies to paint the inside of the tuwn tamination correction plan Is ready evident shortly. assessments: saying he and the two
hall, including the ceiling. Marshal and the Department of Environmental Lawtey Councilman Wayne new board members need more timeto
John Hodges volunteered to do the Regulation is demanding the Massey urged all) city commissioners think.
painting free of charge. The council work begin on a series of wells to to vote against the Commissioner Arthur Gaskins
also approved approximately$40( fora determine the extent of the contamination assessments. said he wouldn't vote Monday under
new light fixture to replace one O'Neal said. Starke resident Peggy Kelly, who any circumstances, and asked for a w

that makes a constant buzzing noisein sat through the budget preparation workshop. #
the town hall. The purchase of The People Said... sessions, said property taxes shouldbe y *sM'tn rrr
new drapes was discussed. Council Some 60 people overflowed the increased since that would cost The Plan... f
Member June Haddock and Mayor county commission meeting room most residents less than the $110 Commissioners will ask each
Lola Williamson will look into drape Monday. assessments.Only properties valuedat municipality to approve the
patterns and costs and report back Charge the Inmates for staying In $150,000 or over, of which there assessments: for which they have a
to the council. the jail suggested Debra Broome of are few in the county would exceedthe
) Hampton.Carl assessment proposed; she said. use.Or, the municipality can provideits
Pecans. Johnson of the Keystone area Ms. Kelly also said she is led up with own service. Starke,for instance,
.. said garbage was covered years ago the EMT service, which took 27 has a fire department and would not ..
at the landfill,but now blows all over minutes to reach her home when her need the $10 fire protection assess i
I (-from page 1A) the place. If that's an example of husband was in shock from a bee ment.
Ocala up to-north central Georgiaand how the landfill will be operated, sting, and she feared he might die. But, for instance, Starke has no
into the Carolina along the Johnson said, he opposes any more Brooker councilman Gene Melvin rescue service of its own. The city
coastal plain.Bradford assessments. opposed the assessments. It takes 17 could agree to pay the $35 EMT
I county was fortunate in Hampton Councilman James minutes for a fire truck to reach assessment or provide Its own ser- '

having a "pretty good crop", Allen Thomas expressed opposition to all Brooker, rendering Bradford fire vice. If the county had to transport a _..._ .. .... .
said, "the best in a couple of years. assessments,which he said would be service useless in that area, Melvin Starke wreck victim, for example, ...1 -- --.-- .
Even the$.80 to$.90 per pound price never-ending. said. "People still think you're the county could charge the city for
I for seedlings was a good price. George Wertz told commmiaJ throwing it down their throats," said the service.
stoners to cut expenses. Wertz also Melvin of the assessments. The new plan has been suggestedby
said the people should vote on the Malcolm Hill, a Sampson Lake new County Attorney Bill Bes- Xi e OfferingYouAG
assessment. resident, told commissioners an out-
I The ancient Egyptians cultivated Mrs.Lou Miller,who said she liveson side firm could probably run the jail ent.Once commissioners heard Bea-
r the wild watermelon. Pictures of the GoltHwsHrf Bradford County cheaper than the county. Personally sent's suggestion, they backed off
the fruit have been found In the on Uie t hofc f Santa JfctLake I think you should shut it down," ,.putting the assessment up for. g vote....: :, = t;NeVJ IOli .LOOk.
rollderrO4ti44)yia'. 1lda. : APIT urged ei '\ s ttf\\\' bait nand said Hill of the jail. V 'a:**':_--as._ was once suggeated'u."What '-_ "
I. do1 If' the "asledf4,
help commissioners "njjnt'the "What would the board if they turn It down,
battles. assessments are rejected, asked Commissioner Carter.
The New Basics Makeup Collection. $10.00 With


I Utility Deposit. WumpgetA) '. .:'. Any IM.50 Purchase


Starke in the middle deposit range of binder the property,and receiveda Schaefer said the markers will will report for duty Dec. 12. With everything in our New Basics beauty bonus you
other area towns and cities providing "go-ahead' to negotiate a firm cost $350 each, for a total of $1,400 Approve a second fire truck in the can have a complete holiday makeover. The entire collec-
a full range of utilities. price and get a binder for the city. and will be placed in an appropriate Christmas parade for Kris Kringle
The council approved a temporary location. to ride on. Futch said there will be tion comes in a beautiful makeup tray and it's just f 10 with
Employee Added... replacement to allow a Purchasing Schaefer said he thinks fund rais- 8-10 fire trucks the parade, reliev- any 114.50 Merle Norman cosmetic purchase. So come in
Department employee maternity will not since it fears that the would lack
Clerk Wise told the council she ing pose a problem ing city
needs an additional computer leave. The council limited the timeto is sponsosred by the American protection.Heard and start celebrating your most beautiful holiday ever.
operator in order to reduce overtime six months at Weldon's request. Legion,and possibly: other organiza- Weldon explain that the
and provide for "cross-training" of tions In the county. loop is broken that controls the traf- mERLE nORffiAn-
employees in the city Business Of- Fund Raiser... Schaefer says fund raising wil fic light at Edwards Road and
fice. Wise said overtime cost the city Former Councilman Charles begin after the holidays.The US-301, and the state doesn't have COSMETIC STUDIOS
about $9,000: last year, and adding Schaefer requested city permissionto council agreed to Schaefer's funds in the budget for $500 repairs.
another clerk will increase payroll place four markers in Veteran's request.In The light now functions on a timer, 118 Thompson Street
about $10,000,' but will eliminate Memorial Park to commerated the rather than on demand.
overtime. names of service persons that diedin Other Actions... Advised Barbra Duski and Cheryl Starke Florida 32091
The council, almost without the four conflicts, WWI WWII, In other actions, the council: Cheney to contact the Starke Boardof ..
discussion, approved the request on Korea and Viet Nam. Name of the Heard Commissioner Steve Adjustment concerning their request I 964-7355
a 4-0 vote.The Job will be advertised deceased will be Inscribed on the Futch report that a female has been to locate a mobile home on
markers. hired for the Fire Department, andSantisIitdeHelpers. property in the city.
Christmas Bonus... .
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Wise asked the council to approve
a $50 Christmas bonus for all city -
employees in lieu of Christmas
"
-
party, saying employees prefer the Share Your Holiday With C
money, and employee's families are ; -
helped with the extra money.' A Needy Child. -
The council approved the bonus. I t


Purchase Property...
In a prior meeting City Opera-
tions Manager Bill Weldon proposedthat
the city purchase a house and
lot at 212 Redgrave St.. adjacent to
the Call Street substation for future
expansion of the electrical facility.
The parcel contains approximately rqr K
one acre,with a 3 bedroom, 3 bath
house that can be rented until such &
time the city needs to enlarge the

substation.The .
property can be purchased for
$60,000-163,000, according to
estimates by city officials.
This week City Attorney Terence '
Brown asked the city council if it Li(
wished for him to proceed with a

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media.In Great Gift Ideas Under $20 $10 or more
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board and board of adjustment set for each. And they're all under 120. So come into Merle Save Holiday Entertainment.
members for their and your
willingness to volunteer cooperation time to good Norman and make the seaSon a little more beautiful.

government He wished them well In /
their zoning continued regulations.work in carrying out meRLE nopmnn &

O'Neal's new position requires COSMETIC STUDIOS118.Thompson
him to relocate to day County; but
be says he won't go very far. His Street f Phone 964-6308 ( Starke )
wife, Susan Faulkner O'Neal has a
successful real estate business In Starke Florida 32091
town which they do not plan to give Offer valid tot normal buuIUttans wired serviceable.....
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home for 15 yean.The O'Neals have
.Bradford County sand In their shoes.

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Sen. Walker x North Florida Incinerator Alley I 1 I II



,I Pre-Files Bills tJr'7UT77VfiCT"V DwALTo


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In a statement released last week plans, local land use ordinances, zoning 4-Proves that a facility to burn cutwater* in Florida. I welcome the
Senator Walker said, "I am seeking ac- ordinances or regulations, siting hazardous waste,hazardous waste fuel, >>ubllc'* experience and help In getting
tive support of this legislation. I will be criteria, or construction or operation or biohazardous materials may not be this important. legislation passed into -
calling on all citizens during the public criteria relating to facilities that burn transferreed (to any individual or corporation law. ,
hearing process to either come to hazardous waste or other related mat- ) for more than the actual cost PEARL IIARBOR
the initial
of obtaining the permit by ap- "I expect tG have hearing on these
Tallahassee to show their or to ter mentioned in paragraph No. 1. It
support, plicant, as adjusted for inflation.In bills In the Senate as early all possible,
call other Senators and 'Representatives also provides that no construction, her news release Senator Walker and my office will be callilll with the. DECEMBER 7
to lobby for the passage of these modification, or operation of a facility said, "I strongly feel that this is the exact date and time.soon all the committees DAY
bills. burning such materials will be allowed year we will get results on regulating have set their meeting
until the additional siting criteria are hazardous and biomedical waste in- schedule for January," Walker said.
The four bills would:

1-Require the applicant for a permitfor met. .
construction, modification, or 3-Provides that an applicant for a

operation of a facility to burn hazar- permit to operate a facility to burn Jim Bacchus .
dous waste, hazardous waste fuel, or hazardous materials mentioned in

blohazardous materials to notify each paragraphs 1 and 2, must provide proof

unit of local government within three that the proposed facility will serve an New Orlando District
Congressman from
miles of the proposed facility, and existing need within the comprehensive

publish public notice in a local planning district in which the facilitywill

newspaper at least 90 days before filing serve an existing need within the Used Community Service to Win SeatA

the application. comprehensive planning district in
which the facility is proposed to be
2-Would allow local governments to political newcomer with clone ties Considering the political makeup of
adopt through their comprehensive located. to Starke, is the newly/ elected U.S. the district, the Times said "Even a
Representative in Florida's 11th narrow win significant for Bacchus
__ District, filling the seat vacated by Bill and the Democrats".More voters in the
., n .. Nelson prior to resigning to" make an 11th District live in Brevard and Indian
unsuccessful try for the governorship of River Counties than in Baccbus's home
'' Florida. county of Orange. After the election,

E'D''T'OfRt;; 1 'i. : I'' ('t'S> Jim Bacchus, a 40-year-old Orlando reporters told in the him history that he of was the South the first to

i \, ; : .,!!' .. 'i'rJ ." .." ./ .... .: i lawyer, journalist, and one-time adviser win Democrat an open seat in Congress in a heavily -

... ,:. ".. --" .. .... . ,, -. ,1 to Governor Reubin Askew is the Republican district.
T' man. He is married to the former :; '
Rebecca McMillan, daughter of retired Bacchus is currently spending two
Starke surveyor Merrill G. McMillan, weeks at a "freshman orientation"course
Senator Walker's Bills Would and granddaughter of the late H.E. in Washington,preparing for the
Lagergren, a pioneer in this
surveyor "baptism of fire" that he and other con
area, and past writer and pinch-hit
will undergo
Slow Down Incinerator gressional newcomers
AlleySenator
editor of. The Bradford County after being sworn into office In
Telegraph.As January. One of their first duties may
a Democratic activist, Bacchus be to cast their votes on the difficult
Walker has prefiledbills Senator Walker's other bills will allow keenly interested hi civic and political question of whether or not Congress
Sherry local governments to adopt the necessary affairs in the Orlando area, and won a should approve President Bush's ap
to be introduced at the upcoming land use ordinances, zoning ordinances, close race over his GOP opponent In Bacchus at Bat parent plans for an early offensive
legislative session in an effort to stop, or heavily Republican District Eleven. against Iraq, at an estimated cost of
at least slow down, what she calls the and other criteria for siting and construc- This House seat had been targeted for a Bacchus is credited by the St. thousands of American lives.That may
"North Florida Incinerator Alley" across tion of the facility, with no work to start win by the national GOP committee in Petersburg Times with running "a prove to be a tough one for the

of the State from the Atlantic to until these criteria are met.A an effort to build up the party's strength picture-perfect three-year campaignwith freshman congressmen.
our part
in Congress. the able assistance of his wife,
third bill would require proof by the
the Alabama line.
Rebecca. According to the Times: "He
In
seeking this highly prized goal of
that there is a definite needforsuch Bacchus's wife, Rebecca, stayed
applicant both parties, politically Bacchus organized no well and raised so much
It's about time someone did somethingto a facility within the comprehensive mounted a populist-based savvy campaign, money that no other Democrat ventured home with their young son, Joey. In ad-
stop what seems to be an intentional planning district in which it is proposed to working under his conviction that into the race (for nomination in dition to helping her husband in his successful

design to place these unwanted hazar- be located. No proven need-no permit. voters in the 11th District vote for the the September primaries)" woman,political employed effort as,an she account is a career executive

dous waste facilities in the sparsely settl- The fourth bill stipulates that a permitto Every mannot weekend necessarily he rounded for up the his party.supporters Up through the General Election in with the Frailey/Wilson Advertising

ed (comparatively speaking) area of our burn hazardous waste, or hazardous and anyone else who was in- November, Bacchus spent around Agency in Orlando. She is a
state, where low income counties have waste fuel or biohazardous materials terested in community betterment, t800 OlIO much more than ne thinks anycandidate graduate of Bradford High School, and
,
valedictorian of the Class of 1971.
neither the financial means nor the not be transferred from one party to such as cleaning-up a park or a beach or should be forced to spend. He was
defend themselves.How may 'lending a hand'm a soup kitchen forthe favor campaign reform-especially in .r. _
,strength to ?
voting sites ,another for more than the actual casts oftife]!lwhunFJIi..One )mkend jlp,recruited! a the area of excessive s pending'which sd w ; Re ja\1Jve:: \ qoj plans forth
many new'hazardous waste in the obtaining the permit by .tb ...iJ4.PpJt)\ :,,;,,3, .,..,,;acyvjsW.tp{ re? children 1 a Head'1 hatr bec6tti ; neet have you heard of being proposed cant. Start center fhat ad afo on MX tidtftic's.'A1h6t ? 'well Ilfu !ddhtaAvic'uitory ; future. For the' time being: Jim will
Tampa-Orlando-Daytona Beach axis, or waiting list. Home builders providedthe was a hard-fought squeaker-not a commute back home for itveekends in
the Palm Beach-Miami-Fort. Myers cor- Senator Walker is asking for public materials, labor unions sent landslide-with Bacchus getting 52 per- Orlando, where he and Rebecca await
ridor? support for this important legislation, carpenters and electricians, and Head cent of the vote to 48 percent for his another addition to their family this
and will hold hearings on these bills in the Start parents provided lunches. The job Republican opponent.4Critic spring.

Senator Walker's map of the "North Senate as soon as possible. She will need, got done.

Florida Incinerator Alley" shows no less and is asking support, from the concerned -

than ten proposed, or already function- public that has been protesting the in-

ing, hazardous waste incinerators strung stallation of incinerators in this North

out, mostly in small towns, from St. Florida area for a year or more. Concerned Says County Commissioners Dollywood Star
Escambia citizens must Senator Walker the
Johns County on the East to give
County on the Alabama border. support she needs. This may be shown by Knowledge of Government Will Present

attending the forthcoming hearings in ...
The four bills that Senator Walker hasprefiled Tallahassee]] or by calling]] other Senatorsand Concert HereThe

would require applicants for Representatives to enlist their sup- Editor, Telegraph: board rOOm of the courthouse, supposedly -
hazardous waste facilities to give 90 days' port in this effort. Yesterday, Monday, Dec. 3, spent to apprise the new Commissioner main attraction at
Dollywood,
the entire day with fellow citizens and to the need for the
all
notice to local governments in the affected proposedassessments. Dolly Parton's theme
Senator Walker in tak- park at Pigeon
We
congratulate taxpayers, trying to convince the Brad- They also plan to have
area, and to inform the public ing this initiative, and hope that those ford County Commission that we didn'twant another public meeting on Thursday, Forge the ,Bradford Tennessee, will perform at

through newspaper ads. This is greatly who have expressed so much concern or need another tax assessment. I Dec. 27, at 7:30 p.m. for the purpose of Auditorium, High School
January
needed since neither Starke nor Bradford hazardous waste incineration, which was amazed at just how little our com- taking a final vote on the assessment Entertainer James 10,1991.
County officials had any notice of the In- over missioners knew about the cost 01operatlJ.g question for 1991. We, as citizens and songwriter Rogers, a
has been and still is an imminent threatin musician singer,
county government.Time of Bradford
taxpayer' County, must
cinerator proposed for our Industrial this area, to give Senator Walker the after time, basic questions once again try to convince the Commissioners storyteller and comic, will! present a
concert for the
Park until DER published a Notice of In- support she will need to prevent this area regarding the budget were deferred to that we can't afford moreassessments Food benefit of the Bradford -

tent to issue the permit for this facility, from becoming a part of "The North an accountant or the county attorney. and that it is their responsibility by the County American Pantry,sponsored

allowing only 14 days for anyone wantingto Florida] Incinerator Alley". Commissioners, who I had reason to to represent the people of Bradford and the Legion Post.Legion All Auxiliary proceeds
believe were in charge of county County.
protest it. from the will
program be donated to
government departments, had little or Until we are heard and understood on the food
no knowledge regarding its cost or its this issue,:we must continue our effortsto The pantry.Is
Chiles Sets ExampleFor activities. I am convinced that there find Commissioner who will respect tainment program and contains family type enter
has been little on the partof and the something for
I or no attempt represent voters of this county. everyone, young and old
our Commissioners to operate within Malcolm Hill alike
guaranteed to
Officials TooIf within income and that generate
County budget amount or of taxes or assessments will no Sampson Lake applause from has all who attend.
Rogers performed on the
be FlowerSnatchersAre
ever enough. Grand Ole Opry with Hank Snow
they haven't done so, Bradford Coun- it costs, a successful city office holder to The attempt the by these Commissioners services Sick, Sick Sick Bill Anderson, Ricky Scaggs Bill J
remove ,
ty commissioners should take note of a made a suggestion last year that seems to and fire protection Jail emergency from regular funding Irate_Victim Says Monroe and others. He warked as a
guest star for
news item and editorial in the Wednes- make sense, and follows state procedureswhen sources is little more than Dear M:, Editor: Roy Clark Alabama, Leon,Russell Glen Campbell the-
day Dec. 5 issue of the Florida Times trickery.
state coffers low.
get I'm Whites, Steve Martin, Exile
to Dolly
write this
Union in which reference is made toredudng The Commission now plans to have a compelled letter. It'sa Parton, Charlie
Gatlin
Larry
The official said if he were a commis- workshop which is open to the public on letter to the person or persons/who go McClaln. and
governmental expenditures by sioner he would advise each around stealing plants and hanging
Constitu- Dec.
Thursday 5. at 7:30 p.m. In the At Cesar's Palace
Governor Elect Lawton Chiles.) basket of flower, from the Senior in Las Vegas
tional officer to reduce his budget by 10 Citizens of Starke. James was the guest entertainer for
Chiles has pleased many conserative percent, using whatever means he felt the international] Model and Talent
Democrats and Republicans by his stand best served his office. In a $9 million Now that Christina Is coming up, Convention.
The
against state taxes next and Telegraph'sLetter how do you feel? Are you looking for Roger represented Chattanooga,
raisin year, budget, a 10 percent reduction would elin- ward to Old Santa
coming to ? Tennessee
see you as
to least for the time a goodwill ambassador
put being minate the deficit and Policy Have
$900,000 county you thought about what you did? and performer in Hamm,
that Democrats believe in tax and spendin services would continue virtually unaf- What did you do with my flowers? Did Germany in 1978.

all situations.To fected. Letter to the Editor should be typed(or you Mil them or Just let them die? Are At the University of Bern,
the Bradford voter plainly wriIIen),douhlo-iiMoad bMw. alino you the same person that goes to the Switzerland, James received a stan-
average County There has never been a budget ,ud limited to not mon them two cemetery and steal flower' from the ding ovation for his performance
and even to those who attend board ted that cannot be reduced without affecting dead?Do you have any Idea how it feel there before the student body.

meetings, there is little evidence that service. pel.AU kuera mutt(sinned/ and IDcIude die to go out to give your plant a drink of He has recorded six albums. Even
county officials are operating "bare- wriua-i MldraM nd phone aaaba. water and find they have been flower- though that "I>'., hit" baa eluded his
bone''budgets or that there has been The voters of Bradford County have Unsigned leuon will napped? If you only knew how long we grasp, those days might be drawing
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government services. Who do commis- exception upon raquwt beau grow from bulbs to of Grand Ole Opry, said that a
free advice is worth exactly what sioners represent? All lotion cue should b. plants,only to find them gone. hit record is the only; thing that
ncnde.m.tgry,end Two of my plant were over 12 year separates James Roger' from the
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Darlene Thornton, tons and other flowers reflecting the
daughter of W.J. and Annie Mae color scheme of the wedding. The
Thornton and Randall Alvin Griffin, Flower Girls were Julee Gunder
I 1' son of Alvin and Geraldine Griffisexchanged dressed in a yellow, lace-covered
vows Oct. 20 at the New ,gown,and Crystal Gunter dressed In
T'- River New Congregational .a mint green.covered In l lace.
Methodist Church In Lawtey.
Rev. David L. Hodges and Rev. The bride, escorted by her father, N
John W. Yarbrough officiated (be 7 Rev. W.J. (Dub) Thornton, was
'''\.. p.m. ceremony. adorned in a white, floor-length
Pianist and soloist Gary GrtffU, satin gown accented with pearls ana
'" the groom's brother supplied the sequins. Her back was opened with
.. nuptial manic accompanied by Pearls streaming to the bow accenting i
"l"t. soloist Alice Thornton. the bride's her waist with a white satin
Uter-ln-law.. train. She carried a cascade of roses
The church wan decorated and miniature carnations She worea
beautifully with multi-colored pew teardrop diamond necklace. Her
bows a fan arch candleabra. 2 heartcandfeabras headpiece and veil were accented
", S' and baskets of mixed with pearls and sequins.
flowers. Glass votive candles were
:; placed In the windows of the church. The wedding also featured a
'\ Serving the groom was his Best miniature bride and groom, Denese
Man, Alvin Grlffi dressed In a light Thornton and Randall Griffis.
grey tuxedo with an orchid cumber- Dense wore a long white gown 7
bun The ushers, Rudy Thornton covered with ruffles and lace with a ,
Ralph Thornton,Allan Thornton nd matching train. Her headpiece was
Lee Parrish were wearing made of white silk roses and her veil
... . with tails wrapped In cumberbuns was waist length. Her bouquet was a ai
matching the attendants dresses. smaller version of the brides. Randall
The Ringer bearers were wore a white tuxedo matching
Thornton and Jonathan Griffis, both the groom's with an orchid cumber-
dressed in light grey tuxedoa with
white ties and cumberbuns. bun.The
reception was held at the
The Maids of Honor serving the Church's Fellowship Hall. Decora-
bride was Sharon (Bush) Hutchins tions included pink and lavender
and Karen Hodges. Sharon's gown streamer and blue lace table cover-
was a floor length pink silk-satin ings. A lavender wall featured.big
gown with bows accenting her heart centering was
shoulders. Karen wore a floor length
orchid gown with lace and satin The bride's table was covered with
They both carried bouquets of roses, white lace featuring a fountain rake
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carnations and other flowers
reflec- centered between two small fan
Mr.ft Mrs.Malcolm H.Crew ting the colors scheme of the wed- table candleabras with two crystal Mr.It Mrs.Randall Griffis .
ding with matching ribbons praying hand bells given to the bride
The attendants were Christina by her father.
Thornton, Mary Thornton and Michelle Hodges and Annette a 1977 graduate of Lake Butler High
Brown-Crews Teressa Green. Christina wore a The punch table was decorated Thornton greeted the guests. Carol School and Is employed at Lake
Married
floor-length blue satin, off-the- blue with white lace and baskets of Thornton cut the cake and Joy Butler Apparel as Production Coor
t shoulder, ruffled gown trimmed in pink, blue and lavender flowers ac- Thornton attended the bride's book. dinator.
white lace. Mary's dress was peach cented by bows.ThomasSmith. Other servers were Cyba Griffis, Following the honeymoon at
beaded and Teressa', pink they were Sheila Griffis and Craven. Disney World and St. Augu.shm
Kimberly A. Brown, daughter of was puffed from a heavily Dorothy
Harvey F. Brown of Starke, and band of silk venise lace.She carred a carried designed as the first of attendant.They The bride Is life long resident of Beach, the couple will residt In
'" bouquets roses, carna Starke.
Malcolm H. Crews,Jrs..son of Jesse large cascade of white bridal roses, Bradford County and the groom was
Kembers of Palatka and Malcolm H. miniature white orchids, baby's
Crews, Sr. of Lake Butler, were breath, white stephanotis and laced
united in marriage in Morgan Road with ivy. She was adorned with her 1
Baptist Church Oct. 5. Maternal Grandmother's pearl]earrings United in Marriage Oct. 27
Revs. Bob Cooper and Beaver and carried her Paternal
Twist officiated the ceremony. Grandmother's lace handkerchief.
Organist Mona Canova suppliedthe The wedding was directed by Pam Vicki Diane Thomas, daughter of bearer was Adam Wilson, and the
nuptial music accompanied by Whittle. Mr. ft Mrs. Doyle Thomas of Starke bridebook attendant was Dana tit
soloist Sylvia Reddish. Out of town guests were Mr. & and Gordon Smith,son of Mr.ft Mrs. Bowen.
Serving the groom as Best Man Mrs.Jack Brown Mr. &Mrs.Albert Lester Willingham of Starke and Mr. Serving the bride were Matron of t
was Mike Johnson. Ushers were Cline Mrs. Myrtle 1 Bolick and Mrs. Charles Smith of Wooster, Ohio ex- Honor Becky Tbomassen and Maidof
Cory Brown, James Shaw and Kage Dorothy Little all from Claremont changed their vows in .a wedding Honor Melissa Burnsed. Their
Crews.The Ring Bearer was Master N.C. Mr. ft Mrs. Charles Durelle) ceremony Oct. 27 and the First dresses were a bridal original
Troy Whittle. and Mr.ft Mrs.Joe Duran from Pen- United Methodist Church of Starke. featuring a floor length coral taffeta
Attending the bride were Matronof sacola, FL. Mr. ft Mrs. Ralph Rev. Dewight McQueen officiated with lace bodice, cumberband waist
Honor Denise Palmer and Henderson of Jacksonville and Mr. at the 4:00 wedding ceremony. with a large bow in the back. Atten-
bridesmaids Vonda Kay Cooper ft Mrs. Herbert Holland from The couple was joined In'' a dants were Dawn Mosley, Clare
Sharon Miller and Dawn Crews. All Gainesville. beautiful scene with candle aisle Jackson, Rhonda Varnes Martha
were dressed in Ballerina length Greeting guests at the reception markers marking the pews. Flowers Batten, Teresa Hobbs and Tammy
Cerise pink taffeta dresses with puffed L Of"rJJ1. \ ,_, golden Dempsey. Flower girls were Lesley
sleeves, sweetheart neckline,,",,' ti[ [e ta4 *, fuzzypgrp 'HenryT:.,Tifflariy, AderHoltT'. ana
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+alst with b w in back. 1 Christina,Vickery.:: .Mu -
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.,. "- };ac Maid cascadit lItJuq able with '.brideding_ ohua pews. tree "Eroitedtawir'the'ahile' W> MYJ,
shades of pink and white rosebuds, groom accompanied by candleabras and palms while spiral father the bride was wearing a gown
miniature orchids and centered witha crystal candleabras with white candleabras enhanced the beauty of designed satinEve of Milady. A gown
large cerise pink passion lily, In- tapers and pink bouquets. Becky the cross. Floral arrangements set of white pearl beading L-
termingling with ivy. Pink bridal Thomassen and Linda Boles served on columns adorned each aide of the lace and sequins applique, featured
flowers were worn in their hair. All the cake. The punch table was also spirals. The alter area was flanked a wedding band collar, leg of mutton
attendants dresses were made by decorated in crystal and pink bOu- with 2 more tree candleabras and 2 sleeves, re-embroidered chantilly FtJi
the bride's mother. The Flower Girl quets with Margie Lamb and Twyla floral arrangements consulting of lace with beads and sequins and a
was Brittany Brown, the bride's Roberts attending liatrice, roses, gerberas, stattce, full skirt with chapel train. Her
niece. Brittany wore a long pink taffeta The groom's table was accented in fuzzy pom-poms, iris, monticaslno headpiece was southern syle with a
dress similar to the bridesmaids pink centered with a 2-tier chocolate and carnations with palms and ferns wide brim hat of lace and satin, net
with a large bow in the back cake also crowned with a miniature throughout. bow with Venice lace motifs with
and she carried a white lace basket. bride and groom. Ramona Vaccaro Organist Barbara Murray supplied pearl beads and sequins. Her bouquet -
The Bible Bearer was Brooke and Shanee Michoe served the cake. the nuptial music accompaniedby was a cascade consisting of ,
Thomassen. Brooke's dress was the Buffet table servers were Alice Carol MUner, Charlene Francis, mixed vivid colors of monticasino, '
same as Brittany's and she carried a Crawford, Linda Brown and Kelly Billy Harrison and Charnelle 1'OIIeII.erberu,golden aster,yellow
lace covered bible. Holmes. Floor hostesses were Liz McPherson.Rob lillles, minlcarnations, purple
The Bride was dressed in a Coburn,Erma White and Earnestine Spitze served the groom as statice and ivy. The honor atten-
designer gown of Chantilly lace overa Underbill. Satin Rose passers were Best Man and Larry Cochran, Joe dants and all the bridesmaids car-
full bouffant skirt of matte taffeta. Gail Twist and Dawn Twist. Ricebag Wilson Jimmy Smith, Jason Smith ried similar bouquets in a shorter :
The dress featured a Queen Anne passers were Amber Roberts and were his ushers. Groomsman were version of her cascade. err a
neckline and silk venise motifs witha Suzann Whittle. Michelle Osteen Jeff Johsnon, Jason Bennett, The reception hall was highlightedwith
basque waist extending to a s cathedra) train. The gown was Following their honeymoon in the Feltner, Craig Rust and lights. Mum plants and snap dragon it
heavily beaded with iredescent Great Smokey Mountains, the cou- Richard Crosby. The Ring Bearer plants adorned all of the guests table
bead; and pearls. The fingertip veil ple will reside in Lake Butler. was Wyatt Vickery, the Communion while grapevine wreathes decorated l
walls and oors at the country club.
The bridal table held 2 silver
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.. done In the vivid bridal
Wal-Mart Donation Assists colon using monticaslno, peach was a huge arrangement of fresh NORMAN'S
...Starke Elem. roses, gerberas, iris, liatrice, mini fruits and cheeses with a fountain in
Local Environmental EffortGazette carnations, golden aster, yellow the middle. On each end of the food
lillles statice and The table were tapering trees made of
Dates to remember: ,__ purple ivy. ROADSIDE
Christmas Store. brides cake was three tier with a fresh strawberries. Punch bowls,
Dec.3-14-P.T.O.
fountain surrounded by six heart. grooms cake and champagne fountain
Santa Claus at school Dec. 7 and In continuing their commitment to or if you or your group shaped cakes and decorated with were all adorned with fresh MARKET
Dec. 14. Picture buttons can be help improve our environment, would participate, call Ann at the fresh flowers in mixed color greenery and flowers.
made with Santa for $3 each.Christmas associates of the Starke WalMartare Chamber of Commerce, 864-5278. Arrangements were placed on the Mrs.Linda Bowen and Mrs.Jamie 301 North of Starke
Dec. 13 P.T.O. presenting a 1500 check to Adopt- food table, guest boot table and gift Cochran cut the cake and Mrs.Terri
Musical at 7 p.m., BHS auditorium.Dec. A-Hlghway,Starke-Bradford County Coleman
tables done in cherab angle containers Wilson and Mrs. Nancy -964.9152-
14 Awards Assemblies for Chamber of Commerce Beautification of silver adorned with the served at the punch table. The .. .. .. _.
Grades K-2. Committee, Chairperson: Marjorie Order ofEastern Star beautiful mixed bridal colon. champagne fountain was served by
Dec. 19 Jan. 2 Christmas and
Thomson and Starke-Bradford Mrs. Judy Hansen. Mrs. Sylvia Indian River
students. The centerpiece of the food table
for
Service
New Year's Holidays County Chamber Director Anita Thanksgiving Underhill, Mrs. Shirley Andrews.
Rink.,The funds are to be used for Frances Chapter No. 140 of O.E.S. Direction was under Mrs. Carolyn FRUITNavelsHamelins
Country Club Hosts community environmental projects, cordially Invites you to worship with Eaves.
such as tree planting.. = themln their St. John the Evangelist The music was provided by The
Holiday EventsThe Each Wal-Mart store, Sam'*Club Thanksgiving Service, Sun. De. 9 at band Legal Tender.
Starke Golf and Country Club Wal-Mart' ,Hypermart USA, and 3 p.m. at Mt. PlIIgah A.M.E. church. 9' Following the honeymoon in
will be hosting two special holiday Distribution Center, across the company's The pastor, Rev. George Hartsfield GaUinbufg, Tn. and the Smoke Grapefruit Tangerines
state trade territory is will reside in
events. On Dec. 11, at 6:30: p.m., 32- will be the speaker. Mountains the couple
making this donation, to a non-profit Starke.
there will be a Christina Family 444CHHISTmflS
environmental
covered dish dinner. All member organization serving
and guests are invited to attend. its immediate community, resultingin .\_ii_11_11>0111 Il_UiIIAU_UAlr_11!_IleII_U_ll_ll11_11_114i
Santa will also. a total of $1.3 million to be given TREES
New Years Eve Is by the company., r I
On a party
planned which will: be "Open to the More 'Information about the i Club SCOTCH PINES
Public". For reservations and info, Chamber's, Adopt-A-Hlghway program Starve golf & Country i $15.00 and
call 964-5441. will be in the next ChamberExpression i up
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BirthsAlexia Thompson of Arcadia. J Club
StittSmithTo Paternal Grandparents Inman N Woman's
and Lavelle Avery of Live Oak. Paternal Grandparents are Betty Hosts Dinner
Wed Jan. 26 G. Shockley and the late George
Avery Shockley of Orange Park. Great- Members of the Woman's Club of
Elizabeth H. Stitt, daughter of George Richard and Julie Avery of Jeffrey M. ShockleySam grandmother la Zelpha) Shockley of Starke are invited to a Christmas
Wayne and Diane Mundorff of Lawtey, announce the birth of a &Darlene Shockley of Starke Portland, Or. Dinner at the clubhouse on Dec. 12 at
Keystone, and William Stitt, Jr. of daughter, Alexia Georgia Avery on announce the birth of a son, Jeffrey Members are invited to
11:30 a.m.
Panama City, and Johnny C. Smith, Nov. 4.Alexia. Marcus born Nov. 14 at HumanaHOllpltal VA Rep At : but must call for a
son of Donald and Charlene Smith of joins her sisters LaNeal, In Orange Park. Jeffrey SFCC TonightVA reservation. Please call Vicki Teal)
Florahome will be exchanging vows Shanna Megan and Tarra. weighed 8lbs. 3 oz.and was 20 inches at 964-5520 or 964-7423. Vicki will be
January 26,7:00 p.m. at the Palatka Maternal Grandparents are TracyE. Representative, a.J. Jackson, her committee: Lily
assisted
by
Baptist Temple.All Griffis Sr. and Mr. & Mrs. Bobby long.Maternal Grandparents are Mar- will be at the Andrews Center of> Bridge, Virginia Ekard, Betty
friends and family are invitedto and Freda Taylor. Great- cus and Joy Norman of Starke. SFCC tonight,Dec. 6 from 6 to 8 p.m. Hass? Vera Lewis, Francis McLen-
attend. grandparents are Ona Hardee and Great-grandparents are Beulah Nor- Mr. Jackson will be available to don, Liz Masworthy Blanch Otto
Mr. & Mrs Dopsie Griffis. man of Lawtey and C.E. & Janice -Bnd assist problems.students with their VA claims and Lucy White.-

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PRO. FRYERS .
POSED ORDINANCE NO. 90.7: REPEAL
ING BRADFORD COUNTY ORDINANCENO Jumbo f
90-4.: ESTABLISHING COUNTYWIDE
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FOR THE PURPOSEOF SHRIMP. Lb. 7.99
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES: -
PROVIDING DEFINITIONS: IMPOSING \ .
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SPECIAL ASSESSMENT: DEFINING IM-
'FIOVED! PARCELS AND UNITS TO BE f..JG"----- .
ASSESSED: ESTABLISHING SPECIAL
ASSESSMENT RATES: PROVIDING FOR
LIEN AND ENFORCEMENT OF SPECIAL -
ASSESSMENT: ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE 1 Prices In this ad FloristQuality

NOTICE DATE.IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 1 1 1 ; 1 good Wed.,
27th day of D.c.mb.r. 1990 at 7:30 p.m Dec. 5 thru
th. Bradford County Board of County Tues.
0' 1 1 1 1 I
Commlssion.rs, In regular session to beheld
Dec. 11
at the Boards Meeting Room at the ,
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke.
Florida, will hold a public hearing on the
proposed enactment for adopting Ordinance 1990.PWNSETTS
No. 907.
Th. substance of the proposed ordinance
Is to establish funding by special

assessment(EMS) for for the Emergency health and Medical w.lfar.Services of

citizens of Bradford County, Florida.All Available $ 000
Interested parties are Invited to High Quality at most 3j/ 1

place present set their forth comments above. at the time and USDA Choice Beef Fraser Christmas Fir stores.

Persons are advised, that if they
decide to appeal any decision made at EYE OF ROUND Trees. Each $2499
this hearing they will need a record of
the proceedings, and for such purpose,
hey may need to ensure that verbatim )
ecord of the proceedings is made, ROAST
vhich record includes the testimony and S as
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<>lance. be ..

Dosed DATED this, 4th day of December, I
C
I WOBOARD I
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA $
RAY NORMAN CLERK OF COURT1263tchgl220No. _

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PRO 1' -
POSED ORDINANCE NO. 90.9 a L _
ESTABLISHING COUNTY-WIDE SPECIAL _
ASSESSMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF
COUNTY DETENTION FACILITIES: PRO i / '
VIDING DEFINITIONS: IMPOSING
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT: ESTABLISHING
BEGINNING DATE FOR SAID SPECIAL
ASSESSMENT: DEFINING IMPROVED .
PARCELS AND UNITS TO BE ASSESSED: I '
ESTABLISHING SPECIAL ASSESSMENT' f l1> ed ci '' Of oh r on a
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RATES: PROVIDING FOR LIEN AND EN. .._: .....n. .. ..
FOP'MEt ASSESSMENT: TM TOMATOES/
ESTABLISHING AN thFtcMVE DArE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the OMeail; Lb. Tender
27th day of December, 1990 at BOO:
p,m the Bradford County Board of
County Commissioner In regular session YELLOW SQUASH/
to be held at the Boards Meeting
Room at the Bradford County Courthouse 690 Stalk CrispCRUNCHY
Starke Florida, will hold a '
public hearing on the proposed enactment SALE' CELERY
for adopting Ordinance No. 909.
The substance of the proposed ordinance I 3 Lb. Bag Tasty
is to establish funding by special ...
assessment for County Detention. YELLOW ONIONS

Faciltles (CDF) for the health and .. .
.
welfare of the citizens of Bradford County I ". : ..': : : '. .. .. ." ) -. ... '
Florida.All .
interested parties are Invited to
present their comments at the time and

place Persons set forth are above.advised that if they 10 Oz. Lay'sSANTITAS I. I 8 Oz. Food Lion Quart Food Lion

decide to appeal any decision made at '
this hearing, they will need a record of CREAM CHEESE EGG NOGs59ci
the proceeding and for such purpose, .
they may need to ensure that verbatim
record of the proceedings Is made,
which record Includes the testimony and ; -
based.evidence upon which the appeal to be 99c miftKift inShell99c

DATED this 4th day of December } *
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1990.BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ..... ._ D' _.____._. English Walnuts. 1 Lb. Bag .99
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
RAY NORMAN CLERK OF COURT
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR 20 Oz. Chunk/Crushed/ 6 Oz. FrozenTROPIC I '

BRADFORD COUNTY FLORDIA Sliced Libby's
Circuit Civil No. 90-410-CA( ISLECOCONUT Holiday GiftCertificates

FORTUNE Plaintiff,SAVING BANK, etc., PINEAPPLE IN

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SEVILLE THOMAS OUTLAW et al., JUICE

Defendants NOTICE, OF SALE u 8

Notice Is hereby given that pursuant 2/$1 j
lo the Order or Final Judgment enteredIn 59

lord this County cause In Florida the Circuit I will Court sell the of Brad.property C; Ubb( /" ; Holiday Gift Certificates are perfectfor

Florida situated described In as:Bradford County employees, customers, friends, and

A parcel of land lying In the SW14 of the family and are available at ALL Food
SWI/4 of Section 26, Township 6 South 1 Lb. Quarters
Range 22 East, Bradford County Florida Lion Stores.

and follows being: Commence more particularly at the SW describedas corner FOOD LION BUTTER. . . . 1.35

of said Section 26 and run thence North
038'10" West along the Westerly boundary Enjoy even more savings on Cash Cer-
thereof a distance of 200 feet, moreor
less, to the Northerly boundary of the tificates over s500oo.
right of way of State Road No. 230;
2 Uter Related Items and
thence run South 89SO' East along said BudBud -
Northerly boundary a distance of 6.2B PEPSI COLA Gift Certificate Discounts of $500 or
(feet to point of beginning.From Lt
point of beginning thus describedrun more.
thence North o*10' East a distance of Bud Dry
300 feet to a point; run thence South 990
89*50'East and parallel to aforesaid Northerly
boundary a distance of 100 feet toa Amount Purchased Discount Earned
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point; run thence) South 0*10' West a CN Pkg. of 12-12 Oz. taw 500" to '3,999M.QOO" 5% I

distance of 300 feet to aforesaid Northerly 1179 Ftps> !* Din heal ....... .. .. .. ... ..... .Z.99Pk 7.5%
boundary; run thence North 89 S0'West /24 PK |. ef ZDz.c.a.IIt&Dew..3.zt to 7,999"
along said Northerly boundary a 8,000". and up 10%
distance of 100 feet to the point of begin
ning.
at public sale, to the) highest and best
bidder far cash at the front door of the
Bradford County Courthouse In Stark.
Florida at 11:00 a.m., on 11 January.
1991. III 1 / 1 I
RAY NORMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By:Carol William

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North M degs. 43 mln. 15 sec*. East on Inc. Highland and Trollrld o Mine for have to request an administrative determination the position taken by It In this Notice. School Menus
Notices old North R/W Una a distance of 331.52 the continued mining of h.avy minerals (hearing) under Section 120.57 Persons whose substantial Interests will D.c. 10-Doc. 14
feet to a point on the East line of S.W. from a 18,670-acre site Including the Florida Statute be affected by any decision of the Elementarles
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1/4 of the S.E. 1/4; thence North 0 degs. Highland and Trallrldge Mine and for The Petition .'..ll contain the follow. Department with regard to the application Bradford Middle ....
31 mln. M tec. West on said East line, the continued operation of the process ing Information; :-) The name, address, have the right to petition to become MONDAYS Wholor on Son Curloy Ftloi -

NOTICE OP PUBLIC HEARING ON PRO a distance of 1242.97 feet to the point of wastewater and stormwater system and telephone number of each petl-'. a party to the proceeding. The petitionmust Milk TUHDAVl bllrbunr.'....._I.lull.'od Potmwr
serving these mines. t'oner the applicant' name and address conform to the
POSED ORDINANCE NO. .0." beginning.at requirementsspecified Fruit lens' Mo rolls. .Milk.
ELIMINATING DISCRIMINATING IN public sole, to the highest and best The site I. located along the border the Department Permit File above and be filed (received) WiDNttDAVl _.Vogoloblo loup U Poonul .inlet
HOUSING BASED UPON RACE COLOR. bidder far cash at the Bradford County between brodford and Clay Counties, Number and the county In which the protect within 14 days of publication of this Sandwich,Appl_*. Milk.
RELIGION SEX FAMILIAL STATUS, HANDICAP Courthouse Starke. Florida at 11:00 Florida to the following areas: Is proposed; (b) A statement of how notice In the Office of General Counselat _MY.sloppy Jo* on .un. "' "..... Corn Fruit.
a.m., an December 26 1990. S34,25,36/T5S/R22E ; and when each petitioner received the above address of the Department. Milk.
OR NATIONAL ORIGIN: PRO. RAY NORMAN S7B,17ie,19.30.31/T3S/R23E : notice of the Department action or proposed Failure to petition,.within the allowed Pine toko1. ,...k., w/GlbI. Gravy Drolling' olMoohod
VIDING DEFINITIONS; SPECIFYING EX. __ ...... _.. Ambroilo Hot
,
EMPTIONS SPECIFYING UNLAWFUL CLERK CIRCUIT AND COUNTY COURT SI 2 12 35,36/T65/R22E : action; (c) A statement of how time from. constitutes a waiver of any c.
ACTS OF DISCRIMINATION; IN THE SALE BYI Carol WilliamsDeputy S6-8.17.20.30.32/T6S/R23E ; each petitioner's substantial Interestsare right such person has to request a hear. lolli. Milk. SchoolMONDAVI
Bradford High
S1,2/T7S/R33E and S56T7SE23E. The affected the Department's action
Clerk ; by under Section Florida
ing 120.57
OR RENTAL OF HOUSING; SPECIFYING ....... Rico Gravy, Mullotd
Department has assigned tile number action (d) A statement of Mlibwy
or proposed
EDWARD A. DEMPSEY JR., ESQUIRE ; Statutes, and to participate as a party to .
UNLAWFUL ACTS OF DISCRIMINATION Milk.
IN THE SALE OK RENTAL OF HOUSING; 1124 S. Cdgewood AvenueJacksonville MS04-179869 to this project.) the material facts disputed by Petitioner )- this proceeding. Any suubsequent In. OTOOM TUMCAV. Prvll/Cooklo dllckofl Nuggets Combrood, ....... _n., Cabbage
f32205\ A person whose substantial Interestsare If any; (e) A statement of facts terventlon will only be at the approval of foochoi/Sroxiilo. HMuHs. Milk
Slow
SPECIFYING UNLAWFUL ACTS OF
((904)388-1116) affected by the Deportment's proposed which petitioner contends warrant the presiding officer upon motion filed WSDNSSOAVi srst.A.Ronl' Chooio S"..Gen Boon
DISCRIMINATION OF BROKERAGE SERVICE
Attorney for Plaintiff permitting decision may petitionfor reversal or modification of the Department's pursuant to Rule 28-5.207 Florida Administrative Print Clop Mot Rolls. MIIk.NnJe5DAY .
: PROVIDING FOR THE AD. FLORIDA BAR NO 094217 an administrative proceeding (hear. action or proposed action; (f) A Code. Sloppy. Joo on Son. lultorod Corn.Prult'loi .
MINISTRATION OF THIS ORDINANCE: 12/62tchg13/13No733 ing) In accordance with Section 120.57, statement of which rules or statute Th. application I. available for public doom Milk.
PROVIDING FOR PROCEDURES FOR INITIATING Florida Statutes. The petition must contain petitioner contends require reversal or Inspection during normal business .FBDAVl lokod. Turkey w/Olblot G AND ACTING UPON COMPLAINTS the Information set forth below and modification of the Department's action hours, 8:00: a.m. to 5:00: p.m., Monday __. Cronboriy" touco, Ambroilo. Hot
; PROVIDING FOR HEARINGS; mutt be filed (received) In the Office of or proposed acctlon; and (g) A statement through Friday except legal holidays,at melts, Milk. A-le-Carte
.
PROVIDING FOR OTHER REMEDIES; PRO. State of Florida G.n.ral Counsel of the Department of of the relief sought by petitioner Department of Environmental Regulation MONDAY Prondl Frloi. Homburgor. Plow O I .
VIDING PROCEDURES FOR FILING ........
2AOO Blair Stone Road Tallahassee, the action petitioner Milk.
of stating precisely Northeast District Office, 7833Baymaodows .
Deportment ....., O.J..MllluhokMWSDNSIDAVl
REPORTS WITH THE MEAL ESTATE COMMISSION TUnOAVl Corndog H '
Florida within of take with
32399-3400 14 days the to
En"lronmentalRegulation wants Department Way. Suite 2008, Jackson
P.nch ......
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
; publication of this notice. Petitioner to the Department's action or .
NOTICE OF INTENTTO respect yule Florida 32256-7577. "'010. Corndog. ',.nch Ffloi
REPEALING CONFLICTING OR. shall mail a of the petition to the action.
ISSUE PERMIT copy proposed 12/6 chg No 739 Mllkihokot
DINANCES: PROVIDING FOR LIMITED INVALIDATION The Department of Environmental applicant at the address Indicated above Ito petition 1st lied. the administrative THURtDAVl Homburgori.. Plua French Frill
; PROVIDING FOR notice of Its bitent to at the time of filing.\ Failure to file a petition hearing process Is designed to formulate Mllkihokoi
Regulation gives
CODIFICATION: PROVIDING FOR AN EF. the Pronch ".'.'. Mllkihokol
Plant within this time shall constitute a agency action. Accordingly, Depart. AY Plea Corndog.
D.C.
FECTIVE DATE. Issue a permit to Mr. Luebky .!! .. .
c .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the .r.- .
27th day of December 1990 at 8:15 p.m.
th. Bradford County Board of County
Commissioner, In regular ....Ion to b.
hold at the Boards Mooting Room at the
Bradford County Courthouse, Stork,
Florida will hold a public hearing on the

proposed No.enactment 9011. for adopting Ordinance J&4 ah

The substance of the proposed ordinance
I I. to establish fair homing. In
Bradford County.
All Interested parties or. Invited to
present their comments at the time and
place set forth above. WAL-MART PLAZA STARKE

Persons or. advised that If they "',,,
decide to appeal any decision mad. at No Necessary
this hearing they will need a record of it .., Appointment
the proceedings, and for such purpose, "f!.
they may need to ensure that verbatim 964.2222
record of the proceeding Is mode, which .<
record Includes the testimony and
.
evidence based. upon which the appeal Is to be 4WR

DATED this 4th day of December

1990.BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS We Wish You
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA -
RAY NORMAN,.CLERK OF COURT
13/6 3tchg 12/20 No.738 .


y 1 GOODT1MESand
STATE OF FLORIDA. CRIMINAL JUSTICE ?h'
STANDARDS B TRAINING COMMISSION,
Petitioner
x1 r. ,,

v.JEFFREY A. BENNETT, w : a

Respondent NOTICE OF ACTIONTO #, r'i'i

: JEFFREY A. BENNETT Residence

UnknownYOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Add. %. : 'Beauty Full'
mlnlstratlvo Complaint has been flied l r\

against you seeking to Revoke the correctional v <
certificate held by you In accordance
\
with Section 943.1395. F.S., and
any rules promulgated thereunder. Holiday Season !
You or. required to serve a written copy
of your Intent to request a hearing pursuant
to Section 130.57, F.S. upon JEFFREY
W. LONG. DIRECTOR Division/ of p
Criminal Justice Standards and Training. L
P.O. Box 1489, Tallahassee, Florida
33302, on or before January 27 1991.
Failure to do so will result In-a default '
being entered against you to Revoke Front: Deanna Francis, Joy Frizzell

said 130.60 certification F.S., and Rule pursuant 11B-37,to F.A.C.Section Back: Marlene O'Steen, Peggy Cooper, Tina demons

DATED: November 27 1990
DEPUTY DIRECTOR MICHAEL A. BERG
CHAIRMAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE STANDARDS .

AND TRAINING COMMISSION.By .
: -.- Linda Hodges, Division Represen

tative. 12/6 2tchg 12/13 No.728 3092



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN
AND FOR BRADFORD

CASE COUNTY NO.:90-174-CA FLORIDA

DIVISION: CV
N.A.SOUTHTRUST BANK OF JACKSONVILLE.!\ 800 O PERMS

F/K/A FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF JACKSONVILLE O
Plaintiff

ANDREW v. E. JOHNSON and MARY D. MEN'S CUTFull

JOHNSON
his wife, Service

Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE

Notice Is hereby given that pursuant p
to an order 'or a final judgment of
foreclosure entered In the above-
captioned action. I will see the property
situated In Bradford County.. Florida .
described a.:
to,. ? ..,, 16, 17, 10. 23. 24. 25 ft 26
Section 14, Township 3 South Range 22 S
East "Woodlawn" n recorded In Plat
Book 1, page 17 of the public records of
Bradford Co., Fla., and part of the S.W.
1/4 of the S.E. 1/4 of said Section 14 all
being more particularly described a.
follow: Begin at the N.E. corner of sold .
S.W. 1/4 of the S.E. 1/4; Thence South 89
.. 47 mlns. 36 we*. Wet on the
North line thereof a distance of 1325.58 /
feet to the N.W. corner thereof; Sold $2500HIGHLIGHTS
point being the S.E. corner of said lot 24; WOMEN'S CUT
Thence North 0 degs. 30 min. 30 sees.
West on the Cast line of said Lot 34/7, .
16 ft 9, a distance of 3653.61 feet to the
N.E. comer of said lot 9; Thence South 89 Full Service
\
dog. 39 mln. 10 sees. West on the
North line of said lot 9, a distance of
Hair Extra
663.23 feet to the N.W. corner thereof; Longer
Thence South 0 degs. 29 mlns. 50 sec*.
East on the West line thereof a distance
of 663.45 feet to the N.E. comer of said

lot 15. ;.Thence South!!.89 :.. 42 mlns. 23 0
lOCI. West on"the North line of said lot
13 a distance of 662.38 feet to the N.W.
comer thereof; thence south 0 degs. 29
East on the West line of ..1 III.II-I.I.II'f 1
09
sold mlns.lot sees.15. 18. 23 ft 26 a distance of allfef1_ _ I manMMUM i mm i_i mm i MB*i_i_i


2648.36 sees.lot 26;East Thence feet on to the North the South S.W.89 dog line corner.of 48 sold min.of sold lots 31 i TANNING r Joy Frizzell i I Deanna Francis i


26 ft 35 a distance of 1335.85 feet to the i I w/Acrylic Overlay |
5.1. corner of sold lot 25; Sold point lying g SPECIAL I I Tips
line at cold S.W. 1/" of the
the West
an 5.E. 1/4: Thence South 0 deg. 30 mlns. I I $ 5 OFF I I Ii
East on sold West line a distanceof
32 sees.!58X45 feel to the North R-W line of I 10 VISITS ANY PERM j i i iI
Co. Rd. No. C-125 (a 100 ft. R-W now i i i $2400
..'ab.); Thence North 89 degs. 43 mine.
Best on sold North R-W line a I Ii
15 see* I
of 280.04 feel; thence North 0 I I
distance
31 mlns. 14 sees. West a <". _. $1 000 $200or.

degs. l/2oT.aldlW.too point on the 1/South" of lineotlhiSorm the i i i CUT i FILL-INS$1400 1I

5.1. 1/4; thence North 89 deg. 48 mint. ,
said South line a 3 With Coupon OnlyLegal
I
31 sec*. East on With Coupon Only
distance of 71....., feet to the N.W. corner With Coupon Only X111'il 81_ _) _\ _I>m1701>01_f_1.Ii11'111o111 d>
of the East 1 12 of the S.E. 1/.. of the _Ifill_ _ > 1101
S.W. 1-4 of the 5.1. 1/4; thence South 0
",.. thereof a distance of 580.931..1 too



I







HA TELEGRAPH ".cf'm'wr&lfI9O

.,. L ," L
Bradford County.. Coonnouse, arame.
A PARCH OF!LAND CONTAINING,.to COMMENCE at th. SW corner of sold UPON COMPLAINTS; PROVIDING POll 'Florida will hold a public hearing on the
ACRES MORE OK LESS AND LYING' IN Section 26 ((being also the SW corner of HEARINGS; !PROVIDING FOR OTHER proposed enactment for adopting Ordlnooce -
I I Legal Notices .1 THE NW 1/4 OF! THE NE 1/4 OF! SECTION Section 35)), and run N B825'10" E. along REMEDIES) .PROVIDING PROCEDURESFOR No. 908.
24, TOWNSHIP S SOUTH RANGE 21 the line dividing said S ctlon.. 475.74 FILING REPORTS WITH THE REAL The substance of the proposed ordinance
ESTATE COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF special
EAST BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA; f..t to a concrete> monument located on Is to establish funding by
.-. SAID PARCEL BEING MORE PARTICULARLY the Easterly boundary of th. R/W of FLORIDA; RF.PEALINO CONFLICTING OR.. assessment for Fire Protection Service
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS State Road 200 (U.S. 301)). thence N DINANCES; PROVIDING FOR LIMITED INVALIDATION : (FPS) for the health and welfare ofeltiiens
NOTICE OF INTENTION against you by William Brawn, wherein COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE MONUMENT 31*07'10" E, along said Easterly boundary ; PROVIDING FOR of Bradford County, Florida.All .
TO REGISTeR he has, among other things. r.qu.std FOUND AT THE NE CORNER OF 97.60 foot to POB. From FOB thus CODIFICATION; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE .- Inter*,tied parties are Invited to
FICTITIOUS NAME the Court award to him any and all 'Interest SAID NW 1/4 OF! NS 1/4 FOR FOB AND described run N 3IWIO" E. along DATE. their comments at the tlm. and
present
Pursuant to Section 869.09, Florida which you may have In all personal RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES 43 MINUTES 04 Easterly boundary 100 feet; thence S NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the set forth Db.....
StatutM, notice I* hereby given that the property acquired during... marriage SECONDS W. ALONG THE ELY BOUNDARY 71"34'50" E. 105 feet; thenc 31WIO" 20th day of December 1990 at 7:00: p.m.' place Person are advised that If they
undersigned Rebecca Duoat, Inc., Rl 1lox and all Interest which you may, THEREOF 766.30 FEET TO AN W parallel with said Easterly boundary, the Bradford, County Board of County'Co..ml..loner decide to appeal any decision mad at
Florida 32051 sole have In the following described parcel of 71'34'SO" 105 feet, In regular session to beheld record of
711. lowtey. WON I'IPION THE N'LY BOUNDARY OF 100 feet thence N this hearing, they will need a
business under... firm land In Bradford County Florida to wit at the Board. Meeting Room at the ,
owner, doing THE lOW OF CR 225 (FORMERLY SR to FOB. th* proceeding and for such purpose
name of AAAbsotute Auto Insurance A parcel' of land containing 13.78 S-225)): THENCE SOUTH BO DEGREES 35 at public sal., to th* hlghett bidder for Bradford County Courthouse. Starke, they need to ensure that verbatim
World. 35) N. Temple Avo., Starko.Florida acres, lying the NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Section MINUTES 10 SECONDS WEST ALONG cosh.ln th* lobby of the Bradford County Florida will hold a public hearing on the record may of the proceeding Is mod., which
32091 Intends to register Hid lietltlaus 15 Township 7 South Range 22 SAID N'LY BROUNDARY 216.32 FEET TO Courthouse, In Starke, Florida at 11:00 proposed enactment .for adopting.Ordinance record Includes the testimony and
no"' under the aforesaid East, Bradford County Florida and being AN IRON PIPE IN THECENTERUNB OF AN a.m. on the 10th day of January 1991. No. 9011.The of. the evidence upon which the appeal to be
statute. mar particularly described as EXISTING DRAINAGE DITCH THENCE WITNESS my hand and official seal I this substance proposed ordinance board
Doted this I day of November 1990 In follows: N'LY ALONG THE CENTER UNE OF SAID 20th day of November, 1990. Is to establish fair housing" 'In DATED this 4th day of December
Bradford County. Commence at the Southwest comer of DITCH THE FOLLOWING BEARINGS AND RAY NORMAN Bradford County. 1990.
11/IS4tod 12/oPONo. 702 said Northwest quarter of Northast DISTANCES N 03 DEGREES 03: MINUTES Clerk of the Circuit Court Interested parties are Invited to present BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
: at the Mm and
comments
quarter for point of beginning and run 54 SECONDS W 317.. FEET; THENCE N By Lasher Alien their BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA
thence North 0 degrees, 9 minutes West 14 DEGREES 10 MINUTES 30 SECONDS B, as Deputy Clerk place set forth advised above.that If they decide RAY NORMAN CLERK OF COURT
along th* Westerly boundary th.r.ofa 243.17 FElT THENCE N 13 DEGREES 57 Fred H. Kent III Persons are this 12/63tchg 12/20 No.736
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO distance of 586.5 loot to an Iron take; MINUTES SECONDS W 115.71 FEET TO Florida Bar No. 327042 to appeal' any decision made at
will need record of the
REGISTER run thence North 88 degrees, 53 minutes AN IRON PIPE LOCATED ON THE N'LY Kant Ridge t Crawford hearing they a
for such they
and
FICTITIOUS NAME East and parallel to the Southerly boundary BOUNDARY OF SAID NW 1/4 OF NB 1/4; 225 Water Street Suite 900 proceedings that purpose verbatim
Pursuant to Section t69.09 Florida of sold NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 a distance THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 34 MINUTES Jacksonville, Florida 32202 may need to ensure made which
of the proceeding
SlatutM, notice li hereby given that th. of 640 feet to an Iron stake; run thence 56 SECONDS E. ALONG SAID N'lY ((904)) 358-1000 record record Includes th* testimony and
South lero degrees, 9 minutes East end BOUNDARY 229.0 FEET TO ntll'Ol. Attorneys for Plaintiff
undersigned Rebecca Dugat Inc., Rt. 1lox which the appeal'Is to be
711. lawtoy, Florida 320M. sotsowner parallel to aforesaid Westerly boundary Dated at Ita....., Florida this 20th day 11/29 2tehg 12/6 No 724 based.evidence upon

doing business under tho firmmoms a distance of on. hundred fifty-two and of November, 1990. DATED this 28th day of November STATE OF FLORIDA
forty-five hundredths (152.45) feet to an RAY NORMAN
of (In.uronc.World. 353 N. Temple 1990. DEPT. OF ENVIRONMENTAL
Iron stake; run thence North 88 degrees. CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO -
Avo Suit I, Starko, Florida 32091: In- aforesaid Florida BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS REGULATION
53 minutes East and parallel to BRADFORD! County. REGISTER
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA NOTICE OF PROPOSED
tondt sold fictitious nom
to register
Southerly boundary a distance of 21 I.'Ufoot BY: lasher Allan FICTITIOUS NAME
NORMAN
RAY ACTION
AGENCY
under th. aforesaid *tatut*. to an Iron stake; run thence South Deputy Clerk Pursuant to Section 86109 Florida CLERK OF COURT. The Department of Environmental
Doted his I day of November 1990 In 1 18 degrees, 35 minutes and 30 seconds ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the / Itchg NO 73CJ Regulation gives notice of agency actionof
radford County. East and parallel to th. Westerly boundary Shapiro< Flshman undersigned R.E. Hupp I Rob.rt E. entering Into a Cement Ord.r with
I1/1S. 4tpd 12/6 PO No. 703 of State Rood 100 a distance of 100 7077 Bonneval Rood Hupp P.O. Box 728 Waldo Florida Bradford County, pursuant to rul.
feet to on Iran stake: run thence north 88 Suite 450 32694 lolnt owners, doing business 17:103.110(3): ( ) Florida Administrative

degrees, 53 minutes East and parallel to Jacksonville. Florida 32216 under the firm nom ol II.E:. Circle L. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Cod (FAC). The Consent Order addresses
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO aforesaid Southerly boundary a dlstanc ((94)) 281-0890 Trailers, ... 4 Box 1555A Stark., Florida OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL operation of the Bradford Country
REGISTER of 300 feet to aforesaid Westerly boundary 90-I464J. 32091 Intends to register fold fictitious IN AND FOR landfill.
FICTITIOUS NAME of the right-of-way of Stat. Rood 11/29 2tchg 12/6 No 723 name under the aloresald statute. BRADFORD CIRCUIT COUNTY FLORIDA The Consent Order I. available for

Pursuant to Section 869.09 Florida 100; run thence South 18 degrees, 35 Doted this 3 day of December, 1990 In CASE NO: 9069CPFILE public'Inspection during normal business

Statutot, notlc. I. hereby giv* that the minutes and seconds East along last Bradford County, Florida. NO: 1-4199 hours, 8 00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday
undersigned lI.bo< of 355 feel to aforesaid Southerly boundary IN THE CIRCUIT COURT the of Environmental
ton 711 lawtoy Florida 32058 sole RE: THE ESTATE OF: Department
owner, doing business under tho firm run thence South 88 degrees, 53 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN HENRY B. HINSON Regulation 3426 Bills Road Jacksonville
minutes West along said Southerly boundary AND FOR BRADFORD
nom* of Auto Insurance World 353 N. of FLORIDA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Deceased. Florida 32207.
Temple Ave., Suite I., Stork, Florida a distance of 1293.8 f..t to point CASE COUNTY NO 90235-CA EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Persons whoso substantial Interests
beginning. : Th. administration of the Estate of are affected by the above propos.dog.ncy
said fictitious
32091 Intends to register AND FOR BRADFORD
name under the aforesaid slolut. YOUR ARE REQUIRED TO SERVE A FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK COUNTY FLORIDA Henry B. Hlnson Deceased, Case No.: action hove a right, pursuant
COPY OF YOUR WRITTEN DEFENSES IF OF FLORIDA a national 90-639-CA 90-69-CP Is pending In the Circuit Court Section 120.97, Florida' Statutes (F.S.), to
CASE NO
Doted this 8 of November 1990 In :
day
EUGENE F. SHAW Hus In
IT ON
TO successor
ANY association for Bradford County Florida !Probate petition for an administrative determination
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
Bradford :
County. band's attorney who. address 925-E Interest by merger to Division the address ol which Is Bradford (hearing) on tha proposed ac
lilt 4tpd 12/6 PO No. 704 North Tempi Avenue, Stark., Florida Florida''' Natlanallonk JAMES BRADLEY STROBLE County Courthouse, Starke, Florida tlon. The Petition must conform to the
32091 on or before December 14, 1990. plaintiff Husband 32091 requirements of Chapter 17-103 and
and file the original with the cl.rk ol this v.. and The name and address of the Personal 28-9 FAC and must be filed (received)
LORIE S. STROBLE
court either before service on Husband's MOUSTAPHA EL-SOUESSI and Representative and Personal Represen with the Department'* Offlc. of General
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO attorney or Immediately thereafter; PAULETTE E. El-SOUESSI, Wife. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO tatlv.'. attorney or. sat forth below. Counsol. 2600 Blair Stone Road
REGISTER otherwli. a default will be entered his wile; et ol., Interested persons or. required to Tallahassee, Florida 32301 within 14
FICTITIOUS NAME Florida against you for th. relief demanded In Defendants. : LORIE S. STROBLE Hie with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS days of publication of this notice. Failure
Section 865.09 C/O Nelson PervlsP.O.
Pursuant to that th.undo"lgned. th. Husband's petition for dissolution of AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS to file a petition within the 14 day. constitutes -
Statutes, notice Is hereby given Box 82
Mich*). E. Fox Rt. 4 Box marriage. Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto of Alamo. Go 30411 NOTICE: ((1)) All claims against the estate a waiver of any right such person
DATED this 13th day oi November, an order or a final judgment and by an Int.r.st.dp.rson has to an administrative determination
sol. ((2)) objection
4575. Stork, Florida 32091 owner entered In the above- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for"Dissolution any
doing business under the firm no"' of 1990. foreclosure of Marriage" has been filed to who notice was mailed that (haring) pursuant to Section
RAY NORMAN captioned action I will sell tin prop.rtysltuotd of the Will the F.S.
Electronics, Rt. 4 lox challenges the validity 120.57
and to
Metro Security or. required
Florida against you
you
Clerk of the Court Bradford County.
4375 Stark, Florida 32091 Intends to In serve a copy of your written defenses, If qualifications of the Personal Represen If a petition Is filed th* administrative
said fictitious name under /h. By: Lasher Allen described as: ESQ. tat Iv.. v.nu., or jurisdiction) ol the hearing process Is designed to formulated
register Deputy Clerk11134tchg126PONo.710 PARCEL 11 North 1/4 of NW 1/4 of NW any to It on DUDLEY P. HARDY ,
aforsad! stotut Petitioner's attorney who. address Is Court. agency action. Accordingly the
Dated this Uth day ol November, 1990In 1 1/4 Section 39 Township S South Post Office Drawer 1030. Stark., Florida ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Department's final action may be different

Bradford County. Range 22 East. land 32091 on or before January 7, 1991, and SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. from the proposed agency action.
11/22 4tpd 12/13 No 714 ALSO: A triangular parcel of containing file the original with the clerk of this Publication of this notice has begun on Persons whose .ub"a"tlallnter..t. will
,.. of on acre lying In the SW 1/4 court either before service onPNltlon.rs Thursday December 6, 1990. be affected by an decision of the Department .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of SW 1/4. Section 26 Township 5 South Personal Representative hove the right to Intervene In theprocoodl
attorney or Immediatelythereafter
OF THE BTH JUDICIAL 22 East Bradford County Flolrda.
Range Charles B. Hlnson nil. A p.tltlon for Intervention
otherwise default will b.
OF SALE ; a
NOTICE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA and being more particularly described entered for the relief 5290 Fondue lane must be filed pursuant to Model Rule
Is that onDecember against you
Notice hereby given
IN AND FOR as follows: Jacksonville, FL 32210ttorn.y 28-5.207. FAC. at least five days before
1990 at 10.000....., Wilbur of said demanded In the petition.
14, : BRADFORD COUNTY COMMENCE at the SW corner
P.R. the final hearing and be tiled with the
L. Heoth will offer for sal. at public auction CASE NO. 90236.CA Section 26 and run thence N Bt>25'10M! E DATED on November 29 1990._ .' far' ,.r"" ,
bARLA'JEAN cHitl 1'Of t1h'1 Hearing Officer If on. has been assigned
NORMANAS
to the highest. bidder for cosh atHeath DIVISION: GENERAL along the Sly boundary thereof adistance RAY W 9l et-fherbWitoo.
Florida.10' / CLERK Of THE"COUIITBy TERENCE M. BROWN, >: 1,... of
Auto Service. Lowtey. CENLAR FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK of 475.74 feet to an Iron stake P.O.Box.o t"LrStork. F' ,Ingsr.
following described vehicle 19B2 of the R/W of Stat. Carol Williams
PLAINTIFF on the E'ly boundary as Deputy Clerk. ., FL 32091-0040 2009 Apalochee Parkway Tallahassee,
serial number thus
Cadillac
vs. Road 300 for FOB. From FOB Fl) II officer has been
12/64tchg 12/27 No 731 ((904)) 964 8272 32301. no hearing
1G6A869NOC9I8815I. EDWARD D. RASTER AND described, run N 31'OTIO" E along said 12/62tchg 12/13 No 7J4 assigned the petition I. to b. filed with
Dated This 26th Doy of November, LOURETHA P. KASTER. HIS WIFE: Ely boundary a distance of 132 feet to an th. Office of General
1990. JACKSON N. GUICE JR.; IRWIN Iran stake where said Ely boundary Intersects Dei.rtm."t" Blair Stone Road
11/29 3tchg 121t3Na. 725 LUXTON a/k/a IRWIN LUSTON the Sly. boundary of the R/W of NOTICE OF HEARING PROPOSED Tallahassee, Florida 32301.

DEFENDANTS a graded road; run thence S 7134'50" E ORDINANCE NO.90-11 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED / Itchg NO 741CHURCH
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE along last aforesaid Sly boundary a FOR LOCAL CITIZENS OF BRADFORD ORDINANCE NO. 90-8
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to DISTANCE OF 32474 feet to an Iron COUNTY INFORMATION ESTABLISHING COUNTY-WIDE SPECIAL
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT an Order or Final Judgment of stake en aforesaid Sly boundary of said NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PRO- ASSESSMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF FIREPROTECTION
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Foreclosure dated October 17, 1990 Section 26; run thence S 8825'10" W POSED ORDINANCE NO 90-11 SERVICES: PROVIDINGDEFINITIONS
IN AND FOR IIIADFOIIDCOUNTY.fLOIIIDA entered In Civil Case No. 90-236-CA of along last aforesaid Sly. boundary a ELIMINATING DISCRIMINATING IN ; IMPOSING SPECIAL
the Circuit Court of the 8th Judicial CI,. distance of 376.5 feet to FOB. HOUSING BASED UPON RACE, COLOR ASSESSMENT: ESTABLISHING BEGINNING STAKKET '
CASE NO: 90542CAIN cult In and for BRADFORD County ALSO: All of Grantor's Interest In the RELIGION SEX FAMILIAL STATUS. HANDICAP DATE FOR SAID SPECIAL ASSESSMENT .
RE: Th* Marriage of: Florida, wherein CENLAR FEDERAL SAVINGS graded road on the North end of the property OR NATIONAL ORIGIN; PRO- : DEFINING IMPROVED PARCELS OF GOD
WILLIAM 8RESEE BANK Plaintiff and EDWARD D. that was abandoned by action of VIDING DEFINITIONS; SPECIFYING EX- AND UNITS TO BE ASSESSED: I' 421 N. St.dale 964-S44S
Husband KASTER AND LOURETHA P. KASTER HIS the County Commissioners' Bradford EMPTIONS: SPECIFYING UNLAWFUL ESTABLISHING SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS Pastor David Pleasant
and WIFE or. defendants( ), I will sell to the County. Florida ACTS OF DISCRIMINATION IN THE SALE RATES: PROVIDING FOR LIEN AND ENFORCEMENT .
BETTY ANN BRESEE highest bidder for cash IN THE LOBBY EXCEPT: The rlghts-of-way of all OR RENTAL OF HOUSING: SPECIFYING OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENT: Wa l tnvlto yoU to worship with ut

Wife. AT THE FRONT DOOR OF THE BRADFORD streets and roads UNLAWFUL ACTS OF DISCRIMINATIONOF ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Attended Nursery
PARCEL 2 A parcel of land lying In th* ....... School _. 10
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO COUNTY COURTHOUSE IN STARKE : BROKERAGE SERVICE: PROVIDINGFOR NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the S -- sm
: BETTY ANN BRESEE Route 3. Box BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA at 11:00: SW ". of SW 1/4 of Section 26.. THE ADMINISTRATION OF THIS ORDINANCE 27th day of December 1990 at 7:45 p.m. t.lomII1aWonhip .-. .---:. Tl SB
1305 It""" .. Florida 32091 YOUR ARE a."" on January 10. 1991 the following Township 9 South. Range 22 East Bradford : PROVIDING FOR PRO- the Bradford County Board of County Evening, Servlas '" Ipso
NOTIFIED that an action for DISSOLUTION described property as set forth In said County Florida: said parcel being CEDURES FOR INITIAJiNQ! AND ACTING Commissioners, In regular session to beheld WediusJsy Youth *30p
MARRIAGE has been filed, Order or Flnol Judgment to-wlt: more particularly described follows the Boards Room at the .
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gia.hunting-Excellent Hunting lodge on Investment 43 acres.Finest ,iX7 NEW MOON MOBILE HOME,frontSod from 0 to YARD 5. Dishwasher,Fit.waterbed& Sat Virginia: Pine:2 fl-$8. 3ft-$12, 4ft. =:= 205 N. Temple Starke

Southern Auction. Great rear. awning AC. $4000. Call dresser bureaus, toys, hsehold appl), $15. 864-6921, Novak of Fairbanks.
1-600-654-7253
1 FCAN 633-2474. (3tpd) 4 kitchen set & numerous other Items. TELEPHONE( 12 CHG Cecelia TerwUlegar .x;

CARS/TRUCKS/VANS ..EMP. N. on 301 to Strawberry Acres. Follow 25 ft to 30 ft A Like TELEGRAPH New. $18 per POLES pole. *HAVING oSLIMI-.i AN GI Worry no 'longer. i.,u. at Terwlllegar
Sign. Cancel rain.
; :, ;ANIMAUS: :.&; (Itchg) handle all home lowest Interest
.iiBIRDS I IJ 7 CHG 782-3253; 762-3310 7823978. Realty your financing. We can get you the
'83 FOUR WHEEL DRIVE SILVERADO: J : .; I GARAGE SALE Low prices. 16 W. 4 ml. TORN ) 12 CHG rale do all the necessary processing and all you need worry about Is g.t.
Loaded with many extras. $4800 left Morgan Rd. W(SR 233) 1 ml. left 18 WOOD SPUTTER $950. Call ting your belongings pocked. The time Is right.Why wait? Treat yourself to
Please call 964-5647, after 8 p.m. Cockatiels Love Birds, 4: Frt & Sat from 9 till 4. (1tpd) 83 2474. (3tpd) 12 that beautiful new home you've always wanted. Call us today and make on
Cockatoo's- hole for Christmas
2 7 PD appolntment to own a n.w home.
1986 FORD BRONCO. Needs engine $20to$150.782-3781 evenings. ((11/ 4 FAMILY YARD SALE Sat A Sun.Jew NEW WEDDING GOWN. Pd. $400. Will *PROP5RTY ON ALTO LAKIi 12 plus acres w/ 325 plus water frontage.

repair. BO. 964-2664 after 5 p.m. 1241pd ck 2524) 6 elry, tires, nice clothes. House Items, take $100. Size 7. Pearl., lace sequins Iutllul'ocotlon' for brand new home with ell the enjoyment of fishing. too.

< FORD) 2 dishes. 2 1/2 W. of Lawtey on 225.RUMMAGE on bodice sleeves. Victorian Own.r financing. Call us today and see the prime piece of prop.rty.I
1979 BRONCO XLT- HORSE FOR SALE 7 yr.old Bay Geldng. neckline and semi-cathedral Call
Fully loaded 7 CHG *DESIGNED FOR TODAY'S LIFESTYLE 5.4 acres of beautiful land locatedout
Must see to appreciate. $4850. Call 8$450. PD 782-3281. ((3tpd ck 1059)IN SALE Badoock Furn. 2nd 964-5445. (pd I' 7684)) 12 In the country. This 38'/2'4 Bo home with over 2400 sq.ft. Is just p.rf.ct
PD
4814320. (Itpd r 7561)) 2 TIME FOR CHRISTMAS. Teddy Bear floor. Fri. 9-4 Sat 9-12. Women's OAK FIREWOOD Stacked and deliv for the dream home you've always wanted. Not only does It have so many

1984 PD FORD THUNDERBIRD Hamsters. A variety of colors, ages clothing 9-10, Toys, Fum. misc. ered.$50 -full size pickup load. Call extras but has one of the nicest fish ponds stocked with bream bass and
Turbo
Itchg) 7 CHG channel catfish.What a dr.om to walk out door and bring supper homeIn
and sexes.$2 each.Limited time.Call your
4 alum rims Tim 496-3365 or 964-5100. ((2tchg)
cyl auto
coupe every- Dan 782-3507 ((3tpd ck 582) 3 FAMILY YARD SALE Fum., toys,baby 12 CHG minutes. Call today to make an appointment
$3800 OBO. 964-8317
thing or 964- clothes hsehold items knick-knacks,
e PD X-MAS *RENTAL Nice 2BR/IBa duplex at Kingsley lake. Call today for details.
All sizes
cut
2553. (Itchg) 2 CHG eta Sat. from 9 till 3.2nd your own.
glasses, only TREESj
'81 ELCAMINO 229 motor V-8 slide-In XMASI Baby Africsn pigmy goats,weaned; Ave. at Club. $10 (. S. of stance on 100,12ml. This won't last long)
-carpet and tarpaulins cover.By owner by Deo. ,1st. Perfect for Christmas. 7 CHG Country ((1 Itchg) S.of Suwannee Swlfty on CR 18. SILVER LAKEi Adorable brick home 2BR, 1BA deck beautiful view.

964-6179. (tpd r 7685)) 2 Diamond E Ranch Stock $50 each. YARD SALE Fri. A Sat from 7 till ? SE C75aaker4.B111T12 473-4195.((1 Ipd $39,500.
964-8504. Bradford-Union PD *GREAT RENTAL frame located
PD near ) INVESTMENT 2-story apartment building,
22nd Ave. 2 mi. S. of Starkeon
DODGE 112 ton $400 or trade. Recent County line on Rd 229. (3tchg) Hwy 100.approx.((1tpd r 7699)7PD ) FOR SALE 4 PROM DRESSES, wore on Cherry St. Stays .rented but owner wants to sell and retire. Good Income
valve job.964-S405 2 6 CHG.BOARDING one time. One full length, 2 short 1toaleny property. Call today)
CHG LARGE In or out runs. Individual BIG YARD SALE FrI A Sat across from .Callalt r8 064-5608.(1tpd( ) *EXCITING CONTEMPORARY BRICK HOME THI COUNTRY CLUB 3BR 2Vi

1989 FORD XLT LARIAT 7.311181'', Diesel care. Bathing dipping groom- Wal-MartatJo-lu Motel.((1 tpd R7702)) 12 PD Both double fireplace, beautiful tile carpet CH&A, w/double carport
truck, 3/4 Tn, 5 spd. PS, PB. $300 Ing by master groomer. 964- 7 PD 79 LAYTON TRAVEL TRAILER 30 ft. garage GORGEOUS manicured lawn with In-ground pool. It's a wond.rful
take 9560.itpd r 7662)) 6FREE with air. Sleeps 8. $3,000. Call 496- neighborhood to raise kids I
up pymts. ((2tpd r 7697)) PD MOVING SALE. Fum., clothes, baby your
2 PD TO clothe.,every thing must gol Two days 3934. ((2tpdck 0965) 12 PARADISE LAKE 5BR 2BA CH/A. walking distance to school', separate
77 COUNTRY ESQUIRE.LIW and 83 Ford GOOD HOME Great Cat- only.Sat Dec.from 9 to 4.Sun.Dec. PDBUNK rental cottage, trl.'...., deck 1800 pius. sq.ft. Large country kitchen fruit
plck-up.all with p/b.p/s and air. Call Very young Indoor/outdoor housebroken 9 from 12 to 4. 935 Euclid St, 2 '". BEDS heavy duty. Like new. $90. trees galore OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE.
well behaved B/W female. Cost new $329. Call 473-9052. 5 am
964-7275. 2 CHG behind Madison St Baptist Church. *30 ACRES IN LAWTEYt We have 30 acres that can be broken up Into
964-4288(2W I'7874)) 6CHICKENS till 9:30: pm. ((1tchg) 12
PD (It) .7c.EMP CHG 10-acre tracks, or |lust about any way you would Ilk. Owner financed

FOR SALE Laying hens a r PIANO FOR SALE. Wanted responsibleparty *CHEAP CHEAP CHEAP. f ':*t LOTS IN KIYSTONI Th... lots' have

roosters. Black Australorp & mixed .LAND: .FOR, ::.SALE. to take on small mo. pymts on beautiful oaks, lots of shone e"s, |lust waiting to build your dream home

breeds. 864-9431. (Itchg))8 ,. . piano. See locally. Call Manager at on.SILVER
FORMER CONVENIENCE STORE at CHG WATERFRONT: Sampson Lake lots. 800-635-7611. ((3tpd ck 23789)) LAKE 2BR 1BA cathedral ceilings deck separate work shop and
comer W. Madison A Orange Sts. 12 PD office. Great Starter Home!
Approx. 1500 sq ft. Bldg wA ample r Y RDS l: "Si: i 2.3,4 9.3& 5 Ao.on 870 Breamwood ft on waterfrorft.Point Anyor Ap- BABY CRIBI Beautiful dark maple w/ .IMMACULATE 3BR 2BA corner lot f.nced bock yard brick, approx. 1300
... ,. ... prox.
M. '" spindle bars on 4 sides mattress.. Glendale St. Great 49500.
on
parking. $850 mo, 2 yrs. plus taxes. I. : ;: : : all lots. (305)) 882-0540) or 964- sq.ft. Buyl
Forinfo call Bill Greene 904-222-7500. 6727.9 CHG 959643151. (pd r 7688) *HURRYI LOOK I LOTS REDUCED Lots on Park.r Street and Wilson Road

3NEW YARD SALE Deo. IS. Hampton Villa CR .. .. 12 PDGREENHOUSE have been reduced. Call today for more details.
325 Hampton. Crafts, misc. Hems. ) \:WANTED: \ : FOR SALE. 10x12. Fiberglass BRICK HOMI ON MIMOSA DR.i This 3 BR, 2BA CH/A home has just been
MOBILE HOMES ((1tpddc3217) 7 PD : elec. a water. Custom built REDUCED for quick sole. W. must sell this home located one of the finest
GIGANTIC YARD SALE Deo. 7 A 8. Nice workshelves. Excell.) condo You move. neighborhoods In town. Call today. Don't d.lay. You'll b. sorry to miss sucha

coat A clothes. Heaters. Wexford WANTED laying hens call 7852-3997. Cost new $1200. Bargain at $500. GREAT DEALI11 I 1 ,

24 WIDE. Set up 4 Delivered on beds, milkglass. and much more. 100 (1 tpd r 7683) 11 PD Call 475-5792 or 964-8200. (1 tchg) LAKEWOOD ESTATES Two 1 acre lots side by side buy one or both.
your lot $15,995 or$190.59pe r mo. W.passed the cemetery.Follow signs. WOMAN WITH NURSES AID TRAINING 12 CHG Wonderful location.
Call 1-755-5114, Circle B Homes CRAFT( ) 7 CHG wanted to clean do laundry. Can take DINING TABLE FOR SALE.Solid Travertine 2-ACRES ON U WESTi Beautiful location, fantastic neighborhood. Nice
YARD SALE. Sat !from 0
Lake City. (pd ck 7083)) 4 A only of bedridden woman and eto. Dependable Marble base with beveled edge place to raise your children.
UN ? 1125 Neil CL Rain or shine.
PDBANK 4 honest. Must have own glass top. Seats 6. Purchased from 10 ACRES ON U EAST Great farm land. or wonderful n.w home site.
REPOS. Save thousands. Poor GAAAOE( ) 7 CHG car. Call after 964-6539.. (Itchg) Scan Design at cost of $1000. Less Make appointment now.
SALE.Sat. !from 9-3.Tires
only
than 1 Sacrificing at$700. Call
credit or very little credit needed. We .Off SR 16 11 CHG yrold. TWO 1 ACRE LOTS IN COUNTRY CLUB Beautifully located one of th. best
can Help call. Call 1-755-5114. CircleB 9d1138psetc.St. state HARD WOOD FREEIIYoucut I 964-7606. 964-8200 475-5792 after 6.(1 tchg) neighborhoods and friendliest people you could meet. Call today and let'sget
Homes Lake City. (pd ck 7083)) (on < ) 11 CHG 12 CHGREMODELED
7 CHG ELDERLY that n.w home started.
( tchg) COMPLETELY FURN.
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4 PD4BRSBIG FROM COUPLE will give good home
199028x70w/plywoodfloords, SAT. 8-3. 1210 Bradford.Saratoga to small short-haired dog. 964-6179. sglwkte, 2 BR, 1 BA. CHA, $4000 *WONDERFUL QUIET COUNTRY HOMI en 4 ACRES Immaculate 3BR home.CHI ,
wood siding shingle roof plus free Hts, Xmas trees, arts & crafts, (1tpd r 7685)) 11 PD cash. 496-2356. Itpd ck 3025)) A. on a main hard road priced to sell. This Is the country home you'vealways
delivery 4 set-up $282.20 per mo. men &women's clothes. Misc. Every- PERSON TO LIVE WITH PARENTS 12 PDTRUCKLOAD wanted. Call for more Information today.
Call 1-755-5114 Circle B Homes, thing Priced to gol) Itchg) 7 during week. Call evenings 7823567. SALE. Used fum., hlde-a- *WATERFRONT CONTEMPORARY TRI-LEVEL HOME 4BR 2BA CH/A over

Lake City (pd ck 7083) 4 CHG (1 tpdck 2084) 11 PD.._ beds, dressers, chairs, fabrics, etc. 3.000 .q.ft" gorgeous view of the lake from the 3rd level living room Ihatconnecl.
BIG XMAS GARAGE SALE. 5 families. Less than 2 mi.N.on 301 at the former
outside deck. 2 with entire
PDMUST
to sprinkler
a huge acres on system
Sat Deo. 8. 8 till 2. 706 Gene St 10-6.
S&W Muffler Shop. Open (Itpdr
SELLI! We have built new home like the Golf
Course. Fantastic
;'JUt; SALE : looks Keystone price.
Green Acres. SR 16 W. Itpd r 7689)) ) 12 PD
and must move) 12x55 Mobile Home ; *10 PLUS ACRES IN THI CITY LIMITS Plated out Into approx. 24 lots, great
7 PD FOR SALE QUEEN SIZE BOOKCASE
1980 2BR. 1 BA, CH4A. Well pump YARD SALE Sat only !from 9 till? Crib. WATERBED Includes heater, 50% for FHA, Multi-family housing or just about any type of money making pro-

4 power pple Included. Must be high chair,clothes,,etc.812 Falrlane. 4X8X7 PLYWOOD. CONTAINERS for ,wavele.maitre...,, padded, .ralla. ec)< you.de.lre,
'oe moved. Now only $520(3: eQ OBO.1101!GNat' 'or 18 ) s !"1 .irfokfor \ ,""' 'ale. Used exterior plywood for sale. 200. 964,9544. (JlchgU 1?.,,aiaCHQ .,... ,r *?-.1 I1CR!LOTS INLtA11Mj elt qAK XTES.'AUiiared.sn;: ,).!moweTtff; ,j:|
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'for' starter home or 2nd'' home Oall CHG <- lGE' OTY OF METAL ROOFING. Ap- 10X50 MOBILE HOME furnished needs ACRES PLUS IN COUNTRY Owner financing with low down payment.

782-3634 TFN 4 YARD SALE Sat Dec. 8 In parking lot at prox. 50 sheets. 4 Ige. turbines all for some repair. $975.473-4508. (Itcfig) Hurry I This won't last long.
PALM MOBILE 'HOMETFumlshed.: 2/2. Dr. Whiffen's office. (Itchg) $150.964-2796.(2W t ck 225) 12 CHG *REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE Spacious 4BR home, 1800 sq.ft. wplenty of

CH/A. W/D. Skirting screeend In 7 CHG XMAS I Baby Africsn pigmy goats,weaned SMALL RIDING LAWN MOWER, runs room to room Just seconds from the shopping areas and the grocery store.
porch carport,utility shed.New GARAGE SALE Sat only from 0 till 2. by Dec. 1st. Perfect for Christmas. good,$150.4'x24-Belt Sander boughtnew This home Is a Great Great Buyl
overroof. City water/sewer 25Ji' Children's clothes, glass table w/ 4 Diamond E Ranch Stock $50 each, for$250.will take$100. M.H.gas *TUTOR HOME Price has been reduced to sell quick. This 4BR, 2 story,
fenced lotin 'Immaculate. ) chairs.Wide var.of everything. Coun- 964-8504, near Bradford-Union furnace$100. Countertop stove $50 CH/A, beautiful area rugs, original window dressings and all original light
882-0540 or 964-6727. 4 try Club NE 2nd 4 15th Sts. (Itchg) County line on Rd 229. ((3tchg) Port dishwasher needs slight work fixtures. HURRY I Make on appointment today for this fantastic deal.
CHG 7 CHG 12 CHGCHRISTMAS 409642372. (Itchg) 12 *BEAUTIFUL 2 STORY CYPRESS HOMES Deerfoot trails Only 2 yrs old and

TREES 4 ft$10., 5ft-$15. CHG very well kept. This home has a wraparound v.randa w/t acre lot that
6 ft. $20. 964-6921 Novak olFalr- SEARS WASHING MACHINE runs good overlooks Sampson lake. Can be financed with Barnett Bank of Jacksonville
) 12 CHG small seal leak$75.4 Sears barstools, Call for Information.'
( to a qualified buyer. today more
DECORATE TREES Japanese Black cane-padded $50 set Chev. heads *ANOTHER HOMI IN DEERFOOT TRAILS Cedar home w/lnground pool,
record. $150. 7700)REPOSSESSED)
(Itpd r privacy fence on 1 acre of land located just seconds from the lake. Call today

to see this wonderful buy.
VA BEAUTIFUL BRICK VENEER HOMES In Longchamp subdivision. 38R 2BA 4

HOUSE FOR SALE yr. old home Is priced to sell. You must visit this home to see how great this
& HUD HOMES deal Is. Approx. 1800 sq.ft on 1 acre of gorgeous lawn. Th. home will b.

1501 E. CALL ST. Owner available from sold with opprox.i of Its furnishings. Make an appointment today to see
all of the lovely items that Is Included In this fantastic price.
Transfered.! Must Sell. government from $1 *BRICK/FRAMI HOME ON I ACRE IN COUNTRY Approx. 1300 sq.ft. CH/A.

without credit check. 3BR I'/tBA brand new remodeled kitchen. This Is ONE you must see to
Financing Available, believe. Financing at 9V4 percent interest for 30 yrs, makes a nice affordable
GJ'EaJALKXJDJO: You repair. Also S&L house payment. Call Sandra Anne or Debbie today to see all the

I $69,900. bailout properties. Call GREAT values and savings that TERWILLEGAR REALTY has to offer.

1-800-682-7555 ext:
9644705or Anne Terwillegar Brown Sandra Terwillegar

1_ a r-xu.,cR1 Q1114.is. H-4021 for repo list 473-7541 964-4003

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*DON'T MISS THIS ONIi Price reduced Owner must sell soon I 4BR 2BA 72.90 In OUTLAIRc selling? CalltisI.


town.*NICI UILDINOIOTI 210x125.priced at$7,300.. 123-90 964-4544
nllllflC VA ASSUMAILII Can't beat this one I 38R 28A. 148-90 y
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*30 ACRES and a beautiful 4BR 2BA hou...Mutt_I 150-90 I Your Full Service Real Estats Office Hwy. 301 S. 1St: :::: :

*ONLY $13,0001 for this 3BR 2BA. Excellent condo 169-90 AkI*$ a Starke FL :
*COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 2500 sq.ft home on 22 acres N. of Lawtey. Over __

1400 ft. frontage on 301.All cleared t filled.Zoning and site plan approved for

RV park on 11 ocres. Call ford.tailsl I 181-90 aIIam:9 .JLot41icrage .j\literfront: aa
MICK MOMS Lakevl.w with deeded
*KEYSTONE EAUTIPUl CEDAR AND .' Fleridai Slot*Certified*
"'I lake access. Incredible value I : .163-90 i.Re'af estate.App l sii ..JFuwCommerdal aa
DOWNPAYMfNT-NO PROB4.IM Owner financing on this 3BR 1MBA '
NO
I.fri.o-.h.r.; ;
rkk."Stove. CH/A. Sun
brick home. Call today) 60-90 Consultation* ['REDUCED New 4BR/3Ba a
.*YOU'LL NIVIR SEI PRICES LOWIRi.We. have ..varallokefronl homes In i UK Apeoirttms-nt I Deck 2240 SF. Garage W.II A Septic 1 Ac., $73.000.
Keystone city limits. Priced for quick...1.. Now lush.time to buy I 11 I 173.90, Bustnesi I '. 79 ACRES IN THI COUNTRY A-Frame, CI / nt Paint Stucco
174-90, 4 155-90 a 13BR/2BA, CILIA Fireplace Family Room Snack far laundry Room,

*THIS IS THI HOMI FOR YOUr a 4BR 2BA 2 story home on 10 cr... Call for 110x16 Utility Bldg w/Water A Elect., 175,000.
'. '." 1S4-10 I LANDSCAPED CORNER LOTi 3BR/MA CI Home Large Family Room

details.*NICE BUILDING LOT IN THI CITY 150x150 all ...,.d. Ready to build. 171.90 *OWNER FINANCING Brick 4/2 CH/A, new roof new paint: 55.000. a I w/Ad joining Screened Porch,CHtA Range. Refrl A .Dishwasher. 1100 a

*LAKI BimiR Approx. 2800 sq.ft. brick veneer, 4BR 2BA over \ acre. In. *COUNTRY LIVING Brick. 4/2, CH&A, 2000', 9 ocres/pool., 1 SF, j73.000ri Dining Family."
for horses I kids. J ON THI WATIRi 3BR/JBA Norwegian Brick, Living a
ground pool 4 Caharra.You must see this 175-90 ftDOUBLEWIDIi New appliances on 3 acres. Excellent '
irHOUSI A BUSINESS ON 7Vt, ACRES. Hwy, 301 ,frontage. Call for an *M ACRES NORTH OF lAWTIYi Own.r will consider financing. 1 Rooms, CHIA. 2310 SF. Porches 2.8 Acr..Home.. $87.000.Well A Septic 1 Ac.,
I A PEACEFUL 3BR/2BA Two-Story
16A-9O CONVENIENT TO STARKEr CB. 3/2 CHA A, FPL 1352 ft.. Ige work shop. QUIET
Inwpectlon. a
*SAMPSON LAKIi Nice remodeled dblwlde.on. \ 1/34 acre, I CO' an lake, nice *WALK TO EVERYTHING Frame, 2/1 fenced back yard all appliances, 10000.'. a $40,000' 2BR/1BA Frame, Screened Porches 14x16 Utility
OFFER
long dock screen porch, workshop. 151-90' *SAFE COUNTRY LIVING Custom'built 2-story, 4/2Vi' *;'2388* ft. on 37 ocr... Mustseel 1 MAKE Bldg Well>N a Saptlc. Larva lot.

*HWY 301 10 ocr... I a ACRES IN THE COUNTRY 3BR/2SA DoublewUe MH, 044*. Stave A a
*CHERRY STRUT 2 story 4BR 2BA new roof. Has 0 rooms, 2 IH IA.Versatile *COUNTRY HOMI ON 3 ACRES 3/2, great room wood stove over 1500 sq.ft. I 2
144-90 *BROOKE AREAS NICE NICEI! OW 3/2 with lots of extras. 1 1/2 acres fenced.' Refrl. 40000.
bldg. I a
assumable by qualifying. lOCATIONi walk to everything CB 1200 H. 3/1 CH/A. a COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
*MOOKER ROADS 3BR 2BA on 1M acre mtg. *EXCELLENT sq. Small Business. Far Rent orI
*SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Call for details., 129-90 *CONNERLV ISTATISiBrlck 3/2 on 1 acre ImmoC. cond., landscaped! yd. i. I WALNUT STRUTi Two Buildings Suitable for

OOLFVIEW LOTS Wooded.Owner will finance.' 128-90 CONVENIENT FENCED YARD. 2 BR, 1 BA.lne.pen.IlIylng. a I lease Warehouse a
of Space.
lots. HWY 301 SOUTH 200 B. on Highway. Plenty
AREA Starke. Brick Over 2000 sf. double garage on 2 large
*BEST SW Mobile
IA CB Home.
BR/1
NORTH Yard with :3
HWY 301 Salvage
beach.
A Swim. Wend Fum. Sandy
Fish cottage.
*LAKEFRONTS Ham., 40x60 Auto Repair Shop. 3 Septic Tanks A 4 Wells, 3 Acres. a
Call One of Our Professionally NATIONALLY KNOWN ELECTRONICS BUSINESS For Sal. to Qualified Buy.r.LAWTIY a
I For Rent or lease. ,
-IAST CALL STREET Office Bldg. ,
older home. 3/2 Own-t financed.:
..964-5069 AREA Spacious
Trained.St ff Today WALDO COMMERCIAL BLNLOINOi. In the heart of Waldo, Ideal for crafts, anilQues a stucTiD pROPtmrus a

.I' After Hours Call These Realtors etc.OWNER. ; 40 ACRES Can be purchased 'In :JO-Acre Tracts. Near lawtey.

FINANCES 2 plus acres, 300 ft. U.S. 301 frontage bam well and s.ptlctank. : I ACRtSi Frontage an Hwy 223. ,
Irene Faulkner. 964-5142 a HOME SIDO. lOTSi Hwy 16 W, City Water A Sewage. Owner Financing a

e Darlene Godwin. 468-2503 *FARM HOUSE a BARNS on 3 ac. Good area.Close to Starke. HOME BIDO. LOTS Shady Oaks I/O. Brooker.
964-9040 CRYSTAL LAKE HOMISITI:3 BR.CH/A 1300 SF. 1 ac. FOUR e-ACRI TRACTS Brooker. Hwy. ,"",tage. Owner Financing.
Warren "Woody"Ryder. B
'. *US Ml SOUTH Large triple wide 3/2 On 4.5 plus ac. Close In I a I THRU I-ACRI RIVERFRONT' LOTS Backer, Owner Financing.
e Thomas (Tom) Gross -. 964-6786 LAWTIY AREA Nice 3BR, 1 1/2 BA 4 sep. rentals, all on 1 oars.; IVINNOIII

e Jenny Mann. 468-2502 *BUILDING LOTS IN STARKE AND COUNTRY CLUB AREA Acreage. a woye.D abls.964-em 8111 Dodd -964 ldI ard.
Lak. Canal, large DW $34,000: owner inane.. 7454! Ml Gee.
5 Connie Williams. Property Mgr. *WATERFRONT Crosby 9444444A

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,windows&rentals.Get ready for URNtTURE-ChoIr. Bedroom Suit, etc.. IMNOOI-I held at Keyttone-MolroM/ YARMAU-Corage. Moving sale. etc.
104UPHIGHTFREEZER2yrs.otd.$150 3BH, 1BA BLK HOME In Lowtey. 2 1/2 the holidays! 7823089. (pd ck S60) Good condition. Coll alter 2 p.m. American legion Pact 202 on Hwy 21 :315-C and mdlan Troll. Thursday .
and mdving sale. 614 Lake Si 964- bike from school.$375 mo, $200 dep. 17 PD 473-4(72. ltchg12-6 on Saturday night a* 7 p....: end on December 6, Friday and Saturday.
3457. (Itpd r 7690)) 12 964-5340. ((2tohg) 13 REBUILT AUTO TRANSMISSIONS for $90. Sunday afternoons at 2 p.m., Itchg 12-6.
PD CHG most domestic cars w/6 mo.warranty BUNK BEDS heavy duty. Like new. 3mo 1x4/12.70 SATURDAY ONlV-Uirge variety. CR-214
FOR SALE John Boat w/ motor $300. FURN. 1 BR APT., dean quiet, adults $195 exchange.. Ready to Install.: COM new $329. Call 4739052. 5 am FLOOR. SAGGIN.DOOR to Silver Sand Rood to Overlook. .
Tool box A liner for sm. Ford Ranger only. 830 N. Temple Ave. 964-9424. 2727607. 17 till 8.30: pm. Itchg) 12 DRAQQIN.HOUSE OUT OF, Follow sign. ltehgl2-
$75. Call 964-2991. (Itpd R 7691) ( ) CHG BECOME A PARALEGAL Accredited: LEVEL??URue Leveling Service fore T I6Craft.f Flea Market,
12 PD TAKING APPLICATIONS for newly re- Member NHSC. Attorney Instructed FOR SALE an your foundation repairs, 4737721.BRADFORD .. Saturday. 8 to 4. Brooklyn Bay Rood.
12 HP SEARS GARDEN TRACTOR in modeled 1 BR house In town w/ spa home study established 1076. Fi- TFN 17 \ ItEMP
excellent cond. wI 42 mower deck A and Japanese garden. Private. $290mo. nanciataidREEcatalog.800.669! SATEIUTE $SVSTEM-repOM due to SEPTIC TANK SERVICE: .PRIOAV/SATURDAV-9, CR-352. Go 2
Made. 10- turning plow dble. disc. 2 614 Lake St. 9643457.2tpd( r 2555 Southern Career Instil. PO Box divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing/ Septic lank pumpouU at reasonable mils paved road White Sand laka.
cultivators/ planter and lots more etta 7690)) 13 PD 2158. Boca Raton 33427. down. $39/mo. 12721031. prices also drain line repair Starke Children1 School desk $6-IO televl-
lmla.$1800.080.Contact Randyat 1 BR APT. Stove A Rehi No Pets. $50 '17 FCAN 4IchgI2.6132027IATILUn 964-8121..TFN 17 .Ion* $25-173 tools, bicycle, radio,
964-6081. (Itpd r 7698)12) per week.Call 964-8498.((1 tpd r 7693)) HAULING OF ALL TYPES. Also yard SVSTSM-IIke n.w 6 mo. old PRESSURE WASH any trailer'$20 prey surd.... phone tape player, satellite
PDGASDEERBORN 13 PD work 782-1543.TFN) 17 with cron.bler. Nothing down tore wash any style story house$28. 'control box much more.1tpd12n.0003429 .
HEATER 42,000 BTU's 3BR 1/2 BA MOBILE HOME. Approx. 2 PDBABYSITTINQInmyhome. $49/mo. 1272.1018 12-6-13-20-27 Includes' windows (outside, only)
TREADMILL.Lilt .
wblower, fine cond. $75 cash. 964- ml. from prison In country. Call 431- .Birth school N.w.S325.473.1338.2Ipe1IZ.613.0003384 Removes mildew dirt A bugs. Cat DECEMBER 7-8-Frldoy/Saturday. Solar
7425.. (Itpd r 7703) 12i" 10974. (( ) 13 CHG age. Mon-Frllrom 6 to 8.2 Hot meals. 064-8981. (1tpdr 7652)) 17 panel letter people, clothing much
2 BR M.H. NOR RENT. $200 mo. $100 2 snacks. 9646341. Ask 'for Debbie. IVk HP-Shallow well pump new 2 gallon GOLD CREDIT CARD-S3.000. Credit" Line.re0erdle more. 63rd Street (Silver lake)I.
73 Conk 20"
foRfR NT1 : pit 2-peed Ian car
( 17PAINTINGAND
1tchgl2-6
dep. 964-8704. Itchg) 13 t of credit cash edvaacss.VisaMastercard .
'''''- ',"' .I PRESSURE WASHING. creeper, whit. metal detector day .
: : : : : CHG3BR2BADBLW1DEon4acres.$350mo. bed. Guaranteed no
Quality work at affordable prices Free Toro heavy duty 110 weeder.
security depoilt. 1-900.WO-1100.125 CHILD/ADULTCARE
EFFICIENCY ROOMS: Furnished utilities 4734060. Itpd 126.0003396WROUOHTIRONTable
$150 dep. 964-9017 or 964-8704. Estimates. Cole Contracting. 964- f... 4 t p d 11-29.12.21.0003371
paid A/C quiet No children or with 4 chair
pets. No drinking or dope. 964-6685. (Itchg) 13 CHG 4111 17 after P 5 p.m. ((6tpd '7538)) w/cuihlon. glow top. 1940 Dodge NEED A CAIPINTIir-Coll me ot MATURE LADY-will care for elderly per.
13 CHGWALDO 3BR,2BA BRICK HOUSE Crystal Lake. SEWING ALTERATIONS. 1947 Chevrolet, 1953 Chevrolet 473-7883. Quality work residential son In her home or their Must be am
VILLAS UNDER N> GMT. 1/2 acre fenced yard paved road$450 and SpecializeIn dresses.Call 473-0434. 1tpdl2-6.0003392 and commercial. FREE ettlmete end bulatory. 473-0078. 2tchg12-6-13
located mo.or small down and assume. 964- Evening gowns fancy consultation 2lpd12613.0003434AINTINOlnterlor
1, 2 A 3BR apts. Centrally Ms. Griffls SEARS LXI-Camcorder All accessories
4910. ((1tpd ck 686)) 13 964-9543. ((3tchg) or Exterior Call Doug
between Starke A G'ville Equal 17 CHG w/hord case plus new 2 Hr. Battery. AUTOMOTIVETRANSMISSIONSRebullt
Housing Opp. 4131971.CHOL( pd PDMOBILE BAKER LP GAS. Family owned oper- Kenwood 4-heod remote VCR. Both for Burnett et 4734060.
HOME 3BR 1 1/2 BA. unfum.. 3tpd12-6-13-20.0003416
ck0582)) ated. Senior Cit disc. Bulk tank rent $600 obo. Phone 475-1966 after 5 p.m. automatic
3 BR 1BA, CH/A. carpet enough room on Gnffis Loop $250 mo., $150 seo. $2.50 mo.We sell tanks a solicit cust Itpd 126.0003421HANDCRAFTEDRocklng I transmission for most domestic cars
for garden. $365 mo. + dep. 1 yr. dep. Call 964-2999 leave message. owned tanks. We put a lull 100 Ibs In hor.... Limited WANTED with 6 month warranty.,$195 w/ex-
lease.4 mi. N.of Starke on 301 to NE ((31)) 13 home cylinders for$23 on our dock at 110 A upply. Alia 1980 0ldsmobl1. Cutla*. change. Ready to lntall. 1-272-7607.
50th. East to NE 11th. Rt to sign. 1- 3BR 1BA TRAILER for rent $250mo. 121. 1-800-828-0555 or 259-6810. 473-4622. Itpd12-6.0003423 USED MUM UT-for Chrlitmo Call etchgll-8/12-27
7780314. ((2tpd ck 519) 13 plus $100 dep. On 2 acres, 301 (4tch ) 17 CHG 2 HONDA ATVS-3-wheelera-Cood Con. Elaine at 473-2438. llchfll J.6ESPONSIMJPorty
PDPINE South. 964-3989. (Itpd r 7812) PRESSURE WASH any trailer$20.pressure ditlon. $223 each. 4732135. 1tchgl2-6 to take on small HOMES FOR SALE
HAVEN 7 RM. 1 BA. CH/A. $285 13 PD wash any style story house $28. MVDHOIIC... Chair. Good a* newt! monthly payment on piano. s.. local
mo. $300 dep. Costello 473-3014 ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT: Stove Includes windows (outside only) Call 4732197. 1 tpd 12.6.0003426 ly. Call Manager at 80043S-7611. COOL OFF 'In this above ground pool In
before 8 p.m. (Itchg) 13 refrig.. $70 weekly with utilities. Deposit Removes mildew dirt & bugs. Call 3lchg12-6-13-20 the unnmer. Stay toaity warm by this
required. No pets. 9846232 964-8961. FOR RENT wood stove In the winter. 3BR/2BA.
SeeUnion I .(Itchg) 13 CHG (Itpd r 7652)) 17PAINTER
PD HELP WANTEDHAI.D.U..N..d.d. Brick. FencMl. Established subdivisionIn
County HEfPWA'N"tED;: : \ RESIDENTIAL work cheap. LAKE ACCESS-I 2.3 Bedroom mobile city limits. Assumable mortgagewith
I : Gull Crisis has lightened my work homai. $140 and up per month. Lake Licence ..e.qulr.d. no qualifying. 79000. 4733756.
Times :', .: :'" -' \ load. Call anytime 468-1666.(3tpd ck Geneva Rental, 4737366. Salary and commission. TFN

Classifieds on POFTAL JOBS 11.41 to 14.00/hr. For UNCONTESTED) PD 6mopd7-90-1-91 4732211. 2tchgl 1-29/12-6 $*.OoO DOWN-S289.30 per month for 10
... ..., and application Info call 219- DIVORCES $75 plus FURNISHED EFHCIENCV-Aportmont on years; 2BR frame home In good condi
.-pg.l 2B.. 769-6649 ext FL214 Dam Opm 7 small court cost. Completed In 2-21 Lake Geneva. Neat and clean. FOUNDGOLD tion. 27000. UNFINISHED-Florlda
days.(pd ck 25649)) 15 days only. Free marriage ccunsnling. $273/plu tax par month$273 cUpo.lt. cracker home t 5 acre, well I septic,
PD Call 9044739052. ((2tchg) Include utllltle 4732919. CHARM-lround at Chevron Motion. owner flnonclng-$20,000. WOODLAND
TO BUY OR SELL WATKIN'S PROD- 17 CHG 4Ichll".21.12.12 Picture of young blond girl, and baby. DRIVI-38R CB home family room
WE BUY & SELL UCTS. Call distributors Mike & Ramona CAR CARET Let me keep your vehicle 30 n CAMPER-for rent. Single prefer Call Monltor-473-2210. wood stove, CH1A. fenced
Crapse at Lawtoy 782-3068. shlney clean year round-Call Steve red. AC/Cable/full bath. Everything yord.$5S,000 3BR :2BA DW-MH with
USEDFURNITURE TFN 15 CHG Thomas 964-4260 alters p.m.or leave furnished except cooking got. $200 per family room addition 2-cor: detached
JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRAUA message. (2tchg) 17 month-ISO Depoilt. Call 4732667. CARS/RVt gorage-$37,000. Adjacent lot with
openings available In several areas CHG 4tehgl 2-6-13-20- 2-cor garage, well 8 ..ptlc-$ 0,000.
will train. For Info call! 708-742-8620 HANDY MAN: Bargain Rates. Painting. IBR/IBA-Lake Geneva H/AC $300/mo. 1W TOVOTA-21 ft. Mlnl-CMsor. Self. WUL-MAINTAINED-3BR 2BA DW.MH
ext 362. (4tpd ck 17729)) 15 Plumbing.Electrical.Decks Additions 4734961.7.4:3O.4Ichgll.I521.29.12.611.IIA.On. contained.. Mutt sell. 9044752680. front screened porch rear deck utility.
B&B PDRN'S Major Repairs. 25 yrs. Experience.Local block from Library. 2tpc111 .2.6.0000383197s $35.000. BEAUTIFUL ACRES 2BR
LPN'S. AND WARD CLERKS. references. Woody 964-5405 $250/mo. 4734961. 7430. CHIVY PU-1/2 TON. Excellent MM owner financing. 34000. HALL
Baylor and PRN positions. Apply to before 7 a.m. or after 6 p.m. for best 41chg1 1.15-21.29.12.6 Body new tire, AT very good condition. LAKI-3BR MH excellent condition par.
USED Ramadan Hand Instil/Flake Butler results. TFN (pd r 7677) 17 HOUSI IN-Melroe. 2BR and large den $3.000 obo. 473-3S07.1tchg12-6 tlally furnlihed. $40.000. HIGHWAY
FURNITURE Hospital. 496-2323.(21chg( ) could be 3rd BR 1''rfrn Nice 31S-2BR MH In good condition furnished.
15 CHG WANT TO DRINK. THATS YOUR BUSINESS /- neighborhood, paved tr".,. cable, ANIMALS $23.000. Call R. T. lovorn, Realty at
964-5190 RN-OR PRN Micro Hand Surg. OR ex- WANT TO STOP? THAT'S lake for (wlmrflinft. &yl.r BR hoe 4733254. ltchq2-6
per. necessary. Apply to Ramadan OURS! Alcoholics Anonymous 964- walk-In clo j. tS ntJ'H/A. Kitchen AFHA.ItU-Palnt mare. Gentle. $850
Hand Instil./Lake Butter Hospital.496- 3619.964-4150. 964-8614. (pd ck 493) equipped larle* shady yard. Available will hold til Xmo. 4737925. LAND'hACRIBullding
( ) 17 PD myir r 400 per month Include I tpel I 2-6.0000405
lot. will
Owner
EXPERIENCED CUTTER. Bradford collectlon and water. Call
SEIZED CARS Apply CUSTOM WOODWORKING A repairs finance. Almost. term Between
any
Fum. Hwy 301 N. No calls. additions, mobile Fr\ *475.1678 lor appointment to
phone repairs remodeling .... YARD SALES Bernice Road and Becker Rood. Writ.Joy" .
((2tchg) 15 CHG homes, cabinets and crafts. Phone Jtchgll21J912628R1IALargo "
17401 Oriole Road Ft. Myer,
4 wheelers
trucks boats great room, deck shaded -
LICENSED COSMETOLOGIST needed. 473-4018 after 5 p.m. lot. $375/mo.. first and last mot.depoilt. SAT. DlC..-. to S. CR-214. 5 mile N of Florida 33912 or call 8132673051.
R.G.C.0052543.
Senior citizens
Exp. in Ethnic care required. 964- Lake Geneva. Watch for 4t11iS2t29.126,0003327HIGHRI00IEstates
motorhomes, by FBI, IRS, 4077. (Itchg) 15 __ CHQ_ CHG special rate. (TFN) 17 MELROSE. 18675373.AREA-2BR Mobllahome 2tchgl 1-29/12-6 on 1 sign*.1 tpdl 2-6.0003375 Wood dry lot, very
SENSATIONAL-Scallng down sole.moving. close to main paved rood (on Yale
acre. $50/week $100 deposit.
DEA. Available f R.M. BROWNING MOBILE HOME latch String Road Melrose.December Street) $1300 obo 12647997.
your area ('M OM.: :f. [ t. MOVERS and set-ups.Call 755-3753 1-684-6634 or 473-3497. 8, 8:30 a.m. Itpdl 1-21.0003348
4tchg11-29/12-15
for free estimates. ((4tchg) 17
now. Call 18056827555ext. NICE LARGE HOME 8 rooms ft. bath for CHG 3B/IIA-Loke Hlllcr.it. $350 p.r month. tpd 12-0.0003400 Union County Classifieds pg. 12 B

owner. 3 fum: apts. for rental now WATER SPECIAUST: Pump and well Call 473-4367 orwirter 6 p.pn.475.5675. ....
C-3510 being rented.Can be bought for small repair.all ,makes.and model. Ufa- "'ml12-6-13;OOJQr7) [ .. .J') ,smallr" .. )1 ie'" ,; { ..1 I I...2 I i!
equity and assume mtg. Buyer will long resident with many years experi LAKESIDE-Cottag.screened IBI/TIIA.large deck. REPOSSESSED VA &SHUD
have to be qualified.964-2796((12tpd ence. Call Collier Griffls at 964- porch
ck 225)) 16 PD 6529.pd( r7687)TFN) 17PAINTING $26S/month and Available electric December plus $100 10. HOMES available from
security cI.p.
- - 2 BR COUNTRY HOME on 1 acre. Ige

r * I h/grm Screenedsjporch w/$29.000.lovely Call 964-_. It ext &10 PRESSURE yr.. exp. victor WASHING.Clemons Phone 126.0003422 473.7259 or 473.2530. Itpd government from $1 without credit

: SAVE BIG BUCKS I 8827. ((4tpd ck 1229)) 16 5.Painting(Stpdr.Contractor.7692)17) 964-6189 PD after SERVICESCAREER check. You repair. Also S & L

'LOG HOME MANUFACTURER Is offering Roof leaks or repairs. Call Woody 964-
1 to manufacture your log home and 5405.17 CHG IN REAl ESTATE.W. Train. Watson bailout properties. Call
GRAND OPENING I rebate $5,000 off our guaranteed OUT OF BUSINESS SALE. All lumber Realty Corp. 473-4816 chg8/30 tfn
lowest prices. Offer good thru Dec. 10%oft. All mdse In store Is 35-75% PIANO USSONS-AII Elaine Couln. 1-805-682-7555 ext. H-3659 for
I 1990. Call 18008293562. off. Open Sat Dec. 8 from a till 2. 7 09.1.
SPECIALS 142,8003 YR. New 2br 11/2 ba,CB brick ml. S. of Starke on 301. 468-2624. 473-2438. 2tchg 12-613 repo list your area.
Stephen Smith Lumber Trustworthy '
I front garage. Has all, great home. I PERSONAL: SERVICES:
Must see 831 Cypress. ((1tpd r 7694)) Bldg. Supply. (Itpd ;ck 4188)) \
j PD ,
Starke Florida I 18 PDI 17 .
HOUSE FOR SALE 6 rms and 3 acres of WILL CLEAN YOUR HOME or office.
I MINISTER'S WIFE WILL BABYSIT with SEIZED CARS trucks boats
1 1540 So. 301 land 30000. Has 2 barns also. Cal Dependable. A reliable. Call alter 6. tender loving care.Located douentown ,
I 496-1258. (Itchg) 17
I Across From KOA Starke.Any agecall 864-

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1DUTCHMAN : CR 229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133 BE YOUR expanding OWN BOSSI in your area.Wausau Dealershipavail. HomesIs now 1-805-682-7555 ext.

Investmt is secured In model
1- new homes in the 20'..Don pass this
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opportunity up. Call for info 8136768390. C3130.Chtristmas
TRAVEL TRAILERS .. (3tchg) 20 CHQAFFORDABLE .
& Wroubel Timber

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yard or on uncleared lots. Call
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RV SALES Ricky Wroubel Camp Blanding Rd. Land ClearingRoot

Call Anytime Staike FL 32091
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2 &3 BR, family oriented with Roads
Driveways Top Soil
TRAMPOLINESFactoty : laundry & large playground. Excavation Ponds Clay

DOWN WITH DEEP : Direct : .. FREE Electricity tint month Site Preparation Fill DirtBeach
Rent 3O* of your monthly
Round Galvanized income if you qualify.If Site Planning Sand
FRYERS & GREASESubway you earn $3.35 per hr..40 No Job. Too BIG or Too sm.ui
i $22995YearRound bra.a week A have 3 dependent, We Do It Alii
your rant would be about SI 12 a

: Lay-A-Ways : month left In the or S3.73 month per for day move-In for days Let Experience, 89 Your Guide In Business Since/ 1975
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Sandwiches & Salads is taking We Repair and Replace after the first. ;904) 475-2724
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Qualified Single Accepted.
Mats VRlDpStrapplq
applications for Restaurant Manager.. Are : Springs : Move-In coot can be ae low aa

you self motivated? Do you communicate I S1O.OO.@ 01_a_-

well with others? If have : 755-0877 Weekdays : -- -
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By BCT Butter SloH Writer Rahn OH 1 JANUARY 1 SAVE NOW I IL .

An auto sales lot that doesn't fronton
a street, doesn't have a salesman ] ;
and provides no services! on site won
approval Nov. 29 by the Starke Zoning
Board when C.W. Heavner, L
owner of Pep-O Gas, sought a
special. exception to sell vehicles off.IIIte. -
FREIXENET AND GLASSES
Heavner requested the special exception FRENCH CONNECTION
for a parcel located on the N A sampling of popular French wines'It A 750 ml bottle ol Freixenet Cordon Negro I ;
north side of McDonald's packed in a round willow table basket and and two black-stemmed tulip Champagne
Restaurant, and behind the Exxon r4iiiijijiJ; yj 1 includes Rose d'Anjou,Jadol Beaujolais/ glasse,.'9.99 ;i
Service Station. Entrance to the lot IIII iIIIi ] + Villages and Georges Duboeul. Chardonnay'
is adjacent to the mini-storage with assorted chocolate<: Irultlet.! -": !
building next door to McDonalds. rr
; 1) 31.99
Heavner said the 1 ) )
primary purposefor / -
the used car sale lot is to disposeof DAYSALE, THE KIYS -- uKR.ATGTRm

personal and company owned ; 7 ...::.".. y TRUFFLES AND CORDIAL GLASSES ITALIAN FEAST
vehicles which he sells from time to
CERTICATE An oval table basket holds the ingredients
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w A 375 ml bottle ol Truffles Chocolate
time to keep down depreciation.
for an Italian meal with II Cardo Cortese di
Liqueur with two handled cordial glasses .
Sales will be mostly by newspaper
Gaul and La Francesca Valpolicella.
ads, Heavner said. GOOD 1 1 THRU TUESDAY. DEC.11ifMnnits 1 7.99 assorted pastas and Lazzaroni Amarettocookies.22.99
Heavner had applied for a used
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car license for disposal of vehicles, -- -- -- .
and found that a fixed lot is a re- t FRANGELICO AND CUPS
quirement for obtaining the license. A 375 ml bottle of Frangelico Italian -
The Starke Zoning Board reviewed v.. 1 I 1 I Hazelnut Liqueur with two demitasse cups U W .
the request and recommended its and saucers.'9.99 U
approval by the Starke Board of Adjustment r. '.- '
which approved the KAHLUA 4 HOLIDAY MUGS m
special exception 4-0 the same night. BAND8AND GLASSES A 375 ml bottle of Kahlua Mexican Coffee
'Sc' A 375 ml bottle of B and B French Liqueur Liqueur with two holiday mugs 9,99 .. .
New Church Site... with two cordial glasses in an attractive gift _
J.P. and Katherine Griffin, Jr.. I nn.16.99
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.... GERMAN WEINFEST ,y <>>
owners of a lots 11 and 12 in the
Powell subdivision on Old Lawtey y Ta A Bereich Bernkastel from Carl Graff and CANADIAN CLUB GIFT SET IllJOJ1l[ MI.D.$1t I
Road, sought a special exception fora i SMIRNOFF PRIVATE RESERVE SET Nierstemer Gutes Domtal Spatlese with I A 375 ml butte of Canadian Club's rare
church building on the parcel. 'w1 11 A 500 ml bottle ol Smirnoff's 90 4' Private Franz Reh are beautifully featured in a red twelve-year-old Canadian whiskey is IRISH MIST AND GLASSES
Sale of the property to the Churchof Reserve Vodka comes with two Martini willow basket with assorted chocolate packed with two highball glasses in a gilt 1 A 375 ml bottle of Irish Mist Liqueur and
God by Faith is contingent on get ii glasses ready for serving 9.99 truffles.19.99 box sT.gg ; ..33 two snifters.*1,99
ting the special exception, Griffin d -
said. -

Me The Knight church, said the pastor congregation, James has SCOTCH I SALE 1 CANADIAN 1 I SALE 1 IVODKMAiB I I i i BUUKBUNS I & BLENDS I IJ

been meeting "across the road" for I
the past three years, and wants to iCHIVASI YUKON 1 5mimof1 .. dJM ABC iysis
HARVEY'SSCOTCH
get started building in the next few J SBA JACK PDOOF 1M 8O'( VODKA F KENTUCKYBOURBON

months. I,REGAL 9.99 80 VODKA 10.99 BEAM
The Starke Zoning Board recommended 1.75 1 8.99 SALE 750 SALE 1 OS SALE
approval of the request to LTR.-2.00 a.16.99s. ML -3.00 wAR 19ITU. LTR. -2.003. I 99
the Starke Board of Adjustment. 1749 149 .. = 1099 1
BOA Member Ken Teal moved to approve 6.99 miItUTt f \ ,;.,' 8.99 & i m IJL LTR.17.
the request, with a stipulation CS. OF -$209.88 CS. OF 6 $89.94 CS. OF6$113.94Canadian k CS. OF( .$89.94 CS. OF-$65.94 CS. OF 6 $83.94 CS. OF S $77.94
od one year to get the building
started. The BOA approved the MARTINSV.VQ FINLANDIA' StoUchnaya!

special exception 4-0. 2: JBSCOTCH Mist @Jwn VODKA 80 VODX \\DANJ4r W4\1ID\

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750 7.99 SALE J jrs 1.75 19.99 SALE 750 11.49 SALE )'
Ronnie King applied for varianceson ... I LTR. ML BLACK LABEL 88' PROOF
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side '
one of the
Starke United Pentacostal Church at 2499 5.99 M 1399u 3 14.99sCS. 9.99 sw 1099 1249
204 N. Water St., enabling it to add a nunCutty 750 ML i L
room to the building. CS. OF 6 $149.94Johnnie CS. OF 12 $95.88 1 CS. OF 6 $83.50 CS. OF 12-$157.83 W OF 8-$119.94 CS. OF 12 $137.88 CS. OF 12.$131.88 CS. OF 12 -$149 88
Following a brief discussion, BOA
Member Ron Denmark moved to : LORD Seagram's T .Ancient
grant the request, which received 4-0 CALVERT CANADIANHUHfim." fUISCHMANNS.VODKA. ( ? S0". JtolmMptoBLEND} 1(I( (
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approval.On Walker Sark [ <
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12.99 VODKAi t.7S 12.99
RED 175 SALE .75 12.99 SALE
SCOTCH ; SALE
Thermo the Agenda.Environmental.. Systems, 1'99 99 wvlRr LTR. nn mO.UU HUH LTR.-3.00 w MOT* ", fl 9 99 11" LTR.3.00 49n
24
Inc., (TESI) was on the agenda for 750 ML U:. & 9.99 KUItCS.OF6S77.94'a 9.99 item' ?LTH.e .. Q 7.77 GO am Kun LTD.

its petition for a rehearing.The VA.J) CS. OF 155.88 CS. OF 6. $149.94 CS. OF 6"$77.94 CS. OF 8-$59.94 CS. OF 143.88 CS. OF 74.95 CS. OF 6 $68.94TEACHER'S
petition is now a moot question
since TESI officials have
reached an agreement with City Attorney Terence Brown in which Label" Clan McGregor 89.95Seagram's Absolut 80 Vodka 149.95

participate neither TESI in putting nor its an officials incineratorin will I -- SCOTCH 1 LTB 75 22.99 SALE VO 113.50 j Fleischmann's Gin 71.50 Ballantine SCOTCH 137.00

Starke or Bradford County. -5.00 S... Rich 79.95 Gordon's Gin 84.95
There & Rare CANADIAN Captain Morgan SPICED RUM 95.50
was no one present to | < 26 17 oo m
discuss the issue. --'Ur"T; 1LTR.. 77 nun ,, Scoresby Scotch 98.50 Kessler Blend 80.95 ,w Wild Turkey 101 158.00
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CS. OF 6 $16194 CS. OF 6-$129.95 '
New Members... Gilbe' 's Vodka 64.95 Old Crow Bourbon 73.50 was?: Early Times 77.95
New BOA Member H.F. Wiggins
sat with the board for orientation, GIN SALEB

but did not vote on either of the three 1I1II': ]: =4''Jlil: 'f"IIJ =W '..UG.WINE SALE:" SPARKLING: : ; : WIN?SALE-; i CALIFORNIA WINE SALFI
items coming before the board. BURNETTGIN
BEEFEATER Mildara "SSSE"': :M 9.49 Carlo Rossi "= :s'o::.:::" dn. 5.49 Codornlu ....,' '? 5.99 Glen Ellen =:::&: :M 3.99:
O'Neal Leaving... Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal GIN 1.7512.99. SALE Chateau Dauzac :M 10.99 Gallo =5u::":-..... L\:. 3.79 Cook's :: :M 4.49 Geyser Peak -..LO. :M 6.49'

and told the both Starke the Starke Board of Zoning Board 99LTA "Z.UU n m Mun10.99s *IL Cardo SOAR' "M K 6.49 ABC -..':."," ITS.1 2.99 Moet i Chandon :;? :'Jt 18.99 Clos Du Val :.crroiBerlnger : :. 14.491

that he has resigned the position Adjustment and ; ,w. Maleus Rose' :M 3.49 Gallo ......................,....''i.:.:..:...,'."., ... 5.49 J Piper Heldsleck ':' :Iff 20.99 J u""r.. M 10.99 '

will Clay be leaving County.O'Neal .the city for a positionin CS. OF -$137.94 CS. OF 8" $76.95 Etuttlno Chianti Closslco yt 5.99 EII--' LTR Gold Seal .T. Sc :M 8.99 R. Mondavi. K :M 7.99
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5.49
Glen -. Lt/1. 710
expressed his appreciationto 0 Black Tower.=... K 3.99 KorbelUT ; IIL.99 Christian Bros. "SSf: TSO ML 13.99 ,

job both," and groups serving for the"doing community a good as Gilbey'sGin. <(-//nf// Jof.Graham .'::",n: :X 38.S9 !Cella) LAY;:::ifco LTN. 5.99 I *Den, (fl$ ChandOB .. ,1. .:::: 12.99] Sebastian! ...tor 7.0 ML 6.49

volunteer workers in a impor. Rlunlle .\ 5.79 Lofrancesco ....':'U K 5.99 i
very =tt "
tant area of civic responsibility. GIN phoulehlacheneN: I? 16.99 C. i Krog __,. ML 6.99
:.. (ITEMS WITH ARE AVAILABLE IN LARGER ABC STORES ONLY) .
99'; |oaoi uLwA'OL r? 5.99 Sebastian! a.L M 4.99
L 17"t& 12 I MARTINI A ROSSI I. .J
November Building IT?. 750ML Nicolas c.suu::: '? 5.49 GEYSER TAYUDRCALWCMMU CllaLSl.MlclJell.5.99.:: :::

Permits / CS. OF 6 77.94 CS. OF 12"$149.95 |I..Y. Beaujolals/ Garello TM? 6.99 am SpmIumlt PEAK WHTTKtMTAHOtt Inglenook :r 7e0 ML 6.99 :

Nearly Blue Nun Uebfraumilch .? 4.49 7so 9.99 SALE MD.N its 3.99 SALE ) Gallo -:2rrdosduBBls ::: :M 2.99 I
Double OctobersBy MANAGER'S I SPECIALS ML -2.00 ::... L | LO'' -1.00"
+ _. :M 9.49 '
Chat. Du Glana L? 12.49 ,,, j 4j999 n CH" '

Buster Rahn BACARDI CERTlflEO> *Chal. Poujeaux 'M? 14.49 7.99 1.5 LTR. 199 :e *Sterling _,oo..... :M 12.99

BCT Staff Writer AMBER OR SILVER oVODXAo "

told Zoning both the Director Starke Darrell Zoning O'Neal Board RUM GIN! RUM Sebastian, I ROBERT SLTITKRHOME CHATEAU WINES :

and the Starke Board of Adjustmentthat ) MOIVDRVI ; CHATEAU BERINGER' BORDEAUXCAIE
building permits for November, 1S9 in 109 A tftcuL
CABERNET SAUVIGNON
1990 made an upturn, the first in ,p',. LTII. WOODBRIDGECABIRHET CHININ LANC TIMBERLAYZINFANDEL Kifcrm
several months. CS. OF 8.$95.94 CS. OF 65.94 :::::b.wNn' SAUVIGNON 8AUVIONOM BLANC SAUVIGNON WHtTI ZINPANDtL BLANC I

November Estimated is cost$908,580 of construction, almost double for MYERS'SOriginal s a 499
: 499 399 4 -V
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"' ML
any of the prior months in the year. DarkRUM S 1.5 LTR. .... ML ML 750 ML 750 ML BUY ,10-QET FREI
Last year the estimated cost totals
averaged $1 million per month, but 12 YR. SCOTCH
this year, costs have been $500,000 or T Mwu s FROM OLENLIVET ey s r 5 1 M.13.99 SPECIALTY SALE iluo u'aI..ss. YL 13.99 OrDARBYBombay
less each month. 9 99 """' MLI. 12.99 Sombuco Romano J." 14.99 IRISH CREAM
November building permit fees 1449 .w Counoisler VJHarvey's 000500 ML 15.99 LIQUEUR.,
came to $3,753. 750 ML E .I 1 | Brandy B 7.49 000,5 M..L 7.99 Amareno DI Sarono IX 14.99 7.49
FREE
Costs by category: SSSSS-m: CS. OF12J159.95BEER 7M SALE
Mobile Homes, 18 each, $129,200 Berenbens i ilagermelslei Dill M 9.99 Drambuie S S! 21.99 Ikvtmsbre Boyd dame M 5.99 "L3.00 SI: ..

$529,157 Custom Built Homes, 10 each, SALE t LgINUR L? 18.99 Grand Hornier UOUSU/I Lf 21.99 Tla Maria L..VA"" K 12.99 4 .9 ??

Additions, 2 each, $76,663
.Upgrades, Reroofing, 5 each, 1j1r MILLER GOtAa.UIE ,2.,202. 5.39 SAtu Al, lUHOil.'DfC.RONRICO' s.RaaAAa .
6,9 Pools CAM1M2 'SEAGRAM'S j EARLY SCORISBY'S I I IISCOTCH j SEAGRAM'S : JAMES GILBEY'SVOOKA
and Decks, 2 each, $27,400 Ot "
OlD MiIXAU> .Signs and Billboards, 4 each CAN 7 BUNO I I TIMES i i GIN I IOXE U11.99iJ.

$19,200 Other construction 23 each I LAB ATI'S CANAOA NASTU. 3.99 i 12.49171 i ISM i 13.49 lei i i. /; ? '

$120,060 MICHELOBSCHLITZ i p'L; A' AA1! 3.29 2Rl L.T.I.0i0 20..N.I..AN..N I aOaONN..K.I
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BUS Juniors Invade Local Work ForceG.



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What If you spent years accountant but found that Shadowing program and a real look at what that career
studying and preparing to dealing with columns of similar programs across the involves. The hours, l
become a doctor only to find numbers for more than 3 hoursat nation are designed to responsibilities, the
that you fainted at the sight of a time put you to sleep? eliminate. This past Tuesdayand unglamorous day-to-day duties.
blood? Or, what if you had That's What the Bradford Wednesday you may have Some may have been given .:'j"I
aspirations of becoming an High Schools Career seen some new faces at various cause to reevaluate their career t
businesses, around town as choices, others may have had
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200 BHS their choice strengthened and : -
nearly Juniors
redouble their efforts to ./> ... Js'
k1"" : Iji-; 7 I ventured out for a taste of the 'fL -- .
f workplace. Students who seekto achieve that goal. : V.:" (:. ;:
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become doctors, lawyers, There appears to be no better """ :' ,- .. ___ .
-=Y dressmakers, f' '. .'If', .-
draftspersons
display of how business and .'r ,- .
r."r""f nurses and a wide variety of education can work together to .,". ", ...>:".."'\:'f, "., (
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other professions spent a day improve both the quality of a --f'.. ; .,. II I
-- alongside people who already students education and the Ester Ellerson who keeps the Courthouse: the county business
do that type of work. They got running smoothly at the Bradford stops long enough to I
n ) ;ul1 See CAREER page 6B get a opicture with her'Shadow'Kenya Atkin.


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icE8 < CENTER


-... ... ,'.;;.;., .. .> -- 1".4I \ o"m-c.ic'-JKIH I OlLE. 209 West Call Street
Starke, Florida 32091
Linda Leila's Dress in the Center her
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disolav.'Shadow Kelly Monnier some tips on the importance of a pleasant



SPRING Schedule

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Tues.-Fri Nov.27-30 Freshman Registration 10:00: A.M.-4:00: P.M.
Mon.-Wed. Dec 3-5 Registration By Appointment 10:00: AM.400: P.M.
Thur. Dee.6 Regular Registration 10:00: A.M.-4:00: P.M. It 6Q0-8:00: : P.M.
FrL Dee.7 Regular Registration 10:00: A.M-4:00 P.M.
Thur. Jan.3 Registration 9:00 A.M.to 4:00: P.M. It 6II:00:() ) : P.M. Students Who
Register On/Before Jan.3 Must Pay Fees No Later Than Jan 3.
FrL Jan.4 Registration 9:00: A.M.To 4:00: P.M. Students Who Register Jan 4
Must Pay Fees on That Date.
Mon. Jan.7 Registration 9:00: A.M.To 4:00: P.M. It 6:00 P.M.To 8:00: P.M.Classes
Begin.Students Who Register Jan 7 Must Pay Fees On That Date.
I FrL Jan.18 Last Day To Drop Classes It Receive A Refund
Mon. Jan.21 Martin Luther King Holiday

Mont-PrL Mar.11-15 Spring Break(No Classes) .
/ -a" FrL' Mar. 15 Spring Holiday(College Closed) -"

Mon. Apr.8 Last Day To Withdraw It Receive a'W"
Mon.-Thur. Apr.29-May 2 Final Exam Days

Carol Williams (1) and Tashier Allen(behind-L)spent the day
showing Shneka Hendrieth (R) how some of the county's businessis
conducted through their offices. in the courthouse
Course Sect Id Course Title Time Days Rm Instructor


1,1 !"..{, I 1. I DAYTIME
EC02013 OSI Prin.Of
P Economics I 8:30-9:45: MW 212 3 Strickland
MAC1102 OSI P College Algebra I 8:30-9:45: : MW 209 3 Becker
051'2711 OSI D Word Processing 1 8:30-9:45: MW 204 3 TBA
HCP0100 OSI 0 Nursing Assistant 9:00-1:00: M-F 106 4 Hitchcock
EC02023 OSI P Prin.Of Economics II 10:00-ll:1S: MW 212 3 Strickland
1Vitu[ -
xrti ENClO2 OSI P Writing About Lit. 10:00-ll:1S: MW 205 3 Turner
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p. PSY2012 OSI P General Psychology 10:00-ll:1S MW 108 3 TBA
ACC2011 OSI D Accounting II 11:30-12:45: : MW 212 3 Strickland
ENC2301 OSI P Advanced Composition 11:30-12:45: MW 20S 3 Turner
( r P HSC2400 OSI P First Aid 11:30-12:45: : M 108 3 Chapman

MAC1140 OSI P College Algebra II 11:30-12:45 MW 209 3 Becker
., 051'2711 OS2 D Word Processing I 1:30-12:45: : MW 204 3 TBA
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
Mill 010 OSI P Music Appreciation 8:30-9:45: : TH 108 3 Lyall
r DEP2004 OSI P Human Growth It Dvlp. 10:00-11:15: : TH 209 3 TBA
ISCl001 OSI P Fund.Physical Science 10:00-11:15: TH 210 3 TBA
AMH2020 OSI P US.History Since L877 11:30-12:45: : TH 212 3 TBA
CGS2S40 OSI D Data Base Management 11:30-12:45: TH 204 3 Elliott
ENC1101 OSI D College Composition 1130-12:45: TH 209 3 TBA
HUMI021 OSI! D Intro.To Humanities 11:30-1:20 TH 108 4 Lyall


4. EVENING
APB21SO 055 P Ceneral Biology 7:00-9:45N: M 210 4 TBA
nnmimiint"1 APB21S01 055 P Cenral Biology Lab 7:00-8SON: : W 210 0 TBA
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Bradford High School. I Instance I have learned that ns6 C College Prep Reading Lab 6:30-7:29N: : TH 20S 1 E1ihittCGSlSI0 \
am one of the many students you have to be outgoing and ns6 D Electronic Spreadsheets 7:00-9:45N: T 204 3 Elliott
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around and took pictures
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something which I thoughtwas really Is OS7 D Intro.To Computers 7:00-9:45N: W 204 3 Baker
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to be interesting We stood I would like to thank HUMID'll ass P Intro.To Humanities 6:30-9:4SN: H 108 4 Lyall
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Is Bradford County reces- money and get a little less for '
sion proof?Not according to a it." flv .
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random sampling of area resi- ,, '. .
dents who talked with the "I'll spend the same,"said < I
Telegraph this week. We Leonard Smith a longtime :
resident of Lawtey. "I'll just A/1
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year we've added a few .
grandchildren to the list. \11"
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Thomas"Freight"Lefevers Deerfoot Shopping Center

asked folks how this years Wal-Mart Plaza Starke
Christmas spending was
going to be compared to last .---i ..
years.We also asked whether l! Cindy Mancour
they were feeling the effects of
the current recession and if recession doesn't hurt me.My
that economic climate was wallet is always in a reces-
affecting their Christmas pur- sion.I'll definitely be search- GRAND OPENIN.GMonday
chasing. ing for bargains this year."

Everyone spoken agreedthat Leonard Smith "My spending will stay the
in some way the economic same.The recession has had
slump was affecting their lives. little effect on my job and I
David Fenton,who's worked don't feel that it will effect December 10
10 years for Griffis Fiberglassin Bradford County as much as ,
Starke said, "My spending other areas.We have a solid
is definitely going to be down. state employment foundation
Business has slowed to the with the prisons being near;
point where I've just been laid plus this is a low income area
off.We're just going to have to to start with," said Thomas
tighten our belts and weatherthe "Freight"Lefever a Native of
storm. Bradford County.

While Cindy Mancour had Dave Ballinger, a Starke
this to say, "I'll spend about resident and employee with a
the same this year as last year.I local electrical contractor said,
don't see the recession hav- "Our business has slowed a
ing a direct effect on myself little because new construc-
and family; it's just that you ,----....'" -, tion has slowed.I'll spend the
spend .the.. same amount... of Dave Ballinger same or less." .
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I Minor Injuries Semi vs'Car...

Starke resident Gladys Underhill Edwards,escaped making a right turn from S. Myrtle St. with no
serious Injury when her vehicle was struck by a semi headlights on. Traveling at 10m the vehicle
Dec. 4 on West Madison St. entered his traffic lane, McCranie Pocked his brakes Inan
I Truck driver Ronald 8. McCranle of Lake Butler Is effort to miss the vehicle, said,Major Reno.
credited with preventing a more serious accident, ac- Edwards was transported by Rescue to EMT's John-
cording to Major W. C. Reno. McCranie saw Edwards nie Clark and Paul McDavld.


I Bradford County Circuit Court Finals Nov. 26The


following cases received final ordered ($300 to Sears, $200 St. violence; placed on one year proba-
disposition in Bradford County Circuit Marks, $75 DeSue Grocery).
Court Nov. 26. Walter Alvarez pled no contest tion.Charles Jackson pled no contest
driving under influence (DUD battery on law enforcement: officer;
Alvin Fayson pled no contest (fourth offense); placed on one year 24 months DOC as a habitual felony
possession cocaine; adjudication probation with special condition he offender credit for time served.
withheld, ordered to pay $350 costs six months in the county jail, Kirby to Lee Casoelman pled guilty
.,', to BC Sheriff Fund. license suspended permanently, fin- violation of probation resisting arrest
Make this Season. We
Sawyers Shopping Headquarters ..
Christopher R. ed $1,225. with violence; probation revoked your
contest trespass; withheld adjudication Mark Allen Mosher pled no contest 18 months community control have Unadvertised Appliances & TV's marked down for
,placed on one year probation attempted possession altered cer- special condition-no Intoxicants. many
Harrison Lee Finley charged with tification and attempted failure to David Jim Browning pled guilty to Quick Clearance. '
violation of probation shooting into keep records; $125 court costs on violation of community control purchase -
occupied motor vehicle; probation each count, Tri County Probation 30 or possession with intent to '
MAKING ROOM
FOR 91 MODELS
revoked, sentenced to Department days.Sammie. purchase cocaine; community con-
of Corrections 24 months with credit Thompson pled no contest trol revoked,sentenced to 18 months
for time nerved (159 days.) sale of cocaine, possession of cocaine DOC with credit for time served
; placed on five years proba- Francis Eugene Converse pled no Magic Chef, Tappan and G.E $
Nov. 13 Finals tion, with special conditions,60 days contest lewd,lascivious assault upona $16900
Alfred Lee Griffin charged with Bradford County Jail. child;sentenced to 24 months com- Microwaves Start\ngat ,
violation of community control rob Joseph Edward Thornton pled no munity control continue counseling,
bery, of, a dwelling contest attempted lewd and no contact with children under 12
burglary ;
lascivious assault placed on 18 4
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sentenced(as a habitual offender)to years age.Emanuel
three years DOC in each case (to be months probation, no contact with Nick Klondes pled no Good Selection of
served concurrently)with credit for victim. contest possession of firearm by a Ovens & Cook Tops'
time served. convicted felon; sentenced as a _
Nov. 5Glenn habitual offender to 24 months com-
John Harris charged with inmate '
possession of controlled substance; Beaver pled no contest car- munity control: possession of can- 30" Gas Cook Top
sentenced as habitual felony of- rying concealed weapon; six months nabis and use of drug parapher- \
fender to 4V years DOC with credit probation, $150 costs. nalia; 105 days in county Jail (credit by Kitchen Aid
for time served, 140 days. Bruce Alan Christy pled no contest for time served). $29 900
Thomas Franklin pled no contest improper exhibitation of firearm; Darla Booth Frederick charged
burglaryand theft charges; placed placed on one year probation, costs with aggravated assault, discharging Reg. $499.00 -
'II' on two years probation each case tp<' assessed$100 (six months to pay), firearm in public\ aggravated
be served fepncurrentlyv 100 horf* f,:}'i eSSa. ... 'r.n_: t4',':;,..a'iu:7. 'C13._ 'y '
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To ArriveAt Dryers Much As "
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Santa Claus Is coming to the and Drive TV's
Fourth Annual Christmas Party at Good Selection of
the Bradford County Public Library.Dec. .
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Santa will be in the Library. 25" Phil 0o
Children of all ages are invited and f !1 co 39 SpaceReg.

cameras.parents are welcome to bring their WAI DmGN 1 Heaters

There will be refreshments, I $569.00
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sored by the Library staff and the

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Police Beatby

Bond was set at he I
$1.000.
was
FHP
released on his own recognizance: Troopers trate their efforts on vehicles being 13 on SR-100 SR-121 SR-231,SR-241, CR-125:, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-
Carolyn Eaves Continue License operated with defects such as bad SR 238, C1-i8 CR-257, CR-229, 7D6A in Union County.
BCT SUN WriterJuveniles Drakes worn tires and defective
Louis Vernard Bethea -- -
23, of
Vehicle Inspections In addition, attention
lighting -
Alachua equipment.
ChargedIn wan arrested Dec. :3 for
DWLS, Bradford will be directed to drivers CHRISTMASTREES
according to Patrolman H. County
Auto Break-ins who would violate the driver license ,
D. Griffis. He was released after a The Florida Highway Patrol will 4
laws of Florida. ,4
Six black male Juvenile have $215.29: surety bond was posted. be conducting driver license and The Patrol has found these checkpoints *
been arrested and charged with vehicle inspection checkpoints during .
to be an effective means of en-
into Roberto Rodriquez, 30, of Hampton the week of Dec. 7
breaking vehicle parked at the through Dec.
forcing the and driver
courthouse Nov. 27. was arrested Nov. 30 for DUI 13 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-13, license laws equipment of Florida while insuring Cedar & Pine 7 to 12 feet $19.
During the evening meeting of the DWLS! according. to Trooper D. C SR-16, CR-18 CR-16, CR-21B, the protection of all motorists. 3 Miles North of Alachua
Zoning Board 01 Adjustment three Roberts.Alfonso CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231, 241 N.W.199
vehicles were broken into while CR-227, R221230; and CR-100A Union CountyThe Hwy on Ave.
parked near the courthouse. The Scott 40, was arrested In Bradford County. Open 9 AM to Dark
Florida
Patrol will
Dec. 1 for DWLS according to Highway
radio was taken from a county car, the
Recognizing danger presented be
Patrolman Steven Smyth. He was conducting driver license and
two rifles were taken from another to the public by defective vehicle vehicle Stephens Farm
released after a $215.25 surety bond Inspection checkpoints dur-
vehicle and a window wan broken in was posted. equipment, Troopers will concen- ing the week of Dec. 7 through Dec. 62-3863
a in a third vehicle,a pickup truck.
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have been juveniles, ages 13 to 17,
charged with grand theft,
burglary of conveyence, accordingto iyr '. ". '.-- : .".:;,
Major W. C.Reno.Two of the five r r;: T'A
are also charged with armed duringa r / t/ l s ? ( .
communion of a burglary. The YYlnnLze -
Juveniles are also suspects in other

recent car burglaries. ..
The juveniles were taken to the -, ,M
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detention center in Gainesville. Two TM I
of the juveniles are on community
control and two were on house arrest s s s
at the time of the Incident. ,- r r s ,s s t l l 1 r _
The radio has been recovered, n r r R L I i I t' ,
said Reno. Q 1 t t 1. M.

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PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DiXIE LOCATION:
people were arrested Dec. 1 STARKE
for drinking and fighting. 470 WEST MADISON STREET PREMIUM GRADE
Janice Sue Lewellen, 39, of
Gainesville was charged with FAMILY PACK
disorderly intoxication,according to
Deputies Danny Thrift, Ron Davis
and Chief Deputy Pat Henry. FRYERDRUMSTICKS
Lewellen, who had been fighting
with her boyfriend, had a bloody EV E RY DEY
mouth said Deputy Thrift.Stephen 1
Lee Perrin, 32, was very
combative and continued to fight the
deputies,said Deputy Thrift.Perrinwas
charged with disorderly intox-
ication, battery of a law enforce
ment officer, resisting l arrest with
violence.He was additionally charged -
on a capias with failure to appear
for resisting arrest with violence, Iow PRICES
DUI,wilful-wanton reckless driving,
fleeing attempting to elude. 58
recognizance.Lewellen was released on her own



M.Bradford cent following Arrests arrests CountyThe were made Nobody Can Beat Nobody! LB.

by local authorities in Bradford

County. Winn-Dixie Helps You Get the Lowest Total Food Bill Everyday! I U.S.D.A. GRADE 'A' SKINLESS

Thomas Nov.Lee 30 Franklin for trespass, 26, was after arrested Compare Our Prices. You'll Like The Savings. FRYER BREAST u. $198

warning according to Lt. P.T.Gor
man. Franklin was told to leave the "

arrested.BHS football field, refused and was Discount Prices That Save You More!


Varaschi Rovonnie Pernell 22,
was arrested Dec.3 on a warrant for
grand theft, according to Deputy


Joseph Virginia DeBergalis.Ruth Moree, 45, was arrested S / ';; \ 1 -S
Nov. 30 for disorderly intox- f '
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ication, according to Deputy Dannyi '" '

cars road Thrift., almost according Moree being jumped to hit Deputy out by into several Thrift.the Of, 1 I \ f c. ; lrO,r _

Mores who was very intoxicated, AUgags All
said she had been slapped, accor- NalonaBnnd\ All Cosmetics \ An
ding to Deputy Thrift. She was ChIps.Aagazinea Suggested Bonneau Trial Sizes I Greeting Cards
released after a $250 surety bond Books Retail
Bck Sunglasses Everyday
was posted. ii Paper Price Everyda I Everyday
Everyday Everyday I
James Stroble, 22, was arrested _I _
Nov.26 for aggravated assault (war- -
rant from Telfair GA,according -
Count
to Lt. David olt. He was
charged as a fugitive from another
jurisdiction. D.ELIJ EVERYDAY FROSTED EVERYDAY

Emanual Brown Jr.was arrested LOW PRICE FLAKES EVERYDAY fOAC LOW PRICE
PRICE
Nov. 30 on a warrant for violation of LOW
probation aggravated battery, ac-
cording to Deputy Roman Alvarez. F Red Beans 1
Traffic $* I:11 !

Haywood Barton,60,was arrested I
Nov. 26 for driving while license I'l ; .
I
suspended (DWLS), unlawful ''t
transfer of tag, according to Deputy "SMOKED NICE! SLOW" I /
Thrift. He was released after a WHOLE BARBECUE: 'F .
$215.25 surety bond was posted. '
CHICKENS<
Earl Wade Godwin, 20, was arrested l -
Nov. 30 for driving under the j .
influence (DUI and DWLS, according I
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transported to Bradford Hospital Michael Douglas Stone wan found Juvenile Car Thief
Carolyn Eaves where he was pronounced dead. guilty by a jury of seven counts of TimeTwo
--- KT StaN WriterJuvenile Three juveniles were detained at the sexual battery occurring three years Gets Prison
time of the shooting by Starke ago. At the time of the Incidents 17-year-old Juveniles chargedwith
Gets police. Johnson was later charged Stone was the minister at Church of stealing can earlier this year
with manslaughter.Johnson Christ in Lake Butler. The victim were one to prison time.
E-Z WHEELS Prison Time wan ordered to make said she had not been forced or entencedf Dean pled no content
.For ManslaughterA restitution of $2,891.80. In custody threatened by Stone who is her to multiple charges of grand
since his arrest,Johnson will received father's step brother, but she was theft auto and wan sentenced Nov. 26
1320 N. Temple Avenue Starke 17-year-old Starke youth was credit for time In the county jail coaxed into having sex with him. to nerve 12 months in the Departe-
sent to prison for the shooting deathof and the juvenile detention center. ment of Corrections an a youthful of
Stone
and
was adjudged guilty
Kenneth Williams
fender. He five
wait placed on yearn
Ear Johnson Jr. pled no contest sentenced to serve 15 years in the be
Former probation with the first year to
4-7783 to the charge of manslaughter, was Minister Department of Corrections on each served at Restitution Center in
adjudicated guilty as an adult Nov. Gets Extended of seven counts. The first three Jacksonville. Dean was ordered to
19 and sentenced to eight In counts will run concurrent. Counts
years make restitution in all cases.
Prison TimeA
and will be
4,5,8 7 served con-
the Department of Corrections.
C.Gunter
A co-defendant,Johnny
I a e.Ptl lie Williams, 21, was shot Jan. 18 in former Lake Butler minister James secutively L. Tomlinson.as ordered by Judge wan sentenced Nov. 13 after he pljdguilty ;
the shoulder while a group of Individuals was sentenced Dec. 3 to serve 75 to four counts grand theft to
aWapnaBcKi were gathered in the Reno years in prison for having sexual intercourse Dial 911 five years probation with the first
area shooting guns. Williams! was with a 17-year-old.. Emergency year to be served at Probation Rnd

---;-. _. ,..,...,..-:0....;.. __ .....,.. ._ -- -......., Restitution Center in Jacksonville.
IJPI'" --- "ill '. ,,-. Gunter wan ordered to complete 100
-
hours community service and make
All Our Beef Is Naturally Aged full restitution totalling nearly

and Tender. And It's Trimmed $10,000 to companies.Dean the victims. and/or their insurance

of Excess Fat to a leaner Iq p a j jc1E Gunter and Travis Lee
'r '::: quarter Inch. That Nelson were charged July 23 with
means you stealing vehicles from Gene Matthews
IIII III11 get more Beef for your money. Barbara Johns and Barbara
Blackshear. The vehicles were
Wd i, recovered and returned to the
ll owners. At least one had been
wrecked, sustaining extensive

damages.Nelson's case has been continued

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Bradford County

Rescue Answers
W-D BRAND
W-D SMOKED PORK 151 Calls In Oct.
U.S. CHOICE BEEF

BONELESS U UL. SHOULDER Medical Bradford Services County Rescue Emergency responded
to a total of 151 calls/or/runs duringthe
month of October, according to
Supervisor Cliff Chapman.
BOTTOM PICNICSPRICES 115 transports required the
transporting of 121 patients. Thirty-
six calls required no transporting.

ROUND ROAST THUH3.WED.DECEMBER GOOD. The The back-up majority unit of made the patients 22 runs., 74,

1-12,1990 were taken to Bradford Hospital.Six
B. QUANTITY RIGHTS patients were taken to Shands
_RESERVED..s1.MI_ so.V Hospital, four to North Florida
...
Hospital and 27 to Alachua General
111I Hospital, in Gainesville. One patient
was taken to Baptist and one to
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE W-D BRAND W-D BRAND US. CHOICE 9 9 9Le. Memorial, both in Jacksonville, One
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BONELESSBOTTOM BONELESSCUBED BONELESS to Orange Park Humana and one pa-

BONELESSRUMP ROUND BEEFSTEAK TOP SIRLOIN Pa FOOD ALBTAMPB tient Illness to Reception related calls Medical topped Center.the list

ROAST STEAK STEAK of emergencies with 56 people
needing attention. Twenty-two people -
in trauma required attention
with an additional 11 in trauma
$199 $229 $299L& $397 : resulting Sixteen cardiac from patients a vehicle required accident.at

LB. LB. made
PORK $ tention.Five runs were to people
SPARERIBS LB 197 with respiratory problems.One .
run was to an overdose victim
one to a gunshot wound victim,
-.........- one run to a suicide attempt,one to a
A" S4llSlGI fight and one run to a person in an
W-D REGULAR I ---- emotional crisis.
1\\ -- One person was dead when the
FRESH TURKEY 1J j1J[ FRANKS orBOLOGNA CommunityStale; unit arrived.

CUBED STEAK W-D SAUSAGE Rescue assisted Rescue 74 (Mid-
: Rank Ibml .r dleburg) with one run, assisted

I .' 9J M \i \ C WHOLE MEDIUM HOG or HOT MILD,,. :. I THESE SEfVICjESAVAILABttfChecking .,01 'St 'tle! FDIC, .Bradford,at>two Hospital atnJoture, provided, ,*"IQ 8.Wot.standby

$2'3 9 9 $19'8 .-* :2VJ; :.; -'1t awlw's' Checks ball game Hand proV'deftI1infer.
-. 12-oz. Savings Account Credit Card Applications hospital transfers for eight patients
L B. pKQ. LB. Loan Applications Money Orders Sue calls were cancelled enroute
ALL VARIETIES Certificates of Deposit Night Depository and one call was a false alarm,said
FRESH FRYER W-D CHOPPED $299 W.D CHIPPED Money Accounts Notary Public Chapman.
3ge
$239 "
2".01.
CUBED STEAK. La HAM . . La MEATS ,KG. HOURS: GrantedIn
Divorces
WON-WED. 9 am 4pm.THURS4FHI. SG
3-LB3, or MORE W-D U S D A. 'INSPECTED :
FRESH MARKET 97e ENDLESS LINK it $699 TURKEY NECKS or $680 SATURDAY 9am 8am-2pm.pm. ank\S- Bradford CountyThe

GROUND TURKEY u SMOKED SAUSAGE rlla WINGS . .

HICKORY SWEET WATER W-D ADDED COOKED $C99 MADISON BRAND $399 dissolved following during marriages the month were of
$298 MS.
BONELESS HAMS u HAM . . ?,: CORN DOGS . rut November in Bradford County.

HARVEST Andrew James Wise &: Chona
.: Rivera Wise.
+7_ EVERYDAY Jack R. Orr &: Donna Janel Orr.
EVERYDAY FRESH Earl Franklin Goolsby & Janice
PRICE \ PRICE
PRICE t.IDW J tAW
LOW /__ Jones Goolsby.
Clarence Dwayne Bowen &:
j d PRODUCE Charlotte KapeDen Bowen.
e Lucius Gordon Young, Jr. &: Erin
Williams Young.
'tt1'I I Gregory Allen Brewer &: Kathryn
I
:k Nature makes the produce. Hennessey Brewer.
& WINN-DIXIE makes the difference.BROCCOLI Kenneth Douglas Chitty &:
e
/ I VINNIES PIZZA Deborah Kay Chitty.
Thomas Allen Smith &: Rose Lor-
HARVEST FRESH rine Smith.

orCAUl9 I October

Daniel Thomas Rountree &: Mary
I iKathryn Rountree.

Fla Hosts Million

t Visitors in 1989


Florida. played host to an
estimated 38.7 million visitors In
IVIKYDAY LOW mid ',,: HARVEST FRESH 1989, an increase of 5.3 percent compared
U'H 1.1-7\IH.l..IJ II II '
IVIRYDAV PHICt / to the previous year, according
GERMAN CHOCOLATE STRAWBERRY STRIPE, IN QUARTERS : J. i.,,.. LETTUCE to figures compiled by the
BREAKER COCONUT GOLDEN, VANILLA or SUPERBRAND $ 18 Ii i rl rlt Florida Department of Commerce.The .
PRICE
3 i '
- !t CHOCOLATE FUDGEPEPPERIDGE MARGARINE 11-01. I t\ 2 state hosted 38.7 million visitorsIn
--- APPLE FARM b ; \,/ 0 0 1988.
," $129 TEXAS BUTTER FLAVOR HEADS $1 Last year's visitor total is slightly
JUICE CAKES . .
IK. SUPERBRANDBISCUITS FOR higher than the 38.6 million figure
KOUNTRY FRESH 5 ta $100 1 forecasted by the Commerce.The .
tit 1001.MG.. 69e . 1989 visitor count includes approximately -
C WAFFLES . KRAFT _. 20.7 million auto
9 9 THRIFTY' MAID PHILADELPHIA / HARVEST FRESH travelers and 18 million air
fJ:11 SHOESTRINGPOTATOES $109 $113 SALADTOMATOES travelers.The auto traveler figure is
2 tae CREME CHEESE to .. 10.3 percent higher and the air
. lAGS INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED traveler figure is .1 percent higher

THRIFTY LONG DRAIN THRIFTY MAID 79C SUPERBRANDCHEESE $238 11I- the than previous the comparable year. numbers for

RICE. to to ,G 6Se ORANGE JUICE to 12 UN to . pea, 6 Despite a 2.4 percent decline In
790 visitor traffic in December 1989
WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE. I PACK compared to the same month in 1988,
MARKETPLACE U.S.D.C. INSPECTED U.S.D.C. INSPECTED PKQ the state saw a 3.9 percent increasein
visitors the fourth
31/35-CT. EXTRA LARGE JUMBO during quarterof
e PHARMACY HEADLESS SNOW !CRABCLUSTERS: visitor the count year. was The 2.9 December million. 1989 The

SHOP OUR WINN-DIXII PHARMACY f WHITE SHRIMP 1 tB. total for the period between October
RADISHES .... 3 for and December 1989 was 8.7 million.
For Your Prescription Needs. Our Statewide tourism indicators In-
pharmacists are available to answer I WHITE Of PINK clude the following: statewide

your you of prescription low cost generic questions drugs, advise recordWHARF""n when FLSFiFitMAIVS $ 9 9 $ 9 9 I V FLORIDAGRAPEFRUIT 3 9 9 ri averaged hotel/motel 59.7 percent occupancy in December rates

available. have computerized Foe 1969; The Florida Hotel and Motel
.
keeping for your convenience accept FRESH SEAFOOD S LB LB. Association reports a statewide occupancy -
all major third party prescription U..DC. INSPECTED! U..DC.INIPICTED! FRESH HOTEL BAKING $100 rate of 70.2 percent during
plans Including PCS-PAID and 3 1989 Florida Welcome Centers near
MEDIMET. and will never knowingly DEVILED 2 $100 DELTA PRIDE ::" $99 POTATOES robe I the ;state line received 84,793 cars
undersold. CRABS . : CATFISH FILLETS La. and 218,852 visitors in December
; Between January 1989 and
1989, the Welcome

Total Food Bill Everyday II. received visitors.-' 1,137,185 sales tax. cars collec and

I lowest In. January Tourism-related for all 1990 of 1989 totaled totaled sales$147.6 f tax 1.5

and 11.9 percent Increase
over the 1988 total.



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Career Shadowing
from page 131

quality of the worker who who 'participated" in the V 4"\

enters the workforce. program. This program helps a
Christy Reddish an student to prepare for his/her
occupational specialist and a chosen career and adds another
driving organizational force level to our commitment to _
behind the program said, "I'd provide quality education."
like to thank all the businesses Educators nationwide are facing _




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/*%& J) Saturday, Dec. 8th I .. ', # IIV: : t Wilson 11M Studstill,vice President/Loan Officer for First National_ }'

Bank of Bradford County explains some the day to day duties of
*** 2:3.0 5:30 Lit Ayer a saleslady with Stumps in the Deerfoot Center gives work at the bank.Santa. of ..';,,
p.m. BHS Junior Paula Helton some information on different styles of "1- --- .+..-. u.if ....,

Button pictures available for $3 clothing they stock. Fe Notes

I College !
,
Register for Drawing Specials Too an array of social financial and Shadowing' program in particular
managerial problems. .Forming helps students to understand how
Stump's Dept. Store closer ties with the business the basic skills they are currently Variety Revenue of SFCC faculty, staff and
community can and does provide learning in school will come into Sante Fe Community College's students.
Deerfoot Center assistance to strapped educational play out in the work force and helpsto Creative Arts and Humanities Highlights include: "Claw.
Village Shopping systems and overall; tends to prepare them for the hard work Department will host the Santa Santa Fe Jazz Combo,
Fe Revue Dec.7 and 8 at 8 in Dance Theater of Santa Fe, the
p.m.
U.S. 301 South 964-5423
improve the of education for
quality ahead that will make them valuable Bldg. E auditorium, Gainesville. Gainesville Choral Society and
the students. This 'Career and efficient in their chosen career. The Revue, spotlights ll .the talentsH1 many other acts.
General admission is $5. Admission ,
for SFCC faculty, staff'
and students and senior citizen
is free.
** *

Class for Parents .
Santa Fe Community College I lit
ready to help those who want to .
get back into the job market, ,
want a career change,or want to
T1 Renta'sr. begin a new career. .
Starting Dec. 3, free classes
will be offered for parent or '.
homemakers in Alachua and
Bradford counties. The two-week ,
class, which meets daily from
noon to 3 p.m.at SFCC's Andrew_
Center in Starke, provides voca-
tional and career assessment
counseling, job search activities
T. V. and and employability skills.
Appliances more Call information.395-5393' or 395-5850 for

,tour


_. Rent to Own -- Personal Saltzman RelationshipDavid DDS, PhD,
Santa Fe Community instructor -
,will share the rests of
20 years experience in the Art

NA Three Convenient Locations : and Visualization Science Dec.of 6 and Creative 7 p.m.in

building W,room 279.Techniques
will be demonstrated to
,test relationships
I' anxiety personal j -
# and health. The presentation -
will focus on practical application
instead of theory.
Star
e Admission is free.Call 395-5703
Green Cove for more information.

446 W., Madison St. Springs; SFCC Registration

Winn Dixie Shopping Center. December 6
326 Ferris St. A Special evening registration for
Chiefland the upcoming Spring 1991 Term at
964-6424 284.7885 the Andrews Center in Starke I b
scheduled for this evening. Dee. S.
2202 N. Young Blvd from 6 to 8 p.m. The complete'
schedule of classes for the Spring
Chiefland Regional Shopping Center Semester beginning Jan. 7 can be
found in today's edition of this
493-O9O9 paper.
Registration will continue daily
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. "

: /.ti 0 'h.c'"' ;'e- .y .'>< '... i?'.-, '?.'>*' Z r < "'+ "{;.iy t.a:t ,.. .' >..1>t'.0i.1.f"; ; : #$..5 ....; : ,"" 1.,t.:;< Jan.The 7 and Spring runs semester to May 2.begin.\ on
: a.- >>
[ R < : tor A i>-: Ow 1; :tYou.ve"G. t, :Credit: i M'hi:: J's! Math In ,addition English,to Social basic Science classes, and I In

'4'u ,':,.,<,r. ..,t. "V"of x.. .,..',':/,..' .,..",'"l'W',_ ''','..:"'J".*"', }"",.' .S'.:",'. >.. ..<"y> ><..,..J.c-:::." .,. ,,."..".. ., '",- ',.",,:,-C::!-w X'n,k" < i,,,".:, ,,.,,*>.,lr.. Accounting and Computer Including
No Long TermObligations Word Processing, intro.
D-Base, and Electronic Spread
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No Gimmicks
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January 1991
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j' Weekly +
p @ Selected Items Only Amnesty Days will resume coO e-
\? ting In the North Central Florida
ITOR' Regional Planning Council arM
.r. HOURS January 5, 1991.
u ntaY:! 9-6 ,". In Bradford County,collection) of
household hazardous waste,
to
l :? wlauesdaY9-6 RENT TO OWN ,'tr2 100 pounds per family,are cbeduM up
MAJOR BRANDS for Saturday,January a,9 a.m.until
L Thu"isSYICJ.S 3 p.m.,at the parking lot at UM north
lr' : 11.li.\3@ Washers Dryers end of the county courthouse .
FIdayg9 Saturday, January 19, collection
SaturdaY9-6 Freezers are scheduled for union. County In
S Refrigerators Lake Butler. ..
undaY.Closed .
The popular Amnesty Day* program
Microwaves was reauthorized by tha 1M
Florida Legislature for another
state wide sweep.The program cow-
ducted by the Department of Environmental
Select Any Video Cassette Recorder Console Stereo Systim, or Remote Color Portable Rigulation, .1...
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;J From Our Complete Line of Products. government agencies farm\1:\
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VCR ra Color Portables L' -_. waste.significant(2)To amounts educate of citizen hatardmvj about
with Remote with Remote -- the safe and proper management of
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Mrs. Lizzie Bradley of Raiford *
daughter Is seated by her
surrounded by seven of l her eight
children, who were present at the
celebration of her 100th birthday

4I1 s Mrs. Bradley was 100 years ofiT
d' December 8,is an active member
I ol the Raiford Baptist Church

and enjoys talking about the
"horse-and buggy days." }
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Lynn Marshall's 2nd grub clan at llaiDpfon Elementary make a tapestry and Christmas Carol book to be send to

Bryan teacher dark at Hampton,a UJS Elementary.Marine currently deployed in the Mediterranean. Bryan is the son of Jean dark a 1st grade Lizzie Celebrates 100Yrs. (


Mrs.Lizzie Mae Bradley, who was Lake for many years before recently
? 100 years old on December 5, was moving to Raiford where she resides
honored Thanksgiving Day i with a with a daughter and son-inlaw. She
family reunion at the Kingsley Lake still enjoys talking about "the horse
'ati s y, ?fir Civic Center and buggy days" and is still attending -
Seven of her eight children were in church services at the First
'' yJ realift ;f, attendance to help her celebrate, Baptist Church at Raiford where she
II along with 98 other relatives. She is a member.
has 22 grandchildren 49 great The church declared Sunday,
grandchildren and 39 great great Dec.2 as Lizzie Bradley Day where
L c 1 grandchildren.Mrs. she was honored with dinner on the
.Bradley was born Dec.5, 1800 grounds and a Gospel Sing duringthe
in Winder, Ga., the ,daughter of the afternoon
late John B. and Ella Treadwell. On Mrs. Bradley's children are: Mrs.
January 12, 1908, she married the Rachel Geiger of Ashville N.C.;
late James Madison Bradley of Jack D. Bradley and Mrs. ilerniceB.
Monroe, Ga. They moved to Florida Cox of Orlando, Fla.; Mrs.Nell B.
c in 1922 where Mr. Bradley retired Dearborn, Reese C. Bradley and
y y %,S? a from the Florida State Prison after J.M. Bradley of Jacksonville; John
n rr 33 years. He died in 1959. Leslie Bradley of Starke and Mrs
Mrs. Bradley resided at Kingsley Carolyn B. O'Guinn of Raiford.
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.l ted-Mirror Curio ICT Staff Wrlt.r other non-profit entities in the com
Clay Cablevislon Officiate Paul munity.
j Hoffman,general manager,and Bob Hoffman said his firm has excellent
t t't Riegel, director of sales and cameras and equipment
jj marketing, presented a check for available for school use, but likenedhis
&;i1ct9 more than $600 to Bradford County workers to piano tuners who
School Superintendent Jim Duncan were technicians,. but couldn't play
Monday, Oct. 29. the instrument.
The check brought the total con-
tributed to the Bradford Education
Riegel explained to the dozen or so
Foundation by Clay Cablevision in
teachers five Starke
the past few months to representing
approximately -
schools, that a number of channels
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$1,000 Duncan said.Rtegej
lend themselves to school use, including
said the funds
weregenel'lted
Discovery, C-Span, Arts and
in a promotion to get new
Entertainment (Add) Weather
,
subscribers, in which Clay Cablevi
sion contributed the first months Lifetime, Family and others, some
fees for a limited time, most recently of which are not presently available
three weeks. inaaylCbfcl I In ..Starke, .recommended theM
viai Aa ofRifklnandAssociat ."teachers", tape ; shows after
subsidiary Wiewlnr ItsContent! ; I In" the
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television operator,head-
nience. The of
free
in programs are
quartered Denver. Colorado.
p'5 eo Rifkin and 16 other cable companies commercials and copyright clearedfor
control the bulk of cable television in use by the schools.

the United States, Riegel said.

r TV In Schools... New Program
Hoffman and Riegel offered a free Hoffman said Clay Cablevision
plan to Bradford County Schools wants to put something back into the
served by Clay Cablevlslon11n which areas that it serves, and chose to
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the schools,already wired for cable, support "Cable Alliance For Education -
will receive the cable programs ,"a program supported by the 17
without charge, along with the main cable television firms in thenation.
magazines "Connect," and .
"Discovery" and other instructionalaids
fan for use in the classroom. The two officials distributed
aI Additionally, Bradford schools In packages of VCR tapes to each of the
I Starke may take advantage of the five schools represented, along with
equipment In the First United applications for the magazines and
Methodist Church for televising programs other instructional aids, all of which
even Tornado football is without cost to the school system.
games. Free techinical service was also offered
I II! Clay Cablevision has had broad- in event it is needed to get the
casting capabilities from the Starke system going, or to keep it going,
Methodist Church for the past Riegel said.
s several years,used for broadcastingchurch wives of the officials served a
services each Sunday morn- salad luncheon with a cheese cake
ing. In an agreement with betweenthe dessert to the 15-20 persons atten-
church and Clay Cablevision,the ding the session.Enhance.

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Obituaries -. ... I\ ... !I .. ... Local Woman Awarded ___ --Jm 101.-\1)1.: ...,. ".- '... ....,11 -.,

Child Care CredentialEula

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Gertrude Cook ', Starke; one sister, Coulna Delmageof Myers Nichols of

Gertrude Cook, 76, of Melrose, I c Brunswick, Ga. and a Grand- Lawtey, Fl. has been awardeda
died Nov. so at her residence following Child Development
an extended Ulnetu. Bom in Funeral was Dec. S at the Chapelof Accociate (CDA) Credential in
Boone County, Missouri, Mrs. Cook Archie Tanner Funeral Home in recognition of outstanding work
moved rose in 1965. She WM a Starke, with Rev. Jimmy Dobbs of-
member of the Methodist Faith and Rev. W.T. Laney with young children. The
a homelD er. a.sistlng.and was In Crosby Lake credential was awarded by the
Survivor Include her son, James Cemetery with Archie Tanner Council for Early Childhood rzvpt
G. Cleveland of Hawthorne and 2 Funeral Home in charge of ar Professional Recognition in
sisters,Inez Gardner of Boone County rangements.
Washington D.C., which
Mo. and Myrtle Miller of Seattle,
Wa. represents the early childhood

Funeral services were in the Andrew Cochran profession through its
Chapel of Parker Funeral Home in Andrew Cochran. 71, of Glen St. affiliation with the National
Columbia, Mo. Burial was in Mary, Fl. died Dec. 1 In the V.A. Association for the Education of //V tt
Local Memorial Cemetery, Columbia, Mo. Medical Center In Lake City following Young Children.r1. x )
arrangements were under the an extended umugj. Born In _
direction of Jones Funeral Home of CartersvUle.Ga.,Mr.Cochran lived ,
Keystone Height. in Lake Butler before moving to :
Baker County in 1978. He was a i iwr
retired farmer and a member of the !
'Lillian A. Earl Protestant Faith. He was also a '
Lillian A. Earl, 61, of Keystone, member of the D.A.V. and A.A.R.P. ji IM' 4 1'wi t :..Vr
died Nov. 29 in North Florida Survivors' Include 3 daughters, i t M
Regional Medical Center in Rosa M.Dillon of Glen St.Mary,Annette : Ad s 1F
Gainesville following an extended il S. O'Steen of Jacksonville and I f h : I ;
lness. Bom in Staten Island, N.Y., ,Cherlene Trimm of Glen St.Mary; 4 Ii Ii i
Mrs.Earl moved to Keystone In 1969 sons, Roger D. Cochran, Lee A. i F
from Bear Mountain,N.Y.She was a Cochran and James E. Cochran all I -
member of Harriman United of Glen St. Mary and Mary and -
Methodist Church in Harriman anda Sidney J. Cochran of Raiford; 4 r uulsor Maser Activities Director Sally Buchanan who
homemaker. sisters,Vera Matthews of Lake City. I rI get this thing moving rode alone with the residents.Other lid members along
Survivors include her husband, Ollie Mae Turner of Randleman, The residents of Windsor Manor got a grand lour of for the ride were Elaine Gunner and Tina Stanisxetnki.Backrow. .
Herbert D. Earl of Keystone; 4 N.C., Ruth Carroll of Albermarle Grills Loop complete with bxjrmgon,hay and blankets .L-R:Emma Smith,Florence Wilson,Bernice I
daughters,Kathleen Shostak of Port Al.N.C.; ,and and IS Melba Grandchildren.Pounds of Anlston .w. to keep any brisk winds away.Jimmy Silcox was the McGruder,Virginia Hollr,Myrtle Bailey,Alma Biggs

Jervis Highland, N.Y.Mills, Deborah, N.Y., Merrilee Earl of Funeral: was Dec. 4 in the Man- EuUNIcfaob wagonnuster br the bayrido which was directed: by Katie Henderson.Annie Tomlinsoa anaHazel Lucas.

Franzen and Pamela Rodgers, both town Congregational Holiness
of Tucson, Arizona 2 brothers Church with Rev. Tim Cheshire of-
; CbA
is the
only major Graham Ranks
ficiating. Burial followed
Charles Newman of Binghamton, in
Woodlawn national effort to improve LAKE AREA
N.Y. and Victor Newman of Staten Cemetery In Macclenny.
Island; 1 ulster, Florence Blake of Archer Funeral Home of Lake child care by evaluating and Best In South
Newburgh, N.Y. and 8 Grand Butler was in charge of ar recognizing the skills of PHYSICAL THERAPY Inc.
children. rangements. individuals providing care. On Environment ,
Funeral was in Monroe
Although the first credentialwas
Presbyterian Church, Monroe
N.Y.
Dec. 5. Burial followed at Highland Mary E.Pancoast Vincent awarded just 15 years ago, Senators Bob Graham of CERTIFIED REHABILITATION AGENCY *
Mills Cemetery in Highland Mills, Mary Elizabeth Panccoast Vincent 42 states plus the District: of Florida and Al Gore of Tennessee
N.Y. Local arrangements were ,70,of Starke died Dec.4 in the Columbia already include CDAin have the best 1990 environmental '
under the direction of Jones Funeral Gainesville Nursing Center in child care licensing records southern senators, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy,
Home of Keystone. Gainesville following an extended il- among
In lieu of flowers, the family re- lness. Born in Massachusetts, Ms. regulations. Others are according to the League of Con- & Speech Pathology
quests donations to the Monroe Vincent moved to Starke In 1984 considering similar action. servation Voters.
Presbyterian Church, Monroe,N.Y. from Melrose.She was a member of Parents who use child care Graham and Gore earned 92 Medicare Insurance and Worker's Compensation Accepted
10950. the First United Methodist Church of are especially concerned today out of a possible 100 points in the
Starke and was retired from the about their children's welfare. League's 1990 "Environmental Karen Lord, M.A. CCC/SP
University of Florida as a clerk with candidate for the CDA Ploatner O.T.R.
Every Peggy
Amy Strickland the Accounting and Finance Dept. Scorecard." The group examined
J.f\my Moore Strickland, 87, of Survivors Include 1 daughter credential is observed woring 12 votes this year, most of them Laura Hodges. P.T.
Kingsley Lake, died Dec. 1 at her Mary Elizabeth Vincent of Georgia; with your children and is related to the Clean Air Act. Beth Bigelow, P.T.. RN A.T.C.
residence following an extended il 1 son, Leighton Malone Vincent, Jr. evaluated by a team which Graham and Gore were rated
lness. Born in the Theressa area,, of Gainesville; her mother, includes early childhood 100 by the League of Conservation S.R.: 26 & Centre Street 486 N. Temple Ave.
Margaret Pancoast of Starke
2
Ms. Strickland moved to Starke 12 sisters,Charlotte P.Frees of Starke; experts and a parent. The Voters in 1989. Melrose, Florida 32666 Starke Florida 32091
years ago from Belle Glade, Fl.She
candidate must demonstrate
member and Ethel P. Blalock of Neptune This the League of Conservation
was a of the First Baptist year 475-3113 9642208Hours
Beach and 4 grandchildren. ability to work with familiesto
Church, a homemaker and a Voters disagreed with
member of the Order of the Eastern Funeral services were Dec. 7 in develop children's physicaland
Graham and Gore on of 12
the First United Methodist one
Star No. Church intellectual ina by Appointment Physician Referral
224,Woodmen of the World. capabilities
listed
with Rev. Dwight McQueen of votes in the League'sscorecard.
Survivors include her husband
safe and healthy learning
Treadwell Eaton Strickland 01 ficiating. Burial was in Eliam : .
Cemetery in Melrose under the environment. '''\ C.-
Kingsley Lake and 1 sister Ethel
,
direction of Jones Funeral CDA is
Raymond of Kingsley Lake Home in having a positive
In lieu of flowers, contributionsmay Starke. effect on the quality of center-
be made to the First Baptist based child care. Its biggest PEP-0 GAS & FOOD STORE

Church Building Fund, 163 W. Jefferson impact may yet occur with its SAVE.

Funeral St. Starke services, Fl were 32091.Dec.- at -, -- recent: availability familydax.care : 620 S. WALNUT ST.

""ertI", >>I '1ites13ryan m .k8..yrLa..'..;1..w/J..IN.MEMOR s ;ROY R.CLEMONS_: '_e "of care Tor, the young rnosj ch commonjormj ldren. Cfiristmas Specials

Burial was 'in Crosby Lake DEC.8,1980 Child care staff andparents
Cemetery under the direction of wanting information on
Jones Funeral Home of Starke. GRAND-DADDY: CDA should write the Council
BUSCH SUITCASE Merry )
It's been ten yearn since you've been
gone for Early Childhood 24 -12-. Cans J BUDWEISER
David F. Rogers Up to heaven, where you belong. Professional Recognition at Christmas 12 Pack
David Franklin Rogers, 22, of You're in a good place,this we know, 1718 Connecticut Avenue,N.W., $ 99 $599
Starke, died Nov. 28 in Jacksonville Just wish you were here to watch us 5th Floor. Washington, D.C.

following a sudden born and illness.lived Mr.his Grow we have, over the years, 20009. Or call (202)) 265-9090 or BUSCH P w F'I1rEE; CAKE MIOB'S'lISP
Rogers
lifetime in was Starke.He was a memberof Learning right from wrong,laughterand 1-(800)-424-4310.( 6 Pack the Baptist faith and was tears.The Other local day care 16 pz. COFFEE
at Winn-Dixie Warehouse right from wrong is our gain, providers who are working W12 x OLD MILWAUKEE
with
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'.. The laughter is fun, the tears are Only 15*! 8 ?
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or. Cup / 6 Pack
member of the Florida National pain.You $209
would tell us when we were Bonnie Ford, Barbara McNeal,

Guard Survivors for 4 years.include is mother,Clara Boys Starke Little School Linda FREE 1 Gal. MILK
honest and work hard.
Wilkes of Starke; 1 half-sister and Stand alone with utmost pride, Bryant, Bradford Pre-School New 2 Turkeys 1% LOWFAT $229
Kesha Wilks of Starke of Starke Rosemary Jackson,
For if don't, I'll tan hide I
your
1 cousin, Deborah Phillips of You loved you us so, this we Knew, Beginnings Valarie Jenkins and Given Away'

Jacksonville. Never a doubt, not even a few. Rosalyn Nichols, RJE Center Each Friday \'
DeWitt'C. *
Funeral was Dec. 2 in the [Ruffle \ FREE
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You were so strong,loving and able, and Becky Slater, Midway
in Starke Burial
Jones ; I
Chapel POTATO CHIPS
was in the Evergreen Cemetery Yet so tender with your- prayers at Learning Center in Melrose.The REGISTER 99t GIANT CHRISTMAS
a .
table. SIZIn'
the L LARGE
under the direction of Jones Funeral is still course they take is at Santa Fe NOW STOCKING TO
Our love for you so strong,
Home in Starke. Please watch over us, help keep us Community College and their BE GIVEN AWAY yQW
from all wrong. assessment fees have been paid / Champion DEC 23rd.
For one one we must go for through the Bradford BREAD >>t
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S. Bush
Conley Down life's road with our seeds to Intervention V LOAF
County Early
conley S. Bush,79, of Starke,died sow.
Dec. 3 at Alachua General Hospital We'll make you proud,just wait and Program. '" ,-.--- .. -
following an extended illness Born 'see- -
in Ocilla, Ga., Mr. Bush entered the We are your grandsons and so proudto
U.S.Army and moved to Jesup, Ga. be!
before moving to Starke in 1966 We Love and Miss You Soil I
where he owned and operated the John Jamie Jason demons Christmas
Gulf Station on 301 N., and also Illernj
operated the Bush Nursery on Ed-
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retirement.He was a member of the would like to thank everyone for
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Survivors include his wife,Lois G. Luciel!Dahlman
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Suwannee Downgrades Tornadoes To Tropical DisturbanceLike

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a freight train with a full mishandled a punt, all of which set By the half the Bulldogs were up prepare the best;you can. But it was -
head of steam, the Suwannee High up Bulldog touchdowns. Suwannee, 24-0. They added two more TD's in just like a big boxer pounding on a II
Bulldogs rolled over the Bradford as with any good football team, the second half.Suwannee little: guy. It takes its toll. I think
Tornadoes 38-0 in the Section 1-3A capitalized on the breaks. stuck to its inslde- they'U repeat as champions. I hope
football play-offs, the final step to The game was played before a outside running combination of FB they do."
the state class 3A championship crowd of some 5,500 fans in Nelson and RB Plummer. Neither Live Oak won the toss of the coin
game.It Memorial Stadium. The Bradford broke a run longer than 20 yards. and choose to defer and receive the
ends the 1990 football season for fans didn't find much to yell about. Behind the big line, however, the football the second half. Bulldog
the Tornadoes at 11-1,which tops the The Suwannee machine was complete Suwannee backs got enough yards Randy Banner kicked off into the
two previous records.Suwannee, down to a press in a truckwhich per carry to keep the football and endzone.
6-6, goes on to play Ft. Lauderdale printed the 38-0 game score grind out yardage steadily.
Cardinal Gibbons at 7:30 p.m. Friday and circulated them minutes after Suwannee had drives of 29, 13,28, ua E .d
Dec. 7, at the Municipal the game. 80,59, 7, 18, 41, 72,and 23 yards. See Page I1B M i
Stadium in Daytona Beach for the Speedy halfback Billy Plummer,a
state Class 3A title. sophomore, repeatedly turned the It
took the best
teamin "
Big, physical and fast, the corners on the Tornado ends. Plum Bridlord High 0 0 0 0 00
Bulldogs line dominated the entire mer ran 13 times for 109 yards. the state to knock SuwinitM High t II 0 14 II
football game,opening holes for runners Bulldog fullback Marcus Nelson BHS Suwannn
and stopping the Tornado of- was the workhorse, running off Bradford out of the Pint Downs 4 22
fense.Plus,Bradford backs fumbledthe tackle, up the middle and cutting Ruining. lards 25'" 41-351:
football three times and outside for 164 yards on 26 carries.MITCHELL'S .....n.Yards 0 .if. .
playoffs.Coach PC-PA-PI 1-7-0 ....
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BHS rushed for 87 yards! on 25 car Scoring 1-14 4-40 s '.
Summary
ries. Suwannee rushed for 355 yards I)Suwanna*Nigh-TI.hl..d Jamai H."I.II
;wee, e on 48 carries. Bulldog QB Alex Noda yard....from OB AIM' Nona.(Pi Handy(an-
completed 4 of 14 passes, but two nor,kick..._....Tim.7:01,IQ.I .
were for touchdowns, from 28 out to )Suwanna High-Running back Billy Plum-' u
ek .
7' eued tight end James Harris and 8 yards mar, 17 yard run. BFi Two point' canv.rslon.Ralph >.tti
out to wide receiver Ralph Lott. Lott,.pan from OB Aim' Noda.4i32,2Q.
Suwannee passed just enough to I)Suwannoo, HighLlnabackor.,.., Tm r.nc..Humphrty -
10 yard run fumbrecov.ry.' BPiBanror.
*S keep BHS honest. .kick 4iO,JO.
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"We were simply outclassed," .. t.
4)Suwanna HI. -Tight and Jams Harrli, ,I
Tornado Coach David Hurse told the yard pan from OB Alan' Noda. KPt Banner,
127 E. CALL STREET STARKE Gainesville Sun after the game. I'm kick.IllW,4Q.: This is the view Bradford defensive linemen faced the
>> throughout with
not so simple as to think this couldn'thappen. I)SuwannRBa...,.'a".lonlOy.dun..P pine
You hone for the best and Bannar,kick.0,54.40. Suwannee.A quick pitch to the back and swing around the. outside helped
account for the 38-0 final score.
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Suwannee Bigger.,, B eit.er Executed
From the ----
DHS 20, Tornado LL) :
wingback Wall stopped after Houston. But on third and four the ft-0 with 7:01 remaining in the third $ e played one of its better
on the one speedy Plummer the \.ncl line oeud, mwlokmit the five
yard turned
double handorl corner period.On .
Play from- fe Ingle inside around left end for 12 yards.On first the ensuing BHS possession against the Tornadoes, says ; ."The.c for the QII8"IO." ,.
wlng. FiiIl6 Hurse. The
Robert Hankerson F down from the 28 Tornado 28 yard Jenkins got four yards In between to Bulldogs flayed! season ended on a BOUT note,
quick diver over left got IIIX yards on a line Plummer was stopped for no pass Incompletions, and Jenkins well only against Lake Col but I"can't say enough about our
down tackle on second DT Jonathan Ferguson High, and Crestview, Hurse boys, said Coach Roland Cummings
>, but punted 44 yards.
ran into jammed
a host 01 the defensive
Bulldog linemen up the line. From the Suwannee 38. Plummer )) coordinator.
Jenkins on a third and lour On second down from the 28, QB turned the corner around left end for could have beaten any Suwannee is the best Class 3A foot
play. Oak took punted 38 yards Noda threw across the middle to TE 10 yards. FB Nelson got three yardson except Suwannee and ball team In the state,Coach Cummings -
drove for the first over at Ita 43 and Joe Ben Roberts. Three Tornadoes first down from the 28, rover Coach Hurse believes. believes. "I"don't see any obvious -
plays. Fullback touchdown 7 converged on TE Roberts, but all Jenkins and cornerback Robert quick pitch killed us." said weakness Coach Cummings
and 6 Marcus. Nelson got bounced off and Roberts ran the Nichols making the stop. After two a Hurse. Bradford defenders says of Live Oak.
6,5 *
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for Nelson was final 15 yards for the TD. Tornado IncompleUons, Bulldog Banner did a poor Job of defending that Bradford didn't get the breaks the
no gains by rover Allen team had been
stop. Phillip Crawford blocked Banner'sextra getting, Cummings
and punted 19 yards and BHS took over
tackle
_
Shauntel point kick. Suwannee.was upA on the Tornado 40. Hurse lauded his coaches point out.
On first down Robert Hankerson doing a terrific Job developing On the positive side Bradford has
I 1990 li-l Tornado team. Pre- been s-s, 9-1. 9-l, and 11-1 the last
left
got but a yard on a dive on four The
ckle. But wingback Julius Harden prognostications were for a years. Tornadoes beat both
got nine yards over right tackle. On which some local fans last Baker and Santa Fe two out of the
three
third and short Allen would be good. years.
wingback missed three chop blocks It took the best team in the state to
ou. Jenkins got four yards for the firstbut
n I fumbled the football, which rolled three clips, Coach Hurse said knock Bradford High out of the state
rYr toward the Suwanee goal and watching the film. And an of football play-offs, points out Coach
called kick-off. at the five Cummings.
Live Oak recovered.
From the LO 31, FB Nelson had
runs of 13 and 13 yards. On the final
1 of the first period Nelson was
.7 held to one yard when there was no : TULLER
hole at left tackle. QB Node tried $
passed into the endzone, but Tornado t.Augustine.'u Center
Robert Nichols got under the
football and knocked it away. Noda Keystone Heights Office
slipped down and lost three yards
.. J rt when Tornado linebacker Joe Gordon S. Lawrence Blvd.
rushed in. A Banner field goal
from 54 yards out was short. 473-7213
BHS couldn't move but Jenkins
punted 51 yards. LO's Ralph Lott rt{
returned the punt, but Suwannee
was penalized 15 yards for clipping INJURIES
and took over at its own 20 yard line. ,
r y Suwannee then drove 80 yards on 7 &Ann .Work Related

plays, with Plummer going in from ) Back .Sports
17 yards for the TD. QB Node threwto l- Personal
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WO Lott for a two point conver .. Leg .Auto Accidents
sion. Live Oak led 144)with 6:32: re-
maining in the second period. .. I )
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but recovered the football. On first
down FB Hankerson punched over CARE
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I Billy Plumber on the quick pitch which worked so well for them. the kickoff, the Torndoes moved 22

yards, mostly on a 19 yard run by
Allen Jenkins, about the only time a NEW USED
I BHS back had any running room at or .
the Tornado line sealed off the right
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side and Jenkins turned the corner.
H But two palill attempts,with QB Reggie S .
Sheffield under heavy sure
1 were Incomplete and Jenkins punted
36 yards.
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yards to the BHS 17 where Banner
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punt twice. Catching the second
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the football playoffs, the Bradford can develop. southeastern states, placed in the may be helpful the following night at Custom BuildersUS
wrestling team opened its season Tyler Elder (12) suffered a rib In- tournament. the Bradford gym.
with a not too uprising loss to the Jury and was defeated in the first Brad Hamilton, wrestling at 145 Friday night Lake Weir will cometo 301 S", ((11/2/ mi. from Starke)
Suwannee Bulldogs, 12-71,Saturday, period, In the 189 pound class. He Is pounds, won a second place berth, the Tornado gym. Lake Weir has
December 1, at the Tornado gym. expected to be back ready for action being defeated in the finals, for a 5-1 been the district champions the last Are you ready for "Your Dream
Lacking depth on the roster,coach after this week, coach Purdy says. tournament record. two years in class 3A and a big Home to come to Lie?" Bring your -
Brett Purdy moved some wrestlersup John O. Williams, another veteran Raymond Trimble, 171 pound rivalry has developed between the dreams or plans to Langchamp /
as much as two weight classes to and contender at state last year, senior, palced third in his class, going two teams,who met a second time In
fill the position. Even so, three positions along with Brad Hamilton, was out 6-1 in the tournament but being district tournaments. Homes and let the professional staff -
were lost by forfeit. with a neck Injury received defeated in a semi-final match. Lake Weir has moved up to 4A this help make your dreams come true!
Five Tornado wrestlers, four of Thanksgiving weekend, at the John O. Williams wrestling at 140 year, so this regular season match
them freshmen, were on the mats Southern Open matches, held at pounds, received a sprained neck in will be the only meeting between the \\* feature PERSONALIZED BUILDING at Longchamp
for the first time in competition: Chattanooga, Tenn. his third match and was unable to two teams. Look for a spirited and Homes. CUSTOM DESIGNING for the way YOU live. Bring us
Ray Durban, Chris McCloud, Justin continue. He finished with a 2-1 hard fought match. your penciled sketch or rough draft. Our in-staff design artist will
Southern .. record in the tournament. December 11 the Tornadoes
Ward, Justin Jones and Chuck Open. Tuesday, work with YOU to satisfy YOUR needs.
Brown ((11). Jason Hughes (11), Schools throughout the southeast will travel to Fernandina
Jeremy Trimble (11) and Leaton whose wrestlers qualified for state Upcoming... Beach to renew a meet there. Last We also have financing available. Harold Davis, Mortgage
Morgan (11) have only minimum ex- competition were eligible to par- Three matches scheduled the next year's meet was a close 36-30 win for Broker with Gainesville Mortgage Company, is located in our
perience from the JV squad last ticipate in the Southern Open tourna- week will further test the Tornado the Tornadoes office complex. Or, if you prefer, we will work with YOUR
year. Veterans Brad Hamilton (11) ment, held at Chattanooga, Ten- squad.
and Ray Trimble (12)) pinned their nessee, Saturday, November 24, a Thursday, today, December 6, the lender to obtain financing.
opponents, collecting the only points one day event. matmen travel to Macclenny to take Emergency Dial 911 LET YOUR DREAMS BECOME A REALITYI! Check with
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coach attributes to lack of ex-

perience.Justin .
Jones, 140 pound freshman!
was finally pinned in the final
period. Early in the match In the 5U
first period, Jones narrowly misseda
pin of his opponent.
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