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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 13, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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) Increasing cloud cover from the Gulf of Mexico brought slightly Inside... .:"' SINCE 1879
moderating temperature last night and today, Thursday, .1
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Fr.* Subscription... _

The Bradford County Telegraph is
offering a one year subscription\ freeto
persons who donate a minimum of
$17, in food to the Ecumenical ,.
Ministry Food Pantry. The Food ,
Pantry telephone number is 'r>, n Is GivenGiving

964-3984; The Telegraph telephone _
number la 9648305.
Lend a hand to those that need Engineer Frank Darabi a
help. You will be glad that you did. ia go ahead to draw up construction
plans and prepare the bid

Chamber.Awards..., :1t.e documents!for a trl-county landfill at
Ellerbee Curve north of Raiford in
The Chamber of Commerce is accepting -. Union County, the New River Solid
nominations for Waste Association (NRSWA) has
"Humanitarian the 'Year and : taken a positive step towards
Citizen of the Year" awards. If you locating the landfill there.
would like to nominate someone, "This action in
no
please call 964-5278, or come by the % '. '." 4' N'J, VtT \ board from pursuing way other preventsthe options -
office on S. Walnut St., not later than 7
if, in fact, all the details are
Jan. 5, 1991. 4 ,.4\ :: ever worked out," regarding the

GED Classes... r men Maxville George landfill Knabb proposal said. chair

GED prep classes are being of- Glenn Howard, solid waste direc-
fered at Hampton Elementary .. tor for Union County, then stated,
School, Monday and Wednesday t. aril'r f fy "You don't have too much of an op
evenings, 6:30 to 9:30: p.m. Classesare tion. The timetable is the element."
free. Call ph. 964-6800, ext. 122 Darabi explained that the consent
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for further information." r I agreements now in effect for all
n. three counties will expire December
Needy Assistance .
4et 31. Extensions were written into the
,
Low income residents may now ?4 ..I contract and are available due to an
apply for one-time assistance with I administrative hearing which held
home energy costs. Applicationsmust up progress since the request was
be returned to HRS no later ) filed June 12.
than Friday. January 18, 1991. -I, : 4 ; .., net "But in no case will an extensionbe
Pick up applications at the local ____ ,v granted for later than December
HRS office, 1250 Andrews Circle,one YMy.nla, 4 j' 31, 1991" Darabi was told by officials -
block east of US-301 on Andrews St. 4 1rf of the Department of En-
Turn at Powell's Dairy Freeze. vironmental Regulation (DER).
-: Also, DOC in Union County has
Chamber Mixer... 9L M:4': : )4' :: been advised by DER that the six
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An after-bourn Chamber Mixer is prisons using the New River landfillare
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planned for 54:30 p.m.,Friday,Dec. in non compliance since mid-
14, at "Sheer Design," on Edward's Crowd Lined Parade Route... November with the DOC landfill and
immediate steps need to be taken to
Road.KLPOA The float of New Beginnings Christian Preschool turns the corner at Some rain drops fell but didn't discourage the parade watchers. Other find another place for trash and
Party Call and Thompson Street; to wind Its way through downtown Starke. Christmas parade pictures inside. close its present. landfill as soon as
possible.
". The Kingsley Lake Property "I don't think there was much
Owners Association will hold its annual generosity in their voices this weekin
Christmas Parade
Hundreds Wet for
Brave Cold
Christmas Party at the Civic Jacksonville," said Jim Treese.
Center starting with a covered dish
spokesman for DOC, speaking about
.4) supper at 6:30 p.m., Saturday- Dec.., J HundJ.edll'o{ spectators braved Walnut,turned" "left and disbanded on And, Mrs. Claus was added to the Forestry, and Bryan Ace Hardware. DER and its willingness to extend
., 4k'rr 15. cold rainy weather to line the route .Walnut: parade this year. Other entries Included the BMS present consent. agreements.GoAheatLGiven. .
>y;;1*Bantathisup will appear wink an-i' of the Chritmas Parade. last Satur-. That route worked pretty well Student and Builder's Club;

...I. "dy for the children, and gifts for all ,.. said Parade ChairrianSteve Futcj"., Parade entries were: Chief of'T0lfce"Jlmmy ,..a9 bj J)Council\_::;; S Lawtey 4-H. ...
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wf lbe under u E merhbeY: .; fitMdmrtil itaieij'rn.the and will, probably be 6abdrtrInIrTcton. \ W" Epps! Bra'dford"JROTC ISMS Drill team Southside 41fClub
Association
Jon Wershow
is asked to bring a gift costing $5 or parade, including about a dozen -- Starke otficials on fire BMS MajoretteClub, BMSBand attorney
less marked .for man, woman.or floats. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter truck, SES 2nd Grade Them Winners ,Tavla Hedding, BMS Chorus, has advised the board that construction
Day Saints won the float competition City of Hampton State Attorney Best Deal Auto Repair Center, Pop can proceed; there are no legal
child.BARC Banquet... Winding through the the SW part 2) Lawtey 4-H Club 3) Len Register & Family Warner Heilbron Springs Vol. Fire barriers now holding up progress.
of downtown Starke the parade went Lucky Clover 4-H Club 4) Wal-Mart Starke Shrine Club, BradfordSheriff's Dept. The Show Stoppers Timber The Citizens Committee of
The Bradford Association for west on Call Street from Florida Store and 5) the New Beginning Explorers Waldo Police Equipment; Cub Scout Pack 367 Raiford, those residents who live in
Retarded Citizens will hold its an- Pest Control turned left onto Christian Pre-School. Dept., SES Say No to Drugs group, (Den 2,3 and 5)), BHS "Just Say No" the vicinity of the proposed landfill
nual Christmas Meeting and Thompson Street and went south to Parade theme winner was the se- Cub Scout Pack No.75, Lawtey Com- Club BHS Band Hoof'n' Trails Car- which had requested an ad-
Covered Dish Banquet at 6:30: p.m., South Street turned west to Walnut cond grade class of Ms. Traci munity School Jazz Group, Lucky riage Rides, Church of Jesus Christ ministrative hearing has voluntarily
Thursday, Dec. 18, at the Sunshine Street to Madison Street, turned left Torode at Southside Elementary Clover 4-H Club BHS Homecoming Santa Claus, M.D. Gassett, NandParker withdrawn their petition.
Industries Center on SR-100 East in onto Madison and went west to Court School. Brooker Elementary had Queen Holly Hersey, Bradford Kim Griffis, Robert Jeffer, "We did not voluntarily come off
Enterprise Industrial Park. Street, turned right onto Court left won the theme contest the past three School Food Service Assn., Girl Robbin Box, Bradford Roping Club (See Landfill..P.2A)
The program will Include the In- onto Call and went east back to years.but Scouts, Wal-Mart, Fla. Division of and Kendal Bodeen.
stallation of officers for 1991,presen-
tation of awards,entertainment,anda
review of the past year and future )

goals. Budget

Hospital Auxiliary... 'i

The Bradford Hospital Auxiliary
meeting scheduled Monday, Dec. 17 yrrkt'p
has been cancelled.The .
Auxcillary will meet as County Told
scheduled January 21, at the
Western Steer Steak House.

Christmas Party... V

Santa Claus is coming to the 4th By Buster Rahn than later.
annual Christmas party at the Brad- CT Staff Writer Silcox askd, "Where do" you standon
ford County Public Library, Thursday Although the last to speak,veteran the budget this year?
Dec. 20, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.Children city commlsisoner Vernon Silcox County Financial Consultant CPA
of all ages are invited. drew a round of applause from spectators Pat Farnsworth replied, saying the
Bring cameras and enjoy Thursday, Dec. 6, when he county prepared a balanced budget
refreshments, stories and songs told Bradford County Commissioners without an additional special assess
sponsored by the Library staff. to "cut the county budget." ment for 1990-91 fiscal year, but "It
The county workshop was called to is operating on the edge." The $110
I Garbage Pick-up... provide orientation for the two new special assessment proposed earlier
The Brooker Town Council has commissioners, John Anderson and this month was to help fund the
rescheduled garbage pick-up from Arthur Gaskins,not to specifically to 1991-92 fiscal year.
Tuesday to Wednesday Dec. 26 and address the proposed assessment for Silcox recounted the city had
" Jan. 2 only. The rear Tuesday funding county jail operations, similar problems 10 years ago, but *'
schedule will emergency medical services and was fortunate in having a utility
volunteer fire departments. ''*' system to assist the financial pic-
LB Singles... county However,discussion of the proposed ture. Now Starke has it's problems Beating the High Price of Gasoline...

The Rock Bluff Band will be play- assesssment and related county cleared up, "except" for the Police If you're lucky you might catch a ride with Dais to visit: eerf0oi Village and give rides to youngsters I

ing for your listening and dancing financial obligations consumed the Department."We need to look as some consolidation asselt and his mule. Babe in Gassrtfs 90-year-old such as Tonya and Tiffany Garmon, abo\e.
pleasure greater part of the two hour Around Christmas, Gassett take a notion
Saturday, Dec. 22, from 8 ," Silcox said, "I can't see buggy. may
to 12 In the Lake meeting.
p.m.. Butler Com-
need
any reason why we two law enforcement
munity Center, NW 3rd
Ave. "
Members, $4, guests, $5. All singles Silcox Speaks... "I don't departments.the Starke
why Fire
see I
age BYOB.25 and over. are welcome.,' allowing Silcox followed everyone bill to address usual pattern a sub-, Department Medical can't operate Service the" Salaries of Officials Set By StateBy

Emergency ,
ject before he speaks. Thursday -
Silcox lIald."Bradford.
Starke Golf Club... evening he took the podium after County voters aren't Butter Rahn In larger counties with bigger tax in the state has a comptroller, while
County Attorney Bill Bessent, Solid bases the salaries are much smaller, Bradford and Union
The Starke Golf Counties do not
and Country Club going I to vote a one cent sales tax tobuild BCT StoH Wrlt.r
Waste Director Darrell O'Neal and comparitively. The is have similar .
will host a New Year's Eve party, a jail or for any other reason," Despite a'drum' tight budget, the legislature a position.In
others had presented views on the now controlled by large South
Monday Dec. 31, from 8 to 1 Silcox said. officials
salaries of set
p.m.
county are by
Bradford County, the Clerk's of-
financial plight of the county. Florida Counties with large ad
a.m. The is to the
party open public, In Commissioner Wilbur formula which includesan
legislative
response fice does
the
for
Silcox made several points, sayIng valorem tax bases composed of industrial accounting county
with hors d'oeuvres included in
the Waters said, "I'm ready to start annual increase based
on popula-
commissioners, while each of the
"We can only raise so much sites and expensive residential
cover Call the
person charge. talking about consolidation as boon tion increases.
club constitutional officers, the
in Bradford County, indicating except
money areas.
house, ph. 964-5441 for reservations two boards the commissioners
in his opinion the commissioners as the can get together.The Years ago lobbyists elections supervisor, maintains his
and information. Private time has for the and and officials
come city county were her
or own accounting and
are approaching the maximum system
tables available for large groups. in taxes. county to work together." waters successful in petitioning the Comptrollers... write disbursement checks In-
levying county served on the Starke Council several legislature to set the salary formula.It A comptroller is an acountant with cluding payrolls.
Upcoming... What to do? Silcox said the commissioners years ago.Attorney. removed commissioners from the some authority for disbursement of
Public meetings scheduled in the should tell county of- Bessent said "I ad- salary issue. It made salaries con- county funds, depending on the job
coming weeks are: ficials to cut their budgets 5-8 per vocate identifying mutual problems sistent throughout the state.In description established by county Salary Comparison...
Chamber of Commerce Board cent whatever it takes to bring expenditures and working together to find solu small counties the salaries of commissioners. The accompanying chart compares
meets at noon Thursday, Dec..13, in line with revenues. tions." county officials salaries take a the salaries of county officials
at the Bradford Family Spectators, 27-32 strong applauded Farnsworth said total consolidation larger percent of the total county It is interesting to note that Liberty in Liberty Union Bradford
Restaurant.The his suggestion, the only applauseof of the county and city govern- revenues compared to the tax base. County with the smallest tax base Alachua, Duval and Dade Counties.
Bradford County School the evening. ments is a long way down the road
Board meets at 7 p.m., Monday Silcox said it is time for the city but functional consolidation shouldbegin Liberty Union Bradford Alachua Duval Dade
Dec. 17,in the Administration and county to begin working now.Assessment.
Building.The together in areas of common In- Tax Collectors $ 50,613 51.667 51.308 69.812 81,516 93,544

Starke City Council meets at terest, citing the agreement last on Hold... County Clerks 50,613 51.667 54.308 69.812 81.516 93.544
7:30 Tuesday. Dec. 18, In City Hall. week between the two agencies to The urgency to pass a special Comptroll.rsProp.rty 50,613 69.812 81,516 93.544
The Bradford County Commission cooperate In providing utilitea for assessment was eased when Attorney
meets at 7:30: p.m., Wednes- Lincoln City. Bessent told the council that Appraiser 50,613 51.667 U.308 69.812 11.51' 93,544
day, Dec. 19, in the Courthouse. SUcox said county commissioners the ordinance can only be passed Sup. of Election: 1,158 2.161 44,677 59.443 70.519 '234
The Starke Board of Adjustment only visit the city when they want between June 1 and Sept. 15. Sheriff 55.528 56,582 59,223 14,728 86.431 91.459
meets at 7 p.m., Thursday Dec.27, something and the situation must However the issue Isn't dead since
In City Half change,with the city of Starke being Commliilonert 12.202 "' ,126 16.642 37,225 48.1 52.662P.K.
brought Into planning earlier rather (See Budget..p.3A)



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Voters In or Out? City Limits



Question Still Plagues LawteyA

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heated exchange between Police of US-301, is dated in 1957. but Is not read and were passed at the
Chief M.M. Jordan and Mayor included in the revised charter, meeting, December 3: OrdinanceNo.
Robert Scott ensued over the ques- therefore, technically, is not in 90-05, regulating parked
tion of a letter Scott had read Into the Lawtey. Another portion of section vehicles, litter and junk on private
record at the last council meeting, 23, near the center of town, and containing property and Ordinance No. 90-06, a ,rrr .
while Jordan wan out of town. the residences of numerous fair housing law eliminates
The matter was brought up by city voters, is also omitted from the discrimination in housing because of.
Chief Jordan at the regular meetingof description in the charter. race, religion, handicaps or national'
the council Monday, December 3. "The council needs to take a look origin. A fair housing ordinance is
"You should never have read this at the charter and see what is need- required for the town to successfully t
letter to the public Jordan said. "It ed to correct it," Attorney Hobbs qualify for a community develop- s st
is a lie and should never have been told the council. ment block grant.
made public. It is not a signed 1
letter," the chief said. Street Paving... Dale Smith, newly hired water -J.
"If anyone brings in a letter with "Half of the money received from plant operator, reported at the r
their name, I will read it (to the ad valorem taxes is earmarked for November meeting that
public)' Mayor Scott told the Chief. roads and bridges," councilman maintenance, lubrication and 4
'I know why you keep getting Delbert Jordan reminded the board. repairs have been badly neglected at
bent out of shape. have" no control "So where is it," he asked. the water plant.
over what people say. The money is in CDs, along with "I don't trust any pump," he said.
general funds, according to Mayor They could go out at any time. "The .
The letter, from "Willie and Scott, and the account books show motors are in the same condition." Y
Paulette Strong," as their names the amount in reserve for roads and They are noisy, the bearings were -
were written at the bottom, accused bridges, said Barber. dry of grease and could burn out at
the Chief of overstepping his Barber will also contact Leonard any time. Preventive repairs to
authority by going to the Supervisor Moore Construction Co. in Starke fora pumps and motors should not be
of Registration, stating that he was per hour price for rental of his delayed, he reports.
representing the City of Lawtey and equipment for paving streets in Smith also recommends a new and Y
requesting that they, the Strongs, be Lawtey. larger well rather than increasing
removed from the voter registration County Commissioner Wilbur the capacity of well No. 1.
list. Waters recommended this ap- The personnel policy being
"We feel that our voting rights are proach, and promised help from the prepared for adoption soon is based 5t4
being tampered with and violated," county with grading and bedding up on three elements, Hobbs told the
the Strongs wrote, "and we want it the roads as soon as Forsythe road is board. It is to contain a provision for
stopped." finished,which should be in a monthor pre-employment drug testing, an-
Chief Jordan has been the main two, he said. nual testing of all employees and a 1'K,
force behind a move to purge the "You already have limerock provision for interim testing if
voter registration lists, to eliminate there," Waters told the board. reasonable suspicion is noticed.
voters who live outside the city One bid received by Barber for Random testing is controversialnow
limits. The problem is, however, the paving was $120,000 per mile for 24' so we have purposely stayed
exact location of the city limits is not wide,inches of limero and 1V4 in- away from random testing he said.
known and money for a complete ches of asphalt. Another bid was Clerk Earl Barber will!! contact
survey Is not available. $175,000 for a 20' wide surface,with 6 three surveyors for competitive bids I
Another controversy exists with a inches limerock and IVi inch regarding mapping and locating city Starke's Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints won 1st place in the
asphalt. limit
revised charter, dated in 1976, which lines. I
does not include parts of the city in Some streets on the east side of Jimmy Waters asked the board to float competition in Starke's 1990 Christmas parade.
Its description. The omitted portion town and some on the west side are extend water lines westward along
includes the motel and homesites of being considered for paving at this Terry Road to a site he proposes to
both Chief Jordan and his brother CI- time, but the exact streets have not locate a doublewide. He also has High-Q Record Best Ever 81The Cox Appliance
ty Councilman Delbert Jordan. been decided yet, depending on the .plans to eventually develop up to 68 &
An ordinance extending the city of cost and money available. acres for homesites there. The cost
Lawtey to include the NV4 of the of the water line extensions will be seniors on the 1991 edition of 22-15 to take the conference cham- i Air Conditioning
NEV4, section 23, the property Im- Other Actions... born by the users along the route the Bradford Tornado High-Q team pionship 198192.
mediately south of CR-225 and west Two proposed ordinances were who also want city water, he said. had looked forward to this season Service
since they were sophomores. In other conference tournament
But trailing Orange Park 89-10 matches, the High-Q team had to ; rr
early in the North Florida High-Q fend off an 80-5 run by Flagler Palm
Conference Championship at Allen Coast in the semi-finals to win
Landfillfrom Nease High School, their history- 160-142 and make it to the championship -
making season appeared to be in game with Orange Park
( page 1A) shambles. The Tornadoes had eras- The Junior Tornadoes were
ed other deficits in this record- outscored 67-20 and ost their first -. r ...
the hearing. It was money. We were to advertise for construction bids, ty Commission is a prerequisite to breaking season, but never a deficitof round match with the Union County t 7
shoved out moneywise," said then negotiating a contract and a 15 the tri-county group being welcomedto this magnitude. They saw it only Tigers 164120.
William Griffis, a spokesman for the day delay for public comment, will the Maxville site.Commissioner as another record to break, !said .
group? told the board at an earlier require at least four months. Con- Marvin Pritchett, Coach Stanley Crawford. Coach of Year... -< ..1.j
meeting. struction will take six months or Union County, commented that the The senior Tornadoes outscoredthe Coach Stanley Crawford wail Named '.
The same group has also filed a more, which puts it into November, increased hauling costs from partsof Raiders 65-25 to pull within 29 Coach of the Year by the Nor- .... .
lawsuit seeking a permanent injunc- 1991, the earliest the landfill can be Union County could exceed$10 per points, and trail by only 31 points at thern Division of the North Florida
tion to halt the landfill, but the suit opened, if everything goes well. ton over hauling to Ellerbee Curve, the half. High-Q Conference. Since Joe Cox, your friendly repairman. Call
was filed in Leon County. A circuit which would more than offset the The Raiders built their lead to 46 Bradford's High-Q team won both him today for any appliance repair.
judge there granted a change in The Maxville Option... lower estimated tipping fees at Max- points in the second half. Then came the regular season and tournament Service &
Repair on
venue to Union County, and the Two citizens groups in Duval ville. Latest figures presented at the the miracle, said Coach Crawford. championships, Crawford won the :
Raiford Citizens's Committee has meeting show the Ellerbee The Tornadoes wenl n a Q2-J5; CWJQ. award outright. -All MajorAft" Appliances(
have filed for administrative
County requests an curve tip- "J
appealed the change .of venue hewing in opposition tothe ping fee to be $19.86 per ton at the take'+As'Is.'true,a slim lead dint,177-176. -"h! Crawford has I WacKedt'tne"&HS'[\ OElnirr t :/ lJ 1.J!( f. tJ!:' :'
most coHittbacks-/ High'-Q''leam '
granted by the Leon No 'sinceMts-Inception! in ,., ._
judge. landfill being planned by Waste start, and gradually increase to Coach Ctfawferdnaid. you Ia ..the 19Sf.mrteluru/: a1'tiorrrtrfrrefl' : It t'_ '".'
timetable for a hearing on the venue Management, Inc. at Maxville, to $36.06 after 15 years, as operating to finish the
energy match. The 55-28 won-lost record for 9647462I
has been a .663
appeal set by the District serve Jacksonville and Duval Coun- and maintenance costs increase. Raiders outscored the Tornadoes
Court of Appeals.In Estimated tipping fees at the proposed percentage. I Lie f HA OO46994, ER OOO7578 I
the meantime, construction can ty.This could turn into another situation Maxville landfill are$15.09, in- I
proceed, Wershow told the board. like the Jacksonville southeast; creasing to as much as $37.04 after
When asked about the possibiltiy landfill near St. Johns County,which; 20 years,depending on the rise in the
of an injunction, Wershow told the has been held up three years so far Consumer Price Index. Changes in
board that a "substantial bond and is still in litigation, the boardfears. I capital costs and closure costs are
would have to be posted by the plaintiffs not included in the estimates, and At last
a very substantial bond,' ...for In addition, the Baker County could contribute to substantial in-
the injunction to be granted. commission has not agreed to the i creases.
landfill, which will be located in i The Nov. 1991 deadline for the tri- ,
Construction Plans... Duval county at the Baker county county landfill and the yet unapproved -
The timetable will be tight Darabi line, and is planned to extend into i Duval site are factors which
explained. About 60 days to prepare Baker county in a few years. swung the NRSWA toward proceeding a dip a che1lVercan
the plans and bid documents,30 days Favorable action by the Baker Coun- with construction.




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50 Percent_. Salary Cuts for Officials- IlLPA 1 stbije .

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By Butter Rohn city. DER, cutting the cost of garbage
ICT StaN Writer Councilman Jim Bryant sayp he disposal by individual residents.
"If the city U short of funds and doesn't want the city to own the Councilman A.B.Adams moved tohave
you said it was when you tried to water line,'since It would then be the report made by the
eliminate the mayor' position, then responsible for maintenance. auditing firm,but failed to receive a
I recommend that aft of us, the Tuesday evening the council left second.
mayor and council, Mat a 60 per ownership of the water line to be Council Chairman George Pierce
cent salary cut, saving $3,600 rather determined at a later date,with both said the city charges residents$5 per I -
than the mayor's $1,200 salary," saying "something can be worked month for garbage plck-up, and the ;;I "
Brooker Mayor Ted Bigham told the out." city can file the report without help. 4n -
city council Tuesday, Dee 11, in its Mann would prefer for the city to Hobbs said the report is due, but '
regular meeting. own the water line and meter each DER has been flexible with the
Mayor Bigham prefaced his trailer site in the park, but Bryant deadline. i .
remarks by saying he would make a would rather sell water to Mann at Thomas reported that garbage _
recommendation; since the mayor the city! limits, and let him be pick-up during the holidays will be .*
cannot make a motion, besides responsible for billing and collecting Wednesdays, December 26, and ,'' ': -s .
Bigham said, "I probably couldn'tget { from his tenants. .January rather Ulan regular Tues- _
a second. With approval by the city, Mann day dates.
Councilwoman Sue Davis movedto can now proceed with the permitting R w '%,
table the issue until it can be process and engineering study requiraffor No Pay Raise... .
reviewed by a full council in a subsequent running the line. Mashal Tommy Raulerson asked ,
meeting. The motion passed for a pay raise in November sayinghe N
4-0. More Water Woes... has been working for five years at a
Councilman Gene Melvin was ab- Clerk Thomas told the council that the same pay scale, $350 per month ;
a '
sent because of illness. DER requires a meter on Brooker's for 64 hours or more. Raulerson suggested -
second well prior to bringing it online his salary be raised to $400
Water Line Extension... as a stand-by unit. per month. The issue was tabled. f P:. a 4. yi tLawtey's
City Clerk Charlene Thomas Not only must the well))be metered, Tuesday evening Bryant said he
reported that Brooker water supply the water must be tested twice a day wanted to discuss the request, and 4-II club 2nd In the float in the Christmas H
has been deemed sufficient to provide for 10 working days, and the test was given the Door. won place competition
water for the T.J. Mann Trailer samples carried to Gainesville Adams said, "Wait a minute. The parade. H
Park on the outskirts of town. Testing Lab daily.If item was tabled in the last meetingand
Last month Mann petitioned the the water samples test satisfactorily can only be brought back up by a
town to extend water lines to his the well can then be utililizedas motion."
trailer park, currently with 25 needed, as a back-up unit. Bryant moved to bring the tabled No Privacy Fence Carla's Exception
homes, with more spaces to be add- Thomas said water testing can be item back before the board, and I
ed as needed. expensive, with preliminary tests Adams seconded the motion, which
Mann said the Department of Environmental costing $300, and a January test then carried. Could be Revoked bv Commission
Regulation DER) has costing $750, followed by three Bryant said, "If the council wantsto
advised him he will have to hook-up others during the year, coating $150 go by parlimentary procedures, v
to city water or put down wells in each. everyone better start cringing a By Butter Rahn ed, since SR-16 near the prison is Bessent said it is his understan-
compliance!! with its regulations.Mann book with them." ICT Staff Writer developing into an industrial area. ding that the liquor license has not
elected to go with city water, No Deal... Clerk Thomas said the city doesn't County Attorney Bill Bessent told In granting the special exception, helped the restaurant. In fact, Bes
if possible: to escape water testing In a prior council meeting Clerk have the money to grant a raise at county commisisoners Thursday, commissioners did not stipulate a sent said, Ms. Hawthorne may have
and reporting required by anyone Thomas read a letter from auditors this time. In fact, the city has two Dec. 6,that Carla Hawthorne has not privacy fence, Bessent said, but that lost business and not gained because
providing the water to others. Davis Monk Farnsworth and Com- bills it can't pay because of lack of built a privacy fence as stipulatd in Hawthorne's attorney, Darla of the special exception..
In the earlier meeting, the council pany, offering to prepare reports to money. the approval of a special exception Christopher, voluntarily agreed to Commissioner Wilbur Waters said
agreed to furnish water to Mann, DER on the cost of solid waste Raulerson said, "I withdraw my allowing Carla's Restaurant to serve build one. he voted for the special exception
providing It's supply was adequate. disposal by city residents. No action request for a raise. I'U complete my liquor with meals, and commissioners "Can the county force Hawthorneto because she agreed to build a
Mann offered to pay for running was taken in the November meeting two year term and won't ask for may wish to revoke the build the fence?" privacy fence.
the approximate one half mile of 6 since neither the council nor its at- another raise. It's a sad day when special exception in their next Bessent said he isn't sure, but Bessent said the board could not
inch PVC pipe from town to the torney,Johnny Hobbs, was aware of the garbage collector makes more regular session.Commissioners. "hopefully she will cooperate volun- take action Thursday evening
trailer park, at an estimated cost of the requirement.Tuesday than law enforcement. After two tarily. I'll have something on it at because it was meeting in a
$15,000 to $18,000. When in place, evening, Hobbs said the years, I'll make a decision on what I were holding a the next regular meeting.' workshop but if the fence isn't built
Mann says it will be dedicated to the city must prepare a cost report for want to do..." workshop for orientation of new Commissioner Arthur Gaskins by the next regular meeting.
members, and could take no legal said it's very clear that a fence was Wednesday, Dec. 19 commissioners
I BudgetorGIll action Thursday evening. required within 30 days of the hear- could consider further actions in the
Q- Bessent recounted the Hawthorne ing. matter.
in which the sandwich
saga shop
the enabling ordinance may be fault have been approved by the Such a low reading in prior years operator was refused a special ex-
made retroactive for the fiscal year Department of EnvironmentalRegulation would not have been to
enough cause ception by the BC Board of Adjust- PUBLIC NOTICEThe
1990-91. (DER) which holds contamination, but DER has ment because it was found to be In-
raised Bessent the, issue speaking of cooperation before Silcox bet- Bradford County responsible for adopted stiffer guidelines. compatible with the neighborhood. Town of Brooker, Florida, will hold an election on

ween Bradford municipalities and eliminating O'Neal said the problem.the landfill began \ the Hawthorne commissioners appealed the, a decision remedy to February 12, 1991 for the following offices: Mayor and

the county,saying the governmental several decades ago as a community Recycling Drive available in county cases, but not In- Council Seats No. 3, 4, S. All offices are for two year terms.
agencies must work together for the dump, becoming an official landfill side the Candidates
common good. Set SaturdayThe city. may qualify to run for the above offices
15-20 years ago, when DER assisted
Bessent said the ordinance passed during normal business hours : Monday, Friday and
in selecting the site. At the time, New River Solid Waste When county commissioners
earlier in the year to assess home DER approved the SR-100 site near Association will sponsor a recycling heard the case June 24, Attorney Saturday, 9:00: a.m. to 12:00 noon, beginning December 24,
the owners time$100 frame each and was will passed be outside Keystone Heights as a good for a drive Saturday, December 15 at Bessent told commissioners the BC 1990, ending December 29, 1990. All qualifying papers
rescinded. landfill because of the Starke Plaza parking lot on Highway
high,dry,sandy Board of had based its
The ordinance was never implemented Adjustment must be received at Town Hall by noon, December 29.
soil. But by today's standards, it 100 west,from 9 a.m.to 12 noon You ruling on public outcry rather than
because the four 'may be poorest place in the county can bring your aluminum and steel using county ordinances, and the 1990. Charlene Thomas
municipalities in the county. (Starke for a landfj ] cans, glass, newspapers and plastic
and jLawtey | due.to itsporous special. exception. ..had., to be.approv-, (
prppker Hampton ) .kubstrugture; which allows ,con-', soda bottles and milk' ugs.to-be < 11 ? tf fr, 5 11It3hhSIv20 Town Clerk
never ratified an interlocal agreement -"1 taiminants to'leech downward'\; recycled. No materials will be 'purchased III ."..llb.1!. H' 1,.. ', ., .... .
to allow collections within in- toward water sources. Best areas at the drive; howeverf all
corpoated limits. Lawtey originally for dump sites nowaday are proceeds from the be
agreed to the ipterlocal agreement! areas with clay layers swampy in the donated to Sunshine Industries/Ale-
but later withdrew its approval.The substrata which prevent leachates tion Club who will J have volunteers
Dec. 27 meeting, called to from reaching groundwater. on site to lend a hand. The money 4NApA1I1a.
pass the $110 ordinance, has been O'Neal said the main con- raised by the cUb will be used for
scrubbed because of the time frame taminents in the KH landfill are ben- future projects and activities. Help ..
established by Florida Statutes. the Aktlon Club and environ-
zyne and other solvents, found to be our west!
ment at the time I
same
5-6
O'Neal Said... standard parts per is 3 billion The acceptable For more information call the niLl1 /1 1e

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}J.r r I D"1 I'r, ;''"0' !'R'-\I"A'\ ; fL'I'S': \' ;1'.' Conner's 3O..Year Career Brings Tributes

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The Don't Bradford County native Doyle Conner
Message: Spend Money topped off three decades ait*Florida's

Commissioner of Agriculture at an appreciation
You haven't Got"Mr. banquet given by "Florida'Friends'
"! In the State Fair Entertainment
Complex in Tampa, last Thursday
Dec. 6.

Chairman, I moves we don't podium and said to commissioners, "Cut Starting out as the "Boy Wonder" of 1Nta' .N
spend no more money 'til we gets some." the county budget.?' Florida politics, with election to the
I il r- i
Florida House Representatives while 1i

This classic advice from CommissionerDye After the meeting, Silcox outlined the till an agriculture student at the
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Florida Conner nerved
commissioners take to correctthe University of 90
a black serving on the Bradford steps may yearn an Commissioner of Agriculture,
and votersat
County Board during ReconstructionDays funding problem appease a clone runner-up to the legendary ,: r
more than a hundred years ago, is the same time: Nathan Maya's 36 yearn in office. Con-
commissioners to hold a ner's long tenure also won him the title
still the most sensible: advice ever givento Silcox advised of Dean of the Florida Cabinet.
a financially strapped governing body. meeting with constitutional: officers and '
the list of r-
High accomplishment
And, it is just as applicable today as it propose that each take a voluntary salarycut for which on he received tribute lat week

was back then. of five percent, saving the county wan creation of the Office of Consumer !
$17,501. Not a great amount but it would Services in 1967, which has become a I
The hard-pressed taxpayers of Florida indicate a willingness by officers to share full-fledged division, nerving as the -
took heart this week when they read the burden. state clearinghouse for consumer complaints 1 r J :\ Pie ;i Itrr ,.
headlines proclaiming that Governor- and other services. He in alto

Elect Lawton Chiles recognizes the need Bradford County pays the commis- credited with establishing Florida's Chiles I
Governor-elect
plant-pest monitoring system, Conner and
sioners and officers a total of$350,034 per
for deep "real" budget cuts, and is deter- recognized an the most effective .p
mined to do something about the present year. surveillance program in the world.

crisis in state funding, other than raising: Next, advise each department, in- Highlight of the program was a video
taxes. cluding those: controlled by commis- tribute "The Doyle Conner Yearn", House, lie wan elected Speaker of the ,and relatives of the retiring Commis-
reviewing the Commissioner's 40 yearn House in 1957 at age 28, becoming the '' loner attended the event In Tampa,
Like Commissioner Dye, Chiles sioners, to delete at least one position. of public service, starting with youngest legislator in Florida history to>> .: joining'an estimated 1,000 or more persons -
believes in not spending money when we Small departments may reduce working life on his fathers farm and his high hold this position of leadership. f 1 including Governor-elect Lawton
"ain't got none. He compares Florida to hours of individual workers to cut downon school days when he wan elected president Conner has served as"'president of Chiles, who filled the State Fairgrounds
the wages and attendant payroll costs.: of the Future Farmers Associationat both the Southern and National auditorium. Doyle Carlton Jr., son of
a family trying to go through all levels-local, state and national. Associations of State Departments of 'former Governor Doyle Carlton, Sr.,
checkout counter with extra treats that Advise constitutional officers to reduce On one occasion young Conner met Agriculture,and wan the first presidentand welcomed guests and emceed a prod -
can't be paid for, or to a ship that will sink operating expense: by 5-8 percent, but Commissioner Mayo and wan no impressed co-founder of the Southern United' gram of band and vocal music.

unless some cargo is dumped overboard.He allow the officers to do the paring.Set that he decided then and thereto States Trade Association. In 1961, he Conner and his wife, who Is retiring
make that office his goal. AfterMayo's wall selected by the U.S.Jaycees as one
is determined that the State will] "take from a teaching career,will remain at
the assesssment at a total of death, Conner ran for the officein of ten outstanding young men' in their home in Tallahassee, where they
special ,
it's medicine as soon: as "
the next election and became America and named
the lifeboats have to be $100 including the $75 garbage fee, which was by they .also have a cattle ranch. The Commissioner
possible..before: Florida's seventh Commissioner of Florida Jaycees as one of five outstanding -
'will
launched.It Silcox says is a reasonable amount, and Agriculture. young men In Florida.A .j presented to'enjoy him by a friends log cabin for his office con-

leave it be. During his five terms in the Florida number of Bradford; County friends ,.yenienceat: the ranch.
is a message that should not be lost Take a look at ad valorem taxes, and

on governing bodies in the 67 counties: of possibly increase property taxes one millto ... "H'." ,... ,
the State of Florida. balance the budget.

Speaking of financial straits, and Brad- Silcox is the first city or county officialto Recession or Depression ? Neither Good

ford County is in the throes of one, advise cutting the county budget in
Veteran City Commissioner Vernon open forum, and should be complimentedfor For the Christmas Shopping SeasonWhether

Silcox offered a formula to bring his stand. Now in his 19th year on the ., -......
disbursements into line with revenues Starke Council, Silcox has his hand on the .
pulse of the city and possibly: the county. it I is called an economic slow
last Thursday night following a county down, a recession, or (heaven forbld-) I.'.
commissioner's workshop. the beginning of a depression all ,
Bradford voters are waiting for com- means the same thing: the middle or Santa
During the meeting, Silcox stood at the missioners to follow the Silcox lead. lower income people don't have as ,
much money to spend this holiday

season.The present situation, which almost Needed ''I'' '>> '

Support Your Local Code everyone agrees is developing into at '
least a mini-recession, brings back
I memories of previous lows in our in- ". "
evitable economic cycles.
Enforcement BoardCity The worst slump of course, followedthe Help
Wall Street crash of 1929, and
became known as "The Great Depres
sion" of the 1930's. '
Commissioner Travis Woods is to outs for mull users. 1.
The Christmas season of 1932 was ". .
be congratulated for taking the initiative Starke'reeidents:wishing to enteicCb1Y1plaIdhrikbdut"fdnkempt '="','. bleak;Indeed. There was hardly arlY H t't' n The NtdaIJ'fjM' t &'tReltAdd14 IV A ) opened
was
in re-activating the Code Enforcement; .. oU1d"fi 'i" real money in circulation, and many f''. ifrVn r1 I O: Broookertin CCCJCaWp
: propertt.I' ( businessmen and their customers,' ,i ft ftministration (FERA) was crew near the fall l of 1939. with 17
Board, which has la dorihant for1'the' ] "'th
past five years. Director in: city hall. Forms may be ob- raised on the farm for goods on sale in next week 500 men might 100 would have be jobs called., and the. In 1939, talk was heard about a new
only National Guard
to be built
Camp
the stores. on the
The seven Starke residents accepting tained fromth t.office. The Telegraph gladly accepted Hard-hit farmers received a helping east side of Kingsley Lake, six miles
appointments to the board are to be com- The ZOning'Office will contact the chickens, eggs, homemade sausage hand from Roosevelt's programs in Ju- from Starke. Officers estimated that
property '
plimented for their willingness to serve owner and seek to get the problem syrup and almost anything else thatwas ly of 34 with the signing of the farm- $500,000 would be spent there in two
edible for moratorium bill, allowing debt- years, but actually the amount ran into
a year's subscription
commission that will face
on a some corrected through voluntary action. If the burdened farmers millions because the
(only $1.50) at that time. a five-year .grace. regular Army took
tough decisions. owner isn't willing)) to work with the city in Clayton Strickland agent for the period to pay back loans. over at the start of World War if. This

Those decisions are bound to make eliminating the eyesore, the director will) Florida Times-Union offered home As government projects increased, it ended the influx the of depression in this area, with
of the T-U for 20 cents week. became so difficult for farmers to get servicemen and construc-
advise Code Enforcement Officer delivery a
the
some property owners
unhappy, as tion workers the
help that they often had to leave their camp.
The Tip Top Grocery run by Howell
board moves to clean-up dilapidated Dwayne Hardee, who will)) inspect the property Na worthy, advertised the best coffeeat crops in the field and take better-paying By November 1940 over 20 thousandmen
buildings and unsightly vacant lots and make a recommendation to the 25 cents per pound.In government jobs themselves., were at Blanding-five times the

through owner cooperation, or, as last Code Enforcement Board. August of 1932 the bad news wan On Brooklyn Lake near Keystone size of Starke at that time-and all were
out that school Heights, 200 men spent the summer liv- pouring money into the local economy.
high teachers salaries
resort the and the
doing job charging The Code Enforcement Board will at- would be cut from$115 per month to$90. ing In arm -style tents as they cleared No more FERA CWA, WPA, or CCCwas
landowner. tempt to cooperate with the property Later on things got so bad that teachers 87 acres for a nearby landing field. necessary. For Starke, the depression
owner but as a last resort the board has were paid in script (paper, that is) Most of them were drifters far from ,like a bad dream was over as suddenly -
,
There isn't going to be a wholesale condemnation which merchants obliged to home in search of a job. as it began and everybody had a
of property, as some may the authority to raze the building or cleanup in exchange for were merchandise. accept One of the most successful make- Merry Christmas li t

fear. First, there isn't that many proper- the lot and place a lien on the property. School funds were short because people work programs wan the Civilian Con -

ties that qualify for code enforcement Starke is an attractive place to live, in- just couldn't pay their taxes. nervation Corps,which offered young Thanks ExpressedTo

review, and secondly, the board will) corporating all the advantages of a small Notices filled of sales three of delinquent full tax of properties The maintaining men useful employment roads, and creating in building parks and Supporters of

move cautiously in its review of com- town, but near enough to metropolitanareas and read like a pages"who's Who and other recreation'areas.)Gold Head .i Career ShadowingDear
plaints. to have access to the best medical in Bradford County". Branch State Park ,near Keystone
Heights was built under this program >Editor:
The council thinks that most facilities, large retail stores and in- Job were as scarce as money until
city property dustrial suppliers. President Roosevelt came to the rescue The economy' had Improved'somewhat The junior at Bradford High School
owners will] remove or repair old with the Works Progress Administration by 1936 when a,successful recently took part in Career Shadowing -
Buildings and clean up vacant lots on Residents cannot afford to let a few offering 50 cents an hour for day strawberry season Drought more than ? ,; :The students and businesses both
labor. The first work $243 000 to Bradford County. Another had a rewarding and fun experience. I
their own volition, once notified. 'In the property owners spoil the environment government pro- boost
Bradford County began in October big to the economy came in Juneof would like to thank the Starke-Bradford
past two years, several buildings were through,neglect or Jack of interest. 1932 when $1,000 in federal funds '36 when the Government came County.Chamber of Commerce for
razed by the city in the northeast district Support the'Code Enforcement Board.It was used to pay a crew of unemployed through with a bonus for World War I sponsoring Career Shadowing.This uni-
with the owners' permission thereby workers to open up Alligator Creek in veterans, distributing$150,000 to vets in que learning experience would not be
has task but '
thankless
a a impor Bradford
very order to prevent malaria-carrying mosquitoes County possible without their support, and the
removing eyesores and eliminating hang- tant one., from spreading. The Telegraph reported In June that support. of all the businesses who provided
By December, 100 men per day were more than $5 million had been paid to shadowing opportunities. The
working on federal project Often they workers on the cross-state barge canal commitment and concern of the peopleof
could work only two or three days a but work on this project was halted by Bradford County to the education of
I Chiles Plans Grassroots InaugurationYou week in order that more jobless men Congress that same weekj, their children truly makes a difference
Things l in the quality of education the students
could be given a share. 119938andl brighter by will ,
Christmas receive.
by 193t, the
1934 the
won't need a tux or a ticket to at- and community development projects work program January had expanded government and in county had found its Way out of the Shadowing Thank again to all who made Career
dark. Some
merchants said possible.
Christmas
.
tend the of Lawton Chiles as will be unveiled mid-January $19,513 wan appropriatedfor .
inauguration at noon at the sales
]
Capita projects in Bradford County most were an good an before the crash ,, Christy Reddish
Governor of Florida on Jan. 8 in Complex. Actual swearing in ceremonies' of them road construction. of 1929. Priests 5 & 10 Cent Store had to "' Occupational lalillt
Tallahassee. The Governor-elect has an- for the Governor, Lieutenant hire 18 extra clerks to handle the rush. Bradford County Schools

nounced that all events surrounding his Cabinet me"bens, and Supreme Governor Court -- ". .-.',

inauguration next month will be free and justices will) start at 11 a.m. Jan. 8 on the .' 'j I' ':: '
open to the public. Formality at last has steps of the historic Old Capitol. The Telegraph's (

given way to practicality as befits the Polk. .County Seems AheadAs
character of the man who promises to There will- be a "Walkin' with Lawton"parade Letter Policy

take state government "back to the peo- '; down Monroe StreetTallahassee's Hazardous Waste Site
ple". ( "Main drag") following Louon to UM Editor.hould be typed(or ,
Instead of millions the of this the swearing in ceremony The walk is a plainly wrimm),double-tpued between ..I.. ,w .... ,p ,
wul expense "deja we"' tribute to the new Governor's lines,and limited u>not awn then two ,
inauguration be reduced to famous 1,000-mile( ( ( trek across the State ..... Concerned citizens (t anion" 'tn't; ,*. eagles>> in the vicinity ot the Polk County
thousands and will be financed primarily during his victorious 1970 for AU knees malt IM lifnad sad Include UM Bradford Counties may get a delayed H ,site is no longer a factor in the decision-
by individual Chiles' the U.S. Senate.So in the -delayed decision mined the eagles are not within/ the
was campaign.The : UhiiSMd hue,,win not bo printed,but year Department u :
danger zone of emissions
by the Envlronmen- f'i from the
ya'll comeand don't be sense win..withheld '
surprised if upon nqaat Inxoeptlaul
plant.
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tal Regulation to" a r privatecompany's
inaugural festivities will approve ,
begin the refreshments are hot dogs and soda ca.... hazardous i<> ,
Jan. 7, when an exhibition of high-tech proposal for a !A DER In still using Union County an an
> pop. Ali latter should ba noa-defeiuUQfy.uul waste incinerator in Polk County.J ,"ace ,in,the hole' in case something
uumnu oaaomini MY person max be DER has apparently favored this site'' \.goes awry with Florida First's plans.
f MUM and provable In order to proud UMwriurnd since it wan lint proposed over a year?,! The Incinerator was originally Intended
UM iMWiiMjMr from possible ago, but ,delayed action during a Gt to meet a 1987 federal requirement that
BRADFORD Cot, lawtulu.lMn. lengthly review of plans submitted bye all states must have facilities to disposeof
NL of rappon or_-IUppOII of MY Florida First Processing Inc.of flames 2i; hazardous wastes produced within
political candidate_b.based oa tpeoifia City. Raoul Clark, staff member of" their' borders or risk losing federal
: tjrapt issues oT public concern and MX DER's Tallahassee office, said this!;:;' r funds to clean up toxic waste dumps
personal The deadline for
friendship Of week that the Florida First Processing cutting off funds was
ateae.tt nhliauhlphLuwn application wan still being reviewed a :originally set by the Environmental
4 of ihuiki u>Individual or irauM and is still considered "very .viable".!; Protection Agency for 1990, but has
DOB G.FERGUSON JOHN should b*mailed dinoly to the or been 'extended several times due
p M.MILLER pone He expects DER'n decision,to'bemade.early .) to the
C M Publish : ortwiizMloa fating thank t In xinoidinuy In the new year >fct > 1)1) 'inability of some states to comply.

TiON caws they may b*pabUjhad but should am. The Polk County site is''apparently'ii In May 1989.Florida First Processing
"Published each Thursday and entered on Second Claw Manor of include Iana lint individual UIBM.AH favored because it could be placed inoperation <' proposed! building an incinerator on
the Port Office at Starke.Florida under Act of March 3179. bom should be tddnwd to Lrttar sooner than the Union capable lands In Polk County
Phone 964-6305 to IM Editor,P.O.Drawer A,SUriu, ,site, which Is still the'subject of Count* of burning up to 70 000 tons of
P.O.Drower A; Starke. Florida Sut.cHptlo Rate In Trade Ana S16.00 per ode. sot montti. FtorhtaSlOM. ding lawsuit. '; hazardous waste annually. DER said if
Outild Trod Area 1 AOO "
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Church News'\ s ";, '.' : .- ocictC Events .

...Souls OutreachMis- S
.. .Bayless Highway NI
IOpHam...pton; will have Its
Baptist Churchwtn bold a. Christmas Program on Sat. Dec. Ut n l :fit$ ..

Christina Program Sunday,Dec. IIat 7 ....' .. .
All eoclalUelfts must be) submitted by Tuesday: 5 pm
6 p.m. The church I I. located on the following 'I'hUIWday. NO
for
publication on
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CR 225.Everyone to Invited to attend the
COLOR PHOTOS will be accepted by newspaper
thin Christmas Musical.A .
special nursery will provided. For Schaol.News I t I' staff. if a black 4c white photo is not available, please

more Information call 984-8894, .. ,..' I s submit color negative for printing.GunnellsFelos .
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I Upcoming Events Exchanged

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Date to Renumber. Vows November 24
W.T. Weeks
Dee JIS PTO Christmas Musical
Xmas LunchThe Program,MB Auditorium at 7 p.m r t N s
Enchantment
Lola Maria Gunnellt of Clearwater nosegays of Cream
and
W.T. Weeeka Chapter United Dec. U-PTO Christina Assemblies Store and Chris P. Felon won of Dr. Mill**. Cnrlo ron And fimeta i
Raffle Awards
Daughters of the Confederacy win i I Stocking in SES CfirtrU; Grade from till It Mrs. Pete G. Fobs of Starke were The Flower girl was Nicole
hold their Christmas Luncheon, 1:0 a.m. Grade: t from ':45 till F united in marriage Nov.24 at the St. Mullins of New Port Ricl.ey. meeting on Mon.Dee; 17 at Darter's ; John the Divine Greek Orthodox The bride was adorned in a satinJ:
10:10
Cafe at 12 noon. Renovation must ', a.m.Dec.. -.Awards assembly for' Church at Jacksonville.Rev. princess-styled gown accented with i',
be made with Christine Lawson. Klndernrten In SES Cafeteria from Paul Costopoulo officiatedthe re-embroidered lace, teed pearls II

064-6188. 1:11: tuft a.m., .'. n 6 p.m. ceremony. andd iridescent sequins. The gown
Dee. It Uw Jan: a Holiday for 'c .4ri Organist Tee Pappas supplied the featured puffed sleeves and full skirt
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Recreation ,tudenU. nuptial music. with cathedral train edged In lace. l.1
Dept. i Serving the groom were Best Men She carried a cascade of Curio roses,
.f j
Hosts Xmas PartyThe Jerry G. Felon of Jacksonville and Stephanotis, Fuscias and Der-
...Hampton Elem. I Ie Kells W. Christian of Jacksonville droblum Orchids. She wore the 3bridegroom's
Recreation will have
Dept. .1
J.Gissy
Beach. Ushers were Timothy grandmother's gold
Christmas Party Dec. 10 at Pratt St. The' Hampton Christmas Concertwill of KonstantinosPanos cresent with seed:
Tampa shaped pearls I
Center. The will be from 10 be held this at in pin
party evening 7 p.m. of Fernandina Beach and G. worn on her wedding day, also worn
a.m. till 12 noon and if your child front oIl1Choo1. Mr. Schmidt and the of Bradenton. )
his and
.John Kopelousos on mother's wedding day
plans to attend, you need to let the band student will play. several -t I
passed onto his bride.
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Rec. Dept. know by Friday, Dec. 14 songs followed by Mr Stevenson'* Matron Cynthia Gul of The reception followed; at the Mar-
so we can plan accordingly. We'11have music and chorus student Mr. New Port Richey and Attendant riott at ..
and refreshment Enel. win Angela Panos of Fernandina Beach Southpoint. .
games, gifts *; end the program with a
Call) 964-6782 or the office reading of "Twas the Night before were both gowned in tea-length Stephanie Kopelousos kept the ::
and let us know.. Party for ages Christmas". In the event of cold' peach taffeta dresses with puffed bride II book.Following. ,t
4-12. weather the will Inside sleeves and fitted bodice dropping to a honeymoon cruise to
program move .
the Bahamas, the couple will reside
the ICho I'* cafeteria. The program iyrq a scalloped waistline. They carried at Clearwater
VFW Third will last about 1 hour.
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IndlvUal Btodenta in K-8 will be (I'I

Annual Party"It treated loan Ice Cream Party todayat ; k\ q U\l
should be our biggest and best I:.p,m. This to their reward for : lege for her nursing degree.
Christmas affair yet,' says VFW being winners In the Library FundRaiser Mr.&Mrs.Chris P.Felos The bridegroom graduated
Comander Anthony J. Piomblno in contort. Students in 444 will WUlUton High School and recently 1Frank t

describing Post 1018's upcoming haw a Pius. Party at lunch today ,.". ....,. .. -. ....".ce. .. ...h. graduated from Florida State
Third Annual Covered Diuh Social who....Individual daM winner JakabBarkerWed University and is now the owner of 3
and Christmas Party. The Sixth Grade sponsored theschool's Dec. 14 Day Blinds at Gainesville.All .
The event will take pllace at the Christmas Dance last Friday friends and relatives are invited
Starke Gof and Country Club on E. evening.Student In grades 4-M Terri Jakab daughter of Mr. & to attend. The reception will )
230 Rd.,Dec. 13 starting at 6:30 p.m. dressed up In their Holiday best to .. Mrs. Zoltan Jakab of Brooker, and follow at the Williston Woman's
All war-time veterans, their dance to the music provided by Di's Bill Barker, Jr., son of Mr. & Mrs. Club.
families, friends and prospectiveVFW Allison Archey, Elba Sierra Avtles Bill Barker, Sr., of Bellview will be 'f
members are encouraged to and April Seoggtm. Refreshment exchanging vows Dec. 14, 7:30 p.m.
attend for an of good food wen served by chaperones: Julie at the First United Methodist MikellBlackTo
music, fun evening Elbert, Anita Coleman, Judy Ar- Church at Williston. Wed. Dec. 14 r
There will be door prizes donated chey, Connie MUM, Gwen Hill and The bride-elect graduated from
by community-minded merchantsand Bin King. Picture were taken by : Bradford High School and i ill now at- Melissa Mikell, daughter of Alvin
businesses. As usual Santa Mm. Sprinkle and Mm. Krami<<. tending Santa Fe Community ColTerrl Mikell of Starke, and David Black
Claus will make an The A Honor Roll i* as follows: son of Mary Lou Black of Starke,are
appearance.The
to be married Dec. 5 at the
covered dish menu will include Heather Jones Kirby ,.' 14. p.m.
roast turkey, baked ham, and Jacob Hart Thomas Scoggins,Holy 9 home of Alvin Mikell at Crosby Lake
all the trimmings. There is Contois, Renae Hutto, Crystal Estates.
one requirement .'
however. All who bring Ramsey,Stephanie Acree,Eric Car ;>U), All friends and relatives are In-
children must also bring along ahil rol!..Jennifer Frees, Joshua Knipp, ,; } 2l vited to attend.
the name of the Bryan Meng, Jonathan Rhoden, ? f
tleearlytmart on the present Mark YouMblood, Chad Rhoden, & Dot Williams

to help Santa in the distribution to Brian McClellan,. Jeremy Gates, FosterBarnesTo
assure that no child is overlooked., Juston Hart Brian Lott,Josh Meng, Couple Celebrates50th
Julie .McMillan, Marcus Affron, Wed Dec. 15
Nikki Baker, Nona Contois, Jason Phyllis Harper&Robert KennedyHarpeiirKCnnedy AnniversaryThe
LoveD, day Archey Hannah Ford Carle Lynn Foster, daughter of children and Grandchildren of
tarkp.'Rp.cr"atl n-- Vtekl, HuUoJohn.,,,. \MCMlllaalaMnn ,I; : d: I Mr. It Mrs. Dan E. Foster of Marietta Frank and Dot Williams request
; ,.. Ga., and Thomas Alex Barnes
'I'I ; -j'io'lll"" ChrteiGlbbSvrfi, Jul 'u I ,0
iLfya'9t: ( at
nnHKrtnl 50th
a
your presence Anniversary
h ep1wevenLs '"'" vocf ,'. Most \Improved,"WerevMichelleiM JSJo Wed'Dec: tiRS 1 l' <:>1 .f.), "1atr43 sort of MrMrs..Tommy Barnes of Reception given in their hopor.( "* '1' _

Anyone interested in participating .Well and Daniel Davis. Phyllis HarPer, daughter of Mrs. ,Lawtey. will be united In marriageDec. Frank and Dot were married :1
in the Winter Co-ed volleyball Student of six week 'was Holly Kathleen Mickell and Mr. Harry Col- 15, 7:30 pm. at the First December 20. 1940 The reception
league, please contact the Recreation C ntG.. lier of Starke, and Robert Paul Ken Presbyterian. Church at Starke. will be held Dec. 23 from 2 till 4 p.m. 4
Dept. 964-6792 Deadline for a A/B Honor Roll students are: Joan nedy, son of Ernest and MarjeryHall There will be a reception followingat at Hampton: Baptist Church located
team to enter is Monday, Dec17. Frees.Jame Forsythe, .Karilyn of Milton will be married in the the Starke KOA Hall. 1 mile East of 301 on Highway 18. :;
League will start January 14. In- Hawkins, Jamie McClellan.; Daniel back yard of Kathleen Mikell Dec. All friends and family are invited.

dividual fee will come through Com; Meng, Michelle Stanley, Jamie Lyn 14.The ? ,tt __._-.u._-...._-...._-...._-...._-..., .....__n__....-_..___._._-.._- .a.
munity Education at the Vo-Tecb.. Young Michelle Wells, ShannonBurebile bride-elect is employed at t '..
Games are played on Monday even- Stephen Dennis, Jen- Starke Uniform and the bridegroom : !, ', .J
nifer Row, ,Kevin Rupkey,I Jamie ill employed at Kopper's Industries Jakab Bill Barker,Jr. \ Happy 25th
Ings.Evening exercise classes are heldat .>Stitt,. Rachel Smith! David Stone, Inc.,at Gainesville.
the Old Armory Recreation Dept: Samara Prevatt, Christina Meng
5:306 p.m. Step Class; H p.m. Tray: Johns Renee Ford, MichaelFloyd Anniversary:

Aerobic&Exercise Class, Mondays, Jenny Affron, Tyler Hersey-Hamilton To Wed Dec. 15
Tuesdays Thursdays. Fee for both Caldwell, Chris Darga, Brandt
classes is $15 per month. 1 hr. claws Gatlin, Joshua IlodC*. Brad Muse ;
$10 per month. Matilda Rboden. GthristopherSchmIdt Mr. and Mrs. Doley M. Hersey of SR Robin 21 S. of is Keystone. of Bradford .y : John & Jane Bawk F

.Paul Turner, Melody Barr, Starke announce the approaching : a graduate .
Daniel Davis, Detria,Ford, Jessie marriage of their daughter, Robin High School and is employed by ..
Michelle Hersey to Thomas Blake HRS. Gainesville. Thomas is also a
Marshall, Tony Newman. Joey
Rowe, Erik Scogguw Ester Smith, HanuJton.ni' of Brooker, Son of Mr. graduate of Bradford High and is From All Your Friendsmmtumntmmttmmttmmnmmttmmitmmtimmttmmttmmt j ;:
with Anheauser Bush
Griffin Named as Jassy Starling Melody Youngblood, and Mrs. Blake Hamilton of employed ,
AlI hIa Hay**, Robert Broome, Brooker. The couple plan to wed Gainesville.All n.I i1
Professor at Rachel Cantu, Stephanie aemons, Dec. 15, at Trinity ;Baptist Church, friends and family are invited mm

Fisk UniversityRev. Alicia Crosby, Peter KnIpp Amanda WfrfrL '
n
Meng,Terry Keraachner, Annet- \&v'
.Horace L. Griffin,son of Rev. tie Gay, Owls Affron, Erica Elbert, q
Lee and Mildred Griffin of Starkehas Hop Archey,Lisa McClellan,Shaun George Roberts Insurance Inc.
been named as professor -olf Wilson, "
Religion and Philosophy at Fisk TerryStacey amend Chris Newman. -. 3
University in Nashville, Tn.

In 1963 Rev. Griffin received his ....... 986 North Temple Avenue m,, iM :I
Bachelor of Arts from

in Morehouse 1988. he College received In Degree his Atlanta Muter; and of gnat!JCI"!! onimott tfcto Wi4a.fo b! '((904)) 964-7826 hswoo vaua...v.a..eu..r e nOrpenlfeM AGthIT '.\.-...'....-.--. .-.-.=-'-..'-.. -.--......-. ..-. .,.'...-.... .

Divinity Degree in Pastoral Counsel F7irsblag goo catf. try. r. .
ing from Boston University At present 1 ;--r"-"u... ; r- ,: .8' :.
he in a PH.D. candidate at -
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Vanderbilt 1979-ir.duate University.The of Bradford COMPARE Automobile OUR RATES- Homeowner& SERVICE' Y -,.. --- j w-: "I L : !!.' .(L'.jfMr"M ,

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High Is an expert in religion's role in
humanistic psychology and sexuality. Commercial InsuranceLife a
His areas of have
expertise! CHRISTMAS GIFTWith
helped him to accomplish bill objective & Health Insurance

humanism: to and teach religion students function bow in Auto The Purchase Of A New Home By Jim Walter

the world and its relationship to the f, Michigan Millers Owners Just In time for Christmas,with the NO DOWN PAYMENT ..
African .;...- -- -- - --. Mutual Insurance
American
tradition.Geneaology kwunincv
-.I Company purchase of any of our standard 100/e A.P.R. Fixed-Rail Financing
Jim Walter Homes Is
offering
f Baby's Completei a FREE$300 gift. For a limited time !No "Points" No Owners
T1 /instateScott only, when you order your new home to Qualified Property
Diaper Service I e : from us, taKe your choice of one of the Our offer lor your choice of one of
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ur..C..urr following: these fine gifts Is for a limited time .,
'r' 4732625a A NAME IIRANO and applies only to our standard line
Programat ; S Roberts, Agent George Roberts, Agent WASHER ft ONYEH FREEZERREFRMIRATOM of homes sold for immediate construction ..1
NSDAR Meeting ,-"' -..;- ..;. -; You will receive your choice of q
CAS ELECTRIC RANGE gifts when your home goes under
Mrs. Eloise Lewis of Gainesvillewas 1ltOlihEitl/t11i1111011E5011E 1150111lN I I all N5011 ENM 11_11 Ufl1l tsI11 MIN/l Im l l ttNN ll 11411_i OR, OUR CHICK fOR$000 CASH construction Jim Walter Homes Inc
must be authorized to t
the speaker on Geneaology! at
i Choose from our more than 20 lion within 60 days ol f contractco te. 1

the Christmas Samuel Elbert luncheon Chapter of the NSDAR Colonel i Cub the models ground built up on to your almost property any stage from of ALLOWANCE Ask about our of COMPLETION up to$2000 toward ,-iJffa

held at the home of Mrs. J.D. Warren I Startle golf & Country i completion We'II build the shell" ,completely the purchase of items ol permanent
on Dec. 3. finished" outside, unfinished" Improvement such as well door
Chaplain Christine Lawon openedthe Inside to one that I ia 80*.complete.l covering landscaping, etc.
meeting with a story from LukeII You tell us where to stop then finish all For any cash payment made at {,
and the luncheon followed served i 964-5441 ; or part of the inside yourself to save the time, you agree to purchase one of
by Mrs. Warren and co-hostess Mrs. .monvy our standard model homes well also
Herbert Thomas. Over 20 Models 2 to 4 Bedrooms offer an additional'credit of 15%of the !

The business meeting was conducted I. : To The Public i 1,2 i 2V* Mini One and Tae total amount price paid either down payment or I
; Open
by the Regent,Mrs.Thomas. Story. Models (No other" discounts and or promotions I
National Defense Chairman Ellen Jim Walter offer everyday LOW. apply)
Schenck pointed out that we should LOW prices and LOW, LOW. LOW I
; (Artwork depict actual Horn and may
be aware that our student levels age njQya.RoundofGolfDuringtheHolidays ; 10.AP mortgage financing with Include options end p.'lOnallt.ml
sinking to an appalling state. NO MONEY DOWN to qualified provided notpart customer.r>d/or options
The next meeting will be held at = property owner This add up to that ire of our standard offering
Slwube end landscaping hive bean "
the home of Mrs. Gilbert Brown on LOW.affordable monthly payment ,
-Jan.-7 at a p.m.Baby's. v > l on your new horn*. .Jim_added Home' me.,KM ,
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Did You Know?... more likely to be In the labor force
Legal Notices Stork, than are Hispanic mothers, accor
NOTICEAPPLICATION before Bradford County Zoning Board on Bradford County Courthouse ding to the U.S. Labor Department
FOR REZONING Tuesday January 7, 1991 at 7.00p.m. at Florida.At this will time make the the Bradford final decision CountyCommission From the U.S. Women's Bureau, Black and white
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Patrick B.Welch Associates, Inc has the Council Room of Stark City. Hall. 209 on the proposed application otter having Dept of Laborer mothers participated in the labor
EIGHTH CIRCUIT. IN made application to the Bradford County N. Thompson Street Stark., Florida. At two hearings, advertisementand force at rates of 66.3percent and 65.1
AND FOR BRADFORD A for this time all persons, both for and public percent, respectively, while
Zoning Planning Department All Interested In this
posting. peson The of teen mothers have
against this proposal shall be heard as majority participated at a
COUNTY. FLORIDA reclassification of the property described notice ot Hispanic mothers
hereby given
specified In the Bradford County Zoning application are never been employed, according to
CASE NO. 90-667-CA below from RSF-1 to of
: RSF-3: approximately time and place for the two public hear. rate 51.7 percent.rw
of the U.S.
will make the Women's Bureau
BARNETT BANK OF JACKSONVILLE 1/4 mile East of Stark on the Code The Zoning Board a
N.A., right hand side Parcel No. 04479-0-OOOO. recommendation to the Bradford County ing required. Director Labor Dept. Only 32 percent were
Plaintiff. Section 34. Township 6 South Range 22 Commission on this application at their Zoning Planning married an of March 1988.
v.. East. prschduld hearing to b* held Bradford County Merri Bhristmas
ANTHONY GRIFFIN ai the last This proposed change In classificationis Wednesday. January 23 1991 at 7:30: 12/132tchg 12/28 NO 750 Black and white mothers with ]
be held p.m.. In the Commissioners Room of children under the of 18 are
known heir of DAVID K. RAY. subject to a public hearing to age
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deceased and THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE ,. .
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HEIRS DEVISEES. GRANTEES.
ASSIGNEES LIENORS CREDITORS.
TRUSTEES. AND OTHER PARTIES
claiming by through under or 15 Lb. Avg. Sliced FREE!
agalnit David K. Ray deceased.

Defendants.NOTICE OF ACTION SEMI-BONELESS $ 39
(Natural Person) it
TO: Unknown spouse, Heir, Devliee..
Grant*!, Assignees, llenors I
Creditor. Trustees and Other Partl. WHOLE 'j
claiming by. through under or against
David Unknown.K. Ray deceased Address (

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action hat cfJ
b..n fil.d againit you which seek HAMS Lb.
foreclosure of a mortgage on real pro.
p.rty locat.d In Bradford County O J
d..crlb.d a* follow:
THAT CERTAIN PIECE PARCEL OR /
TRACT OF LAND SITUATE LYING AND t0Q
BEING IN THE COUNTY OF BRADFORDAND
STATE OF FLORIDA MORE PAR
TICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
Part of the Northwest 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 of Section 33 Township 3 A Sweet
South. Rang. 22 East Bradford County Juicy
Prices In this ad
Florida more particularly described at
follow: Commencing at the Southwest good Wednesday, TANGERINES
corner of said Section 33, run thence a
North 89 d.gr..s 46 minute 11 tecondi Dec. 12 thru
East a distance of 4010.93 feet to a Tuesday,
point sold point being the Southeast Dec. 18.
corner of th. Southwest 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 of Section 35; run thence o 1990.
North 01 degree 03 minutes 58 seconds '
West and along the East line of the West o
1/2 of the Southeast 1/4 a distance of i 2
1324.16 feet to a point for the point of
beginning: from the point of beginningthus
described run thence South 89 Sunkist Seedless Navel
degrees 47 minutes 38 seconds West a
distance of 631..82 feet; thence run
North 01 degree 07 minutes 54 seconds Grade A Self-Basting ORANGESTURKEY
West a distance of 330.57 feet to a
point; thence run North 89 degree 45 Each
minute 09 seconds East a distance of
632.02 feet to a point lying In the East 10 Lbs.
line of the West 1/2 of the Southeast I/4 %
Section 35; thence run South 01 degree &
Up
05 minute 58 second East and) along 6 1
said line a distance of 331.04 feet to the
point of beginni ,y.
TOGETHER WITH A 1973 MONROE
MOBILE HOME ID NO0463AB.
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If onto the
Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney, whose 4 9CLb.
name and address is Mark G. Alexander
Esquire, 2000 Independent L
Square, Jacksonville, Ft 32202. on or : /
before February 11. 1991 and file the 1
original with the Clerk of this Court 1 '
either before sevlc on Plaintiff's attorney I 1 -I. 1 IB
or Immediately thereafter; otherwise B
a default will be entered againstyou '
for the relief demanded In the Com 1 1,4 1u
plaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on December 11,
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1990.Ray
Norman
Clerk of Court Bradford County
Tosher Allen
-. D.putyCI.rk J Large Bell
12/13 4tchg 1/4/91 NO 753

_ PEPPERSLong / Florist Quality

NOTICE OF PUBLICE HEARING ON PRO
POSED ORDINANCE NO. 90-11 Green Slicing POINSETTIAS 1
ELIMINATING DISCRIMINATING IN
HOUSING BASED UPON RACE COLOR CUCUMBERS/
RELIGION SEX. FAMILIAL STATUS HAN. r1 /
DICAP OR NATIONAL ORIGIN: PRO. -
VIDING DIFINITIONS; SPECIFYING EX. 1 1 Lb. Bag Zesty
EMPTIONS, SPECIFYING UNLAWFUL 3/$1/ 000
ACTS OF DISCRIMINATION IN THE SALE RED RADISHES
OR RENTAL OF HOUSING; SPECIFYING I I .

UNLAWFUL ACTS OF DISCRIMINATIONOF .. .
BROKERAGE SERVICE; PROVIDINGFOR .. ... .
THE ADMINISTRATION OF THIS ORDINANCE
; PROVIDING FOR PRO.
CEDURES FOR INITIATING AND ACTING

HEARINGS UPON COMPLAINTS; PROVIDING; PROVIDING FOR OTHER FOR Whole Or Shank Portions 16 Oz. Cut Or French Style! Green 16 Oz. Sealtest

REMEDIES; PROVIDING PROCEDURESFOR 19-23 Lbs. Avg., Sliced FREE! Beans/17 Oz. Whole Kernel Or Cream

ESTATE FILING COMMISSION REPORTS OF WITH THE THE STATE REAL OF SMOKED HAMS Style Corn/17/ Oz. Sweet Green Peas SOUR CREAM

FLORIDA; REPEALING CONFLICTING OR-
DINANCES; PROVIDING FOR LIMITED IN-
VALIDATION; PROVIDING FOR "
CODIFICATION; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE ;
DATE. $119Lb.DEL2i7E9LES 9ge
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 7th
day of January 1991 at 10:00: a.m. the 11
Bradford County Board of County Commissioner ,
In regular session to be held
at the Boards Meeting Room at the Bradford -

County Courthouse, Stark, Florida _
_ _ _
will hold the
a public hearing on proposed

.enactment 9011. for adopting OrdinanceNo. Pkg. Holiday ChinetNAPKINSPLATES Large Roll Designer/ 11 Oz. With Raisins

The substance of the proposed ordinance
Bradford Is County.All to establish. fair housing In Microwave SIJNADCINNAMON ,

Interested parties are Invited to
BOUNTY PAPER TOWELS
presnt their comments at the time and ROLLS
place set forth above.
Persons are advised that If they
decide to appeal any decision mad at
this hearing they will n..d a record of 990 790
the proceeding and for such purpose $109.
th.y may need to ensure that verbatim
record of the proceeding I I.mode, which
record Include the testimony and 0
evidence upon which the appeal I to be ,
based.
1990.DATED this 11th dayh of December 15.25 Oz. In Juice Chunk/Spears/ Quart Food Lion

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Sliced/Crushed/Tldblts/
BRADFORD COUNTY FIORIDA 59 EGG BOG 99

RAY NORMAN CLERK OF COURT DEL, MONTE PiNEAPPLE. :. . . . . . . . .
12/131tchg NO 754




21Jter. RIIabId iteM &
LEGAL NOTICE Miller Busch
The City of Lawtey It now accepting COCA COLA Old Milwaukee
(Sealed) bids on copy machine to be
purchased by the City of Lowtey. Allsealed Busch Lt
bids must be In the city hall of Old Milwaukee Lt.
Lowtey on December 28, 1990 no later 99'I
Y Draft
than 5:30 p.m. Miller Genuine CN
12/13 Jtchg 12/20 NO 747
PII,. .f 12-12 Of. CMfrOtet We. T69 CN 229
aHela.. "... DIet CeII8..2.41 589 NR 12 / 24 PK 12 ./ 6.PK,
Pkf. .f 12-12 fa. CamDM .
LEGAL NOTICE Sfrtte, Sprtt J...........2... 12 / 12 PK,
The City of Lawtey Is starting a new
system for the water bill department,
this will fake effect In January I, 1991.
All water customer on the delinquent
list for water cutoffs, will be charged an
additional six ($6.00)) dollar turn on fee
If wafer I I. turned off. .
AIM there will be fifteen ($13.00))
dollar eervtc charge) on all returned

check 12/13 3tchg, 12/27 NO 746 Village Shopping !).$, 3


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distance of 300 feet to aforesaid Northerly Hupp P.O. Box 728 Waldo Florida boundary 686.05 feet to an Iron rod seton -Post Office Drawer 1030 Stork, Florida y

Ir r 1 boundary; run thence North 8950' 32694 sole owner, doing business under the Easterly boundary of said SE 1/4 32091 on or before January 7, 1991, and
Legal Notices West along said Northerly boundary a the firm name of II.E.'. Circle L. Trailers, of NE 1/4 and the end of said centerline file the original with the clerk of this

distance of 100 feet to the point of begin. Rt. 4 Box 1555A Starke, Florida 32091. (last said Iron rod being located 13.00 court either before service on
ning. Intends to register said fictitious name feet Northerly of the Southeast corner of Petitioner's attorney or Immediately
at public tale, to the highest and best under the aforesaid statute sold SE 1/4 of NE 1/4)). thereafter; otherwise a default will be
follows: Begin at the N.E. com.r of said bidder for cash at the front door of the Dated this 3 day of December 1990 In Description-Parcel entered against you for the relief
STATE OF FLORIDA. CRIMINAL JUSTICE S.W. 1/4 of the S.E. 1/4; Th.nce South 89 Bra tford County Courthouse In Stork. Bradford County, Florida. The South 132.00 feet of th. North demanded In the petition.
STANDARDS fl TRAINING COMMISSION. degs. 47 mlns. 36 ..... West on the Florida at 11:00: a,m., on 11 January 2/64tpd 12/27 No.729 264.00 feet of the East 330.00 feet of the DATED on December 6, 1990.
Petitioner North line" thereof a distance of 1325.58 1991. West 990.00 feet of the NW I/4 ot the SW RAY NORMANAS
v>. feet to the N.W. corner thereof; Sold RAY NORMAN 1/4 of Section 11. Township 7 South CLERK OF THE COURTBy
JEFFREY A. BENNETT. point being the S.E. corner of said lot 24 Clerk of the Circuit Court Range" East Bradford County Florida : Carol William 11
Respondent Thence North 0 degs, 30 min. 30 ..... By: Carol Williams IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDATHE containing 1.00 acre more or let*. A* Deputy Clerk .1
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO West on the East line" of said Lot 24, 7, Deputy Clerk EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Reserving therefrom an easement for 12134tchgl39INO.743ACDPW
: JEFFREY A, BENNETT. Residence 16 i 9. a distance of 2652.61 feet to theN 12/6 4tchg 12/27 No. 740 AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Ingress, egress and utilities over the

Unknown .E. corner of said lot 9;Thence South 89 CASE NO. 90-273-CA Easterly 15 feet thereof
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Add. .. 39 min. 10 ..... West on the FLEET FINANCE AND Above described parcel being conveyed 01
mlnlstratlve Complaint hoi been filed North line" of sold lot 9, a distance of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT MORTGAGE INC., with a 30.00 foot easement for ingress FORM NO. 13 :, i
against seeking to Revoke the Plaintiff and utilities the Rev. (1289)IN )
you correctional 662.25 feet to the N.W. corner thereof; EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN egress over
certificate held by you In occor. Thence South 0 degs. 29 min. 50 sec. AND FOR BRADFORD v.. following described parcel The Norther. THE ALIEN SUPERIOR COURT '
danc. with Section 943.1399, F.S., and East on the West line" thereof a distance COUNTY. FLORIDA RONALD L. PEMBERTON and ly 30.00 feet of the Westerly 1040.00 feet FAMILY RELATIONS DIVISION
any rules promulgated thereunder. of 663.45 f..t to the N.E. corner of said CASE NO: 9O-659.CA ESTHER R. PEMBERTON and the Easterly' 30.00 fet of the Wester FORT WAYNE. INDIANA
You ore required to serve a written ly 1005.00 feet of the CASE NO.:02D078802JC19STATE
copy lot 15 South B9deas. 42 mlns. 23 DefendantsNOTICE Northerly 1238.00 :
: Thence IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
of your Intent to request a hearing pursuant OF SALE feet of said NW 1/4 of SW 1/4. OF INDIANA
West the North line" of said lot JAMES BRADLEY STROBLE.
to Section 12O.57, F.S. upon JEFFREY sees. on NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Above described parcel also being COUNTY OF ALLENss
15. a distance of 662.38 feet to the N.W. Husband
W. LONG DIRECTOR. Division of the Summary Final Judgment ofForeclo.ur. conveyed with a right of Ingress and :
Criminal Justice Standards and Training corner thereof; thence south 0 degs. 29 and entered In this case, dated egress over the following describedparcel IN THE MATTER OF THE
min. 09 ..... East the West line" of LORIE S. STROBLE.
on that I will sell to the ",
P.O. Box 1489 Tallahassee, Florida December 3, 1990 : Commence at a concrete monument TERMINATION OF THE
sold lot. 15. 18. 23 i 26 a distance of Wife. for cash. In the lobby of located .
32302 on or before January 27 1991. highest bidder at the Northwest corner of PARENT CHILD RELATIONSHIPOF
Failure to do so will result In a d.lault 2648.36 feet to the S.W. corner of'sold NOTICE OF ACTIONTO the Bradford County Courthouse In the NE1/4 of the NEt/4 of Section 10. TIMOTHY ALVERAZ
being entered against you to R.vok. lot 26; Thence North 89 degs. 48 mlns.31 : lORIE S. STROBLE Stark., Florida commencing at 11:00 Township 7 South Range 21 East and A/K/A TIMOTHY TIMBERMANA
said certification pursuant to Section sees. East on the South line" of said lot. C/O Nelson Pervls a.m., on the 8th day of January 1991 Run South 00 degrees, 07 minutes and 19 CHILD AND GRANVILLE HENRY
26 a 25 a distance of 1323.83 feet to the P.O. Box 82
120.60. F.S.. and Rule 1IB-27. F.A.C. the following described property as set seconds East along the Westerly boundary TIMBERMAN. illS PARENT
DATED: Nov.mb.r 27, 1990 S.E. corner of said lot 25, Said point lyingon Alamo Go 30411 forth In the Summary Final Judgment to thereat 137.72 feet to the Souther. SUMMONS FOR SERVICE BY
the West line" of YOU ARE NOTIFIED that action for
aid S.W. 1/4 of the an .
DEPUTY DIRECTOR MICHAEL A. BERG; wit: ly boundary of the right of way of County PUBLICATION
S.E. 1/4 hence South 0 30 mlns. "Dissolution of Marriage" has been filed
; degs. Submitted by Road 225 ( INVOLUNTARY)
CHAIRMAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE STANDARDS : formerly State Rood S-225)). (
32 sees. East on raid West line" a distance against you and you are required to LAW OFFICE OF ROBERT A. STERN thence South 77 degrees, 14 minutes and Notice Is hereby given to Granvllle
AND TRAINING COMMISSION.By of 582.45 feet to the North R-W line" of serve a copy of your written defenses, if 537 N.E. 1st Street Suite 5 19 second East along said Southerly Henry Tlmberman the above-named
: .s- Linda Hodges, Division Represen Co. Rd. No. C.125 (a 100 ft. R-W now any to It on DUDLEY P. HARDY ESQ., Gainesville, FL 32601 boundary, 405.77 feet to the centerline child legal father whose whereaboutsare
tative. ..tab.1); Th.nc. North 89 degs. 43 mini.Is Petitioner's attorney whose address Is EXHIBIT"A" of an existing road for the Point of unknown that the Allen" CountyD.partm.nt
..c.. East on sold North R-W line" Post Office Drawer 1030 Starke. Florida
a Description-Parcel II said road of Public Welfare has filed
12/62tchg 12/13 No. 728 Beginning ( being 60 feet In a
distance of 280.04 feet; thence North 0 32O91 on or before January 7, 1991 and The North 132.00 feet of the East width and lying 30 feet on each side of a petition requesting that the parent-child
degs. 31 mlns. 14 sees. West a distanceof file the original with the clerk of this 330.00 feet of the West 990.00 feet of the centerline described as follows). From relationship and the parental rights of
582.02 feet to a point on the South line" court either before service onp.tltloner' of the of Section II this
NW 1/4 SW 1/4 Point of Beginning thus described run the person to whom notice Is givenbe
of the North 1/2 of said S.W. 1/4 of the attorney or Immediately 7 South 21 East Brad South 00 terminated to
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Township Range degrees, 07 minute and 19 permanently pursuant
S.E. 1/4; thence North 89 degs. 48 min. thereafter; otherwise a default will be Florida that said
REGISTER ford County containing 1 00acre seconds East parallel with the Westerly Indiana Code No. 31-6-5-4, and
31 sees. East on said South line a entered against you for the relief I.... child be made available for
FICTITIOUS NAME more or boundary of said NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 a possible
Pursuant to Section 863.09, Florida distance of 714.47 feet to the N.W. corner demanded In the petition. Reserving therefrom an easement foringress distance of 378.18 feet; thence South 15 of the East 1/2 of the S.E. 1/4 of the DATED November 29. 1990.
Statutes, notice is hereby given that the on egress and utilities over the degrees, 15 minutes and 41 seconds may not be contested by the
undersigned Michele E. Fox Rt. 4 Box S.W. 1/4 of the S.E. 1/4; thence South 0 RAY NORMANAS Northerly 30.00 feet and over the Easterly West 374.65 feet; thence South 20 person to whom this notice Is given if
4575. Stark., Florida 32091, sole owner degs. 31 min.. 31 tecs. East on the West CLERK OF THE COURTBy 15 feet thereof degrees, 44 minutes and 49 second such person to whom this notice is given
doing business under the firm name of line" thereof a distance of 580.93 feet to a Carol Williams Above described parcel being conveyed East 333.96 feet to the end of told 60 falls to act within the time and In the
Metro Security Electronics Rt. 4 Box point on raid North R/W line; thence as Deputy Clerk with a 30.00 foot easement for Ingress foot road and the beginning of a rvc' "3 manner hereinafter set forth.
4575 Starke, Florida 32091 Intends to North 89 degs. 43 mlns. 15 sees. East on 12/64tchg 12/27 No 731 egress and utilities over the feet In width and lying 10 feet el, Notice Is further given that the attorney
register said fictitious name under the said North R/W line" a distance of 331.52 following described parcel The Northerly side of said centerline; thence continue representing the Department of
ciforosald statute. feet to a point on the East line" of S.W. 30.00 feet of the Westerly 1040.00 feet South 20 degrees, 44 minutes and 49 Public Welfare of Allen County Indiana
Dated this f:4th day of NovemberfTwo" 1/4 of the S.E. 1/4; thence North 0 degs. and the Easterly 30.00 feet of the second East along sold centerline 30.88 I I. Karen S. Walker
In Bradford County. 31 mlns. 56 ..c.. West on said East line" IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Westerly 1005.00 feet of the Northerly feet; thence South 21 degrees 12 Sold person to whom this notice Is
11 122 4tpd 12/13 No 71. a distance of 1242.97 feet to the point of THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL 1238.00 feet of said NW 1/4 Of SW 1/4. minute and 57 seconds East 438.28 feet directed must respond to the petition of

beginning.at CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Above described parcel also being to a set Iron rod; thence South 21 the Allen" County Department of Public
public sale, to the highest and best BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA conveyed with a right of Ingress and degree, 22 minute and 11 seconds Welfare by appearing In person or by attorney
bidder for cash at the Bradford County CASE NO: 9O-69.CP egress over the following described East 330.29 feet to an intersection with within thirty ((30)) days after the
Courthouse, Starke. Florida at 11:00 FILE : 14199PROBATE parcel: Commence at a concrete monument the centerline of a road 30 feet In" width last publication of this notice, and Incase
a.m.. on December 28, 1990. DIVISIONIN located at the Northwest corner of and lying 15 feet on each side of the such person fails to do so, judgment
NOTICE OF SALE that RAY NORMAN RE THE ESTATE OF: the NE1/4 of the NE1/4 of Section 10 following described centerline; thence by default may be entered against
Notice Is hereby given on CLERK CIRCUIT AND COUNTY COURTBY HENRY B. HINSON Township 7 South Range 21 East andd South 42 degrees 52 minutes and 49 that person and hit parental rights maybe
December 14, 1990 at 10:00: a.m WilburL. : Carol Williams Deceased. run South 00 degrees, 07 minute and 19 seconds West 274.13 feet to a let Iron permanently terminated.

Heath will offer for sale at for public cash auction at Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe seconds East along the Westerly boundary rod; thence South 17 degrees, 50 Dated 'this 3rd day of December 1990.
to the highest bidder Florida the EDWARD A. DEMPSEY JR., ESQUIRE administration of the Estate of thereof 157.72 feet to the Souther. minutes and 25 seconds East 418.91 feet Connie L. Campbell
Heath Auto Service, Lawtey vehicle 19S2 1124 S. Edgewood Avenue Henry B. Hinsan Deceased Case No.: ly boundary of the right of way of County to a set Iron rod(last said Iron rod being Clerk of Allen" County
following described serial numb.r Jacksonville, Fl 32205 169.CP Is pending In the Circuit Court Road 225 (formerly State Road S-225)); 15.00 feet Northerly of the Southerly Allen" County Department of Public
Cadillac ((904)) 388-1116 for Bradford County Florida Probate thence South 77 degrees, 14 minutes and boundary of the SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Welfare
1G6AB69NOC9188151. of November, Attorney for Plaintiff Division the address of which Is Brad. 19 seconds East, along said Southerly sold Section 10 when measured at right 4820 New Haven Avenue
Dated This 26th Day FLORIDA BAR NO: 094217 ford County Courthouse, Starke, Florida boundary, 405.77 feet to the centerline angles therefrom), thence South 89 Fort Wayne Indiana 46803
1990. 12/62tchg 12/13 No 733 32091. of an existing road for the Point of degrees, 53 minutes andd 43 seconds 219-4254100
12/13 No. 725
11/29 3tchg The name and address of the Personal Beginning (said road being 60 feet In East parallel with last said Southerly 12/133tchg 12/27N0. 744

Representative and Personal Representative width and lying 30 feet on .ach side of a boundary 686.05 feet to an Iron rod seton
COURT FOR
IN THE CIRCUIT 's attorney are set forth below. centerline described as follow). From the Ea.ter.ly.boundary of said SE 1/4 LEGAL NOTICE
,BRADFORD COUNTY FLORDIA Interested: persons are required Point of Beginning thus described run of NE 1/4 and the end of said centerlinelast The City of Lawtey city council Is call-
Circuit Civil No.90-410-CA tile with this Court WITHIN THREE MON South 00 degrees, 07 minutes and 19 ( said Iron rod being' located 15.00 Ing a special meeting for January 7,
FORTUNE SAVING BANK etc.. THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS seconds East parallel with the Westerly feet Northerly of the Southeast corner of 1991 at 6:30 p.m. before regular council I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Plaintiff NOTICE: ((1)) All claims against the estate boundary of said NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 a said SE 1/4 of NE 1/4)). meeting which will follow at 7:30: p.m.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN v. and ((2)) any objection by an Interested distance ot 378.18 feet; thence South 15 Dated this 5th day of December 1990. The purpose of the meeting Is to
al.
AND FOR BRADFORD BEVILLE THOMAS OUTLAW, et who mailed that degrees, 15 minute and 41 seconds RAY NORMAN demolish the old city wharf building
to notice was
,p.. tgwwt.,,000NTYviI.ORIDA .' Defendants. ._..,..-._. ,. ?,..... -'tl\btr.A':person ,", Rt, b Wlllthe:;: .West,. 374.65 feet; thence South,vJO*'VJi' ot y..t4i. .,. Cleciwrf the Court behind Water Groc. Stlore. The publicIs
70 ri, ATdNO.: :.9Q.n..CA .. -. ...jf NOTICE OF SALE/T. >TNotice *' .. allt'...",'.-UJ. Rgprv entative.v.nuq4Or ..-"degrees. 44 minutes and 49 seconds' \ ... ,w. jIIC"I" WilliamsTSrtJeputy *Invited.
f1 DIVISION: CVSOUTHTRUSTtBANK tiTTiereBy'gtveiniVaTrpOTWSflT enteredin (lu(*lct on';ol the' 017333.96 feet to the end of uXXWf: \ .. 4 Clerk ltr311.11'1t172'1': 74v' '"
OF to the Order or Final Judgment '' "
JACKSONVILLE Court. foot road and the beginning of a road 20 ,' / 32t""g'12/2ONO.742
N.A. this cause in the Circuit Court of Brad ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT feet in width and lying 10 feet on each
NATIONAL BANK ford County Florida I will sell the property LEGAL NOTICE
F/K/A FIRST BARRED. side of sold centerline; thence continue
FOREVER
SO FILED WILL BE
situated In Bradford County The City of lawtey Is now accepting
OF JACKSONVILLE South 20 degrees, 44 minutes and 49
Publication of this notice has begun on
Florida described as: .. ''' (Sealed) bids on the new city hall
Plaintiff, seconds East along said centerline, ''NTHECIRCUITCOURTEIGHTH
December 6, 1990.PerlOnal .
v. A parcel of land lying In the SW1/4 of the Thursday 30.88 feet; thence South 21 degrees, 12 JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN building for plumbing hook-up. All sealed
Representative
ANDREW E. JOHNSON and MARY D. SWI/4 of Section 26. Township 6 South Charles B. Hinson minutes and 57 seconds East 438.28 feet AND FOR BRADFORD bids must be In the city hall of
Range 22 East Bradford County. Florida Lawtey on December 28, 1990 no later/
JOHNSON 5290 Pondue Lone to a set Iron rod; thence South 21 COUNTY FLORIDA
his wife, and being more particularly describedas Jacksonville, FL 32241)Attorn.y degrees 22 minute and 11 seconds CASE NO.:9O-668.CA than 5:30: p.m.
follow: Commence at the SW comerof feet to Intersection with MARRIAGE 12/13 2tchg 12/JJ NO 749STARKE
For P.R. Eat., 330.29 an IN RE: THE OF
Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE sold Section 26 and run thence North DARLA JEAN CHRISTOPHER the centerline of a road 30 feet In width SHELTON D. BAXLEY
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant 0"38'10" West along the Westerly boundary TERENCE M. BROWN P.A. and lying 15 feet on each side of the Husband
to an order or a final |udgment of thereof a distance of 200 feet more P.O. Box 40 following described centerline; thence and .
foreclosure entered In the above- or less, to the Northerly boundary of the Stork. FL 32091-0040 South 42 degrees, 52 minute and 49 CYNTHIA I.. BAXLEY
captioned action I will see the property right of way of State Road No. 230; 964-8272 second West 274.13 feet to a set Iron Wile. CHURCH OF GOD
((904))
situated In Bradford County Florida thence run South 8950' East along said 12/6 2tchg 12/13 No 734 rod, thence South 17 degrees, 50 NOTICE OF ACTION 422 N. St.Clair W4-S44S
described as-: Northerly boundary a distance of 6.28 minutes and 25 seconds East 418.91 feetto TO; SHELTON D. BAXLEY Post Office Pastor: David Pleasant
Lots 9, 15 16. 17, 18. 23 24, 25 a 26. feet to point of beginning.From a set iron rod (last said Iron road being Box 1. Cedar Falls, North Carolina.
Section 14, Township 5 South Rang. 22 point of beginning thus describedrun 15.00 feet Northerly of the Southerly YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action lor t Wa InvHa you to worship with u$
East "Woodlawn" as recorded In Plat thence North 0IO' East a distance of NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO boundary of the SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of 'Dissolution of Marriage" hoe been filed Attended Nursery

Book 1. page 17 of the public records of 300 feet to a point; run thence South REGISTER sold Section 10 when measured at right against you and you are required to s.nd.ySdu ._____ loam
Bradford Co.. Fla.. and port of the S.W. 89*30' East and parallel to aforesaid Nor FICTITIOUS NAME angles therefrom); thence South 89 serve a copy of your written defenses, If P.omlnl Worship ____...-._ Ham
1/4 of the S.E. 1/4 of said Section 14 all therly boundary a distance of 100 feet to Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida degree, 53 minutes and 43 seconds any to It on DUDLEY P. HARDY ESQPetitioner's .. EvtnJng Service ____-- tpmWtdnwUy
being' more particularly described as a point; run thence South 0*10' West a Statutes undersigned, notice, R.E.Is hereby Hupp given or Robert that the E. East parallel with lost said Southerly attorney, whoso address Is Youth_-___ .,,. 730: pan

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Page 8ArtLEGltAI.U/ December 13.1990
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Coach Hurse Honors : tf".,


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BHS Football Team e. ', '" !s .


At Annual Banquet"I'm t-v

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very proud of every one of tackle who improved at midseasonand
Thank much," Head started. _
you. you very .
Tornado David Hurse told the 1990 Josh Lewis, No. 66, a tough title _
football players at the annual guard who can be a good football
awards banquet Monday night, Dec. player.
I
lOt in the National Guard armory on Jason Howard No. 51, a tackle
Edwards Road. and a Tornado with a reputation for r arti h
The Tornado varsity has been the his hustle. irar
wlnnlngest football team in the state Joe Gordon No. 32, a sophomore .
In the past three years, said Coach who worked his way up to start at inside k pr--\\ +
Hurse, getting a big hand from the linebacker. Gordon is one of the .
225 players,parents and guests. BHS slowest backs but one of the
has been tH, 9-1, 11-1 the past three quickest, Coach Hurse said.
years while talking about three-year Charles Boyd, No. 40, a running i i .M
quarterback Reggie Sheffield.The back who surprised coaches in his
Tornadoes actually lost the first year and could be a suprise next
first game of the 1990 season 24-16 to season.
Wildwood, but got the win on a Jason Lee, No. 5, who became a
forfeit when Wildwood turned itselfin starting defensive safety and cor- .
for using an ineligible player. nerback. ,;
The 1990 Tornadoes were picked to Kwambea Strong, No. 82 a ,:
finish no better tha" An wideout who blocked up ahead of
undefeated season? Thi. up- runners.
posed to be a rebuilding year with Shauntel Houston, No.74, a starting
only three defensive starters return- defensive tackle who should bea ..
in". fine performer next season. --- -
'Don't ask me how we did it. Ican't Jamie Redding, No.50, who got
answer that yet said Coach good experience and could help the Award Winners...
Hurse. "With our inexperienced offensive line at center next year. The best of the 11-1 football squadof .
defense, I just really didn't expect Bill Campbell, No.52, a hustle 1990 who won awards at the football '
this. But the defense just kept playing award winner who could play most banquet Monday night are over its head game after game. anywhere and help the team. Bottom row Jason Howard,
With guards Jason Norman and James Daniels, No. 31, a quick Wyatt Collins, Robert Hankerson
Phillip Crawford and tight end Andy wingback, running back, and Allen Jenkins. Shawn Jenkins.
Goodowns, there was a nucleus of an linebacker who can be as good as he Standing: Andy Goodowns. Jason Do You Believe
offensive line,Coach Hurse said. But wants to be, says Coach Hurse. Norman, Bill Campbell Robert
two tackles were needed. They turn- Vinnie Blye, No. 20, a sophomore Nichols. Clayton Manning, Reggie T-\ .
ed out to be Clayton Manning,No.76, Hideout who can catch the football Sheffield. Eldrlch Sconiers.
who had never before played foot and block. Blye also started in the
ball, and Shawn Jenkins, No. 75, the
biggest man on the team at 215

pounds.There. friA \ All in Bradford
was an experienced offensive i people
backfield with QB Reggie Sheffield :
fullback Robert Hankerson, ;

and running wingback racks Allen Charles Jenkins.Boyd, Plus who J

Stayed his Daniels first football and; Joe Gernard Gordon, ; s 'i J County are Rich and

Williams, all up from the JV. aj
But the Tornadoes shut out Fer- _

Lee squad nandina 32-22 24-14.33-0, and, outscored Santa beat a Fe tough Jacksonville went Madison down d t f Wear Fur Coats !

18-14. BHS edged Baker 10-7 in Mac-
clenny on a field goal. For the first
time in three years the Tornadoeshad
gotten by all four of the
murderer's row which had claimedthe
previous two 9-1 teams. a Do You Believe
Tampa Catholic went down 38-14 .
in Tampa in the first post-season
play-offs. Then there were just four
Class 3A teams left. Suwannee High
came to Memorial Stadium and That there
played just about a perfect game t are
and ended the Tornado dream with a
',
38-0 shutout.
"We had a great season," said _0"T ",'" }:' Kidsthat
Coach Hurse; recalling the Baker Hungry
game which he called a "tremen Head Tornado Honored...
dous win. I don't like to lose to
Baker." Coach David purse receives a trophy from Banquet MC John Wayne .
It was a team effort Coach Hurse, Mersey of the Bradford High Quarterback Club. ; for ;
completing his 33rd season at Brad- Hersey said the award Is for the blood, sweat and tears Coach llurse "' '' "' 'f' nray _. '::
ford High, told the parents. Live Oak has put in 33 years of coaching at Bradford High.
is a fine football team,but Suwannee "
Tornadoes played its, Coach best game Hurse against said. the A food to eat each

Everybody on the team played
well Coach Hurse said. It was difficult -
!
to hand out awards and the I K night
coaches in some cases handed out z

co-awardj.For Allen Jenkins, No. 13, Coach _

Hurse player reinstated award the which most he valuable had K It is a FACT that there are fur coatsin

previously discontinued. Hurse; ask
ed, "What would we have done Bradford County and
without Allen?" Jenkins played you may

caught wingback passes, filled, kicked in a off fullback, punted,, not have one..But it is also a FACT
and was the team's spirit leader and

23 cheerleader Fullback, and QB Robert Reggie Coach Hankerson Hurse Sheffield said.,were No. that there are kids in our area who

named the outstanding offensive
backs. are hungry !
Coach Lanier Clyatt said this was
one of the most together groups of offensive .
linemen he's been around. ., '. ... .. .
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Named outstanding offensive ; "* ;:
.
: ;: tl: } }1Z \Q })itJfQ: linemen were center Wyatt Collins, '
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No. 53'; tackle Clayton Manning No. \ ; ;{iI,1ti;
76, and guard Phillip Crawford,No. 20th Allen Award... ,. .. .:'' "' < : % h ),,"hJ i
,;
62.Rover Paul Allen and wife, Marjorie, present the 20th annual Ronnie Allen 1 '. YOUThe .: @.. {1'N': W.1iHE! 1''t"! i"1. ,< *, }
back Julius Harden, No. 10, Scholarship Award to Tornado quarterback Reggie Sheffield.The award, .,., Cf < .*' ;h"vf'; .*;>>'"
was named most valuable defensive in memory of the Allen's son, Ronnie a BHS gridder, carries a 1,000 col- \ ,. "r-l N *t '::1t0 '>J." *% 4 : \ ,'lW"t.( ; '!
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back by Coach Jerry Kaminski who to the to < ''" ,.;< .. ..'] ,
lege scholarship.Coach Hurse urged Reggie put grant good use. $ %: \-A A'h {H"I1" 'q :;,.> 'DM i'<"'
.
called Harden very coachable, very <: ; & >\ ""-\ : ; .'- ':;
knowledgeable, and willing to help BradfordFoodPantlt Ecu rica'n
the team any way he could. Harden : trp. 1

was also the backup quarterbackand defensive split end. backfield and played some The JV players,also introduced by ;.' ."' ,.,, ,,,a.-i-s>,>kg}.,\,,,,,,N>* ", ,,,Yw\,h,.,,,,, "' : A I
replaced Jenkins at wingback at Coach Brett Purdy, are Steve : )o '> ; '
*
times. Chris Snow, No. 3, who started in Barber, Benji Bennett, Skippy : .: < 1. "ED"S' E'(11 D' % >
wi I
Eldrich Sconiers, No.41,was nam- the defensive backfield and became Crawford, Ray Durban, P.J. Harris ) t .
ed the most outstanding wideout. He very dependable. Patrick Jordan, Jason Jason .f; ::
Kilby! *?* <%>
developed good blocking ability to go Lee, Greg Marshall; Steve McLeod, :::: : : I\
along with his pass catching. Managers Praised... Stephen Murphy, James Sewell, Joe '9t:8 1I1l
Andy Goodowns, No. 85, was name The three managers Milton Starling, Renwick Tyson. Mike .... '.'" CallttiThis :::, t. 9 r6' ,
ed the most outstanding defensive Davis, Rudolph Perkins, and Andy Wilkerson Jason Woods Shannon i 4r "f'ig.'n'i- : << 1t4j;
member of the and Willie Cohens, Chad Deese, : '. t < < t'kj '8.
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defensive front seven Redding cameraman Billy Brown, .;, .'..$ \ j ; ; l '
by Coach Roland Cummings, who Brown were praised by all the Joel Eunice, Johnny Hernandez, .' ; w'wtftt; ; ) \ 't&n' & ; "'l Q., :
'' < <<"" ,
called the tight end and inside and coaches.All Justin Kendrick Tory Kitties,Jason .. .... 1 .. Spin.' -":M'on'th.. .pjqg r.;..
outside linebacker, and defensive of the managers can film witha Lewis, Eric Mason, Aaron Morgan, 'i" .. ur. J./ ':'
end a team player. video camera and all the practices Jimmy Parado, Bryan Smith, Henry Most improved award went to were filmed and players could see Strong, Justin Ward, Chris Wise, : < tf't .
,
defensive back Robert Nichols, No. how they were performing, a Darrin Young. Manager: Jeremy .....-:: 408 ..t.B"1 a ave ti\\\S"\:,: %p >$
24, who can run step for step with valuable tool, said Coach Hurse. Lawson. ., .". .. ...,,".. .' ". ,. .:\.
; ,'.. 'x. ... $? :({Ht '1 tl1b"Jtl ,,
Reggie Sheffield. Nichols, a senior, '. .. ff
was out for football for the first time. Cheerleaders... Guest Speaker... .. '.'*.",\tt> ,; !>>{Jt;{'.ffii."' .' '
Guard Jason Norman, No. 65,was Coach Hurse thanked the Coach Jim Goodman, recruiting: ,' C1 .,<" "t' .."' '" t
named the 1990 scholar athlete. Nor- cheerleaders for the time and effort coordinator for the University of 'g.. ', ." '11)h) ; I
man has a 2.95 grade point average. they put in to help the team this Florida, was guest speaker. '4 .' 'j ".' "J tft;' V
The $1,000 Ronnie Allen Scholar season. .. .
ship went to QB Sheffield. Coach The varsity cheerleaders are: Coach Goodman told stones of his }' .< s.uJ. & i)' 0l:.' # '
--iJ'
Hurse said he hopes Sheffield will Kim Ross, captain; Shae Blom, co- coaching career to illustrate goal ".'.{.! .. It".If''".... 2"" ,'. .J;..,. .'. .t&j ..'. 'i J.tt'f4}
.
make good use of the scholarship.) captain; Stephanie Agin Kenya setting, commitment, and power of 1";;>.. ;, .... .... ... V 1F:, : "'" ,) )jh"">"'> .j Ai,3tr; ;.,
{ ; ;
started the football .j. & 1;
team. Goodman \ ..
Atkins, Misty Fill, Mindy Gnann, *
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Players Introduced... Jane Stanwix-Hay Cathy Jackson program at Valdosta State, had 8V4 \ .... ". ...)( ;', : \t., ",:t'< t.<<.kf& :
< ""
<<
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Coach Hurse Introduced each Cindy Quinn Charmin Wiggins Jill months to field a team.The headlinein _. .""" .. '< "" .;,>;
player and commented on the value Williams, Sheneasie Williams and the Times-Union predicted a .
and contribution of each: Brad Hamilton. Sponsor: Sherry! 49-zip wipeout for the first game
Larry Shannon,No.80,who played Cuddington.JV against Troy State which had a football ad sponsored by the
defensive end and tight end as a cheerleaders: Danielle program for 65 years. But
sophomore and is expected to be a Hersey captain; Aelicia Woods, co- Valdosta stunned Troy State 28-24. Bradford County
valuable member of the 1991 captain; Shelley Dampier, Laura That was committment said Coach Telegraph..9646305If
defense. Goodner Rashunda Hendrieth, Goodman.
Ken Carlton, No. 73, guard and Heather Safer Toika Strong, donate $17'worth'
center who improved tremendous- O'Keima Lee. Special Guests... you food we
Iy. Supt.Jim Duncan gave the invoca
Shawn Jenkins, No. 75, offensive JV Gridders... tion. will give a subscription to the
and defensive tackle who Coach There were 26 freshman and 7 School board members Evelyn you
Hume Mid can be one of the finest sophomores on the JV football Chastain. Cobby Wainwright Jim-
tackles the region next year. squad. mie Scott, James Watson and Len paper for 1 year FREE
Jorge Acevedo, No. 61, a guard High point of the season was a win Schlofman were present.
and a hustler who will be back and over Baker when the sophomores on Coach Hurse thank BHS Principal
can help next year. the varsity went down and helpedout Paula Steele for giving him the time Call for information & details
Jonathan Ferguson No. 63.defensive during an off-week for the varsi he needed this year to work on the :
tackle, a sophomore defensive ty. football program.







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I BBS Varsity B'ball Team 1990 Starke ::1 L"

Christmas Parade .
Wins
One
Loses OneTornado -Top left: candy was thrownto

parade onlookers by

cagers split two close shot was knocked away by a tall TroJan occupant of the school food
games this past week,beating Nease player. service float.
73-71 at the buzzer and losing 51-48 Point guard Reggie Sheffield led
Tuesday night, Dec. 11, In the Brad BHS with 18 points. Newcomer
ford High gym to Hamilton County Horce Edmunds added 14. -Top right: Lucky Clover 4-II
High of Jasper. Just lay this one to inexperience, club took third place In
The BHS five Is currently 12. says Coach Roland Cummings. parade float entries.
Andre Lee had 7 rebounds, Sheffield
Ham. Cty. 51BIIS 48 and Williams 4 each. Edmundshad
/ Bradford led by two points most of 7 steals.IrWtotfMfk -Bottom right: Mr. & Mrs.

the way but couldn't work a spread II II 14 II .. 41HMdHMtaiMv Clause meet delighted throngs
offense to protect the lead in the II 0 14 14 IIrWM of area children at the Starke
(41)( ) A..... fell.l-.-4. ,_Ie_el
fourth period and lost 51-48 to .......ntrmim....*7-4/J-I4.a.....*Wllltam.4. Christmas Parade.
Hamilton High here Dec. 11. ...- .*..*.U*.../.-.. ,....,.1.11-0/4-44.
......--. Tmmta 0.,. **'.TheN ,-.
Hamilton tf (11)0
Thomas
Newsome hit
a .....,.... I. ....... "",.,, 7..d 0.444. ..-.
three point shot with 10 seconds remaining Jay OM.. ".,-",.... Oil... ".....
in the game tso win the WI"".T.Mu'.11.11""
game for 4-0 Hamilton. Bradford's
y
BUS 73 Nease 71 1 r A
Reggie Sheffield, who had sunk two
three pointers, tried again but theip.pa Point guard Reggie Sheffield hit
three of four shots from the line in
M 1./ the final two minutes and host

Jacksonville Nease missed a a ara; Kaaba O d dor -
three-point shot at the buzzer as the HOT



points.Tornado Clarence tory Horace It was Friday Sheffield five a Williams Edmunds close, Dec.held hit game 7.on 15.for led for 20 all BHS a points 73-71 the with way.vic-and 27 SAME COLD PRICE BEER flJ .D I!E I IS.C.C.C.O'U N' ,t; 0FBE i; iERifEOUR



BHS, 1-1, 22-17 after '
was up one
STARKE STORE! !
period and 41-37 at the half,and 59-56
three periods. D HWY 16W (Brownlee Rd.) 964-8095

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Upcoming...
BHS plays in a double elimination -
Christmas tournament at Nease
IA -,. High School this Thursday-
Saturday;;! Dec. 1315. BHS'playsBt.AuBUBiin I '
at 7 p.m. today (Xiiujcju_ '
day, Dec. 13). { "aba t%' r s 7F 65) ,
Jacksonville Bolles, Jacksonville s
Englewood, and a team from New
.t Orleans called the Redeemers are
also In the tournament.
Regular season plays resumes
New BHS BasketballFind. Tuesday, Dec. 18 in a road game

... with Baker High in Macclenny.
I Baker has a beautiful new gym to
Horace Edmunds goes up for (woof play in. JV game, 6 p.m. Varsity
his 14 points in Tuesday night's game,7:30: p.m.
: game against Hamilton County.

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I BHS Girls Varsity B'ball Team / : kt4A'lI1D'Mioids


Splits Two Touch Games


iud iud

Splitting two close games this past go and pulled away from Hamilton | "k OM3O Light
week, the Bradford High girl's County High of Jasper for a 66-57 win Light & Bud
basketball team is 2-1 to date. here Dec. 6. 6pack12oz.cana
Averaging 24 points< termen led the Center AurUla
center Aurilla Williams leads the way.
BHS girls through three games. Williams led BHS with 26 point NATURAL UQHT
Point guard Monika Williams is Point guard Monika Williams had 22
averaging 23.6 points per game.For points.Forward Latara Jackson had t

ward Latara Jackson, the third let- lOpolnta. 12 pack
terman, is averaging 7 points per BHS went to 2-0. The girl Tigers 8 24 pack case 12 oz. cans
game. Aurilla has scored 72 points, went o 42.Hamilton. r1s 12 oz. cansBUSCHBUSC :
Monika 71.Aurilla County substituting
/ Williams leads in rebounds five players to two for the 7 players ]
with 43 through three game. Latara BHS squad. "They were tiring us 12 pack
Jackson has 28 rebounds, Monika out," said Coach Harvey Lofton. 12 oz. cans
Williams 14, and Regina Padgett 12. BHS still had all three timeouts left
The JV schedule was cancelleddue in the fourth period, and Coach Lof T2pacJc Flowers
to lack of players. The JV girls ton used them to rest the squad. 12 oz. cans
will practice with the varsity and the When the BHS girls got up a few
those showing up best will be points Coach Lofton went to the four MILWAUKEES'
rewarded by dressing out with the corner offense with about three LQAII
Coach Lofton. minutes to go and the Tornadoes
varsity, says Harvey cad
pulled away. BHS got easy open BEST -
/ N. Marion 59 BUS 57 shots as the Hamilton County girls ,
forced to chase the Tornadoes
were
"We lost tough one," said Coach
a
Lofton of 59-57 loss Mon- who got easy open baskets to win the
a 1
Harvey eH PEPSICOKEAll
fourth period 164 and the a PACK
game
day night Dec. 10, at North Marion, 66-57. CABS
district favorite. a4 Flavors'
the a.na
led BHS led 34-31 at the half but were
Monika Williams
Point
guard down one point, 51-60, after three
Aurilla
with 26 and center
/ BHS
Williams scored 15 points before periods of play.
fourth BHS hot 33 for 77, or 42.8 percent, 119 -
out in the period.
fouling Aurilla Williams led BHS In re- from Lofton the said.Tigers. floor. ;enough to win, Coach GUSTAFSON 9 ImporteCarry titS.'

bounding with 10, Latara Jackson ,
had 7. Jackson and Regina Padgett BHS had 33 field goals to 21, including / MILK
had assists.
each 7
f
down two points! 11-13. three 3-polnters for
after BHS the was first period,then outscoredthe Hamilton County. BHS shot just five HElIIEmI4 Mille Lite &
Lady COIlS 21-10 In the second free throws to 24 for Hamilton. : !,
S.M..d/5#. MNwMNC.wMv PACK
lead. It II 14 14
period to take a 32-23 halftime HUM 4 47 We also carry Buttermilk, GenullftA1&
N.Marion won the third period 29-9 -- Low-Fat 1% & 2% Milk
I5mw w.N 114'x. w
( and went on to the two point win. _10.M. 55 .ds.I$44.4.
Too many bad passes walking Aw10._W55.w.11-616.. 166.1..3341.6.I.wdI .. HCHELOB&
-. M. Thww 54.4. N.. ....
I violations and not taking enough ._. 0.- ,..../.-... AS..... III4.1Ot.lnm Seagrams ftBartles
shots were the reason for the loss, ...../.'. I.Mn.. 1.1."...,&. fetaMl 2
said Coach Harvey Lofton. The BHS .711..11..7.1.5, ...-,._ i i11 ii ft James

; girls played pretty good defense,the Upcoming... COOl pack
4 12 oz. cane
coach said. For
Tonight (Thursday Dec. 13) the your
BHS Is shooting 49.7 percent, 90 Bradford travel Santa Fe
I girls to convenience ,
we ''
baskets for 175 attempts through .
for 579
three game, from the field. That's a High The rest a 7:30 of the p.m.JV varsity games game.have now carry a large .' .

good percentage but the girls need to been cancelled due to a lack of selection of wines v49 .
'' shoot more next game,,said Coach players.Coach. 3c9 and champaignesat

Lofton. Lofton has requested that
.WMM* II II 5 M ftM the Bradford girls be invited to T our customary
High Oepeck
.*...- It I* M 14 Wratftotf 4-c
Wfk(.,), .*.. "-"'''.Um J.rti. participate in a Christmas tournament discount priceslVr! i E
I .../.... A...... MMM WI"" ..*-..r.d5.M In Jacksonville next Thursday- OPEN
S-./.-.. ....... WIIII*. 11..1.-... TM.U| Saturday. Dec.20-22, but hadn't 12 oz tt>afee .i 'I Mon-Thura 7-9
U-4/14-47. heard from his request as of Dec. 11. 250 CupfM
BIIS 66.- Ham. Cty. 57 After the Christmas break FrI & Sat 7-10

.' It was nip and tuck all the way tilt-. regular season plays resumes Jan 4 .... ... ......... = Sunday 12-6
til the Tornado girls went into a four with 7:30 p.m. home game against ....ii far&..! wrN...QuId ....N.4MSS AMM
/ corner offense with three minutes to Orange Park High.









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_.'._.pO ...._.,. .........., I">_ J

Tornado Matmen


Defeat Macclenny .' ;t'
t. STOCK-UP I NOW!



Tornado matmen traveled to Mac '
clenny Thursday, December 6 and BEAT 1 THE TAX INCREASE .,
won 62-23 in a match that coach

Brett the Purdy year,.termed"our bent matchof ON JANUARY 1 SAVE NOW

"Everything seemed to click into
place in Macclenny. Purdy said R : ]
Six Tornado wrestlers pinned their s
opponents at Macclenny, two won by
forfeit, one lost by forfeit, two won
by major decision and two matches __
were lost by pins.
FLORIDA GIFT BASKETLftlkiilliall f frrw
The next night, at home, against ra w.i.
Lake Weir, the Tornadoes lost 57-24. This attractive basket In the shaped 1 {
\ Florida holds two hall-bottles ol wine wild
"Lake Weir looks as good as two .
years ago. They are back up to their SMIRNOFF PRIVATE RESERVE SET orange,and lemon candies and chocolate
=
former strength. They are extremely A 500 ml bottle ol Smirnoffs 90 4'Private ***Mt with' hszalnuta 22.99
tough," the coach says. Reserve Vodka comes with two Martini "
John O. Williams, Brad Hamilton
for .
Jeremy Trimble and RaymondTrimble YIEU glasses ready serving 9.99 L
each won their match for ; DAY \TIIE KEYS .
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the 24 point score. Each are still .
7
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undefeated for the season. SALE A GIFT PLANTER GIFT BOX KAHLUA& H'' I
December 11, the team \ w This reusable box contains two of I
Tuesday, CERTIFICATE j planter A 375 ml bottle el Kahlua Mexican Coffee I i '
traveled to Fernandina Beach for California's favorites:Sebastiani White I I
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the second loss of the young season: GOOD 1 1 t THRUTUESDAYDEC,18 t t Zinfandel and Vendange Cabernet Liqueur with two holiday mugs. 9.99LIQUOR I i
27-54. The Tornado record is: now 2-2, Sauvijnon''19.99
since: the first meeting, with Suwan- 5 I
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because of a technicality. FRANGELICO AND CUPSA
At Fernandina, Brad Hamilton, at
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seconds,Ray Trimble,at 171,pinned Hazelnut Liqueur with two demitassecups 1.75 LTR. aorta .om.w. PIUTi culuu Munf
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Williams ((140) pinned his man in ,
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Jason Hughes:, a junior wrestlingat A 750 ml bottle of French Chantaine Brut Is KESSLER BLEID 13.99 10.99 80.95 60.95
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Leaton Morgan, a sophomore: : glasses. 8.99 CALVEII GIIII 13.49 11.49 78.95 58.95
moving up to 160 pounds, had the CANADIAN CLUB GIFT SET CALIFORNIA CLASSICS
best overall match, the coach said, A 375 ml bottle of Canadian Club s rare Two ol California's most popular wines, EUROPEAN CLASSICS 1011iCO RUM 13.99 11.99 83.94 63.94
winning 9-7 and pulling it out in the twelve-year-old Canadian whiskey it TRUFFLES AND CORDIAL GLASSES I Beaulieu Cabernet Sauvignon and Kendall Two of Europe's favorite wines,Nicolas WOlf SCHIlDT VODKA 11.49 9.4 9 WOLFSCHMIDTVOOU:
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Clayton Manning, 189 pound ; >, a .99 chocolates of San Francisco a wicker serving tray'23.99 MI5 0.MATCH AFTER REEATE PRICER, INCLUDE PIRATE

Senior, in his first appearance, put .......... ,
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says, including some 4A schools.: : .. mlt f 11A9:1I I 759 ML 750 ML :. 11: 39 = i
Two more home meets are cs.())1 ,6.WUOcs.Oi 6.595.94,. I l ; OF 12 5149 951 FREE E ao.g ,
scheduled before the Christmas f FI
holidays.: Monday, December 17
Eastside from Gainesville, and I; GIN SALE 1 LOW, LOW 750 ML CASE PRICES FOR HOLIDAY GIFT GIVING MOST IN GIFT BOX
Tuesday, December 18, Bishop Ken- .
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will not resume until LONDON DRY "'. uuu
Ballantine's 132.50 Canadian Mist 82.95 Vodka 62.50
January 10,when the Bradford team : GIN 94 GIN
will travel to Eastside, but practice J & B Scotch, 154.95 Crown Royal CANADIAN 169.95 ; Wild Turkey !1010 142.50
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sessions and workouts will continue '
throughout the holidays, at the gym i 11" Nfl iriLTR. Queen Anne Scotch 89.95 Black Velvet CANADA 81.95 ||WIM| Tanqueray Gin 149.95
and weight room. L Ya
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Mild 49 $1. Michelle ..... 6.99
VODKA 01 ar CHMMNNAV ilL. ..". .. ML ;;
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301 North of Starke ,
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Manlschewin : 2.99 '
Grapefruit Tangerines ::_SIIR: K I LTR.
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CHRISTmas TREES REGULAR, LIT! i
GENUINE DRAFT E&I) Brandy LIB 7.49 SPECIALTY SALE Remy Martin VSCP K 29.99 ST-RIMY
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A Street Level Look at the Opinions of Some Local Residents


G.C.Crlte.For .
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over a year Bradford Countyhas shortfall. There is not enough Correctional Institution. I've seen what I've worked for all my life to bill for nearly$200.We already pay understand the fire departments
watched a war of sorts unfold thought put into alternatives just my taxes go from $200 to $1,000 pay taxes.Why does the emergency for emergency services when we funding situation in the outlyingareas
within its boundaries. It was levy a tax. I guess that means I this year. I'm being pushed into a services need an assessment? I have an emergency.That's the way but that's it. I'm absolutely
Bradford County Commissioners haven't been sold too well, so that position of selling off some of called an ambulance and received a it's supposed to work. I can3 against it. I believe in helping to
against Bradford County taxpayers.The answers your next question. As for --- -- --- take care of the young and infirm
casualties of this war have not their pay, I know that they are but we've got to stop penalizingthe
been assessed. It's said by many, probably the highest paid workersin property owners whenever theiris
that two former commissionerswere the county. Compared to the some new thing the commissionwants
eliminated due to this tax. private sector they are extremelywell to do or is being forced to do.
What caused it? Commissioners, rewarded for their efforts. For An amendment was passed this year
facing budget deficits, sought to that kind of money I believe we that will stop State and Federal
assess a $110 tax on property deserve more innovative government from passing down
owners in the county.They needed government. monolithic, incomprehensible and
that money to run the jail accordingto Marie's daughter,Rose Johnson, expensive guidelines for doing this
federal and state edicts passed agreed fully with the spirit of her and that and not providing any
down from on high. They needed mothers statement 3 IL RI source of revenue to pay for it.
the money to fund emergency A.M. Woods says, "We are R From 1985 when I retired to today
services (rescue units). The fire taxed enough. I have watched our I've been forced to start pinching
departments throughout the county taxes increase steadily through the : t e pennies and our commission needsto
needed funding assistance to provide years. Sometimes those in charge i N N start doing the same."
quality fire protection.The need to stop and think about how M.C. Lizenbee who worked for
taxpayers on the other hand they can make the budget they have the city of Starke for 17 1/2 years
needed their money for food, work more efficiently.These peopleare J17.ciiL had this to say, "It's all right if
clothing and shelter.They were not paid well.Especially when you they have absolutely no choice. If
convinced that their commissionhad see how many of our residents are they've cut everywhere. Includingtheir
done everything possible to out there working for 4 or 5 dollarsan own salaries and perks"as an
pare their budget They were not hour and trying to raise a family. ; k 1'\ ) example,because they are overpaid.If .
sure exactly where or how this new You look at folks who are retired. they then use the money for what
money was going to be spent They They are real heroes and they KugeneCh; on they are supposed to with no
were not convinced it was needed. deserve the best effort from their William Saunders M.C. Lizenbee creative bookkeeping. But they
They were not sure where it would government If a department head haven't sold me. I'm not
receives a budget of$100,000 they comfortable with it."
end.With the overwhelming outcry should not be thinking about howto ___ + ..,. --
from the citizenry, The telegraphwent spend $150,000. We can't do nn m
out into the street to accost that I have rental property and I see
several local property owners at more and more of that income, Give Mom a Housefulof
random. The Telegraph wanted to which I planned for, being eroded
more precisely pinpoint their true and divied up by the county.
feelings about the tax situation in Somewhere it's got to stop. Next CARPET For $,
Bradford County. Each person was year when we have a crack in the T
asked first, what they thought of sidewalk problem will we see a$12
the $110 proposed special special Crack-In-The-Sidewalk Tax?
assessment?"'Second, whether they We need to stop and get a better Christmas:

N .thought, the cow$)a4 done a goo d- ook a::'what: ls..being. Fspent,and, i.. ,
job explaining their need for the plan for the future." --n. qp 11 '
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I ROM Johnson and Marie Clumber with Heavy Duty Pad :4. : :, ,

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money and what the consequencesof "We have to have a certain J.-t.:; '
not receiving it would be? Third amount of government and '
and finally, we asked if they someone has to pay for it," said
thought that county workers on the William Saunders."They have donea
whole were being paid too well? poor job of explaining what the
Marie Chambers and her money was needed for and haven't a
daughter Rose Johnson, were prayer of selling this to the public TEAL TILE & CARPET
against the assessment from the with their current tactics. As for the
t beginning. ''They take enough 'pay question,I have no comment"
money now. I think that a special "I'm retired," said Eugene Street 964-7423
131 N.
assessment is becoming an Chason.graduated Bradford Highin Cherry
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( IB TELEGRAPH T1MES&MONITOR SECTION Detember: 13.19110
a

, Police Curvlew Baker, 26, was arrested of marijuana and driving while A total of 324 calls were received Lt. Mack Short return to the facers are being added to the staff at
Beat Dec. for the of an
11 leaving scene license suspended at 12:57: a.m., according the to that
accident with injuries, DWLS, according to Aliens. by dispatchers at the county jail. Starke Police Department. the county Jail bring numberup
to Lt. Mack Short. 135 calls were listed as mlsceUenous, Patrolman Gerald (Jerry) Hayes to requirements.
by Carolyn Ell".. $1,213.25 Drawdy was bond released after a 55 were felony investigations, ten has accepted a Job with the Depart--
BCT Staff WriterRecent surety was posted. missing persons, 26 fires (struc ment of Corrections In Orange County
129 Arrests ture/woods), 53 calls to burglaries, after 3V yean with SPD.
Arrests l Man ChargedIn ProcessedIn seven accident calls and 24 assists at County Deputy Jason Bennett has
Theft accidents. accepted a job with Clay County
In Bradford CountyThe NovemberDuring Sheriff's deputies wrote 14 traffic Sheriff's Department. Deputy
Thomas Jerral Drawdy, Jr., 19, citations, served 380 civil papers Roman Alvarez has returned to
following arrests were made wan arrested Dec. 9 for retail theft the month of November 129 recovered andprovided
three stolen vehicles David .
in Bradford County by local Bradford SO, assisting Lt. People believe if spider crawls towards
authorities. after he was identified as having arrests were processed through the escort for 11 funeral processions Aderholt. Several correctional "f will have a quarrel.
committed a theft from a conve- Bradford County Jail, according to in November, according to you you
nience store. Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge.The Sheriff Etheridge.
Jennifer Ruth Sutton, 25, of A bulletin was issued for a blue arrests included 63 felony, 34
Gainesville was arrested Dec. 8 for pickup truck heading south Dec. 9. misdemeanor, 19 driving under influence Local LawEnforcement SOLAR POWERED GATE OPENERS
disorderly intoxication,according to Patrolmen W. S. Allen and Robert and 13 driving while license OfficersOn
Deputy Bob McGrath. Sutton Lyons stopped Drawdy's vehicle and suspended. If111iTI Iinfin PowerGate Systems
became The Move
unruly at the county jail returned him to the JR Food Store Starke police officers made 34 arrests
after she accompanied her where he was charged with retail ,deputies made 86 arrests,nine Several local law enforcement officers !fUIU.WIIWIUWH(904) 462-5495
boyfriend who was arrested on a theft, possession of alcohol by per- arrests were made by Florida in Bradford County are making ( ) 3 Year Limited Warranty
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traffic charge.She .
starting shouting >ww -.1N. /-r M|ass MmnAwwlnv Highway Patrol troopers. job changes.
ob entitles when ordered to leave .
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the jail. She was released after a
$250 surety bond was posted.

John Mitchell Brown, 38, was arrested Winn-Dixie* THE
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Dec. 6 for uttering a forged
check Aderholt., according to Lt. David :-. \IDEALGIFT

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Curtis Randall Brooks, 32,was arrested TM
Dec. 5 on a capias for
burglary of a structure, possession SEND A WINN-DIXIE _
of burglary tools,according to Deputy G GIFT CERTIFICATE.
Roman Alvarez. He was released aIN
after a surety bond was posted. A GIFT THAT'S ALWAYS

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Marvin Glen Crews, 19, was arrested
Dec. 5 on a capias for SEE YOUR WINN-DIXIE
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STARKE
appear for battery, according to 470 WEST MADISON STAIITEVERYDAY
Deputy Alvarez.

Johnathon A. Bresee, 20, was arrested
Dec. 15 on a capias for lewd
assault on a child, contributing to LOW PRICES
the delinquency of a minor, according
to Deputy Alvarez. He was
released after a $2,500 surety bond
was posted.

Carl Eugene Clifton, 36, of Union
County was arrested Dec. 4 for NOBODY CAN BEAT NOBODY !

public Intoxication, according to .
Deputy Joseph OeBergahs. He was

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Dec.consuming William 9 for Clayton disorderly alcoholic Hill was beverage intoxication arrested in, 25%/ Off Greeting Cards 20% Off Trial Sizes 5% Off National Brand Chips


Paris.public,Hill according was charged to Deputy at a Michael conve- Suggested Retail Everyday Everyday & Corn Snacks Everyday

nience store on SR-100 where he

at would time his served not first leave.appearance, transported Hill was Dec.sentenced to 10 the to Up to 30% Off All Cosmetics 50% Off Bonneaii Sunglasses 5% Off Entemann's Retail


return north county to Bradford line and County.ordered not to Retail Prices Everyday Suggested Retail Everyday Everyday


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Traffic NKUMOemUUMT-WIONUMT,DfOMIEI t2-'','''''

Boyd Scott Stoneburner, 29, was s ,
arrested Dec. 5 for driving under Influence W-D BROADBREASTEDNATURAL
] (DUD, refusing to sign citation
according to Patrolman W. S. : 17-LBS. & UP
Allen. He was released after a $525
surety bond was posted. 'J

Andrew Timmons, Jr., 23, was arrested TURKEYS ;
Dec. 6 for driving while
license suspended (DWLS), according
to Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson LB..14.
Bond was set at $120,; S.hgwii: HG 811 ONARP 4 W
released his recognizance.William Sr U tAl< .i4,> 't5-O.'.> u.a Adlr3P1A: JAasWln i siaria av 7lvd
on own 10-:85.:
W-D 10-14 LB AVQ & UP lO RICHTURKEY

David Haefeker BROADBREASTEDNATURAL c BUTTERBALL 99 WINGS or REDLBASTED $198
34, was 68' 68e
arrested Dec. 6 for DWLS,attachingtag TURKEYS u TURKEYS . La DRUMSTICKS . u TURKEY BREAST. tow 1
not assigned vehicle, accordingto -D BROADBREASTED 17-LBS. UP W-D US.DA. INSPECTED
Patrolman Allen. REDI-BASTED GRADE 'A' YOUNG-N TENDER TURKEY BREAST
68'
98e 98e $138BAKING
f Jimmy Joe Wilkinson, 38, was arrested TURKEYS . LI HENS La FRYER GIZZARDS i.. WITH WINGS. La
Dec. 9 for DUI according to Vt-O BROADBREASTED 10-14 LB. US.DA. INSPECTED 10-LBS. 4 UPCAROLINE
Trooper D. C. Roberts. Wilkinson REDI-BASTED TURKEY GOLD KIST FRESH
u78c 68e 98e 9ge
refused testing. TURKEYS . WINGS . . La FRYER LIVERS 'Iaa TURKEYS . Li

Patrick Samuel Davis, 33, of High
Springs was arrested Dec. 8 for -
DWLS, according to Deputy Bob EVERYDAY
McGrath. He was released after a ELI tOW PRICE EVERYDAY
$215.25 surety bond was posted. EVERYDAY I11 -% LOW PRICE

Richard Scott Pagington, 22, of LOW PRICE .' '
Bradenton was arrested Dec. 9 for I .I.
DWLS, according to Trooper ,
Roberts. He was released after a e4K
$215.25 surety bond was posted. I


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1320 N.Temple Ave. tAIMI : .1UHKIY.CHUM '

Starke MEAT SUBSE DELIGHT E. $40 I e

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10-11 MC-COOMO WIIOHT,tMOKIO*r BANIO.""" BETTY CROCKER
75 Dodge 1/2 Ton Pick Up COHMBRCAO OMtsNta.im or oitwv PEPSI CRANBERRY

Looks Runs Drives TURKEY DINNER ... 21" COLA t : I CAKE MIXES SAUCE

Like New- 68,000 True j .
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Miles 318 I> It .,,
Engine FliRKEYDiNNER ..$348 : C
Automatic Power Steering J.+ 79 500
Power Brakes $499 Down 12 ___'-_ 1'Y-oz. 111-oz.
Extra Special '84 Olds CAKES_AND_PIESIIMCM '- i CANS BOX CAN

Delta 88 Royale 73,000 .LAViHCHRISTMAS NATURAL..BBO
CAKES $399 WISE POTATO DOLE PINEAPPLE OCEAN SPRAYCRANBERRY
True Miles Loaded with 'A.
7ge $108
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Option- Extra Clean One CHIPS . . 'li: JUICE . . -t SAUCE It.z CAR
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IItJRRY1 I INCH 7 LMim Gdl or SUGAR FREE
'85 Ford LTD Crown Vic i CAKE 'A. $799 CANADA DRY GIBSON SPECIAL OUO OFF>

Station Wagon All the tO-MCH MJMMtIN or GINGER ALE u4u4tuguJ CHRISTMAS ITEMS

Toys $495 Down APPLE PIE . 'A. 3" = MIDGET UGHT*
'82 Ford Granada 2 .. ROASTING
Dr 19.IMCH CMlAAYldCN or ==- 88ePECAN
60,000 Miles -All Options PIES 'A. $4 99 O 2.LTR. 880 == PAN .'. . EA. ,
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'84 Nissan Sentra- 4 Spd. I T349 $147
MERINGUE PIES
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Beautiful Rose Color'$395 . EllwlrH
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njoa KHM WMATH or 2 $299 size CorD
'Down I POUND CAKES IA. $499 TOTS 750IIL$499 3SUTt 1! DUftACELLBATTERIES $Q88
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.. 13, 1900 TELEGRAPH TIMES*MONITOR SECTION Pal.3
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News K:''tefs vice.have one year to complete the ser-. Walter Edward Brown pled guilty traband into prison facility; sentenced violation of community control; Bradford County
presenting a forged altered lot-
or to DOC five concurrent
years control
community terminated
The Tylers were arrested after tery ticket;placed on two years pro- with above. placed on ; Rescue Answers
by Carolyn EavesBCT deputies were called to the home of a bation. one year probation make
$300 restitution to 172: Calls In Nov.
George Holiday,
woman in their care. Mary Rosnjee
SUN WriterLawtey .. Patrick Evans pled no contest sale Dec: 5 VOP Hearing Sr.
Hutton was found tied in a chair substance In lieu of cocaine; placedon Bradford County Emergency
Couple Gets ting in her own body waste. Hutton community control 24 months, Thomas Moab Bradley was found Correction... Medical Services Rescue responded:
Time With who suffers from Aliiieimer's seek drug counseling and testing. guilty of violation of probation aggravated to a total of 172 calls/or/runs: duringthe
Elderly
disease, lived across the road from Ventura Rodriquez pled no contest assault; probation revoke The sentencing of David Jim month of November accordingto
In Abuse CaseA the Tylers. They had been hired by burglary of a structure; placed on ed, placed on 24 months community Browning was incorrectly given in Supervisor Cliff Chapman.
Lawtey Mutton's son to care for her.The day one probation, complete com- control first year to be served in the Bradford County Circuit Court 126 transport required the
abusing a 78-year-old couple charged'woman with last deputies were called the Tylers had munity year service hours instead of Probation and Restitution Center in Finals in last week's edition of the transporting of 130 patients. Forty-
made a trip to Gainesville: leaving Jacksonville; pay restitution Telegraph.
ordered restitution. six calls required no transporting.
April was to perform 150 Hutton In restraints.Change 53953.08 to the Florida Crimes Browning pled guilty Nov. 5 to
hour of community service for the George Robert Dillenger charged Fund. The back-up unit made 12 runs.:
elderly. with petit theft; six months proba- Compensation violation of community control purchase TRAUMA I transported: one patient
Dennis ordered to
remain on or possession with intent to
James Alvin Tyler,25, and Terrie Tyler ot University Medical Center and
tion.Brian while
probation armed. purchase cocaine Dec.10 Browning
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Rosier of PleaIn Demetrius Lane charged STAT-FLIGHT transported: one patient
Tyler,28,were each sentenced Gerald Camacho probation revok-
was permitted to continue community -
Nov. 30 by Judge George H. Circuit CourtThe with grand theft burglary; sentenced : ed for placed 24 months to Alachua General Hospital.
robbery on control
; with a special condition he
Pierce to six months probation fined as! habitual offender to serve five control. The majority of the patients 81,
in the of Corrections community serve six months in the county Jail. taken to Bradford Six
$100 court costs $90 and provide following defendants ap- years Department went Hospital. 4
150 hours community service in area peared in Bradford Circuit Court :, $3,000 restitution. Change of Plea patients were taken to Shands ;
nursing homes \t possible.: They Dec. 10 for final disposition. Lane charged with:! possession? con Debra Ann Desue pled no contest Dial 911 Emergency Hospital, ten to North Florida
Hospital and 18 to Alachua General
Hospital, in Gainesville. Two patients
were taken to Baptist,three to
Memorial and one to University,all
in Jacksonville. One patient was
taken to Lake Shore Hospital in Lake
HOLIDAY City, one to Lake Butler Hospital
IAMS Hand Surgery Center and three were
transported Home. to Windsor Manor Nursing -

Illness: related calls topped the list
of emergencies with 59 people
needing attention. Twenty-seven:
W-D SPECIAL TRIM people In trauma required attention
with an additional five calls to people -
in trauma resulting from a vehi-
cle accident. Nineteen cardiac pa-
WHOLE tients required attention.Seven runs
44 were made to people with
problems.
respiratory
'. _
Three calls were to obstetric pa-

tients.One run was to an overdose victim

/ SMOKED ,one to a gunshot: wound victim,
/ one run to a suicide attempt,and one
; run to a person in an emotional
crisis.
frI1.flj One person was dead when the
unit arrived.

i' ( -- .HAMS transfers Rescue for provided three patients.inter-hospital The unit

was on standby for two football
J LB. games according to Chapman.Six .
calls were cancelled enroute
coon and one call was a false alarm, said
.TAMP/ Chapman.

I bf.:: .,:- : Dial 911 Emergency

SHANK PORTION or HICKORY SWE6TBONELESS LYKE'S GOURMETBONELESS
WE WILL HAVE A COMPLETE SHANK HALF HAM $137 1 HAM $2" $371GAME Traffic Court
VARIETY OF FRESH DUCKS. FRESH LB. LB. HAM n
HENS SWIFT BUTTERBALL BUTT PORTION or W-D SMOKED PORKSHOULDER ARMOUR 1899BONELESS Finals in BradfordThe

TURKEYS FRESH TURKEYS, SMOKED, SMOKED TURKEY BUTT HALF HAMS LB. $147 PICNICS LB. $127 HAM LB $399 following cases received final
disposition in Bradford County Traf-
BREAST, GEESE. CAPONS CENTER SLICE W-O BRAND BONELESS HORMEL BLACK LABEL
fic Court Dec. 4, Judge George H.
FRUITED STUFFED HAMS TURKEYS FRUITED FRESH PICNICS SMOKED HAMS L* $398 TURKEY HAM . LB. 268 CANNED HAM .ffl9M Pierce presiding.

OYSTERS, KOSHER TURKEYS and SMOKED KNUCKLES or HAMILTON LOW SALT SMITHFIELD WHOLE or HALF
SPIRAL CUT HAMS AVAILABLE. NECK BONES . LB. $138 E-Z CARVE HAM LB. 247 COUNTRY CURED HAM 2" Patricia tag Kay; presented Allen pled valid guilty tag Improper ,

V .4 dismissed.
Allen pled guilty driving while
SELECT LEAN US. CHOICE ordered to
license suspended
\ W-O BRAND U.S.. CHOICE FRESH PORK PALMETTO FARMS WHOLE! or HALF ; pay

E-Z CARVE '-: SHOULDERPICNICS PIMENTOCHEESE LAMBLEGS $52 Allen court pled costs.guilty unlawful speed

1111Inl'i .. (73m phSSmph zone); fined $124.
? a W :r.uo
RIB ROAST mlx txlne ;
,ri.. x r c.usf e William Richard Alvarez pled no
i! M
t" ; .:.. contest careless driving; dismissed.

: 'If; !' t27 :a:; $ t97 '\[ $338LB. Alvarez; $32 one court pled year.costs no,contest Tri County expiredtag Probation


'II"\J -,. rf.a,., '""": I... 'M'I' .... ", u.. Alvarez pled no contest driving
'' under the influence ''(DUI 'fined'
3J ;
W-D BRAND U B. CHOICE SELECT LEAN riir Mal +y.w WV _. J ,
lAB" HOT A.tr $437.50 attend DUI school, 50 hours
EYE OF ROUND $397 BOSTON BUTT $478 SNOW $19 19 FARMS* ; community work, license suspended: :

ROAST . . to PORK ROAST u I CLUSTERS . i slit, CHICKEN WINGS z:iz"c,$378 six Raymond months. Eddie Austin pled guilty
HOT or MILDPINKY MILD MEDIUM or HOT REGULAR or LITE
WWHOLE HOG HILLSHIRE FARMS HICKORY SWEET DWLS; costs suspended dismissed.
PIG
$1 27 $198 $328 $188SAUSAGE. | Hayward Barton charged with
. to SAUSAGE . 11 I LIL SMOKIES . La SLICED BACON. u. OWLS,improper tag,failed to carry
W-D and exhibit driver license; dismiss

W-D COOKED $399 BREAKFAST 20.L$388OYSTERS I $668 LOUIS RICH $698 ed.Terry Lamar Berry pled guilty no

HAM . . La LINK SAUSAGE.. . . s1ic TURKEY NUGGETS valid drivers license (NVDL);
.I presented valid license, dismissed.
EVERYDAY : Berry pled guilty failed to drive in
r .. LOW PRICE a HARVESTFRESH correct lane; 50 hours community i
ILr-- 1 1 'k' work Tri County Probation 30 days
EVERYDAY z dismissedLeonard
y e .
% EVERYDAY PRICE T I c P.Bouknight pled no con

V<, DW PRICE i test DWLS; ten days in county jail
et jail term to be suspended if 60 hours
[ PRODUCE of community service Is completed
,, I. tRrP/ 11k' within 60 days under Tri County Pro-
.
L 1 bation.
flI I
t Nature makes the produce. Bouknight pled no contest: safety
F" of vehicle inspection; found guilty
i,,; WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. 1 1Iv.aYDAyI 'I COIIIIIIIUllp'mded.

E -r.,yr o.u-. Jeffery Boyd Caldwell pled no con-
IHARVEST FRESH test DUI; fined $437.50 license
y 3K' FLORIDA suspended six months, attend DUI
school, 50 hours community work
CHANGE I oRANGt;-" OHANSES Tri County Probation one year.
JUICE Caldwell pled no contest failed to
I I carry and exhibit driver license,
S14g open container; dismissed.
Nathaniel Carter Jr. pled guilty
14LB.y'E1N DWLS); to present valid license
V BAO within 30 days and pay $52 court
&k .40 costs or pay $120.25 fine.
R s Lucinda B. Crawford pled guilty
HARVEST FRESH DWLS; five days in county jail.
LOW ..ItICl' FUJHIDAGRAPEFRUIT Willie Lee Davis\: pled no contest
DWLS; to present license: within 30
IN QUARTERS! 4 r days, pay $52 court costs or pay
ALL VARIETIES SUGAR BARREL SUPERBRAND 120.25 fine.Amanda '
78e 3 $118
I J DIXIE CRYSTALS PIE SHELLS . It MARGARINE Itz't Carol Flynn pled guilty
violation of driver license restrictions : -
SUSAR MRS. SMITH'S ALL RAND : ; write 500 word essay on why
$349 2 $300 should not be driving after dark and
0 0 PUMPKIN PIES. COOKIES . ZZ"t 'sea' rules pertaining to that law and
dismiss.
1 Richard Eugene Gary pled guiltyDWLS
ALL VARIETIES $1 88 SUPERBRAND HARVEST! FRESH!
2 ee $100 ; presented valid license: ,
BOXES ZAPPETITES . IA SOUR CREAMSUPERBRAND can REGULARPOTATOES diJlml i 8ed.Wendell.
Chris Harden pled no contest -

MORTON $2 99 DIXIANA m fiQ i JOI. 6ge leaving statement scene that of restitution accident: ; present was

SALT PELLETS . 'Ao WAFFLES . .: sin OI. OS CREAM CHEESE SIZE 9 made and dismiss.
$11 Edward Wilber Harris pled guilty
MARKETPLACE WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE. DWLS; to present valid license: ,pay
2 JUMBO $52 court costs or pay fine of$120.25.
HEADLESS Scott Senate Hoffman pled no contest -
PHARMACY SNOW CRAB
'JUMIW SPINACH ROMAINE, RIO LEAF, ORECN! refusing to accept and sign\ citation
-wf Will NOT IIKNOWINOIY II UNOHSOIA.INPH f LEAF or BOSTON dismissed.
;
CLUSTERS
WHITE ShTOP
u 100 CP3io HARVEST FRESH O C Hoffman charged with running

LILLY'S INSULIN. as$589 SALAD . ZTI DS 8 8 stop sign and unlawful speed
(47mph/30mph zone); fined $172.
LILLY'S NPH REGULAR LENTE! FISH ERMANS $799 $599 HARVEST FRESH JUMBO Dennis Charles Jackson pled guil
HUMULIN INSULIN 10ML SIZE, $889WH RF'n_ DEL MONTE $158 ; 50 hours ..co5pJfljfljtywork
FRESH SEAFOOD ai4050CT. LB. LB. PINEAPPLES E-L- ,Tri*County Probation 60
or 3/lOco ""INEST'RtSH! Ray Darren Jeffen pled guilty
11JO.CT. TAIL ON
1cc'DVocO. . . SIZE $1 459 KLED! *oeveiNeo SERVES! 10-12 PEOPLE LARGE BELL PEPPERS / $400CUCUMBERSt NVDL; to present valid license,pay
COCKTAIL' COCKTAIL SHRIMP $O795PARTY I $52 court costs or pay 120.25 fine.
$2495 Loa Otis Jenkins pled no contest
GLUCOSTIX . ttg. $28 PARTY SHRIMP is''' PLATTER i?I I LL -IIidThbTWEEITllnThvjL DWLS; presented valid license: ,

Christopher Kroenert pled guilty
Improper tag; presented valid tag ;

] [ ) and Kroenert dismiss. pled guilty speeding

(44mph/30mph See zone TRAFFIC); fined $108.


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N I Traffic Accidents Claim Four Livesby


_
Carolyn Eov. Multiple agencies responded to the alcohol related, according to the
aCT Staff Writer accident, alf working well together, report,a blood alcohol content result
Four people died this past week in according to Paramedic Green. is pending.Squad .
Bradford County traffic accidents, Responding were Squad Five and Five also responded to the i
doubling the number of traffic Rescue 60 from Starke, Rescue 75 accident. Homicide Investigator' 'i is
fatalities during 1990. from Keystone Heights,Theresa and Trooper T. C. Pace.Pedestrian .

The deaths include a pedestrian, Keystone Heights! Volunteer Fire Dies
an 18-year-old in a single car crash Departments.
and two Interlachen] people killed] After Being Struck .
Monday night on SR-100 near CR-18. Starke Girl A 34-year-old Tltusville man died
Four other people were injured in Dies In CrashEighteenyearold Dec. 6 after being struck by a vehicle
the two vehicle accident at 4:47 p.m. Mia Lamae as he was walking on US-301 at
Dec. 10, according to Paramedics Cooper a Bradford High School] stu- 2:55: p.m.
Nelson Green and Bill O'Neal. Deadat dent, died from apparent head In- Edgar Rubianes was walking
the scene was Richard Allen] juries early Thursday morning after south of the Crosley Manufacturing
Davis, 32, driver of a 1985 Dodge. being thrown from her vehicle. driveway on the west shoulder whena
Passenger Faye Y. Longbons, 41, Catherine Starling, 17, passenger in 1990 Chevrolet ran off the roadwayand
was transported by Rescue 60 to the vehicle: also a BHS student, was hit him. The vehicle, driven by
Bradford Hospital where she later transported by'Rescue 60 to Brad- Dorothy Whiteman McPeak of
died. Two 13-year-old passengers in ford Hospital]suffering head trauma Hawthorne carried Rubianes 134
the Dodge,Holly Moreno and Alishia and severe lacerations to the left feet after the impact, then travelled
Smith, were transported by Shand- chest area, according to another 46 feet before coming to
sCair to Shands Hospital in Paramedics Dan Cuddington and rest, according to Trooper W. M.
Gainesville for possible back in Bill O'Neal. Starling was later Abrams. No reason was given for
juries. Smith was treated and transported to University Hospital McPeak leaving the roadway.
released in the emergency room, by TRAUMA I. Her condition Is fair Homicide Investigator Is Trooper D.
Moreno remains in stable condition. but stable according to a hospital C. Roberts.
spokesman. Damage to the car was listed as
Driver of a Ford van, John M.
Stapleton, 25, was transported by The 1963 Chrysler, travelling at a 2500.
ir'Scene y TRAUMA I to University Medical high rate of speed, was southboundon
Center for possible internal injuries.He CR-229 (toward Starke) in a light Four Deaths
was released Dec. 11. Passenger rain, according to Trooper Clark During 11 MonthsThe
James E. Barnett, 38, was Williams. Upon entering a gradualleft first 11 months of 1990 four
transported by Rescue 75 to Brad- hand curve the vehicle ran off people died In traffic accidents in
of Two Deaths... ford Hospital for lacerations, he was the paved portion onto the grassy Bradford County.
I Two Interlachen people died late Monday afternoon CR-18. The car pulled off the roadway, attempted a treated and released, said Green. shoulder and ditch at the intersection Joseph Richard Fredericks Sr.,
when their car was struck by a van on SR-100 near U-turn Into the path of the van, according. to troopers. Stapleton and Barnett are from of a private driveway. The 64, of Waldo died when his vehicle
N Starke. Chrysler travelled 146 feet, collided knocked the wheels from under a
The Dodge westbound on with a large pine tree on the left side semi on SR-100.
SR-100, pulled off the highway onto of the vehicle causing the driver to Julius All Ononiwu,37, of Daytona
the north shoulder and made a be elected, said Williams. She was Beach, was killed May 16 on SR-100
t ri U-turn into the path of the van which dead at the scene, said Williams. in Starke when his vehicle crossed
was westbound, according to The car rolled onto its right side, the centerline! into the path of a
Trooper Donald Dean. The van struck a second pine tree with the small van.Douglall.
struck the Dodge in the left side. car roof, totalling collapsing the A. Rehberg, 20, of Starke
i Both vehicles travelled 58 feet from roof. Starling was ejected from the was killed when his pickup truck collided ]-
point of impact to final rest, accor- vehicle at this point, said Trooper with a pine tree on 39th Avenue
ding to Trooper Dean. According to Williams. The vehicle then went June 16.Joseph.
the press release, charges are pen through a wooden fence and struck Naun, 54, of Gainesvilledied
ding. Homicide Investigator is another tree. Sept. 25 on CR-231 in Graham
I Trooper Calvin Pace.Traffic The accident may have been when his vehicle hit a tree.


from pap SB

Phillip Louis Lee pled guilty White pled no contest wilful- $163.75, 100 hours community work,
DWLS Michael; fined 12025. wanton reckless] driving; fined Tri County supervision one year.
Dewayne Paige pled guilty $120.25.
Lee charged with DUI; dismissed.
NVDL; fined 12025. White pled no contest fleeing or
Nathan Kelly Shannon pled guity eluding] police officer; costs Misdemeanor Court
DUI; fined 962.50, Tri County Probation suspended. ,
one year, ]license! suspendedsix Lennie Joe Posey pled guilty Ted Daugherty pled guilty wore
months, attend DUI school. DWLS; fined $120.25. thless check; fined $52, restitution
Shannon pled guilty driving Richard Craig Nipper pled no con $65.FHP
without headlights; dismissed. test DUI; fined $700, license Troopers
John Warren Strickland pled guity suspended five years, Trl County
DWLS to valid license and Continue License,
-.ri..n.i .i.j- r- i-.i-.iviii--; -: ; present supervision one year, attend DUI
pay $52 court costs and dismiss. school, ten days in jail. Vehicle Inspections
Carson Dennis Thompson charged Nipper charged with DWLS,
Mike Starling fi A Christmas with wilful-wanton reckless driving; careless driving; dismissed. Bradford CountyThe
: merry $52 court costs!and dismiss. Timothy David Warren pled no Florida Highway Patrol will
toyouandthoseyounoldmost Pamela be conducting driver license and
King Thompson chargedwith contest NVDL; presented valid
"Gizmo" Now At dear!Thanks for wilful-wanton reckless driving; license, 60 days Tri County Proba- vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
your continued support. costs waived and dismissed. tion, $52 court cost ing the week of Dec. 14 through Dec.
u Damon Jefferson Whitaker pled Warren pled no contest improper .20 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18,
-2 Bancroft Chevrolet Ge.u -, T ': i n 'ho''contest NVDL*, presented'valid'Jicense tag; dismissed.:. .<. I. ,. ? 'SR-16. 'CR-18 CR-16 CR-21B .
Betty : --- --. dismissed. John Bartpw.Lqe plfd I fi1't CR-22& 'CR-125\Jrt-l29.? CIt 231,
a 01'
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I" Mff' : IliCBradord'County.
t --- I a Wesley Noel White pled no contest wtlfuf-waiftotf tedki ssr. J J XEftOOTaVCzr.pR-230andCR-100A
DLWS; fined $120.25. tend advanced DUI"school; fined" 1
Recognizing the danger presentedto
Happy HolidaysCall the public by defective vehicle
DURRANCE PUMP & SUPPLY equipment Troopers will concentrate
their efforts on vehicles being
Me for the Best Deal on a 864 N.Temple Ave.,Starke New ArrivalsAt operated with defects such as bad
brakes worn tires and defective
New or Used Chevrolet Eves &Weekends:964-7578 Public LibraryThe lighting equipment. In addition, attention

2600 N.Main 5t.Gainesvill IOif/Fff l5cttC L5.' : Well Drilling Library Bradford has the following County new Public books who would will violate be directed the driver to drivers license
.
.. laws of
Florida.
.FI] 32601 0. Bus. 376.7581 Residential & available] for check out:
The
Irrigation Patrol has found these checkpoints
Dazzle by Judith Krantz, Ghost to be an effective means of enforcing
from the Grand Banks by Arthur the equipment and driver
.
license laws of Florida while insuring -
Clarke, Houses Without Doors by
Peter Straub, If I Ever Get Back to the prutection of all motorists.
merry Christmas Pump Georgia by Lewis Grizzard,Jurassic Union
Park Michael CountyThe
by Crichton,Longshot
Sales & by Dick Francis, Pegasus in Flight Florida Highway Patrol will
torn by Anne McCaffrey and Powershiftby be conducting driver license and
Service On j Alvin Toffler. > vehicle,inspection checkpoints during
Pat
Corbett & Staff 964 For more information call or stop the Week of Dec. 14 through Dec.
All 7061
Makes 4 by the library. 20 on SR-100,SR-121, SR-231.SR-241,
Brand New SR-238, CR-18, CR237. CR-229;
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Alignment CR-125
CR-231A CR-24A and CR-
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Brooker Anti-Litter Ordinance


By ButUr Rahn tion of junk and/or unserviceable Season's ,
I iCT Staff Writer vehicle on privately owned lands, Greetings
Brooker has passed a stringent except in lawfully established and
r anti-litter ordinance (No. 904) with maintained junkyards, garbage or ,
J violators guilty of a misdemeanor, waste disposal sites, or sanitary
subject to a $:OO fine and/or 60 days landfills create health hazards and
In jail. attractive nuisances, and are prohibited
Section 4 outlines littering viola- and declared to be a public Special McCulloch SaleSPECIAL
tions in subcategories: nuisance.
a. It Is unlawful for any person to (
drop deposit, discard, or otherwise Section 9,Violations: AlMaCLMLDDf SAVE $50
dispose of litter in or upon any public a. It shall be unlawful for the 'i: ,
or private property ttssidewalk owner of any land to permit,cause of ,
,
not limited to, any a have thereon any accumulation of PRICE
.
park, body of water, vacant parcel, Junk, except for junk stored in '
or occupied lot, except in public lit
enclosed Utter receptacles or completely
ter receptacles or in authorized enclosed buildings..except $ 95
private litter receptacles providedfor for vegetative wastes in agricultural 29
public use,or in an area lawfully districts.
established and maintained as a gar- b. It shall be unlawful for the ::::

bage landfill or,waste or junkyard.b. disposal. site,sanitary or owner have of stored any land thereon to cause any,permit unserviceable Model .130 2.0 Cu In. Engine
It shall be unlawful to drive or vehicle, except those in a why 14" Sprocket-Tip Bar
move any vehicle on any street or junkyard, enclosed building or Limited to Quantity in Stock
highway unless such vehicle is con- sanitary landfill.
structed and loaded to prevent any c. It shall be unlawful for
..... .. Art Doa **,pracaU'3OO check to Anita Rink of its load from dropping, sifting, owner, agent, contractor, or other any On All
wutMujortoThaaiwraB leaking, or otherwise escaping person in charge of a construction, 20% off
therefrom, provided, however, that demolition, or development site to ) Bars & Chains
sand or any substance to Increase cause or permit the accumulation of
traction, or water, or other junk or litter thereon..or to leave Large Selection in Stock
Wal-Mart Donation Assists substance, may be applied on a unused construction materials on
roadway in the cleaning or main- site for more than seven days after
Local Environmental EffortIn taining of such roadway by the state the completion of the development, ALL Saws
or local government agency having demolition or construction, or the BRYAN'S STARIESale
continuing their commitment to water in our community," said Art such. It responsibility.c. snail be unlawful. to drive, expiration of the permit therefor. Highway 301 South
help improve our environment Douglas, Store No. 1283 Starke n I Gas
associates of the Starke WalMartare move, stop or park on any street or The council advised Town Marshal teED 964-4642
manager. vehicle being used to
highway any
presenting a$500 check to Adopt- litter or other items Tommy Raulerson to warn !.i
A-HighwayStarke-Bradford County Each Wal-Mart store,Sam's Club, transport be blown from likelyto violators before enforcing the or- MELROSE
fall such
Chamber of Commerce Beautification Wal-Mart's Hypermart USA and or vehicle, dinance but left no doubt the council ( HEIGHTS Ii Highway 21 North
Committee, Chairperson Mar-, Distribution Center across the com vent unless its such contents vehicle from is covered blowing to,dropping pre-- Intends! to keep the town neat and 'I Hardware And]I' Highway 473-4006 100 East Next to Williamson's; Grocery
trade is tidy. Garden Centers 4752400HAVE
jorie Thomson and Starke-Bradford pany's 32-state territory ,or falling from such vehicle.
County Chamber Director Anita making this donation to a non-profit .
Rink. The funds are to be used for environmental organization servingits Junk Accumulation...
community environmental projects, immediate community, resulting
such,as tree planting. in a total of $1.3 million to be given Section 7 declares the accumula- '
by the company. THE
More information about theChamber's
"The associates of the Starke Wal- Adopt-A-Highway program LOVEMake
Mart store are proud to present this will be in the next Chamber
check on behalf of the Wal-Mart Gazette, or If you or your group
stores Inc. as we demonstrate our would participate, call Ann at the
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r Darlene Godwin Named Realtor of the Year


announced: Susan Faulkner, As were the Directors for 1991
Darlene Godwin was awarded president; Darlene Godwin, .vice who were as follows: J}averne
'Realtor of the Year' honors for .
Outlaw, Delano Thomas Charles
and
president;Tom Gross treasurer; '
1990 at the annual banquet of the and David Dodge.
Flynn
Bradford-Union Board of Realtors Suzanne Kitchens secretary.
held this past Saturday at the
Kingsley Lake Civic Center, After
receiving the award from Laverne
Outlaw 1990 president Darlene
Godwin then turned over her
a presidential gavel to Susan
Faulkner who....installed as 1991

Affiliate
members were
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recognized and presented with
plaques certifying the board's
appreciation. Included were: Fleet
Finance, First Union Bank Land
Title Information Services,Vantage
Mortgage, Gainesville MortgageCo.
., Pat Welch-Land Surveyor,
1 --' -.-- Allstate Insurance Co.. John
Hobbs-Attorney, the Telegraph..
Officers & Directors for 1991 right:Uveroe Outlaw David Dodge,Ibm Cross, Florida Federal Alltel and First
I Swan-Faulkner,Darlene Godwin,Suzanne National Bank of Bradford
and Director for County.
Installed 1991 Officer
Newly
,Charles and Delano Thoma
Flynn
Kitchen
the Bradford-Union Board of Realtor are left to Brief remarks were made on the ,
d
upcoming Multiple Listing
capability which the Bradford-Union
realtors will initiate this year and a
general positive outlook was 1 .--------------- --------
Q displayed concerning the comingyear
1 by all speakers. Realtor of the Year .
The officers for 1991 were Laverne Outlaw passes the Realtor of the Year award for 1990 to
Darlme Godwin.
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ObituariesJean member of First Christian Church In wan Dec. 12 from St. Catherine's Funeral wan Dec. 11 at the Chapelof
S. DouglasJean Ohio and was a retired health care Catholic Church at Orange Park Archie Tanner Funeral Home In 1 & &
Strickland Douglas, 62, of private duty nurse. with Father Philip Gagan of Starke with Rev. Gene Bass officiating -
Brooker,died Dec.9 in the Bradford Survivors include her daughter, ficiating. Entombment was at the Burial was in Jacksonville
Hospital following an extended U- Sandra Angeline Adklns of Mid- Sermon on the Mount Mausoleum at Memory Gardens with Archie Tan
lne... Ms. Douglas was born in dleburg; 1 son, Julian Russell Som- Jacksonville Memory Gardens with ner Funeral Home in charge of ar-
LaCrowe and lived most of her live mers of Portsmlth, Oh.; .4 brothers, Jacksonville Memory Gardens rangemcnts.
In the Brooker Community. She was Claude Burgess of Portsmlth, Funeral Home In charge of ar- .fl
an underwriter for the Farm Bureau Charles Burgess of Greenfield, Oh., rangements. J Sappy
Insurance Co. in Gainesville until Rlcchard Burgess of N.C. and John
she retired. She was member of the Burgess of West Milton Oh.; .4 William E. Silcox, Jr. .
Brooker, Baptist Church. sisters,Lucille Bronson of Michigan, Harold Fisher William Edwardd Silcox Jr. 47.
Survivors include her husband, Louise Sexton of Wllltngton, Oh., Harold Fisher, 71,of Lake Butler, of Starke, died Dec. 10 at BradfordHospital
Howard C. Douglas; 2 daughters, Ethel Goyette and Lorraine Mohr, died Dec.6 at his home following an following a short illness. "
Sue Crawford of Graham and Deb both of Springhill. extended illness. Born In Staffordsville Mr. Silcox was born and raised in
bie Pate of Leesburg; 2 sons, Eddie Burial was fa Lucasville Cemetery N.J., Mr. Fisher moved to Starke and lived his entire live here. t
Douglas of Graham and Greg in Lucasville, Oh. under the direc- Lake Butler in 1980.He was a retired He was a self-employed painter and Starke Plaza -
Douglas of Mt. Dora; her mother, tion of Jones Funeral Home of caterer and served in the U.S.Army.He was a member of Bethel Baptist J :
Mrs., Pansy Strickland of Starke. was of the Protestant Faith. Church. 1 ishaving
Gainesville; 1 brother, Tommy Survivors include one nice Jen- Survivors include his mother,
Strickland of Gainesville and 10 Robert E.Braswell ney Bobo of Orange County, a. 2 Hazel Silcox of Starke; one son,
Grandchildren. nephews, Andrew Fisher of David Silcox of Brooker and one
Funeral was Dec. 11 In the Robert E. Braswell, 58, of Starke, Brooklyn, N.Y. and John Fisher of brother Gerald Silcox of Starke. :j Pre '
died
Brooker Baptist Church with Rev. Nov. 28 in Bradford Hospital Long Island, N.Y. Funeral was Dec. 13 at the Chapelof
Charlie Green Officiating. Burial following an extended illness. Born Funeral was graveside Dec. 8 at Archie Tanner Funeral Home 1
in Macon, Ga., Mr. Braswell movedto Crosby Lake Cemetery with Rev. with Rev. Gene Bass officiating.
was in New River Cemetary under 25 to 50
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the direction of Archer Funeral Starke 17 years from Ormond Henry McKinney officiating. Archie Burial was in Kingsley Lake I :
Home of Lake Butler. In lieu of Beach. He was a member of First Tanner Funeral Home was in chargeof Cemetery with Archie Tanner
flowers,the family request contributions Baptist retired salesman.Survivors Church of. Starke and was a arrangements. Funeral Home in charge of ar : Dec. 14 f.1
be made to the rangements.
Brooker
Baptist 1
include his wife Aida L.
Church Fund.
Building Braswell; 2 daughters Debra Diane

Gervais,Ocala,and Denise Andrewsof Mia L.CooperMiss ; ........ii\r. ;,. : 25% Off All
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Houston Tx. 3 Donald 4.T.
; sons, Ray Mia Lamae 18 of ,, :
and Ocala and Cooper
Darrel Dale Dukes of
Starke, died Dec. 8 due to an
Daisy Kimbrell
Robert Andrews of Macon, Ga.,and automobile accident. Miss Cooper
Daisy Lee Williams Klmbrell 73, 6 Grandchildren. was born in Jacksonville and lived Card of ThanksWe rh
of Lake Geneva, died Dec. 9 at herdaughter's Memorial services will be held ata her entire live in Starke where she << Gift CertificatesVisa O.
residence following an later date in the First Baptist attended the Bradford School .\ /MasterCard
extended Illness. Born in Mid- Church of Starke with ,Rev. Ben system. She attended the Sampson wish to thank the faculty at
dleburg, Ms. Kimbrell moved to Bryant officiating. Burial was in City Church of God. Southside Elementary School, The Free Gift Wrapping Wi.
Lake Geneva 20 years ago from Crosby Lake Cemetery under the Survivors include her mother and Girl Scouts and all the many other
Jacksonville. She was a member of direction of Jones Funeral Home of father, Barbara Nettles Cooper and for their various kindnesses .
the Church of God Faith and was a Starke.In Alvin Thomas both of Starke; one shown to our daughter Ruth Corey &
retired antique dealer. lieu of flowers donations may be brother, Thomas Cooper of Starke; during her recuperation from her .
Survivors include 1 daughter, made to the American Cancer Society one sister, Dana Knight Cooper of automobile accident.
Nancy Fox and her son-in-law. 1199 Bessent Rd., Starke, Fl -Starke and her Maternal Grand-
Glenn Fox of Keystone Heights; 3 32091. mother,Mrs.Letha S.Nettles also of Violet And Al Crosby
brothers, Edgar B. Williams, St., Starke. .
Arthur L..Williams, Sr. and WalterL.

Williams, Sr. of Jacksonville; 1 Hattie R. Baker ..... -'- --. ....-._ .. ". -- -
slater Bernice Gilmore of Jackson-
Hattie Ruth Rowe Baker, 75, of
ville 3 Granchildren Kenneth G.
; Jacksonville died Dec. 6 in
Fox and Glynese Ronquille of Beauclerc Manor
Nursing Home in
Keystone, and Kimberly Hightowerof Jacksonville following an extended
Starke and 5 Great Illness. Born in
Bradford County,
k&c
grandchildren.Funeral Ms. Baker moved to Jacksonville
was Dec. 12 at the Starke
many years ago.She was a memberof
Church of God with Rev.David Plea- Lakeshore
Baptist Church in
and Rev. J. Powers
sant officiating. Jacksonville
and
a former memberof
Burial wan In Sellars Cemetery in the
First Baptist Church In Starke
Jacksonville under the direction of where she
taught Sunday School.
Jones Funeral Home of Starke. She also member
was a of WMU and
was a retired salesperson with 16
years service for May Cohens Smith Corona
Department Stores.
Lillie R. Raulerson Survivors include 1 daughter,
Electronic
Lillie R. Raulerson, 86, of Starke Beverly B. Jackson of Jacksonville; TypewriterSL
died Dec. 8 in Bradford Hospital lIOn,Alfred Byron Jr.of Earleton;
following an extended illness. Born sister, Edithe R. Biggs of Starke 500, word eraser, full line correction
in Union County, Ms. Raulerson and 3 Grandchildren.
moved to Starke over 60 years ago. JFuneral.was Dec. 8 in DeWitt C. Brief
She was a member of the Congrega- Jones Chapel with Mr. Bill Jackson
tional Methodist Church and was a officiating. Burial was In Woodlawn $13800 CflRDS'I
homemaker and farmer.Survivors Cemetery in Macclenny under the Reg. $159.95
include 2 daughters, direction of Jones Funeral Home of
Ann Brown and Ruth demons both Starke. $
of Starke; Grandchildren,8 Great-
granchildren,,.and 1 Great-great
granchlld. Frank P. Gagllo "G.E. G.E.
WneTaWrDeb. l0'in DWritdC.' + "'' Frank Peter Gagllo, 63,of Oran "w. m.... !.;... ..-
Jo cot't'hkpe1 In Starke With ''Rev: Park;died Dec.:10 in Jmicro Casseui'ecorder lanswering'macliinomicro i
W.J. Thornton officiating. Burial Born at New York, NY, Mr. Gagliowas
was in Elzey Chapel Cemetery in a resident of Keystone heights Plus i '
Lake Butler under the direction of prior to moving to Orange Park. He One touch operation, Local fill ra a I en d
Jones Funeral Homes of Starke. was a retired dispatcher with the CI- Voice Activation, Ideat for dictation memo, Call monitor speaker
ty of New York and a member of the or conference recording 1
Knights of Columbus. While resident in STOCK f f
of Keystone,he was a member of the Ir
Agnes V. Sommers St. Williams Catholic Church. $64 95 $$6999
Agnes Victoria Sommers, 71. of Survivors include his wife Ann 2-9800 J
Vincent
son,
Middleburg. died Dec. 5 in Bradford Martucci Gaglio;
Hospital following an extended U- Gaglio; 2 daughters, Rose Gaglio
lness. Born in Fullerton, Kentucky. and Anna Gaglio; 2 sisters, Anita .
Mancuso and Rose Carruba and 3
Ms. Sommers moved to Middleburg yv
from Springhill,Fl in 1984.She was a_ grandchildren.The funeral Mass of Resurrection 10

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4 BRS BIG 199028x70w/plywoodfloords, ((3tpd 23789)) trees galore. OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE.
1988 FORD T-BIRD. 6 cyl, new tares. wood siding shingle roof, plus free 301.(Eunice Road)782-3287.(tchg) 12 PD *M ACRES IN LAWTIYl We have 30 acres that can be broken up Into
Black w/grey intenor. Good condo All delivery ft set-up $282.20 per mo. 7 CHG AUCTION SAT. DEC. IS. SR 225, 6 ml. 10-acre track, or just about any way you would Ilk. Owner financed
338-4866 or 964-5326 after GARAGE ft HANDMADE CRAFT SALEat W. of U.S. 301, 1 ml. E. of SR 16.
power. Call 1-755-5114. Circle B Homes. *CHEAP, CHEAP CHEAP ACRE LOTS IN KEYSTONE These lots hove
(4tchg( ) 2 CHG Lake City. ((3tchg) 4 Bradford Wash House Fri.Laundromat from 8306.in Many items 'TO BE SOLD. New ft beautiful oaks, lots of shade trees, just waiting build your dream home
Square. : used
2BR HOUSE TRAILER & 4BR House In CHG and Christmas items. ((4tpdr

Count) Call anytime 2 964-3728.PD ((1 tpd ANIMALS & Nice handmade clothes, kitchen Xmas gIfts baby(ntchg ft beautiful ) COUCH,) LOVESEAT& CHAIR $100. on.SILVER LAKEl 2BR IBA cathedral ceilings, deck separate work shop and

[PETS'FQRi'SALItlXMASI 7 CHG Metal/ Kitchen cart$5.window fans office. Great Starter Hornet
3 FAMILY YARD SALE Sat. only. 8 till ? 1-$25 1-$10. Call 964-6577. (Itchg) *IMMACULATE 38R, 2BA corner 'lot fenced back yard brick approx. 1300
Coltimercial, Property Baby African pigmy goats,weaned; 1025 W. Madison St New ft Used. 12 CHG sq.ft. on Glendale St. Great Buyl 49500.
Rent Lease; Sal by Dec. let Perfect for Christmas. Lots of stocking stutter items for$1 or 1972 VW VAN $650.2 kerosene heaters *HURRY LOOK! LOTS REDUCEDi Lots on Parker Street and Wilson Road
Diamond E Ranch Stock $50 each less. Crafts toys, gift items for every. $50 ea., Dryer$40. 12.color TV$25, hove been reduced. Call today for more delalls.
964-8504 near Bradford-Union one baby clothes mens A ladies 12' John Boat $75. Call 964-4110. *BEAUTIFUL HOME IN CITY LIMITS Great neighborhood walking distance
WAREHOUSE-OFFICE SPACE 3,000 sq. County line on Rd 229. ((3tchg) clothe. Household items and much (SEEN) 12 CHG from schools, churches 4 down: town shopping. "REDUCED". f A
ft.at Enterprise Park on 100.Call 964- 6 CHG more at bargain prices. 7 AS ON TV) THE GAS SAVER *REDUCED FOR QUICK SALEi Spacious 4BR home, 1800 sq.ft. w/pl.nty of

S294. Diane Ely. TFN 3 AKC GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPS. Born EMP Save up to 25% on gas longer engine room to room Just seconds from shopping areas, and grocery store...Thls
CHG Aug. 20. Wormed thou $150. 473- YARD SALELow prices. Lots of baby life, cleaner emissions 30 day home Is a Great Great Buy.

MOBILE HOMES 4369 after 6. ((1tpd r 7817)6PD ) stuff, bed swing etc. Baby boy money back guarantee! call 1-800- LAKEWOOD ESTATISi Two I acre lots side by side buy one or both.
"' clothes25 cents or 6 for$1. SR 16 W. 7673900. 12 FCAN Wonderful location.
GEESE TURKEYS show chickens and 4 mi. ten Morgan Rd.W(CR 233)) 1 mi. 12 FT. JON BOAT w/trailer. 3.9 HP Mer 2-ACRES ON 16 WESTi Beautiful location fantastic neighborhood. Nice
1 sm.beagle.Chicken cages also.964- 9 to 4.((1 tpd r 7717)) 7 cury. Cushion seats good condition. place to raise your children.

MUST SELL! We have built new home 9431 (Itchg) 6 CHG POYARD $600 080.3 all 964-7763 after 6 pm.ALICIA 10 ACRE3 ON 1. EASTi Great farm land. or wonderful new home site.
and must move! 12x55 Mobile Home COCKATIELS latinos $40, grays $30. SALE Deerwood subdivision. 8 till (Itpd ) PD Make
appointment now.
ROLLS.
1960 2BR, 1 BA. CHSA Well pump 964.3186.ltchg( ) 6 ? Sat. Dec. 15. (Itpd r 7718)) HAY Delivery avail.
TWO 1 ACRE LOTS IN COUNTRY CLUBi Beautifully located on. of the best
7 PD
a power pole Included Must be CHG James Qasklns, 9648356. TFN
4 FAMILY YARD SALE Fri ft Sat. Baby neighborhoods and friendliest people you could meet. Call today and let's
moved. Now only $5200 OBO. or JUST IN TIME FOR XMASI' 12 CHG
takeover payments of 160mo.Great puppfles,walkers black ft tan Hunting clothes new and used toys. misc. BABY CRIBI Beautiful dark maple w/ get that new home started.

for starter home or 2nd home! Call wks old. Shots ft wormed Price neg. Christmas Items! 718 Laura St spindle bars on 4 sides mattress. ANOTHER HOME 'IN DEERFOOT TRAILS Cedar home w/lnground pool
782-3634 TFN 4 964-7499 after 6. (Itpd r 7714)) 7 APWATERFRONT $95.964-3151. 12 CHG privacy fence on acre of land located just seconds from the 'lake. Call todayto
12X70 NEW MOON MOBILE HOME,front 6 CHGSMALLQUARTER LARGEOILSEIGLERHEATER$50.4S8- see this wonderful buy.
and rear awning AC $4000. Call HORSE gelding$350. :[;.Af'UFOR-'SAE: .: 1147. (Itchg) 12 CHG IN TOWN 2BR 2BA CH/A home on nice lot. Great rental property.
533-2474. (3todl 4 9644191. (Itchg) 6 : : I 75 FILE CABINETS Go\fl Surplus. 445 10 PLUS ACRES IN THE CITY UMiTSI Plated out Into opprox. 24 lots, great
PALM MOBILE HOME: Furnished 2/2. CHG drawer $25 to $35 ea. Most need
for FHA Multifamily housing or about of .
just making
any type
Lake money
: Sampson lots. project
CHIA. W/D. Skirting, screeend In BOARDING LARGE in or out runs. Individual painting. Ricks Salvage 064-5134. desire.lt .
shed. New 25 !! 2,3,4 ft 5 on Breamwood Point Ap ltpdr7716.-12r) PO...., you
porch carport utility care. lathing;'dipping. -
yr. groom .
LIKE ACRES: PLUS COUNTRY down uuHUrryWThLBtwlnylltaiYlAaaAT
9 3 Ac. 870 ft. waterfront. :Owner-financing wMnHew{
prox. on Any : payment.
PIECE UVINQ ,
overroof. City waton/sewen ton*!g., Ing by master grpomer. 964-9560.\ NEW.2 ROOMJ .
'tMotsV"t30&86054O' : '
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:' A. '- or. 934- SUIT.sootch mull toWWd.11 ,
fencedtotin Waldo Immaculate.((305). 6 CHG guarded
homp'VBrJ3'iq'.ir.r\J/J)7 l' /Lt
882-0540> or 964-6727. 4 6727.9 CHG Call 964-6437.. 12 CHQ* .J *REDUCED ro&QUlCML\1E Spaclou.r.cBR t :
room to roam. Just seconds from the shopping areas and the grocery store. '

NEW CHG 24 WIDE. Set up ft Delivered on m / :Real IEst'"t:: ; : :.fO.RREtft This home Is a Great Great Buy I
*TUTOR HOME Price has been reduced to sell quick. This 4BR 2
your tot $15.995 or$190.59 per mo. :OutOfAreaTIME ;! ,_ story,
Can 1-755-5114, Circle B Homes Q. CH/A beautiful area rugs, original window dressings and all original light
Lake City. ((3tchg) SHARE UNITS AND CAMP- LOW RENT fum. efficiency room., very' fixtures HURRYI' Make an appointment today for this fantastic deal

' CHG GROUND MEMBERSHIPS: Distress clean ft quiet Air ft heat South on .
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Sales Cheapl!Worldwide selections. - -
301.964-5687. CHG
Call VACATION NETWORK U.S.and WALDO VILLAS UNDER NEW MGMT. Anne Terwillegar Brown Sandra: Terwillegar

Canada.1400.736.8250or305-771- 1. 2 ft 3BR apts. Centrally located 473-7541 964-4003
6296. Free rental information, 305- between Starke A G'vllle. Equal
771-6331. 10 FCAN Housing Opp. 4681971. TFNfpt( pd
FLORIDA PANHANDLE tracts from 10 to ck (582)) 13 CHQ
400 acres. $730 per acre up. 20 min. TAKING APPLICATIONS for newly remodeled -
to the Gulf of Mexico. Planned golf 1 BR house In town w/ spa
course. Flexible terms. ((904)835-) and Japanese garden. Private. $290
4153.10 FCAN mo. 614 Lake St. 9643457.2tpd( r
BUY A GIFT THAT LASTS FOREVER. 7690)) 13 PD Wroubel Timber
Mountain land by Owner$1 00 down 2 BR M.H. FOR RENT. $200 mo. $100
owner financing, near Blue Ridge ( ) 13
Pkwy (NC) 10 acre tracts camping Q964.8704.(2tchg
fa
hunting, retirement or permanent 3BR 2BA DBLWIDE on 4 acres.$350mo. We Pine Trees in
Buy
EQUAL HOUSINC home, 1-919-973-o778/QL) 1-919- $150 dep. 964-9017 or 9648704. .
835-2281. (OL) 10 J FCAN _C2tchal_. 13 CHG'
uncleared lots.
yard or on
Iwo M. Faulkner CM, CHB Praldent
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( ERA Faulkner Realty; inc. r Call Anytime Ricky 282-2431 Wroubel


Located Hwy. 301, 2 Blocks South of CR 100 221 Lafayette St.*
CR229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133


OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE Call today to ... how you can be the pro-
ud owner of this MR 1'h BA Brick home. 160-90 1 a a a a a / 1 a 1 a
*LAKI IUTLER-WORTHINGTON AREA 3BR 2BA DW Mobil. home on 3.38 / 1
acres. Incredible Valu. Call for details. 191.90 r .

*1 ACRES WITH WELL AND SEPTIC on pav.d road. Call today. 193.90 iBrokeir}
*LONGCHAMP S/Di Beautiful 3BR 2BA brick veneer partially furnished, priced Accelerated Realty inc.
JTtii h fc in b ,
to Mil. 190-90 gb iiy i ri g ;'r"

HATE THAT LONG DRIVE M.H. clot to RMC with 2.23 acres 132.90 OUTLAW ... selling? rCaillMsf'.: ,
DONT MISS THIS ONEi Price reduced. Owner must sell soon) 4BR 2BA In Evenings &Weekencls : 964-4544
town. 72.90 t+ y F
*NICI LMIDINO LOTI! 310x125 priced at 7500. 123-90 *.' ,
*TERRIFIC VAASSUMABLEi Can't beat this ones I 3BR 28A. 148-90 Your Full Sarvlco Real Estate Office | Hwy. 301 S.

*JO ACRESI and a b"ulo'uI4BR 2BA house Must ...1 150-90 S Starke, FL l..r'.
*ONLY SM.SOOi for this 3BR 2BA. Excellent cond. 169-90 .<(
COMMERCIAL PROPERTVi 2500 sq.ft home on :22: acres N. of Lawtey. Over ;0 vtcl L. Dodge, MSA, CRA;
1400 ft. frontage on 301. All cleared 4 tilled. Zoning and site plan approved for '. '.' JIIomeLot 1 : JAehaeWaterfront '
RV park on 11 acres.Call fordetallsl 181.90 .Florid* Slot* C f lilted 0- *

*KEVSTONI BEAUTIFUL CEDAR AND BRICK HOMEi Lakeview with deeded 'Rent"' E lnt AppruUe"" _VFarmssConimerolal: ,
lake access. Incredible value I 163-90 '
VOU1L NEVER SEE PRICES LOWERi We have several lakefront homes In [ REDUCED New 4BR/3BO Brick, Stove, Raid Dishwasher, CH/A; Sun'
I 2240 SF Garage Well a Septic 1 Ac.. $75,000. s
Keystone city limit. Priced for quick sal. Now is the time to buy I 11 I 173.90 Deck. ; :
174-90. 4 135-90 'Appraii !t lor Rcsfdf I .$,79 ACRES IN THE COUNTRY A.Fr_, C'i w/Permanent Paint Stucco
*THIS IS THI HOMI FOR 1 I3SR/2SA, CNA; FInIpIace.'I=omlly Room, Snack Bar Laundry Room ,
YOU. a 4BR 28A 2 story home on 10 acres. farJ :$jrofitoi.Itarkt'f|? 110x1* Utility IIdWet.r a Elect. $79,000.
details.
154-90 I .LANDSCAPED CORNER LOT 3BR/2BA CB Home, Large Family RoomwAdIo'nlng
*NICE IUlLDlNG LOT IN THE CITY 150x150 all cleared. Ready to build. 171.90
I Screened Parch CHCA Range, Refri a Dishwasher 1800 a
.
*LAKE BUTLER Approx. 2800 sq.ft. brick veneer. 4BR 2BA over 1 acre. In. Finest Neighborhood I
ground pool'( Cahorro. You must see this I 173-90 .r2,000/t. CH/A SF, $75.000.
I'leON THI WATSRi 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick Living., Dining Family
*HOUSE a BUSINESS ON 7% ACRES Hwy 301 frontage. .Call for an Rang.Rtfrig., dishwasher Room CHCA 2310 SF, Porches 2.8 Acres, $87.000.I.QUlIT' ,

Inspection. 164-90 Doubt ora... 2 targe lot I'' a PEACEFULi 3BR/2BA Two-Story Home, Well a Septic 1 Ac.,
*SAMPSON LAKE: Nice remodeled dblwld.on 1 1/34 acre. 100'on lake nice
a : .
OWNER FINANCING Brick 4/2 CH/A. new roof new paint 55000. $40,000 ,
long dock, screen porch workshop. 151-90 AN OFFERf MR/IB Frame Screened Porches, '
MAKE 14x16 Utility
HWY Ml 10 acre.. COUNTRY UVINGi Brick, 4/2 CH4A 3000, 9 acres, pool
*DOUSLEWlDIi New appliances on 3 acre. Excellent for hones 4 kids. Bldg. Well t Septic Large Lot.
CHERRY STREET 2 story 4BR 2BA. new roof. Has 8 r__. 21 1 V4 BA.. Versatile *JO ACRES NORTH OF LAWTEYi Owner will consider financing. e. ACRES IN THE COUNTRY 3SR/2BA Doublewlde MH CH4A, Stave 4 A

bMg. 144-90 *CONVENIENT TO STARKEl CB. 3/2 CHa A, FPL.' 1352 ft., Ig* work shop. 1 Refri. 40000. .
*BROOKS ROADi 38112BA on 1% acre, assumable mtg. by qualilying..SUCClllPUL '
+2 COMMERCIAL PARCELS S. U.S. 301 In City. a ,COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ,
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Call for details. 129.90 SAPS COUNTRY UVINO Custom built 2-stOfy 4/2'/i 23M ft. on 37 acres. .WALNUT STREETi Two Buildings Suitable for Small ..,.,n.... For Rent or
*OOtFVIEW LOTS Wooded. Owner will finance., 12890i :
*COUNTRY HOME ON > ACRESi 3/2, great room, wood stove, aver 1500 sq.ft. tea**.' .
*BROOKS AREAl NICE NICEI! DW 3/2 with lor. of extras. 1 1/2 acres fenced. HWY Ml SOUTHi 200 R. on Highway. Plenty of Warehouse Space a
+CONNERLV ESTAnSiBrick 3/2. an 1 acre, Immac. cond., landscaped yd. HWY Ml NOKTHt Salvage Yard with 3 BR/1 IA CB Home SW Mobil.

Call One of Our Professionally CONVENIENT. FENCED YARD. BR, 1 ... Inexpensive living. S Ham. 40x60 Auto Repair Slop, 3 Septic Tanks 4 Well. 3 Acre. ,
BEST AREAl Stark. .. Brick Over 2000 sf. double garage an 2 large lots. |...EA T CALL STREETi Office Bldg. Far Rent or Leosa.
Trained Staff Today .. .964-5069 LAKEPRONTi Fish a Swim. Wend cottage. Fum. Sandy beach SELECTED PROPERTIES

After Hours. Call These Realtors NATIONALLY KNOWN ELECTRONICS BUSINESb For Sal* to Qualified ."Y.... I'_ 40 ACtESi Can be purchased In 20-Acra Tracts Near Lawtey.B .
,'LAWTEY AliAs Spadou older ham. $/2 Owner financed. ACRESi Frontage on Hwy 225.. ,
Irene Faulkner. 964-5142 *WALDO COMMERCIAL BUILDIMOi In the heart of Waldo. Ideal far crafts. l .HOME BLDO, LOTS Hwy 16 W. CIty Water 4 Sewage. Owner Financing. ,
'. Darlene Godwin. 468-2503 *FARM MOUSE 4 BARNS on 3 oc. Goad area. Close fa Stark. REDUCED HOME BLDO. LOlls Shady Oajis S/D Breaker.
964-9040 ,'*CRYSTAL LAKE MOMESTTEiS BH.CH/A. 13OOSF. I ac. ,REDUCED | FOUR E-ACM TtACTSi Breaker Hwy Frontage Owner Financing.
Warren "Woody"Ryder. *US Ml SOUTH large triple wide 3/3 On 4.9 plus ae. Close In I 4 | Mill. E-ACRE RTVEKPRONT LOTSl<< Brookar, Owner Financing. 1

= Thomas (Tom) Gross 964-6786 ,*LA WHY AREAl Nice Sal.1 1/2 BA, 4 ..... rentals, all an 1 acre. EVENNNOSi

;I 4 ''.Jenny Mann 468-2502 ..*BURDINO LOTS M STARKB AND COUNTRY CLUB AREAl A rS' .. a | .Wayne. )Du le.:.M4..M, Bill OeM .t**urns ,

Connie Williams. Property Mgr. *WATERFRONT Crosby Lake Canal', large DW $34.000 owner -. 44.T4E4 silt Geese. 9a//4L4

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MOBILE HOME 3BR. 1 112 BA unfum., HERITAGE HEALTHCARE CENTER- YOUTH WORKER wanted for church In BAKER LP GAS. Family owned open _
on Otiffis Loop $250 mo.,$150 1410. new eo-bed skilled nursing facility In Starke. Salary, part time. Send resume stud Senior Clt disc. Bulk tank rent
HOMES FOR SALE
dep. Call 864-2009 lave menage. Maoclenny It seeking a RN for the to P.O. Box 157, Starke, FL $2.50 mo.We sell tanks&solicit cust _
((3t) EMP of bir. of Svt. owned tanks. Wa put a full 100 lbs In
pot. Nursing MUST
.
( CHG NMNtTUHI-ChoIri, Bedroom Suits, etc.
ONE BEDROOM COOL Oft In this above ground'poollnthe
APARTMENT: Stove. have Mgmt a Supervisory tklllt anda COMPUTER OPERATOR I Iin the office cylinders for$23 on our dock at 110 A Good condition. Call otter 2
.iwtrta., $70 weekly with utilitlai. Deposit Geriatric bokomd.Call Mr. 125W873M.lvtoo..Frt.EOE.(2tSig- of the City Clerk. Applicants must 121. 1-800-8284)555 or 259-6810. 473-4872. ttchgU-6 p.m. summer.' Stay toaity warm by this
required. No ( ) 17 CHG wood stove In the winter. 3BR/2BA.
pets 9646232.loh ( ) have High School Diploma and one HANDY
) CHQ 15 CHGHOSPITAL MAN: Bargain Rates. Painting, Brick. Fenced. Established subdivisionIn
years Apply
HOUSE capes comp.operator.
IBR SMALL LVRM kit, bath JOB* Start $ .BVhr.( your at Personnel Office City of Starke, Plumbing.Electrical Decks Additions NOTICE city limits. Assumable mortgage
$150 mo end 2 BR apt wI water a ..... No expo neo.For into call 1-900-' City Hall 209 N. Thompson SI Ap- Major Repairs. 26 yra. Experience with no qualifying.' $19.000473.3756.t"
elec. Both In Hampton,Call late 884- 22V9399 ext 1789 e am-8 pm 7 pllca. will be accepted until 5 p.m. Local reference. Woody 964-5405 ClAUiniD ADVERTISING should be submitted TFN
8333. (11pd r 7705) 13 oayt.. $12.95 phone,fee. ((4tpd ck' Dee: 81. ((21cho)15) CHG before 7 a.m. or alter 8 p.m, for best to the lake Region Monitor ofIke '
PDWHY 10282)) is SECRETARY/RECEPTIONIST '(temporary results. TFN (pd r 7677)) 17 In writing and paid In advance LAND
RENT?Home for$1,Repot GoVI RN'S FOR ICU 7pm to 7am.ExcaellII.3 dayt pos) in the office of the City CHG unless credit Is already establishedwith
Give Away Programs! For Informa per wk. paid for 5 days. ) pay 4, Operations Manager. General clerical WANT TO DRINK THAT'S YOUR BUSI this office.MONtTOIt h1-ACR[-Building lots. Owner will
tion 604-649-0670. Ext R-9570.(1tpd benefltt.Cad Bonnie or Kay 904-259- work sssoclated with the day today NESSI! WANT TO STOP? THAT'S STAFF CANNOT BE HELD finance. Almost any terms. Between
CK 052963)) 13 po 3151 at Ed Fraser Memorial Hotp., operation of the office. Duration OURSI Alcoholics Anonymous 984- RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Bernice Road and Becker Mood. Write
OFFICE FOR RENT at 2117 N. Temple Maoolenny. EOE. (Ifchg) 15 of assignment, aproxlmataly! 6 mts. 3619, 964-4150.964-6614. (pd ck 493) CLASSIFIEDS. WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER "Joy", 17401 Oriole Road Ft. Myers.
Ave. Rent Is negotiable. Contact Ron CHG Apply at Personnel Office City of 17 PD THE TELEPHONE. Florida 33912 or call 813-267-3051.
Denmark at 964-551. TFN HYDROLOGIST.Suwannee River Mgmt. Starke, City Hall, 209 N. Thompson CUSTOM WOODWORKING A repairs, Classified deadline ll I 1.00 a.m.Tuesday 4111152139126,0003327HIGHRIDGIEstates.
13 CHG Dist Is accept app!. for the pos. of St Applies will be accepted until 5 additions, repairs,remodeling mobile prior to Thursdoy's publication. Wood dry lot, Very
FOR SALE OR RENT:Timeshare condo Hydrologist.RESPONSIBILITIES: p.m. Deo. 21. ((2tchg) 15 homes, cabinets and crafts. Phone Minimum charge)I.$3.SO lor 15 words close to main paved road (on' Vale
.t Big Sky Montana. 3BR. near lifts The design and Implementation of CHG 473-4018 after 5 p.m. then 13 cents for each additional word. Street) $1300 obo 12647997.
) studies In C.0052543.. Senior citizens II bill. are mailed out, there will be a 1.210003345
night skiing, downhill, cross country. hydrologic support of the Itpol
replace,)Jacuzzi.Jan 6-12.(701)1697- devel.of basin mgmt plans. Including special rate. (TFN) 17 $3.00 billing charge.
5286. 13 FCAN the analysis and reporting of rainfall, WATER fi SPECIALIST: Pump and. well Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171 PERSONALS
FURNISHED APT.Utilities Included 864- lake river stage date; the devel. repair, all makes and models. Lifelong Keystone His., FL 32656
5970. TFN 13 CHG and malnt of surTaoewater Quantity 2 BR COUNTRY HOME on 1 acre, Ige resident with many years experi
WORKING ?
1244 ACRE WATKINS CREEK LODGE, data collection netwks;the devel.and Ivgrm, sitting rm w/ lovely fireplace. ence. Call Collier Grirfis at 964- FOR SALESYSTIMrepouessed Can't got WOMEN-Company It all don.? Professional coming
linden At_ For lease by the week maint of uriacewater ouant data Screened porch. $29,000. Call 964- 6529.(pd r7687)TFN. ) 17LOOKING housekeeper. Good references
Abundant deer, 11 Greenfield,large bases; the devel. of criteria for the 8827. ((4tpel ck 1229)) 16 PD SATELLITE due to Patricia Trout 473.4884BABYSITTINGin
creek, new lodge. walk-In coder. modeling! related to the defin. of min. PDHOUSE 4 LUV? LIVE ONE-ON-ONE divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing home.
$2OOO/week, 8 hunter limit levels and flows:the devel. and FOR SALE 8 rms and 3 acres of CONNECTIONS. 1-900-USA-4-LUV down. S39/mo. 1.272.1031.4tchg12.6.13.20.27 my Keystone 6
1-800-( presentation
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land 30000. Has 2 barns also.Call a m. to 6 p.m., 530/week. For more'
782-5263. (205)874-9671) night. of special reprts to the Gov. New! The kiss line 1-900-369-KISS. Information pleas call Dana of
13 FCAN Board; provision of tech. ass to local 7823373. (pd ck 2263) 16 Join "Club 122 1-900-369-1200. 1- SATELLITE SYSTIM-llkt new 6 mo. old 4730362. 2tchg12-13/2O '
3BR MOBILE HOME on Gritfls Loop.$170 units 01 govt; the devel. of project PDMAKE 900-654-MEET $25/Call unlimited with scrambler. Nothing down. ROOM-MAT WANTED-Sprlng Lake
mo. $100 dep. 964-8704. ((1tchg) proposals; and the monitoring of consulting minutes 24 hrs/7day 17 $49/mo. 1-272-1018 'chI2-6-13.20-27 home. For more Information call
13 CHG controls. REQUIREMENTS: FCAN TRIADMIll-LIke New-$323.473-1338. 4733314. 1tpd12/13
OUN'S SUBDIVISION MOBILE Home Masters In hydrology or water resource AMERICA'S #1 LIVE CHAT-LINE. Sophisticated 2tpd12613.0003384 WANT HOUSE TO EUY-wlll consider
lots for rent, water and sewer furnished related field and one yr of singles 19003210111Only OLIVRR-Tractor 4 cyl. Runs good mobile home on water. Prefer buying
cable tv available. 782-3333 relevant exp., and/or. BS degree w/ NEW FRIENDS-TALK ONE-ON- $9/call. Call 24 hrs/7days. w/bu.hhog.$1200.00 firm. Call tram owner. Call 11298217evenlngs.1tpd213
TFN 13 CHG 2 yrs. of relevant profess. exp. ONE, to gals/guys In your area. 1- 17 FCANPAINTING 4732684. ltpdl2-t3.0O03470
1 BR APT. Stove & Refrig. No Pets. $50 SALARY RANGE: $20.000$35,000plus 900-741-LIVE $1 minute $15 minI- A PRESSURE WASHING. 12 CHIVY S-10-V-6. AT, AC, Longbed
per_k. Can 964-6498. Itchg) benefits. FOR AN APPL CONTACT mum. Also 1-900-741-LIVE GALS A ext 10 yrs. exp. Victor Clemens. topper, clean great condition new
13 CHG : Ms. Gwen Lord, SRWMD, Rt $1/mlnute. $20 minimum. (R392)). Painting Contractor. 964-6189 after tires $24.99. Large chest freezer FOUNDGOLD
3 BR 2 BA BRICK HOUSE in country. 3 Box 64 Live Oak. FL 32060. 904- 17 FCAN 5. ((51pd r. 7692)17 PD $100.00. 475-1115
Untum. $400 mo. plus dep. Now tak- 332-1001. Deadline Deo. 22. EOE. TALK LIVE ONE-ON-ONE LIVE TO OUT OF BUSINESS SALE. All lumber LOVE SIAT-IIke new. $50.00. Call CHARM-Found at Chevron station.
ing appl. 964-5734 after 4 pm.pd( r 15 CHG AMERICAS'S MOST BEAUTIFUL 10% off. All mdse In store Is 35-75% 473-4265 alter S p.m. Itpdl2/l3 Picture of young blond girl and baby.
7720) 13 PDI' OTR DRIVERS. Vanguard Mgmt. Svs WOMEN 1-900-253-UVE. ONLY $1 off.Open Sat,Dec. 15 from 9 tin t 2.7 12 OUAOI PUMP SHOT OUN.h.nt Call Monltor-473-2210.
needs drivers for Covenant Transport MIN. $25 MIN (R439)) 17 mi. S. of Starke on 301. 468-2624. condition 2 Beach Cruiser bikes, non YOUNG FRMALE DOBERMAN-near
; .. .'" .-n" .. : New team rates 27-31 cents. FCAN Stephen Smith Lumber A Trustworthy and woman' $50.00 each. Call Millers 12/11. Call Doctor Porrlsh
'HECP ,WANT.ED, i benefits. Age 23. C.C. CLEANING SERVICE, cleaning the Bldg Supply. Itchg) 17 473-3397. 1tchgl2/13 4734966. 1112/13
.. .. ... ... _
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...." n. .c. ". .,I 1-800.542803 or 1-800-782-1727. house for the working spouse. Carpets CHQ 01 APPUANCES-Refrlgerotor and E I.c.
n 15 FCAN 1 7823089.G ready for MINISTER'S WIFE WILL BABYSIT with trlc Stove. Excellent condition. $79.CO CARS/RVB
POSTAL JOBS. 11.41 to 14.90/hr. For LONG HAUL TRUCKING.Get Inlo.high the holiday! (pdckSSO) tender loving care Located douentown each Call 473-2677. 1fpd12/13
exam and application Info call 219- demand career. an owneroperatorwith 17 PD Starke.Any age.call 9644770 OAK FIRIWOOD-for sole HONEST 19IS TOYOTA-21 ft. Mini-Cruiser. Self-
769-6649 ext FL214 9am 9pm 7 North American Van Unesl' REBUILT AUTO TRANSMISSIONS for .(ckl 986)) 17 PD CORDS. Free delivery In local areas contained. Must tell. 904-475-2680.( ::
days.(pd ck 25649)) 15 Operate your own tractor. If you don't most domestic cars w/6 mo.warranty STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE Full Cord-$80., Half Cord-US.. 1/4 2tpd11-29-12-6.0003383
own one. we offer a lease-purchasa. $195 exchange.. Ready to Install. SALES AND SERVICE: All makes Cord-$30. Call Fred or Gary at 473-9641 197B CHEVY PU-1/2 TON. Excellent
TO BUY OR SELL WATKIN'S PROD- program that Is one of the best In the 272-7607. 17 and models cleaned, oiled and adjusted Itpdl2/13 Body new tires AT very good condl--'
UCTS. Call distributors Mike A Ramona Industry. No exp. neo. If you need BECOME A PARALEGAL, Accredited $15. New and used sewing tlon. $3,000: obo. 4733807. ltchg2-6
Crapse at Uwtey 782-3063. training,we will train you tuition(free! Member NHSC, Attorney Instructed, machines. Hwy 233 A 16 (Morgan FOR RENT PICK-UP TRUCK-19764X4 3/4 ton. Good
TFN 15 CHG You must be 21, have a good driving home study, established 1976. FinancialsldFREEcatalog CHO0964-8733 TFN 17 condition. Great truck for work or hun
JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA record, and pus substance abuse : :: .1-800-669- 1AKI ACCESS-, 2(3 Bedroom mobile ting. 473-4279. 1 tpd 12/13
openings available In several areas ..t. Call North American for Information 2555,Southern Career Instil. PO Box NEED A ROOM ADDED to your house or hornet. $140 and up p.r month. Lake
will train. For Info call 708-742-8620 package. 1-800-348-2147.. Alkfor 2158, Boca Raton Fl 33427. mobile home? Need a roof or roof Geneva Rentals, 473-7966.
ext 362. ((4tpd ck 17729) 15 operator 97. 15 FCAN 17 FCAN repaired? Need a deck or a screened 6mopd7.90-l.91 ANIMALSCATS
PD RESIDENTIAL TECHNICIAN Part time to HAULING OF ALL TYPES. Also yard porch? We'll do It for you at reasonable FUftNtSHID IFFICIENCY-Apartments on
EXPERIENCED CUTTER.Apply Bradford work In an Adolescent Substance work. 782-1543. (TFN) 17 retell We also do weatherizlng. lake Geneva. Neat and clean. FREI TO GOOD HOME
Fum. Hwy 301 N. No phone calls. Abuse Residential facility 8 pm 8am PD Free estimates, all work guaranteedl! $27S/plus tax per month,$275 deposit. Siamese/male, Manx/male, orangespayed
LICENSED) 15 CHG Sat and Sun. nights In Starke. BABYSITTING In my home.Birth to school 964-2525 for James or 964-8593 for Includes utilities 4732919. cat. For more Information call
COSMETOLOGIST needed. Qualification: AA degree and 2 yrs age.Mon-Fri from 8 to 8. 2 Hot meals, Lynn. J&L Construct 17 4tchgl.21-12-13 4739385. 1tpdl2-13
Experience In Ethnic hair care re- related Mental Health/substance 2 snacks. 964-6341. Ask for Debbie. CHG MILROII ARIA-2BR Mobile Home on t
quired. 964-4077. (Itchg) 15 Abuse/Residential exp.Shift differential ((4tohg) 17 This Hollday..LOSE WEIGHTFASTI acre. $50/w..k. $100 deposit. YARD SALESCHILDRENSClothlng
w/benefits.Starting salary:$7,000- PAINTING AND PRESSURE WASHING. pounds A Inches A still eat the foods 1-684-6634 or 479-3497.
See Union County $7,785. Deadline Deo. 17. Send resume Qualityworkataffordable prices.Free you love! Healthy product dev. by .tchgll.29/12.20 shoes, toys, adult
Classifieds Pg. lOB to Bradford-PutnanvUnion Guid- Estimates. Cole Contracting 964- famous Nutritional Scientists! Check lIR/IBA-Loke Hllkr..t.$350 per month. clothing bikes household Items.
ance Clinics Inc., P.O. Box 1177, 4111 after 5 p.m. (6tpd 7538)) charge. Call Kathy((612)323-2090. Call 473-4367 or otter 6 p.m. 475-9679. Saturday December 15. 8.30 to 4 p.m.
.I Stark. FL 32091. EOE dtcha) R.M. BROWNING MOBILE HOME 17 FCAN 2tpdl2-6-13.0003372 6917 Immokalee Rood. 1tchgl2-13
: TRAMPOLINES":I JUVENILE TASC CASE MGR. for MOVERS and set-ups Call 755-3753 A FACT: 52000 menAvomen have en- COTTAOI-On Lake Brooklyn. Call FOUR FAMILV-Gorage Sale. Appliances,
I Bradford-Putnam-Union Counties. for tree estimates. ((4tchg) 17 joyed calling the Christian Meeting 4734840. 2tpd 12.1320ON..UAUTIFUtSILYERLAKEnice maternity clothes, sporting goods,
"Factory Directs 'W ... .a I. "'Po*'rea:active cae'nigmvforuve-"t'] Svc.$2/mln.irS MAGICAL UNIQUE. .:2BR toys, household Items. Saturday
: "" *' Galvanized I: nile TAS Round ;
( J.I I and PrabatJOrtand .' ,,_ !-._ "()'qEAI'! CAtt:'NO'.I".'SEE'WtfYl'1- ,' tfl..::'SWtrft ancT" ski. 53rd Ipd)4v19.980e4aKR. w vna .-.;
lion and eduo.to Individuals other 900-786-7'10.24 hrs. 17 Street off 21 I. 4732440. INDOOR GARAGE SAll-Rockl I bottom
: $22995YearRound I I' agencies. Qualifications: BA in Human ANTIQUES/COLLECTIBLES. Trash or FCAN FURNISHED 2BR HOUSIon lake. $300. prices. Sat 912. Behind Monitor. Enterat
treasure? D and D Research will tell
I Services. Salary Range: per me. No pets. Call after 5 p.m. Plain 'n Fancy awning. 1tchg12/13.
: Lay-A-Ways 1250018500. Deadline Deo. 17. what yours la worth. Thinking of sellIng : 473-4265 1tpdl2/l3 HIGH RIDGI ISTATIS-6409 Beloit
I V' S M'P ,
? ? Other avail 1- .P $
We Repair and Replace I Send resume to BradfordPutnamUnion or buying vc. 1AKISIDB COTTAOE-IBR/1BA small Avenue. Dec 14 only. Follow signs from
900-535-4900 Ext 632. $2 min.
Mats I Guidance Clinics Ino.P.O.Box1177StarkeFL32091.EOE.ltchg screened porch large deck $265mo.and entrance. Still 4.1tpd12/13
V-Rims I 18 FCAN electric plus $100.00 depot) Call SATURDAY-DM 12. 8:00 a.m. Antique
: .Strapping Springs I ( ) OLD OAK WHOLESALE NURSERY & GOING HOMEI1091 ft Vagabond TT. 473-7299 or 473-2930. Itpdl2/13 English Armoire, snare drum VCR. TV
I EASY WORKf EXCELLENT PAYI! Assemble CRAFTS now open to the public. AC,awning,2dr(rig..rear walkaroundbed 2BR/II-1/2 basement on Lake Geneva. stereo tires, clothes. Keystone Mini-
: 755-0877 Weekdays products at home. Call forinformation Wholesale to all. in ,roof antenna much more.9700.
prices Specialists $300./mo.: 4734613. 1 tpd 12/13 Warehouse (1/8 mile west of Millers).
752-1999 Weekends : 504-641-8003, ext. cactus and succulents. Open Sam to See anytime at Whispering Pines 1tpd12/13
. . . . I 9579.pd( ck 63316) 15 6:30 pm Mon. thru Fri. behind Circle Trailer Pk. 3 mi. S. on 301. SUvke.Itpd LAKE COTTAGE Call on Lake Brooklyn In
Key.tonea. forlnfo.
473-4340.
WFeed.-itomRd.18W Off 100 f fgtchnlAFFORDABLE
( r. 7705) 19 PD
) (2tpd)13) PDWANTED CHILD/ADULT CARE

Ii 'R S1 IE BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES MATURE .LAOV-wlll care for elderly per.

: < .f son In her home or Ihol... Must be ambulatory.
i Fi uDf TO "iil T.H.E.APARTMENTS. RISPONSIBll-Party to take on small 473-0076. 2tchg 12.6.13

'.' BE YOUR OWN BOSSI! Wausau HomesIs monthly payments on piano. See local
Large or Small Loads of Llmerock c.1L expanding In your area. Dealership ly. Call Manager at 800-639-7611. AUTOMOTIVETRANSMISSIONSRebuilt '

avail. Investmt is secured In model 3tchg12-6-13-20 I i
Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer 922 E. Brownlee St.
new homes in the 20's.Don't pass this automatic ;
Camp Blanding Rd. opportunity up. Call for Info 813-678- HELP WANTED transmissions for most domestic cars
V
964-6102 '9645823t.r. M4..ot5.:':. Starke FL 32091 9390. (3tcfig) 20 CHGREPOSSESSED with 6 months warranty. $195 wi...- /
ASSIMBLERS-Excallent Income 10 assemble change. Ready to Install. 1-372-7607. (
I
964-7133 products from your home. Btchg 11-/1 2.27 .
VA 904-646-1700 Dept. P9429.
Cashier Receptionist 2 & 3 BR. family oriented, with & HUD HOMES 2tpdl2-13-2O.0003402. SERVICES "+
laundry & large playground. HONKY TONK PIANO PLAYER.for Sing-
Applications now being accepted for the position of FREE Electricity first month. available from a-lang on weekends at the White CAREER IN REAL BTATR-We Train. Wet-
Elephant Tavern.Call 473-3034 Ask for son Realty Corp. 473-4816 chg8/30 tin
Rent % of
cashier receptionist at our new Starke location. 3O your monthly government from $1
income if you qualify. Even or Ralph tpdl2-13 I BINGO I-Is held at Keystone-Melrose
Pleasant Working Conditions If you earn $3.35 per hr., 40 I Ibu. without credit check. American Legion' Post 202 an Hwy alan
a week: & have 3 dependents, Saturday night at 7 p.m. and on
Benefits your rent would be about $112 a You repair. Also S&L Sunday afternoons at 2 p.m.
month or$3.73 per day for day 3mos.pol O.4/12.20
A responsible person required. left in the month, for move-in bailout properties. Call R.N. Ready for a changein GOLD CREDIT CARD-S,000. Credit Line,

Call for Appointment' .after the first.Qualified Singles. Accepted.Moveto I 1-800-682-7555 ext. 1991 regardless Visa/Mastercard of credit.Guaranteed cash advances.no

18008212539REVELS cost can be as low as I IIO.OO'@r H-4021 for repo list security deposit. 1-900-99O-1IOO.S2S
$ ...- Full time position availablefor 4tpd11.29-12-2l.. 0003371
NATIONWIDE :RV SALES :,-- your area. compassionate person PIANO IEMONS-AII ages. Elaine Gauln.
!)INr"- ..
Eqiml Housing ."...., ,, with excellent assessment ,3.2a8.2tct912.6-13
NEED A CAII INTlI'.Call rr-e at
skills for Home Visitation 4737883. Quality work, residentialand
: SEIZED CARS with benefits commercial. FREE estimate* and
: : Salary or
S'nle
a
; consultations. 2tpdl2-6-13.0003424:
DOWN WITH DEEP I. ,'Y trucks 'boats 4 wheelers contract basis with salary PAINTINO-lnterlor or Exterior. Call Doug

potential to 44K Positions Burnett at' 4734060.

FRYERSEASE Motor'Homes motorbornes FBI IRS available immediately Call 3tpdl2-6-13-30.0003416 '
: by TREE WORK-No fob too large or too'
aridTravel Beverly for interview. small./ Free estimate. Call Fred or

'" Trailers DEA. Available your area 1-800-448-7753 Gary at 473-9641. 1tpd12/13

Subway, Sandwiches & ,Salads is taking Over'50 In Stock Call'805-682-7555 FLOOR SAQQIN.DOOR
for Restaurant Manag r: Are ;: now. DRAQQIN.HOUSE OUT OF
applications Upjohn LEVEL??laRue Levetng Service for>..
you self motivated? Do',you1:"communicate .WAS. .NOW ,ext.: C-3510 all your foundation repair 4737721.
TFN 17 CHG
well with others? If so we have a career New loaded Starcraft 10 tile hill 36' 110,800 78,888 HealthCare Services Union County CtouMtd Pt LOB il

opportunity for you. New Itasel 27' .

MMH.4uaI Ac,OeD ak; >l
Physical Therapy AssistantA Christmas
Some of the benefits include more 44,050 34,888 Ivlerry
'
Casual 18'-
Excellent salary & weekly MMH 76 ,Great for fishermen.7,900'WSportcrartU' 3,995 career opportunity of a Don't Let It Walt''

performance bonuses.., lifetime Excellent Call Bulldozing By Pate
MMH,Eturs class. 24,900 19,995
Extensive 1 on 1 training. salary and benefits -
Land
Paid health insurance.; Earn up to $40,000 a Clearing

Paid vacations. Starke, Florida Personal Root Raking a Septic Mounds t

301 year. .' Mobile Home Spotting Hauling
1540 So.

Come by 236 S. Temple Ave, (U.S. 301))', Across From KOA flexability hesitate- Don't Driveways Demolition- Roads Top Llmerock Soil

Starke FL anytime and make application., .. Excavation Ponds Clay
904-964-3000 Call Beverly. Site Preparation Fill Dirt

Site Planning Beach Sand

Subway The Fresh. Altai-native 1-800-448-7753 No Job Too BIG or Too --.

, That's My Way .RE''ELS'N. TIONWIDE: We Do It All

cw Upjohn Let Experience Your Guld..In Business Since 1975

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HealthCare Services ((904)) 475-2724

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Starke Residents Meet in Saudi


Glory and Johnny Jackson, everyone rode around on camels i ..-. FOR SALE FOR RENT
Starke, recently received a surprise and( our water was delivered by /
letter from Saudi Arabia, dated donkey cart), and this)time starting It 1'0.0 MO FRONT RUNNNINO GEAR 1 ACM SHADID LOT Septic tank and
November 14, from Nancy and Bob In 1980. AND CARRIER for Individual M..pwvIon. pow.r pole. Near Worthington Spring .
Ackerman, "residents of Saudi "We like the Saudi people and ::1 $200. Call Marty at 9646200.x1. *. Call 496-3709.' after 5 p.m. Itpd.
Arabia for nearly 17 years." would hate to see them surfer the 272 or 782-3966 altar 6:30: p.m. TFN. 12/6.
The Ackermans had invited same fate as the Kuwaitis.. We are PIANO FOR SALT Wonted: .....on.lbl. 3 BIDROOM f BATH MOBIll HOMI$225
daughter Hope Jackson and a friend, truly sorry that the United States parry to taka on small monthly' per ..eltchrg. ..e. d.p. Call
both servicewomen aligned to had to get so involved, but there payment on piano. Sea totally. Coll 496-3452.' 12/6.
Operation Desert Shield, to spend an doesn't seem to be any other wa'. manager at 800-635-7611. Stchrg.:
evening with them at the Ackerman We really appreciate Hope'II __ 1291213. NOTICELOSTVORKSHIRI
QUIIN SIZI WATERBED $75. Call
home at the Aramco Camp, "the sacrifices on our behalf.
Saudi Arabian Oil Co, the largest oil "Thank you for raising such a nice 496-1554" altar 6 p.m. 2tchrg. 11/29 TIRRIfR 1 mil. out of
company in the world, and the daughter, we hope that she is able to 12/6 Palford C229- Sunday 12-2-90 8 mo.
IP OAS HEATING SVSTIM 7X000 lTU
reason Hope la here, to keep the Iraqis return soon to see you." old. .,Iv.r and gray color, need
$175. Call 4963130. 2tchrg. 11/29
away. The letter was signed Nancy and 12/6. medication: or could dl. '"_. call
"This letter In just to send along Bob Ackerman, Dhanran 31311, 431-1o27.ltpd GETAWAY 12/6.
some pictures we took last night of Saudi Arabia. 1/1 PRICE CLUB MEMBERSHIP
Jackson in PERSONAL SERVICES R.V. Rental, 2 free day. before
your wonderful Hope and her Hope grew up here -rr- 1'x '
friend," the letter starts. Starke, graduated from Bradford t .rs January. Coll 496-2S55" anytime
"We had a great time" the letter High School in 1062 and went on to Will DRILLING AND If FTK TANKS Dor- HELP WANTED
continues "Mm.Jackson, we fell In Troy State College where she received man Wall and Scptk Tank Inc.- 34
love with your daughter. She Is absolutely a degree in Physical Education in Inch vrat.r _ll.. Pump- calm, Mrvlco -
the nicest and brI 1989. She was also commissioned a Installation septic tank, lift RN'S FOR ICU 7 p.m. to 7 a.m work 3
young lady we have met in a long, 2nd Lieutenant in the Army in October tatloni- N.w Installation, dralnfteld day per week.Get paid for 5 day. Excellent -
long time. She has a w '- nonsi- 1989, was stationed for a timeat r.palr.. Contact Bryan (Skoetor) pay and benefit.Call Bonnie or
ble job and has;the kind ,,. nail- Montgomery, Alabama, then at Jonm-275-2004- Jonn- 2752716. Kay at 904-259-3151 at Ed Fraser
.
ty and aptitude to handle it.' Fort Bliss, Texas before being sent After 6 p.m. State llean.....- All workguaranl.ed. Memorial Hospital Maccienny, Fl. EOE
"The two of us (Ackermans) have to Saudi Arabia In September, 1990, -free.dlmat.s,1/25 51pd. USDA-ASc$ now accepting: bid: thru
2/22 then/ tin December 21 for aerial
observation
been in Saudi Arabia for nearly 17 this year. L
: ILLS APPl1ANC15a1.a.. and Repair Ser flights In northeast Florida. For further
The Jackson reside at 942 Oak iL/
years. The first time from 1966 to -L
vice. Buy come, tell ome, fix come. Information call 496-3661 or write to 25
Street here in Starke.
,
when roads and
1972 there
were no
4962090. N.E. Itt St. lake Butler
TFN. 11/1. Fl 32054. 2tpd.
12/6. 12/13.

Hope Jackson in Saudi Arabia... YARD SALE
MOBILE HOMES
Ga \ Starke Lanes Hope Jackson loads up her plate at the home of Nancy and Bob Acker MULTI-FAMILY GARAGI SAII Sat. Dec.
man In Saudi Arabia,during a brief visit, recently.The Ackermans have 1 from 9 a.m.til 4:00' : p.m.on Hwy. 121 CLOSEOUT- 1990 14. WIDE $8995 or SI lo
spent nearly 17 years there, working In the oil fields for the Aramco Oil on left. First house behind Danville per month. Free Delivery with In 50
-.) Under New Ownership.J Co. Hope Is assigned to Operation Desert Shield. Church of Christ. Itpd. 12/13. mile*.Call 1-735-5114." Circle I Home..
Lake City Fl.
REAL ESTATES BANK REPOS 'Soy. thouiand. poor
BovIing & credit or very little credit needed we
con help. Call 17555114.. Circle B
; ,
II. i ACRI LOTS Paved road frontage hv
Homes take Fl.
Kids 10 an 'J ut ndet ;l; School News.. Southwest Union County. Owner fInan-, 4 BEDROOM. 190 City.88X70 with plywood
-.. ..... clng available, low Down Payment., floor, wood aiding) thlngle roof plus
Reasonable. Interest rate. ,Call ((904). ) free delivery and setup. $282.20/mo;
Adult Starts Jan. 7th ...Southside Elem 496.3509.4tpd. 12/13,1/3. Call 17555114. Circle B Home, lake
Single League Calendar of Events M,. Week's class visited the City Fl. 12/13.12/27
Florida Museum of Natural Historyto FOR RENT
Dec. 14 Countywide Basketball .
Other New Leagues Now FormingCall Tournament, Starke Elem. 9 a.m. see Dinomania. It was very
For special treat, stopin
rewarding. a
Dec. 17 B.M.S. Chorus visits 1-S BED a BATH MOBILE HOME $225 a HOUSE FOR SALE
and look at the
Room 11
by no.
( month with Call
grades 3-5) $125 Sec. Dep. night.
Dec. Kindergarten Field Tripto display of dinosaur fossils and rubb- and weekend.. 496-3452.2tpd. 13/13,
1501 E. CALL ST. Owner
for information 964-4233 GainesvilleDec. ings done by Mrs. Chandler's class. 1220.MOBILE.
18 Jan. 2 Christmas Mrs. Hobbs class has been reading HOME FOR RENT 2 or 3 bedroom Transfered.! Must Sell.Financing .
Holidays books for National Children'sBookweek. S130-S200 month, security Eve.*
Congratulations to our 50 Kazoo They have given awards 496-3715.' Itpd. 12/13. Available
to those they found to be special. ,
Band members for their excellent
1'\ performance in our Starke Mrs. McKinney's 1st grade has $69,900.
Christmas parade on Dec. 8. held many special activities and
: Good luck to our 17 youngsters honors. We decorated a pumpkinand
1475 S. Walnut St. 964-4705
We
At'At'S traveling to Starke Elementary to won a party from Taco Bell.
1 \ Deerfoot Shopping Center represent our school in the Countywide also won a popsicle party for the S or
labels turnedin. g
most
Campbell Soup
Basketball Tournament on 0
AI ,tIll d,1\' WalMart.PlazaiCe..II" Dec. 14.The A big thank you to the parents 964-2413
c. Starke YMCA will begin their after who helped us cook our Thanksgiving -
: school program on Jan. 2 In our lunch.
\ v1 Welcome to our new student
; school cafeteria. If you haven'tregistered
your child and wish to do James Smith. Congratulations to REPOSSESSED VA & HUD
so, please call Mrs Becky Reddishat Regina Thompson andd Rusty War-
the Vo-Tech. 964-6800 ext. 119. ren for improving the second six HOMES available from
weeks. Congratulations to terrific
kids, Brittany Ford and Melissa government from $1 without'credit
Mrs. Reddish's class is writing to Salvatore.Our .
; : ) >''< > ,,\< Kenneth Dewitt,a former SS student staff and students sends get check. You repair. Also;'S & L
; '\a in Saudi Arabia. Thanks to all well greetings to Mrs, Clarg!\'peSue. .
; \ 1,<; t parents who,.helped. with Kenny's; .' ..' "
I''i. ;\ : ,,.. package. ..i..r 11> Hurry' back soon! 't( I t ... _baiJo.UL12t tJe1.U: G _: I

"' "':Y; ',! 18056827655 ext. H-3659: for'" ,
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"?;2'piece Suits ShirtS :.f "" ] Service repo list your area.
'' g50 t ,\ ,"': 1' HcKnighf Repair
'or D. : :;,\Y .. ,','.'..ttt; ,,t

Laundered on Hangers Home Repair and Improvements SEIZED CARS, trucks, boats,


Wiring Plumbing 4 wheelers > motorhomes by FBI
0 e Roofing Tile
4' 'W IRS DEA. Available
964.8400 Flooring ConcreteYour your area

Hours: Same Day Service Complete Repair & Improvement Service now Call 1-805-682-7555 ext.

M.-F. 7-7 Sat 8.6 In 9
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WE DO IT ALL!! C-3130.


can 24 Hour Service Call

Hospice of North Central Florida
473-2236 473-O645
invites you to CHRISTMAS

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cau.+u 3 Miles North of Alachua

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In memory of a friend, a loved one or ,, 1 u Z arp f selectlon tai f Gard e r'l love Je:1!: rd Lounge.'SOIN.

to honor special in lifeA Christmas ,
a person your <* V; ..from $f.29"3.89." <" ,<< 4 : .

$5 or $15 donation to Hospice of North Central Florida purchasesa '_ I / 4' I" Christmas:: Cactus.; Great' t IP 3L 'Stake, Florida
holiday ornament with the of ... 'I :' S frft."":,"jr*< f.'>>?? P Stocking "
or an angel name your friend or loved $2g9 (
one and hung on one of the Christmas: trees on display in our area. 1 'x,).ffy."1:0:,:'y,0." t/ .:.;:;;ySlutfenl' "Where Music,and,Entertainment Abound
\
o Gaine.ville: Oaks Mall

o l Keystone Heights City Hall
D Starke F.rsl; Union Bank ? f 8*oaf Electric( Trmmert? ) $19. 9" TUASDATLADIES'

DChiedand WalMart I Soft teyahr 0e if er tl.1 QV Sx $A1.,1..99a ;
D Crescent City various locations J e ( $ _
.., I NV 117.IVWVNN1+1.ft M Yi11 /
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Your contnbutuion will help Hospice continue lo meet the need of ; x rxs
terminally ill patients and their families. ,I VrJ!

: GIFTS GffER. So--a,- : -. NTTEAnnouncing'the
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# ; weedaatar Eta Slower' t $3 +1
D YES! I want lo help continue services! (for the terminally ill $ # .CGpectliC,1Yflrtey181# : Arrival of

and their (amides. -Enclosed; is I my check (for' ;*1 / kS: a tp Spr y/ ;X29 : ;

__ornament ($5 each) angels ($15 each)
"DALTON GANG"Fri. ,.q

In honor.' or in memory of k

Donors name.yUdm e ja?. ., Dec. 14th Sat., Dec. 15th Tues.., Dec. 18th
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Pest Control
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Overall Poster Winner... -- -"

Overall winner In the: "Say No

To Drugs" poster contest.!..Danielle 4f
Tucker sixth grade at the Middle
(School, and daughter of Elaine and
rR.Aa Chuck Yon.

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Her poster which was not availablefor f
.1 the picture,was of a hone grazing }

In a pasture,Danielle said with a
desert and a tree In the background
and the hone saying,"I'd rather be
't r 1 1'c doing this than drugs."
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Jack Bailey, pictured with
Danielle, will again paint the posteron
a billboard just south of Starkeon liL f
U8-301. This Is the third year S.
Bailey Advertising has donated the "",. .
billboard for the "Say No To Drugs"
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I BHS Football Receives $200 Check. .

At left Dale Brown of Sawyer Gas and Bradford
participation the Sawyer-Tornado Football
Buy at Home in
Appliance of Starke
pictured with WEAC Report..a weekly coaches show that ran
Sports Director rry Vaughn; (Far Right) Wednesday evening daring the football season on Bradford CountyThe Chiropractic Center
presenting a check for 200.00 to Bradford High WEAC.The show,which Involved Terry Vangh and Starke-Bradford County O
Football Coach David Hunt(center). Coach Hone along with prof lie*on Tornado Chamber of Commerce U encouraging Starke Office
The check wa given to the Bradford Football player,wa sponsored by Sawyer Cud residents to patronize area merchants 218 S. Walnut St.
program In appreciation: for Coach Hone' Appliance and CX. this Christmas season and all
year round. Next to the Chamber of Commerce

The Chamber says, "Take the 964-4957
BAH out of Bah Humbug and BUY-
AT-HOME in Bradford County. PAIN ,
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"We have many fine stores in CONTROL
Bradford County who not only sell
Hospital AuxiliaryHas good quality, reasonable priced Headaches INJURIES
merchandise,but support community Neck elf;Arm Work Related
projects throughout the year. Mid Back o
Christmas Tea... Buying-at-home keeps your money Sports
working for you by supplying Jobs Low Back&Leg Personal

Mrs.Thelma Wise,center, and said Anita service Rink for, Chamber area residents.Director." ,sQ._., Auto AccidentsDR.

flanked by President Midge Frlck.' An gas prices and the cost of goods .W.DAVID SIKES
left and past president Rose rise, it makes good sense to save
Y y A Iii 1 McConnell,of the Bradford time and energy by shopping in CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN
Hospital Auxiliary,was receivedInto Bradford County with people you
THE TEAM APPROACH
the organization as an know and trust. Our retail merchants
are not only the heart of our r
honorary member at a ChristmasTea economy, but also our friends and CHIROPRACTIC CARE WHEN YOU NEED IT
for staff and employees family. 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK
Friday, December 7. The Christmas season, and every
ram season, remember BAH-BUY- 964-4957-24 HOUR BEEPER
4 ut AT-HOME in Bradford County!
+ Mrs.Wise Is long time memberof tfn g Office Hours:Mao.-FrL 8:30-6:00: : p.m. Sat By Appointment
r .rrf tits N the Auxiliary,but has become
confined to a wheel chair and
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Sign Up for rr" ( :M.3oUf.964!: l /::461 ra 111ent: =

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Santa Fe .,$99' "DOWN' 'y : 'f:.$35'''PER'.WEEK%>: + !: REPO SALE !

Registration is continuing daily '74 Dodge D-1OO Pick-Up r
from 10 till 4 at the An- $895
a.m. p.m. Good Work Truck #3716 r -
drews Center of Santa Fe Community = -
College in Starke for Spring Term '78 Pontiac Grand Prix $ = --
Classes beginning Jan.7. 95 -
Runs Good Dependable 3697 -
"Registration is going well," ac- C rw -
cording to Dr. Bernard J. McFad- '80 Ford Pinto S/W $1495 --
den Coordinator of the local college Nice and Clean #3704 y
Center, "but want to 4'c'O =
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everyone that there is only one more $1495 -
full week to sign up for classes,since Gas Saver #3676 = oo =
SFCC offices are closed from Dec.22 -- -
through Jan. a for Christmas vaca $199 DO"'INtiM1' P$40'PER.WEEKr -
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Jan. 7 to May 2. Runs Good #3722 -- -
For more Information, please call -
964-5382. 82 Ford Fairmont 1995 -- --
Nice Car- Runs Perfect #3668 -
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Gas Saver #3690 --
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'78 GT. Liftback -
FLORIDA Toyota $ -
Sporty Car Nice #3694 1895g -
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TWIN THEATREStarke { '$29.,DOWN ??J%. .t".:;$40'P.- .'"['WEEK''., ".. --

9648451fi2.5o.S.1 '83 Ford LTD $ w rr --
2495 1 .
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OPEN EVERY NIGHT I Nice and Clean #3701 $2495 -- --

Starts Friday, Dec. 14 -- -
84 Buick Regal -
Nice Looking Runs Great 3689 2695 rr -
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No Money Down!
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-SCREEN 2- Great MPO Runs Perfect 370O

CLINT EASTWOOD '83 Pontiac Parislanne $495 = Giant 46" 120 Watt TV's =

Great Ride Extra Nice #3248 =
Fisher
.CHARLIE SHEEN FISHER STEREO
U. '84 Buick LeSabre $3495 = G.E. TV G.E. r I
One Owner.- Like New #3397
:mp' I
$25.00 per mo.
ROOK m '85 Olds Delta 88 : Equeuz
$3495 'tut1ae'$54G9"'PbJ er
301 DRIVE-IN One' Owner Looks Oreat #34O1 :i: $1299 \ VCR's I

84 Ford T BirdNlceat
Starke 9647484Fri. $3695 ; :2 Head 4 Head =
One In Town 3441
Sat. Sun. I c Pay $50.00 per mo. Pay $50.00 per mo. $20.00 per mo. :f:
84 Buick Regal $3495 a


Double;DEATHWARRANT'Feature 'Extra Looks 85 Pontiac Nice New Clean Runs Good Lemans 3473 3456 $3695 IHOME ENTERTAINMENT CONCEPTS S



'84 Chevy Celebrity 3495 Center :
-Plus- Nice Family Car #3501 Deerfoot Village Shopping

FORCE 2It '85 Olds Cutlass Clara $3895 : Qt4- Q4t; '+'Pinancinr ( tlQ j le =
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i ) L H Outstanding

Students. t
4 t"r A breakfast was held on
12/6/90 for the 2nd dx week
perbdo 'Outstanding Studenh'.
These student were selected for
their dedicated. effortundaccomplahmentl
in the following
categories: attendance
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t punctuality appearance, attitude.
cooperation and initiative. From
err 4 front left: William PriceErline
c Ilagaa Carolyn Avineer. Back
left: James Casteel, Tammy
Baker. Nincy Williarm. Sandra
ay t,6 Hayes and Evelyn Crawford.


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I Front Dcbora Rothbcrg, owner and stylist;back loft to right:Beth Buabjr. -
Hair stylist and Janet Kemp,nail technician.



I The Boutique Now "DeBora 's TouchThe wrrl! l t I I Is



y es

Boutique has changed names front is currently undergoing a
and changed ownership. It's now major restocking with an eye to
"DeBora s Touch" owned by offering the type of beauty suppliesthe
DeBorah Rothbcrg. public wants. The line of itemswe i Fil Oii'r'lt1 5 sr4 f1 r 'sit
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"I purchased the business Dec. carry will evolve as we learn C
4th and have remained what customers want. We ,
busy making our ? ,'- s G.'abilaetSilllt>rto Illustration) {
several improvements and changes," intend to have several specials a
said DeBora "We're not finished; going on everyday, which will
but we have installed a bright and include cuts perms nails and
colorful tanning room and expandedthe tanning room memberships."
salon area to better serve the
beauty needs of our customers." DeBora s Touch is open at 417- ff 4u a>xslxi4si 'kp '< u;' ,;c44.>y'' s,<5 k> k4 '
\ "Our beauty supply store in the C Edwards Road in Starke FL S CurI4 <'"'sscv:" ? $ '

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holidays, Upjohn HealthCare

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; Home health care Is an excellent alternative
when people cannot fully care for
I themselves yet do not need to be In a
L hospital or nursing/ home They can en
|oy the comforts of home and family
while receiving the care they need, oftenat
care a cost far below that of institutional l i ,44:1!:

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Each year, thousands of people receive ) '
care at home from Upjohn HealthCare -
r l Services Our services help elderly ii
/ oeople who want to stay home to maintain
their Independence. We also help
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.. people who have long-term Illnesses
those recovering. from surgery and many S o rip ;sk554
others. We provide nurses, home health S t S y r
\ aides, homemakers and companions.

If you or someone you love needs
home health care, call Upjohn HealthCare -
Services. We're the nation's leading
private provider of home health earn

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HEALTHCARE 1-800-448-7753 I 'a ,
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