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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
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November 30, 1989
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Much colder weather Is in store for the weekend with Hard Nw. . . . .. 1.3A
temperatures plummeting into the twenties by Sunday morning. Editorial. . . . ... ...4At
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Club will hold its annual FSU vs ,
Florida pep. meeting at the KOA :

Banquet Room t i Assessment?
Thursday, Nov. 30, at 7 p.m. :
Special games are planned. .' :t' )W
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Gene Pullen will be the speaker. ;(S by Buster Rahn funds last year. 'I hat boo-boo was
made in Tallahassee Farnsworthsaid.
leT Staff WriterStarke ,
Starke Gators... 1 1r 1rtl .
commissioners left the
The Starke Gator QuarterbackClub !I .". door open for a compromise in signing "State mandates are killing the
will meet at Bradford County the city-county interlocal agree- small counties," Farnsworth said,
Fairgrounds, Thursday, Nov. 30, ment, suggesting a reduction in the echoing statements frequently made
with a social hour beginning at 6:30 JI." $100 special assessment might be by county commissioners. If the
p.m., followed by a covered dish more acceptable. county doesn't pay for mandated
dinner at 7 p.m. Speaking for Bradford County programs, the State deducts the I
commissioners, CPA Pat Farn- amount from future revenue sharing
sworth financial advisor to the funds.
Clay County... .... ',, board, provided extensive informa- On several occasions, citizens objecting -
The public is invited to an tion on preparation of the county to the special assessment
organizational meeting of concerned budget and how figures for the have advocated refusing to pay for
taxpayers of Clay County at 7 special assessment were determined state mandated programs. The state
p.m., Thursday, Nov. 30. The in a joint workshop, Monday, policy of withholding funds
meeting will be held in the Clay Nov. 27, with Starke commissioners.It discourages counties from cutting
County Public Library Meeting was the first and most com- programs.Farnsworth.
Room, 403 Ferris St., Green Cove Christmas prehensive release of information in cited Union County as
Springs. ComesTo the on-going saga of selling the $100 an example of a county refusing to
special assessment to the Starke fund mandated programs, saying its
Benefit Dinners... Starke... council and to the public. County commissioners had to meet with the
Worker hay. boon thus and other state officials to
Smoked chicken dinners will be busy commissioners brought their big governor
sold for $3 per plate, Friday, Dec. wook putting Christmas decoration guns, both CPA Farnsworth who work out an agreement to get
1, from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The up on US-301 and around carried the ball Monday night, and revenue sharing funds flowing
benefit will be held adjacent to the downtown. Orange Park Attorney John again.
Kopelousos, for the meeting. To the charge that county growth :
Handy Way Convenience Store on Th. annual Christmas porado,
and increased assessments should
East Madison St., across for the poniorod by the Chamber of Kopelousos has told commis-
Starke Power Plant.. Funds are being Commorco, I* pet Saturday, D.c. sioners they cannot assess incorporated fund the need for additional revenue, I
Farnsworth said the $6 million in
without interlocal
areas an
rasied for Joshua McRee. 9. Soo moro Information: blow
agreement. It is too late to increasethe new construction last year produced
Mr*. loui. Ward' yard I I. millage rate this year; the bills about $40,000 new revenue. The $40
Awareness Day... docoratod a. usual on the cornor have been mailed. million In increased asessments was

All day Saturday, Dec. 2, at of Pratt and Orange Str. ts. For The joint workshop in the Starke offset by rolled-back millage. While
the uninitiated, It'. difficult to individual
Raiford Community Center. city hall was scheduled at request of the taxpayer with a
Chicken pilau and smoked chicken! doicrlbo; you'll hay. to ... It tobollovo Bradford Commissioners in order substantially higher assessment will

plates, $3. Gospel music and public It. that the two boards could discuss the pay more taxes, the home owner
speaking, politicians invited. All It'* also worth a rldo-by at issue without input or questioning by with no increase in assessment, or
proceeds go for the fight againstthe night to .oo what the ladles at the general public. While workshopsare only a moderate amount, may pay
tri-county landfill at Ellerbee Torwlllogar Ford hay. done with open to the public, discussion is less ad valorem axes, Farnsworthsaid.
Curve. the showroom; the moll confined to principals with no motions Overall the county will receivethe
fla.hlnlllght. and the golden made or votes taken. Any ac- same amount in ad valorem
4-H Club News... Christmas t,.. are beautiful at tion agreed on in a workshop must taxes as it did last year but the cost I
night be implemented in a regular or will be redistributed among tax-
Green Acres 4-H Club will spon- City worker put up docora special meeting, where the public is payers through changes in ,
sor a fund raiser Saturday, Dec. 2., tlon this wook. Above, oloctrlcal allowed input.At assessments. I
on the Community State Bank ,t worker. Tommy DwayneHardon the end ..of' this week's, Commissioners have rolled back -,
. Parking Lot.Beginning. I t' tI Mike Tlornoy. and J.W. workshop, county commissioners millage for the past" three years,
, at 1 p.m., the club will aJr I Whittle, check out the light on agreed to review the county budget from 7.9 mills in 1987-88 to 7.78 mills I
be selling barbecue plates of l 1 the city Christmas t'aa Wednei- with a "sharp pencil," and return in 1988-89 to 6.53 mills in 1989-90. 6.53 I
chicken or pork for $3 each. day morning before *ottlng It up next Tuesday night for further mills equates to $6.53 in taxes for
This is the club's annual fund In the parking lot across from city discussion with the city council. each thousand dollars in property
raising event. hall. At loft, Whittle and Allan There were no promises made by value.
Smith put up a wreath on eno of either side.Farnsworth.
I the antique streets light Computations...
BHS Tutorial Program...
downtown. Speaks... Farnsworth said commissionersused
The first session of the BITS < Farnsworth explained how- the 9,000 taxing units in the countyas
"After School Tutorial Program"will t s 'net t' commissioners got into the present a base for the assessment, and
begin Monday, Dec. 4. Any situation by "historically being con- experience of 80 percent I
BHS student with a grade of "F" in servative in estimating revenues collection rate to determine the :
English or Math for the second six Christmas Set Dec. 9 and expenditures." amount of revenue the special I
weeks may attend the Tutorial Pageantry Underestimating revenues and assessment will generate. Using
Program.Registration. holding expenditures within the that formula the county will raise
will be held in the By Joe Glfsy, BCT Staff Wrllor confusion for them, only one live Santa will be permitted. estimate created a fund balance fora approximately $720,000 with the
BHS office Thursday and Friday, The 1989 Christmas Parade is set for Saturday, Dec. Everyone in the parade must have a sufficient rainy day, Farnsworth said but plan.Funds.
Nov. 30 and Dec. 1, 7:45: -8-15: a.m., 9, beginning at 10 a.m. number of adults participating to supervise and be "it has been raining for the past 3-4 raised by the special
and 3-3:30: p.m. Participants will line up at 9 a.m. on North Water responsible for the float or group. Please consider the years, depleting the surplus, assessment are earmarked for jail
For additional information, call Street behind the Florida Pest Control facing south distance of the parade route when deciding sometimes referred to as "carry- operation budgeted at $545,372 and
Myrna Hurse in the District School toward Call Street. limits of the children who may be walking. The parade over" by county officials. Last year EMS (Emergency Medical Ser-
Office 9646800. The parade, with a new route this year, will begin at route will be approximately 3/4 of a mile. the budget was balanced by ex- vices), budgeted at $308,765. EMS
10 a.m. and will turn west from Water St. onto Call Following the parade, a program will be held in the hausting the "carry-over funds," collects only 38 percent of the
BP Clinic... Street, cross the railroad to Thompson Street, turn Santa Fe parking lot, sponsored by the Santa Fe Com- about $1 million.Farnsworth amount billed.
There will be a free blood south (left) on Thompson, cross Madison (SR-100) to munity College Andrews Center. has been telling com- Director of Emergency Services
clinic in the lobby of South Street. It will then turn west (right) on South St. The program will last about two hours and will missioners for years that deficit Cliff Chapman said a large percentof
pressure Bradford Hospital, Tuesday, Dec. to Walnut. Turn north (right) on Walnut St. to MadisonSt. feature the High School Band, the Senior and Junior financing would "catch-up" with its ambulance runs are for t
5 1-3 ., west on Madison St. to Court St., north on Court St. Youth Choirs of the First Baptist Church a play them, but the warning went unheeded Medicare and Medicaid patients,
p.m.First to Call St., east on Call to Walnut, north on Walnut to presented by the drams class of Dr. April O'Connell of until the surplus ran out. which only reimburses EMS a small
Jefferson and/or Jackson Streets, where the parade Santa Fe Communtiy Collcga and a smg-a-long of Farnsworth said actions of prior amount, and for indigents who can
participants may disperse in any of three directions.The Christmas Carols. Santa will be on hand for pictures years caused the county to dig itself not pay anything. EMS must
Baptist... Christmas theme for the 1989 parade is "A with the kiddies, and carriage rides will also be into a deeper and deeper hole, untilit transport patients regardless of \
The First Church of Christmas in the Country." Awards will be presentedto available. has reached the bottom of the bar- financial situation Chapman said
Starke will hold Baptist a dedication ser- the top three floats using this theme. Only entries of- Deadline for all parade entries is today (Thursday, rel, and now commissioners are The two budgets to be funded by
vice for the newly constructedthree ficialy entered as floats will be judged. Judging will be Dec. 7). For entry forms or information, contact the "forced to take a look" at the coun- the special assessment total
story Fellowship Hall- done on Water Street promptly at 9 a.m. Chamber of Commerce, 964-5278, 202 South Walnut ty's situation. $854,137, considerably more than an-
Education Building, Sunday, Dec. This parade is mostly for children and to not cause Street, Starke. Two years ago, the county lost all ticipated revenues, which may
federal revenue sharing money. cause more problems before the end
10.There State revenue sharing funds for the of the year.Farnsworth.
covered dish
will be
lunch in the new a Fellowship Hall at Carter Heads CommissionVeteran county. decreased by $159,000 this provided informationnot
$ year.Farnsworth considered in public forum
noon, followed by a dedication ser-
said the basein
a.a a.. property earlier: There were 589 arrests in
vice and open house. Several Commissioner Maxie Carter succeeds Commissioner North Florida is not sufficient to the city of Starke last year,
former pastors will be here to Carter Jr. was elected chairman of Wilbur Waters as chairman, who carry the load. "The property tax in generating 4,779 Inmate days,
celebrate the occasion. the Bradford County Commission ata said he was ready to relinquish the Bradford County is not growing in costing the county approximately
Everyone is invited. Nov. 22 reorganization meeting. gavel.The. relation to demand for services," $152,928 at $32 per man per day. 45
Commissioner Joe Riddick was board also rehired the appoin- Farnsworth said. percent of all arrests in Bradford
named vice-chairman. The usual tive county employees, except the Ad valorem taxes fund only some County were made in Starke.
BHS Q-back Club... practice is for the vice-chairman to county attorney position, held now 21 percent of the county's General City Councilman Travis Woods
a succeed to the' chairmanship the by attorney Reggie Flynn, was left Fund, with the balance coming from asked how much money will the$100
The BHS Quarterback Club will following year.Chairman open for the time being. revenue sharing and other avenues, special assessment! raise in the city
sponsor: the annual football ban- Carter is starting his Reappointed were Road Depart- Farnsworth said. To make matters of Starke? Farnsworth said Starke
quet, Thursday, Dec. 14, in the Na- 13th year on the commission. The ment Superintendent J B. Crawford, worse, the county must return has 2,672 taxing units..Applying! the
tional Guard Armory on Edwards Max)* Carter Jr. three term commissioner has servedas Zoning. Director and Solid Waste $50,000 to the state this year as resultof
Road. Dinner at 7 p.m. chairman three times, in 1979, overestimating revenue sharing/ (see Assessmentp.2A)
Tickets must be purchased priorto Chairman of County CommlMlon 1982 and 1985. (see Carter..p.2A)

Friday Dec.l. Members, $9.50,

cheerleaders non-members,,coaching$12. Athletes staff,, to Clerk's Iii

managers guests, will cheerleader attend no sponsorsand charge. GrandJury Investigate Lawtey Pay ,

Upcoming... by Busier Rahn Robinson- drew a check for $520 in' ordinance that precludes her runn Following the council meeting, "That's h'opw much Hunt" of her. 1
BCT Staff Wrltor lieu of taking a vacation. : running as a write-in candidate Rosier asked Davis Monk Farn- She is a fine, fine city clerk Harris
Public meetings scheduled in the Was $1,054 paid to Lawtey Clerk Mayor Marvin Rosier says the city Robinson escapes paying the sworth and Co., city auditing firm to told The Galnetvllla Sun. ,
coming weeks are: Queenle Robinson property council did not authorize any of the $806 qualifying fee. make an audit of payroll records.The The clerk's salary was raised $50
Starke Zoning Board meeting authorized? payments, and contacted the State, Mayor Rosier said payment for audit report was dated Sept. 1, per week,from$260 per week to$310
set-for Thursday: Nov. 30, at 7 A Bradford grand jury Is to meet Attorney's office for an Investigation. overtime came to his attention some 1989, and submitted to the Lawtey per week, the first of July. Council City Hall.'BradforCommissioners. Dec. 15 to decide if the salary was Mayor Rosier also wonders three months ago when Lit Phillips, council. members were raised 50 percent,
will authorized or if the City of Lawteyhas how the 28-hour work week for Clerk' labor foreman told him, "Robinson The audit report has been turned from $150 per month, to $225 per
hold its regular meeting Monday, been defrauded, according to Robinson was set;i he doesn't recall, is drawing overtime." Asked wherehe over to State Attorney Len Register month and Chief of Police M.M. Jor-
Dec. 4, at 9:30 a.m. in the Cour, State Attorney Len Register.. it coming before die council. got his information Phillips and Is expected to be presented next dan recieved a $75 per month salary
house Clerk Robinson drew four checks The checks were signed by Councilwoman replied, "Sylvia told me." week to a Grand Jury, empaneled Increase Mayor Rosier said..
Lawtey city council will meet between June 9, 1989 and July 28, Laura Harris, chairmanof Sylvia Williams works in the city earlier this month for this purpose.
Rosier he
Monday Dec, 4, at 7:30: p.m., in city 1989 for overtime pay, in addition to, the Finance Committee, who is clerk's office and has access to city Attorney Register said, "We will Mayor said opposes the
hall. her regular wages of $260 per week. authorized to sign checks, but does records. let the Grand Jury determine raises that were in given during a
tarke council will meet Tuesday, The four checks and. overtime hours not have the authority to approve Rosier said he immediately went whether this was just a case of council meeting which both
Dec. 5, In city hall, at 7:30 p.m. are: overtime or pay for vacation time in to city hall /and asked Sylvia miscommunication as to what her Rosier and Commissioner Buster
County Commissioners will meet June 9, 55 hours,"$510.40 lieu of days off. Williams about the overtime checks,' rate of pay should have been or If Bennett were absent.. Commissioners Bill
with. the city council at 8:30 p m June 23, 22.5 hours, $208.80 Robinson was quoted as saying the but Williams denied., knowing, there were some Intent, to defraudthe granting the raises and were Harris.
Crouse Emmett Bright
Hampton city council will meet June 30, 22.5 hours $208.80 allegations are fabrications and a anything about them. city." ,
Tuesday, Dec. 12, at 7 p.m., in. city July 28, 9.5 hours, $127.96The political ploy to prevent her re Rosier raised the issue In the next Harris was quoted as saying she Rosier says it now costs more than
hall., first three checks were com- ,lection. : council meeting, he Mid, but none of does not believe that Robinson will $500 per week in salaries to operatethe
Brooker city council will meet puted at $9.28 per hour," and the Robinson, whose term'expires at the council:: numbers,including Harris be found guilty of any wrongdoing.. clerk's office.
Brooker itsclerk's
Tuesday. Dec 12. ;at 7:30, : p.m., ,In fourth check was computed at $13.47 the end of the year Is running as a acknowledged having any information but if the city clerk is found to have In contrast, time operates two
city hafJ. hour. write-in candidate. She lives outside about the' checks being taken money she should not have; office as a part job,

per T'rior to the fo"*mrp"fimo checks. the city, but officials cannot find an drawn. fine will help. Robinson to py It hack. days a week.


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I Door Opening for Compromise on Assessment Fee. from page 1A I

80 percent collection rate, Starke everyone to pay something. It's a Mayor Vernon Silcox said "Com titles bu a will be a better citizen if can be levied by county commis-
residents will pay 213780. way to let everybody put a little bit, missioners realize that I recognize pat the question 0'mantes pays a little tax." sioners,under the state constitution.When .
Woods lectured county commissioners on the table." they have a need. We have to find a ballot next year. "The i 1 continued, "I want Brad there were no more ques-
for lack of foresight, saying solution in such a way that the coun- worked hard to get the County to be able to raise all the tions by Starke council, and discussion
they should have raised taxes in Woods opened the door for a possible ty can pass the one cent sales tax fora mandates" Silcox said. it needs, not what it would had slowed Attorney
prior years." compromise by asking, "Can the new jail." Mayor Silcox reminded to have." Kopelousos thanked the council for
Farnsworth responded, saying, county reduce the $100 assessmentto commissioners that requests Joe Riddick, who allowing the commissioners to meet
The commissioners were reluctant'' possibly $15 and $50? Woods was Silcox was referring to a one cent ditional personnel must be said he will resign before levy- with them.
to raise taxes before they had to." referring to the breakdown of the sales tax that counties may imposefor times, saying the city had 10 mills,said lake-front property "We got your message. We'll
Commissioner Maxie Carter, Jr., $100 special assessment which is new construction with voter ap- for four new positions this have been hit hard with return to the drawing board and giveit
has stated on several occasions that divided between the two entities,$30 proval. A number of people have ad- turned them down. doubling and tripling. another shot. We d like to come
the board felt it was unwise to raise for EMS and $70 for jail operation. vocated the one cent sales tax, not approved two new deputies back before you, after we look at the
taxes as long as the county budget realizing that the tax cannot be im- new police cars for the consent Riddick suggestions you have made here
could be posed for funds, nor can it this gives said.
balanced with"carryover" operating fice year, costing tonight, Kopelousos
Farnsworth said the could rebutting the that the
funds. county be imposed without voter approval. ly 100000. theory
probably survive for one year with of homeowners do not sup-
the reduced amount but you're look Commissioners have said in prior When the county budget the assessment. Mayor Silcox said "Come back
John Kopelousos special counsel ing at a 10 mill cap next year. meetings they wish to retain the one prepared, a contingent of said a majority of the peo- next Tuesday" night (Dec. 5)) at 8:30:
for the county expressed the com With the assessment, Starke cent sales tax option for constructionof from the Southeast he has talked with favor the p.m. The first Tuesday in
missioners philosophy by saying, residents will pay $213,760 a new jail in the next 3-5 years. county (Santa Fe Lake assessment in lieu of higher December is a regular meeting
"60 percent of the homes in Bradford distributed among households.\ If The tax will raise approximately petitioned for additional ge. night for the Starke Council.Since it
County are tax exempt under the the assessment is withdrawn and the $500,000 per year requiring the selling coverage, saying they 10 mill cap is going to cause regularly meets at 7:30: p.m.,Mayor
$25,000 homestead exemption in the county goes to 10 mills,40-50 percentof of bonds with sales tax funds little for their tax money. lake dwellers to lose their Silcox plans to get routine mattersout
state constitution. You have people Starke homeowners will\carry the pledged, to build the $3-$5 million Responding to the ," Riddick said. of the way in the first hour,clearing
paying absolutely nothing. whole load and pay $267,000 in ad facility. philosophy, Silcox said, term "10 mill cap" refers to the deck for discussing the In-
Assesssments provide a way for valor'em taxes, Farnsworth said. Silcox said the Florida League of everyone should rny tr ll maximum ad valorem tax that terlocal agreement once more.

I' 2- ___i Local science'e Get MiniGrantsDaniel I

: ::-::-' Twelve mini-grants $499.96. Smith, SS media center
Bradford teachers were Schmidt,A special education director, science equipment
Monday Nov. 27in a at BMS, classroom equip- stimulators, $448.
Chapter II Coordinator for hands on use, such as Gail Cook, Brooker Elementary
....... 'IMF Hurst and Supt. Jim wolves, etc., $456. kindergarten teacher a singing and
Jr Faye Blackshear. fifth reading project $394.
Supt. Duncan set aside $ teacher at Southside Elemen Virginia Walkup 8th grade math
the mini-grant program and Lanier Clyatt, physical teacher at BMS, two computers for
,t ? ; outside judges to avoid teacher at SS, enhancing her class, $414.
k riiyt .. Each grant was limited to$ skills through video and Donna Gruen, special education
some were less so 12 were technology, $500. teacher at SE, engergy awarness
laid Coordinator McLeod and Patricia project, $238.
manages the Chapter II both first grade
which is federally funded at Starke Elementary, Lisa Buxton, 3rd grade teacher at
ed 32722. Those thinking skills through Lawtey Community School Handson
I 'V ; previously gone to pay activities in science $389. Math, $500. It is the second year
salaries and provide basic equipment such as magni Ms. Buxton has won a grant.
the mini-grant program glasses for elementary Geraldine Griffis, a teacher in the
last year. they said. Drop Out Prevention Program at
Clayton, special education Vo-Tech special education instructor -,
yfM: All instructional at BMS a laser for learning videos to open discussion and
v'c a lit invited to write a grant This will replace stolen com notebooks for students to keep logson
Hurst. 41 grant equipment she said. $490.
r submitted and 12 awarded. Gastmeyer BHS,
s Supt. Jim Duncan congratulatedthe
+ pients were: and
enlarging equip-
grant winners at a meeting of the
Frank Abdulla middle for the newspaper classes,
recipients Monday morning.
science instructor a mobile! '
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These Bradford education Instru..tors were awarded Second row: Virginia Walkup BMS and Lisa Bux
mini-grants up to $500 for their classroom use. ton, LCS, the only two-time winner.
They are (l-r): Third row: Elizabeth McLeod, SE; Patricia Wainwright -
First row: Frank Abdulla, lUIS; Anna Clayton SE, and Supt. Jim Duncan.
B.MS: : Bobbie Faye Blacksheor. SS, and Geraldine Fourth row: Lynn Gastmeyer BHS; Dan Smith SS,
Griffis. Vo-Tech. and Chapter II Coordinator Myrna Lou Hurst. Chr'l, EJ'! : ; 'PJy'iquih' :, \', :'D'o'cl"ge : :'Dd ge' ,T'r'ucks' '
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Maxie Carter Gainesville..There is no Gainesville says Jimmy

from page 1A Committee appointments made by Chairman Carter: finance health Strickland.

Director Darrell O'Neal, Communications Chairman Carter are: and courthouse. .
Engineer Jerry Thompson -- ''"Commissioner Ross Chandler fire Commissioner Joe Riddick: communications Terwillegar, Your.Home rTown Dealer, ",.;: "x9 "?,. ;
Emergency Services Director and rescue!and emergency services. mosquitocontrolcsolid! !
Cliff Chapman, Surveyor Pat Welch Commissioner E.L. (Nook) Nor waste. and, _zoningr.y-..,:------"_ Z'-"": -.:;:: .r=Guarantees to \3G iA ;.TJE. NyWHEKEl\ \;J 9rfTCome
the certified public accounting firm man, road department, a reappointment A drive out of town could be
of Davis. Monk & Farnsworth, and and considered the hottest job Commissioner Wilbur Waters: very expensive.
county engineer Jerome Kelley. for a commissisoner.library, agriculture, and recreation. .
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Safe Stolen See..A1189's in Stock
From StoreThe

safe was removed from the []
JR Food Store at the Bradford-Clay
county line sometime after the store $10000
closed at 11:30 p.m. BELOW FACTORY INVOICE
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Tuesday Nov. 28, at 6 a.m. they WRAP THIS ONE UP FOR
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I New Year's School Budget "In Fairly Good Shape"The

89-90 school district budget spending carefully, said Supt. Dun- agree to levy two mills of property $58,684,to Robert Kelly Construction library are affected at at HE. In the $3,000, with $2,600 needed.
"...Is in fairly good shape," Die tax for three years.Union County us- Company on the $599,000 project at spring the schools won't be affectedtoo
Bradford School Board was told Chairman Jimmie Scott,an ed this method of funding several Southside Elementary enlargingthe much by going without air Agreed to try out In a small .\
Monday night, Sept. 27, by Supt.Jim accountant, said: "I'm pleased that years ago to build a $S million mid administrative building and adding conditioning a few days Supt. Dun school a new concept by hiring a
Duncan. the budget wasn't.- u, but it should dle school with an Investment of a wing of six new kindergarten can said. A long project is not anticipated company to supply toiletries to
$162 million had to be cut from the serve as notice tent next year we $270,000 in property taxes. classrooms. The walls\ are boar, Duncan said. school restrooms. In a carefully
state budget but education funds should use" some type of fiscal Supt. Duncan also told the boardhe Supt,Duncan told the school Both the HE and BE project and worded presentation Mike Reddish
were not cut, Supt. Duncan said. restraint. will participate In the Chief Ex- Was told a $104,000 contract has the LCS project are being done with director of purchasing and
State officials are using the $162 School Briefs... ecutive Officer's Seminar In North been let to add restrooms to Lawtey funds from the 1.5 mills of discre- warehousing suggested that a com-
million reserve fund In the Florida tionary taxes levied by the school offered
Carolina In early January. Supt. Community School, a long-awaited pany has to provide larger
Lottery to make up the three percent In other action, the school board: Duncan said he is currently project.Plus, the driveways at LCS board, Supt. Duncan said. paper pro
state deficit. Was told by Supt. Duncan that he undergoing 20 hours of psychological are to be paved, perhaps during the Promised no less monetary voiding soap container and hand
Had education funds been cut the has been appointed to serve on the testing in preparation for the spring break.'Approved. assistance to three BUS students going towel containers so they won't have
Bradford district's share would have Special Facilities Construction Ac- seminar. plans to put new roofson to a Congressional Leadership to be refilled as often, an advantage
amounted to $108,000, Supt. Duncan count Committee, which allows "It's kinda interesting whenthey're Brooker and Hampton elemen- Council meeting In Washington,D.C. to the custodian. The company
said. small counties to build school working on your mind, tary schools and to replace the air- BHS student Richard Wolf said he, would supply the containers and the
The Bradford district, operatingwith building with mostly state funds if Supt. Duncan said. conditioning system at' Brooker Danika Richardson, and Kim school board would buy the supplies
a slim reserve must watch its th! co"ntt*., or .""

    I Big Election Set December 5 in Lawtey, 10 Running I

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    by Buster Rahn resigned from the city Police name will not appear on the ballot cilman Bill Crouse failed to qualify as an opponent. Scott,62, has served The council attempted to pass an
    BCT Staff Writer Department to enter the race.Tillot- but must be written in if one wishesto for the seat,and is now running as a 23 years on the council, and five emergency ordinance to keep out-of-
    Lawtey voters go to the polls Tues- son has been certified under the voter for her. Robinson lives out- "write-in" candidate. Crouse Is be- times as mayor. towners from running in city elec-
    day,Dec. 5, to vote on 10 candidates Florida police statndards law since side the city. ing contested by two black can Buster Bennett, 62, a 16-year tions, but was unable to muster the
    running for five offices. In three council races,only Mayor didates. Evelena Kitties and former veteran is opposed by newcomer necessary four votes required to
    It's a big election. Chief of Police 1974.City Clerk Queenie Robinson is Marvin Rosier,Group, escaped Mayor Robert Scott. Delbert Jordan, brother of Chief of pass the measure as an emergency,
    M.M. Jordan, a 28-year veteran, is qualified as a write-in candidate viaa position Former mayor and veteran com Police M.M. Jordan. leaving the town wide open for
    being challenged by his assistant of petition, and is challenged by The council currently has a white missioner Robert Scott, beaten last Lawtey officals cannot find an ordinance anyone to run In the city election.
    6V4 years Captain W.E. (Bill Tillot- newcomer Earl Barber, the son of 4-1 majority. After the election, the term by incumbent Bill Crouse, that prohibits persons living Lawtey has 370 registered voters,
    son, who lives across the street just Bud Barber,and a college graduate. council will retain its white majority qualified for the Group 3 seat, and outside the city limit from qualifyingand 201 white and 169 black, according to
    outside the city limits. Tillotson, 44, An s writn-ln rnnrtlHofo PoMn.Ati'. but may become 3-2, since Coun- piclfdup newcomer Evelene Kitties running in the city election. the Bradford County elections office.

    I Bradford Zoning Board Tables Four Items at Recent Meeting I,

    by Buster Rohn The four requests drew only a gasoline pumps. Sylvester has requested a zoning ing services and sales of farm pro- quest was tabled when O'Neal' stated
    act Staff Writer dozen or so people to support or op- The Hankerson request was held change from residential to RO ducts. the property was not properly I
    The Bradford County Zoning pose petitions, but none testified. over from October, since the applicant (Rural Open), to allow the house to Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal posted.The sign was too far from the
    Board faced an agenda with four requests The meeting lasted about an hour. has not furnished the zoning office be used for a sales office or similar said the owners had sought to road, O'Neal said.
    to rezone, Tuesday, Nov. 28, with complete Information, and type facility.Sylvester transfer title to the church: but were Cooper said the sign has been
    and tabled each one as it came up, The Requests... did not attend either the October or called the zoning office unsuccessful. It may be transferredlater. relocated, but would not have been
    for varied reasons. All four request were seeking to November meetings.! and requested his petition be tabled, in place 15 days prior to the board
    since he would be unable to attendthe
    rezone residential property to other O'Neal said the Adventist Churchis meeting.
    Three failed to show categories. The request was tabled with the meeting. in a non-conforming zoning status, O'Neal said the Infraction may
    petitioners stipulation that Hankerson will haveto since a special exception has never cause the property owner some problems
    up, but failure to show doesn'tnecessarily The board agreed to table the re-
    been Churches allowedin
    pay for re-advertising the request. sought. are later on, and suggested the
    preclude the board'staking quest, with the understanding that residential classifications but are zoning board consider tabling the re-
    action. The fourth parcel was Benjamin Hankerson, whose property Sylvester pay for the required re- exception.
    required to get a special until next month.
    is on NW 25th Ave, between Walter Sylvester, an out of town
    not and tabled
    properly posted was advertising.
    Robert Cooper, an out of town property Cooper said the timing Is not im-
    until next month. SR-16 and Brownlee Road, in the property owner, seeks to rezone a JoAnn Glisson and Faye Matheson 1
    There old house
    owner was represented by was an on
    Grove requested the 8 miles south of Starke, the portant.
    Pleasant area, plot on
    requested the rezoning of lot -
    adjacent Clarence Cooper, his father. the property that has been razed,
    of lot from Residential west side of from the
    rezoning a US-SOil across to the Seventh Day Adventist
    Cooper requested a zoning change leaving a and septic tank.
    The will hold CommercialNeighborhood pump
    county zoning board Mobile Home, to Griffis Gas bulk plant. A new two
    Church on SR-100W from Residential -
    from Residential said his wanted the -
    Single Family, to Cooper son option
    its December the after
    meeting day ,for the establishmentof story house was recently built on the to RO,for holding church related of mobile home the
    Residential, Mobile Home, for 3.25 putting c. on
    Christmas, Dec. 26.
    Tuesday, convenience lot.
    a store without activities holding classes, counsel- acres on Edwards Road but the re- property, but may never do so.

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    distraught mother wondered ,
    why she hadn't been notified that her
    daughter, a sophomore at Bradford
    High School, had missed 27 days of 1HOLIDAY!
    school in some classes. :
    Supt. Jim Duncan said he would SAVINGS < s
    investigate to see why there was no '
    notification, and plans were made to
    meet Friday Dec. 1, with the ;
    motherto explain the findings of the' PAYMENT' I '*' P \

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    2'ht BHS Is broken down and UNTIL' ii r yV .
    can't be used, a BHS official said *
    Tuesday. Selected calls are being MARCH ; ,./
    made to parents but it is impossibleto --- -
    call the parents of every student
    who is absent. However, a parentcan 1990 FESTIVA 2
    request a call and it will be Dr. 1990 ESCORT LX 2 Dr.

    made, The Telegraph was told.
    Parents are invited to call Brad- Overdrive Transmission! Air Air. Stereo Cass., Clock. Loaded
    ford High and give a phone numberto Only
    be called, the officials said.
    BHS administrators each take $
    responsibility for one class. The .
    if$20465 23600.permo
    ninth grade Is assigned to Assistant
    Principal John Reddish, the 10th
    grade to Dean of Students Jerry per mo 1

    Petrella, the 11th grade to Assistant
    Principal Paula Steels, the 12th _
    grade to Principal Charles Francis. r ,
    The BHS officials, however,do not
    deny there is a problem with atten-
    dance prceedures.
    The daughter, a sophomore at j
    BHS, has been going to the !
    Gainesville Mall with a group of I
    students the mother declined to
    name. The daughter would attend It
    the beginning and end of school each t
    day, but would miss the middle of

    the school day, the mother told the Factory Rabat u down payment pajranenta at 13.95 APR for 60 mo. :-: 'j s
    school board.In RH .
    tears,the mother told the school
    board, "We don't want her to get on NEW 19 MUSTANG LX
    drugs, which is where she is 1989 RANGER ((4X4)) XLT 114WB i

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    teachers didn't contact me, the Sliding Rear window 2.9 Engine 5 Speed Transmission '
    ; mother said, meaning the teachers Window. Wire Wheel Covers
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    of the classes the daughter was
    missing., List Price $11,800 List Price $15.063 g
    Board member Len Schlofmantold :
    the mother an automatic Ford Discount $1069 Ford Discount $1107 _
    telehone machine which phones
    parent when students are absent Terwillegar Terwillegar :

    was purchased for Bradford High Discount $825 Discount' $2135,
    last year. The machine, with a _
    recorded message, dials the home Factory Rebate $500 Factory Rebate $1000
    phone number the student gives the
    school each year and a voice asks "
    something like: "Do you know you

    child today?"was absent from school $9 406.. $10 821 I

    Supt. Duncan suggested the Your Price Your Price ,
    parent sit down with the teachers In-
    volved and with Principal Charles - - eereamHOLIDAY -
    Francis. Students can also get a FORD RENT-A-CAR'SPECIAL r !
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    from teachers that,the and mother Supt.have Duncan her I 4 Cyl. 23.95 6.Cyl. $28.95, mmmmmmmammmwmmm mmmmfmmmmfmmmrmmm I = i

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    Supt.Duncan said some 40 percentof Ranger $29.95 per day I Includes' parts &labor to Install" plugs .Inspect choke'throttie linkage.. plug wires &'....L cap. I : i
    the phone numbers given by TT-- Festiva$24.95 per day | ...adjust Idle & timing. Aerostars & Econollnes hr her. Ia
    'students are incorrect. Nationwide, a B a a a a a a a a" a a a a a a jp iirvru rad'ajrinatinnnnnrLnaTij j
    of students are subject .
    60 percent
    some totorlay's: high divorce rate and a Can Kay 964-7200 { Brake Inspection $10 np-11 Brake Inspection i
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    situation. !
    No recommendation has been
    made yet to have a student's driven
    license taken away because of missIng TerwillegarMo"trs I
    school, Duncan said, responding II1CI! LIFETIME 7 ;
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    Pap EA TELEGRAPH November. 1989

    r Nature Conservancy Buys 150-acre Wildlife Habitat Near Gold Head I

    Wednesday morning was foggy and senior staff member in the Conservancy's -
    -. overcast, but it was a bright day for In- Winter Park office.
    ge Hutchinson, Lake Geneva
    postmaster and of the area's
    one most
    ..- ardent nature lovers and protectors of "This has truly made my day," said aGOPr iE -
    the environment. Ms. Hutchinson, who has been promoting
    tPk "i and working with various State
    Wednesday was the day when it was and local agencies toward this goal
    ( announced that The Nature Conservancy since 1983.

    1r a nationwide organization, which
    purchases lands considered vital for As quoted in a news release in the
    preservation, had bought 150 acres of Florida Times-Union, Weekes said that
    -FJe> environmentally sensitive scrub land the ISO-acre tract " primarily
    adjacent to the northeast boundary of significant" as habitat for a number of
    Gold Head Branch State Park.The Con- threatened or endangered species of the

    servancy will manage the land until it "sandhill community", including scrub

    They'll Be Protected can be purchased by the State throughthe Jays, gopher tortoises, the Indigo
    Conservation and Recreation Lands snake, and others.A .
    program, according to David Weekes, a

    major portion of the $370,000 pur-
    chase price of the property came from
    EtJ1T01Z1ALS the mitigation fund of the DuPont Com-
    pany which was required to providenew
    habitat for certain endangered
    species to make up for the loss of
    No Means of Saving habitat caused by its planned new mining'project ,
    along Trail Ridge between As quoted in the Times-Union, Times-Union report. Florida scrub
    Should Be OverlookedHow Lawtey and Maxville. Besides the Weekes said, "We recognize that scrub lands are said to be one of the oldest
    habitat on the site is habitats in the State and support a
    mitigation fund of $122,000, the Clay biologically
    ecological purposes. It's a range of protected species.The .
    could maintain better control of funds, County Commission contributed$10,000 important tract." gopher tortoise is classified as a
    many employees does Bradford with up to date information on bank toward the purchase, and other funds The Florida scrub jay is a federally "species of special concern". It is
    County have, and what are individual balances and where the money is going. came from private funds. The property protected species limited to the Stateof threatened because of its ;
    employees paid? was purchased from the Valldejufi Florida. This bird requires a specific a food item, being the main ingredentof
    Even with budgets, there is wide type of habitat which is provided by "gopher stew' which is a favorite
    The answers are public information, latitude for purchasing items, either un- family of Keystone Heights and the sandy soil bearing young low-growth among the Minorcan population in St.
    and should be easily accessible in a cen- necessary or more expensive than need- Gold Head Limited Partnership, a black-jack oak with plentiful acorns. Augustine and Pensacola. Du Pont has
    tral location, in keeping with good ac- ed, when department heads control pur- Valldejuli operation organized for "This' condition is maintainted by previously been required to remove
    periodic wildfire that gophers from an area to be mined, and
    counting practices.The chases and The previously planned development of the sweeps through
    expenditures. the scrub
    preventing it from growing place them on similar habitat where
    questions were asked of County knowledge that someone, even a clerk, property. into a mature forest, according to the, they could reestablish their colonies.
    Clerk Ray Norman recently, and the is reviewing invoices will prevent a
    surprising answer was, "I don't know." department head from buying a -

    Norman hastened to add, it's public Cadillac when a Ford will suffice. EXCURSIONS "

    information, but each constitutional of- Splitting funds into several accounts I
    ficer in the Courthouse prepares payroll cost the county earned interest. If coun-

    checks for departmental employees, as ty monies were all in one account, banks ...were the way to go ...
    well as all other disbursements for ex- would be more interested in vying for

    penditures by their departments.That's the accounts.
    Railroads were a way of life in the d I
    an archaic way of doing County commissioners are responsible -
    early days of Slarke, as they were in
    business, and should be corrected with for raising funds through taxes to towns and cities across the nation when ,
    all checks being processed in a central support the county budget, but they passenger trains pulled by "cab-
    office. have little or no control over expen- bagehead engines" provided the only

    Norman said the various officers ditures. It hardly seems fair. means routine of of small escape town from life the whether humdrum for ;1:

    draw operating funds either monthly or In the interest of better managementof business reasons or pleasure trips.In a 4

    quarterly, putting funds into separate the county's funds in this time of the days before television and
    bank accounts to await disbursements.The strapped finances, it appears that bet- movies provided entertainment for long
    ter control could be obtained if all fund weekends, the popular train "excur-
    present system wastes man- sions" provided the
    only means of
    power, with a clerk in each office disbursements would be the sole respon- escaping boredom and "getting away
    writing checks, when a central check sibility of the clerk's office. from it all" with a trip to nearby cities,

    writing office could write all county At this particular time, nothing The beaches railroads and advertised other recreation special spots.rates

    checks and maintain records with fewer should be overlooked as a means of sav- for these trips and even offered
    clerks. ing a few bucks in the budget, or a few "moonlight excursions" for the roman- z d
    dollars in the taxpayer's pocketbook. tically inclined. 1
    commissioners i -
    Secondly, county \
    After the railroad was built from Fer- ,
    nandina to Cedar Key, by of In the summer of 1917 Jud and I material low neck & short sleeves,
    Is It War on DrugsOr Starke weekend excursions way from decided we would go to Tybee one Sun- pants reached 1/2 way from Knees to
    Jacksonville to the beaches were day on the S&S train as they had an ex- ankles.
    I popular events. It is reported that after cursion ever Sunday from Stevens We enjoyed the water for awhile,then
    Just A Skirmish the Civil War,General Grant toured the Crossing to Savannah. We had only ..,, dressed and walked on the beach stopping -
    line all the way to Cedar Key in his been married a few months & hadn't at stands to eat goodies, cotton can-
    special car. Upon arrival at the Keys, been on a trip any further than dy mostly. We was told
    Several months ago President George President Lyndon Johnson, was a he congratulated the engineer on a Swainsboro, our only way to go was by home but was getting darkabefore we
    Bush announced his administration was politician's politician, but who would delightful trip, and gave him a box of horse and buggy. left Savannah. Some of the men had
    declaring a "war" on drugs. Thus far, buy a used car from him? Johnson, who his special big, black cigars in the We lived about 1/2 mile from the argur gotten&to fight.much They to drink shot so out they the began lights to&

    there have been no battles, not even a could force Congress to do his bidding, found engine them cab where and started an Indian fireman them the Depot last at Canoochee in so we got up early kicked out the windows in all coaches.
    passing Sunday August and met the
    skirmish, It's more like a fray, and the could never rally support for his ven- out to the crowd that had gathered to train about 6 oclock at Canoochee. Was Some place in the woodland near the
    good guys are losing. ture in Vietnam, and lost the war. see the general. The cigars were extra 5 passenger coaches, not many train river the stopped conductor and with engineer the had the the
    help of
    and General Grant when it
    strong as gazed passengers arrived at sober
    over powered the
    Drug operators perceive the govern- successfully requires down at the crowd from the deck railing Canoochee. So many boarded it therewe drunks passengers& tied them in the baggage
    ment is operating its "dru, war like a Waging war he noted that most of the smokers look- filled one coach,then when we got to coach. We road home in the dark. The
    game of hockey, in which "getting Congress to do its part by passing lawsto ed slightly seasick. Garfield looked like ever one around conductor would come through the
    caught" requires one to sit in the penalty curb transgressors and provide fun- During the summer there were fre- tghere was waiting to go. The train coaches occasionally with his little dim
    box for five minutes, while the game ding for front line troops. In the "war on quent excursions to picnic grounds atBurnett's time stopped at all the small towns so by the lantern to see if any one needed any
    to Savannah
    we go the train was
    box drugs," Congress has done neither. It'sa Lake in Alachua County, and thing. Seem like we were a long time
    free of
    continues. Once penalty loaded, ever one having a good time. back. Was
    the player returns to the fray, to con- sad commentary on the American Savannah even trips, as Ga.far away as Atlanta and We arrived at the S &S Depot just off lots coming of lighting. We pouring arrived rain back with in
    the before. legal system, that when a police officer of West Broad St. near eleven oclock Canoochee at 2 o'clock
    tinue as Monday morning -
    makes arrest the drug dealer is out and walk to the Tybee Depot on East walked
    an about mile home the
    a in
    Bush The fol') < >ing is an account of one Broad St. We went to a restaurant and
    remarkable that President
    It's of jail and back home before the officer such trip ,'educed here just as writ- ate before going to Tybee ever one anx- rain, wet, tired&sleepy.So .
    would use the phrase "war on drugs, gets the paperwork filled out. ten by a re aunt of Ingrid Smith of ious to see the ocean. My first time at that was my first time seeing the
    since he fought in WWII and knows well Kingsley Ul when the writer, Mrs. the Beach. We rented our bathing suits, ocean & I will always remember the
    what it takes to fight a war. Jud Joiner resident of Canoochee, mine was black trimmed in red with a good times & the excitements. I have
    As for funding, Congress has Ga., was nearing her 90th birthday: big collar elbo sleeves skirt near to been to different Beaches many times
    Waging war successfully requires squandered its revenues for the past my knees & bloomers just below my since, but none that I remember as wellas
    leadership. In WWII, the United States several years,until it can no longer fund knees. Juds suit was black knit my first time seeing the ocean.

    had a wealth of leaders,as did England. anything properly, unless it dips deeper
    Franklin D. Roosevelt, regardless of into the red ink. A responsible Congress
    how one sees his "New Deal" policies, would have long ago put its fiscal housein Jd5 Letters to the Editor
    provided outstanding leadership duringthe order and have funds to meet any J

    war years, supported by military emergency.Last .

    leaders, Generals Dwight Eisenhower, but not least, to wage a successful Coaches, Team, and Pep Club CommendedI
    George Marshal, George Patton,
    i war the Judicial system must
    Jonathan Wainwright and Douglas have been driving the school bus for people who have worked
    the battle from young very
    be a participant in six for the staff of Brad- totally
    MacArthur.In years coaching hard during the football season this posedly intelligent people would
    lawyers on the local scene, to Supreme ford High School. I would like to thank year. The Bradford High School Pep ignore the will of the people of this coun-
    the present era, who are the Court Justices. Coach Hurse, Coach Sexton Coach Club. Despite getting organized after ty. Our (and I use the word loosely)
    leaders? President Bush? Hardly. He Far too often it seems defense Clyatt, Coach Cummings, and all the the football season was underway, they Commissioners have demonstratedthat
    other coaches and for
    present past
    have supported their team by cheeringat they believe that the only way to
    seems to flit from one agenda to another lawyers, aided and abetted by the always making me feel part of the team the games, home and away. They manage our county is to increase taxes.
    each week, from flag waving to suppor-- courts, are determined to get drug and making me feel appreciated.I have have made banners, candy treats Reduce spending Is an option that they
    ting the Poles with talk, but little fun- dealers acquitted at all costs. enjoyed working with you. I would like cakes and even gave individuaiballoons have never considered
    ding. to thank all the young athletes, present to each player.Most of all they
    The adversarial court system may and past, who have also made me feel have had fun the Tornadoes Mrs. Mann I am as proud of ,
    The President's "DrugCzar"William have served the nation well in times like part of the team and who have this year. The supporting them what you said, and the way you you
    Bennett also spreads more bull past, but then it may not have. It always been very respectful.I and the fans have enjoyed watching as, I am sure, your husband and familyare
    againl will miss driving for you next year. I proud.
    than bullets, in fighting the so-called may be time ense lawyers to at- hope that in some way you have en- Thanks, BHS Pep Club. You are the
    "war." tempt to seek and expose the truth, seeing joyed me being there with you as muchas greatest. Keep spreading that school You are right. We have been sold out
    that their clients get a fair trial, I have enjoyed you being there spirit around. I love you all. by our elected officials who are much
    Waging war successfully requires withme. Especially the Varsity Foot- more interested In perpetuating their
    support of the populace. In WWII, the rather than seeing guilty person go ball Team. lam proud to be associatedwith Mrs.McDavid;Pep Club Sponsor little bureaucratic domain, than they
    nation was united in winning the battle free to pushing or other such young men.You have always &Bus Driver for The Tornadoes are In responding to the will of the peo
    against Hitler and his cohorts, and the nefarious activity.In been very respectful, kind and con- ple.

    war was won. A few years later, the the meantimel the "war on drugs" siderate.I would Thanks also,like Guysl to thank their We voters and taxpayers must beginto
    United States lost the war In Vietnam, leadership, funding, parents for their support and tell them She Told It Like It Is plan the election of representativesIn
    largely because Americans never sup- laws or court procedures. The fight was they can be proud of their sons. Brad- our government who believe that the
    being involved in Southeast lost ere it began. ford Tornadoes you are all Real Cham- governmentlhatgovernsleastgovernsbest
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    and I am proud of all of you. -and then have the intestinal for-
    Asia. Thanks for the memories.I NelllwlaM's titude to stand up for what they believe.
    would also like to praise a,group of Mrs. letter to the editor Again,thank you Mrs. Mann,for put-
    last week was one of the best I have ting the right words in the right place.
    ever read about our County Commis
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    5 ottcl ritems ; 1 Celebrating Our years (Together. 'j

    : 'Births .Announcements'Engagements 'XptnyPrevatt' Mr. & Mrs. Norman Suisse r '

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    by Dolores Meng,Hampton IIIIHes Editor
    Saturday, Nov. 25, Mr. and Mrs. Norman C. Suisse of High Springs
    celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary at the Hampton Christian
    Church Fellowship Hall. I
    This party, hosted by their daughter, Mrs. Marianne Kunas of
    Portland, Oregon, and their son and daughter-in-law, Dennis and Nora
    Suisse of Fort White, was attended by some 150 relatives and friends.
    Mrs. Kunas greeted guests who were introduced by the honored couple.
    Mrs. Nora Suisse was assisted in serving food by Hoeun Choun who was
    sponsored from Cambodia along with her sister, Peov, by Mr. and Mrs.
    Mrs. Peggy Ellis entertained with organ familiar melodies.
    Norman and Hilda Suisse were married in Algonac, Michigan, on
    Saturday, Nov. 25, 1939. Besides their two children, they have five grand-
    children and six great grandchildren.
    Among honored guests were Roland and Brigit Fisher of West Palm Ma...Mrs.Melvin Harris
    beach Charles and Debra Edwards of Orlando, and Marge Fry of Bell.Granddaughter -
    Terry Brown and children, Joshua and Ronnie of 50th Wedding Reception
    Panama City, were also present. Planned for Sunday, Dec. 3
    Hors d'oeuvres and finger foods, prepared by Mrs. Kunas were served
    from tables covered with white and gold colored cloths. Centering the Melvin and Bertie Mae Harris of Raiford will celebrate their 50th wed-
    refreshment table was an arrangement of golden flowers and hand ding anniversary at a reception Sunday Dec. 3, from 3 to 5 p.m. at the
    created ornaments of gold. The tiered wedding cake was topped with the New River New Congregational Methodist Church. .
    original bride and groom figures used 50 years ago on Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harris were married November 25, 1939 in Lake Butler,
    Suisse's wedding cake. Among floral bouquets on the buffet table was an by the late J.R. Townsend
    arrangemetn of 50 yellow rosebuds, interspersed with golden chrysan- The Harrises have three sons, Wyman and Wayne of Raiford and
    themums and baby's breath. Dewitt of Glen St. Mary; five grandchildren and one great grandchild.
    Mr. Suisse served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. He later mov- All friends and relatives are invited to attend. :3
    ed to Miami and worked for Eastern Airlines until retiring in 1976. when 'y
    -"# the couple moved to High Springs. Mr. Suisse has been in the ministry/ Mr. & Mrs. John A. Reddish
    Mr.& Mrs.Henry Stefanelli since 1980 He has served as pastor of the Hampton Christian Church
    Celebrate 25th Dinner
    since 1983.Paul Anniversary With c

    Mr. & Mrs. Henry Stefanelli Mr. and Mrs. John Arthur Reddish were honored on their 25th wedding ;J
    and Margaret SmithTo anniversary by a family dinner held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon a
    Celebrate 60th AnniversaryHenry Celebrate 50th AnniversaryThe Reddish on Crosby Lake. The event was held Saturday,Nov.25,with din-
    Stefanelli and Antoinette Caruso Stefanelli celebrated their 60th ner served at 7:30: p.m.
    family of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith of Lawtey are pleased to an- Hosts for the evening were the couple's children, Stacey, Chad and )
    wedding Nov. 20.
    Several anniversary dinner on the and family and nounce the 50th wedding anniversary of two very special people.In Ryan. Also serving as hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mr. and .",.
    close friends attended.parties honoring couple were given their 50 years together, they have shared a lot of things, including Mrs. Dolph Reddish Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. Michael '
    15 and seven great grand- Reddish, Mrs. P.D. Reddish and Mr. and Edwin .
    Henry, born in 1906 in Italy, immigrated to Pennsylvania In 1910. An- three sons, two daughters, grandchildren Mrs. Williams.The
    children. table covered with cloth centered with
    toinette, born in 1908 in Pennsylvania, was the first child of her Im- dining was an Army/Navy (11
    migrant parents. The couple married In Pennsylvania in 1929,and movedto Paul Is retired and Margaret is present manager of Handy Way in. mixed fresh flowers, a gift from Larry Williams. A large two-layer anniversary '.3
    cake decorated in the color scheme of the
    Starke in July of 1945, along with their four children, Albert, Robert, Lawtey.Friends couple's wedding was
    for and family will be attending a luncheon in their honor at also the focal point of decorations. The buffet-style dinner was served on ">
    Raymond and Elissa. They owned and operated Stefanelli's Grocery a
    number of Western Steer Steakhouse Sunday, Dec. 3, at 12:00.: the porch.The honored couple also received many lovely gifts from those a
    years. Congratulations, ya'll. 50 years is a long time!I present.
    Henry and Antoinette have enjoyed being a part of Starke's community a
    of the video Mrs. Red-
    Highlight evening was a compiled by Tommy
    They wish to thank for their friendship and kindness
    throughout the past 44 years everyone in Starke. dish sent,time.comprising of family photos of the couple from childhood to the pre- J

    Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs.Jim Langley of Orlando,former- K
    ly residents of Starke.
    1980 BHS
    Exec. Board Mtg.

    b I Upcoming To Be Held Class Reunion Mtg. >
    Set for Dec. 5 a
    Wed.. Dec. 6 j
    N MAR If you're Interested in helping plan
    EventsRed the 1990 BHS class reunion, there
    The Woman's Club will hold the
    will be an organizational meeting
    GAG MtRTINIsRa9( ,mnulHUelui ns11NItIHnu,. Executive Bord Meeting of Wednes-
    Tuesday, Dec. 5, at 7:30: in Western {
    A; a BOURBONS/CANADIANS & Green Tea day, Dec. 6, in the clubhouse at 1 Steer Steakhouse (back room). ''
    ( To Be Held p.m.The For more information, call Lisat
    Christmas Party Luncheonwill Reddish, 964-6530; Teresa Reddish, .
    ... B Sat., Dec. 2 be on Wednesday Dec. 13 at 12 964- a22 or Randy Andrews.964-6430. _,
    The United Methodist Women of noon in the clubhouse Young at Heart
    Reservations for the luncheon are
    Pleasant Grove Church will
    celebrate their second annual Red & required and should be made earlyto Meet Dec. 7
    f 1 REF YI Green Tea, Saturday, Dec. 2, at 4 phone the Social 964-4172 Chairman or Vickie Donna Teal Wells at, The Young At heart of the First
    Baptist Church will have their
    4 E pm.Cost for the event will be$5 adults; 9645520. regular meeting Thursday Dec. 7
    I .(2.50 for.children.. Everyone is inv c .PJeasejlan. to.attend.! and bring a.P rat 1Kt1 with-q'coyered dish luncheonr 'jI
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    Lisa Johnson, Mrs Carris Prevatt

    EngagementsMarilyn Scott Bruce Celebrates 80th

    Announce EngagementMr. Mrs. Carris Prevatt celebratedher

    and Mrs.James G.Johnson of 80th birthday SundaYj Nov. 12,. You can'depend on:>> Centel Business Phone Services ;
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    Keystone Heights would like to announce .1nN .
    the engagement of their Prevatt Sr., and family at her homein ,
    daughter Lisa Dianne to Scott Lawtey.
    Douglas Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Born Oct. 31, 1909, Mrs. Prevatt Is
    Owen D. Bruce of Lake Placid, Fla. a native of Lawtey and often recallsits
    i' The bride-elect is a 1986 gradqvwe heyday and busier times.
    of Keystone Heights High School andis The surprise party was given by "As soon as I say .
    currently employed by Great her six children: Irene Rick, J. T.
    Western Bank in West Palm Beach, Prevatt Jr.,Caroline Giddings Nora 'business .
    .g:: .
    Lee Wainwright, Elizabeth Perry : r ,
    Fla.The graduateof and Glenn Prevatt. J '' .i
    groom-elect is a 1986 phone system'
    John I. Leonard High School in Nearly 40 family members were ***"" I II

    West Florida Palm Atlantic Beach,University.and is a senior He |W' present including to wish most her of happy her 12 birthday grand-, I've got a dozen II II I I

    children and 12 great grandchildren.A .
    employed as assistant controller/ac suppliers breaking ;*, I
    J countant with S & M Manufacturingin hearty assortment of finger f I
    .. ._-- -.- Boca Raton, Fla. foods and a birthday cake was en down my doorpushing r rr I
    The wedding date has been set for joyed as the celebration filled the
    E.Dickinson Com home and spilled onto the lawn. r I
    Dec. 30, at 2:30: p.m. at the this
    John L.Ruhl munity Church of Keystone Heights.All Of the gifts Mrs.Prevatt received, I
    Marilyn Dickinson, friends and family of the couple she says the best one was having her piece of equipment '
    invited to attend the ceremony. family gathered around her and the
    John L. RuhlAnnounce Bcyou are unable to attend, the family blessing of being there to see them. or that one. ,
    EngagementMr. requests your presence in thoughtand
    Tutoring ProgramSet
    and Mrs. Frank E. Dickinsonof prayer. N'plSi-

    Starke announce the engagementof Beta Sigma Phi to BeginDecember + J
    their daughter, Marilyn E., to 4 1 A / I
    John L. Ruhl of Graham, son of Holds ThanksgivingDinner
    The first session of the Bradford
    Fate and of
    Mary Harper Keystone
    Heights.A High School "After School Tutorial Murray
    December 10 wedding is plann The XI Iota Delta Chapter of Beta Program" will begin December .4.
    Sigma Phi held a Thanksgiving din Any Bradford High School pupil witha how
    ed.The bride-elect attended and ner for its members and families at grade of"F"in an English or Math many '
    graduated from Bradford High the home of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle course, for the second six weeks, suppliers doI
    School in 1987, and is employed at Thomas on Nov. 7. may attend the Tutorial Program. .'1
    Walmart in Starke. The groom-elect The 35 guests attending enjoyed a Students who attend the Tutorial need?" "
    graduated from Bradford High traditional turkey dinner with all the Program for twelve hours and meet "It
    School in 1980 and is presently trimmings. Food and fellowship was other requirements, will be able to
    employed at Florida State Prison. enjoyed by everyone. have an"F" (\in English or Math for
    the second six weeks) removed from
    their report card.Transportation. t

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    New Arrivals .. will be the responsibility of the stu- : ..' .J: !
    dent and/or parents. No funds are .' .t ; ,
    ...Bryan Everett RegisterLen allowed to be spent for school bus .. t:1, '*'' .' ..
    and Carla Register of Gainesville are pleased to announce the birthof service for this program. 4 JIbt : I
    a son, Bryan Everett, born November 1, in Alachua General Hospital, Registration will be held in the '. i' ..
    Gainesville. He weighed 7 Ibs. 11 oz, was 21 inches long. He joins a sister, Bradford High School office on Nov. .1... .... .
    Ashley Grace. 30, and Dec. 1, from 7:45 a.m.til 8:IS t. .\ ".....J.'l\ ..,". I
    Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Horvath of Altomonte a.m. and 3 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. For ad- Y'"'4" '' .. .
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    Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lennard B. Register, Jr. of phone call, Myrna Hurse at the """ "''" .,
    Crystal Lake.First School Board of Bradford County,

    Annual Missions 9646800.Funding for this program is provided -,
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    Convention AnnouncedPastor

    Ed Day and the First Benigas, Youth President for Penin- Pastor Be Held AppreciationTo ... .. .
    Assembly of God in Starke, would sular Florida District of the
    like to announce its First Annual Assemblies of God; and Wendell Dec. 7-10
    Missions Convention. The church Woodall newly appointed mis- The Evangelistic Pentecostal s t"" ... ,
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    home and abroad, thus the reason 11 a.m., Evening service at 6 p.m. Juliette Long, beginning Dec. 7 "
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    to bring right home to us what God is vices will begin at 7 p.m. nightly. r
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    the world. the corner of State Road 16 and night. The public is invited to attend. ? L ,
    The Missions Convention will be Weldon Street, Starke.
    held Dec. 3 6 and will feature Rev. For more information, call Pastor
    Joe Eger newly appointed missionary Ed Day at 964-6971.
    to Mali West Africa; Tom
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    '!; M 3 I: Tyler Caldwell,Mandy Heine, Jeremy Gates, Brandi Gatlin, done, Chris Crlbbs Shaun 'Muse, $pw News The Starko
    I I } jtges Wartluft. Juston Hart, Brandt Hawes, Joshua Amy Wilson. chapter Of the Business and Profes
    , A Hampton Hilights ".'E,s Marcus Attron, Nikki Baker, Hodges,Matilda Rhoden,Josh Starl- 6: Gretchen Harris, Jenny atonal Women's Club met Tuesday
    : Melody Barr, Nena Contois, Detrla Ing. Johnson, Melissa Kyle, Angela Nov. 21 at the Bradford FamilyRestaurant.
    "'.': .... '1 Ford, Alishla Hayes, Jason Lovell, 2/3: Kelly Bowen, Patrick Meng, Carrie Meng. .
    Joey Rowe. Flanagan Jenette Gatlin Chastity Mrs. Waters Class: Terry Della Rosenberg was the
    LaLone Jamie McClellan, Bryan 4: Clay Archey, Lelsha Eaton, Jones, Karrie j Lee, Raymond Crawford, Stephanie DeSue. speacker, and main topic was the
    by Dolores Meng Meng,John Miller, Crystal Ramseyand Vicki Hutto Peter Knlpp, Amanda Rhoden. Shadowing Program, which <>r
    Phone 458-1915 Joshua Ross. Meng, Amanda Rowland. 3: Jimmy Coleman, Michael Collins courages club member > .11 n
    Condolences... 1: Charlene ("''fton, Michael 5: Hope Archey, Alex Klrchalne, Daniel Davis,Jessie Marshall, young girs to accompany them i
    Sympathy Is Floyd, Emily G.t, Paul Jones, Lisa McClellan, Jason McCullough Erik Scoggins, Melody Youngblood. When buying clothes,look inside their workplace so they can ex-
    extended to the family and friends of Brian McClellan, Christina Meng, Receiving All A's & B's were: 4: Randy Brooks,Robert Broome, the garment to see how It's made. perience first-hand what various
    Richard Graham who died Nov. 21. Chad Rhoden. Rachel Smith. Grade 1 Michael Bradley, CoryChappell Amy Crews, Alicia Crosley, Hannah Seams should be at least an Inch careers have to offer.
    Sympathy Is extended to the family 2 Brian Lott, Joshua Meng, Brad Renee Ford., Amanda Ford. Clint Morgan Matthew wide and should be bound with The BPW encourgages young
    of Christina Maria Perez who Godwin; Brandy Johnson Samara Mums Danny Wiggins. stitching. women to assume leadership and is
    Muse, Paul Turner, Christopher
    died Nov.24. Chris Affron, Alicia Baker, membersra
    Schmidt. Prevatt,David Stone,Sean Wiggins. 5: actively seeking new
    Golden Wedding Anniversary 2: Jennv Affron. Chris fiaRa, Adrienne Coleman. Rnvnnn Con-
    Rev. Norman and Hilda Suisse of "';
    High Springs honored
    were SaturdayNov.Z5atanOpenHouseparty-

    In celebration of their 50th wedding

    anniversary.The party. was held at Hampton Holly Farms '
    Christian Church from 2 til 8 p.m.
    hosted by their daughter, MarianneKunas ,
    of Portland, Ore., and their
    son and daughter-in-law,Dennis and
    Nora Suisse of Fort White. Approx- 1 1 t 1 GRADE A 11 C
    imately 150 friends and relatives attended
    the affair. Rev. Suisse has
    served as pastor of Hampton Christian '
    Church for the past six years. I
    Matthew Dyal Celebrates
    Matthew Dyal, a former residentof WHOLE
    Hampton Lake,celebrated his 8th 'I
    birthday Nov. 8 at his home In Lb.
    Bay town,Texas. Matthew is the son
    of David and Teresa Dyal and the
    grandson of Nate and Desta Dyal. -

    t Lee Matthew's and Edna other Knepper grandparents of Crystal /, i '; mi i- a rrm fmi ''

    Lake cluded celebration., drove attending Their to Baytown the ten-day Renaissance for trip the In- ? FRYERS i: n n> :. TNtlan t z

    Festival,a Medieval Fair at Conroe, PrIces to this .tf gold Mwrfav.Nov. .
    Texas,where they visited the Globe 27 tail Sunday. Dec. a. 9A .
    Theatre, saw glass blowing and f/Il
    other artistic exhibits. They all hada
    great visit and reported Matthew
    making good progress as a second

    grader.Visitors... Full Cut hoICe gee f )
    Dr. Paul and Loretta Vasques of go > _
    Sandusky, Ohio, visited her neleSS '
    brothers, Fran and Paul Meng, CHRISTIV1ASBreast
    Thursday and Friday enroute to Ft.
    November Birthdays...
    1-Stacey McGregor 3-Karrle Lee;
    4Clayton Daniel Rlddick, Kelli
    Lynn Riddick Johnathon Woodard
    Mabel NesSmlth,Medford Connelly;
    Evelyn Vaughan; Sarah Under
    wood, Gerald Brown, Christina
    Meng; 7Mark Parado, Daisy Fort;
    8-Renee Hutto Millie Kramlg,
    Johnny Hodges; 10-Sandra Aviles, U.S. No. 1 White
    Patricia Jackson; 11-Andy Smith;
    12-Crystal Murphy 13-Glenn Friese '
    Brian Davis, Mindy Hersey, JewelYoung 20 LB. BAG
    ; 14-Stacey Rhoden, Steve
    Brown; IS-Louann Hill I; 16Donald b
    Williams; 19-Tlffany Clark; POTATOESCOORS
    21-John Glenn, Tahra Francis; Center Cut Boneless

    Glover 24-Davis; Smith 25-Juile Melissa Collins Davis, Sherry,Dale \U liThe Other White Meat" & 99

    DeSue. Don Smith, Kevin Mobley; c
    26-Chrls; Gibbs,Jaclyn Crews,Cindy PORKCHOPS $
    Davis; 27-Roxann Condone, Brian COORS LIGHT
    Saxon; 28-Robert Townsend;
    29-Ressie Dowling, Brandt Howes.
    Hampton Elem. School 12/6PKCN/
    Heritage Day was celebrated

    when recited all poems classes,and presented dressed in skits colonial Pride ; '

    costumes. $ 9 $289 ,) I
    Classes resumed Monday Nov. 27 & 2

    holiday.following a Happy Thanksgiving FILLETS' Lb.

    Community Service: Respite
    .' Available.
    Respite, a volunteer program, is TENDERS
    available in this area. Trained per- Fresh Green -
    sons will stay with homebound persons -
    in order to give caregivers the Snow
    opportunity to leave patients for a r
    short period of time to do shoppingor 99 2 Liter Diet Coke, y BROCCOLIillii
    other necessary duties. $ Caffeine Free Diet Coke White I
    For further Information please )
    call Betty Dazinksi. 964-7952, or COKE CLASSIC
    Dolores Meng, 4681915.Hospitalised CAULIFLOWER
    : Viola Lefebvre
    entered Alachua General Hospitalon
    Sunday for observation and treat- 9
    ment. We wish her a speedy Lb 990 C
    recovery. 2 Liter Diet Sprite/
    Visitors: Bill and Jewel Young Sprite:. . .. . .99 1
    pent the Thanksgiving holidays
    visiting relatives in Raleigh, N.C.,
    where it was quite chilly. Head
    Among recent visitors of Viola
    Lefebvre and the Ed Spell families Bunch
    were Ed and Barbara Fitzpatrick of \ I
    Pensacola, Paul and Pat Lefebvre low I p j i n
    and daughter, Stephanie, of
    Alabama. f
    Visiting Victoria Zacek over the j
    Thanksgiving holidays were Steven
    and Rose Rozboro of upstate New
    York and Rose Babyar of Starke. 32 Oz. tollman'sMAYONNAISE 18.25 Oz. Assorted Betty Crocker 5 Oz. 5 Ct. BiscuitsBUTTERMENOTS Florist QualityPOINSETTIAS
    Flocks of robins were also a
    welcome sight during the past week. CAKE MIXES :
    Some tlrd watchers also saw sand

    Lake hill cranes probably flying enroute over to Hampton Pains ''

    Prairie. 79 3/$1/ $299EaCh
    Friday Dance: Students in the 4, 5 $189. 0
    the and 6th school grades cafetorium will hold on a dance Friday at =

    night Dec. 1.
    Honor Roll Und Six WeeksGrading
    Period): Report cards went !
    home with children on Wednesday.The .

    all following E's or A's were: listed as receiving 12 Pack. Hot Cocoa With .28 Oz. RalnyMeat/Mushroom 8 Oz. Sealtest 64 Oz. Food Lion Premium I

    K: Eric Carroll, Joseph Clifton, Marshmallows Homestyle SOUR CREAM

    Stephanie Renae Hutto Acree,, Brian Jennifer Saxon Frees,, SWISS I MISS RAGU SPAGHETTI 1 SAUCE ORANGE JUICE ,

    :Karl Lynn. .Hawkins. ..Heather

    -Convention Baptist Winter--Florida--Board Winter Convention General--Board to-State- MeetThe Meetingwill Baptist- $109' $119 239c5/ $1 9j ''i,

    be held this year in Starke '
    beginning Dec. 4 through Dec.6.
    On Monday,Dec.of,a Bradford
    gram will be held at the
    High School Auditorium. Tuesday 128 Oz. DetergentSURF 200 Ct. White/Pastel 37 Oz. Mrs. Smith's

    ,at night the at Bradford 7 p.m.a Middle banquet School will be Gym held LIQUID 'SCOTT FACIAL,TISSUE.APP. EI, PIE, f

    .a nasium.mass This convention choir of people will be from presenting all over '

    North Union Florida Baker (and AlaChua Bradford Columbia Counties ,. I ,$499 89 = $359 J"i !i

    ). Rev. RIley, our State Music s 4
    .;Director from Deland, Fl., along ,
    with local musicians Is In charge of -
    : the music for these occasions.If : .

    you would like to purchase) a ,
    banquet ticket(the price Is$$20.00)
    ., representative from each church
    will be telling them or you can call
    .'Rev. A. J. Simmons at 964-4658 or
    M44019 or Rev. L. Davis at 964.8831for ,

    more information.
    Please make an effort to come out
    and Join us In the name of Jesus.

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    Courthouse, Starke, Florida at 7:30 p.m.' Circuit. In and for Bradford Counts quiet title on the following described YOU ARE REQUIRED to file your written -
    an Ordinance relating to: Florida. In which JOHNNY BRIER and 1' property In Bradford County, Florida to- defenses If any. to this action with
    The rezoning of the following described DONNA BRIER his wife, and FLEET wit: the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for
    property and amending thai Comprehensive FINANCE a MORTGAGE. INC.. are the A. parcel' of land lying being and Bradford County Florida and serve a
    [ Land Use Plan to provide defendant and JEANNETTE D. KINCAIDIs situate In the NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Section copy thereof upon the attorney for the
    that land currently zoned RSF-1, and the plaintiff I will tell la the highestand 32. Township 6 South Range 22 Plaintiff who Is:
    designated by the plan as Residential best bidder for cash at the front East In the City of Starke, Bradford JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. Esquire
    Single Family be rezoned to RSF-MH-1, door of the Bradford County Courthouse County Florida; sold parcel being more Johnny R. Hobbs Jr., P.A.

    and designated of ROBERT RSF/Moblle COOPER Home describedas theproperty ,In Starke, Florida at 11:00: a.m. on particularly described as follows: P.O. Drawer 938; Starke, FL 32091
    NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO follows 3.25 December 18, 1989 the following. Commence at the Northeast comer of ((904)964-5700)
    : Approximately acres
    REGISTER NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR more or less out of Parcel I 04206-0-00000 described real property set forth In the said NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 and run South 4 not later than Dec 28th. 1989.
    FICTITIOUS NAME REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF located off of Edwards Road approx.Imately Summary Final Judgement.All degrees, 30 minute and 42 seconds DATED this 30th day of November
    Pursuant to S.cllon 865.09 Florida THE LAND USE PLAN % mile from city limits. those certain pieces, tracts or East along the Easterly boundary 1989.
    Statute, nolle Ii hereby given that the An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive You are further given NOTICE that a parcel of land situate, lying In the thereof 26.05 feet to the Southerly RAY NORMAN
    undersigned, SUSIE LOTT WALKER P. O. Land Use Plan Element and copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is County of Bradford and Stat. of Florida boundary of the right-of-way of County Clerk of Circuit Court
    Box 202, Hampton Florida 32044 sole Mop by Bradford County, Florida In accordance available for your Inspection at the office more particularly described as follows, Road 100-A; thence South 87 degrees, 41 11/304tchg 12/21
    with the local GovernmentComprehensive
    owner doing business under th. firm of the Director of Zoning and PlannIng lo-wlt: minutes and 56 seconds West along said Control No 267

    name of SU-EL's RETIREMENT HOME, p, provided for In Planning Chapter Act 163 of 1975 of the as City Hall Thompson Street Starke, UNIT NO.: Starting at the Northeast Southerly boundary, 718.67 feet to an ." '' ..
    O. Box 202, Hampton Florida 32044, Intends Florida. of the "
    Florida Statutes.TO corner Intersection of Jackson and Iron pipe for Point of Beginning. From NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
    to register said fictitious name ALL CITIZENS, Taxpayers and other Each and every person having any Interest Walnut Streets In the City of Stork, Point of Beginning thus described run REGISTER
    und.r th. aforesaid statute. Interested whatever In the enactment of this Florida as recorded In Deed Book N, South 4 degrees, 42 minutes and 02
    Dated this 9th day of November 1989, persons.You proposed ORDINANCE should appear Page 759 of the Bradford Florida FICTITIOUS NAME
    and each of you are hereby and County. seconds East parallel with th. Westerly NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th.undersigned .
    In Bradford County. and be heard the and
    at time place records measure a distance of 269,4 feeton of NW
    herewith given notice In accordance boundary of said NE 1/4 1/4 desiring to In
    4tchgl930Control with Florida Statutes that the Board of prescribed. a bearing of North 17 'degrees, 29 1346.09 feet to an Iron' pipe on the business under the fictitious engage of
    250 BOARD OF BRADFORD name
    County Commissioners of Bradford minute East along th. East boundary of Southerly boundary of said NE 1/4 of NW STEAKHOUSE,
    NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Florida have the COUNTY COMMISSION Walnut Street to the point of beginning.From WESTERN STEER FAMILY
    County designated 14
    ,,1/4 thence South 87 degrees
    By the CI.rkControl ; at number 1100 S. Walnut St., In the City
    of '
    Bradford and point beginning measure
    County Zoning Planning minute and 28 seconds West along last
    259 of Stark., Florida. Intends to register the
    Board to conduct a public hearing at a 210.0 feet on a bearing of South 72 aforesaid Southerly boundary 100.37
    Itchgl1/30 sold with the Clerk of the Circuit
    An ORDINANCE th. Comprehensive name
    regular held at 7:00 In the degrees, 14 minutes East thence
    p.m. ( the Southeast
    feet to an Iron pipe at corner Court of Bradford County Florida.
    Land Use Plan Element and
    Council Room of Starke City Hall, Starke, measure a distance of 150.0 feet on a described In Deed Book
    Map by Bradford County, Florida In accordance Florida, on Tuesday, November 2B. 19B9, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH bearing of North 17 degrees, 29 minutes of a parcel of the records of said Dated at Claremont N.C., this 8th day
    4, Page 77 public
    of 1989.
    local Government
    with the September
    and make a recommendation to the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR East thence measure 210.0 feet on a
    Act of 1975 County (said Southeast corner being STEER FAMILYSTEAKHOUSE
    Comprehensive Planning at Board of Commissioners and the WESTERN
    County BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA bearing of North 72 degrees, 14 minutes
    of the Southwest
    provided for In Chapter 163 of the 525.00 feet Easterly
    Board will consider on Wednesday CASE NO 89-377-CA line
    : West to the East of Walnut Street
    Florida Statutes.TO corner of said NE 1/4 of NW 1/4)); thence
    December the Commissioners Richard Craft Vice
    20 at
    STATE BANK OF STARKE thence 150.0 feet
    measure on bearingof
    ALL CITIZENS, Taxpayers and other Room of the Bradford County Plaintiff South 17 degrees, 29 minutes a West to North 4 degrees, 42 minutes and 02 11/30 4tpd 12/21
    Interested persons. Courthouse, Starke, Florida at 7:30 p.m. v* the of seconds West along the Easterly boundary Control No. 689
    You and each of you are hereby and point beginning containing of said parcel and parallel with said
    an relating :
    herewith given notice In accordancewith The rezoning of the following described Westerly boundary 420.0 feet to an Iron
    GILPIN his wife, NORWEST FINANCIAL NO. 2 Start at the Northeast
    Florida Statutes that the Board of corner the Northeast of ..aldporc.l
    County Commissioners of Bradford property and amending the Comprehensive FLORIDA. INC. and CONTINENTAL of the Intersection of Jackson and pipe corner Sealed bids will be received by the City
    South 87 14
    Land Us. Plan thence degrees
    to providethat
    County, Florida, have designated the and ABSTRACTING SERVICES. CORP.. Defen Walnut Streets In the City of Starke, ; the of Stark., at the City Hall In Starke,
    land currently zoned RSF-1 minutes and 28 seconds West along
    Bradford County Zoning and Planning designated by the plan as Residential dants. Florida as shown on the Bradford Coun Northerly boundary of said parcel andporoll.1 Florida until 10:00: A.M. Tuesday
    Board to conduct a public hearing at a Single Family, be rezoned to RO and NOTICE OF SALE ty. Florida records. Deed Book N, Page with the Southerly boundary of December 19 1989 at which time and
    held at 7,00 in the Notice Is that to the bids received will be publicly
    regular meeting p.m. designated Residential/Office, the property given pursuant 759 measure North 17 degrees, 29 place all
    said 1/4 of NW 172.21 feet to an
    NE 1/4
    Council Room of Stark. City Hall, Stork, of JOANN GLISSON S FAYE Summary Final Judgement entered on minutes East for a distance of 594.4 feet opened and read aloud on the following.One .
    Florida on Tuesday, November 28, 1989, MATHESON, described as follows: 1 November 27, 1989 In Civil ActionNumber along the East boundary of Walnut Iron pipe; thence seconds North 4 degrees 42 ((1)) 286 computer Installed software
    and make a recommendation to the Acre Parcel 03969.0.00100 In Section 29 89377CA. of the Circuit Courtof Street thence measure a distance of minutes and 02 West parallelwith and printer. Specifications may be obtained
    Board of County Commissioners and the Township 6, Range 22. on 1637 W. the Eighth Judicial Circuit In and for 210.0 feet on a bearing of South 72 said Westerly boundary, 928.27 feetto by contacting W.M.Weldon at the
    Board will consider on Wednesday Madison St., Stark., Florida 32091. Bradford County. Florida, In which degrees, 14 minutes East to the point of an Iron pipe on the aforesaid Southerly City of Starke. P.O. Drawer C, Starke, FL
    December 20. 1989, at the Commissioners You are further given NOTICE that a RALPH L. GILPIN and BARBARA J. beginning. From the point of beginning boundary of the right-of-way of County 32091. Telephone numbw. ((904)
    Room of the Bradford County of sold proposed ORDINANCE Is Road 100-A: thence North 87 degrees
    copy GILPIN his wife, NORWEST FINANCIAL measure a distance of 142.9 feet mar. 9645027.
    Courthouse, Starke, Florida at 7:30: p.m. available for your Inspection at the office FLORIDA. INC., and CONTINENTAL or less, on a bearing of South 72degree 41 minutes and ,56 seconds East along 11/302tchg 12/07
    an Ordinance relating to: of the Director of Zoning and Planning ABSTRACTING SERVICES CORP.. are the *, 14 minutes East to the right of last aforesaid Southerly boundary Control No.690
    The rezoning of the following described 272.67 feet the Point of
    City Hall Thompson Street Starke, Defendants and COMMUNITY STATE way line of the Seaboard Air line to Beginning.
    and amending the Comprehensive
    property Florida. BANK OF STARKE Is the Plaintiff I will Railroad thence on a bearing of South
    Land Use Plan to providethat and Interest
    every person having any sell to th. highest and best bidder for 17 degrees, 46 minutes West measure a
    zoned and Our
    land RSF-1,
    currently whatever in the enactment of this Servicepersons .
    the plan Residential cash at the front door of the Bradford distance of 301.4 feet on a line parallel
    designated by as proposed ORDINANCE should
    Single Family, be rezoned to RO, and and be heard at the time and appear place County Courthouse In Starke, Florida at to the railroad thence measure on a Seaman Recruit Edward M. Bell
    designated Reildential/Offlce, the property prescribed. 11:00: a.m. on December 18. 1989. the bearing of North 72 degrees 14 minutes
    of WALTER W. SYLVESTER, described BOARD OF BRADFORD following described real property set West a distance of 141.0 feet, more or Completes Basic Training

    as follows: Lot 16 of Lake Hampton COUNTY COMMISSIONERSBy forth In the Summary Final Judgement.lot less, to a point 210.0 feet from the East Navy Seaman Recruit Edward M. Bell, son of Sibyl M. and Edward M.
    Oaks, Parcel 00983-0-01600 178'x245'. the Clerk 8, Block 1. In PINEHAVEN SUBDIVISION boundary line of Walnut Street thence Bell of Lake Butler, has completed recruit training at Recruit Training
    Section 25 Township 7 South, Range 21 Control 257 as per plat thereof recorded In measure) 301.4 feet on a bearing of .Command, Great Lakes, Ill
    East, approximately 8 miles South on Itchg 11/30 Plot Book 2, page 65, public records of North 17 degrees, 29 minute East to the' During Bell's eight-week training cycle, he studied general military
    301. Bradford County Florida except easement point of beginning containing 97/100 subjects designed to prepare him for further academic and on-the-job
    You are further given NOTICE that a on S'ly boundary as acres.
    per surveyplat. training In one of the Navy's 83 basic fields.
    copy of said proposed ORDINANCE is NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Dated this 28th day of November, Bell's studies Included seamanship, close order drill, Naval history and
    available for your inspection at the office REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF Dated this 28th day of November 1989. first aid. Personnel who complete this course of instruction are eligiblefor
    of the Director of Zoning and Planning Norman'Clerk
    THE LAND USE PLAN 1989. Ray
    three hours of college credit in Physical Education and Hygiene.
    Hall, Street, Starke,
    City Thompson An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive Ray Norman Clerk By: Tosh.r Allen Deputy Clerk
    Florida. Seaman Bell Is a 1989 graduate of Union County High School.
    Element and
    land Use Plan By: Tosher Allen Deputy Clerk 11/302tchg. 12/07; Control No. 693
    Each and every person having any Interest Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance -
    12/07 Control No. 692
    whatever in the enactment of this with the local Government 1/302tchg ; Charles E. Van Zant, Jr.
    proposed ORDINANCE should appear Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as EIGHTH JUDICIAL Completes Basic Training at N.J.
    and be heard at the time and place CIRCUIT
    of the
    provided for In Chapter 163
    IN AND FOR 'Army National Guard Private First Class Charles E. Van Zant Jr. has
    prescribed. .
    Florida Statutes.TO
    BOARD OF BRADFORD ALL CITIZENS, Taxpayers and other IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA completed basic training at Fort Dix, N.J.
    COUNTY COMMISSIONERSBy Interested JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CASE NO. B9.5B7CA During the training, students received instruction in drill and

    the Clerk You and persons.each of you are hereby and BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA ceremonies, weapons, map reading, tactics, military courtesy, military
    Itchg 11/30 Control 255 herewith given notice In accordancewith CASE NO: 89-396-CA ROY MCFASHION, Plaintiff, justice, first aid, and Army history and traditions.Van .
    Florida Statutes that the Board of JEANNETTE D. KINCAID. v. Zant is the son of Charles E. Van Zant, Sr. of Keystone Heights.
    STARKE County Commissioners of Bradford Plaintiff ANY AND ALL PERSONS CLAIMING BY

    County, Florida have designated the vs. OR UNDER NICKALOS MCFASHION
    CHURCH OF GOD Bradford County Zoning and Planning JOHNNY BRIER and DONNA BRIER AND/OR GUS MCFASHION Defendant i& /4
    422 N.St.Cblr 964-5443 Board to conduct a public hearing at a his wife, and FLEET FINANCE NOTICE OF ACTIONTO 1. /
    John Spratlln. Pastor regular meeting held at 7:00: p.m. In the ft MORTGAGE INC. DEFENDANTS, ANY AND ALU PERSONS 000aopd
    Council Room of Stark.City Hall, Starke, Defendants. CLAIMING BY OR illinjER\ /
    We Invite to worship with us
    you Florida, on Tuesday November 28, 1989 NOTICE OF SALE NICKALOS MCFASHION AND/$ R1S:

    Sunday School Attended" .._Nursery.. ............. 10 am and Board make of County a recommendation Commissioners and to the the Notice Is hereby entered given to th.SummaryFinal MCFASHION: of the 8 '0()0 (7 (7 ( ; 0 'v
    Judgement on November YOU ARE NOTIFIED Institution
    Morning Worship .... ............ Hun Board will consider on Wednesday
    27, 1989 In Civil Action 89-396-CA of of this action by Plaintiff ROY
    Evening Service ... .... 6 pm December 20 1989, at the Commissioners The highest number with a name i Is the centlllion which is 10 with 600
    Wednesday Youth .......................... 730: pm Room of the Bradford County the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial MCFASHION, against you seeking to zeroes.


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    964-6600 Complete Trt Shop&Auto, ;'JpartUlnr J .,Seed *Farm SupptUe. From, ill 0WI" Wafers; Star.
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    24 HR Wrecker Service ill tht church of your duAct 4ON.: Tea.n4-IWY301 N. Frilling Office Supplies .
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    Despite losing five outstanding County Invitational In Jasper, a day Dec.: 5, when BHS travels toBuchholz record last beast n.Gone via gradUation 6-5; Train Blye, 12, 5-10; Charlie ''Coach Cummings.
    players. Coach Holland Cummings preseason tournament running Fri- High in Gainesville. Next are Eugene Blye, one of the Brown 12,6-0; Reggie Sheffield, 11, Other players out are Alvin
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    basketball team at Bradford High boys and girls.. .The BHS five plays High.The JV game begins at 6 p.m., Harold Chandler Marvin Lane, nie Francis 12 5-8. 5-8;Clarence Williams, 11,6;Allen
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    The 1989-90 basketball season Friday.Th!other boy name is M n. First home game is next Friday, Berry. a sophomore but not last season, 6-0, and Terry Berry, 11, 5-11
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    nado five competes in the Hamilton The regular season'opens Tues- The BHS cagers posted a 20-8 Carter. 12, 6-2; Wendell Hudson 12, he's really going to help us." said See rage 12AMITCHELL'S

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    I Lady Tornadoes Want to Know Who Will Start in 89? I

    Coach John Slater has a problem. Eastside, with games at 6 and 7:30 "We feel we have nine starters," Clara DeSue.
    Which of nine Lady Tornado basket Mys Coach John Slater, Evette Covington; Latara Jackson I've never been rio lucky as to have
    ;! returning Experience is team ,
    p.m.The : an expected and
    Aurilla 'Williams
    ball list of nine returning let- are as much talent beside me as
    players to start? lor his sixth season sitting!
    as coach of strength as the Lady Tornadoes de-
    ding rebounders and inside players.
    The Bradford termen is topped leading scorer may on the court Slater
    High ladies are by says.
    Lady Tornadoes.Slater has coached fend their district title. The girls Kendra Williams
    Butler and Arkeva
    defending district champions and Monika Williams 56". who averaged nine It'll take some luck as well as
    is 19.4 from the years and compiled a 98-80 started out as freshmen in junior are strong defensive players and as talent,Slater ,but the Lady Tor-
    everybody back from the 20-9 points per game record, and is 69-47 at BHS. varsity ball and have been playing says
    quick as BHS will play,
    team of 1988-89. guard position.The anyone says nadoes could win the district again.
    Assistant Coach this five six
    The Lady Tornadoes open the 89-90 nine returning starters are!_,, season is together Monika Williams or years., the leading Coach Slater.Expected. If the ladies peak at the end of the
    season this weekend in a Nomei Or. HI. PPG ab. team weaknesses: season they could make it to
    preseason '
    0. Honorst scorer, Is a two year starter. Latara agalni
    tournament this Friday and Saturday Dong Norman 12 54 Vi"Annorlo '' 3.5 00 G All Ar_ HM Jackson started on the JV two years which becoming five too ladies confident should and start.deciding the four, the coach says.A .
    Dec. 1.2, in Jasper In the Simmon. 12 S'4"K.ndra 5.' 00
    G AA.2nd Ta.m ago, averaged 9.1 points
    per game "I really feel we have nine tough district slate awaits the
    Hamilton Butter' ...
    County Invitational. Next 12 5'7" 7.5' ,
    AA 2nd Ta.m that year Aurilla Williams becamea
    Tuesday, Dec. 5, the regular season Evotto Covlngton 12 *'0" '.1 ,.. C AA 2nd Ta.m varsity starter midway through starters. A problem for me will be Lady Tornadoes. Gainesville High
    giving time to each with Nicole Welcome and Ocala
    opens against old nemisis Ocala Rhonda Bright 12 51" '.3 ,... F January last year. "
    player, says Coach Slater. Vanguard with Felicia Lavan will be
    Vanguard, down in Ocala, with Arhova Wllllami 12 S'S" 2." 00 G.' Dana Norman Anette Simmonsand
    games at 6 and 7:30: p.m. Next Latara Jockton. II S'7" ".2 5.1 F Monika Williams are excellent "Usually you have your starters district contenders. Both school
    and, if you're lucky, a couple of have excellent coaches In Sandra
    Thursday, Dec. 7, BHS opens its Monika Wllllami 11 5'6"Aurllla It." 00 G All Ar.a outside shooters as well as good
    players you can call on to come off Hoover at GHS and Bill Lavan at
    home schedule Gainesville Wllllami 10 5'11"
    against 7.' ',3 C drivers to the hoop. Rhonda Bright, the bench to
    help carry the game. OV, Slater says. :

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    wrestlers open the 1989-90 125:: Steve McElfoy;In his first c+I w
    season at 6 p.m. tomorrow (Friday, year of varsity competition.
    Dec.l) at home against Gainesville 130: Joel Jacobsen, 11, 12-8 last
    Eastside. year and a district runner-up. t
    The 89-90 wrestlers lack depth, 135: Eddy Siegmund, 12, 8-5 last ,,s.,: J t'1 t' tr
    says Coach Brett Purdy, and will be season and second place in the !1u
    hard put to match the 88.89 record of district tournament. ,
    13-1 and district runner-up. 140: John O. Williams, 11. 20-2-1
    Plus, the injury bug,a knee injury, last year and district champion. r
    a pulled groin, and a neck injury, 145: Brad Hamilton, 11, 18-3 last -.
    has already hit in preseason mat- year and district champion. iVk J .
    ches, said Coach Purdy, who had a 152: Kevin Snow, 11, in his second
    bloody eye Tuesday from par year and up from the JV team. ,
    ticipating in round robin practice 160: Raymond Trimble, 11, in his
    matches, in which the wrestlers third year of wrestling.
    match-up, then rotate to take on a 171: To be filled. Coach Purdy is J
    still looking. : "
    different opponent."If .
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    we can keep everybody 189: Phillip Crawford, 10,in his se- .
    healthy we have the potential and cond year and up from the JV.
    ability to do well," says Coach Pur- 220: Holland Shafer, 12, 20-3 last .' ,
    year and district champion. Shafer '
    dy.The strength will be in the light Is team captain for the second year. 1"
    and middle ranges, from 130-160 275 or heavy weight: Gary <
    pounds, plus the heavy weights,says Brewer 11, 5-7 last year and in his t ;
    Coach Purdy, beginning his third third year of wrestling. .J -<"
    year as BHS wrestling coach after Other team members expected to r
    coming here from Eastside High in see action are Kwambea Strong, 130
    Gainesville. BIIS was 7-5-1 year pounds and up from the JV; Timmy Round-Robin...

    before There last i is potential and 13-2 last to have season.another Taylor, 145; Issac Williams 160; BUS wrestler are shown drilling for the new season In a"Round Robin" drill The drill can get rough Head Coach Brett Purdy got a bloody note dining I'
    Jeremy Trimble, 152 and from
    good record but the BHS wrestlerswill up In which competitor: go one'on'one a.the other watch In a circle. Tuesday'.di-UU.
    the JV, and Andy! Johns, 125.
    have to be lucky as well as good,
    says Coach Purdy.
    Top returnees are:
    Brad Hamilton, 11, a district
    champion at 145 and a state qualifierlast
    year who posted an 18-3 In- PYORT1PAPEW1f
    dividual record. i
    John O. Williams, 11, 20-2-1 last
    year, a district champion at 140
    pounds who had his losses in the
    regional tournament.
    Rolland Shafer, 12, the team cap- '
    tain and district champion last year I ?
    at 220 pounds. --
    Expected to wrestle in each division
    Friday are:
    103 pounds: Randy Waldron, 10.
    112: Josh Crawfordll, 15-4 last
    year and a district runner-up.
    119: Jeremy Crawford, 19, in his
    first year of varsity competition. ,

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    from 9AAnother newcomer is..Sam I $j It1

    Johnson a senior point guard, the
    position in which the team needs the
    most help, says Coach Cummings
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    Donnie Francis and Reggie Sheffield gmjj.
    ,just out after football,will also
    play point guard.
    "We slipped up on some people
    last season," says Coach Cummings count I'
    but he doesn't expect that to :y 'I'
    happen this year. .'
    Clay High, an old rival, has been '
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    High of Gainesville is now a memberof ,
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    tough competition. "" { .: '
    Despite being inexperienced at
    point guard,the BHS five has a lot of
    potential Coach Cummings thinks. 'cteraptjThe
    The team will probably start slow,
    with the players just out from foot-
    ball, the coach says.

    The goal, Coach Cummings says, ; .' .
    is to be playing good basketball after '', .

    the Christmas break. Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven 'I,
    BHS good depth with seven let-
    termen returning. Except for point
    guard Coach Cummings feels com else
    fortable with the BHS five. Something you can't buy anywhere
    Over-all, the 89-90 BHS five will bea
    carbon copy of last year's team-
    fast, quick, players who can jump
    and with the scoring being spread in the world.
    around which is a decided advan-

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    off-night shooting, he adds.
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    Buchholz added, Coach Cummings
    says. BHS lost in overtime last year
    to Gainesville High in the district
    tournament. Buchholz, Ocala I
    Vanguard, and GHS will again be

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    I "Real Jobs in the Real World" Theme Comes True in New Program

    Mark Friedlln dances and cookouts with other
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    unique new Job placement West's success at Bradford _
    1" I program for retarded citizens Is Furniture and the SSPS pro-
    proving to be a real success gram Is all the more remarkable
    story here In Bradford County. when you consider how far he
    Just ask Tommy West. has progressed to achieve his

    West a 24-year-old employeeat goals.
    Bradford Furniture CompanyIn "12 years ago Tommy was In
    Starke. Is working fulltlme fora Sunland (a large. Institutionalized -
    fulltlme paycheck performs at home for retarded citizensrun
    the same level as other by the state) and no one
    employees at the company and would have dreamed that he r,
    socializes easily with his fellow would ever have the chance to rL.
    employees."This have a realob."Shea said. "Now
    Is a big success story for through his progression here at
    both Tommy and his employers Sunshine Industries and then
    ," says Jane Shea Coordinator continuing at his new job. i
    for "Sunshine Specialized Tommy's eventual goal Is to live
    Placement Services" (SSPS) completely Independently. He is
    headquartered at the Sunshine also working on his GED (High r
    Industries Complex In Starke. School diploma) and has Im-
    "Tommy has proven to be a proved his own condition In al-
    model employee In every respect most every aspect compared to
    always on time a very what it was before."

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    ....1.28 TELEGRAPH TIMES.MONITOR: SECTION No\ember 30,1989 I

    After Car Accident

    Former Police Officer Dies of Heart Attack ChiropracticCenter '

    Mack Lane Sibley died Tuesday, W. Rambach. Sibley's 1970 Ford left Police Department, then Lt. Sibley, force, ought reinstatement but in OVER 700 INSURANCE Dr. V.A.. Beny
    Nov 28,following an apparent heart the roadway traveling 30mph, was fired in June, 1984 following a October.1964 agreed to a settlementwith COMPANIES ACCEPTED
    attack he suffered in his vehicle knocking down a fence before strik- investigation of the the city which included his .AUTO ACCIDENTS .WORK INJURIES
    ";Iturday ing a tree, said Trooper Rambach.The department. Although Sibley was retirement from the force in return LOW BACK PAIN
    vehicle suffered minimal not named in the report, the chief of for full back pay and benefits. HEADACHE .
    sibley's vehicle was found Nov. 25 damage from the accident. Sibley police blamed Sibley for several Best remembered for his involve- -NECK &ARM PAIN LEG PAININUl\1BNESS
    ,"x miles north of Lake Geneva after 51, was flown by TRAUMA I to police investigations which had been ment with the recreation depart-- -MID-BACK/SHOULDER PAIN CONTROL
    I it went through a fence and struck: a University Hospital where he under mishandled. Sibley maintained his ment Softball teams including CunnIngham -
    tree Sibley left home at 9:10: a.m.on went surgery Sunday with his condi- innocence and called the whole affair Gulf, SOl Quick Stop, Brett HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE
    < R.315 After passing the intersection tion listed as critical. He died Nov. "a damn railroad job and Jerry Sibley was at one time I
    he suffered an apparent heart 28.A coach for the American Legion 964-8018
    'I'tack according to Trooper John former officer with Starl" Sibley, a 12-year veteran of the baseball team. I
    864 N. Temple Starke (Across from Pizza Hut) :

    Lake Geneva Woman

    In StarkeA

    33-year-old Lake Geneva woman
    who sicced her dog on arresting of- I 000/0
    ficers at a motel in Starke Monday 12 2 le
    night faces drug charges.
    Following a 'tip' of drug dealing
    and drug use at the Sunshine Motel SATISFACTION
    u> 8:30: p.m. Nov. 27, officers went to TM
    the room where they found Lauren GUARANTEED .
    Faltz Mattox. While officers were
    talking to her she was attempting to
    hide a crack pipe under the bed, ac- IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED,
    cording to Major W.C. Reno. Mattox NEITHER ARE WE!
    rhen tried to run to her car where
    !Reno' grabbed her. Mattox sicced ,__ WE WILL REPLACE ANY
    :per large dog on Reno who was bit- ITEM YOU ARE NOT
    en on the inner thigh.As Mattox attempted .
    prehended by Major Reno, Lt. K. R. STARKE YOUR PURCHASE PRICE.
    470 WEST
    Hinds, Jr. and Patrolman Susan
    Wilkerson. The again went for
    he officers but both dog and Mattox
    were restrainted and Mattox was
    !placed under arrest.
    One piece of crack was found on
    Mattox and two pieces of crack were SALUTING OUR
    found in the motel room as well as -
    several. items of drug paraphernalia. -

    Mattox was charged with ten
    paraphernalia, two counts of ag- .
    gravated battery of a law enforce- ) MANAGERS
    ment officer, two counts of possession STORE
    of a controlled substance -
    ,ack, two counts of resisting arrest
    ithout violence, said Reno. Bond

    I',.s'SP set at CO 12500.ArrestedOn "THi MEN & WOMEN THAT GET THE JOB DONE! II

    arrested 25-year-old Drug last ChargesA correctional week for solicting officeris THEY ARE WORKING TO GIVE YOU THE

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    ney to deliver marijuana to in-

    itiates.i.obert Church was charged Nov. LOWEST TOTAL POOP BILL!
    .2 with possession of marijuana and
    :soliciting! to introduce contrabandinto
    a state institution, according to
    ?lorida State

    ment Brian Law Gross Enforcement and Prison Florida Investigator Agent Depart-Paul -STOCK UP WITH THESE EVERYDAY LOW PRICED CANNED GOODS-

    Church, who was staying on the Thrifty Maid 'r_ Ma-id. Thrifty Maid
    prison grounds but has a Macclenney -
    address, was charged during an 16-oz 16-oz FRESHIhriMU1d
    ongoing Investigation by the Department I .' 20-oz. SLICED. CRUSHED. 16-oz. CREAM STYLE- f/lflfj'lI A rdsid Ilrltn PEELED TOME SHELLED """",
    of Corrections. An informant TIDBiTS CORN 16oz. WHOLE BLACKEYE PEAS
    was used for the drug pickup and ar- _, or 6-oz TOMATO PASTE' KERNEL CORN 16-ot CUT BEETS ,
    est which was a combinedeffoit.- JJ"; .II' r 16-oz. MEDIUM PEAS'" HWHOLE. BEETS 15-oz. TOMATO SAUCE .16-oz CUT GREEN 16-oz, MIXEDVEGETABLES Yl\-M- !lJ
    OOC and FDLE.
    fa BEANS
    Church had been the subject of in- \"-:\fv\ :: 16-oz. LARGE PEAS Hl-oz. !MANDARIN 16-oz. SLICED CARROTS 16oz. CUT SWEET 16-01 SMALL WHOLE
    estigation for some time. Accor- ORANGES POTATOES WHITE POTATOES
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    "hurch out of the institution due to
    lis drug involvement."The TN1eid
    arrest was a bonus for us and S $ I C
    ,;hurch became very cooperative
    after his arrest," said Gross.A .
    quarter of a pound of marijuana
    md$500 was confiscated during the CANS EA.
    arrest,said Gross. <= > FOR FORCANS U
    Church remains in the custody of
    the Duval County Jail with bond setn
    excess of$100,000. -

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    ArrestedFor The juvenile said he shared the windshield and steering wheel column Griffin Is being detained under a transported to jail. Bond was set at while license suspended a Bradford
    money with Lisa Greene.Greene 21, said Feltner. Damage was ..$25,000 bond.Recent. $250. he was released on his own County charge. He was ROB on the
    BurglaryTwo was arrested Nov. 29 and awaits listed at$1,045. recognizance (ROR). Bradford charge.
    arrests were made after a first appearance. The case remains under Investigation. -
    VCR and coins were taken from a ArrestsIn Johnel McCray was arrested Nov. Sammy" Bobble Thompson 10,was
    residence at 101 North St. in Starke.An Car Reported Stolen 26 for aggravated assault,according arrested Nov. 21 for possession and
    adult and a Juvenile have been Recovered i'. StarkeA Lake Butler Man Bradford CountyThe to Patrolmen Wayne !UlOID and tale of cocaine, according to
    Bond set
    called Wilkinson.
    were Patrolman was
    grand theft Arrested For RapeA following arrests were made Cheryl
    and conspiracy to commit burglary vehicle belonging to an by local authorities in Bradford to fight at 524 Cherry St.where Mc-' at$5,000 be remains custody.
    according to Patrolmen Mack Short employee of Winn Dixie was not in 30-year-old Lake Butler man County. Cray was arrested. He was ROR.
    and Wayne Wilkinson. the lot where she had left it Sundaybut was arrested Saturday several Traffic Arrests
    The I&- ear-cld male juvenile said was later found. hours after a female said she had Alonzo Livingstone Purdom 55 Ronald Stephen Cobb 28. of Ronald Walter Gulley, 20, was arrested -
    they planned the theft together. He The vehicle was found Nov. 28 by been raped. was arrested Nov. 26 for disorderlyconduct Lawtey was arrested Nov. 22 for Nov.25 for DWLS.accordingto
    said he entered the home Nov. 28 an abandoned house at Pratt and Lorenzo Griffin was charged Nov. and Intoxication, accordingto failure to pay child support from Patrolmen Gerald Hayes. Gulley
    after asking to use the bathroom and Myrtle Sts.,according to Patrolman 25 with sexual battery, according to Deputy Anderson Holland. Marlon County, according to Lt. was topped for a beadute out. He
    unlocked the back door before leav- Jerry Feltner. Extensive damage to Sheriff Jerry Whitehead. The alleg- Deputies were called to a domestic David Aderholt. Cobb may purge by was released after a $250 cash bond
    ing. He later returned and stole the the 1986 Camaro was reported in- ed incident occurred at 1:30 a.m. In distrubance at a residence where paying $567. He was also chargedwith was posted.
    Magnavox VCR which he sold for cluding the front grill tire and rim the vicinity of Pops Pool Hall in Purdom was arrested and failure to appear for driving
    $30. The VCR has been recovered. on the passenger's side, a smashed Lake Butler. Dee Norman Pernell 20, was arrested -
    Nov. 21 for failure to appear
    for no valid driver's license accor-
    ding to Lt.Aderholt.Bond was set at
    130.25,be was ROR.

    Mike T. Mullan.! 28, was arrested
    Nov. 22 for DWES, according to
    Chief John Hodges.He was released
    after a $215.25 surety bond was

    wGOO'RESERVED._...__,__ 1 James William Page, 28, of
    I Lawtey was arrested Nov. 23 for
    .'' s e/ z PRICES GOODTHURS.WED.
    r / iy driving under Influence accordingto
    Patrolman Mack Short. He was
    NOV. 30-DEC. 6, 1989 released after a $500 cash bond was

    Tannell Benjamin Curtis 35, of
    Alachua was arrested Nov. 21 for
    DWLS,according to Patrolman Gor-
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    PREMIUM GRADE S don Smith. He was released after a
    WeD BRAND U.S. CHOICE $215.25 surety bond was posted.

    SELECT LEAN CENTER CUT Jeffery Scott Locke 27, was ar-
    WHOLE or RIB HALF rested Nov. 21 for refusing to sign a
    traffic citation, according to

    PORK LOIN CHUCK ROAST( Patrolman after a $2SO bond He was was posted.released

    Charged Gainesville In TheftA Man

    Gainesville man has been charged -
    with theft In Lake Butler after he
    tried to sell a $4,000 truck for$400.
    Thomas Eagle was charged with
    L II. grand theft-auto and trafficking in
    stolen property,according to Sheriff
    ae as Jerry Whitehead. Eagle had been in
    the custody of authorities in Tif ton,
    GA. He was returned to Alachua
    County were the theft took place in
    SLICED 1887. Eagle Is now in custody of
    LB LB. Union County under a $10,000 bond.
    reDa.w FREE The attempted sale was made to an
    FOOD undercover officer with the sheriff's
    strwtrrs department, said Whitehead.

    ) PORK LOIN . La $157 l CHUCK STEAK . ta Vy: I FHP Continue Troopers License,

    Vehicle Inspections

    ; BUTT BONELESSHAMS W-D Bradford County
    ConmiunitvSlate The Florida Highway Patrol will
    PORK ROAST M conducting driver license and
    h STEDNA'NI II Bank vehicle Inspection checkpoints durIng -
    S oTSIarlie the week of Dec.1 through Dec.7
    7 \
    M SR-21, SR-100. SR-230 SR-18
    THESE SERVICES : JR-16, CR-18. :R-le, CR-2IB.
    Checking Daveter't Checks CR-125. CR-231
    CR-225, CR-229
    LB. LB. LB..VKD Savings Account CmM Card Applications: CR-227.CR-221,CR-230 and CR-100A
    r r Loan Applications Money(Man LEAN MEATY
    ofDeposit MgM DepotMory
    PORKSPARERIBS W-D COOKED 99 LINK SMOKED' the danger presentedto
    $147 $ Accounts NotaryPuMc the public by defective vehicle
    . Ld. HAM . . v( SAUSAGE. . $$8 0 equipment, Troopers will concen-
    FARMSTEAD BONELESS MON.-WEDi .._.. trate their efforts on vehicles being
    WD REGULAR HICKORY SWEET FRESH HAM ROAST THURSaFW. operated with defects such as bad
    rlsflc $158 $297 SATURDAY 8 am-2 am. BHnIi brakes, worn tires and defective
    BOLOGNA or FRANKS / SLICED BACON is or STEAK u. lighting equipment. In addition attention -
    will be directed to drivers

    FRESH' MARKET UNTRYRECIPE$|77 ROCKING M $ 79 BOSTON BUTT $1 67 laws who would of Florida.violate the driver license

    GROUND SAUSAGE u SMOKED SAUSAGE iKa PORK STEAKS u The Patrol has found these checkpoints
    to be an effective means of en-
    HARVEST forcing the equipment and driver
    license laws of Florida while Insuring
    pRiCE EVERYDAY the protection of all motorists.
    i Union County

    PRODUCENature The Florida Highway Patrol will
    be conducting driver license and
    vehicle inspection checkpoints during I
    the week of Dec. I through Dec.7 '
    S Nature makes the produce. on SR-lOOl SR-UIJ.R-23I. SR-241,
    WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. : CR-337, CR-229
    a I a a CR-125, CR-231A, CH-MA and CR-
    7MA in Union County.

    HARVEST FRESH Fair Association

    I BROCCOLI Wants MembersDuring
    .5. the holidays like
    a strange time to be :thinking;about
    c89 the county fair which is
    time event but for the Brae
    : : County Fair Association (BCFA) it
    BUNCH round Job.
    BCFA invites you to become In-
    1 L volved. your opinions and ideas are
    welcome and necessary to ensure a
    HARVEST FRESH better Fair each and every year.
    LETTUCEHEAD enough and entitles you to attend the
    PEPPERIDGE FARM $ 59 : annual Fair Association Dinner.The
    LIQUID DISH ,SUPERBRAND $ 38 .. | .: annual membership fee is$3 andyou ,
    JOYDETERGENT ORANGE JUICE G1 LAYER CAKES :&. : y, will be issued a membership card.
    If INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED SLICED Checks may be made to Bradford
    'SUPERBRAND $ 39 BANQUET County:Fair" Association and mailed
    12 CHEESE FOOD POT PIES .' ,Route 1,Box 515,Lake Butler

    Fl Q1 PILLSBURY VINNIE'S .... FLORIDA 32064.Fair premium booklets are In the
    4 FRESH I
    BTU BISCUITS . :a 99 PIZZAS' ,01 CUCUMBERS available process 01 by being the first printed of the and year will for be

    THRIFTY MAIDSLICED TH MAID ,t distribution. If you are Interested in
    STEWED CHOC O CHARM SHOESTRING O $100" placing an ad (either personal orbusiness
    58 99C POTATOES 23 ) in the book please contact
    TOMATOES..t3. . . GAL ft $100 the T.'lf rapfi.



    LARGE WHITE CATFISHFILLETS ou5 RED Local residents who are interested
    Wl WILL NOT p I $399KNOWINGLY' la a Nursing Assistant Course in

    SHRIMP APPLES . .. .'t.: Starke this Spring (beginning
    UNDERSOLD ''USA'' January t) should contact the Santa
    .nd. nglatcnd. ptwnractett.your BOSCorRARTLETT C. \ Fe Community 'College Andrews
    :Co. pmeripUon flll 4 white you HSHERMANS $599 $219 68 Center. :
    ::: ",. : PEARS LL.wso.nyaaa.n.oFMappor.dpWltrprwtodwp4' The six week noncredit course Is
    .'Vta Mevpt PCS, NPA 8ftCllIIEDICAID.nd .many 01....... FRESH SEAFOOO LB. LB.' designed to develop a degree of skill I.:. _
    >CompuMrtaMf prescription....... HARVEST for nurses aides that will/meet nurs.i:;:'
    fRESN YELLOWUNIONS. C standards. Graduates '-"
    .i i Fr..rtFe.n._*Mlly............,....|ut bring In SUM WHOLE $199 YELLOW Flip $99 : .'" SI g 9" .i o.wesldbebeeane Certified Nursing

    your rafHWM*pntcttpOom..and., phy lcl n and take COT a If he ortals. Law. ry
    The cost of the Includes approximately
    I WO,which applicai ;
    ,'' lion, tuition lab fees and book. ;
    Applicants must take the TABE :
    Thanks lor Shopping Winn-Dixie. "q". teat at the" Bradford-Union VoTechjCeFor ::
    i: more Information, please call ::

    .i._the SFCC Andrews Canter 964-5382. .a, Ili{j

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    Job EUREKA


    I Program...
    i tys GRAND
    i from page 1BIronically

    the success of
    Tommy and others like him is OPENING
    t depleting the number of special *yi
    citizens who take advantage of .
    .. the employment programs DECEMBER 1, 1989
    .. available at Sunshine Indus-
    / tries. This Is not such a bad 6.5 Amp ESF Motor
    .. .. problem to have according to Carpet Height
    ... /- because demonstrateshow y
    /. c ... Shea it AdjustmentTopFill
    much the opportunities for t BagVlbraGroomer
    special citizens have been ex- L II*
    J panded here. She also knows.
    :: Cult Cleaning
    however that there are many DAL.*
    -,-- + In
    ., special citizens In the commu-
    nity right now who are not tak-
    ing advantage of the chance for awaw $9999SAVE
    advancement at Sunshine In-
    dustries or through the SSPS

    I II program."We're looking for more clients." $70 1p
    Shea says. We want more clU&ePapSB -

    I the Classifieds I A w 11


    Purple Gator c

    Softsoap Enterprises Inc. Is voluntarily _

    Western WearHwy recalling SAVE
    arr $20 ++ a..l sls.
    Street Detangler.
    7 Fl. Oz. Sesame
    301 South Starke 964-4809 \, 8 GALLON WET/DRY
    -rs Tool S < 'rN
    : a Plec*
    T -._. Wont Rust or Coood
    = $5999
    .aJ 4.0 Amp Motor
    LEVI JACKETS 20% OFF : Carpel rtetahtAdjuctmenf SELF-PROPELLED
    HATS 20% OFF Edge KlMfwr* ..7.5A/r41E.cP'motor
    a n Mater MIGHTY Rupa""' Heg1I
    If you have purchased the Poor Brush Roll .CadMf CofdRnml
    TEXAS MAGIC FLEX BOOTS $$59.95 7 Fl. Oz. Sesame Street Detangler with the followinglot Top Loading Dlipouble Large MITE .DiMBqStangiimlMAISMVtoSwmiir
    numbers, return the product directly to the Dust Capacity Bag CANISTE Moon m*"Big System
    rfr) nearest Wal-Mart store or send to: X6999: .S26999
    : Inc. $5999
    Enterprises .
    j s rfrf 1 O P..Y M P. ..
    Monday Saturday,
    rfrf Recall Committee h Ow
    Product SAVE$40 : =e SAVE 1100
    ; 9 a.m. til 6 p.m.LayAways rfff 134 Columbia Court South
    ffr Chaska, MN 55318 STARKE VACUUM & SEWING CENTER1252E
    cg Y/SA
    RECALLED LOT NUMBERS: South Walnut St. 301 Plaza
    11029A 11039A 11069A Starke, FL 32091
    Welcome 11029B 11039B 11069B Phone:964-6131
    Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9-6

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    Winn-Dixie 470 W. MADISON

    Phone Numbers '
    TM Pharmacy

    964-6757 'I

    964-8823 i

    Full Service, High Qualify and Low, Low Prices .


    ; Open 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Computerized

    Monday through prescription records

    Cup F Saturday. Closed Including printouts fort
    and redeem the coupon Sundays. Have your Insurance claimns and

    below, and make the prescriptions filled while income tax purposes.

    marketplace your T you shop! Ask about'our full line

    pharmacy. Our qualified fe-i / State licensed and of FDA approved quality .

    registered pharmacists. generic drugs.Prescriptions, .
    people are ready to serve ou! =
    We accept Medicaid, are easily

    workman's comp, transferrable. Just bring
    rrrr rr. rrr
    -- insurance cards refillable
    : your
    (JVinn-IXxie- ) t including PPC, PCS, prescription and we'll

    : SPECIAL OFFER! Marketplace' NPA, Blue Cross Blue contact your physician .

    Shield, Medimet and and take care of all the

    .: of others. details: .1

    OR PEPSI PRODUCT 2412oz. CANS) ,
    emu.oooo TMM FUMUAJIV i,mo.YOU'RE ,
    be undersold!

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    Jobs Placement Program... from page 48 I

    The goal for Shea and fellow tries in Starke is to place as
    zens here to take advantage of chance to develop as fully as
    what we have to offer them here. possible for people who were coordinator Robert Ellerson at many Individuals. as possible in I
    It's certainly no dead end. It's a once rcnisirlcitrd! unemployable. their offices at Sunshine Indus- See Page 138
    real chance to better their livesIn -- ..-
    .'r them- -- --- ---- -
    Oee a way that serves
    selves and their community."
    The statistics are in place to
    back up Shea's assertions. CONDITION
    Supported workers are earning .
    well over an average of$100 per
    week as opposed to the $23 per
    r week average earned In shel- YOUR :
    tered workshops. Nationally
    supported employment pro-
    grams cost one third less than
    traditional programs. Add to I
    this the Tact that supported em-
    ployees are tax-paying citizens WATERI I
    who are no longer totally de-
    pendent on government programs f I
    and you have the mak- I
    ings of a real on-going success WiTHOUTi
    Other local companies who are
    participating by hiring sup- E-Z i
    ported workers Include Denny's ,
    Taco Bell. Tatum Lumber River-
    side Uniform and Starke Uni- WHEELS :
    3 Y form companies. SOAKED
    d "Management in these compa- 1320, Temple Ave.
    nies Is excited and ready to go Starke
    on this program."Shea says.'We 964-7783 I I I
    are very grateful for their sup-
    are port and getting encouragement their employees and we Buy.We Here Finance Pay Here JUST $690I ,,,''' I II

    ready with training right now. I I
    This Is JUST I
    an on-going program ARRIVED I
    I I 1
    that is exciting to work on be- 82 OLDS CUTLASS CIERA 1I
    cause of the tremendous sup- I MONTH I
    port we have found here in this 4 Dr.. 1 Owner. $595 Dn. I !i iI
    community." 85 Nissan Datsun Pickup- Right now.get frwvety belt wow conditioner I .
    "Real Jobs In the Real World" Clean $595! Dn. I for o very small pric* Just(6 90 per month I
    for:3 months pim installation Call Culligan 1
    That is Shea's slogan for the 86 Ford Escort- Dr., 1 today about tha limited time tnol offer
    SSPS program and that Is exactly 1 1I
    what it offers. Sporty. Automatic Above I
    SSPS is a not-for-profit pro- Average $595 Dn. I 1-800-342-9084 II
    gram which offers people with 84 Ford Ranger Pick Up I
    developmental disabilities the I ,
    Runs Perfectly $595 Dn.
    chance' hold real Jobs in the
    real world and includes job 83 Pontiac ParrisanThis I
    analysis a careful matching of Car Must Be Seen, $595 I a/vu I I II
    the worker to the Job on the Job Dn. I I '
    training and long term supportfor
    the employee.Most L.Z.
    of all, according to Shea
    it means self-respect and a




    ( Students Include Top KHHS"
    &BHS Team Members

    $10 per Hour Y+ '
    Ask for Market 964-6305 or 4734380READ y c art

    Save on the one gift people love to open all year!



    A $429


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    J t A. "Cheers"
    AUTHORIZED SALE .3 ,. Reclina-Rocker<>recliner

    or Reclina-Waywall chair

    FRIDAY, DEC. 1st AND SAT. DEC. 2nd ONLY ; e I tI Appropriately named this
    transitional recliner
    bring loads of holiday cheer
    Crapps Motor Company of Lake City has been selected by # 3i with pillow its headrest extra deep Treat and

    Nissan 'Corporation of America to have a 2 day factory A >' I f yourself to the very best in

    authorized sale. You can save thousands of dollars on new t;, t comfort and style!

    Nissan Sentras and Hardbody Pick Ups, 2 wheel & 4 wheel '

    drive, Pathfinders. This previously unannounced factory sale r ;t Itt' ,,, ',*\ '

    starts I Friday, Dec. 1, 9:00 am until Saturday, Dec. 2nd : ,

    6:00 pm. This sale has not been advertised prior to today to -.

    allow the public an :equal chance to take part in these ., .

    tremendous sayings. No dealers.or wholesalers allowed.,
    Example of 4 Dr. Sentra
    0NS31 1089 Manufacturers Suggested Retail
    15 To Chooao From $1z llioo
    At Comparable Saving JL1JL 4 ORE f.

    Automatic PS.PB.AC.AM/FM
    Stereo Cassette

    +al i99o O To Choose From You Pay ?8900
    ,At Comparable Savings Only
    Manufacturers Suggested Retail rr
    ; t l'r l .
    & 80N154 k { t ia' B."New Generation"Reclina-Rocker
    9,149 Flardbody Reg. Cats sF : > a w rs.b t 1 recliner or Reclina-Way wall chair
    l +,. > A casual,contemporary style chair for
    Spd.. Carpeting, Cloth Seats 4 H. luxurious seating and reclining comfort.
    Brakes,,RH '
    P. Mirror >> Q .

    6j9221 : recliner B."Suburban"or Ueclina-WaywaU IteclFr.a-hccker: chair 1$3 q 9

    Onlyy TraRRitiorta) itylin'g! I.(,.hat's stately; back.SALE .....
    being tufted. pillow\( 1

    CRAPPS' Motot Company Call'sLJ!11 Li j L- !t.DENMARK, FURNI F VRE

    Cadi Iiac'OIdsmobilo-Pontiac-Nissan ENMARK'1' +j 434 W. Call St/41. .W. NEW STORE HOURS.
    Hwy 90 West- Lake City 752-5050 Starke U;: L!:T Madison St.'Stafk FL 8-5:30

    f 1r.60Q-428-2277 1-90 -752-5050 WI".DI.t.. Xcrott from Wlnn-Obd Mitpfa. Monday-Friday. i .
    0 084.5826.084-5827 '
    ; 8. 1
    I This Factory Authorized Sale la for a days only at Grappa Motor Co.Lake City.Florida I.J '
    'It' Can yyoXttUrai Vtnmarfj' Saturday



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    I Bradford Land Sales in May Decline After Previpus Highs I .

    May Land Sales Dropped to Ronnie C. Davis to William S. and Inc. to William L Mull tract E'lriNWV loan M. Schon, lot 29 River Bend Arthur A.and Marjorie F.Pratt to Hazel Lee Silcox to Lowell S.
    $1.5 7.838. down from $2.5 million in Norma E. Beale, 2.50' acres In NEV4 section 25, TBS. R22E, $5,400. Estates lots
    ,WH of SWVi section 20,ITS, Martin K.and Joan E.: Hoffman, lot Vickery and Douglas P. Hardy
    April and down from $1.828 million section 22, TSS, R22E $10,300. Jack Courtnay and Associates R21E, $7,000.Hazel 2, block 1, Pinebreeze. $48,000. 12,13 and 14,block 12 Temple's Addition
    in May of last year. Ronnie C. Davis to Roland D. and Inc. to Jorene D. W. Soose, lot G ofan Waldren, guardian of Sampson Lake to Town of Starke, section .28,
    No nig sales were recorded Ir Margaret D. Ingram, Ontario, unrecorded subdivision in section Erneitlna B. McRae to Scott Anderson Ernest D. and Yvonne L.Murphy, T6S, R22E.
    May. Only one transaction exceeded Canada 2.75 acres In NEVi of NW V4, 24, TBS, R22E, 9300. 11.6 acre in W% of NWVi. sec lot 23, Deerfoot Trail In fractional
    the $100,000 mark: Elton Ward sold section 22, T5S R22E, $13,500. Jack Courtnay and Associates, tion 23, T6S, R21E, $5,000. BBPtln 3. T7S, R21E, $12,500. See Pap 138
    the automobile repair shop property Charles E. Dingmon to G. Ronnie Inc. to John S. and Elizabeth M. Frances and Delates Meng to RitaM.
    on South Walnut Street and South and Sandra R. Blackwell, lots 30 and Poch. lots H and I, ARI Woods, .Meng lot 5 of lands in N ys section -
    Thompson Street to Walter T. Orton 31, Lake Sampson Villas in frac- $14,980. 25, T7S, R21E, $12,000.Kendall FOREMOST ** PRIicE WisE
    for 111000. tional section 4, T7S, R21E, $34,000.W. Jack Courtnay and Associates, and Juanita Mobley to a Slllo
    Values of transactions are figured C. and Mary H. Emery to Inc. to Stephen G. Dodge, two tractsIn formic D. and Janice L. Walker, 4 1 ___1 Price
    from the amount of documentary Darlene E. Kraus, parcel in section NWV section 25, T8S, R22E, acre parcel in SEV4 of NEVi,section Suut
    tax stamps affixed to deeds recorded 36, TBS, R22E, lying west of Geneva $25,300. 5, T6S. R22E, $13,500.' combine to bring you 11/30
    in the office of the County Clerk in Lake Estates, $12,500. Steve W. and Norvetha Jenkins to Hoyi C. Murphy to Vernon H. and LOWER PRICES!
    the courthouse. Only sales in excess Susan M. Faulkner Patrick Roosevelt Bright and Lorraine Florence M. Simms lot 13, Bream- .... ...
    of$1 000 are considered. Lawrence H. Patrick and Darrel in of wood ':':" :":" """""" :' :: ':'::::-
    of unrecorded :
    Boyd parcel SWV4 SWV4 Point an plat in : ;:: :
    Sales for the month follow: O'Neal to Elizabeth Wade 3.35 acres SEV4 west of SR-225 in section 25, fractional section 4, T7S, R21E, :::::""N" :'::HOUSE: ::::;*6:::::::SPECIALS: ;; :::: :1i'I'.5' :::WEEK: : ::::::
    Gene D. Adams to Shirley J. Norman partly In NEV4 of NEV4 of SWV4 and T5S, R22E, $7,000. 15000.
    parcel in tract 1-C of "Mount partly in NW V of NEVt of SW V4,section Kevanie Corporation and Paul T. Barbara L. Murwln to Thomas f ?J i re 1 1 11111111 1 1 111 1111 1111j1 111111 I1111111111 g 111 1 i

    Pleasant Barbara on S.Silver Noble Lake"to David, $5,000.L. and Joseph 34, T6S J., R22E Ferda$11, James W. and Collins Mary Company Jacqueline to David Gardner William, Whaley Woodlawn, Tampa section part 19, TSS of ,lot R22E 29,, :.: Q .: ,..................:.......:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::9: ":.:.:.:.:.:.:.ltl :.:...:

    Tammie L. Peters, parcel in Stt of Shelton, parcel in NEV4 of SEV4,sec- parcels in NE Vt of NEV4 and SEV4 ofNEV4 $3,000. Ios' : ( tr.g&rJ; l J j jmj 1 j j j j m j m! :gj9.ij;m j j W j jm!
    SWV4,section 35, T5S,R22E 33000. tion 35, T7S, R22E, $35,000. section 2, T6S, R20E, $65,000. Ronald E., Sr.. and Mary Jean : 1 :

    James to L.Susan and Shirley Dugger Neill lot Andrews IS-, Welch Hazel and Freeman Associates to ,Particle Inc., 1.13 B. representative Lucille J. to Godwin the estate personal of Lola Newman Albritton to, Marvin lots 21 C., 22 and and Candi 23 S., .:.:.:.:.,:E: GRAMExtRADRVGIN:,:;.; :: .......:.:?........:..:::..:.::.:..::.:.:.:.:.:.:..:.:.:.:.::.:.:..::..:::b.::Loir 9. :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..::1SQJ.Hrt T. ..::.::;::.:::.
    Golfview, $9,500. acres In NV4. SEVi, section 33, TVS, Johnson to Otto Wilson II and Keystone Oaks, section 24, TBS, :::: v.; 4to.: .ATt.U.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 1'::::::::::::::: ,R:::::::::::
    Boyd Dean and Karoline M.Bakerto R22E, $1,500.Gerald Teresa a. Wilson .25 acres in lot 2, R22E, $97,500.Shirley .
    Arvil W. and Dorothy R. Shealey Griffis Construction Co., block 5, J.M. Johns Subdivision, D. Norman to Donald W.
    parcel in SE corner of SE V4 of SWtt Inc. to Jack B. and Angela M. $28,000.L. and Daisy E. Fort, lots 5,6,7, 8 and RAY PARRISH BANDWED.
    section 31, T7S R22E, west of Rulevitch, lot 9except east 36 feet) .J.and Audrey Kite to Jack A.or 9, Block 2, Gould Park, section 30, FRI. & SAT.
    SR-325, $15,000.Gerald and east 46.52 feet of lot 10, block 2, Wilda M. Hardy, parcel 28, the S 132' T7S, R22E, $43,000. .,
    D.Barton to Joseph M.and Saratoga Heights, Unit 3, $40,900. Of N 396' Of E 330 of W 660' of NWV4of Marlene K., Richard G. and
    Barbara J. Ghioto, lot 13, block 2, William E. and Gloria A. Griffis to SWVi, section 11, T7S, R21E, Robert G. Norman to John G.
    Keystone Club Estates, Unit 1, Paul David and Belinda K. Yowell, $5,000. Cavagan.Jr. 1 ac. in NWV4 of SWy4, 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGEStarke
    $8,000. 6.98 acres in W'% of SV4 of S'4 of L.J. and Audrey Kite to Robert section 5, TBS, R22E.:, 47700.
    James F. and Betty Bloodworth SEVi section IS, T6S, R22E, 20000. and Virginia Howard lot 15, 1 acre Joseph Charles t'lcaro to HaroldT. 1 Mile North of Starke on US 301
    to Martin L.and Judith R.Duffy,Lot Randall Franklin Merritt, LorettaJ. in SWV4 of NEV4, section 11, TVS, .and Martha Wadsworth,NV4 of
    2 and NV4 lot 3, block C, Blanding Merritt and Homer Franklin R21E, $6,000. SWVi of NEV4, section 1, T6S, R21E. OPEN SEVEN DNS A WEEK
    Subdivision, $20,000. Hart, Jr., to Kevanie Corporation L.J. and Audrey Kite to Richard 48000.
    Robert H. Bradley to James W. Daytona Beach, parcel B in SEV4 of and Ruby Tyler, parcel 9 in NWV4 of ,-
    and Margaret H. Baggett, parcel in NEVi, section 2, T6S. R20E $3,000. SWtt, section 11, T7S, R21E, $6,000.
    SWV4 of NW/4 north of graded road, Henry F. Hodges to William T. L.J. Kite Jr. to James A.
    section 15, T6St, R22E, $31,000. Gnann, 1.06 acres in NWV4 of SEV4, Newman, lot 56 in NWV4 of SWV,
    David W. Brannon to Robert A. section IS, T7S, R22E. $3,000. section 12,T7S, R21E, $15,000.
    and Elizabeth Mathews, parcel No.8 Charles R. and Joyce B. Hut- John Farris Lester to Zedra M.
    of unrecorded plat in SEV of NEVi, cheson to Douglas S. Miller 7.60 and Susan D. Hamilton the NV4 of
    section 10 T7S R22E $3,000.J. acres In SWVi of NWVi, section, 1, the SV4 of SWV4, section 5, T8S,
    Brooks and Helen L. Brown; T6S, R21E, $13,000. R22E $80,500.Longchamp.
    Jack M. and Marilyn R. Courtnay to Larry and Betty: Hoisington to Homes, Inc. to LeonA.
    William W. Linkous, lot 14 Keystone Mac A. Douglas parcel in NEV4 of Williams lot in SWy4 of SWy4
    Oaks South in SWV4 of SEV4,section NEV4, section 22,T6S.R21E.$10,500. section 22, T6S, R22E, 1136.
    13, T8S R22E, $2,500.J. Jack Courtnay and Associates. L.J. Kite Sr. to Alberto J and Col- .
    Brooks and Helen L. Brown;
    Jack M. and Marilyn R.Courtnay to .
    Barbara Anderson lots 9 and 10, .
    Keystone Oaks South in SWVi of
    SEV4 section 13, T8S. R22E, $5,600.J. RYAN'SHardware
    Brooks and Helen L. Brown;
    Jack M. and Marilyn R. Courtnay to .
    William W. Linkous lot 15 Keystone =
    Oaks South in SWV4 of SEV4, section :
    13, TSs, R22E, $2,500.
    Eugene L. and Patricia D. 4i
    Bushnor to Michael and Susan .t1wi
    Schultz lot 12 in an unrecorded platof
    Breamwood subdivision in frac- 4
    tional section 4, TVS R21E, $19,500. -
    Larry C. Brown to Allen Bryant, We have a < '" C':9 ,,
    parcel in Woodlawn,on north side of
    DuPont Mine Road, section 13, T5S,
    Eric L. and Donna L. Carlton to ,
    Donald L. and Patricia
    Starkweather parcel in SV4 of Selection of TELEVISIONS & VCRsREDUCED
    NWVi, east 01 railroad, section 15,
    T6S, R22E, 33200.
    Ralph S. Parr to Donald Lee and
    Marilyn P. Hardenbrook, lots 4 & 5 SCOTCHPINECHRISfMSSTTREES
    of block 2, Dowlings Park Subdivision -
    $22,900.Bertle __
    tor-Bart>araT. -
    Slough lot 24 of Tomwood, an lrt1fft1r Tree:'Price ":"SALE" "
    unrecorded subdivision in section 10, _
    T7S, R22E, $5,000.
    George D., Jr., and JoAnn B. IN STOCK $699.95 $498RCA
    Copeland to Patrick B. Welch and _
    Associates, Inc., parcels 2 & 4 in *
    NWV4 of NWVi, section 13, T6S, I $549.95 $44800
    R21E $23,900.Howard 6ft.-7ft. 4 Quasar
    R. and Emma R. Corl to 1'
    Bronson Cable vision, Inc.,5 acres in : s 'Samsung $288
    SE tt of NWtt section 17,T7S,R20E '

    $17,500.Dallas L. Crawford to Charles also -
    Eugene and Dorothy Loretta Ross, jiows r tSLLW
    1.47 acres in NWV4 of NWft section A Full Line Of
    24.T5S R22E, $6,000. .
    baniei W. Daugherty, trustee to SPECIAL
    Cheri G. Jones and Florence Kraus,. Christmas Decorations
    6.36 acres in NWVi of NWV4, section :
    11. T7S R21E, 12000. j'


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    10 MINUTE D 4)) We Check and Fill 'Radiator Coolant GAS GRILLS

    OIL CHANGE! D 5)) We Check and fill Transmission Fluid VENTED HEATERS FROM$169.00 FROM

    > D 6)) We Check and Fill Brake Fluid VENT FREE FROM$148.00 L YTAG

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    PENNZOIL D 8)) We Check arid Fill Differential Fluid -

    D 9)) We Check and Fill Battery GAS GRILLS FROM

    D 10)) We Check and, Fill Window Washer Fluid $98.00DISHWASHERS

    D 11))We Wash Your Windshield FISH COOKERS

    World Class D 12)) We Check-Your Wiper Blades FROM FROM'

    Protection* D 13)) We Inflate Your Tires to the $298.00

    Proper PressureD $48

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    Counties to Receive Forestry Funds I IThe

    United States Government In The!!,,, year lim% be used for schools and roads.
    to Florida counties that payments are portion of the Florida counties which contain
    have payments National Forest lands is funds collected during the year from USDA Forest Service land will share
    estimated to total $2,187,000, Bob the sale and use of a wide variety of the receipts. These counties are
    national forest products and ser- Franklin, Leon Liberty and
    Jacobs, of the National
    vices. Wakulla for the Apalachicola National
    Forests Florida
    recently announced. -
    By law,the Forest Service annually Forest; Lake, Marion and
    pays one-quarter of the revenue it Putnam for the Ocala National
    __ Florida Is one of forty states that collects from Umber sales, grazing, Forest; Baker and Columbia coun-
    shared total Interim payments of recreation, minerals and land uses ties for the Osceola National Forest;
    $248 million as their portion of all national to states in which national forest plus Okaloosa and Walton countiesfor
    forest receipts collected dur- lands are ln ed. 'The funds are to the Choctawhatchee Forest.

    .II" It Retired Teachers Group Holds Meeting 1

    President Maureen Paul welcomed Award for having 98 percent o'f ing room of Bradford Family
    ..: members and visitors, Mr. and members enrolled In FREA.He also Restaurant where the meeting was
    John Seay, to the Nov. 16 meeting of presented a Certificate of Merit. held. The next meeting on Dec. 21
    t, + Bradford-Union Retired Educators Mr. Seay spoke briefly about the will be"Fun Time" under the direc-
    t Association. She and several others Vaowstrophic Act of 1988. He said tion of Mrs. Helen Johns and Mrs.
    t sick and shut-in that although Medicare has many Maxine Gibson.
    reported on
    t limitations it still is good Insurancefor
    r i : v t7 1 z. -a 1 members.Mrs Paul announced that the amount it costs the In-
    Gov. Martinez had proclaimed Sun-
    dividual. There is a plann- SMITHCORONIX
    day, Nov. 19, Retired Teachers Day.A .
    \, j F beautiful memorial service for ing to offer an insurance plan for
    e retirees who are under the age of 65.
    Mrs. Edna Manning Hart was He urged that retired teachers keep 'it1MORARTQ1/1/( TnHNOUGY
    Muriel Norman,
    Mrs. a
    longtime friend and co-worker. She Informed, keep Medicare, don t
    make changes in insurance policies
    shared some photographs and unless you know for sure that is best ELECTRONICTYPEWRITER

    Christmas Play Set... recalled had many enjoyed pleasant during experiencesshe her long and Mrs.remain Philomena politically active.Adkinson,

    Meet the player In the upcoming Santa Fe Community College production by the"Shoestring Player."planned for association with Mrs. Hart. Membership Chairman, passed out
    'ust alter the Christmas Parade In Starke. Program Director, Mrs. Millie lists containing names and addresses XL 25OO .
    Hardin, led the in the flag
    From left to right In the top rows Mike Crawford,Caule Autry Vicky Coodowoj and Shawna Brown. group of seven new members to be
    In front from left to right Debbie Coonaughton, Rachel RUea,Pam Zurfluh,Tracey Coleman, Eula Bank. and Mary salute.Mrs. Hardin introduced John added to the yearbook. She also Introduced Letter Perfect Typing
    Dick and Muriel Fuller.
    Tlterl. Seay, District IV Director from
    The name of the play fax The of Christmas Following the business session,
    Spirit In Snow White Country" Ocala,who presented a Membership lunch was served in the private din-

    from pace 5B

    to the employer lew employe Services offices. The telephone
    normal, everyday work environments turnover and an indefinite period number is 964-7699. Special...
    Make this a
    In Bradford
    Countyand of follow-up support pro-
    the surrounding areas.It vided by a Job coach. Additionally sooo.SpellRlght"'electronicdictionary.
    has been proven that people qualifying businesses can FLORIDA J [[)Lna01 ill
    with developmental disabilities
    receive up to 50% of the em
    sometimes learn more slowly ployee's wages for the first six TWIN THEATREStarke
    checks spelling of SO.OOO words
    than other workers but once months of the employment
    they are trained they perform through the Job Training and 964-5451 &> KANECYCLE Full line memory correction
    WordEraser removes entire word
    many Jobs at or above the same Partnership Act (JTPA). Qualifying SPECIAXA8 \ with tap of a key.
    standards their $2.60
    as co-workers. businesses can also re- .
    National statistics also show .t. & Bu*. :,'1 1Fil.t Unique easy-to-toad Correcting
    ceive Jobs Tax Credit *
    Targeted 1 Cassette and Right Ribbon System:
    >< Showing Only ( 1 REPAIRNew
    that developmental disabled TJTC) through their participation \.. 'Tuesday Showing '/:f">J J
    employees work as safely and In the program.To .
    Choose from the fine
    are as dependable as their co- be eligible a business must Closed Wed. & Thurs. LocationUS Smith Corona typewritersand familyof

    workers. offer a 32-40 hour per week Jobat Starts Friday, Dec. 1st 301 N. 964-5805 personal'word processors.
    The employer, through his or above minimum wage.
    choice to hire a citizen in the For more Information Call Open Face
    SSPS program receives a highly Jane Shea or Robert Ellerson at PRANCERRated TUNE-UPS HELMET $26995The

    conscientious and reliable em- the Bradford Association for ALL CYCLF.s $2995
    ployee, Intensive training pro- Retarded Citizens in their Sunshine : G"SCREEN
    vided by a fob coach at no cost Specialized PlacementLand CARGO 5-10-16 Office Shop

    -. 2- NETS MOTORCYCLE. TIRES 110 W. Call St.

    Sales. $595 $5995ATC
    I Starke
    Times change...
    : Repairs Machine Work Welding T 964-5764

    from page 6B.: ? -James W.;.Wolf/Jr!'to''B. W. and'jtlie j Nfabdaogejbaker t Iii\/ ..' .. .
    VVonne S. Sweat Otis Ray and Carol L.Pickett,lots 7,Sand 9,block; | I
    Robin Mae Blankenship, parcel in 5, Santa Fe Shores, $10,000.
    NW V4 of SEVi,section 10,T6S,R22E, boys lJ! 0 0 0 110fo .
    $32,000. /fo
    Richard L. Swygart to Ivory E. LITE&PRAISE MINISTRIES .. t 4fetJEkkl' IIIIIth
    Luke, Jr. and Doreen E. Luke, partof Poitomct Drawer 38STARK. 301 DRIVEINStarke o haJ'ertk.l'S'h... lIlt
    W% of EV4 of SEV4, section 19, .Ft 39091 r 1 the :.L.7JfS
    TVS, R21E, 15000. 964-7484 oj's ol1i lIlt
    Archie M. and Ruby L. Tanner to e
    Henry G. and Elizabeth McClellan, "Come experience the difference" Fri. Sat. & SunSRHO ,.,n make e chrfst III/II
    part of lots 3 and 5, block B of Jones nw1 y .o e81'ea "'i .j lIlt
    Addition Schedule of Services: t : t 3
    to Town of Starke, $41,800. Ch '
    J.E.and Ramona M. Tomlinson Sunday Morning Worship- / JO.r "istmas / stirs ... ....
    Richard H. and Laurel W. Jockel, 10:30: am .. o
    lots 9, 10 and 11, block 5, Southgate Sunday Evening Worship IIdditff all 8iftslIale f
    Replat $92,700.Donnie 7:00 pmWednesday 011 toI11el"cJ.
    D.and Janice L.Walker to NO MORE i
    robert J. Barrick, east 4 acres of Evening Worship telll.9. Othe.odille"'t ,
    west 10 acres In SEVi of NEV4, sec- '7:3Opm MR.NICE GUY OP1ti09t1 '- th ill""llt.i/1

    tion 5,T6S, R22E, $12,500. .. t i s ol"e
    Elton Ward to Walter T. Orton, lid.
    parcel in SWY4 of SWy, section 28, I ittt01ti1 COUPON _l... Midway between Keystone Heights and Melrose on Highway 21
    T8S, R22E, $111,000. "
    William M. and Betty Wayshnerto GUARANTEED TRANSMISSION rz7 0 U 2'J Kidder
    Marion L. and Lisa A. Adkins,,' ---- Connelly
    parcel No.4, tract in
    Wayshner U D
    NWV4 of section 12, T6S, R21E, AND GENERAL REPAIR H H 0 1990 AMERICAN SKIER
    $11,000 wii' IA' 1LFiU 1Xii? ) -, Hydroslyde and SKI SUPREME

    Anthony William J.M.and and Betty Diana Wayshner M. New to, Across from Merchants & Southern Bank Keystone- Heights, FL I c O'Brien competition ski

    parcel No.8,WayshnerTract,NWV4 4739543SPECIAL H Rt. 2, Box 2739 Cased boatsStiaighlline . .
    section 12, T6S,R21E, $11,000. ((904))475.5073 Malfose, FL,32666 g

    ( ; i a MUle, cool e, more
    William M.and Betty Wayshner to ""FlA'"NO Jt'iA'Ji'." ,

    Stephen J. and Joanne L. Wall, ,G ; ,, .. i .' -- +..-
    parcel No.3, Wayshner Tract,NWV4 \ ;
    section 12,T6S, R21E, $4,000. ; : i
    M.and Betty Wayshner to 0 '
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    Dewey J. Williams and Sarah J.' i GEORGETA LATCU M.D
    Flowers, part of parcel No. 9, i( 8 PO'int Transmission Check:
    Wayshner Tract, NWV4 section 12,
    T6S, R21J2!:, $8,100. Change Fluid, Replace or Clean Filter, i Medicine
    William M.and Betty Wayshner to I -==a. Adjust Bands, Check Vacuum Check U H Internal
    Earl K., Jr., and Angela M. Clem, E 05 ,- Joints Check CV Joints, Check & Adjust
    parcel No.7,WayshnerTract,NWtt = Linkage, Road Test Performance: i.
    section 12 T6S, R21E, 6500. 0 6542 Triest Ave. (Off Commercial Circle)
    Clark to Wiley R.and Bonnia- j'I
    nia G. W 100' of E 160', block I i $1995
    I, Gov. lot 4, Lakeside, south of 41st =
    St..,section 22, T8S, R22E, $75,000. _0 Visa Visa MEW vmKm mrnmm

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    Page SB TELEGRAPH.TIMES&MOMTOH-B: : SECTION November3, 1989Hospice -- Register Now

    For Spring Term

    I Tree Attracts Donations At SFCC aD Incredible In StarkeAfter 28 percent In-

    In student enrollment for the
    __ A crease
    'L Fe
    serves its I semester, the Santa
    Because Hospice patients it current
    will help Hospice
    Each year our community has an Your donation regardless of their ability to Community College Andrew CenterIn
    opportunity to adorn the Hospice continue to offer the highest quality pay, your contribution will assist Starke to now registering for the
    Christmas Tree with the names of care to the terminally ill and their Hospice in providing more servicesto Term 1990 with a record
    friends and loved ones they wish to families. Services are offered more patients and their families. break offering of 62 classes,with
    memorialize or honor. regardless of hospital affiliation or 32 evening and 30 day classes
    abililtv to pay. available al the local college facili
    The Starke Hospice Christmas Hospice of North Central Florida The Hospice of North Central T Trk
    eleven tyThe I Is
    the Florida serves area of expansion
    Tree is located in the lobby at servs patients who have a limited In- greatest
    Florida National Bank of Starke, life expectancy. The support and north central Florida, and they In the field of business with 14
    Life" in
    corner of Clark and Jefferson solace of the Hospice staff and vite you to "Light Up A classes available, Including Accoun-
    Streets. volunteers helps terminally ill patients memory of or in honor of a friend or ting I and II, Word Processing
    loved one. Stop by the tree locationat Economics, Intro
    live their final days peacefullyin (Word Perfect 5),
    For a$5 or$15 donation to Hospiceof familiar surroundings in the comfort the Florida National Bank the to Computers, Business Law, Elec-
    North Central Florida, a tree or- of their own homes.Hospice also Hospice staff and volunteers thank and 1 :tP fl' er rw tronic Spreadsheets(Lotus),Intro to .
    nament or an angel with the name of families a bereavement you for your love and concern !+ Business Real Estate Principles
    your friend or loved one, will be provides and support groups. wish you a peacefil holiday season. and Practices.
    placed on the tree. program In addition to basic classes in
    I Math English, Science, History,
    Deal? ; Social,Sciences and Humanities, the
    Looking for a Good Spring schedule includes such
    varied offerings as Class Piano,Ger-
    L man Spanish! Anatomy and
    Physiology and Nutrition.
    Check the :a Registration by Appointment
    begins on December 4 with general
    registration scheduled for Dec.7 and
    8 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.
    There will be a special evening
    registration Thursday,Dec.7 from 6
    to 8 p.m.Dr. .
    The ultimateChristmas Bernie McFadden pointed out
    the necessity for people to register
    early for classes in Starke this
    eta .1 Semester. Because of the five pre-
    cent holdback on State funding, col-
    lege officials have warned that
    classes will be cancelled if enough
    gifl. "Light Up a Life"... students do not sign up on time. If
    Lillian Stump Is accepting donations for Hospice of North Central local folks wait to sign up late, they
    Florida at the Florida National Bank In Starke.A donation of IS places an may find that classes that would
    ornament on the tree In honor of or In memory of a loved one. A$18 dona- have'made'may already have been
    1 rr tion will place an angel on the tree with the name of a loved one. cancelled. Early registration
    solutely essential to our programthis
    Semester, said Dr. McFadden.The .
    TULLER Spring 1990 Semester begins
    January 8 and runs to May 3.
    Chiropractic Center For more information please call
    I 964-5382.
    Keystone Heights Office
    Awareness Day
    260B, S. Lawrence Blvd. Opposing LandfillSet

    4737213PAIN for Dec. 2

    :;; An all-day Awareness Day program
    C I with music, speeches, and
    Z 1''Hi' tMrtrt iy'i'11t1s '' chicken pilau dinners will be held at
    the Raiford Community Center
    CONTROL 2, to help raise funds
    ..Headaches: for "Citizens Against the TrlCoimtyLandfill"
    INTURIES.Mid .
    Neck & Arm The public is invited to come out
    Back Work Related and enjoy a menu of chicken pilau
    0 Low Back & Le Spoils smoked chicken, baked beans, and
    Personal cole slaw, served starting at 12 noon
    a e Auto Accidents for$3 per plate. All proceeds will be
    i used for the legal process againstthe
    w .. landfill at Ellerbee Curve on

    Entertainment will be provided
    during the day by popular country
    CHIROPRACTIC CARE and gospel singing groups, including
    .:. n Clay suber singer and songwriter;
    ic WHEN YOU NEED IT Ricky Davis( and the Back Porch
    24 HOURS A DAY 7 Gospel Singers.
    Q. p DAYS A WEEK Guestspeakers will include Jennings -
    4.N ,. Griffis, Buddy Revels and
    r OFFICE HOURS: Dean All locai-and state
    h ... -...,'.. ... oaten ttosi Fri.8.30-eoqptn.: Appointment ,.politicians Traylor.are also SB 1'fj'
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    We're making it easy to be the r comes in luscious colors to N. Keystone Heights 4739718Will I

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    Not only is GENESISCarpet $1699 It offers The PermaColor Mcertified
    by Amoco the ultimate 5-Year Stain and Fade Resistance J:1: be holding auditions for Jl:

    gift, specially priced during Limited Warranty. And that

    our holiday sale. Save on the means the beauty will last and

    carpet that offers the ultimate SALE ENDS 1989 last. So make us your first House Band for Fri. & Sat. NightsMusicians
    stain and fade resistance for DEC. 30. Christmas shopping stop. And

    lasting color. GENESIS Carpet ask for GENESIS Carpet.
    please bring your own equipment.

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    t Terms and condition of this, warranty available wherever GENESIS Carpet sold. 473-9718 or Sherry Lincoln, 475-2668 after 5 p.m.

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    The Head Start Program receiveda ties.
    $750 donation from Lawtey "We raised the money washing
    Unlimited,an inmate civic association cars, selling popcorn and photo of
    at Lawtey Correctional Institu visitors ana students&Swain.
    tion. There are 75 the Brad-
    Lawtey Unlimited President ford Head Start Program,including
    Michael Swain made the presentation 15 handicapped ana,
    Monday, Nov. 20, to Chrlsoun mental,said Jenkins."It .
    dra McNeal,one of the 75 Head Start is amazing to see how they(the
    students attending the programs at handicapped!) learn from the other
    1080 N.Pine Street in Starke,part of students/ Jenkins said. It is particularly -
    the old R.J.E.High School Complex. good for them to be out and
    "The money will be used for associate with the other children.
    Christmas gifts for the students, "They learn so much more from
    some small item of clothing and a other children,"she said.
    small toy, to let them know it Is Last year, a $600 donation from
    Christmas," said Jessie Jenkins, Lawtey Unlimited was used to buy
    director of the Head Start ProgramIn playground equipment for the
    Bradford.Union and Baker coun- school.

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    Head Start Receives Donation...
    Pretty Chrlsoundra McNeal, student at Bradford
    County's Head Start program, receives a check for
    1750 from Michael Swain President of Lawtey Suburban
    Unlimited,an Inmate civic association at LCI while 74
    other head start children look on from the monkey bars
    In the head start playground.

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    CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub FOR SALE OR RENT.Warehouse/oHice m.,1HAPPY SALE: Saturday Deo. 2.8:30-3: WE ARE AT OUR BESTWATERFRONT. /
    milted to the Bradford County space: 3000-9000 sq ft, located at JACK TRIVERMICIDE: Recognized On Highway 229 (Brownlee Road p.m.). ..... ..... I
    Telegraph office In writing and paid In Enterprise Park next to Sunshine safe effective by U.S. Bureau Look for sign, or call 964-6451 for GREAT FISHING WITH LOTS OF ROOMi LAKE HILICREST 3/2. 1980 mobile I
    advance unless credit Is already Industries. Contact Diane Ely 964- of Veterinary Medicine against hook, directions. 7 s home, outside and In remodeled In cypress, CHSA carpet range, refrlg, d/w, I
    established with this office. 5294 Tf N 3 s round, & tapeworms In dogs & cats! 11/23/89 1 hot tub shingle roof, fireplace, concrete driveway, aboveground pool, lots of I
    THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE 10/26/89 5 Gator 11 I I Farm Supply Ole Glory Feed TWO FAMILY YARD SALE: Furniture, decking, screen porch storage building. All of this surrounded by a 6' chain I
    HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN RETAIL STORES FOR LEASE: Great aGoldkist. 6 S Appliances Clothes Toys Etc. 517N. link 8 privacy fence. 75.000
    CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER location across from KOA/Wal Mart, 10/12/89 10 Orange St Friday A Saturday 9 GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA 292' on water and extendingto
    THE TELEPHONE. Hwy 301, 1.000 sq. ft., 1250 sq. ft.. HAPPY JACK SKIN BALM: checks am HI ?1 7 Hwy. 100. 7.17 acres, 165000. Property can be divided Into. two 100' lots,
    Classified deadline TUESDAY NOON 473-3627 evenings. 3 scratching & relieves Irritated skin 11/23/89 1 $65.000 each and one 92.65' lot 48000.
    prior to Thursday publication. a 11/9/89 3 without steroids. Promotes healing S SATURDAY A SUNDAY: On SR 16 E, .....HOMES.....
    Classified display deadline Is TUESDAY OFFICE SPACE LOCATED next to Dr. hair growth on dogs & cats! Gator II approx. 2 1/2 miles off US 301. Furniture CHEAPER THAN RENTI! Immaculate, furnished 3 bedroom 1 'A bath mobile
    5:00: P.M. Special Classified display Len Schlofman's office beside Wal- Farm Supply Ole Glore Feed & toys clothing, 3-2 wheel bikes, home w/separate recreational room equipped with stove S frig, separate
    placement Is NOT Guaranteed. Mart Shopping Center.US 301 South.. Goldkist. 6 s small kerosene heater with fan baby garage, beautifully landscaped lot on Griff Loop. $ 19600.
    Minimum charg. for classified ads IsIS 9648076. 3 S 11/2/89 10 items and much more. Rain Date: GREAT FIRST HOMI for young couple- BR. 1 ba, carport porch.
    words for $3.50, then 15 cents for 11/9/89 3 FREE PUPPIES: Dingo x Doberman. To Deo. 8 B 9. 7 s NE 26th Ave. $26,000
    each word thereafter $1 billing chargewill 86 PIEDMONT 56x26. 3BR. 2 bath with good home. 8 weeks old. 964-7376. 11/23/89 1 I
    HWY.301 SOUTHl From., 3 BR, 2 ba. CHSA, 1539 s.f., 1.7 acres. $ 40,000
    b. added to each CHARGED den and fireplace ch/a.Assume loan 6. 11/23/89 1l' BIG 3 FAMILY YARD SALE: Little bit of
    Home has 20 roof, freshly
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    cin .ifled| ad. NW 65th AVI.i 3 bedroom, 1 bath acres. yr.
    balance call 964-8566 4 everything. 5 miles West of Hwy 16
    painted Inside. Owner says. 'Make an Off.rl'GREAT )
    s 10/19/89 6 toward Prison. Saturday Dec. 2. all
    "if' LOCATION-GREAT PRICES 4 bedroom,2 bath, with a large family room
    \. '.. .. .I NO'fICE. .. .. ,MRDSAEESYARD : : ; day.1 7 S 11/23/89 located In the city. 59300.

    ADOPTION:Doctorand wife want to adopt ; t ;I QM.ES-j SALE: Sewing machines, furniture 932 EUCLID STREET: Fri,Sat. 4 Sun..9 315 WALNUT STREETi Good rental property-3 homes:
    a newborn or Infant. Will provide a 3053 Total Sq.Ft., 2 story porches; ,
    books a little bit of tools, base- am til 77 Three families. 7
    good loving home for your baby with ;F.dRJt L' I ball cards a lot of miso. Items small B 11/23/89 1 1080 Total Sq.Ft.;
    security stability and happiness. Will appliances clothing. Fri., Sat A SATURDAY ONLY. DEC. 2: 9-4. Just In -240TotalSq.Ft.Collforvlewlngonthesel) $ 89,000
    pay all your birth related and medical BY OWNER: 13 AC w/24x60 MH 3 BR 2 Sunday. NE 50th St Strawberry time for Winter. Sweater dresses ELEGANCE THE COUNTRY 3 BR, 1 ba concrete block window treatments,
    expenses. Call John A Riso's attorney BA AC Screen porch carport shop; Acres Follow Signs. 9 til 5. slacks etc. 6 miles west on 16 toward 3 ceiling fans, CHSA, stove, refrlg DW garage with door opener antenna
    18002216489. 1 barn 22x55 MH storage, half fenced. 7 11/09/89 3 Raiford. Turn right on 57th Ave., with rotary booster, wood floors, new Andersen windows, carpet rose
    S 11/23/89 1 9648122. 4 LARGE. 3 FAMILY YARD SALE: Odds Approx. 1.10 miles on right. Look for garden large patio area complete with brick BBQ grill, smoker and Lazy
    PENILE ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION MUSTOSELL 3 and ends crafts. Lots of everything. signs. 7 s 11/23/89 Susan table, hothouse, tool shed, separate pumphouse, total electric
    (impotence) Is treatable without sur- 14x70 MOBILE HOMEI Farrowing pens. SH 16 W 1 beautifully landscaped. '"
    gory. Send self-addressed envelopeto Located in Olin's Trailer Park. Build- to NW 59th Ave. Dead End. Follow 656 W. MADISON ST>: Friday. 9-5; Saturday BRICK HOMES 4 BEDROOMS 3/ BATHS, 402 St. Clair St. .86 of an acre, foyer
    : WETOO INC. 4820 US 42. Louisville Ing new house and moving soon. signs. 9 a m. til 77 7 812. Sewing machine love LR, DR, kitch.n w/ refrlg. range/oven dishwasher fan/hood; den, laundryroom
    KY 40222. Member of Impo- Evenings 964-8960. 4 a 11/23/89 1 seat, toys clothing and much more. and on office CHSA, enclosed carport ((2 cars), utility shop spacious
    tence Anonymous. 1 s 11/9/89 3 MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE: Saturday 7 s 11/23/89 1 back yard with security lights. $71,000
    S 11/23/89 1 ARE YOU RENTING? DO YOU WANT Dec. 2. 8-3.411 N. St Clair Street 310 N.WATER STREET: Friday &Saturday BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR, 1 ba. CB, wood floors, 1185 s.f., 5 acres $ 60.000
    TO OWN?CAN YOU AFFORD$200- 7. 11/23/89 1 9 am til ?? Lots of everything. CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin, 98 ft. on water, 1BR/1 Ba. S 90.000
    CARS/TRUGKS/VANS 300 per month and own a brand-new SATURDAY. DEC. 2: Across from Winn Cancelled if raining hard. 7 BROOKER 3/2 brick and frame, Shady Oaks S/D, extra lot $ 44,000
    doublewide or singlewide? Call Dixie. Boat, motor A trailer fishing 910 SOUTHGATE DRIVE:Sat.. Dec. 2, 8 HAMPTON LAKI AREA 3 BR, 2 ba, CHSA. screened patio wBBQ grill.
    James, 9646407. 4 tackle furniture elec. stove, baby til 4. Take SR 230 to Bradford Hospital -
    Excellent for small horse farm. $122,400
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    Also 3BR MH. 1 acres.
    S 11/23/89 1 accessories, clothing etc. 7 turn beside hospital onto Colley
    $350 or best offer. 1973 Dodge Po- 1988 PALM HARBOR: Great room w/ S 11/23/89 1 Road go on Colley Road to SouthgateDrive ..COMMERCIAL,.
    lara Custom 318 engine. Good. $200. fireplace A window seat wet bar 385 ALTON ROAD: Friday A Saturday. and turn left 7 N.TEMPLE AVE 1 Acre zoned Commercial. $ 125,000
    Phone 964-2652 2 skylites china hutch beautiful wood Rain or Shine. Four families. House- a 11/23/89 1 WOWI WHAT A COMMERCIAL DEAlliCarradlnes In Lawtey. Approx. 600' on
    1988 CHEVROLET PICK-UP work A cabinets utilroom w/deep hold items, toys. Christmas crafts A MOVING: Old tools hydraulic chair Hwy 301. 10 Acres of land 3300 sq. ft. store and living quarters, paved
    SPORTSIDE,350atacpspbtintedwindowssport laundry sink mstr. garden bath w/ wood planer jointer. A must for wood (beauty shop), old dishes (Currier & driveway with ample parking. $ 149,500
    wheels 26k Sep. shower stall. Energizer Insulation working and much more. 7 fves), old table lots of stuff. 782- COMMERCIAL PUTNAM HAll "CATTLEMAN'S LOUNGE" CHSA band area
    miles.MUST SELLIIO,250call 964- ,lap siding exterior. New$42,000 s 11/23/89 1 3287.7 5 11/23/89 dance floor, liquor license Included. 2 1/2 acres on HOT corner. Hwy 100 S
    9248 or 782-3660 2 Must sell for 28000. 9649172. BAYLESS HIGHWAY((225)Thurs.): A Fri., Hwy 26. Separate living quarters Included. Owner would finance with good
    S 11/2/89 10 4. 11/16/89 2 9 am til 1? Follow Signs. Tires toots BOATS 1 down payment I $ 220.000
    1987 FORD TEMPO SILVER,5sp, very REDMAN: 3/2 Total Electric steel front and other odds and ends. 7 SUPER COMMERCIAL)! Great two story building. Enterprise Zone. Downtown
    good condition$6500 obo.Call Juli door cathedral ceilings and more. s 11/23/89 1 BOAT, MOTOR A TRAILER: 25 hp Stark., Assum. Mtg. Reduced $49.900
    964-6713 or 964-8791 2 Only $575.00 Down plus T.T. A L. YARD SALE AND CAR WASH:Sat, Dec. Johnson excellent cond. Clean. Call NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE:830 N. Temple Ave. 8 furnished 1 BR
    S 11/9/89 4 Makes payments $78.18 Bi-Wkly..1- 2. 7:30-1:30.: : On SR 16, across from AI Young. 9646918. 8 apartments, fully occupied with excellent occupancy record; heating and
    77 CHRYSLER CORDOBA: $700 OBO. 8009404644. 4 5 NAPA.Variety of items. 7 S 11/16/89 2 cooling unit In each apartment. Good cash flowl $ 147,000
    Good condition. 9648250. 11/16/89/ 2 s 11/23/89 1 1983 16 FT. FIBERGLASS FISHING
    RARE FIND IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 100' on Hwy 21 N. Two 2100 sf bldgs.
    2 s 11/16/89 2 PARK MODEL: 2 Bedroom w/resldential OFF 301, TO 16 WEST, TO 225. TURN BOAT: 2 live wells galvanized tilt 301 $85,000
    301 SOUTH 193 Ft. frontage.
    GOV'T SEIZED. SURPLUS VEHICLES ext. A shingle roof. Mstr. has built-in RIGHT AT HANDY WAY. Approx. 1 trailer. $650. Ask for AT 964-5882 or
    available from $1001 Call for Immediate stereo cab.A"LUVtubw/sep.shower mile house on right.782-3971.Thurs.. 376-2604. 8 a
    informationl 1-708-742-1142. Ext. stall. "ON SALE'$168.44 mo. 1-800- thru Saturday. 7 s 11/23/89 1 After Hour
    609. 2 s 11/23/89 9404644. 4 S 11/23/89 1 1A Ann T.rwlllegar Nelsen..473-7541

    DODGE HI-TOP CONVERSION VAN: 11/16/89 2 CHRISTMAS YARD SALE: Toys Pauline Randolph. . . . . . . .9646323Debra
    1977 excellent running cond. Looks GIANT 4 BDRM. 2 BATH: HUGE Eat-In dishes set of crystal a lot of misc. At . .96 .2833
    $4800. Connaughton . . . . .
    new. Low mileage carpeted. Kitchen. ENORMOUS great room. 16 A Lake St. 624 N. Lake St. Saturday "
    Call 964-5941. 2 s LOTSof closets $275.00 mo. Until all Dec. 2., ,8:30-5: p.m. 7 I 1:, Sandra Terwlll.gar. . . . . . . . ..5332242ao
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    sold. 964-6408. 4
    85 MERCURY COUGAR: lOADEDI) 5 11/16/89 2 GARAGE fireplaceInsert SALE: Lots andTupperware.,of toys clothes Fri. J.: 1 i! I rltBrlQMI' : EW.: :jMI )1-1 :-' ,..140M .. M. "'"._. ..... ___...h1989'M
    EXTRA CLEAN. Midnight blue. Must BEAUTIFUL 3 BR 2 BA FURNISHED: J "
    A Sat. 8 til ?? Off SR 16 on 229 A. Tt.
    Sell. Payoff or take over payments. Living room and dining room PLUS 1 Shutz Morse Farm 9649550. r ILE HOME 14X60 Skirted on an adult quiet
    473-1170 5p.m. 2 acre with improvements LOW down ,
    1986 ISUZU I-MARK: Silver. 5 speed, payment. ALL THIS for $309.00 per 7 s 11/23/89 1 -tt : private let within walking distance of all stores. Used 4

    AC Keystone Cassette Heights.Exc.475-5629.condition. $2600.. mo.11/16/89 964-6407. 4 2 YARD SALE -- A' 0'- months, 2 br., 1 1/2 ba. Completely furnished ready to

    2 s 11/23/89 1 1985 DOUBLEWIDE: Excellent condi- Friday & Saturday 9am 4 "' "' move into. New washer & dryer. Central air. 3 new decks,
    FOR LEASE. PARTIALLY COMPLETED tion. CH/A May consider lease-pur-
    1000 sq ft fast food location across chase or rent. Owner anxious. Call 9N Ford Tractor, riding LAKE GENEVA BEAUTY 2 with roof over, carport, toolshed, etc. Riding lawn mower

    from KOA/Wal Mart. 964-8848 eve- 964-6849 or 964-3728. 4 lawnmower 3 glass front and much more. Must see to appreciateCall
    nings 473-3627 TFN 3 S 11/23/89 1ERA Enjoy the gorgeous view from your
    S 10/26/89 5 showcases metal shelving, pine paneled florlda room or boat. 964-5341
    Flab, Swim from beach. Lake
    :::: i large planters, free-standing living with city convenience. Walk to

    Franklin fireplace (never park library, shopping.
    Affordable at $99,000.
    used), Misc. houshold items

    I & children's clothes. II James P. Smith. Jr. [I &" Fi1I= 1r To Sciil

    +. 473-3943.3/4 mile off 100 S, on I CALL 375-7039

    SR 18, Follow signs. / Large or Small Loads of Limerock

    Tractor Work a Backhoe Bulldozer

    [ 'i'Ialeysr :i- : 964-6182 964-5823 964-6095'"

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    Located Hwy. 301.2 blocks; South of C.R. 100 e 221 Lafayette St. rat I 964-4544

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    *LOTS FOR SALES 292x200 Will Divide. 89/89 11.5$5 Starke.FL
    *75x220 CITY WATER S SEWER Will Dlvld 102/89 SPEOALOwner a REALTOR

    *COUNTRY ClUB Corner Lot 136/89 Sell
    19 ACRES IN LAWTEYi 123/89 Brick 3/2.Over 1400 Soys Sq. Ft. CH/A. r/Homes JLotAcreage v/Waterfront a
    15 ACRES Oft 100 Wt Will Divide. 174-89 Fenced Bock Yord. v/Faims
    New Roof, Lerge let 100x300.<< NCommrclalON
    Zoned for Mobil Home, 7500. 147/89
    All/2 ACRES REDUCED from$'',000 to$52.000
    *CR J30i 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA, Large lot with trees, all fenced owner anxious.$43,500. a
    189/89 I ON THI WATER 3BR/28A Norwegian Brick Eat-In Kitchen, Family Room I ICHSA.

    *A COUNTRY BARGAINS Larg. lot c.ntral heat S air. Large separate garage. To$25.000 Large lot 2.80 Ac. 2310 SF, Front S Bock Porches. .
    Priced for quick sale. 124/89 *$ 15,5001 Cute as a button frame 1/1, new kitchen cabinets. a LARGE ROOMY HOMI 3BR/2BA Frame Family Rm w/Flreplace CHSA j a
    NEW LISTING Doublewide; 1920 sq. ft. Permanent Structure. Loaded with ex *123,900. N.wly renovated Inside and out, 2/1 fenced yard In Stark. 2184 SF, 576 SF Workshop. Hampton Lake Access.
    tras. 4 BR. 2 BA. 2 Ac. A Steal 46500.. 198/89 *$ 24,500i In Brooker, frame home, walk to everything owner finance. ATTENTION, HOMI SEEKERS 4BR/2BA CB Home, Family Room. CHSA. I II
    *2tx60 DOUBLEWIDE on 1.37 Acres. 3 BR, 2 BA. Great room separate dining 25.000 to$50.000 L I 2148 SF, Garage, landscaped. I s
    room C.ntral Heat/Air, loaded with extras, has assumable VA mortgage. ref. 6 ACRES OF PRIVACY 3BR/1 BA, A-Frame w/Porches All Round Stove SRefrlg.
    *31.0001. Cedar home on 1 acre CHSA range .. Wood Burning Stove Pole Bam 24x50 Tool Shed 8x9. Well S Sep
    192/89 *S 42.5001 Crystal Lake Homasltes, CB 3/1. CHSA, range, ref, 1300 SF.
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    91I DOUBLEWIDE 3 BR, 2 BA. Central Heat S Air on 1 1/2 Acres. Assumable a tic. .
    1500 SF.
    *S 43.500t A lotta house, 4/1'4. CHSA, range, ref over LOVELY IRICK HOME 4BR/2BA CHSA, Stove, Refrlg S Dishwasher, 2240 |
    Loan 182/89 Lake clear lake with white sandy beach. Large oaks.
    *$ 44.9001 cottage on .
    *NEW 1 BR, 1 Immaculate on b.outltullot. $2900. 197/19 *$ 45.0001 Frame, 1400 ft. 4 BR 1 3/4 BA Larg.lot, In country SF. Sun Deck, Well S Septic. a
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    ft. Beautiful sq. OF LAWTEY 3BR/2BA Brick Family Rm;CHSA, 2946 SF, 2 |
    1800 JUST NORTH
    fenced fenced sq.
    *HWY 301 SOUTHl 7 Acres, ross approx. .
    *$ 49.9001 Brick 3BH/IV4 Ba, nice neighbors, range, ref enc[ garage. .
    with of Shade Trees.a
    brick v.n..r, 3 BR. 3 BA, swimming pool versatile property can continue large Workshops on 1.7 Acres w/lets
    same business or change. s.v.ral buildings. Call for showing. 191/89 $40,000 to$78,000' ROOM FOR HORSES 3BR/2BA Cut Brick CHSA. Range" S Refrlg, Big Shed, | a
    *HWY 16 Wi 1 Acre; 3 BR 1 1/2 BA. Brick Veneer. 194/89 *$ 54.0001 Highway 16 West, 4Vr CHSA; 1496 SF on 1 ocre.; REDUCED.. Fenced Area for Horses. ,
    *LAURA STREETi 4 BR, 3 BA. C/B, Assumable Mortgage. $54,000. 184/89 *$ 55.0001 Owner finance, 2 story 4/2 CHSA on 4.64 acres. CROSBY LAKI SHORES 3BR/2BA Two-Story Home, Stove S Refrl AC Units,
    *'.1 ACRE WOODED for house or mobile home. Owner financing. 200/89 +$ 56.0001 Lawtey area, nice home CHSA on 1 acre, quiet and peaceful. a Electric Heat. Well S Septic I Acre. a
    *LAWTEY 2 BR. 1 BA From. 25000. 168/89 *$ 57,500i Commercial garage, on Edwards Rd., Almost new. Metal Building. INVESTMENT PROPERTY Two Story Apt. Bldg 2BR/1 BA ea Apt Gas Heat.
    Corner lot 3/2 CHSA. Doublewide, CUBA, Workshop, Fish Pond Well 8 |
    *NICI DOUBLSWIDI on 4.38 acres. Additional land available. 166/89 *62,000t Excellent neighborhood near the hospital. | HWY 16W 3BR/2BA
    *HANDYMAN SPICIALi 7900. Cash or 9000. Terms. Nice shaded lot with fruit *$ 65,0001 US 301 S. frontage, 3 acres with mobile home and metal bldg. a Septic 5.7 Acres a
    Free-standing fireplace. 148/89 $75.000 RIVER BEND ESTATES 3BR/2BA DW Mobile Home. CHSA, 2 Acres. i
    trees Utility building. Above
    *HOUSE WITH POOLS 2 Story on 1 Acre. Beautifully landscaped. 112/89 *$ 71.ooollodford Lake, 2/1 CHSA, completely furnished, extra nice. 100x300.. CTY HWY 235 3BR/2BA Mobile Home AC Units Central Heat 4.8 Acres. |
    *CORNER LOT 3 BR. 1 1/2 BA Brick In nice residential! neighborhood. 132/89 *79.9501. Brick CHSA. over 2000 SF In the country on 2.78 acres a HIGHWAY 3011. 300 Ft Frontage 2 Mobile Homes 1 Commercial Bldg. 4
    *REDUCTION ON THIS 3 BR. 2 BA In the country. Only 2 yrs. old. 167/89 U.900iOwner financing. Brick 3/2 1/2 BA, Pool. All Appliances, Fireplace. 315 LAFAYETTE: 3BR/IBA Frame. CHSA. Range, Utility Bldg w/Half Bath. |

    *BEST FISHING LAKE AROUNDt New 3 BR, 2 BA enlarge lake lot. 173/89 *$ 87.0001 Farm house, CHSA on 28 acres. 2 Barns, pecan grove. A SELECTED PROPERTIES a
    *OAKS GAlORSi Must see this unique doublewide mobile home. Close to great *94.0001. Gorgeous brick home In Deer-wood, 3/2 Immaculate. Must See '
    oaks 24 HOME BIDO LOTS Hwy 16W, City Water Sewage Owner; Flitanclny:
    fishing lak. 159/89 *$98.0001 Owner flnancln$!- 2 Immaculate MH't, pasture on acres
    $115.0001 Brkk 4BR 2V*So, CHSA. fireplace, ranch ref, OW, over 5 "q"1:' a HOME BLOO LOTS Shady Oaks $.0. Brooker. a
    0 .....d. *IM.900i Starke Historic. R........ 60*. 3Vt Ba; 6 fireplaces rjuced. 'q' POUR i-ACBI, TRACTS Brooker, Owner Financing. ''
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    Call One of Our Professionally FOR RENT' ,, ACRES > Hwy 301 South.
    .IN STARKEi 3 BR. 1 BA.:CH/A. $373/Ma. ,.' ACRES Frontage Oft New River, Well' S Septic.

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    After Hours Call! These Realtor Associates: I Callus About Wayne Douglas. 64-6691 AFTER HOURSr. sill Onset, '964M44Clerice
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    I [ Starke Area Ads ] EARN full$5-$10 time.10/26/89. 782-3068.AVON For PER Information 5 HOUR. Part 15 call time RAMONA or- .JOBS Data IN Processing-Banking-Airlines-AUSTRALIA: Hiring: Men- FOR standing block SALE house BY flrepllIvlngroom OWNER, family: room 3 BR with 11/2,kitchen free-bath, 1 I

    a Engineering etc., transportation- and
    separate dining room, carport
    .. ... .. housin -excellent benefits. Call now. utility room, fenced yard with bam.
    L NU.FOR'SVi\tE; : : F-\ : '. :FOI\S'l\Lgt.\ :: ". :Fnl\I:\ BN'1 'J 4weekscalll-755-4040.NorthFl Estate College. TFN 15 .Real 1-208-736-0775) ext 105A 13 for Employment call 964-5647 16 a
    Directory. 11/23/89 4COMTEMPORARY
    100 ACRES: six room house and bam 70 SHEETS HALF IK' u CDX SHEATHING 4 BR,2 BATHS,'kitchen, living i r room dining -' a 10/26/89 5 letters from ON OCCASION: BABY SITTER neededfor ENERGY EFFI-

    Owner will finance, $$2000/acrecatl PLYWOOD.$:*.00 per sheet Cal room and Florida roomch/a,$475 $60PERHUNDREDremaillnp home. Details, send self-addressed, three children, 5-7-9, one handicapped CIENT HOME for sale 3 BR 2 bath
    964-7771 or 964-4537 TFN 964-7077. 12 s month, cad 964-5484 13 Associates Handicapped child needs 1456 sq ft,eh/a,paved dead end street
    LAWTEY ACREAGE: / t 11/2/89 4 stamped envelope to : some assistance. 9644182. near hospital A,$51,900,
    IMAGINE YOUR Box 309-T, Colonla, N.J. 07067
    Call for details, MATHEWS REAL JUST FRESHEST COMPLETELY FURNISHED 1 BR apartment 15 a 11/23/89 1CLERICALPOSITIONAVAILABLE call 431.11658 a
    15 10/26/89
    964-4469. TFN 9 Christmas tree/wreath ever direct to ,no children or pets. HAIRSTYLIST :Must 10/26/89 5
    a 10/26/89 5 your door UPS from my plantation In 830 N. Temp Ave., 964-8214 and Nail Technlcan.Fuli time,good- have knowledge of all facets of cleri- FOR SALE BY OWNER: 3BR.I Bath
    9 ACRE TRACT: acres of mature pines the Blue Ridge Mountains Free color 13. / / 2 conditions cal work, switchboard operations and home.Family/dining room, screened
    5 acres of improved drained property' brochure. 1800443TREES. HOME refrlg and stove working Clientele takeover.. iperssoon, greeting of public. For more Information porch.garage.fencedbackyard.newlypainted.wallpaper
    pecan bees,fruit trees, mobile home, 12 a 11/23/89 1 3BRunfumished, $275 month, $ISO de- Sandl's Mane Attractions Apply Hwy 100, ,contact Job Services of Florida, Saratoga
    well, septic. Great building site for GENERATOR: SKwatt, 120240mite/ posit 782-1243. 13 a Hts, 473-0351 15 609 N. Orange St, Starke, FL Helghts,964-7634 16
    small ranch.Located I mile from Starke Briggs ft Stratton engine,$375;Lawn 11/16/89 4 Keystone 2 15 s 11/23/89 1 S 11/16/89 4
    Golf Course., 34900. 964-8602 af- vacuum by Sean 24, $35.00. 964- 2 BR DUPLEX IN TOWN: CH&A. Unfurnished EASY S WORKI 11/16/89 EXCELLENT PAY! Assemble CARPENTERS& CARPENTERSHELPERS REDUCED: GRAHAM COUNTRY LIV-
    ter 6 pm. 9 a 2797.12 s 11/23/89 .$300/Mo;$150 Deposit 964- at home. Call for NEEDED. Please call 1-783- ING: Remodeled,3 BR Wood heater,
    9/7/89 12 1NORGE 2250.13 a 11/23/89 Information.504-641-8003,ext 9579. 2260. Camp Blanding Job Site. screenedporch,sun deck,ceding fans,
    LAWTEY Hwy 125, farm house with 70 REFRIGERATOR: Brown, with 2 15 11/16/89 2 15 I 11/23/89 4 new air Under appraisal for$37,900.
    fenced acres, 2 wells, cow bam 4 large freezer compartment Runs 2 BR MOBILE HOME: 964-8218. INSURANCE a SALES Bradford and UnIon FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANS- 485-1189. 16 a
    chicken houses good. $100. Can 964-5941. PORTATION needs dependable 11/23/89 4
    approx 50 acres In 13 a 11/23/89 1 Excellent benefits persons -
    hay pasture, 9644469 Mathews 12 a 11/23/89 1 MOBILE HOME LOT: On 225 (Bayless and County training.area.$225-$350 Starting Sal- to fill positions of Heavy Equip- SMALL 2 BR FRAME HOUSE:InLawloy.
    Realty.tfn //9 S AUTOMOBILE PARTS: Four Modular Hwy). High and dry Call 964-8877. Western-Southern Life 9643982or ment Operator and Highway Maintenance 964-7145. 16 S
    10/26/89 5 Chrome with Gold Inlay Dodge Rims, 13 a 11/23/89 3 ary. Technician I I.Valid Fla Drivers 11/23/89 2
    376-5811. 15
    1961 MOBILE HOME AND OVER ACRE Five lugs.Four tires:2 Mud grip and 2 TWO 3-BR HOMES FOR RENT: $275- 11/16/89 2 s License is required. Apply Mon.-Fri. NEW BRHOUSE:$29,900 Nice kitchen,
    OF LAND, located at Whispering radial. Also, rebuilt 351 Windsor motor 350. Both on quiet streets. One cul- LPN NEEDED weekend 8-4:30, 1805 NE 23rd Ave. stove, refrlg.Included. Carpets cen-
    Pines.lot 8$12,000, Call 485-I982 with transmission; C-4 transmission de-sac,other in subdivision.Call after Saturday and: Baylor Sunday. 7 am to days 7 pm.- Gainesville FL. 15 a tral Air& Heat. 208 N. Epperson St
    9 s 11/16/89 2 .964-2573 after 6 p.m. Anytimeon 5:30: pm, 964-5377 13 Contact Rotha Bumsed, D.O.N. at: 11/23/89 1 16 S 11/23/89 1
    10 ACRE FARM with 2 poultry breeder weekends 12 s a 11/16/89 2 Frank Wells Nursing Home 159 N. COOKS NEEDED:Now hiring line cooks. WELL DRILLING, PUMPS & SERVICE
    houses. New tractor and equipment TRAMPOLINE mos old, $150; Con- LOW RENT ONE ROOM EFFICIEN- 3rd Street Macdenny. FL 32063. Ail shifts. Competitive wages, great Durrance Pump & Supply Co Water
    Melvin Griffis, 9648468. 9 crete mobile home steps,$75,23,000: CIES.Air: and Heat, carpeted, very Phone 9042596168. 15 atmosphere, experience a plus! Ap- systems specialists. 864 N. Temple
    s 11/9/89 3 btu Conditioner,$75; 10x10 Sears clean. AD utilities paid. Private parking t 11/23/89 1 ply in person Denny's Restaurant, Ave US 301, Starke 32091 TFN
    FOR SALE BY OWNER:I acre on SE 8th shed, $100. Ask for Al, 964-5882 or 964-5687. TFN 13 RESPIRATORY THERAPIST: Part-time Starke. 15 a 17 s 10/26/89 5
    Ave.,approx. 562 ft. west of SR 376-2604. 12 a a 11/23/89 4 available for all shifts. DPR license 11/23/89 1
    100.also 13,64 acres on NW 29th Ave. 11/23/89 1 IN RAIFORD: 4 BR 2 BA house. CH/A, temporary or permanent a must
    with 60 ft. x 300 ft. fish pond.Will also DINING ROOM TABLE with four chairs, Lease 6 mos., min.$325/Mo Deposit Experience preferred. Good pay with
    divide into two parcels containing 7.63 wood. $150; 25 Quasar color TV of $200 up front 964-8602 after 6 state benefits.' Contact Betty Layton,
    acres and 6.01 acres.Terms availableon cable-ready $225. 782-1261. p.m. 13 a 11/23/89 904-259-3151; Ed Fraser Memorial THE SCHOOL BOARD OF BRADFORD
    all of'the above. Call 964-8292 or 12 AMERICANiCOUCH$100 5BEAUTY Hospital, 159 N. 3rd Street Mac-
    964-6875. 9 s EARLY and SHOP FOR RENT: Plenty of ctenny. FL 32063. 15. COUNTY IS ACCEPTING PROPOSALS
    11/16/89 4 matching chair $50, In good condition parking space 964-5033. 13 1 11/23/89 1
    site near prison$8700,call 782-3363 a 11/23/89 2 ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT: Heat Tech. for PRN call,to cover all shifts.
    after 5:30pm: 9 s FURNITURE:Sofa,matching chair,large pumpcooled and heated,walled patio, Must have ARRT and be Florida certified PRE-SCHOOL TEACHER IN THE
    11/23/89 1 coffee table.Excellent condition,$275. off-street parking, outside storage. Call Patty Kelley at 904-259-
    Starke. 964-6710. 12 964-8601. 13 s 3151 ext 212. Ed Fraser Memorial BRADFORD COUNTY EARLY
    a 11/23/89 1 11/23/89 1
    Hospital 159 N. 3rd Street Mac-
    :' j'U' :; :79 gal tank, excellent cond. Completely fumishedwith dock,$350 S 11/23/89 1
    .\( TIOrJ'A'R',\ : r.A. $225 or beat offer. 782-3658. per month. Call 964-6494, ask for RN'S NEEDED TO WORK BAYLOR
    12 a 11/23/89 1 Austin Fender. 13 s .SYSTEM: Openings ICU-3 days a REQUIREMENTS
    OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: woodedlots PENTAX ME CAMERA: With 3 lenses 11/23/89 4 week, Mon.-Fri. 7 pm-7 am-get paid
    river access. $5450 each. No and teleconverter. $500.4734679.STAR DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME: Good for full week; MedVSurg days a SCHOOL OR EQUIVALENTAND
    money down.$65.41 month. Owner.I- TREK 9 Plate Collection $185; location,unfurnished.$350/Mo.,$150 week, Mon.-Fri. 7 pm to 7 am; ICU-
    236-4579 or 1-622-2438 TFN Weight set 400 Ibs. & bench and Deposit Evenings 9647328. Saturday and Sunday,7 am to 7 pm.
    10 s 10/26/89 5 more, $220; El Camino Fiberglas 13 s 11/23/89 1ONEACRETRAILERSPACE$70 Get paid for 72 hours; ICUSaturdayand
    INVESTMENT RESORT DEVELOP- Topper, $250. Pasture for rent 2 1/2 : Month. SUnday 7 pm to 7 am. Get paid HRS CHILD CARE TRAINING.
    MENT POTENTIAL: Carolina Blue Ac. $50/Mo. 964-4787. 12FORWENT On Road 229, NW 40th Street for 80 hours. Experience preferred
    Ridge Mountains 264 Ac., Mountain Couples only. 9648310. 13 but not a must Competitive salary, THOSE INTERESTED SHOULD
    Top,Lake,Sales Price$198,000(Free ; s 11/23/69 1 good benefits' state retirement For
    Catalogue). ERA Blue Ridge Mountain TWO-1 BRFURNISHEDAPARTMENTS: more information' call Kay Dowling, CONTACT DENISE ADAMS AT THE
    Realty Jefferson, NC 28640, 1800533ERA1.10 MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY With Bath. $175 Each per month. No D.O.N.,Ed Fraser Memorial Hospital,
    s WATER SEWER CABLE TV. 964- pets 9642796.13 s 159 N. 3rd Street, M cclenny, FL BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
    11/23/89 1 7498 TFN 13 s 11/23/89 2 32063. Ph. 9042593151.15
    10/26/89 5 3 BR 2 BA DOUBLEWIDE: $310 per s 11/23/89 1 OFFICE. 964-6800

    .. FOR SALE i WATER, SEWERCABLE TV, 2 BR, 9647328. 13 a Openings available in several areas.
    1 BATH, 964-7498 TFN 13 11/23/89 MOTEL Will train For Info, call (708)) 742-
    MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AS LOW AS s 10/26/89 5 ISLE : Low daily or 8620 ext 362. 15 a
    $14.99 PER MONTH. CALL 964- HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for DESweekly rates.Kitchenettes room available 11/23/89 4
    6946. 12 s 9/7/89 rent Close to prison. Call 468-1323. Mobile home for rent 782-3332. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL IN GULFPORT USED TIRES
    52 TFN 13 S 10/26/89 13 s 11/23/89 4 offering RNs attractive bene-
    ALUMINUM NEWSPAPER 5STATE ONE BEDROOM HOUSE:Furnished.Rd. fits, job variety, competitive salaries r/'
    PLATES Measures 24x36 EMPLOYEESneedahome close 16 East 2 miles out at comer of NE and a participatory environment Re-
    lnches,$.50 each. Great for patchingand to your work? We have dean mobile 10th St $200 month, $100 deposit location assistance Is available. Call :
    repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 W. homes available call 4681323. TFN Ph. 964-7625. 13 a 18004480121. 15 $1 O00&U| :
    Call St. Starke. 12 s 13 a 10/26/89 5 11/23/89 1 S 11/23/89 1 '
    9/7/89 52 FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR.all utili- TRUCK DRIVERS:You're reading this ad '\'. ,
    ALICIA HAY FOR SALE IN ROLL.Arthur ties paid. From $37.50 up weekly. for a reason. Find out what Its like on ,
    Gaskins, 782-3140 12 MAGNOLIA HOTEL, Walnut St. the other side of the road. J.B. Hunt
    s 10/26/89 5 Starke, In front of Post Office. 1-800-643-3331.EOE.Subject drug
    HAND! HOUSE PORTABLE buildings, 13 a 9/7/89 52MOBILE screen. 15 sawk.rY1H389 HIGH TREAD
    storage buildings, garages, greenhouses HOME.3BR.11/2 bath,carpeted a. .'4 .. l' NO' RECAPS' &; NO DOWN PAYMENT Hwy appliances, air and central heat unfurnished
    301! South, 964-8848 TFN on Griffis Loop$250 month, ,
    12 s 10/26/89 5 $150 secuity deposit call after 6pm
    12X21 CARPORT $790 NO DOWN 964-8970 or 964-8705 or 964-4430 Growing ,
    PAYMENT Handl) House portable //13 a 11/16/89 3
    buildings Hwy 301 South Starke, 964- 3BR, I 11/2 bath house, with fenced back 9649388U.S.

    8848 TFN 12 s yard, $200 sea for dep., Info.$350 TFN month, Seeking SecretaryMust 301 N. a 1601 N. TEMPLE AVE.
    call 964-7404 more
    MARY'S VARIETY SHOP:Sales,wicker, Next to Fried Chicken
    13 a 10/26/89 5 ( Kentucky )
    be working
    used furniture, appliances TV's, OUN'S SUBDIVISION, MOBILE Home experienced
    VCR's. ,You name It, I
    microwaves lots for rent, water and sewer fur- with
    with and good
    carry III.) Alwas looking for such items. nished, cable IV available. 782-3333 computers
    in if wish to sell something. .
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    304 E. Call St, 964-3250. Evenings 5COUNTRY TFN 13 a 10/26/89. figures.Good Tie
    call 964-5813. Don't call after 9pm. and hours Aheatpanyone1 -
    HOME 2 BR. LARGE benefits .
    10/26/89 pay, ,
    TFN 12 s
    and dressing room, large living room ,
    5 with fireplace, ch/a. kitchen all appli- I y J01lFAR
    25% OFF ON ALL FABRICPlnehurst ances, 6 1/2 mPes out of Stark on Apply in to:
    from Southslde person =
    Variety Store across Brownlee Rd, 5332483. 13. &rnntyon
    Elem, Hwy 100. 964-5587 12 w
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    s 10/26/89 5 TRAILER IN COUNTRY, 2 BR large Griffin Industries conrfortaWewith. &
    PLYWOOD: 1/2' 4 ply $11.99; 5/8" CDX kitchen and living room, like new, ar moo
    $13.99; 3/4" BC $17.99; 1/4" BC 60x14. central heat, nice l yard and Hampton, Florida J:0
    $10.99. STEPHEN SMITH LUMBER trees one child max..964-6714.Meng /R
    6 BUILDERS SUPPLY.7 miles Southof DairY Road and 21st St, $245. month 964-8083
    Starke on 301. 468-2624. Free plus deposit 13 a .
    Delivery. 12 s 11/2/89 4 -
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    JUST ARRIVED: New shipment of craft Senior Registered Nurse Buy the Trmn XL 1200.Met .
    of gold, tns.-- ; Il'l bound to provide! a long lasting feeling. of
    supplies inducting glitter paints colors. Also Minimum qualifications. Florida Licensure as a professional: !;,' comfort.Becaunf the XL EtOO viSalhertrort1

    carry silver craft and glue.many PINEHURST other VARIETY registered nurse and one year experience. WALT'S' TREE SERVICEWe : I.i'7 ..I; :' heat pump s 10 year is backed/Imuled by wamnly an exclusive on bah manufacturer the
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    Across from Soulhslde Elem, based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable, compressor' and cod pus 2 wean m porIL And
    Salary the wut, high efficiency helps reduce
    7 a week;7 am- Take Down super yew
    Hwy 100.;Open $8.000). ,
    over Call
    12 to $28.COO; annually.1 (Benefit package energy usage aD year lung Ok
    8 pm 964-5587. Clean Up & Trim today far more detuIOn the flB TKAMf'XL
    s 11/23/89 1 Correctional Medical Technician CERT 1200brat pump Fmanel&t
    MARK 5 Woodworking i ,1ni.8vailab .
    SH meter Call 782-3949. 12 J Minimum qualificlations, Florida IJcensurc as a practical nurse. COWARTAir

    s 11/23/89: 1 J Salary negotiable.upI
    COVERED PHOTO Salary based on credentials and experience; .
    MADE TO ORDER Conditioning
    ALBUMS: $20-$30. Call 964-4157 or I to $18,000 anually. (Benefit package worth over.$5.000}. We Have Insurance

    964-4831. 12 a I New Clinic under construction* SucksfllilCahdidate; ; will boI FREE ESTIMATES CACO2762O

    11/16/89 2 I eligible for all Florida career service: benefits, including Sta'8: Phone 782-1238 :uiroundlng Serving Bradford count!County**for over and ISyeuw. 964-8O25 I

    CHEST, FREEZER$200. 964-:9366.25 cu in. 12 J C. Pen- I Contributions to health insurance and'jctiri meld. 13 paid vacation: Lawtey, FL .

    S ney 11/23/89 2 1 days.10 paid holidays and sick,Jea'/.', Deferred. compensation. ,
    KING SIZE WATER BED: DuPont Fiber I plan, CEU's. and in-service training. -==- -- -
    Firm 4 Water mattress with heater. I)
    Has lighted and mirrored headboardand

    a complete set of padded 12 rails. (interested persons t.l1ould'conlract:. -",-.: Announcing the Opening of I.

    $350. 964-9366.11/23/89 2 1R. Nate Holton, Personnel Manager.
    &deliv- River Correctional Institute .
    FIREWOOD:Seasoned oak split New .
    ered. $80 cord: $45 1/2 Cord. DIIcoun't P. O. Box 333 ,-""'. Bradford Family

    2502 price 12 if you S pick up.11/23/89 JD46B- Rafford, FL 320S3 ,,:' ..'?' '; ', N

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    PERSONAlSERVICES r SOFA/CHAIR-bedroom sat dinette w/4 1913 JIMMY. 4x4-AT, A/C, good condition MOBILE HOMIS-2 or 3
    HOUSEPAINTINQ: Interior A Exterior; choirs, recllner and more $5000 obo. 475.5375. 640 SHADY LANE-Solurdoy, December 2, bedroortm$135-$150 per month SR
    DON'T LET YOUR CHILDS GRADESand Carpentry work and roofing. Room 473-2252,6820 Deer Springs Rood 2tchg/11-22-30 9:30 a.m. until 2, anti.qu. 100, across from Lake Geneva. Call
    self-esteem sink this year. Call additions. Free Estimates. 964-4970 ltpdll-30-12-7 19" CHEVETTI-4-door AT, A/C low ... clothes etc. Hpd 11/30 473-7516 or 473-7810.
    964-8594. TFN 17 Ted. 17 1 11/23/89 BISSUl CARPET MACHINI PLUS miles, Good condition. $2000. SATURDAY 4chlldren'l cloth., toy, 4mot.pd/10-26/4/5/90 .
    10/26/89 5 1T practically new works great$50. Firm., 473-5375. 2tchg/11-22-30 furniture and much more, SRI 00, 2 ON LAKE CENEVA-2BR/2B. large den.
    ALTERATIONS: zippers, hems, buttonholes &R PAINTING:Interioror Exterior.Free 473.2773 1tpd1130AUTOMATIC DODGE PLYMOUTH VOIARE19BO. 6 cycle mile f of traffic light. ltpdll-30 473-3794. 2lchg/11-22-30
    patches.eto Drop oft and pick Estimates. Reasonable Rates. Call DISHWASHER-converts to statlonwagon, $1295. Call SATURDAY Dee.2-9 a.m., Cardinal GENEVA SPRINGS CONDO-2BR/2BA,
    up. 7 days a week.7am8pm,9645587. Ronnie. 964-4377. 17 permanent, hardly uied. Exc.lantrun- 4753022. )ltcha/11-30 Drive across from Keystone Elementary kitchen, living, dining and utility
    Pinehurst Variety across from 11/23/89 5 ning condition. $100. Firm 473-2773 SMALL CAR-will finance, 4 speed, 4 School. Jeani-ilie. 8-14 Jr. slsei rooms, patio garage. 475-2052,7 a.m.
    Southsida Elem. Hwy 100 -TFN CHILD t CARE: For the working mom. Af- 1 Itpd l t-30 door. Call lorry Smallwood 473-7222 9-7. alas 10-ipeed bike Tandy Color to 11:30: pm.2tchgl130l27
    17. 10/26/89 5 school nights weekends. Mature llpd11/30 Computer Dick Drive, $150. For more MOBILE HOME-2BR/1BA, close to .
    WANT TO DRINK. THAT'S ter Beautiful red 4 call town.$250/month 388-1850.
    reliable and dependable care. 9648522.17 TRIUMPH STAG-1971. Information en computer
    YOUR BUSINESSI! WANT TO s 112389CC HELP WANTED passenger convertible ports car -only 47t-7140.>> vantnae.lteha/11-30 2tchg/11-30-12-7
    STOP? THAT'S OURSI SERVICE: Holiday Special 110 built In competition with Mercedes, MUMM mile' East of Keystone LAKE BROOKLYN-ipaclous quiet
    Alcoholics Anonymous 964-36I9. CLEANING $60 PER HUNDRED-rcmalllng Uttcrt perfect body new Michelin tires LIne Road, Friday and Satur- area 2 BR completely furnished
    Carpet Shampooing. 1st room. horn. Details .nd ..!(. ::.
    964-4150... 964.86141.17 $5(min.3)). 782- from i a Needs TLC. $8500. Owner 473-0526 II. 1.30MULTIFAMILY garage deck sandy beach. $375
    add. room
    $25:each addressed stamped envelop to: '
    8 10/12/89 7 112389WILL 2tchgl 1-30/12-7 : Sat. Dec. 2. 8 am til ?? mo.475.5207 4tchgll-30/12-21
    TRACTOR WORK MOWING AND TILLING 3089.17 8 Attoclotai Box 309-T, Colonla N.w "74 FORD UDwagon. Runs swell, Clothes and household Items. Southof MOBILE HOME-2BR/1BA close to town
    CALL Carlton Craft 964-6697 5 FOR YOUR CHILDREN in Jersey 07067. 8tpd/10.2612.14 drives well looks 'smell' (has two Keystone Heights off 21, Plum $250. mo. 388-1850 2tchg11-30/12-7
    anytime,or Jimmy O'Steen 964-7387 CARE fenced yard. Call CAREER IN REAL ESTATE-W train. Call dents) $693. owner 473-0526 Valley Lane. 7 k MOBILE HOME-furnlihed Including
    after 5pm TFN 17 s my home. Have 964-9774.. Dean Weaver Walton Realty Corp. Ztchgl 1-30/12-7 washer dryer on 2% acres $275 per
    10/26/89 5 Joanne or Diane REALTORS. 473.4816 or 475-2272. 1972 CONTINENTAL MARK IV-looks MOBILE HOMES mo. 4730033. 1 tchg l l/30
    CHAIN LINK FENCE: Inslalled. Free esti- PARTY TIME: Do you need a place to 6mochg-It-30-5-30 good drives good, 460 engine. $693. LARGE COTTAOE-1BR. clean, unfurn Includes -
    mates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO.. hold your social gathering?The Beta ATTENTIONEXCELLENT INCOME-for as Is. Owner 473.0526 2tchg11-30/12-7 FOR SALE_ range, refrigerator 2 adults
    owner Tommy Reddish 9648559. Sigma Phi Club House is taking reservations home assembly work. Info. call 1972 CHEVY MALIBU-Needs engine max. No pell. $250/mo. 475-1482.
    TFN 17 S 10/26/89 now for your special event. 504-646-1700 work. Make offer. 4732042. NICE UXtO-Mobll. home on 2Vi loti ltpdll-30
    5 Christmas, New Year's, P5425.2tpd.1 1/30.12/7 1 ltchg/11-30 2BR/IBA Central A/C. Locat.d off CONDO-1BR attic telling font, skylight
    STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE Birthdays.Bridal and Baby Showers FULL TIME/PART TIME-posltlon. Requirements Hwy 100 $9500. Call 4730463. Ztchg bet. Keystone and Melrote. 475-2427.
    SALES AND SERVICE: All makes Dinners and Banquets ore ability to relate to 11/23-30 21ch.11-30/12-7
    and models cleaned oiled and ad- name ill! $35 per day you clean up children 0.12 years of age. license No. HOMES FOR SALE LARGE MASTER BEDROOM-moblla COWPEN LAKE-2BR mobile home for
    justed $15. New and used sewing afterwards. Call now to make your 030444. 475-2132 2tchg11/30-12/7 home-2 BR/2B Waiher/Dryer hook- rent furn., CH/A Large kitchen dock
    machines. Hwy 233 4 16 (Morgan reservations.Linda 964-6600 or SPRING LAKB-put'your family on this ski- up. Alum. ownln;. $4000 obo. 475.5375 cable hookup4752427.
    Road) 964-8733 TFN 17 Brenda 964-5611-after 6pm call 964- FOUNDBIRD able lake, 2 plus acres, zoned 2tchg/I1.23.30 2tchg/l1.30.12-7
    S 10/26/89 5 6865.13 U 11/23/89 Agriculture, 1768 sq.ft. -6677 SR21. No MOBILE HOME& LAND: Like new 3 BR, 2BR MOBILE HOME-on approximately 1
    PRESSURE WASHING: Houses, side- 10 DOG PUPPY-Male-while with assumable mortgage.$67,000 Firm. 2 BA CH/A fireplace, washer-dryer acre close to town. $225 month.
    walks, driveways. Roof Repairs. Call brown spots. CR214 near Smith lake. Stpdl 1-2/30 dishwasher Ig. sereened-ln back 473-4816. ltchg-1 1/30
    964-6341. Terry Parks. TFN 4730321. 2tfree-11-30/12-7 porch. One acre close to Keystone CLFAN MOBILE HOME: 2 BR 2 BA.
    kitchen living, dining, utility rooms,
    10/26/89 5 Heights.Own It for low down payment
    17. HL .t a Air. In Clay County near Key-
    BABYSITTING IN MY HOME. INFANTTO AC patio, garage, $55,000, 473-2052 7a.m. and $380/Mo. 473-2568. 12
    71 MONITOR 22 FT. TRAILER: 11:30 2tchg113012.7CONDOMINIUMGeneva stone Heights. $250/Mo. 473-2568.
    SCHOOL AGE. 6am6pm.MonSat. Awning. Sleeps 5; twin beds; rear p.m. Springs k 11/9/89 3 13 k 11/9/89 3

    .. Debbie,964-634l. 17 bath $2500. 964-7284. 19 ..
    11/2/89 4 ; REPAIRS a INSTALLATIONS- 2BR/2B, kitchen, living dining utility
    5 11/23/89 4
    WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME days and 14 FT.s AVION 2-Wjheel Camper Trailer. restretches, seam repairs, measures rooms$53.000.475-2052., patio a.m., to 11:30 garage p.m.
    w/w Installations. 27 experience.
    964.821717 s years
    nights. best offer.
    Good condition. $450 or 1-30/12-7
    11/9/89 4 Rob-lyn Carpet;: 475-5171 2tchgl
    See at Lost Valley Trailer Camp in
    WILL DO ANY TYPE OF YARD CLEANUP. Starke.No phone.Samuel Fry owner. 4tpdl1-9/30
    Call anytime. 782-3894. 19. 11/23/89 1 SEWING MACHINES NOT ANIMALS
    WORKING? Don't Coll Swindell.
    17. 11/16/89 2 panic.
    SOMEONE TO CARE FOR MY CHILD: BUSINESS .r.rI 4737862. Work guaranteed. Used

    Must be reliable dependable.Child is -I[> ';' < ">; machines $50 and up. 720tfnchgSEPTIC BUCKSKIN GELDINGSIx years old 14
    6 mos. old. 3 days a week. Prefer in- OPPORTUNITYCEDAR "; .i TANKS PUMPED.and drain lines hands, gentle negative coggins,
    home but will consider. Alter 3.30 : ... relayed. Prices reasonable Bradford $550.Good home a must. 4730659. S. USHEl
    pm. call 964-2520. 17 LOG HOME DEALERS Septic Tanks Starke. 964.8121 ltchg/lt-30
    S 11/23/89 1 WANTED: 2 sales per month gener- 6tfnchg CHRISTMAS PUPPIES-AKC Great Dane County Realtor.
    ELECTRICAL HANDYMAN: I Install ceiling ateaS-digitannual income.Cedardale NEED HELP DECORATING? Re-arranglng puppies. Champion Blood line. Faun,
    fans,light fixtures and appliances.Also Homes, 809 Guilford College Rd., furniture? Shopping?, Garage or attic n/f. A deposit will hold til Christmas. ...*- Lake City
    and cleanout? Fall clean ? Tree trimming
    replace switches, outlets Greensboro,NC 27409.l-40/Exit213. up Buddy Farmer 4731058. ltpd/ll-30
    troubleshoot electrical problems for 919-854-1752 20 S ? We do It all I References. TJ'. or 755.3500
    you. Call 964-2270 and leave mes 11/23/89 1 Lawn Service, serving Keystone, LOST
    Melrose and Hawthorne.
    sage. 17 112389NEED
    2 l-481.0042.ltpd/ll-30 FEMALE MIXED TERRIER-smoll, black and
    CREDIT? VISA/MC virtually guar- FOR SALE RAKING-As a last desperate attemp- tan. Deaf and has cataracts' long Lake
    anteed. Also $1500 + Gold Card. No tbefore bankruptcy student will rake ar.a. Reward for Information. Call collect
    deposit necessary. No turndowns. REGISTERED AQHA and perform general fall clean-up. 9047882299. ltchgll/30
    Cash advances. Free $80 gift certificate GELDING Amazingly INExrENSIVE. Call I/I FRAME HOME In town, with financing already arranged for qualified
    Money back guarantee. 1-305- 9 Yre. Old. By Artlc Cloud. Excellent 473.40S5. 2tpd/l 1-30/12-7 "- buyer.

    770-6700. anytime. 17 game hone and all around hor... PARTY TIME: Do you need a place to FOR SALE
    s 11/23/89 1 $3,500.00 hold your social gathering?The Beta 3/1 FRAME HOME on 1 acre at Johnitown between Lake Butler' and.
    BAllY IIFECYCIE Health Club model Raiford on SR 121.
    Sigma Phi Club House is taking reservations
    964-5812 or 468-4013 now for your special event lifetime warranty. $1000 like new.
    Christmas New Year's, 4739258. ltpd-11/30 2/1 FRAME HOME on corner property across from Middle School In Lak.Butl.r. .
    Birthdays.Bridal and Baby Showers (-HP COMPRESSOR-20-Gallon tank. Can be residential-multl family-commercial on this 1/2 city block.
    Used less than 2hrs.7S ft.
    Dinners and Banquets, Craftsman
    name III! $35 per day, you clean up hose var.other 3/8"drive air ratchet tools,,spray$325.gun, '3 BR, 1 1/2 BA HOME AND SHOP IN lACK Ideal for home 0'
    d afterwards. Call now to make your a 473-7976.1tchg/l nobby shop. Already financed that can b. assumed ., qualified buyer.
    reservations.Linda 064-6600 or bricks-
    111 Brenda 964-5611 after 6pm call 964- RICKSCourtyard opprox.730. 50 cents or each.paver 473.7976Itchg1130 .7 ACRES IN WORTHINGTON SPRINGS Partially woo Twn.r financingwith
    s = 6665. 13 k 112389FLOOR 10 percent down. Has 1000 ft. road frontage C jld be divided. Near

    fr* gr\ SAGGIN.DOOR SHARP 754 COPIER-standard and legalsize Santa F. River.'IY ,

    Fish can become seasick If kept on board a ship LEVEL DRAGGINHOUSE??LaRue Leveling OUT Service OF for 473-4903 paper 4tchg11$900.Betsy-30/12-21 Jo Minor :....i. Ji '.. ,!.Iw: ;..o.iHousf IIN INCOUNTRV"- ')"tIoH'1'" / nhow ,n

    all your foundation repairs.. 473-7721 LOOKS BRAND NEWt With n.w look.
    i //17 k 10/26/89 5 1979 FORD F 100 Completely! chromedout 3/1 BLOCK HOME ON 1 ACRE In country setting, lots of trees. Some
    Aluminum whncf new fires. financing available to qualified buyer.
    Newmotors-wismlesici/ind rear end. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THESE AND OTHER LISTINGS
    Su-El's Retirement CommunityRetirement LAND FOR SALE Only 30K on moor. Fewer steering, OR LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY
    power brakes, a"to.e.. New paint, CALL. .496-212600y or 755-3500 Night
    Community Retirement Home eachwoods over$4.000 vesywl ".Steal at$3200
    2 acres
    In this smallcommunity FIRM. Call Jason, 964-8791
    A small retirement we also of Clay County, Owner financed.
    community at Su-El's. r have Su-El's $95.00 down, no closing costs
    We have rentals H.cUremcnlllome I A 4732494. 4tchg11-30/12-28tln
    rooms for self-care t licensed group home "" '
    Independent seniors. for seniors who need.
    It to a quiet settingor! assistance with

    with atmosphere.At a home-like SuEl'swe i psupervision.We give- 24 David Lawson Paint & Body Shop

    utilities offer housing maid and e hr.meals supervisioncane, laundry -service hot Insurance Collision Work FREE Estimates

    laundry services with -day, week long term
    a 24 hr. emergency cull
    optional system. Meals asst.stay.. first n td. CPR nursing CR 229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133
    trained staff.
    1 Bedrooms from $155/mo.

    (468-26191 2 Bedrooms from $165/mo.

    b. 3 Bedrooms $205/mo.
    1 Mile South on SR 325, Hampton. FL Sue Lott Walker e e .


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    I Obituaries i : Traffic Court Finals -- I

    Lane Sibley, Jr. Graveside funeral services were The following defendants appeared Darlan Carter Jones pled guilty test DWLS; fined$120.25,Tri County

    Mr. Lane Sibley Jr., 51, of CR 313 held at 2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 24, at Arthur N. 'Doc'lIoliiday before Judge George H. driving under Influence (DUD; fined supervision 60 days.
    near Keystone Heights, in the Memorial Park r cemetery in St. Pierce in Bradford County Traffic $437.50, attend DUI school, Joe Alan Prevatt pled no contest
    McRae area, died Tuesday, Nov. 28, Petersburg, wlm Archie Tanner Criminal Court Nov. 21 where their license suspended six months, Tn DUI, violation of probation proba-
    In University Hospital,Jacksonville Funeral Home of Starke In charge of Mr. Arthur N. 'Doc' Holliday, 82, cases received final disposition. County Probation one year, 50 hours tion terminated, 40 days in lau.
    from an apparent heart attack and local arrangements. In lieu of of Starke, died Tuesday, Nov. 21 in community work. Charles David Wells pled no con-
    complications following an flowers, the family requests donations the VA Medical Center, Lake City, Eddie David Allen pled guilty expired Leroy Roosevelt Keith pled guilty test DWLS; fined$120.25,Tri County
    automobile accident near his homeon be made to the Shriners Crippled following a long illness. tag; dismissed. DWLS; fined $120.25. Probation six months.
    Saturday, Nov. 25. Children Association.Myrtice Born in Kalamazoo, Michigan, Walter M. Allen pled no contest no Jimmy Vincent $120.2 led no con- Edward Cummings pled guilty
    Born in McRae Mr.Sibley lived in Mr. Holliday moved to Starke in 1937 valid drivers license (NVDL); test DWLS; fined DWLS; fined $120.25, Tri i County
    the Keystone Heights are all of his J. StieglerMrs. from Milwaukee, Wis. He was a ordered to pay $52 court costs. Shirley Ann Manning charged supervision 60 days.
    life. He was a member of Gadara Myrtice Jackson Stiegler, 83, member of the First United James Alvarez pled no contest with DWLS; costs suspended, James Doyle Thornton pled no
    Baptist Church; had served in the died Monday, Nov 27 in Atlanta,Ga. Methodist Church of Starke; a driving while license suspended dismissed. contest DWLS; 25 days in Jail, credit
    U.S. Air Force in the 1950's; was following a lengthy illness. retired medical technologist with DWLS); ten days in Jail, fined Manning charged for time served.
    division chief of Dr. Adams of $172.75, Tri County Probation six restraint violation; fined $32.
    security at Jackson- Mrs. was a former resident H.H. office; veteran with
    ville Naval Air Station. of Stare, teaching school in the U.S. Navy WWII; was a member of months. Rose Marie Mcinnis charged Alfred Martin Woods pled no contest -
    Survivors include his wife, Nancy Bradford County School system the Bradford County School Board Johnny Bernard Boswell pled guil- NVDL; presented valid license, paid wilful-wanton reckless driving;

    DeVoe Sibley; his father, M.L. many years ago. She and her husband for several years: was a member of ty NVDL; presented dismissed.Ike valid. license, $7 fine. fined $437.50 attend DUI school, Tri
    Sibley, Sr.; one son, Sam Sibley, all operated a drug store in the Bradford Masonic Lodge No. 35 costs suspended Norman Bradford, pled guilty David A. McKinney valid pled license guilty$52 County supervision six months, 50
    of Keystone Heights; two daughters area for many years. Scottish Rite 32, Jacksonville; andThe DWLS; presented hours community work.
    Kim Oliver of Keystone Heights and Survivors include three sisters, American Legion Post No. 56, Probation DWLS; fined six months.$120.25, County court costs. Woods charged with DUI;
    David M. McSpadden pled guilty
    Micki Brown of Palatka; one sister, Mrs. Flo Slade of Starke, Mrs. Hilda Starke. dismissed.
    G. Cardenas valid
    Alexander no
    Roberta Dodd of Survivors include daughter pled DWLS; $52 court costa,present
    Keystone Heightsand Forehand of Albany, Ga. and Mrs. one contest DWLS fined $199.
    three grandchildren. of Sara Effrain Daytona Beach ; license. Misdemeanor Court
    Myrwin Long Atlanta. Hope ;
    Lee Burton pled guilty failure to
    Funeral services will be held Funeral services were held one son, Arthur L. Holliday of Lake DLWS Roy fined $120.25. McSpadden pled guilty device costs Verrl Aaron pled no contest
    Thursday, Nov. 30 at 11 a.m. in Wednesday, Nov. 29, at 4 p.m. in City and four grandchildren. Burton; pled guilty unlawful speed; obey traffic dismiss control when; valid reckless display deadly weapon; Tri
    DeWitt C. Jones Chapel, Keystone Covington, Ga. Funeral services were held at 2 fined $108.Marvin. suspended, County Probation, fined $120.25.
    Heights, with Rev. Leamon Ward p.m. in the DeWitt C. Jones Chapelon Glenn Crews guilty license presented.Mikell Aaron pled no contest discharge
    and Rev. Don Denton Miss Julia Elizabeth Nov. 24 with Rev. JohnR. pled Melissa Sue pled guilty
    officiating. Friday, DWLS presented valid license, work firearm in public; fined $120.25.
    ; pay NVDL 50 hours community ,
    Burial will follow Brabham Burial ;
    in Gadara "Bessie" Terry officiating. was Aaron pled no contest assault;
    Cemetery under the direction of Miss Julia "Bessie" in Crosby Lake Cemetery under the $52.Patricia G. Deese pled guilty Tri County supervision Neil 60 days.guilty costs waived.
    Elizabeth Arnold McMellan pled
    Jones Funeral Home of direction of Jones Funeral Home of
    Martin guilty
    Keystone Sandra Avean pled
    of driver's license restriction
    violation -
    Heights. Terry, 92, of Lawtey, died Tuesday, Starke. DWLS; fined $120.25, Tri County court costs.
    Nov. 21, in Wakulla Springs Manor, ; dismissed. supervision 60 days. disorderly conducti $52
    Miss Stormy Lucas Crawfordville, Fla., following a long Mrs. Lillie Mae Guess Dana Lee Geiger pled guilty ex- Neil pled guilty unlawful speed; Elizabeth arrest C. Scata without pled violence no contest 60
    illness. pired tag more than four months; fined $120.James resisting ;
    Miss Stormy Lucas, 8, of Long Born in Fort White, Miss Terry Hagan presented valid tag, dismissed. days Tri County Probation, costs
    Street, Starke, passed Thurs moved to in 1911. She Christopher Goolsby pled guilty waived.
    away Lawtey was a Mrs. Lillie Mae Guess Hagan, 57,
    Nov. 23 at Shands' leaving scene of accident; fined Arnold Newman pled guilty Scala pled no contest possession of
    day, Teaching member of Lawtey Baptist Church, of Lake Butler, died Friday afternoon -
    Hospital Gainesville, following anextended was a homemaker and former in the North Florida Regional $120.25, Tri County supervision 60 DWLS; presented valid license, alcohol by person under 21; 60 days
    illness. of the cafeteria at ordered to pay $52. probation.
    manager Lawtey Medical Center in Gainesville Lisa
    Born in Gainesville, she moved to Elementary School and she wrote following an extended illness. Gail Harrell pled guilty Walter Padleford, Jr. pled no con-
    Starke five and attended the News for The Bradford DWLS; provided valid license, costs test DWLS; fined $120.25.
    Born Ga. she lived
    years Lawtey in Quitman, suspended dismissed. Richard Dean Rasnick pled guilty William R. Martin pled no contest
    Bradford Middle School. She was a County Telegraph for several years. most of her life there and in
    Leticia Higginbotham pled guilty reckless driving 500 word possession of drug paraphernalia;
    member of the Pentecostal faith. Survivors Include two sisters, Lois Valdosta. Ga. until moving to Lake ; essay fine198.
    Survivors include her mother, Wyrick of Jacksonville and Claudia Butler 16 She tag; $52 court costs. why should not speed and squeal
    years ago. was a Kenneth M. Holmes guilty tires. Martin charged with possession of
    Mrs. Lana Kay Lucas of Strickland of Gainesville, several homemaker and a member of Faith pled
    leaving scene of accident; costs Charles Eugene Ross pled guilty marijuana; dismissed.
    Gainesville her father and
    ; step- and nephews.
    Baptist Church of Lake Butler.
    Ronnie Belmarez charged with
    dismissed. DWLS
    valid license and
    mother Steven and Caren Lucas of Funeral suspended, ; present
    services held 10
    were at Survivors include three
    unlawful of
    Thomas Hutto pled guilty disposal or removal
    Rodger $52.Ross property
    Longwood,Fla. one brother,Steven a.m. in the First Church of pay
    ; Baptist daughters, Marilyn Morris of Atlanta -
    has Tri
    DWLS fined $120.25. pled guilty unlawful speed ; paid$4,000, placed on
    Lucas, II of Gainesville; one sister, Lawtey on Tuesday, Nov. 28, with Linda Sirmans of Valdosta, and Earl; Johnson, Jr. pled guilty Tri County supervision 90 days to; County supervision six months to
    Malana Dene Lucas of Gainesville Rev. McNeill and M. Ben-
    ; Grayson Jennifer Wysocki of Lake Butler
    ; NVDL; 75 hours community work, pay fine. pay rest of restitution of $360 and
    stepsister Tara Lucas of ton Futch Burial in
    one officiating. was one stepdaughter, Marie Freemanof
    Tri County supervision 60 days. Michael C Wilkerson pled no con- $120.25 court costs.
    Longwood, Fla.; her maternal Crosby Lake Cemetery under the Sanderson; one son Michael
    grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. JamesH. direction of Jones Funeral Home of Gilliam of Valdosta and one stepson,
    Shipman of Starke; her paternal Starke. Marvin Hagan of Lake Butler; two MISCELLANEOUSRaymond I
    grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold brothers, Robert L. Guess and Jim-
    Lucas of Truton, Missouri. Jessie (Buddy) SmartMr. my Guess, both of Valdosta; two

    Funeral services were held at 2 Jessie (Buddy) Smart, 72, of sisters, Janell Elder of Cary, N.C. Qualls requirements; passing written ex- have qualified professional real
    p.m. Sunday Nov. 26, at the chapelof Lawtey, died Monday Nov. 27, at and Verna Lord of Macon, Ga., 11 Awarded Board aminations; and meeting established estate appraisal services when a
    Archie Tanner Funeral Home in Bradford Hospital following an extended grandchildren and two great grand- criteria for qualification. Re- designated member is selected.
    Starke, with Rev. Jeff Arnold of Illness. children. Certification quirements also include preparationof Ray and his wife own and operateR

    ficiating. Burial was In Crosby Lake Born and raised in Tifton, Ga., Funeral services were held Sun- L. Qualls of Starke, has actual demonstration appraisals. & B Appraisal Service in Starke.
    Cemetery with Archie Tanner where he attended school, Mr. day at 3 p.m. In the Chapel of Archer been Raymond awarded Board certification in "Each certified member in
    Funeral Home of Stark! in charge of Smart moved to Lawtey in 1940 Funeral Home of Lake Butler, with Manufactured Valuation, Manufactured Housing Appraisalhas
    arrangements. where he owned and his Housing agreed to subscribe to the
    operated Rev. Robert K. Davis officiating. according to Dr. Marvin T. Deane,
    farm until his retirement. He was of Burial was in Mt. Zion Cemetery the National President.The highest professional standards of
    William Ripke the Baptist faith.Survivors under the direction of Archer certification was conferred conduct required by the organiza-- New SFCC
    Mr. William Ripke, 82, of Hampton include his mother Funeral Home of Lake Butler. after completion of the educational tion's code of ethics," said Dr. ProgramFor
    ,.died Tuesday, Nov. 21, at his Mrs. Mattie H. Smart Henderson 01 Deane. cher-Aides
    hone following a short illness.A Lawtey; two brothers Ralph Smart The Real Estate Law Institute cer- With HandicappedA
    native of Muden, W Germany, and Carl Smart, both of Jacksonville tifies those members of the real
    he had resided in St. Petersburg for ; four sisters, Mary Cannon and estate profession who have attaineda new program for teacher aides
    20 years before moving to Hampton Ruby Holcomb,both of Jacksonville tS.NPA'S SHEAR high degree of excellence In the art who work with 3, 4 and 5-year-old
    and Clemons of andHazel DESIGN and science of children will be held
    eight years ago. He was a retired Myrtice Lawtey G appraisal. It also encourages handicapped on
    steel worker; was of the Lutheran Rowe of Starke. tiy Christmas specialized education in Thursdays from 4 to 6:15: p.m.,
    fait]( was a member of theUuBHworth Funeral services were held Manufactured Housing appraisal January 9 through April 26 at the
    ; Ohio Masonic Lodgei>i...- Wednesday, Nov. 29, at 10 a.m. at.. ....., '-",.--SALE-j . ... ... through cooperating schools, to pro.... .Gaineaville...campus .of Santa Fe
    Survivors include one son, WalterE. the Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral vide the industry with fundamental Community College.
    Ripke of Hampton; one daughter Home of Starke with Rev. HokeO'Berry PERM" HAIRCUT\' courses,'educational seminars and Application deadline is Friday,
    Mrs. Emma L. Wilson of Thousand officiating. Burial was in workshops. Such qualifications are Dec. 1. Applicants may call Dr.
    Oaks, Calif.; three grandchildrenand Long Branch Cemetery, near Max- (including! : Blow Dry) designed to insure tl.e public will Sharen Galsnll at SF > "955322.
    four ville, with Archie Tanner Funeral $2'"SO
    great-grandchildren. Home in charge of arrangements.We ,"': .i.
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    Joyce & Beth Only [ Union County Area Ads] 1
    want to sincerely thank each 964-4151 118 S. Thompson SL Starke
    Cards and every one who came by to see I
    Vicky during her illness. A special "We'like to keep you looking good" ..
    thanks to our dear and caring
    neighbors, also ra sincere special NOTICE FOR RENT

    of thanks to the Hospice people who .

    were so faithful to Vicky and helpedher CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b.lub- OFFICI SPACE ISO W. Main StrMt
    through this time. Our thanks to Bradford milled to the Union County Tim. office $100.00 month. Call 4962261.
    Thanks all the First United Methodist In writing and paid In advance MObil. homel far rentOno bedroom
    Church ladies who took care of the Chiropractic CenterStarke unless credit Is already established $155. Two bedroom $180. Thr.
    food that was brought in. Our heart- with this office. bedroom $200. Phone 496-3713 .v.n-

    The family of Ruby N. Yarbrough felt thanks to everyone. Office THI TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Ing. Com. by oHIco at Sla"a Mobil.
    sincere to Martin Vanis Rosier RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Homo Pork.1tpd.11/30.
    extends appreciation
    those who remembered us in prayer, Viola Anderson 218 S. Walnut St. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER

    for food, flowers, phone calls, visits Next to the Chamber of Commerco THE TELEPHONE. LOST AND FOUND
    0 Classified deadline
    of Is
    and words of comfort following the We, the family Bobby "Dean"O'Neal MONDAY 5
    wish to our deep P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
    express appreciation -
    loss of our mother and grandmother.A to all who, in the most 9644957PAIN Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50 Stolon WhIte Malo ongtlth bulldog (GA.
    special thanks to Doyle Archer wonderful shared burden then 15 cents for each word thereafter. Bull Dog) bollovod to bo told In the
    and staff and Barbara Carter for the with food our toko Butlor Ar.o., lower I.ft fang l.
    flowers, cardds, letters
    and attention given. .
    special mining. Clifford and Loo Dugg.r.Sand.non
    and calls resolution CONTROL
    Mere words can never convey our or prayers or nfflfcT.NJURIES Fl. 275.2643 or
    any ict of kindness shown us in the
    heartfelt gratitude.Robert Headaches 275.2205.1tpd. 11/30
    loss of our loved
    ,Melba,Sharon, one.
    Sheila and Sonja Our special thanks to Steve, Cindy -' Neck & Arm HELP WANTED '
    ,Ida sue and Jimmy and the other Mid Backs FOR SALE

    The family Brown extend employees of Jones Funeral Home Low Back & Work Related $ 0.00 per HUNDRED
    Leg remalllng I letters
    their heartfelt than for the many every thoughtful thing they did Sports from home. Detail send self FIREPLACES WOOOSTOVESFIorldo't
    acts of kindness we received duringthe that meant BO( much to us. ..Personal.Auto addressed? stamped, envelope to lor"." loctlon ovor 40 different
    loss of our loved one. May God bless each one and all the Accidents Associates Box 309-T Colonia, N.J. models In Mock New, used, trode-ln't.
    A special thanks to Archie Tanner, families,friends, neighbors and also 07067. 6tpd. 10261130. W.II worth the trip. The Wood.t_. tFireplace
    and Dr. Rev. Fred Touchton for all their 13 MAC WANTS Center 2031 Northwest 6th
    Reverend Henry McKinney DR. W. DAVID CIKES YOU Cutters and
    Toll Free
    St. Galnivllle, Fl.
    Pete. Glanas. blessings.Wife Air DR. RICHARD C. TULLER spreaders. Top pay. plus Incentive
    ,Stella O'Neal Sons bonus Also n..d 18005242675. 10/197pd. 11/30.
    CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS employees. No e"_1.....production. n......". Baby Crib. Swing Walkerand many
    other baby Itemi. Coll 496-3231, after
    THE TEAM APPROACH YARD SAlE 6:30.1tchrg. 11/30
    Moving North. Must Sell Fast App. 4ocr.
    CI1IROPRACTIC CARB WHEN YOU NEED IT two family garage saleSaturday. Dec. 2 ..; 2 welli, very large houte 3b
    ::1 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAY A WEEK Couch dining table, baby furniture. d.n, 2 both, olio 2 bed trailer. Inside
    clothes, toys, and more. 555 SW 3rd ftolford city limits (central Ave.) fid.
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