Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
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December 7, 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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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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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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perlencing today, Thursday, December 7, is not destined to last.

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again Saturday morning. Car... Doy . .. . . .1. III 'cterapj
Look for some showers this evening late or Friday morning, with Ar.o N.w.. . .. . .2. 3, 4, 'I
clearing skies following and turning cooler. The weekend will be N.w. IrI.f.. . . . ..5. 'I
bright and sunny, although cool, with crisp mornings and cool land Sa1... . . . . .71
breezy days. Saturday and Sunday will see frosty mornings with Christmas. Ev.nt.. . . .10.111
temperatures in the low to mid 30's, however not as severe as nlolt..I.. . . . . 121
earlier this week. Hi's are not expected to reach 70 throughout the
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Facing reality, Bradford commissionersvoted missioner Wilbur Waters to ask the city to ap- compro..w.. >?'.:::'r, J I._ / amant county residents won't
L NotingFruit 5-0 Wednesday night, Dec. 6, to offer a prove a one-year special assessment of$30 for be busy the next two Wt:....*, _. Starke residents don't have to
$70 compromise package to the City of Starkeon emergency medical service and $40 for opera meeting with City Attorney Terry Brown i..
the proposed special assessment. tion of the county jail. It can be effective by see what can be worked out with the city. At Any. ..,, .IOUSOS asked for directions to

Cakes... Going down $30 will leave the county with a mid-January, at the earliest, because the ordinance Commissioner Joe Riddick's suggestions, proceed, pointing out there is no use, except
projected budget shortfall of some $400,000 In will have to be rewritten and Kopelousos also agreed to ask Johnny Hobbs, for venting your spleen, for lashing out at the I
The Starke Church of God Ladies attorney for Brooker and Gene Shaw
budget. "We needed readvertised. The assessment cannot be at- city council s rejection.Commissioners
an already tight more
Ministries will be taking orders for than$100 to start with/'said Chairman Maxie levied retroactively, said attorney John torney for Hampton, to meet with he and approved raising fees for
fruit cakes and various baked Carter stated. But in four meetings, city com- Kopelousos. Brown. ,, emergency rescue service and have talked
goods. Deliveries made within missioners have rejected $100. Commissioners agreed to examine every about charging a court filing fee. I
reason. Call 964-4487 or 964-8583. avenue of increasing county income for Waters suggested asking each county Atty. Kopelousos told commissioners that a
Commissioners still say the county needs 199091.At department head to see where the budget can property tax increase next year is almost a
Class of 1970... all it can get from the city. Chairman Carter's suggestion, the board be cut. forgone conclusion. "We know that," said

All graduates of BHS class 1970 The county approved the motion of Com agreed to ask attorney Kopelousos to take the County options. are limited, but Chairman Chairman Carter.

are encouraged to participate in \ .
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the planning of our 20th year class "') '4 ':t. .
reunion. The next meeting is d.'Io.; I ..W "., .. Starke
scheduled Dec. at \ ",..\0'',, .' ,. '
Thursday, 7, 7 :) t, .1, :; .
p.m., at home of Cindy Strickland ". J"I ; t., .I ., '"
Futch, 403 S. Cherry St., Starke. .. .U' ,,;; f.,: ,. ,... 'j."..;. .( .-
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Kirkland, 473-2372. ;>.[.' .,'I '.," Rejects
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Christmas Tree at Florida .j" """
Hospice "
National Bank. Red bows may be

purchased for $5 and angels for $15. ,. ;
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These items are placed on the : .
tree in memory or m honor of someone \ .. .. Buster Rahn
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:. k Tt'r Starke council and Bradford Coun-

Lunch Bunch... ty commissioners joined forces
.k again Tuesday, Dec 5, to wrestle
The Lunch Bunch will meet Fri- with the $100 special assessment,

day noon, Dec. 8, in Fellowship and the county came away empty
Hall, Presbyterian Church handed
We will be hosting clients from Commissioners were re-grouping
HRS for our annual Christmas last night (Wednesday, Dec. 6) after
lunch. Bring salads and/or city commissioners again they

vegetables. Turkey, dressing and might accept a compromise, a
gravy are furnished by the church, lowered special assessment. City
and desserts by our guests. I commissioners pointed out no com
Start your holidays by sharingthis promise was offered by the county.
time with some very special I Starke councilman Bobby Biggs
people. took the county to task for maintaining
I a low property tax rate, the coun-
Realtor's Banquet... ty s main source of raising money.
Biggs said levy ina ': f75 assess-
The Bradford Union Board of
ment was eas' "' .'. out and the
Realtors Christmas banquet will be
county comm 't'Ided to try
held at Bradford County
Dec. 9. Get again.
Fairgrounds ,
When the ji nil', .neeting disbanded
tickets from realtor, $12 each.
any Tuesday night\ Dec 5, Mayor Vernon -
Musical. Silcox did not set another special
PTA ..
session. Apparently, the Starke
The annual PTA meeting and council will not again consider the
Christmas musical is set Tuesday, issue until its next regular meeting
Dec. 12, at 7 p.m., in the Southside ---- Tuesday: Dec. 19, even though timeIs
Elementary cafeteria. End of Forty Year Building Program... running out for the county.
Fourth grade students have been The Starke council took about an I
preparing a special Christmas program The First Baptist Church of Starke will dedicate Its three story building located directly behind the Sanctuary,
to be presented at this time. Fellowship Hall-Educational building I Sunday, December 10. The new to build. routine matters, before taking a

break. The joint county-city meeting
Coed Volleyball... began about 8:45, with commissioners

coed Anyone volleyball interested team in should joining contactthe a First Baptist Dedicates Million Dollar Additionby had begun continuing earlier at a the meeting courthouse.that

Before the city council met at 7:30:
Recreation Department, ph.
there air of
p.m., was an expectancy
9646792. An
organizational meetingwill
council members since the
be held Tuesday, Dec. 12, at 7 Buster Rahn In 1948 the membership decided to undertake a building program that joint among workshop a week ago, had end-

p.m., in the old Armory. aCT Start Writ. would go on for 40 years, culminating in the beautiful facility they now ed with the promise of a com-
If ever a church could rest on its laurels, then First Baptist Church of have. promise. That optimism was

Legion Dinner... Starke might be a candidate, after considering its accomplishments.However In 1949 the new Educational Building was completed and occupied,with tempered with some apprehension,
American Legion Post 56 and the the church shows no signs of slowing down. completion of the auditorium in early 1950. since Commissioner Maxie Carter,
Women's Auxiliary will hold their Looking back on 112 years of spiritual guidance to its parishioners and A new two-story brick home was built for the pastor In 1956, on the site Jr., was quoted in an area
Christmas dinner Tuesday Dec. 12, others in the community First Baptist is now preparing for the 21st century of the old pastorium. newspaper as saying "We're stick-
at 7 p.m. Everyone is requested to with an expanded physical plant to meet the needs of a growing con- Although First Baptist seems to have been in a contiuous building program ing with the $100 assessment," Indicating -

bring a gift to be distributed to pa- gregation.Sunday. it maintained the Missionary Baptist tradition of establishing mis- no compromise was in the
tients in VA hospitals. Men bring a Dec. 10, First Baptist will hold dedication services for the just sions.In offing.
gift for a man, and women bring a completed million dollar Fellowship Hall and Educational Building. In the summer of 1967, a mission was established on Morgan Road,
gift for women. celebration of the occasion, a covered dish lunch will be held at noon, which is now the Morgan Road Baptist Church, serving a congregation in Big Guns...
'nerican Legion Post 56 Is onAwards followed by dedication services at 1:30: p.m. After the dedication, rural Bradford County. Commissioners again brought

: RoadKLPOA members and guests are invited to tour the new three story structure. Fifteen years later, in 1982, a mission was established in Hampton. their big guns, CPA Pat Farnsworthand
First Baptist, with over 1,400 members, Is the largest congregation in Groundbreaking for the new building was held In June, 1983, and completed Attorney John Kopelousos, to
Xmas Party... the county, and has the largest church building, with some 50,000 square in 1984. Named the "Victory Chapel," the congregation formed a spearhead their cause.
Lake feet under roof. Further expansion on the site will have to be additional Southern Baptist Church in 1988. The Victory Baptist Church now has a Farnsworth took the floor to ex-
Owners The Kingsley Association will Property hold Its annual stories, since the building now covers the entire land holding, with streetson strong witness and ministry in Hampton and surrounding area. plain that commissioners had indeed
four sides. The Rev. Be::Bryant was called to serve First Baptist in May, 1973 He reviewed the county budget as sug-
Party, Satruday, has ministered to his members and to the community for more than 16
gested the week before, but after
Dec. 16, at the Civic Center. Social In the Beginning... I
Hour will begin at 6:30: followed years. careful analysis, decided nothing
by a covered dish p.m. at 7pm First Baptist Church of Starke, 14 members strong, was organized in Rev. Bryant said the long-range planning committee studied the need could be pared, and, therefore, were
1877, with Judge Robert Keith serving as a supply minister. for additional facilities, including a larger fellowship hall,additional Sun- asking for the $100 special assess-
Santa will distribute and Services were first held in the school house, now site of the Woman's day School space and a new\ rehersal area adjoining the sanctuary.In ment to stand. Farnsworth
candy for the Club. A few months later, it moved to Red Man's Hall, where City Hall is the summer of 1985, the church voted to proceed with the plans for a reiterated hat commissioners had I

provide Members are asked to bring a gift located.In new building to accomodate future growth, into the 21st century.The made substantial cuts in budget re-
valaaued at $5 or less, marked January, 1879, James D. and Ally Jones deeded the present site to new three-story building is complete. quests before approaching city councils -
male/female adult/child. First Baptist, with a reverting clause in case a building was not erectedon The first floor is a large fellowship hall and educational space for senior for interlocal agreements.
the property. adults. The Fellowship Hall, with movable walls, can seat 425 people for Saying, "They cannot cut further I

Class of 1949... A church was completed July I, 1884, and the Rev.Henry Talbird D.D., banquets or other meals. without cutting services. No raises
former president of Howard College, was called. Rev. Talbird was the The second floor has a choir rehersal room, with entrance directly into were given to county employees.The .
The BHS class of 1949 will hold first full time resident minister for the fledgling church. the sanctuary. It also provides for 5 adult Sunday School departments and only budget Increases were for

its 40th class reunion Friday night, In 1905 the church the pastorium on Walnut Street, for $1,200, 20 classrooms.The the Sheriff's Department and jail
Pec. 29, at the Officer's Club, at from church member bout Wall.In third floor is reserved for expansion of the Sunday School. operation," said Farnsworth.

Of mp Blanding.For 1911-12, the church auditorium was remodeled with Sunday School The new facility is adjoined to the existing building, making a single "Basically, it comes down to go in
information, please call and Assembly rooms. structure. The elevator in the new building provides easy access to all and cut out services, those that can
964-5478 or 964-7941. The old frame church building was still in use when Camp Blanding church facilities. legally be cut. If they can't cut ser-
brought thousands of people into the area. Little could be done during the Although the forty-year building program has come to a close, First vices or pass the assessment, they'll
BHS Q-back Club... war years but First Baptist brought in barracks type buildings and in- Baptist is looking for other hills to climb, and promises to be a force for have to borrow money. They're in
stalled them on the back of the church property for Sunday school rooms. good in the community for another century, at least. position of having to raise taxes to
The BHS Quarterback Club will the 10 mill cap, look at other
sponsor the annual football banquet assessments, raise various fees and
Thursday, Dec. 14, in the Na- look at all revenue sources.They are
tional Guard Armory on Edwards Three Veterans One Newcomer Elected in LawteyLawtey looking at having to borrow $500,000to
Road. Dinner at 7 p.m. $1 million, borrowing from the

Tickets Friday,must Members purchased, $9.50 priorto voters turned out 296 veteran Buster Bennett 140 to 1JJ,to didate. Robinson lives outside theci- Council Gp. 3 have future.tried One to thing Kopelousos and must I
say, everyone
non-members, $12. Athletes, ,strong, 79.5 percent of the total gain a seat on the city council. ty limits, did not pay a qualifying Robert Scott 124 work together.
cheerleaders, coaching staff, registered, in Tuesday's city elec- Delbert Jordan is brother to Chief fee, and has come under fire recently Evelena I Kitties 120 "Survival of small counties
cheerleader tion to give Chief of Police M.M. M.M. Jordan. received 57 votes.
managers, sponsorsand of
Jordan Former and veteran coun- Earl Barber won the race easily Bill Crouse 20 depends on city-county pooling
guests will attend no charge. a resounding win, 171 to 119 mayor and working together.They've .
for his former assistant, Capt. W.E. cilman Robert Scott, who sat out a with 193 votes. He is the son of Bud resources hours to
(Bill) Tillotson. term after being beaten by Bill Barber, a highly respected city Council Gp. S spent long trying"
this Farnsworth
Job Corps... Chief Jordan is completing his Crouse, was returned to a council employee. M. Rosier UnnoppotedCity put told budget the council.together,
18 seat by a four vote margin, 124120. Harris and Emmett Brightare
Young men and women ages will
28th year, 14 terms, begin Atttorney Kopelousos said, "The
21, think about joining the Job his 15th term when he Is swoni-in Evelena Kitties ran a good race,col- the holdover council members. City Clerki bottom line is, we're asking you to
Free job training, selfpacedGED lecting 120 votes, while incumbent
Corps. this January. Earl Barber 193 sign the interlocal agreement for
learn a skill and Marvin Rosier veteran Crouse, running as a write-in can- will
program It
Mayor a $103 for one year. give county
earn money while you learn. For city councilman, was re-elected didate, garnered only 20 votes. Lowtay Voting! : Queenle Robinson 57 time to Investigate other revenue

more Information, contact Irene without opposition, but this vote City Clerk Queeiile Robinson, who Council Gp. 1 sources, Including a sales tax for
of took the clerk's when Chief of Police
Johnson at Job Service over position
Pearce available. less than
total was not readily building new jaiwe get
Delbert Jordan 140
Florida, 1430 S. First St., Lake Ci- Alphonso Anderson resigned, and M.M. Jordan 171 $100, we're putting ourselves In the
FL or call (904) 758-0433. Delbert Jordan,a newcomer to the then won a term on her on, was Buster Bennett 133 119
ty, unseated 16 W.E. Tillotson hole. It Isn't just a county problem,
city politics year defeated! badly as a write-in can- it's a city problem, also.

-- "My research on the jail Is, thereis
Upcoming... The Case of the Kidnapped Cat: ratnatiners WriteLynn no legislation that says a county
scheduled In has to a jail."You're .
Public meetings the --- - - operate
... ... without
coming Hampton weeks city are council: will meet McGrath, owner of a da Epps, was sold to N i and Angle and an intestinal infection. The doc ready to go home in a few more having to pay housing per prisoners diem. We'll haveto
pedigreed Torte-Pointe Himalayancat Laney in 1987. The Laneys tor said it would not be advisable for weeks. of the and
for Jail
Tuesday, Dec. 12, at 7 p.m., In city charge use
that with to fly. ends by saying, "I will
disappeared owners of decamped Starke with a U-Haul The letter eliminate EMS (Emergency
hall..Brooker city council will meet the defunct pet store "Paws" last trailer, taking Miss Kitty, and The letter went on to say that the see you soon, by the end of Medical Services)."
Dec. 12 at 7:30 in April, has received a letter from perhaps other pets as well,McGrath cat was pregnant but lost the litter. September. Please pick me up at the Attorney Kopelousos was saying
Tuesday, : p.m., Mrs. Laney) I know when and
hail. "Miss Kitty, her cat. said. "Angella ( thought airport. I will let you
city The Paws, a pet store on south health. When the Laney's took me was going to die," but Dr. Mike"has &M Catnapper p.3A. SM Rejected UAPKY
Walnut St. formerly owned by Glen- here, I was suffering with tapeworm! taken care of me, and I should be


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Riddick: One-Cent Sales Tax Should Be Used for New Jail I'

A one-cent county sales tax should town councils to agree to apply all tax because of changes written Into the permits necessary to clean out Asked Clerk Ray: Norman to and discussed a possible replace--
be investigated to build a new jail, the sales tax funds collected within state law which take effect in 1990. two drainage ditches which run into write a letter expressing the board's ment. told by Commissioner Joe
Bradford commissioner Joe Riddick the county to a new jail, should the Any agreement with the cities Santa Fe Lake. condolences to the family of former Riddick that the reorganization, increasing -
suggested Monday, Dec. 4. county have to build one. would have to be fair,said Chairman Ran Into the county's buracracy county employee Janet Turner who representation North
"We need to start thinking about Riddick suggested a 15-year limiton Carter. The county passed the four- in trying to get the road striper into died in a Dec. 1 auto crash. Florida Regional Planning Council
how we'll address the cents gallon gas tax and Starke
problem the tax and suggested sunsettingthe per
machine to
.operation. The was purchased to population one
Took under consideration a$1,505 from one 25,000
said Commissioner Riddick, sug- local sales tax when the jail is gets $100,000 per year with the coun-
jointly with Baker County. has been re-
bid from Frank Porreca to remove a to 50,000 population
all the flack, Carter
the should
gesting county plan aheadon paid off.Clerk. ty taking Commissioners want ownership participating counties.
house from the county Health jected by
this issue, rather than wait until cautioned pointed out.
Ray drawn up and Insurance will be forthcoming,
papers where a new Another plan
Department property
the last minute.Questioned commissioners about placing too secured. A Baker will Is
employee said. The reorganization
addition is Riddick
by a Telegraph much dependence on current In other action Monday morning, operate the striper all the time. The going up. offered because the planning council
reporter, Commissioner Riddick estimates of a l-cent county sales Dec. 4, the commission: board Is looking for attorney Flynnto Turned over to Clerk Ray Nor has trouble getting a quorum for
denied he is pushing for a new jail, tax. The county's share would be draw up the papers and to the man an out of state letter to answer, meetings, and that the Executive
saying he is neither for or against around $500,000, the City of Starke Agreed to provide six road signs George Roberts Insurance Agencyto in which a county property owner Committee has to make too many
such a project. Riddick says he some $200,000. for the Lincoln City area at the re- add the machine to the county's said his taxes have gone from$600 to decisions.Was .
wants to know the facts and have Chairman Maxie Carter suggested quest of Dorothy Moss, who policy. $1,399, and asked what the county told by Commissioner Rid
time to put a sales tax in place if the investigating an apparatus to havean represented the Concerned Citizensof plans to do with all the money. dick that the Transportation Disad-
county has to finance a new jail. inmate wear when confined to his Lincoln City. Commissioner E.L. "Surely, surely, there is a way to Agreed to buy a$1,000 power sup- vantaged Commission, which will
Riddick pointed out that state law home. (Nook) Norman, chairman of the do it without a federal case said ply for the county's phone system, make school bus use available to the
requires the local sales tax to be County Attorney Reggie Flynn Road Department, agreed to take Chairman Carter. The machine is which will protect the system from disadvantaged, is In transition from
distributed to municipalities within asked for more lead time than has care of the matter. sitting idle and Baker has recently power surges. the Department of Transportation to
the county based on population. been given in the special assessmentif .Agreed, at the request of Com paved.roads to stripe, the chairman Noted that Veterans Service Officer the North Central Florida Regional
Commissioners discussed asking the the county decides" to levy the sales missioner Joe Riddick, to look into said. Bill Haas will retire Dec. 31, Planning Council.

I Pre-election Jitters in Evidence at Lawtey City Council Meetingby I

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Buster Rohn repairs by putting a new casing The council voted to pay Barberfor done. whose owner lives In the county. eluding the cost of maintaining a
act Staff Writer under the street, replacing the old trips to the landfill, without The council agreed the hydrants Mayor Rosier says the council is pound for animals picked up under
Election jitters were In evidenceas line which had been installed knowing the number of trips or the need to be repaired, prompting reluctant to pass an an animal con- the ordinance.
officials sparred back and forth without a casing when the water dollar amount. Mayor Rosier to ask Crouse to seek trol ordinance, since it would then Mayor Rosier asked City Attorney
with short answers and raised voicesat lines were originally installed. The vote prompted resident David bids for the job. have to provide for pound, an expense Johnny Hobbs to research:: the legal
the regular meeting of the Lawtey The city needs another water line Scott to criticize the council for ap- David Scott raised the issue of dog ; the town doesn't need at this options available to the city, and
council Monday night Dec. 4. under Terry Road for further expan- proving unknown amounts,although control again, saying there Is now a time. report his findings next month. I
In the end, Mayor Marvin Rosier sion of the water system, and Skin Councilwoman Laura Harris ex- second dog coming onto his propertyand Pat Henry chief deputy,attending Chief Jordan asked the council to I
banged the gavel and adjourned the ner offered to do both jobs for $900. plained the amount of payment will becoming a nuisance. the meeting on a different maiteradvised pay overtime for a police officer thatis I
meeting: to shut off further discus- The council approved payment of be determined by city records. Scott had met with the council last against an animal controlordinance working 12 hour shifts.The council I
sion of items not on the agenda. the emergency repairs, accepting Robinson said the city has not month to ask for something to be because the cost of implementation never had an opportunity to considerthe
Mayor Rosier appointed poll the $900 offer for installing casings received fine and forfeiture funds done about a dog..that. _runs loose. _I is _prohibitive In- request.
workers for the Tuesday election, under both streets. from the county for the past twomonthskand
with approval of the council: Bud Barber complained that he Police Chief Jor
Mrs. Lucile Shuford, clerk. has not been paid for hauling trashto saying the coun-
Robert Austin, sergeant at arms. the county landfill, although pay cil seems to think he is responsiblefor AWANA
Ms. Lois Waters, Inspector.Ms. ment was approved by the council the county's delay in mailing out PARENT SUNDAYDecember
Ineta Franklin, inspector.Ms. several months ago. checks.
Marguerite Kelly, inspector. Clerk Queenie Robinson admittedshe Councilman Bill Crouse reportedfour
Mayor Rosier said a water line did not include payment for fire hydrants are Inoperativeand
running under a paved street began trash hauling in Barber's pay,since need repairs. Local ContractorRon 10that
leaking badly, and required repairson she "heard" Barber wasn t making Denmark had offered to make
an emergency basis by an outside trips to the landfill. Robinson refus- repairs at a cost of$800 each several
firm. Skinner Horizonal made ed to reveal source of information. months ago, but nothing had been
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are (II to r): June Cole. Division tournament Tuesday, Dec.

to 5, at r):the Mike Tornado Rowell.Auditorium Ethan Caren are,(I c (Q\w) (Qj)) )
The Tornado High-Q team used a The victories closed out the were conducting tournaments on the Sean Jones and Matt Eunice. \ C3Urualj
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run Bron- regular season with the varsity same The
day. winners of each divi-
son in academic competition Nov. 21 posting a 4-3 record and the JV sion will meet ,

by In a score addition of 190-50., the JV High-Q'ers finishing Bradford with took a 5-2 only slate.12 players on December Conference 7, today again, to determine Thursday a Nease then conquered Fernandina !! Arbor cTimea JHucfc shop
Champion. Beach
136-80, and
broke went on to face
open a tight game with a 40-7 the road to Bronson and all played Seven 8
schools in the Northern
run in the first half Orange Park in the championship
to defeat
the well said
Coach Crawford.
Eagles 9052. Division vied for the Division honors 132 E. Call St.(Next to City Barber Shop)
Six of the tilt.The
eight varsity players
with Middleburg favored to win, but Tornado Varsity team was StarkeFLStringed
answered toss-up questions and two Orange Park stole the show with a defeated
by Orange Park in the
of the four JV broke the
defeat over Middleburg in the cham- opening round, 167-206 Orange Park
column. Billie Brown
pionship round, 262-167. to the
Catnappersfrom off the bench to lead the varsity going on win championship Instruments
The Tornado Hi-Q teams were and a trip to Conference. ,
responding correctl 5 of 9 at-
( IA) both eliminated in the first round. Middleburg
in the
page was given a bye
Matt Eunice led the
where I will be flying in." JV, drilling 50%again of his team- The Junior Varsity team fell to first round, but faced the Fernan- Accessories & More '
Mrs. McGrath has heard leading 12 Fernandina Beach 79-130 in the first dina Pirates in the second round,
more from the Laneys. According to Coach Crawford, the round while Keystone. Heights fell to who prevailed over Keystone
Nease 139177. earlier.
When the Laneys left town, Mrs. Bradford High-Q teams were "just Heights
McGrath contacted Assistant State simply better than Bronson. We OPEN: Mon.-Sat. 10-6
Attorney Wade White, who said loss were in need of an easy win with the An Electrician? Also Open Thurs. & Fri. Nights 6-9
of the $350 cat appears to be a civil tournaments just around the
business matter, because it involves a corner." Call DAN. WAINWRIGHT36 Layaway Now For Christmas
agreement over custody of
The Tornado Auditorium was the
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the cat. White said the
are unknown. Laney'swhereabouts scene Tournament of the Northern Tuesday,Division Dec. 5. Hi-Q J 7821077 Single&3 Phase- Reason Aly Priced Work ROMANS 8:38-39: Royce & CynthiaAdams

Mrs. Laney's father, Wayne Three divisions in North Florida
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To Compromise on Issue < .:...,( ''tt f,

"Lucky Point", a two story rustic II
"Compromise" is a wonderful word.It a lower assessment.The building built by Isaac Tyre at the

is defined as "a settlement reachedby meeting again ended in crossroads in Putnam hall during

mutual concession". Without com- stalemate, although the County Com- depression days of 1931-32, is scheduled

promise, little would be accomplishedb mission scheduled another meeting of for individual demolition or organization in January would unless like some to

State or Federal government. Few its members for WednesdaY Dec. 6, to have it free for moving it from its present
bills would be passed by state discuss its position. At the time of this location. :

legislatures, and fewer still by Con- writing, Wednesday morning, the The log-sided cypress structure has
gress. The wheels of government would meeting had not been held and the out- seen various uses over the years as a

soon come to a standstill without com- come was not known. residence, a general store, a community ,H' -.-" ,', ,
center, and the Putnam Hall post office --",::" ,' :---
promise.At The City has raised its property tax presided over by C.R. Petty for

the end of Tuesday night's joint levy and its garbage collection fee this many years. Putnam Hall Landmarktersection

meeting of County Commissioners and year and some members feel cityresidents Historic Melrose, Inc. is cooperatingwith
City Commissioners for the fourth should not be subjected to J.D. Griffis of Raiford, owner of of State Roads 26 and 100. He the site

time it seemed as if both sides were another assessment for jail and EMS the property to find a new home for the first offered to donate the building to'Anyone interested in this bUlldmgs
familiar landmark. Griffis is
locked into uncompromising positionsfor operations. It is true, however, that the to erect a new convenience store planning and anew any nce worthy there have non-profit been organization no takers he'will but maV contact the owner. J,D. Griffis at

a $100 special assessment on each City benefits by having its prisoners post office building at the busy inLetters : give it to anyone willing to move it from 431-137 Raiford,
household and commercial operation in housed in the County jail, and all

the county. The assessment is citizens, wherever they live, benefit

necessary, the County says, to meet the from Emergency Medical Services. Union County'

cost of operating the county jail and 1 the Editor
There is an old hypothetical questionthat 5
Emergency Medical Services in the current EMS Updating
fiscal asks, "What would happen if an ir-
year. resistible force met an immovable ob-
Legal advisors have told the County ject?" No one knows the answer, of Parent Protests School's :FailureTo With State $$$

that it would be illegal to place the course. But one thing is sure nothing Report Student AbsencesTo

assessment on citizens living within a constructive would occur. Bids on equipment rename
municipality unless an interlocal agree- $221,189 for the newly
All Parents Mr. Schlofman had the nerve to tell Department of
Union County
ment is approved by the city govern- The same premise applies in the cur- be- me that that was my "problem". But Emergency Services have already
Do know where child is
ment. rent County/City stalemate. If the you your the attendance and why the teachersare been let and reimbursement is expected
tween the hours of 8 a.m. and 3 p.m.?
At Tuesday night's meeting the two County Commission did not reach a not reporting absences consistently from the Department of Com-
: last You would think they would be in direct to the parents should be the munity Affairs upon arrival of the
groups again failed to reach the compromise offer at meeting school. I soon found out that isn't so. schools responsibility I equipment and Invoices, Jerry

"mutual concession" that is necessaryfor night, we sincerely hope it will do so What really makes it so bad is that the Well, Mr. Schlofman, that Wilson,Union County EMS Director,
any successful compromise, before its next meeting with the City teachers have made it easy for a student "automatic" telephone is broken -- so said Tuesday.The .
Wall said he Commission. Otherwise we learn to skip because of their lack of concern
Commissioner Ed may whose now'I
although "problem two major items, a 1,000
as to why a student is not in their
mission did not offer to compromise on meets the proverbial immovable object. would like to tell all of teacher, Mr Sexton, and found out she and a squad truck (all purpose utility
parents any had missed 29 classes out of 70 held. On vehicle) were bid-In by Dowling
BHS student why I feel this way. November 20 he turned her in for the Fire Equipment Co of Silver Springs -

Seventy days into this school year, first time. He told me that he had turn Successful bidder on $21,200 in
Is The Cold War CoolingOr my daughter has missed 112 classes out ed her in before, but I couldn't find a communications equipment was
I of the 490 classes held. I had to catch report of it at the school. I think he was Motorola Corporation, under a state
my daughter skipping classes to find just passing the buck because he didn't contract.
Just Pausing for Breath? this out.I even put a comment on her report card, Wilson said the Union County unit

went to the school extremely upset such as a 01, which means excessive had already received $125,000 from
about how easy it was for my daughterto absences. DCA for initial upfront expenses.
The Bush/Gorbachev "Non-Summit But, as pointed out by the Wall Street
leave campus without being accounted My daughter has also missed 21 Bids expected to be mailed out
Summit" may have left more questions Journal, "Suddenly, the two powers for. The dean of 10th grade classes out of 70 held in Mrs. S. Smith's next week are on a new headquarters
unanswered than answered, but the fact have important common interests: students Mr. Petrella got me an atten- class. In the last six weeks alone, my building for the UCDES, which has
remains that it was history in the mak- Each wants change with stability in dance printout, filled with U's E's and daughter has missed 16 classes. Mrs. been budgeted at$100,000 and will be
Europe each wants Gorbachev's Z's. It looked like some type of foreign Smith told me because my daughterhad SR-121 about mile southof
ing, and an event whose time had come. I was shocked and the dean excused absences she located on a
writing. eight thoughtI
reforms to succeed and each has its intersection with SR-100, on
Now the analysts are having a field day told me what they meant. was aware of them. Mrs. Smith had
the County
discerning just what it means or did not reason to cut defense spending in orderto I have sent this child to school every turned my daughter in for skipping property Road currently Department used, by which will

mean, and what conclusions we, as improve other social programs. That day and I couldn't understand why someone The office gave my daughter an after- move to a new location. It will include
private citizens, might reach will de- leaves the way open to talk about fun- had not gotten in touch with me. school work detail, but of course shedidn't a five-bay garage, crew living

pend largely on which interpreter we damental changes that could lead to a Why did I have to "catch" my daughteroff tell me. quarters, administration offices anda
have the most confidence in. Some say further cooling of the cold war. campus to find out? On the printout I received from Mr. training facility In an adjoining
The school official did not know-how P liela; there were only four excused building. Steel for the building has
the cold is while others
war over, argue In spite of''all'these uncertainties 4n''Mrs. Smith's class '
much this really upset me, that none of yontLq nces-J been 4ionated by the pe notJn9vnojWilsofi
that it has just begun. In the meantime, what happened on-the ugh waters of her teachers had gotten touch! with nice: itwhcrjssoAtetlng'43 J ''ds wrong;"" Coi'r tohsI)1.GOuN!
all we can do is wait and see. the Mediterranean last.weekend will un- me. So I went to the School Board Mr-Petretts'told 'me-this'is"why the 8 sdys"1hat although ti i&tw

Before the mini-summit began, doubtedly be inscribed on the pages of meeting for some answers. I also met dropout rate is so high because parents strongly opposed to the hazardous
like take students out of school when
me waste to Union
with no answers as to why the teacher plant coming Couny
aides said that Mr. Bush'stop matter what the outcome.It
history .
presidential no had not gotten in touch with me about they are skipping a lot. he wants the county to be properly
priority would be to deliver a twin also proves that history makes the my daughter missing so many classes. Parents you need to petition the equipped in case it does. ''"The

message: 1) That the U.S. will not try to man, rather than the other way around. Board member Len Schlofman told school to be responsible for informingus $400,000 we are getting now will be
capitalize on the musical-chair changesnow The spontaneous overthrow of me about the automatic telephone when our children miss class. I just a fraction of the $5 million that
govern- would like to thank Mr. Petrella for all will be needed for a state of the art
transforming Eastern Europe, nor machine that called the home, NOT the
ments East and other
do to Moscow's Europe places parent, and tells of their child's his help and would like to suggest that emergency services unit capable of
anything jeopardize
around the globe are taking place, not absence. I knew about the machine we work together to make it harder for serving a treatment plant for the en-
shaky military security. 2) The Presi- so much from the actions of any one from last year, and told him that if my students to skip school. tire state of Florida.
dent would press Mr. Gorbachev to use leader but by spontaneous combustionsof daughter knew she skipped school she ,Just remember this letter could According to Senate Appropriations -
his influence to persuade Cuba and the love of freedom by all mankind would be one step ahead of me and have been about your child. Bill 240-A, Union County was to
receive$400,000 from the state for its
Nicaragua to stop sending arms to the answer the phone.
everywhere a movement that has Virginia Thomas Hampton Emergency Medical Services Unit
Salvadoran rebels.If taken on a life of its own and is making and $100,000 for legal fees incurred

these were, indeed PresidentBush's its leaders as it progresses. Alachua Board Ignores Wetlands LawEditor by opponents in their fight against
placing the hazardous waste. plant in
main objective, he succeeded in Union County,

the first, and had to be satisfied in the wetlands. A few old boys with
second with a denial by Gorbachev that
bulldozers got the power, ain't they?
Russia was sending arms (at least Keep Those On Nov. 21, the Alachua Board of Bill Edwards FORESTRY-
County Commissioners once again went ,
directly) to El Salvador.
along with developers instead of order- Gainesville
Although the two leaders of world Letters Coming! big Lake Santa Fe wetlands restored.By ,IN BRADFORD COUNTY]JJ

power seemed as chummy as college refusing to second Commissioner Shriners Thanked) II
alumni at a class reunion there are still Wheat's motion to order the fill and a For Financing SurgeryI'm By Stan Shepard
Letters to the editor have
always boat ramp removed, four of the commissioners Bradford County Forester
those who doubt that the Malta meeting been one of the most popular stalled, allowing the sorry this has taken me so long to
wrote finis to the cold war. Although the features of The Telegraph and developers to leave that part of the fill write, but sometimes the things we Bradford 'County landowners can'
the most unsaid the qualify now to participate In a
mean longest.
Reagan-era tensions appear to be gone, other newspapers. Recently, it used for a road and boat ramp. go reforestation incentives program spon-
we are reminded of Gorbachev's wordsof Ten years ago this month, my sored the Florida
seems that we have been favored For 10 years, Santa Fe Lake by Forestry Associa-
in the
caution: "...the world leaves one their Harold daughter was operated on tion. The Florida Reforestation Incen-
with an unusually large number of Dwellers,led by president, Shriners Hospital In Greenville, S.C. to
epoch of Cold War and enters another Hill,have waited for the unlawful fill to correct curved The tives Program (FRIP) encourages
well-written a severely
letters spine.
Interesting con- be removed and for the wetlands to be private landowners to reforest their
epoch. We're just at the beginning of miracle\ that she came through the
u. cerning local and issues. land
topics restored. Over the decade a previous by reimbursing them for the cost
a long road to a long-lasting peaceful Like freedom of speech, and county commission ordered it done and surgery even better she than the doctors of the pine seedlings they plant.
for. is beautiful
had a
hoped Today
period. In other words there is still circuit the had This program will be available
freedom of the press there is also the court ruled county 24-year-old who is married, has a childand
lots to be before the to order restoration. statewide for the first time. Although ,
accomplished entering right
freedom, in this country, to write to Is leading a full, active life at sponsored by the Florida
the great ideal of "true peace". Commissioner Dekle the Beach. Forestry
upon the editor and express your opi- George sees Jacksonville Association, the FRIP program is a
There are still great and troubling nions, as long as they are not violation told in the a new wetlands light. He would says suffer be'abeen Without the care she received at the cooperative effort sponsored by the

issues to be resolved. President Bush libelous to another person, or exceed even more if the fill were removed. He Shriners' Hospital, her prospects today Division of Forestry, the ASCS offices
was noncommital on Gorbachev's proposal the bounds of what is con- says other violators got by with the would not be very good. According to and Florida's forest industry. Florida's
the doctors, without the therapy and forest industry funds the
sidered kind of violations.To program by
to limit sea-launched cruise acceptable language.If same
surgery she received (completely paid contributions of money or seedlings.
missiles; and the Soviet leader, in turn, someone has violated your deliberately for by the Shriners) not only would she September 5 was the beginning of
would not talk about what he might do to rights as an individual, or has sum up the developers hundredsof be badly.deformed in her body today, signup at your local ASCS office. Participation

help ban the shipment of arms to El taken actiorwwith which you do not ignored tons of fill the,law built brought a road in and a boat but she would also be plagued with I will be on a first come-first
heart and lung problems that would serve basis with landowners
Salvador.It agree, tell us about It and we'll tell ramp into Lake Santa Fe -all without a s her life. consider the following to
them that is, unless your permit. They were ordered to restore how tives program objec-
was also evident that both leaders :
have refused to do thank to the ones
the wetlands. They you say you
language is too abusive and Landowners will
somewhat restrained in their efforts agree to plant ,
were who back child whole
remove the road and the ramp. gave you your
at conciliation for fear of disturbing thereby violates their right to fair and healthy and never asked one thingin seedlings for commercial purposes as) .
the ultra-conservative element in treatment. And try to keep the letters If Commissioner Dekle's views hold, return? The only thing I know to do is recommended Landowners by the county forester. :
brief, for even the most in- lawbreakers who got away to tell others about what they have done owning at least 10 acres '
I both countries. Gorbachev dares not previous will agree to plant a minimum of 6
teresting subject with it create sufficient precedent to and encourage everyone to give
gets boring
I seem to give in too much to Washington .If other lawbreakers. And the generously to the Shriners.Your money acres.
or humbly beg for aid, while Mr. Bush dragged In the out too long. forgive damage done to wetlands against the will be used well and wisely the Pine Division seedlings of Forestry will be AFTER ordered from .'.
meanwhile those signup
must avoid ruffling the feathers of keep letters law ought to stand if somebody can Sharon and Ed Petiprinand at the local ASCS office. ,
American conservatives who still fear and post cards coming, folks. argue that a remedy would also mugger Family,Lawtey Maximum reimbursement will be
that Soviet reforms could be Just a trick Sometimes they may have more effect other words, one pardoned for up to 60,000 pine seedlings. This is '
to economic aid from the U.S. than you think and they cer- should win vindication for another.Anddon't Thanks... generally a sufficient quantity to plant >
head forfear
doctor the bump on your
tainly make.interesting reading., The coaches cheerleadersand 80 acres.
which could lead to more Soviet aggres- it will grow. of Christmas tree.plantings are not
parents the JV football team
sion in the future.
wish to thank Ms. Susan Coleman and eligible. .
Jay Gould, one of the railroad scoundrels
Pine seedlings available from
Starke Pizza Hut for furnishing all the
of the late said it
1800s. more succinctly Division of include .
for the team NovemberIt Forestry
reminded party on
when that be pizzas
was Genetically Improved Slash
,violating the law. Ha it this waY '; "
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pRID4 .RADFQID ;co J" l Damn the law. I got the' power. 'ain't was' outstanding support. for cur I Once planting Is completed and the 1 r
4 K 1 t It"" local team., Thank county forester certifies that the trees I )

.miligr ;. Maybe GuuVS was"right.,Damn the you.Butch...Redding. are pls t,all correctly, the Uii/wner-;
,, will then be
: 14 : the seedlings reimbursed, for the cost of' '5

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publrtd.ocn d.N ed Second .I l from the Division at a cost of 11.00 1 '
: thundery a : on .s Matter at per acre to be planted in trees. About 8 '

the Post OWc at Stark. portda,_under Act SfMarch 31879. ; r.+- to 10 acres per,day can be planted with i '
a machine. > .
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Subscription Rate h pet year; J8.00.lx month1CXrMd If are interested In
'.0.DravHM A Stark, t Harkta you participating
; .Trade Arose:;S,5.00 per >ar.a.SOlxmanmt. i a. The average p.r on In the course of a lifetime walks a distance equivalentto In the FRIP,please stop by the ASCS of- E
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Social Iterfd'Mrtfis .. : holiday Party Given' \ ''' .. '; !

: or Rotary Members} Guests ;


e'Engag Ninety-two Rotarians and Rotarynns7' troduced by Orian Wells, Rotary
m.entsn 'Weddings Social'Kffttor9644036" /:. enjoyed the club's annual president was music by a new local
hristmas party at the Camp Blan- group called{ "Nostalgia", recently
Meetings ePartiesEngagements. Ing Officers Club last Friday night. organized by Bill McKae and Patti
A truck load of gifts for men Kay'Elder. Others in the group are
omen, and children, together with Joey Herres. piano; Warren
anned goods, brought by those at- Stephenson drums, and Tyler
ending, will be distributed later to Elder, Carol Stevenson, and Holly '
amilies in time for the Christmas Shields. :il :1
.. .. 101ida)'. Each Rotary Ann was presentedti
A highlight of the piuKram In- with a potted poinsettia as a gift ..
Ramona Bailey, Suzanne Foster, from the club. '>; J

Jim Peronto Michael McRaeTo -- arct

Announce EngagementBill Wed Dec. 23 Announcing. . i::lI"f

and Lucy Bailey of Palatka Mrs. Hilda Daugherty of Berrien :;
announce the engagement of their Springs, Mich. and Mr. Robert Lt./Col. Tommy Troops Commander of the 962nd Air Warning and ICC3imq
daughter, Ramona Sue, to James Ruthsatz of Stevensvllle, Mich., an- Surveillance Squadron (L) and Major Jon Waldrop, Gina's husband,are : I
Allen Peronto, of St. Augustine and nounce the engagement of their pinning captain's bars on GIna during promotion ceremonies. i BIRTHS
son of Mr. Beverly Peronto. The daughter, Suzanne Foster, to Staff A
wedding will be an event of Saturday Sgt. Michael J. McRae, son of Mr. ', JO.T: '
Dec. 16, in Christ Independent and Mrs. James E. McRae of Gina Waldrop Promoted. .''TIJ

Methodist Church of Palatka. Starke. .. David Allan Duncan.... ..rrttiol:
The bride-elect is a graduate of Sgt. McRae recently returned to Gina Waldrop was recently promoted to the rank of Captain in the
Florida State University with a the states after serving a tour of du- United States Air Force. Gina is assigned to the 962nd Air Warning and Stewart and Harriett Duncan of Starke announce the birth of a son, ;
BME in Music Education. ty of five years in West Germanyand Surveillance Squadron at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska. Gina's primary duty David Allan, born Nov. 16 in Alachua General Hospital, Gainesville. He art ''
The groom-elect is a graduate of is now stationed at GoodfellowAFB as an air weapons controller in controlling air to air fighter intercepts weighed 9 Ibs. 14 oz,and was 22 inches long. He joins a brother,Jonathan, :::::;j
the University of Florida with a San Angelo, Texas. from her radar scope on the AWACS aircraft. 2 years old.Maternal. ;r!1
BME in Education. He is the Band The wedding is planned for Saturday Gina Is the daughter of Ted and Judy Lane of Starke. Gina graduated grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Faulkner, Sr. of .:
Director for St. Augustine High Dec. 23, at the First from Bradford County High School in 1982 and Is married to Major Jon Starke. Maternal great grandmother is Mrs. Zita Hicks of Jacksonville. innMTJ3
School and former Band Director for Presbyterian Church in Starke. All Waldrop. She Is the mother of an 18-month-old son, Jon Michael. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Emory W. Duncan of Lawtey. i
Bradford Middle School in Starke. .friends and relatives are invited to Paternal great grandmother is Mrs. Gertrude Cruce of Starke. rata I
Morgan Carmichael Reddish.... 1: 1"f 'j

Archie of Orlando announce the birth of a daughter, :'' i
I Upcoming Events of Interest Morgan Carmichael Reddish, born Nov. 16 in Florida Altomonte trrl: i

. Hospital,Altomonte Springs. She weighed 7 Ibs. 3 ozs. and was 20 1/4 Inches ;=.;m
long. ;t urn
Maternal Mr. & Mrs. Delbert of
grandparents are Casey Hampton .'1m ,i
Woman's ClubChristmas Open House For Lake. .._,
Rev. & Mrs. R.T. Williams LuncheonThe Upjohn Healthcare Paternal grandfather Is Keith Reddish of Heilborne. Springs. m
Paternal grandmother Is Joyce Carmichael of Jacksonville. :

To Celebrate 50th Woman's Club will hold their ...
AnniversaryA Christmas Luncheon meeting at the Upjohn Healthcare Services of .,.S"
clubhouse on Wednesday, Dec. 13 at Starke, Florida will be hosting an "
reception to celebrate the 50th wedding anniversary of Rev. &: Mrs. 12:00: noon. Reservations are re- open house at their new office loca- '...1
R. T. Williams will be held at Kingsley Lake Community Center on Sun- quired and may be made with Donna tion at 225 South Orange St. on .:::1;.
day, Dec. 10 from 2-4 p.m. wells at 9645520. Music Chairman, Thursday, Dec. 14 at 4 p.m. until 6
The reception will be hosted by Rev. &: Mrs. Williams'children: Harold Mona Canova, will present a p.m. .
Williams,Wanda Bishop,Joan Crisp and David.Williams. All friends and Christmas Music Program and play '"
relatives are invited to attend. with a seasonal theme. The Social

Pastor Chairmen, Donna Wells and Vickie When female elephants fight, it Is said,
Appreciation Special Concert Teal will be assisted by Lydia Miller other's tail. they usually try to bite off each
To Be Held Set and Sandy Rowell hostesses for _
for Sat. as -----------
Dec. 7-10 this affair. This Christmas Party
The Valvettes will be in concer Luncheon will be the main social
The Evangelistic Pentecostal Saturday: Dec. 9, at 6 P'mat event of the club year, so don't miss
Church at 730 Pine Street will be Greater Allen Chapel AME Church. it '
celebrating Appreciation for Pastor Admission is free.
Juliette Long, beginning Dec. 7 Rev. Vance Robinson, pastor USDA Commodity
through Dec. 10, starting at 7:30: Distribution
p.m.There will be a speaker for each Dates Times :'.

night.The public is invited to attend. Suwannee River Economic Council 'sa&da9GCCd ....
Inc. announces the distributionof \ pj, a

Convention USDA commodities. You qualify a _', I CV :
Baptist to receive commodities if you: TAY L R 3 LITER/CASE

Receive Food Stamps (Required: V ear. 27.25 .
Letter of Decision); or receive .150pEFtM .':(.
Winter Board to MeetThe AFDC (Required: Medicaid Card); Dfllrtrfo 1.5 LITER/CASE ",
or Receive SSI (Required: Medicaid tviunilt; oo cn \ nr:
Florida Card); or meet the income % A>i>% \ :
GeneraljState Baptist ties). Rev. Riley, our State Music ITALIAN WINES i'1
Convention Winter Board Meetingwill Director from Deland, Fl., along guidelines set for eligibility. For \ ..
70 ML./CA&6
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be held this in Starke more information on the guidelines, ,tllAevEV ;1rl1
year with local musicians is in charge of call \ BOURBONS, [
beginning Dec. 4 through Dec. 6. the music for these occasions. the Outreach Center. tvzzms37.95 e ndw''" BLENDSCANADIANSCOOK'S
On Monday,Dec. 4,a musical program If you would like to purchase a Commodities must be picked up \ "TlEBFRAUMILCH .. \
only at the site e s ____ -
will be held at the Bradford designated on the \ y.a
banquet ticket(the price is 20.00,a KI.NTlK.KV HOUHUON \
High School Auditorium. Tuesday representative from each church card.You must present your current > : "nq
7547.00. JlflBEAH 76.95
night at 7 p.m.a banquet will be held will be selling them or you can call card to receive commodities. You or ISaTOICREAS \ qw
either of two CHAMPAGNES $rOQfli5 75TI.R/CASE|
Middle designated alternates \ s ; Im
at the Bradford School Gym- Rev. A. J. Simmons at 964-4658 or \
nasium. 964-6919 or Rev. L. Davis at 964-8831 may pick up the commodities. \ ORSOLA 750 ML/CASE LORI> 750 ML/CASE :,1':'
This convention will be presentinga for more information. Certification, Recertification or k \ rnA4a
mass choir of people from all over Please make an effort to come out done Replacement of a lost card will be \ s t d-'e 4-QO ( CANAIIAN 79.95 ::
North Florida (Alachua, Columbia, and join us in the name of Jesus. at the outreach center.USDA's \ \
Union, Baker and Bradford Coun- Emergency Food Robert VINTAGE TABLE ancient LirtK/CASfc 4r
-,- Assistance Program is available to \ 52.50 91.75 \ :n'::
Class bees all eligible recipients regardless of Mondavi 750 ML/CASE i 1\ ge KENTUCKY BOURBON ,\ .'.
Quilting race, color, National origin,age,sex
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75-Year-Old Quiltbably follows: Dec. 11 through Dec. 21, 750 ML./CASE ', AMERICAN WHISKEY \ 11)
1989.Outreach Center, 134 E. South
St., Starke, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. \ HARVEYs7593:95: fJwnJ&a{ 7153.95 n

The Wal-Mart quilting class continued made this at a quilting Please bring a bag or box to place .. y
way your commodity in. BRISTOL CREAM .- TilE I FGENDARV IMPORT ')')} I
its course Thurs. Nov. 30 and bee where the women would have \ \
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pork, egg mix, honey will be
old which I I \ '+TrltA
a 75 year quilt was day to finish a quilt. distributed this month.
shown by instructor Ruby Hersey. There are 36 people in the class NOTICE 1 '
: Dec. 11, office will be II
The quilt was made of thousandsof and they appreciate the new closed 12:45-2:30: for Volunteer Dinner \ $ I I I I \
star pieces, and was constructed methods available after 'WO'1
tiny today see-
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of hand picked, hand pulled ing the old quilt, and hearing how day. staff meeting in Live Oak. \ A \ milt. ;
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ragetA TELEGRAPH December 7,198'
Bradford Co. Fair AssociationWantsMemberslloinNow

Southside Elem. NewsDec. PUBLIC NOTICE

The Town of Brooker, Florida will hold an election on February

12: PTA Meeting 4th Grade Taylor's class won the Campbell's 13, 1990, for the following offices: Mayor one year term, During the holidays may seem like annual membership feels$3 and you
Music Program.Dec. their label contest in October with Council Seat No. 5 -one year tern Council Seals No. 1 and 2- a strange time to be thinking about wULbftJuueda membenhjpcard.Checks .
15: Christmas HolidaysJan. donation of 328. School-wide two year term.Candidates the county fair which Is a spring may be made to Bradford'
2: Planning Day goal Is 12,000 labels PLEASE. We may qualify to run for the above offices during normal time event but for the Bradford County Fair Association and mailedto
Jan.3: Students Return to School. want to win the educational equipment County Fair Association BCFA In of LeRoyce Ed-
school.A business hours: Monday, Friday & Saturday,9:00.m. to 12:00 (BCFA) It care
NEWS FROM THE CLASSROOMSFrom for our special Is a round job. wards,Route 1,Box lUll Lake Butler
noon,beginning December 26 year
Mrs. Lopes Class: News by card for parents was sent home with 1989,ending December 30, 1989 BCFA invites
to become 32054.
Jill Gnann, Russell Warren and Adams students, this ESE week Director by Mrs.: Denise at the, All qualify papers must be received at Town Hall by noon volved, your opinions you and ideas are in- Fair premium booklets are Jn,the/
our December 3D, 1989
Casey Moore Our class has Bradford County School Board. welcome and necessary to ensure a process of being printed and'W be
prepared a time capsule. We have Please send these back with your Town Clerk better Fair each and every year. available by the first of the year for
placed It in the new office that is be- child as soon as possible. We appreciate Charlene Thomas Becoming a member Is easy distribution. If you are Interested In
ing built. In the time capsule, thereis cooperation in this enough and entitles you to attend the placing an ad (either personal or
a Sharkbite Newspaper and a matte your annual Fair Association Dinner.The business) In the book please contact
cassette tape that tells names and __
ages of students In each of our
classes. On the tape we tell about
good things In the world and things!
which need to be improved. There s
also a picture of the class in the capsule
we predict the capsule will be
opened in 20 years. A plaque will be Telerani.ED
mounted which will tell where the
time capsule was placed. We hope
ed all of us will be here when it is open-

Southside Elementary staff would
like to thank all who donated for the
Thanksgiving baskets. Our school
was able to help ten families have a
haooier Thanksgiving. Mrs

Lawtey School NewsOn U.S. No. 1 White
Thursday Nov.9,Lawtey Com-
munity School's Partners for Suc- .... YOM run. ... T- ...
cess attended a luncheon at the 20 LB. BAG POTATOES 4 7 I SJ
school. Partners who attendedwere __ ,. I
: L.W.C.I., Denmark Fur-
niture, New Method Cleaners, ales .to this art. KM* Msatoy.Dec. .
Hardee's Taxidermy, Jackson'e 4 OKI SwNbyrotc. 10, 1M.
Building Supply, the Lawtey City
Council and: Terwillegar Motors.
The Lawtey Student Council officersled

explanation the invocation of their and gave duties a brief and Sin yii li ill

Principal various highlights Buddy Paterson of school groups.held a 7 Noll Wi.i

short meeting with the group ex- r dearrns
pressing gratitude for the supportand PORK i niMQ
concern each group has given
LCS. Even though Partners for Suc- / LE iAVutlVMOjnt/ ; il WIImO; :,; ";
cess is fairly new,LCS has received
support from our business community 'Qii
many times in the past. Mr. Jim (
Duncan, School Superintendent, SlicediFREE! ,
spoke briefly on ways business part- ARTERS ,39
ners can help schools and parents of
school children. Mr.Jim Lewis,whois i
county coordinator with Becky
Reddish, spoke about the Businessand I
Partners program and what
schools and counties
other are doing.
Others attending were Mr. James j xfrai$_: _
Wainwright, School Board
Representative, and Mrs. Griffis, 'I. I SLb
Guidance Counselor from the Voca-
tional School. After the progam, a
short tour of two computer labs, the
Pre-K and an early intervention program Fraser Fir
was given.Mrs. Iva Jean Har- U Extra Lean Whole
rell handled the arrangements

Lawtey Student and Councllcollected program.The BOSTON CHRISTMAS TREES
canned food for a ThanksgivingFood
Drive. Over 670 cans of food
were collected, with teachers BUTTS
donating enough money to buy
and hams for food
turkey seven e
baskets. Our PTO Christmas program \** S *. .ii't ,
will be held on Tuesday; D.C. -
12 at 7:30: p.m.Square USDA'Choice Beef'98c Each

CLb .
DancingAt BOA ,
Clay Hill School Large Handmade Live _____
YORK Christmas Wreaths. 8.99
Come join the fun I Recorda are NEW Each
spinning and feet keeping time to the .
country-western beat at the Clay STEAKS
Hill Elementary School on Tuesday STRIP
nights. USDA Choice Large Florist Quality
James and Clarice Maxey have
started classes in Country WesternSty Beef Boneless
*..Square Dancing. The classesare
every Tuesday night from 7:30: to S )) TOP SIRLOINSTEAK POINSETTIAS
9:30.: This Is good clean family fun,
children age seven years and above
will be accepted in class to learn
along with their parents.
Casual attire and comfortable
walking shoes are the accepted $ 99
dress. Classes will remain open to $
new students until December 19.The 2 _
fee is $8 per couple and $1.50 per
child,the parents must be In class in Lb.
order for a child to be admitted. EachDried
Come Join us for a relaxed eveningand
benefit from moving around the
square among friends.
There is a whole new lifestyle a
awaiting you, this Is the "American '
Heritage Dance". Apricots . ...., 1.99
Next year-in June the 39th Na-
tional Square Dance Convention will .._ '
be held lit Memphis,Tennessee.The 2 Liter ;:
Maxey's already have sold out a PEPSI COLA Old Milwaukee & 10 Oz. Frozen Ptetsweet
64 Oz. Carton
chartered bus for the trip to Mem-

ph1aar farther information contact Old Milwaukee Lt. I FIVE ALIVE JUICE BROCCOLI SPEARS

the Maxy's at 281-1944. 89 C 12/6PkCn

FHP Troopers 2 liter DM Ht DtvML 59
99 (:
Vehicle Continue Inspections License I D.w.e1z 02.. .Pqnl. . . 99 9 $209 fej: ; 1 0

Bradford CountyThe

be conducting Florida Highway driver license Patrol will and 4 Oz. Mountain Blend 8 Oz. Plain Philadelphia 6 Pack 5 Oz. Peach-Pineapple/
9.5 Oz.
vehicle Inspection: checkpoints during BiscuitsBUTTEBMENOTS
NESCAFE COFFEE StrawberryBlueberryStrawberryBananaBlueberryRaspberry -
the week of Dec. 8 through Dec. CREAM CHEESE
14 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230.: SR-18,

CR-227 CR-225,,CR-231 CR-12S.CR-229.,CR-230 and CR-looA CR-231 990

in Bradford County.Recognizing the danger. presentee! 59 2/$109/

to the public by defective vehicle!
equipment. Troopers will concentrate -
their efforts on vehicles beint' _
operated with defects such as bad PHIUpfLPHIA
brakes, worn tires and defective L GUAM GKII _
lighting equipment. In additional;: 6

tendon will be directed to driven 12 Oz. Morning Star 10 Oz. Food Lion Regular 25 Lb. Dry 1.00 Off
who would violate the driver llc+... I _
The Patrol baa found these checkpoints .
to be an effective means of enforcing J
the equipment and driver '
license laws rf Florida while Insur $1'39

lag Union the protection County of nil motorists. 690 $699

,The Florida Highway Patrol will _
be driver license and
vehicle inspection; checkpoints durIng _
the week of Dec. 8 Dec.,
14 on SR-100,SR-131. throw ,
8123811 CR-237, CR-229,,
CR-12S, CR-23IA, CR-24A and CR7S8A
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...Z'"z"z,,"'''''''__,= _",. December 7. sass TELEGRAPH-. __ .P... __-._ TA_nI

Rood 100-A; th.nce South 87 degree. 41 IN -whose 'last
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE known mailing address I I.I you are
minute and 56 seconds West along saidSoutherly EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Post Office Box 862. required to serve a copy of your
Keystone Height. written
boundary 718.67 feet to an AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Florida 32656; RUTH M. GAWLEY, SMITH defenses If any: la It on TITO S.
I e Iron for Point of Plaintiff' Attorney Post Office
a .offices pipe Beginning. From CASE residence t
NO. 89-366-CA unknown but whose) los I Drawer 1354. Palatka, Florida
Point of Beginning thus described 32078 on
run known
INVESTORS MORTGAGE mailing address I I.: Post Offta, or before
South 4 January 4th 1990 and tile the
42 minute and 02 Box
Plaintiff. Keystonef.1gMs Flor Ida
seconds East parallel with the I original with the Clerk of this Court
Westerly v*. 32656; ALAN C. FOLEY. resident, either before
boundary of sold NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 service on Plaintiffs Atrom.y
JULIE MORRIS unknown but
SEDGWICK f/k/o last known
IN mailing I I
THE or
CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH records measure a distance of 269.4 feet 1346.09 feet to an Iron pipe on the JULIE P. MORRIS and address I I.: Post Office Box 1019. Man.tauk. default Immediately thereafter; otherwise

JUDICIAl CIRCUIT IN AND FOR on a bearing of North 17 degree, 29 Southerly boundary of said NE 1/4 of NW RONALD SEDGWICK Defendant New York 11954; YVONNE F. for a the will be entered againstyou

BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. minute East along the East boundary of 1/4; thence South 87 degrees, 14 NOTICE OF SALE FOLEY residence unknown but whose relief demanded In the Complaint

CASE NO: 377-CA Walnut Street to the point of beginning. minutes and 28 seconds West along last last known or Petition.WITNESS .
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 mailing oddrest I I.: Post Of
COMMUNITY STATE From the aforesaid my hand and the teal I of this
BANK point
OF STARKE. beginning measure Southerly boundary 100.37 lice
NOTICE 'IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Box 1019. Montauk. New York Court
PlaintiffVI on the
210.0 feet on a bearing of South 72 feet to an Iron pipe at the Southeast corner following-described wit 11954; HERBERT day of December 1989.
property to- : CRAMER residence
degree. 14 minute East thence of a parcel described In Deed Book RAY NORMAN
A parcel of land unknown but whose 'last known
containing one acre mailing
RALPH L. GILPIN and BARBARA J. measure a distance of 150.0 feet on a 4, Page 77 of the public record of laid Clerk of Circuit Court
more less the ofSoutheast address Is 1048 Aleconte
or In SE 1/4 :
lying Road StAugustine .
GILPIN. hi. By Carol
wife : Williams
NORWEST FINANCIAL bearing of North 17 degrees, 29 minutes County (aid Southeast corner being Deputy Clerk
1/4 of Section 9 Florida 32084:
Township DANIAL A.
FLORIDA. INC. and East thence 525.00 ; 12/07 4tchg 12/28 Cont. No. 302
CONTINENTAL measure 210.0 feet on a feet Easterly of the Southwest :
South 22 Bradford REBER residence
Range East County unknown but whose
ABSTRACTING SERVICES CORP., Defen bearing of North 72 degrees, 14 minutes corner of sold NE 1/4 of NW 1/4)), thence Florida and last known
dant being more particularly mailing address I I.: 3819 Fart NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
to the East line North 4
of Walnut Street degree, 42 minutes and 02 described Avenue,
a* follows: Lynchburg Virginia 24502. REGISTER
NOTICE OF SALE thence measure 150.0 feet on a bearing seconds West along the Easterly boundary
Notice l I. of
given that pursuant to the South 17 degrees 29 minutes West to of said parcel' and parallel with sold
corner of said SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 and ALL PERSONS CLAIMING Pursuant
Summary Final the of run AS HEIRS. to Section 865.09, Florida
Judgement entered point beginning containing Westerly boundary 420.0 feet to Iron
November 27 on 72/100 an thence North 02*05' West along the DEVISEES. GRANTEES ASSIGNEES. Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that the
1989 acres.UNIT the
In Civil Action pipe at Northeast corner of sold
Easterly boundary thereof a distance of LIENORS CREDITORS 'TRUSTEES OR undersigned RONALD BENNETT Rout.
Number 89.377.CA. of the Circuit Court NO. 2: Start at the Northeast core parcel, thence South 87 degrees, 14
of the 421.75 feet to Point of Beginning; from OTHER CLAIMANTS UNDER SAID DEFEN 1 Box 97X. Newberry, FL 32669 and
Eighth Judicial n.r of the
Circuit In and for Intersection of Jackson and minutes and 28 second West along theNortherly
Bradford County Florida Walnut Streets In the Point of Beginning thus described run DANTS: AND TO ANY AND ALL OTHER JOHN NEWSOM 125 NW 23rd Ave, No.
In which City of Starke boundary of said parcel and
thence South 8628' West a distance of PERSONS OR CORPORATIONS HAVING 14. Gainesville, Fl 32601
RALPH L, GILPIN and BARBARA J. Florida as shown on the Bradford County parallel with the Southerly boundary of joint owners,
200 feet to a point; run thence North OR CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN AND TO doing business under the firm of
GILPIN. hit wife Florida name
NORWEST FINANCIAL records Deed Book N, Page sold NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 172.21 feet to an THE
FLORIDA 759 0205' West and parallel to aforesaid FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS IN SIGNS GALORE 1640-B S. Walnut St.
INC., and CONTINENTAL measure North 17 degrees, 29 Iron pipe; thence North 4 degrees, 42 BRADFORD
Easterly boundary a distance of 2F8 feet COUNTY, FLORIDA TO-WIT: Stark., Florida 32091 Intends to
ABSTRACTING SERVICES CORP., ore the minutes East for a distance of 594.4 feet minutes and 02 second West parallel register
Defendant and COMMUNITY along the East boundary of Walnut with old to a point; run thence North 86*28' East a A parcel of land being lying and sold fictitious name under the aforesaid
STATE 928.27 feet
Westerly boundary
distance of 200 feet to aforesaid Easterly situated In Section 25, Township 8 South. statute.
BANK OF Street thence
STARKE Is the Plaintiff I will measure a distance of to an Iron pipe on the aforesaid Southerly -
boundary; run thence South 0205' East Range 22 East Bradford County, Florida. Doted this 7th of
Mil to the highest and belt bidder for 210.0 feet on a bearing of South 72 boundary of the right-of. of County day December A.D.
way and
cash at the front door of the Bradford degrees, 14 minute East to the point of Road 100-A; thence North 87 degrees along said Easterly boundary a distanceof more particularly described at In Bradford County Florida.

County Courthouse In Stork., Florida at beginning From the point of beginning 41 minutes and 56 second East along 218 feet to the Point of Beginning. follow: 12/07 4tpd 12/28; Cant No. 303
11:00 distance PARCEL NO. Z; A parcel of land containing Commence at the Northwest corner of
measure of
a.m. on December 18, 19S9 the a 142.5 feet more last aforesaid Southerly NOTICEED
less 1 acre more or lest, lying In the the Northeast One Quarter of the
following described or ,
real on a bearing of South 72
property set 272.67 feet to the Point of WAGNER hot made
Beginning application for
forth In the Summary Final degrees, 14 minutes East to the right of Southeast 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of Southwest One Quarter of sold Section
Judgement SPECIAL
YOU ARE file written EXCEPTION
to 13 for
lot 8, Block 1.ln PINEHAVEN SUBDIVISION way line of the Seaboard Air line your Section 9, Township 6 South Range 22East 25 and run South 367 feet; thence run Facilities Group
with Living the
defenses If to this action to Bradford
any East and County
Bradford parallel with the North line
a* p.r plat thereof Railroad thence on a bearing of South County Florida more of
recorded In the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for the South Board of Adjustment on property that Is
Plat Book 2, 65, 17 degrees, 46 minutes West measure particularly described as follows: 1/2 of sold Section 25 a
page public record of a Bradford County Florida and serve a classified OR and described below
distance :
Bradford County, Florida distance of 301.4 feet on a line parallelto Commence at the SE corner of sold SE of 2110.54 feet to the Easterly
except easement thereof the for the Approximately 5 of Parcel
on Sly boundary the railroad, thence measure on a copy upon attorney 1/4 of SE 1/4 and thence run North 02*05' right-of-way line of State Rood No. 21; acres No.
os 5204-0-00000
per survey Plaintiff who If Section 35 7
plot. bearing of North 72 degrees, 14 minute West along the Easterly boundary thence continue East a distance of 1392.0 Township

Dated this 28th day of West a distance of 141.0 feet more or JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. Esquire thereof a distance of 639.75 feet to pointof feet; thence run South 63*45' East 322 0 betide South Range 22 Eatt. located on Rd. 100
R. Hobbs Jr., P.A. Hope Baptist Church.
1989. lei, to a point 210.0 feet from the East Johnny beginning, from point of beginning feet; thence run South 3530 West 578.0 The
P.O. Drawer 938 Starke, FL 32091 County Zoning Board will
Clerk boundary line of Walnut Street thenc.m.a.ur. thus described run South B6*28' West a feet; thence run South 270 West 128.7 review
Roy Norman the
964.5700not application and make
By: Tasher Allen Clerk 301.4 feet on a bearing of ((904)) distance of 200 feet to a point, run feet; thence run South 05'00' East 348.00 recommendation a
Deputy later than Dec. 28th 1989. to the Bradford
11/30 2tchg 12/07; Control No.692 North 17 degree, 29 minute East to the DATED this 30th day of November thence North 0205' West and parallel to feet; thence run South 14*31' West 30 Board of Adjustment for their County public
point of beginning containing 97/100 aforesaid Easterly boundary a distanceof feet; thence run South 78*31'09" West
hearing to be held
1989. at 7:30: in the
acres. 218 feet to a point; run thence North 1834.20 feet to a concrete monument on Commission

Dated this 28th day of November RAY NORMAN 86*28' East a distance of 200 feet to the Easterly rlght-of.way line of said 209 N. meeting room of City Hall
Clerk of Circuit Court Thompson St., Starke. Florida on
IN THE CIRCUIT 1989. aforesaid Easterly boundary; run thence State Road No 21; sold concrete monument -
COURT EIGHTH 11/30 4tchg 12/21 Tuesday December 26 1989 at this
JUDICIAL Ray Norman Clerk South 0205' East along sold Easterly being 1550 feet Southerly a*
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Control No. 267 time, all person will be heard
conc.rn.Ing -
By: Tather Allen Deputy Clerk boundary a distance of 218 feet to measured along sold Easterly right-of-
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA . . this application as specified In the
11/302tchg 12/07, Control 693 line, from 367 feet South
CASE NO: 89.396.CA No beginning.will way a point of Bradford County Zoning Cad...
JEANNETTE D. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO be told at public auction to the the North line of the South 1/2 of void
Plaintiff IN THE CIRCUIT COURT REGISTER highest and best bidder for cash said Section and said concrete monument Director B.C.D. of ADJ.

vs. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FICTITIOUS NAME ale to be held In the lobby of the Bradford being the Point of Beginning of this Itchg 12/07, Control No. 305

JOHNNY BRIER and DONNA IN AND FOR NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the County Courthouse, Starke, Florida description. ((1)) Thence run North
his wife, and FLEET FINANCE BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA undersigned desiring to engage in on the 2nd day of January, 1990 at 11:00 78'31'09"East 1613.13 feet to a concrete See Page

A MORTGAGE INC. CASE NO. 89 587 CA business under the fictitious name of monument In the approximate ordinary

Defendant WESTERN STEER FAMILY STEAKHOUSE a.m.Sold tale hall be made pursuant to a high water line of lake Geneva; ((2)) For Zoning LegalsCHURCH

NOTICE OF SALE ..>'"',.''., ROY MCFASHIOM. Plaintiff at number 1100 S. Walnut St., In the City Final Judgement entered In the above Thence run along' said high water line

Notice I I. hereby given to the vs of Stark., Florida Intends to register the entitled action on the 27th day of with the following courses and STARKE
Final Summary ANY AND ALL PERSONS CLAIMING BY told name with the Clerk of the CircuitCourt November 1989. distance South 2353'22" West 217.65

27, 1939 Judgement In Civil entered Action on November OR UNDER NICKALOS MCFASHION of Bradford County Florida. DATED this 30th day of November feet; South OSWIO1' East 123.91 feel; OF GOD
B9.396.CA. of
the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial AND/OR GUS MCFASHION Defendants Dated at Claremont N.C.. this 8lh day 1989. ((3)) Thence 'leave said high water line 422 N.St. Clair 964-344S

NOTICE OF ACTIONTO of September 1989. RAY NORMAN and run South 795T46" West 31522 John Spratlln, Pastor
In and for Bradford
Circuit Florida In which JOHNNY BRIER County.and DEFENDANTS. ANY AND ALL PERSONS WESTERN STEER FAMILY Clerk of the Circuit Court feet; ((4)) Thence run North 1109'42" We friv/te/ you to worship with us

CLAIMING BY OR UNDER STEAKHOUSERichard By: Carol William., Deputy Clerk West 242.68 feet to a point 50 feet short
DONNA BRIER his wife, and FLEET Attended
NICKALOS MCFASHION AND/OR GUS Craft Vice President on this bearln of call ((1)) of this descrip
12/072tchg 12/14.; Control No. 301
FINANCE A MORTGAGE. INC., are the Sunday School __, 10 tun
MCFASHION m 111"m H.1
: tlon ( )Thence South
(5) 78"31'09"
11/304tpd 12/21 ; run West ..._..____
defendant and JEANNETTE D. KINCAIDIs Morning Worship 11 un
Institutionof Control No. 689 and parallel with Call ((1)) distance of
the plaintiff. I will tell to the highest this Evening Service ___.____ Spot
and best bidder for cash at the front action by Plaintiff. ROY CALL FOR BIDS JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR 1160 feet more or lets, to the East right- W.dn d. Youth ....?................... 730pm
MCFASHION against you seeking to of-way line of State Road No. 21
door of the Bradford CourthouseIn
County quiet title on the following described Sealed bids will be received by the Ci CASE NO. 89-360-CA Thence run North 251842" Wast and
Starke Florida at 11:00
a.m. on
December 18, 1989 the following- property In Bradford County Florida toe ty of Storks at the City Hall In Slarke, FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN along the sold East right-of-way a I'I'

described real set forth In the wit: Florida until 1000: A.M. Tuesday ASSOCIATION OF PUTNAM COUNTY distance of 60 feet more or lest, to the

Final property Judgement.All A parcel of land lying being and December 19, 1989 at which time anplace d Plaintiff Point of Beginning and to close

Summary tho..c.l tracts or situate In the NE 1/4 of NW 1/4. of Sec all bids received will be publicly v. TOGETHER WITH all of the property lying'
: s
tion 32, Tovfrlshlp' South Range 22 between '.... ( of the
parcel lying In the opened and read aloud on the following JACK W. FAGAN and ANNE Y. FAGAN. .Ea'boundary

Count 'of ofjIond-Allunle.BrWfortrCnieSfafe' of Florida. fxyjt, fiq"1tfc,.'City of Statke.t Bradford One ((1)) 286cbmputer)""*ta4J e software Husband and Wife-. ET Al., i... property described herelnabove and thewaters
t ptytFlorida; said parcel being more of lake-GanevcCand
parnluHilfni'scfibed( follows, and printer. Specification may be obtained Including
more a* DefendantsNOTICE "
lo-wlt: particularly described at follow: by contacting W.M.Weldon at the OF ACTIONTO riparian right*' thereunto appertaining The) bagpipe .It an old Instrument

Commence at the Northeast corner of City of Starke, P.O. Drawer C, Stark., FL PAUL L. GAWLEY residence Into the water of lake Geneva.
UNIT NO.1: Starting at the Northeast ; It I I. spoken of In the Old Testamentand
corner of the Intersection of Jackson and said NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 and run South 4 32091. Telephone numbwe ((904)) unknown but whose last known mailing YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to M wee used by the Egyptians.

Walnut Street In the City of Starke, degrees, 30 minutes and 42 seconds 9645027. address I I.: 4350 Lawn Avenue, Western foreclose a mortgage on the foregoing Greeks and Romans.

Florida a* recorded in Deed Book N, East along the Easterly boundary 11/302tchg '12/07 Spring, Illinois 60558; RICHARD J. described property In Bradford County,
thereof 26.05 feet to the Southerly Florida ho been filed
Page 759 of the Bradford County Florida Control No. 690 GAWLEY, residence unknown but against you and
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lice of the Director of Zoning and Planning and be heard at Ihe tlire and placo Ordinance relating to:
City Hall Thompson Street Stark, prescribed. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR The rezoning of the following described
property and umending the Com-
I Each and every person having any In. COUN COMMISSIONERSItchg THE LAND USE PLAN prhnslv land Use Plan to providethat
talon whatever In Ihe enactment of this 12/07: Control308: PO3/23 An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive land currently' zoned RSF-1 and
ORDINANCE should Land Use Plan Element and
proposed appear - designated by the plan at Residential
and be heard at Ihe time and place NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Map by Bradford County, Florida In ace Single Family be rezoned to RO, and
fordone with the 'local Gov.rnm.ntCompr.h.nllv.
prescribed. REZONING AND AMENDMENT designated Residential/Office, the property .
BOARD OF BRADFORD OF THE LAND USE PLAN Planning Act of 1975 as of Walter W. Sylvester described
Each and having any Interest provided for In 163 of the
the Comprehensive
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Art ORDINANCE amending at follows: lot No. 16 of Lake Hampton
whatever In the enactment of this Florida Statutes.TO .
REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF tchg' 12/07; Control 309; PO 3723 land Use Plan Element and Oaks Parcel No. 00983001600178'x245'
THE LAND USE PLAN proposed ORDINANCE should appear : All Citizens, Taxpayers and other
Map by Bradford County Floi l la. In accordance Section 25 Township 7 South
and be hoard at the lime and place Interested .
An ORDINANCE amending the Compiohonsive NOTICE OF APPLICATION with the local Govoiiunent persons.You Range 21 East Approximately B miles
land Use Plan Element and proscribed. FOR REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF Comprehensive Planning Act of 17/5 as and each of You are hereby and South on 301.
Map by Bradford County Florida In aclordonee BOARD OF BRADFORD THE LAND USE PLAN provided for In Chapter 163 of the herewith given notice/ In accordance You are further glvun NOTICE that a I
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS with Florida Statutes that the Board of
with the local Government An ORDINANCE amending Ihe Comprehensive Florida Statutes.TO copy of sold proposed ORDINANCE Is j
Comprehensive Planning Act of 1973 at llchg 12/07: Control 310: PO3723 land Use Plan Element and : All Citizens, Taxpayers and other County Commissioners of Bradford available for your Inspection at the of- I

provided for In Chapter 163 of the "NOTICE. Mop by Bradford County Florida In accordance Interested persons. County Florida have designated the tic. of the Director of Zoning and PlannIng I
Florida Statutes with the local Government You and each of You are hereby and County Zoning Planning City Hall Thompson Street Stark,
REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF Board to conduct a public hearing of a
TO All Citizens, Taxpayers and other Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 os herewith given notice in accordancewith Florida.
THE LAND USE PLAN regular held 7:00 In the
interested persons. provided for In Chapter 163 of ,the Florida Statutes that the Board of meeting at p.m. Each and every person having any Interest I
An ORDINANCE the Comprehensive Council Room of Stark Hall Stark,
amending City
You and each of You are hereby and Florida Statutes.' County Commissioners of Bradford whatever In the enactment of this
Land Plan Element and Florida December
Use on Tuesday 26 1989
herewith given notice In accordancewith 10: All Citizens, Taxpayers and other County Florida have doslgnated the proposed ORDINANCE should appear
Florida Statutes that the Board of Map by Bradlord County Florida In accordance interested' persons Bradford County Zoning and Planning and mak a recommendation to the and be heard at Ih. time and place
Board of and the
with the local' Government County Commissioners
County Commissioners of Bradford You and each of You are horoby and Board to conduct o public hoorlng at a prescribed.
Planning Act of 1975 as Board will consider on Wednesday.
County. Florida have designated the Comprehensive horowith given notice in accordance regular mooting hold ot 7:00 p.m. In the BOARD OF BRADFORD
for In Chapter' 163 of Ihe January 17 1990, ot the CommissionersRoom
Bradford County Zoning and Planning provided with Florida Statutes' ,that the Board of Council Room of Slarke City Hall. Storke' COUNTY COMMISSIONERSItchg
of the
Bradford Courthous
Florida County -
Board to conduct a public hearing at a Statutes.TO County' Commissioners of Bradford Florida on Tuesday, December 26 1989 12/07; Control306' : PO3723
All Citizens, and other Stark. Florida at 7:30 p.m. an
regular meeting held at 7:00 p.m. In the : Taxpayers County Florida have designated the and make a rocoinmondatlon la the
Council Room of Starke City Hall Stark, Interested persons. Bradlord County Zoning and Planning Board of County Commissioners and the
Honda on Tuesday December, 1989 You and each of You are hereby and Board to conduct a public hearing at a Board will consider on Wednesday,

and ,make a recommendation to the herewith Florida given Statutes notice that In the accordancewith Board of regular mooting hold at /.OO p.m. In the January IT, 1990 at Iho CommissionersRoom School Lunch Menu Dec. 1115Bradford I
Board of County Commissioners and the Council Room, of Slarke City Hall Starke, of Ihe Bradford County Cour

Board will consider on Wednesday County Commissioners of Bradford Florida on '",>sclay. Oocombor 26, 1989 thouse Starke, Florida al 7:30 p.m, an WEDNESDAY Sloppy Joe en Bun Buttered
have Ihe
January 17. 1990 at the CommissionersRoom County Florida designated and moke a lOcominoiKlation, to the Ordinance relating to: Elem. 8t Middle School Corn Apricots, Cookie Milk.
of the Bradford County Courthouse Bradford County Zoning and Planning Board of County Commissioners, and Ihe The rezoning of tho following doscnbd MONDAY: Chicken Noodles, Peanut Butler Tlll'RSDAYi Baked Turkey Dressing Mashed
7:30 Board to conduct a public hearing at o Sandwich Cabbage Slaw. Pears, Cookie MUk.TI'K.SIMY Potatoes It Gravy, Cranberry Sauce Ambrosia
Starke. Florida at p.m. an Board will, consider on Wednesday. property and amending the Com:
Christmas Ice Cream, Hot Rolls, Milk.I
regular meeting held at 7:00: p.m. in the Salisbury Steak Rice*Gravy Turnip
Ordinance relating to: January 1 17, 1990. at Ihe CommissionersRoom preventive Land Uso Plan to providethat Greens Apricot Cornbread Milk. FRIDAY Pizza Garden Salad, Peaches CIn-
Council Room of Slarke Hall Starke,
The rezoning of the following describe City of tho Bradford County Courthouse land currently sonod RSF MH.1 and WKDNESIMYi Sloppy Joe-On-Bun, Buttered namon Roll Milk.
od property and amending the Comprehensive Florida on Tuesday. December 26 1989 Slurke Florida ot 7:30: p.m. on designated by the plan os Rosidoiiliol Corn Peaches Milk. A-la-Carte
and make recommendation to the Mashed
a Till IISDAYBakedTurkey Dressing
Land Use Plan to provide Board of Commissioners and ,the Ordinance rotating to: Single Family/Mobile Homo bo roionod Potatoes and Gravy Cranberry Sauce Ambrosia MONDAYS Corndogs, trench fries hamburgers,
that land currently zoned RMF-2 and County Tho rozoning of the following doscrib- to CN and designated Commercial -Christmas Ice Cream Hot Rolls Milk. milkshakes O.J..
the Residential Board will consider on Wednesday Green Hot Rolls, TL"!:8DAY. Pizza cheeseburgers. Trench fries
of Beans Pears
designated by plan as ed property and umonding Iho Compiuhonsivo Neighborhood Ihe property Bonjomin FRIDAYPlzza
17, 1990. at the CommissionersRoom O.J., mllkaha"""' .
Multiple Family be rezoned to RSFMH1 Land Use Plan to providethat Hankersun iloscnbod as follows: Paicol Milk. weDNE8DAYCorndogs french Tries, pizza
of Bradford Courthouse
and designated Residential County land currently /onorf RMH.2 und No. 0'2295000000 In Suction 18 hamburgers, milkshake.TIIURSDAYHamburgers.
the of Susan Starke, Florida at 7:30 p.m. on Bradford High School ) : trench fries, pizza
Mobile Home property tlosiynatud by Iho plan us Residential Township 6, Range 22 Eusl. on N W. iSlb
Ordinance relating to: MONDAY Hamburger Bun Lettuce milkshakes.
M. Faulkner described as follows: Approximately bo ro/onoif to and Avenue.
Multiple Family ILW
The rezoning of the following described Tomato Green Beans. Brownie Pears Milk FRIDAYCorndogs, hamburgers, trench tries
3.64 acres out of Parcel No. dosignatod Imfuslriul, liyht A Warehousing You are further' yivoii NOTICE Idut a TUESDAY: Hamburger Gravy Mashed milkshakes.
02217.0.00000 in Section 16 Township 6. property and amending the Comprehensive Ihe property of Susan M. Faulkner copy of sold proposod OKOINANl is Potatoes, Turnip Greens. Cornbread, Chocolate Each day students have a choice ot a hot lunch
Range 22 East located on North' 301. land Use Plan to providethat iloscnbod as follows: AppiOKiiitulolyI available for your inspection at Iho office Cake Milk. salad bar or a-la-carte.
land EA and
You are further given NOTICE that a currently I 139 ucrut out of Parcol No. of the Director of /oning and Plunn-
copy of said proposed ORDINANCE It designated by the plan as Exclusive 0221/0 00000 in Suiliuil 16. Township 6, ing City Hull Thompson Shoot.' Stunk, esC
rezoned and
available, for your Inspection at the of. Agriculture, be to OR. Ranyo 'II (",I. I ucutod on Not 111 JO I. Florida. :
lice of the Director, of Zoning and Planning designated Open Rural the property' of You uio fuilhor qlvon NO TICK: : that ai.jpy Each uittj ovary pot'tills huviiu) uny interest : a C
City Hall Thompson Street Stark, Betty Lester' described at follows: Approximately of said propiMoJ DKUINANCE: it whatever In Iho i nn.lii'oiill' this + +as e
I 1.02 acres in Section 6, !
Florida. available fur your inspui tiun ut Iho office proposed ORDINANCE -.liuuld "I'I'r i|
Each and every person having any Interest Township 6, Range 22 East Parcel No. of "Ilio Oniclor of honing and Planning and bo linurd at the lima .,,,.1 |pi"I .. c- s0
02001.0.01800. located SR16 West
whatever in the enactment of this on City (Hull Thi>inp''on Slroul Stork presinbod.
proposed ORDINANCE should appear Florida. !lOAMI) I" IIKADH! .
and be hoard at the time and place You of are said further proposed given ORDINANCE NOTICE that is a Each and ovary poison" having uny in- (.OUNIYC'IWMISSIl.'NI I HiItrhq To remove fit from hot soup, put an lea cube In a thin cloth and swish

prescribed. available copy for your Inspection at the of torost wluitovar in the onuitinunt of this 12/07: Control JO/, HO i/ii: back and forth in soup; the fat will collect In the cloth.
Itchg 12/07: Control' 312.: PO3/23:



An ORDINANCE amending the Com
prehensive Land Use Plan Element and

Mop by Bradford County Florida In ac
cordance with the local Government

Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 os
provided for in Chapter 163 of the f1

Florida Statutes.TO -C i -

'interested: All Citizens persons.Taxpayers and other :

You and each of You are hereby and
herewith given notice In accordance
with, Florida Statutes that the Board of
County Commissioners of Bradford
have the
County Florida designated _
Bradford County Zoning and Planning "..
Board to conduct a public hearing at a
regular meeting held at 7:00: p.m. in the ; ;
Council Room of Slarke City Hall Starke. _
Florida on Tuesday December 26, 1989
and make a recommendation to 'the
Board of County Commissioners and 'the
Board will consider on Wednesday -4iLuil; ji1 ;

January 17, 1990 at the CommissionersRoom
of the Bradford County Cour

thouse Starke Florida at 7:39: p.m. an
Ordinance relating to:
The rezoning of the following described
property and amending the Comprehensive .
1:1 .
Land Use Plan to providethat I /'
land currently zoned RSF-1 and 'f.,

designated by the plan os Residential Bradford
Single Family be rezoned to RSF-MH-1 County
and designated RSF/Mobile Home the -"e

property of Robert Cooper described as
follows: Approximately 3.25 acres moreor
less out of Parcel No. 04206-0-00000 SINCE 1879

located off of Edwards Road approximately
1/2 mile from city limits.
You are further' given NOTICE that a
copy of sold proposed ORDINANCE It -

available for your Inspection at the office
of the Director of Zoning and Planning e e ra ; ;

Florida., City Hall Thompson Street, Storke, ,

Each and every person having any Interest
whatever' In the enactment of this

proposed ORDINANCE should appear
and be heard at the time and place The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

----Itchg-...12/07 COUNTY BOARD: Control COMMISSIONERS OF 311 BRADFORD; PO3723 Something you can't buy anywhere else



An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive .
Land Use Plan Element and

Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance -
with the local Government

Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 at
provided for In Chapter' 163 of the

Florida Statutes.TO .
: All Citizens, Taxpayers and other
Interested persons.

You and each of You are hereby and .' o i e
herewith given notice In accordancewith "

Florida Statutes that the Board of ,;., .
County Commissioners .of Bradford
County Florida, have designated the
Bradford County Zoning and Planning Please Mail To: P. 0 Drawer A, Starke, FL 32091
Board to conduct a public hearing at a
regular meeting held at 7:00: p.m. In the
Council Room of Starke City Hall SIa..... 23

and Florida make on Tuesday a recommendation December 26 to, 1989 the, ,., A WEEK DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME. .

Board of County Commissioners and the

January Board will 17 1990 consider at the on CommissionersRoom Wednesday Less than the stamp it takes to mail, a letter. .

of the Bradford County Courthouse
SUBSCRIPTIONS ONLY'i.AGreatChristmas'rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrmrrrrrrrr
Starke Florida at 7:30 p.m. an
Ordinance relating to: : '
The rezoning of the following described I :\: ..
properly and amending the Comprehensive To .
; Please' Subscription : '
land Use Plan to providethat T :' Cdr
'land currently zoned RSF-I and 'Gift For A Good 5

designated by the plan a* *>sMn!l3l .

Single Family be rezoned to RO. and o Name !!
designated Residential/Office the property ; .Friend '!
of JoAnn Gllttan A Fay. .
Matheson; described at follows: 1 acre Address .

Parcel No 03969-0-00100 In Section 29. .- ,- r '

i Madison Township St.,6.. Starke.Range Florida:22. on 32091.1637 W.- Notice, the rack price, for the o City. Zip : :

You ore further given NOTICE that a

copy available of sold for your proposed Inspection ORDINANCE al the office I.j It Telegraph will go to 350 a Enclosed is a check for $12.00.: Out-of-county subscription $14.00 r

of the Director of Zoning and Plann December ?" 1989 rrr parr . . .Ii. . . . rrlot.
ing. City Hall Thompson Street .Stark. ,
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County Rejected by City... ....lA

we county funds the jail in Its entire- threats, charging the city for jail good after last week's workshop. To
ty, although arrests made by city time and cutting EMS service to city hear that commissioners met eye."We aren't making threats. If I
police are incarcerated there residents. yesterday (Monday) and were were on the commission,I would not
without cost to the city. unyielding, was disappointing. City refuse EMT services or county jail
? Kopelousos continued, "If the Biggs Slays 'em... residents already have increases in services."
county says January 1, that you Commissioner Bobby Biggs said, garbage collection and ad valorem
have to pay per diem for Jailed in- "It Isn't the city's responsibility to taxes, and I have a problem with city
mates, you U be In the same boat as solve the county's problems. residents paying more than coun- Stalemate Broken...?
we are In, since your budget is "Kopelousos says it (the special ty residents. The next comments Indicated that
already set. assessment) allows everyone to pay, Councilman Travis Woods said,"I Flynn had saved the meeting,and a
"I'm looking for help.Anyone witha but the reason people have the was willing to compromise, but you- dialogue would continue, for a few
suggestion, I'm willing to listen to. $25,000 exemption is because it was all are not. I'll stand by my first minutes at least.
There just no place to get money, voted in by referendum."The decision. (Woods voted against signing Biggs said, "No doubt they need
this Is the only solution. We need the county has made a decisionto the interlocal agreement when it the money. It bolls down to,who will
agreement for one year, you do" not collect the assessment, rather was presented last month.) pay the tax?They haven't expressedto
have to sign for a second year. than raise real estate taxes. Millagehas Councilman Vernon Barber said, this council any willingness to
Mayor Silcox responded, "First, gone down each year, from 9.57 "I was in favor of a compromise,but change anything."
you know my feeling. I've been for mills in 1983 to 6.57 mills in 1989.The the article in The Gainesville Sun Wall said, "People In my district
1. helping the county, but we'll need commissioners didn't want to raise brought on a change of heart. were telling me $70 would be acceptable
our attorney to bring the(interlocal)) taxes because they will have to face Although there are many poor people about $6 per month. The ball
agreement before us. Second, you the public (in election). in my district, I was prepared to was in the commissioner's court,but
need to hear from City Attorney "Assessments increased $40 live with it. I still feel the same as I you came back without any com
Brown about their legally charging million this year. If taxes were not did about the $100 assessment; and I promise."
for the jail. rolled back, more than $300,000 feel next year it will be more severe. Woods said,"People In my district
would have been raised.Ad valorem It's a bitter pill to swallow." were willing to compromise on
City Attorney... taxes are the legitimate way to raise Mayor Silcox offered the councilan $50-$60. They will not go for $100.
.. 1 City Attorney Terence Brown taxes. The state says that 10 mills Is opportunity to vote again on the "We've tried to work with you In
Won't You Give A Toy...? said, "Two threats, EMS and the not a burden."It Issue, but no one made a motion to the past,and I hope we can still work
Jail. The county may discontinueEMS was so easy to raise the $75 do so. together."
Patti Glenn,owner of PatU'House of Craft,I*combining force with Denny's county-wide but it cannot assessment last year they decidedto "I think the council was preparedto Attorney Kopelousos said "At
Restaurant of Starke to provide toys for needy children In the First Annual discriminate against city residents. go that route again this year. vote for a compromise, but no torney Brown and I have been talkIng -
Toy Drive. There is a legal issue, then there is a "City residents are paying compromise was offered," Silcox outside the conference room.
All new and wed loyi will be very much appreciated.*Patti uy practical issue with EMS. $695,000 already,and it will increaseto said. The city is collecting Fine and
Boxe will be located at Denny'i Restaurant on 1101 N.Temple Ave.In Starke "If there is an accident inside the $938,400 if the assessment is add- Forfeiture funds for all arrests In the
and at Pattl't House of Craft on 708 N.Walnut St.fa Starke at the corner of city limits,who knows( where the victim ed. With 23 percent of the county Stalemated... city. If we can agree on EMS. and
SR 1ft and Walnut St. is from? What about tourists population,city residents are paying The two boards were stalemated, the city will give the county F and F
"Put a long In a heart Christmas morning*Patti *. passing through town?" 28 percent of the county tax load." obviously relations were at an all- funds,assess county for law Inforce-
For Information My Brown said the county may be Biggs continued, saying the coun- time low between them. ment.
more call Patti at 964 9437. creating a substantial liability if it ty let the millage get too low in prior Attorney Reggie Flynn came to
denied emergency services to years,and are now asking the city to the podium to say, "There are Important "We don't know the figures, we
anyone, in town or out. sign an interlocal agreement. Issues here. Relations bet- need a nominal assessment for
Ladies 2nd in TournamentBradford In reference to charging the city Many people living in Starke are ween the city and county have long- EMS,give county F and F funds and
per diem for jail inmates, Brown living on small incomes, and will range Implications.There are many charge county residents for law enforcement -
High girl basketballers said he requested information on have a hardship paying their taxes," agreements between you that are since city residents are
split two games and took second BHS cut the Ribault advantage to which Kopelousos had made his Biggs said. not related to the assessments. paying for police protection."
five at one point, had several decision. review of the infor- "Riddick (Commissioner Joe I id-
place in the Hamilton upon "There was a desire to reach a Woods responded, "I have no pro-
County Invitational preseason basketball tour chances to advance more but failedto mation, Brown said the county can dick) is concerned about people living compromise, but under the pressureof blem with supporting EMT at about
nament this past weekend. make the passes to an open charge the city under certain cir- in his district. I'm concerned a vote we didn't do as well. Thecommissioners $30. We need the services."
The Bradford ladies jumped out to player, says Coach John Slater.It cumstances, but only for those In- about people in my district that are felt they need the
a quick 14-7 lead and was never was a good tournament. All the mates jailed for Infractions of city having trouble paying light bills. I $100, but If, in your mind, the figure Kopelousos said, "What's being
headed in a 65-63 win over host BHS girls played at least a half. ordinances. Brown estimated the think commissioners have played should be something other than$100, proposed is a lot clearer legally.We
Coach Slater was able to rotate the cost to the would be less than As far I'm concerned have
Hamilton County in the first city politics. as it must come from the council."If another meeting tomorrow
the second BHS played game.In nine girls whenever he wished. $1,000 per year, and recommendedthe we've voted on it, and I stand on my you are unable to reach ac- (Wed., Dec. 6) night. Let us look at
game "We were able to see what kind of enter interlocal decision." and back "
Class 4A Jacksonville Ribault for the city an agreement cord, the consequences are long some things come again.
potential we all had, and see what to allow the county to make the standing and very deep. Reading a Chairman Carter recessed the
girls championship. BHS fell behind kind of shape we were in. That's our charge. Others Speak... newspaper is like reading a letter county commission meeting until
early and could never catch in a
56-51 loss to Ribault. up just biggest not in problem shape."right now. We're Brown effectively deflated both Councilman Ed Wall said, "I felt it's not like looking a person in the "tomorrow night

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Tornadoes Fall.. to, Bucholz in Opener- I

A poor start against a good team "Over-all,I was pleased with way junior varsity, Is the steadleast Tornado -
cost Bradford's varsity basket- we fought back,"said Coach Cumm- player so far, averaging 11.3
AFTER THE bailers their first,73-65, to Buchholz ings.Down 17-9 after the first period rebounds per game 10.7 points.
High in Gainesville in the opening and 43-28 at the half, Bradford Truln Blye,who scored 24 points and
game of the regular season Tuesday fought back to within one point in the had 3 assists played the best gameof
night, Dec. 5. fourth period.But his Bradford career, says Coach
PARADE Fresh off winning the preseason the Tornado five didn't handle Cummings. "I hope he can build on
Hamilton County Invitational, the the end of the game situation very that." i'
Bradford five got down too much, well,Coach Cummings said. "That's ........ t i* n I7 w
too early,said Coach Rowland Cum- something we'll have to work on." __ 17 16"11.n
Specials There with Buchholz Coach Rick Swain said _. .tin. c._ ll. WtnMI .*,*..
mings. was no problem
"""".Train. ..,. I.t-4/7-14, 0... DlnklM lt.Cl .
he could the Tornadoes were
the officiating, the coach said when see ... Wlinm 7...... e..a..d. I.1-I/M.
Can be found inDowntown asked about leading scorer Pedro running out of gas.Coach Cummingssays '....,.,J4. /l4M.MI.III ..
II : Carter fouling out in the fourth his cagers aren't in top shape KM**...._-4/-U.AI....U*.Ht >
.., .... hopes fa be playing goodbasketball SN II., .U .,,. l-I/l.ll, Adwrylnf4
iii I ," "l+( ".0'1'' ''"'-'' d.n.i" 'J'w. -. -peniodCarter oemmitt d. t called on his, Coach Cummings after Christmas. WlltoM 4--l,ChM.illt. _'-1/'-', OwM.7
stated. Clarence Williams. UD from the .'_.,"III17-n.

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lege Andrews Center and the ..., ,,"$ (( 620 S. WALNUT ST. '
Bradford Arts Council have a
MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE very special two hours of activi-
ties planned after the annual CHRISTMAS SPECIALSMerry
saves 11105 Christmas Parade Dec. 9 In

GENERIC DRUGS AVAILABLEWORKERS' The events will take place In Christmas
HONOR MOST INS. CARDS Campus parking lot rom 11 a.m.

RUSSEL STOVER CANDY HALLMARK CARDS to 1 p.m. and will feature as .mm89
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Next on the agenda the SFCC .

I1 Andrews Center presents the | $599 .:
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Most Jewelry Repaired
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The play Is directed by George i _
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Christmas" and the dwarfs are 12 Pack$ I 59 $289
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Tornadoes Open Season with Big Win in Tournament

"Did you win'?!" The Tornado ship came easier in a 64-54 win over game BHS really did a better job Williams was in double figures rebounding and Chris Dlnklns was on the all rodford n II II II .. 44Monrkollo

basketbauer nodded yes,and openedhis Monticello High. running its offense.And, BHS shot 53 and shooting in both' tournament team. ...... Cortor I..II'./11.11.|g |. Truln|. urodterdl
jacket to show off a T-shirt proclaiming BUS was down 10 points In the second percent, 25 of 48 from the field.. games. Williams, a junior up from Reggie Sheffield played the mostat .../.... Chrh Dlnfcln.' ..."-., ct._ WHBom.gin
the Bradford High five half against Fernandina Against Monticello things really the JV, was in his first two varsity the point guard position. Sheffield ..../..... D_'. '......,. ../..1, ...... thoHloldM
./0.7.Tony Sony' '/...,....., .. 1./11....
champions of the preseason Beach. "The full court press finally seemed to fall into place. After the games. ,just out from football, still has MonHcollo, A. Wotklr. IJ-0/1.7. .. ...._
Hamilton County Invitational playedin started to work for us,' says Coach first win, the players really seemedto The veteran Bradford five startedoff some areas to work on but he's com- 1-0/0-4, OW.rkln.., I-4/C-7, T. Oonnott .l/l-l. K.
Jasper last weekend. Roland Cummings. And, BUS got gain confidence, Coach Cumm- very well this season. "I was ing along. Coach Cummings says. Mon......1/.-...Washington' .,.../....T.Coolnaoa010II. .
BUS won a nip and tuck game some turnovers, and finally managed ings said. BHS didn't shoot as well pleased with the two wins" says Monticello game rebounds: .Totakl 4.II.I4/JI-04. .
63-62 over what Tornado Coach to get a lead over Fernandina. from the floor against Monticello. Coach Cummings. Fernandina has Clarence Williams 11, Chris Dinkins ......d l' 14 10I w
Roland Cummings calls a very good Fernandina was up by one, 17-16, but hit 26 of 31 free throws,an 83 percent height and Is quick. Monticello was 8, Pedro Carter 5,Truln Blye 4,Reg- omandlna' It 17 Ift 10 ol
Fernandina Beach High basketball after one quarter; was up by three, pace. bigger but not as quick. gie Sheffield 2, Donnie Francis 1. radlordi. ,Podro c.....I."-".11.Wondoll. Hudm
team last Friday night, Dec. 1, in its 36-33, at the half, and was up by one, BUS used a full court trapping Fernandina shot the basketballwell Fernandina game rebounds: CI.'./_,,...Will'Train'..llyo....IJ..1..,/.Ion...Johnioa ChI D'nk'' ,..'....,J-l/l-7......
first game of the 1989-90 season. 52-51, after three quarters. press in both games, and ran a 2-3 and handled the Tornado trapp- Clarence Williams 11, Wendell Hud 'hoHoId1.1.! .,_,..11.11/11.11..
Saturday night, Dec. 2, the second Against Monticello, BHS got off to zone. ing press in the first half. son 10, Pedro Carter 5,Truin Blye 2, .....ndl.. .' J.A......... 1.0.., W. OVono '''II.I,
win and the tournament championThe a 12-2 lead. The press really worked Clarence Williams played two fine Pedro Carter was named the most Chris Dinkins 2, Kevin Finch 1. t 01.. .. 1.0-4. M.Hoch. '.117-"., Knight .-1/1.11.
well for us that dame. In the first ballgames, savs Coach Cununines. valuable slaver In the tournament Waihlnglan' 1.0/6.6 Wllllamt 1,1-0/0-1

I Lady Tornadoes Come from Behind to Edge- Ocala Vanguardfrom -

Bradford High varsity girls Then we just forced them to turn the elbow in the key. "They '-./.... T.Thomol 11/4.11, lovon. -ll/ll-It.. p.m.
came from behind with a strong se- the ball over and were able to come were some crunch baskets!:' ," said IWIIkonon .'/"", Kim. Polo .-(/.-.. ,_,,, p.m.Monday night, Dec. 11, BHS hosts
cond half to edge 61-59 by District down and score. Coach Slater. 14-37/M-M. Hamilton County games at 6 and JV Loses...
5-3A Ocala Vanguard in a road game With six minutes left in the game, Monika Williams led BUS with 22 Upcoming... 7:30: p.m. The six-member girls JV basket-
Tuesday night, Dec. 5. BHS went up by one. Then it see- points, including 16 points in the BHS plays Gainesville Eastside Next Friday, Dec. 15, BUS Is on ball lost 41-33 to Ocala Vanguard,
BHS played very poorly in the first sawed back and forth. Then with fourth period. tonight (Thursday, Dec. 7) here. tjjt road at Suwannee High in Live but looked good compared to last
half in the first regular season con- 1:08: BHS was four up but it seemed Game time: JV, 6 p.m.; varsity 7:30: Oak. JV game 5 p.m., varsity 6:30 season, Coach Slater said.
test. "We had no continuity," said like the momentum was turning BHS
returning everybody from a
Coach John Slater. "We were luckywe their way. Coach Slater called time 20-9( and Invitational Tournament
weren't down more than we and had the team go into a four cor- season defending district Girls Beat Hamilton in
champion, is top seed this year but
were." ne r slap. not in a Cakewalk, Coach chances to advance but failedto Jxk...1.1/.-..Totolii' ,.." 1".11.
Slater. says Bradford High girl basketballerssplit more .'....h' /onl,.. Mlll.r '-'/'.It.Toyo lopa. .-...11.
BUS was down 15-6 after the first BHS held the ball until eight Vanguard and Gainesville two games and took second make the passes to an open Angola Arnold' ..rt..-.., Luchoo W... 1.1'.1/..
period and 28-16 at the half. BHS seconds to go before committing a title.High are expected to contend for the place in the preseason Hamilton player, says Coach John Slater.It .ovono, .Mworoi I-O-J. .I L.....'. Diamond 01M.Totolu .
the t.36la56N..Hs
five points on Vanguard in a turnover.OV Invitational basketball tour- was a good tournament. All
gained County roooimdii Aurlllo Willi....7.Hondo orlolit. I.
third BUS the BHS girls played at least a half. .. ..... .,
17-12 period. won nament this past weekend. Torn Jockian 4 Monllio' WIll" 1, A. WIIII. .
M.dlod o 10 17 M 6Od. l Coach Slater able to rotate the
fourth 28-19. took a shot with six seconds to was 1.
period .......
v. II 11 II It it
go,and fouled the girl,who made the ....$.d' D...Norman 0-t/M.Annotto llmmonl The Bradford ladies jumped out to nine girls whenever he wished. .
... ........ "We able to see what kind of rodfard 14 II II II U
first free throw and missed the se- Willi. 11 0/4>1. lutlori a quick 14-7 lead and was never were .
the third Hamilton
About half through 7 14 14 II
way started cond. But BHS was smart enoughnot .011... Mionda (right, 1.0/1.. ...... Covlngton headed in a 65-63 win over host potential we all had, and see what .'.dl....' Monlka' Willi.... 4.0-U, Kondra lulUr U
quarter BHS putting ..111... Tor* Jockion '.1/''. Aurllla Willi.... in. That's .....
kind of shape we were our .
104. A. tlmmonl 41/4-11 Rhonda
the OV guards, and to foul her. BHS got the basket- 2.2/3.0.,...10,2.23.6/16.61.. Hamilton County in the first game.In .right
started pressure turnovers Coach ball out with four seconds left. ......roaound.l. Ivotto Covlngton' I. Monika' the second game BHS played biggest problem right now. We'rejust I Ha, D.n.Norman 24.4. .,.loloro Jock ion 1 4H.Aurllla .
causing William 1"1"" .11110-11/11I-6I.
Will..,. (, Tara Jockion I, Mionda I. Aurllla/ Class 4A Jacksonville Ribault for the not in shape.
said. Veteran point guard Dana Norman, aright Hamilton c... Til JoHown 5-7H-6, A..,. ......
Slater William' .a,........SoN..4.Annatto..... 3.Don. .
with five seconds to inbound the ball, .on. girls championship. BHS fell behind t... II.,. Orahoni 3.04. lloaoo Z...... 114.Cryltal .
"Then Annette Simmons hit a wisely held the ball out of bounds. Norman I.AuUKi.Monika' William.7.Don. N.nn.n 7. An. early and could never catch up in a .....,.... 17* 14 14 17* It I .- M II ,_,.,'4,..IMV1041..II. .7-7110-19.. ,..... ....... '.1/.-..

three pointer from the top of the key Evette Covington made two tur- notto llrnmon.7. 56-51 loss to Ribault. nboult rodtordl Ann.,,. llntmoM '.".'. Monika' 'HI .......d.. '..H. C..,..... II, Aurlllo
and that I ignited us." naround jumpers At critical times Ocala V.n....... ..0..... 0.24.21kKnlght/ BUS cut the Ribault advantage to William' 4-4/10-14, ....... ...... 1.1/.... Rhonda Will''......M>ond fright(. Kondra lullor 6,L.,...
five at one point had several 5.1'.ht 41/4-13. ...... Covlnaton ..1/1.., Toro Jackton I,A.......Will"'".).


2-0 ._..,.

Brett Purdy is pleased with NO
showing made by the wrestlingteam
in their first two outings this s

year, winning the season opener at MONEYhome
over Eastside 51-24 Friday
Dec. 1, and winning again at
Dec.4.Gainesville High 60-13( Monday, HOLIDAY SAVINGS

In the first Tornado Wrestling NO = E -
meet with Eastside seven matches

were won by pins, five of them under '
one minute. PAYMENT
"This is the best ever showing In
the beginning of the season" says UNTIL
Coach Purdy. "Before the season
starts, until you are under fire, you
never know how it will go," he says. MARCH --
Eastside has some very good

athletes five wrestlers,, Purdy their says.returning problem They from is have inexperience last only 1990 FESTrv: 2 Dr. 1990 ESCORT LX 2 D r.

year."They. have a good future. Our Overdrive Transmission Air. Stereo Cass.. Clock. Loadednext

match with them later in the Only

season should be a close one," M&NM *
Results of individual matches by $ :
weight classes and pin time or $20465 23600

scores follow: per mo

BHS 51. astsida 2I per mo MOWN

ICO-Kondy Woldron. 10. won by pin, 111
111-Joan Crawford 11.won by pin' til r
lit-DouWo forloltIM
-SMvo Mrl''..,. 10.,low ay pin Ill
IJO_Jool......._, 11.wan by pin til
111-Tlmmy Taylor.' 10,won by S... I1140 -*
-John O.WIIII.... II,won by pin' tU
|4I-(...Hamilton, by pin t41IJ
-Kavla(now. II.won by pIn(ill
,60-,.,Trlmblo.' II. tort by pin 4iM __._-_-
171-KoHh_kino. II.toot by oil .22
'"-Ph,."e........... II.won by pin' 1.11
IM-Clint: load, 11,.tort by pin!4J O
171-Holland. ........ II,won by forforl f /

Bradford 60, CHS 13...

Steve McElroy, 10, is down to the Factory Rebate oc down wyinont paynwnU at 13 95 APR tot 60 mo.
119 weight class and Jeremy MARCH

Crawford December spot in the took 4.Sophomore.second over meet the ,125 Monday pound, NEW 1989 MUSTANG LX 1989 RANGER ((4X4)) XLT 114WB

Randy Waldron has 2 Door Custom Equipment Group. Air. Tilt Wheel. Premium
gained from 83 pounds thisyear All: Chrome Step Bumper: AM/FM Stereo Cass.. Tachometer
atyot'/J/ ? Sound. Power Lock Group Stereo Cass.. Speed Control. Power
has added strength and Windows. Wire Wheel Covers Sliding Rear Window 2.9 Engine 5 Speed Transmission
is: a much better wrestler this year,

Coach Purdy said. Josh Crawford is List Price $11.800 List Price $15.063
fully recovered from a knee strain

during early practice and is back Ford Discount $1069 Ford Discount $1107
strong. He made the fastest pin at
GUS fa 32 seconds. Terwillegar Terwlllegar

BHS 60, CHS 13 Discount $825 Discount $2135

,1I-Io.--bJ.'III' _ Factol"V'Rebate $500 Factory Rebate $1000 _ _
111-Jook Crawford won by pin liJl
lit-(tow. Mcllroy lot by pin 1f4lll
(-........, Crawford.Ion by daiMoa 04IM
-Jool Jocoaion won by pla Ji04 '
111-Tim Taylor.loot by datlolon... $ $ ,
140-Id Hogmond won by pin hll 4O6 10 821
14o-Joha William' won by pin Ii4lId
Your PrIce' Price wool by dVfoirrt Your I
144 rod Hamilton won by pin Jill
171-Raymond,rl...... Hod 10IJigt
-PhlHIp Crawford woo mafor docUlo 141UO
-aint Rood won by dofavHI7
Holland thafor by hit r
( won pta
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Jenkins strong member and and Clint Josh of Reed the Crawford line-up.are both Keith Is extra a $4 995' $5,695 $6 995 $3 995" $3 995 $12 398

good athletes and with some improvement ,
in technique not many _
opponents will keep up with them, - - - - - - _
says the coach. HOLIDAY FORD RENT-A-CAR SPECIAL r TUNE UPI co iroiv I
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High School Students Explore Potential

Careers in Unique "Partnership" ProgramBy L: ''t d 4 1M

goal-oriented and are very serious Board member and spokesperson ;Nr
BCT Staff Writer about their eventual career, for the new program. "As the community _
"Career Shadowing Days" a The Bradford County "School combines its resources to I
gram In which high scboolsb.dents; Board and Starke-Bradford help the schools, the schools can in -
learn the Ins and outs of the working Chamber of Commerce first combined turn provide a better education for ,
world by "shadowing" area forces in 1987 to Increase the its students. That in turn will give t
business people has been a big success benefits of the program for the participants the schools an opportunity to providethe
here in the four years the program and make it bigger and bet students with a better education
has been in operation. ter than ever. which in turn will help the community -
Over 190 Bradford High school The two bodies Issued a joint reach Its highest potential. This
students visited businesses in the resolution endorsing the establish success then will be shared by
area Tuesday and Wednesday this ment of a new education-business everyone in turn." rwt
week a.the program .dot underway partnership program at that time. The new impetus for the program
Becky Reddish, this year's Coordinator "A Partnership for Success"is the came from study of similar programs -
for the program her In Bradford motto and title selected by the in surrounding areas. The
County said the level of en- Chamber of Commerce Education Chamber's Education Committeehas -
thusiasm for the program here by Committee to describe the relationship found this type of partnering
this year's students "very high". between the business community program to have a wide scope. .
"We have a record number of and educational system of Bradford Business activities in other areas
students entered in the program this County."Partnership. rango from providing tutors and '
year.t" Reddish told the Telegraph. is really helping sponsoring educational contests to
''And they know exaxctly what they each other" said Judy Becker
want out of it. They are much more former Bradford County School 8eePapIBI I


I Word Processing Class Now Being Offered at SFCC

Word Processing I, an introduc- Lab have made this course possible.To to 12 students, so early registrationIs t _
tory 3-credit course teaching the use assist Starke businesses an ear- necessary to guarantee a seat in -- -. I
of Word Perfect 5.0, will be offeredfor ly class will be offered at 8:30-9:55 the class. Learning a New Career... Photo bvMark Friea/n
credit for the first time during a.m. Monday and Wednesday,and a
Bradford High School itudenU NIUU Reed, and Monlka WIl.Uam8Ieara the liu and of
.ltCIDJ. out the banking
the upcoming semester at the SFCC lunch time class will be held from
Andrews Center in Starke. Addi- 11:30-12:45: also on Monday and For more Information, please call bwlaeu at Florida National Bank In Starke. I
tional IBM PC's in the Computer Wednesday. Each section is limited 964-5382. The students were visiting the bank a*part ot a"Carver Day'program In which students vblt local bualneuc to
learn about potential career.




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Boatramp Opponents to Argue Case I I


Opponents of an allegedly illegal -mission to enforce-their own or- boat ramp and that,after 12 years of -specialist, also of UF. I Check the Classifieds. / J
boat ramp at a proposed develop- dinance which forbids placing fill delay,the issue should be put to rest. Hill says that the permit obtained
ment on Santa Fe Lake will argue dirt in wetland areas. This is the Hill says that the Game and Fresh by the SF Pass developers from the
their case again when the Alachua decision that will face the Commis- Water Fish Commission and the U.S. Corps of Engineers was a -
County Commission meets Tuesday, sioners on December 12. Suwannee River Water Manage- "general" permit granted becausethe
Dec. 12, at 1:30 p.m. in Gainesville. In spite of the ordinance, Alachua ment District are both opposed to ramp would not impede boat BUY HERE PAY HERE
The opposing group lost another County Codes Enforcement Director the boat ramp, as are Dr. James traffic at the pass. "It was not basedon
skirmish Thursday, Nov. 30, when Bob Holton recommended approvalof Heaney, director of the Wetlands the effect of the fill on the en- WE FINANCE
two members of the Alachua County the boat ramp fill,and Deputy Attorney Center at the University of Florida, vironment of the wetlands," Hill
Development Review Committee Mary Marshall said she felt and Dr. Mark Brown a Wetlands said. SALESEasy
voted to let the disputed boat rampat the county was under obligation to E-Z WHEELS AUTO
Santa Fe Pass remain in place, allow Santa Fe Pass, Inc. to put a
while the third member, Alachua boat ramp somewhere since one was Deals With E'-Z Wheels
County Commissioner Kate Barnes, mentioned in a preliminary master o
withheld her vote. Commissioners plan approved by the commission in
Dekle and Laveda Brown 1977.

voter to recommend that the Commissioner Dekle said he ............ .................. (9O4)964-7783
believes ......................
developers be allowed to retain the environmentalists and San- ...................... 1320 N. Temple Avenue
boat ramp.Harold ta Fe property owners have been un- Manager starke FL 32091
Hill, spokesman for Santa fair in their complaints about the Students Include Top 141 iS $1 O per flour..Call Mark
Fe Lake property owners opposing do BI-IS Team Members at 473-4380 or 964-6305
the ramp said the delegation would J
appear before the full board on I
December 12,and would be reinforced I
by representatives of several
State agencies and environmental
groups who support the Lake CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEAS

removed.Hill Dwellers'. efforts to have the ramp

fill ramp that maintain and was other placed that opponents illegally it was built of in the the on WE WILL HOLD & DELIVER IN TIME FOR THE HOLIDAYS

wetlands at Santa Fe Pass 12 years
ago when the developers used fill
dirt below the high water mark of
Santa Fe Lake on sovereign lands :
without obtaining a permit. 1 1t'
After more than a decade of litiga-
tion in the courts, the illegal fill was
removed by Santa Fe Pass, Inc.,and '
the wetlands area restored by GREAT SAVINGS! ;
replanting the area with natural
vegetation. The developers refused, I ON PINE DINING ROOM
however, to remove that part of the
fill that was placed on an old power 1 ,'
line right-of-way to form a road that '

shore terminated line. in a boat ramp at the d, fi. 1IM1iIt; China [ r ,

The developers claim that an old > Table & 4 Chairs
road bed was already in place along IIk I1h1'U
the power line easement, once used
by Clay Electric Cooperative. Hill $OOO95
and employees of the Co-op say,
however, that such a road never ex-
The developers then sought to q I 'WAI'L
have the Department of Natural
Resources issue them a retroactive _
permit authorizing the fill for the tIkRiII
boat ramp.Santa .
Fe Lake property owners
then asked the Alachua County Com- a

Protestersflea q

T AtMeeting .



By Joe Glnv ; ;: .
UCT Iler Stuff Writer Nl' "'J>" t -"ii" rj r j 'I( "

Repeating a complaint made for afety. ; i ;. ..
before, William Griffis approachedthe Oak Finish ., .. : 1 Y? ifil'I! s !tt
New River Solid Waste Associa- a
tion again with the proposition: "if
everything I got is ruined, I want $ 995
41 Save
this Association to plan to provide us now on genuine CURIO CABINET
with something in a master plan to -
protect us." Large Selection
The Association met in regular Lighted
session at the Union County Cour- La-Z Boy recliners
thouse in Lake Butler Tuesday,Nov. .199 95

Raiford resident, Bobby From
Anderson, said that the Highlandarea t, l
is a better site for a landfill."I =
would be willing to pay more... I = Your Choice! I j ir .
think everyone would be willing to t i 'I {r ro/1 ,,e
pay a little more to haul our wastes [ IIt", ,
there," he said. __ ____ $299 '!:
And residents of the Ellerbee 1. r ,
Curve area are not satisfied with the _
steps being taken to insure that
ashes from a proposed hazardous
waste incinerator will not be hauledto ___
the Association landfill.A V _
letter was written by the _
Association to Governor Martinez
asking that he state that no hazar-
dous waste ash would be forced into
the Association landfill.A I "
letter in response was received 't 3
from Richard Wilkins, director of t
the Division of Waste Management
Department of Environmental\ FLATTOP DESK 4'' 1

Regulation (DER) stating, "Any I
residue from the treatment of hazar- Cherry or Pine Finish i'f ,=,! t
dous waste which remains hazar-
dous would have to be transportedout $19995
of the state to permitted hazar-
dous waste land disposal facility.
The Department has no intention of t
disposing of hazardous waste in the I!
sanitary landfill designed and
operated by the New River Solid
Waste Association."
Dean Traylor, director of UCAP, k
responded, "Its not what they { 4 '
(DER) tell you but what they don t
tell you that you've got to be con fw
cerned with.' The fear is that l
ashes from an Incinerator may be la
declared to be non-toxic by DER and i, 1
the plant operator when, in fact, 4:' t1 r t h a M r c 1
they may still be toxic,in which case -'.
they can be forced into the tri-county ,1 1 1t
landfill.A .
more definitive statement from
DER will be asked for regarding tox- t Ye
ic ashes and what is hazardous
waste, said Association Chairman

George Knabb of Baker County. e t l, d'QUEEN ..

Other Matters...
.A detailed report was given by I
James G. Lyons, C.P.A. in Macclen- SIZESLEEPER '
ny,on the financial statements to be [ _
generated. Lyons has been retainedby SOFA TOP DESK '=
the as an accountantfor '
fiscal matters. With Inner Spring Mattress Pine: FinishDENMARK -
Each monthly statement will show I 6-GUN GUNCABINET
the income and expenses for the! From y. \
mcatb and the year to date and a I : : $2' 9995' "I :' : t ',
"C; j ,.,;; (> :( -
reconciliation with budgeted I S349 7"a a- h I.. '. .
figures, Lyons csW. Year end I !: :. 'u ", Locks for Safety ,
statements wW be generated tai .}" .' Oak ,
satisfy legal requirements.Other Interim -
statements can be added if the I 'caIlS.t.JU L.
Association has need for them, be I IMid. FURNITURE: $249
I I .l
."Recycling polls In the three! o NM' 4 Fi 434 W. Call St.(411 W. NEw STORE HOURS -
counties are still unfinished," said I r '". ,. E
U;: Madison St. Starke .
Coordinator James Croft. Pilot! 8 !5:30: ; I
recycling programs are still ongo- -Across:: from Wlnrt.+ >bd" Msrfcetphe' Monday-Friday : i

Ing. be said .. WI..OI.14 0 r: <064-6828..8fSt5827 e1Vli I i

A yatttQfat Can&a tetter at Deitmar&' Saturday
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1. Bradford County Rescue Answers 129 Calls in Nov.Bradford .


County Emergency Four patients were taken to Shands to people In trauma and another 11 was to assist at Bradford Hospitaland
Medical Services Rescue respondedto Hospital, two to North Florida runs were to people in trauma one to assist Starke Police
a total of 129 calla/or/runs during Regional Hospital one to VA and resulting from vehicle accidents. Department. Four calls were
N+ the month of November according three to Alachua General; Hospital, Five people were dead when the unit cancelled and three calls were false
to Supervisor Cliff Chapman. all in Gainesville. One patient was arrived. One call was to a gunshot alarms during the month,said Chap-
Seventy-two transports required transported to St. Luke's Hospitaland wound victim, two calls were for man.
the transporting of 76 patients.Fifty- one to Memorial Medical Centerin Ktnndby at a structure fire, one mil Dial 911 Emergency
seven calls required no transpor Jacksonville. One patient was
ting. The back-up unit made five transported to Reception Medical aaaaaaaaaaasaaaasaaaaaa -
runs,one patient was transported by Center in Lake Butler and two to aa.
ShandsCair to Shands Hospital in Orange Park Humana Hospital.
Gainesville and one patient was Illness related calls topped the list j
transported by TRAUMA I to of emergencies with 28 people
University Medical Center In needing attention.Fifteen calls were
Jacksonville.The to people suffering respiratory pro- ,,
t majority of the patients 57, blems. Ten runs were to cardiac patients '1titC
were taken to Bradford Hospital. (one in full arrest),eight calls
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FOf EMOST- a PRICE-WISE Sale wont and 1'

A Gift from the Kiwanis... !f.dJPQt/sS/ Prices In :
Job White and Rob McClamery of the KlwanU Club of Starke visited Start to
Bradford Middle School eccntly to present a donation to Mi.Schmidt faculty combine to bring you 12/7 years. !F
advisor to the KlwanU Bull Jen'Club. LOWER PRICES!
KlwanU Is sponsoring the chartering of the club for middle school student to It
ullf III the needs In the school and the community through volunteer service :IN HOUSE: SPECIALS-THIS ,WEEK: ,0 4for........ :
OLD GRAND DAD1 .<; :" '9,99 ".. ,750 99CARES.

GORDON'S GIN' : 7.99 LTR '
Nurses Asst. Course SetLocal CANADIAN LORD CALVERT ./, : 6.99 750

residents who are Interested Assistants as required by Florida SMIRNOFFVODKA80C6.99 ,:750 ,7 .I
In Law.
a Assistant Course
Nursing In
Starke this Spring (beginning The cost of the course is approximately SEAGRAM'S EXTRA DRY GIN 12.99'.15: ;.: '
January 8) should contact the Santa $80, which includes applica- CHINAS REGAL SCOTCH1989; -<; 750
Fe Center.Community College Andrews tion Applicants, tuition, lab must fees take and the book.TABE BLACK VELVET&:*>*&T t*{;, ?',:*-****. *15:25: < "i1;75m ........

The six week non-credit course Is test at the Bradford-Union Vo-Tech PLANTING
designed to develop a degree of skill Center. INSTRUCTIONS INCLUDED 5- $28"At
for nurses aides that will meet nurse RAY PARRISH BANDWED. ......"............".......
ing home standards. Graduates For more information, please call FRI. & SAT.
would become Certified Niimlni' the SFCC Andrews Center 9645382. ,

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301 LIQUORS & LOUNGEStarke .//lti. LORIDA
Florida Pest Control sT
Check the Classifieds! 539 E. Call St. Phone 964-5745 OSTROL
1 Mile North of Starke on US 301 Open 8-5:3O: ..wrruILAAAA.

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etry Christmas 1990 .


: *25SJReg. : ?} ( COLLEGE ,

$, < .. ,:< ANDREWS CENTER
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Si""(. ,'S'><_' ',...",."j". '.'",<' .,$43.00, ', J;,;K'{.;,: ', 209 Starke West Florida Call Street 32091 '

Joyce & Beth Only Phone: 964-5382 or

964-4151 e 118 S. Thompson St e Starke Gainesville 395-5850 ,

"We like to keep you looking good" Mon:Wed...................Dec.45...........................Registration 10:00 4:00 p.m.
Thursday.....................Dec.7..............................Registration 10:00 4:00 p.m.&: 6:00: to 8:00: p.m.I .
I Friday.........................Dec.8..............................Registration 10:00" 4:00 p.m.
Thur.. Fri....................Jan.45............................Registration 10:00 4:00: p.m.
PAT CORBETT Monday?.....................Jan.8...............................Registration 10:00: 4:00 p.m. &: 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Classes
I Begin 6r: Fees Due
wants to be Mon.............................Jan. 15.............................Martin Luther Kirlg Jr.Holiday(College Closed) h W M,tl?! Tr n.22
Mon..............._............Jan. ............................t Last Day to Drop Casses With no Record/Last Day to Drop ,iiII :; ..
Santa. Classes and Rq! eive a Refund .:'; :t.;' '.
; I Mon:Fri. .....................Mar.I9-23.......................Spring freak
Fri................................Mar.23...........................College Closed
Buy the :man Mon........................... ..Apr.9..............................Last Day to Withdraw From Cass and Receive a"W'
Mon.-Thur.: :ID-May 123.........Final Exam Days
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American Legion Group...

Starke Resident Honored by "Forty & Eight" Seasoned Keystone Oak United Methodist 473-2386 Church

originated States.The Forty and Eight is proudto mitteeman for five years, was Sow Sergeant at Arms in 1967 and was firewood any or 4733829length.
The American Legion Vice-Commander in
and has been
funding Dt'tctn"for six Department !
have provided over o
I hen America
World War
Ji National Director of the STAR program 19R5. Pick-up
soidiers were sect to France to fight for this projectLocal for the past five years. In 1961 be joined La Socirt des load delivered and
a 'war to end an..ars"AIIet' Participant... The Grand Voiture of Floinda Qua rail'* Homines and Hud \
the Arnustxe was signed In Schaefer. former has raised more than $265.000::! >> forSTAR Chcvoux.better knoiwn as the"For.I stacked t
trance 1 Charlie
boxcar at .
a of Starke. ts during his tenure. ) and Eight"
November: 11. 1918 and return, ( and Mayor Locale :21$. Charlie Schaefer has been amembet' A special testimonial weekend ( .
'.eteraos. wished to provide some a member of of the American Legion boooriRg Charlie anted being beheld $ J
secant for the families of thou Jacksonville named Grand Direct**' since 1M9. joining Post No. 56 in for February 16 17. 1990. to
!alien comrades.: the America He was .and this willloompiete Starke almost 41 years ago. He hassen at American Legion Post 129.
Legion: was bornChartered STAR in 196* the STARprogram ed in all offices at the Post level Jacksonville Beach the host Post of -- I--
the L': S.Congress in 11 years service to p'
by and caoooalveis and bas held many district anddepartment Voiture Locale US.
both state
.:*::9 membership is limited to ware in level positions. Charlie's weekend will include a
nuhtarj eteraas. and is non National Coo- He was Department >State) wreck and a testimonial dinner.
jr\pos.ed of veterans: of both WorkA He has served as
aN be Korean War. and the VieNarr.
\ War

The Fort> Eight. _+icua pmmWHinxntvduw16"Porcelain
PP >rn-Dzvth
I-. 19O). the Fot> and Eight ...5ia.zed
: as the fun arid booor sonic
:: :; the American Legion ..
T>ve narnr guage railroads. of
Farce had box cars Votturw lhaDarned I Clown
UtUe more than half tbapac
;:>' of Arcencan box<.1t'S. and COlLECTION
.ese oitures were used to<
':a,.5 por1 the men and horses toao d $
::jir. toe t f.gbtxg fronts
Hokty:g either 40 men or eight 1 19?.2
..,:>rH$. here -ottures became the only. -
--ader..ark of the Legion booa _" PRICES GOOD "IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE. LOCATION
B>' virtue of betcg veterans o h) sa, E _
-j.e served their roams} in n _'IS"w 3e3 s-au.
.. of greatest teed. the'fun k>v,
-g hard working 1'o.agei.-,
>.! :c:-e Mihtary Travelers: main
'a..r. a s-trocg cotsEuttraect to tI'.e.enca.D *
\.-:-. say of Ue Asaencaiusncrcts. STORE f PRICES
Coo tow
;. respect; for the flag.
3--r.en- .:u'.loo.anilirgaess Las arid to Order and these the HOURS 5 ,,,.

8 A.M.liL .. ,r
;;: :-/ : is evident in day to ,
::.i:; activities of the members of tin er-v:
.p in the Forty andE.gtit I 11 P.M
-J b> invitation ocl>' and a uecogntion BElllQUA"
-\ Legion of and its:programsThe to thijnencan NOBODY': of the<
Farts: and Eight ask for nothing ex
.-e pt :o sera e their(eikr* human .
-. and by that service to pro1deJr
< ctiktren with a safe. free land of J
: further provide
for the adequate defenseof tb
greatest system of gO'ernmentde1
by the mind of man. NO8OD

Can ille Star...
\s one of their ongoing programs
:ae Voyageurs: MJitaire offer connnui '"" ItoGHTS PRICES GOODTHURS.WED.
g support of the patient pubbca "" II
The Carwlle Star" of the na -- -
:. ':>11 DEC. 7-13. 1989

'i&a.: Harms. Louisiana Disease Center urarv.Ue. AT WINN-DIXIE, WE'RE WORKING TO GIVE YOU THE LOWEST TOTAL FOOD BILL!

Forr erl! United: States Public
Heath: Service Hospital the Centeiai '
-- ceeo successful in isolating con.rolling IBONELESS fRYER WHOLE HOG
and soon the development oaccice i- Yi'-f "_ HAMS '.-:. .-.. BREAST SAUSAfiE
y :
Hacsen -/-t&
a \ to prevent i ,: ,." 1r: -
Disease leprosy ,""
1' '' r (
He= oa's disease disease which is a is complex not com infectious -. : .
ii UK: $199 ) 'r.$158 ggo

pietelv Norwegian: understood scientist Dr discovered Hansen.the i a UB. :.... LB.

oacillun in 1873. and today the ma
)ont>' of cases can be treatet
STAR, the patient published Hicxotrr Ml$2299 $398
magazine carries the research FEED THE HUNGRY. SLICEDBACON SWEET . sex SNAPPER FILLET. u.
orts of not orJy; this center bu When you buy groceries. Just nil your I M> BRAMO PaLED k OCVOCO
those of the rest of the world and is cashier to "even up' your grocery total to ALL BEEF ALL PURPOSE ,

countries translated along and with forttarded a circulation to 12 o trw next tfotlar. The funds collected wilt 90 --4 BEEF PAnlESt u 10"SQ80 SHRIMP . U. $299
to Tbi Salvation Army to provide fresh food _
than 70.(( in the Unite
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News Briefs
Starke Man the same camera Oct. 20 and was the error. Johnson.
Again ArrestedFor again charged.Nov. Kersey's address is Route 2 Box Causey, driving a 1989 Pontiac,
7 Hamm was charged with was struck by a northbound vehicleon
TheftA ten counts of forgery and ten countsof 2410.Starke Woman'sCondition US-301 as she attempted to cross
26-year-old Starke man has uttering a forgery after he forged the highway from the western Steer
again been arrested for theft, againfor bank checks on his mother's ac Fair driveway at 8:31: p.m. Dec. 2,according
from relative's home. count. On prior arrests Hamm was AccidentA to Sgt. David Goodner.
oodHmd stealing a Following
cno.. Kelvin Hamm was charged Nov. released on his own recognizance.At Causey's vehicle was struck behind
29 with burglary, petit theft, dealing his first appearance Nov. 29, 20-year-old Starke woman remains the driver's window by a Florida
.Hair Design Tanning Nails to Lt.: bond was set at$2,500,he remains in hospitalized in fair condition Highway Patrol Mustang,driven by
In stolen property, according custody. following a Saturday evening acci- Trooper Donald Dean. Dean was
Stylists Tina Clemons,Jane Kirchaine, &Marlene O'Steen David Aderholt. Hamm of allegedly niece, dent. travelling at an acceptable speed, -
entered the mobile home a
Address Correction... Tancie Hutchins Causey, 20, was said Goodner.
[ilO% Senior.Citizen taking an AM-FM TV. The TV was taken from the scene by Rescue to Damage was listed at$6,000 to the
Discount which The address incorrect for
Tuesday J JDeerfoot
then pawned at a local shop was Bradford Hospital then by TRAUMA patrol car.The Pontiac was totalled.
led to Hamm's arrest. Susan Ann Kersey charged with
I to University Medical Center in Causey was cited for violation of
Village Arrested Sept. 9 for burglary and multiple counts of prescription
Walk-Ins Jacksonville. She suffered a right-of-way, said Goodner.
Welcome 1371 South Walnut St.. Suite 1400 grand theft after he took his sister's forgery listed in the Newsbriefs.TheSheriff's lacerated liver, according to Homicide Investigator for the accident
904-964-2222 _Starke, FL 32091 35mm camera to sell, he again stole Department apologizes for Paramedics Rex Siemer and Jerral was Trooper T. C. Pace.

I Duval Driver DUI

In Friday AccidentDec.

THERE'S NOTHING LIKE THE 1 at 7:15: p.m. near CR-18, a
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BONELESS northbound vehicle overtaking
I slower traffic on US-301, swerved to
the left in an attempt to pass,cross-
ed the median strip and entered the
southbound lanes where the vehicle
ROAST SA L E OF W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF collided with southbound traffic.
The vehicle, driven by Walter

Eldridge(driven York, struck by William a 1985 Mercury Otis

McNaney of Savannah) in the right
side, according to Trooper Donald
LONDON BROIL Dean. York's vehicle then was
struck by a 1982 Honda, driven by
Thomas Arthur Nix of Ocala. York
attempted to flee the scene but was

held apprehended him until by Trooper the victims Dean arriv who

BOTTOM ROUND ROAST ed.York was charged with driving

fl9 while license suspended and driving
under influence, according to Dean.
Under the new state statue, York
was also charged DUI with property
CHUCK ROAST damage for each vehicle he struck. .
Total bond was set at $3,500, he re-
mains in custody.
Damage to the vehicles was in excess
York, 60, of Jacksonville was arrested -
Bradford County by Sgt. D. L; Grif-
TIP OFPERFECT ROASTS- fis, he was released on his own
recognizance at that time.
i THE WEEK Leaving thermometer During both arrests York has been
In a roast throughout the
cooking time damages accompanied by an intoxicated
RUMP ROAST I....;!,;;..., the meat and Iota the paraplegic in a wheelchair, which
.., juices out. Use a thin, causes multiple problems for law en-
fast-reding thermometer. forcement.
t You will get a reading
14',--i j :),1 'e Jail Escapee

TI WeD Brand Beef is always naturally e ,,.r.I'.. I mometer To teat your dip itshould ther In boiling Returned Same DayA

aged, tender, grain-fed U.S. Choicebeef L B a degrees water. It P. If red):212: 27-year-old man confined to the
thead Bradford Jail found
u. cs oice trimmed to a leaner quarter- POOD EXPERT the nut behindnot dial. out through County the boiler room window way
For all the reilpes,tips and Information In Burt sTV.
inch before it's weighed and sold. e reports get a copy of the What Cooking Sunday evening.
-' Cookbook. Exclusively at Wlnn.Dixie for S3 98 Jerome Lee, who had a trustee
status, was located in the Reno area
soon after he was reported
WHOLE SLICED BONELESS FREEFARMSTEAD and returned to the jail and charge
CENTER with escape, according to Deputy
? Anderson Holland.

' .FORK LOIN HAM SMOKED HAM Lawtey ManArrested
d In Starke
:V ,
I fl.Cummunlt
$298.389' $298 For DistrubanceA
34-year-old man with a Lawtey
LB. LB. THESE SERVICES AVAILABLE: address was arrested Nov. 29 at the
Checking Traveler's Checks Palm Apartments in Starke.
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF BONELESS Savings Account Credit Card Applications Deputies were called to the apart
3 Loan Applications Money Orders ments where two men were causinga
EYE OF $2 98 STEAK . . UL W-D HOT, MILD or POLSKA Certificates ot Deposit Night DepositoryNotary disturbance, according to Lt.
ROUND ROAST u W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICEBEEF Money Market Accounts Public David Aderholt. They were orderednot
BEEF BONELESS NEW YORK $' 97 f s1t 1r1it't distrubance. As Aderholt was leaving
BOTTOM ROUND 9am.4pm.THURa P E'nIL he said he saw Smith go back to
$238 STRIP STEAKS t & FRI.! 9.m..e p.m arrestedfor
L8. Haul}[ the apartment. Smith was
STEAK . . L!. W.D BRAND U.S. CHOICE + r, S 2 7 SATURDAY 8am-2p.m. trespass after warning.
W-D BRAND U S. CHOICE BEEF BEEF BONELESS 2 Smith was released after a $1,000
BONELESS $238 TOP ROUND $238 t surety bond was posted.

CHUCK STEAK u STEAK . . L8. LB. Safe Stolen

HARVEST From StoreThe

EVERYDAY safe was removed from the
3 PRICE EVERYDAY FRESH JR Food Store at the Bradford-Clay
I' -v v Ol LOW PRICE countyline sometime after the store
closed at 11:30: p.m.
MINUTE Mr-tw,.r 4J i PRODUCENature When store personnel arrived
K Tuesday, Nov. 28, at 6 a.m. they
found the safe missing, according to
MAIDV 1 I I I I Nature makes the produce. Lt. David Aderholt. Entry had been
I I WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. gained by busting the block wall of
the store. Nothing but the safe was
ORANGE JUICE reported missing.The .
WASHINGTON STATE safe contained lottery tickets,
RED DELICIOUS money orders and cash, said



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bliannaclsts are available to answer '! 9 sgo JUMSO. ,Friday 7:00: A 9:00:
lour prescription questions, advise S"9 r BAKING C' SaL. Sun.5:00,7:00: .9:00
you of low cost generic drugs when FlSHERMANS -- 3 9 9 Moik.1Vu:7:15:
have computerized record- WHARF/JI LB. LB POTATOES fOR .
seeping convenience r: ,
tot your accept SH .
all major third! party prescription PRIME NATURAL A.-"C 301: PRIVE-IN

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Briefs -

Recent Accidents A 1985 Ford truck, driven by Patrolman William Brown.Starlingcut Valdosta and Middleburg addresses
With Minor William Page STarling 18, of hia wheels to avoid full contact refused treatment at the scene.
of the Damage to the Chevrolet was$8,000.
Lawtey was northbound on Stouth but caught the left rear
two vehicle accident Nov.20 on Water St. (SR-100) when be said he Chevrolet.The accident occurred at Damage to Starling's truck was
ATTICCONSIGNMENT SR-100 caused extensive damage but tookhls r)yes off the road briefly and the Vet Clinic at 10:48: p.m.Driver of $2,500.
the four occupants of one vehicle when ho looked up hews on top of a the Chevrolet Charles Alan of ,
refused treatment or transportationby 1986 Chevrolet: according to_ Palatka and passengers who had Nov. 27 Dana Lynn Shannon struck 16
Rescue. driving a 1988 Oldsmobile a

SHOP "._lf-._ 6 O _If_1014 of Ford US-301 stopped south In the to make southbound a left turn lane
into Amoco.The Ford was not in the
I turn lane according to Patrolman
SALECHRISTMAS i Jerry Feltner.\ She was cited for
following too closely. Driver of the
'Winning "t AND GENERAL REPAIR I Ford,Rancy Robert Wesley of South
PRESENTSFOR > Carolina, was cited for improper)
t Tennis i Across from Merchants&Southern Bank Keystone Heights FLU lane change. Shannon was taken by
1o Bradford Hospital for
her mother to
ALL Student Include -I .. .. .... .. .. 473-9543. .. ... ... ..' .. .. '. gSPECIAL -' possible head to the injury Oldmobile,said Feltner.was
101 Commercial Circle-Across from Post Office Damage
Keystone .
t KHHS&BHS ,., .. ''I $3,000.: Damage to the Ford was
.TeamMemben .. .' "R".E".N. ,
473-0274 0' .
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-.t\"N"'D' $1,500.A
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Mon.-Thurs. Fri. 10-7 Sat. 10-3 > I -"' "" "" ''<" '; .. three vehicle collision Nov.29 at
Open: 10-5, > Call Mark at 964. 630S ." I, i resulted in one driver be-

> 173-438O I '" .,." \A ..," ,I., ''' .' ., .,.. ., 6:13 ing: taken TRAUMA I to University -
I Hospital for a possible head In-
i 8 Point Transmission Check jury, however the hospital has no
i record of her being admitted.A .
TEAL TILE & CARPET i Change Fluid Replace or Clean Filter 1988 Pontiac driven by Debra
Adjust Bands,Check Vacuum,Check U i Taylor,31,attempted to make a left
I -. Joints,Check CV Joints,Check&Adjust hand turn from Andrews St., cross-
Linkage Road Test Performance i ing northbound lane of US-301. The
964-7423 i Pontiac crossed In front of a north-
I bound 1989 Ford truck causing a col-
i $1995 lision, according to Patrolman Gordon
Smith. The truck, driven by
( I I Visa Visa Clayton L. Norman of Lawtey, I
o? ,. :r 4'e & Mastercard & Mastercard i crossed the medium after the col-
lison and struck a 1981 Buick headon. -
,_ _IIIOI_ 6 If_> ISilll_if>OlfPurple .The Buick was southbound in the
outside lane,said Smith.
Driver of the Buick,Mary Janeka
Green,23,was taken by TRAUMA I
:ed L.o is Gator for possible head injuries,accordingto
Paramedics Jerral Johnson and

Today Western WearHwy Rusty There Barrett.were no injuries listed to
Taylor Norman nor his three 4
passengers. Taylor was cited for
301 South Starke 964-4809 Failure to yield right of way. l
r4 And Total damage to the three vehicleswas
listed at$7,000.
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We CanInstall .B; SALEWestern Two Men Charged

Boots Only With StealingTwo
men were charged Saturdaywith
Your eating a dinner they had not

Ladies Blouses 25 to 4O% Off paid Robert for at Freeman Winn Dixie.Starling and

Carpet Before Santa Arrives! Men's Long Sleeve Shirts 25% Off James Joseph Burchick were

Ladles Sweaters 25% Off ordered observed at a the dinner Deli,area according where they to

Levi Jackets 20% Off Patrolman Jerry Feltner. The two

.. ., .< ''''' ': ". ,:,." men took the dinner to the bathroom
d'n" < Hats 20% Off
... 'A< where they ate it and then attemptedto
Men's Levi Jeans $19.99Ii leave the store,said Feltner.
eC $ Starling and Burchick were charged -
se DUPONT OPEN: Dec. 2 with ret. theft.Starling,
l'OgSTAIN : Monday Saturday, 22, was released after a $250 surety
s bond was posted. Burchick, 20, was
9 til 6
p.m. released on his own recognizanceDec.
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1 i'ju--; was another light month in Harrelson to Howard S.and PatriciaA. 1.39 acres In NEV4 of NEy, section Victor D. McBride and Elizabeth Judd: T": and Helen ,G Ogden to to Scott and Sharon Detlefsen,
land transactions, only $1.2 million Clark, McIntosh lots 34 35. &: 36 10 TVS, R21E, $9,500. McBride Nichols to John L and Dale E. and Marie Underhill, lot 14 Lawtley, .64 acres v In lot 60,
w r value was recorded for the month. block 5 Santa Fe Shores, section\ 1, L.J. Kite Carolyn S? Moody, Valerie G. Mason, Keystone block 3 Saratoga Heights Unit III, Woodlawn, section 13, TSS, R22E, I
May This compares to $l.8 million in T9S, R22E, $80,000. Lake Butler,lot 8, .99 acres, in SW V4 Heights, lot 4 block 15 Keystone $48,000.S. $4,000./ See Page 128
and$4.3 million In June of last Carol Jean Yarberry to Dana L. of NEV4, section 10, T7S, R21E, Heights Estates, Unit 1, $30,000 Edward and Mary L. Ogletree;
year when both the Econo Lodge and Alvarez, Starke, parcel In NWV4 of $9,500. ""U
Skinner's Dairy farm were recorded SEV4, section 22, T6S, R21E, $46,700. L.J. Kite to Dexter H. White, Jr., II!
boosting the total for that month to Edith C. Green to Larry Wayne Starke, W 132'of E 792' of S 330' of
over $4.3 million, which may be the Green,Starke,lots 6&:7 block 2,Liv- SlAt of NEV4, section 11, T7S, R21E
largest month ever for Bradford ingston,Truby and Company's Addi- $10,000. DOESIT
County. tion to Starke. $17,500. Morris D. and Lavivian Luke and
Values of transactions are figured Terry Mark Hardee and Terry Dena Marie Like to William H and
from the amount of documentary Franklin Hardee to Irvin D. Hinely, Dorothy J. Ruoss, Starke, parcel in "'
tax stamps affixed to deeds recorded Starke, 2 parcels: block 5 south, NV4 of NWV4 of SW of NEt, sec,
in the office of the Clerk of Courtsat range 3 west, Simon J. Temple's tion 15, T6S. R22E, $8,000. V
the courthouse. Only sales of Subdivision, and parcel north of Earl L. and Patsy Griffis Luke to
$1,000 or more are considered in this Davis Street, section 21, T6S, R22E, Willie Troy Luke, Starke, SVi of /11
report. $12,000. SWV4 of SWV4 of NEV4 and 5of
Sales recorded for the month of Herschel and Carolyn S. Johnsonto SEV4 of SEV4 of NWV4, section 15, AGAINSIDEWAI
(Jane, 1989 follow: Lee and Kathleen Turnege, T6S, R22E, $11,000.
$ William R.and Elmo G.Alderman Starke, lot 22, Forest Heights Subdivision Douglas S. Miller 'lo'C. Evans AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE
to Walter N. Young, the southerly in NWV4 of SEV4, section 6, Sawyer,7.60 acres in SWV4,of NW/,
279'of the west 200'of the SMi of SE/4 T6S, R22E, $3,700. section 1, T6S, R21E, $13,200: Bradford Shopping Center
of NEV4, section 20, T7S, R22E L. J. Kite, Sr. to B.F. and Mary James L.and Sharon M. Neelandsto Square
$1,655 Hulett, Raiford, lot 9, .99 acres in Wiley R. and Bonnie G.: Clark,
James L. and Shirley Ncill Andrews SW t/4 of NE'/4,section 10,T7S, R21E, Starke, lot 30 Lake Hampton Oaks,
trustees,to Benjamin W.and $5,000.' NWV4 of SWV4 section 25, T7S
Julie C.H. Goh, Gainesville, lot 11, L.J Kite, Sr. to Darla Roberts, R21E. $32,000.
Golfvlew, $10,000.
William R. and Robbin W. Barrettto
Thomas R. and Cynthia W.
Crosby, lots 6 & 8, block 39, Johns STARKE VACUUM & SEWINU'CENTERSales
Addition to Town of Starke, section 500/0
28, T6S, R22E, $34,500.
', Richard E. and Terry F. Barrickto Repair All Brands Parts _
Leslie Morris and Mary Katherine 1252-E S. Walnut St South 301 Plaza
Bloomfield, Lake Butler, lot 13, Unit
1, Whispering Pines Estates, $3,000. Starke. FL 32091
Betty Speer Boland to Joseph C. ((904)) 964-6131 '
.and Sandra M. Brouillard, Starke, Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9-6 '
riot 1 block 3, Pinehaven, City of
Starke, $33,500. The QNLY factory authorized Royal to
Betty Jo and William T. Booras
and H.B.,Sr and Janette C. Durden Vacuum dealer in Starke!
:.and Frances and Andrew F.
Gregory to Andrew Koltz, Starke, Our prices beat Gainesville'& Jacksonville
parcel in NW>/4 of SE'/4 section 28,
T6S R22E City of Starke, $16,181. We take Trade-Ins
V i Bradfroci Hospital, Inc. to Suwan- s
;nee' Swifty Stores, Inc., Quitman,
;f Ga.j.lots 1 &: 3, block 2, Eastwood 750/0
.Subdivision In SWVi of NEVi,section
'32, T6S, R22E, corner of Stansbury .E..endf. eapMa I
t>Street and SR-lOO, $65,000. urnronwpOY'mrewwib"rN6wl \/j 1 ,
-':.Bradford Land and Cattle Co. Inc. .or *, mP I IM \
m amteMeal mGr
;,to Ronald E.Newman,Jr., lots 25,26
''?'and.'27'=River Bend Estates, also aMYMbtYe'y
t.: parcel in NE'/4 section 30, T7S, Dirt Devil
I i:, R21E, $60, 545. HAND VA 1n 999
/' , viand Mildred Joyce Barnett,3.1 acres OFF
:sJn'SVi"of SEV< of SW/4, section 3,
ST7S, R22E, $14,500. 1
I -.Peter G. and Mary J. Caribaltes to ested Retail Su eated Retaa$45U00 s -
Malcolm L., Sr. and Beverly A. 58des _atnlnCS9nmhrd ,
Shea,' Melrose, lots 10 &: 11 block 2, bro Yom a ,M hind W4
Seminole Ridge Unit 1, in SE'i sec- $29996 Mnu,lpm fie ,
tion 12, T9S, R2ZE: $50,000. SYEN1 Wp4MNTY oNOd ew fingtM.p ids oNON swum
Lucille Carter to Roger P. and 0Mdcs."IbIt '
Willine Harmon, Middleburg, E 4 ,.oIw1g brush vnd, aek release-rte'bnrb '
acres of W 7 acres in S'i of W'/S of rfta 0u ,elaae rata! I and Auks

SWVi$29,500.: of SEV4, section 16,T6S, R22E, i 1'l Inpeesea 1rt2J"l' \'d-cp 4 clear and hodsi 'IE 3Dh ..d SALE

Stephen R. Carter and Grant B. 4alt,IL a grid p cad
Williams to Richard S. and NormaL. ce+e mN t' f"- Dwab le all.hvd
Shepas, Lake Butler, WM of lots outer bag adr 7Rh ><
filler tra'itea ,, aM tup arsposabobaprrnrawn .
50 and 55, Woodlawn, 10 acres,,sec- Lille ? tdll 'a" + wa.tI"par ''' '<< '' '
tion 11, T5S, R22E, 31200. dlopfid =1\. PA .8rf '" E .I.- 9
I )Costango. CharJea..O', to Gordon. and and,Ueannie Evelyn>Lf L,{ j -+dAwW erOeerM" 1'Ol.s. .LIow ':;' -alI.V

Brown, Melrose, lots 16 &: 17 block 5 /uMebc" r }. UFETIME WMfl4A'Tu
Santa Fe Shores, section 1, T9S, '1 t ,yit adlatr 2 -' on roar'cast Iar685a abmNmo e d
R22E, $5,000., ato honing
I Lucy L. Wright and Sandra Evone ? all
Daniels to George D. Randall, onugdnwum mule.arcaserd, ? You one stop shop for
Starker parcel in El/z of SEV4 of j ,
SEV4, section 15, T6S, R22E, $4,000. 3dosmonhandSlxl Christmas Needs
I *Kathy F:and H. Vance Eaddy to 3prsrbtn handle loa '.t your
Malcolm Lt and Beverly A. Shea,
Melrose, lot 9 block 2 Seminole 4! D5Oar

Ridge Subdivision Unit 1, $35,000. sale first then finish inside
Harold Wi and Joan A. Epps to &4haM hesfQl, adunt, neadnrd Shop the sidewalk, up

parcel Melvin in and tfWV Martha of SEVt Nettles, in, Starke City of, daaNa uar with the hundreds of items at great prices bought j

Starke,; section 29,, T6S, R22E, '
!*$12 George 900 ''-<,Phil'and' ,, '.Ruby Corlene I ;S' especially ,for your shopping needs. j

Eunice to J.H.Eunice, 2 parcels in Dual tic r,wex o.s edge denn ryPwrok I

NEV4$10,000.of NEV4,section 23,T5S,R22E, vAeeh.ae7le. Pdnu4)wt.; M'eide, rcule he t l014adD aduta, Pote'h SEE THIS WEEKS INSERTS FOR HUNDREDS OF GREAT VALUES

wj H. Eunice to Terry L. and pht for Hounb.
Kathryn G. Britt, Jacksonville, 2 potectbe, ,"
parcels in NEV4 of NEV4, section 23, :
T5S: R22E, $15,000.Leonardo Full Line Of:
Fuentes and Susan -
Rueth to Sandra J. Flowers, New & Used Vacuums (Many Brands) Parts Dags : I

;Jacksonville, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, &: 12, Sewing Machines Cabinets Notions ////ix/v,2////;
Pine Acres Park in N'/4of SWV4 of COME &: SEE TODAY!
SWtt, section 3, T7S, R22E, $23,000. AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE
pj. Thomas Gay and Thomas L.
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Starke was widely praised and

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Y Troop leader Kathy JUJIIar.IUI.duaghtcr Shed rb.b a Julkor. aide for
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room Each Whispering month the Pines scouts Nursing have go further: .':.$ ..
fun providing decorations for the
season or holiday to change the tins "
board for the residents of the home.
This\ is Just one of many service i .
projects the Daisy Troop is involved J
In, they collected clothing for the f we will
Salvation Army and they will sing at '. ... x, ,
the nursing home Dec.14 with other A "',' -- T.Q L
Bradford Union Girl Scout troops. p you
This troop meets Thursday at 2:15 ".
dt the First United Methodist .
Church. with leader Cathy Hilliard. .........-\. ,/
Daisy members, include Jaime, \ ...!...,,' ;
Lyn Register Linsey Replogle
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:, ,..!,';l.l...!!' Variety of Events Set in Starke

.. After Annual Christmas ParadeBy

J" Mark Prledlin Christmas Song" by soloist Alice Christmas" and Ute dwarfs are
/ BCT Staff Writer Hudson and accompanist played by Rachel Riles Pamela
;.. The Santa Fe Community Col- Lavonne Drlvas. Zurfluh. Tracy Coleman Erike
lege Andrews Center and the The Bradford Arts Council pre- Banks. Marjie Tilton Debra
Bradford Arts Council have a sents "Mother! Mother! I've Been Connaughton and Dan Tilton.
a. very special two hours of activi- Wounded In the War", with Ruth The Courtney School of Dance
,,, ti i ties planned after the annual Rlddich and Jim Love, directedby dancers are up next with their
# Christmas Parade Dec. 9 in Jim Bray. version of "The Nutcracker
Starke. Next on the agenda the SFCC Suite".
The events will take place In Andrews Center presents the A 12 noon the audience Is Invited -
the SFCC Andrews Center SFCC Shoestring Players In: to "Sing-Along with Alllce
: Campus parking lot rom 11 a.m. "Snow White's Country Christ- and Lavonne.
to 1 p.m. and will feature as mas", a play by April O'Conner. The presentation of awards will
: master of Ceremonies "Scott in The play Is directed by George take place at 12:10: p.m., then
the Morning" from Starke'sWEAG Cardin and Snow White is Buddy Ball's "Spirit of Bradford"
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The program begins with a Charming Is Mike Crawford:
rendition of "Lets Open With A Vicky Goodowns is the of See Page lin
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After an incredible 28 percent in. Registration is scheduled daily lege officials have warned that
crease in student enrollment for the from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a special classes will be cancelled if enough
current semester, the Santa Fe registration tonight,Thursday,Dec. students do not sign up on time. If
Community College Andrews Center 7 from 6 to 8p.m. local folks wait to sign up late,they
} in Starke is now registering for the Dr. Bernie McFadden pointed out may find that classes that would
Sprin( Term 1990 with a record the necessity for people to register have'made' may already have been
i1 ,a r !' 1 breaking offering of 62 classes with early for classes in Starke this cancelled. Early registration is ab-
32 evening and 30 day classes Semester. Because of the five pre- solutely essential to our program
Ft available at the local college facili- cent holdback on State funding, coil this Semester,said Dr. McFadden.God's .

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> in the field of business with 14
..> classes available, including Accounting V Miracle ::
I and II, Word Processing
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The Larson's Christmas Party... addition to basic classes in aSpulCnlg OQ
Math English, Science, History, \!slm ly Kenneth Christmas and Laverne Larson held their annual faml16; Kenneth; Abagail, 6; Clarice, 14; Joey age 3, the Social Sciences and Humanities,the ', few;
party at the Family Restaurant In Starke. member of the family who Is also blind; Mrs. Spring schedule includes such Open 10-5
Monday The Larsons December have 4th.with Larson; Amanda, 13; Nathan, 14 and David, 16. varied offerings as Class Piano,Ger- Mon.Tucs.Thurs.p.m.&Fri. Next Keystone tai keystone Hgts.Kulter E1
family of seven, man, Spanish, Anatomy and
dent all adopted and all with spina' b"'da, a dlllabluty evlThe family dinner was sponsored by Kitten and Steve Physiology and Nutrition.
at birth. Denmark and Steve Whitehead and has been an annual
Seated at the table,from the left are:Mary Beth,age event for the past four years. Ii 1989 Lowe's Co. Inc ,

Bradford Library Receives AwardThe

Good Citizenship Luncheon them Florida and South Georgia.Included possible. It is the intention of the
held Monday,Dec.4,at the Sheratonat in this year's giving is The Davis Foundations to distribute the NWRAP AFRESH
St. John s Place at noon, spon- Bradford County Public Library.. funds as evenly as possible and not
sored by The Davis Foundations and For the fifth year, a variety of always to the same agencies every ,:
Winn-Dixie Stores Foundation- needy organizations benefited from year. UP -
Jacksonville Dlvison, donated over monies pooled by the various Davis Several members of the Florida
one million dollars to charitable Foundations. Each year, this Legislature spoke in support of this
organizations, within the grocery disbursement of money goes to as program during the luncheon. W. H.
chain's operating boundaries of Nor- many different organizations as Sutton, Vice President, presentedthe
checks to the organizations. CUT CHRISTMAS TREES

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'>age 1211 1'U'HItAPII: ,TIM.:S'" MONITOlt--.:<:TION Ueeemb..r 7, 1989

1 Land Sales. .. LAKE AREA

from page 7A ding to Earl and Lucille Vaughn, I PHYSICAL THERAPY Inc.
Waldo, part of lot 13 south of CR-125, ;
to Dewey Robert G.Bennett and Katherine L.Oliver Woodlawn, section 18, TSS, R22E, The
and Janice M.
NE'/4 Bennett' of, SE'/4 Starke' of, parcel in Elk' of Marion E. and Louise C. Rosier to CERTIFIED REHABILITATION AGENCY'
section 28,
Raymond E. and
Bonnie R. Durban,
R22E City of Starke
Lawtey 5 parcels in block 30,
Timmie E. and Pamela E. Physical Therapy. Occupational Therapy
Original Town of Starke, at SW corner ,
Padgett to
Helen A. Hoffler, 3.25 of Thompson and South Streets & Speech
acres in NEVi' of NWV4, section 14, $70,000. J
T6S, R21E, $13,900.
Robert C. Rich Fog and Debra P. Stehpens Medicare Insurance and Worker's:
Patterson to Henry and Compensation Accepted I
to Robert E.and Lawanda R. Quinn, CenterOVER !
M. Loper, lot
66 Oak
portion of NEV4 of NW'/4, section 6,
Crystal Lake Homesites in SV4 of T6S, 700 INSURANCE Laura
sirs' section 1, T8S, R22E, $3,500. Patrick R22E P.$55,200.and Janice J. Stevens COMPANIES ACCEPTED Dr. V.A, Uerry Hodges, PT. Karen Lord. M.A. CCC/SP

Edward and Sharon Petiprin, to Richard H.and Mary E.Williams, .AUTO ACCIDENTS Jennifer Bradley. P.T. Peggy Floatner. O.T.R.
Lawtey, to A. L. Jr. WORK
and Marie INJURIES
Mo., 2 parcels in S'/4 of .IIEADACIII
Moore, Fort Myers, lots 1 & 8 block LOW BACK I
NEV4, section 38,T6S, R2IE,$17,000. PAIN
21 except north 85',also N 70'of lots 4 Donnie D. and Janice L. Walker to NECK & ARM PAINMIDHACKSIIOL'LDER LEO PAIN/NUMBNESS I I

$68,000.& 5, block 20, Town of Lawtey, George G. Garrard, parcel 3, 3.81 PAIN CONTROL S.R. 26 & Centre Street" 486 N. Temple Ave.

acres in SEV4 of NEV4, section 5,
Colen M. and Melrose Florida 32666 Starke.Florida 32091
M. Ratliff to T6S, R22E, $12,700. 24 HOUR EMERGENCY
William G. Sr. and Oreon R. Donnie D. and Janice L. Walker to SERVICE9648O18
Johnson, parcel in SE'/ of NW'/i, Charles A.Garrard,Jr.7.62 acres in 475-3113 9642208Phvslclan 0
south of
SR-18, $39,500. SEV4 of NEV4, section 5, T6S, R22E, I
Richard M. and Pamela D. Red- 864 N. Temple
$12,700. Starke (
Across from Pizza Hut) Hours by Appointment -Referral
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ObituariesJanet Christmas Gift Ideas for Your Home & Family?

Anderson Turner

Funeral services for Alice Janet
Anderson Turner, 58, who died Friday -
December 1, as the result of Injuries -
in an automobile accident in ii
Clay County, were held at 11 a.m. 1 I
Chapel.Tuesday in the DeWitt C. Jones A

Ms. Turner, a native and lifelong
resident of Starke, was employed as
administrative assistant at
Magnolia Point Golf and Country
Club near Green Cove Springs.Priorto
that she was associated with the
Planning and Zoning Office in
Starke for 16 years, as assistant
director. She had also served as
secretary/treasurer: of the State R
Association of Florida Planning and MNIN OUT !

Zoning Officials, and was a memberof
of the Starke.First United Methodist Church

Ms. Turner is survived by a son,
Robert Brantley Turner, of
Washington, D.C.; three daughters, YOUR CHOICE!
Kay T. Lloyd, Sacramento, Calif., ;
Vicky T. DiVito, West Palm Beach, Oak Table with 4 Side Chairs
and Claire Ann Turner, Jackson-
ville; a brother,Joseph Lyle Anderson 1 .; or 2-Piece Lighted China- ;
Jr., and five grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Tues-
day, Dec. 5, at 11 a.m. in DeWitt C.
Jones Chapel, with Rev. DeWitt Mc- =fib I'I
Queen officiating. Interment was in I l
Crosby: Lake Cemetery under the
direction of Jones Funeral Home.
l\Irs.l\Iollie A. Pearson \

Mrs. Mollie Ann Pearson, 33, of : t.
Starke, died Sunday, Dec. 3, at her : --
home in Starke in Deerwood Sub- ,, I
division following a sudden illness. Ei'r I
Born in Jeff Davis County, :. ii
Georgia, Mrs. Pearson moved to -.
Starke one month ago from Orange 1
Park, following her arrival from l' J 3 $.1 01
Hazelhurst, Georgia. She was a Super Value on this SAVEE .
member of First Baptist Church, Fi JtF Colonial Style Llvlngroom Sofa Choose from this Beautiful Country Oak Table with 4 Side Chairs or ,
Hazelhurst, Ga.and was a substitute + fit,.. Accented with Wood Trim this 2-Piece China with Interior
Physical Education teacher at I'/ No y /tl This sofa is upholstered in a center print Duponl.Antron* nylon velvet This beautiful country oak finished' dining' room offers your choice of a large i Lighting' a with leaf and four solid'

Starke Survivors Elementary incl"'s. School.her husband, i 9eF Flag d acledn a 1 to boa give-"ploleSkirts long. "lime carefree,pillow' arms use,and contrasting enjoyment welts! III.and also wood accented trim. with' wood Matching churn Arm or Chair.a roomy...two..-.p.'ece....lighted.......china. ....cabinet........with...?glass...,,doors.witttFara ...........,.............,,,......?........... MgtoreCh

Thomas D. "Skipj r Pearson; one ?,

daughter, Meredith Brcoke Pearson HOLIDAY PRICE. .$299 HOLIDAY PRICE. Your Choice. .,. .$599
and one son, Harrison Cy Pearson,
all of Starke; her mother, Laree M. <
Harrison of Hazelhurst, Ga.; two .
brothers, Calvin W. Harrison of SAVE
Hazelhurst and Charlie C. Harrison,
Jr. of Valdosta, Ga.; three sisters, $51 i.
Beth Hand, Hazelhurst, Ga., Patsy I
Rappold, Ft. Pierce and Faith /a I,
Smiley of Warner Robbins, Ga.
Funeral services were held at 4 ____l L- I
p.m.Wednesday, Dec. 6, in the First
Baptist Church of Hazelhurst, Ga. I -
with Rev. Barry Owens and Dr.Pete NigrTl :
Shriver officiating. Burial was in H
Hazelhurst City Cemetery under the NO SAVE$1O1 \
direction of Jones Funeral Home of

Starke. t t L bP '<1 ., DOWN

Mrs.Verna S. (Billie) ,It.'. $ Country Style 4-Plece Bedroom
Danis r PAYMENT This awe is me In a rich oak finish with decorative wheat,engrav.Ing .
on ell pieces Biaae linlshed hardware completea the took ,lit
Mrs. Verna S. (Billie) Danis,91,of cludea mirror and full/queen Drawer eta bookcase headboard,door dreeaer,sheM

Seminole Ridge, Melrose, died 5-Plece ON OUR EASY Nlghlatand.......chest.......................:.................
Dec. Country Style Set
Saturday, 2, in Oaks Residential -
and Rehabilitation Center, This solid wood dinette Include a mar-reslatant table lop with a INSTORECHARGE $
Gainesville solid pine table base and 4 solid wood leddar-back aide chairs 399!
following a long illness. with rush,seats. PLAN HOLIDAY PRICE. .. ,
Born in Urbana, Illinois, Mrs. 'NI1aMDVDCmgVOLIDAY
Danis moved to Melrose in 1954 from $ 199
Gainesville and formerly lived in PRICE.. .
Norfolk, Va. She was a member of -
St. William Catholic Church
Keystone: Heights; was a member of
Gainesville Golf& Country Club and Nr
was a homemaker. She was the r
widow of Rear Admiral Anthony L.
Danis, Sr.Survivors.
include one son, Anthony avxi Sp
L. Danis, Jr. of Pensacola;
one sister, Nina Erwin of Indianapolis -
Indiana; three grand- CHOOSE IT NOW.
children and one great grandson. w.
Funeral services for Mrs. Danis ,5189

were Arlington held Memorial at 10 a.m.Cemetery at graveside, Arl-in HA VE IT IN YOUR HOME FARMER, F1NR1)RE

ington, Va., on Wednesday Dec. 2
with a military chaplain officiating. FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
Jones Funeral Home of Starke was SPECIAL
In charge of local arrangements.

Card of ThanksThe

family of Jessie (Buddy) Our Saje Flyer
Smart wish to express sincere appreciation -
to those who remembered Comfortable Man Size Vinyl Recliner 1
us in prayer, visits, phone calls, with Built-in HeaterVibratorThickly STILL INARMERS
flowers and food.
padded bultorvlufted back rectifier m easy-care vinyl A '
.A special thanks to Dr. Her handy nwejaJlne storage pouch It located on the aide J-lle-Time
nandez, nurses, aides at the Brad- Warranty on Reclining Mechanisms. Q *M f ffliQLIDAY
ford Hospital, Upjohn Healthcare EFFECT
Services, Rev. O'Berry and Archie ,PRICE. I *- **
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke.
TheSmart Family
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.On behalf of Renets'McCarthy and --
her entire family, we would like to r- adatn.
thank for their MERS.j. .. FAR g
everyone J ;=;-
thoiightftJness: and most of I : 8 y
her Illness. We oral ._..._.._......N_..
prayers during We would 5 .
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like to extend our thanks to all the Fury : :=::=-xw
churches and members who put OutlOt.ndl" .I.dlon etElayrenlde .' FURNITUREAPPLIANCES 1
Renee' on their prayer lists. I NO
We are very thankful to say that '.. w 1 end Iurcbu.t':: Finance Company
her surgery went well and that she Is SM-Up NO '
andobl.EIIt......1 prvlu Middleman
making a quick and wonderful 0 D.:........ Aw.lI.ble' ,.**; IELECTRONICS NO Down Payment
recovery. irolaanen Il.n Adds
Thank you all, a fowls Yearo eE.1end.d Y.Iwi : Youn/AdulUN.aWY red
James R.McCarthy Family a Yow Can Lle Setlatutlon 835 : /0 Darer. same M c....non
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C SECTION THURSDAY December 7, 1989

Career Days in Bradford County.

from p-jo 8B
to grow the more meanlngfufthat -
relationship will be." -'!!
Dr. Bernard McFadden, Directorof
the Starke Branch of Santa Fe
Community College,serves as chair- M1 ssr" R rr
man of the Education Committee.
There is a growing nationwide l AticiHardware
movement toward increasing
schools.cooperation between businesses and

Educators, facing a wide array of
new social, financial, legal and i-:
managerial problems, have sought
assistance from the business com- _

munity.In turn. business leaders are We have a

recognizing that the quality of life in ;
their communities and the quality of :
the future workforce are directly \ 1- t
linked to public education, have I ,
become more directly involved with Selection ofSCOTCH '
the schools as a result. '
Some of the benefits of the col- .. ;.
laboration to students are that they -,; t "
become better informed consumers : _

and better prepared employees. .. t .; PINECHRISTMAS
Students : yt I
also gain a better 4 p
understanding of how basic skills : r
they are learning in school are put to TREESIN
use In the business environment. l
Students see, many for the first .. .
time, the variety of career choices STOCK
that are available to them when they ;
graduate and a better understandingof I
the free enterprise system.
This new business-education part- 6ft.-7ft.
nership was kicked off at a meeting /
last August attended by interested Learning a New Career... 1 d/
school personel and Chamber of Bobble Antry,at left*how.BUS student Carl Alvatad.ome.f the duties he perform u a pharnwkt at Mitchell' "" ;
Commerce members.The .
In Starke.Santa alsoA
business people has an In- Drug .
terest in seeing the education Claus Plans Visit to Bradford Public Library'Twas _
system turn out students better Full Line Of
prepared for the world of commerce
two weeks before the third some Christmas cheer. For further information on Santa's
and capable of being trained for a annual Christmas and all So-if you'd like to visit with Santa,
specific industry which could move party visit to the Library or any other pro- Christmas DecorationsStarke
to this through the Library You really truly ought to plan ta grams and services available, call
area. The staff Come to the Library on the 21st of
Dr. Bernard McFadden told the was busy making ready the Bradford County Public Library
For a jolly old elf who soon would December; at 964-6400.
group that he and SuperintendentDuncan appear At 10 o'clock I In the morning I Now
returned from in
a meeting To see all the children and spread Remember. L .
Tallahassee sponsored by the
Florida Chamber of Commerce and

the"with State the Department conviction that of Education we mightbe NEED A GOOD DEAL?

the smallest county in the state to
have one,but we can have a partnership
program." I'm a working man too, and I know how

important it is to you,'to. get your? moneys worth.
Starke Woman Come In arid See Me,- Or Phone
Killed In AccidentA
Starke woman was killed and !* $, ', ;,' ': 4.. Lake Butler
another was seriously injured in a &' / ,<,, ,t:',
U.S. 301 S. 25O SW 9th St.
head-on collision in rural Clay Coun- Orian Wells'; ChevroletOldsmobilef
ty Friday night, according to 9647701WAREHOUSE 496-2564
Trooper James Mason. f:, OtficePhone; 9647500V: TAl

killed Janet when Anderson her 1984 Turner Datsun, 58 pickup, was If{; Home, :Phone 964-6166''

truck collided with a 1984 Mazda .' {f New *nd Ua 4 Chevrolet-0t4smablte '-' V
I pickup truck driven by Charlene / ':,' Automobiles -flew,Chevrolet Trucks \
Lewis Ennis, 37, at 8:45 p.m. on -
! CR-215 near Oak Grove Baptist /'I im ted 'CreditNo Credit -',NcrProlilenIt4Wo : \ SALE1JvJLLJq
Church between Middleburg and
. Camp Blanding, said Mason. .
Ennis of Kinsley Lake was taken
\ by LifeFlight to Baptist Hospital
, Jacksonville with multiple injuries.Her ) 1f ; :
condition was listed as seriousas '\) qy
of press time.According 9p fie
to Trooper Mason, En ;

just nis' before vehicle the crossed accident.No the. centerline Mobile Home Lots with or without septic &

charges have been filed as of well hookup t.:c
press time.Homicide. Building Lot In Keystone
, Investigator was W D. 200 Acres in Bradford County................$1,500 Acre
Kilpatrick. 2 Lots & Mobile Home In Keystone

! 5 Mobile Home Lots on 227...-......-.........$6.50O Each GIBSON CLOSE-OUT.
, Recent ArrestsIn Commercial Building on Edwards Rd. .

Bradford County 43 Acre Farm with 3 Br., 2 Ba. Home in

in. The following arrests were made Gainesville 5 Acres on small lake ............................$3.000 Acre
authorities.Bradford County by local 3/4 mile lake frontage on, lake In Alachua r . .q. GAS

County ;
Howard L. Underwood,22, was arrested Lake Santa Fe. 4 Br., 2 Ba. with guest cottage.$185.OOO ELECTRIC
j Dec. 2 for burgary of a structure 10 Acres on Sampson River near Graham.$3OOO Acre DRYER
1 according to Lt. David For Rent, 2 Br., 1 Ba. on Santa Fe Lake....$450.00 Mo. DRYER .
Aderholt. Underwood was arrestedon
a warrant for an additional I REG. $379SALE
charge for an offense which occur BRADFORD LAND & CATTLE COMPANY REG. $329SALE .
red Nov. 21. He remains )in custody. I
Ronald E. Newman, .
Belina Darlene Evans, 32, was arrested '
Dec. 2 for three counts aggravated 964-6881 ", $279 .
assault $319'r
resisting arrest
with violence, possession of cocaine,
conspiracy to sell cocaine, two ==J . .. .
counts possession of drug paraphernalia
and {grand theft, according to
Major W. C. Reno. She was releasedon Automatic Washer
her recognizance. ,

Letroy G lon, 21, was arrested
Dec. 2 for robbery, theft, according '"''I ---- $390
to Patrolman Susan Wilkerson. ,\' .;.1.\ ( REG. $549 SALE
Bond set at he remains .'
was $3,000, in "'",Yi! J"\
custody. I'" ..t.ll'Afi3tr'

Traffic Hospice of North/ Central Florida _
Herbert Hawkins III was arrested invites to -
you .
Dec. 2 for driving while license r Magic Chef4FISH
suspended (DWLS), according to
Sgt. David Goodner. Hawkins was LIGHT UP A LIFE

1 stopped north for of speeding Lawtey.(68mph A computer) onUS301 \\n memory pi.a friend a loved one or RANGE ///!
I check revealed warrants from three I///l/T'4/
,j counties were outstanding. Hawkins to honor special person In your life
was charged with worthless check REG. $549

(Alachua), violation of probation A S5 or $15 donation to Hospice of/ North! Central Florida purchases a '
driving under influence (Clay) and SAFE'
with the name of friend or loved
failure to appear for worthless check holiday ornament or an angel your

(Putnam).Hawkins was released on one and hung. "on one of the Christmas trees on display in our,..-area, COOKERS .
the Bradford charge after posting '
D Gainesville Oaks Mall I make $39O
$1,087 surety bonds for the out of
county charges. O Keystone Heights -. Merchants & Southern( Bank
: O Starke Florida National Bank '' greatgifts

, John Crews of Lawtey was 'arrested Melrose Merchants & Southern Bank
: Dec. 3 for DWLS. according o Live Oak Cheek and Scott Drugs '. Magic Ch.f.OIIl .
to Deputy Danny Thrift. lie was merchant locations '" '
o Crescent City -.various ,
released after, a $215.25 cash bond
was posted. bur contnbut ion will help Hospice continue to meet the needs of

I i Oswell Frederick' ,Qhina, 71,, ofI '" terminally i III patients and. their. r'' n-n;; : ;'n; '; $48,
Jacksonville arrested Dec. 1 for -. ,
was _
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I Thrift.offense Qt na'i), blood according alcohol to Deputy was.15 .' 0 'I want to I.p! ,'fontinue services. 'for. ."the'terminally. I I ;

percent. he w." released after a'.' 'ill and their, ,families. Enclosed Is pry\ check for .' ;, '"" ". r---- I

: :J1.COO cash bond was posted : I ,. .'. &i amt t I iS5 each) t i t''. .-anek:: ISIS Cachl ( Gas Grills
'.. ', .. ,', .,or. ,
, Richard Williams si arrested 'I J .. .. ,... .
, was a .t c \ ,WI:!:
Nov. 29 for DWLS, according 'In honor of In memory of. ,' !
I to Patrolman Gordon Smith.He wa Donor's name') .-, .- .". -. -\.1" J ',ut\!.r lit .. cUrY\: t. .. artlngail,89
released after a $215.25 surety bond '; "'\"-' .
was: posted.' ...Address ,'if, }...y.'".". .'z Ip. : o

r'William' Martin Lemire, 57, was Make your checks payable lo Horpfce> of' North! Central! f brida. All gifts iI
I arrested Nov. 29 for DUI By! k ,
are tax-deductible'Return : :"-'11'I": "
to Major' Reno He was release, .' PQ Box.1523'. Gainesville."FL 32602: :Let: Us' Help You \With Your: 'Gift Lists
after a $500 surety bond was,posted.; ,For,more J information, call ((904) 33S-212I.: ,



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best offer.. Phone 96 -2652. .. ...-<'f' .." ... STORE FOR RENT. 1000 SQ FT. 301 YARD SALE: Atari's. Christmas .....HOMES.....
2 I 11/23/69 2 REDMAN: 3/2 Total Electric steel front SOUTH PLAZA 964-7681 OR 964- toys, baseball cards Lot of knickknacks CHEAPER THAN RENTI Immaculate, furnished 3 bedroom, 1% both mobile
1988 CHEV. PICK-UP door cathedral ceilings and more. 6784 TFN 3 s household goods some furniture home w/separate recreational room equipped with stove a frig separate
SPOHTSIDE, Only $575.00 down, plus T.T. & L 11/30/89 4 baby furniture. Fri. A SaL. US garage beautifully landscaped lot on Griff loop. 19600.
wheels 26k Make payments, $78. Bi-weekly. 18009404644. FOR SALE OR RENT:Warehouseofficespace 301 N. to NE 50th St Strawberry DUPLEX 630-632 W. Francis St.. Each lid* 2 BR. 1 BA. Eol-ln kitchen. LR. UNI
miles.MUST: SELL). Reduced to Acres Follow 0 til 5. S 45000.
Signs. end.
4 S : 3000-9000 sq ft, located at Rm. w/carport on ono .
$9950 964-9248 or 782- 7 s 11/30789 1 NE26thAVe. 26,000
11/30/89 1 Enterprise Park next to Sunshine
3660 2 S 11/2/89' PARK MODEL: 2 Bedroom,w/residential Industries. Contact Diane Ely 964- CHRISTMAS YARD SALE:Four families HWY. 301 SOUTH.From. 3 BR. 2 bo CHIA, 1539..1.. 1.7 acre*. $ 40.000
10 ext & shingle roof Mstr. has 5294 TFN 3 s Saturday Doo. 0, 8 a.m. 61 12 noon. NW 65th AVE. 3 bedroom, I bath 5 ocr... Horn hoi new 20 yr. roof freshlypainted
1987 FORD TEMPO SILVERSsp, very stereo cab A 'LUV tub w/sep shower 11/30/89 4 Green Acres 706 Gene St. Hwy. 16, In.lde. Owner to,.. 'Make an Offer)
good condition$6500 obo.Call Jull stall ON SALE $168.44/Mo. 1-800- West 7 s 11/30/89 GREAT LOCATION-GREAT PRICE: 4 bedroom 2 both with a large family! room

964-6713 s 11/9/89 or 964-6791 4GOVT 2 940-4644. 4 S II.. : LOSTFOUNDLOST : l ORANGEWOOD 1 APARTMENTS. NO. located In the city. 59300.
SEIZED SURPLUS VEHICLES 11/30/89 1 315 WALNUT STREET: Good rental property-3 hornet:
703:Odds and ends clothing. Saturday -
available from $1001 Call for immediate GIANT 4 BDRM 2 BATH: HUGE Eat-In MALE GREAT DANE: 1 Yr. old. only, Dec. 9. 0-3. 7 3053 Total Sq.Ft., 2 story, porches;
Kitchen ENORMOUS great room.
informaoon! 1-708-742-1142,Ext Answers"RANDALL.Lawtey Area. s 11/30/89 1 .1080 Total Sq.ft.:
LOTS of closets$275/Mo.Until all are 782-3955 after 7 and 240 Total Call for viewing on these( 89,000
609. 2 S 11/23/89 pm weekdays GARAGE SALE SATURDAY, DEC. 9:9-: Sq.Ft.
2 sold 11/30/89 964-6408. 4 1 s all day weekends. 5 1.903 W. Cypress St Three families. ELEGANCE IN THE COUNTRY 3 BR. 1 bo, concrete block, window treatments.

74 LINCOLN: For parts Good engine. BEAUTIFUL 3 BR 2 BA FURNISHED: LOST: AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD: Baby hams jeans appliances eta 3 ceiling fans, CHSA stove, refrlg, DW garage with door opener ant.nnawith
74 RANGER PICK UP 7823437. Female several shades brown short 7. 11/30/89 rotary booster, wood floors, new Andersen windows, carpet rose
and PLUS 1
dining room
Living room
2 s 11/30/89 1 acre with all improvements. LOW hair, bobtailed, had puppies. On CR- SAT., DEC. 8 ONLY:9...West 225 from garden large patio area complete with brick BBQ grill smoker and lazy
'85 MUSTANG GT: Red on white AT PS Down Payment ALL THISlor$309.00per ( 18. Call 468-2987 after 5pm. Lawtey,approx.I 1/2 Mile to NW 23rd Susan table hothouse, tool shed separate pumphouse, total electric
PB. PW Tilt Wheel Positract Ouad- mo. 964-6407. 4 5 s 11/30/89 1 St. left to NW 75th Ave. or Old Terry beautifully landscaped.
rishock rear. Blackjack Headers 11/30/89 1 Rd. first house on right 7 BRICK HOME 4 BEDROOMS, 1% BATHS.402 St.Clair St. .86 of an acre, foyer
Roller Lifters 650 Holley. Custom '84 FLEETWOOD:Nice 3 BR.2 BA.Take .t\ISIMALstJJE'ra S 11/30789 1 LR DR kitchen w/ refrlg, range/oven, dishwasher fan/hood; den. laundry
Radiator. New Hi-Performance 306c Move to lot Call HUGE CARPORT/BACKPORCH SALE: room and an office CHSA. enclosed carport (2 cars), utility shop spacious
over payments your '
In. In 87. VERY FAST.$4900 OBO. iFOR'S'j't $71-O00
964.91150/373-3423. 4 Three families. Fit A Sat 8:30-5: p.m. back yard with security: lights.
964-8348. 2 t 11/30/89 1 Go 3 M. West on 100 to SW 5th St.. BETHEL CHURCH RD:3 BR, 1 bo. CB. wood floors. 1185 s.f., 5 acres $ 60.000
11/30/89 1 CREATIVE FINANCING. Will listen to HAPPY JACK TRIVERMICIDE: Recog- turn (left, follow signs. Antique desk CRYSTAL LAKE: furnished log cabin, 98 ft. on water 1 BR/l Ba. f 90.000
1987 FORD F-150 4X4 Small equity and offers and finance balance on 4 BR, 2 nized safe 4 effective by U.S. Bureau baby bed. double bed. bar stools BROOKER: 3/2 brkk and frame Shady Oaks S/D. extra lot $ 44.000
take over payments. For more information BA Doublewide. Needs minor repairs of Veterinary Medicine against hook, coffee tables tools/ 79 Sunbird. lots HAMPTON LAKE AREAl 3 BR, 2 bo, CHSA screened patio w/ BBQ grill.
call after 7 a.m. 7823883. round. & tapeworms In dogs & catsl)
of clothes for horse farm. $122,400
78239494 s glassware everyone Also 3BR MH, 1 V4 BA on 3 acres. Excellent for mall
2 S 11/30/89 1 Gator I II I Farm Supply Ole Glory Feed. 7. 11/30/89 1
1986 CAMARO 2-28: $8200. Call 964- 1985 DOUBLEWIDE: Excellent condo & Goldkist. 6 I SATURDAY. DEC. 9.8:30: til ??At trailer ....WATERFRONT.....
4984 after 6 p.m. 2 tion. CH/A May consider lease-pur 10/12/89 10 behind Florida Pest Control. Nice GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY. LAKE GENEVA 292'on water and extending
198S FULL SIZE FORD BRONCO XLT: chase or rent Owner anxious. Call HAPPY JACK SKIN BALM: checks clothes and toys, also. 7 to Hwy. 100. 7.17 acres. $165,000. Property can be divided Into two 100' lots,
964-6849 9643728. 4
Pushbutton on dash 4x4: pos, troc. rear scratching A relieves Irritated skin s 11/30/89 1 $65,000 each and one 92.65' lot 48000.
end; rear defoggsr; 302 fuelInjectedAT t 11/30/89 1COMMKRCIAL without steroids. Promotes healing a 419 BROADWAY STREET: Thursday ..COMMERCIAL..
((00)). Fully loaded. 14500. Call : PROpKHflrtf, '''' hair growth on dogs a cats) Gator II Deo. 7, g am til 3 pm. 7 125.000
; Ole Glore N.TEMPLE AVE: 1 Acre zoned Commercial.
473-4369 after 6pm. Itchg 1207BEAUTIFUL Farm Supply Feed a
11/30/89 1
:tUN'r lJ.: s.. SAtE Goldkist 6 I FRI.4 SAT. 10S:412BridgesStOdds'NEnds WOW WHAT A COMMERCIAL DEALIiCarrodlnes In Lawtey. Approx. 600 on
:MQ ..L; ,HQME : 11/2/89 10 Furniture: Heaters RV trailer Hwy 301. 10 Acres of land 3300 sq. ft. store and living quarters, paved
FOR SALE LEASE OR EXCHANGE. REGISTERED AOHA GELDING: 9 yrs. Tools and lots more. 7 driveway with ampl.parking. 149,500
,F R.S'/n .. : 7000 sq ft two story stucco building. old. By Artie Cloud. Excellent game s 11/30789 1 COMMERCIAL PUTNAM HAll "CATTUMAN'S LOUNGE" CHSA, bond area
137& 139 E Call St comer Thompson horse and all around horse. $3500. PROM DRESSES,Clothes Dishes Miso. dance floor, liquor license Included. 2 1/2 acres on HOT corner. Hwy 100 S
3BR.23ATH.1987 CHAM- St Leased to purchase or perfer Call 964-5812 or 468-2013. West on SR 16. turn right on Glendale Hwy 26. Separate living quarters Included. Owner would finance with good
PION mobilehome,14x70carpetedgarden exchange for water front property. 6 S 11/30/89 4 second house on left Fri. ft SatLANDFORSALE down payment I $ 220.000
Clyde W. Simpson, 356-6849 SUPER COMMERCIAL! Great two story building. Enterprise Zone. Downtown
tub,breakfast bar.utility room.wired for 3 S 11/30/89 4 YARDSALESA : I1 : t Stark..Assum. Mtg. "' Reduced to$49.900
central air Must sell.movingl No eq- RETAIL STORES FOR LEASE; Great NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE:830: N. Temple Ave. 8 furnished 1 BR
uity-take over payments. Serious location across from KOA/Walmart, CHRISTMAS YARD SALE: Toys 100 ACRES: six room house and barn. apartments; fully occupied with excellent occupancy record; heating and
inquires onlylCall 964-3939keep Hwy 301 1000 sq ft.964-8848. eve dishes set of crystal, a lot of misc.At Owner will finance, $20OO/acro.caB cooling unit In each apartment.Good cash flow! $ 147,000
trying, S 11/30/89 nings 473-3627 TFN 3 lea Lake St..624 N. Lake St.Saturday 964-7771 or 964-4537 TFN RARE FIND IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 100' on Hwy 21 N. Two 2100 sf bldg.
814X52 S 11/30/89 4 Dec. 9, 8:30-5: p.m. 7 9. 11/30/89 4 301 SOUTH: 193 Ft.301 frontage. $85.000
of $157.32 for 3 1/2 years, call 782- 1000 sq ft fast food location across MOVING: Old tools hydraulic chair financing. 9645414.
3762 4 s 11/30/89 from KOA/Wal Mart 964-8848 evenings (beauty shop), old dishes (Cumer a 9. 11/30789 After Hours
1988 PALM HARBOR: Great room w/ 473-3627 TFN 3 Ives). old table, lots of stuff Used OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: wooded Anne Terwlllegar Brown . . . . . 473-7541

fireplace & window seat, wet bar s 11/30/89 4 Frederick 3 Ton water cooled heat tots, river access. $5450 each. No Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . 964-6323

works skylites.a china cabinets hutch util., beautiful room w/deep wood GREAT LOCATION ACROSS FROM nice pump.Road 7823287.) 1/2 mile 105th off US Street 301. (Eu- money 236-4570 down.or 1-622-2438$65.41 month.TFN Owner.I- Debra Connoughton . . . . . . 964-2833

laundry sink, mstr. garden bath w/ KOA/WAL MART. Hwy 301, 2000 sq 7. 11/23/89 3 10. 11/30/89 4 Sandra Terwlllegar . . . . . : . .533-2242
sep. shower stall. Energizer Insula- ft, $600 month, 964-8848. evenings 16 E TO NE 10TH ST: 1/2 Mle on Left. ,_
tion, lap siding exterior. New$42,000 473-3627 TFN 3. J' '' : '
Follow Signs. Fri. a Sat 9 a.m. til l ?? niPIRATES
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Must sell for $28.000. 964-9172. 11/30/89 4 7. 11/30789 1 s 1, ,
DEC. 8-9-10: 4 1/2 Miles South on US ,' "nYINGI
301. Turn left at Jehovah Witness p

GIGANTIC GARAGE SALE Church, 5th house on right FREE For FHA; VA or Conventional
FRI. & SAT. 9 am tt 3 p.m. Off Grills
Loop, S.E. 30th Ave. Clothes, baby Mortgages.
clothes,shoes,stand artificial Christmas
Indoor garage sale trees, stuffed animals, pillows, Gainesville Mortgage Co. Inc

Saturday. December 9, (Sam 6pm), high\ chair, clock some Christmas Construction
Purchase Refinance or ;
things dining table with 6 chairs gas
National Guard Armory Edwards Road. heaters, misc. items. 7 Con entlona1. FHA. or VA; fixed Rate or AdjustablePh.

Huge Selection of appliances furniture. 6 FAMILY YARD SALE: In Lawtey. Be- 964-3739

tackle accessories clothing etc. hind Waters Grocery Fri.a Sat Dec. GOLD Starkc FL
fishing baby HAROLD K. DAVIS P. o Box 568. ,
Household This
odds fuiusdc
8,9. items clothing, SwanncelU'IU house at
and ends. 7 t Fowler's Bluff II..close to the Licensed Mortgage 'b.'xtr.. V Located Lonachainth Bldg.
11/30/89 1 excitement of dlscorrcrr.. Flab from Broker
GARAGE SALE: Furniture clothes, JOur new dock boat to the Gulf: Ktu
household items, baby items,washer Ln your bot tub. Two story, 3 BK. 3 '
and dryer gas stove. 1221 Johns 1/2 Bath,Urge family room makes
T1i FOR S Ag J
Drive, Saratoga Hgts., Sal 8 am til 1 this nn ideal entertainment ret-a-wav.

roc. du, s pm. Rain 11/30789 or Shine.1 7 James $178,500CALL R Smith, Jr. 1 1'ii; i Dfr To :Soil=] =_ t'

RSusan Morgan Rood. Look for Signs. Fur- 375-7O39 Large or Small Loads of Limerock

nlture, cloth., etc. I
Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer

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@ M. Faulkner. GRI. CRB President OITAW A A A A A A A A A AA

Accelerated Realty, inc.

Inc. Your Full Servico Iloal Estate Office
ERA Faulkner Really,

Located Hwy. 301. 2 blocks South of C.R. 100 221 Lafayette St.

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LOTS FOR SALE 292x200 Will Divide. 89/89 Last N015 .
*75x220 CITY WATER a SEWER Will Divide. 102/89 I REALTOR
*COUNTRY CLUB Comer lot: 136/89
15 ACRES IN LAWTEYt 125/89 BROKERS SPECIAL >/Homes s/Lot v/Acreagc v/Waterfront
IS ACRES OFF 100 Wt Will Divide. 174-89 Owner$.ys 5.E
1 1/2 ACRES Zoned for Mobile Home. $7.500. 187/89 Brick,3/3. Over 1400... Ft.CH/A. I .s/Farms VCommerclal, .
*CR 230. 3 BR. 1 1/2 BA. large lot with trees, all fenced, owner anxious. $43,500. New Roof. Urge Let. 100x300.: Fenced Beck Yerd. -.. M .
189/89 REDUCED from SSe.OOO to S52.800 ON THE WATER 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brkk. Eat-In Kitchen, Family Room I
*A COUNTRY BARGAIN large lot, central I heat a air. large separate garage. CHSA. large lot 2.80 Ac.. 2310 SF front a Back Porch.
Priced for quick sale. 124/89 To(25,000 a LARGE ROOMY HOME 3BR/3BA Fro..... Family Rm w/Flreplace. CHSA j
NEW LISTING Doublewide; 1920 sq. ft. Permanent Structure. Loaded with ex- 3184 SF. 576 SF Workshop. Hampton Lak. Access.
*( 15.500 Cute as a button frame I/I. new kitchen cabinets.
tra. 4 BR. 2 BA 2 Ac. A Steal at 46500. 198/89 Starke. ATTENTION. HOMI SEEKERS 4BR/2BA CB Home. Family Room CH&A. ]
28x40 DOUBIEWIM en 1.37 Ac.... 3 BR. 2 BA. Great room separate dining *$ 33,900: Newly renovated Inside and out 2/1 fenced yard In a 2148 SF, Garage. Landscaped.
room Central I Heat/Air Loaded with extras, has assumable VA mortgage *( 24,500 In Brooker. frame home walk to everything owner finance. 6 ACRES OF PRIVACY 3BR/1BA,.A-Frame w/Porches All Round Stave a I

192/89 (25.000(M... Refrlg.. Wood Burning _. Pole Bam 24x50, Tool Shed 8x9. Well. Saps -
*1988 DOUBUWIDE 3 BR. 2 BA. Central Heat ft Air on 1 1/2 Acres. Assumable *S 38,000 Cedar home on 1 acre. QUA. range, ref.' fie .' ,4' I a
loan. 182/89 *t 38.000 Concrete block. 3/1. central heat In Stark. 100x125 lot. LOVELY BRICK HOME. ..1ItI21A.CHaA. Stove Refrlg. S Dishwasher 3340 |
NEW .a... 1 BA. 1_.... en heewttttfl.... S29.900. 197/" *( 43400: Crystal Lake Homesltes I CB 3/1. CHSA. range ref 1300 Sf.. SF. Sun Deck. Well a Septic. '-7. .
HWY Ml SOUTH 7 Acres fenced.c ross ,fenced opprox. 1800 sq. Beautiful *S 43,500 A lotto house "/1 K. QUA. range ref. over 1500 SF. a JUST NORTH OF LAWTEV 3SR/3BA Brkk. Family Ret CHSA. 2946 SF. 2|
brick veneer, 3 BR, 3 BA swimming pool, versatile property can continue with *S 44.900: Lake cottage on dear lake with white sandy beach large oaks Large Workshops an 1.7 Acres w/lots of Shade T......
same business or change. Several building Call for showing.' 191/89 *( 45.000 Frame, 1400 sq. ft. 4 BR. 1 3/4 BA. Large lot hi country. ROOM FOR HORSES .3BR/3SA. .Cut Brick. CHSA. Range S Refrlg Big Shed, |
*HWY U Wi 1 Acre; 3 BR 1 1/2 BA. Brick V_. 194/89 *S 49.900: Brick 381t/1 l4 Ba. nice neighbors range, ref. QUA. end. garage. S Fenced Area for Hones s

*LAURA STREETS 4 M. 3 BA C/B. Assumable! Mortgage. 54000. 184/89 (...000 to(75.400 CROSBY LAKI SHORES 3BR/2BA Two-Story Home. Stove S Ref.,AC Units I

*'.1 ACM WOODED for house or mobil. 'home. Owner financing. 200/89 *( 54.000 Highway 16 W_. 4/3M. QUA. 1496 SF on 1 acre. REDUCED. a Electric Heat. Well S Septic; I Acre. s
1 BA Frame. 25000. 168/89 PROPERTY Apt. Bldg 3BR/1 BA ea Apt}Go. Heat. I
*LAWTEY 2 BR. *S 55.000 Owner finance 2 story 4/2. QUA, on 4.64 o=res. INVESTMENT Twa-Story
*NICE DOUSUWIDI on ".38 acres. Additional' land available 166/89 *( 56.000 Lawtey area nice home CHSA on 1 acre quiet and peaceful. HWY 16W 3&R/3BA Doubl'>> Ide.:,CHSA, Workshop Fish Pond. Well a |
*HANDYMAN Sl'lCIAL"7.900. Cash or 9000. Terms. Nice shaded lot. with fruit *( 57.500 Commercial garage on Edwards Rd.. Almost new. Metal Building. a Septic. 5.7 Acres. -- a
trees. Utility building. Free-standing Ilrepl_. 148/89 *S 62.000 Excellent neighborhood near the hospital. Corner lot 3/3 QUA. RIVER BEND ESTATES 3BR/2SA DW Mobile ......... CHSA. 2 Ac...
HOUSE WITH POOU Story on 1 Acre. Beautifully landscaped. 112/89 *( 65.000 US 301 S. frontage. 3 acres with mobile home and metal.bldg. CTY HWY t.II. 3BR/2BA Mobil. Home. AC Units. Central Heat. 4.8 Acres I
*CORNER LOT 3 BR. I 1/2 BA Brick In nice residential. neighborhood. 133/89 a HIGHWAY 301 S 300 Ft Frontage. 2 Mobile Homes. I Commercial Bldg. a
REDUCTION ON THIS 3 BR. 3 BA m the country. Only yrs. old. 167/89 Above(7','* SIS lAFAYtm' .38R/1BA Frarn CHSA. !Range. Utility Bldg w/Half lath.a |
*BEST FBHSNO LAKE AROUND New 3 BR. 2 IA on large lake lot. 173/89 *S 78OOOt Bedford Lake. 3/1 QUA. completely' furnished extra nke. 100x300.
*OAKS OALOREi Must.. this unique douUewkJe mobile home.,Close. to great *( ",.sa. Stick QUA. over 2000 SF In the country on 2.78 acr: ... SELECTED PROPERTIES' \ a

fishing 101I_. 159/89 $14,900Own.r financing. Brkk. 3/2 1/2 BA Peel. All Appliances. HOME BUM LOTS Hwy leW. City Water S Sewage. Owner Financing.
*( 87JWO Farm house OUA an 28 acres. 2 Barn, pec*' grave Brooker.
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*( 94.000i Gorgeous brkk home In Deer.-55f. 2/2 Immaculate. Must See. a s
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Trained Staff Toda ).'.:96 -.50S9. *(178.1(31 Beautiful 2 story brick and cedar farm home. 4/2'A So on 72 acres. ,J ACRES Hwy. ........_ New "h }Well B Septic.

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1 BATH 964-7498 TFN 13 lots for rent water and sewer furnished full time. For Information call RA. cial Carpet Shampooing 1st room.

s 11/30/69 4 cable tw available. 782-3333 MONA, 7823068.AVON. 15 $25;each add. room$5(min.3)).782-
FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR... utilities TFN 13 s 113089HALF s 11/30/89 4 3089.17 a 11/23/89
.. fFORSAIH'I'r: .: .: .:FOR\S'/tHBr\ .. I paid. From $37.50 up weekly. 4 REAL ESTATE LICENSE COURSE only 5WILL
MUSICAL$14.99 INSTRUMENTS AS LOW AS 12X2S WOOD FRAME BUILDING with Slartse. In front of Post Office. rent Close to prison. Call 4681323. Estate College. TFN 15 my home. Have fenced yard. Call
PER MONTH. CALL 9646946.12 shingled roof.Will finish interior suItor 13. 9/7/89 52 TFN 13 5 11/30/89 a 11/30/89 4 Joanne or Diane 964-9774..
52 9/7/89 sell as is.Ideal for cabin or storage. MOBILE HOME.3BR.11/2 bath,carpeted 4 NURSINGPERSONNELFORON.CAll. 17. 11/23/89 3
ALUMINUM Can be moved by trailer.964-4831 or appliances, air and central heat, unfurnished STATE EMPLOYEES,needahome close Employee Dispatching and client calls. HEALTH INSURANCE at group rates for
PLATES. NEWSPAPER see behind Al Young's Vacuums Hwy ,on GrifflsLoop$250, to your work? We have dean mobile Nursing background helpful license the .self-employed. Call 14624176for
Measures 24x36 301 N. 12 s $150 secuity deposit, call after 6pm homes available call 468-1323. TFN not needed.Musthave pleasant phone Information. 17 s
inches.$.50 each. Great for patching 11/30/89 4 964-8970 or 964-8705 or 964-4430 13. 11/30/89 4 voice, caring and understanding of 11/30/89 4
and 'ePalr TELEGRAPH. 133 W. ATARI UNIT plus 44 tapes. A great buy! //*13 s 11/16/89 3 MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY elderly and sick Work from home, HANDY MAN: Reasonable rates. PaintIng -
Call St Starke. 12 s $90.00. 965-5011. ask for lady who COUNTRY HOME 2 BR LARGE BATH WATER.SEWER. CABLE TV 964- must have private phone line. In-Of- Plumbing Electric A Home Re-
9/7/89 52 has Atari. 12 and dressing room, large living room 7498 TFN 13 s fice training before assignment Call pairs..25 experience.Woody 964-
ALICIA HAY FOR SALE IN ROLL.Arthur 11/30/89 1 with fireplace this, kitchen all appliances 11/30/89 4 Lynn or Rita at 964-8772 for Inter- 5405 or Tommy 964817017
Gasklns 782-3140 12 EARLY AMERICAN STYLE Couch and 6 1/2 miles out of Starke on TRAILER SPACE: Call 964-7895. view. UPJOHN HEALTHCARE t 11/30/89 4
s 11/30/89 4 Chair. Good condition. $75.00. 964- Brownlee Rd. 533-2483. 13 13. 11/30/89 1 SERVICES. 15 s NEED CASH? Free guaranteed loan
MARY'S VARIETY SHOP:Sales wicker 6911.12 a 11/30/89 S 11/2/89 5 TRAILER IN COUNTRY. 2 BR large 11/30/89 2 service application rushed. Call now
used furniture appliances 1HANDI 3BR MOBILE HOME refrig and stove kitchen and living room, like new, CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANTS. 1-800-383-4181orwrite today.Credit,
microwaves VCR'.. .You TV"I I HOUSE PORTABLE buildings. unfurnished. $275 month. $150 deposit 60x14 central heat nice yard and Community College/ trained. Must Inc. Box 3556-F Boulder. CO 80307.
carry III.Alwas looking for such hems. storage buildings, garages, green- 782-1243. 13 5 trees,one child max.9646714, Meng have dependable transportation,ableto 17. 11130/89 1
Stop In if you wish to sell something. houses. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Hwy 11/16/89 4 Dairy Road and 21st St., $245 month follow directions and work Inde- ADOPTION:Happily married couple wantto
304 E. Call St. 964-3250. Eveningscall 301 South, 964-8848 TFN 2 BR DUPLEX IN TOWN: CH&A. Unfur- plus deposit 13 s pendently. Home care work available share their love with newborn.
964-5813. Don't call after 9pm. 12' 11/30/89 4 nished.$300/Mo;$1 50 Deposit 964- 11/30/89 1 In Alachua County. Call 1-800.342- Country home In desirable area. Financial
TFN 12 t 11/30/89 12X21 CARPORT $790. NO DOWN 2250. 13 s 11/23/89 FURNISHED CLEAN 2 BR MOBILE 8800 for Interview. UPJOHN :: security warmth and affection -
4FIREWOOD PAYMENT .Hand) House portable 2LOW HOME: Convenient shopping and HEALTHCARE SERVICES. TFN are waiting for!this child. Will pay
:Seasoned oak split ft deliv- buildings Hwy 301 South Starke 964- RENT. ONE ROOM EFFICIEN- restaurants. No flea-carrying pets. 15. 11/30/89 4 all help
ered. $80 cord; $45 1/2 Cord. Discount 8848 TFN 12 CIES: Air and Heat carpeted very 964-8810. 13 s HFI.P WANTED ON HORSE FARM. Call each other. Call Robert & Iris attor
price If you pick up. J.D. 468- 11/30/89 4 clean. AH utilities paid. Private park- 11/30/89 1 964-8813. 15 s ney. 1-800-221-6489. 17
2502.12 s 11/23/89 5 PC.LUDWIG STANDARD DRUMS with Ing. 964-5687. TFN 13 ONE BEDROOM HOUSE: Furnished.$200MonthplusfOOdepositRd 11/30/89 1TRAILRESTAURANTIN a 11/30/89 1
2 cymbal and hi-hal Blue $500or 11/23/89 4 16 LAWTEYis
sparkle. s GET VISA OR MASTERCARD regardlessofcreditBadcreditNop -
AUTOMOBILE PARTS: Four Modular best offer. 964-3329 day or night IN RAIFORD: 4 BR. 2 BA house. CH/A E.. comer of NE lOlh St Phone 964- taking applications for waitress or ioblem
Chrome with Gold Inlay Dodge Rims, 12 8 11/30/89 1 Lease 8 mos.,min.$325/Mo. Deposit 7625. 13 s 113089HELPWANTED waiters. Exp. preferred, but not nec- AMAZING Recorded Message
Five lugs. Four tires:2 Mud grip and 2 CHRISTMAS TREES:Cut your own.$10 of $200 up front 964-8602 after 6 1 essary. Apply between hours of 2-5 Reveals Details. TOLL FREE 1-800-
radial. Also rebuilt 351 Windsor motor each. 9 Miles South ol Starke on RD p.m. 13 5 11/23/89 '. p.m. 15 5 11/30/89 926-1157. Ext 71C. 17
with transmission; C-4 transmis- 100. 1/2 Mile South of Suwannee 5 t S 11/30/89 1

sion.964-2573 after 8 p.m. Anytimeon Swifty on C-18. Please call ahead. 3 BR HOUSE ON CROSBY LAKE: JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA .'HOMES: FOR'SALE, : HUDSONS REPAIR: Will do repairs or
weekends. 12 473-4195. 12 Completely furnished with dock.$350 : painting on roofs mobile homes,
11/23/89 4 11/30/89 3 per month. Call 964-6494 ask for Will Openings available in several' areas. FOR SALE BY OWNER, 3 BR 11/2 bath houses, eta Free estimates. 964-
DINING ROOM TABLE with four chairs. CRAFT ITEMS made up. Basket and Austin Fender. 13 s train. For info, call (708) 742- block house family room with free- 9607.17 s 113089WELL
wood. $150; 25 Quasar color TV. all Christmas 8620 ext 362. 15 8
wreathaii craft items > 11/23/89 4 standing fireplace,livingroom,kitchen 4
cable-ready. $225. 7821261. Plnehurst Variety across TWO-1 BR FURNISHED APARTMENTS: 11/23/89 4 seperate dining room carport and DRILLING. PUMPS SERVICE:
12. 11/23/89 2 from SouthsideElem.,Hwy 100 South, With Bath. $175 Each per month. No ANYONE CAN APPLY!Guaranteed Visa/ utility room fenced yard with bam Durrance Pump & Supply Co Water
EARLY AMERICAN MC US Charge. Even with bad credit.
COUCH.IOO and 964-5587. 12 8 pets. 964-2796. 5 964-5647 16 5 systems specialists. 864 N. Temple
matching chair $50 In good condition 11/30/89 1 11/23/89 2 No one refused. Call((602))842-1087. 11/23/89 4 Ave. US 301. Starke, 32091 TFN
call 964-6187 12 LWB PICK UP TRUCK RACK;12 3 BR. 2 BA DOUBLEWIDE: $310 per ext U4424 15 17. 11/30/89/ 4
SHOPSMITH MARK V: Make offer. 782- water heater. Works off 110 outlet month $100 deposit Call 9648704or 11/30/89 2 FOR SALE BY OWNER: 3BR.! Bath CHAIN LINK FENCE:Installed. Free esti
3949.4 11/30/89 Call 533-2474. 12 8 964-7328. 13 DRIVERS TO$750 WEEKLY. Local and home.Family/dining room, screened mates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO..
1PEN'IAX 11/30/89 2 11/23/89 '2 O.T.R. Train Local. 3555500. porch.garage.fenced backyard.newly owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559.

I ME CAMERA: With 3 lenses CHICKEN FARM: 17 Acres, 4 chicken DESERT ISLE MOTEL: Low daily or 15. 11/30/89 2 painted.wallpaper. Saratoga TFN 17 s 11/30/89
and teleconverter. $500. 473-4679. house and brick home 485-1952 or weekly rates.Kitchenettes room avail- POSITION AVAILABLE The Bradford Heights.964-7634 16 4PRESSURE
12. 11/23/89 2 9649366. 12 able. Mobile home for rent 782-3332. County. Board of County Commissioners 11/16/89 4 WASHING: Houses sidewalks -
NEW AND USED CELLULAR PHONES: 11/30/89 1 13. 11/23/89 4 li accepting inquiries for the REDUCED: GRAHAM COUNTRY LIVING driveways. Roof Repairs. Call
For Sale.We install and activate.Can WHIRLPOOL H.D.WASHER. 1 Yr.War- FIRST MONTH FREEC APT.FOR RENT. petition of VETERANS SERVICE OFFICER : Remodeled. 3 BR Wood heater.ICreenedporch.lUndeck.cetilngfan. 9646341. Terry Parks. TFN
964-4238. TFN 12 S ranty, many matching sets to choose 1 BRl1 BA' Kitchen fur., heat/air w/w for Bradford County. The position ., 17. 11/30/89 4
11/30/89 4 from. Starting at$200. 964-2966.GE carpet water, sewage and garbage Is Part.Tim.. working one day a new air.Under appraisal for$37,900. STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE
'57 FORD, One Owner. Orig. pts. As Is. DISHWASHER: Built-in. Exo. cond. furnished. $200/Month. $100 Dept w..k. Anyone Interested In the position 465-1189.11/23/89 16 5 SALES AND SERVICE: All makes
$100. Piano,needar.palr.$20;rabbit $125. 964-2966.22.2 CU. FT. (With 1 Yr. Lease or 1/2 first month or for additional Information, 4 and models cleaned oiled and adJusted
cages FREE. 473-4111. 12 FROSTFREE REFRIGERATOR: rent free with 6 mos. lease). Call 1- should Inquire to the Clerk of Court's SMALL 2 BR FRAME HOUSE:In Lawtey. $15. New and used sewing
s 11/30/89 1 Water. Ice.Almond. 964-2966.GAS 468-1630. 13 5 office, Bradford County Courthouse, by 964-7145. 16 S machines. Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan
CANOPY BED:Single size,white.Excellent ft ELECTRIC RANGE PARTS: AH 11/30/89 2 Dec. 20 1989 5:00 p.m. 12/07 2tchg FOR 11/23/89 SALE BYOWN 2 Road) 964-8733 TFN 17
ER 2 BR/2 BA House
condition. Still has plastic on Brand Ed's Appliance Parts A Serve 2 BR HOUSE ON PRIVATE ESTATE. 12/14 S 11/30/89 4
mattress and boxspring. $200. Nag. ice. 310 E. Call St.. 964-2966. $275 plus electric. 964-5414. HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR: To and 4-1 BR Apt Assumable and WANT TO DRINK, THATS
964-2105. 12 S 12' 11/30/89 1 3 BR.2 BA WITH GARAGE:Almost brand $16/Houriy. Hiring all phases now. owner buyer.financing Call 1-468-1630.available for qualIfied YOUR BUSINESSI! WANT TO
11/30/89 1PEVEYTK065Amp.$150 Many needed. 355-5500. 15 STOP? THATS OURSI
new. 1011-B W. Pratt St. $500Mo.Ask t8. 11/30/89 2
;Electric bass about leasepurchaseoption.9648073.13 S 11/30/89 2 3 BR. 2 BA HOME In Green Acres. 964- Alcoholics Anonymous 964-3619.
guitar. $50. 964-2105. 12 11/30/89 EXCITING JOBS IN Hiring 964-4150. 964861411117
s 11/30/89 1 4 s construction mining! ,sales,data processing 2ALMOST 8674.16 5 11/30/89 11/30/89 8
70 SHEETS HALF INCH CDX SHEATH- banks airlines engineering TREE SERVICE: Trimming ,
2 BR/2 toping
on one acre. BRAND NEW
:3 BR.2 DA With
etc. Excel- and haul
ING Call Transportation housing removal dean up
PLYWOOD.$9.00 sheet
per Large built on den could be used as
low maintenance
Garage. Energy Efficient -
lent benefits. Call Nowl! 1-206-736- estimates. 964-7002. 17
964-7077. 12 S BEAUTYSHOP 3rd BR. Central heat and air fully quality built home. $48,000.
11/30/89 1 0775 Ext. 105A for Employment 11/30/89 2
carpeted. $325/Mo. + $300 DepositOn Directory.CRUISE SHIP JOBS: Only $421.24/mo. payment with un- NEED SEWING? ALTERATIONS? Repairs -
SR 16 W. Call 964-2834 eve-
der$1500 down
payment qual-
Summer/Year Round.Photographers, you ?Reasonable rites. 964-2256.
chair. Excellent condition.$350.9645007 -
nings.13 s 11/30/89 ify. By Owner. 1011B W. Pratt St
days. 12 s tour guides casino workers, etc. 17. 11/30/89 4nvtSCAMPERS
2LARGE Excellent plus world travel. Hawaii 964-8073 16 *
11/30/89 1 TRAILER LOT In 782- pay
FOR : Country. 11/30/89 4
JUST IMAGINE YOUR FRESHEST ,Caribbean, Bahamas. Call Nowl! :
3437.13 5 11/30/89 NEW $29.900 TOTALIII! 2 BR. Just built. '
1-206-736-7000 Ext 105A for Employment -
CHRISTMAS tree/wreath direct
ever 1 Must see. Great buy, modem.208 N. '
JO.yqt1[.ot.UPS from mv plantation JBLENXCbts'ot 2 L BR APARTMENT: Kitchen equipped.Downstalrs.$233Mo.$100See.Dep.. '* Directory. 15 Epperson Rd. 9648811. 18 '71''MONITOR 22 Ft. TRAILER: AC.
fi f r iii"t lfl8.-[ BualttdgeTrtpuSfalnsv-f reprW "", < : ,t s 11/30/89 1 11/30/89 Awnlng'Sleeps 5; twin beds; rearruubalh42500.
color brochure 1-80O-443.TREE.B '' Near downtown Starke. 964-4990. ;TRUCK' DRIVERS. You've been reading S L. > 964.7284... c. 19
12. 11/30/89 1 parking this ad for a reason. Find out what its
13. 11/30/89 1
like on the other side to the road.J.B. PERSONA SERVICES
DINING ROOM TABLE AND 6 Captain 2 BR 1 BA HOUSE located In town. EOE. UUSINFS.; ;
964-5033. Hunt, 1-800-643-3331. Subject
Chairs. $90. Call 964-4937. space. Screened In front oorch $275/Mo. DON'T LET YOUR CHILDS GRADESand
12. tU30l8i..J. CASTLE PROPERTIES, drug screen ; ;0 PPORtl1Nl1"Y'"OWN
plus dep. $200/K. Annual Potential Placing self-esteem sink this year. Call'
USA Inc..William D. Tiffin. Licensed 964-8594. TFN 17 s
Credit Card Displays,Commission on YOUR OWN BUSINESS/ !!All top
Real Estate Broker 964-5065. ALTERATIONS: zippers, hems buttonholes
Su-El's Retirement 13. 11/30/89 1 Applicants Override Monthly Pay- Drop off and pick quality. The latest up to date clothing
Community ments. ((713)) 468-6440 9 am-5 pm patches.etc. and shoes available. Stout, misses
1 BR. 1 BA UPSTAIRS APARTMENT: up. 7 days a week.7am-8pm.964-
C.S.T. 15 s and children. Includes fixtures
Retirement Community Retirement Home Located in town $175/Mo. plus deposit 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from Junior ,
11/30/89 1 and
$14,900 to
Also, 3 BR 1 BA home located SouthsMe Elem. Hwy 100-TFN inventory training.
In this imallcommunity
A small,retirement ANYONE CAN APPLY!Guaranteed Visa $29.900 Financing available.Call 404-
we also In Lawtey. Lots of space availableJan. WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME days andnlohts.964.991717
community at Su-El's. MC US Charge. Even with bad credit. 956-0695. The Fashion Image.
have 1. $325/Mo.
SuEl'sRetirement plus deposit.CASTLE s
We have rental No one refused. Call 602-842-I087 JESSIES LOUNGE
or a FOR
ome. HANDYMAN: I Install cell
for self-care U4424 15
ext ( SALE.
room seniors. licensed group home William D. Tiffin Licensed Real Estate 11/30/89 1 ing fans,light fixtures,and appliances.Also Call Pat, Area qualfied 8139603929.MISCELLANEOUS buyer..
It Is a quiet setting \ for seniors who need* Broker 964-5065. 13 replace switches, outlet and .
r with a home-like assistance with s 11/30/89 1 troubleshoot electrical problem for
atmosphere.At SuEl'awe supervision. We givepersonalized you. Call 964-2270 and leave melT -
offer housing, .. hr. care hot- 24. A R PAINTING:Interior or Extef for.Free 1986 HONDA 80:Nice bike. Good Christ-
maid and supervision Estimates. Reasonable Rates. Call
utilities ". meals, laundry service i mas gift $375.00. 964-9368.
laundry services with day, week, long term Ronnie. 964-4377. 17 21. 11/30/89 1
a 24 hr. emergency Certified. 11/23/89 5
pile m: Meals stay.. first old CI'R nursingassL.
a 1 468-26191' trained staff. '''''''''''' --A

This facility is not a nursing home and, therefore. Is not licensed to :
provide 24 hour nursing care. This facility has no religious affiliation. .' N.W. 28th Sty Starke' 964-6133 f 6 Bill's k9i1auto ; !
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1 :Mile South on SR 335. Hampton FL Sue Lott Walker .- -- x z",

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Senior Registered Nurse & Truck Repair

Minimum qualifications.Florida Licensure as a professional
registered nurse and qne year experience. 964-9673.964-7002

Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable, up to Home R.W.. Barrick

S28.0QO annually. (Benefit package worth over$8.000). service All Work Guaranteed owneri

Correctional Medical Technician CERT

Minimum qualifications Florid Licensure as a practical nurse.

11 Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable up.

to $18,000 annually. (Benefit package worth over$5,000). BIG7FURNIThRE
New Medical Facility. Successful candidate will be eligible for all
Sales & Service On All Makes
,Pump Florida career service benefits including State Contributions to

health insurance and retirement 13 paid vacation days 10 paid

Well Drilling holidays and sick leave Deferred compensation plan,CEU's and
Residential & Irrigation training.

Lie #1305 Interested persons should contact ,

964-7061 804 Temple Are.. Starke R.Nate IloUon, Personnel Manager
Eves ft Weekends: 964-7B78 New River CorrectJonallnsUtute
P. O. Box 333 SALE

Ralfbrd FL 32083

AFFORDABLE! We Take Down. of
%" T.HJB.APARTMENTS Large inventory
Clean Up & Trim Preference shall be given to veterans and spouses of veterans r
.. 922 E. Brownlee St.CampBlandlngRd..
I! 'i.rL House-type and MobileHome

Starke, Ft. 32091
-'-, Furniture
964-7133. We Have Insurance

FREE ESTIMATES s Bassctt,Broyhill Florida Furniture &Apollo

2&3 laundry DR. family large playground.oriented.WI.1h Phone 782-1238 S .All furniture on display in our,

'Free electricity: first month. Lawtey. FL models Prices marked at
f Rent 30%of your monthly

Io. Income If you qualify. invoice or below.A
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iua...week;have 3 from $155/mo.
1 Bedrooms the
dependant;,your rent would be r f Christmas present for

about$113 r. ,nth or$3.73 2 Bedrooms from l65/mo. entire family

per day for dayt fcR In month -
move-In after the hV* 3 Bedrooms . .$205/mo.
: Qualified Singles\ Accepted. FOR PAYMENTS IKCLUfrlS fcQit ftilNT ? DO BlEWIDE HOME CENTERHwy.

.' 'Move-In cost can be M low u, AUt ;
$10.00 towlnoomsSec. 1725 Sq., Ft 301 N. Lawtey ..782-3333
Pities lyiobijte Hotii0 .
8 Housing Available

.e. Rents for 30% $25,000' $ R. 121 JL ikO Butler, FJL 49&-J23G Mon.-Sat. 9-5 Financing for qualified buyers

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Keystone Heights Area AdsFURNITURE CHRISTMAS PUPPIES-AKC ANIMALS, Great Dane TANDY TRS 80 FOR COLORComputerll SALE mini TIME PERSONALPARTY : Do you need a place to

disk drive, 2 ?The Beta
puppies. Champion Blood line Fawn, super joysticks and soft hold your iodal gathering
m/f. A deposit will hold III Christmas ware. Excellent Condition. $150 cash Sigma Phi Club House Is taking reservation -
Buddy Former 473-1058. Itpd/12-07 Heavy duty rabbit cage $13..473-7140 now for your specter event
FOUNDBIRD HOMES FOR SALE evenings, ltchg/12-7 Christmas, New Year'.,
BOATS FOR SALE CAS .PERFECTION HEATER-Ajmost' New Birthdays.Bridal and Baby Showers

SOFA/CHAIR.b.droom set, dinette w/4 DOG .PUPPY-Male-whlte. with GENEVA SPRINGS CONDO.2BR/2BA, with ventplp. $175. 6592908. Dinners and Banquets. Dances..youname
chain recliner and more. brown spots. CR214 near Smith lake. kitchen, living dining, utility room, 2tpd/12-7-14 ill $35 per day, you clean up
473-2252,6820 Deer Springs Road 1,73.0321. ltfree12-7 patio, garage, 55000. 475-2052 7 FOR SALE OR TRADE14 It. fiberglass.trl- BEAUTIFUL 3BR,2BATH,1987 CHAM- afterwards. Call now 964-6600 to make your
Itpd II-30-12-7 BEAGLE-found near Lilly lake. Call to a.m. to 11:30 p.m. 2tchg11.3012.7CONDOMINIUM.G.n."a hull boat tilt trailer. No motor, In PION mobile reservations.Linda or
call 964-
EARLY AMERICAN Sofa Matching chair Identify.475-1089 Evenings. Irfreel2-7 Spring good shape. $600 or trade for good home,14x carpeted,gardentub.breakfastbar.utilityroom.wiredfor Brenda 9f)4-56l1-efter k 6pm 11/23/89
2 end tables, coffee table, 2 lamps 2BR/2B, kitchen, living dining, utility horse trailer. 473-3456. Itchg/12-7 6865.13
tables, central: alr.Muslsellmovlngl! No 10FLOOR
$275. Bookcase, upholsteredchair PERSONAL room patio garage eq SAQQIN.DOOH
decorative accessories Good $55,000.475-2052, 7 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. YARD SALES uity-lake over payments. Serious OUT OF
condition. 475-3262 1 tpd/12-7 RAKING a lost desperate attemp- 2tchg11-30/12-7 Inquires onlylCall 964-3939.keep DRAQGIN.HOUSE Service for
LEVEL??LaRue Leveling
SIDEBOARD-Oak veneer S100. Call tbefore bankruptcy student will rake MUST SELL Spring Lake home-Reduced 4 FAMILIES-Saturday December 9, 8-5 8(ng.4 k 11/30/89 473-7721
475-3022 leave 2tpd/12.7.14 and fall 0,000"Sacriflcet--no assumable New Items! 21-B, Little lake Santa Fe. all your foundation repairs.
message. perform general cleon-up.
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Amazingly INEXPENSIVE. Call mortgage. Must compare. 6677 SR 21, 5th house South of the boat ramp '
4734055. 2tpd/l 1-30/12-7 North of Keyitone. 4tpd/12/7-28 i tchg/12-7
CHILD CARE-ln my home. Close to HANDYMAN SPECIAL-4BR/2B, 1457 SATURDAY ONLY-9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Melrose School. 4755134. Ask for Can q.ft. home. Woodburning stove. topes stereo, china, games. Swan [
$60 from PER home.HUNDRED Details-remailing send a letters self- dy. 2tchg/12-7.14 Workihop-on beautiful live oaked lot. Lake Road. Look for signs.MULTIFAMILYDecember County Area Ads] I
Christian Camp Road. E.R.A. Mid- 7 and 8,9 a.m.til. .
addressed stamped envelope to dl.burg Realty Inc. 282.9550 or Tim or Hwy 100 East next to the Assemblyof
Associates, Box 309-T Colonia, New AUTOMOBILESTRIUMPH Rene Nedrow at 2821642. ltchg/12-7 God Church. Items good for gifts,
jersey 07067. Btpd/10-26/12-14( misc. Items ltchg/12-7
CAREER IN REAL ESTATE-We train. Call STAG-1971, Beautiful red 4 FOR RENT 6579 Flretower Rd. i-5, Christmas Items NOTICE FOR SALE
Dean Weaver Watson Realty Corp. passenger convertible sports car -only ltpd/12-7

REALTORS 4734816 or 475.2272. 110 built In competition with Mercedes, MOBILE HOMES-2 or 3 THREE FAMILY-SR 26 Melrose. Furniture, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted Kirby Vacuum Cleaner 9 months old.
6mochg-t-30-5-30! INCOMEforhome perfect body, new Michelin tires. b.droom.$135.$150 per month. SR glassware, dolls, crafts, toys etc to the Union County Times of- with attachments. $500 firm. For more
ATTENTIONEXCELLENT work. Info call Needs TLC. $8500. Owner 473-0526 100, across from Lake Geneva. Call Friday-Saturday December 8-9 In 9 fke In writing and paid In advance Information 496-1320.1tchrg.12>.
assembly 2tchgl 1-30/12-7 473-7566 or 4737810. a.m. ltpd127MOVINGSaturday unloss credit Is already establishedwith Rust-colored love-seel $85 call 964-7061
504-646-1700 Dept. 1976 FORD LTDWagon. Run swell, 4mot.pd/10-26/4/5/90 12/9 7541 Golf St. this office. Days 9.' 964-7578 eves.tfn
P5425.2tpd-l/30-12/7 drives well looks 'swell' (has two GENEVA SPRINGS CONDO-2BR/2BA off Pecan, behind football field. THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 1915 Klmble Plane excellent condition
FULL TIME/PART. TIME-positions.relate Requirements tochlldr.n dents) $695. owner 473-0526 kitchen, living, dining and utility Bunkbeds, BSW TV, tables, ml.c. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN $1500 call Debbie 496-3094.1tpd.2,
are ability to No. 2tchgl 1-30/12-7 rooms, patio garage. 475-2052 7 a.m. 4730033. 1 tpd/12.7 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Fruit Plants' For Sale at Martini Fruit
0.12 years of age. License 1972 CONTINENTAL MARK IV-looks SATURDAY SUNDAY Duo therm oil
to 11:30: p.m.2tchg.II.30/12-7 circulator THE TELEPHONE. Farm Fort White. BAREROOT. apple,
030444. 475-2132 Ztchgl 1,30-12/7 good, drives good 460 engine. $ MOBILE HOME-2BR/1BA, close to heater and 150 gal. tank. Classified deadline Is MONDAY, 5 peaches, nectarines, plums, figs and
I.. Owner 473.0526 Zlchgl 1-30/12-7 town.$250/month. 3881850. Stereo, chairs glass and household P.M., prior to Thursday publication. $3.50 CONTAINER GROWN
LAND FOR SALE 1979 Dot.un.King Cab pick-up. $250 as 2tchg/ll-30-12-7 goods. 8214 Carib rook Rood. IV 10 miles Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50, peart.peaches, nectarines, plums, figs and
2 ADJOINING LOTS.3 acres each .woodsof is. Call Richard at 473-4372. ltpd/12-7 LAKE BROOKLYN-ipacious quiet from Gizmo off 214. Watch for signs then 15 cents for each word thereafter pears. $6.00 Jopenese Persimmons
Clay County. Owner financed. area. 2 BR completely furnished, $12.00 Grapes $3.50 Blueberries $3.00
$95.00 down no closing costs garage deck sandy beach. $375 FOR SALE open M-S 8a.m. til 6 p.m. closed Sun
4732494. Iotchg 11-30/12.2811n mo.475-5207 4tchgll-30/12-21 WORK WANTED day. 4396-2621 let ring. 4tchrg. 12,
MOBILE HOME-2BR/1BA close to town
COPIER-stondard and 12,4, 12,1, 128.
SHARP 756 legal
$250. mo. 388-1850 hgl1-30/t2-7: Ladles Bicycle small, pink, like
THOMAS HOUSE MOVERS INC. CONDO.IBR, attic ceiling fans, skylight, size paper $900.Betsy Jo Minor Babysitting My Home Hot Meals, Loving new-$60.00 Barbara Powell.
bet. Keystone and Melrose. 475-2427. 473-4903 4tchgl 1-30/12-21 Care, for all ages. For more Information 496-3377.ltpd.12f
2tch-l 1-30/12-7 SATELLITE SYSTEM-like new 6 monthsold call 496-3262 ask for Jana Or Fat lighter all you can burn, call Jerry at
752-2318 COWPEN IAKE-2BR mobile home for with scrambler. Nothing down. Michelle.3tchrg.l2>, 12,4, 12.'. 496-2169.1tpd. 12.
rent, furn., CH/A Large kitchen dock, $49/mo. 1-272-1018.4tchg/12-7-28 EXPERIENCED. SEAMSTRESS Will do mending -
Leveling cable hookup,4752427.COUNTRY SATELLITE SYSTEM-Repossessed due to In my home. Call Debbie at HELP WANTED
LIVING-lovely 3BR/2BA divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing 4963094. Itpd. 127LOST
Relocation house. Heat and A/C, carpeted, stove down. $39/mo. 12721031.
and refrigerator. Need references. No 4tchg/12-7-28 OPENING FOR CARRIER IN LAKE BUTLER
Raising Jfr; ; Inside pets. Located between Camp KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER-AM attachments AND FOUND AREA Must have dependable transportation
Blanding and Interlaken off CR315C. used little. Make a good home phone and be able to post
Foundation Repairs Call Jag 783-2691 4tchgl2-7-14-21-28tfn 2tpd-12/7.14 Bull Dog) believed to be sold In the branch of Florida Times Union at 1605N.
Buy and Sell Houses TWO BEDROOM-furnished house. 21 SImmokalee DOUBLE-WIDE TRAILER-with lOacres. 2 Lake Butler Area. Lower left fang Is Temple St., 964-5165, between 9
Rood. $300 month. Boats and 2 Motors. Pony-saddle and missing. Clifford and Lee to 3 Itchg. 12/7
Bonded & Licensed Danny (Buddy) Clark 473-0373. 2tpd/12-7-14 per tack included. 473.0618.ltbpd12.7GRAND Sanderson, Fl. 275-2643 Dugger.or a.m. pm.

LAKE GENEVA-1BR. H/A. carpet CONSOLE PIANO-Excellent con 275-2205.3tpd. 12/14 MOBILE HOMES
$325/mo. 473-4961 dition. $400. 473-9741. Call otter 7 p.m.

Aheatpump Trafie 2 tchg-12-7-14-21-28 BR, "'/ BA-Furnlshed Mobilehomewith WOODSTOVE-Alrtlght ltpd/12-7 w/fan. Never us CARS AND TRUCKS FOR SALE

r washer and dryer on 24 acres ed. $150. Triple-Insulated stainless 199014'x 50'-2 BR, 1 Bath, $6995.00 Call
l steel pipe for stove $100 (and fittings)
$275 per month. 4730033. Itchg/12-7 1979 MERCURY MONARCH Power steerIng 755-5114, Circle B Homes Lake City FL
wilL l 3 BR/ BA Large Home-Family room 4733563. ltchg/12-7 brakes
wiIllYfl. WAVECREST QUEEN-waterbed with power A/C. AM/FM REPO DOUBLEWIDE $1000.00 down. Bad
anyone fenced yard. Large oaks-ln town. liner. Frame and heater 4732988. cassette stereo automatic. Good con credit or no credit. You can buy. Call
$395/mo. 1st and last mo. 8 Deposit dition. Call 496-2261, days 496-3206 755-5114. Circle B Homes Lake City, FL
Call 8675373. 4tchg127142128. ltpd/12-7 evenings tfn USED MOBILEHOMES Slnglewldes starling -
Comfortable linn or $""" nn "" .
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NORTH CENTRAL stock. Call 7555114. Circle B. Homes,

with, ,.If;:!! I CELLULAR | CHRISTMAS Audio Vox $498 SPECIALS lake City, FL.11/16 FOR RENT tfn chg. 12/7

Bu.theTraneXLI200h'alpum. :=--- STARKE Phone s1' 00 Airtime OFFICE SPACE 150 W. Main Street

r1 It's bound to provide long Lasting/!feeling of< 964-4238 Installed<< with Antenna $100.00 month. Call 4962261.
comfort Bvanwo the XL 1200\\fathertron
I hoalplU11p"b.1Ckl-dh> ;an .
.. bedroom $155. Two bedroom, $180.
t ; -I both the .
| a 10)jearhniil Warrant: } on .CholceoUnstal/ .
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.;.:.:.--- compresMjr and cm] plus 2 years on parts And _bmdtoom. $$200.-Ehone.3j15; ,
the uiut's super high eftfdenrytolpft reduce your transportable model phone- evenings. Come by office at $|J's
energy usage all year long Call Mobile Home Park. ttpd. 12/7 y
Choice T
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1200 heat pump Finane-" Phone or Radar Detector __ C I I
,mg IB available. with A/C. One-2 bedroom 2 bath
COWARTAir Activation One-2 bedroom, 1 bath. Both for$200
thru NCC Financing month One-plus$125 security deposit,
Contractors Available one-plus $100 security deposit. Call
Conditioning P Audio Motorola Vox Pmts. from 496-3452, nights and weekends. Itpd.

Bradford CAC027628 County and V // AUTHORIZED RadiantPanasonic $25 per mo. MOBILE 12/7 HOME IN RESIDENTIAL AREA
.Serum ra counties for over IS I 9648025v. I AGENT We buy and sell Two bedroom, unfurnished A/C $180a
..,.... Scott Lazenby Pagers car phonesl! month plus $100 security deposit.Call .
496-3452 nights and weekends.
12/7 2tpd. 12/14


TIME: Do you need a place to
hold your social gathering?The Beta
Sigma Phi Club House Is taking reservations -

$99 DOWN > > $35 PER WEEK Christmas now, for your New special Year's event,

Birthdays.Bridal and Baby Showers,

77 Ford '77 Plym. '76 Pontiac '81 Dodge JANE S. USHEI Dinners hi!and$35 Banquets per day, you Dances..youname clean up

afterwards. Call now to make your
GranadaV8,4Dr.ATAC Volare S/W Gran PrixV8ATPSPBAC Van '" Your Union County Realtor reservations.Linda 964-6600 or
Brenda 9f)4-56ll-after 6pm call 964-

6 Cyl., AT, PS, PB VB, AT, PS, PB Lake Butler ....- Lake City 6865.13 U 11/23/69

496-2126 or 755.3500 Servicepersons
$595 $595 $695 $895

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,ryf4..',..!;.:,. $199 DOWN :Y'/.:r. '''<,,,", s,':'<.j'h>h'<$.4" .O'PE'R'"WEEK', ',.. 'i"' INVESTMENT PROPERTY IN UNION COUNTY Award Decorated with Third

2/1 FRAME HOMI In town, with
financing already arranged for qualified
'81 Ford '80 Mustang 79 Monte '78 Toyota buyer. Spec. Kenneth A. Conners has
been decorated with the third awardof

TBirdV8ATPSPBAC Carlo Celica 3/1 FRAME HOMI on 1 acre at Johnstown between Lake Butler and the Army Achievement Medal in.
6 Cyl.,AT, PS, PB,AC Raiford on SR 121. West Germany.
V 8,AT PS, PB, AC The Achievement Medal Is awarded -
4Cyl.,5Sp 2/1 FRAME HOMI on corner property across from Middle School In take to soldiers for meritorious ser-
$2295 Butler. Can be reildentlal-multl family-commercial on this 1/2 city block. vice, acts of courage, or other ac-
$1995 $1995 $1695 complishments.Conners .
N3050 '3 IR 1 1/2 BA HOMI AND SHO.N. RACK' Ideal I for business at home or is an equipment records
.. 1034 3046 hobby shop. Already financed that can be assumed by qualified buyer. and parts specialist with the 9th
"OZr.ii./1" .. ,. .;' .'" ,"" Field Artillery. He Is the son of
Ft..a' $2' 99 DOWN 'h# KP.,:(?, n "iv.i4 f; f{.$4O.; P"ERWEEK, ; w::: '.':' ,1:';: '7 ACRES IN WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. Partially wooded. Owner financingwith Daisy Yom of Indianapolis, IN. His
10 percent down. Has 1000 ft. road frontage. Could be divided. Near '| wife Joyce, is the daughter of Edward -
'80 Chevy Santa Fe River. Wainwright of Lake/( Butler.
81 Chevy t81 Toyota CeIica t83 Ford LTD II Spec.Conners is a 1981 graduate of

Citation Monte Carlo HOUSE IN COUNTRY John Marshall High School, Indianapolls -
; 4 Cyl..4 Sp. V-6,ATi PSPBAC LOOKS BRAND NEW With new look. IN.Elizabeth .
4 Cyl., AT, PS, PB, AC. V-8,AT, PS, PO,AC 3/1 BLOCK HOMI ON 1 ACRE In country setting, lots of tr.... Some
financing available to qualified buyer. Wing Named
$$2495 $1995 $2995N3021 $2295 FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THESE AND OTHER LISTINGSOR Airman of the QuarterAir

Dodge P/U 'SI Honda t83 Mazda PIU t84 Chevy _CALL....496-2126 Day or 755-3300 Nights: Elizabeth Force A. Airman Wing, daughter 1st Class of

Aguillia Bush of Lawtey and Ronald
Diso Accord B2000 Celebrity -- Wing of Clifton Park, NY, has been
named airman of the quarter.
6 Cyl., LWB 4 Cyl., 4 Sp, 4 Dr. 4 Sp.,AC 4 Cyl.,AT PS,PD, AC Wing is an information manage-
USED TIRES ment specialist with the 1978th Com
$2295 $1695 $1695 $2495 munications Group in Panama. The
#3039 N303R .. n.. #3014fi selection was based on the In-

:fi"jijNwi; ;;; $499 DOWN4- 4;;.%'i'YW S1.40i: PER.\.WEEK::r> "'.; ',';-s I: '$1 000 ( { qualities dividual's, Job,exemplary knowledge significant duty, leadeship performance self-

t84 Pontiac Gran 82 Dodge Mirada '85 Dodge Charger '85 Chevy & Up ,. improvement( and other accomplishments.

Prix Cavalier S/W She is a 1988 graduate of Orange.
6CyLATI'SPB.AC tCyLATPSPB Park High School, .Fl.
: 3495 $3495 $2995 2995 NO RECAPS & NO REGROOVES -- -

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" '84 Olds Delta '83 LTD II t85 Pontiac Gran '84 Buick ejG OAK TIRE, II, INC.

, 4 Dr., V-6, X-Ira Prix Century 964-9388
;,, 'ria.Tone, Vs,Loaded
, Nice FIk.New-1 Owtt.r 'r'Jrype. Sporty U.S. 301 N. 1601 N. TEMPLE AVE.

: $3495 $3495 $4495 (Next to Kentucky Fried Chicken) According to Justice Department

f I $3995 OO2 .... >R statistic,crime rates In the
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