Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
December 14, 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.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Worth Only 3 service stationsare

f' left in Starke.

Noting Replacing gas tanks is

costly especially for

Fruit Cakes... its small stations which are

'I lie Starke Church of God Ladies 1 N \ being driven out of

Ministries will be taking orders for business Tank
fi nit cakes and various baked (t wagon
goods. Deliveries made within deliveries of gas have

reason. Call 'J64-4487 or 9648583. even replaced bulk

Just Remember... 111s 1 1"r t ; Yk dealers.Fading.

\\e me decorating the S
'Hospice) ('hristmas'Free at Florida
National Bank. Red bows may be
purchased for $5 and angels for $15.
These items are placed on the
11 <'<' in memory or in honor of someone [ '

,: From

FooJ Drive... '

The Community Volunteer .
< 'igiiin/.ation is sponsoring a food
ill ivc for the needy Dec. 1429. It is 'ii > :

asking lor community support in + M 4 Scene
this drive Bring your donation of { _
canned goods and nonpershibleitems ,1 ,
to one of the four drop-off by Butter Rahn
stations: aCT Staff Writer
Mrs Elizabeth Walker, Lawtey Service stations as operated in

KoadMis past years are disappearing from
: Mary McCJoud Lawtey .:r. '," the American scene aided by a com
I, .dl'' Ij'J bination of factors major oil com-
Mrs 'mine Butler Starke. ... .
> .'. pany policies and environmental
'Mr liip's Shop, Pine St. ,"\1/i-: -. .' agencies.
; While the two aren't conspiring to
Friday Friends... ;," .'" force the independent operator out
I of business, major oil companieshave
The Friday Friends will meet at the financial resources to meet
ion, Friday, Dec 15, at the Santa's Sleigh... environmental regulations and
.Methodist) Fellowship Hall. gnerally speaking, independent
Please bring a covered dish. A Santa Claus rod. on a horse operators do not. The end result is
< horal group from Bradford High drawn sleigh Saturday, but It had the same with small operators clos-
school will present a musical program wheels. Santa topped In the SFCC ing up.
niiiler the direction of Don parking lot and talked to Starke once boasted 32 Independently -
Hardy. young II.r.. Th.r. was a .Ing-a-long owned and operated
with Alice Hudson land Lavon service stations, now has three: Carl
KLPOA Xmas Party... Drives, and a play by Dr. AprilO'Connell's Hurst's Exxon station on US-301N,

Tin KuiK&lcy, Lake Property Shoestring Playort.The near the Courthouse; Johnny
I )wnet-. Association will hold its annual above photo It of the end of Torode's Amoco Station on the cor-
( hristiiins Party, Satruday, the blggeit Christmas parade In the ner of S. Walnut and US-301 and Bill
J Dec IS, lit I he Civic Center. Social past f.w yean Th. n.w mll.-tong, Heavner's Town and Country Exxon
Hour wllIlJI'Ain at 6:30: p.m., followed off-301 rout. hat received no across US-301 from Edward s Road. I
by a i tit red dish supper at 7 criticism says Parade Chairman In the early 1970's, when Gulf Oil
p.m. Steve Futch. Dealer Freeman Register III returned -
Santa, will distribute gifts andprovilt from Vietnam there were six
Th. Lucky Clover 4-H Club float
gasoline distributors-! Starke,
randy'' for the children.
at right, won the top float prlie. It
representing Phillips 68, BP
McmlMare asked to bring a gift .
feature a snow man in a .Ielgh.Th.
\ alaiiiit d l at $5; or less, marked featured 13 floats and (formerly Sinclair), Standard Oil
Gulf and
male/fi-malc adult/child. Shell Texaco. Althoughsome
three bands- BUS, BUS, and Lawtay of the above-ground tanks and
Community School.Crowd. other facilities still exist,
Christmas Music... b" _. distributors are no longer furnishinggas
The! t 'hittict'l! choir of the and oil to local service stations.
.'Iell olltbt ('hlll'l'h"ill present a Major oil companies bypass local
program of Christmas music, Sunday Enioys Christmas Festivities distributors and deliver directly to

evening, Dec. 17, at 7:30: p.m. the service stations.
With Don Hardy directing, the effi U, Convenience stores with exten-
will feature solos by Bill The 1989 Christmas parade came ntf like a charm- and it was not on sleigh enclosed by split rail fencing. Second place went to Little People'sDay sive financial resources, increased
program Care Center third place to the Starke Center of Santa Fe Community -
US-301. ;
McHae' Cana Schmidt, Carol competition in the local market by
Milner and Esther Hardy. Plus, Parade chairman Steve Fulth, a good Methodist, probably had College. the addition of gas pumps and self-
The congregation, will participate word from upstairs that the all.night rain would stop which it did, just as The downtown intersections of Call and Walnut and Call and Thompson service, forcing independent
streets were packed with on-lookers.Some spectators were even on South
the started.
in the singing of Christmas Hymns. operators to meet narrow profit
Everyone is invited. Some 1,000 people lined the parade route which started out on Jefferson Walnut, Madison, and Thompson Streets.No margins in fighting for part of the
Street turned right onto Call Street left onto Thompson, right onto South entry fees were charged parade entries. Some donations were given consumer's dollar.
Santa to Visit... Street, right onto Walnut lull onto Madison, right onto Court right onto for the special event insurance, required for the parade and supplied by Enter environmental agencies at
Call St. and left onto Walnut again, to disband at the Florida National George Roberts Insurance Co. The City of Starke paid the remaining $314 all governmental levelsfederal
Special to the Telegraph: Santais Bank parking lot. For the first time in years the parade did not block traf- cost which was much less than the original quote of $850. state and Increas-,
I scheduled to visit all good little fic on US-301. The route was expanded to about one mile in length in order City commissioners acted as grand marshal of the parade, since J.E. countywith Several ever
ing regulations.
hays and gills: at the home of that it would not cross itself. Tomlinson, the 1988 citizen of the year of the Chamber of Commerce, the agencies started out years by ago
Louise Ward, Friday, Dec. 22, 5-8 could not attend and Laurie Mullins, last year's humanitarian of the year questing gasoline dealers to volun-re-

p.m. No complaints have been heard about the new route, says Chairman marched with her Girl Scout troop. tarily list all gas tanks, in-ground or
Members of the Parade Committee of the Chamber of Commerce are:
Futch, "...and we'll probably keep it that way. above ground. From time to time
Class of 1949... 46 groups sponsored 65 entries, including 13 floats, the most ever, and Steve Futch, chairman; Nelson Green, Darlene Godwin,Chamber Dr. April O'Con-ladies the regulations have been tightened
Ida Sue Police Chief Epps and the ,
Schmitt Jimmy
up from five floats in 1988. nell to the point that all tanks not
The! HI liS class of 1949 will hold First place In the float compel!)ion went to the Lucky Clover 4-H Club, a Angia Griffis and Kim Lee. meeting regulations, must now be
.its 4iilh class reunion Friday night
replaced or a costly project
Dec 29, at the Officer's Club, at either dates have I
camp }Hlanding Major Gas Stations in Starke Change Brands and Locos been set for way.the work to be done, I

For information, please call ...... depending on the length of time the :
964-5478 or 964 7941. Buster Rahn to Priest Oil Co., which was foundedin the business was turned over to Freeman Register III to carry on. tank has Been in the ground. '
by BCT Staff Writer the early 1920's. Freeman Register, Jr., who has Although the gasoline business has Three gasoline dealers, John I j

Pet Owners... Two of Starke's high \olume gas Freeman Register I purchased the since retired to his home on Hamp- (See Brand..P.3A) (See Fading..p.3A) I
With the outbreak of rabies in the stations, Jr. Food Mart and Tenneco Gulf distributorship in 1938. In time, ton Lake leaving the business for

area check the vaccination are in process of changing I Ii ,
schedule of your pet, and have its brands of gasoline and station logos
rabies shots brought up to date. in keeping with the new line of pro- I III
tables in humans is fatal if not ducts.Jr. ,
treated, and treatment is costly Food Mart, formerly a Gulf OP'
I iwt.tiszr
and painful. retailer, is moving to Texaco pro-
ducts. Tenneco is going to Citgo. II

Food Pantry... Both retailers are changing brandsfor
similar reasons, the parent com-
The Bradford Ecumenical Food panies are going out of business.
Pantry is in need of canned
vegetables especially green beans Freeman Register III said Gulf Oil
{peas and corn. These items are no Corp. was purchased by Sohio (Stan-
l longer available to them throughthe dard Oil of Ohio) several years ago \
food bank of Jacksonville. and later sold to BP (British

You may drop your can goods at Petroleum), The Gulf "Orange
the following churches this Sunday: Disc" is being retired and the Gulf "
First Christian Church First brand will fade from the Americanscene. ,
Presbyterian Church, First United .
Methodist Church, Madison Street If you have a Gulf oil can, or other I
Baptist Church: St. Edwards logo, put it up for posterity, it may
Catholic Church, St. Mark's be worth something someday. .
Tenneco is going out of the retail
Episcopal Church First Baptist -
Church and Kingsley Lake Baptist business, and has sold its Tenneco s '" ....
..... I
retail outlets to Magic Mart a chainof
.. -
Church. convenience stores with head- ". ........... ,-.- '-
They appreciate your support in ....... .
helping to reach the needs of the quarters in Casselberry Fla. one of
community. several towns adjacent to Orlando "

Jr. food; Mart...

Local' people,who have associatedthe Gulf Is Gone... hKr
Register name with Gulf Oil pro-
Upcoming... ducts for three generations took a Th. orange Gulf disc (above) ,Is
from the American 4
fading scene.
double take Monday afternoon when
Public meetings scheduled in the
coming weeks are: they saw Texaco signs going up on Freeman". Jr. Food Star
The Bradford County School the new Jr. Food Mart on US-301, !I. sporting n.w Texaco signs.' The
between Call and Madison Streets. It old Gulf will b.
Board will! meet Monday Dec. 18 at sign soon gone.
in the District School Office is owned by Freeman Register III. .
7 p.m., The Maili.oct.| a* right
Building on N. Temple Ave. Register said it was not an easy replaced Tenneco, which Is no '2L
The Starke City Council will meet decision to change from the Gulf Oil longer In the retail gasoline -'I }j ,-, If
Tuesday Dec. 19, In City Hall, at line of petroleum products, but with buslneis. Malk| Marts will sell Cltgo .- I
7:30: p.m. the demise of Gulf Oil he had no gas and ell. 11 .
The Bradford County Zoning choice in seeking replacement line ,
Board will meet Tuesday Dec. 26, of merchandise. He chose the Tex- ii- :
in Starke City Hall at 7 p.m. aco line for the retail outlet but will _: f
The Starke Zoning Board will handle the BP line at Register Oil I'I'
meet Thursday Dec. 28, in City Co. facility on S. Thompson St. I
Hall at 7 p.m. Register Oil Co., Gulf distributorIn I
this area for 50 years, is successor


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Page ZA TELEGRAPII December 14. ll1RD

1i Improperly Issued Building Permit I

FI Turns Into County's $14,000 Mistake

'"' in applying for the
It's costing Bradford work order issued. perty used
k M, County was is not the same as
.r r w. $14 000 to correct a mistake in abuilding Wieser sought a variance, which building permits description of the site on
permit issued by the Zoning was denied, then attempted to annex the legal buildings are being built.
Department. more property he owns across the for which permits
Contractor Craig Wieser built one road so the lot would have the re- The property states that
home and started another on a Santa quired square footage,but neighbors were granted contain over 20,000 square
Fe Lake lot when the county issued a bucked at the closing of their access the lots

stop work order because the 30,000 road. feet the reason the
square foot lot was too small for two After several appearances before Wieser says the Zoning
made was
homes. Weiser sued, asking $13,000, the county commission to work out a mistake was the wrong parcel
to recover costs of starting the second solution, a suit was filed by Craig Office assigned
building permit.
home for which the foundationwas and Deborah Weiser in Circuit Courtof number to the counter suit
filed a
poured and plumbing roughed- the Eighth Judicial Circuit The county intended to deceive
BradfordZoning claiming Wieser
against Darrell O'Neal,
(fr in.The county answered with an offer Director and Bradford County the county by presenting a
of $8,000 through relief "in fraudulent property descriptionwhen
attorney John seeking Injunctive ex- the permits, and
Kopelousos. Last Monday night, cess of $5,000" because O'Neal requesting violation of the
Dec. 4, Kopelousos told commis- issued a stop work.order and is asks that he cease and remove the
sioners Wieser had offered to accepta preventing construction of a house zoning regulations
compromise settlement of $10,000 which had previously been permitted slab.
and recommended the county ac- and "in reliance thereon plaintiff
cept. His attorney fees would soon materially and substantially altered Wieser claims since the county
amount to that their zoning office provided incorrect Information
Kopelousos told position by expending significant
used in the building
I permit
commissioners. Kopelousos' fees on sums of money.
the suit to date are approximately Zoning regulations require a application, he should be com-
SS Christmas Program... $4,400, says County Clerk Ray Nor- minimum of 20,000 square feet per pensated for the cost of building the

Fourth Grade students at Southslde Elementary are Gassett; rear: John McMillan and Brittany Ford, man.Wieser house; the property In question con- foundation and slab, and the costs of
presenting a Christmas program for fellow students. display the Christmas spirit, flanked by Santa Claus, was granted two building tains just over 30,000 square feet removal of same. He also unfinishedslab says the"unsightliness"
Four students l-r): front: Patty Foster and Kristin Bill Brown, SSE psychologist, and Jenny Eckenrode, permits in 1988 for houses on his property total, not enough to allow a second of the from
music teacher. on the north side of Little San- dwelling. has prevented him sellingthe
ta Fe Lake, but when the county zon- Zoning officials claim that Wieser completed house adjacent,
ing office was notified by a citizen misrepresented the property to which is also a cost to him.
that Wieser's lot was not large them when applying for the two Commissioners, at this point,
Alachua Bd. Approves Boat Ramp Plan, enough for two homes, a stop work building permits and Wieser is must decide whether to accept the
I order was issued for the second per- claiming that the zoning office $10,000 compromise offer or con
mistakenly substituted a second property tinue with the suit which could cost
Santa Fe To Permit ProcessLake mit.The
Group Fight foundation, slab and rough for the actual site in grantingthe much more than $10,000 if it went on
plumbing for the second house had permits.The for an extended time, and is decidedin
already been finished when the legal description of the favor of Wieser. .
stop pro-
residents opposing a proposed developers.Developers'did. Fe Pass homeowners !simply' do not
concrete boat ramp for Santa Fe not remove the last need the boat access, because both
Pass say they will fight developersevery 5 percent of the fill because they public and private facilities are Baptists Fill New Dining Room for Dedication I Iby
step of the way. would have had to put it back when available nearby.
The Alachua County Commissionthis received for the Norm LaCoe for the __ .An. Donttct.. Associations In
they proper permits an attorney for whom Andrews Center, Santa Fe There are J *j 4/i.iov in
week approved for Santa Fe ramp. developers and a Santa Fe Pass lot Buster Rohn is named. Also the state.
Pass Inc. the final development plan Staff members from AlachuaCounty's owner, said the decision to constructone ICT Staff WriterCelebrating recognize College the, Rev. Darrell Rev. Murray said the Starke Baptist
for the tip of the south pass between Department of Environmental private boat ramp to serve the the completion of a director was of missions for the Church with 1,400 members is
Big and Little Santa Fe Lakes, Resources advised SFP residents was made to protectthe new $1 million Fellowship Hall and Murray, Association and the largest in the association, and is
New River ,
which includes an 80-foot long con- commissioners the proposed ramp lakes from the practice of each Education Facility, members and Baptist editor of the a leader among the association
Dr. Jack Brynner,
crete ramp. location is the best at Santa Fe Pass home site having its own sand rampor guests of the First Baptist Church of Witness. membership, offering its facilitiesas
But developers still need permits because it follows an old Clay Electric dock. Starte) observed the occasion with a Florida Andrews Baptist congratulated the churchon needed.Dr. .
from the state departments of En- power line easesment and requires He said if the ramp is denied, covered dish dinner and dedication its building and said it is a Brynner congratulated the
vironmental Resources and Natural the least amount of clearingto future pass homeowners likely ceremony Sunday, Dec. 10. new for the college, membership on its beautiful plant.As .
Resources, in addition to an Alachua develop.A would seek a permit for a dock with The dining room, which seats 400 good located neighbor the street. It has been editor of the Baptist Witness, the
County building permit. And en- state Game and Fresh Water numerous slips, which likely would diners, was filled to capacity, with across that the college denomination weekly newsletter,
vironmentalists and homeowners Fish Commission fisheries administrator have greater environmental impact movable walls pushed back to ae- utilize suggested some of the third floor may for Dr. Brynner coordinates the news
opposing the ramp say they will retracting past comments than a ramp. comodate the large crowd.Two rows classroom during the week, from the local church into the
fight each phase of the permitting that the facility would destroy LaCoe and the developers chargethe of tables, each 20 feet long, or more, when it is not space otherwise in use by the publication and mails it back to
process.And shad-spawning and bassforagingareas Santa Fe Lake homeowners, in- were loaded with good food, with church. Starke, thus the local congregationis
if that doesn't work they say in the pass, advised county officials cluding and especially Harold Hill, another table set up for desserts. It Rev. introduced Rev. Mur- kept abreast of church-wide and
they will take legal action. in writing the the ramp will are attacking the developers in an was an outstanding meal, by left "his Bryan since he headsup local happenings.Rev. .
as pastor,
Opponents charge the Alachua have "inconsequential effects on the effort to keep the lake to themselves. standards, with enough food ray the New River Association Bryant closed with a dedica-
County Commission has condoned ,overall habitat." They say the lake dwellers have over to feed another 100 people. with 22 Baptist Baptist Churches in its tion prayer, after which membersand

past illegal activity by approving the Environmentalists argued the been hypocritcal !ih their oppositionto After dinner number, the Rev.of Ben Bryant in the membership, drawn from parts of guests were given an opportunity
boat recognized a guests
ramp. Santa Fe Pass development. to tour the 3-story structure.
ramp would harm fish hatcheriesand Union Bradford and Clay Counties.
Santa Fe Pass has been the sub- other aquatic habitat, not only "Harold Hill lives on more dining room,including!.Guy Andrews ,
ject of a environmental battle since via the structure itself but from the destroyed shoreline than is owned by
1978, wli ii. di oprs filled a sen- oil pollution created by the motor Santa Fe Pass," LaCoe said this
si vev of the 110-acre boats that will use the week. "Santa Fe Pass does not con-
pass w permits. After Homeowners also ramp.argued the tribute to the pollution on the lakes Great Gifts Great Values

years 01 .esist orders, ad- ramp location is unsafe. The pass is the pollution is a result of septic ,
ministrative hfn rings, circuit court a favorite spot for fishing, sailing tanks, non-biodegradable pesticidesand )'1
battles, appeals processes,meetingsand and other water sports, and opponents lawn cuttings, all of which suf-
protests, the developers this believe the boat ramp would focate or poison the fish.

:. year were ordered to remove the 11- bring to the small area approximately "People now living on the lake on .. ..
-" Pr'D'IIIII v i IHI |" IrirrlsAdL.l
revegetate the damageowetlands. SOD fetV'across --t a destroyed shoreline are the sourcesof ;
: dangerous -amount of,motor boat that pollution not Santa Fe.. '
Harold Hill, president of the Santa traffic.-BiU-ShepJierd-wh lives on- Pass. .
Fe Lake Dwellers Association, the Bradford County side of the pass, Larry "Cheshire, a' primary
which was organized in 1978 to fight said he believes the property owners developer in Santa Fe Pass Inc., has YOUR HOMETOWN FORD DEALER FOR 31 YEARS
the developers, said he believes fill have certain rights to develop their offered to establish a trust fund to
covering the road leading to the boat land, but that their rights do not extend protect the Santa Fe Lakes environ-
:, ramp was part of the original fill beyond the citizens' rights to ment. He said the fund would be us-
violation and should be removed. safety."I ed to investigate and prosecute en-
"This (commission action) sets an am concerned with the ecology vironmental violations on the lakes. .
unnecessary pi ecedent," Hill said. issue, but I am more concerned with Hill pointed out that the existing -
"If you violate an ordinance in my kids and the safety of the violations on the lakes were there l
Alachua County, if you hold on long people," Shepherd told Alachua long before permits were requiredand 7
enough, they will let you get by withit County Commissioners. "I appeal to were grandfathered in" to, = \ ?I""
even at the expense of the taxpayers' I if consider legality.Hill :
you, you doing anything, -"- J'I
money. don't let them stick it out there in the said after Tuesday's commis- .
But county commissioners all middle of the pass, where it's sion vote that he will call a meetingof
but Penny Wheat, who voted against already unsafe." the Santa Fe Lake Dwellers
approving the development plan Opponents also charge the size of Association and plan the next step in
say they believe the developers have the proposed boat ramp indicates it the attempt to beat the boat ramp. Ford Bedllners 250
worked hard in their efforts to could become a commercial ven "We will regroup to do what has to
revegetate the damaged wetlands. ture. They charge it could become be done to prohibit the boat ramp Diamond Plate Tool Boxes .. *2173O8
Commissioner George Dekle said another Buddy's Landing or Ship- from being placed at Santa Fe
the issue had been "beaten to man's two area private boat Pass," Hill said. "We absolutely will Diamond Plate Dog Box $
death," and that opponents of the ramps.And be there fighting every step of the

plan have been unfair to the they claim also that the Santa way."" Diamond Plate Side Rail Covers 6O


Cabinet Considers Giving Market to Brooker I Diamond Plate Tailgate Protector 55

Chrome Vent Shades 14
By Bush Rahn he was in the middle of a two year "turn- ut" clothing for firelighters
BCT Staff Writer term, rather that completing his including coats, trousers t boots andother G.T.S. 58
Brooker Council continued its term. materials, costing $1,516. Fire Bugshield
tradition of holding non- The mistake was found when Chief Tony Stalnaker reported that In Extnl
controversial monthly meetings, Clerk Charlene Thomas met with the County Fire Council will under- itr .s7 aa1-i t.l .f sal sal era sal - afa aa1 of era sal sal era sal sal
Tuesday, Dec. 12, in which it Elections Supervisor Neva Flynn, write 50 percent of the cost, with the TUNE UP COUPON ;
discussed a variety of city concerns while researching other election in city paying the remainder from M a t arcra It --
for two hours and had only one split formation. budgeted funds. 4 Cyl. $23.95 6 Cyl. $28.95 1 1 :
vote. Attorney Hobbs reported discus- The council discussed some ongoing
The split vote, 3-2, came on a motion sions are continuing with the problems with Bronson Cabled f J 8 Cyl. $34.95 QUALITY PARTS FOR QUALITY CARS"1 I

to reinforce water stand pipes Department of TransportationDOT TV, saying a number of homes are U Includes parts & labor to Install plugs Inspect choke, throttle linkage, plug wires I
with posts. Councilman George ( ) concerning payment for not yet connected, and reception on & dist adjust Idle & timing. Aerostars & Econolines
Pierce and Chairman Gene Melvin water pipe repairs as result of Channel 12 is unacceptable. There i cap. higher. .
thought cement would have been a damage to a water line by DOT has been some problems with Bron- - - - - - - - -
better choice. workers. son Cable workers entering private .aBRAKE - - - - - - -

Brooker rarely has kibitizers at- When the line was broken, property without permission, while | INSPECTION i COOLING SYSTEM CHECK .
tend its meetings. Residents with Brooker paid an outside plumbing putting wire on Clay Electric poles. .
problems come to the meetings, firm some $1,900 to make repairs, ChriS Anderson,representing Clay .i rotate tires il0.95.; '==- er' : a:ncLant$17.95lik .
report their concerns and accept the and billed DOT. DOT said Brookerdid Electric, making a gOod-wUl visit to
council's. decision. not have a permit to run the the council meeting, said Clay Electric tsa t. m ss ttit - - - ssf

City Attorney Johnny Hobbs water line on road right-of-way, but leased space on power poles to HOLIDAY FORD RENT-A-CAR SPECIAL
reported the Florida Cabinet will after searching old records for Bronson Cable, but the lease does

consider deeding the Farmer's several hours Clerk Thomas found not include going onto private property -7 Pass. Aerostar Wagon $39.95
Market to the city in its Jan. 23 the original permit legally issued. without the owner's permission. per day
meeting. Hobbs expects the cabinetto Hobbs says he expects to reach a Bronco n $34.95 per day-
approve the transfer of the compromise with DOT on paymentof Bronson Cable surprised council Ranger $29.95 per day
market, since there is no known ob- the bill.Clerk members by tacking a 5 percent + Festiva $24.95 day
jection to the proposal that has been franchise fee on its customer billing. ---- per
under consideration for several Thomas reported that Mike A review of the franchise agreementwill ', : : Probe $29.95 per day ........-

months. Bearden, business manager for the be made by the council. ,
Attorney Hobbs reported he has Reception Center in Lake Butler, The council agreed to have Doc Call Kay 964-720O:
amended the proposed attendance has agreed to pay for the installationof Drawdy maintenance worker, to
ordinance to include the mayor, as a water meter in the Farmer's paint 12 water hydrants and 8 stand USED CAR SPECIALS
well as councilmen. The ordinance Market, where the Department of pipes in town, while grass cutting
provides that the mayor and council Corrections (DOC) has materialsand has slowed. Chairman Melvin said
will not be paid for the'second and supplies stored for the construction some hydrants are only 30 Inches 1985 F250 3/4 TONATAMFMCass. 1976 E-150 FordCustomized 1989 Ford Tempo GL

subsequent meetings if they miss of a new prison in Union County. from the pavement on some streets, Van 9,000ML-
two or more consecutive council Bearden also agreed to allow and need to be painted bright safe-
meetings. Council Chairman Gene Brooker to garage QR10 In the ty yellow for easy recognition. $6795 $2295 $7995 /
Melvin is currently serving as acting market. QR10 is a quick response Discussed the purchase of a new
mayor, since former Mayor Blake emergency vehicle, owned by the riding lawn mower for Drawdy, 1987 Dodge Anes S/W 1984 T-Bird 1986 Tempo GLATPBAMFM 1983 F250 Diesel
Hamilton was unseated last monthIn county, stationed in Brooker for since "he Isn't getting any Loaded Loaded
an election misunderstanding.Last quick access to residents in that younger" according to Melvin.
December, Hamilton failedto area of Bradford County. Drawdy said, "I m beginning. to $6495 $3995 $4795. $6495

qualify and run, since The council agreed to purchase believe. ,: it,..myself.:! "

II Hampton- Buys.. Radar Unit for 'City- Police Car, I TerwiUegar Motors '1C"71 LIFETIME, I

A motion to-buy a radar unit! for -Lil"g trouble Te e and "no problem pay the 12% interest charge."""It will I .. SERVICEGUARANTEE,
the Hampton Police car was approv- at all," according to Marshal John pay for itself In a few months," they Statewide 1-80O-329-FORD o. (
: ed at a special meeting of the Town Hodges. said. Delivery Is expected in about
: Council Tuesday November ordered from Custom SO days. 9647200Starke '
28,called It will be Tb/best
to discuss Police Department Electronics in Jacksonville at a cost An auxiliary officer with the' I car repair guarantee in America.Ask .

financing and other matters. of $987 cash price or $91.71 per Sheriffs Department costs only$200) 209 W. Madison I / about our lifetime Service Guarantee
The unit is recommended by the month for 12 months. Council votedto per year for insurance,Mid Marshal.
Gainesville Police Department as buy the unit for cash rather than John Hodges ,

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f.eember 14. 111II TELEGRAPH P.gelA
. .

J Campground Sold .!.:. I

I : ?k4 w 1; N kri y ,

To 2 N.Y. CouDles

.II. .
by Buster Rohn ago, when Fred and Pat McElroy
ICY toff Writer bought the land and built the new
The Starke KOA Kampground,adjacent facility from scratch.
to Deerwood Shopping Centeron The original KOA Kampgroundwas
US-301S, came under new built by Pete Justo In 1972, on r
management Monday,Dec. 11,when land now occupied by Deerfoot 1 Y
two couples, the Rignolas and Village. Justo subsequently sold out yw K dt1 trtr aur uli F r ,Ek r 1
Gibneys,took possession of their re-. to Ed and Betty Perry who operatedit s- i1. Ill
cent acquisition.Jim for four years and sold to the + r,._
and Mary Ann Gibney McElroys in August 1982.
daughter and son-in-law of Ray andVivian Two or three years ago, rumors of
Rignola, are joint owne..1with Wal-Mart's coming to Starke were
her parents, and will work in somewhat confirmed, when a '
the campground operation, since it took a binder on the KOA __
is a seven day-a-week venture, re- proper for a shopping center an-
quiring more hours than two peoplecan chored by Wal-Mart. In due time _
handle. the property was sold for the Deer. _
Starkeifrom and Gibneys came to foot Shopping Center, after the
Patchogue, Long 18
McElroys purchased an adjacent .. .
New where the .r. r
Island York acres for a new campground.With .
Rlgnolas were in the home improve- the sale of the old cam : :- ,._- ..... IX y'1"O'y'M' ip
ment business, renovating and/or Fred McElroy a master I.,. .,... . electrician .. ;:
remodling homes. Vivian said she was able to put in a -. '!:__.H ,.
worked in the field along side her modern facility with city water and '; ......

husband driving nails and cutting sewer and more importantly to ,.... .... .
boards as needed to do the job. campers, adequate electrical hook -

The two couples left Patchogue ups. A poor electricity source Is the _._.._ ,.. _.. ,.. ._._ ..
., KOA
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because the town grew from a small bane of most RV owners but the : = ::. ;:: .. ...... ... .... ..... ... .:.tI-. office, store, rec hall, laundry -
community, where everyone knew McElroys long time campers .' .c. The KOA headquarters building houses the
everyone else in town, into a city. themselves, installed good electrical I showers and restrooms in a new, modern facility for RV owners and I

and they longed for the small town equipment, in a campground that is I campers.
atmosphere, such as they found in laid out by experienced campers, >
Starke. that only campers can appreciate.
The Gibneys married six months The 18 acre campground inside the .
were working for Brookhaven National city limits offers 107 sites with full .-': I

Laboratories, but gave up promising hook-ups water, electricity and .:. ...,.::: i Schlofman Appointed to HRS Board
careers to find a small town sewer.Although North Florida cam -
in which to raise a family Vivian are not classified as '' ,
Len Schlof-
grounds Starke
said. the Starke ,', :/ optometrist HRS district advisory councils
facilities 1 "
man, 37, has been appointed by Gov.
play a significant role In improving
The Rignolas are long time KOA has 30 or more monthly,or long Ad-
Bob Martinez to the District 3
i services and for Florida
campers,and familiar with campersneeds term renters, and the number in- programs
visory Board of the state Depart
citizens, wrote Gregory L. Coler,
of r
from the camper's point creases in the winter months, as
ment of Health and Rehabilitative
state HRS to Schlofman.
view.They began looking for a cam- more and more people from the Services. secretary work,
pground to buy 10 months ago, and north are tiring of traffic congestionin I Schlofman a member of the Brad "Through will your be able with to this make council avaluable -
found the Starke KOA through a South Florida and stopping off fur- ford County school board will
that contribution to the lives of
North Carolina Realty firm ther north.
the school board member'sslot
less fortunate individuals. I
deals only in campgrounds. They Fred and Pat are not leaving the on the 8-member Dlst. 3 board know many health-care
were shown six other campgrounds Starke Area since they gave up the which includes an HRS doctor, attorney Interest your in public education will
before seeing the Starke KOA, but hustle and bustle of South Florida 8 \ DiaL 3 director Suzanne be to
when saw it, they knew they and will build a home on extremely helpful departmentstaff
they years ago, Casey, her assistant a county com ," Coler wrote in a letter
had found what had been look- Lake where they have
they Hampton missioner, school board member welcoming Schlofman to the Dist. 3
ing for.They liked the town and they owned a lot for several years. and three lay persons. board.
liked the new KOA facility. When the house is built, and after
Starke KOA Kampground is a new some traveling Is done, Fred says he
facility completed Just over- _ajjear will then consider his next project.
i : ) Cox Appliance

I Fading from Scene. .. IT( I L ,"ott. Air Conditioning ServiceJoe &

(from page- 1A) such as the Terwillegar Quick Lube The New Owners...

Torode Freeman Register III and facility on Madison Street. The new owners of KOA Kampground (l-r) Ray and Vivian Rignola and I
Lawrence Mosley said environmental Times are changing but not Jim and Mary Ann Gibney took over the Starke operation Dec. 11. Both
regulations are so fluid they always for the better. couples find the small town atmosphere they were looking for In Starke.
hesitate to discuss them. They are
changed daily with tank owners
questioning the status of their tanks.
Dec. 31 Is the deadline for some $100 REWARD
tanks to be removed filled or lined. Brands Logos Change. .
In Lake Butler Robert Driggers is LOOKING for a Miniature Collie
having tanks removed from a ser- (from page IA) Pat Tennant manager of the Ten-
vice station he owns across the tremendous changes in neco Station, says Tenneco is GOOD DEAL? Approx 13" High,

street from the courthouse.Driggers undergone past, and continue to change, divesting itself of the Retail Division Answers to "Lucky".
years Classifieds
decided to remove the tanks rather with the and has sold stations in this r.hvrltihf J
... the Registers have changed ,, Phone
which rsella 964-7500
that spend money installing new times and continued to operate, area 'to Majik Mart, .- ; co -P' "q" n Joe Cox.your friendly repairman.Call
w tanks or fibergrassing existing while other distributors have gone Citgo oil products. '... .. ... ... him today for any appliance"'r poI.Sefvce ..
.4 tanks. out of business. Tenneco is a large corporatonglomerate in- frBKBBPBIraiHf JfrWJyu JMdirMbMy ? ., : & Repair on:
Environmental for owners to regulations line tanks with provide between The Registers Call and bought Madison the property Streets petroleum products, natural gas and, j i To you, Gary Wheeler, on our 12 I I .M Major AppflancMAlrCondtttorthg Refrigeration I II
either inside or outside,, lines manufacturing
fiberglass several years ago when US-301 was gas pipe Electrical
but the process is expensive, and a straightened and build a small service farming. i years of marriage.,
station must sell more than 40,000 station on the corner of US301and Tenneco customers have known : 9647462Lie
gallons per month to come out, Madison St.That service station the change was coming for two or Happy Anniversary Yourve Your Pat ,
since were sent I I 0007578
Torode said.Driggers than 25 ,and three months they liRA 0046994 ER
more years
operated at Tenneco I __ __
said owners are requiredto for more than 15 years it was open 24 Citgo credit cards good n .
liability Insurance on tanks, stations immediately. Tenneco
carry week.
7 days a
hours a day,
the size doesn't matter costing The new facility representing a cards that expired in 1989 were
1700-1900 per year per tank. An tremendous investment is an attractive replaced with Tenneco cards with a
owner may escape the requirementof asset to the city. Dec. 15 expiration date. After that
carrying insurance, providing he date, Tenneco cards will no longerbe
can prove a net worth of $1 million honored anywhere.
for each tank owned. Tenneco Oil Co.
Torode says removing tanks is ex- The Tenneco Service Station, on Majik Mart has "gussied-up" the a
since the state requires a the corner of US-301 and Jackson front of the building with its will
iiiecensed contractor to do the job. Street, is owned by J.R. Wainwright logo, and the new Citgo sign
Citing an example Torode said he and leased to Tenneco. The Station up by Friday Tennant said. SM/ ,
had four tanks removed from an old was built in 1956 or 57, Wainwright Both Citgo and Texaco have had I
station in Middleburg. It took three said and operated for a year under retail outlets in Starke in prior ,
days and cost $10,000, Torode said. the brand name "Bay Oil," before times, but not recently.
Torode also said he advised a taking the Tenneco brand name.
friend who was contemplating investing -

In an old service station property .
n6t4o do so. The liability for ,. I,
clean-up of contaminates may accrue Thank
years later. Owners can no

longer walk away from abandoned Voters of Lawtey who ,
service stations and forget about ,.

further liability. If contaminates are in the election ,..
found even years later someone supported us 'S'rf-
must pay for the clean-up and ,;'J\c'
all service stations have ,'fo'kj/l'
spills around of many gas automotive and oil. The garages ground Is Delbert L..'}ordan .', ..\.1. 9";,"

oil soaked and will have to be ,
removed and replaced at some M. M. (Butch) Jordan
future time.'
Torode said Investors In a service I
station property in Baker County
had to remove all the dirt from a 150
X 150 foot lot down to the clay and 'NOTICE ( /

have it cleaned In an incinerator in .- 'Tis the season
Kissimee. The lot was the site of a ',;
former service station that had con- ?ii'f':'' ::: to be cautious.:
Umated the ground with petroleum There will be no residential : 'r;: ,\* '

products over long period of years. tti: \ *, i .
:*>t:i ;- i Tjwa" :ii
Bankers will no longer lend moneyon garbage pick-up in the city of "t\W'.ifft: : : ; } '.; joyously supply the power that lights up
since if : ? :
service station property, / h holiday season.And we ask you-
they are aware of the and liability oil, Torode incur- Starke, on Christmas Day, ., "' ubi,4.: : :,,$, *I' '-' your please use it carefully.Always read .
red handling
by gas < <;, V'.teW' .
i ,0 -
said.Mosley Monday December ,25th. The ,;-i f ;& -t;' -.-, and follow instructions that come with gifts
whose garage has a ; that are powered by electricity. For example,use
number of large gas tanks under the normal Monday pick-up will be ,.: .':, >J...., ,.J, t. (!Vc.t '" only grounded extension cords don't trim hedges
concerned about :'t;. ;V -
cement floor was I' ? %i'" -1 ),,.,t.v>i when the ground is wet and keep electric I I cords
filling tho tanks with sand or ce- made Tuesday December 1, .t9f. I' "' : .
on h. -'ifJ'
of edges.
ment, an option available under certain ., .l' out of the way cutting
; i
Mosley, says a "20 However year law'" 26th and the, normal Tuesday' .'. "f'"" ". '.ifflt j 't.; : .; .rl !t" ,>,j. ;' Christmas lights also should be used with care. ,

protects him for another 10 yean plck-up' will be made on 'fi; :t""i." ': <-: i Keep them away from flammable decorations; ,Land
since the tanks on his property were 'I,' \-' '. check for worn or broken sockets;cracked insulation
Installed 10 years ago. Wednesday December 27th. 'to' frayed cords,turn them off when you go out t
While filling tanks may be less expensive and use no more than three sets of lights
than removing them an The schedule will return' to i '
8,000 or 10,000 gallon tank requires r on an extension cord.And,of course,

much sand or cement to fill. normal on Thursday December never put lights on a metal tree,

With the demise of fuu service ser- t.,4- first New Years'resolution.' '.
vice stations, motorists must be '. Make safety your
much more alert In caring fur their 28th. 'And have a most joyous holiday season.

tank can., they When also attendants checked the filled oil bat the V.:5t(7&vwM: :,;://( .t. .1. ,.",.' '"/ :.-f* ( .,, \I

tery belts and hoses, washed thew'ndableld Commercial garbage pick-up., on;. I / ::, .',..".,....'-, .
: I ,., ,
and ,swept the floorboard P! ':I' ::11. >.'\):
Fluids can now getdangerousi 1! Christmas lDaywtlI.oeUriUted: *. C,:> t t ;-, ', f'- $,; ,*,*,,'II,1 ""' "I'll-'

/ low before'the owner "** : ',* >tr" ,.) ;! )i,': Ii': t. ...,.)f.. 't\t"i"\; """ i ,,"r. : !. :: ,,' F" ,

.remembers each time to check the them tau is if it filled.Isn't.done to restaurants and, hospitals.. .. 'U', '" '> .. ..,.'r.: !1.,"r..fJ1.:.' ;.." Y., ;.'I' ..,...;,,..' ,;.::\r'J": ,:, ,,.,, f-.. ,. ..'.1:''.';;(\.. .: t,.

With, the oil passing changes)m and the lubrications service station 1 '" -;,i''t'. t' \I' ', ,., ,.. ,.''.I ..<. "' t",I" .".. .n..", .. ",,.!.",",'\j..bI, :'I,' .. ..-If.I.':!:..;.; .t.'';: '>., I'I c

are being done by specialty hops, "' .' ... 'U""M"J'<,-. : .'t" ":':a'II'f, .- -. ,
--nt-';S 1. T"-".r.Y.r'r .' ,
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tA TKI: .Kr.KAPII December 14. 19119


Official County ruNlcatlon Ettabllthed In 1877 .

;i; "TARKW. n.o....... FlUID""'. .....TI

NOTICE : All news items concerning war and preparations for war SYMPTOMS OF WAR FELT HERE I

reproduced on this page are reprinted from issues of The Telegraph during the

Christmas Season in 1941. Pearl HarbQr Day -- the day that President

Roosevelt said "would live in infamy" had just taken place on December 1.

The declaration of war soon followed. With Christmas just 18 days away, and DEFENSE COUNCIL MKKTING Blanding Under Black-Out Troop Move.

talk of black-outs and "troops moving out Blanding" it must have been very Out To Unknown Destination

difficult to muster up much Christmas spirit. These items are printed for those The, Uradford :-County": Defense Council"'will .hold a Anti-Aircraft Guns Placed

who have forgotten..or those who have never known. very Important meeting at:the courthouse Friday after-

1 Moon at 3 octock.-The: organization of first aid worker PAcked with soldiers and six miles from the second
and nurses, fire )prevention groups and'illr raid watchers largest training camp In the United States, Starke nevertheless -
will be especially stressed Chairman M. F. Drown urges accepted calmly the resolution passed by Congress
all patriotic citizens of Bradford County to attend this Monday declaring that a state of war existed with the Imperial -
Empire of Japan. Of course It existed! Hadn't prop-
Blackout Monday NightStarke vital Heauion. Rural residents are especially urged to erty of the United States' already been attacked? The aV

attend. tlon of Congress was mere formality-the American way
of being open and above board. The vote for war was 470
to 1-solitary dissenter being pacifist-fanatic Jeanette Rankin -
Must Be In Complete Darkness A. 1U contribution to'thp def.n.. program, the entire faculty (Montana Republican member of theHouse, ). Typical
of;/ ', Starke reaction that of corn man Barney SHson,
was pop
From 9-9:15 P. M Fire Siren flrai weuk after Chrbtmaa.aloording to aa nnouncement.
.- yteter-
who snarled: "If I'd been in Washington I'd have taken her
day by Principal B. L. Wtltlnina.: "When earUricate him been obtained
by the and thrown her out of the window, even If Ivent
Will Sound
Warning by fmcbin, they will In turn Instruct aludenla," Ur. William reek .
>...1. "Thin action la being taken In view of the pronent' amergncy. to Jail for It!
." WitII ha couma I. Intended primarily for teachera, other la-
I Starke will rehearse for an air raid next Monday night. Uraitad cIU...... may attend ftlao. The ....I..... will b. held. RADIO ANNOUNCERS THURSDAY MORNING
The first and probably only local "practice" blackout will begin at 9 and tha time and place will be announced later.RED STATED WAR THAT ON GERMANY THE UNITED AND STATES ITALY, BRINGING HAD DECLARED -

o'clock and last for 15 minutes. INTO THE OPEN A FIGHT THAT WAS ALREADY

This is how you'll know to douse the lights in your business or residence: the CROSS APPEAL BEING WAGED.

fire siren at the and water plant will sound for 45 seconds
municiyallight Th.following telecram waa received here thus week by Judge Camp Blanding la blacked-oul at night. Evencigarette
followed by 15 This signal will be repeated over a period of E. K. Ferryman chairman of the Bradford County Red Cram smoking forbidden after nine o'clock. Cooks waited till dawn'
five minutes. Wednesday before being able to alart breakfast for 49,000 soldlor. -
.. There are rumors of practice black-oute In Starke, but
Final plans for the practice blackout were turn off the lights, and seek the nearest shelter. AOAlN THE AMERICAN RED CROSS IS CALLED UPON TO ao far,none hat yet been called Actual declaration of war
made Wednesday by joint action of the Bradford Wardens will be placed at all highway entrancesto SERVE OUR NATION IN WAR,, BOTH NATIONALLY AND apparently does little to dampen the aplrlta' of Blandlng'a aoldler
County Defense Council and other county and ci- the city to halt motorists entering Starke dur- PACE population. Starke'a movie houses and beer parlora are crowded
ty authorities. M.F. Brown, chairman of the ing the blackout period. LOCALLY WE 'VAST AND' DEFINITE RESPONSIBILITIES with khaki-lad., apparently just aa carefree ai they were a week
Defense Council, urges all persons who know of FOR SERVICES TO OUR ARMED ,FORCES AND FOR ago.
Members of the
the blackout to inform their acquaintances who JonesLangfordWhiteAmerican RELIEF TO DISTRESSED CIVILIANS. TO PROVIDE BSSEN-
might be unaware of the plans, so that coopera- Legion Post have been sworn in as TIAL FUNDS RED CROSS TODAY IS LAUNCHING: A CAMPAIGN A III rile number of troops have been moved o u t' of
tion might be as nearly 100 percent as possible. special defense officers during the emergency, FOR VVAR FUND MINIMUM. OF FIFTY MILLION Blanding beginning Tuesday morning with "eight days' rations
with L.J. Green as their Chief, and they will be and scaled orders." No official statement has. been
Street lights will be turned off by the city but it busy during the practice blackout (and any and DOLLARS. THE PRESIDENT, WILL ISSUE ON FRIDAY A made concerning their destination, but it is generally assumed
is up to the individual property owner to see that all future blackouts) to see that all visible lights PROCLAMATION'HIUPPORTINO THIS APPEAL. YOUR they are being assigned to guard duty perhaps along
lights in his residence or place of business are in their districts are out. They have full power to CHAPTER QUOTA IS' 12d0: :DOLLARS. CHAPTERS MAY RETAIN the coasts. Some Christmas leaves have.bcen cancelled ,and
turned out at the proper time. Do not go out Mon act and will see to it that the blackout is a suc- FirTEEN:; PERCENT THEIR COLLECTIONS FOR LOCAL'' others shortened from 15 days to 1Z 'days. Machine guns
day night, locking your door and leaving a light cess, though they do not anticipate anything but WAR 'RELIEF'EXPENDITURES.CHAPTERS SHOULD AT and anti-aircraft: guns have been placed at strategic points;
burning. Such carelessness may force an air loyalty and cooperation in this regard. EFFoRTS about the reservation, and Army trucks, coming from the
raid warden to break open a window and extinguish Anyone found taking advantage of the blackedout ONCE! DEVOTE! FULL TO.RAlSDJO,THEIR QUOTASIN South rushed through Starke Tuesday carrying 'what
the forbidden light. streets to engage in thievery or other SHORTEST POSSIBLE TIME. looked to IIP searchlight equipment. '

nefarious practices will be punished to the fullest
All business houses that close before 9 o'clock extent of the law.

must be left in darkness with no lights on for It is hoped that every citizen will set his time

safety unauthorized, advertising person or is any supposed other to on the No piece However Western, as Union a warning so that signal all ,may the fire be City Utilities. Under Fence; To Be Guarded Businesses Feel

street during the blackout; If you are in an siren at the light plant will blow as described
automobile at the time pull up to the curbing, above.

All visitors have been banned from Public Health Service requests you Effect Of War
the City Light & Water plant and the take immediate steps allowing no

.. . Starke sub-station of the Florida Power visitors at water plant. Increase
& Light Plant as a precautionarymeasure chlorine residual so that at least two- Everybody' knows that the vast
I \ :! : : :: following the outbreak of tenths part per million carried to ends majority of Starke business men
,\gDl' : 'o'.ltitliS"' ; hostilities between Japan and the of distribution system." The telegram have profited no far from the

,' . i ," ", c United States early this week. sent from Jacksonville, was signed by war-at least, from-the proximity

: : City employees are now busy con- W.H.ficer. Pickett M.D., State Health Of of Camp Blnndlng to Starke. And,
all other things being equal the
structing a temporary wire fence
The light and water plant will be
entire bloc in which the longer Camp Blanding remains
around the
New Jail Not MandatedThe municipal plant is located. It is planned closely discussed guarded with and Camp Mr. Smith Blanding has !In operation life more money itwilt

eventually to erect a high, chain-link authorities the possibility of having a mean to Starke. But since
fence around the entire block similarto Military Police guard stationed there 24 America's entry Into the war
county should plan ahead and sell Under pressure from the Departmentof the one now enclosing the sub- hours a day. only ten days ago. It In already
station. obvious (and from past experience
Bradford voters one-cent sales tax
on a
Corrections, a state agency, the coun- The following telegram l wits received 'tn," >In addition to banning visitors froml also) i that from tlmeJ.o.UPil e.
to finance >
jail Commis-
a new
sioner' Riddick. says ty has hired; 10 ,new, employees to Tuesday by Mayor N.D.-Walhwright, I+1.11 ;itssui>>tation east of town the Florida many rajunlettopa' fllfcJJWlmpp: .
Joe He suggests a operate jail and a separate communications Jr.,and was turned pyei1: to B.H.Smith: V:M Power & Light Co. is closely guarding upon tfte el'lzohj( or Slanta
15-year limit on the 1-cent sales tax, system. The county,under of the Board of Bond Trustees: its'main power lines, especially in the with the reot' f (fHa'toCMMyJj jI

which is estimated to raise $500,000 per pressure of a lawsuit brought by the "Surgeon General United States vicinity of Camp Blanding. I E. A. Sapp; car salesman' tor!

year. state, added a wooden building in backof the J. W. Andrew Ford MotorCo.

Questioned by a Telegraph reporter, the jail, at a cost of some $80,000, ., said, 'We could sell many
Commissioner Riddick says he isn't ad- which doubles the capacity.The ry:j 'C N 1 N:A' :i more cars If we had more sampleson
the floor." he
Many times
; %% rwlwAr. crrrc
vocating building a jail, and isn't pro or l.aa .it said a person would like to havea

con but stressed that he wants to plan attorney general's office has +Y. maroon .coupe, or a blue sedan
ahead. The county is criticized for Both withdrawn its suit concerning deficien- and because there Is not one

not planning ahead and for planning cies in the jail, which have now been t' available on the floor the prospective -
ahead, Riddick says. corrected. The pressure has lessenedbut customer'says: .'Oft well,
I I can just drive> old
guess .my
no doubt DOC inspectors will soon csru./a d. tll1Y .
The $500,000 figure is a very undepen- cap another year."
be calling for still more "improvements" d' IPALAVSGtiD
dable estimate, Clerk Ray Norman cau- ..."'...... .1.. J. P. Roberts eald he. was exactly
to the
tions. jail.If 12 cam behind with orders

Commissioner Riddick out the state wants the county to build a la hla' Dodge-Plymouth garage
and" could get no assurance aa to
the 1-cent sales tax would have to be new jail, the state should provide the when he could obtain them. All

shared by the municipalties in the county money. Or, perhaps, regional jails hF'43T uCr'4 of tU e concerns find certain parts
: on a population basis. Commis- would lower operating costs to par- ,I INDIES difficult to socure.Repreeentativee .

sioners indicated that, if a 1-cent sales ticipating counties. That bears in- r 'NDS9+ 5_ .Sabtlro' Karin of the Gulf per.

tax is passed, they would ask the vestigating. .a r Y vlco station' and Houston's """ -' .

municipalities to sign interlocal Right now, a greater need is for .r l.CDz 4 JIJ vice station ..Iated'tbat. they.wepe '.,
losing now that they,were-
agreements to let all the funds go operating funds for the county. Perhapsthe OcgiU''A S RA 's. not permitted money to sell ,tires 'and;,>,

toward the jail. Suppose the town coun- legislature, which already man- -- U L aro eagerly looking for ward'',to'

cils would agree to that? dates in excess of $1 million in county While Saburo Kanuui (top, right), special Japanese + 4 the time when this restriction.

Riddick wisely suggested sunsetting expenses, can pass new laws allowingthe envoy... la Washington talking ....c.. Premier Hldekl .will be removed. .M*

the local sales tax to stop when the jailis county to expand its revenue base a Tojo treacherous(bottom, right attack)was by In Japan Japan..,. without,plotting,'war.warning Result, on, Frank C HoIUngsworth, r.{ t\;' .r,

paid off.Asked with new tax areas. possessions of the United States In the Pacific and a.belated estate operator, .ald./"WahetV: ., .
declaration of war on Sunday., Map above showsthe real estate men In defense towns'rV: .
how the county would afford to Now, the county's main source of area where hostile action will. be largely centered In whlLs .W. T. Clute/realtor, 'state*" '.
operate a new expanded jail, Commis- revenue is property taxes. It's a tax the U. S.-Britlsh clash with, Japan.'Thar.. are the all- { that i.he had had more In qui rlee'' 't
Dutch East Indies furnishing the bulk of
sioner Riddick replied, "I don't know." base badly eroded by the $25,000 America's Important rubber supply French Indo.China. where" large f during the past 'week than' idur :a .,<
homestead exemption.In concentrations of Japanese troops are quartered; Singa Ing any other single week ln>,th..\ '
County fathers would be wise to think > Australia and Guam other last *
among eight months. }. '
long and hard about how to pay the in- moving to a special assessment for p oinlstsure t.llf... the blows "f battle,..::,.$ "( '.',\'
creased of operation of the jail, the county is mov- '
costs operating a jail twice Premier HUekl ...J..
the size of the present one. County ing into uncharted waters. Perhaps the Plant. Staggers ": ,

operating funds are drum tight now legislature could pass a law allowing '
and next miracle, special assessments for law enforce- Letters to. the Editor Under Load 1//
barring a
year, is Jfa ;:: \'
residents can almost be certain of a property ment and the operation a jail, as :;

tax increase. already approved for fire protectionand Christmas eve night, during 'j'h'e
emergency medical services.If ;, J height of the business rush, lights went "i
Nowhere in the Florida Constitutionor off in half a dozen establishments on
the county could use the 1-cent sales An Open Letter to CitizensOf degenerates to a point where they lie, West Call St. ?
in state statutes does it require that a i cheat and steal even from their most Shoppers stood around im-
county operate a jail, attorney John tax money where it is sorely needed, for Bradford County loved family members. Drug abusers patiently.,Anxious proprietors closed*
Kopelousos tells commissioners. But operating funds, it would be more The recent election in Lawtey causesme live in a subculture where truth is a their doors for fear that goods might l'
"walk off". It the first indication
when a county operates a jail a slew of palatable. Planning ahead is fine, but a great concern since I ran on an anti rare commodltykand where principlesare that Starke's was ',
new jail is not the county's greatest drug campaign and lost. I took such a and sold to the lighting equipment municipally-owned under,'
regulations apply.In cracking
need. giant step sine I saw first hand the highest bidder, the terrific
strain to which has been i
that case, from where is the drug problem in the streets, and in the subjected since mid-October. tern-
? Commissioners Remember Sheriff Kenneth homes. And the problem exists due to So do not be fooled into thinking'drugs "blackout" The
pressure coming are tremendous profit from and due victimless. Any act which purary was caused by"an)
Etheridge campaigning for a new jail drugs are overloaded I
Being asked over and over, "Aren't we to people who think it is a vetln less degrades even one human spiritor; generator. ; /* 4
going to have to build a jail?" Prettysoon that wouldn't cost county taxpayers a crime. ., ,which exploits society out of (greed; or' : : oJ. 11",
they're going to believe they haveto dime? Even if the jail were free the the blood': lessens the value of one human life; or Post'.Office' Enjoy
Neither concept justifies
county cannot now afford to it. which creates a cesspool of lies and
build a new jail. that will be upon the hands of the drug filth hate and disgust,can never be vic, Greatest Rush !-
pushers as the communities slowly die.
And death doesn't apply only to that timless. Without, referring to" official*
which ends up as a funeral but also ap- figures. Postmaster Fred F.. Stump 4
I I.ijJilijjrrt plies to "zombies" who stagger our And so I issue this warning for any', stated Wednesday that last month,
RIDit gRADFQRp.d .Co streets, families that disintegrate and community to consider when enacting was the best month In the history '

J'1Oawwlr dreams that vanish forever.. ordinances, funding anti-drug programs .of the, Stark pstoffice; Butness }-... .;:
or even holding elections? The In December'IHI, ,wa -.V V
: must remember that be Injuredvictlmlred -
We we can
4 drug problem Is a cancer which affects least 23 per cent- greater. than
other than
by means moral not only the immediate victim! but all was December'1940 and at least, V,
physical : ,
O others around him. And the only effective 1.000 per. cent hotter than the .
C 1 lr'tI'' psychological. wound can to treat it Is to deal with it awe period.. 9 9heeatd. '
way ,
load J
be Just aa deadly a gun .
it shall surely destroy you, the .
strictly or During
T11N j bomb. And the question shells; ,top ., .lOrtetauut ruslv(
Published each Thursday and entered on.Second: Class Matter at with the effect on one man but upon all ..then and your family, then nation.your Ignore it and seven addIUonaT'clitru'wer.'em+ &' t
Ilnally your ployed In the Stark "
I f-:.a Post Office at Starke., Florida uncW;Act of.March. 3. 1879. of society a* w-U.:The:cheapening of "' .become another victim upon which the. went Bill Urn*;: Brerttt ottlo..McKln They :.
even one human spirit can. -bef felt grim-reaper will profit. W. Hugh
Phone 960&- 30S Subscription Rote In Trade Area:: 14.00 Per year; month* mankind. ; '. :fcuram 'Later '+SpoiU
P.O.Ofow.f A; Sfarb.Florida Ckihlds Trade Area: 515.00 pe ya-tn S8.50.he manttla throughout' .... rBe / ". William E.Ttllotson. holt, and Mis* :Ida. IM* 'Day*. -J

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Barbara Ann Smith,
Mr.&Mrs.Patrick Southerland Mark David Murray

Kristy Elizabeth Announce EngagementMr.
and Mrs. Fred Smith of Starke announce the engagement of their
Patrick Earnest Southerland daughter, Barbara Ann to Mark David Murray, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Murray, Sr.,also of Starke.
Exchange October Wedding VowsWith Mark and Barbara are both graduates of Bradford High School.
Wedding plans will) be announced at a later date.
Mr.&Mrs.Charles Hamilton

only immediate family headpiece was made of baby's
members attending, Kristy breath. Regina Cannavo: Charles Hamilton Pine Level Choir ;
Elizabeth Starling and Patrick The bride's attendant, matron of
Earnest Southerland were united in honor Holly L. McClellan, wore a Wed in December 1 CeremonyMr. Presents Program, :
marriage Saturday, Oct. 28, at 7 burgundy velvet tea-length dress "Call Him Jesus" ;
p.m. at the home of the bride's and carried a European-style bou-
parents in Graham. quet of snap-dragons, fressias, .and The Christmas Cantata, entitled "Call Hun Jesus", will be presented :
Mrs. Charles and
Kristy is the daughter of William miniature carnations, astromeriasand December Regina Hamilton were happily united in marriage by Pine Level Baptist Church Choir on Sunday, Dec. 17, at 6 p.m. "Call .
and Dorothy Starling of Graham. baby's breath as her floral com- Charles on 1,1989.and Him Jesus", beautifully arranged by Paul Linn, is a collection of traditional -
,son of Mr. Mrs.Ronald Crosby of Starke,is a graduate of carols and familiar
Patrick is the son of Wordna Prevatt pliment.A gospel songs.
Bradford High and has recently enlisted in the United States Air Force to
and the late Rowell Prevatt of reception was also held at the the field of The annual children's Christmas program will) also be presented during
pharmacy. this service.
home of the bride's Decora-
Lawtey.The parents. Regina,daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Kenneth Crawford of Palatka,is alsoa
is invited to attend this Christmas
bridal area was decorated tions of arrangements of Everyone special program.
graduate of Bradford High School. She is presently employed at Ter-
with two seven-branch candelabrawith freesia astromerias
stephanotis ;
willegar Motors as Director of Customer Relations
fern and greenery with arrangements and snapdragons were placed at W.T. Weeks, UDC
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton will be stationed in Europe after Mr. Hamiltonhas
of white mums, pink points of interest throughout the completed basic training skills in San Antonio,Texas. Christmas MeetingThe
snapdragons,fressia,miniature car- reception area. The bride's table
nations and astromerias. held a silver candelabra on each side W.T. Weeks Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, will
Given in marriage by her father, of the bride's cake, with flowers of hold their Christmas Luncheon meeting at Dexter's Cafe Gourmet,452 N.
the bride appeared before notary the wedding colors accenting the Births. Temple Ave., on Monday, Dec. 18, at 12 noon.Happy.
Norma Donne dressed in a mauve border of the cake. Announcing. .
satin tea-length dress with Following a trip to St. Augustine,
candlelight lace collar. She carried the couple are now residing in
mauve and pink roses with Starke. Jackson William Tatum ....
stephanotis and fressia as her bridal The bride and groom were both John and Christina Tatum of Lawtey announce the birth of a son,
bouquet. The bride's only adorn- Bradford High School graduates.The Jackson William. born Nov. 29 in Gainesville. He joins a sister, Chelsea
ment was her great-grandmother's groom is currently employed at Lynne, age 2. .
pearl necklace and earrings. Her Union Correctional Institution. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Cashdollar or Mid-
dleburg and Margaret Taylor of Daytona Beach. Maternal great grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. W.P.Cashdollar of Jacksonville and Florence
Open House For Upjohn Healthcare Bradshaw of Dothan Ala. \
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tatum, Jr. of Lawtey. 40th
Today at New Location Paternal great grandparents are Mr.and Mrs.Tom Tatum,Sr.of Lawtey

Upjohn Healthcare Services of Starke, Florida will be hosting an open and Mrs. Lillian Pearson of Starke. I
house at their new office location at 225 South Orange St. today, Thurs- BirthdayCarol
day, Dec. 14, from 4 p.m. until p.m. David Alan Duncan... It
Stewart and Harriet Duncan of Starke announce the birth of a son,
David Alan, born Nov. 16 in Alachua General Hospital. He weighed 9 Ibs. i Slater
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ChristmasParty .
\ "n1)1!/ 11/111:,il'hrutoz.i and was inches long.He. joins a brother, years
,.. ...... .,. P. Faulkner Sr.,pI I
'! Post lQ16" JI 'l .1 'j' IIvJ.)d Maternal grandparents, flrjl WlflJldvMrs.1HaTy, } | !
E'Iu"'IYIf'W" '16" ,, ., ""., !',.,, ,I...h rooIJ i.Il1.,) J.fai.! *.Starke. Matetrl ggaaEga, ; m s" t' 'fcks! oJlcjlsonviJfe.j> ::1:1'f
ec. Paternal grandparentsare Mr.:ahaMn.E brj.Duncan of Lawtey.
VFW Post 1016 will be holding its Second Annual Christmas Party at the Paternal great grandmother is Mrs. Gertrude Cruce of Starke.
Golf and Country Club on Dec. 16.The covered dish dinner will begin at 6

p.m.All veterans and their families invited attend. If "Gate of the Inn" ;{ "'. : '}:, < '
are to you bring a & FOOD STORE s
child, please bring a gift for' that child to be placed under the Christmastree. To Be Presented j ... _{, \ .
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Friday, Dec.'15 ""- '
Anyone wishing to Join the organization is asked to bring a copy of .> ,,''''. 620 S. WALNUT ST. .', +.
discharge papers or DD-214 and members will discuss membership.
of Starke
Ladies can also feel assured that the auxiliary will be glad to sign anyoneup. The Youth Department
Come on out and celebrate Christmas with us. Church of God, 422 N. St. Clair
Street, will be presenting a biblical CHRISTMAS SPECIALS .:: '
drama for Christmas, "THE GATE
Piano Recital OF THE INN",.Friday, Dec. 15, at ''
Set for Dec. 19 7:30 p.m.Your Merry ,t
church is Invited to come ex-
Piano recital given by students of Louise Stern will be held Tuesday, perience a time of worship with us.
Dec. 19, at 7:30 p.m. in First United Methodist Church. We invite. you to "The Gate of the
The public is invited to attend, admission is free. Inn". '
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VuiunteerS'Needed' Disabled American Veterans NewsSTARKE
For Tax Aide Starke Elem. School
Elect Officers
AARP needs volunteers to add to its corp of Tax-Aide counselors who Our students are enjoying their
work from February 1 to each year helping more than l.S million Disabled American Veterans are holding a meeting to elect new officers ELEMENTARY trips to the Bradford Theatre to lee
older taxpayers Afrlll11 prepare their Federal and State for 1990 and reorganize the local chapter on December 18, at 7:30: ROADRUNNER REVIEW We appreciate having the
p.m.:The meeting will be held at the American
returns. Gainesville.the Legion Hall,621 E.University Congratulations to K-2 graders opportunity to attend.
Individuals with an aptitude for tax work,experience in filing personal receiving awards. We are proud of Mrs. Gruen's 3-4-5 grade Cats
returns and good communications skills are urged to sign up. District Commander,Mr. Decapro and Mr. A.L. Linden from the you: Classes went to the Alhambra Din-
The Tax-Aide Program reimburses volunteers for their State office will be present. Third and Fifth Graders Con- ner Theatre Dec. 6. First we stopped -
related out of pocket expenses including such costs as mileage,paring, gratulations on the improvementand at Kuhn's ChrIstmas display,
meals, postage and basic supplies. With more than 800 members is desirable to kick-off DAV-GATOR 90 hard work on SAT scores.! then saw the performance "A
To volunteer for the Tax-Aide Program or to obtain more information with high attendance as well as non-members being present to hear the hosted the annual Christmas by Charles
On Dec. 5
write AARP Dept., 3708836, 1909 K Street NW, Washington,DC 20049 and latest news in our constant endeavor to help all veterans. tournament.we We enjoyedour Dickens. We ended with a snack at
let us put you In touch with the Tax-Aide Program or call (904) 7552986. Come be an active participant in our local chapter and enjoy our socialas basketball and the competition. it the Riverwalk Park. It was awonderful
Local persons may call 964-8424,ask for Mrs. Mixon. well as business activities. guests day.
was a great success.
_& Mrs. Ivev is'doing a great job as
., chairman of the Textbook SelectionCommittee.
We have received HBJ
and Health Adopted Series toreview.

y Mini.Grant Special Congratulations -
Holly Farms Rim to Mrs. Gruen for receiving the
Energy Awareness Grant and Mrs.
McLeod and Mrs. Wainwright!
the Developing Thinking

Grade A
tj cipalRemember From Mr.Dewey McKinney,Prin-

School will be out
from Saturday,Dec.16 through Jan.
1, 1990 for Christmas and New
WHOLE Year's holidays.
Lb. Tuesday, Jan. 2 will be a Teacher
Planning Day No School for
Wednesday, Jan. 3 Students
SUII. MON. TUES. WED. THUR. FIU. SAT. return to school.
6 11 12 13 14 IS 16 Mrs. DeValerio's Fifth Grade
F R Y E RS 17 Class News: We are off to a great
start in Room 26.A big thanks to all
Dec? thru Monday. the children for their great behavior
11 Sunday .... 17, 1989.Ffeist and to the parents for their support.We .
have been busy this past week
preparing for Christmas! We walk
Wilt library;attended the
basketball intermurals;and saw the
WhOle movie "Prancer". Congratulationsto
Lindsay Woodfin and Drew Wain-
19.23 Lbr Shank JtaHtyLb
p, wright who were chosen to representour
'I o'Jlon room on Safety Patrol. I'm sure
Sliced they will be wonderful models for
IS .!gljREE9 good school.behavior and safety in our,

Fresh A very special thank you to Mrs.I
r I ,{ (1 "NA& Hewett for the special snack last
Lbs Friday to those with good behavior.
A ) s Student Council held a Bake Sale
1URI%rs .l Ill Wednesday,Dec. 13.
Friday, Dec. 15 is our Christmas
Open House. All parents are invitedto
our room any time during the day.
We would love for you to come and
Sunkist Seedless visit-at your convenience. .

lail NAVELORANGES Ole Fashion Luncheon

Hosted for DAR ChapterMrs.

J.D. Warren and Mrs.
Herbert Thomas were cohostessesfor
Fresh Grade A "An Old Fashion Christmas"
U ENGLISHTURKEY luncheon for the Samuel Elbert
4-7 Lbs. Average Chapter,DAR,Dec.5 at the home of
99 Mrs. Warren. The Christmas theme
WALNUTS was carried out throughout the party
rooms. Christmas flowers centered
the main table and buffet tables.
In Shell Chapter Regent, Mrs. James
BREAST 1 lb. pkg. 10 Lb. Henderson welcomed DAR
members and two guests, Mrs.
FREE! Bag Louise Brock and Mrs. Sue
Sliced ,
Swift The ,
"Christmases program,
1 v\ of Living Past: was
$1'49Lb. 99 given by Past Regent, Mrs. David z.
03'S T E S S Taber. A basket of gifts were col-
lected to be presented the patientsat
the Veterans Hospital in
Gainesville! byjrtrs.Madia Williams,
chapter chairman of Veterans-
No. 1 fairs. _
Fresh GreenBROCCOLI After the luncheon and meeting,a
Whole WHITEPOTATOES social hour was enjoyed by those

$ 98 SMOKED PICNICS 89csunch present.Soul's Mission RevivalSoul's Outreach Announces I

Snow White Outreach Mission in Hampton
4 Lb will celebrate their Revival from
CAULIFLOWERLb. Saturday, Dec. 30 through Friday,
January 4, with services at 7 p.m.
7 0 each night.Rev.A.L.Laney,pastor.
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PFC David A. Barnes

SPC David A. Barnes is stationed
DtlDlontt with the 2nd ACR RecouPLT,
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I is a 1987 graduate of Bradford High\ ,:
School. His wife, Wendy is the
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Strickland also of Starke.She Is alsoa
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DATED this 30th day of November Defendants. property described: herelnobove'and the SW 1/4 of Section 3, Township 6 South
i ,] J 1989. water of Lake Geneva and Including Range 22 East Bradford County Florida.
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< 11 ''' riparian right thereunto appertaining Sold parcel being a portion of the tract
PAUL L. residence
i -\h\ : GAWLEY Into
of described.
,; Clerk of Circuit Court unknown but whose last known mailing water Lake Geneva. In O.R. Book 172 Page 27 of
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to the public records of said County and beIng
11304tchgI221Control address
I I.: 4350 Lawn Avenue Western foreclose
a mortgage on the more
foregoing particularly described
No. 267 Illinois as
Springs, 60558 RICHARD J.
-- : .............. GAWLEY residence' unknown; described property In Bradford County follows, Commence at an Iron pipe
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STATE OF -s !, Florida, has been filed" against and found at the NW
FLORIDA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE whose last known mailIng address isTPost you corner of said tract
DEPARTMENT OF : you are required to serve a 01 (O.R. Book 172
REGULATION IN AND FOR AND FOR BRADFORD Keystone Heights, written defenses.. If any to It on TITO S. BEGINNING and run South 77 degrees,
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONThe BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA CASE NO. B9-366-CA residence ; M. GAWLEV SMITH Plaintiff' Attorney Post Office 57 minutes and 06 seconds East along
CASE NO. 89-587 CA FLORIDA INVESTORS MORTGAGE known unknown but whose last Drawer 1354, Polatka Florida 32078 on the Northerly boundary thereof 309.55
Department announces receipt of CORPORATION. Plaintiff Box mailing Is: Post Office or before January 4th 1990. and file the fet to an Iron set on the Westerly boundary

the following applications from E.I. Du- ROY MCFASHION Plaintiff v*. 32656 862 ALAN Keystone C. Heights, Florida original with the Clerk of this Court of the right-of-way of State Road
Pont d. Nemours and Company. Inc. for JULIE MORRIS SEDGWICK fk/a ; FOLEY residence either before service on Plaintiffs At- No. 200 (U.S. 301)); thence South 16
unknown but whose
last known
the proposed Maxvllle Heavy Mineral vs.ANY AND ALL PERSONS CLAIMING BY JULIE P. MORRIS. and address Is: Post Office Box mailing torney Immediately thereafter; otherwise degrees, 05 minutes and 08 seconds
Mining Operation to b. located on a OR UNDER NICKALOS MCFASHION .RONALD SEDGWICK Defendants. tour New York 1019 Mon-. a default will be entered agaln.t'yau West along said Westerly boundary
7200 acre site In portion of Baker AND/OR GUS MCFASHION. Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE FOLEY residence unknown; YVONNE but whose F. for the relief. demanded In the Com 144.18 I feet, .!.to a set Iron: thence rJorth77degrees :', :!.

Duval. Bradford and Clay Counties .1 NOTICE OF ACTIONTO PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 last known mailing address Is Post Of. plaint or Petition.WITNESS 57 minutes and 06 seconds
located west of U.S. Highway 301 between DEFENDANTS ANY AND ALL : my hand and the seal of this West with said
PERSONS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the'' fice Box 1019 Montauk New York Court on the 1st parallel Northerly boundary
Maxvllle and Highlands: CLAIMING BY OR UNDER property to-wltt 11954; HERBERT CRAMER residence day of December 1989. 296.16 feet to an iron set on the
1. Application to construct an Industrial NICKALOS MCFASHION AND/OR GUS A parcel of land containing one acre, unknown but whose last known mailing RAY NORMAN, Westerly boundary of aforesaid tract
Wastewater Treatment and MCFASHION: more or less, lying In the SE 1/4 of address Is: 1048 Aleconte Rood St Clerk of Circuit Court (O.R. Book 172 Page 27)); thence North
Disposal System 10.0 MGD (design) YOU ARE NOTIFIED of the Institutionof Southeast 1/4 of Section 9, Township 6 Augustine, Florida 32084 DANIAL A., By: Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk 10 degrees, 46 minutes and 13 seconds
system consists of Ferric Chloride addition this action by Plaintiff ROY South Rang. 22 East Bradford County. REBER residence unknown; but whose 12/07 4tchg 12/28: Cant. No. 302 East along last said Westerly boundary

of humate, ponds for coagulation and settling MCFASHION against you seeking! to Florida, and being more particularly last known mailing address Is: 3819 Fort NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 143.86 feet to the POINT OF BEGINN
solids .
subsequent neutralization quiet title on the following described described a* follows: Avenue, Lynchburg Virginia 24502. REGISTER ING.
with hydrated lime, and final effluent property In Bradford County Florida to- PARCEL NO. 1: Commence at the SE AND IF THEY BE DEAD TO ANY AND FICTITIOUS NAME has been filed against you. ALBERT F.

discharge to Gum Branch. wit: corner of said SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 and run All PERSONS CLAIMING AS HEIRS. Pursuant to Section 86509 Florida YOUNG. JR.. a/k/a FRANK YOUNG: The
2. Application for permit Management A parcel of land lying being and thence North 02'05' West along the DEVISEES GRANTEES ASSIGNEES Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Grantees,
and'for Storage of Surface' Waters situate In the ME 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Section Easterly boundary thereof a distance of LIENORS CREDITORS. TRUSTEES OR undersigned., RONALD BENNETT. Route Assignees, Lienors Creditors, Trusteesor

will Systems Initial five years of project( 32. Township 6 South Range 22 421.79 feet to Point of Beginning; from OTHER CLAIMANTS UNDER SAID DEFENDANTS 1 Box 97X Newberry FL 32669 and Other Claimants claiming by,
consist of process wastewater ponds East In the City of Starke Bradford Point of Beginning thus described run : AND TO ANY AND All. OTHER JOHN NEWSOM 125 NW 23rd Ave., No. through under or against ALBERT F.
with effluent discharge to Gum Branch Florida said thence YOUNG JR.. who Is not known to be
County ; parcel being more South 86 28' West a distance of PERSONS OR CORPORATIONS HAVINGOR 14. Gainesville, Fl 32601 joint owners,
to be addressed and In the Industrial Waste particularly described a* follows; 200 feet to a point; run thence North02"0S' CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN AND TO doing business' under the firm name of dead or alive' ; and BAILEY ADVERTISING

permit stormwoter containment Commence at the Northeast comer of West and parallel to aforesaid THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS IN SIGNS GALORE 1640-B. S. Walnut' St., ; and you are required to serve a
dikes with'ov.rland discharge to New said NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 and South 4 of written defenses, If to
run Easterly boundary a distance of 218 feet BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA TO-WIT: Stark.. Florida 32091 Intends to copy your any
River Swamp. degrees, 30 minutes and 42 seconds to a point; run thence North 86*28'East a A parcel of land being lying and fictitious name under the aforesaid it on Kent Ridge & Crawford plaintiff's
3. Application. for Conceptual Ap- East along the Easterly boundary distance of 200 feet to aforesaid Easterly situated In Section 23,Township 8 South statute. attorney whose address Is: 225 Water
proval Management and Storage of thereof, 26.05 feet to the Southerly Street Suite 900, Jacksonville, Florida
boundary; run thence South 0205' East Rang. 22 East Bradford County Florida Dated this 7th day of December A.D.
Surface Waters will cover process boundary of the right-of-way of County along said Easterly boundary a distanceof and more particularly described a* In Bradford County Florida. 32202 on or before January 12, 1990,
wastewater and stormwater systems Road 100-A: thence South 87 degrees, 41 218 feet to the Point of Beginning. follows: 12/074tpd 12/28 Cant. No. 303 and file the original with the Clerk of
through 25-year life of project. minutes and 56 seconds West along said PARCEL NO. 2: A parcel of land containing Commence at the Northwest corner of ; this Court either before service on plaintiff

The applications are being processedand Southerly boundary. 718,67 feet to an 1 acre, more or less, lying In the the Northeast On. Quarter of the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH 's attorney or immediately thereafter,;
are available for public Inspection Iron pipe for Point of Beginning. From Southeast 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of Southwest On. Quarter of said Section JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR otherwise a default will be entered

during normal business hours, BOO: a.m. Point of Beginning thus described run Section 9, Township 6 South Rang. 22 25 and run South 367 feet; thence run BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA against you for the relief demanded In
.to 5:00: p.m., Monday through Friday, South 4 degrees, 42 minute and 02 East Bradford County Florida more East and parallel' with the North line of CIVIL ACTION NO: 89-387.CA the complaint or petition.
except legal holidays, at Department of seconds East parallel with the Westerly particularly described as follows: the South 1/2 of said Section 25 a FNB PROPERTIES INC., a Florida WITNESS my hand and seal of this

Environmental Regulation Northeast boundary of sold NE 1/4 of NW 1/4. Commence at the SE corner of sold SE distance of 2110.54 feet to tn. Easterly corporation, Plaintiff Court on the 11th day of December,
District Office, 3426 Bills Road Jacksonville 1346.09 feet to an Iron pip. on the 1/4 of SE 1/4 and thence run North 02*05' right-of-way line of Sat. Rood No. 21; vsALBERT 1989.
Florida 32207. Southerly boundary of said NE 1/4 of NW West along the Easterly boundary thence continue East a distance of 1392.0 F. YOUNG. JR.; The Unknown RAY NORMAN
I tchg 12/14.; Cant. No.321 1/4; thence South 87 degrees. 14 thereof a distance of 639.75 feet to pointof feet; thence run South 6345" East 322.0 Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, Assignees, Clerk of the Circuit Court

minutes and 28 seconds West along last beginning; from point of beginning feet; thence run South 35'30' West 578.0 Lienors, Creditors Trustees of Other By Carol Williams Deputy Clerk
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO aforesaid Southerly boundary. 100.37 thus described., run South 86*28' West a feet; thence run South 270' West 128.7 Claimants claiming by through underor 12/14 4tchg 1/04; Cont. No. 327

REGISTER feet to an Iron pipe at the Southeast corner distance of 200 feet to a point, run feet; thence run South 05'00'East 348.00 against ALBERT F, YOUNG JR., whoIs
FICTITIOUS NAME of a parcel' described In Deed. Book thence North 0205' West and parallel to feet; thence run South 14'31' West 30 not known to be dead or alive' ; BAILEY' .
Pursuant to Section 863.09, Florida 4, Page 77 of the public records of said aforesaid Easterly boundary a distanceof feet; thence run South 78'31'09" West ADVERTISING; and ROYAL APPLIANCE

Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the County (said Southeast corner being 218 feet to a point; run thence North 1834.20 feet to a concrete monument on MFG.. CO.; Defendants.
undersigned., TOD J. SAMONS. 336 N. 525.00 feet Easterly of the Southwest 8628' East a distance of 200 feet to the Easterly right-of-way line of said NOTICE OF ACTION
St. Clair St., Storke, Florida 32091 sole corner of said NE 1/4 of NW 1/4)); thence aforesaid Easterly boundary; run thence State Road No 21; said concrete. monument TO: ROYAL APPLIANCE MFG. CO., an
owner doing business under the firm North 4 degrees 42 minute and 02 South 0205' East along sold Easterly being 1550 feet Southerly a* Ohio corporation not authorized to do
name of AMERICAN HORSE TRADER seconds West along the Easterly boundary boundary a distance of 218 feet to point measured along said Easterly right-of-. business In the State of Florida. John A. STARKE

MAGAZINE 336 N. St. Clair St., Starke, of said parcel and parallel with said of beginning.will way line, from a point 367 feet South of Batch President and Registered Agent,
Florida 32091 Intends to register said Westerly boundary. 420.0 feet to an Iron be sold at public auction to the the North line of the South 1/2 of sold 27007 Wolf Road Bay Village, Ohio CHURCH OF GOD I

fictitious name under the aforesaid pipe at the Northeast corner of said highest and best bidder for cash said Section and said concrete monument 44140. 422 N. St. Clair 964-5449 ,
statute. parcel; thence South 87 degrees. 14 ale to be held In the lobby of the Bradford being the Point of Beginning of this YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to John Spratlln. Pastor ;
Dated this 14th day of December A.D. minutes and 28 seconds West along the County Courthouse, Starke, Florida description. ((1)) Thence run North foreclose a mortgage encumbering the
In Bradford County Florida. Northerly boundary of said parcel and on the 2nd day of January. 1990 at 11:00 78"31'09" East 1613.13 feet to a concrete following property In Bradford County, I Wo Invite you to worship with us

12/14 4tpd 1/04; Cant. No.320 parallel with the Southerly boundary of monument In the approximate ordinary Florida: Attended Nursery
...", sold NE 1/4 of NW 1/4. 172.21 feet to an a.m.Sold sale .hall be mad. pursuant to a high water line of Lake Geneva; ((2)) A parcel of land containing 1.00 acres, Sunday School ._?____? 10 am
. Iron pip.; thence North 4 degrees. 42 Final Judgement entered In the above Thence run along sold high water line. more or less, and lying in the SE 114 of Morning Worship ._??_?__. 11 am
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Evening Service ._. _..... ..._ 6
REGISTER with minutes and 02 seconds West parallel entitled action on the 27th day of with the following courses and ""' .--NT........._v.-.-.... .....?...........-.......... "'.-y-'>1\_pm. .
said Westerly boundary 928.27 feetto November '
FICTITIOUS 1989. distances:: South 2353 22" West 217.65
NOTICE IS NAME an Iron pipe on the aforesaid! Southerly DATED this 30th day of November feet; South 05'06'10" East 123.91 feet;
undersigned GIVEN. that the boundary of the right-of-way of County 1989. ((3)) Thence leave' said high water line PUBLIC NOTICEThe
desiring to engage In Road 100-A; thence North 87 degrees, RAY NORMAN. and run South 79*57'46" West 315.22
business under the fictitious of Town of Brooker Florida will hold an election: on February
name ,
41 minutes and 56 seconds East
WESTERN along Clerk of the Circuit Court feet; ((4)) Thence run North 11'09'42"West
at number FAMILY STEAKHOUSE last aforesaid Southerly boundary. By: Carol Williams Deputy Clerk 242.68 feet to a point 50 feet shorton 13,1990, for the following offices: Mayor one year term
1100 S.
of Starke, Florida Walnut Intends to St.register. In the City the -272' _67 feet 'ta the Point of Beginning. 12/07 2tchg 12/14, Control No.301 this bearin of call ((1)) of this description Council Seat No. 5 one year term Council Seats No. 1 and 2 I

said nom. with the Clerk of the Circuit YOU ARE REQUIRED to file writ ; ((5)) Thence run South 78'31'09"West two year teon.Candidates .
Court of Bradford County, Florida. ten defenses. If any to this action with IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH and parallel with Call ((1)) a distance of may qualify to run for the above offices during normal
.** the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and fore JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR 1160 feet more or less, to the East .
right- 12:00
Dated at Claremont N.C.. this 8th day business hours: Monday, Friday & Saturday. 9:00: a.m. to : "'"t
..flief-September' -f. <. M Bradford County Florida ord| serve o BRADFORD COUNTY: FLORIDA _et.. of-wayline of State Road No. 21; ((6)) noon beginning December 26,1989, ending December, 1989J;
thereofUpon,the ettorney-for"'. '-r-uCASENO.e9-360-CA: "Thence'run .
MOW/ ...-.. i :. "WESTERNSTEERFAMILY'STEAKHOUSE copy North 25 18'42" Wast and .t
Plaintiff' who Isr -" FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ; along 'the said East right-of-way 'a All qualify papers must be received: at Town Hall by noon.

Richard Craft Vice President JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. Esquire ASSOCIATION OF PUTNAM COUNTY, distance of 60 feet, more or less, to the December, 1989
11/30 12/21 Johnny R. Hobbs .Jr., P.A. Plaintiff Point of Beginning and to close. Town Clerk
Control No 689 P.O. Drawer 938.:; Stark. FL 32091 vs. TOGETHER WITH all of the property lying Charlene Thomas
((904)964-5700) JACK W. FAGAN and ANNE Y. FAGAN between the Easterly boundary of the
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, Tracey Elizabeth Smith, Hampton UnitesBy :,:>(:"(1n

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day at this party with a special <;

John Wilson Dolores Meng decorated cake made by her mother

Timothy PbontMS-ltlS Debbie Moore. The party was en-

Victory Baptist Church Joyed by some 20 relatives and -. '. ;

On Thursday Dec. 14, a covered friends. ".''J'

Wed September 30Tracey dish noon luncheon will be held at Other December birthdays: 3, I.

the Hampton Victory Baptist Brandy Johnson Christopher ,

Church. Everyone la Invited to at- Becker; 4, Kristin Bradley Jennifer -

Elizabeth Smith, daughter! ing the same kind of flowers. Flower tend. Phifer, Clayton Archey Carlton .'

of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Smith of girl was Sarah Renee Wilson, the Hampton Baptist Christmas Program Meng; 5, Richard Tyler, Irvin

Starke, and John Timothy Wilson,, grooms daughter. Rhoden; 6 Linda Baker,4 Bobby

son of Col. and Mrs. William Wilsonof Attending the groom as best man On Sunday Dec. 17 the Hampton Howard Mien Rhoden; 7, Matilda I

I.awtey were united in marriage was Christopher Dougherty the Baptist Church will present a Rhoden; 9, Krlstopher Hinson,

Saturday Sept. 30, at 4 grooms nephew. Ushers were t Christmas musical program beginning Roger Mitzel Rodney Alan Car-

Reynolds Chapel, Camp Banding. Patrick Dougherty, Courtney at 7 p.m. This program will also michael 10 Sandra Aviles; 11,

The couple were united in marriageby Dougherty Randy Luke and Mark A M Mf4 be presented on Sunday, Dec. 24, at Joseph turiffis; 12, Billy Kyle.

Charlie Green. Patray.A 11 a.m. Hampton Elem. School

The chapel alter, flanked by f reception was held at The Of- Preceding the Dec. 17 program, a Please Save Labels: Labels from

seven-branch candelabra, held twl' ficer's Club at Camp Blanding. In covered dish dinner will begin at 5 the following products can be ,

arrangements of stock, the main room was a food table with p.m. The public Is Invited to attend redeemed by the school for useful

montecasino kyra roses, sonia arrangements of roses these: activities. equipment: Campbell's, Mrs. Paula

gcrbera daisies and snowdrift poms. montecasino, gerbera daisies, carnations Su-EI'i Host Party Vlassic Pepperidge Farms Maries

On adjoining sides of the chancel rail and lilies placed down its Virgil and Susie Walker entertained Dressing, Swanson and V-8.

were two urn arrangements of matching length. In front of the fireplace with a buffet dinner and musical Christmas Program:

flowers on white columns. whose mantel was decorated in program at Sa-El's Retirement On Thursday night, Dec. 7, large

Tree candelabra were placed in fresh greens and flowers was the Home on Friday night Dec. 8. group of relatives and students

either choir area. On the lower level brides table. The punch table was Residents of the home enjoyed the friends enjoyed their outdoor

were two six-foot columns holding placed in the corner of the main visit of relatives and friends. They Christmas program.Mrs. .

arrangements of the same flowers room. Tables for seating held arrangements .were presented with Christmas gifts Mary Ann Kyle School Prin-

and on the stairs leading to the altar of mixed flowers in the during the evening. cipal, welcomed all attending. Dirk

were two large urn arrangements on brides chosen colors. In the sun Dinner was served in the attrac- his band studentsIn

either side. Areaca palms were plac- room were tables which also held tive room recently constructed by several musical numbers.

ed at vantage points. The family fresh arrangements. Palms and Virgil. As a token of appreciation for This was followed by the partiCipation -

pews were marked with sprays of green plants were placed throughoutThe all his hard work at the home Virgil of all grades In singing a

fresh flowers. the club. was presented with the ;rtit of a variety of Christmas songs. They

Given in marriage by her father, bride's table had a three- carpenter's hammer by his wife, were directed in singing by their

the bride wore a gown of white tiered wedding cake, placed over a Susie. music Instructor Carole Stevenson.The .

bridal satin. Her bodice of alecon fountain, which had a fresh flower Gospel and Christmas music was program included a living

lace had a Sabrina neckline and puffed top and flowerrs spiraling down its played on the keyboard and guitars. Christmas tree. formation

sleeves accented in pearls. The sides and through the tiers. The base They accompanied the singing lighted flares made the

skirt of bridal satin was edged in was ringed in fresh flowers. The groups throughout the evening. a large tree while singing a medleyof

alecon lace which fell into a punch table held a champagne fountain Some 100 relatives and friends at- Christmas selections.

cathedral length train. She carried a encircled with fresh flowers tended the festivities. Highlighting the evening was the

contemporary styled cascade of the top held an arrangement of Visitors appearance of Santa from the

varigated English ivy, white bridal flowers to match. Mr. & Mrs.John T. Wilson Among weekend visitors of Mrs. darkened school rooftop. Hecame

roses and stephanotis. Her chapel Kelly Luke Lynn Whaley and Clifford Prevatt and Marcelline down, mingling with the little

length veil of illusion was attacted to Jana Revels cut the cake, while Min- Campbell were her son, Randy children, then disappeared again In-

a pearl crown. dy Whaley kept the bride's book. Campbell of Tallahassee and her to the darkness.

Attending the bride as maid of Following a wedding trip to St. Fashion Show Held Dec. 2 daughter and family, Marlene J.B., Mrs. Kyle thanked all who

honor was Sue Smith, sister of the Augustine, the couple is residing in Tiffany and Bryan adieux: ,of Som- assisted with the program,including

bride. She wore a tea length gown of Starke. For Snecial Persons Ministry merville S.C. Mrs. Stevenson and officer Gill of

aquarius blue satin with a scooped The bride graduated from Bradford Kenny and Angela Stoffer of the Bradford Sheriffs Department

neckline, puffed sleeves and a drop High School and is attending This special fashions for special Genoa Ohio spent several days last who has done volunteer Drug

princess waistline. She carried a Santa Fe Community College. She is On Saturday, Dec. 2, the St. people show benefits ministry of per- week with her brothers Paul and Awareness work at the school. They

crescent shaped bouquet of kyra presently employed by HRS in Augustine Diocesan Council of sons with disabilities.The Fran Meng and families. were presented with gift fruitbaskets

roses, peach enchantment lilies, Gainesville. The groom graduatedfrom Catholic Women sponsored a luncheon J Byron's store in Mandarin Kevin and Patti Meng, Christinaand in appreciation. Receiving

montecasino and stephanotis. Also Bradford High School in 1982, and fashion show at the San furnished clothing modeled by Daniel spent Monday Dec.11, special thanks also were Mr.

attending were Melissa Stringer and attended Santa Fe Community Col- Jose Cultural Center in Jackson- residents of the St. Augustine School with Patti's sister and family Schmidt Mark Hodges Sallye and

Christie Allen. They wore gowns lege and is now in Officer's Can- ville. for the Deaf and Blind Harbor Susan, Mike Suzanna Marlowe anciAndrew Randy Scoggins who have assistedin

similar to the maid of honor carry didate School at Camp Blanding. House and individuals of the area. of Lenoir, N.C. The special ways.

Following the luncheon a living Slaughter family were visiting School HolidaysTeachers

nativity scene was presented by Mike's parents Boots and Mel and students will have

Harbor House residents. Christmas Boyer, and other relatives at two weeks to enjoy the Christmas
.w carols were sung by groups and in- Oklawaha Fla.December holidays. Friday Dec. 15,will be the

& dividuals. Birthdays last day this year for children. They

\.t \' Attending the program from St. Lawrence and Teresa Meng will return to school Wednesday,

Edward's were Sophie Ktmutis hosted a dinner on Dec. 4 in celebra- Jan. 3, 1990. Teachers should be

jJK Mary Gissy, Betty Dazinski Pauline tion of Lawrence's birthday. Rebecca back Jan. 2nd for planning day.

Oeschger, Mary Humphries, Muriel Moore.also celebrated her birth-:

Gilhooly, Anne Gingras and Dolores

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\ BLENDSCANADIANSLITERCASE ?K 'Ul IN with the Clerk ol this Court either" before .

\'t 1,5 LITER/CASt \ service on plaintiff's attorney or Immediately

1ndent. i 1g e 76.50 'lngfenoof( 29.50 \ thereafter; otherwise a
.GAMAV HF"tJJOIAIS default will be entered against you
KENTUCKY BOURBON ."AIIVI"NON HI ANI' .WIIITF TINFANIWL't \ the relief demanded in the complaint or .

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BLACK LABEL 750 MlCASE s 7'< & Se.iies 1.5 LITER/CASE Court on the 11 th day of December,
\c YOUNG ID who is> not known to be 1989.
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; J@IB 1'1.. 98.95 = 47.00 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR ELZIE S. SANDERS and SANDRA P. Clerk of the Circuit Court
IITER/CASE WHITE ZINFANDEL \ SANDERS his wife; and you ore requiredto By: Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk

\ 750 ML./CASE \ CIVIL ACTION NO. 89-383-CA serve a copy of your written defenses, 12/14 4tchg 1/04;Cont. No. 32!
If any to It on Kent Ridge I Crawford
'YEXTRA 76.75 "'.,rsgue 34.00 \ corporation. Plaintiff plaintiff' attorney, whose address Is:
\Y Bl I ENDED WHISKEY .HHIJT .WHlTr ..PINK01 n DUCK \ v 225 Water Street Suite 900. Jacksonville IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH
ALBERT F. YOUNG... The Unknown
150 MWCA!>E Florida 32202 on or before JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, Assignees,
Windsor 70.75 UTTER't 112.50 January 12, 1990 and file the original BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA
Lienors, Creditors, Trustees or Other
Canadian HOME with the Clerk of this Court either before CIVIL ACTION NO. 89-279-CA
175 LITER/CASE .HHIJT .FIITHA DHV .HO' '( Claimants claiming by. through underor
\ service on plaintiff's attorney or Immediately FNB PROftKriES, INC.. a Florida
thereafter otherwise a Plaintiff
\ MUMM not known to be dead or alive; BAILEY ; corporation
CANADIAN 104.25 A11.H 213.75 default will be entered against you for v.
\ eCUNO N.V. \ ;; the relief demanded In the complaint a/fc/a
\t petition. YOUNG; rho Unknown Heirs, DeviseesGrontoe
danls. WITNESS my hand and seal of this *. Assignees, Llenor

Court on the llth day of December Creditor, Trustees or Other Claimanti
\ 1. ; : ROYAL APPLIANCE MFG. CO., an 1989. claiming by through, under or again
Ohio corporation not authorized to do
GINS/RUMS/VODKASGilbey's Clerk of the Circuit Court known to be doad or alive: KIERT SUN
business I In the State of Florida. John A.
DISTILLED DRY By: Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk DUSADEE and CRISANTA V. SUN
Batch President and Registered' Agent
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76.75 27007 Wolf Road Bay Village, Ohio
CORPORATION a Florida corporation
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foreclose a mortgage encumbering
82.95 ;
Ii following in Bradford County,
1 of Block 1 of
Parcel One: Let 5
\ ( 94.6 PROOF corporation. Plaintiff Ohio corporation not authorized to d<
Highway Addition to Stark. AND Lot I of
\ t }'rary/r11f! 140.50 c' .,,{ a \ business In the Slate of Florida, John'A
Block E EXCEPT South 10 feet of East 146 vs.ALBERT
\ .. IMPORTED GIN 750 ML./CASE *. +rfr' 1I feet and EXCEPT East 84 feet of North 41 F. YOUNG. JR., a/k/a FRANK Batch. President and Registered Agent
cir I bY' P' YOUNG; The Unknown Heirs, Devisees, 27007 Wolf Road Bay Village, Ohio.
WHITE & GOLD feet; and Lot between Blocks B and E.
\ CO \ Grantees. Assignee, llenors, 44140.
EXCEPT East 84 'feet; and Lot 2 of Block E.
i e 76.75RICAN Creditors, Trustees or Other Claimants YOU ARE NOTIFIED that action
\ JIM PUERTO //yi \ EXCEPT 146 feet and North 2 feet of Lot
1.75 LITER/CASE claiming by. through, under or against foreclose a mortgage; encumbering the
EXCEPT East 146 feet
3. Block E, as plat
\ i i 1 \ ALBERT F. YOUNG. JR., who I I. not following property In Bradford County
.i: WHITE & GOLD of N.J. Jones Addition to the Town ofStork. .
\ y I cue 86.95 I .. (known to be dead or alive: BARNETT Florida: -

PUERTO Clark RECOVERY CORPORATION a Florida lot 5. 6. 7, and 8 of Block 12. Origins
'LU Parcel Two Situated' at 321
\ RICAN jGLIFG LITER/CASE JU'' M" \ : corporation f/k/a State Wide Collection Town Starke/ except the East 103 fee
Starke, Florida and described as
\ i 80 PROOF p : \ Street Corporation: CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA; thereof Section 26. Township South
follows: The lots, pieces or parcels of
( and ROYAL APPLIANCES MFG. CO. Range 22 East Bradford County Florida
land situated In the County of Bradford
LITER ,. __.
.v has been filed against ALBERT F
i you
\ VOnEA 1.75 CASE \ State of Florida known and described as Defendants.NOTICE
RONI p of Lot ;
follows: to-wlt: East 84 feet I.
\ 750 MUCASE ( \ : ROYAL APPLIANCE MFG. CO., on Unknown Heirs D.viseesGrant.s.
Block E as or plat of N.J. Jones'
4-i' per map Ohio corporation not authorized to do llenors, Creditors
Stolichnaya 130.95 x; \ Addition as recorded In Deed Book N at Assignees Trustee
business In the Slate of Florida John A.' or Other Claimants' claiming by
IMPORTED VODKA h PLUIORIGN Page 379 of the current public records of
Batch President and Registered Agent through under or against ALBERT F
Florida. ALSO
Bradford County beginning
said Block E 27007 Wolf Road Bay .Village, Ohio YOUNG. JR., who I I. not known to bdead <
ot NE corner of Lot 1,
14140.YOU. or alive; KIERT SUNDUSADEE one
and with
and run Northerly parallel
ARE NOTIFIED that an action to CRISANTA V. SUNOUSADEE. his wife
use Clark Street S2.S feet more or less to
\ \ foreclose a mortgage encumbering the BARNETT RECOVERY CORPORATION, i
> / I South side of Block B of N.J. Jones'Addition
following In Bradford County Florida f/k/a
property corporation State Wide
s \ thence run Westerly along South .
CORDIALS Florida: Collection Corporation and CITY Of
tiefirnssy of 84
side ol sold Block 8, a distance ol
Lot 4. Block 2 l HIGHWAY ADDITIONto STARKE FLORIDA; and you are require
BHANDY feet thence run Southerly parallel with
CHRISTIAN Starke. EXCEPT North 10 feet thereof" to serve a copy of your written defense
Clark Street distance of 52.51..t more
<-= 82.95 a per plat In Plat Book 2 at page 16 public II any. to It on Kent, Ridge t Crawford '
\ BROTHERS \ or less to North edge of said lot 1 of
SCOTCHES 750 ML./CASE the records of Bradford County Florida. glalntlff' attorney, whose address Is I
Block E, thence run Easterly along
hoe been filed ogalnit you. ALBERT F. 225 Water Street Suite 900. Jacksonville
ixve.D..RARE SCOT ML190./CASE50 North side of sold Lot I of Block E a YOUNG JR.. a/k/a FRANK YOUNG; The Florida 32203. on or before .
\ ; Henncssy .
>" distance of 84 feet to point of beginning
'f'7675 Unknown Heir, Devisee, Grantees.Assignees January 12. 1990 and file the' arlglna
all being in SE 1/4 of SW 1/4, Section 2S.Town.hlp ,
OUSS"LITER7cASE V.S. COGNA llenors. Creditor, Trustee with the' Clerk of this Court either befors
6 South Range 22 Eost.Parcel .
\ SCHNAPPS or Other Claimant claiming by service on plaintiff, hnedlately .. '
attorney or
l A Three: All ol lot Six and the ALBERT ;
under -against F. '
through thereafter otherwiselefaull
/ riI.'s102.95 70.00 ; 't
South 50 feet of lot Seven of Block One,
: 'who I known to a..
ePE1w YOUNG JR.. I. not will .,. entered again td.he ,
f" you
lit.PEACH 750 ML CASE of HIGHWAY ADDITION to hs Town 'dStork.
\ 'Sf'oTC/6 fiPEt AL RESERVE ewI'a \ J3d!:::!lY'r BARNETT RFCOVERY CORPORATION relief d.mond.cllri the' complaint Ospetition.
., according to the plot thereof "
Florida -
a corporation f
', 1 \ recorded In the' office of the Clerk of ,the. ,
J f'lElll@ l"1CASE50 ( 82.95CHFAM Circuit Court of Bradford County Stole Wide Collection Corporation; and WITNESS my hood ;pnd cool! ?} trli ,
\ CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA; and you ererequired Court on ..11w; H h day of DecembW
.. ..:::. r t.A&TfC1: a f REGULAR al: BANANA Florida In Plat Book No. 2. page 16. to serve a copy of your written 989. .
V COFFEE LIQUEURS \ has .been filed against you, ALBERT f.
16 PHOOII defenses if any to It on Kent, Ridge a lAY NORMAN
JR.,o/k/o FRANK YOUNG The,
154.50 whose od-
152.9" Crawford plaintifl'sattarney Clerk" of the Circuit CoupBy
MALT SCOTCH Heirs, Dovisees. Grantees,
\ 750 MLCASEGLENFORRES \ Unknown :dress I I. 229 Water Street, Suit 900. : Carol William, Deputy Cent '
750 MLICASI Creditor, Trusteesor
12 ViI. OlD Assignees, Lleiiors, before
Jacksonville. Florida :33202 on or 12/14 4tchg 1/04;Cant No.3: *
Other Claimant claiming by
January 12, 1990. and file the' original ,
through under or against ALBERT f.


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I Lady Tornadoes Roll Over Lady Trojans.,. EHS I

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The Bradford High girls, now 4-1, the BHS girls were down by seven at period. Annette Simmons and Tara Jackson away from her as much as possible. 70-15 by a rebuilding Gainesville
went 73-62 by Hamilton County High the half and It could have been BHS went on an eight point run in 4 each and Kendra Butler 2.Monika a..d1..d la 14 ii M nHfrntHfuCmtaOf High team last Thursday.The .
and 70-15( by Gainesville Eastside worse. The BHS team stood around, the third period to gain the advan- Williams has 21 assists M II II It MSradlwrfl BHS five simply came down
this week. "...waiting for someone else to do tage. Before that, it was a seesaw OWM Maimaa"""',Arnwn*SlmnwM and allowed Eastside
Aurilla Williams 12, Kendra Butler .-.... Martin WlIU._ ,../.-... KMd.s SutUrfleM. got in a zone to
it," said Slater. battle with the teams taking turns and Rhonda Bright 10 each, and An- ShaiMla SrifM .-./..... Ivwt CwliiftMre14. shoot in the second half, said Coach
Upcoming... BHS, which beat Hamilton High going ahead by one point. nette Simmons 8, according to BHS TOT Jadim ,."..., *..iII. Willi.... Slater.
Tomorrow (Friday, Dec. 15) the 65-63 in the preseason tournament Monika Williams fed BHS with 18 records. 54/Ala.,....,...,...n. _4 17 M 17 II 7 t
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BUS girls travel to Live Oak for 5 there was down 14-12 after the first points, Aurilla Williams had 16, Crystal Troallle of Hamilton led lUmllmi a-e/ta CfniHl, II..*.'Tto_Jatkim_t-1/S-IJ S4. ,CryrtalTmllhl SrimwOntimm 0._...._.... 4 I 4 IIradtadi
(JV) and 6:30: games with period and 35-26 at the half. Evette Covington 14, and Rhonda the .. ....II-U. TWM litoM *.tI... lmh Own Nom.s. t-t/H.M.IM. William
pm. scoring with 23 points down ........ 1.11.,.".... _....SHahlS-M. .
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Jan. 4, the girls host mss,cause turnovers,and had 14 rebounds, first game.Coach Slater had a guardon I-./...'...1.,*.-./..7..
Gainesville High in a District 5-3A outscore Hamilton; 18-11 in the Monika Williams 13, Aurilla Troaille to keep the basketball BUS 70 Eastsided 15 Odimvlll .....Id.' .I..w.. ..... ,."..., DSmlHi. ,
game. The JV game is at 6 p.m., the) third period; and 29-16 in the fourth Williams and Rhonda Bright 8 each. The Bradford girls easily went. '1.1.0/.7.....1...1/t.. MMdlrton' '/ > 1 Una 1-0-1.'''.1.

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Friday Jan. 5, BHS goes to J
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BUS 73 Hamilton 62 When are out school

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Tornado WrestlersAre

Perfect at 3-0

Tornado wrestlers are making It a match In points until the last few

clean sweep this season,as they con- seconds, but finally lost, 11-10.
quered Jacksonville Episcopal 43-25 Eddie Siegmund made the

Tuesday night, December 12, In quickest pin, In 47 seconds,wrestling I '
Jacksonville."It In the 1341b class. I

was a close match, a tough individual match results follow: /
match that could have 1 I
gone either
.neterin.letocoeelM 1 ; /
way, said Coach Brett I
Several ndirldual.l matches went > -A"e>w....... WM k,pta. ....
down ,* ",-_ Crawlare1.weiOecHiitoel. ebt
to and were decided in .!!! ..! ..... ..... vT'tl s
the last few seconds, he said. '* IW-Jeraety- Cmrfere1, ...)ay eta. l.M.
It was the best Showing Episcopal 190--.lev Jxobm, .... ay 4e has made this year. ,M-I.........._. wan by pM. 4IM ir
Brad -Tim'......we hy pl., lilt .
Hamilton, wrestling in the I'*-Mm o.WI_.wen._.... pin ViiJ ,
160 pound class, two classes above m-Ka."le te.wen ey ...."...., 11IM '' it n
his actual 145 pounds, defeated -In4 Homlheii, Wan by d4.Iy. II-' / I// II
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strong in Ml-Hay Trimble bit ay SIPInsPMIIIp
opponent a close decision Crawler1, .... ky pin,4illMO
139. -Clint ...*. leaf ky....1...*..-lllff
"I gave Brad. ajougher opponent!! 11.-0.., 5..r.w.v byad.l1 '

to keep him in strong competition so' _VMd/p....... IL ,.r
he will continue to improve > -Jam ........we*ky fin fill
, said. !>._1 Kwemao atranf w.s ky...."....41IMAiMV
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In the 220 lb. class, Clint Reed had IM-leeto*Merfea,we* ky phi liW

his best match to date. It is starting The next match Is at home, .
to come together for him, the coach against Macclenny today (Thurs- .

said. day, Dec. 14)). The match will beginat .,.)1 _
Joel Jacobsen, at 130 Ibs could 6 p.m. because of the football ban-
have gone either way. He fed the quet scheduled that same night.
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BUS Falls to Baker The 1989-90 Bradford High Varsity Basketball Team...

Members of the 1989-90 Bradford High varsity basketball team are Standing: Keith Jenkins, manager; Samuel Johnson, Allen Jenkins,
I (l-r): James McNeal, Terry Berry Kevin Finch Chris Dlnklns, Shaun Nichols,
Kneeling: Kelvin Lane manager; Clarence Williams, Reggie SherCharlie'' Brown, Donnie Francis Alvin Jenkins Andre Williams,

Defeats Clay, HCS field Pedro Carter, Truin Blye, Wendell Hudson. manager and Coach Rowland Cummings.LOOKffNG .

Baker High is 3-0 against Bradford come was never seriously in doubt.A .

County High this year after the big first period put BHS up 27-18 ? Check the Classifieds!
Wildcat five went 76-74 by the Tor- and the margin grew to as much as ana
nadoes on a basket by Henry Reed 12 points. BUS led 49-40 at the half
with two seconds on the clock. and 71-61: after the third period.

Baker won the regular season foot- Bradford forgot to play defense or
ball game, the football play-off, and was too tired In the fourth period and
now the first basketball let up a little In the third period, said
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Bradford's the basket Pedro with Carter 15 seconds on a driveto re- hand center In Wendell the scoring Hudson column with led by 27 L _---l! L escl.uuln4reWaFtaesESt L i t L.:X229:. _j 1 ,!;DiialCwnclte ?-'-' !i p.rn.

maining in the,game, but Carter points and 8 rebounds. Pedro Carter
missed the free throw. Baker re- scored 19 points and Truin Blye 14.

bounded and Bradford fouled at mid- Clarence Williams had 8 rebounds, HOME ENTERTAINMENT CONCEPTSDeerfoot
court as Carter guarded the Baker Carter 7, Reggie Sheffield and Kevin

player closely.Bradford Finch 4 each, Donnie Francis 2, ,
had not yet reached the Terry Berry and Truin Blye 1 each.
free throw bonus limit (five fouls), Francis had 8 assists, Sheffield Center Starke FL 964-6946

so Baker got the basketball outside and Carter 4, Hudson, Clarence ,

with seven seconds remaining. Williams, and Charlie Brown 2 each. ... Wawlnpw-wns.rM.
Despite Bradford efforts, Baker in- Clarence Williams led with 3 Financing Available FM/AM
bounded the ball, and the player who steals, Hudson and Blye had 2 each, !" No Money Down Electronic Digital Clock Radio

received the pass In turn, made a and Charlie Brown 1. 'v Extra Special! I IA 01 W.brine good tMflg' *to'lite /

short pass in to Henry Reed, who The Hamilton rally was led by Cash \ .
dribbled into the paint at the cornerof Tony McKire who began hitting 13" GE $189 S IITJ

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winning basket, with two seconds ended up with 34 points including P 4N7...,.KY
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first Bradford period.was Baker up won 18-10 the after second the BUS 81 Clay High 61 any CE TV in stock = Tuner/Cassette Player e. '

period 22-20 and the third 26-20 to tie The hot hand of Wendell Hudson Thurs.Fri.orSat. Ol tv bftfitj good tfino lolfl .,... .-.-- .-
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10 at one point. Baker was up by 8, In Green Cove Springs. get in -. -. ,

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and had 11 rebounds. Reed, who has Hudson's 32 points, mostly comingon ( ;C m.n.narydo- I i
played only three games, scored 34 inside bank shots, are a career $ 94.95 wnla.1kdo.vsI35LMM1MOflw l
points against Hilliard and 22 high. Clay was up by one 15-14 after Electronic Digital Clock Radio Hay modi tor;ConwnMm SAW. HO cwry Mad MnpJKlu -
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Baker's record at 2-2. the half. low-allhouatla atyllng with wood grain' IIn.ti, on. ,r ovttonil' ;AC IdipWninot.OfW-. )
after 2-1 week. Hudson's hot hand aided polystyrene.Alarm..t1ndle.'o'o' let you a e Yw WxnMy.
Bradford is 4-1 a was by .
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Baker was not a district opponent. other Tornadoes chipping in. Truin __ SA .Including' Wake-to.Muilo or Alarm 39.95 IKS- .
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shoot over it or fight to get the Williams, and Donnie Francis 7. MlnIAM/FM/FMStereo/ 4L1MrMgpod lbk.prll/.. I
basketball inside. Md05.d ,14171111 .55 Cassette Player .
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trouble. Williams deserves a big pat J.d 5..5. IJ-0/0-7. CMM Fi.mH l-O-l und ojuaHtv' .sldW"Bathmate"
on the back, said Coach Cummings."I .....troll ,../..., -o _"n '....11-7. MM .. ..Le1Mry..d,
can't ask any more of a player. .W h '.'-'/1-11. e.. ... *.'''IIIH'. -
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4 ,m. Tuesday, Dec. 19. Win or '
the Hamilton Children's a !
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short last Friday 111nloT
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night Dec. 8, as the Tornadoes won (Silver Blvd).Turn right byMorrison's. : SSSyportabNltyesn '

91-90 in a game Indicates.not nearly as close as Springs. Once you take the right, MICROWAVECookARound. ..... :t. In QE*DCCMtMt .

the score all the down to an intersection I''
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I German pow Cemetary Dedicated at BlandingBy I

Mark Frledlln activity at the Camp In prepara-
BCT Staff Writer tion for the opening of the World i w ty WiM*
One of the little-known but War II Veterans Memorial Park >I/F yi i ivis .
terestlng facts about Camp and Historical Museum new ,
andlng during Its busiest interest has arisen In the fate of **,?*
ars during World War II wase the seven.
Incarceration of a group of Friday at Camp Blanding a
:rman prisoners of war at the ceremony was held to lJ> tils'. .* JJl'feUWJ"' '" *
imp and the burial of seven of commemorate their resting
elm number who died during places at Camp Blanding. led bya
ptivlly. chaplain from a Weat German -
.Based on records maintained Brigade who are currently In
the Quartermaster General In training! at the facility. The ceremony -
ashlngton D.C., a German was long and solemn, but
Isoner of war cemetery was Impressive In its mixture of the i .
cated at the camp from 1944 German and English languages.The 1 / i
rough 19-16. when the German German soldiers had r
ldler's remains were worked to clear, then landscapethe 4i'1 4-
sintered and moved to the cemetery, which Is located ,1 ti 4M 4 -
atlonal Cemetery at Fort near the old POW barracks In a
nnlng, Georgia. remote area of the sprawling ..
While at Blandtng. the '
facllltv"and received praise from
metery was located on the Camp Blanding officials for the
aln Post, east of the airfield In quality of their wcrk tradition .
I section of land between Dade being MI Important part of their a.z. ._...... '
id Towers roads. tralnll..;'and upbringing. ,'.
This small of Germans
group The first group of Perman
Iruggje+notes that In a was much making larger POWs came from the Panama M MSC Q fi' .rw V 1'v 'w ? ''i' -'. 'a
Canal zone and other Latin
Is have been +" ,,1' ,
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irgotten In the years that have xt.x ... .i ti.
assed but now with a frenzy of see r.SBI ..: 7 ,. e>tui.

iymLols of Respect... .,
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German troop fluid at attention a*their chaplin Intone*a memorial Mnlca r1 ; ..
I 9 German rOW'.who died In captivity at Camp Blanding during Weird War II. i
The troop built the cemetary: during training vUt here.
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Elmer Warren Williams, 30, was Jimmy Carrol Lee 34, was ar- Keystone Heights was arrested Dec.
Recent Fires Gut Recent ArrestsIn Juan Carlos Muniz, 25, for
was ar- warrant
arrested Dec. 9 for violation of pro- rested Dec. 6 for trespass after war 9 on a Clay county tag
Trailer & 2 Houses Bradford CountyThe abuse rested),Dec.according 8 for battery to Patrolman(spouse bation grand theft,according to Sgt. ning, disorderly Intoxication, accor- not assigned to vehicle He ,according released to
Rhoden. Bond set at ding to Danny Thrift. Bond Deputy Rhoden. was
was $5,000.
Firefighters were kept busy this following arrests were madein Gordon Smith. Police were called to was set at$300. after a$753 surety bond was posted.
week fighting fires in several areas Bradford County by local a disturbance on W. Call St. where
Janet Garber, 22, was ar- Carter, 33, of
Lynn Louise
of the No injuries were authorities. Muniz who had been drinking, had Karen
county.. kicked in the bathroom door and hit rested Dec. 10 on a capais from Timothy Henery Byers,29,was arrested Jacksonville was arrested Dec. 9 for
his wife(she had a bruise next to her Alachua county for worthless check Dec. 7 for violation of Deputy driving under influence, refusing to
13 a wooden frame structurewas Kenneth Eugene Mack, 26, of right eye), according to the report. and failure to appear for worthless tion arson, according to sign citation, resisting arrest
destroyed by fire in the early Lawtey was arrested Dec.9 for deal Muniz was released after a $500 check, according to Deputy Jason Gene Lee. Bond was set at $2,000. without violence, according to
morning hours. The house, belong- ing in stolen property, according to surety bond was posted. Bennett. She was released after a Traffic Patrolman Bill Brown. Carter's
ing to James Silcox, located two Lt. David Aderholt. Mack allegedlysold $1,000 surety bond was posted. vehicle was stopped for erratic driv-
miles east of Starke on SR-16, was a VCR tape to another individual Verna Dorothy Werre, 69, of Calvin Elwood Padgett, 43, of Stanley Dexter Brown 22, was arrested ing.Bond
unoccupied. According to Chief which had been solen froma Hampton was arrested Dec. 8 on a Hampton was arrested Dec. 9 on a Dec. 5 for no valid driver'slicense was set at $1,275, she was
George Loznicko, Squad Five from residence along with a VCR in Clay County warrant for worthless capias for aggravated battery, according improper tag, according to released on her own recognizance.
Starke was first on the scene, with Nov. The VCR was recovered. check, according to Sgt. Harvey to Sgt. Rhoden. Bond was Deputy Roman. Alvarez. Bond was Wendy Rae Munz, 21, of Indianawas
set at
I.awtey Correctional and Heilborne Mack was released after a $1,000 Rhoden. She was released after a set at $500, he was released on his $500.Robert arrested Dec. 9 for expired tag,
Springs Volunteer Fire Departments surety bond was posted. $125 cash bond was posted. own recognizance. Brian Nugent, 29, of according to Deputy Bennett.

Dec. 11 a wood structure on US-301
east of the railroad tracks in Lawteywas
reported aflame at 10:28: p.m. /
The house was used for storage and
was unoccupied. Two engines from WinnDixie'HQRIZffi
the prison and Lawtey Volunteer
Fire Department responded to the
fire. _
Dec. 10 in the late afternoon two
pet poodles died in a trailer fire on
CR-225 two miles north of SR-100. COMPLETE YOUR SET OF
trailer occupied but there
The was
were no reported injuries. Respon-
ding were HSVFD,LCVFD and New

of the fires is to under Loznicka investigation, the cause by I STORE PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN.DIXIE LOCATION: OFFER ENDS DEC. 27, 1989.

the state fire marshal. HOURS STARKE
Three Men ArrestedFor 8 A.M.

Possession of Pot TIL

Three Lawtey men were arrested ,j. 11 P.M. You can depend on
Dec. 8 by officers of the sheriff's tow PRICES
department, all were charged with Winn-Dixie' for the FinestQuality

possession Chief Deputy of cannabis.Pat Henry and ChiefM. ,it Meats, Produce, >T

M. Jordan were conducting a Seafood and Delicatessan &

drug. investigation Henry stopped in a the vehicle Lawteyarea. for & ;' Bakery products for your '

running a stop sign.The vehicle was Holiday Table. NOBODY CAN Bl."Al
driven by Noah Kevin Moore with r t
passenger Michael Clifford Wilkerson. The Winn-Dixie family
Moore, 25, was arrested for ""
driving while license suspended and would like to wish yours a

his truck was search, according: to Merry Cnristmas and a Happy L
Lt. David A. Aderholt. In the vehicle
was found a baggie of marijuanaand New Year. L
a marijuana pipe. Moore and z i
Wilkerson, 27, were charged with
possession of less than 20 grams of OPEN CHRISTMAS EVE TIL 7 P.M. IL
cannabis and Moore was charged .g: ALL STORES CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY.
with possession of drug paraphernalia. \11 /; _
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While Chief Deputy Henry was $# '

Kenny talking Alli.i to Moore!Me, Moore's came up brother in a Ic-i r -. AT WINN-DIXIE, WE'RE WORKING TO GIVE YOU THE LOWEST TOTAL FOOD BILL! ,

vehicle. Aar<' I hat vehicle
revealed a Tijuana and ,
some burl. ... cigarettes, W-D BRAND REGULAR
said Aderholt. !Moore 26,was charged ':' -. te LBS. a UPPADBREASTED- W-D BRAND 10 LBS ft UP ,FROZEN
with possession of less than 20
grams of cannabis. -- KING;.
Wilkerson and Kenny Moore were I TURKEYS ( 'IAMB LEGS
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-- county sheriffs have join Manatee County Sheriff Charlie prisoners behind ban then see them rectlons officials use state ''I
ed in a suit by the Florida Sheriff's Wells organizer of the effort, said out on the streets again after servinga guidelines that offer a variety of early -
BUY HERE.'PAY HERE Association last week seeking to "We have taken this action becausewe few months of their sentence. release or"gain time"programs. II
stop the early release of Inmates believe the current system fails Filed In a Tallahassee circuit The basic program cuts ten days
WE.FINANCE. from Florida's overcrowded to protect the public." He was refer court the suit charges that the each month from the sentences of inmates I
prisons.The ring to the early release guidelines DOC's early release policy violatesthe who are convicted after July
sheriffs took the action now In effect that frequently allow Florida Constitution which
E-Z WHEELS AUTO SALESEasy despite a warning by Department of the convicted felon to serve only a allows only the Governor and his 1978.Under its present budget the state
Corrections Richard Dugger that the third of the sentence imposed by the Cabinet to commute prison has plans to add 9,368 prison beds by
Deals With E Z Wheels suit, if successful could lead to judge.Bradford. sentences.The next June. But this Increase will not
higher taxes to pay for a massive County Sheriff Kenneth State releases about 48,000 in- keep up with the expanding inmate
prison construction program Etheridge was among the associa- mates annually in order to comply population which Is expected to triple
throughout the state. Dug also tion members that backed the suit. with a lawsuit settlement that limits over the next five years becauseof
TOMMY BRAY ((904))964-7783 warned that the suit could force the He says it is frustrating to law en- prison population to 133 percent of heavy cocaine use and tougher
1320 N.Temple Avenue state to stop imprisoning criminals forcement officials to spend time capacity.In laws on drug trafficking.
Manager Starke. FL 32091 when existing facilities are filled up. and taxpayers' money putting order ta*tn v h.lnw the cap cor- Dugger said he would respond to
the sheriffs by drafting a bill that
would limit prison population by
reducing the length sentences for
some crimes, but predicted that it
would be even less popular with the
public than early release.
Regarding the sheriff's association
HOLIDAY bill he said "In my opinion it is
iAiS an Ill-advised, untimely and regret- I
table action."He said it would divert
attention from the State's recent I
measures to ease the crowding problem -
such as allocating money for
W-D SPECIAL TRIM 18,744 new prison beds.
Eliminating the early release pro
gram could force the state to spend
$3 billion for an additional 144,000
beds Dugger said. lie added that
WHOLESMOKED* operating a system that large would
.S.. ,' cost $7.5 million a day, up from $2
o r million daily at the present time.
"The only guarantee is that
eliminating gain time will raise
.. taxes" the DOC chief said.
Sheriff Etheridge says that even
\t with the addition of the temporary
4 -f ;, 7 \ wooden building at the county jail,
f't he has been running from 8 to 10 over
the 42-bed capacity when prisonerscome
if r.i ) in to serve weekend sentences.
"We have to put mattresses on the
J HAMS floor sometimes," he says.
Although some sheriffs arc skeptical
LB. of their bill passing the
Legislature, they say something
needed to be done lo draw attentionto
the legislators to the critical shortage
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CAPONS FRUITED HAMS. SHOULDER PICNICS. u> 97 TURKEY HAMS . n 17' CURE 81 HAMS . n $398 were Interred when war was
FRUITED PICNICS, STUFFED declared between the two

KOSHER TURKEYS. CANNED HAM .sze, $798 BONELESS HAMS LB. $348 CURED HAMS .L5. 2" surprise attack at Pearl llaihor
drew the United Stairs Into mi
active role In World! War II.
SELECT LEAN! FRESH W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE Camp Ulandlng was a natural
for first
selling prisonerofwarcamp
FRANKS orPIMENTO to be located In I'lorld.t
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BOSTON BUTT ROAST $298 W-D WHOLE HOG SLICED BACON. u prisoners before war's end.!
$157 .I. . La $178
PORK ROAST . u W-O BRAND U.S. CHOICE SAUSAGE . LB There were also another 3.000
SELECT LEAN FRESH BEEF BONELESSTOP W-D W-D COOKED $299 men held In first 12. Mini 15
BOSTON BUTT SIRLOIN BREAKFAST LINK HAM . . 11,: "branch ramps" In North Z

PORK STEAKS u $177 STEAK . La $397 SAUSAGE. . 20S"E$338 W.iRcitEISpPED2'ML) stale's Florida.agriculture They provided, lumbering, t the/
MEATS . canning a
WHOLE BONELESS $298 PORK 97C SMOKED $599 .G much-needed source i>( labor

PORK LOINS . it SAUSAGE . La SAUSAGE . PNG during the war years, when most
'IS males from ages/ 18-25 were ?
HARVESTFRESH en lI"tctlln, I the armed forces.
II 3 fB I I The unique problems laced: by
the personnel l administering/
a- IXDW's at Camp Illandlng makesup
-,- an Interesting story In Itself.
ceI PRODUCE The military personnel at Camp
.t! v...:., Ulandlng were forced lo deal

I I I I I I i with many different types of
I WE HAVE HOLIDAY FRUIT BASKETS. prisoners many of host were
SEE YOUR PRODUCE MANAGER. difficult to control.
EVEFIyDAY It 1 _s I At first there was the mixture' of
Low PRICE EvW a1f enemy aliens from Latin 3
SWEET ft JUICYPINEAPPLES America a troubled group of
military personnel and civilians
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1252-E South Walnut St. South 301 Plaza
Starke. FL 32091
(904)) 964-6131
By Joe CUty Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9-6

donated aCT Staff almost WrttcrEmployees of$700 Wal-Mart to the Bradford have WE TAKE TRADE-INS ON AS NEW VACUUM OR

Association of Retarded Citizens for
use in their Christmas observances. SEWING MACHINEHOOVER.
Sunshine Industries has some 65
clients in training and doing productive
work at its shop in the Industrial .
Park on SR-100 South. ...u HOOVER.Elite" ?
They have also placed several ; Concept One
clients in productive jobs in Industries : 350 Upright SelfPropelledCleaning
in Bradford County and Cleaner System

have an service ongoing for training developmental and placement Wal-Mart Employees Donate to BARC Sunshine Industries... Powerful Powerful

disabled citizens. Bob I-arimer receives a check for KM from the Presenting the check Is Assistant Store Manager 5.0 Amp Motor! 6.3 Amp Motor
SI Director Bob Larimer, in ac- employees of Wal-Mart,a.a contribution to the BradJoho Schaller. at employees look on. WalMartford
cepting the check from Assistant Association of Retarded Citizens Sunshine Inemployees have raised the money over a period of Lightweight i.Ouedallex"'aoItalDr
... several weeks, mostly from personal donations Brushed.dgi cleaning Brushed edge cleaning
Store Manager John Schaller noted dustries for their Chri tm fund. a car .
this fact and said "you may well be W. K and bake sale. both tide 18 qt disposable! adapta bag
Top-fll easy change bag .Autom rtcaty
seeing some of our clients working molt carpet
2-tevel automatic height to
here with you sometime soon." 'PwcE WISE
Wal-Mart stores occasionallyselect Check theClassifieds FOREMOST. + Sale Headlight djustmem
a month for employees to plan Y.tot.u, Prices 20 n.cord/quick release
fund raising events to donate to Start Furniture, guard
needy local charities according tc combine fb bring you
store Robert Garrett. 1214WEEK a--
manager LOWER PRICES! s

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next four war years were a much : 15.99 750 II
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that Included sailors taken off I Seagram : h ., 2.2 Peak HP Motor
onslsted of "confused and Ca adlolHUIer, : ; ,tx: 11.99 175 -
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FCADhUON year... about Instant wrinkle remover?
Some of my latest fantasies: a Hey, that's the ticket.. t riding vacumn, a car answering Speaking of tickets,what about Instant
machine, a self-cleaning: kitchen speed vanishers.Oh,yes,thereis
floor, bathtub, window a market for this too. You see
J T How about some new instant products when you drive by going a 'littlelover
am" ; J"v .\ ? Instant spray panty hose the speed limit and suddenly
'taii (that never run), instant make-up notice a patrolman beside you, a
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idea is available, O. K. I'm not certainly brighten that situation and
picky. Instant car keys. Believe me, do the trick.
this is a good idea. After my latest On the more serious side, what
misfortune of locking my keys in the about instant hugs. I'll put in my
car and buying groceries, only to order for a year supply. Instant
find the car locked, standing in the smiles,warm ieelings,joy,love we
pouring rain. Get the picture? NeedI already have these,from our Instant

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Why is it that everything God.Merry Christmas.
., i rfirv''a marketed instant is either, food or
cleaning products? Written by Phyllis Carver, Dec. 9,
/ Now don't for one minute get the 1989.

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I ObituariesBerlon ChiropracticV Center

Edward Keats is also survived by 6 grand- John Huey Dees Card of ThanksThe OVER 700 INSURANCE Dr. V A. Berry

"Ed" WatsonMr. children Funeral and services 5 great for grandchildren.Mrs. Keats John Huey Dees, 81, of Lawtey family of Rowell Prevatt COMPANIES ACCEPTED
died Tuesday in the Baptist MedicalCenter would like to sincere AUTO ACCIDENTS WORK
express appreciation INJURIES
Berlon Edward"Ed"Watson, were held Wednesday, Dec. 13, at 4pm.
in Jacksonville
following an to all who remembered us
50 Starke died Anne's Church, .
or Saturday morning at St. Episcopal
extended illness. In visits, flowers, food and
his with Rev. Graf-
.Dec. 9,at home following an Keystone Heights,
Born in Hamilton ,
County calls. Special thanks to Dr.
attack. ton McFadden officiating.
Dees has lived in Union County for Hernandez for being so honest with
will be at later date in Deltona
a the last S3 He was a retired us to what
years. explain we were facing.
Born and raised In Wilson N.C. Memorial Gardens, Deltona, under
correctional officer from the Union Thanks to the nurses and aides at 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE9648O18
he'was the son of the late Elmer the direction of the Maring Funeral
Correctional Institution and was a Bradford Hospital thanks to Rev.
Watson and Mrs. Laura Watson of Home, Hwy 26, Melrose. member of the Pine Grove Con- O'Berry and Rev. Lester; Austin and
Lucoma, N.C. He attended school Those who desire to do so may gregational Methodist Church. to Jones Funeral Home and their
there and moved to Gainesville,then make contributions to St. Anne's Survivors Include two daughters staff 864 N. Temple. Starke (Across from Pizza Hut)
to Starke eight years ago, where he Episcopal Church Memorial Fund in Millie Dees of Jacksonville andAline The of Rowell Prevatt
was employed by the New River memory of Ethel Maud Keats, P.O. Mullins of Moultrie, Ga. one Family _. ._..... .__ _. Iff
Prison System in the laundry. He Box 192,Keystone Heights,FL 32656. son, Richard Dees of Lawtey;; one
was of the Baptist faith. sister, Maggie Ogburn of Lake City; TERWILLEGAR'S QUICK LUBE
Aaron A. Kelly 6 grandchildren and 10 great grand-
Survivors Include one son, Ed- children.
ward Watson of Wilson, N.C.; two Funeral services will be held Funeral services were held Friday 150 W. Madison St.
daughters, Mrs. Lisa College of Saturday, Dec. 16, at 12 p.m. in the morning at 11:30 a.m. in the chapelof
North Carolina and Mrs. Rachel Olivet Baptist Church in Lake City, Archer Funeral Home of Lake Starke 9649OOO1O
Boyette of Taylor, S.C.; his mother, with the Rev. Dr.Roosevelt Dell,Jr. Butler with the Rev. Mae White of- -
Mrs. Laura Watson of Lucoma, N.C. officiating Burial will follow In the ficiating. Burial was in Pine Grove -
Funeral services were held Tues- Memorial Cemetery in Lake City. Cemetery at Raiford. -,
day, Dec. 12, at-2 p.m. at the Chapelof
Archie Tanner Funeral Home Thank you... MINUTE OIL CHANGE1O I IE
with Rev. Gene Bass officiating. The family will receive friends at
Mrs. Willie wishes to thank the
Burial was in Crosby Lake the funeral home Friday, Dec. 15,

Cemetery chie Tanner under Funeral the direction Home. of Ar- from rangements 6:00: p.m.are under until 9 the Ar-of her community honor Sunday for appreciation at Mr. given Moriah In 1)) We Change Your Oil ((5 Qts.)

Combs Funeral Home, 400 East United Methodist Church. ] 2)) We Install A New Oil Filter E
bless of
God each
Street Lake May you.
Sharon Sue Ciener Washington City.
3)) We Lubricate the Entire Chassis S
Sharon Sue Ciener, 45, died Sun- D Coolant.
4)) We Check and Fill Radiator
day,Dec.10,at her home.She Is survived MINUTE
by three daughters, CynthiaAnn OIT. CHANGE! D 5)) We Check and Fill Transmission Fluid

Michelle Ciener Ciener of Sanford and Connie, Kimberly Lynn D 6)) We Check and Fill Brake Fluid =5

Ciener, both of Keystone Heights; w_ D 7)) We Check and Fill Power Steering Fluid

one Orlando son,; Brice her mother Emanual, Mrs.Ciener Edna of HZ011 D 8)) We Check and Fill Differential Fluid 55

Beck of Keystone Heights; two D 9)) We Check and Fill Battery
sisters Charlene Jones of Auburn-
dale and, Bonny Corley of Marietta, D 10)) We Check and Fill Window Washer Fluid

Ga. ..p-F1)We:Wash-Your Windshield t
held Mon- '
Memorial services
day.: <"<] Hospice of Nortfi Central Florida ". World Class D 12)) We Check Your Wiper Blades

First(between Baptist Sanford Church and In Geneva Titusville,Fla.). invites you to Protection- D 13)) We Inflate Your Tires to the

Private burial services will be held Proper Pressure .

at the a Maring later date Funeral under Home the direction,Melrose of, LIGHT UP A LIFEIn D 14)) We Vacuum the Interior

Fla. memory of a friend. a loved one or $20 95 D 15)) We Check Your Air Filter

Ethel Mae Keats to honor a special person in your lifeA D '16) We Check Your Breather ElementATTENTION

Mrs. Ethel Mae Keats, 91, who
resided at 6490 Woodland Drive, $5 or $15 donation to Hospice of North Central Florida purchases a
Keystone Heights,died Friday,Dec. holiday ornament or an angel with the name of your friend or loved a
8,at her home following an extended :
illness. one and hung on one of the Christmas trees on display in our area
born in Canada go' I Hunters 'Fishermen
Mrs. Keats was 0 Gainesville Oaks Mall +
and moved to Keystone Heights
o Heights Merchants & Southern Bank UI
from Deltona in 1983. She was a Keystone '
When you get truck or car In the
homemaker member of St. Annis o Starke Florida National Bank your
Episcopal Church of Keystone o Melrose Merchants & Southern Bank water, you need to change ONLY

Heights. o Live Oak Cheek and Scott Drugs a a the grease in the transfer_ notf Qg
Survivors include a daughter,
o Crescent City various merchant locations
Mrs. Jean Kennedy and one son, case and Front Ends on H
Walter Perrett Keats both of Van- bur contribututon will help Hospice continue to meet the needs of &x4'.. JL Ea.
couver, British Columbia; two terminally ill patients and their families.
sisters Alice Perrault, Goosebay, = 1113
Labrador,Canada and Edna Perrettof
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LIFE ft: PRAISE imnSIRIES ,"" and. their families. Enclosed is my check for
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FAMILY CHURCH In honor or In memory ofDonor's
Com experience the different( name M.D.
Schedule of Services:
Sunday Morning Worship : Address City Zip

10:30 am Make your checks'payable to Hospice of North Central Florida. All gifts Internal Medicine,
Sunday Evening Worship are tax-deductible. Return to:

7:00 pm Worship- PQ Box 15235. Gainesville. FL 32602. 6542 Triest Ave. (Off Commercial Circle) Ke stone Hei Ids
Wednesday Evening
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Pictured at right la the Jay Carver family:son Terry;daughters Vickie and KelU and wife Phyllis,at a flag ceremony
I performed by VFW Pout 8233: of Mlddlcburg!In honor of the late Carver'.toiutandlng work at a Clay County Install Your ;

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I Carver Honored in CeremonyClay ... I N Carpet, Before Santa Arrives! '

County officials and employees Cove Springs gave the Invoca- Carver served six years In the 5;{u;;,;,<,:'. ...;'A/>.,. .'> :; .I IVA"
along with family and tion. United States army earning the 1miif-t.,, .",TiDup: TiA991 I
lends, gathered In front of the "Jay" Carver was born Dec. 23, Good Conduct Medal and the "e"'e St''' ;
Clay County courthouse Nov. 21 1935 In Douglas Georgia, one of Sharpshooter Medal. g .
(to watch the flag being raised to 10 children, and died in Nov. Carver worked as Clay County :i ...... .. .. .
li.ilf-mast in honor of the late 1988 at the age of 54 leaving his engineer for six years prior to 'Z"r..,";">...'Alw.. 'w.%<'.".. .*..', ''
.:I.tines Thomas Carver. wife. Phyllis of Starke; a son. his death. lie was an engineerfor '.(Ay.'" .'..rrYJ"...., .<.("STAIN '. ....'.
VFW l'ostl8255# of Miclclleburg Terry of Orange Park and two 30 years with the Florida ; to MASTERII1,9tallgd" '
I performed the flag ceremony. daughters. KelU and Vickie Department of Transportation.Upon ; f .:1.:3\;: i :. .li' ..
I-lie flag was given to the countyby both of Jacksonville. retirement Carver workedas -
the family as a reminder of Clay County engineer. He
I'arver's years of "caring" for Carver was a member of the was known as an honest hard- NO WAX VINYL Indoor/Outdoor I
Flay County as county engineer. First United Methodist Churchof working team player by his' fel-
James Jett chairman of the Starke and served on the low workers. Jay was known as '
Play. County Commission. Board of Trustees was vice- a caring person In every aspectof TURF
jicakcr for the occasion termed president of the Methodist Men his life.Carver's. '
',Over a man of dedication to and was a leader In the church &UP '
ins |Job his family, and his over the years. He served as a favorite hobbles were
.. unliy. Rev. Joe Barrle of the Boy Scout leader while his son turkey hunting and vacationingwith $399
.:...untmltv. Chapel of Green was active In scouts. the mountains.his family particularly in $299 :

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sales as recorded In July section 6,T6S R22E $6,000. SWtt,section 12,T7S,R21E,$20,000. Patricia A.Harmon,Starke,lot 13 in Woodlawn, section 13, T5S, R22E, Gainesville,lot 12 Indian Beach less
totaled$1.128 million,topping the$1 Mark E.and Theresa G.Glisson to Glen E. Lourcey and Charles E. SWV4 section 26,T6S, R21E, $26,000. $20,000. 10' by 61' along SE edge, $75,000.
million mark for the 16th month in a Kenneth G. Morgan,SUrke,lots 1& Lourcey to Charles J. and Lillian E. Starke Cattle Co. to Jim and Martha O. and Hugh W. Craig R. Wieser to Dean L.
row, and keeping pace with last, 2, block 4, Security Home Sites subdivision Briggs and Allen L. Briggs, Bun- Peggy Godwin,Starke, 1.61 acres In Thistlethwaite to Wm. A. Bessent Weaver II, Keystone Heights,parcel
month which was$1.120 million and ,part of NWV4 of NWV4,sec- nell,parcel B 10.08 acres,S%of lot NWV of SWtt, section 20, T6S, III, SUrke.2.91 acres, north of Bes 3, 3.58 acres in Lakeside, north side
July of 1968 which was$1.404 million. tion 35,T6S, R22E, $5,500. 15 and S%of W4 lot 16,Woodlawn. R22E,$7,500.Henry sent Road in NWV4 of SWV4, section of Little Santa Fe lake, partly in
Values of transactions are figured Martin W. and Sally H. Gotta to section 31,T5S,R22E.$29' 000. Tanner to Paul R. Wright, 27,T6S, R22E, 15000. block 1, government lot 4 and partlyin
from the amount of documentary William M. and Betty J. Wayshner, Glen E. Lourcey and Charles E. Middleburg,the N 125'of S 266'of lot David C. Crag and Judy Ann block 8, government lot 3, section
tax stamps affixed to deeds recorded Brevard, N.C.parcel In WV4\ ofSEVi Lourcey to Sammy Hilton Berry and 24 east of SR-200 and west of RR in Turner to R. Wieser 22,TBS, R22E, $6,000.
in the office of the Clerk of the east of CR-225 and south of Gladys A.Coulter,Jacksonville,Nto m .
Courts In the courthouse. Transac- CR-229, section 34, T5S, R21E. lot 15 and Ntt of W% lot 16,
tions of leu than$1,000 are not con- $27,000. Woodlawn, section 31, T5S, R22E,
sidered. Anthony C.and Vivian Joyce Griffith $18,500.
Transactions recorded in July to Terry A. and Becky E. Mc- Luther M.and Kathleen Moody to
are: Carthy, SUrke. 20.72 acres in NEV4 Donald R. and Mary J. Tilley,
James V.and Kathryn B.Bowe tot of SEVi, section 36, T5S, R21E, Jacksonville,parcel in SEV of SEV4,
Alvin C.RIx,Bolivar, .Y.lot 13, $48,500.Donald. north side of Edwards Road,section
SWV section 26,T6S,R21E,$26,000 Lee and Marilyn P. 29,T6S,R22E,$10,000.
Bonita D.and Theodore C.Brown, Hardenbrook to Clara M. Belins, Rogers Dale and Carol Sue Mur-
Jr. to Charles D. and Martha E. Raiford,2.58 acres in NEtt of NWV4 rhee to Richard N. and Sandra F.
Bullington, Jacksonville, parcel in of SWV4,section 1,T6S,R21E,$1,800. Erglei Keystone Heights,lot 4,block
SEVi of NWV4,section 17,T6S,R22E, Harry Green Auto Parts, Inc. to Subdivision, City of
$,SOO. John D. and Elizabeth S. Jarmon, Starke, $33,500.Raymond U.S. 301 S. Starke 964-7701
C. Terry and Sheryl W. Catlett to Norcross,Ga.,lots I,3,5 and 7,block L. and Betty R. Qualls 250 SW 9th St. Lake Butler 496-2564
Charles R. and Joyce Catlett, 21,Original Town of Starke,$80,000. to Gregory C. and Brenda D.
Keystone Heights, lot 16, block 2, Ronald K.and Elease N.Jungkunzto Hamon, White Springs, 19.7 acres;
Keystone Club Estates Unit 1, section Glory A. Fellows,lots 1,2,3 and 4, NV4 of SWtt if NWtt section 14,T6S,
24,T8S R22E$34,300. Crosby Lake Inlet, section 25, T6S, R22E,also NV of SIB! Y.of NEV4,section GREAT
Claire P.Chiappini to C.Terry and R21E,$18,000.L. 15,T6S,R22E,19.7 acres$62,000.
Sheryl W. Catlett, lot 16, block 2, .J.Kite,Jr., to Lynn A Bracken, George W.Roberts,Jr.Trustee,to
Keystone Club Estates Unit 1, sec Hollandale, lots 6 & 7 in SWV4 of Ronald A.and Marlene H.Hamilton!
tion 24.TBS,R22E,$26,000. NEV4,section 10,T7S,R21E,$13,500.L. Columbus, Pa. parcel In NWV of GRILL SALE SATURDAY
William A.and Virginia T.Cooperto .J.Kite,Jr.,to William G.Sapp, NWV4,section 6,T5S R22E $10,000
Malcolm L., Sr. and Beverly A. Raiford,lot 54,1.09 acres in NWV4 of Alvin C. Rix to Richard L. andWE'RE
Shea, Melrose, lot 42 of Seminole 0
$5,000.Ridge Unit 6, section 12,T9S,R22E, fl77 Free Coffee &

Charles T.and Nancy C.Council to 9-1
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Roswell E. and Jeanette H. Lutz,
Melrose,Unit No.5 Geneva SpringsII
a Condominium at Geneva Lake L pm Sat. -
Estates Gov. lot 3, section 36, T8S, --= --- -J\
R22E,$60,000.Jerry ro
: Lee and Margaret A.Culp to
Albert R. and Mary Jane Trouffer,
Tampa,lot 11 Seminole Ridge Unit 7,
section 12,T9S,R22E. $33,000.
Joseph W. and Hilda L. Dey to
Fred D.Ward,Starke,parcel on the
west side of SR-100 In SWVi of SWtt,
section I,T8S, R22E $13,500.
Frances O. and Alan B. Frank to 1
Wm. A. Bessent III, Starke, 281
acres on north side of Bessent RoadIn
NWtt of SWtt, section 27, T6SD,
R22E, $15,000.Michael GrillsFrom
C.and Tammy K.Gilhooly MOVINGTHE .. .
to Thomas R.and Marjorie A.Sut-
ton,Starke,4.0 acres partly in NEV4
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ATTENTION : Union County, Residents

Because we have been unable to settle our

dispute with Union County and its

commissioners involving a previously-reached

agreement for indigent care reimbursement ,

effective January 1 1990 Ramadan Hand

Institute Lake Butler Hospital will no longer be

able to provide services for elective surgery ornonemergency '

care for those residents of

Union County who are classified as "indigent" ,

by guidelines established by the Health Care

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,Volunteers Needed Community College in Starke Wal-Mart Announces : L IlL hTf\

For Community den According, Andrews to Dr.Center Bernard Coordinator McFad- Contest Winners I I

Christmas Caroling classes are beginning to fill andsome Winners of the Flu Bug coloring __
offerings Be closed out contest have been announced w
Members of the newly formed may by
Bradford Arts Council extend an in- soon. With 62 offerings, however, WalMart.The ;
vitation to anyone interested in join- there is a wider selection than ever contest for kindergarten !
ing them in Community Christmas for local students to sign up for the through third grade was sponsoredby
Caroling Thursday, December 21. classes that begin on January 8. Wal-Mart pharmacy. Pictures of
Business classes available include the winners in the _
The will meet at the Santa Fe are on display
Community group College parking lot at 7 Accounting I and II, Word Process- pharmacy area of the Starke Wal-
ing (Word Perfect Five), Mart, according to Roland Town-
p.m.Present plans are to sing at Brad- Economics, Intro to Computers, send,pharmacist,who thanks all the
ford Hospital Pleasant Valley Business Law, Electronic Spread- children who participated.First .
Home, Deerfoot Village Shopping sheets (Lotus), Intro to Business, place winners were awarded
Center,Winn Dixie Marketplace and Real Estate Principles and Prac- $15 and a blue ribbon, second place
Mrs. Myrtle Ward's Christmas tices. received a red ribbon and third
Street. In addition to basic classes in place received a white ribbon.
For more information on Orange call Lavon Math, English, Science History, Winners in kindergarten were
Drivas at 964-6846 or Alice Hudson at Social Sciences and Humanities, the Michelle Brown (first),Jessi Adamson -
964-4604. Spring schedule includes such (second) and Michael Alig.
varied offerings as Class Piano,Ger- First grade winners were Michael
man, Spanish, Anatomy and Stewart, Michele Key, Nicole Herr-
Registration Physiology and Nutrition. ; -1.
Continues At SFCCWith Registration is scheduled daily ing.Second grade winners were Adam 17 ,p _i. ..!
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. through Glisson,Jeremy McRae,Sarah Mar- e ( aar+
only one week remaining December 21. the College Center is jI '
before the two-week Christmas closed from then until January 4. tin.Third grade winners were Jody
break, there are not many days left For more information please call Elder Braxton Britt and Jarino
to register for Spring 1990 classes at 964-5382.
the Andrews Center of Santa Fe Perry


Gift for SFCC... company's gift of the permanent benches being liwUIfel I./
Santa Fe Community College' Andrew Center DIrectorr SFCC workers.
) ,Bernard McFadden: (center)and Roger<< Jone, The donation ihould make the ouUlde area around lbcampu. I
Executive: Dttrector at Griffin Industrie,discus the .more suitable for itudylng<<_and relaxing

WALMART Starke Only Speaking Up for Children Volunteers Neede'I I

It is not too early to begin makingup longer. You can become a volunteerfor or she is a volunteer who becomes
your list of New Year's Resolu the Guardian ad Litem Programand part of a court program to representthe
tions. And if you have put off your help the abused and neglected best interests of the abused or
resolution to contribute more to children of Bradford County. neglected child. The Guardian ad
1371 S. Walnut Deerfoot Village Shopping Center those in need don't put it off any What is a Guardian ad Litem? He Litem is a representative for the
964-3286 child before the court social services
-- and the community. He or she
also protects the child during the
CHRISTMAS SPECIALToshiba family crisis,court proceedings and
follows the child's progress after the
Court disposes of the case. '
FRIDAY NIOTFRENZYI TRX-80 Bradford County now has 12 Guardians
who work around their lobs
Reg. and families to devote their precious

$' CJ A They time to are represent Domingo these Carlo children., Vivian

2095' Chappell, Laura Conti, -Becky
Crawford, Toni! Crawford Clarence
DeSue, Bonnie King, Linda Mosley
Roxanne Ruckdeschel, Barbara
TOSHIBA Thorpe and Sandra and Wayne Whlf-
fen. They are doing a wonderful job
Home Satellite Theater and we thank them very much.
December 15,1989 5-10 p.m. Unfortunately, these volunteers
cannot do it all. New volunteers are
constantly being sought so that each

5 till 10 will have ,....._,.... .... child may be represented.So as you
p.m. p.m. we Super Specialsand : City. to*tneMiQuptect 20 horde, trunntl ptog'nog .K'...- head into the new year, don't Just
think about making a contribution to
( Ptrrnui central VKteodpher
10-Minute SpecialsLIMITED .AestramWi. ,.AuI.'c.nlennjconttotremote your community, do something
.., ,
Dpnal'malna' .anddnerele .po'Ut. about it.The self-satisfaction Is help-
QUANTITIES Option 2 year knwlrd Warranty Ing these needy children will .be
worth your efforts. i"
TO.NI.ADazzling For more Information, please call
Meg McGauley at 259-2992 anytime '
Wood Roll Wood 4Jar'Canister .. or 964-6280 ext 203 on Wednesdays,'
Top --
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Bread Box Public Library
Asst. Colors Set entertainment Christmas Party

Children of all ages are invited to
Crystal clear.: party attend at the the third Bradford annual County Christmas Public

$1w700'00 $ First run features,world chica sports and upto-Ihe'minule Library,Thursday, December 21 at
700.R9$21.91 tJA news broadcasts...Toshiba Home Satellite Theater brings it 10 a.m.
Santa will be hand to lean
on his
all home.With broadcast quality video and audio like ynu've
their And
never seen.Or heard. ear way. we won't tell a
soul what he's
Stop by our showroom for a dazzling crystal clear single going to I8YIOyou'li
just have to come loin us for
Rag$3.44 Reg.S24.U demonstration. the fun, refreshments, stories and

games.Cameras are welcome and Santa
Flying ADVANCED ELECTRONICS will stay until the last wish is heard.
Popcorn 12 Pk. Pepsi 332 W. Madison St. Santa's For helpers more Information at 9646400. call_

Starke ((904)) 964-6642
By larda Assorted Flavors FA1SFighters: : I t 2710 Blandlng Blvd. ,

Mlddleburg ((904)) 282-0001

Authorized Service Center for TV, VCR.
$ .. Computer& Stereo

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A i" Camp Blanding Kicks Off 50th
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." "': ) : Anniversary Celebration...
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0 Second from len Camp Blanding Training Site's present post com-
mander,James E.Rogers,and the Installation's first full-time post com-
mander, now retired Col. Harry M. Hatcher, Jr., cut the cake com-
memorating the kick-off celebration of the posts'50th Anniversary during
Camp Standing's 5th Annual Military Ball held at the K.C. Bullard ar-
mory Saturday night December 9, 1989.
Col. Hatcher was the first full time post commander after Camp Blan
ding became a national guard installation.He served from January 1969
through May 1973.Col.Rogers Is not a technician or a federal employee at
ML this Installation. Ilea a Florida Department of Transportation engineerin
Gainesville, Fla.
Rogers' wire Joan, Is at left and Hatcher's wife, Mae, Is at far right.
More than 300 members of the Florida Army and Air National Guard
retirees Invited guests and state employees attended the gala event
which featured the cake cutting ceremony, an Intensive slide presentation -
and Introduction by retired Lt. Col.James Bloodworth, dressed In a
WWII-era uniform during his presentation, one of the driving forces
'' behind the celebration/commemoration and the awards for the Camp
X t V l' 1 Blanding Airman/Soldier of the Year. Ms.Linda Lee a state employee at
the Installation's headquarters was presented with a plaque honoring her
as the state employee of the year.
The Florida Army National Guard's 13th Army Band, hailing from
1- ,' North Miami,provided the live music for the evening.
November 25. 1990 will be the actual date on which 50-years ago
members of the Florida Guard were mobilized and federalized Into active
11 duty because of the eventual outbreak of World War II.Preparations for
this major event are In the works.
-- a Photo by Sgl. lot Class George Mlrabal, ln mll tlon Support Unit Camp Blinding Bradford County's Rodney Hall, a Sgt. Major In the Florida Army
I FLARNGI Guard Is Camp Blanding's Museum Curator and was the chairman of
this year' military ball. =
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I Lady Indians Face #1 Newberry

By Mark Frledlln
'.LRM Sports Writer HowTo4
The KHHS Lady Indian
basketball team got a 30-point I I
performance from center Beth Z .
Strickland and defeated fourth- i .y'F
ranked Allen Nease last week on I
the road 72-71 In overtime. '-
"It was the biggest win of the r
season for us so far," said a ,,
pleased., Lady Indian Head .t ,
Coach; ,I Cathy Boatwrlght. "I Get A Romantic
hope we can keep it up tonight..0
The Lady Indians take to road .,
again tonight to face top-ranked ,
Newberry at 8 p.m. The Lady 7
Panthers return all five starters
from last year's final four team.It csif A
was a team effort for KHHS
against Nease as three players Offer
Lady scored double figures for the i1

Strickland led the way with 30, a, .
Including?points In a row to
open the third period as KHHS t -- -.
raced ahead In the quarter witha
Twin Terrors...

and Laurie 17-11 underneath outburst.Owens hit to score from outside 15 and been Jackie twin(21)terror and SUcI for Lady(22)Indian have Just$$10 With Any$$1350 Merle Norman Cosmetic Purchase.

Teresa Carter hit a career highof opponent thb season, both scoring
11 points. Amy Groover hit for 10 points each against< Orange Park. Celebrate the season traveler. It's an elegant tote with beauty surprises thatwith

five, Janna Shaddix had four, ;::::::::; I in floral fabric filled add best
Ronook Doolen. Stacl -pmmmmmm'!; < the Romantic Touches peach up to your holiday

Sirmopoulos and Jackie '-S makeover ever.
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undetermined>a'Qwo'n.v> period out for with; an 1 */" t," //JA''<. %fc- ,.. '.-.t" .: ."::k' !.J4i .... *in Spirited Plum and bltj-sher; 1- ';

mononucleosis''. fout-players hitin w T' 1t..oI! ,, r in Spirited Pink. There's
double figures for KHHS in a -.
48-32 win over Orange Park #; to lipstick and nail color inSpirited
Tuesday night.Strickland -t JI"-ffo t111!'=Y
I..r I Hot Pink and our
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led the way with 15 Iutu1 VIM"'
Groover played one of her best ",,,.' +.' ""V.;; three skin care miracles:
games and scored 12 and the /IJJ r ;;, ""
.." \e: Luxiva Energizing Concentrate -
Slrmopoulos sisters were "twin .
terrors", especially In the .Salk Aluminum k. : _. ;1> :';' ., Luxiva Day Crcme

second period when the pair Construction Company"Quietly '" r> and Night Creme.
scored all of the teams points IlIIiiiiirrttt11 '
except for two. Both sisters i tom<, .. i I Come into Merle Norman.:
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I Bradford Traffic Court Finals :- j j.

pled no I
.., following defendants ap- ty DWLS; fined $120.25, Tri County Mary Mata pled guilty no mobile test DUI; fined $437.50 license restitution hearing set for Jan. 16. Donald disorderly Wilson Meshaw intoxication; fined -' i
home show of and suspended six months, attend DUI Sinclair Watkins pled guilty contest I'
tag proof Terry
90 six mon-
.I i l before Judge George H. supervision days. $120.25, violate no laws, |
school, 50 hours theft Tri supervisionsix
work County
dismiss. community petit ;
Ik'c 5 in Bradford County Geraldine Fomby
< (Criminal Court. driving under influence (DUD; fin- Janell Thomas Mitchell pled no Tri County supervision one year. months fined$120.25, violate no ths Tri County supervision.pled guilty bat- I
'J'i David Eric Bresee
court Johnson with refusal to laws continue treatment.
ed $700, license suspended six months contest reckless driving; $52 charged drug supervision six
costs. submit to an approved breath urineor Samuel Earl Wetherington pled tery; Tri County
1 attend DUI school, 50 hours
!!'ti. contest I
Taylor pled no
Ahile license suspended community work, Tri County super- Michael Thomas Mullan pled guil- blood test; found guilty on implied guilty disorderly intoxication; six months pled guilty U-
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ty DWLS; continued to Jan. 9 with consent. months Tri County supervision fin- j
valid license, vision one beverage;
si I year. alcohol
art usts presented, Michael Gollubske pled guilty no other case for non-jury trial. John Cleveland Wood chargedwith ed $120.25, violate no laws, use no legal possession : 1
i Jimmie Edward Toombs pled guil- refusal to submit to an alcohol or drugs. $52 court costs.
to valid approved
del nk Delano Johnson pled mobile home tag; present pled guilty
and $52. ty DWLS; fined $120.25. breath, urine or blood test; state Joan Wilson pled no contest James Keedwell :t
expired driver's hcense tag pay court costs.
nteil 1 valid license, $52 court Jimmy Howell charged with no Toombs pled guilty Improper tag; failed to prove disorderly conduct; six months probation disorderly conduct Meshaw; $52 charged .
Donald Wilson
mobile home tag; $26 court costs. $52 court costs. Herbert A. Clark pled no contest Tri County, fined $120.25 with disorderly conduct; case |
DWLS $52 court costs. violate laws.
liael Lynn Carroll pled no con- Sheila Howell charged with no Damon J. Whitaker pled no con- ; no dismissed. '
mobile home ordered to to and sign cita- Clark pled no contest impropertag Pelly Beelas Farrar pled guilty i
no valid driver license; tag; pay test refusing accept fined Dogan Lewis Smith charged with
rated! valid license, $52 court $26. tion; costs waived, adjudicaton ; dismissed. disorderly intoxication; 60 disorderly conduct; case dismissed. ,:
$120.25, Tri County supervision
with ;
Jeffery S. Locke charged withheld. arrest
Smith pled guilty resisting !
ry Daniel Clark pled guilty refusing to accept and sign citation; Whitaker pled no contest careless Misdemeanor Court days.Embritt. contest without violence; six months Tri f M
[lined $12025, Tri County dismissed. driving; $52 court costs. William Marchant charged with Lee pled no supervision, fined $120.25. I
'..i-.mii 60 days Michael Deaymne Long pled guil- Wesley Noel White pled guilty no battery; case dismissed. disorderly conduct; $50 court costs. County t!
\\' Clemons pled guilty ty DWLS; fined $120.25, Tri County motorcycle license; costs suspended Charles Bryant Mize pled guilty I
s; filled $12025, Tri County supervision 60 days. dismissed. criminal mischief fined $120,25, Tri
I-I.'n Long pled guilty open container Elizabeth I, Johnson pled no con- County supervision, six months.JUDY'S GLENDA'S SHEAR DESIGN
i,nil I It,njamrnCurtis pled gull-. Driver; case dismissed. 1

Christmas Sale ..
\ ws Briefs

Arrestedor Starke police officers made 38 ar- SJ<&3$&
arke Man CUT& BLOW$4'noo
.' rests,deputies made 54 arrests four PERMS;ea < HIGHLIGHTS[ J'
Truck Theft arrests were made by Florida SHOP ;, .
'. vi',.ir-old Starke man was ari Highway Patrol troopers, three ar- t '{f"x '
rests made by Lawtey PD, one $1500 !
i 1 Ise) 7 driving a pickup truck were $2500;
1 stolen Georgia. by the Brooker marshal, two by the : i .
1,111 been in
ins Wilson Marchant was chief at Hampton, one by Fresh SALE ft>r 4;>"'A .""" i v ,> .... ,.. .,
z,'(1 I with grand theft when he Water Fish and Game Commissionand .
'o.H'..led in possession of a vehi- five by the court.A Joyce & Beth Only =
1 st 1 (teorgiaauthorities; reported total of 538 calls were receivedby CHRISTMAS PRESENTSFOR 964-4151 118 S. Thompson St. Starke .!
I, ,n'cording to Deputy Dannyi the dispatchers at the county jail.
i 366 calls were listed as miscellenous, "We like to keep you looking
.i, I nit was also charged with 79 were felony investigations, one ALL good"i i
missing six fires (struc-
UulelicenbesuspendedHei 101 Commerdal
Circle-Across fir fc *Jll l fc w '
ture/woods 16 accident calls and 16 Post Office
,': ', in the county jail under no ), Keystone
I assists accidents and 33 calls were 473-0274 Pa r TeGator 1!

j ill Troopers Sheriff's deputies wrote 25 traffic
mtinue License, citations,served 503 civil papers and Open: Mon.-Thurs.: 10-5, Fri. 10-6, Sat. 10-3 Western Wear } i
for :
chicle Inspections provided in escort November.13 funeral processions

ultord County .. Hwy 301 South Starke 964-4809 ..
nd.i. Highway Patrol will j
:!,(hlding driver license and

!" ',ii ek'pei of lion Dec.checkpoints 15 through Dec.dur- LAW( OFFICE OF: LANSING J. ROY BOOT SALE j

si .1, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18,
i 'H-18. CR-16 CR-21B, 310 S. Lawrence Blvd. ,
_",I, ('R-125:! CR-229, CR-231, .. Western Boots Only }
.7, i. H.221,'tR.230 and CR-l00A Keystone Heights, FL 32656
i"nil .ml County.
4737256Four Ladies Blouses 25 to 40% Off .J
scout i'ounty
Men's Sleeve Shirts 25% Off -
,ic I lorida' Highway Patrol will Long
oii'luUing. driver license and > AttorneysState Ladies Sweaters 25% Off
U ,inspection checkpoints dur- and Federal Practice '
Levi Jackets 20% Off
h 'M ek of Dec 15 through Dec.
,isH.100(( SR-121.SR-231.SR-241, Personal and Hats 20% Off I
H CR-18.; CR-237, CR-229,
'. R-XlA, CR-24A and CR- Wrongful DeathBankruptcy Men's Levi Jeans $19.99
\ Iii k mon County
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.essedng Law I fi Monday Saturday, JI
9 a.m. til 6 p.m.
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Wills & Probate'
MS ',ere processed through the ((001 ( '$
11 find' County Jail, according to I II
i I iff Kenneth Etheridge. ,::.::".. : :' :,: :. ::.. //ATTORNEYS* **": I
i arrests included 81 felony, 49um.inor }
"' 11 driving under in- ROBERTALTMAN AARON R.COHEN Lay-A-ways Welcome \ *
i 1 c:e and 26 driving while license
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It's Our MUST OR BUST Year-End Used Car & Truck Sale!! SAVE J tl 1 I

We Must Sell, Sell, Sell Without Regard to Profit or Price.

We're Going To "BITE THE BULLET" 1990 '.(

We're Prepared to Accept Almost FIREBIRD'S :,:'1

ANY OFFER and These Cars & Trucks ,
WILL BE SOLD to Someone By Year-End!! '.. JPo

YEAR END 1985 IROC Z 1. 13W Nissan.:30CZX ,'IJ

Black Sspd 5.0L rrat White,AT T-tops i ,',:{
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List $7995 4x4,"L1st .8995 1 List $12,998 \'

USED CAR & TRUCK Dbtrau Prfc*5500 'f1I'I\ DIa1reIIPricet9900 .:

9 in stock
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1983fGrdLTD lv ;!:>

DISTRESS ".oL8I11! Crown Victoria '. ..nuJt

o.I. List $1998 1989NISSAN :"J 2

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SALE 1 1917 opt is Touring Sadn WFMFMM =. 19M Srtx z :.r C'1

Xtra clean xtra nice. So-l.loa Red, T-tops,loaded. '?1
List $14,998 ,1 Lit 1 AYE',' List $11,998 .'
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MUST GO AWAY Due To -' ci
Inventory .torwe .49188
011II.13,500 .
*-. per, p rlI
Year End Taxes 101
A ., J, 14W Nat. ..... j, 198JPontiacFnbHBlack = }*1 rt $PS Only 4 Left '..1e

; : 4 doe,AT,tIU. SOL 8 0*.ATE,- ,did'a:
i<'ililt, 15945'i'' List $$9593 ; ,

Due to apecW CMsttnM ptIdng "-Cuh I v Bonuo.19NMHm3MZX .., n.tqu.atr for.w ;'i";:+ii. .,'\..."".,,f.'of,........uss' ,I ., Dirtm.Pric.7988UMFordFISO 'ii.r 1 1989 ,1.196 r I rtu
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$ ... V8"A T.PS,P8 White SWB, 4spd, 6 cyl. 4 dos,At PS,PI t Maroon, 49,000 miles. S51
List $11,998 List $7395 Lw f"I List $10,998 DEMO'S
List $11,993 y ,: ,'tIJ: ,s Y

Distress Price 9 Distms Prlc.9500 'r, DMmsPric 5400 j; Dfad.a NIl;. Diitrsas ptic. 3 :11'Cr :IU:

1988Siverado4x4 f. .,tiff 19N Ford F15P 4x4 ) :, aOM M .t 1985 Ford F250 414 4-,11 IW I I % .I:oq

2-Tone paint,V8,AT XLT Lariat, one of a kind. F 1oIIW.' A work horse. r e t ,v 1 1011

List $12,998 List $11,998 li'4b'' List $7495 "
L $I i rqr.tiox
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Ditto Pricr'9900 rtrmPric.l95QO19MFordF1SOXl . I Distress ',

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4( t 4.i Red, T-top, low miles. I -. IMBuicklUgrf2doorRed antm"I'
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The National Guard at Camp BUndlng officially"adopted"Keystone Height
Elementary School a cermony Jut week on the school ground The program
L= Is part of an adoption program to help local: schools that has been joined by

local biulneues like Millers'Supermarket.
At top,claM member.pose In front of the helicopter crews which: landed at
the school<< ,salute the flog with guardsmen In the middle and saw the color
guard perform.


Holiday Hours ,

Closed Dec. 24th .

Open Dec. 25th 6 p.m.

Special Moonlight Bowling
Dec. 30th 8 p.m.

Bradford Call 964-8175 For Reservations

Chiropractic CenterStarke Closed Dec. 31stFREE

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? SaleDec. I.ifl'iilT.Model JGBSOSPK porcelain: enameled oven Model IH.O cu.TBXI8LL ft.capacity:!3.1-1 N.fl.freezer. .
.. door.Separate broiler conipurl"* Equipped: for ipiitin.ilIremuker.
.. Saver 1 ..".h.
I menl.-t. l high b. plinh niiilchei' Energy >
15 through Dec. 23 counter. barkplu :2 door.. _helves,.one......hottin... _6-pmk...
... ..M....4B ;: iron G'owas. ,.,.,.."...."...n.."un' '1.00_,'m ni_"hm._ "
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Panama Canal zone. At Camp planning the prisoners m.6. 25% Off All Monet Jewelry : Was $279 Was 479
Blandlng they were separated have German: they officers.constantly quizzedthe r $329 Sal* $669 Sal.

by sex. Camp Blandlng had one of the '' Gift Certificates Shop At Joan's .1 I
Interned without trial in the .
four navel interment facilities in Visa/MasterCard For the Finest I
surprise and shock of the early the United States during the Free GUIWrapping in Ladles
days of the war they had been .c
war. but was better known for Its % Fashions
to Florida ,
traiteportgd against
their will. Torced to wear army prison compound, where !
army at one time, It held more than :
fatigues marked with the letters"EA" bo
members of the
(enemy alien) and left out to Wehrmacht 1,000 and administered to I
camp out in the sand hills of Ir
others at the branch
over 3,000
northern Florida with little
assurance of what the future camps located throughout the I
held for them, They were northern part of the state. w
guarded In turn by young, Inex- r
perienced American soldiers \
who had little knowledge of the : Model TFXI9LL
handling of POWs. the ;ROWECAME : Model GSIMOOYK .
19.4 cu.ft capacity.8.7 cu.f.
Poulcm Not mat winh AY nhiHi wmihnihiii
sad Immigrants were a *.2-trvrl wash atlloti, ,.Trtecer Automatic Energy SaverEnergy..vcr I
of 16 : optinn..fnernl Syilem.Storage mru i4ippe4
particularly .
pitiful dry
group WE SAWED : ,,.,, | fur optional Icemaker.,
Jews from Panama : .. O t*** toe* '.*. -
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who Interned along with Nazi .7 ..10 Ul* Ht1
prisoners.sympathizers, were treated as r?< W' '.. '. WE CONQUERED. .r-"I.,,,. .......!C..LoaLac4.1-2.j.J \0"-. ::.'''.:...taA.rwr 99 S.'e' $239 ::49 Sa''. 599

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When this first group departedfor .
more permanent sites in the j I
summer of; 1942 Camp "{ .H..,,' DutV'
Blandlng was ready for more SAWS : I EI.errlc Dr v." :
permanent guests. On a new site
about a mile from the original
unhealthy site of the first
detainees was confined Camp 225-14'SN 335-16'SN .. ..
Standing's first contingent of U- NOW / NOW
boat prisoners' The number In-
creased to 216 by the end of the $18411 $32gai
year when they were joined by
the first of the German army
personneL The two groups were 420 Pow.r Blower
confined in separate compounds NOWJOSib'SN Model DDE4000G Model WWASIIOG
about:-one-half. mile Up 10 ISO mlnum drying for Regular......cycle.t_""nnM
from each other. j 119" heavy,..."..Removable up front l.mper.tur..eleclion.Energy.
llnl fiIle,.Smooth porcelain Mvtng told water. rime. d 1
Unlike some of the army NOW enamel.drum. '
captives who arrived later these, $299U .tltfK-Mown 01 on>...lya-Noy.'_.._, ,M- N.Y...OT
original U-boat prisoners were Wee Was
SOme of Hitler's finest personneland $339 Sale 249 Sal ;
by many Camp Blandlng army rtcY,(f>lieaiaiuaHt(>loailiittUtySutitHa focal yjtaitr Option
officers. The American military
hoped to take advantage of f
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$69 Light SetReg.

7.97 M&M's Camera
14 oz. bags

SAVE $25.00 Reg. 1.97 Reg. 9.96
I Microwave Oven SALE $696I

I .4 Cubic foot. 500 Watts, Power
defrost. Automatic oven light.
i/ weight Clear or multi-colored. Steady $167
I No. DMR-405. burning or flashing. Approved.

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6 amp motor. 4 Carpet Rival' h"offc'
headlight Potpourri Crockpot 5 Gallon Wat/Dry Vacuum
beater brush 20" Convenient to use no Powerful bypass motor.
cord twin turbo power candles. Plugs ,into Automatically shuts off when
bumper guard. any electrical outlet. wetdry vac full. Use indoors or out. '
6Oz.Reg. NO. 60001.
L'singer' 2.96 Reg. 8.96 IC

SALE .796 34.93

2.50 EVAD shopvacNorelco

Pyrex *
10 Cup Coffeemaker
wCradle Cheval Mirror Dial-A-Brew system to Illlllllllllllllllllllllllt
20x24x68" Mirror size 20x58" tailor the brew strengthfor
By CorningReg. Genuine rattan. Ready to 513'c your individual taste.
assemble. Choice of colors. ", Lighted on/off switch
14.96 Nos. 1639LWLBWLWB.Reg. and hinged serving lid
69.97EtchASketcn on carafe. No. CT-162. *wi

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2221-F Square Dish Kodak* 35mm CameraFocus
2331-F Oblong Dish free with glass lens. Built-in electronic flash
6241-F Casserole Dish motorized film wind and rewind. Includes: 135-24 /Jfvoeico s '
Kodacolor film,' end 2 "AA" batteries. No. S300.

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2 Gallon capacity with .
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0 1 seamless construction. ,
SemiSweetMorselsNestle Undergravel filter system. Rote Petal Oil Lamp '
clear Brass
Built-in light fixture in the Stylish glass lamp.
burner. Comes with 1 bottle 91
1 base. Bulb not Included..
22 ounce red. "unscented. oil'.
t Reg. 19.96 No.240FQ ,'
Reg. 4.96 .".
11 1/2 oz. & 12 oz. 17.96 '
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coordination. 1 Free fun I
screen included. No 7.96 oc ,
batteries required No. 505A. !
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Temple Sfirk
IMODIUEUJOMESl ( .:. .''YARD SALESJ. : Cecelia Terwlllegar
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eel at Sunday night out of my' MOVING: Old tools hydraulic chair : \,... 1.1,'O .iI'riE \
StricklandWash from'Winn.plxla.
across PARK MODEL 2 Bedroom w/resldential (beauty shop)I. old dishes (Currier 4 ....HOMES.....
please return the con old table lots of '1Uf!. Used
Ives 100 ACRES
), : six room house and bam. question asked. ext & shingle roof Mstr. has built-in CHEAPER THAN RENT) Immaculate, furnished 3 bedroom, 1VI bath mobile
Call coolod
9647828.1 Frederick 3 Ton water heat Owner
I 12/07/89 stereo cab.&"LU V tub w/sep shower 7823287 105th Street (Eunice will finance $$2000/aore home w/separate recreational room equipped with Hove S (rig, separate
1hss' IMKS7iUUGKSVANS stall. ON SALE -$168.441Mo. 1-800- pump.Road) 1/2 m'le' off US 301. 9 964-7771 or 964-4537 TFN garage, beautifully landicaped lot on Grllllt Loop. f 19600.
940-4644. 4 I 11/23/89 3 I 11/30/89 4 DUPLEXi 630-632 W. Francis St., Each tide 2 BR, 1 BA. Eat-In kitchen, LR. Utll
< : 12/7/89 1 7 s ACRE WOODED HOMESITE:$10.000.
w/corport on one end. $ 45000.
HUGE YARD SALE Alan's, Christmas
GIANT 4 BDRM 2 BATH: HUGE Eat-In financing 964-5414.
NE 26th Ave. $ 26,000HWY.
basobf-i.; Lot of knlck
toys cards. 9 a 11/30/89 4
Kitchen ENORMOUS great room. knacks household goods some furniture OCALA NATIONAL 301 SOUTHi Frame, 3 BR. 2 bo. CHSA 1539..f.. 1.7 ocr... $ 40.000
FOREST wooded
:>|ined sold LOTS 964-6408.of closets$275/Mo.4 Until all are baby f It rniture Thurs, Fri. & tots.,river access. $5450 each. No NW 65th AVE.t 3 bedroom I bath S acres. Horn hat n.w2Oyr. roof, freshly

windowssport wheels. 26k 12/7/89 t Sat. CHRISTMAS GIFTS! rain, will money down. $65.41 month.Owner. I2364579 I- painted Intlde. Owner lOy., 'Make an Offer!
">l j.MUSf SELL). Reduced 1 GREAT LOCATION-GREAT PRICE 4 bedroom, 2 bath with
to a large family roomlocated
1-622-2438 TFN
$ bBo. aJI 964-9248 BEAUTIFUL 3 BR 2 BA FURNISHED: following weekend. US 301 N. to or
or 782- NE 50th St 10 I 11/30/89 4 In the city. $ 59300.
Strawberry Acres Follow
3660 2 Living room and dining room PLUS 1
I 11/2/89 :315 WALNUT STREET Good rental hornet
,10 aero with all Improvements. LOW Signs. 9 til S 7 s TIME SHARE UNITS-DISTRESS SALE preperty--3 :
11177 FORD RANGER Down Payment ALL THIS for$309.oo 11/30/89 2 Cheap) CHeap! World Wide Sere> 3053 Total Sq.Ft., 2 itory, porches,
lleering." SLT: 302. power per mo 964-6407. 4 THURS. FRI. a SAT: 1011 N. Thompson Dons. Call Vacation Network today. 1- 1080 Total Sq.Ft.,
tranimiMlon power S2.200 brakel. aUlomal1c I 12/7/89 1 Street Ya'll Come! 7 800-626-7844.NATL 1-800-82&-1847 240 Total Sq.Ft.Call for viewing on thetel $ 89,000
ftereprn. Call 431-1910 I 12/07/89 1 In FL or 1-305-771-6298.. 10 ELEGANCE IN THE COUNTRY 3 BR, 1 bo, concrete block window treatments,

12/07/89 ,1 2 'LOST/FOUND-! S FAMILY YARD SALE: In Lawtey. Behind I 12/07/aa i 3 ceiling fans, CH&A, stove, refrlg, DW garage with door opener, antenna

1874MeMIDQETCONVERTIBLERun Waters Grocery Fri. &Sat, Dec. 'WANTEDROOMMATE ." with rotary booster, wood floors, new Andersen windows carpet, rote

great. $600.. FIRM. Serious >-.??.. LOST ON DEC. 10: Small brown male 15 & IS. Household Items clothing garden large patio area complete with brick BBQ grill smoker, and Lazy
only. Call 064- 816. leave dog with collar and tag. Family pet odds and ends. 7 I WANTED' Susan table, hothouse, tool shed separate pumphouse, total electric
me..age. 3 BR home
2 I. 12A)7/89 1 kids heartbroken. 964-3816 leave 12/7/89 t : ;one beautifully landscaped.BRICK .
message. 5 t GARAGE SALE:Dec ,!>.b j, Dec. 16,8- child welcome; country-type living. HOME 4 BEDROOMS 3V BATHS, 402 St. Clair St. .86 of an acre, foyer
.t U U; u.r.:, R() ": :r):; 12/07/89 1 3, Deo. 17. 8-5. 4 1/2 Miles South on Starke Has pool 20 In min.summer from; 'Is 10 mfn. from LR, DR kitchen wrefrlg, range/oven, dishwasher fan/hood; den laundry

;n. N \ l ..\ii..SI! U. 301, turn left at Jehovah Witness 964-9616 ask for John.Gainesville.17 Cat\ room and an office, CHSA enclosed carport ((2 cars), utility shop, spacious
NIMAL IJJfTS.; Church 4th house on right Auto parts back yard with security lights. $71.000
household I 12/07/89 1
FOR SALE LEASE. OR EXCHANGE Items, clothes, misc. BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR I boo CB wood floors, 11B5 ..1., 5 acres $ 60.000
7000 ft .'FOR'SAtEHAPPY 7 ( 12/07/89 1 ) CRYSTAL LAKEi furnished log cabin 98 ft. on IBR/lBa. $90.000
two water
sq story stucco building ,W NJ'.EIIJJU: NT
DEC. 16
: 9 a m. tl ?? Various Items for : ,
137 A139 E.Can St comer Thompson sale12 Americana BROOKER 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oaks S/D extra lot $ 44,000
SL Leased JACK THIVERMICIDE: Recognized : Encyclopedia sets HAMPTON LAKE AREAi 3 3 bo screened w/ BBQ
to purchase or perfer BR. CHSA polio grill.
retail value$900/set Must sacrifice at$500sel WANTED TO RENT: Clean family of 5
exchange for water front property. safe A effective by U.S. Bureau Also3BR VH, IVtBAonSoeres. Excellent for small hone farm. $122.400
of Medicine 613 W. Pratt St 964-6048. needs 2-3 Bedroom home or MH.
W. Veterinary against hook
9 Clyde Simpson 356-6849 round & tapeworms In dogs & cats! 7 s 12/07/89 1 Furnished kitchen under $300/Mo. .....WATERFRONT.....
I 11/30/89
RETAIL STORES Gator II Farm Supply.Ole Glory Feed EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK: Daytimes. No propane heat 964-2142. GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GENEVAi 29?on water and extending
location across FOR from LEASE; Great iGoldkist. 6 I Desert Isle Motel. Hwy 301, Lawtey. 18 a 12/07/89 1 to Hwy. 100. 7.17 ocr... 165000. Property can be divided Into two 100 lots,
10/12/89 10 Beds and headboards. 7 $65,000 each and one 92.65' lot 48000.
Hwy 301. 1000 so ft,964-8848, evenings I 12/07/89 1 -'RV'S'CAMPERS' : : ;' .
473-3627 TFN HAPPY JACK SKIN BALM: checks .. ..
INSIDE YARD SALE: Fri & Sat, 9 am til '
I 11/30/89 4 scratching & relieves irritated skin 7? Lots of items. 527 E. Brownlee St. 71 MONITOR 22 FT. TRAILER: AC. N. TEMPLE AVEtl Acre loned Commercial. $ 125,000
FOR LEASE. PARTIALLY COMPLETED without steroids. Promotes healing & 7 s 12/07/89 1 Awning Sleeps S; !twin beds; rear WOW I WHAT A COMMERCIAL DEAlltCarradlnes Lawtey. Approx. 600 on
hair growth on dogs & cats I Gator bath $2500. 964-7284. 19
1000 sq ft fast food location across Farm II FRI 8 SAT: Turn off SR16(L)to Morgan ; Hwy 301. 10 Acres of land 3300 sq. It. store and Hiving quarters, paved
Ole Glore 11/23/89 4
Supply. Feed & I *
frorii KOA/Wal Mart, 964-8848, evenings Goldklst. 6 Rd.Follow Signs. 8:30blClothes, driveway with ample parking. $ 149,500
I 1969 CAMPER/TRAILER $500. trade
473-3627 TFN 3 11/2/89 toys misc. 7 s : or COMMERCIAL PUTNAM HALL "CATTLEMAN'S LOUNGE"| CHSA, band area
10 for car boat motorcycle etc. Call
S 11/30/89 4 REGISTERED 12/07/89 1 dance floor liquor license Included. 2 1/2 acres on HOT corner. Hwy 100 S
FOR SALE OR RENT.Warehouse/office: AQHA GELDING: 9 yrs. FIRST ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CRAFT 964-4757 leave message. 26. Included. Owner would finance with
old. By Artie Cloud. Excellent Hwy Separate living quarters good
19 I 12/07/89 1
pace: 3000-9000. sq ft, located at horse and all around horse. $ ANTIQUE AND YARD SALE: Fri & down payment! $ 220,000
Enterprise Park next to Sunshine Call 964-5812 or 468-2013. Sal., Dec. 15& 16.9a .tiUpm.805 SUPER COMMERCIAL Great two story building. Enterprise Zone. Downtown
Industries. Contact Diane Ely. 964- 6 s 11/30/89 4 N. Westmoreland St Weather Permitting ,nUSJNES& Starke. Assum. Mtg. Reduced to $49,900
5294 TFN '
11/30/89 4 3 s ROTTWEILER PUPPIES: AKC Registered 7 s (OFPORTUNrry' : NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE:830 N. Temple Ave. B furnished 1 BR

STORE FOR Shots and wormed. Pedigrees 12/07/89 1 apartments, fully occupied, with excellent occupancy record, heating and
RENT. 1000 SQ FT. 301
SOUTH avail for review. Parents on premises TWO FAMILY SATURDAY. DEC. 16: JESSIES LOUNGE & PACKAGE FOR cooling unit In each apartment.Good cash flow I $ 147,000
PLAZA. 964-7681 OR
8784 TFN 3 964- M-F. 8-5 1-698-1280.; Eves. & On Prison grounds. Go past UCI on SALE: Financing for qualfied buyer. RARE FIND IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 100' on Hwy 21 N. Two 2100 sf bldgs.
I 16.
11/30789 4BEAUTIFUL'3BR,2BATH.1987 Weekends 1-649-9466. $450 Each. 7.Hwy 12/07/89,toys, baby 1 clothes. Call Pat. Area Code 813-960-3929.. 301 SOUTH 193 Ft. 301 frontage. $85.000
6 s 12/07/89 1 20 I 11/30/89-2 RENTAL ON CALL STREET)
'MUIHlj :.J.JP ES;' BUCKSKIN COLORED PONY:3 yrs old. PORCH SALE: DEC. 15, 16 Crocheted BECOME PARALEGAL! Nationally After Hours
: baby and Christmas Itoms Misc.
With Saddle and Tack Rides good Accredited Attorney Instructed Home
..' : $300. 964-4268, leave Hampton Villa. CR 325. 1/3 mile Study. Established 1978 Financial Ann rwlllegar Brown . . . . . .473-7541
('iRiSl.. message.
6 s 12/07/89 1 beyond railroad tracks Hampton. Aid. Free Catalog. 1-600-669-2555. Paulino Randolph . . . . . . . 964-6323

CHAMPION FREE TO GOOD HOME and : Adorable pup SATURDAY 7 s DEC. 16 12/07/89:8:30-5 p 1.m. Three Southern 2158 Boca Career Raton Florida Institute 33427.Drawer Debra Connaughton . . . . . . .964-2833 I

mobile pies pin-bull- Beagle). Call 782-3416 Bulldog or 782-3211.mix (not families. Toys desk bike Christmas 20 I 12/07/89 1 Sandra TorwIIUgar . . . . . : . .533-2242
home,14x70carpeted.gardentub.breakfaslbar.utility 6 s 12/07/89 1 crafts books Stanley Home Products
room.wired for and much more. West 100 3
central air.Must sell.movlngl No eq WARD,SALES' miles out follow signs. 7
uity-take over payments. Serious .
Inquires onlylCall 964-3939.keep A CHRISTMAS YARD SALE: Toys ..'BOATS ro

; ij trying.4 11/30/BO -, _- -dishes,.setoi crystal, a lot of misc At ALL N V> t9HEflt: .. >FbATr.*. .>
((14X52 LIBERTY.I982 assume payments 16 a Lake St, 624 N Lake St, Saturday TOM W/42" BOTTOM, .1989 IS up INSTANT FINANCING REASONABLE INTEREST
,ol SI57.32 for 3 1/2 years, call 782- Dec. 18.8:30-5: p.m. If rain, sale Yamaha, 1989 Tennessee trailer.
3762 4 I 11/30/89 will be following Saturday. 7 Complete pact ac* for$2 95.00 Call Mobile Home Lots with or without septic &

DOUBLEWIDE ON 1 1/2 ACRE. 3 BR/2 I 12/07/89 1 Toll-Free 1-81U-544-2850.Authorized well hookup DR. LR, large shop. Yamaha do er 1 s Building Lot In Keystone
Carport.Owner financing. Low Down r e 20O Acres In Bradford County $1,50O Acre

raymem, *MSW. HOUSE ofc RENT 2 Lots & Mobile Home in Keystone

PIRATES GOLD 5 Mobile Home Lots on 227.$6.50O Each

Two Family This fantastic Sw nnee River house at e Commercial Building on Edwards Rd.

Fowler's Bluff lie close to the e 43 Acre Farm with :3 Br.. 2 Ba. Home in
or excitement of discovery fish from Gainesville

your new hot cJocJr.boat. Two ID the Gulf,relax. 5 Acres on small lake ...........:::.......--..$3OOO Acre
In tut> story, 3 BIt. 3
5 3 Baths
DR., 1/2 1 lour ,large famUyroom nukes 3/4 mile lake frontage on lake Alachua

Ideal entertainment ret-a-way. County

Pool $178,500JameftP. e Lake Santa Fe. 4 En. 2 Ba. with guest cottage..$185.000e

Call 964-4259 Smith. Jr. 10 Acres on Sampson River near Graham....$3.OOO Acre

REALTOR'\ V ASSOCIATES e For Rent 2 Br., 1 Ba. on Santa Fe Lake..-. $45O.OO Mo.

after 7 PM. CALL 375-7039

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Susan M. Faulkner GR!. CRB President Ronald E. Newman 964-6881



ERA Faulkner Realty, Inc. Accelerated
Realty inc.
Located Hwy. 301.'. 2 blocks South of C.I?. '100 221 Lafayette St. Your Full Sorvico Rani Etta to Office ,

*BEAUTIFUL HOMI IN. HAMPTON OAKSi Over .29 ae., 2000 sf. Owner will con-
stow UOM Purchase. 10-89( 964-4544

,*I TO ,.ACM. lOTSt Owner financing, low down payment. Septic tank Included. 5t m
301 S.
\tot-89 "" : Hwy. I

V MCI REDUCED; ON THIS 30 Acre farm with large 4 BR brick horn. 99.89 .t.AI ,"111I Starke FL

'OWNER FINANCED No Interest Loan, 3 BR Horn, Hwy 100. 100.89

HAMPTON IAKI lot. Assumoblemtg. 129/89 BROKERS SPECIAL s/Homes ../Lot Acreage Waterfront
*lAWnVi 3 BR. 1 BA on 3/4 Acr. Only 28000. 207/89 Owner Says Sell :
*HWY MINI 220' frontage, approx, 30 acres or can purchase as small as 1oof Brick.3/2. Over 1400 Sq. Ft. CHI A.' v/Farms ..!Commercial

.209/89 New Roof large lot, 100x300, Fenced Becfc Yard.
*IAR1TON BEACHi Building lot, has lake privileges, $6,200. 204/89 .REDUCED from SSt.OOO to$52,000! ON THE WATER 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick, Eoi-ln' Kitchen Family Room '

*!.' ACMSl Build or put mobile home. Owner financing. 200/89 -- -. CHSA. large Lot 2.80 Ac., 3310 SF, Front a Back Porches.
*NIC!,NEW J BR. leA Ideal for retired couple or starter ho..... Only $29,900. Ta 2S.OOO ROOMY HOMI 3BR/2BA Frame. Family Rm w/FI'eploce, CHAA, j j jLARC1

lot. 197/19 SF, 576 SF Workshop, Hampton Lake Ace....
tl button frame kltcherfcablnCts.:
*$ U.SOOi Cute as a I/I, new : .
..HVW It..W,3 BR, :21/2 BA brick veneer kitchen equipped on) beautiful acre. *$ 23f OOi Newly renovated Inside and out. 2/1 fenced yard In S''r"... ATTENTION, HOMI SEEKERS 4BR/2BA CB Home, Family Room, CH4A ]

"t4-89 $ 24SOOi In Brooker, frame home, walk to everything_owner fI.non .. 2M8 SF, Oarage, Landscaped.
..'*HWY Ml SOUTHt Equipment Sales a Repairs, welding,, paint shop ACRES OF PRIVACY 3BR/1BA. A-Frome w/Porchet All Round, Stove a I
1 ocre fenced and cross fenced. Nice 3 BR. 3 BA brick veneer has swimming pool. $21.000 to$50,000".ooo. ... Refrlg., Wood Burning Stove, Pole Barn 24x50 Tool Shed 8x4.Well I SepI I
Could be used for another business. 191/89 *$ Cedar home on I acre, CHSA range, ref.. tic.
'LAURA STREET 4 BR., 3 BA, Owner Anxious.. Assumoble Mortgage. 54000. *S 31.0001 Concrete block. 3/1, central heat In Starke. 100x121 lot. LOVELY BRICK HOMI 4BR/2BA CH&A, Stove, Refrlg Dishwasher. 2340 I t

)"' /19 *$ 42,500i Crystal Lake Homesltes, CB. 3/t. CHSA. range, ref 1300 SF. SF, Sun Deck w.lla Sepllc. I \
.*LOVEIY COtONIAl' HOME .R. 21/2 BA, 2 rental units on approx. 3 acres of *$ 43.500 A lotto house, 4/1V4. CHSA range, ref. over 1500 SF. JUST NORTH OF LAWTEY 33R/2BA Brkk. Family Rm CHSA.: 3446. SF, 3 I
.. t76/19 $ 44,9001 loke cottage on clear lake with white sandy beach large 00...... large Workshops, on 1.7 Acres w/lots ol Shade T/_.. I

..KwnV 2 BR. 1 .... From.. $25.000. 168/69 *$ 4S.OOOI Frame, 1400 sq. ft. 4 BR. 1 3/.. BA, large lot tn country. ROOM FOR HORSES 3BR/7BA Cut Brkk. ,, CHCA Range A Refrlg Big Shed
*A OUMT NEIGHBORHOOD Nice home with 3 BR, 11/2 BA on large lot with $ 4','00i Brick 3BR/I Vi Ba, nlce.n.lghbo..rong.,.ref, CHSA end. garage. Fenced Area for Hor.... I

__. Ma..... the perfect Christmas gift under $43.000. 189/89 $50.000 te$75.000. CROSBY LAKI SHORES 3BR/2BA Two-Story Home Stove Retrl AC Units. |
.*t M, I tAi Lorg 2-cor. .Mporat garage on a larg country lot. A |I.wel l lat $ 14.0001 Hlg'hway 16 West,'../2.%, CHSA, 1496 SF on 1 -acr.. REDUCED. Electric Heat Well B Septic I Acre.

MA OQO 134/89' $ SS.OOOi Owner finance, 3 story 4/2 CHSA/ on .... acr... INVESTMENT PROPERTY Two Story Apt. Bldg 2BR/1BA ea Apt,Cos H_.

qft 2 _. prkecllor a qulc" 1(11.. $ S7.SOOt Commercial garage, on Edward Rd., Almost new. Metal Building.S Septic 3.7 Acres.
DUCID. 2.Story Apart..nt Building., $39,900. t09/89 1.0OO: Excellent neighborhood near the hospital.! Corner lot 3/2 CHSA. RIVER BEND ESTATES 3BR/2BA DW Mobile Home OUA 3 Acre*.

I HOUSE WITH POOl 2-Slory on 1 ocre. Beautifully landscaped. 112/89 *$ iS.OOOi US 301 $. frontage, 3 acre* with mobile home and metal bldg. CTV HWY 23S 3BR/2BA Mobile Home, AC Units, Central Heat ..8 Ac.... |
I 3BR 11/3 BA brkk. In nice residential neighborhood. 132-89 HIGHWAY Ml S 300 ft Frontage 2 Mobile Homes, I Commercial Bldg. ,
ItKKJCnON ON THIS 3 BR, 2 BA In the country. Only 2 yrs. old. 167/89 Above 175,000 31* LAPAYITTI 3BR/IBA Frame, CHIA Range Utility Bldg w/Holl Bath. |
Must this unique doublewlde mobile home. Close to great *$ 78,0001 Bedford loke, 3/1 CHSA. completely furnished extra nice.' 100x300.
*OAKS OALOREi $ 7t. 50i Brick CHSA. over 2000 SF In the country on 2.78 acre*. SELECTED-PROPERTIES
'Ithlng Iok... t 59/19 lots Club Lots. l4.OOiOwner financing. Brick, 3/3 1/2 BA, Pool,All Appliance, Fireplace.
From MH to
ACREAGE. Country
AND ACRES OF HOMI BLDO LOTS 4 City Water a Sewage, Owner Financing.
*$ 87,000 Farm house, CHSA on 28 acres. :3 Barns, pecan grove.
Priced to.Sell. From $3.000 a Up. *S 94OOOt Gorgeous brick home In Drwoocl2Immaculal..,/Aut.See. .f HOMI BLDO LOTS Shady Oaks S/D Breaker.
S-ACRI TRACTS Breaker, Owner
*$9l,000i Owner financing. 3 Immaculate MH'., po'oOCIkl'on 74'acre. POUR Financing.
*$"5.000. Brick 48R 2'4Ba. CHSA fireplace, ranch,, ref, DW,.over S acre*. THRU J-ACRI RIVERFRONT IOTS Breaker, Owner Financing
Call One ol Our Professionally Starke 3' .' reduced: t ACRES Well, Septic B. Power Pole.I .
*$129OOi Historic. Renov..6BR : <4Ba. fireplace* .
*$17S.i 2i Beautiful 2 bride and cedar farm home 4/2i Bg oi 73 acre*. ACRES Hwy 301 South.
Staff story > .
Trained Today.....964-5069. : *.' ACRES Frontage e. New River, Well I Septic.
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After Hours Call These Realtor Associates: '. c- .
'eron. L. Faulkner' .....964-5142' Call us About : Wayne Deuale*.,i44t) ...10,646664 ,

Darln Godwln..... 6I.2503 LAKE LOTS 'HOMES., :'ACREAGE I II" Do4d.'''.'408 CIeotce.-.44-431t: [

Warren "Woody" Ryd r...94-9040 BUILDING tOTS 'COnVtrUJtCIAL: PROPERTIE&We Nevis W....' 4.7484 ............ .4BB.1M71

i, .Thomas/ (Tom) Cross ...964-4786 ,., .,.'";, ,,.' Invite Inquiries On Our Other Listings': .

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unfurnished $250 month, $150 de- kitchen and living room like new, Community College trained. Must self-esteem sink this year. Call
po/16 782.1243. 13 s 60x14. central heat, nice yard and have dependable/ transportation,ableto 964-8594. TFN 17 S
/ 4 trees,one child max.964 6714 Meng follow directions and work Independently. 11/30/89 4
. .. LOW RENT ONE ROOM EFFICIEN- Dairy Road and 21st St.. $245 month Home care work available ALTERATIONS: zippers hems button
:FORSALK' .. r : .. ...FOR'SAUE.' CIES: Air and Heat carpeted, very plus deposit 13 I In Alarhua County. Call 1-800-342- holes patches.eto. Drop off and pick
cloan. All utilities paid. Private park 11/30/89 2 8601 for Interview. UPJOHN up. 7 days a week.7am-8pm.964-
1 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. AS LOW AS 1988 INTEGRA LS WHEELS: Set of' 4. Ing. 9645687. TFN 13S 3BR HOUSE ON GRIFFIS HEALTHCARE SERVICES. TFN 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from
$1499 PER MONTH. CALL 964- Call 964-5267 or 533-2364. 11/23/89 4 LOOPstovlO.refrlgera..Ir.and dishwasher 15 s 11/30/89 4 Southslde Elem.: Hwy 100 -TFN
6946. 12 8 9/7/89 12. 12/07/89 1 IN RAIFORD: 4 BR. 2 BA house. CH/A, furnished carperted DRIVERS TO$850 WEEKLY:HIring local 17. 11/30/89 4
ALUMINUM NEWSPAPER KING SIZE WATERBED: Includes Lease 6 mos., mm$325/Mo Depositof throughout, front and back porch and and O.T.R. Now. 13555500. Train T a R PAINTING:Interior Exterior.Froe
ix t I' PLATES Measures 24x36 headboard.rails, and 2 pedastals w/ $200 up front 664.8602 after 6 utility room.ceiling fansforcedairheat locally. 15 s Estimates. Reasonable Rates. Call
inchos.S 50 each Great for patching 12 drawers ((6 on ea side). Ultra. 5 m. 13 s 11/23/89 and window air Large private yard 12/07/89 2 Ronnie. 9644377. 17
11 and repairs. TELEGRAPH )115 W. Waveless (no. heater. $300. 473- and drive$300 $200 HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATORS: All S 11/23/89 5
Call St. Starke. 12 8 7490.12 S 12/07/89/ 3 BR HOUSE ON CROSBY LAKE: Security after 6pm, 964- /Hypes needed now.Experienced CC CLEANING SERVICE: Holiday Spe-
/ 52 1COLOR Completely furnished with dock.$350 8970, 964-8705,964-4430 To$16/Hourfy.Great benefits. 1-355- cial Carpet Shampooing 1st room.
,,11 ALICIA HAY FOR SALE IN ROLL. Arthur TV: Console, $150; 2 utility trailers per month Call 964 6494 ask for 13 I 12/7/89 5 5500.15 I 12/07/89 $25,each add. room$5(min.3)).782-
(tl: 782-3140 12 $150 ea. OBO. 9644440. Austin Fender. 13 s 2 BR DUPLEX IN TOWN: CH&A. Unfurnished 2POSITION 3089.17 s 11/23/89
'r Gaskins.11/30/89 4 12 s 12/07/89 2 11/23/89 4 .$300/Mo;$150 Deposit. 964- AVAILABLE: The Bradford 5WILL
MARY 8 S VARIETY SHOP: Sales wicker,' STEEL BUILDINGS Custom designedand DESERT ISLE MOTEL: Low daily or 2250. 13 t 12/07/89 County Board of County Commissioners CARE FOR YOUR CHILDREN In
K1 i used furniture, appliances TV's engineered to lit your needs. weekly rates Kitchenettes room available 1 Is accepting Inquiries for the my home. Have fenced yard. Call
P'' microwavos, VCR's You name it, I Buildings Include 26 Ga. Roof& Wall Mobile homo for rent 7823332. 3 BR, 1 BA HOME ON LAKE GENEVA: position of VETERANS SERVICE Joanne or Diane at 9649774.
<'< ill I Alwas looking for such items. Panels ((12)) colors. FOR FREE 13. 11/23/89 4 Will consider one months rent for OFFICER, for Bradford County. The 17 s 11/23/09 3
carry Stop in if wish to sell somethIng. ESTIMA TESC ALL GLOBAL BUILD FIRST MONTH FREEI'APT.FOR RENT. cleanup.$350/per mo.,$150 security position Is part-time working one ((1)) HEALTH INSURANCE at group rates for
you INGS 800.942-6898 or FAX 214/729- 1 BR/1 BA Kitchen fur. dop. Call 1-325-3238 after 6 No the Call 1-462-4178
I tt' 304 E Call St. 9643250. Evenings heat/air w/w p.m. day a week. Anyone Interested in the self-employed
iv call 964-5813. Don't call aftor 9pm. 6002. 12 8 12/07/89 carpet, water sewage and garbage collect calls please. 13S position,or for additional Information, for information. 17 s
TFN 12 8 11/30/89 1PLYWOOD furnished $200/Month, $100 Dept 12/07/89 2 should inquire to the Clerk of Court's 11/30/89 4
1" 4JUST : 112.4 ply CDX $10.99. 5/8" (With 1 Yr. Lease or 1/2 first month 2 BR TRAILER:$250/Month. Plus RV for office Bradford County Courthouse HANDY MAN: Reasonable rates. Paint-
IMAGINE YOUR FRESHEST $13.19; 3/4 $17.99. Nails tools, rent free with 6 mos. lease). Call 1- sale. 9643728. 13 s by December 20, 1989, 5.00: p.m. ing Plumbing Electric & Home Re-
Christmas troo/wrealh ever direct to electrical plumbing yard tools, nuts 4681630. 13 s 12/07/89 1 15 I 12/07/89 2 pairs.25 yrs experience.Woody 964-
door UPS from my plantation in & bolts. Stephen Smith Lumber 468- 11/30/89 2 3 BR 2 BATH HOME: Kitchen furnished. SEARCH PLACEMENT EXPANSION 5405 or tommy 964817017
your the Blue Ridge Mountains. Free color 2624 7 Miles South of Starke on 301. 2 BR HOUSE ON PRIVATE ESTATE. wall to wall carpet. CH/A, Lake site. Large contingency firm Is expanding s 11/30/89 4
.I) brochure. 800-443-TREES.. 12 8 12/07/89 1 $275 plus electric. 9645414. $500/permonth.$300/deposit.1-468- further in Orlando through merger. HUDSONS REPAIR: Will do repairs or
12 s 12/07/89 1 PRESSURE TREATED LUMBER:2x4x8 13 s 11/30/89 2 1630. 13 I 12/07/89 Full corporate support for successful painting on roofs mobile homes
At'"TOMOPi| | B PARTS' Four Modular $1.761Ea.. 4x4x8 358Ea. Call 3 BR.2 BA WITH GARAGE'Almost brand 2 Independents in area.Send Company houses, etc. Free estimates. 964-
;:P-..nil ">, :'"!.. li,: w Dodge Rims, Collect 468.2624 for quotes on other now. 1011-B W. Pratt St. $500MoAskaboutleasepurchaseoption ( Information to Joe Wiggins, P.O. Box 9607.17 S 11/30/89
1 hvolugs. Four tires: 2 Mud grip and 2 vices. Free Delivery Stephen Smith .964- 'HEEF'WANTED' 56761 Atlanta GA 3034315 4WELL
: radial Also rebuilt 351 Windsor mo- Lumber & Builders Supply 7 Miles 8073.13 s 11/30/89 I 12/07/89 1 DRILLING. PUMPS & SERVICE:
tor with transmission; C-4 transmission South of Starke on 301. 12 4 JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA: LONG HAUL TRUCKING:Get Into a high Durrance Pump & Supply Co, Water
.S64-2573 after 6 p.m. Anytime s 12/07/89 1 2 BR/2 BA DOUBLEWIDE on one acre. Openings available In several areas. demand career as an owneroperatorwith systems specialists. 864 N. TempleAve
on weekends. 12 s TV ANTENNAE & POWER BOOSTER: Large built on don could be used as Will train. For info call (708)) 742- northAmerican Van Lines I Operate US 301, Starke, 32091 TFN
11/23/89 4 Call 9645504. 12 8 3rd BR. Central hoot and air, fully 8620. ext 362. 15 S your own tractor. If you don't have 17 S 11/30/89 4
NEW AND USED CELLULAR PHONES: 12/07/89 1 carpeted. $325/Mo + $300 Deposit 11/23/89 4 one. we offer a lease-purchase program CHAIN LINK FENCE:Installed. Free esti-
For Sale We install and activate Call PEVEY TKO 65 Amp.$150;Electric bass On SR 16 W. Call 964-2834 eve ANYONE CAN APPLY)Guaranteed Visa/ that Is one of the best in the mates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO.
964.4238. TFN 12 s guitar. $50. 964-2105. 12 nings.13 s 11/30/89 MC.US Charge. Even with bad credit. Industry. No experience necessary. If owner Tommy Reddish, 964-8559.
.1 11/30/89 4 S 12/07/89 1 2 BR. 1 BA HOUSE located In town. No one refused. Call((602)) 842-1087, you need training, we will train you. TFN 17 s 11/30/89
ATARI UNIT plus 44 tapes. A great buyl! GUN CABINET, CHINA CABINET.2Pc. Screened in front perch, $275/Mo. ext. U4424 15 8 You must be 21, In good physical 4PRESSURE
$90 00. 965-5011, ask for lady who Sectional couch; Sound Design Stereo plus dop. CASTLE PROPERTIES 11/30/89 2 condition and have a good driving WASHING: Houses sidewalks -
I II'IB Atari 12 s ,with 2-speakers.Headboard,with USA Inc.,William D. Tiffin Licensed DRIVERS TO$750 WEEKLY. Local and record. Call northAmerican for a driveways. Roof Repairs. Call
11/30/89 3 matching night stands,weight bench; Real Estate Broker 9645065. O.T.R. Train Local. 355-5500. complete information package. 1-800- 964-6341. Terry Parks. TFN
HANDI HOUSE PORTABLE buildings 2 M-T Tires 964-4046 or 5332210. 13 s 11/30/89 2 15 s 11/30/89 2 348-2147, ask for operator 97. 17 I 11/30/89 4
storage buildings, garages, green 12 8 12/07/89 1 1 BR 1 BA UPSTAIRS APARTMENT: HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR: To 15. 12/07/89 1 STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE
houses. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Hwy CHEVY MOTOR.Small block4oo wltrans- Located in town, $175/Mo. plus de- $16/Houriy. Hiring all phases now. TRUCK DRIVERS:Take this job and loveit. SALES AND SERVICE All makes
301 South, 964.8848 TFN mission, 65k miles. Never misused. posit. Also, 3 BR 1 BA home locatedIn Many needed. 355-5500. 15 Call today: J.B. Hunt. 1-800-643- and models cleaned oiled and ad-
12 S 11/30/89 4 $f75.; Craftsman 8* tablesaw on Lawtey. Lots of space available 8 11/30/89 2 3331. EOE. Subject to drug screen. justed $15. New and used sewing
12X21 CARPORT $790. NO DOWN stand works good $75; Propane Jan. 1. $325/Mo., plus deposIt. EARN $5-$10 PER HOUR. Part time or 15. 12/07/89 1 machines. Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan
PAYMENT .Handl! House portable system for truck all parts 79 gal. CASTLE PROPERTIES USA Inc., full time. For Information call RAMONA PART TIME KENNEL HELP: Starke. Road) 9S4-8733 TFN 17
buildings Hwy 301 South Slarke 964- tank,$125.'74 Pontiac Firebird needs William D. Tiffin. Licensed Real Estate 7823068AVON. 15 Prefer adult. Great learning experi S 1U30/89 4
8848 TFN 12 S motor $150. 782-3658. 12 Broker, 964-5065. 13 s 11/30/89 4 ence. Will need transportation. 964- WANT TO DRINK THATS
11/30/89 4 12/07/89/ 1 s 11/30/89 2 REAL ESTATE LICENSE COURSE only 9560.15 s 12/07/89 YOUR BUSINESSI! WANTTO
CHRISTMAS TREES: Cut your own.$10 ..- .. OLIN'S SUBDIVISION MOBILE Home 4 1-755-4040.North Fl.Real STOP? { THATS OURSI
each. 9 Milos South of Starke on RD ; FORRENTMOBILE : \ lots for rent water and sewer furnished Estate College. TFN 15 1HOMESFORSALE Alcoholics Anonymous 964-3619
100 1/2 Mile South of Suwannee I cable tv available. 782-3333 t 11/30/89 4 964-4150. 964861417
Swift/ on C-18. Please call ahead. I HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY TFN 13 s 11/30/89 NURSING PERSONNEL FOR ON-CALL. FOR SALE BY 3 s 11/30/89 8
OWNER BR I 11/2 bath
1 473.4195 12 8 WATER, SEWER.CABLE TV 2 BR HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for Employee Dispatching andclientcalls. block house family with freestanding TREE SERVICE: Trimming topping,
11/30/89 3 1 BATH 964-7498 TFN 13 rent Close to prison. Call 468-1323. Nursing background helpful licensenot room removal clean up and haul oil. Free
LWB PICK UP TRUCK RACK; 12 gal. hot S 11/30/89 4 TFN 13 s 11/30/89 needed.Musthave pleasant phone fireplace,living, estimates. 964-7002. 17
water heater. Works off 110 outlet. I FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR.all utilities STATE EMPLOYEES,need a home close voice caring and understanding of seperate dining room carport and s 11/30/89 2
Call 5332474. 12 s paid. From $37.50 up weekly. tc >'uur work? '}.'r have dean mobile elderly and sick. Work from home, utility room fenced yard with bam NEED SEWING? ALTERATIONS? Re-
i 11/30/89 2 MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St. homes availablo. call 468-1323. TFN must have private phone line. In-Of- call 964-5647 16 8 pairs?Reasonable prices.964-2256.
13 S 11/30/89 4 fice training before assignment Call 11/23/89 4 17 s 11/30/89 4
I Star1< in front of Post Office.FiOOOO .
MOBILE HOME tOTS WITH CITY Lynn or Rita at 964-8772 for interview FOR SALE BY OWNER: 3BR.I Bath ADOPTION: All the best things In life
WATER.SEWER. CABLE TV, 964- UPJOHN HEALTHCARE home.Family/dining room screened await a newborn. We're a well edu-
7498 TFN 13 s SERVICES. 15 8 porchg aragefenced back yardnewly cated financially secure loving couple.
11/30/89 4 11/W/fla 7r painted.wallpaper. Saratoga Please make our dreams come true.
REWARDfor Heights,964-7634 16 Call Karen & John's ally 1-800-221-
s 11/16/89 4 6489. Confidential Expenses paid.
Help Wanted REDUCED: GRAHAM COUNTRY LIVING 17 8 12/07/89 1
the return of two Pekinese dogs. : Remodeled,3 BR Wood heater, MEET CHRISTIAN SINGLES: Revolu-
screened porch,sun dock, ,
tionary service offers safe, convenient -
One brown male (Buddy), one tan Older, Mature Person for Night 4851189.6 new air.Under appraisal for s$3,900. introductions by phone today. All
ages all hours Be Happy.Call 1-900-
Audit at Econo Lodge in Starke 11/23/89 4FORSALE8YOWNER
346-MET!: $1.95 first minute/99 cent
female (Tanya) :2 BR/2 BA House EAM. 17
8 12/07/89
: Weekends Only Hours variableNo and 4-1 BR Apt Assumable and 1PARTY
owner financing available for qualI- TIME: uo need /
you a place to
Please call 964-8P14 or 964-5768 phone calls please- fied buyer. Call' 14681630..' hold y>'social gathering?The Beta

,.,. ,,. ..., 16 s, 11/30/89 2 Sigma fil Club House is taking reser-
In'Orean- .
in 3 PR, 2 BA HOME! Acres: 984- .
:Apply person: .. -.rtionS now'tor your-speciar evefrO
8674.16 8 11/30/89 Christmas, New Year's,
I I Hwy. 301 North Starke 2ALMOST BirthdaysBrldal and Baby Showers
Su-El's Retirement CommunityRetirement Dinners and Banquets,
Garage. Energy Efficient low maintenance
name ill! $35 per day you clean up
Community Retirement Home quality built home. 48000. afterwards. Call
n.oI:0\ : make
In this smallcommunity n:1: Only $421.24/mo. payment with un- reservations.Linda your
ERA Faulkner Inc. or
A 'small retirement we also @ Realty, der$1500 down payment if you qual- Brenda 964-56I1ftor call
6pm 964-
community have rentals at SuEl's.We or ai r have Retirement Su-El's Borne. A Equal] Hwy. 301, 2 Blocks South of CR 100 LJ:3.: 964-8073 ify. By Owner. 1011B 16 W.8 Pratt SL 6865.10 13 u 11/23/89

rooms for self-cure ,i- licensed group home Housing 221 W. Lafayette St. REALTOR 11/30/89 4 .
independent seniors. FOR SALE OR RENT '
for seniors who need : Twobedroomhouse. FORSALE. I
It Is a quiet setting i assistance with Starke, FL 32091 Choice location. Newly decorated "
with home'like
ntmo a pherc.At Su-El's supervision. We give ; large fenced yard. 964-7872. 1977 HONDA 350 ROADBIKE: New bat-
24 16 8 12/07/89 1
personalized care
we ofkr housing supervision f hot JUST BUILT: 2 BR. $29.900. Stove tery and rebuilt engine.$350.00 OBO.
Versatile Prime Commercial re-
utilities, maid and Property 964-8810. 21 I
I meals, laundry servicehr frig, ceiling fans carpet, washroom.
n laundry 24 hr. services with -day week, long term approximately 300' frontage on Hwy. 301 S. Can't do better. 964-8811. 208 Ep- 12/07/89 1
emergency :
system. Meals asst.stay..Certified first old, Cl'R nursing 29,000 sq. ft. concrete parking area with person 12/07/89 St 1 16 8

optional. 1 468-2619 mined alai! spacious modern building, approximately

5,800 sq. ft., only 9 years old. City utilities.All .
This facility Is not a nursing home and therefore is not licensed to
provide 24 hour nursing care. This facility has no religious affiliation. this for $2,100 front ft.
1 Mile South on SR 325 Hampton. FL SUB Lett Walker
Call Irene L. Faulkner

Day ((904)) 964-5069 Evening (904) 964-5142

DU From a failure to the world's largest chain store That's the story of F.W.
iftiatfM lfc Woolworth.There are now about 6,000 stores worldwide,but Wool worth's
first store opened in 1879 and was out of business in six months.
Z"ii;; I Mnsurancfr Collision

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| CR229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133 J

Pump Sales & Service On All Makes f TOR' SALE ," 't."; .. BIG

as Fill 'Dirt/Top $011'Large '!.1 J !

Well Drilling :

Residential & Irrigation or Small Loads of Limerock ] FURNITURE

lie #1305 Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer ] .

964-7061 804 Temple Ave., Starke '. ,
Eves & weekends: b'44-7578 964-6182 <., 964-5823 :.!:.'964=6095'jf';


AFFORDABLE! WALT'S' TREE SERVICE Senior Registered Nurse ..

T.H.E. APARTMENTS Minimum qualifications Florida Licensure as a professional
922 E. Brownlee St. We Take Down. registered nurse and one year experience. of

Camp Standing Rd,. : Clean Up & Trim Salary based on credentials and experience.. Salary negotiable' up to Large inventory

Starke, Fl. 32091,, $28,000 annually. (Benefit package worth over$8,000). f House-type and Mobile'

964-7133 We Have Insurance Correctional Medical Technician CERT '-'-' Home Furniture

"2&3 BR. family oriented,with REE ESTIMATES Minimum qualifications Florida Licensors as a practical nurse.
laundry&large playground. Bassett Broyhill Florida Furniture &Apollo
'Free electricity first month. Phone 782-1238 Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable up
of to $18,000 annually. (Benefit package worth over$5,000).' All furniture on display in our
'Rent:30% monthly Law1.ey.FL
.... your New Medical Facility. Successful candidate will be eligible for all
Income If you qualify. Prices marked
"'A 'If you earn $3.35 per hr.,40 Florida career service benefits,including State Contributions to (
hrs.a week&have 3 health insurance and retirement 13 paid vacation days, 10 paid t' invoice or below.
dependants your rent would be COMLERCIALBUILDING holidays and sick leave. Deferred compensation plan. CEO's and i

about$1 112 a month or$3.73 in-service training. l A Christmas present for the
per day for day left In month, -
for move-In alter the first. Interested persons should contactR. familylDO
Nate Holloa, Personnel Manager
'Move-In'Qualified cost Singles low FOR SALE New: River Correctional InstituteP.
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Piece of the Berlin Wall Lands Here...

: ": Ji A small piece of the Berlin Wall U contained In this plaque made by

L4 ." ...,! Raymond Durban, above, of Durban Memorial of Starke. The plaquewas
1VER / presented to Ms. Monlka KIrkpatrick, wife of State Sen. George
p KIrkpatrick, at the halftime of the Florida-Florida State football game
-. last Saturday at Florida Field, by Colonel Friedrich K.Jecchonnek,headof
the German army delegation.
t4l The granite plaque was presented to Ms. Klrpatrlck, an East German
LOA1D refugee, by the 273rd Airborne Ba from Germany, which has been training -
at Camp Blanding, and the 20th Special Forces based at Camp Blan-
ding. It Is from the German people.
The plaque will be on display for two weeks at the Florida State
J s trf1 Museum In Gainesville, then will be displayed In the rotunda of the state
Capitol In Tallahassee before going permanently to the museum.
The plaque, denoting the end of the Berlin Wall on Nov. t, 1989, reads:
Elnlgkelt, Relcht, Frelhelt.which means Unity, Rights,Freedom.

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L[ Check the CUa ssifo ed p a a 9Keystone ] Renters Bust.r Rahn Air County Views commissioners on have offered Assessmentby Al Stefanelli, owner of a mobile I

BCT Staff Wrlt.r a 90 percent rate for owners home park on Griffis Loop, said
Starke councilmen listened to with more than 12 units, but "Small "We don't feel we should be forced to
representatives from the Rental owners need an occupance rate, pay tax out of our pockets. There
Property Owners Association, also," Holtzendorf told the council. should be some method to collect
(RPOA) Tuesday, Dec. 5, as each Many people have put their money from the user and I am not the user.
Heights Area AdsANIMALS presented the association's views on Into one, two or three rental units to Why should i pay for 45 renters in
the $100 special assessment passedby provide for retirement, and they my mobile home park?"
the county. cannot survive with the ordinance as
The RPOA, represented by Ben written, Holtzendorf said,especiallysince Stefanelli! said lie has two lots and
Holtzendorf, AI Stefannelli and Joe they must pay up front. He five trailers vacant now out of 45
HELP WANTED FOR RENT Williams, asked the city council to suggested the assessment be charged rental units, with some renters still
intercede with county commissioners directly to the renter, to be billed owing for November rent. Several
$60 .PER HUNDRED-remollIng letters MOBILE HOMES-2 or 3 to include an 80 percent occupancy and collected through utility bill- organizations, including churches,
FREE COLLIE-Young, purebred f.mal. from home. Details send a self- b.droomi$133.$150 per month. SR rate in the ordinance, and ings. welfare and other entities, pay rent
With pop.r.-to good home. 473-7937. addressed stomped envelope to: 100 across from Lake Call to allow installment payments, 'I believe in user fees, but this fee for mobile home park residents.
ltpd/12-14 Associates, Box 309-T Colonla N.w 473-7566 or 473-7810. preferably to be made by renters, b too high; Holtzendorf said.
CHRISTMAS PUPPIES-AKC Dan. Jersey, 07067. 8tpd/10-26/12-14 4mos. Bloodline, Fawn.
puppies. Champion til CAREER IN REAL ESTATE-We train. Call LAKE BROOKLYN.Spacious 2BR, completely The council heard them out, but "What are rental rates? ment ordinance has no time limit or
will hold Christmas.Buddy
M/F. A Farm.r deposit 73.1058, ltchg/12-14 Dean Weaver Watson Realty Corp. furnished. S.p. garag., deck, made no promise to the three "Rates are $175 to$250 or$275 per dollar limit, and may go up another
PALAMINO-Game Horse.Gelding- REALTORS. 473-4816 or 475-2272. andy beach. $375 mo.475.5207 spokesmen.Holtzendorf. month, depending on size of the $100 next year. He said commissioners
12yrs.old. 4739162 ltpd/12-14 6mochg-l 1-30-5-30 4tchgll-30/12-21 the first to speak, mobile home or apartment," are imposing the assessment
'YR. BUCKSKIN.Gelding, Lorg.pony. 14 PROGRAM COORDINATOR-For the Clay COUNTRY LIVING-lovely 3BR/2BA said rental property owners cannot Holtzendorf responded. retroactively, to January, 1989, and
Must ,
County Recreation Departm.nt. house. Heat and A/C, carpeted stove
favorable oc- "How much will the market
survive without a cannot that
hand English or Western. N.g. cog. property owners
have In development and refrigerator. Need references. No "
rate and a payment bear? Biggs asked. .
4730659. ltpd/12 of cupance money."I
and/or supervision Inside located between Camp
organization pets
AKC MINI SCHNAUZER PUPS.Ready for recreation programs. AH Interested Blandlng and Interlaken off CR315C. schedule. No one rents property 100 "We are"at the top now. Cannot
Christmas. presents. $175. Call applicants may request In person or by $400 mo.. $300:deposit;T year lease. percent of the time and "we are be- raise rents any higher. My rents will 'think it is illegal, but the

473 0385 oft.r 4:30. 11pd1214GOtDENIRETRIEVfR PISPSPorebr.d.$50f.mal. ..mIlIl.JAq.PlA .olptIRr": !.I'd.hJlILcaJI ",,- :.,, Call Jax 783-2691 4tchgl UJ.4JL2ft.1laTWO .-iag-tax d-without usage," Holtzerv-. an 110'I i anmipanry nt..L. .
for Employment forms from the BEDROOM-furnished house. 21 ft dorf said. decreased," Holtzendorf said. a suit," Stefanelli said.
., $100/male. 473-29SS. R.creatlon Department 915 Walnut Immokalee Road. $300 p.r month.
Leave Mess 1 ltpd/12 Street Suite 13. Green Cove Springs 473.0373. 2p d/12.7.14
FL 32043. Resumes must b.received In LAKI GENEVA-1BR. H/A carpet.
YARD SALES the Recreation Department no later 325mo. 4734961.

than 5 p.m., Friday. January 12 1990. 3 4tchg-12-7-14-21-28 BR/2BA Large Home-Family room [ Union County Area Ads] I IHELP

CRAFT and TREASURE SALI Friday 91. PERSONALCHILD fenced yard. large oaks-in town.
Corner Palmetto and Orlol. Across $395/mo. 1st and last mo. ft Deposit.
from library. ltchg/12 CARE-ln my home. Close to Call 8675373. 4tchg/12.7-14-21.28. .
THREE FAMILY.Friday and Saturday. Melrose School. 4755134. Ask for Can SILVER SANDS.DoubTewlde. Year-round WANTED HOMES FOR SALE MOBILE i j jES
7-4:15. Mailman Road W. on 100 2tchg/12-7-14 rental. 912-496-3688 after 6pm.
before new shopping dr. ltpd/12-14 PARTY TIME: Do you need a place to 3tchg12-14-21-28 reI\ SASE199014'x50'
FRIDAY a SATURDAY105. 12' B4W and hold your social gathering?the Beta FURNISHED COTTAGE lake. Close.In.I ATTENTION HIRING Government GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U .
TV, much more. 224 Shllah eR-otl electric. $200 month. Phone Call ). Delinquent tax property.
19" Color Sigma Phi Club House taking reservations p.r lobs your area. 1784069485. r.palr 1 .2 BR. 1 Both$6995.00 Coll
Park of Palms ltpd/12 now for your special event 4734526. ltpd/12-14 1(602)838.885( ) ext. R9127. 12/14 3tpd. Repossessions. Call 18056876000.( ) 755-5114 Circle B Homes, lode City FL
Christmas. New Year's. 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME On 1 acre.M.Iros. 12/28 Ext. GH-1136 for current repo list. down. Bod
WANT TO BUY Birthdays.Brkal! and Baby Showers, area. $185 p.r month and 12/14 Btpd. 2/8 credit or no credit. You can buy. Call
Dinners and Banquets deposit. Coll mornings 1.684-6634. CARS AND TRUCKS FOR SALE OR RENT 755-5114. Circle B Homes, lake City.FL
GOOD. LOW-mlleage, small block name HI $35 per day you clean up 3tchg/12-14-21-28 I I JSIO MOBttfHOMIJ Slnglewldes starting
Ch.vrol.t engine. 309. 307 or 350. afterwards. Call now to make your CONDO.I BR, attic telling fans, skylight.Bet. at 50000. Doublewldes also In
064-6600 or Keystone and Melrose. 475-2427. 1979 MERCURY MONARCH Power steering BEDROOM-TWO BATHHOUSE
475.3041. L.av. message. ltchg/12-14 reservations Linda LARGE THREE stock. Call 7555114. Circle I. Homes,
Brenda 864-5611-after 6pm call 964- 2tchg/12.14.21 power brakes. A/C AM/FM Fenced yard In country. Call lake City. FL.ll/16 tin chg. 12/7
6865.13 k 11/23/80 MOBILE HOME-2BR/1BA close to town cassette stereo, automatic. Good. con 496-3939 Hays. 12/14tfn I til CAMEL MOBILE HOME will eel
FOR SALE FLOOR SAQOIN.DOOR $250/month._ 1-388-1850. dition. Call. 496-2261 days 496-3206 cheep. $ ". Cell 4'2630. between B

.standard and (legal DRAGGIN.HOUSE OUT OF evenings unIra ...... end B p..... for mere MornieHon.
Service for
LEVEL??LaRue Leveling
Jo Minor
size $900 Betsy
pap.r al your foundation repairs., 473-7721 WANTED
473. 903 tchgll.3O/12.21 _
SATELLITE SYSTEM-Like n.w. 6 months 2 ADJOINING LOTS.3 acres eachwoods
old with scrambler. Nothing down. LOST of Clay County. Owner financed. LOAN NEEDED Small new business In
$49/m o. 1-27 2.1018.4 t c h g/12-7-28 REWARD-Tool box between SR21 and $95.00 down no closing co,ts. need of small-short term loan for
.Repossessed due to 1-30/12-21 to expand Call 4963727.
SATELLITE SYSTEM 4732494. 4tchgl equipment
... lake. Call 473-2347.
"'ft''Aft Gator, .. -
divorce. Still undsr warranty i.u..Mdown. -- Itpd. 12/14
$39/mo. 12721031.r r 1, SMALL PUPPY Needed by christmas, will
tchg/12.1.28 'De'Ahe3tpumJl JANE' S. USHE pay reasonable price. Call) .496-2630,
HEATER-Almost New ask for Itpd. 12/14
GAS, Peggy.
with venfpfpe. $175. 6592908. oL Your Union C .u.nty.R.tor".
2tpd/12-7-14 1 tr FOR RENT
RECLINER COUCH Floor lamp color tv. Lake Butler.... Lake City
bar bottles I Jewelry old 19 O'. Christmas Carol album yone l !!alid lYon, 496-2126_.. .or 755-3500 OFFICE SPACE. 150 W. Main Street,
H0 Trains. Women's clothe.. Size -- $100.00 month. Call 4962261.
12-14, drapes. Lots of Misc. 473.2159.'ltchg1214 I contforablewith. TfellUiOO- MOBIU HOMI IN RESIOINTIA1 AHA
Two bedroom, unfurnished. A/C. $IBO
64 COMPUTER-2 Disk ; a month plus $100 security deposit.
and -II.
drives, letter quality bus. printer data Call 496-3432. nights

tape drive ft educational Joysticks, software.assortment Pus of I .. R J' ."-..i .2/1 PRAMHOME In town, with financing already arranged for qualifiedbuyer '. LOST AND FOUND
games ;; .
boxes and books. 60 floppy disk -- .

organizer .(full). 473.4713.2tpd12IA21 Bay t6.Ti-XL 13OO feet .. ......: 3/1 FRAME HOMI on 1 acre at Johnstown between lake.Butler and-, Stefan White Male engllsh bulldog (CA.
.. 1I'.bound".mde., a taaftHtint teeliryl'<*'" ,Raiford onSR 121. : i "* < "' ,''' "'I .Bull Dog) believed to_be sold In the
FOR SALE .I' 1 .oomfart.Beau the XL 1200 w nhcmri> --I "*'.1 "- v' *i.\ .k- Lake Butler Area. lower left fang ta
HOMES het r6.rfle4by.nezrLreaw.da *
s ump 10 yet fenced........,an bulb die .9/1 FRAME HOMI on corner property across from Middle School In lake I missing. Clifford end Lea Dugger.
SEUI-Sprlng lake home-Reduced ocmpraeurvdad.pkB2reinontmi.Anl Butler. Con be resldentlal-multl family.commercial on this 1/2 city block;: Sanderson, Fl. 27S-2643. er2732205.3tpd.
MUST nduos ;12/14
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mortgage.IO,000-Sacrlflc.l--no Must cornpare. 6677 SR 21, I energy ease tar_nxn.I bedtl peer long an the; s e TLSsnils .3$R. 1 1/2 BA HOMI AND SHOP IN BACKS Ideal for business at home or """

North of Keystone. 4rpd/12/7-28_ XL 1200 heel poop.FSrao- ,hobby shop. Already financed that can be assumed by qualified buyer., I FOR SALE

BEAUTIFUL 3BR,2BATH.1987 mobile CHAMPION -' Y COWART '.7 ACRES IN WORTHINGTON II'fIINGI."ortlolly wooded*.Owner financing1'*I ."., ........d lev..t$M call 964-7041.'
I ,with 10 percent down. Has 1000 ft. road frontage. Could be divided. Near <'| Days 9-5 964-7J7B_tfft
Contractors "
hom..14x70carp.t.dgard.n barutJlity room,WIred AIr Conditioning Santa Fe River.' : >n,M Plant Per Sale at MarHn'e Fruit sell.movlno.1 1 CA002782 : FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THESE AND OTHER LISTINGS Farm. Fart White. BAREROOT. apple.
central aIr.Must N81aq- Bradford County aadla OR LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF.PROPERTY peaches nectarines, plume figs and
ui1y-tak. over srs- .. I *eoontiee for owe*IS. I 964-8O25 CALL....4962126.Day or 795-3500 Night:: pear*. $350 CONTAINER. GROWN
Inqulrea k 11/30/80 I I Te1r P orhee. n.ctarkt.e, plume. figs and
Jyfnfl4 1 peon. $6.00 Japeneee Persimmon*
., ,. $13.00 Grapes $3.50
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day. 4396-2621:: lot ring. 12/7 4tpd.
. NORTH CEf CHRISTMAS SPECIALS USED TIRES Led).*Bicycle small, pink like_..

f CELLULARSTARKE 11 Audio Vox '498 Barbara Powell. 4963377.ltpd.12,4WORK WANTED _

Phone -'1 00 JIrtim.D.c$mb.r90 credit .$1 000& UpII
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,;: tnruportatto model phone $ FlNAL., HIGH TREAD .: I

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