Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
November 19, 1987
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Today, Thursday, Nov. 19, there is a 70 percent chance of rain, Inside... SINCE 1879
prior to the front moving down the state, according to television Two Section BC"tt
station WJXT, channel 4.
will SECTION At 12 Pagm ... 00000 V,
see skies and
Sunday clearing to be cooler weather. Saturday and Hard Na_. . ... .. .. MOA '
promise clear and FtGR1DaG
temperatures Sunday Morning. cold, with near-freezing Editorial Page .. . .. ... .. 4A 1 07770 L BRp
Remember to The Social Seen. .. .. . .5-iA O "t Y Of
November Is protect both pets and plants during the cold spell. Public Notice. .. .. .. .. .7* t 1 6Rgl f
normally the driest month of the year, with a 30
year average rainfall of 1.86 inches. This e.
year however is the wet- .
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it test will November be the wettest since 1981, and if another one half inch of rain falls, Sunshine Industrl.. . . .IS GAINEG 1f1" ..
Recorded in 40 years. N.wt Brief. . . . .2-7B
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month. New River tower has recorded 5.20 inches in the Classified Ad. . . . .f.11B
same this Rainfall time. reports from the Highlands tower are incomplete Court . . . . loa*. 108th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
18th Issue Thursday, November 19.1987 USPS 062-700

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Worth MingDinnerTheatre. Smooth Progress Reported on Reno Project !''I

by Buster Rahn Housing Grant... renovated or repaired was decreased notified by Mayor Travis Wood to the exception of$9,382 left in the administration
"Lo and Behold a ghostly com- BCT Surf Writer Dasher reported 13 homes have from 30 to 25, because the cost of complete the painting and he will budget.
edy, will be presented at a dinner- Jim Dasher administrator for been completed either renovated or repairs has been higher than an receive payment as requested, even The concrete contractor, Wayne
theatre Friday and Saturday PlanCom, Inc., coordinator for both replaced as required. Two units are ticipated. Since the grant total was though the total amount will exceed Hines, who was the subject of some
nights Nov. 20-21 at the StarkeWoman's the Community Development Block under construction, and negotiationsare $575,000 an average of $23,000 was the $22,000 maximum to be spent on discussion in a prior meeting
Club, sponsored by The Grant (CDBG) in Reno and the underway for two others. A con spent on each of the 25 homes including any one house.Downtown. because of his work running behind
Bradford Players and the JuniorWoman's Downtown Revitalization Grant tract has been signed for repairs to administration and other schedule, told Dasher he expects to
Club. reported the contractors are mak- one home, but work has not begun. cost involved in the project. Grant... complete concrete work on the south
Tickets are on sale now at ing progress on the projects and appear Seven units are in process of being Contractor Bill Smith, who con Dasher reported the $575,000 side of Call St.. From Thompson to
Williams Jewelry in Starke Plaza to be on schedule for comple- bid, or rebid, for a total of 25 homes. tested a decision by PlanCom before Downtown Revitalization Grant has See'

Street Denmark, and Furniture Chastain's on Jewelry West Call and tion. ., The number of homes to be the city council two weeks ago, was been committed or distributed, with Lawtey Page: 3-A

Mitchell's Drug Store on Call ,
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Early Deadline... ;

Since there will be no mail on the b i

Thanksgiving holiday Thursday .
Nov. 26. The Telegraph must have .

early deadlines that week. c1! ..
Deadline for classified advertis-
ing will be noon Monday Nov. 23, : 4 .
preceding the Thursday Nov. 26,
publication date. News items and )it:
display advertising will be accepted -
until p.m. Monday Nov. ,
23. The paper will be placed in the DrugPolicy
mail Wednesday, Nov. 25. ,. ''If"
9th Grade Parents... .

A meeting for all 9th grade
parents/guardians will Be held
Wed. Dec. 2, at 7:00: pm. in the BHS
library. Don Dickerson, SRI Inc.
will explain the Youth Perceiver
Interview which will be given to all by Joe Gissy
ninth grade students. More infor- BCT Staff WriterA
mation will be sent home with your get tough alcohol and drug
child. policy was unanimously agreed to
by the Bradford School Broard, at
Class of 1947... .1 their regular meeting Monday night

A reunion of the Class of 1947 of Nov. 16. A resolution outlining
Bradford High School is set at 6:30: a policies to be followed by school officials -
p.m. Friday, Nov. 20, the night of and personnel in the event
the Santa Fe High football game in that any unlawful use, possession, or
the school library. sale of alcohol drugs, or any controlled -
Pictures will be made. Advance substances is suspected on
football tickets will be available. school grounds, or at any school
Reserved seating for the game has sponsored activity, was authorizedto
been be advertized.The .
action taken the board is
A hospitality room will be open at by
the first in the
step amending student -
the Econo-Lodge after the game.
and Code of Conduct,and will resultin
All classes friends are
a public hearing being held in the
welcome to attend. For more information
near future to allow public discus-
call Ben Holtzendorf,
sion and comment on the proposal.

Gator Club Meet... ,;-tJfIII1". :..iI.t tJL1V. Recommendations...
=- : A proposal was first inadsrLy:\ Cie '
The Starke Gator Quarterbackclub Policy Review Committee of the
will meet Tuesday, Nov. 24 at Drug Free Schools project. Com- i
the Starke Golf and Country Club. mitte chairperson is Eugenia
Social hour begins at 6:30: p.m., ( Whitehead director of student affairs -
followed by a covered dish dinnerat for the Bradford School

7 p.m.The .to..o system. Local Organizer of the Drug
speaker will be a member of
: r Free Schools program is Adele Mit-
the Gator Staff.Church .t l f Tn. chel, recently retired long time

Bazaar... K teacher in Bradford County, __
This proposal was then submittedto
The annual Methodist School Jim
soup/chili -- Superintendent Duncan -
luncheon and bazaar will be held Ready for a New Season... who presented it to the school
today Thursday Nov. 19., in the The Bradford High School Vanity Cheerleader are gearing up for a neweacon From left to right on the front rowi MIndy Heney Jennifer Brown Alicia principals for revision. Now it is
First United Methodist Church Annex basketball that It, with whole uew team to cheer: for. Their flntassignment Cruen Sondra Green Tricla Parado and Susan Crawford.In before the School Board who has
on N. Walnut St. b the final regular *eaM>n football game let for Friday night at the rear from left to right Amy Lewis, Selena Norman, Elllzabeth Rowell authorized Duncan to advertize for a
The public is invited. BITS.tadJum. Vfckl Coodowiu Jill Strickland: and Cindy Samoiu. public hearing preparatory to amending -
the Student Code of Conduct.
St. Edward's Bazaar...
Possession or Use...
St. Edward's Catholic Church will
hold its bazaar Saturday, Nov. 21. In any and all instances of illegal
from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on parish City Street Resurfacing Moves Forward Hereby alcohol or drug possession or use, bya
grounds. student on school grounds or at any
Spaghetti and meatball feasts, school sponsored activity, both the
with beverages and desserts arts Buster Hahn several months ago, pledging some When the council reached the company has completed installationof police and the parents will be
and crafts anybody's treasures, BCT Staff Writer $400,000 for resurfacing streets Greenberg item on the agenda sewer and water lines in the Deer- notified.In .
games and prizes, will be The Starke City Council approveda throughout the city. A listing of the Councilman Charles Schaefer said wood Subdivision and has paved a addition in any first incidenceof
available. lease agreement with Leonard B. streets to be improved was not the committee has met and recom- 200 ft. street in the project. illegal possession or use of alcoholor
Everyone welcome. Moore, owner of Moore Road Contracting published at the Tuesday night mends the request be denied. The Griffis asked the council to acceptthe drugs, a ten day suspension will
Inc., Tuesday Nov. 17, in meeting. motion to deny carried 4-0 without $6,058 street paving expenditurein be imposed, or expulsion from
which Moore equipment will be leased discussion. lieu of the $5,000 impact fee required school may be indicated.For .
Starke Zoning Board will meet for use in resurfacing some 14 Entertainment Center... Greenberg left the meeting by city rules. Griffis also asked any second incidence of
Thursday, Nov. 19, at 7 p.m., in the miles of city streets. The city in effect Allen Greenberg, who came without comment. the city to pave some 600 ft. of possession or use, a recommendation -
conference room of City Hall. will Woodlawn St., connecting the sub- to the school board for expulsionfrom
become the prime contractor before the council two weeks to
Bradford County Zoning Board Griffis Construction. school for the remainder of the
utilizing leased equipment for seek approval for enter- .. division to existing pavement.
putting an
will hold its regular meeting Tuesday school year or a portion of the next
the project. tainment center downtown Gerald Griffis owner of Griffis
was on
Nov. 24, at 7 in the con- is recommended.
ference room City p.m.Hall. City fathers approved the project the council agenda again this week. Construction Co., told council his year

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w Clerk Gets Choice of distributing In the first intoxicating incidence of beveragesor selling or

controlled substances on school
grounds, a recommendation to the
Raise or New Computerby school board for expulsion for the
rest of the school year, or all or a
portion of the next year, will be
Buster Rahn clerk's position a 55 percent in- made.
BCT Staff Writer crease. The school board may require a
Lawtey City Clerk Queen Robin- determined number of hours of com-
son received a raise from $168 per Public Hearing... munity work experience and man-
3 week to $260 per week, simply by Prior to the council meeting a datory school probation In lieu of ex-
asking. public hearing was held in council pulsion for all or a portion of the next
IIIII Councilwoman Laura Harris ask- chambers by the Citizens Advisory year.
ed Robinson "Which would you Task Force to discuss the type grant
VIIIwwwuuu rather have a computer or a Lawtey wishes to apply for, and the Elementary Grades...
raise?" area to be served. In grades K-5 expulsion is reserv-
Robinson responded "A raise." Errol Jones grant manager for ed for the second offense, and
Without further discussion a paper Fred Fox Enterprises told the suspension may be shortened if
was passed among the five council group it could recommend applyingfor parent and student both enroll in an
members each writing a figure one of two grants, a housing approved drug counseling program.In .
thereon. When completed. Mayor grant, similar to the current grant the second offense, successful
Robert Scott reported three of the or a neighborhood revitalization completion of a state licensed and
figures read "$260" indicating that grant, which would provide for infrastructure approved substance abuse
the clerk's salary is to be increased sewer and water lines. rehabilitation program may avoid a
I El to $260 per week. The council approved The task force elected to recom- suspension of the student.
J L r the $260 figure! 50. mend applying for the housing
I .- The situation araae at the end of grant, which was subsequently approved In General...
the regular council meeting Monday by the city council. Suspensions and expulsions may
Nov. 2, when councilman Willie The task force recommended be reduced by attending drug
Strong moved to adjourn. splitting the grant into two areas for counseling and rehabilitation pro-
Robinson said, "Wait a minute.We renovation of housing, one on the grams.
haven't finished." east side of US-301, in the SE Any student possessing or under
Strong said "What else quadrant of town centered around the Influence of "hard drugs" shall
remains?" Jones Lane. The second area to be be required to have a hearing before
Robinson said "My raise." in the NW quadrant, behind the the school board.
Harris said "We've been looking apartment buildings west of the If a student is adjudicated guilty

,, at a computer to do the water bill- school house. for the possession or sale of any con-
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""" '" -'<""- =; "" .."' ; .w -- .w- ;:I. :::"" I then asked Robinson about grant up to $425,000 down from the automatically be subject to the I
preference.The amount available in prior years. preceeding provisions.All .
Improvement Award.. council imposed no additional Lawl y is 34th In a list of some iSB school personnel shall report to

Freeman Regbter HI,landing at right U the latest recipient of the S nor did it limit in any way
Commerce':: popular program for beautifying the storr.streets and residence of the community.rrewntlng of the assistant clerk in granting an See., possession school any or suspected sale of unlawful controlled use
o the award for the Chamber to Vice.President Susan Faulkner at left. increase of $92 per week for the Project Page 3-A substance. any


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Pale ZA TELEGRAPH November 19, 1987

Higher Construction Costs Cut Number of Rennovated Housesby

Buster Rhn council meeting, dealing with the related to the structure of the the disagreement should have been force the city building code to raze grants will be jeopardized for noncompliance -
BCT Staff WrldrEscalating housing grant.Contractor. building. The Increase amounted to settled between Smith and Plan- -deterloatlng and hazardous .
construction costs $1,575, putting the total contract Corn, and should never have been buildings.Certified.
have reduced the number of housesto Defaults... $1,489 over the allowable maximum brought to the city council. letters have been sent to White Opts Out...
be renovated in the Reno sectionof Ms. Wise told the council that con Smith agreed that Jim Dasher, The council told Ms. Wise to lift the property owners, with little Ms. Maurice White, who attendedthe
Starke from 30 to 24, the Starke tractor George Holiday has run over Plan-Corn supervisor, told him to the stop-order imposed by Plan-Corn results, Ms. Wise said. If the meeting to discuss the proposed
council was told Tuesady night,Nov. time on a contract, and has accumulated delete the painting, a $1,500 line when the problem developed, and buildings are not removed, future
3. $1,700 in penalties, at the Item, which would have brought the allow Smith to complete the con-
In a marathon meeting, which rate of $50 per day, as stipulated in job in under the maximum, but tract, but do not complete the three
began routinely and quickly bogged the contract. Although Plan-Corn Is Smith proceeded to paint the house, hours of painting remaining. Smithis II. 1 1MSeafood
down with a housing grant problem, holding $6,000 on the contract disregarding Dasher's order to to be paid the remainder of the
the Starke council examined the money owed to subcontractors and delete the item. Smith defended his contract, up to $21,914.
many facets of both the Community suppliers may very well exceed the action by saying his contract called Smith vowed he will never again E
Development Block Grant (CDBG) reserve. for the painting of the house,and further work on the project, and "One wayor
for housing rehabilitation and the Following some discussion, City Dasher does not have the another, 111 get my money."
Downtown Revitalization Grant. Attorney Terence Brown recommended authority to delete the item.
Julie Wise assistant to GrantsCoordinator the city waive the penalty Under questioning by Attorney Code Enforcement...
Linda Day, stated the fees against Holiday in exchange fora Brown, Smith admitted that pain Ms. Wise said there are five
meeting constituted a public hearing release barring his firm from further ting is a high profit procedure in con parcels in the CDBG housing target
to discuss CDBQ affairs. participation in the program. tracting, and he preferred to area in which owners are not
Mrs. Nancy Norman, Plan-Corn,, Holiday did not attend the eliminate carpeting, or appliances. cooperating in having old buildings
Secretary, confirmed the meeting meeting. Commissioner Vernon Silcox said razed, and asked the council to en-
had been advertised as a public
hearing in conformance with state Smith Disgruntled... Hours9,30-5:30M-: & More
504W. Call St
laws. Plan-Corn is the firm name Ms. Wise asked Charles Jackson 9:30-4.00: Sat. Ann'sI
under which Mrs. Day operates.Ms. and John Tinsler, Plan-Corn 0 Starke
Wise asked the city council to employees, to present the problem (904) 964-8547
approve the reduction from 30 unitsto between Plan-Corn and Bill! Smith,
24 units, the number of houses to contractor on a rental house owned A Specialty Gift Shop
be renovated, saying average cost of by Carl Haile. Just SMveitll ff ""y- ThE $2.99Includes
renovation had escalated from The renovation contract called for
Come in soon {
$12,000 to $20,000( each. the expenditure of $21,914 on the ;" OWliQo
The council approved the request house, $88 below the absolute max- just to noU one r'r, COIIEC'.

40.Ms. imum to be spent on any single unit. oftneadoraBCepets.1le fROM
Wise requested approval to Aw S'
Those figures were acknowledgedby
amend the CDBG budget to Smith. Have many nice gifts from 1-_ .".-....-...
reallocate funds within the budget to .
%yss 'Berry & Co. Inc. e
reflect actual
expenditures, a When work began, concealed
routine exercise in the budgeting damage was discovered, and the It isn't too Cue for us to hetp you with your'lTUJnQoifl"it decorations. 1l>e Have

process. contract had to be amended to make cornucopias with sil.?tfrietf arrangements or sil1( Vlo.ta>les Qootdts from ourjOlU'tMt
The request was approved, ending
repairs, necessitating the deletion of ctCcBration
the public hearing portion of the some cosmetic items, something not Snap motif any fpeciaflWe
appreciate your patronage

. Legal NoticesUNITED

STATES DISTRICT COURT and all oth.r parties having or claim. the United Stares Martha! In a Charles Jackson or John Tinsler at
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA ing to have any right title or Interest newspaper of general circulation In ((904)) 964-8902.
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION In the property hereinafter described Bradford County, Florida not less than IIchg 11/19
Cose No. 86-643-ClvJ-12 ore notified that an action has once each week for six consecutive : golden-brown shrimp a stuffed crab
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA b..n Instituted against you In the weeks, prior to return date inside a natural shell a fish fillet natural-cut
Plaintiff above Court by the United Stat. of herelnabove designated.DONE NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
v. America for enforcement of a lien AND ORDERED at Jacksonville TAX DEED french fries fresh cole slaw two Southernstylehush Florida this 28th of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that W.R.
THE ESTATE OF LOUISE LINDSEY against property situated In Brad day October
and the Heirs at Law Juanita Carter ford County within the Middle Districtof 1987. Emo the holder of the following certificates puppies a lemon wedge.
Tom Llndsey, Alfr.d Llndsey and Wanda Florida and described as folows: HOWARD T. SNYDER has filed told certificates for a
A. Williams, and the unknown at the SW corner of Section UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE tax deed to be Issued thereon The
heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, 22. Township 6 South Rang. 22 11/126tchg 12/17 certificate numbers and years of Issuance SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY
llenors, creditors trustees, or oth.r East, run Easterly 39,45 feet more or the description of the property
claimant. by through under or less to the Easterly right of way IIn.of INVITATION TO BID and the names In which It was
against THE ESTATE OF LOUISA UNO- the Old lawtey Road; thence run The City of Starke Community assessed are as follows: AllYouCanEatCountryStyle
sEV, and all parties having a claim North 007' East along said Easterly Development Office will accept bids Certificate No. 202 Fish Dinner $3.99Dining
right title or Interest In th. property right of way 'fine 750.00 feet to the for the rehabilitation of a dwelling unit Year of Issuance: 1985
herein and THE STATE OF FLORIDA Northerly right of way line of Donna as follows: Description of Property: '..76200100Lo' Room Service Only
Defendants. Street run North 89*39' East Date of Bid: November 23, 1987. I of BLK 2 of Little Hollywood Ex'
SUPPLEMENTAL NOTICE OF SUIT along said North.rly right of way line Place of Bid: Grant Office, 108 E. Call R/W 077S22.
AND AMENDED ORDER 225.00 f..t to the point of beginning; Street. Nome In which assessed: John Edward MONDAY & TUESDAY
FOR UNNAMED DEFENDANTSTO thence continue North 8939' East Time of Bid: 10:00: a.m. Wltkowtkl
APPEAR AND PLEAD along said Northerly right of way line Location of Bid: 905 Florida Street All of said/ property being In the
(SERVICE BY PUBLICATION) 75.00 f..t; thence run North 007' East Owner of Unit: Clara Mae Knight County of Bradford State of Florida I Hvo-Rece Fish Dinner $2.39Captain
This cause Is b.lor. th. Court on 101.00 feet thence run South 8939' Contractor Walk-through Date: Con Unless/ such certificate/ or cer-
Plaintiff's Motion for Supplemental West 75.00 feet; run South tact Grant Office Hf/cofes shaft be redeemed accordingto
Notice of Suit and for Service by 007' West 101.00 feet to the point of Contractor Walk-through Time: Contact law the properly' described In such
Publication filed on October 7. 1987. beginning, Grant Office certificate/ or certificates will be told
Having been advised by Plaintiff that and you are ordered and required to Contractor Walk-through Place: Con- la the highest bidder at the courthouse
the newspaper made an error In appear and In said action, and tact Grant OfficeA door on the 22nd day of December
publication of the description of file your answer with the Clerk of this copy of the work wrlte-up can be 1987 at MOO/ am. D
the property being foreclosed the Court at Jacksonville, Florida, and to obtained from the Grant Office at 108 Doled this 12th day of November 6
Court' finds that plaintiff's motion serve a copy thereof upon-the E, Call Street along with a copy of the 1937.
,_ shquld be granted. Therefore, It Is Plaintiff's Attorney Doroth.a Beane Standard Performance Specifications. Gilbert S. Brown
now ORDERED: Assistant Uhlt.d States Attorney, Posy .'. Grant Office hours ore 8.12 noon and w .1 Clerkolarcuitfroyr4'OI / i A great little seafood place.,
1.. Plaintiffs Motion for Supplemental Office Box 600 Jackionvlllr! Florlde-**(.__l.5 p.m.. Monday through Friday. Bids Bradford County;Flo. 4VK -' >i u, ,
Notice of Suit and for Service by 32201, on or before December 28 must be submitted In a sealed /M/l94tchg 12/10
Publication b. and is 1987. If you fall to do so, judgment by envelope.In .
GRANTED. default will be entered against you for order to e eligible to bid the con
2. All unknown heirs, devisees, the relief demanded In the complaint. tractor must meet the Contractor Standards ;:,::.;}:STARK' ,rSTARKE I \Gainesville. i
grant., assignees, lienors 3. This Supplemental Notlc..of Suit set forth by the City of Stark.for : PLAZA '""Wa'm.rtriazit' ; _i
creditors, trustees or other claimant., and Amended Order for Unnamed licensing purposes and must hold cur i..!t W. M dho", 261SNW13StfJACKSONVIUte ;
by through, under or against the Defendants to Appear and Plead (Service ,
Estate of Louisa Lindsey, deceased; by Publication) be published by )r ':",, ',K I :, :1 .,
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Joe Gill! A survey will be made to deter- ment is being heed," he said. "If the school board was renewed with of course offerings for our size job will be from six months to a
BCTSUffWrlflA mine the need and the best way to principals are not adhering to them the law firm of Green and Hobbs, school," said Duncan. Scheduling year.Turniung.
.policy to guide school officials In provide uniforms. they will be" brought In here to explain P.A.,at the same rates as last year. honor classes Is almost Impossible, to another matter,
the event of notification that a stu- whv High School Principal Charles he said. "When turn lanes are Installed on
dent has a contagious disease such GED Graduates... Francis reports that Honors classes An Educational consuming firm US. 301, there will be no parking
as the HIV Virus, was adopted at a Twenty-eight students have In Other Business... will be brought back to the level of represented by Cary Ferrell,former there," said BUS Charles
public hearing at the regular school received high school diplomas this The contract with Architect Spires 1985-86 next year. Schedules were school superintendent of Seminole Francis,"and we are got to lose a
board meeting Monday, Nov. 10. month from the Vocational- Drivas was renewed at the same prepared for the students and were county, was commissioned to lot of parking IpaCes. "Other
No one was present at the hearing Technical school, said Principal rates as last year.Total constructionthis available for them "on opening prepare a policy manual for the schools have nice parking lots, why I
to speak for or aginst the policy as Charles Thomas, Including Mrs. year will be only about$330,000, day," he said. "Next year honor school board. Bid price was $8,000 not the High School?
proposed. It was adopted by theboard Dorothy Cone. but no Increase in commission was classes will be elective, and not and will Include a first draft,a revised "Maybe we have put our tennis I
and read into the minutes by "She came In for a course in asked for. prescheduled." second draft, and a final draw courts in the wrong place," said
Superintendent Jim Duncan. flower arranging, and we wouldn'tlet A contract for legal services for "We have a tremendous number with more revisions. Time for the_ chairman Rodney Hall r
The utmost confidentiality will her get away, said Thomas.
be maintained In the case of the HIV "And guess what? Here Is her
Virus,"the policy states.A case con- diploma. She showed the yourg people
ference committee will be convened, how to do It." SAY A
appointed by the superintendent, I
and composed of the parents, the Staff Development... ,. '
student if an adult,the public health "Twenty seven teaching cer- "MERRY CHRISTMAS" !
officer, a school district administrator tificates have been extended this ...... ...
,and the school board at- year through inservice training," ..... ..
torney. said personnel director Dewey ::....
The committee will meet to McKinney. "572 participants have ...:::. WITH A HALLMARK CARD!
recommend to the superintendent, devoted 14,990 hours to staff develop- : ......
an appropriate educational pro- ment activities during the year ::::....
gram. The superintendent will make 1986-87 he said. ..:
the final decision the educational In addition :::
on 144 participants have ::.
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program for the student. logged 684 hours of food service in- ::,
service, reports Dolores Morgan, ,
Bus Driver Uniforms... Food Service Director. p < r The
Gloria Starling,school bus driver, "Staff development is for B
appeared to ask the board to sanc- everyone." says McKinney. "I ex- ,,\ Li'O
tion the wearing of uniforms by bus press my deepest appreciation to all 'Q >, OFFICE
drivers. "Ten or Twelve of us have of the many people who participateto \p -%>"...
already purchased the shirts," she renew certification, remain up- 5atflt ::;::::,:...".. SHOP
said, "they give us added authority dated, and fine tune their skills. ": : .
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Starling was wearing a blue shirt Councilman Len Schlofman \ ".'" n a. :":::'":::.:'
with name plate, as a model. "We questioned use of corporal punish- ')#". ':"".:':'. ........
only want the shirts, most of the ment in the schools, referring to a ,it'b\)\.. :::;::::: !:)::::"
drivers want to wear jeans," said "Letter to the Editor" in a recent :j11
Starling, "they cost$17.95 each and issue of The Telegraph.
we will need two." "Corporal punishment is a part of And show them you care enoughto
"Remember you will be required the school system in this county,"
to wear them ii we give you an allot Supt. Duncan said. "There are strict send the very best!
ment to buy them,' said Duncan. guidelines when corporal punish-



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School board member of three I
years, Dr. Leonard Schlofman was
elected chairman for the year
1987-88 at a special meeting called
for Tuesday night, Nov. 17.
Boardmember Evelyn Chastain
veteran of one year, was elected
year.vice-chairwoman for the ensuing TERwiftJEqAR MOTORS

Meeting times and dates were not
changed. Regular monthly meetingswill
be continued on the third Mon-
day of each month,at 7:00 the
board room In the school board offices -

on Temple Avenue.Project. A TOUGH DEAL TO BEATFORD

From 1-A .
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Walnut l Street9by* Fridan"ilov.* 27. F-150, \ F-250 F350MANUAL .
Five of the "bubbles" have been
completed, with four others scheduled -
for completion in the near future.
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Hmes expects to complete all con- / '
crete work by Dec. IS. "TOT
In requesting an interim paymentfor t
Use FORD'S 1 o.
work, Columbia Paving Co. '
showed a charge of$19,750 for park- .
ing lot expansion, with 74 percent of t-11------- II 1 LIIJJ!
the Job completed. Street improvements $500. -
with a total cost of
JO,08I, is 29 percent completed.John .
Miller, chairman of the CAsh Back _
downtown committee, told the coun-
cil that putting an inch of asphalt on
South Thompson St., between Call
and Madison Streets, would be a NO PAYMENTSTILL
waste of money, since the broken
concrete base will not support the
asphalt, called for In the original '
contract. MARCH 88


LawteyFrom Page 1-A '88 BRONCO II's '88 RANGER 4X4's XLT

Development Block Grants, with
some 34-40 having a reasonable 4X2 4X4 up to
chance of being funded, said Jones. cup \
"It behooves Lawtey to have as \
many points as possible, since prior TO $2000. -
performances play a major role in f
getting applications approved,"
Jones told the council. He further S2000.DISCOUNT Discount
said the present grant is in good con- ; .
dition, with the work on schedule, "u' W
the finances within budget, and prospects
for completing the grant
within the time frame very good.-
The council voted in the October
for Fred Fox Enterprises to
meeting make application for the grant. The '87 T-Bird Sport 302 V-8 Loaded ,
deadline for filing for the grant is 88 Mustang LX
Jan. 22, 1988. If approved, Fred Fox Fully Equipped
will administer the
Enterprises 5 spd., A/C, stereo cass., prem. sound, wire wheel
covers, speed control, WSW tires, Dual Mirrors, SAVE $2200.
Current Grant... power locks.
While discussing the current BRAND NEW!
grant,resident C.C.Anderson askedif
property must be cleaned up priorto 88 MODEL!
having a house renovated.
Jones said his firm will inspect -
property since the property must be $9495.
presentable to qualify for renova- ass'evr-
tion.The administrator has required
people to raze sheds, remove debris add sales tax $ 4,695.
and clean up property, before work
can be done, Jones said.
Anderson then called attention to

junk cars on the Tommy Tucker property ,.
,which is slated for renovation. 1
Tucker said there are no junk cars
on the property, leading to some
discussion between the two. Terwille Motors

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50 handicapped citizens of Bradford Proposed New Home of Sunshine Industries
A part of each handicapped
County will be going to their Jobs today who major
would otherwise be institutionalized or sittingat client's day is spent in some form of vocational -
home watching TV, if it were not for gainful training, and all developmentally
employment offered here by Sunshine In- Present Facility OutgrownBob Fund Raising Game PlanThe History and PhilosophyBARC disabled clients attend classes In
academics and basic education, daily liv-
dustries Inc. of Sunshine
Larimer general
Fund-Line, or ARC Builders, have became operational here in 1975 ing skills, and social and communicationsSkills.
Industries, largely responsible
In its present inadequate facility on Highway in person "The started a fund drive on the 25-yard line when concerned parents and local in- .
for its growth recent ,says,
rapid years with a goal to score a touchdown for the
18 West, the S.I. plant has reached its capacity dividuals formed the non-profit service
new facility is needed because the old one is Clients at Sunshine Industries must be at
and retarded of
number of clients it handicapped mentally for the welfare
in the
handicapped can organization promoting
outgrown, and most of the buildings now being least 18 of age, and must have
Bradford 75 to the
County by moving yards
employ. Its goal now is to construct a new economical and services to handicapped individuals.
used are not suited for repair or documentation of a physical or mental
10,000 sq, ft. building at the new Industrial end zone. For each $1,000 raised, the teamis In 1976 the Sunshine Industries Work Ac-
of the
In fact of SI/BARC is
maintenance. a good portion disability. The objective to
South able to move one yard until the $75,000
Park on Highway 100 at an tivity Developmental Training Programwas
approximatecost 5,000 sq ft.used at the present location consistsof goal is reached. realize the full potential of each client'sskUls
of established and has from
$250,000.Sunshine have better grown serving and enable him
mobile home units that seen and abilities, or her
covered sheds. The Recognition for contributions will be six handicapped clients at that time, to self-confident
Industries has already received an days, and a few temporary to become a productive,
SBA (Small Business Administration) han- proposed new building will double the square awarded as follows: the present 60-plus now benefitting from member of society.

dicapped loan for $150,000, but an additional footage to 10,000, enabling S.I. to meet the $500- Name on marble plaque in lobby. the program.
$75,000 is needed to carry out its plan,which includes needs of the handicapped in Bradford County.It .
adding to and updating equipment. is projected that about 20 new clients could -$1,000Individual plaque for members of
be served by 1990 in the expanded facilities. Big Gainers Club.
To meet this goal, the Sunshine Industries
sponsoring group BARC (Bradford Association The present number is 62. -$5.000Room named for donor. Sarc Bradford ARC SUNSHINE INDUSTRIES
Retarded Sunshine Industries has an annual budget of
of Citizens) is launching a P.O. BOil
which is within Brad- -$10,000Multipurpose room named for _...._.....
capital fund-raising drive headed up by a teamof $400,000 much spent
ARC-Builders, using a football-team theme ford County in wages for clients, the ad- donor. wttn"tavcsnmti" Storke, Flo. 32091 Dat
with a Coach (Richard Welty) and seven captains ministrative staff of 14, and supplies, including -$25,000Developmental Training Center
: Med Connelly Cliff Chapman, Fain lumber used in the manufacture of wooden named for donor.
Bateman, Ray Norman, J.E. Tomlinson, E.W. and survey stakes, two of the main To Help provide for the completion of the Bradford ARC/Sunshine Industries

Hodges, and David Dodge. items produced at the plant. All $100-and-over donors will receive new Center for the handicapped, I Intend to give to BARC, a non-
Sunshine Industries also emphasizes job their choice of"I Built the ARC" T-shirt or profit service organization follows
The cooperation of all civic groups and in- as :
in local businesses and mug, and will have their names
dwiduais is asked in raising the placement of its clients
funds to reach this goal. Evelyn (Stump) Grif- industries, and has placed five in regular jobs books gold according, silver, to bronze size of, or donation.white page The sum of S_* year for a period of yean, for a total gift of S
fin became the first donor of> a $1,000 kickoff in the community during the past 18 months.etixoKiALs ,

contribution. Pleaoe bill me: QUARTERLY _, SEMI-ANNUAILY_, ANNUALLY_
Outstanding in State

Beginning _
Sunshine Industries/Bradford ARC con-

tinues to be one of the outstanding programs Amount paid$ (first payment may be made now If desired)
of its kind in Florida, according to
) HRS program supervisors and examiners
It has also been commended by the Human This subscription I.not a promissory note Should I feet unable to complete the lubfcrlptlon, I

Rights Advocacy Committee for its policyof shall notify/ the BARC In writing, and my subscription shall be cancelled.
providing normalizing work activities
and training for its clients. During the past
five years,S.I.has not scored less than a 97 Check should be payable to Signature
percent rating on HRS compliance standards Bradford ARC, and tent to P.O. Bon
It is the only program in the county 509 Stake Fl 32091 Address
Today's 'Smokeout'LeadsSeries providing job training, academics, daily subscriptions will be acknowledged promptly
living skills and wage-earning work tohandicapped

of 'Just Say No' Drives citizen clients.

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This is* "Just Say No Week" in National Geographic, Nature, and the County Agent's Notebook ey Bobby Taylor'mulch

I America In fact, it might be called old standby, Sesame Street. But

"Just Say No, No, No Week" since, in children are often distracted by the
Florida's water shortage has soil
Lately, can help conserve moisture. ,
addition to saying NO to drugs, this more lurid gangbuster programs,which stimulated expressions of great concern Conserving Water You can use a variety of materials, in-
Thursday, Nov. 19 is the day of The have no redeeming value. with urgent pleas to conserve this vital cluding hay, straw, leaves, or plastic. A
Great American Smokeout, and also the resource. In some areas, there has been Another economy can be realized if you mulch also will limit the growth of weeds
when made for a Promoters of the No-TV Week suggest the enactment of restrictive water use keep weeds out of your garden. Like that compete with vegetables for fertilizer,
week are being
plans that the void thus created could be profitably measures. Our state is nearly totally vegetables and other plants, weeds require as well as water.
nationwide Unplug the TV Week". used for a revival of some old- dependent on rainfall for its fresh water water for growth. And they transpire Basically, water conservation is a mat-

Sponsored by the American Cancer fashioned family values, like eating a supply, a naturally limited supply. Many large You'll amounts be of moisture into the air. ter of using good judgment and the best
pleasantly surprised by how
demands of our exploding population can methods available. Just remember that
Society, smokers all across the nationare meal with all family members seated increased much less water a weed-free garden will
be met through imports or production the water you waste today could be the
being asked to put aside their around the table, instead of balancing a but not water! So, it's up to each need. moisture you'll need tomorrow.
)lighters, clean their ashtrays, and TV dinner on their knees while watching of us including garden hobbyists to use this And, finally, remember that a good

throw those unused packs of cigarettesin "Miami Vice". precious liquid sparingly. tw.w lVo
the trash canat least during today's"Smokeout" The rationale for practicing water con- LettersBrooker
servation in the garden is really quite sim- Child -
ple. If we waste water now, we may haveto
The idea behind the Smokeout is thatif give up future irrigation for home horticulture Resident
those addicted to this life-threatening ilk ,to save this elixir or life for more
( basic human needs. If you think that's impossible Expresses Outrage
habit will just stop smoking for one day, think again! Naturally, we all Letter To The Editor:
it proves they can kick the expensive hope we can prevent such a crisis from oc- Re: Brooker Water BillsI
habit forever. That, however, may be curring. But, it could happen. So, we needto
debatable. Some of the most addicted think about ways to reduce the amountof am outraged about the piece in The
done" water we use in gardening. Today, I'll Telegraph on the "Delinquent Water Bills
addicts "it can't be .
in Brooker.
ti concentrate on water conservation !in

This year marks the tenth anniver- home vegetable production.One There is no way any Council member or
sary of the Great American Smokeout way to save water is to plant fast- City Clerk Cheryl Cox can say they are
observance. Last year's event set a growing early-maturing vegetables. Ob- harrassed. If someone would get off their
viously the sooner plants mature, the less rear and run City Hall like a business and
record for participation in nonsmokingwhen water they will need. And conversely, the not like a carnival-there would be no
more than 23.5 million of the nation's longer the garden is in production, the water cut off!II you? know a child with a handicap -
at least madean more moisture it will require.
54.5 puffers for one went to City Hall on a Monday, Child Find is one part of the
soils naturally sandy,
Most of our are
the weed for 24 hours.
effort to Florida
forego and don't retain moisture very well. As Tuesday and Wednesday. Finally on Diagnostic and Learning
For those with the necessary will I've mentioned before, you can increasethe Wednesday, someone was there (doors Resources System (FDLRS) that
of garden open). I went in to pay my water bill and lends support services to exceptional
c water-holding capacity
for l' your
power, it just might amounts of was informed they weren't open for student education programsin
plot by generous
those who now say- "No way, Ho-Say". matter such as compost and business. a six county area: Bradford,
Just No! organic
least it's worth a try. As the saying Say Baker, Flagler, Putnam, St.Johns
At manures. These materials offer the bonusof The following Saturday at 9:38: a,m., my and Union
goes"Try it... you might like it." .. Increasing soil fertility.Of water was cut off. I called my sister to br- One function Counties.of Child Find is
No-TV Week parentsare ing me a check to the bill. About 1
In setting up a should avoid overwatering pay identification of potentially han-
As for No-TV Week... advised to make sure it is acceptedby course garden.: you There's a limit to how p.m.had,she came over, but City Clerk Cheryl dicapped preschool students, and
your Cox to to Gainesville and therefore
This might take a little more time, but the children, and not viewed as a much water plants can use. Obviously, again City Hall go was not open for business. the location of children and youth
The don't need as much as older between birth and 21 years of age
idea Many parentsare punishment for overwatching. promoters young plants
it's a great anyway. off How can business with the who have a conditionand
excess apply just runs you run a may handicap
Any you
it be explained plants.
becoming more and more concerned of this suggest and is wasted. Or, it remains in the soil as doors locked until someone gets good and are not receiving services.
about the increasing number of hours as "an adventure, a challenge" to fill a potential cause of root rot problems.You ready to take your money? Some areas of handicapping condi

their children are spending in a semi- the time with entertaining family activities No one would be harrassed if they were tions may be speech, language,

trance in front of the TV set. They think like playing t games, reading can also save water by using an ap- doing their job to begin with! I'm not only hearing, vision, learning. behavioror
things such as or- plication method that supplies moisture for .. I'm also physical problems.If
about all the good things that could be, aloud, or making speaking myself. speakingfor know of a child who
accomplished in the largely wasted naments for the Christmas tree. It is only to the root zone of your broad garden plants. quite a few others who are going be handicapped you contact may
Sprinklers that cover a area waste a the
through same thing.
children believed that most families who par- FDLRS/Child Find at (904) 3288811in
24-hours a week that are lot of water, by wetting areas between
estimated to be watching the "boobtube" ticipate in unplugging the TV will gainan rows and losing moisture to the air. If you "Boiling Over"In Putnam County or write

... things like helping mother wash incentive to make rules about the set plants far enough apart, they can be In- P.S. 20 Days isn't enough time for City Brooker Hall Bostwick FDLRS/Child,FL 32007.Find P.O. Box 159,

the dishes and make the beds... or helping time devoted to television, and use the dividually watered by hand. Of course, this to get it together and be open for business.
takes more time and effort, but it does
daddy mow the lawn. gained time for more rewarding ex- save water.An easier way to economize on But we've now got to pay them to sit home ,

Of course, all of those 24 hours are not periences.Like water is to use a drip trickle irrigation or go to Gainesville.
Smokeout system. Such a method will supply all the
Great American ,
wasted. There are some entertaining, the
as well as educational programs like unplugging the TV might be worth a try.miiijji ing moisture about your 80 vegetables percent less need water, while than us- Senator Gore's Representative

sprinklers. If you can't hand water, or usea I
trickle system,try thoroughly sprinkling Predicts Super Tuesday WinDan
your garden just once a week. This will
save water by encouraging deep rooting of
RID COv your plants. Wooten field representative ofGoreforPresident stance on the issues appealed to

4 Florida headquarters, mainstream America.
cr itlt exchanged Ideas and answered questions Gore was reared on a farm in Tennessee,
put to him by a group of Bradford County and still has a farm in his home state. His
Democrats at the courthouse Tuesday father, AI Gore, Sr., was also a respected
( afternoon. U.S. Senator for many years. AI, Jr., at-
BOB C.FERGUSON.JOHN M.MILLER tended Harvard on a scholarship, servedin
: Publl.h,, '.. .., Wooten who represents lore in the Vietnam and later studied law and
Publl.h.d.achThursdayand.nt.r.dasS.eondClassMatt.ratth.Poe OHIe at.Siorh North Central and Panhandle areas of theology at Vanderbilt University. He was

*.Fla.,ands Ado Morch :3. IB7T Subscription rot. In trod ora: $10 ..... v-; $sdx month.. Florida, predicted that Gore would be No. elected the House of Representatives in
Americans drink over a billion 1 among the six Democratic presidential 197S, and to the Senate In 1984. polling
ou...... trod**ro: $11 .... veer: to il* month P.O.DrowrA stork..Flo I pounds of coffee per year and candidates In the March 8 Super Tuesday more votes than any other candidate in

P'--964.6305 .: I around five billion bottle of pop. primaries. He said Gore's moderate. Tennessee history.

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J Arts & Crafts ExhibitAt u il

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a !, the regularly scheduled luncheon B Some members then modeled out i. '. .
meeting of the Woman's Club 'fits they had made,with backgroundmusic ... .
on Nov. 11, Mrs. Thelma provided by Mona Canova. '4
Arts & Crafts Chairman, presented Diann Douglas Norton wore a peach
guest speaker Norman :Jensen. Mr afternoon dress and her wedding
1 Jensen,who teaches at Santa Fe Col gown; Virginia Efcard wore her two- ; t{ F'4 i '
legs, gave a very informative talk tone gray tailored dress and Bette T Tr.
hY and pointed out that talent is not Haas outfit was a purple skirt and
w necessary to be able to draw. "You flowered blouse to match.
can learn to draw by starting with The meeting was presided over by ., r
simple things and go on from thereto President Peggy Thomas. Mrs. '
develop your art First, just learn Marguerite Hall gave the devotional ,1'f
to draw. and gain perspective of ob on "The Golden String of Itemem- rt
) jects. brance", emphasizing our veteransof ,
1 Mrs. Jennings and Mrs. Marty all the wars. !, I'' I

I Barry members arranged which art were entries judged of club by volunteers Pat Connelly for their thanked work with her the .. ,I >0 llf, .......,......., ., :.;':;" trw .....WAmandaSmlthchcekaherreclpesgetUngreadyforThaakegivinggoodl

Mrs. Barbara Poston of Keystone. Special Olympics which were held at \
On __ "'"=."..,.... ""' ,,- Blue ribbons were won by Jane the Middle School November 6. ".
Trawick (cross-stitch framed map Luncheon was served by Mrs.Jen
Mr*. Jewell Roberts, pictured on George W. Roberts Jr., and Florida),Lucy White(candlewick nings and her committee: Saundra Tasty temptations'
her Both birthday, with her son, daughter Mrs. Vernon (Patsy) tree skirt),Dolly Spiers (Texas Star Green, Midge Frick, Pat Connelly,
Silcox. quilt and crocheted afghan), Peggy Muriel Gilhooly, Bette Haas,
Thomas (knitted sweater), Bette Margaret Young, Naomi Herres With Thanksgiving nearly here,most ot us are buying our turkeys and dig
Haas (flower arrangement) and Betty Heavener, Mamie DuPre and sing out those favorite family recipes we have used for years.
Mildred Bellizzi (wooden picturepad Carleen Williams. Amanda Smith of Lawtey will be preparing her 31st Thanksgiving turkey
decoupage egg. The head table covered with this year for her own family's Thanksgiving dinner Mrs. Smith like aU of
Mrsa Jewell Roberts orange cloths had a centerpiece of a us appreciates,has her own most.favorite family recipes and knows just which ones her family
ceramic pumpkin flanked
scarecrows, fall foliage and with a husband four daughters, and two aons-in-lew to please this year,
Observes 90th Birthday UDC Program CenteredOn The individual tables had green finding Thanksgiving dishes that everyone will enjoy may not be easy for
Friends & Enemies cloths with similar miniature Mrs. Smith. She knows, however, that one Thanksgiving dish among the
centerpieces. many to be gobbled up, so to speak, this Thanksgiving is her family's
With Open HouseThe General U.S. Grant of the Union There was a large ceramic favorite- squash casserole.
Army and Gen. James Longstreet of pumpkin Mrs.Smith her
arrangement with scarecrows, acquired squash casserole recipe from a friend she worked
the Confederate Army were cadets fall foliage and vegetables n the with several years ago. Mrs. Smith's husband, Bob, plays a large role/in the
family of Jewell T. Roberts Before coming to Lawtey, where together at West Point and the best piano. Drawing for prizes donated making of squash casseroles since it is from his garden that she gets her .
held open house from 2 to 4 p.m.Sun she and Mr. Roberts were marriedin of friends, yet they fought bitterly by Jo-Ann's were won by Evelyn squash to can for casseroles.
day,Nov. 15,honoring her 90th birth- 1923, she taught in Henderson- against each other as leaders in opposing Griffin and Vera Lewis. Easels used This Is also a great dish to take to Thanksgiving office parties.All you will
day, in the First Umted Methodist vUle, N.C. and Daytona Beach. She armies.The UDC program of for the art exhibit were loaned by have left to take home is the empty casserole dish.
Fellowship Hall. was the first teacher in Lawtey to the W.T. Weeks Chapter went into Allen's and the First Baptist Church. Dessert at Mrs. Smith's Thanksgiving dinner means only one thing-pecan
Theunusualbirthday cake bore an hold a college degree and recalls much detaU regarding this unusual pie Mrs. Smith has been using this pie recipe out of "The Art of Southern
outline of the State of Florida, em that her starting salary was $73 per relationship. Cooking" for years.
bossed with the names of various month. President Mildred Weisgerber Murrow Open House
towns that Mrs. Roberts had lived in She and Mr. Roberts had two conducted the business meeting. Sunday, Nov 22
through the years. Profuse flower children, Pattie L. (Patsy), now Chaplain Christine Lawson gave the SQUASII CASSEROLE
arrangements, gifts to Mrs. Roberts Mrs. Vernon Silcox of Starke, and devotional with the theme "Plan Tommy and Shawna Murrow of 4 cups cooked squash,drained salt to taste 'J
from friends and family, were used George W. Roberts, of Roberts In Your Time". Starke will be hosting an Open 2 small carrots grated pepper to taste
throughout the hall, and a pink surance Agency, Starke. They had Plans were made for the House in their newly-built home they 2 tsp.grated onion 1 stick margarine !
sweetheart corsage, another gift, three grandsons and one grand Christmas Party meeting which will designed themselves. 1 cup sour cream 1 can cream of chicken soup
was worn by the honor guest. daughter. be on December 14 at the Bradford They request your presence on 1 package Pepperidge Farm stuffing mix
A highlight of the occasion was a After the death of her husband in Family Restaurant. Christine this happy occasion, which will be
display of photographs of Mrs. 1962, Mrs. Roberts moved to Starke, Lawson will have charge of the program Sunday,Nov. 22 at 3 p.m. All friends Mix all ingredients except stuffing and margarine in mixing bow!. Set
Roberts with her husband, the late where she resides at 1228 Bessent and Mona Canova will presentthe and relatives are invited to attend. aside. In saucepan melt margarine. Add stuffing and mix well. Spread half 1
George W. Roberts, during their Road. She is active in the United music. Each member was askedto For directions, call 964-4755. of stuffing in bottom of 9x12 baking dish. Pour squash mixture. Top with
mix. Bake in 350' for
remaining stuffing oven 25 minutes.
long residence at Lawtey where he Methodist Women, the First United bring a wrapped present for the f
was in business and she taught( Methodist Church, United Chapter's adopted yeteran in the VA Eastern Star SupperSet PECAN PIE
school. Daughters of the Confederacy Hospital in Gainesville at the. for Nov. 21 11/4 cups sugar Vi cup light corn syrup "
Mrs.Roberts is a native Floridian, Retired Teachers Association, and December meeting. 1/4 cup butter or oleo 3 eggs,slightly beaten
born in 1897. She grew up with six the Bradford Hospital Auxiliary. The luncheon table carried out the Starke Chapter 224, Order of 1 cup chopped pecans or halves 1 tsp vanilla
brothers and two sisters in Deland, organization's colors of red and Eastern Star will have a covered Pastry for inch pie
one of the sisters being Mrs. Lou white with American flags and Confederate dish supper Saturday, Nov. 21, 7 Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Combine sugar, syrup, and butter in 2-quart
Struth of Starke.She received her LI flags used as centerpieces. p.m., in the Masonic Hall. saucepan. Bring to boil on high, stirring constantly until butter is melted.
degree at Florida State College for Mrs. Emma Campeljohn of Miami All Masons and their families are Remove from stove and gradually add hot syrup to eggs,stirring constantly.
Women in Tallahassee, and her Ph. St. Edwards News was a guest. invited to attend. Add pecans to mixture and cool to lukewarm.Add vanilla.Pour into pie shell I I I;
B degree from Stetson University in and bake for 40-45 minutes. Serves 68.
Deland. Saturday Bazaar...
On Saturday, Nov. 21, St.
Edward's Catholic Church will spon
sor their Country Christmas Bazaar
Teresa Wilkerson, from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. on parish
grounds across from the high school.
Guy AndersonTo Spaghetti and meat balls will be
Wed Nov. 28 served at$3 per plate, with takeouts We couldn't makebankin
available. Beverages and desserts
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Wilkerson will also be served along with hot
of Lawtey proudly announces the dogs, hamburgers, homemade ice
engagement and approaching mar cream and other goodies.
riage of their daughter, Teresa Arts and crafts will be featured.
Lynn, to Guy Lamar Anderson, son Baked goods will include breads,
of Mr. and Mrs. Guy T. Anderson of pies, cakes and candies. for
--lawtey: '< ful. vuao j The wedding is planned for hand good usable clothing,
November 28 at 7 p.m. at Grace household and shop items, toys,antiques 1
United Methodist Church of Lawtey. and bric-a-brac.
No local invitations are being sent. Games for everyone and prizes
All friends and relatives are invited will be of interest all day.The publicis
to attend. encouraged to attend for a great more attractive

F&AM To Honor day! any

Past Masters Nov. 23 ,

On Monday, Nov. 23 at 6 p.m., Sponho/fz's/ To Celebrate '
there will be a covered dish supperat ifVe it
Bradford Lodge 35 to honor all 50th Anniversary gave[ away.
past masters of F&AM. The past November 29
master meeting will follow dinner.
Family and friends can attend din The children of Leola (Norman) .
ner, but only members will be allow and Lester M. Sponholtz will honor
ed at the meeting. The lodge is their parents with a 50th Wedding
located at West Call Street and Anniversary reception on Sunday, tit
Orange Street in Starke.School November 29 at 3 p.m.
The reception will be held at t
Riverview Baptist Church, 1939

Belvedere Street, Jacksonville. Or could we? '

Thank You

November 23-24
Bradford Elem.&Middle School The Cinderella
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Veteran's Day Prpgrbm; at Lawfey

Am. Leg. Aux Lawtey Elementary School who have given their Ilves defending

,. F observed Veteran's Day with an excellent it.
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Hosts ReceptionThe y program presented by Mrs. Most people left with a greater
Sheila McClellan's fifth grade class. understanding of the importance of
American Legion Auxiliary of Speeches were given By Tamara Veteran's Day. It was a program
Jones-Langford-White Post 56 s r Austin, Matthew Griffis, Zach that touched the hearts of many.
hosted a reception for the Depart W Smith, Greg Johnson, Justin Red- M..,;..:.;M....MMI.
ment President (Northern) Mary c jjlng, and Tina Eunice. The Methodist Women's Sunday
Ellen Hearn on Nov. 5 at the Legion ; Wayne Hardee, a veteran of the School Class spent Nov. 5 on St.
Hall. Vietnam the guest Simon's Island, Georgia where they
Others attending Included : speaker. warkawa. spoke elo- celebrated the birthdays of class
Genevieve Norris,4th District Presi- .r auentlyof what the flag of the United_ members Mary Bomar, Carolyn
dent, along with presidents from ... States meant to him while he was on Keen and Ada Reddish with lunch at -
units in Gainesville, Hawthorne, ; the battlefield, and what it signifiesas Emmeline and Hessie's.
Starke Unit 314, and Williston. \ ..< he looks at it today. He told Former class member Sallie
A gift of a lovely handcrafted fr8el 4 everyone It is really a privilege Williams of Brunswick visited with
gavel, made by the husband of J rather than a right to be called an the group during the afternoon.
oloris Rose (president of American and that we need to be
Hawthorne Unit 230) was presentedto v .. proud of our country and of those Laurie Mullins and Carolyn Eaves
Mrs. Hearn by Mrs. Coss, presi i iI ----'.... attended the annual evening
dent of Post 56, as a momento of the r meeting of UMW at Ocala First
occasion. A time of fellowship with President of Starke First United Methodist Church Monday where
light refreshments was enjoyed by Methodist Women Oleeta Harden- Patty Mullins Williams was
all at the end of the evening. brook and Nelia Middleton Group presented with a pin for Special
Three Chairman Carolyn Eaves at Membership in Recognition to
tended the business meeting of Missions. Laurie's mother Mrs.
UMW Florida Conference in Carolyn Izlar who recently suffereda
Joe Sapp Named I 'rv Lakeland last Saturday. Spendingthe fall was also able to attend in her
Honor Ins. Agent i r weekend at the Conference was wheelchair.
nI Verna Schmidt and Cana Schmidt.
Liberty National Life Insurance 91. ?
Company selected Joe A. Sapp as 1.11C

Gainesville Honor Agent District.of the Quarter for the .- -, '''-- r ---....--.,- .-.-' __._- ..... --........--..-..... /' ,

The award is given each quarter in Seeusfor ; '
recognition'of top sales performanceand New Members of Little Womens' Club... *Quality Invitations *Reception Items

owners.superior service to policy New members of the Little Womens' Club of Starkeare Second row. Deanne Huffman Len Looney, Allison *Attendants Gifts *Party Dresses
Farnsworth. Selena Norman, *Tuxedos *Mother of the Bride Hosiery
(lrsFirst Cindy Samons, Ginger
National Life
Liberty is a part of '
*Bridal Accessories i ..
Herndon. Rother, D.
Mindy Stephanie King. \
Torchmark Corporation, a Birm row. Pam Zurfluh, La Shaun Butler, Teresa Third row. Tavla Hedding, Christy Gault, Leslie *AnniversaryGifts ,
ingham,Ala. based financial Institution Bassett le Douglas. Unlssa King, Pam Thorton. Warren. Alyssa Wessells, Marcllla Carter, Aimee
with over $2.5 billion in assets. Woos
Carrie Carrie Shaw, Terrlcena Kitties Ferguson. Beth McKinney.
"!2: scam Come Cl."ue" !:Dall I

HAMPTONHILITES Christmas Theme Set For Nov. 29 Show Of Gainesville ArtisansThe Leila's

December Show at the made Christmas tree ornaments. The Guild is located at 806 W. Dress & Gift Shop
Gainesville Artisans' Guild will be There will be an Open House Sun- University Ave.and the regular
the annual white show and the day, Nov. 29, from 1-5 p.m. and hours are from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Bradford Square
By Dolores Meng members show featuring work in all again Dec. 6, from 1-5 p.m. in con- Monday through Saturday. The Shopping Center Starke
Phone 468.1915Commodities media, including special items witha junction with the Art Collector Guild will also be open on Sunday 964-A031 ODfflSERVI&TAR
Christmas theme such as hand- Gallery from 1-5:30: p.m. through Christmas. .
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Use... -
On Friday, Nov. 20 at 1 p.m., a
helpful meeting will be held at the ,
City Hall. Diann Douglas, Home
Economics Extension Agent for this
area, will be there to explain how
commodities which are distributed
monthly can be put to good use. _

celebrated Happy On Nov.Anniversaries.9 their, Paul 41st and wedding Ruth..Meng an- Savings from Start to Finish T

niversary. They had a nice obser- -
vance this weekend when they spent
time with their daughter and family, Now Thru Sat., November 28
Beverly and David Wanner and Jeffrey -
in Orlando.
Henry and Antoinette Stefanelli Sl'iSAWr SERVlSmi,
have their 58th Wedding Anniver-
sary on Nov. 20. On Sunday they I 14.1Oz.Propane f
were treated with a celebration at the Brown Derby. Among those i I 4I
honoring them were their sons and I I Cylinder, ,
wives, Mr. and Mrs. Albert I 1
Stefanelli of Hampton Lake and Mr. rK M 2 V4 H P.,ball SPECIAL $ 995 \ .cim. : Fits most standard propane torches and
and Mrs. Robert Stefanelli of beanngconstruc built-in PRICELess .: .bFq f appliances. Fuel outlet valve protectedby
Gainesville. We wish them many scales and cutting mfr. I plastic cap. #SSR-9
more happy years together! guide. Double
mall In
Hospitalized... insulated with -$ .00
120 volts A.C.rebate .,.
\ Mrs. Verna Weir underwent IcludescombinaAfter! b. SPECIAL $' 29
I surgery Friday at North Fla. $ 9550'AllWeather I;
Regional Hospital in Gainesville. :?; ', wrench. 5250 rebate 1 PRICE IIJ8'
She's recuperating in Room 227A.

Hampton ElementaryNew .

Arrival... H4tbOd5m 3M
Randy and Mindy LeBlanc proudly c'
announce the arrival of their son, r rPressInPlacer"Tub
Brett Randall. He was born on Nov.
10 at Alachua General Hospital Extension CordBlue & Sink Caulk

weighing 7 Ibs. 3 oz. and measured rubber cord stays flexible to 58below zero. Long-lasting,water and mildew-resistant seal lor
ZO'/i inches. Mindy is the absent ,' 16/3 grounded 3-conductor cord has single outlet. tub and sink.No mess,no" x 17'
Fourth Grade Teacher. y #6S7C c Whit.12159
New Students... $ 992Pack $, $49SPECIAL

We welcome first graders Dusty SPECIAL PRICE a ... PRICE v.O. ;JI
Rivers and Jason Martin 3rd grader
Charissa Rivers, and Michelle .FLU.OMASTC rt
Rivers in the 4th grade. Toilet TankBallcock -

Jump Rope for Heart... = Inside Frost Bulbs '
Steve Acree's PE classes 3rd I?
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Jump Rope for Heart Program on a 880 average lumens.40W 60W,75W 100W control components. Easy Installation. 200A .
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probably be most thankful! r CPVC Tubing :
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964-6150. The 24-Pack -JS

deadline forregistering <6 SandpaperContains 6' Clamp Light

t B'A"' metal bell shade with 6'cord. Ideal for shop
is six 9" x 10" sheets each of very fine fine,
l ., or garage. #84170
.I medium and coarse aluminum oxide sandpaper.
December 10, 1987. #47946.8v Hftn t
par 24-pack
dates and
times are as follows: .

12/14/87-12/15,87 Thermogrlp1 l m

12/16/87-at 2:30: : Cordless Glue Gun -
Broom .
18" Garage t.
P.M., 5:45: P.M. and Bonds wood paper,cloth and porous materials in eS
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For sweeping.
heavy-duty Palmyra
with stand
60 seconds.Comes complete charging
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at 5:45: P.M. and Iree($7 varue). TQ-C $"
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Legal NoticesIN ,; ----.- w I r--r. ,
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR PROBATE DIVISION Pursuant to S.ctlon 86S.O9 Florida PROBATE DIVISION Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida

BRADFORQ COUNTY FLORIDA Case No.87-90-CP Statutei, notice I. nereby given that Cole No.87-95-CP Statutes, notice is hereby given that RE The of
: the Prank & Dorothy H. File No. 1.3874
-JT.oa r4o.B7-<32-CA undersigned. the undersigned Gerald D.Llntemuth,
PAT. H. BRADtfy, CLARA BELLE HERSCHELL K. CROSBY.Deceased. Brown, Rt. 2, Son MS Stark., PI. IN RE: ESTATE OF 1480 S. Walnut St.. Lot 18, Starke, Fla. KYLE Husband W. SCHUMACHER,
BRADLEY WAYNE! D. ADDISON AND 3201, Bill & Sh.lby Smith 8914 Rla' ABNER YARBROUGH 32091, sole owner, doing business and
SHARLENE E. ADDISON NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Royelle, It. Augustine' Fl. 32014, |oint Deceased. under the firm name of A-1 Reefing
Th. administration of the Estate ROBYN ,
Plolntlffa.VI doing business under the firm ADMINISTRATIONThe
owners NOTICE OF and Maintenance 1450 S. Walnut St., ..
HERSCHELl K. CROSBY, deceased. Fil. name of Third Dimension Imparts, administration of the Estate of Lot 15 Stark., Florida 32091 Intends'
ROBERT AND Number 87-90-CP Is pending In the World Wide Rt. 2, Box 339
OLGA ATTERBURY ( Imparts) ABNER YARBROUGH. deceased file to register said fictitious name under KYLE W. SCHUMACHER
heirs and attlgni, Circuit Court for Bradford County Slarke, Fla. 3201 Intends to register number 1-3874/67-93-CP Is pending In the aforesaid statute. :
D.f.ndanta. Florida which, Probate I. Bradford Division, the addressof sold fictitious name under the the Circuit Court for Bradford County, Dated this 9th day of November ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
County Courthouse
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO aforesaid statute. Florida, Probate Division the addressof 1987 In Bradford
for dissolution of and
Stark., Florida 32091. Th. action marriage
: ROBERT AND OLGA ATTER- Dated this 27th day of October which Is Bradford County Cour-
11/12 4tpd 12/3 the
BURY, name and addresses of the personal 1987, In Bradford County. thou... Starke, Florida 32091. The seeking an Interest In following'Bradford
described real In heirs and awlgnt. representative and the personal 10/294tpd 11/19 names and addresses of the personalrepresentative NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE property
representative's attorney or. set forth
Address Unknown. blow and the personal Notice Is hereby given that I, DolphE. Beginning at the Southeast corner of
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an All Interested NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO representative's attorney are set forth Reddish, as sheriff of Bradford the Northeast 1/4 of Section 29,
or. required
action to Quiet certain lands In to file with this Court person WITHIN THREE REGISTER below. County Florida, under and by virtue of Township 6, Range 22 East and runWest
Bradford County hat b..n filedagaln.t All Interested are requiredto
persons Writ of Execution to-wit 4701 for of
MONTHS OF THE FIRST : a point beginning;
PUBLICATIONOF Pursuant to Section 863.09 Florida
In the above-styled Court. file with this Court WITHIN THREE
you Executjon Issued out of Circuit Courtof thence South 149 feel thence East 100
: (1)) claims
You or.furth.r notified that In sold action againstthe Statutes, notice Is hereby given that MONTHS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF Alachua Florida
estate and ((2)) any objection by an the undersigned Dr. Len Schlofman County pursuant to feel to the point of beginning
the Plaintiffs are requesting that THIS NOTICE: ((1)all claims ogalnslthe a Final Judg.m.nt for Atlantic National been filed and
against you
the Court transfer your Interest In th.. int.r.stedp.ran to whom this notice P.O. Box 190 Starke, Florida 32091, estate and ((2)) any objection by aninterested Bank of Gainesville, Florida you of
malted that are required to serve a copy your
was challenges the validity sole doing business under the
following described located owner to whom this notice
property person and Frederick A. Lenti a/k/a
against the
of the will the written defenses If any to If. on
qualification of the firm
In Bradford County, Florida to th.m. name of Bradford County Eye was mailed that challenges the validity F.A. lent defendant In the amountof Petitioner/Wife's whosename
personal representative, venue, orlurlsdictlon Center P. O. Box Stork., Florida attorney
Sold lands being I.golly described as of the Court. of the will the qualifications of the $4,588.05 together with costs of collection and address Is:
follow.: 32091 Intends to register said fictitious personal, or ,
Lot. 70 and 72 Pin. of All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT name under the aforesaid jurisdiction of the Court. JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR.
on Cry.tallake SO FILED Have seized and have In my possession Green & Hobbs P.A.
Homesite, S.ctlon 1, Township 81 BARRED. statute. ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT the following described personal
Publication of this Notice has begun Dated this 5th day of November P. O. Drawer 938
South Rang. 22, Bradford County SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. property to wit:
Stark. Florida
on November 12. 1987.PERSONAL 1987, In Bradford
Florida County. Publication of this Notice has begunon
1982 Volkswagen 4 dr
and file the original with the Clerk of
You are required to serve a coov of Louise 11/5 4tchg November 12, 1987.P.raonal. I.D. No. WF80179CV051646 the above-styled Court on or before
your written defens'e, 1T any;to jKi P. O. Box Tally S72 AFFIDAVIT UNDER FICTITIOUS Representative As th. prop.rty of the above named December 21, 1987; otherwise a |udg-
action the Plaintiff ESTELLA Y. MIZEll defendant and that the
on Monday
on attorney Storks, Flo. 32091 NAME STATUTE ment may be entered against you for
whose name and address I. DARLA ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL STATE OF FLORIDA 3021 Edison Avenue 7th day of December 1987 at 2:00: the relief demanded In the Petition.
JEAN CHRISTOPHER. Post Office REPRESENTATIVE: COUNTY OF BRADFORD Jacksonville, Fl.32201 p.m. on said day on the premises of WITNESS my hand and the seal of
Drawer 40 STark., Florida 32091 on John H.Jon.., Esq.Dudley Before me, the undersigned authority Attorney for Personal Representative: the Bradford County Jail Yard I will offer said Court on this 17th day of
or b.for.17 D.c.mb.r, 1987, and file DUDLEY P. HARDY P.A.P. for sale and sell to the highest bidder Nov.mber.1987.
P. Hardy. P.A. appeared George lorry
the original with the Clerk of this personally O. Drawer 1030 for cash In hand the above GILBERT S.BROWN.CLERK11194tchg
P. of Ent.rprises
O. Drawer 1030 Reddish President Jackleg
Stark., Fla. 32091
Court .Ith.r before service on the described property of said defendantto 12/10
Stark. Fla. after first
32091 Inc., who being duly 904-964-5701
Plaintiff's attorney or Immediately satisfy the aforesaid Execution.
thereafter; otherwise a (ludgm.nt will 904964.5701 11/122tchg 11/19 sworn That says JACKLEG: ENTERPRISES. INC., Is 11/12 2tchg 11/19 DOLPH E. REDDISH

be entered for the relief demanded In doing business under the name of Sheriff
PUBLIC AUCTION Bradford County, Florida
the Petition.WITNESS SONNY'S REAL PIT BAR-B-Q and that
hand and official seal NOTICE Is that H124tchg123PUBLIC
My Its Interest In said business Is as hereby given on
of this Court on thl. 9th day of Independent Church or God follows: One Hundr.d Percent ((100 ), Monday, November 23. 1987, at 10:00:
November 1987. George Larry Reddish A.M., the undersigned Gator
GILBERT S. BROWN or Prophecy, Inc 10/29 4tchg 11/19 Freightways, Inc., will sell at public

Beulah Moody 301 North 2138 N. Temple Ave Jacksonville, Fla., NOTICE Is hereby given that on
D.puty Clerk NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO .one lot of science kits consigned to Monday, November 30, 1987, at 10:00:
11/12 4tchg 12/3 Sun School 45un Sun. Worship It:am REGISTER Black Elementary School Brooksvllle, A.M., the undersigned Color ;- GOD'S WORD
Sun Bv.. Prayer Meeting 6:pm Wed 7:30pm FICTITIOUS NAME Fla.; Freightways, Inc., will sell at public
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida .one lot of science kits consigned to auction for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., I HOME BIBLE STUDYThe

Statutes, notice Is hereby given that Spring Hill Elementary School, Spring Jacksonville, Fla., one lot of Hole sort
--rTi1ST A""SSrMBLY OFGOD STARKE the undersigned, Abar Sales, Inc., 311 Hill Fla.; btn w/casters, consigned to United Bible Course is taught In your

Hwy 16 & Weldon St. Starke N. Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida .one lot of science kits consigned to Parcel, Tallahassee, Fla., to' satisfy home free of charge.
CHURCH OF GOD 32091 sole owner doing business Board of Public Instruction freight and storage charges, under the This is a non-denominational study
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. under the firm name of Raiford Dry Brooksvllle, Fla.; provisions of Section 4 (b) of Uniform based only on what thus saith the
422 N. ST. CLAIR Cleaners & Alterations, Rd. 121, to satisfy freight and storage Standard Bill of Lading. word of God..
Morning Worship 11 p.m. John Spratlln. PastorWe Raiford Florida Intends to register charges, under the provisions of Sec. Gator Freightways, Inc.
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BMS NewsStudent By Heather Safer and Jane Stanwix-Hay

Council Officers

Selected in VotingBy

Jane Stanwix-Ilay another of the activities the Student

The Student Council is at it again Council is working on. I
with fun filled activities. Just recently the Student Council
Every other Friday the Student participated in they homecoming
Council sells ice cream in the parade,,The President of the Student
cafeteria for 50 cents the students Council rode in a car with the Presi t F IMiIR
love the ice cream after they have dent of the Beta Club, which is F
finished their lunch. another important group at the I t
Another activity that the Student school.
Council is doing is giving coupons fora The students of the school electedthe U
officers of the Student Council -
free ice cream or a coke to the new
teachers. the teachers will then give They areas follows: Stephanie 'r t
the cupons to students who have Agin-President, Rocio Regan-Vice ti. a t r k i, Js* ..
done good work or behaved proper President, Cathy Jackson-
ly the students will then redeem the Secretary, Jane Stanwix-Hay-
Treasurer.The n
coupons.Each year the Student Council collects people that really make the etl/oI" ,
canned goods for Thanksgivingand Student Council really Work are the
Christmas baskets for the sponsors. They are Mrs. Melba
needy. Since Thanksgiving and Johnson and Mr. Rick Ezzell. They
Christmas are on the way this is are a great help to us.
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...... 0\04) ,)'... ... ..-' .... -.-' the first six week of the 1M7-88 school year. Jimmy Parado. Jeff Johns, Jason Canova, John Rlppllnger, Brittany
From left to right om the first row: Chris Mc.Mongile. Eric Mason. Bula. and Madona Tyler.

......1'L''cIVj, Stephen McLeod. Dana Newsome. Bethany Lee Heather Sales Holly Absent were: Deana Holiday Janice Davie, Jane StanwU-Hay,
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21 Students Make Straight A's at BMSBy I

Jane Stanwix-ltay Lake Hampton Oaks. Starke. son David Roberts Glenda Roiser,
Twenty-one students,are 2.47pet- Brittany Bula. daughter of Mr. Brandy Ross, Melissa Samons, Lin
cent of the 850 member student Seventh Grade... and Mrs. Joe Bula of Starke. da Santana, Metina Smith, Chris
body, earn straightA's Bradford Jason Canova son of Mr. and Bethany Lee daughter of Mr. Snow. Dawn Starling, Kelley
?YAr Middle School for the first six Mrs. David Canova of Starke. and Mrs. Ricky Lee of Starke. Stewart, Kwambea Strong, April
weekswhich ended October 2. John Ripplmger, son of Mr. and Chris McMongile, son of Mr. and Taylor, Mary Thornton, Chris
114 more B.M.S. students or 13.4 Mrs. Ed Ripplmger of Starke. Mrs. Kearn McMongile of Starke. Thompson, Madona Tyler Brooke
percent of tile student body, earned Emily Bradford.daughter of Mr. Jason Greene, son of Mr. and Watson, Brenda Williams, Richard
places on the A-B honor roU by mak- and Mrs. Tun Bradford of Starke. Mrs. Rrvan HI-MOTO !Starke Wolf, Kevin Woodard.
ing no grade lower than a B.The A-B Jeff Johns son of Mr and Mrs.
honor roll students were given a tnp Robert Clemmon of Starke. AlIon or RollThe Seventh Grade... Rebecca Addison -
to McDonalds for a special treat-All Holly Hatcher daughter of Mr. Angela Baldree, Shena
of the A-B honor roll students were and !Mrs. Buddy Revels of Starke. following students made A'* Burgess, Ethan Caren Jennifer
h given a chance to attend a play We Enc Mason, on of Mr. and Mrs. and B. their< card Glisson,Amie Griffis, Amanda Harris -
The People, at the Florida Theatre William Mason of Starke. on report : Carmen Holland, Shelia Hut-
in Jacksonville, on November 4. Heather Safer, daughter of Ms. Eighth Grade... Josh Bula, chins, Bernard Johnson,Justin Kendrick -
The straight-A students are: Gina Safer and Sheldon Safer of Kenneth Carlton Mary Coleman, Heather Lawson, Byron Lee,
Starke. Jeremy Crawford, Beau Ely Jennifer Magyari, Shawna
Eighth Grade... Stephen McLeod. son of Mr. and Jeanette Fairfield, Sophia Fanton, Mansfield, Erica Pfenniger,
Deana Holiday, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Wayne McLeod of Lake Hampton Melissa Gross James Grover, Brian Michael Pierce, Michael Rowell.
and Mrs. George Holiday of Starke. Oaks. Hall, Ronald Hall Mark Harden, Janna Thornton Sonya Thompson,
Janice Davie daughter of Mr. Stephen Murphy, son of Ms. Andrea Hewitt Bridget Holder, Carlos Trent,Jason Welty, Matthew
and Mrs. Richard Davie of Starke. Helen Murphy of Starke. Enca Howard Eric Jackson, Sean Williams.
I' j'- '" Michael McKinney son of Mr. James Parado, son of Mr. and Jones, Emma Knowles Jennifer
and Mrs. Dewey McKinney of Mrs. Romeo Parado of Hampton Lester, Josh Lewis, Amanda Loper, Sixth Grade... James Autry,
B.M.S. Student Council Officers... Starke. Lake. Cherish Manning Keshia Manning, Stephen Barber Ramona Clarke,
Becky Phillips, daughter of Mr. Matthew Martin, Emily Nugent, Charles Crews, Chad Deese, Estella
The 1987-88 Student Council Officers. and Mrs. Michael Phillips of Starke. Sixth Grade... Regina Padgett, Deena Parker, Denton, Eric Donnerstag, Raymond
From left to right: President Stephanie Agin. Vice President Rock
of Pam Patterson William Price, Durban. Shonda Easley. Danny
Jane Stanwix-Hay, daughter Dana Newsome, daughter of Mr.
Reagan, Secretary Cathy Jackson, and Treasurer Jane Stanwix-Hay.
of Angie Redding, Jennifer Richard- Frampton Mitchell Gunter
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Bennett, Scott Charged with Sunshine Violation :.. . . . e . . . . . ..

Police Chief M.M. Jordan, ac- Queen Robinson, without- due directed Clerk Queen Robinson to The complaint charges Bennett ,': 1987 BRADFORD COUNTY :
ting as an Individual,filed a com- notice to the public.In increase the monthly pay of each and Scott with a violation of CHRISTMAS PARADES
plaint Tuesday, Nov. 17, with the the signed complaint, Jor- council member by $50. Jordan Florida Statutes 286.011, which ': :
State Attorney's office, alleging dan charged the two council further stated that each of the deals with "government in the I The 1987 QuiabnuRuadabMt for ntunbr.,December nn.c.
that Mayor Pr.'jert Scott and members met October 5, follow- five council members receivedan sunshine." :J at 1O.OOAM on Thompson Street In Starke.J'leuMIiDe up u far to the r! t of the J
Buster Bennett conducted a ing the adjournment of a regularly additional $50 in their
meeting with the city Clerk, scheduled meeting, and checks, on or about Nov. 3, I II.street u possible and keep the lift ride of the street clew Tho parade trill Icgta MJ :
II I I J 10:00 AM.harp.You will receive the map route and jour placemen number in the*

Reno from Page 3.A I.mail after we receive your applicationsee( below) :
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rezoning of 370 acres in Reno, to return calls "Give the to those who *'
telephone are
rose as promis- money this lime, but Councilman i/hurles: :
Bicentennial celebration of lime
In with the constitution.
and asked to be recognized. She re- ed.Ms in need,"Ms. White told the council.Ms. Schaefer said he will be working I keeping our we
counted her experience with the White ackonwledged her White said first they would with the property owners to get::wlocted fpr thus year theme"A Red White and Blue Oiristmu."All partid-
Plan-Corn office for the next several sister owns one of the five parcels like to renovate the building voluntary compliance. ,:pants are asked to keep this In mind when designing jour float Award will be:
minutes,referring to John Tinsler as with a run-down house, and that the themselves,either as a residence,or
"young Dasher." Ms. White had a sister had received a certified letter. a storage building,whichever the city Ms. Wise pointed out that CDBG!::presented to the top three floats wing the above theme. :
laundry list of complaints, stating Saying that she held a power-or- building inspector will allow. If funds will pay for razing, but if, -
that "young Dasher" doesn't know attorney to act in her sister's behalf, the building cannot be salvaged, the owners do not cooperate, the city I SS The parade committee requests that there be NO live Santas except for the-
anything and senior Dasher can Ms. White said the sisters never in- sisters will raze the building at their code will require the buildings be never be found at his desk. Her com- tend to violate the law, or circum- own expense.No removed at the owner's expense. If'<'real Santa that will be at the end of the parade. This parade is primarily for :
ments were not directed at Plan- vent it in any way, but they do not the owner does not remove the'children and we do not want to cause confusion for them.Everyone in the parade
Corn alone, she included Mayor want any part of the CDBG funds formal action was taken by the building, the city may do so, and I:must have a sufficient number of adults participating to supervise and be:
Travis Woods, roving that hf failed .nnn9 nn n........11_ council toward code enforcement, at place a lien against the property. ':
responsible for their float or group.We ask that you consider the distance. of the:

I Developer THE. BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH parado route when dociding the age limits of the children who may be walking:
From Page 3 .

USPS O62-7OO If something happens to your float or someone in your group please:
Published Thursday at
obligated Schaefer to said pave the the developer street exten-is voted Mayor"no.Travis" Woods. Schaefer Crosby Vacancy... 135 W. Call every Street. Starke remove the float or that person or persons from the parade route as soon as:

sion, and the former owner, Ronnie Ed Wall, former candidate for a Florida. 32091 possible.The parade must keep moving. :
Newsome was so advised in a Fence on City Land... seat on the city council asked when Second class postage paid at .
meeting with the council about two James Frisbee who is in the council planned to fill the vacan- Starke. Florida and additional
putting a Deadline for all entries is Monday,November 30.Please print or type in f
years ago.Griffis steel fabrication the old cy created by the resignation of mailing officesPostmaster
plant on
councilman Jimmy Crosby. Wall tho information requested,and return to the Chamber of Commerce.PjO.Box.
Jackson Lumber Yard property, Send address
said he was not aware of behind the Big Dad factory, ask the pointed out the possibility of 2-2 tying changes to: Bradford County 576.Starke,FL 32091. J
the requirement for the developer to council to allow him up to six monthsto votes on important issues. Telegraph P.O. Drawer A.Starke .
pave the connecting street, saying remove a fence from city proper- Mayor Woods said the council has FL 32091Subscriptions \ Namo of person Firm.Church or group entering:
that Newsome had not mentionedthe ty.Frisbee not discussed the vacancy,and does 9
subject to him.Councillman said the fence was erectedin not have the item on an upcoming Rates: -
Bobby Biggs movedto good faith, in order to secure the agenda, at this time. He said in- In trade area: $12.00 per year -.
accept the proposal as submittedby facility. There was no intention to dividual council members have been $7.00 six months .
GrIffis and received support from fence city owned land. asked about filling the vacancy, and Outside area: $13.00 per year
The city council approved a periodof have expressed individual opinions, $7.50 six months Contact Person:. .PhoneMailing :
90 days for Frisbee to relocate the but there has been no official action. .
councilman Vernon Silcox and fence.
Address :

: I/We will be participating in the parade with a: :

successors and assigns. here and after referred to as "Grantee" for : Float(appro*.sixe) Road (approx N) :
How much do know about
the term of ((15)) years the rights authority power and franchise to eye problems? Call you Tel,Med and .

establish construct aquire. maintain and operate a community ask to hear any of these free health S Marching Croup(approx *) :
information tapes by number: .
antenna television system within the city of Lawtey. Florida to a
Other(be specific) :
render furnish sell and distribute and 9 Glaucoma
television radio TEL-MED I/We will accept all responsibility for the float group etc.that has .

entertainment program with said city and environs thereof and to Brought to you by the Auxiliary of : been entered in the parade. :

use and occupy streets, alleys easements and other public placesof Bradford 964-4896 Hospital or Inc.374-0007 9s ..

said city as may be neccessary to construct said system.A '. .. .. .. . .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .-

public hearing will be held. at the city hall on November 23.

1987 at 7:00: P.M.

I All Interested parties may appear. at the meeting and be heard with

I respect to the ordinance.

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Clubs and Activities 'Program Begins- : :

()r. John Mazzella needs, volunteering their time to Drama,Tuesday,3:00-4:00,Mrs. --
The new edition to the Bradford sponser our school activities. Stanwix-Hay.
", Middle School is the Club and Activity A special thanks to all the BMS Library Tuesdays,3:00-4:00.: Mrs.
Program after school. This program staff who have given of their own Abdulla.
time to help make this Pep 3rd Thursdays of month,
r was started from a request by students
work, and to the
the Student Council to increase BMS and 3:00-3:45,Miss StruUi.
r +{ after-school activities. Following Student Council who initially Yearbook.2nd Tuesdays of month,
that administered brought this need to our attention. 3:00-3:20, Mrs. Walkup.
request, a survey was
,, to our students that Listed below are the club ac Art, Every other Monday,
tivities: 3:00-4:30,Mrs. O'Neal.CraftModels .
yielded Information students
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J ticipation. Aerobics, Tuesdays and
'wr Thursdays,3:00-3:45: : Miss Lee. other Tuesday
{ From the surveys a list of club activities Every
i was compiled and a search Ezzei.Cheerleadmg Bowling. Tuesdays, 3:00-3:45: Mr. 3:00-3:45: Mr.Larramore.
'\ :* 'l,: for activity spongers began.The list Students Against Drunk Drivers
.tif}<...4'.:. of activites was presented to the Every other Mon SADD),Thursdays 3:00-3:49: ,Miss
BMS faculty during a faculty Johnson and Mrs. Williams.
meeting, requesting their voluntary Computers, Wednesdays, Roadrunners Every day -
3:00-3:45: Miss Lee.
3:00-4:45: Mr. Loper.
sponsorship. As usual, the BMS :
fu, rr r ly i faculty rallied to serve our RtiitfontV Dr.Basketball Mazzella., Mondays 3:00-4:15.: Color Guard. Fridays 3:00-3:30: ,
Mr. Brownlee.
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{ y j!.. ,x .t,51 i a Y4.4.t, i' '' ,Y, '+ By Jane The senior facilitators have also was the first dance of the year and it
wtk,{ 1 a ,'Tr? sponsored a dance this year. This was great
The facilitators are a group of
students at B.M.S. that are trainedto
help, counsel, and show any typeof .
t guidence possible. trained Now Is the time to spruce up -
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B.M.S. Majorettes... training they are considered junior
facilitators and after they have Don't Wait until the last minute.
i These are the lAOT-98 B.M.S. majorette Parker. taken their test and passed, they are
Front and center: Captain Brenda Williams. Back row left to right: Andrea Hewitt Kelly Ann seniors. There have been over 60
Middle row left to right: Misty Crawford and Derna Duncan and Angela lIewlll.I trained at Bradford Middle School. We install
can : .
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Flag Corps Jazz Dancers FormedBy students These helpful at B.M.S.students take part in Mirrors
many activities. One of the programs s
Heather Safer Mr. and Mrs. William Varesko of Starke. is to help a few kindergarten
The new edition to the Bradford Starke. Dionne Davis daughter ofMs. students who are shy or have difficulty : Shower Doors
Heather Safer .Denise Jackson. getting along with others.
Middle School band is the first Flag daughter of 4 '
Corp.Jazz Dancers.Jazz Dancers at Ms.Gina Safer and Mr. Sheldon O-Keimo Lee niece of Ms.Lillie One day a week for an hour for 9
BMS are keeping busy! Tryoutswere Safer of Starke. Lee of Lawtey. weeks the facilitators will go to o Mirrored Walls
Jane Stanwtx Patrice Smith daughter of Anna Starke Elementary. They are very
October third: and ever sincethey've -liay daughter of Mr.
been practicing for one thing and Mrs.Ray Stanwiw-Hay of Lake Smith of Lawtey. kind and helpful to the students. November
of They have lots of fun and the
Hampton Oaks.Charmin Erica Pfiniger daughter
or another.They marched in the
homecoming parade with there in- Wiggins daughter of Mr. Mrs.Linda Wilson of Starke. kindergarteners love them) Special r on materials for

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1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees and their 3)) In case of ties we will use the total points scored !
Immediate families are welcome to enter, but there Is In the Bradford High School game each week (except
a limit of one entry per person each week. the Tornadoes open week) as a tiebreaker. Please fill r ."
2)) The entry must be on an official blank from the In the points you think will be scored by the Tor.
0\ TELEGRAPH and must be dropped off at the nadoes and their opponent combined In the
. "1\1.05 TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday aftertiebreaker blank For Instance If the score In the Tornado
. ",1 eekly 00 noon. Fill In all the blanks with either the name of the game was Tornadoes 19, Opponents 7, the correct
team you think will win or "tie" If you think the game score was 26 points.
,-" will end In a tie. The person who picks the most 4)) All decisions of the Judges are final. A second
games right will win the top prize. tiebreaker,will be used If necessary.


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Tornadoes Emerge Victorious in Hard-Foueht Overtime WinThe

tough Tornado defense led by the most points In overtime is the Pedro Carter lefTthe
helped the line hold the sack on third down > on
tackles Eric Nazworth and Dane winner of the Moseley, on first down, broke A third down pass from Berry was
game. Panthers
to the loss, which left thegame the 19, with fourth and 15. A field
Clark, and ends Chris Dinkins Ed through the line, veered left,eluded and
29 ran
The Tornadoes were given the ball to Bradford intercepted near the
Panthers went
by a score of 10-7.( goal attempt by the
Douglas, Malachi Jenkins and Mike taklers, buf'was pulled down on the the Pantherswere
first on the 10 yard line. The first wide left, still no score in the back to the Miff where
Elder, held an agressive Panther attack down was a run up the middle for no The Game... ballgame.The Panther 31, a pickup of 33 yards.A held and forced to punt from
at the one foot line, to take a gain. The next carry by Darrin Patterson Panthers. next Tornado drive ended series of carries by Reed ana'Mosley their 40.
10-7( overtime win in a hard fought off the right tackle went for 4 The started the game the Panther 30 line when Tornado on brought the ball down to the A long completion the Pan
with a drive that netted two 1st yard a pass by
contest Nease Friday night, Nov. 13,at the yards to the 6. A pass to Greg Pitt- downs,but ended with a qarterbasck fumble was recovered by the Panther 8 and a first down early in ther offense placed the ball on the 15.
High football field. man In the endzone fell Incompleteon sack on 4th down, that gave the ball Panthers.On the fourth quarter. A costly fumble A holding penalty moved it back to
The Nease Panthers had mounteda
sucessful third down. to the Tornadoes on their own 42. fourth down from the 25, the gave the ball to the Panthers on their the 25, and third down.A .
66 drive
yard late in the Malachi Jenkins was called on for Panthers tried own 4.The. beautiful "nve Keith Jenkinsin
another field
fourth to the On 4th and 8 on the 44,a faked punt goal
7-all quarter even score at another field goal attempt. A poor and completed pass to Darin Patter that fell short by a few yards. With Panthers gained a first downon the e' one prevented a
with only 2:13 left on the clock. snap looked bad for a moment, but only two seconds left the the 15 the 29 but touchdown on third downbut on 4th
The drive with 26 son gave new me to a drive from the on clock, again on were
was capped Jenkins
a yard
completion into the endzone hesitated long enough for Panther 45. The drive faltered with the half ended in a scoreless tie. held and punted form the 32, to the down. another pass into the endzone
pass holder John Berry to get the ball in off side called the To start the second half, the Tornadoes Tornado 32. '
and a perfectly executed extra an penalty against I />ssful r-tying the score at
point and booted
position a perfect shot received the kickoff and The Tornadoes could not sustain
kick the Panthers.The Tornadoes, who were forced to punt a
through the goal posts for what turn from the 43. made an excellent run back to the drive and had to punt from their 42.
Ed ensuing kickoff was taken by ed out to be the winning score. The Panthers could not make the Panther 37.Tailback. A good Panther runback brought the With only 2:13 left in the game,the
inside his
Douglas own 40 yard Clint Reed made ball out to the 34. Tornadoes could not score, attemp-
first down
so they punted on a 4th a couple
line and was run back to the Panther Panthers Held... the
35. and inches from their own 20, the nice runs to get the first down on An 11 yard pass play and a 15 yard ting long field goal which fell just
After The Panthers were given their punt going out of bounds about the the 22. With 4th down and five a fake, penalty moved the ball across to the two yards short, leaving the game
two had
runnng plays gained chance to better that score. Their field goal attempt and hand off to BHS 40. Another sack by Tornado tied at the end of regulation time.
only 5 yards, to the 30 and third
down fell a first run was to the 7, then to the 4. 40.The first quarter ended with a Darrin Patterson, who threw a tacklers moved it back to midfield.
Jenkins pass was called incomplete for ,field Maiachi On third down, they lunged for the Tornado 1st down on the 25, but the strike to End Chris Dinkins in the .... _.
on a
which could goal and were stopped short by inches drive ended on the 18. endzone for the first score in the 11- II'fiU
win the
attempt game, with the Tornado linebackers A Malachi Jenkins field ballgame. John Barry kicked the ex-
from 47 yards out. goal at-
The kick was up and headed' Bill Hamilton.,Malachi Jenkins,andKeith tempt from the 18 went wide left early tra point for the Tornadoes, the ATTENTION
straight for the crossbar, but fell the attack.Jenkins helping the line hold in the second quarter,which gave score, 7-0.
about 2 yards short of the mark, the Panthers possession on their 20. The Panthers were held and forc-
which let the game go into overtime, The Panthers elected to held the After two 1st downs, a fumble on ed to punt from mid field. The Tornadoes HUNTERS
as the Panthers were not able to win rather than the tying goal. the Tornado 36 ended their drive, as put the ball into play on their _
move past the 40 yard line in the Their fourth down play was another the Tornadoes took over. 15. Runs by Clint Reed and Rod
time remaining. push to get in from the 6 inch line, After two plays, and one motion Mosley worked the ball across to the 27% HI-PRO 0
but was stopped short by the whole penalty, the Tornadoes fumbled the Panther 39.BIIS 795DOG
Overtime... defensive team on about the one ball right back to the Panthers on FOOD21RATION
yard line concentrating on the mid- the Tornado
29 yard line.
In overtime
each team NettersIn
is given the
ball the dle of the line. Rover Rodney On second and 8 from the 31, a 54 "
on 10 yard line, and has four
Mosley, corners Darrin Pattersonand 75
downs to score. The team scoring yard pass play brought the Panthers
Lance Wiggins, and safety to the Tornado 14. A quarterback TournamentThe DOG FOOD"'

Tornado Girls Volleyballteam
seeded sixth in the District 5

I Parents Night Set as BUS Meets Santa Fe 3-A paired Volleyball against Vanguard tournament, seeded was

third. The tournament was held at NI RO t RECEIYE K,':;
N. Marion High School Wednesdayto
Parents will be the honored guests Santa Fe will play mainly out of a Freeney, No 55, 5-9, 218, has good Friday, Nov. 4, 5kf},, ORANGECAp '- -' 1
during ceremonies at the football power I formation, say the scouting feet and stays with his block. Left The girls won the match handily,
game with Santa Fe on Friday night, reports. In passing situations they Guard Jason Chance, No. 74, 5-10, taking the first game 15-9,losing the :SAFETY FIRST
the last game of the season. will line up in a slot. The main threatis 210, 12, is quick and pulls well. Tight second 11-15, and winning again in Hunters
Parents of the squad will! be introduced No. 43, Tailback Orion Lumpkm, End Ben Buckner,No. 91,6-1,155,12, the third game 15-9. JFree Orange
on the field during halftime 5-6,150,11, who has excellent speed. is good size splits out at wide out, Coach Inez Diggs was proud of her Cap Offer
ceremonies by head coach David Out of the slot formation, they will and runs most of the wheel routes. team, saying, "the girls did a fine WhY /I.t: ...
Hurse. run wheel routes hitting the slot man job. Everyone played up to expectations
deep. Santa Fe has excellent team Defense... and made few errors." fJ -p-
Game Preview... speed. The defense uses the wedge on LaShaun Butler served 12 points in __
"Santa Fe is the most physical returns with excellent ability. No. the match, Unissa King served 10,
team we will play this year," said Offense... 84, right end Darrell Townsend, 6-2, Janet Kennedy served 7,and Kendra Complete line of WINCHESTER
Tornado head coach David Hurse. 160 12, is their best hitter. The team Butler served 4. Milissy Edenfield
Quarterback Horace Jenkins, & rifle
"They are very aggressive." "They No.7 has excellent speed on defense, and and Momka Williams played on the Shotgun Shells
6-1, 185, 11, is a right handed
have clinched the District 5-3A throws medium to the nose guard, Jody Hurst, 5-9, 156, net and in the backcourt were Terri
championship.The passer long 11, will stand up to play middle line Kitties, Tangle Pittman. and Stacey
passes,sprints out to either side,has
Santa Fe record stands at 6 backer. The team will fake a punt, Marshall.In .
good and throws to his
wins and 3 losses. They lost three of favorite snap to the up-man,and run throughthe the second round playoffs, on
receiver, No 10, wide out
first four but 4 hole. The Tornadoes met the EC7
their games, against Carlos Sheppard, 5-11,152,12. Thursday, = lr
class 4A teams. Godby in No. 10, Carlos Sheppard will play eventual championship team, se-
Tallahassee! Ribault in Jacksonville Their best ball carriers are Lum- both ways, playing safety on cond seeded Gainesville High, and
and GHS in Gainesville. pkin and No. 44, fullback Will defense, and wide out on offense. went down to defeat in two games,
We are looking foreward to the Quarterman, 5-8, 157, 10, the scouts Defensive tackles Trell Jones, No. 8-15 and 4-15. 964-7871 Canine.Distemper.Vaccine $1 ,99g
challenge," of meeting them on thefi say. Quarterman is a hard runner 22, 5-7, 155, 10, and Marvin "We let down after the games
aid, the coach said. and replaces Lumpkin at the Washington, No. 33,5-10, 145,10,are Wednesday, and couldn't get back 4 In, ,
This will! be the last game of the tailback position.In both sophomores,and they are small up," said coach Diggs, "which led to N .,. ,
season for both teams, and both and quick. The left end Brad Luttrell a lot of errors."
would like to end the season on a the running game, the team / No. 88, 5-11, IRS, 11, is of good Latara Jackson, Eyvette Cov- \FARMERS us 301
winning note. runs to the tight end, away from the size and can contain his end of the ington and Annette Simmons, from :i fl9
In all likelihood it will be a hard slot, to both the wide and short side line.The the J V squad, also saw action in the radioed Fairgrounds
fought game. The Tornadoes are of the field. cornerbacks, Damon Wright, match.
coming off a hard fought win at No. 41, 5-7, 150, 11. and Jeff Robinson
i" Nease last week, and have blood in Center Wesley Carter. No.75,5-11. No. 1, 5-10, 165. n, are very fast
their eyes for another win to better 191, 10, is of good size and comes off and hard hitters. They provide good
their 5-4 record. the ball well. Right Guard Mike quick coverage.



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ARC Builders Seek $75,000 for Completion w

11 Of New BC Sunshine Industries Center

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Hoping to raise$75,000 for comple- Welty and captains Ray Norman, ble and all donations will be
tion of the new Sunshine Industries Med Connelly, Cliff Chapman, Jack recognized by an Honor Book which
Center for the Handicapped, the Eckdahl, David Dodge and Lillian will be kept on display permanentlyin
Bradford Association for Retarded Stump will begin the fund raising the lobby of the center For large
Citizens has recruited a Fund Raising campaign on the 25 yard line. Their donations, recognition will Be
Team. called the "ARC goal is to SCORE A TOUCHDOWN displayed by name on a marble plaque -
Made up of some of our THE HANDICAPPED by moving 1 individual plaques for being a
leaders in the community, the ARC yard for each $1,000 raised, until member of"Big Gainers Club",and
Builders will be asking for In- they reach the end zone-73 yards or classrooms and the center will be
dividual and business donations $75,000 away. named after donors.
from the local community to help The ARC Builders will be
asking All citizens are asked to help in pl
raise enough money for completion the community for their support this community wide effort, by '
of the proposed new center, which both morally and financially to help assisting the ARC Builders in getting -
will be the first building in the new complete the new center which to their goal. Pledges can be I
industrial park. allows over 55 mentally retardedand carried over a two year period.
The fund raising for the building handicapped clients to develop Please send your contributions to
will be kept track of by.utilizing a work and life skills necessary for as Bradford ARC,P.O.Box 509,Starke,
football field format. The ARC normal a life as possible. Fla. 32091, or call 964-7699 for infor-
Builders made up of Coach Richard All donations are fully tax deducti mation about helping in this effort. ,

I Bradford Special Olympics Awards PresentedNov.

6th at 9:30: am. the Bradford &: L. J. Padgett BMS, 3rd Dwight scores)
County Special Olympics were held Bonnette,James Carter, &:Lanorris 1st place Eddie Baker, Andrew
at the Bradford Middle School. Jackson BMS. Carter SES; Francis Converse, Ann
The Bradford High School ROTC 1st Tiffany Burch BMS, 2nd Marie Green SS; Barbara Hender
Color Guard led the parade of 77 par- Cherish Green &: Aretha Whitfield son, Dori Schaefer BMS.
ticipants and their coaches in to the BMS, 3rd Barbara Whitfield BMS,
gym. Mr Jim Duncan, Bradford 4th Linda Simmons- BMS. Bowling: r.
County Superintendent of Schools 1st Melissa Corbertt. 2nd Michelle
gave the welcome speech and wish- Basketball Individual skills, 22-29 Tyson, Michael Gaines. 3rd Hattie
ed everyone good luck. years old: Barnes
Steve Futch from the Kiwanis 1st Donnie Griffith, Darrell Rich. 1st Darcia Wells. 2nd Kathy
Club led the opening prayer.Thethree 2nd Luckie Harvey. 3rd Paul Kliver. 3rd Thena Bennett1st
National Special Olympiansfrom Mercer. 4th Timothy Willis.!
Bradford County,Aretha Whit-
field Cherish Green,Tiffany Burch, Jeff Brosche. 2nd Arthur Sina-
led the Pledge of Allegiance to the 1st Joy Brown. 2nd Barbara bian. 3rd Alfred Thomas, 4th Doris
Flag. Mosley, Amy Jo Burkhalter. 3rd Howard, Vivian Mercer.1st .
Mary Witt. 4th Lori Lee. Chris Ballance. 2nd Carolyn Big Kickoff...
Alvarez. 3rd Tammie Corbett, Kitty with a gift ol 1000.
The Olympic Torch was carried by Basketball. Individual Skills, 30 Powell Mr.Evelyn Griffin help Kick OH the Sunshine From left to rtpta Fundraber Cuff Chapman Sun.hln
runners Michelle Tyson, Keyon and over. 1st Marguerite Hunt. 2nd Cindy Industrie Fund ra1UW InS campaign<< for a new building fa.iu.ttle.Director Bob Larimer and"Mr,.Criffln.
Davis and David Lea-Russell. 1st Tommy West. 2nd William Cataldo. 3rd Marsha Parker. 4th
The Bradford Middle School Band Mims. 3rd Darrell Robinson, Michell Chick.
entertained before the games and Richard Hackbarth. 1st Clint Bateman. 2nd Lisa Pen-
led in the national anthem. ska. 3rd Pat Milner. 4th Joan
Bradford Middle School Hur- Prone Head Lift Beasley.
Orian Wells Has 50 trucksAt
ricanes and the Sunshine Industriesput 1st Gina Davis 1st Ida Davis. 2nd Norman Dixon.
on an exhibition basketbasll 3rd Glenn Plimpton. 4th Iva Joe
game which BMS won 126. Target Bowl (All with perfect Law, Audrey O'Neal.

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The following awards were
Basketball Individual skills, 8-11
'- years old: -
1st Rudolph Carer"I"SSr( :Snd Freddie -
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State Attorney- Thomas ty of murder and are now serving A Gainesville man, Roosevelt third-degree felony Is now also a said Elwell may be the first lawyer -There are now four Alachua Coun-
Elwell has been named by Gov. Bob time. Wims,was convicted of cocaine traf- second-degree felony. to go directly from his office to a ty Judges in the Eighth Circuit,
Martinez to fill the newly created In Union County Elwell suc- ficking and related charges and Elwell has been practicing law judge's seat. which serves Alachua,Baker, Bradford
I seat of Alachua County Judge. cessfully handled the "so called sentenced to eight years. The "dry since 1974, when he joined the When asked if he had a replace- Gilchrist, Levy and Union
Elwell,38, who heads the State At AIDS" case where an Inmate conspiracy", meaning no physical Gainesville State Attorney's office. ment for Elwell Whitworth replied, Counties.
torney's Office for Bradford, Baker allegedly put AIDS serum in a cor- evidence was found, was the first He received his bachelor's degree "You don't replace 'a Tom Elwell', The Florida Supreme Court
and union Counties,has been in that rectional officer's coffee.In ever to be tried in Bradford County. from the University of West Floridain you appoint someone and hope they recommended the new county
position for ten years. For three Baker County Elwell successfully Another significant case involved 1971 and his law degree from the beome Tom Elwell'." judgeship after the circuit ranked
years prior he served the counties on represented the state in a inmate Thomas Otis Knight who University of Florida in 1973. Elwell and Assistant State Attorney third in the state for its number of
\ a part-time basin sexual battery case where a motherwas murdered Correctional Officer In Bradford County Elwell has In- John Stephenson and private civil and criminal traffic cases requiring -
tI, charged with the battery of her Richard Burke in 1980,that case was structed a legal course for Santa Fe attorney Larry Turner, both of judge time.
son. tried in Bradford County and Knight Community College and providedfree Gainesville, were the three namedby Other applicants for the position
received the death penalty. legal advice for the Older the judicial nominating committee. included: Milton Baxley, Richard
Other cases of note in Bradford Elwell was instrumental in the American Council. Gov. Bob Martinez had 60 daysto Ben, William Bessent III, Aymer
County was the sexual battery case Legislative action changing the law Born in Massachusettes, Elwell's make the appointment.The Curtin, Kenneth Davis, James
against Burt Norman Hickox. A regarding prison escape. The third- family moved to Fort Lauderdalewhen new county court slot, which Donohoe, David Giant Wayne
25-year mandatory sentence was degree felony punishable by five he was very young. Elwell and would come up for election next Henderson, Bevin Ritch, Robert
given Hickox after he was found years is now a second-degree felony his wife Linda and their daughter is the first county Roundtree, Jr., Samuel Stafford,
guilty by a jury of sexual battery of punishable by 15 years in prison. Amanda live in Gainesville. judgeship to be added to the circuitIn William Whitley and Theron Yawn
an 11-year-old girl. Possession of.contraband formerly a State Attorney Eugene Whitworth ten yeajrs. III

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Cooper Playing College Ball in Match-UD Here Thurs.

-- Santa Fe Community College a 40 inch vertical leap and constantly "These kids have their heads and
men's and women's basketball outjumpe much bigger men.He is hearts In the right place. We have
teams will play double header next truly a great athlete and is always the potential to be a Top. 5 team in
Tursday Nov 24, in Starke at the around the ball!" the state." -
Bradford High School gym. The saints are an improved squad Fiver palyers have returned from
4 The men's team wlli meet Lake this year. Point guard Svend last year's squad, including Jackie
Sumter Community College of Wilbekin from Bucholz is super Sessler,a 9-4 guard with exceptional
y Leesburg at 7:30 pm. The Lady quick and is an outstanding ball speed. "She is so much fun to
Saints will play North Florida Junior handler. The other guard is 6-4 watch," Edney said. "She is so
College in the 5:30 opener. David Woods from Huron,Ohio,who quick,she can get the ball and score
Both games are free and open to Is averaging 12 points per game. before the other team can react."
the public. Stanley ArmiUge, a strong 6-6 forward Sessler is Joined by newcomer
Of special interest to Bradford is teamed with Zeddie Locke,a Maria Morris, a 5-4 guard from
County fans is the fact that quick athletic 6-7 on the Inside. Gainesville High The guard
sophomore ilerbie Cooper of Starke The bench is strong,with 6-2 pure tandem, according to Coach Edney
i'5 is the Saint's leading scorer and re- shooter Richie Fry who led the Statein "is the fastest in the state. It makesour
bounder. In the first five games scoring last season at Branfordwith ballgames exciting to watch.'
Cooper has averaged IS points and a 36.8 average. Inside strength Is provided by
12 rebounds, both highs for the Coach Drost is looking forward to Tawanna Glfley and Michelle
FFfl Saints this season. a successful season, although the Aldinger,both 5-11 and tenacious re-
The Saints won their first four competition is very tough, with 5 bounders.9-7 Regina Appling scored
games before losing to North 20-game winners In the strong Mid- 40 points in one game last year and
Florida last Friday 92-82. Herbie Florida Conference. The 1985-86 can play gurad or forward.
Cooper led all scorers with 32 points Saints Were 23-9 and fifth ranked in The Lady Saints are 3-0 so far withvictories
All YJ and pulled down 11 rebounds in that the state, but slipped to 10-20 last over St. Petersburg CC'
losing effort. year,the worst record for the SFCC Manatee CC,and Polk CC.,showing
team since the collelge adopted a balanced attack with 5 people in

Saint coach Kenny Drost is very basketball The Lady in Saints 1979. are also looking double figures each game.
excited about Cooper's play.. forward to a winning season. Coach
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Above: SFCC President Alan others.
Robertson expresses thanks to j.LIaY Anyone residing in the 16 county
Starke community for books en- area of HRS District III is encouraged -
dowment fund and other supportfor to apply.Clients and handicapped --.b.Y., -
the SFCC Center persons are welcome. To request an AV'AliliUOUSli
At right Mrs. Larry Noegel, application call the HRAC liaison, SHD
Don Leubke of DuPont and Mary Roberts at the HRS complex in IYAItiillUUtil; 417 Edward rd.
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Barney Ruckdeschel Gainesville, (904)395-1016 or the
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donated volumes.Signing. in Lake City, 9047525960.)


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A "signing party"for contributorsto
last fall's highly successful"Senda
Book to College" drive was held jri '
Sunday afternoon, Nov. 15, at the
Santa Fe Community College Starke -
Center. _

Donors to the Starke Center's
Library Trust Fund signed $ $ oooI
bookplates for the books to be purchased I
with the annual $1,500 in- :
come derived from a $25,121 endow- from Starke Rotary Club, $200 from I 1st Month Installation
ment raised by the "Send a Book" Mary Humphries, and$160 from Dr. Special
campaign. Local donations totaled Harry Gruen.Evelyn Stump Griffin, II I
to Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Andrews for
additional match of
$15,121, with an who worked on the project, reportedthat I
contribution of
several lots in 1-8OO-342-9O84
$10,000 from the State of Florida'sAcademic over $2,500 came from In-
Country Club Estates to the Trust
Trust Fund.
Fund. dividual members of the Starke
Woman's Club.President .
Guests welcomed Alan
were by
Don Luebke, DuPont plant
Hetzel, president of the First Union
behalf of Robertson also thanked
manager, spoke briefly on
Bank of Gainesville and president of
donors to the book fund.The DuPont local attorney Bill Bessent for legal
the SFCC Endowment I
Corporation Company contributed $3,000 to the work he performed gratis in the for
which the drive.
N drive, supplementing their earlier mative days of the project, and also
SFCC President Alan Robertson donation of$3,000 for library books.
expressed thanks to those who did so Sponsored by the Santa Fe Endow-
Other major contributions to the ment Corporation, the drive was
make the a suc- -
much to campaign -
book fund drive included tear
special chaired by Steve Denmark with
and complimented the citizensof
Bradford County for their en- '"challenge grant" .o(* $4,000 from Larry Noegel an co-chairman.
The Bradford County Telegraph; -.
of the college'sprogram
thusiastic support $500 each from the Community State
in the renovated 1902 cour Bank, the Florida National Bank,
thouse. He pointed out that more
than 800 seats are filled in the 40
classes being conducted this and the local chapter of Alpha Delta
semester,which he said far exceeded Kappa, retired teachers' sorority;
anyone's dream prior to openingthe $400 from Denmark Furniture, $260
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by Janice Parrish place Dot Andrews,2nd place Linda k
Some 116 riders participated in the Andrews. Jack Bennys, 1st place
Union County Riding Club's 22nd Annual J.W. Dorminey, 2nd place John Shoe Special
Fall Frolic held Saturday, Nov. Roberts, Sr.
7. Big M Race Toddlers, 1st place
Union County rider Christin Carrie Forsyth, 2nd place Christm Jubilee
O'Steen took home top honors, winn- O'Steen. Fingerlings, 1st place t
ing the overall High Point trophy Koren Hezlep. Small Fry Girls, 1st
and a western belt buckle. place Carey Trowell, 2nd place Pumps
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead presenteda Marie Williams Small Fry Boys, 1st
plaque to Mr. and Mrs. Harlis Ellington place Trouble Hagen, 2nd place Bo 3 Heel Heights
during the day for their Dudley. t
generous donation and continuing Junior Girls, 1st place Jennifer available
support of the Florida Sheriff's Boys Forsyth,2nd place Paula Loadholtz. All Colors
Ranch. The plaque names Mr and Junior Boys, 1st place Doug Martin, t
Mrs. Ellington as lifetime membersof 2nd place Joshua Andrews. Powder sizes 5-11 N.M.W.
the Boy's Ranch. Puffs, 1st place Janet Gray, 2nd V WIDTH NOT AVAILABLE IN ALL COLORS
Another highlight of the day was place Janice Parrish. t
an exciting speed event called the Seniors, 1st place Joe Hendricks,
arena race relay. Once again, our 2nd place Mike Gaskins. Gracie
Union County team pulled throughfor Aliens, 1st place Dot Andrews, 2nd SAVE $7.00 '
us with a victory and some cash place Sandy Craig.Jack Bennys, 1st
for each team member, plus a place Buddy Kirby, 2nd place J.W.Dormmey. .
trophy for their intense effort.. $24.991'0 $17.99
Members of the winning team Tire Race: Toddlers, 1st place i
were John Roberts,Sr.,Pat Castlen, Christm O'Steen, 2nd place Kellie Iv
Danny Bass, Janet Gray and Marie Hendricks. Fingerlings, 1st place
Williams Good job team I Sara Beth O'Steen, 2nd place Karin ,-. .-.-. 4i, Die h or d's 101 E. CALL ST.
_. Nexieame I the fun games..1'hetire Trowell. Small Fry Girls, 1st place
4 t:. "" h f (DUny riders on foot trying Deidre Davison. 2nd place. Christy Honored.. .. STARKE
t&catch their horses,and even a few Gay. '- Mr. and Mrs.IlarlU Dllngton and Union County Sheriff Jerry Whitehead. SHOES
(including this writer) on the dirt. Small Fry Boys 1st place John t
The event brought a lot of laughs for Roberts, Jr., 2nd place Trouble Seniors, 1st place Russ Meham, 2nd
and Hagen. Junior Boys, 1st place
spectators participants alike, place Danny Bass. Gracie Aliens 1st
ending a great day on a funny note. Joshua Vinci.Junior Andrews Girls,,2nd 1st place place Melissa Blain place Linda Andrews, 2nd place Dot SPECIAL FALL VALUES

High Point Winners... Williams, 2nd place Rhonell Estes. Ralph Andrews.Parrish Jack,2nd Bennys place,Don 1st LORIDA at Florida Pest Control's
Powder Puffs, 1st place Janet
High Point winners for each class Gray, 2nd place Tammy Morris. Please See Ride Page 7 otlTaolLAWN & GARDEN
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Fingerlings-Sara Beth O'Steen;
Small Fry Girls-Carey Trowell; V See me at CHdIICltC 339 E. Call Street 964-5743
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Junior Girls-Jennifer Forsyth; :
Junior Boys-Bart Andrews; Powder TerwillegarMotors LEAF RAKE'SPECIALS
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The top six riders in each class 9 A GN '
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with the overall winners receiving r. i Model I
trophies. The two top winners in Eddie Starling d has
each classed event for the day were: f. AMES
Pole Event: Toddlers, 1st place
Christm O'Steen,2nd place Kim For 20.2 5 Prong Steel Tlne5888
syth. Fingerlings, 1st place Sara Reg 9.99
Beth O'Steen, 2nd place Koren R eg. 2'29.
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Trowell,2nd place Tammy Allmond. toP" Green Sweeper
Small Fry Boys, 1st place John .4PI.We dBlode\ 110 R eg. 10.99 988
Roberts, Jr., 2nd place Bo Dudley. FILTER 8 LUBE O 1'1 0. I
Junior Girls, 1st place Rhonell YARpRag. 1q9'
Estes, 2nd place Jennifer Forsyth. '5" cuI
Junior 1st Doug Mar- cc engine
Boys place SPECIAL 22,2 11 Ibs' 89" .......
tin,2nd place Terry Elixson.Powder WI- Ci"' Enjoy a Rich
Puffs, 1st place Debbie Cornell, 2nd Hea d Green Lawn
place Beth Boone. Seniors, 1st place .tap..Go 001LS All Winter
Pat Castlen, 2nd place Danny Bass lL1C1R\C M.0NnP g9
Gracie Aliens, 1st place Sandy 9$1195 1 anlyZ'""
Craig, 2nd place Linda Andrews. O.1208 2. PLANT-
Jack Bennys, 1st place J.W. Dor- $ RYE
miny, 2nd place Buddy Kirby. a" ,4" so Lb. Bag 1399
Cloverleaf Event: Toddlers, 1st Expires Nov. 23, 1987 3' Amps Cu's l90" 99ousin9
place Christm O'Steen, 2nd place No 409 RolOles 24 1 Lb. Bag 101bs.MoarN .
Carrie Forsyth. Fingerlings, 1st INCLUDES FIVE t
place Sara Beth O'Steen, 2nd place -- QUARTS OF OIL Edging '39 349
Tabitha Tyre. Small Fry Girls, 1st Consult your owner's' manual lor for
place Marie Williams, 2nd place recommended maintenance Intervals.
Carey Trowell.
Small Fry Boys, 1st place John i t Worn-out oil carries dirt i
Roberts, Jr., 2nd place Bill Castlen.
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Girls 1st Jennifer For- .. awayat
Junior place
2nd place Shelly Trowell. engine parts. So SAVE NOW ON POULAN SAWS
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News Briefs

should not violate laws of the State of
Shanda Denise Allen, 19, of Union H.Pierce where their cases received Lisa A. Goltare pled guilty NVDL; unlawful speed; fined withdrew$82. Florida.
County was arrested Nov. 10 for final disposition. six months probation, 50 hours com Ronald Lloyd Byers pleaof
not guilty to vioaltion f probationon
work under Salvation
failure to appear to answer chargesof munity Misdemeanor Court
all and pled guilty to ran
retail theft, according to Deputy Charlotte F. Doolittle pled guilty supervision, 500 work essay on why
Barry King. Bond was set at$101.25, driving while license suspended or should not be driving auto. red light, failure to report accident, Robert Padgett pled guilty bad
. she was released on her own revoked (DWLS); fined $101.25, Robert A. Martin pled guilty leaving the scene of accident, check ($71.50 payment ) ;
Salvation Army supervision. wilful-wanton reckless driving; DWLS; Salvation Army supervision presented proof of of
.. e. recognizance. Doolittle pled guilty following too court hold license 60 days, essay why one year with same terms as check, $50 court costs.
r Traffic closely; dismissed. accident should not have happenedand previously stated,seek treatment at Lenora Harris pled guilty bad
Larry Thomas pled guilty DWLS; why should not have violated Bradford Union Guidance Clinic. check ($72 McCrory's); $50 court
Todd Eric Jackson, 23, was arrested
fined $101.25.Dennis laws. Shawn D. Nettles pled guilty no costs, proof of restitution.
for failure to appear to DeSue pled guilty no valid James L. Redmond pled guilty tag; fined $101.25. Fred Sanders pled guilty petit
valid driver
answer charges of no driver license (VDL);fined$101.25or DWLS; $50 court costs. Nettles pled guilty no valid motor theft 90 days in jail, suspend if In
license, according to Deputy Doug valid license and cycle license; fined $101.25. VA hospital for treatment.
present pay $50 Jeffery L. Baker pled no contest
York. Bond was set at$250, Jackson court costs. DWLS; produce valid license and John L. Geer pled guilty DUI; fined Edward Aldridge, Jr. pled guilty
r1Ii! remains in custody. James B. Kight pled no contest pay $50 court costs. $362, license suspended six mon retail theft; fined$101.25, six months
Ronald Lamar Andrews of Starkewas driving under the influence (DUI; Archie C. Carmichael pled no con- ths, 50 hours community work, attend Salvation Army suervision, stay
arrested Nov. 16 for driving fined $362, license suspended six test leaving the scene of accident; DUI school, Salvation Army employed.Eddie .
while license suspended (DWLS), months, 50 hours community work, $50 court costs.Carmichael supervision one year. Aldridge pled guilty retail
Patrolman G. E. Hayes. He was attend DUI school, Salvation Army pled no contest fail to Benjamin O. Armstrong pled guilty theft (Scotty's); fined $101.25, six
Retired Judge John J Crews released after a $210 cash bond was supervision one year. report accident; $50 court costs. DWLS; Salvation Army supervision months Salvation Army supervision,
posted. Gregory Chandler pled guilty expired Lacey J. Girard pled guilty expired one year, 80 hours communitywork stay employed.
driver license over four mon tag over four months; present violate no laws. Aaron Mathews pled no contest no
Judge Crews' Kenneth Harry Martin, 30, of ths; fined $101.25. valid tag, pay $50 court costs. Rickey J. Gunter pled guilty management area permit; producedvalid
Condition Critical Lawtey was arrested Nov. 15 for Earl Godwin pled guilty violationof Girard pled guilty failed to maintain DWLS; 30 days in jail. permit, six months court pro-
driving license restrictions PIP $32. Chris A. Mcintosh pled guilty two bation.
driving under influence (DUI, ; pre- ; pay
Former Circuit Judge John J DWLS and refusing to sign the citation sent valid license or pay $101.25. Carl H. Tyre pled guilty improper charges DWLS; Salvation Army Billy Ray Hardenbrook pled guiltyno
Crews remains in critical conditionas according to Investigator James R. Keele pled no contest no driver license; present valid license supervision one year, 80 hours com retail dealers license; $50 court
of time, according to a Aderholt. Martin was additionally tag; dismissed. and pay $50 court costs Dec. 16 or munity work,500 word essay on why costs.

Alachua press General Hospital charged on a Bradford County Abdul-Rahman Bilal pled guilty pay $101.25. r......';-.....................-.. .....-...-...................-.........'.'...........................................;-...::............-.......::
spokesperson.Judge capias charging trespass. Bond was DWLS; fined $101.25. Doyle E.Manning pled guilty leaving D.aiiH
Crews suffered an apparent set at$1,031.25. Martin was releasedon Eddie W. Bedgood pled no contest the scene of accident; $50 court : Good Selection to '
massive stroke or heart attack as he his own recognizance. DUI; fined $362, license suspendedsix costs. .
Choose From
was walking home from the Gator months, attend DUI school, 50 Robert D. Overdorff pled no con
football game Saturday afternoon. Traffic Court hours community work, Salvation test DWLS; fined $101.25 or present NO DOWN PAYMENTC
Judge Crews who lives in Army supervision.Eddie valid license Dec. 16 and pay $50.
Gainesville recently retired as active Nov. 17 FinalsThe W. Bedgood pled guilty Overdorff pled guilty unlawful & C Mini-Storage
circuit court judge. He was ser unlawful speed; fined $90, Salvation speed; fined $82. :
ving as administrative judge for following defendants appeared Army supervision nine months. Fletcher W. Rodgers pled guilty HWY 301 South :
Bradford County at the time of his in Bradford County Traffic Deonna D. Clemons pled guilty DWLS; fined $101.25. : 964-8848 Handi-House Portable BuildingsSAWYER
retirement. Court Nov. 17 before Judge George DWLS; fined $101.25. Earl F. Wilson, III pled guilty '. .. . .. .. .. .. :

BIIS Coach '.
Has Surgery \ ( ;zitL9- -1 ') i

Bradford High School coach e/ The Strawberry (/
Mike Sexton was scheduled for heart !
surgery Wednesday afternoon (at ) U//l//l/itJ(7Eo-PllC1 Patch : ,
press time). c7> >
BHS Varsity Football Defensive .\' 0 Restaurant "
Coordinator Sexton was listed in :
good condition in Alachua General FEAST II
spokesperson.Hospital, according to a hospital Join us at our house for our t''

Sexton's wife, Eddy Joyce, said ALL-YOU-CARE-TO-EAT Bountiful Buffet ,I'i '

Mike surgery was at 1:15 to have p.m. Nov.triple i Thursday November 26 ,; i ii : e -

Nov. 5 Sexton suffered a heart attack \ I 11:00 am 2:00: pm and I
at BHS at 2:50: p.m. Bradford
Rescue arrived within two minutes, I 5:00 pm 8:00 pm 11 r
accompanied by Dr. Peter Gianas (Regular menu selections also available In evening) flF
to find Coach David Hurse hadstarted 1
CPR, according to Directorof : : Homemade soup, garden fresh salad bar, baked
Emergency Services Cliff Chap-- I turkey & dressing with all the trimmings,

man. "Coach Hurse's timely I roast beef au jus, a vegetable variety,
response and knowledge of CPR .
greatly enhanced Coach Sexton's II desserts, hot rolls & creamery butter.

chance of survival," said Chapman. : Adults $5.95 Children under 12 $2.95 Infants '
Coach Sexton to
was transported
Bradford Hospital where he was to 3 FREE. Large selection of homemade pies /' 'j I

stablized and than taken by Rescueto $1.50 slice Reservations suggested for parties
AGH where he has remained a pa- ', of 6 or more. ROPER

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Starke Girl ImprovingAfter .. L
Oct. 23 AccidentA I Magic Chef)

17-year-old Bradford High
School student injured in a car accident Some of the world's

on her way to the Homecominggame best chefs cook with
with two other students has
returned home from Alachua SEARCHINGFOR gas. Discover the
General Hospital. difference.
Michelle Robinson, a passenger, :
who suffered a fractured pelvis and
a head laceration, is unable to GAS RANGES
"bear" weight but is home after /
three weeks hospitalization. According Priced
to Michelle's mother she is improving :
and In good spirits. FromPlus $248
Driver of the 1978 Chevrolet, RIGHT I '
Renae Mangus, 16, and passenger .
Samantha Deese, 13, were not in- trade-in Allowance
jured in the accident according to
Samantha's mother.
All three girls were taken by

Michelle STAT Rescue was Bradford later taken Hospital to AGH where by .CATERING SERVICE ? TAPPAN .

The Chevrolet was making a left MICROWAVE OVEN GENERAL ELECTRIC
turn from US-301 onto Washington
St. when the vehicle was struck in MICROWAVE OVEN

the front right by a 1983 Ford van When planning your holiday parties meetings or _
southbound in the inside lane,accor- ,
ding to Patrolman Michael D. ; ]
Spears.Driver. any special occasion call us for your catering CJ I
of the van, Joseph Brian .
Stafford of Starke,was cited for running needs.WESTERN
a red light. .
Damage to the van was $3,000. Tsppsn '

Damage to the Chevrolet was $4,500in STEERAsk 700 WattBrowning Accurate TimerWoodgrain
the 7:33: p.m. accident.
Element Case

Recent ArrestsIn for Donnie or Harry at 9648061We $

Bradford CountyThe have a wide selection guaranteed to satisfy 228$99

by local following authorities arrests in were Bradford made nearly all your culinary tastes. __ _


Deborah Fortunato Hormerte of STEAKS : MORE :

Port Richey was arrested Nov. 14 for 111i1
retail theft, according to Patrolman 1 Shrimp BBQ Ribs Beef or Pork

Kathy Mercer. Hormerte was ar DelMonicoFilet Lobster Stuffed Flounder
rested at Eckerd Drugs after she
had been detained for police. "Lee" Mignon .1 Roast Beef Ham /

press on nails which had not been > Sirloin .
Fried Chicken Chicken Cordon Bleu .
paid for,were found in her purse,according -
to Mercer. Hormerte was T-Bones Turkey & Dressing ... r

was released posted.after a $210 surety bond

Neal Norman Golden, 29, of We serve a COMPLETE menu with baked potato or rice, your We feature just about every f :RItN !h
arrested Nov. 14 for
violation Lawtey was of probation, according to choice of vegetable fresh baked rolls, ice tea and dessert conceivable model, size, i ii
Investigator David Aderholt. Bond and style heater to match nu"' u
remains at$10,000, he is in custody. Call Us For ALL Your Catering Needs. your needs.

Thomas Eugene Lee, 34, of" References available on request. GAS HEATERS iii 1'
Raiford was arrested Nov. 14 on a :
capias charging providing an illegal
solid waste disposal area, according Priced
to Investigator Aderholt. Lee was -
was released posted.after a $500 surety bond rUS.3'01.8 From $138

Phyllis M. Endicott, 50, of Union
County was arrested Nov. 11 for .
forgery,attempting to utter a forged -. s44 & a e ZOc2% Sawye
prescription, according to Lt. Glen
Moore. Bond was set at $5,000, she
was released on her own
recognizance. II 111

Marklee John Harris, 28, was ar- _
rested Nov. 11 on a capias charging > -, f;. i.
failure to comply with a court order 1332
W. MADISON ST. PH.. 964.7701
accordign to Short. Bond \
was set at$1,500. Harris was releas- .' 964-8061 *"-S'Page "MM ..... ..,.__S.._ a.is_
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Pleasanat Grove House Fire...'-? >n'hl. Tyson and Ion Clarence Williams burned to 25th HEMISPHERE Extra Regal
Friday morning about 9:00.
The Hellbron Springs Volunteer Fire Department was the first on the 1
scene, but the fire| was out of control. LWCI tanker and pumper also PAGEANTBABY
answered the call.

Vernon TYlon, a neighbor, says he hopes they can get' Volunteer unit 12"
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girls'infant-2 girls' 3.27yrs girls'-3-30 yrs girs'boys'bays'infant2 !

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175 .750 $5 REBATE 750
Fall FrolicFrom
E & J Brandy California

Pap 5 ((240 contact hours) is designed to Bacardi Cooler

Other Union County riders who develop a degree of skill for nurses Rum
placed in the top six of each event aides that will meet nursing home 641
standards. Graduates would become tr 2:
were: i "
Certified Nursing Assistants as required (
Dallas Osborne, Lindsey Graham, 4pac
Jamie Freeman, George Seay, by Florida Law. -l.! \ 13 79 a
Danlta! Mann Wentworth, The cost of the course is approx-
Christy Gay, Bret Dukes, Mike imately $175, which includes application Regional Shows To Be Held.

Maupin, Jason Davison, Jennie tuition, lab' fees, book and. Sat. Dec. 5, 1 Dam. Jax-Kent Campus Jax Community CollegeSat.
uniform. ..
Keller, T.G. Hagen, Michael Bass,
Dec 5, 6pm-Lake City Womens Club
Shane Holley, Paulette Davison, Applicants must take the TABE fig!
Linda Trowell, Linda Gay, Joel Kir- test at the Bradford Vo-Tech Center. FREE ADMISSION PUBLIC INVITED
by, Glen Trowell, Terry Mann, Jeff For more information, please call $100,000. In STATE PRIZES Including 12 trips to Miami Beach, Fl. $2. REBATE 1.75 $1. REBATE .750
Lila Yawn at the SFCC Starke
Andrews Roberts Mildred
Carol Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel
Albert An- Center ((964-5382). 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGEStarke
Hagen, Nancy Stalnaker, 350000. In Nat'l Prizes Including 6 CARS
drews, Bill Lane, Sr., and Roscoe -1 1 mile North of starke on US 301
Congratulations to all the riders ACT Test In Lake City ((904)) 752-1103
who took home awards I At Starke CenterAny PATRICKS PUB & PACKAGEKeystone
TOLL FREE 1-800-852-4555 MonThursFla.
or : daily 11-5pm
Hgts Open 7 Days a Week 473-9718
student planning to take full Dlr., Adelyn Foreman, 4528 S. Shore Rd. Orl. Fl 32809 100 Yds North of Sr 100 on HWY 21 North
time classes at Santa Fe Community
College for the Winter Term should ((305)) 857-0657 evening only
*Worth Voting take the ACT Test to be ad- --' -,
ministered at the Starke Center on
Thursday, December 3.
The test will begin promptly at 6
WS Civic Club p.m. There is no charge for the test,
but the student must fill out an application
To Hold Annual to the college prior to taking -

Christmas Nov. 21 Bazaar the test.FliP FforidaFederaTs new 25-MonthCD:

The Worthington Springs Civic Troopers Now there's a way to get a higher than market above market rate which varies with the amount of
Club will have their annual rate with a no-risk investment: Florida Federal's new your opening deposit.
Christmas Bazaar Saturday,Nov. 21 Continue License,
at the Worthington Springs Com- Vehicle Inspections 25-month CD. This program is available for a limited time only.
munity Center between the hours of With our new 25-month CD, the more you So open your 25-month CD at Florida Federal today
9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Bradford CountyThe the interest climbs You'll And from
deposit, higher your get an get even more your investment.
Gifts, toys, Christmas ornaments, Florida Highway Patrol will
and many other hand made items be conducting driver license and
will be displayed with a door prize to vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- '..
be given away every 1/2 hour.A ing the week of Nov.20 through Nov. The more deposit! ,,, .. .
with cakes pies and 'w. I you .
bake sale 26 on SR-21 SR-100, SR-230. SR-18, ,
will also be available.A .
cookies SR-16. CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B,
luncheon of soup and sand- CR-225, CR-125, CR-229. CR-231, the interest climbs.
wiches will be served around noon. CR-227, CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A higher your
The meal price will be posted at the in Bradford County. ,
time of the bazaar.Nursing .

Assistant Union CountyThe

Course OfferedLocal Florida Highway Patrolwillbe
conducting driver license and
residents who are interestedin dur-
vehicle inspection
a Nursing Assistant Course in ing the week of Nov. 20 through Nov.
Starke this winter (beginning the Santa in 26 on SR-100, SR-121,SR-231, SR-241,
January) should contact CR-237, CR-229,
Starke SR-238, CR-18,
Center.Fe Community College CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR- 8.461%

The eight week, non-credit course 796A in Union County. Annual Yield


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STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to FOR SALE
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month '
your work? W. have clean 205 N. '
mobile re"ple, StarkeCecelia
to the Bradford County and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner home ?r
Telegraph office In writing and paid In Owner at 964.5069 or 964-4048 TF available 4681323. 10/8 TF KINGSLRY LAKE AREA Immaculate 3 BR :.
NEW MOBILE HOME 14 ft. wide, central 2 Ba mobile home
of live ooks
OFFICE ON 301 Contact Ron Denmark on acre
advance unless credit I I. already Terwlllegar
heat and
air furnished.
established with this office. at 964-5516. 6/25 tin Must see. Many extras. Call for details. Ralph
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD 2 A S BEDROOM HOUSE $250 and $350. 12x44 4681323. 10/8 TF Bryan 964.6208. 10/29 TF .....HOMES.....
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Call 964-5377 after 5:30: p.m. 10/1 TF MOBILE 9644238.HOME 3 BR 2 Ba, on 1 ';LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS, PRIVACY, PRICED RIGHT Keystone, beautiful

CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER MOBIL HOME 2 BR. 1 bath AC, 1 acre, SMALL acre. FRAME HOUSE$250/month.2 BR 10/29 TF WANTEDFEMALE Spanish style home, 3450 s.f., 10 acres, sprinkler system, 4 BR, 2V4 bo, formal
THE TELEPHONE. $185 month, $150 security. Responsible throughout, In carpet LR, fully equipped kitchen Ig. FR brick fireplace, patio pool, ceiling
Classified' deadline I I. TUESDAY. adult only 964-6479. 10/1 TF month. No house country. ,Adult$200 per fans 2 car garage, new roof, zoned Agrl., 2 assum. mtgs., $135,0001
NOON prior to Thursday publication. ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobile home Call 964-8602. ffmm| only TO SHARE HOME furnishedroom ULTIMATE IN EXECUTIVE LIVING: Stucco block beauty with 3400 s.f.. 6
Classified display deadline )I. TUESDAY. Vi mile from city. Nice neighborhood. OFFICE BUILDING 5 rooms, wall to wall washer A dryer No pets. 1 child yrs. old on 2% acres In Lowtey area. Spacious..Elegant..Prestige!
5:00: P.M. Special Classified display 468-1323. 10/8TF carpet, central air. Perfect for Doctoror under 2 yrs. of age okay. Half utilities OWNER FINANCING 310 Church St., $20,000.
plac.m.nt l Is NOT Guaranteed. NEWLY DECORATED: everything furnished. Attorney'office. For more Info, call $70 per w..k, $100 deposit. NO DRUG GREAT LOCATION Good frontage Hwy 100W and Hwy 225.40 plus acres.
Minimum charge for classified ads I I. Laundry facilities Included. Video Jewel or John 964-63O5. TFlmm GIES. 9644812. Itchg 11/19 EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOOD: Palm St.. 3/2 brick, new roof, carport,
15 words for S3.5O. then 15 cent for room available. Will accept one child THREE ROOMS and bath, furnished new Carrier heat pump large screened porch, utility shed, extra lot.
each word thereafter. no pet. Palm Apt., 2313 N. TempleAve. apartment. Private entrance. $175 CARS TRUCKS, VANS CONSOLIDATED HOME t OFFICE OR APT Cozy comfortable: BR, 2 Ba
.. Stork. 32091. 10/29 TF
TWO BEDROOM LARGE HOMI In city. month no pets. 964-8071. 11/192tchg brick 2424 sq. ft. on 5 acres, Intercom central vac, CHAA, ceiling fans, attic
MOBILE HOMES $325 month. 9647826. 11/9 3tpd 11/19 11/26 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME station wagon fan fully equipped kitchen, enclosed porches Buck stove, 436 ft
FURNISHED APARTMENT three room TRAILERS FOR RENT electric water A 1975 3 seater, 8 passenger AC PS garage, 616 sq. ft. separate office or apt lawtey area.
FOR SALE and bath. Part of utilities furnished. sewer furnished. Lost Valley Cam PB, Auto, runs and looks good. $850. DEERWooD S/D: brick 3/3 pool $105,000

Adult only, no pet. 9645970. 11/5 pground. 9645760. Itpd 11/19 473.1493.11/5 2tchg 11/19 POLK ST: Singlewide, CH, AC unit $ 14,000
MOBILE HOME FOR SALE r.nt to own 4tchg 11/26 ONE BEDROOM HOUSE furnished 19B2 RENAULT LE CAR low miles MENG DAIRY ROAD: "12. 2 story 12 acres $ 85.000
your own mobile home. S.v.ral to LAWTEY APARTMENTS LTD Now accepting clean AC, yard main., garbage AM/FM radio. $1200 or best offer SAMPSON LAKE: 3/2. 1985 DW. fireplace, high lot $ 50,000
choose from. Call 468-1323 for Informa application for 1, 2 and 3 BR apt. pickup Included. $200 month $100 9647927. Itpd 11/19 EDWARDS LOOP: 3 BR, 2 Ba. 1 acre, let's go country $ 62,000
deposit. 9647625. Itpd 11/19 19B2 CUTLASS SUPREME $3.000 cash
tion. 10/8TF CHAA, all electric kitchen carpet and ORANGE AND PRATT: 2/1 from., handyman's dream $ 23,000
TRAILER IN LAWTEYl blue tinted windows
9643812. 2-tone
NEW t USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy drape Rent starts at $195. Please call no children. BROOKER: 3/2 brick and frame, Shady Oaks SID extra lot $ 44,000
782-3344 7823942. 11/19 wheels. TFce
or TFce rally
Wellt at AW Mobile Home, 964-6407 782-3331 or come by In the evening MENG DAIRY RD.: 2.25acres. 3/1 CB CH/A, so near $ 40,000
ONE BR FRAME HOUSE furnl.hed.woodga. 1977 DODGE CUSTOM VAN Also 20 ft
or 9646408. 8/14 tfnrw hour Equal Opportunity. CROSBY LAKE CANAL 2 1
Housing : BR Ba CH/A, frame $ 41,000
24 X 60 DOUBLEWIDE. all let up In Olln's 11/123tchg 11/26 heat. Breaker area. $150mo. RV Trailer, air, elec. refrlg, new tires
plus Call 485-1564. 9648661. $3100 11/19 ....
Subdivision. Ready to move Into. TWO BEDROOM unfurnished home on deposit. 11/19 Itpd .COMMERCIAL.....
SI 3.800. Financing available. Call Lake Geneva. Keystone Ht., AC. 2tpd 11/26 ZONED COMMERCIAL! 145x165', located in the enterprise zone, close to
137 A 139 E. CALL STREET 3500 ..f. 2
6/11 on hospitalGreat access. 25000.
9645606. tfnchg HOMESFOR
screen porch fireplace, no pet. $395.
2 DOUBLEWIDE REPO'St Financing 1-786-6044. 11/12 4tchg 12/3 floor Available Dec. 15. For lease THOMPSON ST: 11,362 s.f.. brick, ENTERPRISE ZONE, Benefits $ 80.000
available. Call 1-272-0625 collect. rfn BIG CB HOMI on 2.4 acre In the coun with option. Clyde W. Simpson, SALE 301 N: 1.5 acres, MH hook-up, 2 bldgs, 240' on 301, great value $ 37,000
2 USED DOUBLEWIDES: low payments.Low try. 473-2157 or 468-1168. 11/12 4tpd 19043566849. 11/19 TF 301 N: by Econo lodge 165.01'on 301 $120,000
down payment. Call 1-272-0650 KINGSLEY LAKE! :2 BR MH. AC heat 301 N: approximately ISO x 220'
12/3 2 BR, 1 BA with 2 cor garage. Perfect for opprox. $125,000
collect tin TWO BEDROOM HOUSE 1 A bath stove, yearly. Couple only no pets 533-2366. retired couple. Easy walking distanceto 301 N: Dairy Queen Building, lease option? $ 93,000
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT 1120 sq. ft. refrigerator, convenient to shopping. Itchg 1119FURNISHED new shopping center 29999. Call 301 S: 193' 301 frontage $ 85,000
manufactured horn. 3 BR, 2 bath setup $250 1st last and $100 security No : clean mobile homes and efficiencies 9645606. 4/30 tfn 301 and Washington Street, 262.5 x 105' $ 91,500
on shady lot. $251 per month. Olin. pet. 468-1509. 11/122tpd 11/26 964-8810., weekly and monthly. Jo.LuMot.l. "%% ASSUMABLE: 3 BR, 2 boo brick 301 5: 135 ft. on 301, opprox. 2 acres. $150,000
Home Center 964-5606. 11/12 4tchg MOBILE HOME Waldo clean 14' wide Itchg 11/19 veneer home with fireplace and
12/3 KINGSLEY LAKEs small cottage 6 mo., ....ACREAGE.....
$200 month, 11 and last. No pet garage on 5 acres. Beautiful home
THREE BEDROOM 2 both on 1 % acre. 468-1509. 11/19 2tpd 11/26 heat winter rates. Couple only, no Reduced to 59500. United Realty of RD. 100 EAST: 1.37 acres, wooded and platted $ 7,000
Rd. 16 East, '/, mile out of city. $1.000 THREE BEDROOM two bath house on 1 pets. 533.2366Itchg 11/19 Starke, 964-8447 or 473.3627. 11 12 TF I 105th AVE., LAWTEY: 2 / acres cleared $ 8,000
equity and take over payments. acre land. Central heat. For rent orale. KEYSTONE OAKS 3 BR, 2 bo CHI A. wallto HAMPTON 438 acres. This property has everything $438,000
964.6305 from 8.5 p.m. or 964.6493 Owner will finance. 9646051. wall carpet only 5 yrs. old, large LAWTEY: 5 acres, 105th Ave., good Investment $ 15,000
after 6 p.m. I1/12TF Itpd 11/19 PERSONALSALONETT workshop garden and lawn sprinkler RD 100 E: 12 acres plus fish pond, wide open spaces $ 26,000
ASSUME 3 BR 2 both. $159 per month. TEN MOBILE HOMES for rent: furnishedor 12x21 glassed-in porch 473-2971 FLUME RD.: 9 acres joins Country Club. Condos?Time Share? $ 49.000
9043518514. 11/19 2tchg 11/26 unfurnished. MIMOSA MANOR Call BRINGING PEOPLE 11/12 2tchg 1119GOVERNMENT SR 16 WEST: opprox. 7 acres SI 3.000
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS owner must 964-7498. 11/19TFchg TOGETHER I Starke's most respected HOMES from $1 (IU OKLAWAHA RIVER: 3 beautiful acres, river frontage $ 15.000
sell 3/2 $149 per month. SMALL 2 BR HOUSE carport. CH&A, doting service since 1977. All Including Repair), foreclosures, repos tax delinquent LAURA CHURCH RD.. 40 acres 1970 MH, 2 barns,
9043518514. 11/19 2tchg 11/26 close to store Prefer quiet working senior citizens ages properties. Now selling your 3 wells, farrowing pen $ 75,000
HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL 28x68 Home of people. $235/month, $100 security 1-800-648-4401. 4/2 tfn area. Call 1-315-736-7375 EXT. H.Fl-53 PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.: 20.16 acres 3 wells
Merit $279 per month. Free delivery. deposit964.6640 for more Info. 11/19 for current list. 24 hr. ll/193tpd 12/3 2 septic tanks, 2 poles, owner finance $ 50,000
Uncle Roy's, 9043518514. 11/192tchg 2tpd 11/26 NEW HOME: custom built. 3 BR, 2 bath Or will split each $ 27,000
11/26 TWO BEDROOM HOUSE large yard with brick veneer, 1840 s.f. heated and BROWNLEE RD.: 36.43 acres, owner finance, great location $ 82,332
$ 0 MONEY DOWN 100% financing.Free pond. $275/month $100 security. R.V.s, CAMPERS. cooled. Screened back porch inside
credit check by phone. 9644646. Itpd 11/19 woodwork beautiful nice .....LOTS....
9043518514. 11/192tchg 11/26 PARTIALLY FURNISHED 2 bedroom, 1 TRAVEL TRAILERSTWO neighborhood. Call 964 6131 eves Crosby lake Lot 100 ft. $ 19,800
REPO'S: Easy assumption with little or no bath. 964-7436 or 9645918. Itchg 11/19 11/192tchg 11/26 Country Club Estates: 2 lots, one acre each $ 7,500 A $ 8.500
money down. Doubles and MOBILE HOME 2 BR on Griffl Loop. 1 TRAVEL TRAILERS good condition Kingsley Lake Village: 2 lots $ 4,500
singlewide 904.351.8514.11/19 2tchg child deposit. 9648816. Itpd 11/19 equipped. One 22 ft.. $800; one 32 ft., Crosby Lake Lot 2: Make Offer $17.000
11/26 TWO BR APARTMENT stove, refrlg. $1800. 9644883. 11/19 2tchg 11/26 Washington A Cherry St.: 2 lots $ 8,000
DOUBLEWIDE: Two bedroom 2 bath November rent free. 708 N. Lake St., APACHE POP UP fiberglass camper. Winding Tree Lake Lot 246, Florida Frontier $ 15,000
central hoot air. shingle roof, concrete $180 month, $100 deposit. 9648523. 4311160. Itchg 11/19
porches foundation carport, Itpd 11/19 After Hour
workshop large landscaped lot. Ex Anne Terwlllegar Nelson 473-7S4I
tras. 4733285. 'Itpd 11/19 John Longford Master Appraiser 494-2291
12x60 MOBILE HOME: 1970 model STROUT REALTY Randy Cory 47S-2S97
2700. Call 4731050. 11/19 4tchg Incorporated
,.12/10 lie. Real Estate Broker
I'I ......... B3B N.Temple .._.(".S:30)) :
Sterke, PI 32091 '
VACATION RESORTS OR Luxurious Contemporary Custom Homes In.uLtd.

RENTALS 964-1931 473.3096 ,"'.111III'. ._ Unique in design and price! Thermo p.n.window
W dihedral...acne.a *
1396: 20 oe. to develop Inside city Kit Form Erected Shell ** '*.
COTTAGES. Fully furnished. Daily, limit. 2 BR furnished home Included. I Accelerated Realty or : =tmlgn flexibility
weekly, monthly rates. Also mobile Zoned mobile home park. n. 0 N3 For FREE presentation call: FHA*VA Adopted.
home park spaces for rent and homesfor f 45$ apt. house ((4), good I in-
: 2-story
sale MT. VIEW RESORT U.S. 64E, St. John E. Curiae e United Realty of Starke office: 964-8447 home: 473-3627
come. Epperson j jloJ
Highlands Rd.. Franklin. N.C. ((704)) 1423: Mobile on 11 oc.. pecan grove, 2 964-4544 4 j
5244605.611 tfnchg
ml. to town.

1411): Southern Estate home. 5 ac., 1520 s. Walnut St. c;> Gerald's Paint & Body 00'1'
Lawtey I
1439: Commercial bldgs. A 10 city lots,. (Hwy. 301 S.) LI3 Professional Paint & Collision Work

going business! __ Starke. FL

ENJOYMENT Inground Swimming Pool. 3BR/2BA Block,
Hollow Drive
L Great Room w/Fireplace CH/A 41 Acres of Pasture, Farming &

r.'I Wooded Areas, Well & Septic.


Room w/Fireplace, Large Kitchen Utility Room Garage 1 Acre .

EASIER TO KEEP UP 3BR/3BA Brick. CH/A, Living &
Dining Rooms Family Room w/Fireplace Swimming Pool, '

Guest House. Well & Septic, 4 Lots. 1

CENTRAL HEAT" AIR 2BR/1BA Frame. Sieve, Rcfri &

Dishwasher. Ceiling Fans Large Screened Porch. 22x30' Bam 964-4522

Well & Septic. RTARKK. FL

BETTER NEIGHBORHOOD 3BR/1 1/2BA Block, Spacious r 5 .

Living Room. Roomy Dining/Kitchen Combo. Central Pleat 1 :::j$3%$$$$$


'Ell{ l !FYLULgtNFllR! lLpY I9{ .. Carpel GREAT 1416 BUY S/F/ AT Large 36000.Lot. 3BR/2BA Block. Spacious ,

Located Hwy.3012 Blks S. SR.100. 221 Lafayette Street Living Room. Family Room CH/A, 1,839 S/F. Range, Refri & I .. '
Dishwasher Well & Septic. 1 Acre. Your Full S ivic ; 'Real eil.te Office .
f OFF HWY. 301 between Stark. and Lawtey 5 yr. old, large cedar home with QUIET" PEACEFUL 3BR/1BA Frame and 3BR/2BA Appr>UfsV for 'Re d lie* : ftarrni) '*, :Corhm*rcja! S "Busfrteik*
extras 8 plus acre.
many LAND OFF BESSENT on ROAD Nice building site. Doublewide w/Patios and Carport Large Workshop. Well &

LOTS AVAILABLE ADULT COMMUNITY with water ewer, light pole for Septic, 6.92 Acres.UNFINISHED THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL.

mobile home or camper. Close to'Starke. Two Story Cedar. 3BR/3BA. LR/DR. REDUCED AGAIN!liON HAMPTON LAKE 3 BR. 2 Ba, with gorgeous view of the
COUNTRY LIVING In large cedar and brick home about mile from Stark.. Recreation Room. Utility. Large Porches. 7.6 Acres. entire lake. Boathouse A dock, with many other amenities. JUST REDUCED TO

Over 35 acres, some planted pine $ns. ee S1J9. ee- NOW $99,500
NORWEIGIAN BRICK 3BR/2BA. Dining-Kitchen Combo.
OLDER HOMI In Raiford on beautiful lot.
DOUBLEWIDE ON ONE ACRE Term available. CH/A. Range A Rem Carpet, 1200 S/F. Well & Septic, 1.5
THREE BEDROOM 1V4 both close to Wlnn Dixie Marketplace. Acres. HOMES IN STARKE

-7* ACRES West of Starke. Frontage on Hwy. 100 IT'S TODAYS BARGAIN 2BR/IBA Frame. Neat & Clean -A IOTTA ROOM for the money. 2 Story home, redecorated, 1800 s.f.. In Stark.
DUPLEX IN STARKE: priced In the $40. Great location. Fully occupied. 39000.
-12 LOTS approximately 'A acre each: 2 have septic tanks. Well & Septic. 21000. CONVENIENT TO TOWN i SCHOOLS 3 BR. 1 Bo, remodeled 133.000.
VERSATILE PROPERTY B-2 toning on Call St. 3 BR. 2 both. OLD FASHIONED FRAME 4Br/lBA. Large Living OWNER TRANSFERRED Beautiful country estate with prlv-cv In mind. This
BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITE: nice oak, already ha septic tank, fish pond, 1'/i Dining Rooms. Large Porches City Water & septic, Large Lot. custom 2-story log home Includes 3 BR, 2 Ba, 22.40 pool, all' acres. Call for

acre overlooking Hampton lake. NEAR SHOPPING 3BR/1 1/2BA Block. CH/A. Refri & private showing.'ANXIOUS .
-S3 ACRES on Hwy. 100 W.. approximately 1300 ft. frontage. Dishwasher Nice Lou SELLER HAS REDUCED FOR QUICK SAIL Spocloi. brick "/2, CHIA,
CUSTOM DOUBLEWIDCs Immaculate, kitchen equipped, workshop double fireplace on 10 acres In Stark. Under 95000. WE WANT AN OFFER I
garage, fruit tree. 1 acre. GREAT HANDYMAN SPECIAL Two Story 3BR/2BA. -IN THE BEST AREA on Bessent Road: lovely 3 BR, 3 Bo, separate dining room,
BUY NOW OR LEASE PURCHASE 3 acre. 3 BR. 2 Ba nice quiet area, pecan A Living/Dining Area w/Fireplmce City Water & Sewage double garage, many amenities, on S acres. 110000.
oak trees. Available. FOR THE GOLFER! Country Club over IV* acres, 3/2 all brick, sunken living
ALL THIS'FOR SM.OWh BR. 1 bath on lot In town kitchen equipped.G.AHAMt SELECTED PROPERTIES room fireplace, ceiling to floor windows, many extras. 79500.
block brick 3 BR. 2 bo en on. acre chain link fence, workshop. IMMACULATE! 4/2 In Starke. CHSA. 2 car carport. 100x100 lot 53000.
S ACRES High & Dry. Can buy w/Mobile Home, Well &
REDUCED to 535.000. TWO CONCRETI BLOCK HOMES side by side, CilIA, $45,000 each.
-300' ON HWY. 301 S'i 2 acre hot 24.60 bldg. plu. 2 MH'.. Priced to sell. Owner Septic. FRAME HOME on North Church St. Immaculate. Only $28,600.
will consider terms. 10 ACRES Pecan Grove Barn. Well & Septic. Fenced. WALK TO EVERYTHING 3/1 frame, nice lot. 23500.
INCOME PROPERTY: Corner lot In town REDUCED to 23000.
- -. 10 ACRES 13th Street ME. Pecan Grove
Residential Rental Avolloblel South' OUT OF STARKE
Commercial 10 ACRES -Clay County. Residential/Agricultural
3 ACRES Good Commercial Location -MELROSE BANK REPOt 3/2'h, ever 2200 s.f., on one acre.
WEEKEND RET.IATt15 ft. on Hart lake with 3 BR MH CH&A, 30000.
trained A ....55 ACRES 2 Parcels. Zoned for Mobile Homes.
of Professionally 2.16 REDUCED $5.000 Raiford
Call one our FOR QUICK SALE area, brick 3/2, $65,000.
2 CITY LOTS Northeast Section. COMMERCIAL
staff today at:
ii LAKE GENEVA Large Lot 100 ft. on the Waterl) .z.: APARTMENT COMPLEX full occupancy, on US 301 In Starke. REDUCED to

9645069or LAKE LOTS Crosby .A Sampson. Owner Financing. 140000.
LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast section of City. COMMERCIAL CORNER: North US 301, home with 30x100 building.
LOCATION, LOCATION New metal warehouse 52000.
after hours call: HWY 301 SOUTH Large Lot, Good Business Location. ,
-US 301 SOUTH at City limits, opprox. 297' rood frontage.
210 ft ON HWY 301 5 Acre Near Earlton Beach. -US 301 SOUTH 3 Parcels from 2 to 6 acres each.

REALTOR ASSOCIATES. .EVENINGSIrene COMM BLDG Approx 15.000 S/F Floor Space. TWO CORNERS of US 301 South SR IS. over 2200 ..f. on 301 frontage.

Lucille Spry 964-8420 YOUR eaT aTOP ACCCUCKATBD i We Invite Inquiries On Our Other ListingsIf

e Bobby Biggs9647331 REALTOR ._.1IU'. .

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i MUSICAl INSTRUMENTS At Iowa. ALICIA HAY In rolls, horse quality. All CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub- SALI
$14.99 p.r month. Call 9646946. tfn under barn. Order hay for winter and SAMPSON LAKE ESTATES lake front milted to the Lake Region Monitor of. desk off whit. gold trim dresser, COTTAGE with lake privileges
NIWSrAPm flATUi Aluminum. leave und.r my barn until you need It. and lake access. lots available from fits In writing and paid In advance whit A end chair table whit chest of drawer, HI AC, screened porch furnished or unfurnished.
Measures 24x36". 25 c.nle.och. Great 7 mil. North of Stark on Hwy 16 $9000. Zoned Ret/mobile horn. 3'/ unless credit It already establishedwith RCA color console $240/mo. One block from
T.V. used
for patching and miles west of Stark. toys, stuffed animals, library. 473-7417. tfnchg
r.polr TELEGRAPH. toward prlton. Barn on West tide, of on beautiful this office.MONITOR .
135 W. Call St. 9646305. road by split level horn under pecan Sampson lake ((2000 + acres) Excellent STAFF CANNOT BE HELD POOL 473-7030.1tpd TABLE 11/19 LARGE 2.. '''' bath, Florida room Im-
ALICIA HAY n.w hay $25. D.llv.ry grove. Delivery available. Arthur fishing skiing and boating. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Brunswick regulation maculate. On Lake Geneva. Stove end
s'.ie! used for occasional residential
avallabl. All hay In barn 7 miles W..t Gatklnt, 7823727. 10/22 TF 904-964-7733 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER refrigerator furnished. Laundry
of Stark. on Rd. 16, Jimmy Gasklns. WHOLESALE TRAMPOLINES LOWEST eve-533.2038 Owner/broker 8/13tmchg THE TELEPHONE. use only. Excellent condition. Balls Rsticks facilities. 473.2919.6tchg 11/5-12/10
964.8356. 8/27 TFchg PRICE EVER I 11 I On. month only, 14 ft. Classified deadline Is 11:00 a.m. priorto Included. 473-7776. Itchg 11/19 FOR RENT 2BR, 2BA horn In town.
GAS STOVE 36 Inch $75. Phon. galvanized $259.95. Christmas LAND FOR SALE Thursday publication. TORO RIDING LAWN TRACTOR 11.32 Fenced yard. $400 month. 1 yr. leas. I

964.5684.9/24 TF Layaway. $25 hold.'til Christmas. Coll Minimum charge 15 word.for$3.50 hp, catcher large utility cart 473-2702.4tchg 11/19.11/26
LIMEROCK FILL SANDi, hauled and now. Jax 17783227. 10/22 9tpd 12/17 then 15 cents for each word thereafter almost excellent FOR RENT 2BR furnished or unfurnished
spr.od. 762-3172 AlUn Taylor SEVERAL ITEMS 14"Craftsman chalnsaw 13 ACRES ((4% acres cleared rest In $1150. Coll new Chris, condition. C/B house on Lake Geneva. Cen.
lowt.y. 9/24 TF $125 OBO; shotgun 12 go. Remington good timber)! 2 BR mobile ham u..d 11/19 473-1996. 11/S3tchg tral H/A, den, screened In porch, kitchen -
ALICIA HAY Fresh cut $25 a roll. All Semi-Auto tyn. stock, $250 OBO or at a rental at entrance of property. CONTEMPORARY SOFA B LOVESCATl appliances furnished. Call
hay und.r born 7 mil.from Stark Several moneymaking trees 473-3153 or 475.3280. 4tchg
on will consider partial trade for single pecan PERSONAL SERVICES pink/blue pastel colors, $300 set.
Hwy. 16 toward around mobll horn. 11/19-12/10
prison. 964.6167 or thot. $350 OBO. Movie camera 8 prol., $28,000, You Wicker coffee table w/glatt top $70.
782.3727.6/4tfn super 8mm pro). also shows rag. Finance Call for appt. 964.6305 days or Call 475.1497 after 5 11/19 2tchg
riRIWOODt $45 for long wheelbai. 8mm $75 OBO. Will consider trade on 964.6493 offer 6 p.m. TFjo PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile 11/26 p.m. MOBILE HOMES FOR SALENO
truck load with lr.. fat lighter. any Item listed. 964.6604 after 5 p.m. LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964.5764; after homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Freeestimates.
9644238. 10/29 TF weekends 5. call 964-3251. 3/07 tfn Call Rob 4733590. 3/5
anytime. ia.lLL:! _
WOOD HEATER with chimney can b. used 44 ACRES with 2 BR house or will divide tfnchg YARD SALES MONEY DOWN If you pay all close
In mobile home or hou... $250. YARD SALES Into 10 acre or mar tracts 964.7771 or LAWN MOWING Trimming, edging. Ing costs. Owner will' finance and
9644238. 10/29 TF 964.4537.5/14 TFchg Call The Lawn Barber. 4733590. Free YARD SALE Nov. 20* 21, mower, rota- payments are negotiable 20 acres
CHRISTMAS SUNBEDS. SUNAL-WOLFF MOBILE HOME LOTS one acre and up. Estimates 3/5 tfnchg tiller, 9" TV 4 misc. Items 621 Orange w/moblle and addition In Keystone.
SUNBEDSi For family or builn.!*. FOUR FAMILIES Saturday 9 til. Two Several locations Sam with hook. CARPET CLEANING C B Carpet < Ave. Itpd 11/19 Call anytime 473-2912. 4tchg
SlenderQueit Toning Tablet. Sup.r blocks North of Bakery on ups, all with EZ terms. Ralph Bryan Upholstery, truck mounted deep YARD SALE furniture and misc.6644 CR 11/19.12/10
Moneymaker. Call for FREE color Westmoreland. 10/29 TF Realty 964.6208.9/24 TF steam extraction 4737770. Fr. 214 by Gizmo. 473-2942. Sat. 9 am.3 3BR 2BA $139/mo. UncleRoy't
catalogue > Christmas Special. SATURDAY NOV. 21 next to Pizza Hut. estimates. 115.1231RESPONSIBLE p.m. Itpd 11/19 Mobil Hornet, Ocala, _
18002286292. Icon 87461. Furniture, dishes, bedspreads, clothes, PERSONAL SERVICESWANT TEENAGER will babysit, 3FAMILY YARD SALE double umbrella TAKE 904.351.5514.2tchg 11/19.11/26
SIGNS I Llght.d blackboard special toys, more ll/122tpd 11/19 houseclean do errands, yard work, .stroller children's clothes, etc. 7780 OVER PAYMENTS Owner mutt
$1491 Lighted window sign $119. SATURDAY ONLY 4 families, linens, TO DRINK and mile. fobs. After school and East SR 100. Logass.'.. Sat.. Nov. 21.9 Mobil ell. 3BR. 2BA $149/mo. Uncle Roy't
A-fram. sidewalk sign $149. Programmable housewares, family clothing and much THAT'S YOURIUSINESS weekendi. Call 4733334. Itchg 11/19 a.m. until A Itpd 11/19 Hornet, Ocala, 904.351.8514.
LED sign $3991 Flashing arrow more. Just South of Textile Town. Itpd GARAGE SALE Thurs., Fri., B Sal Fur. 2tchg
sign $299. S.. locally 1.8004230163anytime 11/19 WANT TO STOP'THAT'S HOME IMPROVEMENT repairs, oddtlont !- nltture, plant., stawberry plants, HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL 26X68, Hornet
fcan 87.459 RUMMAGE SALE Stork. Bowling lanes, Alcoholics OURS or complete building. 30 years clothes, drapes, misc., gas stove IL of Merit $279/mo. Free DelIvery Uncle .
TORO RIDING LAWN TRACTOR 11.32 Saturday Nov. 21, 9.2 p.m. Used bowl. AnonymousM44150M42000 experience serving Bradford and Clay oven C-18 off SR 100 to Crystal Lake. Roy't Mobil Homes, Ocala,
hp gratt catcher large utility cart Ing league association. Itchg 11/19 thru 12/31 Counties. 473.4018.5/28 tfn Follow signs.' 4732341. Itpd 11/19 $0 904.351.8514.2tchg.11/19.11/26
almost n.w. Excellent condition. HUGE YARD SALE Infants, chlldrnt SAGGING Door Dragging? 100X financing.
CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed Freeettimates. House out of level?? LaRu THREE FAMILY SALE Free credit check by phones Unci.Roy' .
$1150. Chris, 4751996. 11/5 3tchg clothes, Christmas decoration., much Leveling Saturday 21,
11/19 more. 5 miles North of Keystone. Corner Handy-Man Fence Co.Owner service for all your foundation repairs, 9 til. Toys, clothes, misc. Items. Mobil Ham... Ocala
EXERCISE BICYCLE Saart d.lux..rgom.t.r. of 1008 18. Itpd 11/19 Tommy Reddish. 964.8559 Hn 473.7721.719 tfnchg Located Immokalee Road directly In 904.351.8514.2tchg. 11/19.11/26
weighted' flywheel 20% OFF ON ALL ceramics color TV HANDYMAN carpentry painting electrical COMPLETE HOME REPAIR carpentry front of YMCA Camp. Look for signs. REPOS Easy assumption with little or no
complete home repair. painting, electrical Itchg 1119WORKSHOP money down. Doubles and singlet. Uncle
odometer calorl.s-burn.d chart Ilk. motor bike, work bench and tools. '
n.w. Orlg. $24'. now $125. 782.3660. 50% OFF ON ALL new tools, canned Reasonable rot... Licensed contractor Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor CLEAN OUT SALE Sat. A Roy Mobil Homes, Ocala,
RB0049306 Call Mitch. 4733940. l/9tn RB0049306. Call Mitch 4733940. 8/20 Sun., Nov. 21-22 from 9.5 904.351.8514.2tchg 11/19-11/26
Him| food appliances, dishes, pots A pant, COMPLETE HOME p.m. SR 100E.
GLASS DOORS six foot sliding doors, clothing shoes, misc. Friday afternoon : carpentry TFchg First driveway past 219. Bring your '
$75.964.7972. Itpd 11/19 and all day Saturday and Sunday. painting Reasonable rates.electrical Licensed, plumbing.contractor pickup and ca.h. Itpd 11/19 HOMES FOR SALE
CENTRAL HEATING FURNACE: gas, Trading Post Flea Market, North of
RB0049306 Mitch 473.3940.8/20
100,000 btu Died, works well. $150. Waldo. B Building. Cash and carry DO YOU NEED TO WORK but TFchg can'tbecause MISCELLANEOUSPACK HOME FOR SALE 3BR 2BA, CHI A, wall-
9645842. Itpd 11/19 Itchg 11/19 of of child ? LAND FOR SALE wall carpet. Five yrt. old. Large
high cost I
BALDWIN ORGAN Interlude Console, HUGE YARD SALE Infants, chlldrent that care amChristian RAT Buy sell and trade collect-! workshop sprinkler tyttem, 12>X2I'
double keyboard with built In rhythmt. clothes, Christmas decorations, much Call 7823462.woman 9/10 TF wants to help. ble items and antiques. Used furniture, glassed porch. 473-2971. By" owner.
Complete with music books and bench. more. 8 miles South of Starke. Corner LAWN SERVICE: Residential A glassware, jewelry and much more. BEAUTIFUL ONE ACRE LOT In Bedford 2tpd 11/12-11/19
Asking $2,500. 4311541. 11/19 2tpd 100 A 18. Itpd 11/19 landscaping, tree removal commercial lawns Com see for yourself. One mile east Oaks. Cleared ready for mobile horn
11/26 THURSDAY B FRIDAY 9 til. Maple hutch vacuumed. No lob too small. of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. or great building site. 6000. Watson
PIANO FOR SALE Wonted-responsible dressers, end tablet, dishes, toys, Free estimates. 9644238.big 11/5 or TF 473.2183.3/5 tfnchg Realty 272.2400 or eves 473-7507.
party to take over low monthly sewing machine, everything goes. 301 WILL BABYSIT In home Mon-Fri, hot 11/1921chg 1126DUPLEX Commercial
payments on spinet piano. Can b.teen S Clark St., behind Centel Phone Co. my
lunches, snacks, large play yard and PETS
ocally. Call 813.489.1522 or writ. Itchg 11/19 '
learning Have references.Call .
Credit Dept., Box 8S47 Ft. Myers, Fla. SATURDAY: Hwy 100 4 miles off US 301, program. Buildingin
33908. 11/19 3tpd 12/3 baby Item and more. Itchg 11/19 Shawna 9644755. 11/12 3tpd REGISTERED. ARAB FILLY 2 yrt. bay
ANTIQUE FURNITURE chest of drawers, LAWTEY 4-H YARD SALE: 3 mile North 11/26 easy keeper very g.nll.! will hold until FOR RENT I Starke
dressers, chlfforobe, several other of Stark., US 301 at Thonl's. Something Christmas $200. 4739098"or
Items. 5332433. Itpd 11/19 for everyone. Saturday only 9.4 p.m. by New A and craft used, machines Baby-Lock, all type Sergers hob, 4732183. Itchg 11/19 Duplex on Lake Brooklyn, 1725 sq. ft.
CHRISTMAS TREES, Choose and live Itchg 11/19 .
cut Dressmaker SeamMastert S 3/2 downstairs, $ O/month.
mar 36000.00
Ira 2,000 shaped pine and cedar
Corner Morgan Rd. S Hwy. 16, behind 2/1 upstairs $250/mo. or
'1-10 E to Hwy 125 exit at Glen St. Frl S Sat.. Nov. 2021. Itchg 11/19
Handy-Way. 9648733. 11/12 TF 964-8629
Go 12 mil. SATURDAY, NOV. 21: 1316 W. MadisonSt. purchase for $98,000.
Mary's. North on Hwy 125. MOTHER OF TWO will care for your childIn 1914 NISSAN KING CAB PICKUP AC PS
Watch for tlgns. 2597703. 11/26 4tpd ., Itpd 11/19 home. Weekdays 7 to 7 A 5 speed. Own.r must sacrifice. Takeover Itche It/I.
12/17 YARD SALE Nov. 21, 315 N. Myrtle St.,$35 per week meals a.m.Included. payments of $167/mo. 473-4011 after 6:30 pm
QUEEN BED AND FRAME 9644324. "Itpd Starke. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. firm. Clothing Have references. Call Kim at 9644828. work (ask for Barry) or 473.7901 473-7653 473-4316
11/19 and household items. Itpd 11/19 Itpd 11/19 home. Itchg 1119MMMMMMMt
YARD SALE Saturday 9 til 2 p.m. Lots of Keystone Hgts .
LARGE STEWART PECANS, $.90 per clothes and 710 MacMohon St. NEED SOMEONE TO CLEAN your place of
9645760. 11/19 business?? We do quality work at '
pound. Itpd Itpd 11/19 esMMt MMMMM. 475-2272 G'Ville 87 Cavalier C-L $9950.
SEVERAL'ITEMS loveseatanil sofa reasonable rates Call Alan Jean
; 407 W. CENTER ST. Tools, or
antiques.mite 282-1300 Jax'7'
_fl'xti.tUlt1f.Jt.C!Iler: deliver);.'CY kr.llf..tgal. -. Saturday 9.4 p.m. Itpd 11/19 9644924. Itpd 11/19 FREE Nov. Rentwcoupon I.. Payments mo
08 boxj.9)4.68811. i
( : or
Itpd 87 CavaUer CS $8550.
YARD SALE 104 W. Brownlee St., Thurs. i
964.4088 after 5 11/19 11/26
and Frl.. Nov. 1920. Stereo albums, p.m. 2tchg \7' Payments $195. mo

adding machine, dishes, pots and "If. Eligible" = '87 Cavalier CS $7350.
Classified Ads pant, linens and curiot. Itpd 11/19 e New Apartment .
FRIDAY ONLY: 8:30 a,m. to I p.m. 634 N. Rr nl Cn RBAL RS Payments $167. mo
Results r from $220
Get Cherry St. Little bit of everything. Itchg per month = '86 Cavalier CS $6996.
11/19 I NEWLY CONSTRUCTED Keystone VillageApartments $159
Payments mo
STARKE HOUSING CENTERBig 3BR/2BA, CH/A. Fireplace, garage. P Located In Keystone Club Estates = '87 Chevy Berretta $10.6SO

paved driveway. Forest Heights Call BANKREPOS Payments $242. mo
selection of reconditioned repo mobile homes. Subdivision,Starke FL on SR 16 : = '87 Olds Delta 88 $12.550

No home Is over $500. down. Including delivery west. Will(912)681-4516 accept 1 reasonable offer ,: Sorry.473-3682 No Pets [@r] Payments $285. mo

set-up all closing costs and home owners & '87 Olds Clera Brougham

insurance. NO HIDDEN CHARGES Payments$271. mo $11.96O

This Weeks Special Lawson Paint & Body Shop 1985 Chadwick I '87 Olds Cutlass wagon

Mobile Home Payments $226. mo $998O.

3Br/2Ba D/W $500. down $198 per month Insurance Collision WorkFree Estimates Excellent Condition '87 Olds Toronado

'85 3BR S/W $500 down, $162. per month Payments $339. mo $14.050
CR 229 NW 28th St. 964.6133 -1985 Redmon '87 Olds Cierra $10.488

Located 1 mile S. of Starke on US 301 964 -4 1 74 "N Doublewlde Payments $238. mo

'86 Buick Skylark C $84SO.
Mobile Home
Payments $192. mo


'86 Chevy C-10 SllveradoIW.

700 Bradford Court in Starke PINE FOREST APARTMENTS 1984 Brigadier PL.V-8.AT.AI r $9900.

.2 and 3 BR Apt.. Now Available Payments $230 mo
Available for immediate OccupancyOne 2 BR from $1B0-$274 pins utilities. 3 BR from $200-$302 Mobile Home '87 Chevy C-20 Beauvllle .

Central heat/air and appliance urnUhed
and Two Bedroom Apartments 1530 West Madison St. or call 944-4312 Excellent Condition ('Payments $370. mo $18.950
I 85 Chevy S-10 Tahoe
NOW RENTING Monday-Friday. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Equal Housing Opportunity Financing Available Payments $225. mo $75OO.
For Qualified Applicants
.Wai te Wes]eersetlna.Centre)heat C"* .All Bids Considered V-a. AC AT.PW. PI... $9450.
AppUnees todudng frestrre refrlgereterCenvenlentfy
....-_fer 4e TV end.... If Interested Call Payments $258. mo
Ipsde.assigned trtts fet tumrifcuppsilCeki 3 additional trucks
....._lemsry.Privet, *peHeiOuUMt FOR SALE 964-7050
stereae sernpertmenUIpedeia ,I2 ORGAN WElLSChe'9Y
.... \.
.ea ; ; Fill Dirt Top Soil Ext. 233For Olds

FROM ONLY $220. PUlGuranwa Eh. Appointment To See HWY. 301 N. Stark

Rental Information available at Large or Small Loads of Limeroclc 984 7600
Rental Office or call:(904) -- ,

964-6216 Mon-frl 9-5PM Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer .


, 964.6182.964.5823.964.6095 Durrance Pump & Supply
301 North 864 N. Temple Av.. Stark

I 11111 11 LI -N. wHotne* ..WindowsIxPEIlACRE r *Pumps Plumbing *WeIIDriliing-im'u.s.
Room Addition .
: I ,
Carports .Now Raof S7Neme ry V

JON i ALL OF :VOURl .Cut Brick or Pool Enclosure* '. 964-7061 ? I

Work Vlnjl Sldlnj .
964-6766 FOR RENT bv the night week or month R
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of North Florida IiJ_I.. I. I, Cycle Repair Parts Accessories
-3 ._ t
Corner Lafayette & Hwy. 301, Starke "* in-""?'11m.' u...... ': _, US 301 N. Starke 964-5805

964.6766----j I St. Llc.# RR0052877

Sport fairings KIWI helmets

_____ ________ "V 11---;' -L cO"i. $45.50 full face air vents

Elixson Wood Products Inc. .,; Chain Lube $59.50 OPEN:TUE8-SAT.

Cypress Mulch and Pine BarkYou $2.50 Carlisle TIRES 13 YRS. EXPERIENCE

130-90-16 $59.95 Cylinder Boring

Pick-up or We Deliver i. Face Shields Continental Tires $20.00

We Also Have 2.50 130-90-17 ATV & 4 Wheeler
$59.95& 69.95

Red Heart Cypress Lumber Walnut Street ;T c o I OU Filters I repairs

acrott from poet office-Starke 1' O O 61.99 ii Anse T1. Doeme $18.50 .. Tune-Ups

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17554040. North Florida Real Estot.Coll.g.
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and .. 7/30tfn In writing and paid In advance OFFICI AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
dry wooded lolt. Mobil horn, cabin SEWERSi Women's apparel sewing face unless' credit Is already established Locat.d In Union County Tim.
camping O.K. Hunting and Ilihlng. Experienced needed with this off ic.. building. Call for Information >
operators .
$5.450 w/ISO dn., $63.71 monthly. tory. THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 496-2261. tfn. ..
also mechanic. GVL Fashions
((904)) 236-4579 day ((904)) 622-2438 Gainesville. 3357366. 10/22 TF RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN ONE HALF CITY BLOCK Appro*. 14' ig.ft. __ ___
.v... 2/12 tfnANIMALS HAIRSTYLIST NEEDED and CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER office building. Paved parking. Good location. Own.r will finance. Call Jamme
& PETS following preferred.n..d.d 964-6777.10/22 by national com TFR.N.L.P.N.'s Classified deadline Is TUESDAY. 962952. 10/294tchg. 11/19

pony to do blood draws and BP checks NOON prior to Thursday publication.
FOR SALE In Stork. area. Starting In D.c.mb.r. Minimum charge 15 words for 350. INSURANCEMAINES $
Top pay for qualified people. Call then 15 cents for.ach word thereafter. 25Hn'A Jammes
HORSES FOR SAlEl Reasonable, would 1-800-824-2130. 11/12 3tchg 11/26 INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E. If Basic
make nice Xmas gift for your kid.. RN/LPN/MAt Perform mobile Insurance Main Str..t, Lok. Butler. 4963978.
Call 533-2312 or 964-7534 or 964-7883 exams In Starke area. Must be experienced FOR SALE Complete Insurance S.rvlc.10 tin L. Jammes.
or 9648046. 11/19 4tpd 12/10 In phlebotomy. We furnishequipment. and Marelanna T.
GUINEA PIG brown with whit. ring on
Good pay part-time, flexible HELP WANTED
nck. Complete with cog. $20 poodU, hour. 1.396.5880.11/12 21pd 11/19 STORAGE HOUSES Need exlro storage Butler, has
apricot born 6/20/87 $200.: 9645681. space? W. have 5x10 and 10x10 mini Air Force Basic
11/19 2tchg 11/26 STARKE-BRADFORD COUNTY CHAMIER warehouses. Hole and Associates CAREER OPPORTUNITY for sewing Air Force
BULLDOG PUPPIES fared for large size; OF COMMERCE Is now taking application 496.3939.ttnchrg.8/27 machine op.rafors.Off.r 2 wks paid (
10 wks, 2 female' for$75: on.f.mal. for an Executive Director. Please ZENITH COLOR CONSOLE TV 2." Pay vocation. Insurance plan 3 paid ) weeks of training
for$35.Call 485.I 564, 11/19 2tpd 11/26 submit resume with oil particulars to balanc. of $279.18 or take overpayments holidays and profit sharing. ( ) the Air Force
Exec. Director P.O. Box 460, Starke, Fl of $23.12 monthly. Call helpful but not neceliary. We will and customs
BOATS 32091. D.adlln. Nov. 30 1987. 11/19 496-2282. 10/29 4t/chg. 11/19 train. Apply In person. Lak. Butlr Apparel training in
2tchg 11/26 T-100 HAMMOND ORGAN Double '. tfn-8/13 In addition,
LIVE IN WITH ELDERLY Must be able to keyboard foot petals, rhythm bor and SALES HELP WANTED Truck tire and Ban. basic training
STUMFKNOCKER lit 1980 mod! boat drive, d.p.ndabl., non-smoker. Room many extras Excellent condition.$875. dog retread sales positions. an associate
with 1981 M.rcury 9.8 hp motor and board plus small salary. Give or any rasonabl off.r. Call 496-2829 Warehouses and plants In Ocala and community college -
galvanized trailer lec. trolling motor references, t.l.phon. number salary or 4962600. tfn/chg. 11/5 Jacksonville. TransWorld Tire of the Air Force.
and batt.ry.$900. 431-1541. 11/192tpd requirements above housing REFRIGERATOR. WASHER B STOVE Call 3052957063. 10/29''Ipd.ll/19
11/26 allowanc. Eld.rly Care. P.O. 496-2090. 11/12 2lchg. 11/19 FEDERAL. STATE 1 CIVIL SERVICE JOBS Airman Jammes is a 1987
IORUM JET BOAT 18 ft., 460 C.I. Ford Drawer A, Starke, Fla. 32091. 11/19 TF CAMPER TOP Fits long bed truck. $50.. $14,707 to $68. 819/year. now hiring! graduate of Union County High
engine with chrom. "good I..", drlv. JOIN HUTCHESONS' WHOLESALE CLUB after 5 p.m. 4311269. Itpd. 11/19 CALL JOB LINE 1(518)459-3611( ) ext. School.
on trailer. Extra thorp. It. Ov.r 2500 fully guaranteed products at I'.10'HANDY HOUSE UTILITY SHED You F344B for Information/24 hour. 11/12
blu/mtalflok. MUST SELL. REDUCEDTO truly wholesale prices! 9644924. Itpd met,.. Wired and lights with A/C. On. 2tpd. 11/19
$4,200: --Mak. offer I 7823660. TFm| 11/19 y.or old. Cost n.w $80O will sell for TEXAS REFINERY CORP. needs mature
EARN EXTRA MONEY full or part time. $500 or best offer. Also used window person now In Union County ar.a. APARTMENTSNow
Incom. Builders. 964-5920 after S p.m. A/C units, refrigerators and fr..E.... Regardless of experience writ: A.B. LAKE BUTLER
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 11/19 2tpd 11/26 11/26 Hopkins Box 711. Fort Worth Tx.
RENTLEASESALETWO RN's, LPN'st full/part time, permonment 76101 Itchg. 11/19 taking applications for 123.4 bedroom units. These all-
shift RN Specialist provide crisis Intervention
and clinical supervision to a LAND FOR SALE electric units are spacious with lots of closet space and all have

COMMERCIAL IUILDINGS for psychiatric unit. Requires three years FOR RENT wall-to-wall carpeting, draperies and kitchen appliances. Onsite .

leat. 1000 iq. it. S 125O sq.ft. Hwy. R.N. experience. Salary rang.$829.92.l,358.58 1-3-5 ACRE LOTS OR LARGER New River laundry facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified
301 South 964.88/8.173.3627.10/15 TF biweekly plus shift Plantation on SR-100, also lots on SRIB OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
CORNER BUILDING and/or restaurant differential. Graduate nurses con near Worthington Springs. Low down located In Union County Times' Building applicants. For and Information
equipment for leai. Will tell equipment sid.r.d. Contact Merriet Higgins, payment own.r financing. Hal. and at ISO West Main. Call .496-2261 lor application
leperolely.Across from Santa F. NEFSH Maccl.nny 32063. Associates 496.3939 tfnchrg 1112CARSTRUCKS I more information tfn Please see us at Gt:
Community College. Best restaurant 904-259-6211, .xt. 114. 11/19 Ztchcj CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely furnished 1005 SW 6th Street

location In town. 961.7188.8/6 tfnchg 11/26 all electric central heat and Lake Butler, FL 32054 .......tpv.M:.
FOR LEASEt 1.000 sq. ft.,301 South next air private paved road laundry and
FOUR MATURE LADIES for t.mporary Or Call 4963141Formerly o.-t....... .
to United Realty 964-8848 964-8447 park playground Near schools, hasp
or eves, 473.3621.4/16' tfnchg telephone sales. Being well known In state facilities, PINES SR-12t, east Lake
OFFICI SPACE FOR RENT Ideal for small community helpful, but not necessary. 1913: CADILLAC Four-door Coup. Butler.' Call 4962366. Two childrenmax.
business, utilities furnished. Convenient You can earn ever $120 p.r week for Deville. On. own.r. Executive car. ., and no pets chg/tfn 5/21
to courthouse. B8O N. T.mpl.Av. just 20 hours of your time. Also two $7,500. Call F&D Bank at 496-2101. BUSINESS OR OFFICE SPACI available on
... 9647357. 11/5 4tchg 11/26 messengers with smell late model car "'/chg. 11/19 Main Street In Lake Butler next door to
or pickup and knowledge of local callIng Aventureland Video Call 496 0077
area for light d.llv.ry. Gas fur tfn.8/6
s 964-3000 or 964-3001 from 9 e.m.-l Ideal for small family, large yard. $175
CHIHUAHUA Reddish p.m. and 5-9 p.m. Closed from Saturday per month. 4962842. tfn/chg. 10/8 301Market
brown last seen at Ernest Allen's 1 p.m. until S p.m. Monday. 11/19 TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT furnnhed.
Reasonable rates. Call for fr.
horn on Crlifls Loop. .'.0.. r.turn. 2tchg 11/26 ..IImot..496.3587. 11/12 4lpd. 12/3 $170 a month plus $100 deposit Call
Either drop back off at this horn on DENTAL ASSISTANT for establishedStarke 496-0077 tfn/chg. 11/5
Grlffls Loop or call and I will com pick practice. Short work w..k, TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME. Furnished .
desires work of kind. Call
up. 964-63O5 or 964-6493 no questions benefits. Salary based on ability and 496-367".11119 21pd.any 11/26 very quiet neighborhood. .In town.
oskd. 11/1931 12/3 experience. 964-7501. 11/19 Ztchg Call "496-3760 before 3 P.M. Itchg.
LOST-SCOTTISH TERRIER) Pratt St. or.a. 11/26 11/19
R.ward. 9647972. Itpd 11/19 CLERK/CASHIER) experience needed. SEPTIC TANK SERVICE ....
Full time position. Apply at Pep-O. 620S. CO'S CHECK US OUT! Clean rental
Walnut St. 11/l92tchg 11/26 BRINCE JONES homes tailored to your pay schedule.
Private and playground.PINES
TANK SERVICE Septic tanks, drain park laundry
part-time. Whispering Pin. Car.C.nt.r. SRI2I, south of SRI00 I In
fields, lift stations. "light poles and |lust
9646220. Itchg 11/19 wells. ( Deal Call 275.2268 Lake Butler Call 496-2366. tfn/chg.
doublewides. Call 182.3003.8/20 TFchg 14.707 to $66.819 yearly. Now hiring. 215.2191.9/3 13tpd. 11/26 10/22 Normans
TRUCK TIRI* BANDAG RETREAD SALESi Coll JOB LINE 1-518-459-3611 I Ext. F3377 Worehouie and plants In for Info. 24 hr. 11/l93tchg 12/10
j Ocala and Jacksonville. Trans-World TRUCK OWNERS Frederick Transport NOW LEASING U.S. 301 South .
Tire, 3052957063. 10/294tchg 11/19 US Inc., Duncan SC. Is hiring 1980 and
GENERAL FREIGHT HAULING Commercial n.w.r trucks to run van or machinery. Forest Park
Transport needs owner/operators. All miles paid loaded A empty. Permits Apartments
If you need training we will train you. .
base Insurance
paid plate plans '
You will operate your own tractor. If avail. Driver needs 2 yrs. over the road Attractive 1 &2 BR/1 B Apts., range,
you don't hove on., Commercial recent and verifiable. Please call for
cent heat & air
Transport oilers a purcha. program details 18003348297.( Itpd 11/19 refrigerator, carpet, ,
that we think Is on. of the best In the EASY WORKI Excellent Pay! Assemble patio and laundry. Rents from $180. !
Industry. If you or.21 or ov.r and think r
products at home.Call lor Information.
you may qualify call for a complete Information 504-641-8003, .xt. A-9579. 11/19 4tpd $220. min. 775 NE 1st St. Lake Butler
package. Call weekdays. 12/10 For information/application: i
toll fr... 1-800-348-2147. ask for
Op.rator 97. Commercial Transport It Forest Park Apartments
a division of northAmerican Van Lines, 775 NE 1st Street is Selling
a Norfolk South.rn Corporation subsidiary
fcan 87-462 ((904)496-3439) E.H.O.

LOSS UP TO 35 IBS/MONTH Experimental
weight loss program needs obesesubjects.
, M.dical breakthrough. FDA
,: acc.pted. Personal support.Call for In- ALL
formation. ((303)) 444-0916. fcan 87.458
I iverviewEstates
experienced layout artist. Nationally
known organization, excellent
benefits, salary and career opportunity. ....,.
S.nd resume 202-P P.O. Bo* GroceryInventory
\ 1899. Inverness, Fl 32650. fcan 87.460

HOUSEKEEPERWant.dCompelent LIVE-IN parson :

to "live In and take care of ,

nice horn In Sforke or.a. Prices Start AT $15,000 With Parcel

I DutIes Include hovtekeepl'ng i

I and care of 12 year old' son. AtUpTo
Pleat' tend InquirIes to: P.O. Sizes From 1.5 to 7 Acres

to* J, Hampton Fla. 32044. ,

FOR SALE Low 10% Owner Prices. Financing with Low Down Payment and 20 50OFFShop !I

BY OWNER year term.Homeowners. I

Extra neat 3'BK, 2 Bath Association and common areas. I
masonry horn with II I

heatllator fireplace' and many Restricted Doublewide Mobile Homes and Homes

extras.. Convenient to school'
and stores 315 N. Myrtle' St. Located on CR 225 Graham U

Call 964-7682 for appointmentto Homesltes Include: Riverfront; Pasture; Woods;
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Survivors Include her husband, Calvary Baptist Church in Starke. Conway, S.C., for all their prayers for all those .
Mr. George SzmycukyMr. Card of comforting acts.A
Arthur J. Olsen of Lake Geneva; Survivors include his wife, Linnie .and thoughtfulness. Thankjs.The
GeorgeSzmycuky, 55, of brother, George Coughlin of Berkley B. Wallace: son, Daniel Wallace of kindness and sympathy of special thanks to Coach Jimmy and
Hampton, died Saturday Nov. 14 In Hta. N.J. three sisters Veronica City Nathan "Her Haynes Elizabeth Jones,
; Panama ; brother children arise up and call neighbors and friends In our recent Sheriff Whitehead and staff.
Putnam Community Hospital in DeLozier of Union City. N.J'J Clare Wallace of DeFunlak Springs; three her blessed; her husband also and he sorrow will always remain with us Jerry of
Palatka.Mr. Rovetto of Bergenfleld, N...., and sisters, Ella Mae Watson and lola praiaeth her." Proverbs 31:28 as a precious memory.Our The family
Szmycuky leaves many good, Joan Coughlin of Philadelphia, Pa. Johnson, both of DeFuniak Springsand The family Alma C.Baldree sIr)cPre: thanks and gratitude Clarence Brown_
friends, including Bertha Rhoden of Evening services will be held Ellen Martin of Florala, Ala.;
Hampton, and several others in Thursday Nov. 19 at 7 p.m. at St. and three grandchildren. ...
Hampton and Grandin. Williams Catholic Church with Fr. Graveside funeral services will be
A memorial funeral will be held Tom Gordon officiating. Funeral held Thursday at 11 a.m. in Dekle
Saturday, Nov. 21 at 10 a.m., at mass will be held at 9:30: a.m.on Friday Cemetery with Bro. Michael Stone KEYSTONE
Johnson Outreach Funeral Home in Nov. 20. Burial will be In officiating. Arrangements are being
Interlachen.Mr. Keystone Heights Cemetery under handled by Archer Funeral Home of
the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof Lake Butler.
Henry Hall, Sr. Mrs. Nita H. Jones

Mr. Henry Q. HaUl Sr. 67 of Mrs. Nora ThomasMrs. Mrs. Nita Hurst Jones, 81, of Lake
Keystone Heights, died WednesdayNov Nora Crawford Thomas, 68, City,died Sunday,Nov.8 at the Lake CLINIC
11 in Alachua General Hospitalof of Orlando,died Saturday,Nov. 14 In Shore Hospital.A .
Gainesville, following a brief Il A.M.I. Medical Center of Orlando native of Union County, Mrs. .
lness. following an extended illness. Jones was the daughter of the late AUTO ACCIDENTS
Born Mar. 7, 1920 in Belmont, Born July 2, 1919, in Lake Butler, Matthew and Emily Vining Hurst. HEADACHES
N.C.,Mr. Hall moved to Keystone in Mrs. Thomas moved to Orlando ten She resided in Union County until '
1935 from Belmont, N.C. He was a years ago. She attended Primitive marrying the late Rufus A. Jones on NECK& ARM PAIN
Presbyterian, a retired electrical Baptist Church and was a April 2, 1925,after which they movedto MIDBACK PAIN
maintenance supervisor with E.I. homemaker. Columbia County. NUMBNESS & TINGLING
duPont, an Army Veteran of World Survivors Include one daughter, Survivors include daughter, LOW BACK PAIN
War II (receiving a Purple Heart Mrs. Martha Joan Johnson of Silver Josephine J. Brewin of Lake City;
and a Silver Star), and a member Springs; sisters, Mrs. Maggie sister Arvle H. Greene of Jackson- LEG PAIN
and Past Master of Melrose Lodge Stilwell of Orlando and Mrs. Annie ville; two grandsons, Robert R. and WORK & SPORTS INJURIES O
89, F & AM. Farmer of Lakeland; four grand- Thomas H. Brewin both of Lake Ci-
Survivors include his wife,Maxine children and eight great- ty; and three great-grandsons.
Surrency Hall; daughter, Reba grandchildren. Funeral; services were conductedNov. MON.-WED. a F"1. y
McKee of East Camden, Ark.; two Funeral services were held Monday 10 in the Chapel of Sherrill- 1:30AM110M
sons, Henry Q. Hall, Jr., of Nov. 16 in DeWitt C. Jones Guerry Funeral Home with the Rev. TUBS.THURS. LOUNETTE
Douglassville, Ga. and J. Mac Hall Chapel in Starke with Mr. David Don Dalton; pastor of Bethel United joAM-1PM RICHARDSON DC PA
of Tallahassee; step-son Trace Im- Crawford officiating. Burial was in Methodist Church, officiating. MOST INSURANCE ACCIPTIO
ler of LaCrosse; two brothers, PriceB. Mt. Zion Cemetery, Lake Butler Burial will follow in Bethel
Hall, Jr. of New York City and under the direction of Jones FuneralHome Cemetery. Sherrill-Guerry Funeral OUR BUSINESS orna SIMPLIFIES you'INSURANCE PAPERWORK'
John R. Hall of Keystone Heights; of Starke. Home of Lake City was in charge of AND ALLOWS US TO OR TREAT NO COST YOUR TO YOU CONDITION AT lime
and six grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Saturday Mrs. Grace P. Bland 34 HOURS CAlL

Nov. 14 in DeWitt C. Jones Mrs. Grace P. Bland, 78, of I 473.36041 473.2865Fleetwood
Chapel with Rev. Leamon Ward of LaCrosse, died Saturday, Nov. 14 at Card of Thanks L KlYSiONlNOTB.FL
ficiating. Masonic Rites and burial the Oak View Care Center in May we take this opportunity to
was in Keystone Cemetery under the Williston following an extended illness. express our sincere thanks and
direction of Jones Funeral Home of gratitude for the tremendous outpouring

Keystone.Mr. Born in Mariett, Ohio Mrs. Bland of love through cards, p
came to LaCrosse 12 years ago from flowers, food and visits to our family .
David (Geech) JamesMr. Ft. Lauderdale. She was a during the recent loss of our beloved
David (Geech) James died homemaker and a Baptist. mother and wife, Alma C. Ricks
Nov. 12 at Shands Teaching Hospitalin Survivors include her husband, Baldree.
Gainesville where he had been a Alfred; daughter, Peggy Dean Whereas words can never expressour
patient for a short time. Oughton of Ft. Lauderdale; sister, deep sorrow these expressionshave
Born April 2, 1919 in Kingstree, Audrey Jacobs of Live Oak. lessened the burden of pain.
S.C., Mr. James was a lifelong resident Graveside funeral services will be Our special thanks to Jones Funeral 28' x 52' Doublewide
of Lawtey. He retired from the held Friday, Nov. 20 in Dekle Home and everything they did to
railroad, Hercules and Camp Blan- Cemetery in Lake Butler with Rev. make our family comfortable; to
ding. Art Peterson officiating. Arrangements Airpark Baptist Church Kingsley *: Furnished*: Skirted*:Air
Survivors include five daughters, are being handled by Lake Baptist, Hope Baptist, Lake
three sons, a step-mother, seven Archer Funeral Home of Lake Hill Baptist, Beulah Baptist, Buford ConditionedWasherDryer* 3
sisters four brothers 23 grandchildren Butler. Grove Baptist Church of Callahan
,13 great-grandchildren and and Homewood Baptist Church of
many nephews, nieces and friends. Mrs. Thelma Dicks Spacious Bedrooms 2 Convenient
Funeral services will be held Mrs. Thelma Elizabeth Nettles
Saturday Nov. 21 at 2 p.m. at St. Dicks, 73, died Monday night in Bath Formal Room
John's Missionary Baptist Church in North Fla. Regional Hospital afteran E-Z WHEELS &
Lawtey. He will be buried in extended illness.A .
Peetsville Cemetery in Lawtey lifelong resident of Union County 1320 N. TEMPLE AVE. STARKE Microwave*:Eat-In Kitchen: Extended
under the direction of Haile Funeral Mrs. Dicks was a homemakerand
Home. Rev. W. Huff is the pastor. member of the Lake Butler
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day 9647783Buy Warranty*: Delivery & Set-Upw
Mrs. Patricia McConnellMrs. Saints. She and her husband owned \1e
Patricia Keen McConnell, 62, the Big D Truck Stop for sixteen Here Pay Here F e
of Punta Gorda, died Saturday,Nov. years and Columbia County Speed- We Finance
14 at her residence in Punta Gorda way for eight years. t- U .,
following an extended illness. Survivors include her husband: R. $230.
Born May 21, 1925 in Manatee, C. (Bo) Dicks of Lake Butler; 80 Camaro Auto/Air .et :month T01
Fla., Mrs. McConnell moved to Pun- daughter, Beth Dicks Harvey of $595. down E-Z Payments o-t per
ta Gorda one year ago from Starke. Lakd Butler; son, Darryl Roy Dicksof { J
She was a seamstress and a memberof Jacksonville; brother, Archie '81 Phoenix 4dr., 1 owner. al w ys
First United Methodist Church. Nettles of Largo; seven sisters, Nice t jw/$2500.dovmj aS
Survivors include one daughter, Maude Alderman of Ft. Walton car eek
Sheila McConnell of North Miami Beach,Myrtice Andrews of Orlando, $495. Down-EZ Payments \ \
Beach; two sons, Earl McConnell of Beatrice Farless of Lake City, Ethel
Punta Gorda and Harold H. McCon- Dicks of Dundee, Catherine Parrishof 80 Plymouth Volare4drairautoIow
nell of Arcadia; two sisters, Carolyn Lake City, Imogene Smith of Lake miles csf
Keen and Barbara K. Byrd, both of Butler and Jacquelyn Nettles of $395. DN. E-Z Payments
Starke; and three grandchildren. Oakland, Cal.; and three grand
Graveside funeral services were children, Michelle, Kimberly and '80. Mercury Capri 4 spd. nice car 4 S 9 a
held Wednesday, Nov. 18 at Crosby Steven Harvey, aU of Lake Butler. $495 DN E Z. Payment
Lake Cemetery with Rev. Ballard Funeral services will be held Friday -
Wilson officiating. Burial was under Nov. 20 at 2:30: p.m. in Lake '77 Dodge Monaco
the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof Butler Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- fr 4dr, runs good.
Starke. ter Day Saints with Bishop Felton
$195. down EZ
Smith and Bishop Richard Harvey Payments
Mrs. Rosemary Olsen officiating. Burial will follow in Oak
Mrs. Rosemary Olsen 65, of Grove Cemetery in Union County
Postmaster's Village, Lake Geneva, with Archer Funeral Home of Lake
died Tuesday, Nov. 17 at her Butler in charge.
residence following an extended II- Dr. Restea M.D.
I lness. Mr. Cecil WallaceMr. George

, Born Aug. 22, 1922 in Hoboken, Cecil Wallace 79, of Lake
N.J., Mrs. Olsen moved to Lake Butler,died Monday night in the Bay
Geneva in 1981 from SummerlandKey Medical Center in Panama City,
\ Fla. She was a member of St. Fla., after a brief illness. .
Williams Catholic Church in Born in Alabama, Mr. Wallace
Keystone, the DAV Auxiliary, the moved to Florida in 1919, and has
Coast Guard Auxiliary and a retired resided here since that time. He wasa Wishes to announce the relocation of his
Registered Nurse. farmer and member of the

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