Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
November 17, 1988
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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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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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We have a slight chance of picking up a shower or two late Thurs Edltorlal'ag.. ;.t. .. ..>,\UA '.
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day or Friday, Nov. 17-18. as the tail end of a cold front Th Social Scono 8-7
through the area. Public Nolle... . . . ,1J,13ASportt
The main body of the front 1 is passing northeastward through the '. . . . . . ,.,!fA,

Middle Atlantic States and New England, after spawning severe
tornadoes in several midwest states. Extensive damage and at SECTION I: 12 Pagai
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least six deaths were caused Tuesday night in Arkansas. Jox-Tomoa Toll Road/ 1.48
Friday, the front stall over north Florida showers Sf Pow Wow . . . .. ,2S,
may bringing ,
and cooler temperatures. As the front moves humid air Sunihln Induitrlot. . 2B
on warm
with partly cloudy skies will return. Lows not, to Crin,. N.... . . ,4.11,138
below the low 50's, with highs-near 80. are expected, get ,Dlan't Turk.y Tip. . . .SB This Side of .Heaven
The moon entered its first quarter with moonrise beingat Arm Death. . . ...1Clo..I'I' The Sweetest Strawberries
1:03: yesterday Ad.. . ,-IOB lUMth YemIHth STARKE;,FLORIDA 25> Cents Copy,
p.m.Worth '
Issue 'Thursday, November 11. 19MII lISPS Mf27NI'Citizens

Ic City Officers Rights' Topic. 'Of Hampton Meeting 1 Tonight I'' I

The recall, of appointed'town councilman Notices have been posted at city hall, the keeping all city records," and the only way he Padgett, the turmer mayor, was defeated,
Elwood Padgett and who should have key!! to Post Office and the Hampton, Handy Way can give out keys Is by order of the city coun by two votes for the marshal's, job. There
LL , city hall are expected to be topics of a Hampton Store, for a meeting "concerning citizens and ;cil. "And if they order it, 1 will submit'the key' were three vacancies on the council but 'only'
.J citizens group to meet at city hall at 7 p.m. city officers'rights." along with my resignation."', two candidates ran-leaving'the vacancy to\
today, (Thursday, Nov, 17) Recently elected mayor Lola Williamsonsent which Padgett was appointed, In a. 4-0 J vote.
Gator QB... There has also been talk In Hampton about This is not a, meeting called'by the .City, a locksmith to city hall to change the lock Mayor Williamson; -who Inot\ a voting
Councilman Ralph Bryant, the son-in-law of council, says City Clerk Gordon WadswortY 'on the door to the city clerk"S office, but Clerk member of the council in Hampton, left the1'
The Starke Quarterback Club will Councilman Ted Curtis, being arrested by "We have always made city hall' available for Wadsworth stopped the project council table when-Padgett was ,appointed.
meet at the Starke Golf and Coun" Marshal Ray Simmons,on a charge of driving citizen groups to meet." .The appointment of ex-mayor Elwood Questioned by Clerk, Wadsworth; Mr-,
try Club, Thursday, Nov. 17. .Without a license. Hampton 'sources say Wads worth also says one subject 'oC 'the Padgett to a vacancy on the city council is Williamson said she Was not resigning.(
Attitude adjustment hour at 6:30: 'Bryant was not in the vehicle when arrested. :mEeting stems from his refusal to give the, also a subject of controversy. A move to peti- "Yes, I'm1 going to be there,,'' said councilman
p.m.,followed by a covered dish This also could be a topic. ; of the. citizen's, mayor and marshal a key to his office. "The tion for his recall is also thought be a purpose Ted" Curtis, "but ,it.'s' not 4 council
, supper at 7 p.m. ,meeting charter states that the clerk is responsible for for the called meeting. meeting., '
Lynn Amedee, UF Offensive I

Coordinator the speaker: .. .
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Friday Friends.- RenoIs

'The "Friday: Friends",will meet'' II f .

. at noon, Nov. 18, at the First .... ,
United Methodist Church. Please

, bring a covered dish and enjoy the' FR I '' .. ,. '
,fellowship. ,f New
-A t'-. .,.., ,
CROP Walk....

The first annual C.'R.O.P.: Walk : -'l
'will take place Saturday, Nov: 19,
I beginning at 9 a.m. All walkers are, ,., ... Po'licelYIajor
, asked to register between 8:308:4Sa.m. : : '''''- I. ......
\ ., in the parking lot of Santa Fe Itf

Community College.,
All proceeds from the walk will "
, be used to help feed the hungry :
around the world. Twenty five per-
cent of the proceeds will stay in
Bradford County to help fund a new.
ecumenical food pantry., "

Class'of 69... BCT Staff Writer
The Starke council promoted tt;
Plan now to meet Sunday, Nov. W.C. Reno to the rank, of 'major In
29 at 7 p.m., at Kelly's Nite Limitin the Police Department/ and ap-
Lawtey to discuss plans for a St pointed him to the temporary posi
'class of 1969 reunion. For more in- tion of acting chief of police'' In, its

formation, call Ben Strong.Ph. regular meeting.Tuesday, Nov. 15. .
7823130. "E While the promotion js permanent

, ', the| appointment is temporary,effective
Hosp. Auxiliary... \ only until a new chief is named
''Dr. Thomas Hawkins' will speak1' ',"'-" by.'voters' in'' the city "election,!

,on the topic 'Mamograms" at the' ... ;January 24, at which time Maj. Reno'
i Hospital Auxiliary dutch treat dinner ,01,; will revert to second in command.
, meeting, Monday, Nov. 21, at I Mayor'' Bobby Biggs 'raised>(>: the''
6:30: p.m., in the Western.Steer din-' ;W "i"d .issue by saying, "'1 propose to raise
Lt Reno to rank .of majoror'givet.
room, \
him a pay raise commensurate.with',
his responsibilities' ,
FAD Meet.... f 'A brief discussion ensued, with the
Families' debate-centering 'on making i Reno,
Against Drugs(FAD)
chief him to ma
.will meet 22, at 7:15: 'acting or
in TUesdayhNov. .- ''jor: When asked, Reno replied that,
i p.m.
Persons interested In our he preferred the promotIOn' the :
, community find alternatives helping to 'ir rank of major'which'' will of continueas

,substance abuse are urged to at- a permanent change gradeIn'
, i tend. the end, the council did both, pro-
moting Reno to major end appointed .
' ,A Salute to Veterans.,. him acting chief. '
: BHS Alumni. of increase I >dto'
'The salary
,Mrs. Peggy Thomas presents a wreath in honor of veterans of all wars question
The BHS Alumni Association "during Veteran's Day ceremonies FridayNov. ii. al the Veteran's the discpvery that Lieutenants
meeting date has been changed to' Memorial, on south Walnut Street at US-30U Reno John Hodges and Kenneth:
Monday, Nov;;28, 6 p.m., at, Providing a military escort for Thoma's.Vepresenting the StarkeWoman's Hines i are/ being paid sergeants!
'Western Steer Steal\;: House. Ail, Club, are Sgt.l/C Annette Simmons, left and Sgt.l/C Tonya Mitchell ,wages, The council moved to sorrec t'
' alumni and friends are invited.,' School the the discrepancies.The .
: of the Bradford High JKOTC Unit. Knights Templarrof
two lieutenants,Hodges and
Bradford : York Rite served honor guard. ;
Masons as
Commarulry No 43.- '
i- limes,. given 10 percent in-;
were pay
; Early Deadline... .Members, at top in rear, are (I-r) Carlos Johnson of $tarkef Daniel Somma -. ) creases: effective immediately.
The Telegraph will be published of Orange Park and Gordon Brown of Slarke. 'The pay raise for Maj. Reno was
r 'a day early next week, Tuesday Brian Canova right, played Taps as" Kevin Boone echoed the strain, not contested by" any council

Nov. 22, and will be placed in the''' .precisely at It a.m. member, but required a few minutes
, mail Wednesday, Nov. 23, because Jim Dalzell. Current'commander of the York Rite !Unit based In Lawtey' ,> f discussion. In the end,-'the .salary''
, wa. the main speaker. Dalzell a former flyer who served over three 'was
of,the Thanksgiving holiday.Deadline set at $460 per week S23.U20 an-
, for advertising and years In a Japanese prison In WW-II, said the prisoners were an enigmato nualized, the same,amount at which
news is 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 21, their captors and never did he see an American go to his knees to. former acting chief. Hai, ii': Wiggins
unless otherwise arranged with the plead for mercy under Oriental torture methods. He recalled seeing some', was started. '
, office. Americans from the Bataan Death March reach his prison, in terrible "
, Telegraph, ;;, physical condition. Dalzell recalled when the Japanese left, the Americanstore .Lt.,,Reno sumbitted a'letter to the

Catfish Dinner... up their prison and escaped into nearby mountains before they council, outlining procedures he has
became aware of the armistice: where a news correspondent: warned then 'I'" instituted to provide police coveragefor
The Elks Lodge on N. TempleAve not to go to Hiroshima, just 35 miles away. .... the community, even though the
will hold a fund raiser for ::. ,department is short three officers.
Harry Anna Children's Holspital, Fholo. by Mark'Friedlln Reno said the Police Department
Saturday, Nov. 19, noon to 4 p.m. {' ;,is functioning, but is able to put only .,
.. Catfish dinners Will' be featured two'officers on the,street ,'on, most'
, at $3.50 each shifts, 'on most days," with three officer *

), coverage on Saturdays only; If
''i *( an officer becomes ill, there is no
'; Church'B.n.flt...
replacement; other than putting
I' St.. Marks Episcopal Church will another- officer on< overtime or
hold a benefit garage sale, Satur- allowing the city to have'only one officer

, ;day, Dec. 3, with proceeds ear on duty '
Reno's letter referred to the inci-
marked for the Andy. Roach Family. -
, dent last week in which city'' police
" participated In a four hour chase and

Flu Vaccine.. apprehension of holdup man,sayingthe
lack ,personnel reaches
Bradford County Health Depart" critical levels on those occasions,
ment has received a limited suppl with officers working double shifts.
of flu vaccine, which should be "They (officers) become tired, and
given during November. tired officers are subject to injury
, The vaccine will be given on and error,," he stated
Tuesday and Wednesday after- The letter continued'My first request
, noons, 1-5 p.m. Call ph. 964-7732 for is for permission to hire two of-
more information. ficers, experienced; and capable to
go on the road immediately,
alleviating excessive overtime costs
" .
Upcoming. "
that have been occurring.
: Public meetings scheduled in the At one point in the discussion,
coming weeks are: Mayor Biggs mentioned that Lt.
'A Hampton Citizen's Group will \ Reno wanted to hire two additional
I" meet in Hampton City Hall at 7 \'L,3 'officers, but overall, the letter was

, p.m. today (Thursday, Nov. 17) to \ ignored, and no further reference'

". discuss officials.the rights of citizens. and city + -- 4 : was !made to it's contents.

, New will River meet at Solid 7 p.m.Waste today Association U.- S. Fighting Men Honored in Veterans Day ObservanceA I

(Thursday, Nov. 17) at 7 p.m., In ,

" Macclenny at the Baker County '-" '-" 'retire- Parallel Heartbreak Ridge,
Courthouse. sailles France small town outside wind, the flag was again raised. to in Orange Park. Following 38th ,
memorial service for all a ment from the Navy Jim spent 17 Tet, Straights Hormuz; battles
I Pecan auction at Farmer'sMarket veterans, of all wars, was held Fri- Paris. full staff. Escort for in the Starke area, 14 as Area ,that-should go down in history but
at noon today (Thursday, day, Nov. 11, at the Veteran's Military presenting years Defense Coordinator of North will no doubt fade from memory as
and 22. Wreaths were' at the wreaths was provided by a detail Civil
Nov. 17) and Dec. 8 Memorial on South Walnut Street placed the centuries go by.
Auxiliary will memorial several local organiza- from the Junior ROTC of Bradford Florida.
Bradford Hospital by
and US-301 in Starke.
all "We are fast becoming one big
School. Commanded by Major "Veterans Day is a time for we
: meet Monday, Nov. 21, at 6:30: p.m. tions: The Americal Legion, The High community and the atomic,
at Steakhouse. Topic of discussion; Master of Ceremonies was Legion Auxiliary, Concerned Greg Pittman, the detail was mann, Americans to pause in remembrance global .
.1. mammography and X-rays.' Charles J. Schaefer Post Com- Citizens of Bradford County, Starke ed by Cpts. Tells Buie and Clarence of those who died in the ser, age we know is receding into history.We
into the
)T oFarm- ity Partnership dinner, mander of the American Legion in Rotary, Brotherhood of Elks, Starke Williams: 2nd Lts; Victoria vice of their country," he said. are moving rapidly and com-God

",. will be held Monday, Nov.21,at Starke. The national anthem was Shrine Club Masonic Lodge, 'Williams,Tony Hankerson and Benjamin -' "They came from all branches of, knows puterized what space the 21st age century only will br-
and 'Set.IstC... armed forces..these men ,
'I! 6:30 p.m. at the Fairgrounds.The played by the Bradford High School Woman's Post 1016 VFW Hankerson, our .
I _. public is invited to the free chicken Band under the direction of Buddy Daughteres of the American Revolu-.' Yolanda Wanton, Annette Simmons women who gallantly played a of vital 'ing., 'But wherever we are headed let
I' dinner Ball. Honor Guards were from the lion, and the Chamber of' Como!' and Tonva Mitchell. part In nation.preserving the"peace our- us in our lifetime remember full well

:' The Downtown Merchants BHS Junior ROTC and the Lawtey merce.' Providing an Honor Guard was the great"All across this great land this World War I, World War II, Korea,

' Association will meet Monday York Rite Masons. Precisely at ill a.m., ceremonies' Knights Templar Lawtey Comma morning people are rememberingthe Vietnam and the war just ending in
, Nov. 21, at 6 p.m:at Santa Fe Com- known Armistice were halted, the flag was lowered to dry No.43, York Rite Masons. One of sacrifices these men and women the Persian Gulf.
.nunity College. Formerly the as tea the half mast, and 'Taps' was soundedby ,their, number Jim Dalzell, was made," he said, "and yet I wonder "We today live.In overpopulate
Day holiday commemora
Zoning of the
heard and
The Bradford County Kevin Boone and Brian Canova guest speaker. how many have ever technology
of the Armistice ,
Board and the BC Board of Adjust- signing ending members of the Bradford High Dalzell spent 3% years in Meuse-Argonne, Chateau Thiery, world. The problems that could have
World War I. The took
ment will meet Tuesday, Nov. 29, the eleventh hour signing of the eleventh placeat School Band Heads were lowered in Japanese Prisoner of War camps Okinawa Leyte Gulf, Midwa leach- the making of future conflicts.! .. alls

at 7 p.m. in the Starke,City Hall. day of the eleventh month 1918, in a reverence for deceased veterans. As during World War ii;is a veteran of zio. The Buldge, Omaha '( e Veterans..p.2A)
in the U. S. Navy"and Pork Chop Hill, Pusan Perimeter,
railroad car, on a siding at. Ver- the strains of 'Taps' faded into the 30 years lives


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Page %A TELEGRAPH November 11//IfllIlI

I March Of Dimes Campaign, Launched

balloon-tilted\ sky was the scene Stewart Browning of Starke,wag introduced sioner 'of Education Betty Castor
during half-time festivities Friday ;along with his parents and Each school with 100 percent par ,
night, launching the Bradford Coun- Starke Elementary Principal Dewey ticipation or $i per student will
ty 50th Anniversary March of Dimes McKinney Vollie Is a student of become eligible to receive an Apple
Celebration. ,Mrs. Willie Mae Randolph.This Computer for their school and could
Bradford High student govern- week every elementary and possibly send a representative to the
ment leaders yielded $107 from the middle school student received a culminating activities Dec .17 at
sale of balloons, sold for 25-cents March of Dimes envelope to be Walt Disney World. fJ
each and released during the performance returned to school by Nov 22, The Dimes drive ends Tuesday,
Junior varsity cheerleaders Students at Bradford, High School Nov. 22: Outside contributions to
collected $87 during their "Toss, a will be holding a Class of the Year enable the school to meet its goal
Coin" collection. competition to raise,money for the can be made to any school principalor
Local Ambassador Vo lie Browning Dimes drive, The Florida 'School Evelyn ChasLain, local coordinator
/Kpvpn-venr-olrl: son of Kathy! '&; ,Campaign I III r* '

I Band Captures 2nd Place, at I Moultrie ,, n

... r'r'r
ford placed second'in its, class, _ugiM.u, i.o :...d seen the bund'that
by Judy, Becker receiving superior rating, the' beat him two consecutive years use
Special To The Telegraph highest possible score. Hirer fireworks two years in a row in Its
The Spirit of Bradford Marching superior ratings' went to the drum performance.The .V b 4I
Band' captured second place in the majors, the majorettes,and the per- BHS band accompanying i w
Silver Division of the Sunbelt Mar ,cussion section. Bradford was the chaperons and parents left Starke
ching Contest at Moultrie. Ga. last' only' Florida band to score high early Saturday morning, spent the 1
Saturday Nov. 12, .outscoring 13 enough to compete in the evening night in Moultrie. and, returned
other bands! from Georgia, and finals. home Sunday' afternoon... all worn
,Florida. out. A
The first place band from Ashford, After the final awards, Band This Saturday,Nov. 19,,the Spiritof I
Alabama; has now won this competition Boosters President Judy Archey'' Bradford Baned will perform on
,, four' years in a row Bradfordwas was heard to remark to Band Director Florida Field in the Florida Band- -
second In 1987 also. Buddy Ball "We're getting you masters Association Festival. .BUS
,In the afternoon competition Brad fireworks for Christmas!' Ball 'will perform at 1.15! p.m.I .


Brooker Signs Two Cable Franchisesby

Buster Rahn ,meeting,and Bronson'Cable,wantsto modify its agreement to provide for, Local Ambasssador for March of Dimes. Photo er INtia ....._.
.BCT Staff Writer make a counter offer. "pur'big a similar option. '
Gene' Melvin, :super 'cautious, gest concern do we want a second Both firms will pay the town$1,000 ,VollIe Browning sits with his mother, Kathy, during'' lallnchlng the 1988 March of Dimes campaign. Vollie I
chairman of the Brooker Council. franchise in town?'" for use of facilities if used.Sun State the halftime activities':Friday,night at the stadium received a big hand from the crowd as he marched
took the lead extending cable' Bob Mulligan, general manager of;' will pay 4 percent of gross revenueson across the football,field and was Introduced.
television franchises to two firms; in Sun State' Cable said, "We/ basic channels, nothing on optional -
,consecutive meetings Tuesday, recognize that we were awarded a Channels. Bronson Cable wilt
Nov', 1,and Thursday,Nov. 10. non-exclusive franchise, and the pay & percent of its gross,. to be Farm/City Unity Dinner Set Monday I
The date of the first meeting (Nov; commission has the right to extend a remitted quarterly .
1) was set to preclude a conflict with, second franchise. We offer state of Brooker Attorney Johnny Hobbs -
,election day, Tuesday, "NOV.'8, the the art equipment and service.." 'recommended that rate structures The Agricultural Agencies in bring a (dessert to the dinner. amount or support his office' is"
regular meeting time. Sun State With those comments, Mulligan' be' removed from the agreements, Starke along with the Starke/Brad- Bradford County's own Commis- Deceiving; from the farm communityas
Cable TV was awarded a non- made no further objection' 'to a se- since the town has no control over ford County Chamber of Commerceand sioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner, well as local organizational sup
exclusive, franchise in that meeting. cond franchise. the rates to be charged,and should other organizations have will be the guest speaker. port including the Bradford County
The second a. called special Tom Hulett, president of Bronson, avoid the appearance of approving scheduled the Annual Farm/City All business and professional people Fair Association, Kiwanis and the
Cable Co., was accompanied by at* them'in the invited to attend and show Bradford Cattleman's Association.The .
meeting Nov. 10,:was held to hear'' rates by. having con' Partnership dinner for Monday are
Bronson Cable request a similar' torney:Jim Lang and Rex Boggs* tract. H Nov.21,at 6:30 the BradfordCounty their support for the local farm com- ASCS office is open from 8
franchisee' The council awarded the who acted spokesman for,the trio, Election Set... fairgrounds. munity. ,'a.m. to I 5 p.m.daily but will be closed
''second ,non-exclusive franchise "Hulett, described as I.u' engineer 1 1'par"excellence" A free dinner of chicken and rice is Warren' Carver, 'local ASCS' officer November 24, Thanksgiving Day
possibly' 'making Brooker, the ; by' Boggs' built; Town Clerk Charlene Thomas announced ,'planned,'but families are asked to says he is encouraged by'the'' and, Monday December' 26, '
smallest'town in the nation, with and sold a cable<(:franchise in Bron the town's,regular election: '
competing, cable television firms. i f son, Fla.; but retained' the name has been set for,Tuesday., February, ,
Representatives from I the''two Bronson Cable Co. Since selling out 141989., J '
firms said the companies will go the Bronson system Hulett is looking The commission'sef'qualifying
'. dates Monday December 26, to
to relocate.
"head to head" 'in soliciting "
'residents to sign with them., Bronson Cable has the franchise in ,Saturday', December. : ,; 31.' noon. to Terwillegar
Hampton and expects to close an noon. .
"agreement ,with, Worthington SprIngs : Three seats on the council will be
'Two Franchises...?J at its next council meeting. expiring, and up for election',.The
., ,Chairman Melvin, in introducing Both Bronson and Sun State re- positions are currently,held by.C.J '
t. the subject of the meeting, said Sun quested 10 year 'contracts. Since Stalnaker, Sue' Davis and ,George Where You, Get $1000.00 Rebate
State I Cable was awarded a nonexclusive -/ Bronson was awarded an option to, Pierce Terms of'office( are two, ---.... ". .
contract ,in the last renew,. Sun State. was allowed to'' years. 4

I Veterans Day- :.. "rom page lA. ". 'gt'{ ,I rj, !" !T TNew

'seem insurmountable' ,'but'w'ith the warhlke century has taught'us,' .?*, "names 'iimmoria'lized' on that
help of God and a proper perspective perhaps we can move into the 21st 'stone memorial can rest in peace at
I oT young people like these, here this century with peace in our hearts and'' last knowing that we, their fellow 1.
'I' morning;perhaps will not have to good will to our' fellow man, and countrymen shall never forget their ;
frelive-the-tfHgom'-of! history t this those brave' young' men>whose .sacrifice.". t

I Brooker Shoot Termed Sucess
Turkey Big, t

'The Turkey Shoot held Nov.'5 by< Enterprises Mica Design 2;Brooker Allen, Randy' Raulerson,. ,Steve 1989 Grand Wagoneer \
the Brooker Volunteer Fire Department Small Engine Repairs Fletcher Vaughn, ,Wayne Polk, Willie\
was a great success, said Fire, Garage Carroll's Grocery Kidtech: 'Hamilton,James Hamilton,'Stanley
Chief Tony Stalnaker. DBA 'Ellis Trucking, Mann's Floyd pennis Fairfield all of
The crowd began gathering about Trailer Park, Fairfield' Roofing Brooker; Gary Durden, Ellen Bass, Owning a legend
8 a.m., ,and did not leave until the Valley View Dairy and Wayne Par and, Ed Wozmak. .of Gainesville; 7 ,
afternoon after all the turkeys. were J rish all of Brooker. '( 'WhereElse
gone said Stalnaker. Clay Whitaker of Starke, W. W.:
The Brooker Volunteers wish to Winners in the .shoot who are'' Bright of Lake Butler, Don Hall of just got easier.
thank the following area businesses registered for drawings to be held in Keystone Heights, Russell Davis
for'' their support Clarks Grocery' ''January by Field and Stream and Hubert Vaughn of Alachua (
Spires Grocery' and Parrish Magazine are: Randall Smith, Gene Chuck Tetstone of Worthington Spry, Can You
Grocery,all of Lake Butler. Hunter 'Melvin; ,. Dewaine Linger;,, Edward ings and Lonnie Vaughn of Williston..

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I. It May Be Drug. Pushers Who Prefer ,It ,Dark in Reno Area I

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by,Buster Rahn BB and pellet\ guns as fast ts we Telegraph'this'week., to the Police Department.Commissioner 112,015. The state does not have to
BCT Suit Writer replace them," Weldon wrote. has been prepared but the point
sales and other taxes
Ed Wall pay imposedon
The City of Starke Is experiencing Several area residents attendedthe Rules and Laws..., with the Silcox agreed total is insufficient for optimism. individuals. .
a serious problem in the Reno council meeting,. and expressedtheir Commissioner Vernon Silccx, request.Commissioner Travis Woods The grant, submitted and rejected
district, from Brownlee Connie belief that the culprits are not chairman of the Rules and Laws remarked, "It would be good.'* last ,year, seeks funds' to provide In Other Actions...
St., William M. Weldon electric-: "kids with BB guns," but are drug Committee, which also includes Attorney Commissioner Chatles Schaefer water and !sewer services to 74 The council, approved the Bond
system director has advised who darkness to homes In the area west of the cour.
Police pushers, prefer Terence Brown and City said, "No problem." Trustees recommendation for
,Chief Bill Reno by memorandum. cover their activities.One Clerk Neil Tucker as members, asked It is not clear who will make the thouse.of The grant meets the requirement ,change-order at the water plant a,
Copies of the resident reported that drug serving low
letter were the council's approval to expandthe -4
appointments, or' the--numbe,--of- now under construction on Edwards-
distributed to the related activity continues all residents, but the city lost points for
City Council in its night committee in order to get citizen citizens to be added to the commit Road.
rear meeting Tuesday, Nov. 15.I near the corner of Florida and Pine input. The proposed additional tee. having too few minority employees, The ,council accepted the elec-
I Weldon reported the city ,Streets beginning each' evening 'members are to be drawn front the and for' missing a deadline,. in trical work at Deerfoot VlIIageWalmart's
\ has replaced all the fights along N. around 5:30: p,m. community, Silcox said,. Plans and Zoning.tAssistant another grant. ( Shopping Center) on
Pine Street three times in the past Area ministers and community Silcox said he plans to activate the The council passed Resolution
two weeks, with each of the 17 leaders scheduled a meeting,with committee, which has been dormant Zoning Director Janet 80-19 to file the grant application Director of Electric System Btll.Weldon's
replacements costing$35-$50, depen Maj. Reno ,and council members in the past,,and study all the issues Turner presented site planlj'for a' with the Department of Administra.. 'proved payment recommendation of the Invoice.and ap-
ding on the amount of damage. Nov 16 too proposed convenience store and gas tion.
Wednesday evening, ,
that within its of
come concern Weldon's to'
"The with, pumps on US-301, between Madisonand Approved request
lights are being shot out late ,for press coverage by The those ordinances
Including relating allow him advertise a surplus
Call Streets. The property, site Police Car.,.
I of a Gulf Oil Service Station, is own Clerk Tucker the city'srequest bucket truck. The truck was formerly
ed by Freeman Register III- local offerred for sale, along with other,
for bids on a police car drewno
Gulf Oil distributor. surplus' property but the one bid
response, since the specificationswere received was not acceptable.
Turner reminded the council that too detailed for considerationby "
1 The; council agreed to meet with
it had approved the site plans In a ,
: car dealers.
prior meeting,subject to a review by In the meantime Tucker, has Reno residents Wednesday, Nov.and 16.
i lat 7:30 p.m., to discuss concerns
city engineers. The site '
plans have
b' received revised of the state'
in the
problems being experienced
reviewed and approved by Don contract setting forth prices at
Ruckman, city engineer, and were which the state! can purchase new The council" extended the
approved for the second
''t' I
time by the city council. telephone franchise with Centel for
Tucker sought an opinion from CI-
60' days. Discussions have been
said the Suwannee River
ty Attorney Terence Brown, asking:
under for several weeks bet,
Water way
Management Council has not
if the city might purchase a car froma
ween the city and Centel in an attempt
signed-off on the but
project no local dealer, if the price is the
to formulate a new agree
obstacles ,
appear to preclude its approval same as the statecontract. Brown
., Rezoning is not an issue, agreed it will be legal to do so, in his ment. '
The council agreed to the tentative
'. a i1 since the whole area, is zoned\, for opliuon.Tucker. -
dates for and
business Turner said. qualifying
', s1 said Byron Terwillegar
M ,r voting in the special election to electa
Grant Application. has not agreed to meet the state contract chief of police to fill the unexpired
( price,' but is considering the term of former chief Jimmy Bowen.
\" Bruce Smith, representing the proposal. Qualifying will be Monday Dec. 5,,
North Central Florida Under the state
Regional contract a
to Friday, Dec. 9, noon to noon.
Planning Council, reported the city's Victoria Ford Sedan equipped with The election: will be held Tuesday,
fr: '. rwpieat fir a newer and water I'n..t police options can be purchased Corn January.24",1989.

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The Key Club at Bradford High School made posters Thomas, Shade Meters, Viva Riley,, J w r V % Ji B B W **- "
for a canned food drive for Thanksgiving and will take' Key Club members not present for photo are' Mark
part In the CROP Walk this Saturday, Novo, 19, in observance Shuford Ron Zurfluh," \ ,Jone!!., Eric Ilixltre"
of National Key Club Nov. 6-12. Richard LeNeave MtIO ;, Melinda, ,Williams, Turicology'Contest
The Key Club is sponsored by the Starke Kiwanis" ,Jennifer Dodge KimSponsors 'illy Becker>, j ,
Club. Key Club members shown above are (l-ri, .
Front: Tyler Elder, Holly Shields and Jeff Moody.. are BHS teachers Sherjll Svvifl and
;Second row: Sarah Smith. Kevin Crawford Deanna Michael Anderson 4nd Rev/.Jerry Patton, 'pastor of
Waters.' Shawna Blom., Kim Singletary, Cheryl First: Presbyterian Church of Starke;, '

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The proposed Tampa to Jacksonvilletoll through an extensive' area of settling style colonial home, almost

road is 'an exciting project, looking ponds that are important in removing stood hidden on by the magnolia northeast trees cor-,

far' into the future based on Florida'srapidly toxic substances from waste'water. The ner of Walnut and Jackson

expanding population and corridor would also absorb an impor-, Streets, present site of the .t
economic growth. tant unmined strip in Bradford County Bradford County Library. .. Jr v,
that' contains valuable ilmenite ore At one time the home was .
Both proposed toll road routes present the residence of Judge A.V.
problems, not only in this area, but all deposits. Long and family and later!
alpng the ,line, where environmentaland Another consideration, on the finan- occupied by Dr. Parks a
private ownership concerns butt cial side, is that it must be proven that Starke physician. In later

heads with development the toll road will pay for itself in tolls' years and finally it was demolished unoccupied to U'4 __

Nothing Is set in concrete and there within a certain time limit in order' to provide site for the library. _

has attempt yet to fine tune they\ become eligible for State bond financ-
ing. Current estimates'are that it would
exact location of,the limited access expressway
within the designated corridors 'actually have a lower.traffic count than

which vary in., width up. to''20 the present 30,000-plus per5 day now car- '
milesIn ried by US-301.

this immediate area, the east corridor Opposition to the toll road, already''

'along the eastern boundary of evident in the Keystone,

Camp Blandin conflicts with the interest Heights/Melrose, was summed up
of the military,in obtaining:2600 by a resident of Keystone 'at the Mid-' .
additional ,acres' east of' the'camp for' dleburg information session Tuesday--: \
recreation, wildlife conservation, and 44A half billion to save an hour's driving

training activities. time from Jacksonville' to Tampa is
totally ridiculous and an outrage to all .,
'The' 'Western''corridor cuts directly
Looking much the same
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taxpayers. so fun, begins
across the DuPont ,mining; operation r now as it did when used by
Starke's first bank a hun-

1-, :;, "" ,. 4' + dred years ago-, this

(; ;; | Lose Recount corner building of at Call the and southeast Thompson
,i., !| MacKay May : Streets has been
restored by its present

I But Mystery"'remains owner.. Note Freeman the decorative RegisterIII.

fountain In center of the Intersection
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U.S..,Representative Buddy MacKay In 'releasing its rating of Mack',and i
filet an official.protest,Sunday' to five'' others, 'Environmental Action pointedout ,,"' I

counties, questioning their vote countsin that Florida "relies I heavily on ,
the U.S.' Senate race on November 8 tourism, which in turn relies heavily on

which pitted, him. against ,,incumbent natural beauty and leisurely lifestyle. DutittMS? BlocV: ,.BlarVe, Ffo. ''O'' '' '

'Connie Mack, ,But we have been warned that Florida's ,- .... ,"'--

"Thc'ount.,( : that ,;left 'MacKay' about groundwater'' is" disappearing andwhat's' .\
left is
'30,000 votes behind Mack in an election becoming increasingly
polluted. Air pollution is also on the rise.
that saw 'over 4,000,000 ballots cast by '
Florida voters, may have been caused Not long ago, BMW stopped shipping its'

by another mysterious computer"virus" expensive cars through the port of s r,' Yirw of :worth Walnut St.J' ,5'srkq,' 1a,
Jacksonville because acid rain dissolve
or an unfortunate arrangementthat ed paint on 2,000 cars in August, 1986.
placed the Senate ,race in ,an inconspicuous
That same Connie Mack declined
year, This is the pastoral sceneon
place at the bottom of the '
to support legislation to reduce North Walnut Street
ballot. But for whatever reason, or ,no pollutants that caused acid rain when the now aging oak
''reason at'all,, the fact that thousands of' trees were Just getting'' 4A
'voters in five counties in the and The Tallahassee Democrat recentlysaid
Tampa large enough .to providesome ? ," ilt + 'R .
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Miami areas failed to mark their ballots "It is amazing that one, ofFJorida shade along =
in the Senate'race one of the hottest and 'congressmen! Connie Mack"" "j 1' ;sidewallra.?I'hIfl"1; til.'r +?' i1 f3tsi v noiidl'i

most publicized races on the. ticket, is could be placed on a Dirty Dozen list of' uThis Hoover taken Brotherspicture before'the

unbelievable. the 12 most anti-environment people in brick was pavement, still in

The fact that MacKay is challengingthe 'Congress. It is amazing because the environmental use had covered up the dirt
consciousness, of Florida road. The house at left was
count does not make him'
poor voters is so high that congressmen who the former O.J. Griffin
loser,, or 'a purveyor of sour grapes. regularly are normally home, now'owned by the
Even Mack his hard-hitting support polluters 1
opponent, 'washed out" of office. J.T. Prevatt family.
acknowledged 1 MacKay's' right to
out how this quirk in voting could have Without its lakes and streams and

occurred. Not only MacKay, but the beaches, few tourists would' be :lured ,',_.
voters of Florida, are entitled to know. here just to play the lottery and take a

Strange things happen, sometimes, in ,trip to Disney World. Without its lakes
and streams and beaches. Florida
this era of computerization. (Mack later .
changed his mind and is now trying to would be no more than some of our un-

stop Even a recount.if'nothing) 'was wrong,'it is hardto fortunate If MacKay desert-like had lost states the election of the West.fair ,t LettersGranddaughter Forestry' in Bradford County 'I

understand how the voters of Florida and square, he would be the first to admit ; .

could opt for Connie Mack in a state that it and congratulate the winner:But, y G Trees Produce Oxygen '
if' he lost by some computer ,fluke or' :
is one of the mostif not THE most-environmentally '

sensitive states, ,in the. other miscount, no matter how unintentional 1 Expresses By David W..'Norton simple carbon compounds built up by car'
Nation. ,.he deserves to know- as do the Bradford County Forester bon dioxide taken from the air. The result'
all voters of those five counties. It'is hard Feelings Toward Grandad is sugar which the tree uses as food.' '
With the' problems that Florida ,
to believe that thousands of
people Marcus Conner of Starke has been named
,faces NOWto say nothing of the A tree's contribution to the oxygen supply ,
would not voted in the colorful Bradford County's 1988 Qutstanding
Is relatively thing.As trees''
I a temporary
future- amazing that a majority of Senate race when they voted heavily,on Dear Editor Tree Farmer of the Year by the Florida. age and decay their photosynthetic production -. .
Floridians would vote for a man who, as Foresty Association. *Ja'
the same ticket, in races .that were To all the Veterans and especially those declines and they release less and
member of the U.S House of
a much less hard fought and exciting. who are Grandda I would like to share The Florida Tree Farm program, apon- less oxygen.' Eventually decay reverses
Representatives, received zero rating' 'We is succeSsful this letter written to me from my grand- sored by the Association, is part of the nationwide -, the process, using oxygen and releasing
from the nonpartisan? group'-'> Environmental hope Buddy MacKay daughter.May it convey to you all the loveit Tree Farm System. Competition carbon dioxide Into the atmosphere.By .
Action. Mack was award in getting a recount whether he wins 'or; contains from all of our children,grandchildren is held each year to recognize landowners' converting old forests to new ones,
ed" the group's Dirty:Dozen medal as note If a mistake was made somewhere: and great-grandchildren., who are doing an exceptional Job of forest ,we assure that young, vigorous trees will
one of the I twelve most.'dangerous": along the line, the people deserve to Edward Mobley,StarkeA management on their property. Through produce oxygen to balance the ever increasing -
anti-environmental in Congress !know,. so that such mistakes ;may be VETERANS DAY SALUTE public recognition, these Individuals are quantity of carbon, dioxide
legislators -
avoided in the future. 'TO MY GRANDDADDY ,held up as leaders in good forestry. There resulting from burning fossil fuelscoal,'
., As I sit here on this day, November 11, [are approximately 3,500 Certified Tree'' oil and gas.Three ..
1988, Veterans Day- just wanted to say Farmers In Florida whose forestlandscover
thank you,grandaddy, for helping to make over; seven million acres.. Days Left
the life I live possible.When were call-
Regular Press Conferences ed to fight, I know you must you have been The Importance of trees to the environment For Folk Festival,
scared. You were just a young man with and to our daily lives cannot be At White Springs
I 4 overestimated. Replacing old trees with,
your whole life ahead of you. You had to
face the fact that you might not come young, vigorous ones contributes not onlyto .t
Should Be' Revived, back, but there was never a thought that the wood supply of the world,but also to
i '"just maybe you wouldn't go",You foughtto Earth's oxygen-recycling system. Forests
it keep our country free. actually Serve as giant oxygen factories.
One of the many issues that were not During President Roosevelt's,13 I don't know if you thought about the, Scientists calculate that for every ton of'
grandchildren would have one day,but wood a forest grows,it removes 1.47 tons of
addressed by either you
adequately can the
in White House he met with
years this grandchild thanks you from the bob carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and
didate during the 1988 presidential campaign questioning reporters almost, 1,000 tom of her heart for making it possible for I replaces it with 1.07 tons of oxygen. Man. -
was the, decline and fall of the times.: In contrast. President ,Reaganhas my child to have the freedom. that makes by comparison requires for respirationonly -Cane grinding,- -lye soap making;, and'
75-year-old press conference tradition. this country so great., about a pound of oxygen a day an quilting demonstrations are being
held 45 formal
only news con- When I think of you jumping out of those amount so modest that actively growing featured this week at the Stephen Foster
Although President-elect George ferences in his nearly eight years in of airplanes so many times, and how easily I grass on a 50x50 foot lawn releases enough State Folk Culture Center near White Spry!
Bush and Governor Michael Dukakis fice. During the Iran/Contra debacle, could have never been born, never to have oxygen day by day to meet the daily needsof ings., The festival .will continue through
known and and all that special a family of four.And so does an average'size
when he Saturday,Nov. 19.
to the to avoid ,
be accessible answering -
both promised to questions ,.
love you've shown me since the day of my tree. "Charley Brown" the ox will be hitched
House if elected they from probing reporters, he let 5Vfe birth, it scares me to death. '
White press corps Is to the cane mill to grind out juice for
So forest air up
a healthy a silent-running
how often they months elapse! with no formal meetings.He You must have looked death In the faceso
both,failed to say, just replenisher.Trees grow through a processcalled cooking in a big iron boiler during the process
sessions with the many times and while maybe at the of making The grinding opera-
would hold formal probing also avoided informal photosynthesis meaning putting syrup.
questioning by time didn't know for
you you were fighting tion starts at noon each day. .
together with light". Water and minerals
.and sometimes pesky
press. motioning that he wouldn't hear the were fighting for all believed
meyou you absorbed by tree roots are carried to the Other exhibitions at the park will Include
questions over the roar of helicopters as In.God knew there were going to be a lot of leaves and come into contact there with making homemade lye soap In an old iron
If Mr. Bush's reluctance to debate people who would need you and He kept washpot over an fire, and patchwork
j he departed! for, a weekend at Camp safe for us.. chlorophyll and air Sunlight passing into open
.and answer questions from} reporters you strikes the quilt-making. ,
: :David.. There must have been times thoughtyou the leaf chlorophyll giving it
.generally during the campaign is any would go when lost you a friendor the energy to break the water molecules All of the homemade Items'will be
indication how accessible he will be crazy! apart. Oxygen from the broken water available for purchase. '
; its the Commission said just the thought of your own possible
report, Admission to the Center located the
after the oval office it could death. I wish I could have taken the pain molecule Is exhaled by the leaf. Hydrogen
''t'1 presage a long, dry spell for reporters, "We believe that all parties ''would l for you, but Instead you took it for me., ,from the water molecule combines with, banks of the Suwannee River,is$3 per per-
trend set benefit from restoring the habit of frequent Many people will forget what being a son.

following the clamming-up by routine 'and undramatic news 'Veteran means, but never forget that I ,__ '- I .J r .. .__.... .
President<<; Reagan. conferences. Properly conducted, news know and my children will know and be
-i1-',* conferences can serve the president thepress forever proud of you and what you did for NIt
A recent commission appointed to and the public alikeand all,suf ,us.So, Granddaddy,I salute you and from
the bottom of my heart I sayThank you
study the ,decline of the press ,con' ferwlien the institution deteriorates." for loving me before I was ever born. You .
ference reported: that under Mr. are my "special: ,veteran" for now and
j Reagan's regime "the press conference'has always. '

fallen" into a serious state of. Are you listening, Mr. Bush? Sam I love you,
,Donaldson would like,to know. Mbsie. -
takes 19 muscle to smile, 43 muscles to frown.

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Gator QB Club Elbert Chapter. DAR Madison

Meets Tonight' Discusses TreatyThe Having Lades I

The, Starke Gator Quarterback
,'- Club will meet tonight (Thurs,Nov. Cot Samuel Elbert Chapter of Fair SaturdayMadison
17) at the Starke Coif and Country the NSDAR met Monday, Nov. 7 at St. Baptist Church cordially
t' ,,'" Club. Social time will begin at 6:30: the home of Mrs. David R. Taber invites all ladies of the community I'I
?.m., followed by dinner-meeting at Jr. of Keystone Hts. to attend a one-day Ladies

The: National Defense Chairman, Mrs. Fair this Saturday, Nov, 19 from. 8
club will be providing turkey G. Raymond Starnes, spoke to the a.m. to S p.m.Activities .
and dressing. Members are asked to group about our ongoing pursuit of will include a Bible
bring an appropriate side dish. peace. Should teh 0 S. sign a new workshop with topics such as ''I V r
Guest speaker will be UF Offensive treaty with the Soviets called ."Queen of your Husband's Heart", ti .
: Coordinator Lynn Amedee. START? ,This Strategic Arms "Queen of a Hurting -
The club enjoyed a trip to the Ken. Reduction Treaty would supposedlycut of your Child's Heart", Queen of a
tucky game in Lexington Nov. M. in half the offensive nuclear Happy Home" and more; I '
While there, some members visited arsenals of the U.S. and the Soviet .A practical workshop ,which includes -: ?

a horse farm and other local sites Union. flower arranging; 1 I
such as Arena.. The reality' is that there is no Makeovers Beauti-Control -
: Rupp After the big by
f victory, the local club stayed to con- evidence that two decades of arms Make-up, hair tips; k (

c: on gratulate the trip the and see them, off control done negotiations anything and positive,agreementshave for .A toy);party by. Discovery Toys (andmore i i'ns4:

Starke's John David Francis kicked American security. It is hard to ,.A total image workshop given by -
field maintain that this treaty would be a Beauti-Control, which Includes I'
a goal during the game. If a ,
toward because the .
( the team gets a bowl bid from Birm peace complete make-over, a slide presentation I.Ii' l '" "
r ingham's specific weapons reduction requiredby on body shapes a fashion ,
Bowl, a trip the treaty will leave the Soviet (, r
"" ,, will be made. Club members may Union with show compliments of Banker's Note'of -- -
a superiorityover
call Hazel Jacksonville, and scarf tying.
Hardy (964-7451) or Marty
U.S. This make
Barry ((954-6300) to get on a tentativeWannerThornton America the more vulnerable may and less The afternoon will close with New Fashions Presented..*,
list Make-It and Take-It Crafts.A
secure and the world a less stable continental style breakfast and Ladler, at the Keystone Women's Club had''an enjoyable Directly behind the ladies seated and wearing the ,corsage
place. lunch will be served. There is no afternoon on' Thursday, Nov. 10 when they held a champagne Is Joan Williams of Joan's Fashions, _
: Chaplain Mrs. Henry Williams for the however love luncheon complete with a fashion show put on by '
day a
To Wed Dec. 11 gave the worship program and con- charge offering will be taken; to cover.the Joan's Fashions of Starke. Grace Mozo com men- Second row (II Itori Lib McLaughlin, Joyce. Van Cleisen,
ducted the ritual.As Veterans Chairman cost of the crafts. tator. Gueterman Grace Mozo Maxine trow, Brenda
The, wedding of Marie Warmer she asked members for'' Modeling the fashions were ('seated I to. ,r) Carol. I'acey Carr. Norma Thompson Komelle Ogden, Lucy:\, ('lare. ,and
and Roy Thornton both of Starke, magazines, lap covers, and small Jan Besso and Jean Murphy Katherine Wlmbrrlry.THANK .
I" ,will be held December 11 at 6 p.m. at. toilet articles to be taken to the .

f,, ,her home on Rd. 100 South. Veterans Hospital in Gainesville.Mrs. .
,All friends and relatives are in- Henderson conducted the ,
vited to attend business meeting, reporting she at- New
,tended the Naturalizations! Eastern Star r(' '
ceremony Nov. 3 at the Naturaliza- ArrivalsAnnouncing ,
tional Court in Jacksonville. This Supper,Saturday
"iI"iI"r.,r. ''i pI ,, .
/I' "'* ''. Marion Jones Named ceremony was very impressive with The Order of the Eastern Star" "', "
Ii,; : ;:/;" people attending from most coun- Chapter 224 will be having a covered .
w Artist Of Month tries of the world. A color guard ... '
< dish
!\ 'l' supper this Saturday, Nov. 19 at :
' ,.,/Y'Y; The November Artist of the Month became presented U.S.a program citizens.after 57 people Jared Samuel Crawford 7 p.m. .;', YOU

" .;, I h,.,\';', '.', at the Gaiensville Artisans' Guild is Mrs. Walter J. Frick presented a Douglas and Karen Crawford an- All Masons and"their families, are'
Marion Jones, the Advertising program on Conservation "What Is nounce the birth of a'son, Jared 'invited. THANK
Chairman who will present hand- Killing the Palm Trees". She Samuel, born Oct..' 27 at Portmouth.
painted puppets and marionettes. reported a disease, called Leafful Va., weighing 7 Ib.,\3V! oz. He joins r OU
The window artist is Ana Varela Yellowing carried by insects is two-year-old sister, Vanna THAN

,with potted plant display. "' responsible for their demise in South Maternal grandparents are Mr & ,.Gospel'Sing'Saturday -
The Guild is located at 806 W. Un- America, Mexico and the U.S. The Mrs. Neil Crawford of Starke.Great- .at BUS t
I : viersity Ave'r and Is open from palm trees produce food that is need- 'grandparents are Mr.; & Mrs. J.T? 'YO.U.
,, 10-5:30 p.m. Monday through Satur ed and new varieties of the tree are, Lawson of Starke. : ,There will be a big gospel sing this '
day. being produced that will better'1 Paternal grandparents are'Mr.: &' Saturday at 7:30: pm at the Bradford :For Making Our '

resist the disease.., Mrs.. Earl Crawford of Kingsley High School Auditorium. "
,' A social hour'followed and 'Lake.."" Great-grandmother is Mrs.,: Featured guests will include:,,,The '" Grand :Opening 'a Big", Success3Sisters
. '\;,' Esther Martin' refreshments .were ,served, by, the ,Amelia Crawford of Gainesville. Mighty Sons of Glory from I I..Los
hostess. Angeles, Ca., Mrs. Marie Williams
. :, Is Dean's Scholar from Alachua, Mrs. Jessie Mae '
't ::> ', At Lee College Kelly Lynn Riddick, Berry, the Carter Family, the Creation
Echoes of Love and others from the
'\ "' : Esther Martin of Parent Day Set Danny and ,Sheryl Riddick of '
( Lawtey was
,) < (; ; Starke community.
), i, &vtW', \ ; recently honored at a luncheon, At St. James Hampton Lake announce the arrivalof Tickets may be purchased from FloristPrize
' \f-i\:',::v', honoring Dean's Scholars at Lee Col- a daughter,Kelly Lynn,born Nov. the following 'persons: Lillie B. poor 6
Paren will be held 4, at Alachua General Hospital. She \ ,
,h: 1'ig' !'>11\\> leg in Cleveland, Tenn. Saturday, 'Jones Hattie Jones, Sharon Sams,
; ,
'11, 'I".{,,,..;, '; The Dean's Scholar program Dec.3 at St.James United Methodist weighed 9 lb. 3 oz.. and measured Mrs. Jessie Mae Berry, MS.'Velma Won' by Trish Jones "
, t, ,' Church 400 Reid St.Scheduled 21V4! inches. She joins two-year-old
: .
recognizes those students who have
: ; Mitchell,Min. Ross Chandler, Cunningham's -
;; tie
placed in the top 25 percent of all from 9:30: a.m. to 3:30 ,brother Clayton. Bar-B-Que, Ms. Martha ... 'Julia Alvarez tS Tllley.
.' p.m.. a catered lunch will be Paternal grandparents are' Joe !; "
entering college freshmen nationwide provided ; 'Wilson,. Mrs.: Margie Richardson, ,Elizabeth Stalnaker
and Ruth Riddick of :
and child care will be available.Bus Hampton
according to college entrance
Ms. Yvonne Boykin, and others
exam scores.' transportation will be provided Great-grandparents are Raymondand 964-3294
, '., ,*,", This year, 53 freshmen qualified if enough parents sign up by Monday Maternal Bonnie Baxter of Johnson. throughout of tickets the community.Price are: $5 in advance,
.11 t or the award, which carries with it Nov 18. For'more information! grandparents are' $6 at the door children 3.133 I \
", .\ 5hhoi.f'} : iKcTi1 ftalf'tunlon acholarlJltllJ t+/1 E1Rht \f .: B{ -, >the BradforcL C4,. Claude Gainesville.and Marian Thompson of .. .,at the door4 ;- ages 107 E. Edwards Road
ethrdofnce Greatgrandmothers"are
''School (964-6800). '
i' proximately $1,600 for the tUdent s' ,
Doris Hall, Ruby Thompson and ;
first at Lee College.
. ', year ,Belle Brown all of Starke.
1+),, ,
\' Lee College is a four year liberal
',' arts college miles
Larry Charles Brown, Jr.
northeast of Chattanooga
", Focus on Careers :' Larry C. and Allison Brown of ,
Single Parents, Starke announce the birth of a son, ,
1. UDC .Larry Charles,Jr.,born Nov.8 at St. .
Weeks -
Chapter Homemakers "
ProgramIf Vincents Hospital in Jacksonville. .' ,
. :- ., 'i. Meets Monday you are interested in developinga He joins two sisters,'Michelle,and ," .". ",.

,:; i\! 'J'. 'The W.T. Weeks Chapter of the new career or making the transition .Tracy.Maternal. ',. ,'.,. ,' ., ""j,j,,Wi To 1\ ',, ..' PUBLICNOTICE ,'"", ,//I""'.!,, '
grandparents are \\r' '
, from r'
< UDC will meet on Monday, Nov. 21 homemaking ,\ ,' }' ,i! \\ 11 '
, the Bradford employment FOCUS ON CARERS Patricia Hayes of Starke and Mr. ; /"JI:: \ \ : !,, l :
y at .
) Restaurant
Family :
1i t ';\ .
at Santa Fe Community Fay Hayes of'Boca Raton. Great- r., 'J :'J 1 : \ r
at 11 a.m. College can ''fit
r assist you in the decisions necessary grandparents. Troxell of are Mr. &: Mrs. EarlP. ,: !t' \;,\ '/\Y:: ) '
to pursue a new career path. Lawtey. ,
; ."
are & ,, '
The two-week seminar begins Paternal grandparents Mr. .' W"'' I ,
Dec. 5 and will be held daily from 9 Mrs. Mitchell Brown of Lawtey and ," ;yryr" : I '.,..)'
Rip O'Steen Speaks. a.m. to 2 p.m. Services provided dur- ,Mr. &: Mrs. Russell Spell of Jackson-- : :Mi:j11 \,' ,,; .
Club ing this two-week program Include! ville. Great-grandmother, is :Mrs. /11/' \'(:" ,'., \ .., ;,
To Woman's Purvis Brown of ,' 1,' .
vocational and career assessment,;,, Lawtey -,1'1.\\ ,
,, A',, > I. ,:,', '
Administrator of the' "- ;1./1,/ ;
Rip O'Steen. job search activities, information, fit' '., fl, '
Bradford Hospital, spoke to the about high wage/high placement op-, "
i' ,members of the Woman's Club at I portunities in vocational education, 'Community News..,
'"* their regular monthly meeting on ,and personal growth skills including '
The annual assembly: of the First '
Wednesday, Nov. 9. He outlined services self-esteem assertiveness and Born Church of the Living God Inc., Bait' ; known that Bronson Cable-'
of the Bradford Hospital which'I motivation. .. was held the week of November 7-12
I' have been updated and pointed out The program is FREE for adult for the North Fla. Diocese in West
,,; how fortunate we are to be part of residents of Alachua or Bradford Palm Beach. '
. '', ",'" the Santa Fe Medical Center Counties but registration is re The members of the First Born vision Inc. ;; a Florida Corporation is
',' :,; 'i,:',' t', organization with' the 'advantages quired.To enroll in the Dec. 5-16 program Church of Starke' welcome back
,:\1 L''''i'.' that it offers.. call ''Andrea Ashley at .
their pastor. Elder Gary and Sister '
", U""" ,.> New equipment is being added to 3955393. June Cohen and family for another, currently vying 'for a letter of' Right ,
I: the Bradford Hospital with various uplifting church year.,
";, tests being given.' G'ville NSDAR Services will be held'on Friday'
,( ,
;:' '. 4 Mrs. Mona Canova, Music Chairman evening at 6 for Tarrying and '
i, ,,' : I,, assisted by Mrs. Margie Hosts LuncheonThe Worshiping Sunday p.m. services every to Work and Operate 'Cable TV in

..' ,i, Thomson presented a sing-along Gainesville Chapter NSDAR' Sunday, with Sunday School at 10:30:
', ;\ i program, of patriotic songs with hosted a luncheon at the Heritage a.m., and morning worship at 11:30: '
member participation.:with's Club on Wednesday Nov. 9 honoringthe i a.m., evening worship at 6 p.m. on Bradford County' FL. Brotl'sonCabl
: -
The meeting opened and 4th ,
State Regent, Mrs.'John E, the 2nd Sundays. Everyoneis
luncheon. The

,,,;'',' : ,' Devotional Thanksgiving was given by decorations Mrs. Betty Drolshagen Members of of Plant the City.Col." Samuel. Revival..Revival..Revival welcome. :' The vision Inc. has recently :been

,', :Haas. Paper turkey Elbert Chapter NSDAR, who at" time is here. Evenagelist Early .
I tables out
were used on the carrying of Faith First Born
tended were Mrs. Herbert Thomas, Brown Temple
,. .the Thanksgiving motif., Mrs. W.J. Frick Mrs. Joseph War r Church of St. Augustine will be running '
president awarded in Brooker
,I.: ,i. Mrs. Saundra Green, ren, Mrs. George Brown'all of a spirit-filled revival at the First city
conducted the business meeting Church of Starke the week of
Starke, Mrs.,. J.D. Henderson Mrs.: Born ,
; announced there would be no bridge Robert Reitinger. Mrs. W.H.' Nov.' 21-25. Come to the services
luncheons at the club until January. beginning at 8 and hear and Worthington Springs
Redfearn, Mrs. David Taber Jr., of nightly p.m. Hampton
p' Hostesses for this meeting were Keystone Heights. this man of God.
i'' Lillie Bridges, Elva Lee Edwards
" Willie Mae Denton, Joella Hardy,' .
Etta Faye Thornton, Maxine Gib-, and will build, outlying areas.. Tom
Virginia Ekard. Guests -
. son, and present

j r i",., ,;,Mrs.Marcia included Flossie Bedell.Prescott Mrs.. Louise and Lyons Mrs.,, SL" AIR. ?$' AUTHORIZEDTERMITE CONTROL AND,PEST;' Hulett' is the president ''of Bronson

f" School Menus Cablevision.. ':There will be a Public

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Page*" TELEGRAPH November 11, 19811

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By Rev Ed Kirkland M.DIv.. pastor of, the Kingsley Lake Baptist (
Church, located 10 minutes east of Starke on Hwy. 16 at Kingsley Lake. ) \\1 3 @ g
Rev. Kirkland answers questions on the family In this column from a
Christian perspective. Send your question or comment to.;' How's The .i i

Family,.6337 Seminole St,, SUrke r'l. 32091, I I" .. !....

Dear Rev. Kirkland *

"HoW The Family* was perfect'timing. I really needed it. We're try \"
Ing to live through and understand the teenage years'Thank you from the 1i

bottom of my heart. Your article Is going, right up on the frig Jacksonville! ,Downtown Merchants

Thank you so much for taking time to encourage met You can't help but Planning Big 1988
wonder sometimes if it's worth the effort to write a column such as this.
Because of your letter and similar comments from others, I've decided to Christmas Season i fV
return to the papers after the past few months of rest. Feel free to en- ,
courage me. (and my editors, ), any timebDear ) 1Zrt pt

. . . . The Starke Downtown Merchants Association an-
Rev. Kirkland, / nounces its exciting plans to kick off the 1988 Christmas -
I'm married and have a young child, but my mother still trying to run Season with the following plans;

my life. She accuses me of never taking her advice about my daughter. .FRIDAY & SATURDAY, Nov 25-26; Giant Sidewalk/ .
How do I get her to back off and accept her the way she is?'Also, she Is Sale r
against us having another child.She's not raising them, so what concern Is SATURDAY, Dec. ,
10, 10 a.m."A Christmas, In'
it of tier's? How can we keep communication open when all we do is fight! ? Strawberry land". The annual Christmas Parade the 2

For marriage to work property, there must be a new union Orange formed! Park bet- downtown area. Santa arrives by'' horse-drawn sleigh.
Following the there will be
parade performances at : -
ween you and your husband, versus you and your parents. The Rjjhii* ,i SFCC center, a dance performance, band concert,play
teaches must "leave"
you your parents for this to be possible. Obey);:/ correctly "V by SFCC and parade award presentations. Free rides'
this should ease some of your frustration because it plat /control v with Elves in a horse-drawn carriage will be from it'a. .
over your family with you and your husbandwhere it belongs \ ;/ .m' to :t p.m., and pictures with Santa In the antique +
Care for
your mother and listen to her advice, whether asked forVr not tgh will be taken. __
But, in becoming secure In your new union, you can gain peace to respond AN OPEN HOUSE by Downtown Merchant wilt( be ,,.
as her friend instead of child, even when not treated that way. In tirJe, she held also on Dec. 10 from li a.m. to i p.m. Select from '
will probably begin to understand and accept her new role in your life and "Santa Specials", free drawings, refreshments, ,. \ tll' ,.... .... L : TiThe
the problems will reduce. Remember, she's having to adjust too, and most i I and much morel :>0 :". .' ..4J".-
periods of adjustment Include some friction. Stop trying. to change how she ''So come out and get In the Christmas spirit earlyl 41' _;..-.". .
treats you and concentrate on your reaction to her. Enjov the'decorationa and "

friendly community atmosphere 'Perfect Gift...
\ of shopping' at home. You will be s ,,
1( f surprised how 'easy and enjoyable Vivian Chappell shows off one of her homemade fruit cakes she bakes
and each Christmas
I ,4 your shopping can bet( gives season. _.
Go to Library For Travel GuidesIf 1

you want to understand China compelling text and brilliant color
take the train, as the author Paul photographs of Gypsies of the World f Make This Holiday Cakeby
Theroux did, to every province of the by Tomasevic and Zamurovic. 1 1Hampton
People's Republic. You are invited to accompany \
t The Bradford County Public Katherine Hepburn on a ''strange

1 Library has a new collection of journey into darkest Africa along Brenda Bawk Fruit Cakbi... .
I i travel books, by insightful contem- with the most fascinating group of Make a fruit cake early to save \ ........
porary authors, and invites the people ever to make a legendary time during the holidays. It's a I pound buft f -
adventurous reader along on the movie,miracle happen in The Making delicious gift to share with family 4 cup flour. ''I'
journey of a lifetime. of the African( Queen. Hepburn's and friends 10.gas i i 'k,
Free flights, free trips, senior first book. HilitesBy Vivian Chappell bakes her fruit 6 cup chopped patens,
R 1 travelvacations that cater to your Take a sweeping look at the whole Cake early so she has time for holiday -, 2 cups sugar
mind, your spirit and your sense of panorama of North Carolina by, projects. After baking it, she 4 tabUipooni' vanilla
thrift are revealed in the New' World checking out North Carolina;* 'a Dolores Meng Birthdays Celebrated..,. wraps it in aluminum foil along with 4 tablaipoons lemon flavoring \,
of Travel by Frommer History by Powell Wildlife in North Phone 468-1915 Clayton Riddick of Hampton Lake wax paper and stores it in the: I pound candlod chorrloi
Away for the Weekend by Eles nor. ''Carolina, edited by Jim Dean, or // 'celebrated his Nov. 4 second birthday freezer. t pound candied. plnoopplo
Berman, cites 52 great getaways in It Takes All New/'Arrival... *. t to I %
Summer by Matter and < with a Mickey Mouse decorated '"If it makes it to the freezer"Vivian cup coconut
the six New England States 'for' ,Birds of the Carolina by Potter. Danny and Sheryl Riddick of cake which he shared with relativesand says, referring to her husband, i Cream butter, 'eggs and sugar.;
every season of the year.- Hampton Lake'proudly announce friends.' Hiram, and and son Cory, who love, Add vanilla and lemon flavoring.
Michael Crichton shows 'us in Tony Chamberlain shows Us the 72 the birth of their.daughter Kelly Christina Meng celebrated her this holiday treat. Son Mike Is, 'no Stir V4 the flour'into the creamed in-,<
Travel that travel is not a vision of best downhill areas in North Lynn.'She.was born on Nov. 4, at sixth birthday' which occurred on problem; he doesn't like it.', gredients.' ,
escape but one of. exhilaration, a ,'America, in his. critical guide,to Alachua General Hospital in Nov. 6 with a trip on Saturday to the They still can sample i i the fruitcake Add the ,mixture to a large bowl
'testing of self and educa- Alpine SM :Areas the containing the nuts,' fruit and
spiritual ; of U.S.and \Gainesville and weighed 9 lb. 3 oz. Jacksonville Museum with her because Vivian uses the small re-
tion from the beautiful waters off Canada (trail maps are featured. for measuring 21V4: Inches.,She joinedher parents, Kevin and Patti Meng and amount of leftover batter to make maining flour.' Use a tube pan lined
.Venezuela to the serene border of each area). with wax to bake/the fruit
., brother Clayton, on his second brother Daniel. On Sunday they had cupcakes. paper
Zaire birthday. a party with friends at the Kidspace'Park Vivian likes to give the cake to cake at 300 degree for 1 % hours.
Florida Historic Home by Finally, if you go with Off Season, paternal grandparents are Joe in Gainesville, where they had friends at Christmas. She leaves one Use the leftover batter\ ,to .make
Stewart is a fascinating guide filled A Guide to Visiting the Western National cupcakes for sampling.
and Ruth Riddick of Hampton. birthday cake and lots of exercise. in her mailbox during Christmas for
with lively anecdotes about history, Parks Without the Crowds; Great-grandparents are Raymondand Mary Hersey the mail carrier.
homes and personalities fromFlorida's you'll'find' Information on places Bonnie Baxter of Johnson. Visitors. "It is "
the human .. very good, says Ms. Quick Quiche
colorful past. All 65 where imprint is light ,, Maternal grandparents are Hersey -
.i notable dwellings are' open' to'the and the signs of civilization! are few: I, Claude and Marion Thompson of, home Wilmajean following Terry a three has week returned visit After spending time decorating 10 ouncoi grotod cheddar. chooM :
public.' Gainesville. Greatgrandmothersare three Halloween cakes for the 3 ...*
1 Call the Bradford Public with family members In Columbus
Journey into the hidden world of Library ,
at 964-6400 for information. Doris Hall, Ruby Thompson and Ohio., Hampton carnival, Vivian whips up 1 egg yolk t
gypsy .life:' and culture through; the more Belle Brown, all of Starke. f Daryl and 'Stella Brewer of a quick quiche for dinner. '/> pint whipping croom "
Gainesville( spent Saturday with with'''a recipe from her' friend, Salt and poppor to-t oat.S ." '
their Danny Martin and Bette Geri (Mrs. Jim) Lewis, Vivian puts Inch pie shall *WIW| '
son dinner that time Beat .nd whiri>)Jog cream ..
Smith,; together a gives her .ego. |I (
% Catalog ''1.- ."... f ..*; "J / Add cheese into | '
e f' .. ,,, ( <* ",'. to put the finishing touches on the together" anapaur
November Birthdays... cakes. pie shelL Bake at 350 degree for 40
Home It is a great breakfast recipe, VIvian minutes.
Appliances & Nov.
; 1 -Stacey McGregor; said.A .
Karrie Lee
Andy Redding;
perfect recipe for a busy
'. Electronics 4--Johnathon Woodardr Mabel schedule because is
Storeear NesSmith. Medford Connelly; quick it simple and Church of God

yn::. =:- ...:...:: : '('l Sarah 5-Evelyn Underwood Vaughan,;Gerald Jordan Brown;, Having Bake Sale

'lNG' 7-Daisy Fort Mark Parado; The Starke Church of God Ladies
8--Johnny Hodges; Matthew Ministries will be having a Bake
Dyal'; 10-Sandra Aviles; 11-Andy Capt. & Mrs Watson Sale on Saturday, Nov. 19 from. 8-12
FREE -AND1.'NG' Smith; 12-Crystal Murphy, SidRussell' -noon in front of Wino Dixie
13-Glenn Friese, Brian ,Open'House1125Captain If you have a special order please
'Davis Mindy call 964-5445 or 964-8583. '
Hersey, Jewel Young; & Mrs. Jack N. Watson
14-Mike DazlnskL Stacey Rhoden, will be receiving friends and
w Steve Brown; 15-Louann Hill.. relatives at an open house at his
days only November 16tnru 19
parents' home in Hampton on Friday -\
Nov. 25, from 7-9 p.m. The open Interest In model railroad-
free Hampton, Elementary'School house follows their marriage of Nov., Ing as a hobby began after'
NO SHIPPING, Enjoy shipping Don't miss a '19 in the Seattle Temple of the the Chicago World's Fair of

and handling on chance to buy Thanksgiving Holidays... Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day, 193334.Model'railroad exhibits -
Saints, at the fair .
& HANDLING spurred
all display items sale items and No school in session Nov 23-24-25. ,this Interest. '

CHARGES'' on the saVe on shipping Pizza Treat... .
On Friday the 5th grade class and ,----.
sales floor. and
on orders handling, too! three top ticket sellers from the
other grades were treated to a pizza CAFE GOURMETAcross
from lunch at the Pizza Hut in Starke.,
placed ,((, Save on toys, Buy now onSearsCharge. 'This was a reward for selling the from the High School Starke .
most tickets for the Halloween
any current clothes. .everything a treat from the PTO and Carnival the'" ..::iS... ,Open: 11 am-6 pm Monday- Sat. Closed Sun. "

Sears stocks for choose Pizza Hut.,
Sears :catalogs Accompanying the students were
catalog. Buy more, Deferred Credit Principal Mary Ann Kyle, teacher', Come In to register for a
from November for Mindy LeBlanc, PTO President o>F
and major purchases
save more Sallye Scoggins. Bus Driver Jackie 'Spirit
16 thru 19' Christmas shop make no payment Ellington,and Diane Brown.. ALL of.Starke"THRU

for everyone. ''til January. ** with this 30, _T-ShIrt to be given'away


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telephone call to ((904)'264-3000 or ((904)).488-13O4 will. be answered as

''promptly as possible.
Turn to Sears Wish Book,. Fall/Annual catalogs and .
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I Santa Fe' is' Big, Physical,' Aggressive

With Speed.., to ,Burn in Backfields

Excellent team speed, hard hitting both Santa Fe touchdowns on runs of team. Last season Santa Fe lost bad-
and very aggressive is the book 64 and 20 yards. In 1987 Lumpkin ran ly to Live Oak in the state play-offs.
on 8-1 Santa Fe High which will host for 218 yards on 27 carries against Santa Fe runs a 4-3 defense
!9-0 Bradford High in the final gameof BHS. Lumpkin's speed enabled him balanced against end runs. There is
the season this Friday night,Nov. to turn the corner on end runs and one middle linebacker. Four

18. score Qne touchdown on a run of 68 players tackle, defensive,end, a
Santa Fe has won the last two yards and set up another TD with a linebacker and cornerback are on
years, 14-0 in 1986 and 21.7 in 1987. run of 49 yards. The defense scored each side. It would appear that San-
BHS last won in 1985,a 28-0 shutout the BUS touchdown in
1987, a block- ta Fe could be run on up the middle,
by a Tornado team that went on to ed punt which Malachi Jenkins and but Head Tornado David Hurse says
the state playoffs Keith Jenkins blocked, and Malachi, the outside players cheat enough inside .
Running back Orian Lumpkin is picked up the loose football and ran and are such good athletes that
the key to the Raiders. Lumpkin has 10 yards for the score. running up the middle isn't as easyas
'excellent speed can stop( and turn In 1988,Santa Fe is at the top of its, it appears. S.Fe uses two deep
on ,a dime, In 1986 Lumpkin scored< cycle with a senior and experienced safties.

Offensively,the Raiders look a lot 4
like the Tornadoes. Santa Fe runs
from a wing-T, the power-I, and the
slot. Lumpkin is dangerous around .,q I
the ends,and on the power-I off right
THANKYOU tackle with a power back l and pulling ) S
guard ahead of him.

Closing In...
Thai """"atll1eolIlUS' defender dot a
clear ibo..tile MeaM ballcarrier(at
," loft)and leveled. Un with a perfect ,: ,""
tackle. \\0"1\
: The Tornao defense fan their biggest "-
; : challenge this week at Santa Fe. .

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What's Going to,Happen Next??
Tornadoes Go 9-0
,Are We Living In Those Last days? ,

BENHOLTZENDORF "Prophecy? Message" by Rev> D.M Weston, Pastor

God's Calendar of Last Day' Events '
'\ With Nease Win
7:00: p.m. Each Sunday Night

'Community Bible/Church Tornado' footballers ,rolled' 42-0 facing Santa Fe for the Dist. 2 chamPions -

Pratt & Christian Streets ((2 Blks from Hwy 301)) over 0-8 Nease High for their ninth hip in' Alachua4figh'Springs'
victory of the surprising 1988 seasonon this Friday night Nease fell(to 0-9\
Florida 32091 I
Starke the Bradford High field last Friday BHS scored four of the five times it
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IICI'lIi.7tl/28Q night, had the football; for a 35-0 halftime
ft leaves Bradford High i 9-0 and lead. Everybody played in the, se-
cond half Coach David Hurse kenl
the football on,the ground with no
fancy stuff, Still the BHS offense
recorded two more scores in the second
', half. '
SERVKiTARHighPowered Nease got 'Into Tornado'territoryonly

twice, but'could not move the
M football against the Tornado

Savings y1TI I Uil defense'Bright,spot for Nease wits the pass

receiving of wide receiver Alan
Brewer who knew how to get a first
down. Brewer caught 8 passes for 70

Now thru Sat. Nov. 26 yards. "'
'Running I back Clint Reed led, in
'yards gained with 188 yduds'on 25
Skll 'V N1st" EMHART carries, including three touchdownruns
y 'N M--- lW V of 30, 4, and 51 yards. Running
back Greg Pittman gained 103 yardsin :
13,carries. Including touchdownruns
,Super_Twist, THERmOGRIR s of 10 and 25 yards. ..,
Rodney Mosley, playing some
Cordless Screwdriver: Glue Gun offense, at the start of, the game.
recorded the first Tornado TD from

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r 7' Two eight yard runs by 'Reed and
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QOJHB&' If MillIllCTIIC hit and fumbled Nease recovered on i
c 4-Pack Soft White the 15, but on its first down RB Chris
CarpenterGlue _.T Zub fumbled with BHS DE Chris
Y Light Bulbs Dinkins recovering on the Panther
16 Reed ran for one yard, Pittmanfor
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but dropped It, tried to pick up the
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overran, Tornado Travis Long a
with,Bulbs Extension Cord member of the kick-off team, pickedup
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application and clean-up with water. Pamtable s 1&1 yards. But Tornado DE Chris.
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,$ 99 tackling QB, Vince Hurst for a' 10
9 ,77 yard loss, back to the Tornado 45.'
SPECIAL PRICE,V SPECIAL PRICE ,After a 28 yard punt. BHS\ took over
,again on its own 25.'" '
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from out after
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,cast and,ell!}IIm1S only.
,After runs of 1,9,8,5,3,8,1-1,2,and 4
yards. It was 35-0 with 3:46: remainIng -
in the second period.In .
the second half Nease,unable to
HARDWARE &' move the football on the ground,

"i ,' kept the football in the air.throwing
,' 26 times and completing 10 the
SUPPLY {.;; longest a 21 yarder by WR Darin "
SERVlltTARACME North. QB Hurst completed passes
; of -2, 11, 7. 5, 13, 4, 21, 10, 13, and 8

\. Call Street : : yards.Coaches. 'Mike-Sexton and David

nurse substituted freely,with every
\ ,STARKE:: Tornado, except those injured, getting -,
in on the action.
The two other ,Tornado.
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! drive was three plays from the BHS
; 41. RB Jackson ran for 20 yards.j' .,

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Work Cut Out for, BHS "'I",, .'.'i.i".v+" ,'


Santa Fe is Big Challenge

"If they beat us, they'll have to hurt an opponent: ,enough to keep them Ta Fe defense
,earn It," Head Coach David Hurse "1 think we stack up pretty even," from stacking up against the run. rt+"? r
says of the upcoming battle at 8 p.m. says Coach Sexton. 'I don't have a That means BHS must throw the
Friday ,night, Nov. 18, at Santa. Fe player on our defense that I'd trade football without getting it Intercepted -
High. (with Santa Fe). We're just as aggressive .
Santa Fe, 8-1, has a veteran team over-all. We've got a good The kicking game is vital. BHS
that is physical and fast, particularly defensive ball club. can't afford To allow Santa Fe's ret
,ijn the secondary and backfield. BHS must do some things offensively Freddie Solomon and Damon Wrightto F-R; ?
And the Raider offensive. line to win, says Coach Sexton. return punts and kickoffs for _
outweighs BHS about 20-25 pounds' Last year, In the 21-7 loss, the BHS touchdowns. That's the way Santa :
per man defense forced some turnovers but Fe has broken open several games
BHS ,its quicker, over-all says the 1987 offense could not capitalizeon this season. "We must have, excellent -
Coach Hurse. BUS, at 9-0. has the opportunities. punt coverage," says Coach
already surpassed expectations for Orian Lumpkin scored both Hurse. And BUS punter Allen
'the 1988 season. This team was sup- touchdowns in 14-0 Santa Fe win in Jenkins must get off some good
posed to be better than the 5-5 team 1986 Last year Lumpkin gained 218 punts to keep Santa Fe back in its
Of 1987 and it is Still the Tornadoeswill :yards on 27 carries,had a 68 yard TD ,own territory .
be the underdog to Santa Fe, run and a 49 yard run to set up "It's the best Santa Fe team I've
J987 District Champion and this.yearat another TD in the 21.7 Santa Fe win :seen," says Coach Hurse Strengthof ,
the top of a cycle. _, ,Still Coach Sexton says. "I like the Santa Fe team is in the -- ,,-- -,- I II I
This game will be a battle for the our chances linebackers, Plus, Santa Fe is play. .. -_.......--'.--. .". .' ,--. ... ,_. ." ,
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District 5 championship. Both BHS It'll be a battle between a good.quick ing at home. "They've got -I _'1"j j
and Santa Fe are 6-0 In the district. team against!! a bigger, everything going,for them says, Hard Pursuit .
The winner will advance to the state stronger team with speed to burn in Coach Hurse. BUS linebacker Tr *U Long(3)and defensive end Chris DlnUiu(80)are about to converge on the Allen NMMballcarrier. I
play-offs. The winner'' of the BHS- the backs and receivers So,. BHS is the underdog. But this '
Santa Fe game will face Crystal l "1 feel like our team has Improvedover Tornado team has some offense togo '
River.which has its district;district the last three weeks. We're as'' with its rugged defense."If .
championship nailed down. At the ready to play Santa Fe as we'll ever. we don't turn tahe football BHS Faces Biggest Challenge. ,
regional level, the winner of theY be," says Coach David Hurse 'over, and ,if we can force some
River will play''' Live The team that makes the fewest .," : -
Crystal game mistakes Coach Hurse from 7ALumpkln
says. 85,162;
page the pitch man on the option play and ing, No 210-12, strong aggressive -
Oak up here,at either BIDS or Santa mistakes will win the game, says BUS will play without starting left '
runs some behind right also runs pass routes. and quick.Spradling is kepton
,Fe is the main difference Coach Hurse.BUS must cut down on' guard Lorenzo Hall who sustainedan tackle John Martin, iNo. 70. 6-3, Main Santa Fe offensive plays are the weak side because teams run
The offense( its mistakes, have turnovers '
no costly ankle injury in the Nease ,
Tornado team and game 25012. Best Santa Fe lineman, according the ends runs by Lumpkin. the off- away from Santa Fe's strong side,
between this Hurse
says. And, Santa Fe will be without a ,
and ne's thtroAnthony
to BHS scouts is left guard tackle isolation, from the power-I
which lost 14-0 and 1981
of Several
those 1986 things are keys to BHS 'starting weak side cornerback Jeff
which lost 21-7 to Santa Fe In 1985': winning the game: Robinson also expected to be out Anthony Brooks No 5-11,220-12.. with everybody blocking ahead of Wright, No. '25, 5-io,
who pulls and leads the backs. Both the fullback
'when BUS was 12-1, the Tornadoesbeat The BUS defense will have to con- with a turned ankle.: Robinson was Lumpkin trap with 175-12ls known as the S.Fe hit man
28-0. Since, the Tor- are big, aggressive, and quick. Quarterman, and the 34 and 35 op- at the strong side cornerback who
Santa Fe tain Orian Lumpkin and the other' also the Santa Fe extra kicker, ,
point "
nado defense has been tough, but the speedy Raider backs. If Lumpkin Center',Wesley Carter: No. 75, is tion.Power back Greg Lewis,No.34, also plays outside linebacker. .j r.. ,, ',;.f.' ',';
offense has been lacking. gets through the front seven, BUS Local Connection... solid and makes few mistakes. Left Wright is strong and aggressive with ""I,, : '\ ' In the Newberry game, the 1988 has nobody who can catch him. The Remember Rany ,the tackle Is Ed Mallard. No. 56, 1HI1 the outside linebacker on defense excellent speed.. Strong side outside ,' ,'' .r I' r, 'N"I';JM! t;
BHS offense Jelled and is expected to same is true of receiver Freddie fullback the Tornado Joyner 185-12, who has good quickness and leads Lumpkin on the isolation linebacker is Greg Lewis, No. 34. 'I' ""Ir\Wi,' :\ !; 'fl..
be a force in the Santa Fe game. Solomon and Damon Wright. team on of the 70's championship gets the job done Right guard is 5-11, 225-111 who is big, strong, and ,' '. .'ii: j
The 'Tornado defense will be ..The, BHS offense will have 'to Carlos Cain, No. 54, ATough, Defense..* ,drives hard on runs. ;\" ';' :: t':I
,No. '
son, Phillip plays iri\
tough says Coach Mike Sexton, the, move the football.If BUS can't move for Santa Fe Tight end (I..* StiiarfHanooPk'Nn Santa Fe uses a 4-3 defense mainly Middle linebacker Rick DeWess, ,:;/," ?;, ':' \1
defensive coordinator. '"We'll have'to the ball it'll be night. BUS : ,11,'5-11,170-11., Hancock is replacing with two deep safties. No. 42, 5-11, 200-12, is a solid, hard '
play our best football game-t ,must maintain controt'of the football BUS Starting Line-Ups... Melvin Spradling, No. 85,6-2,210-12, Each side of the front has four hitting performer., ,
beat Santa Fe,"" says Coach Sexton., keep it out of the hands of the' the normal starter who has excellent players, a DT, DE, OSLB, and CB. Defensive tackles Michael ?I, '
The defense must contain OnanLumpkm ,.dangerous Santa Fe offense.' Offense:' Center ',Terry'. .speed, hands and moves. Spradling The defense is set for the run.' Freeney.No. 55,5-9,245-12,and Dennis ; '.' ,I'
,, the: speedster'' who can ,BHS,must 'be,able,to pass well Whitehead.; : Chris a'lso"the'startlng weak side Best defensive player is weak side Yancey,No.40,5-11,185-U.come ,', .
'linebacker; needs to be watched on outside linebacker Melvin Spradl hard and quick., .',
down and out passes.Quarterback !" : '
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November IT..1988 TELEGRAPH Pane 9A

'Big Crowd 'Expected I

<.:".,;;: ,:' : At LUIS-Raider Game

A good Tornado crowd Is needed at Coach Hurse
the big Santa Fe High and Bradford Most direct route to Santa Fe High
ra High* (football 18)8at Santa l'e- from Starke is first go to Brooker.
, 1 CR-235 runs north and south through
., ;,:, ;, !, Coach David Hurse Is betting on a Brooker.Take CR 235 south and stay
, ''" "'!; ';' ,. good crowd to support the Tornadoes on it all the way to US-441 At 441,
, ,:c"Ji-T ''-7'- ' the right aide just a mile or soy !
L game. Coach Hurse is advising peo- CR-235S from Brooker goes to
pIe to get there early to get a seat. Cooter Pond, where there is a ,Y in ,iP :
"Bradford carries a big crowd. the road.There, stay on 235 and turnto 14 i
Our kids will know they're with the right. Go through LaCro&se
1 '. ',' them.. We're counting on that,"says and on to US-441.

;: / BBS In Good-Shape
, : :, ,,:
I ., \ Every Bradford High footballer' linebacker Bill Hamilton had 8
,", ": {,.' that wasn't hurt or ill got to play in 'tackles and 2 assists to lead the Tor-
,',\ ""I,',,':':' ,; e' the 42-0 romp over Nease High last nado effort."T"means a tackle"A"means ,: '1!
',.1' ;'" ". Friday, No. 11. an assist. "* ,
..,!i' ';', :. "There isn't much to say,' except Nomvt T A ". ""' :
\' ., everybody got to play," said Coach Bill Hamilton B 2 '< 'y' I ,
,, J ;, David Hurse The BHS defense Jimmy Lang 3 ;' ,',, ,
.1\.1'I": .,' played well said Coach Mike Sex- Travis long 8 2 ., ,..., "
'" on. Rodney MotUy 4 2 .
, ;,,\", Coach Hurse wanted to work on Kevin Finch 2 2 .... .'. "'.''' "
:\ !(T" I'.; .' the Tornado passing' attack, but T.rry Berry 2'((j 1 .,_ '. I ,< :' ;''''':'V), ;',,,\i I' .: .' ': .
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",,.''",,'.';,' ; couldn't because he had to prevent Roland Scholar 1 1 .: : :J") '." ,11't\ "i. I. 'c. ,, ftYl' --..... ." I\\
'running the score up. Hurse called K.llh Jonkln 1 2 I.
running, plays to use the time up. .ChrU Dink In. 0 Mad Scramble... l t. -; ?, ,. ; : .

the Most front of the seven tackles the were four made down by 1 Al Icon' Jon.Jackaon. I t BUS and Neue player converge oo the.ball'curler.,the one sided' contest The Tornadoes Improved" their record to 90 with the Mn..d face top ranked I

linemen, the two Inside linebackersand BHS lockM N....QB Vine Hurst(Ivtlmoti unfolded at Tornado Field. 1 Santa Fe on the road for the district championship: this Friday nl,;ht., .
two outside linebackers. Inside IB Travis Long had two ; :'>7.';," ". ; ,' \' ,<;';..

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i ;:: ;,,: came with Pint, Downs '" 'II ,' "'"'i. 10 EF/DonnN Prancts*hick j 'c'Y'!'\,, '
':: (,,1;,>,11 a second left on the clock when KB 1)) BradfordPrancls -,Clint B."d. JO yard run. .tPt
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pi 4) .,ad,...... Leon Jackson Y'yard run'


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BUS Cheerleader TavU Holding had plenty to cheer: about Friday night; during the big BUS victory over Allen
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' .:" The Bradford High 'girls Cross With Tennant within nine secondsof Both the BHS boys and girls ran -E"1'
country runners placed eighth in the her best time and four of the other their best races of the,year says
Region I Cross Country Championships ,girls having PR's, the girls held Coach Loper "
I run at Jake Gaither Golf, their peak for the region competi- 'That concludes the season but it
Course in Tallahassee. ;tion, points out Coach George Loper. couldn't have been on a'more
Leon High won the girl's race with Niceville High won the boys team positive note, says Loper.:.The BUS I
'28 points. Winner was Michelle Jer-' title with 46 points.,Bradford High objective was to try to get to the
nigan .of Leon High with a .time of, was 11th with 264 points. Winner of' regional meet, and they got there
11:21.. : the boys' race was Ray Carter of The PR's show the runners "...did
't, Ramona Tennant led the Bradford Leon High who ran the three miles In just a fantastic job,"Loper says,obviously -'
High girls and was 16th over-all with ,15 minutes flat.< I proud, of his Tornado run-1 TIME' : '11':00: AM,: NOV. 22 1988
a' time of 13:03: for the two mile Cam Ward led the'' BHS boys ners.. .. ,
course, about nine seconds off her' finishing 29th with a PR time of The experience gives much to look '
,best. The other BHS finishers were: 17:23.: Ward knocked 23 seconds off; forward to next year, since the only PLA'CE': US ,301 & Washington Ave.
.Glenda Rosier 31st, 14:05 a per, his previous best.' The other BHS, senior' is Cam Ward Coach Loper
'/' sonal best '(PR); Kim Hampton finishers were: Larry Green, '36th, says. '
'44th, 14:47: a'PR; Krista OeM, 45th' 17:48: a PR; Kenny DeSue?, 62nd "An awful lot of the success is that Starke Florida
14:48: a PR; Della Scott, 67th,17:00.: 18:58: a'PR; Blake Thomas,'64thK 1 the runners believed in themselvesand :
''a PR; Yolanda Wanton 72nd 21:58., 19:06: a PR; 'Vernon Griffin, 78th,. believed they could' do It,"Loper I INSPECTION AM
2322.: says\) : 9 Day of Auction,

I BHS Lineup .. . TERMS': $10,000, Down 'Day of 'Sale,

Defense: tackles: Kevin Finch 165-11; strong', side end; Jimmy MosTey,' 175-12.. Defensive I backs: Balance aClosin9.Assumable' 1 stand
208-11, and Keith Jenkins 175-11 r Long, 185-12;. Inside linebackers: cornerbacks; Lance Wiggins 140-11. .
I' Sam linebacker: Dane Clark 185-12, Bill Hamilton, 197-12; and Travis and Terry Berry 162-10, and middle '
j ::2nd for Qualified
weak 'side end;, Chris Dinkins Long. 185-11;i rover back; Rodney safety; Trammell Jones 17010.( Mortgage, Buyer.


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In the 1600s there was a tax on every fireplace (In England and Wales. ;

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THANK YOU ''the street from Bradford County High, School

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To the! v'oters"of 5, my sincere,

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is a limit to one entry per person each week. (except the,Tornadoes open week in that case, we
-, 2)) The entry must be on an official blank from the, will use the,Gator game) as a tiebreaker. Please fill
TELEGRAPH and must be dropped off at the In the points you think will be scored by the
TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday Tornadoes (Gators) and their opponent combined
r afternoon. Fill in all the blanks with either the name In'the' tiebreaker blank.,For Instance If the score in

( r ,; of the,team you think will win or"tie" if you think the,Tornado game was Tornadoes 19, Opponents 7,
r the game will end in a tie. The; person who picks the correct score was 26 points. '
the most names, right will:'win the; top prize., '4))All decisions of the judges will be final.A second
tiebreaker will._be used if necessary.

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.ON TO 1S88 First are: (l-r1 by Donnie rows Francis, Greg Pittman, John Third row: Roland Shafer, Derrick Long Kevin
BIGGER & BETTER THINGS 1' row Finch.Alton Young/'Travis Long, Terry Berry Jason
Patrick Marks. Junior Acevedo. Terry
Trammell Jones.
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LOUISE GOUDREAU.' and all parties against you ''arid you aro ,equlred to CASE NO.BS-389-CA TO REGISTER
I claiming to have any right title' or Interest serve a copy of your written d.f....... If DUVAL FEDERAL SAVINGS 4 LOAN FICTITIOUS NAME
In the property herein described. any to It on Eug.n. f.Shaw Husband' ASSOCIATION OF JACKSONVILLE, a corporation Pursuant to Section 863.09 Florida
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action attorney, whose address If 923-E North organized and existing under Statutes, notice I* hereby glv.n that the
Temple Avenue Stark Florida 32091 the law of ,the United State.
to foreclose a Mortgag. on the of undersigned, Richard Fr_... 1002 W.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR Commence at the Northeast corner of following property In Bradford County on'file or the before December" 1988, and America, Pratt St.. Stork. Florida 32091. sole
original with the clerk of this Plaintiff
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA said Section 36 and run South 00 degrees : ... owner, doing business under the firm
CIVIL ACTION No.88-441-CA 27'33" East, along the East line of said Th. South 922.4 feet of th. SE 1/4 of court either' before service on Husband'sottarn.y DIXON name of Cafe' Gourmet. 4S2 N, Temple
FLORIDA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN Section 36, a distance of 664 33 feet to the SE 1/4 of Section 33, Township 7 or thereafter; MARY HENRY, a/k/a MARY Avenue,, Stork., Fla 32091 Intend to
ASSOCIATION, th. Point of Beginning; thence continue South. Range 22 East, lying West of State otherwise a be entered HENRY POOLE; register sold fictitious name under the
Rood 100. against you for the relief demanded In PHILLIP R. DIXON, aforesaid statute.
South 00 degrees 27'33" cold
Plaintiff East along
East Line, 200.00 feet'Un North Less and Except:all existing roods and the petition. D.f.ndants.NOTICE Dated this 11th day'of November
'v.KIERT ; right of way. Said land containing 25 DATED on this 4th day of November OF SALE 1988, In Bradford
SUNDUSADEE .( ol.. 89 degree. 1547" West. 20000 feet; acre, more or let*, are located In Brad 1988. Notlc. I.I hereby given that, pursuant County.At"" 11/17.12/8
thence 27'33" "
Dfndant. run North 00 degrees
ford County, Florida GILBERT BROWN to o. Summary Final Judgment of Control 0900
NOTICE OF ACTION West 200.00 feet! run South 89 ,has been filed against you and you are A*Clerk of Court For.clo.ur..nt.rsd herein, I will sell ,
TO: KIERT SUNDUSADEE and THE degree. 13'47" East 200.00 f..t to th.
required to serve a copy of your written Control 0892 the property situated In Bradford County REQUEST FOR BIDS
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF KIERT SUN- Point of Beginning. Lying and being In defenses, If any to It on JOHN McE. 4tchg 11/10-12/1( Florida described a*: Competitive sealed bid will b.
DUSADEE IF ANY, at the lost know Bradford County Florida, MILLER, ESQUIRE Plaintiff's attorney, tot 9. Block 2, PINEHAVEN a* per Plat, received by the Department of Correction
' of Rout. 2, Box 403K Alder ,l whose address I I. 334 East Duval St., IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH thereof recorded In Plat Book 2, Page 65, *, Region II, Union Correctional In
man Road M.lrot., Fl. 32666 and Together with without limitation, the Jacksonville. .Flo. 322O2 on or before JUDICIAL of the Public Record of Bradford. County stitution. P.O. Box 221. Ralford, Florida
CRISANTA,SUNDUSADEE a/k/a Crl.ana following specific: Item of penonol pro- Florida.
December 8, 1988, and fll. the original FORD COUNTY FLORIDA 32083. until 1:13: p.m.. Tuesday.
Victoria and THE perty together with any and all addition with the Clerk of this Court either before CASE No. 68-434-CA at public: sole to the highest and best November 29, 1988 for the following:
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF CRISANTA SUN. thereto or replacement th.reof; service on Plaintiff's attorney or Immediately F. BROOKS HERMAN and bidder for cash at the front door, Brad- Sale of"U..d"Ammunition
DUSADEE a/k/a Crltonta Victoria Sun- Refrigerator Range/Oven Fan/Hood ford Courthouse
thereafter; otherwise, a W. WADE BATY, County In Stark., leadBldNo.UCM488.rW
duiad., If ...ANY ol th. last known Dishwasher Disposal Default will be entered against for d/b/a McMEEKIN Florida at 11:00 o.m on the 14th day of
you LAND
rildnc of 20039 Crazy Hor. Circle Wltnes my hand and th. seal of this the relief demanded In the Complaint or Plaintiffs, DEVELOPERS Dec.mber, 1988. Bid blank, specifications and condition
Katy. TX 77449, Court on this 24th day of October. 1988. Petition. v* WITNESS my hand and official sol) of may be obtained from the purchasing .
AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING GILBERT S.BROWN, DATED On November" 1988.GILBERTS CARLOS RODRIGUEZ and aid Court this 14th day of November. agent by writing the above addressor
INTERESTS, BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR Clerk of Circuit Court '
BROWN ELIZABETH A. RODRIGUEZ 1988. calling ((904)) 431-1212, Ext. 181.
AGAINST KIERT SUNDUSADEE. CRISAN. Control 0884 CI.rk of the Court ,GREAT WESTERN FINANCIAL SERVICES GILBERT S. BROWN We reserve the'right to reject any
TA SUNDUSADEE. a/k/a Crlunta Victoria 10771117NOTICE Control 089'tchgll1.1211 INC.. CLERK,CIRCUIT COURT and/or all bids., THE UNKNOWN ( ) (Formerly Blazer' Financial, Services. 2tchg: 111724Control Jim Waterson
'and THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF OF INTENTIONTO .- ..... 2tchg 11/17-24

I. to Victoria Sundu.ad_. IF .ANY, OR FICTITIOUS NAME' Pursuant to Section OF FICTITIOUS NAMES 1, Notice I I. given that pursuant to a NOTICE I r. hereby given that on Monday .
HAVING OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY 863.09, Florida Statute, notice hereby I I. the undersigned being duly sworn, Summary Final Judgment In Foreclosure November 28 1988. at 10:00 o'clock -
RIGHT. TITLE OR INTEREST IN THE PRO- given that the undersigned. ,Gregory do .hereby declare under oath that the ,,dated November 14, 1988. In'' Co. ,A.M., the: undersigned. GatorFrelghtwayS. TO CONSIDER NOTICE OF GRANTING INTENT
PERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED. Scott Davis ft Thomas Moab Bradley name of all person Interested In the Numb.r B8-454-CA of the Circuit Court of Inc., will sell at public auction -
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to P.O. Box 148, Hampton Fl 32044. |joint business or profession carried on und.rthe the Eighth Judicial Circuit. In and for for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jocksarnvill.Fl. CABLE FRANCHISE
for cloi. o'' mortgage hoi bn filed ,owners, d/b/a Th. Cabinet Shop Intend Notice Is hereby given that the Board
name 'of PHYSICAL THERAPY OF Bradford County Florida In which F. .
of Commissioners of Bradford
ogalntt you and JOHN DOE and JANE *. to register said fktious, name STARKE FITNESS CENTER and the extent BROOKS HERMAN and W. WADE BATY .one lot of motorcycl..ngin.s, consigned County.County Florida will consider the
DOE or oth.r occupant of Route 2, Box under the aforesaid statute of the Interest of each. 1 la a*follows! d/b/a McMEEKIN LAND DEVELOPERS to Dave Motorcyle Stuff Apopka gran-
of cobl. franchise Hunt Communications
Dated this 25th of Octo6... ting a to
2420.Melrote, Fl. 32666; UNITED STATES day 1988, Fl.
NORTH FLORIDA THERAPY INC., a Are the Plaintiff and CARLOS ,
Inc., at Its regular meetingof
OF AMERICA; STATE OF FLORIDA In Bradford County, Fla. .Florida Corporation, RODRIGUEZ ond ELIZABETH A, to satisfy freight and storage charges, December, 1988 at 9:30 a.m. In th.
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOY. 4tpd 10/27-11/17 j Extent of Int.r..t.00% RODRIGUEZ. GREAT WESTERN FINAN- under the provisions of Section 4b) of County Commissioners'meeting room of
MENT SECURITY and SUTHILAK SUN. NORTH FLORIDA THER..P..INC.By CIAL SERVICES, INC.. (Form.rly Blazer. Uniform. Standard Bill of lading.' the Bradford County Courthouse.
DUSADEE and you are required to serve Robert Fisher.J,. Financial Service the Gator Frelghtways .
,IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH Inc.,) are Defendant Itchg 11/17
a copy of your written defen.>. If any Pr..ld.nt4tchg I will sell the and best Carrier
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD *, to highest Control 0902
to It on Peter, R. Wallace, of Greene B FORD COUNTY.FLORIDA 11/11.12/1 bidder for cash In the lobby at the East 14.820102
'Mastry; 1'......, plalntlff't attorney, CASE NO. 88-465-A front door of the Bradford County Courthouse Control 0901
who. addret.1. P.O. Box 3542 St. THE FARM CREDIT BANK OF COLUMBIA, In Stark., Bradford County, 2tchg 11/17-24
Petersburg, Ft. 33731 on or' before ,Plaintiff W Florida at 11:00: A.M. on December" ,
,November 24, 1988 and lile th. original vs IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH, 1988, the following described property NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
with th. clerk of this court either before JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' IN AND. FOR BRADFORD REGISTER
EDWARD J. WAGNER'and MARY K. set forth In the order of final Judgment:
..", Ic. on plaintiff attorney1 or Immediately WAGNER, his wife; CHARLES REDING COUNTY, FLORIDA Lot 27, Unit 2, WHISPERING PINES FICTITIOUS NAME
thereafter; otherwise a. and PATSY R. (REDING, his wife; CASE NO' 88641CA ESTATE:;, according to plat thereof Pursuant to Section 863.09 Florida i
.d.fault will be entered against you for HERIBERT GOUDREAU and LOUISE In R.: The Marriage of recorded In Plot Book 3, at Page 43, of Statute*, notice I I. hereby glv.n that the STARKE ,
the relief demanded In the complaint SAMUEL HUNTER,' undersigned, Lloyd Gilpln 604 Melton
or GOUDREAU, his wife; 'LA COE and the Public Record of Bradford County.
1' petition. : THOMPSON P.A.: GATOR DOOR S SUPPLY Husband, 'Florida.". Terrace, Starke, Fla. 32091, sole owner ': CIIURCHOFGOP. i,
The property proceeded against Is COMPANY INC. and the UNITED and DATED Nov.mb.r'14 1988. doing business under th. firm name of 1 1l
described ROSALEE BROCKINGTON HUNTER' .. ,, I 4.12 N. ST. CLAIR 0645445a
as follows: STATES OF AMERICA Gilbert$. Brown Gilpin Brother Drywall, 604 Melton Terrace -
A parcel of land situated fn Govern, D.f.ndant.., ,WI'... Clerk of Circuit Court .Starke. Fla. 32091.. Intends to l ,John Spratlln..Pastor I,
men! Lot \" of Section 36;' Township 8 NOTICE OF ACTIONTO NOTICE ACTION; ,2tchg 11/17-24 register said fictitious' name 'under the We InVITe you to worship with us., t
South Rang. 22 East Bradford County :: HERIBERT GOUDREAU and LOUISE CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE: Control 0898 aforesaid. statute. Attended
Florida; sold parcel being more particularly -' GOUDREAU Defendants and all parll.sclaiming 0 NO PROPERTY Dated this 17th day ,of ,November Nursery I'
TO Sunday School ..... lOam
; 1988. In County.
described as follows: Interest by through under oragainst IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH t
Residence Unknown' 11/17-12/8 Morning Worship ..,,.... lam
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Control 0899 Evening .... 6pm
dissolution l of morrloge has been filed FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. Wednesday Youth ;i.i ..,I'' 7:3Opm
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structural {Improvement. This will help
ensure-that complaints thereon can be
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,,<,.,.,. By Nell Tucker
City Clerk
'Control 0903
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD whom 'a:copy 'of this Notice ; Administration 11/17
Itehg .j
COUNTY, FLORIDA has been mailed are required .

1.3979 THIS NOTICE to file any objections 7 4. l h ,.
IN RE: ESTATE OF they may have that challenge the validity COURT EIGHTH .
of the : will the qualifications ,
Deceased. ,
of the co-personal representatives,
or the venue or jurisdiction of the court '
To all persons having claims or ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS. AND OBJEC F. BROOKS HERMAN and
demands egalntt the above .. and W.WADE BATY,
all 'other persons Interested In thestate BARRED. d/b/q McMEEKIN LAND DEVELOPER, 9 rt;
Plaintiffs, y
: Dote of this first publication of this
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that'the Notice.of Administration November 17, 'VI a a t t+
administration of the slat of SUSAN 1988. CARLOS RODRIGUEZ and
BECK MYERS, deceased, File' Number B.tty R.My... ELIZABETH A. RODRIGUEZ.
...1 OO-CP, ,It ponding In the Circuit Court Bruce B.My... GREAT WESTERN FINANCIAL SERVICES
for Bradford/ County, Florida Probal A. Personal Representatives INC.,
Division the address of which Is Brad of the Estate of (Formerly Blazer Financial Services,
ford County Courthouse, P.O. Drawer B. SUSAN BECK MYERS. Deceased. Inc.),
Slarko, Florida 32091 ATTORNEY FOR CO-PERSONAL Defendants.NOTICE
Th. co-personal representatives of OF SALE
: 1, Notice
the estate ore BRUCE B. MYERS and BETTY William A. Hamilton. Ill Is given that pursuant to a
R. MYERS who.address ,Is Route 4, 3015 Hartley Road, Suite 9 Summary Final Judgment In Foreclosure wrt
Box< 513 Reldsvllle, North Carolina Jacksonville, Florida 32357 dated November 14, 1988, In CaseNumber and address of the p.r. Telephone ((904)) 268.7155 88-454-CA of the Circuit Court of t
sonal representative's the Eighth Judicial; Circuit, in' and lor
attorney or. set
forth below. Bradford County Florida, -In which F,
All persons having claim.or d.mand. 0897 BROOKS HERMAN and W, WADE BATY,

against the estate are required WITHIN d/b/a McMEEKIN LAND DEVELOPERS, ., .- .
fll. with the cl.rk RODRIGUEZ, GREAT 'WESTERN FINANCIAL Middle row I ber'k Jimmy Berry;. Angel
of the
above court a Straight students for the first six-weeks grading Swi
SERVICES INC., (Formerly Blazer Lindsey Amy Luke r
wrltt.n statement of 'any claim ord.' WARNING at Brooker r
Vnond > Financial Services, Inc.,) ore the Defen period Elementary are I-rh Back row Matthew Jordan Matthugh Crosby, Jen-
they may have..Each claim must ''The of Starke has received
City recent Front row: Weston Bigham ,Jennifer Cone,, Chad
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b. In writing and must Indicate the basis complaint from residents regarding to highest and best Thomas. nlfer Lerevers. ptelly Cook,
bidder for cash In the lobby at the East
for the claim, the name and the address certain transient ham. Improvement
of the creditor or his agent or attorney.and business e. Which 'utilize substandard front door of the Bradford County: Courthouse '
the amount claimed. If the claim ,Is materials and/or In Starke, Bradford County,
shoddy services, or fall
not yet du. the date wh.n It will to complete contracted work after pay. Florida 1988, the at following 11:00: A.M.described on, December 15, Hampton Lets Cable 1>Franchise' -
become due shall be stated. If the claimIs ,ment. Often these persons 1 leave the propertyset
forth In the order of final
contingent or unliquidated, the nalur. area before action con be taken against 'judgment' : ---
of the uncetolnty shall be stated. If the them. DATED November 14, 1988 An application of Bronson' presented the c te-01! the) art equipment The'
claim I I. secured, the security shall be While the City cannot accept responsibility Clerk Gilbert of Circuit S. Brnwn Court I Cablevision, Inc. to provide a cable, Representatives Rex. $ is now in process of peti-
described. Th. claimant shall deliver for any such services rendered, It T/V service for Hampton was apr' Mike Bender, the Union County Commis
sufficient copies of the claim to the clerkto Is recommended that all citizen.request Jtchg Control'11/17-24 0898 I proved Nov. 9 by the town council. Bronson Cable TV has Hampton'e, for rights to-work and operate
enable the clerk to moll on. copy to proof of ,o City'' Occupational License Bronson Cable TV, Inc. is owned franchises In Brooker TV in Union County
each personal representative. before contracting for home services 1 by Tom Huelett, president of the thington Springs, proposed channel lineup will
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I City Officials Get Over-Viewo'f New Solid Waste Requirements I


Only four municipal governments the handling of solid wastes (made ties, formed to combine resources to and Cities are encouraged to form ,tivities attempted, their success Yard trash will'not be permitted in
In the three county Area were up largely of household garbage) In handle solid wastes in the three cooperative programs, but cities are rates, reason for success or failure, lined landfills after Jan.,I, 1992.
represented at meeting with the the tri-county area of Baker, Bradford .' counties, including wastes from all not required to set up recycling proP and evaluation of activities that are No white goods will be allowed I in
New River Solid Waste Association and Union Counties Division of Corrections facilities grams. ongoing and most successfuL landfills after Jan. 1,1990.
(NRSWA), held Monday at the Cities will be required to use the therein. For the first report, any recyclIng By, Jan. 1, 1990, operatorsot a
o Union County Courthouse, facility provided by the county; In Officials were present from the As a minimum, a' majority 'of programs already in progress. waste management facility will
The meeting was called' to Invite, this case, the waste disposal facilityat cities of Hampton, Lawtey, Mac newspaper alu bottles cans class have to have completed an appropriate -::
participation and encourage, input Ellerbee Curve in Union County clenny and Lake Butler. Brooker, and i plastic\ musfl>e Local governments) are encourag training course approvedby
from the cities, and to outline the The Association Is a coalition of Worthington Springs, Raiford ,GlenSt. separated and offered for recycling ed to utilize existing organizations to DER. Owners of such a facility
,program NRSWA is preparing for Bradford. Union ,and Baker coun- ,Marys 'and Starke were not 'paper Plastics, encourage, of meet recycling goals. Counties and shall not employ an unqualified per-
are to be
represented. A delegation from the cities may contract with other par- son,
--- community of Theressa in Bradford separated, and yard trash and other ties for the services needed. The
County was also present. acceptable be material-are encouragedto local government may solicit offers 'Landfill Closing.
,recycled compost.
from vendors for curbside collectionof
landfill cost to
Closing a can up
Recycling of at least 30 percent of separated recyclable materials. $55,000 per acre, said Engineer
Draperies by Joyce County Requirements... the.waste stream is mandatory by For Joint city-county recycling Frank Darabl, who has 16 years experience
As outlined Glen December 31, 1994. Also, no more in landfill management.
by 'L. Ray, there must be a written
An be set to
can up
Specializing In Beaull-Pleat Rods legislative coordinator for the that half the recyclables can be yard agreementThe law does not requirea escrow
and surchargeon
Commercial Residential -Florida Association of Counties the trash, white goods (refrigerators, city to participate in a Joint agreement cover disposal closure fees costs can, be a establishedto
following requirements have seen stoves, appliances), construction or butif it refuses! the county provide the financial guaranteesfor
Woven Shades Mini Blinds BedspreadsFree mandated by the 1988 Solid Waste demolition debris, and tires At least can require information on any the eventual closing of the landfill
Estimates Shop at Horn No Appointment Necessary Management Act, passed ,by the half of the 30 percent must come recycling efforts by the city. .
Florida Legislature in the, session from 'paper, cardboard, glass,
ended\ this summer. aluminum cans, and other metal ,Counties must provide written '"We got no help from
wastes. notice to all cities when recycling Tallahassee," in Closure of our exiistmg .
v J] Florida law stipulates that coun- programs begin and periodic writ landfills, said Bradford Com-
l ties are responsible for disposing of ,Reporting Requirements.. ,ten progress reports to the cities. missioner Joe Riddick. With a 20
solid wastes for both county and city Each county must report annually Scales must be installed at all acre landfill near Keystone Heightsto
residents. For the' most i part city to DER '(Department of Environmental disposal facilitiles with a life expectancy close, it will be in the range of$1.1
facilities are prohibited, Regulation) the pro-- of more than one year, and all million. So far, about $30,000 has
necessitating a high degree of gress made toward the recycling waste will be weighed as received. been set aside for closure. It is an-
Cooperation between city and county. goal. The first report will be due October ticipated that from the '1988-89
'governments in Waste ,
handling 1, 1989, and will include the Any local government which does special assessment funds,. another
i following: not comply with the requirements Of $90,000 will be available for closure.
,Cities are required to collect solid the recycling program and waste
waste within their jurisdictions and -The "county's public education reduction goals shall not be eligiblefor No funds from the general
such waste to the disposalsite. from the solid
transport program on recycling.The grants waste revenues may be used for solid
The county may charge amounts of waste disposed management trust fund, and DER waste management. This means
Joyci Hutch.wn / C reasonable fees for the processing of by the following types: yard trash may request the State Treasurer to that, garbage fees and/or special
Lakcwood Subdivision } the wastes,, but no more than 'Is white goods, clean debris tires, andall withhold funds payable from the assessments must be imposed to
20% South lAkttwood Av.. charged other users of the facility, other General Revenue Fund. all
y cover aspects of waste disposal,
SL rk., Florida, 32011 Fees charged must be based on the Amount and type of materials
!including pick-up, transport, recyclmg.landfill -
(s04) 101-1951 costs associated with waste management recovered for recycling. Prohibitions...
operations,and eventual
Percentage of population participating 'As of Jan. 1, 1989,no lead-acid bat closure.
in the program. teries can be disposed of in landfills.
I A. recycling' program must be The percent reduction achieved. Used oil cannot be in landfills
started byJul from 1988, less than Description of the, recycling ac after Oct. 1.1988 ( rut ).
eight months now, Counties I'

t NEW PROPANE GAS April Land Sales Top $.Million I


3jp Land sales in Bradford County TS? !R22E. $10,000. ,J. R. 'and Hilda' C. McLeod to,
have picked up since the first of the Richard L. Swygart to Kenneth E, Stephen B. and Vicki S. Fuqua, lot 7.
T year, going over the$1 million mark, ,Berry, parcel in WV4 of EVi of SEVfc, Hampton Oaks subdivision in sec. /
IMAGINE! PROPANE GAS' SERVICE for the first time this year to date,' section 19, T7S, R21E, $15,000. tion 25,T7S, R21E, 68000. _
Sales for the month of April, in Brad- William D. Adams, Trustee to Raiford L. Epperson and Betty J.,
ford County amounted to $1,004,000, Carles S;'Broward III and Andrea; Mizelle to Gerald Griffis Construe
COMPLETELY. INSTALLED. ,AT THIS PRICE! ,compared to March sales of$769,881. Vann-Jensen, husband and wife lot ,tion Co. lots 1, 2 and 3 in block 11,,
t Largest transaction for the month 18 in Seminole Ridge, Unit 6, $4,500. Livingston, Truby and Co's additionto
was a house and lot In Seminole, Sampson Lake Properties, Inc. to City of Starke, $6,000.
Ridge; on Santa Fe Lake, bought by .William W. and Annette G. Campbell Kenneth B. ,and Joan Saklak
120 Gallon Tank, Bruce Williamson for $85,000. lot 4, Sampson Lake Villas Platt to Michael David and Carole
Values of transactions are deter- $20,600, Anne Gooderham, parcel in Govern-
.. ,, .' InstallationIncludes ,mined from the amount of tax Cecil S. and Glenda J. Frampton, ment lot 3 of section 25, T8S, R22E
', stamps affixed to deeds in the courthouse to Gladys B. Casper, 1 acre in SV of $9,000 "
!, ;" ", ''\:.", .\". ,, II ; transactions of under $1,000' SMi of SWV4 of SWV4, section 3, T7S, Shirley C:;DeWitt to Joseph E. and
"I are not considered. R22E, $9,300.Virginia 'Mary A. Griffis,. 1 acre in NEV4 of
: Other land sales for, the month D. Dunko to Morgan and NWV4 of section 29, T6S, R22E,
"' material are: Fleet Finance and Mortguage Josephine L. Cressler lot 17 $7,500. .
Tank Installation (up to 30 feet of l) ,
Inc. to Wycliff D. and Paticia D. .
Seminole Ridge Unit No. 6, $5,000.James Alex 0. and Adeline M. Cordenas
Full tank of gas Toole and Kristen Marie Aalto lot 15 L. and Nancy H. Lapp to 'to Kathlen M. Grilliot, lot 16,?'
Gas appliance system: check and pressure test Keystone Oaks subdivision., Mi interest William Goodge ,and Kathleen Seminole Ridge,_Unit 7,. Santa Fe
each' as tenents in common, Croswait, lot and mobile home in Lake, $21,000.Emery .
10000. section 90, T7S, R22E! $3,000. L. and Ora L. Griffi to,
Eloise Hall to Nina B. Andrews, Hercules Inc. to CSX Jack G.,and Peggy A. Gross parcelin
You Must Act Now. This Special Offer;, Ends Nov.. 3O. parcel in SWV4 of NE Vt north of NW Inc., .39 acres in SWV of SEVi NEV4 of NEV4 and SEV4 of NEy,
Call Today 65th Ave., in section 27r T5S, R21E, of section 29,T6S, R22E in the City of section 22 T6S, R21E, $4,500.
,$22,500. Starke, $5 000. Inman D. and Melba S. Green and
Installations made by, certified Gas Check.Technicians. r;::;) Jack Courtnay and Associates, W. A. Alvarez to The Florida Na- Elise Pass to Esther S. Hall, ..93
Inc., to Clyde L. and Annie M. tional Bank, lot 6, block 2, acres in NEV4 of section 20, T6S,
18OO33O8998TA\ Ashton, lot E,ARI Woods,section 24,+ Pinebreeze subdivision in section 26, R22E '$3,000. "
TBS, R22E$8,000.: T6S, R22E $11,650.L. C. David Loucks, Sr., to Edward
2350 SW Archer. Road Gainesville. FL CASCKCCK TM Charles A.and Bernice P.Baldreeto J. and Audrey Kite to Terry W, Wm. Hamilton, 27.668 acres, parts of
Charles A. Jr. and Sonja, L.Rnldree. and Michele E. Fox, 1 acre in section lots 53, 54, 55, 56 and 57 of, east
annum tract in NEVi of section 26, 11. T7S. R21E. $4,500.TerWil'legar Lawtey, $75,000.Dudley .
P. and Douglas P. Hardy
to James R. Andrews, 1.5 acres in '
SEV 'of SWtt of section 34, T5S,,
R21E, $9,000.Dudley .
P. and Douglas P, Hardy'
to Mildrerd K.' Hinely, 2.98 acres in
NWV4 of SWVi of section 34 .T5S,
c' R22E, $6,000.Larry .",
0 O. Healan to Gloria K.
Motors is Healan, the south portion of WV4 of
block 1, and NW Vt of block 1. in

Temple's Subdivision, $3,000.
Walter and Jean Heath to John W.,
Tom W. Ill, and Tom W. Tat urn Jr.,
parcel in SEV4 of section 24,,T6S,
on the Toughest Pickup R22E, $1,000.Helen ,
B. Kee to Horace R. and
Donna M. Hice, lot 4, Hidden Hills
''EI ,Unit 1,section 24 TBS. R22E,12500.
anywhere. Clara Louise Lee {to Matthew E.
'and Angela L. Jenkins, lot 1 and EV4'
'of lot 2, block 2, Hardy's Addition to
Starke, $40,000. '
,Floyd C.and Licia B. McDonald to
Randall E. Hodges east 150 feet of
88 Ranger ''S' parcel 10 In NWV* of SEVi, section
19, T7S.R19E, $6,800. '
Mark and Elaine Olin to Jewell W;,
1 .and Patty Warren, .96 acres in SWVi-
a Of section 17, T6S, R22E $7,400. .
+ Dewey G. Oliver to James W. and
5995 Johnnie Hulsey, 1.017 Ac. SWV of
Only SEVi, section 26, TVS,R22E, $30,000. t
Della Pack and Iva Mae Beasley'

to Plum Valley Investments, Inc.,
or .. part of government lot 3, section 25;,
; ;. "' TBS, R22E: lot 17, Plum Valley HarT
,bor, $6,400. '
Virginia F. Paiva to William J,
+ and Linda S. Rice lot 14; Block 2,, .
1:1895 Keystone Club Estates! Unit ,1, < .

$78,000. .
Daniel D.' Startling Gloria Jean'
per,month 1/2 ex Parham and Glenda Jo Wainwright, ,"
88 Escort to Glenn D. and Helen H. Shuford:
27,5 acres in SWV4 of SEV and SEV4
+ of SWV of section 22, T5S, R22E, ,
6995 $41,300. '
Only Robert C. and Joyce E. Petersonto
Smith Brothers Body Shop, parcelin
SWV4 of SWtt. section 10, T6S,
or R22E.$23,000.Vernon .
and Sylvia P. Reddish to
Rachel and Maria Chambers,, 1.28
-- acres in SEV4 of NEV* of NEV" section -
." .. ,15995 per 27, ,TSS R21E $6,000
monthTERWILLEGAR John and Nancy Shewchuk M.
Gordon and Betty M. Fouts, lot 7'
Geneva Oaks, $9000.

-!aas.ooa ....___...,..... "M'+asooa.r..S.nsM+a-0.......... Jeremiah Melvin Johnson and Joyce, east 4 Smith acres to of '

NEV4 of NWV4 of SEV4 of section 25: ,

MOTORS TSS. R22E1.13,700.
Rose McRae and Thomas A.Smithto
Walter F. and Norma Schnell,
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964-7200 377-1096 388-FORD 473-FORD R22E.t $63,000Anthony
J. Tringali to William D.
Starke Gainesville Jacksonville ,Keystone Heights and Beverly A. Lane, lot 11, Lake
State Rd. 21 Hampton Oaks, 10000.
209 W. Madison Robert A. and Debora K. Ward to
Jamie and Pam Thrift, lot on Glen
Drive off Parker Street.

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,Plans for Superhighway Have Citizens Buzzing _rs ---.c'' 1'I 1- '

About Economic, Environmental' Impact... Here .; .,....:".,',<"J 1 ...,, (' "-' -" \ (, .: \ (' '. ,

Which route will the proposed and.Lake Geneva It,crosses 1-75 225 east of Lawtey, and follows 'a HOI''
Tampa to Jacksonville toll road near Micanopy and continues on to strip west of the Clay/Bradford
follow and what effect will it have on Dunellon.The County line which has not yet been
.Starke, Bradford' County and western corridor also starts at mined by DuPont and is said to contain '' \
Keystone Heights? Middleburg,'extending west through millions of dollars worth of il .
If and when the limited access expressway DuPont property to within two miles ,menite ore.William ,,, ( ,,, .,.a. r :c --, ,
with cost estimates up-to of U.S. 301, where it I turns sharply L,Woolery, toll road project I .
$385 million is built> our grandchildren -' south,brushing the southeast corner manager said at the Mid ,
may be riding on it by the of Starke, city limits, on through dleburg meeting that both of these I ,,,
year 2000. Projected starting date I is Hampton and Waldo, then following problems would have to be con '
mid-1990 or 1991. the west side of 301, veering sidered before a final decision is '. ', "I Kr e huwi.
The big question mark now,for the westward near Hawthorne, and made on the corridors. .." '
hundreds of Interested property .merging with the east'corridor' to Opinions Differ ,. .3 ewtmu.'C.
owners filing through aerial maps .cross I-7S,on to Dunellon.The single l ..\.' ,
and engineering graphics at a public merged corridor then Connects with Some observers have mixed emo- ', I,
of -
High information.School meeting Tuesday in Middleburg afternoonwas ridor the proposed to reach the North Tampa Suncoast Bay area cor., the tions toll concerning road with U.S.paralleling 301 throughthis '!'"'',"'" ., ',.. .( 41 !',

which way will it go- east or area. Opinions vary from fear of {,iJtlj',,, \ :" '; '. :' i ., "', 'r ''I:d,
west of Camp( Blanding? traffic loss on 301, to optimism about ,,',', "1',,' ." i, ( ,:' "(
In spite of its misleading Problems To Solve the possibility of having two toll road "" fl I --Mawt. '''!d/Cllatl.. 110.4'I, \,(I ','
misnomer, the toll road as now face interchanges within five to nine "
; Both routes will obstacles S.NJ.ok.oaal. .
designed, actually starts, at Mid that always appear in right-of-way miles of Starke. "" I vh C/lla ou.., .o.e ", i' ,,I ..
positionedon J Si" 'pl .tutnaa '' "
Tentative interchanges ,
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dleburg and terminates at Dun- acquisitions due to Florida's fast. I a i I I1. sa *'
aerial maps displayed at Mid- 'I't ---- .'..._ciJ.ckabn.iil.l, } : %i )
nellon, with connecting links f ., i'Sl"
The east corridor Ou' .
expanding economy. : )J ( i\\ \ ,
show interchange on US I !. ;
dleburg one ,,,
of tie in
( sprouting out Jacksonville to would conflict with hopes of the ( I' \
at Middleburg. From the starting Camp Blanding military establish 301, just across the Alachua County i i ...w..Twn'..k* I...nUal. ",,h'l'jiJ.:' ,
point the two tentative alternate ment to acquire some 6,000 acres of line. Mayor Bill Beam of Keystone this V'', ,f1 FliilJ i1 y ', .. Ta..., "i',":"'',,'\,' ir./'!)'}. ,
Heights said he would favor h I .._. ,, .
routes for the toll road spread out to property from Gilman Paper Com- I-. --eo.a.U4Iy /11- "" --
route, since he felt the interchange --"\, ..'. .t''
j and surround west Camp sides landing, coming on together the east pany for an recreation expansion and program wildlife including Just north of Waldo would attract .A., ..I' ezz2Z22 H..." Su....... c."..... ', ..r''

again just north of Hawthorne. areas, as,wen as National Guard more business and industry to the' sMW.aThr.- : ..w.r .\
Only one of these routes will be training activities.This tract startsat Starke-Keystone opportunities for area job-seekers., offeringmore .}I""I''u'" oa.tlo. [..r.....y'- ,
chosen, depending on future the of ; \
feasibility studies. Both routes are' and 21 intersection, and \extends Highways southward'16 A second tentative interchange is', 1,',:,' I",'.' r.,,_ '.t..II.. ."h..l 0:.rrtAOdl\ '
shown on Highway 16 near the Brad UeMull. ,...
contained within"corridors" vary several miles within the proposed ford/Clay line between'' .'. : "Saaik4liNrldg.M lh "........ I..
ing in width to 20 miles, with the County
up eastern toll road corridor
Starke and Kingsley Lake If the, ':, > : :, I Idtt"
actual roadway not yet designated, The western corridor cuts across, eastern corridor is finally chosen, .. .
the factors "
depending on pragmatic extensive north of '
acreage Highway' this interchange would offer accessto ," :",,1"I/ .. I
Involved.The eastern corridor skirts ,
16 used for at the ,
now settling ponds ( ,
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Highway 16 Which is,becoming 1 ; parr wotd
the east of ,
boundary Camp Blanding DuPont ilmenite mine, to extract f'(t r
.,( and continues southwesterly in the toxic! materials from waste water. ,See... :. ;\\1._ ';" t
f vicinity of State Road 21, This corridor would also cut through 'I''! tl
few miles east of Keystone Heights DuPont's Highland; Plant on Road Highway.... pageTB.; :, \ ,t, ,'' ,' nK.cooca.t ,
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for the Jacksonville to Toll Facility., ': ?,.- 'i
Highway 301 South s U'ke. Tampa ,, ?t"1, ; 'I',"

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,' '964-33OO FREE I,, want'. to take this 'opportunity''to thank' allof

COLOR BOOKS O FREE you .;.for;, opening 'your 'doors 'to me during ,",rny

'UPPETS 'for Sheriff for with and
''FREE campaign' talking me

( listening to me. .

:LITTLE'', I tharik those, 'of you who supported andvoted

k ,for ,me and to you'and' all ,of ..the citizensof
Bradford County I will strive to be the best

MUGS Sheriff you have ever. had. The Bradford

County Sheriffs office will be to for
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COUPON COL'PON' COUPON COUPON COUPON COUPON ,your questions as well as your suggestions.

The politics are over let's all
With this coupon, get a FREE MUG with the purchase of any small, ,

xnedlum or large pizza order and 32 oz. soft drink. Get FREE refills 'work' together, to 'make Bradford County a

with any small, medium or large pizza order through December
to be of. S
31, 1988 (offer good while supplies last). Valid only with coupon. county proud / r1 ,

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..... a Pow-Wow... ,
,Students from Phyllis Rother'a Exceptional! Student ClaM at Starke Elementary got a special treat last
week when a visiting Boy Scout Troop from Orange Park let up this authentic-looking Indian Tepee right
,beside their classroom ''
Student learned about Indian history from the exhibit and got to examine arrowheads(at left) and,
,tone axe heads;which: have been found In some of the many Indian mounds In this area, and
f entertained students from other classes as they,visited their special exhibit.
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:'I FACTORY' : :Inc.'


Turkey 4t Dre ,

Conservation. 'Bradford, ,, w/2 Cranberry Vegetable.Sauce' $. 2 95
ft Biscuits
Awareness Center fc Tax
Chiropractic FACTORY I Inc
: Reword!your employees Jor job well done..
e Treat them to a Thanksgiving lunch or
Drive Begins 218 S.'Walnut St. dinner of turkey&dressing and the above 9049644415HwySOl !
: trimmings on the 23rd.. 24th or 27th,, open 6 am. S.,Starke, Fla. "H.LDye. :
Next to the Chamber of Commerce
A new national public, service, 964-4957 'We Take Care of You"DenfliarkJFurftiture
campaign on soil and water conser I II
vation is underway in Bradford
County. emphasizing simple ways !
.'''that everyone,young or old,can con I PAIN CONTROL ,
resources.serve these' priceless natural. o Headaches T-

"The effort to increase knowledge o Neck & Arm, .
''about o Mid Back' ,
conservation Is especially Important
right now".' says 'Joe Low,Back&,Leg, INJURIES presentsA
Reichert of the Bradford Soil and ,
Work R.lai.d
Water'' Conservation District I
farmers', ,,,' '
"Under the 1985 farm bill '
fl and ranchers need to develop a con l,I.. .Per.onal'lllUll "All Around the House" Sale
servation the end of next \. '' Auto Aeddrou ,' .
j ;USDA in order to"remain'eligible for DR.W. DAVI1J SIKESDR. : '1" 101 1'1/I"4 i"N /-,'' -
Reichert said 'that posters 'and, RICHARD C1ULLER Yours
''news media announcements will encourage CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS
; the public to participate In' 'TI IF'TFAM ArPKOACll For NOTHING DOWN
the program which has a theme of .
''We owe ,It to our children". A CHIROPRACTIC CARE'WHEN YOU NEED 11.,

,packet and containing easy-to-use general tips/ on Information how to' f :2-4,HOURS A DAYr,7,DAYsS A.WEEK And No Payments 'Until FebruarySTOREWIDE

.conserve soil and water will be mail- :
964-4957-24110UR BEEPER
ed to those who call this toll-free r
number: 1-800-THE-SOIL. om co'I.M":-frt t.M-4.M.... Sot 11 A".Iw'i
The packet wilt*also include information r
on the conservation provi r-
sions of the 1985 Farm Bill,and the
,Take Pride in America program m.xv, I
Giving '' "
UCAP Away1Remington ,

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12-Ga.Shotgun m -

Donation tickets are on sale for$1 ;
each from any: UCAP member on a z a .a.

Remington Magnum 12-gauge __ at
shotgun to be given away,Monday, '' .
Nov.28 at the UCAP meeting,8 p.m, i wf'
in the Bradford County courthouse.All I
proceeds from ticket donationswill
be used for legal expenses in the 00
suit to stop a hazardous waste treat
ment facility from,, being built at CHRISTMAS' TIME
Ellerbee Curve in Union County., AT ,
I Call Sally Gotts at 964-7911 for,furt* I
ther:information., I vI

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Check OUr Classified /
Section For the Best

Deals Anywherel! ', ,
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DiningRoom: Sets
NIGHTS, :7OO PM-1OO AM Stoves'
.Rock "a Disco Country '
:All &
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.Pool Tables Food Drinks ''Fashions
Foos BaD Ice Cream '
Snacks and Morel .' :End Tables 'La-Z-Boy. ,. '


AVAILABLE- Call for Reser.' SWEATER'SALE' Mirrors:

$25/f1r.With D$. '.Financing Available, ''ft

to Qualified Buyers "
r All Ages Welcome..Security -- In.A}ta,yt* .
FREE BO Day*-Same at
Provided, No Alchohol ueLIrIr
SINCE 1923 Cash'-
Permitted! 19 ,----1 J N '
a .a DENMARK Credit Terms Available

964-5650 Starke :: [>G-,FURNITURE I NEW. ,STORE HOURS

T' 434 W.Coil St./441 W": a 530:
Coming Soon:ADULTS ,452 Vlaa 1ae Monday-Friday
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MONEY SAVING COUPONS I 'ludlUtrIM'Dew center In Bradford manufacturing County'.new e 1
,Industrial Park on VS.100 wa*a 114.
big IHOCCM thU week.vblton
dined on hotdog.cooked by\1P'.' i '
NO CHOLESTEROLNO Fain Bateman and Ray Norman(top '. f r pr
.left and center)and were taken on
,a guided tour of the many ctMUe ', ..,r?1 't.I
PRESERVATIVESNO In nrogreu In one of the county', '
bleat, !; niece: itorlc

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.J, 1 :::: 25C OFF l.E::>R 1 1I. ,*Alan 15.OOwith 'Linda K..:Diane. Hardy/Bradford Title Building\ ': '

Gina. &Jane..NO
I.0.,. 18 01.of:larger size Pioneer.Original 1 APPOINTMENT Faye : NECESSARYGOLDILOCKS" at,996. ..N. Temple Avenue, (Hwy:301)), Starke.,
I', or Buttermilk Biscuit ft Baking'MIx' '

1 .ArTAJLEA. Wi ndMm.. tf*coupon lor.ton Mk.ptofc M H you ncv a pnjdud... ._)tnvotcct pnmng 11..111. 1 : '. 'Personal Injury. Real Estate: ,.:Family,Law;,'Wills,,. ,," :'(' ;/i/i, : :
utftcMrt ttocft n Ammo eoupon must M MJbitMMd on raquMt Cuftonw mat UN*tn VM wtwf pnHMMM 11110 :, ;-t ;,, ,
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..1 I 1 964-4645 ', ,:.':' : :Commercial &'business Law: ,, D.UIT,, Criminal".,:l':: ;i. ;;)$tt1j ":" ,
',@.PIONEER' STARKE-Across from Jax '", I &:Civil Litigation...' '" .'i;''i4: \,". ,?,;.i'' (" '
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$75.000 or more $75.000 or more'' :\:"
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OF PEPSI COLA, 'I .$10J$24,999( $1.J$9.999'( IO.J$24.999( $1.J$9.999( "' "

,PEPSI, REGULAR..OR DIET'MOUNTAIN DEW ,With- a Floricta Federal Tiered" CP.the more you deposit" ,the,better your rate,and the more you earn. 1'1 a
Seven short months gets you a great return.Fourteen months,and your return's even better "
;;;!,-/ Of course,your investment's safe and sound insured up to$100,000 by the FSLIC. .
mar ::S To find.out more about great CO rates:;call the,Florida Federal office nearestyou.;
To,The Retailer: For,each coupon you accept as our "
authorized agent we will pay you the,face,value of this, <
.'coupon plus 8C handling allowance provided you and your ". Florida Federal
customers,have,complied with the terms of this offer, Any l FSDC
constitutes'fraud. Jnvoices.showlng your *? .
other application! ., Rates subject to change.Substantial penalty for 4earld withdrawal. ;
.. ,,, purchase of sufficient stock to cover all coupons must be
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shown Upon,request. Void where prohibited taxed or (-,,:'., ,

restricted. Your customer must pay any required sales tax., Downtown Gainesville Gainesville/The Oaks'' Starke' .
Cash value 1/20 of 10. Coupon redeemed by your local 220 N. Main Street 6707: Newberry Road '395W. Madison Street, t.
Pepsi-Cola Bottler 1950 NE 27th Avenue, Gainesville, FL.. 377-3344, '375-2700', 964-5000 :.-- f
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Jacksonville Couple The three were Involved In a S -El's' Retirement Community i

Face Drug ChargesA disturbance where nine cans of beer B.tlr.mftpt Community _RNIr._m.n, Horn* JJLlE DAN.j
found, to
was according Investigator
A.nWI riracrrb In ttik Iran community ETiS;
Jacksonville couple were arrested David Aderholt. community at Su-Ert,W. .too Hava....EI.Red. ...... CI
In Starke Nov. 12 after mariJuana Richard Mike Mlranowicz: ,21, was hav.nnta a roan lortal Horn.A 110.D'_
J was found In their vehicle. charged with disorderly conduct, ear Indapandant tankxa.ftl horn*b for twites that iMMdtaatlllafWO I ((9---a 0 .
Clarence Keith Blvins 24, was possession of drug paraphernaliaand N l i quit Mtllnj* h arrarrwHh Wtttl aupanfclOIVw
charged with possession of marijuana criminal mischief, said *atmotphafo.At .paraonalpad' can ;i
with bond set at *500, according Aderholt. He was released after a Su-Ers M oflat homing :24 Dr.*i MnMon.."tot m.W :
to Lt.John Hodges. He remains surety bond was posted. ulllHkM maid and laundry -Nundrry.rNa day west. t"
.under Duval Brian and' aches WW 124 hf long turn May.- Crepe -
in custody a County Jay Whisenatit 20,,
charge of sale of controlled Tammy'Arlene Beckham, 19, were amargeftcy otil.ptrru, 1468 nurtanmg. auu dial aid CI'Fltrained J 1601 N,Temple Ave. 5 9 ""' ;i
substance with a $25,003 bond. charged with possession of alcohol Mach optional. '26191I Mil N4xttn KrnL Fried Chick. I;!
Passenger In the vehicle which by a person under 21, said Aderholt. mile South on Set 325. Hampton. Kb Sue Lott Walker
was stopped for a traffic violation, They were released after$250 surety /ffiJlflf.f:1Jeil"'tIJllfiiftlJ1ltlR
Tina Louise''' Thompson 23, was bonds were posted.
charged with possession of cannabis .., r1
and ,possession of drug paraphernalia.
Thompson was released on
her own recognizance. I

,Burglary, Suspect

Charged With BatteryAn

18-year-old Lawtey resident "
was arrested Nov. 12 for shoving the ,At Winn-Dixie'we would like to say thanks to all

deputy who was attempting to assist ,,, of our wonderful customers, like you! For years,

the William jailer. Aaron Heaton was under' we've, had the pleasure of assisting you with

arrest at,, 12:50: a.m. Nov. 12 for t,. your meal planning and food needs and we're
burglary at Dolly.Carls,accordingto TM grateful when you've given us that opportunity,
Lt. Sammy Eunice and William At Thanksgiving we're most
'Tillotson. The additional charge of happy express
battery upon a' law enforcement,officer our sincere: appreciation to all our customers
was brought against Heaton at and we hope we can continue to serve you in the
1:35: a.m, when he continued to push future..from everybody at Winn-DIxie, have aMa
'against Eunice at the jail.Bond was
set at 2,000 for the charges he was BMHa HB happy. happy'Thanksgiving.


Vehicle ,VandalizedAt STARKE

,Suspect BUS, CaughtA OVER 10,000

19-year-old Starke man was arrested WRKWWO
i Nov. 11 r again for burglary of EVERYDAY
I a vehicle.
.Brian Demetruis Lane was caught
inside a vehicle at Bradford High LOW PRICES
School where he had used a screwdriver '
1-' to bread the vent window,according -' 'TO .GIVE YOU
', to Lt,:,John Hodges. Lane ; BROADBREASTED
had been released from jail Nov. 9 {'A LOWER GRAD VOUNO 17 Les.'S'
where he been since arrest for the Aim
burglary of vehicles in the college TURKEYS
parking lot, TOTAL FOOD r .
Lane was charged with' burglaryof '
a conveyance and possession of BILL. 68
burglary tools,' said Hodges Bond L&
,was set at$2,000, he was released on, '
own recognizance Compare
tip f000 ORDER ORII

Three ArrestedOn Our Prices I :11. '
Alcohol Charges

Three :Keystone Heights residents You' Like LIMIT 1 WITH
face a ,charge for possession of 'II
alcohol and, one faces additional The $20 FOOD ORDER
charges from an Incident in.\ the.Im- Savings., OR MORE
mokalee Road area.Homeowners.


Not to Deal With ;' CRABMEAT, ... u. $558,:: Ii FRYER LIVERS_ .:. :; '5ac. 'or FRANKS,> ; r)i.i0, '17,,r 99c ,yI

Unlicensed Firms i .
Homeowners are being warned by o 2 ,zrat ,$1'38 $4 99
the City of Starke not to contract : HENS .. SIZE V FROZEN DUCKS ll. ,SNACK WINGS ... sta'IG.,
with transient home improvement ,
businesses without requesting proof; W-D BROAD BREASTED REDI-BASTED $i88 GOLD KISTROASTING 8 HILTON FRESH .
that they have a City Occupational GRADE 'A' 10 LBS. & UP 9Sc $658
License for doing such work. TURKEY BREAST. LE 1 CHICKENS a OYSTERS .' If.r''
In a legal notice to the public, City' REDIBASTEDTURKEYS SWIFT 4-7 LBLIL
Clerk Neil Tucker said the City has '
recently'received complaints from $138 $348
residents regarding businesses that r :',, v ,'. LL OYSTERS . a:..t PIMENTOCHEESE
substandard materials and shoddy .,; '
improvements workmanship, and in often making leave home'the C U.S.D.A. INSPECTED' 48c W-D WHOLE HOG ,$1 58 rrn rrr M

area before action can be. taken 78 TURKEY WINGS 'La SAUSAGE ... ...., u: 97
against them. HOT or MILD $1
While the City cannot accept, 1-LB.
responsibility for any such substandard : LB", SSc LE17c cuP
services, it is,recommendedthat FRYER GIZZARDS 4 u SAUSAGE ; ,
all citizens request proof of City +
License before contracting -
for home services such as iprift9. nY EVE : ,
roofing, paving or other nonstructural -,/ ; I / : F .
improvement, the warn B wwrrr.o'N pR CEaNOUIININ4
ing stated. This will hel ensure that IhMPI( Ni
complaints can be forwarded to a .
F known address.'. 1 1 1 ,
i"If such a business does not have a t I I 1 a 1
'City License-,BEWARE": the,City
warned.. a 9
i",' I s II IE
Crystal River'Art,

Show.Nov. 26

The 11th" Presentations Under the
Pines Art A Crafts Show is set for ,)
Saturday'Nov. 26 from 10 a.m. to 0 VERY oAY
,,4:30: p.m. in Crystal River. PRICE
The public is invited to stroll under pW
the pines at the Plantation Inn and
see the fine crafts and art work of
over ,125 artisans coming from all
parts of the USA. Guest artist i is Ted
Teeter; well-known award-winning
Southeastern potter from St.'
Petersburg. His pottery will be on
display in the Plantation Inn Con-
vention Center and Ted will be at his IVIRYDAY LOW ..R.CI IVIRYDAY LOW ..RICI
exhibit to demmonstrate his craft WHEN YOU HAVE MORE
the potters' wheel. ALL VARIETIES ..... THAN GROCERIES '
The public will hear the traditional PEPSI '.;::" ASTOR

popular program Sugarmill of melodies Woods by Chorale the ever-at COLA MILK ; SMALL PEAS ''EFFERDENT

1:30p.m. in front of the Inn. Seating ,
will be limitedcome early. $ TABLETS
The Seven Rivers Miniaturists will JEyiPDnATt ggo

be demonstrations in the Convention by their Center membersand with BTL.. 109 ww MILK D Aoo< 14 CAN- z. wt++, CAN 570LT $197

sales of doll houses and ac 'e0-CTS:'
cessories. This exhibit has been a' PKG.,
,traditional scene at this annual show ,
and has become a favorite of the REGULAR LIGHT or EXTRA GOLD BAKER'S THRIFTY MAID NORMAL or OILY
A moderately priced lunch Is serv lion CUT ASPARAGUS "u" '$294
... r . ) I SHAMPOO' lli
ed In the hotel dining room. Under BEER ( ,. to 6 APPLE, BLUEBERRY,CHERRY or, . .
,stand provides a hearty lunch for the THRIFTY MAID $119 COMSTOCK RAVE
and artisans.. 2'21hl. 'n.'. $115 92c
busy shoppers 1--
Proceeds from this show provide a 12PAKCA 557 PINEAPPLE '. .' 1 PIE FILLINGS CAli HAIRSPRAY .'. ." ,SIZE
,1500 scholarship in one of the fine
arts for a Crystal River High School s 'DOLE PINEAPPLE $ 29 MAXWELL HOUSE EXCEDRIN, $R23
Last scholarshipwas $299
graduate.awarded to Jody Ann Jorstad., JUICE. .'. n CAN INSTANT COFFEE 'a TABLETS . ., 'sI ,

.' ........a..,..- FOIL \ i FLOUR RINSE
;:: ,
HOparbaw wdh o FA.ndFta.oaP OHUom $359" .. MUMINSMroK PLAIN ORSELFRISING ; '
p FiosI .g. L
'ago $158'
Call Mark at BTL. 2S-FT' tr y 5-LS. Zt-A:: -oa.,
... '
473-4340 or,964-6305 SIZE BAG _- BTL.
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I November 11,1988' .TIMKS& MONITOIV 8KCTJON: Page SB


I :: .. ... . :-: Local Home Economist Has Turkey Tips I ICleopatra's I

Diane Douglas ,deciding on the turkey size. A rule of grow in the stuffing as it thaws and in the refrigerator, An 8 to U pound ,
by bird will take 1 to 2 while 20
days a
& be .trouble in the
Upholstery thumb to follow Is one and one half you will Inviting
to 24 pound will thaw in 4 days.
'It fails, Thaknsgiving form illness.These
never every pounds per person. So If you are serving of food-borne ,
Decorating Emporium half the population panics at the 10 people, a 15 lb. bird would be birds go directly from the freezer to Thawing in cold water will take up to
: thought of preparing a holiday bird. adequate. (t.5lbs. X 10 15.0 Ibs. Of the oven. Sometimes in their haste 12 hours depending on the size, and
:" ", 322 S.Walnut Street Starke 9647014Next Menawhile the other half blindly course, if you like, turkey sand people neglect to read the label and, remember you must keep changing
,t : ( Door to Lake Area G1as$ follows the way they've cooked for'' wiches, add a couple of pounds. unknowingly purchase a "pre- the water every 30 minutes to keep i i
", years; never giving thought to the Frozen turkeys are the most common stuffed turkey' and thaw It. Don't the temperature!! cold, I
BO% OFF Mini.BlInds tO Rp tg fact that their family and guests are form you find In the grocery make this mistake.
10% OFF Upholstery Fabric: "at risk" for a case of food poison store. These can be purchased at Fresh turkeys should be purchased Thawing a turkey In a microwave j i
the ItolWays is but check themanufacturer's
r i ing. Safe food handling, storage and any time, but keep frozen until 1, to 4 only 1 to 2 days before cooking. acceptable I
Wallpaper Drapes Bedspreads by I hwnaclLer cooking practices must never be, days before cooking.A' Most meat markets require that you' Instructions fort '
directions. microwave
underestimated when preparing a place order ahead of time. Do not Every
frozen 'pre-stuffed bird'cuts an
Mini Blinds by Klrsch & Graber operates differently and wattage
dinner. bird. power
Thanksgiving down time becausethe 'buy a pre-stuffed
We Carry a Full Line of Fabrics.We Sell &Hang Wallpaper preparation varies greatly. Information to 'I
is made
stuffing and in
__.__ Buying A Turk'eyMost the bird.'NEVER, NEVER thaw a Thawing and PreparationThe ,look for is the minutes per pound and
',' folks have a difficult time 'nr.t"fff'rl" tiirkpv Bacteria will safest way to thaw a turkey Is the After power thawing level to remove use for nee thawing.and '

giblets;,wash the turkey, inside and
outside, with cold water, then drain'
} ''well. Be sure to wash hand, utensils,
> .. THANKSGIVING FEAST sink and anything else that comes in
contact with .raw turkey. These
practices eliminate any possibilityof
." bacteria.cont mination. (

:': ', : WeD SPECIAL, ,In Stuffing recent and years Roasting we've seen a

F number ,of creative1' roasting''
J ,
'"1' ,;, f' 'methods} all of which sent food
1. CRYOVAC 'scientists into a frenzy. There's the
; pre-cook half-way: the day before

15-18: LB. AVG FRESH and the low temperature overnight,
method. (rankly wouldn't' be surprised
rt t of someone came up with a
;, WHOLESMOKED 1. -.. ; I.I. PORKSHOULDER BRAND way to cook it in the dishwasher!>>> '

'. ;, \!'t U.STCHQJCE' Roast a' turkey, in a of 325 degree
oven for'the amount sug-
i r' t).5 CHOIJ Bested for the weight of your bird
1-' : E-Z CARVE Most turkeys have roasting tinie l.
tables on the packaging. Cover the
turkey With a loose tent, of he vy- '
: duty aluminum foil and remove 20 to
I" 30 minutes before roasting is done. to I
r HAMS Ir I PICNICS RIB ROAST promote browning.

,,;[ To save time an& energy, bake
'. stuffing in a separate casserole dish,
: '
\, :
the cooks faster and
turkey you
'j \\ ''f',"" : WE WILL HAVE A,
t,:?:,?(;."('" COMPLETE VARlET" OP. avoid the risk' of bacteria growth in

(:' ,'' ":..'::,";.\ 1 GEESE: the stuffing.
", ,\.,',;,;e/,. /'",''. t CAPONS FRESH TURKEYS Storing'Leftovers

'. FRESH TURKEY PARTS ,Remove ,all stuffing from the !:(
SMOKED TURKEYS turkey as soon as it is done and serve: i
LIMIT ONE I SMOKED: TURKEY BREAST,, food while hot.:'Allowing your holi'';, !

,i; WITH FOOD FRUITED HAMS PRICES GOODTHURS.WED. day feast to sit at room temperature, ,
.ORDER! for', any length of 'lime"''is not a :
'* COlJi'lTRYHAMS' ,;, .
healthly .Its usually at this! :
NOV. 7 Z3, 1988'KOSHER '
TURKEYS point in the meal my Fahter lovingly,
} QUANTITY RIGHTS reminds me, that-people have left
FRESH GAME liENS .'... RESERVED........... i I
--- -_... ,-...-. food out for generations.Ahyyes, but
.people have always dismissed the

': J LB: wi.L: B.' ( LB. headache over-eating.Remember stomach"' we1' are,discomfort talking' about'.,. ,,

", 'FI safe food practices: that prevent the.
"" 'risk of food poisoning. And they are
., ,., "'. ,( V, simple steps that insure a happy. and

{'.', :. : ', | .SHANK PORTION or PORK SHOULDER U.S.'CHOICE WHOLE OR HALF healthly Leftovers celebration.should be divided 'into

,' '" ,,',.,'' SHANK HALF HAMS t 'LB,: '$127 SMOKED PICNICS. LB ::95 LAMB LEGS. t" '. ,, LB 288' samll 4 days the rfrigerator Turkey will;while keep stuff-3to':,'

:,'::.!)'< ing and gravy needs, to,'be used
,within 1 to 2 days. Freeze extra serve.Ings .
FRESH that 'will not be comsumed
-- I BUTT PORTION or ,$-37' BOSTON BUTT $-167 HARVEST within a 4 day period., .: '
"" '' If run into a snag,don't panic,
: : > 'call the USDA Meat- and PoultryHotline
,?> i', .f': I" FARMSTEAD FRESH at 1-BOO-53f-4555.'Then'ex<

'(,\"f1' ,;,t+,(yv.f;; < ::Kv'yir I 1Wf r ......,..MADISON BRAND ,,-, $198 .WHOLE BONELESS $2 97 C tended,holiday,,hours 9 ace to,'Monday 5 .
through a.m.
Friday pm.
u .
? : ,t .. ,',0 :, )1' | Saturday: and Sunday NovemberlUs\
,, ; .I, : ', :,, ':', .. ; % HAMILTON W-D BRAND US' CHOICE'' and 20" 9 am.' to 5 p.m. 'and
,.,, ., ,, ,SIRLOIN TIP i Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 8
: :. .,, LOW SALT $198, $267 'FRESH'ti '' a.m. to
;" ,' .' FRESH E-Z CARVE HAMS is ROAST ,. .. ., ,, .,,.....'.. ', FLORIDA ifT'riANkSGJVINGJI!t!I''
: : I
: \
I"f": : !': PORK ROAST CANNED HAMS .t SZE $997 '-'_.'=-- ; TOP SIRLOIN y ParentTrainingWorkshop
; $
:,,.,, :: <
"('"i "'" ,' ,'STEAK 138ENDIVE. .
i /i" HORMEL CURE 81 .
; : sLB.LB
," ,', :"" ".. $1 7. HAMS .'. "t.. '.LI $ 17 BAG Begins

3 t, ,A,. parent, ,training-- 'workshop for,

:' HICKORY SWEET fa $ 99, ,families exceptional, children is,
Le. ,
BONELESS HAM ESCAROLE 01 ROMAINE set for Saturday. Dec, 3 from'9:30:
'.: : HARVEST' FRESH , 330:; p.m.'althe St.,.James'
Church in Palatka.:
-\ ..;;t ''There will be guest speakers,,
," ,';' f1SUNSHJ i activities exhibits,:'
n' .NO. E 'family ,computer
L", IM" .:00: JzU ::-'. W *, adaptive toys and Santa. Childcareand
GAr ".;. lunch will!! be provided "
< -. Please call for reservations by
-0.0 -- Nov:30 at the following numbers,
'LB. ,
Bradford County-call RobinLee,
i I,
1 s Baker County-call Sharon. Boyette. ',i I''
w'NW' s 259-6251! ,, '.' 1'
>Mn HARVEST FRESH Union County-call Patsy Cason, ; j.
196-3046;. .
"" '." GREEN ONIONS .St.Johns County-call Harry Hurst {
: '324-8174; '. I I
.Flagler''County-caU Eleanor ;I
IJ $ Lewis, 437-3351, 't
.Putnam Count -;'cal1 Roberta i
., "I \Spurlock.328-881i-
, ,'. '. FOR' [4 j .This workshop is sponsored by the'Florida' \,
Diagnostic and Learning
Resources System and your local
public school exceptional education
", LOW program.

pR< Sign-Up'BegIns
L. .

SUPERBRANDMEDIUM PIES .,.', $199 FRESHCRANBERRIES Artists and entertainers-Don't; be
j OCEAN 2'' $100''PUMPKIN 99C' and
, EGGS I shyj Step right up get your ap.
001 : m i plication to the 20th Annual Spring

j ,SAUCE SUPERBRAND $1i9: THRIFTY MAID :,95cHARVEST FRESH I Arts Gainesville.Festival, on April.;:; 12.In,
: ,
I ORANGE JUICE 6 LF' $118 'Juried visual arts exhibition with
I (: : WHITE POTATOES poll's $20,000 in cash prizes and purchase
I "SUPERBRAND 00 SUGAR BARREL C awards.Deadline for artists toapplyis
6 9 $ 19
2 1 toa. Jan.10, 1989 deadline for enter
16-oz'CAN SOUR CREAMSUPERBRAND ..... PIE SHELLS .. '.;.. .. ... ,, .. PECANS AND NUTS AVAILABLE FOR ALL tainers is Jan. 23.
", ,So don't wait til it's too late.Call or
( 00', .YOUR BAKING.NEEDS. write the Spring Arts Festival Office .
THRIFTY MAID Q $j19 I 89c : 2. h. P.O. Box 1530, Gainesville Fl.
CUT GREEN BEANS O Ii:: CREAM CHEESE .' :! .WHIPPED TOPPING / ',,32602. (904) 372-1976, Nancee Clark,
coordinator.Msgt. .



,J s1-eo CT. SEE YOUR DELI MANAGER Jackson NamedSr.

Air'' Force Master Sgt.. Coy
WHOLE! SMOKED HOLIDAY HAMDINNER Jackson, son of Luree Jackson of
; s BAKED POUNDCAKES CREME PIES r'ES'' Starke, has been named senior non-'
Ew ? SMOKED or BAKCO. 10-7]IBS. TURKEV. commissioned officer of the year.
: TURKEY PRECOOKED WEIGHT. 4 LBS. CORNBREAD Jackson la a radiology services
; : 'S $399 \ DRESSING IBS. YAMS a 2 IBS GRAVY superintendent with the ColumbusAir .
O f "1, 1
}, Y pGY HOLIDAY $0195 Force Base Hospital, Miss.
d" 4pEEt LB. S a IW The selection was based on the In-
LET US ?h-L _, TURKEY DINNER .tAt dividual's exemplary duty performance -
SELECT oc STANDARD EACH rCf-)EACH TMOM.1101 MCASn.WMC:1IBS. Job knowledge, leadership
1211. CHICKEN improvement and other accomplishments.

AVAILABLNVeEAF000' STORES ONLY. Revs Alphonse and Alma Jenkins,



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88 TELfcORAPH; ,TIMES A,MON1TOK SECTION November 11.,1988

I I' Obituaries'' t

Mack E. Barrett held Friday, Nov. 11, in Keystone mothea In lieu of flowers,"the family re- Rehabilitation Center in Gainesville Survivors include her husband, J.
Heights Cemetery with Rev: Funeral services were held quests donations be made to following an extended illness. Bates Johnson, Jr.; her mother,
Mack E. Barrett, 91, of Keystone Leamon Ward officiating. Arrangements Wednesday, Nov. 16 at First United Keystone High School Art Depart- Born in Union County,Mr Bielllng Mrs. Eva E,Pearce of Gainesville;
Heights died Wednesday, Nov. 9 in Methodist Church in Macclenny. Richard Keene of
are handled by Jones ment. lived most of his life hi Gena, Fla., two brothers,John
the Bradford Hospital of Starke Memorial services will be held Fri- Alachua and .Wayne Pearce of
Funeral Home. until to Alachua
following a brief illness day at 4 First Baptist Church He moving, retired a year ago. Gainesville; four sisters, Dr.
was a fisherman, a
Born Oct. 22, 1897 in Cedartown of Heights. Brinkley Franklin Oliver N.C.
Kerry Anne Bethea Keystone Bielllng veteran of World War II in the U.S. Mildred Keene of Morganton, ,
Ga, Mr. Barrett moved to Keystonein Miss Kerry Anne Bethea, 17. of Guerry Funeral Home of Macclenny'' Franklin Oliver Blelling, 66, died Air Force, and a member of Providence Evelyn'Strickland of Jacksonvilleand
1985 from Miami.He was a retired It tirrrnnRp of nrrnngemenJs- ._ Wednesday In Oaks Residential & Church. Bonnie Parker and Eleanor
Keystone Heights, died Sunday, Village Baptist
aircraft mechanic and a Baptist.
ZabUosti, both of Gainesville.
'Survivors include one son, David Nov, 13 at Bradford Hospital from Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Memorial services were held Nov.
Lucille Matthews of and
C. Dreher of Miami two sisters, Jo Injuries sustained In an automobile Alachua Funeral
; 16 in the Chapel of Archer
accident that occurred in Clay Count several nieces and nephews.
Blakeney of Spartanburg, S,C., and Graveside Home of Lake Butler with Rev.
funeral services
Theo Edmundson of Cedartown, ty near her home. were
Robert Johnson officiating and Dr.
Survivors include her parents, held Nov. 13 in Old Providence
'Ga.,, four grandchildren, and four
J, Wayne Reitz delivering
Merrill and Jonell Bethea of Cemetery with Rev. Derwin Griffin
grandchildren.Graveside funeral services were Keystone Heights; one' sister, TimLOUIE'S 'IUiiUl1lAiiiil; ,. ,Put Suga-Lik '" 'officiating Archer Funeral Home of' eulogy. Burial will be Friday National, Nov.
Lake Butler 'was In charge of ar '18 at 10 a.m. at Arlington
I Liquid Protein rangements. Cemetery in Arlington, Va.. Archer
,I Funeral Home of Lake Butler is in

i 'gee w,..,ie.,r,. Supplement with LTM '" Albert SandersonAlbert charge of arrangements.In .
lieu of flowers,memorials may
L. (Sandy)' Sanderson, a be given to the University,of Fla.
in Your Feeders former resident of SR-230E, Starke, Foundation for Cancer Research.
'Ii.. !. ':"'; ': ";' died Oct. 27 in Pompano Beach,
111'lil.t'IIIjllllhhllh'I"b.1:; !iii! '" and Get More Out Sanderson is survived by his wife, Mrs. Edith Savage KuespertMrs.
: : I Sanderson who
Sapp 'of
Edith Kuespert ,
'. !liliJi; ; J' :;/ of Your Herd The born Sanderson's and raised in moved Bradford to Count Keystone Heights Savage,died Friday,Nov.

11 at her home after an ,apparent
1980 and recently moved back down
heart attack.
Serving Alachua, Bradford & Union,Counties south until his death. )Mrs. Kuespert was owner and
Mr. Sanderson, 87, was born in
operator of Keystone Beauty Shop
Morris, N.Y, and was an executive ,
Contact for 22
: with Marine Midland Bank in Buffalo years.Survivors '

Ja Robert's Cash FeedsSweeter ,N.Y. for 46 years. He moved, to John M. Kuespert Include; two her sisters husband, Annie ,
terror,. the Coral Ridge Section of Fort Lou ,Pritz of Gainesville and

I /Compact $9999 Starke.Lauderdale In 1963,before moving to Hills Virginia, Fl. S. Butt, of Howey-In-the-

Fu11,4cut vlratro Profits Begin Robert. Worrell Sanderson helped organize North No service Is planned at this time.:
j, levels .l > Power with Ridge Bank in the Fort Lauderdale: 'Burial will be in the,family plot in
7 l 496-2390 462-2394 area and was pleased to see, when
Suga-L1k 1M Ocala.
I V- waits MiSljgSmer.gefroai cycle fit he moved back to S.Florida In 1987,.

W' that its had opened five branches John J. (Jack) Scanlan
according to his wife, Louise
Jack) Scanlan of Lorain,
Sanderson's Involvement in the John J. (
Red Cross dates back to 1947 in Buf Ohio, died Friday Oct. 28, after a
illness. He graduate
,falo. He was a member of the lingering was a
of Cathedral Latin High School in
Broward County chapter's
$119 program Cleveland and Notre Dame Univer-
I development committee, and in 1969
PEDIATRICIANannounces sity of South Bend, Ind.. where he
chairman of fund-raising in the
member of the track team anda
was a
South Florida combined service ter-
the recent opening of ritory of the National Red Cross. 5O-year. member' of the MonogramClub. ,
I Ccc '=SSS5J 5M'crovvave His favorite hobby was yard work,
Before retiring, he was employed
Control her Starke Office said Mrs. Sanderson said. as an industrial ,salesman ,for 20
; .<) In addition to this wife, survivorsof years at Murphy-Phoenix Co. in
Oven Mr. Sanderson include two sons
I mint 1o mlevers! wens.9gsg Primary'Specialty:Newborns & Children Robert C. Sanderson of Buffalo andJames Marys Cleveland.Catholic He was Church.a member. of,St. 1.

'i Automatic defrost A. Anderson of Ithaca, N.Y.; Survivors include his wife of 47
g L2 start 3& ,Secondary Specialty:Adult Medicine a daughter Joan Rickers of Buffalo, years, the former Ruth Sternberg of
and two
eight grandchildren, great-
Starke; two sons, Jerome of Las
3CO Accepts: grandchildren., Vegas, Nev., and James P. of

Washington, D.C.; two daughters,
Shield P.P.C. Insurance
Blue Cross/Blue
,Mrs.Mary Lee JohnsonMrs. Mary Ellen Scanlan of Denver,

and Medicaid Insurance /IMter Mary Lee Keene Johnson,66,; Colo.,'and Gertrude G. Scanlan of
of Stuart... Fl., and Blowing Rock,' ,Washington, D.C.; a brother;
), z F+orPOltvr N.C., died Nov. 14 at Martin Eugene Scanlan of Cincinnati; two
II OFFICE HOURS: Memorial Hospital in Stuart following ., sisters,Mary Scanlan Jarvis of West

0 Mon. Fri. 1-4; Saturday 11-2 a lengthy illness. Orange,N.J.,and Margaret Scanlan ,
Born in Hastings, Mrs.'Johnson Murphy of Shaker Hts.; and one''
Under Counter $14999MMI 864 N.Temple Avenue, Suite A lived most of her life in Florida with grandchild.Rites ,
(Across from Pizza Hut) current residences in Blowing Rock, were held November 1 at the
N.C., and Stuart, Fl. She was a Reidy-Scanlan Funeral Home with
V Power x'18 9999 mtnte timer 9643295 Hours:' retired personnel officer with the Rev Daniel O. Divis, associate
Wtthmounting 10 .,,/,7o 755-2441.752.2689 U.S. Patent Office and a member of pastor of St. Marys Church of

Q # _,the Christ Church at Stuart., ficiating. Burial was ,in Calvary
Cemetery of Lorain.

NZ ,amo Melvin A.Williamson

Melvin A. Williamson";61--p[
( Starke, died:Nov. M"in'Bradfordtendett ;) I

tiJoan's HoePitaliaf46tarkE! r.A 4
I illness'! '. r t '(,fI I

Born Mar. 26, 1907 in Mexico City
O / / Williamson, moved to Starke In
F- Fashions is having 1972 from New York City. He had
Mld-Size $179 been coming to Starke from New
Microwave York for the past 36 years.'He was
H an electrical engineer with the New
0 wens.em e del 10 Power revels York City Transit Authority and attended
I Ufuncyions.'19.89 rost. to 600 Their ,FirstI St. Marks Episcopal Church.
min to rn,#51758 Survivors include his wile Angle
M. Williamson of Starke; a
t "" : > daughter Lourdes Rodriguez of
: j, AnniversarySALE New York City; three sons,MelvinA.
and Joseph W. both of New York

City and Richard W. of Starke; a
S199HOTPOWT1 sister Celia Chapman of.Phlladelphla
Pa.; a brother .
'" Richard W., Williamson of Miami;' '

0Q : ,:, .' and three grandchildren. 'I
; Funeral services were held Nov.
I .
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:', )(,I\tl\V ';' 14 in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel: with
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Friday November 18th Starke

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Size Birjrtlere: Pay Here
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levels up b 700 ,
.lighted cook n 99.99 minute timer- Our Cars
CXm Mostly
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: One Owners ;

,90 DAYS ,SAME AS CASHOn ,New Car Trade-Ins,

Any Microwave,Television, VCR.Stereo or ONLY -

Home Laundry Item Purchase of$250 or More.

FREE of any Down Payment, Monthly Payment. 81 Cher PO
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__......._CN_Finance_...Charges. rfMqnftfy _NS_ 81 Eflcort-like New ,
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it comes To Everyday Low Prices. air.beautiful gold color

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>*ur end imM M MMfeeuy>*" customers for this medium .
making past wonderful size auto.. air.V6
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.. Other facts about the toll road: Offer
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$1350 MERLE IORMAN Come! create your own Glorious,
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411 W. Madison Street Includes; a duel of luminous lipstickSj, I hght catching: color

1 tL, ,,,;,. 964-5827 \ Nail Glaze plus lip- I Spirited eye shimmering cheeksand
t":,':,)," : i '>' j perfecting Tnmline Lip PencIl and I !umnous11rps., MerleNorman's
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Bn4Tor4 Canty Chamber Commerce with a friend for $5 each.: 1( .

front cf the recently___YaW CENTEL -4380 or 964S305 \ 18'Si;Thompson Street y'',Stark -964-1355.
: organization's hnpnrreiaait. Award to
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The Starke Downtown Merchants flIftI
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plans to kick off the 1988 Christmas
Season with the;following: : plans:? .
(! '!.FRIDAYS: SATURDAY, ,..,..Nov. 'A? '
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I SATURDAY, Dec.: 10, 10..111," 'A ;(,1.i'N.
I Christmas Strawberryland"%The
I'' annual Christmas Parade in the ;
( downtown area. Santa arrives by ( Keystone
I horse-drawn sleigh. Following the
\ parade there will be performances
'" at SFCC center, a'' dance perfor
mance, band concert, play by SFCC There will be choral and
and parade award presentations.Free '

' ,y: drawn to 2 p.m.rides carriage,and with pictures will Elves be with from in a Santa 11 horse / : ',,' '\iiV it:: ';instrumental and dancing.i> :;':,: J;!r ;;ix! :iI\II; {\ : '\:;1=1 ,,

,' 1 the antique sleigh will be taken. / : ,,"'j ', : "' 1." .;
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". i' ; .' AN OPEN HOUSE by Downtown ,'' i" groups from, our area. There, .:" < ; ., <: : ''
, n 1.\\ : Merchants will be held also on Dec. : : (
'I 10 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.Select from 1 '
the Snowman
will be clowns 1
." ,i;' ,"Santa Specials", free drawings, : ,..Frosty ,
light refreshments,and much morel .
;'::, So come out and got in the I : :Santa Claus and balloons. : ,
:' '" Christmas spirit early I Enjoy the ",I' j .'
.&" decorations and friendly community :< ; '. ,. .. :
( atmosphere of shopping at home. ';. Plus free carriage and sleigh .rides.
.' You will be surprised how easy and
enjoyable your shopping can be! 5:30' 'will all
At to
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:'j.: ,For Employers pislocated Wanted Worker, : 'the 'theme,park (City 'Hall by ,the. library) "

Program Funds for a short 'Christmas Service ,held V '
WANTED: Employers to par* i
,,a; ,ticipate in the JTPA Title III of churches and '
y Dislocated Worker Program by some our a ''r
'I designed fund on-the-iob training
1\,,\ positions unemployed.for the long-term, lighting alive- Christmas,tree.. '

''negotiated into Training account with agreements employers the Individual will, 'taking be, Please and ,be our guests for, a .' .' : '.,

,. characteristics of the participant so Christmas and kick-off of .
1 that the on-the-Job training will be preview
.' mutually beneficial to the participant .,
and the employer. the beginning of the Christmas '
2 JTPA will pre-screen and assess : '
all applicants prior to referral and
., will reimburse the training ,season. .
of the
< employer for 50% participants
hourly wage for the training period..
Employers must have a bona fide '
1,I job opening, be v-illing to train,and ,.
I be covered by Workman's Compensation V.

'I''i i, surance.or some other, comparable- in-' : '

\ For further information,contact
t Sandra Demps, 1430 S.. First St.,
Lake City, (904) 758-0433; or 609 N.
Orange St.,Starke, (904) 964-8092 by

appointment ,

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the equipment and driver' : r', rcHarits '
license laws of Florida while insur-:
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Union County yk w ns4'v' aa F -

The Florida Highway Patrol'will. ( : ; a En # 1 Must be 18 to enter
': be conducting driver license and is ,MBM NO PURCHASE NECESSARY \
Ii i vehicle Inspection checkpoints during '
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CHEVY" V4 TON 4>4 PARTS .front and BY OWNERi 3 ocr. on Forsyth Rd. ;350 H. I 265 N T.miiU.. Stork. *,]
rear axles, transfers transmissions. REGISTERED QUARTERHORSES for tale. frontage. $3.500 per ocr. Also 6.80
ONE ACRE LOTS with mobile homes T
.964-5812.. TFc.
7823336. 4tchg )11/17-12/8 acres for $2500 ocr. Call,
'12 CHEVY SILVERADO 3/4 ton ..... AT '1-407-464-6827 p.r ready to move Into. Several to choose f 1,7001
lOtpd 9/15-11/17 INVESTORS DREAM One Acre
AC PS. PB, PW 17.40 Ground Howgs, 100 ACRES six house and barn from. Owner financing. Payments less
excellent condition. $3.000 OBO. BOATS Owner will $ ., than rent Low down payment;. from CROSBY LAKE LOT Cleared 100 ft.on wag.r, Reduced' to$ 17,800 [

473-4346 after 6pm. Itpd 11/17 964.7771 9644537. 10/20TF 11500. 964-4238. 10/27TF .....HOMES-..,
1*$4 HONDA' CXXX ,Rebel 250 low EVINRUDf OUTBOARDS new 'Evlnrude SHORT or ON CASH" LIKE NEW 1U 14.t* MH. 2 large BR, 2 LIKE HUNTING t/2 Acre 1872 ..f. frame horn., 3 BR. 1 Ba. LR. FR, DR

mileage. $700. Itchg 11/17 outboardi and.trolling motors, in box, NO Down Payment land I baths, large kitchen: with large situated in the BEAUTIFUL WILDLIFE AREA OF UNION COUNTY. all of this forlust
automatic breakfast bar lots of cabinets '
MUSTANG III clean v8. ,
174 '
1988 A 89 invoice deals land and $28.0001
Packag. on new
runt good. $1200. 782-331..ltchg 11/17 100% financing available. GBM Sales, mobile home with set-up's. 1 acre--up. cathedral celling with celling fan with COUNTRY STYLE LIVING on Florida water at Its flnestr 800 of paved winding
,GOOD 1978 PLYMOUTH VOLAREi cheap. 1-800-544-2850, S days, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Many with large oak and lights Washer A dry.r hookup driveway to this superb' 3500*f home. This home ha beautiful wood.n floors,
11/17 10500. "496-1307 eves 496-2680.
964.8589. Days
FOR SALE BY Itchg OWNER 1984 Pontloc Bon- fcan UNDERGROUND (No Mound) septic 4tchg 11/3-24 carpet vault.d ceilings. 4 'levels space, large foyer, eat In kitchen
BUY CHEAP NOW FIX UP FOR SPRING tank 11 with built-in formal large living A family room
new appliances, dining room
nevllle, clean. 964.3510 from 5.10 p.m. ItIO 14x70 CAf ELLA MOBILE HOME 2
2tchg 11/17-24 USE: two 16' fish/ski boats, each with' RALPH BRYAN REALTY BR, 2 bath Central AC A heat Pay off with fireplaces. 4 bedroom.3 full baths, 3'A bath, Inside utility room, 3 sunbathing
WJ TOYOTA Hllux, 4 owner PU 37000 good trailer and motor. On. has 60hp *64.11,. mortgage approx. 7500. 964.7680 decks. 100 ftt.on Lake Geneva 2% ocr., with sprinkler system large
Chrysler that need head gasket, only ONE ACRE UNCLEARED, on DuPonr oaks azaleas camellias located SR 21 S. Hts.
K-M loaded ,new battery sporty. nights and weekends. 1 Itpd 11/17'' | dogwoods, on Keystone
$900 total I Th. oth.r has 55 hp '
$5595. Mutt .... 9644099. Itpd 11/17 Evlnrude, possibly on. cyllnd.r shot Road paved frontage, $4500. 964-3321. 1917 'DOUBLEWIDEt 24x44, 2 porches, Asiumable mortgage. Must see to appreciate I
f Itpd 11/17 less AFFORDABLE AT $51.000 1023 E. Call St. 1 'A bath CHA, cable ready,
( 16x20
1911 'XLT RANGER TRUCKS assume .only $750 total. Boats In good shape. 3/2 CHAA 1 ocr. more or !
payments. 468-2372 after 7 p.m. 2tchg Call .473-4013 leave message. ,Itpd COMMERCIAL building. $25SOO firm. 964-5876 after stove, refrlg., 1596 s f., opprox. \'A acre lot.
11/17.24 11/17 noong.2tpd 11/17-24 LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS, PRIVACY PRICED RIGHT I Keystone, beautiful
ATTENTION4GOVERNMENT SEIZED'' IS'$"' TRI-HULl Boat two motors, SOhp DOUBLEWIDEi, 8x20 enclosed porch Spanish-style/ home, 3450 ..f.,10 acres, sprinkler system, 4 BR, 2'/k\ boo formalLR
VEHICLES from $H)(). Ford, Mercedes, Mercury 7V hp ivlnrude, built-in gas nice condition. 1 acre more or lets, fully equipped kitchen. Ig. FR, brick fireplace, patio pool ceiling fans 2
Corvettet, Chevyi. Surplus, Buyer tank, 18 gal., trailer with buddy bearIngs nice yard. $20.900. 964-5876 after, car garage, new roof zoned Agrl., 2 ossum. mtg. $135,000
Guide.. 1.602838-8685' ex*. A-11006. n.w tires, front and crank lift COMMERCIAL BUILDING FOR RENT noon 2tpd 11/17-24 KEYSTONE HIS Spacious, quiet country living 3 IIR, 2 Ba, Ig. FR klt/DR corn
fcan good condition. $2500. 964-8251. 209 E.Adkln. Downtown Stark. $200 monthly. Can LOCATED ON BAYLESS HIGHWAY bo 2000 s.f., CHAA. city water 2 septic tanks;..c. cond.Sale pric.dl8! 55.000
.' .. 11/17TF ,remodel to suit at negotiable price. mil. from 100. 9644140. Itpd 11/17 ULTIMATE EXECUTIVE LIVING stucco block beauty with 3400 s.f..
Phone 964-63O5 John.
HOMES 7 old \ in ,
yr* on 2Vi ocr. Lawtey area. Spacious..Elegant..Prettlgel
OFFICE SPACE 500 sq. ft. for rent on
> FOR SALE HELP WANTED Hwy 301, Stark. Apply at Durranc. PERSONALS STYLISH BRICK HOME 601 Falrlane St., 3 BR.' 2 Ba, carpet, c.ramlc tile, CHAA
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Pump A Supply. 9647061. 8/25TF appliances and blinds' remain1,364 s.f. S 62.000

LARGE THREE BEDROOM, concrete block' SEWING MACHINE MECHANIC position STORES FOR LEASE across from BANKRUPTCY $9St stops garnishments; 1133 NEIL COURT: 3 BR, 1 Ba carport, OWNER FINANCING! $ 33,000
lawsuits and bill collectors. DUPLEX 2BR/2Ba. Bradford Drive $ 43,500
KOA/Walmart. 964-8848 or eves Compl.t.
home, carpeting AC, CH. 30500. available. Experience ,
necessary preparation 207 ALVAREZ CTi 2 1 Ba fenced $ 17,500
,17267651. 11/3TF Salary n.gotlabl. 7 paid holidays, 4733627. 11 13TF of all legal docum.nts.Paralegals BR frame yard
N.W.29th AYE 2 bo 4 CHA $ 79,400
$23,000 CUTIE I paid vacation. Apply In person at 1-800-444-7435 Legal BR stucco Irame 20.7 acre,
LOSTFOUNDLOJTYELIOW Alternatives, Inc. fcan BETHEL CHURCH RDt 3 BR 1 ba. wood floor 1185 s.f. 3 $ 60.000
2 BR frame with central heat A air, utility Vogue Mfg.. 710 S. Water St., Stark., CB acre
room carport A storage. Steve Included. 964-5064. 11/3TF DIVORCED DADS Court order for child CONERLY ESTATES: 3 8R, 2 bo, FP, 1800 s.f., easy financing $ 82.000
Neat as a pin t CUT TO THE BONE EASY WORK EXCELLENT PAY I Assemble LABRADOR RETRIEVER: support? Th.r. or. 9'/i\ MILLION of usl CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. all waS.r,1 BR/1 Bo. $90,000
o for quick sale products at home Call for informs weighs 80 lb. 1-800-367-3912-, To h.lp each other remove the stigmaof GRAHAM: 3/2, 2.78 Ac., 1930 s.f.. CHAA $ 85,000 |
RALPH BRYAN REALTY tion. 504.641-8003,' ..$. 9579. 4tpd 964-7297 or 475-1406. Itpd 11/17, take the "crime" out of SO CHIC. SO CHEAPI newly remodeled 3BR. IBa, freshly-
'64.'''' 11/3-23 REWARD OFFERED for dining chair loaf being a Divorced Dad. loin: NATIONALSSN. pointed new carpet 628 Pin.wood St., Reduced $ 28.500 I
ATTENTION-GOVERNMENT, HOMES ATTENTION EXCELLENT. INCOME For Sat., Oct. 30 wh.n moving from Pin. FOR DIVORCED DADS a non- ROAD 230-E12 story CB ( frame, 3 BR, 1'A $ 43,000
from $1 (IT-repair). Delinquent lax property -, home assembly work. Info. Call Forest Apts. to Ralford SR 100 Bayleis profit organization. To subscriber/for HWY.22S: 2/1 from. 3 stall barn newly rewired 2 Ac. $ 32.500
.! Repossessions* ,Coll 504-646-1700. P848. 2tpd 11/3-17 Hwy. and ,County Rood 229. Call Info,: 9043250234. icon KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB: 3 BR, 1 Bo. 1500 s.f.. wood frame $ 50.000
602.838-88885 Ext. H-11 006. fcan NEED EXTRA CASH for Christmas;'or a 431-1249 or 431-1552. r ., :SINGLES OR MARRIEDI! Tired of'the bar I BROOKERi 3/2 brick and from. Shady Oak S/D extra lot $ 44,000
FOUR ACRES-CLOSE IN full-time |lob? Try Avon Call Ramona;' scene? Come to BOOGIES Danc., | MENG DAIRY ROAD: 2.25 acre, 3/1 CB CH4A,so near, $ 40,000 [
With(J Bedroom 2 Bath frame. only ,7823068. 4tchg 11323ATTENTIONHIRINGt NOTICE mingle, have some good clean fun. All
' .. ...LOTS* ACREAGE..... > '
,$35,000. Federal government ages. N. Hwy.. 3Olf, 9645650.; Itchg, .
RALPH BRYAN REALTY.. (job In your area and overseas. should be submitted 1117 I LOT *, GOLFAIR RD Country Club Estates, 1.11 acr... Offer! $ 6.700 I
HWY. 325 10 Alachua line $ 23.500
9M-M78 Many Immediate openings without acres joins County
1d/ the Bradford
2 FRAME HOUSESi 1 at $10,000; 1: at waiting list or test. $17,840 to $69,485. .T.I.graph olflce 'In writing and County paid In CONERLY ESTATES: Lot 12 $ 10.000
$1 1,500. Both houses for $20,000. Good Phon. call r.fundabl., 602838.8885' advance unless credit Is already SCHOOLSUNITED MICHIGAN STREET Acre Inside city $ 10.000
Incom. producers, have b..n con ext. J-l 1006. fcan established with this office. RD. 100 EAST 1.37 acre, wooded and plotted $ 7,000
tinually r.nt.d for 20 Immediate LAWTEY 3 105th Ave. Investment $ 15.000
MASTER Truck Drive .
9647824. 2tpd 11/17-24 and Construction 100 12 fish wid. $ I
for men wom.n. HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN RD. Ei acres plus pond op.n spaces 26,000
Training D.O.T certification
THREE BEDROOM 2 bath frame brick engineering secretaries, sales, CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER placement assistance, financial, aid)lob PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.t 20.16 acres,3 wells,2 pole. $ 50,000

'and 1....4 11 stucco/17 CHSA 40000., 964-3321 etc. Hundreds of jobs listed In nearly' THE TELEPHONE. available, correspondence/resident_ | WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246 Fla. Frontier '*-$ 13.000 |

every occupation. CALL NOW! Minimum charge for classified ads Is training accredited member NHSC. RENTAL ON CALL STREET)11 V
REAL ESTATE 206-736-7000 ..t. 105A. fcan. 15 words for $3.50 then 15 cents for Call toll-free 18003463112. Head '
TAKING APPLICATIONS Edwards WANTED: lot on Santa F. lake I '
each Award thereafter $1 billing charge
quarters: Clearwater. Florida. ken
OUT OF AREA Grocery. Hwy 100 A 18 East..Apply in will be added. to each CHARGED Call for Comm.rclal listings t ,

,, person. Itpd 11/17 classified ad. i
32 0 hours .. ..
lot, ,rlv.r access, $5450 Each. NO week. Job located In City of 'lawtey.Job After Hour

mon.y down $65.41 monthly. Owner applicant must be familiar able work with, Ann.T.rwlll.garN.ison a. . . .'.. ., 473-7M1
1-236-4579 or 16222438. 1/7TF community be'outgoing' to D't4' AT.mV' '46-2291-'
with' people, work with minimum i1 MATHEWS : angtord" .nv
tracts-' some with cfeWstfeamtx 1 I''1-Kieupe.rvlelon, and hove: ovw|rori.portotton. o1' "' 'r' : "'" '\<>I>, ,, : E9 Poulln.Randolpls'I.: 'I. ... Pl / H..a. &J'! < -, -v. .94-310 I
$390 per ocr. and up. 10% down. Call Interested applicant should' sendresume. :. a.rM. . .\ ,-J.wlaaif. .t..morn.. .. .? /i tfUWS j
Including references, to Fred 964-4469 0..r._
after 7 p.m. 615.722.3812, or 722 5607, Fox Enterprises, Inc., P.O. Box 2017 hM8A REALTOR Debra Connaughton .,0. .y. .. ', . .rt.i.)' j. .964-2633
Icon When selling real .f.lm 'Why settle for telling the whole town when. you can tell the whole world
FROM 40 to i.OOO ACRES between Ocala Palatka Fl. 32078-2017 Attn: Errol D.

and Gainesville. Near 1-75, adjoins ... 2tchg 11/17-24 Lifting/ Agent for VA Acquired Properties Area, 1& II
magnificent horse form*. From $1700 EXPERIENCED HAIRSTYLIST: Flo. license.
Acre, t.rmsI.P.S.. (Corp.. Realtor ,MUST .have following. Rent your own MOBILE HOMES City: 1.38 Ac, great off Ice location.
904-629-6101. fcan room. Call Alan at ,Goldilocks, lfJ7 CONCORD 3 BR, 2V4 bo, hasCltyl' SR 100: 3.5 acre, potential
NORTHWEST FLORIDA 4 ocr.' mlpl 964-4645. Itcha 11/17 extra lot with wood from. house, city commercial development or....
farm 20 minutes to Gulf. $7500 and utilities. HOMES A ACREAGE YOU HOOK -YOU COOK! *

owner financing. Payments I... than WANTED 173 New Moon 12x60 with '
opprox. Rd. 2100 L brick '
Geiger I veneer .. ,
$99. $800-433-5814 or 9048354153. Hand-Fed Channel Catfish'-
acres, North of lawtey 105th Ave.
fcon approx. 10 acres; 4 BR, 2 Ba; CHAR
SOUTHEAST ALABAMA, 120 ocr., 20 WANTED PROPERTY RENO AREA 115 Fleetwood 52x2. 3 BR, 2 Ba city water A gas, front porch with Swing Triple H Fish FarmCALL
Please CHSA 1 ,acre Bedford Lak. ottchmt sunken living room ,
cultivation", peanut allotment.ntal write P. O. Drawer 280 Starke, ,
Income 2300. Balance timbertand. Fla. 32091. 4/7TF HOMES family room with Ig. brick fireplace, 964-6182 FOR DIRECTIONS OPEN TO PUBLIC
,Croak, pecan tr.... odolns| timber WORK WANTED HONEST DEPENDABLE, -FmHA Homes. formal'dining room, central vac '
company lands. $51,000. Barron, MATURE LADY needs 3-3 hour work Colley Rd. 3BR. 1 IBa, brick veneers., system, new carpet. Price reduced-*' .
Strother Broker, South.rn Properties, daily between 6 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., CHSA Ig. chain link yard. Owner anxious to sell I .
P.O. Box 755 Troy Ala. 36081 Call 964-8813. llpd 1/17 -St. Clair St.t 2 BR, 1 Ba, CHAA, with, Union Ctys 135 ,acres, 2700 sq.ft.

205-566-1870, 205-733-2442..fcon (large family, room.LAND brick home. Dqvid Lawson Paint & Body Shop

,S.R. 100 At Two 6.77 acre parcels, BUILDING LOTS Insurance
,OH 301 ,N. wooded 8.50 ac wwellB Little Lake Santa Fet 100x160 ft,tot, Work Tree Estimates

I septic n.w septic tank, approved for well CR 229 NW 28th St. a'' Starke 964-6133

-Lawt.rt')8 acres with 600 ft.. Hwy. power source to lot.
125 frontag. Two Story House, V.ry' nice. .

Cltyi one ocr. on Laura St., room for Remodeled recently painted Owner ,
L Anxious! .
several residential lots. -- -

''Bob Mathews, Realtor Andy; 'Jordan, Associate'. \ AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAcceIerated'Jfealty

441 W.., Madison $t., Starke \ :

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lB' : 964-4544
HOUSING.Susan') M.,Faulkner GRI CRB. President LAVERN H. OUTLAW .

EQUAL REALTOR Broker r--i Hwy. 301 8., IB ,

ERA :Faulkner Realty, Inc., Thinking *f buying rMllinst 1.S.I Starke.. 'FL
e/Reafty Call uil MMI SMIMt'

Located Hwy. 30t ,2 blks. S., of SR 100. 221 W. Lafayette St. 64-4522 REALTOR

ARKE FL Evening! Wt k ndi: : It HOme'Lots.Acreage"' Waterfront
+DUPLEX IN TOWN Good Income. .
*3 YR. OLD BRICKi 3 BR. 2 Ba/carport: in town. David L Dodf MSA. CXAlts. Fatty Kay Elder, MXAI I Farms '/ CommercialSAMPSON

DOUBLEWIDE TOWN Must see to appreciate. 3 BR, 2 Ba. 94-5370 I Hts. 94-5* > --= --. .- ,
..COUNTRY LIVING Room to roam. Horse stalls, large country house.: ER ,

NEW LISTING ON HAMPTON LAKE. I Lucille: C Spry LAKE 381/21 1/2BA Two Story Log Home on the Water:CHAA.
*LEASE PURCHASE on 2 home: Call for d.toil. : OpAl Dickson Stove, A Dishwasher 3000 SF, W.II A Septic Larg. Lot.
..OVER 2.000 SQ.FT.I Only $45.000. Could b. a show place with some TIC. REALTOR! Xes. 94-1420 IN THI COUNTRY 4BR/2B Brick Living t Dining Room., large Master I .

*OVER 1500 SQ.FT.I BR 2 Ba, CB. fireplace. 39500. Bedroom w/Walk-ln Closet. Large Eat-In Kitchen, Fireplace, CHI A,W.II A
.THIS ONE HAS IT ALL 3074 sq.ft., 3 BR,'2 bo, (acuiil, swimming pool. lg. Septic all on I Ac. '
screen porch fireplace. 2 1/4 pcr., has nice Ig. workshop. WANT PRIVACY? 2BR/2BA CB Home Large Living-Dining Room Family ,
GRAHAM AREA over 1700 sq.ft. 3 BR, 2 bo flr.plac., built-in BBQ grill. Room, Kitchen w/Breakfast Nook CHAA. Enclosed Garage,Well A Septic
chain link fenced, Ig. open shed with c.m.nt floor 1'At ocr.Assumable mtg. A Few of Our Many Listings I 3 Ac. -

by qualifying. COUNTRY CLUB brick over 1900 s.f.. formal living A dining room, family room, MOVI HOUSI TO NEW LOCATION 2BR/IBA Frame. In Good Condition, '
NICE AREA 3 BR., 2 boo stucco,' 1452 sq.ft.., heat pump, fireplace, fenced, recreation room or extra bedroom, 214\ 'boths. Jenn-AIr range, refrlg all .for Stove A Ref rl, $5.700.II I
yard Ig. utility room A workshop. Assumable mtg. und.r 80000. ST. CLAIR STREET,2871 BA Frame AC Unit,Spac.Heater, 10x24 Screened I
*J ACRES well t septic (needs checked), LEASE-PURCHASE MOBILE HOME on 7 acres, ready to mover In. 1 Porch, 112x310 lot. 29700.
U.52 1912 MOBILE HOME J acre, partially furnished. : 17900.. SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3/1 3/4; CHAA, range," refrlg only 38500. \ GRAND STREET 3BR/IBA Frame" Well I Septic 2 Acres. '
*1 ACRES 3 BR, 2 both barn. IMMACULATE BEST AREA 3/2, many extras, on one acre; ".."m. Mtg. OLD FASHIONED ,FRAME 4BR/1BA. Large living A Dining Rooms, Porches .
*B 1/4 ACRES 3 BR. 1 Bo, C Block between Storke A Lake Butler. : -17 ACRES of excellent land, many fruit trees, Fleetwood doublewlde. all Around 100x420 Lot w/Shode Trees, City Wat.r, Septic Tank, lawtey. .
*S 3/4 ACRES lowtey or a. I CONVENIENT TO TOWN 3 BR,.2 Ba, 411 Laura. $37,500, NEW RIVER _2BR/1 BA SW Mobile Horn. In Good Condition w.lla Septic,
*PINEBREEZIt 2 BR, 1 Ba, material to finish 3rd BR, f fenced yard, n.w windows WOULD YOU BELIEVE 65 plus acres for only $1500 per acre. Highway frontag. 9.5 Acres.

,I root. $26.300, BRICK 3 BR, I'/4 Ba. CHAA over 1300 s.f., In Starke, fenced backyard. HANDYMAN! SPECIAL -'Two-Story 3BR/2BA CB A Frame, large Irving-
*LAKE STREET: 2 BR house, t BR efficiency, rental Income $52S/mo. .1 ALMOST NEW DOUBLEWIDI on 40 acre, good land.. 85000. ,Dining Room w/Flreploc, Larg. Lot '
*WALDO nice Ig. 3 BR. 2 Ba, A small BR, 1 Bo; buy together or .separate BRICK 4 BR, 1V4 boo Raiford area on 1 acre
beautiful land with pecan Ir... DUPLEX IN STARKSt rantallncom. $550 per mo., only 25000. SELECTED PROPERTIES

*HWY. MS 3 BR, 2 Ba. brick veneer, on t beautiful acre.. POULTRY FARM A RESIDENCE pullet farm fully equipped, on 8 ocr.., Stark. I I.' ACRES Power pole a well. Owner financing. Small down payment. .

*4 BR. 2 BAt fenced yard convenient location. LAKE BUTLER: city water A sewer, big lot, nice from. home 1.7 ACRES Two-Story Bldg Wllvlng Area Upstairs, 6400 SF, Hwy 301 N.
NICI 1 BR, 2 bath, white cut brick over block 2295 sq.ft., beautiful pool. LANDt, tS ACRES on paved rood, nice property owner financing. I ID ACRES SW Mobile Home w/Stove C Refrl, 2 Wells. Septic Planted
Mimosa Drlv. p FRAME HOME Beautiful setting with pecan trees, on 2 acres. paved rood. I Pin... '

HAMPTON OAKS Beautiful brick home on 1.58 acres, WOO s.,., excellent water I 4. ACRES Will Divide, Owner Financing Good Terms: Brooker.
BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME over 2.000 sq. ft., Crystal Lak. access. REDUCED. 11 ACRES Will Divide Pecan Gr_, Well A Septic Owner Financing. .

GOOD INCOME 2 stores presently occupied. In downtown Starke. 1 ACRES Good Commercial Location Hwy. 16W.I .
r Call One of Our Professionally
COMMERCIAL ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home.

Trained Family Stark Excellent I ACRES Hwy. 301 South.
Staff Business In Opportunity
Today..9645O69i ONI.HAL' ACRE Zoned for Mobil. Home.
i Hlah).Traffic Ar.a Call for More Infol I I LAKE GENEVA Large lot 100 ft. on Water.
After Hours Call These Realtor Associates: /< RENTAL: 2 BR. IBa Stove & Ref rig., $2/5. I LAKE LOTS Crosby A Sampson Owner Financing.
I LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast Section of City, i
Faulkner .964-5142
Iron L. .... Call Us About '
DarUn Godwin;...:468-2503 ,
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ONI BEDROOM HOUSE unfurnishedwith LAKE GENEVA Mobil. Home Park 1967 MUSTANG COUPE for renovation. ,

EUREKA LOO HOMES Th. true large screen bock porch. 823 W. Keystone. Partially furnished, from Runs Also parts cor, $550.. 473.4815.. BABYSITTING In my home. Week days CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be... ..
American Dream. Your awn beautiful' Cypres St. 9646191. 2tpd 11/17 $135 month. Call 4737566. 2O1pd 2tpd 11/1.17 only. "I'm a Christian mother. Coll mltted to the Union County Times of-
log home and exciting business. Only'' THREE BEDROOM HOUSE IN WALDO 7/21-12-1 BUY. CHEAP NOW-FIX UP FOR SPRING 011I96-3836. anytime. 11/10 2tpd. 11/17 'flce In writing and paid In advance
$24.900, Available worldwide. ,Info,. stove, refrlg,. fenced yard."$223 me 1 BR COTTAGE near library furnished, USE Two 16' fish/ski boots, each with unless 'credit Is already established
motion and model location. Coll plus deposit required. No pets. AC. $240 mo. Lake privileges good troll. and motor On. hoi 60 HP REAL: ESTATE with this off lc..
18006438344. fcan MIl-I 509 after 6 p.m. 2tpd 11,7-24 4734961. 11/3 tfnchg Chrysler that needs head gasket-only THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
CONSIDER EXCITING CHANOEi join LARGE 2 M mobile home In good loca' RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY N.w MH,3 "$900 totall! Th. other has 55 HP RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
3,800 career cleaning service tion. $200 mo, $100 dep 964-8704. BR/2 BAv High Ridge Estates. Call Bob 'Evlnrude, possibly on. cylinder _hot.on 1-S-S-10-M ACRES or larger for sale. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
specialists; SERVICE MASTER offers 2tchg 11117.2011I 473-7975. 4tchg 1027.1117. $750 total! Boats In good shape. N.w two bedroom, 2 bath doublewlde THE TELEPHONE..
total business Dockage training. $2,500 TWO BEDROOM HOUSli on 233. Furnish' WHITE SANDS LAKI 3. BR'' furnished Call 473-4013, leave meisage, 2tpd on one or more acres: Call 496-3939, Clo..llled'ddlln."Is MONDAY, S
down. Call Jim Williamson 'ed with washer. 9644079. Itpd 11/17 house,'fireplace, A/C $373 mo. $200 11/17-24 days. 434-1595, evenings, tfn/chg. P.M., prior to Thursday publication
800-635-6366 after dial. tone, 698. ONE BEDROOM "'TIcloa.. In, .Id.rly deposit. 2497884. 4tpd 11/10-12/T 9/15 Minimum charg. Is I 1S words for$3.50,
I fcaiy and children welcome. Small apartment 1100 SQ. FT.' HOME 3 BR/1V BA, very HOMES FOR SALE then IS cents for each word thereafter.
RADIANT BARRIER Distributors wanted. complex, good neighbors. Best to cleen. In Clay-'County. 4 t'sars'old, fOR SALE
Buy wholesale $$$. $.08 call b.for.9:30 a.m. 860K11/17TF fenced bock yard. $450 mo 1$1SO I
two-sid.d TWO BEDROOM UNFURNISHED HOUSE security deposit. 1-259-6271. or VENEER 3 BR/2 BA, one-half
p.r square foot, foil.. Bulk
rot... Lowest prices. Innovative Insulatlon 708 McMahon St. Close to schools. No 12592138. 4tchg 11/1.12/1 block from elementary school. 25" CONSOLE TV $150, Recllner $25. ,
Inc;, 1-800-825-0123 p.t. $160 month. $75 deposit. FURNISHED COTTAGE for senior\ 473.7707 4tpd 11/3.24 Larg. microwave ov.n $125. or trade MOBILE HOME Thr. bedroom on 1 acre
or .
t.817.55H5277 iconPPERSONAL 9645882. Itchg 11/17 citizen. Highway'214 I Hall Lake. 1100 SQ. FT. 3 BR/2 BA, 'large family for smaller on., Powell's 496-3377. land with hard rood frontage. Call
KITCHENETTES ROOM AVAILABLE! 473-2392. Itpd 11/10 room with fireplace. In ground pool I, Itpd. 11/17 4962842. 11/17 Itchg.
mobile home for r.nt. Also Mobile LAKE FRONT EFFICIENCY Cottage;' $225mo. close to ach_ .. $10.000. equity and PIANO FOR SALI Responsible party to THREE BEDROOM APARTMENT with
SERVICES home parking space for rent 7823332. Including electric and water. Furnlshed \ loon 473 7882. 2tchg take ovsr payments on spinet-console stove and refrigerator, washer and
2tpd 11/17-24 screened porch .carpet car 11/17.24 piano. Can be seen locally.Call Credit dryer hook-ups $150. per month plus
WANTTODIINKr THREE BEDROOM HOUSE CHSA. 1 3/4 port. 384-9274 'or 4732909.. 2tchg BY OWNER Keystone Club 'htat... 3 Dept. 1(904)2548232( ) 11/17 ,3tchg. $100 deposit, Call 496-3738. Ichg
THArS YOUR BUSINESS bath, carpet screened porch. No pets.' n/l.11 Br/2 BA, concr.t. block with central 12/1 ,,11117 _
WANT TO STOP 9645356. Itpd 11/17 LAKE FRONT COTTAGE with large air heat fireplace. Wooded lot. utlllryfhed TWO HOUSES AND RABBITS Som. rabbit
THATS OURS I STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to Florida rrn. separate garage. Very with pow.r A many extras, pens. Call 4962713. Itehg. 11/17
Alcoholics Anonymous your work? W. have clean mobile private. $250 month, $IOO ,security.. 395004732513. 4tchg 11/17-12/8 FOR $2.500 YOU CAN PURCHASE S5.000 AFFORDABLEI
944-4150 or M4-8*14 homes available. 466-1323. 10/8 TF 1.659.2719 4tchg 1117.12/& (appraised valu.) worth of antique fur.
pd thru 12/29 FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities 2 BR FURNISHED garage apartment on FOR SALE niture. Call 496-2842. Itpd. 11/17) 'T.H.E..Acortmel'ts)
i CHAIN LINK FENCEi Installed. Fr. paid. From $37,50 weekly. Magnolia Lake Geneva, carport No children, No n I '
estimates. HANDY-MAN FENCE CO., Hotel. Walnut St. by Post Off ics. TF pets.$250 plus deposit. 475.1129.,Itchg FISHER WOOD BURNING STOVE HOMES FOR SALE 922 E.Brownlee St.
Owner Tommy Reddish. 964.8559 TF THREE BEDROOM. 1V4 bath clean close 11/17 Baldwin 77 organ, Alvaret 5 strlhg bon Camp handing Rd.
BULLDOZER WORK $40. per hour to prison. Call 468-1323. 6/9TF SILVER LAKE I BR cottage, nice, clean. |o. Telephone 475-3100 '5 p.m. '
782.3306, If no answer. 782-3954, 'leave CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC. AC. fireplace, furnished.. $220 month, 4tchg 11/10-12/1 GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U Stae fl. 3.209.1
name and number. 8/2STF extras, reasonable rents. PINES 473-2440. Itpd 11/17 MITA COPYSTAR 900-D copier for sale repair). Delinquent tax property.
WELL DRILLING PUMPS I SERVICE Ours 496-2366. SR 121 Lake Butl.r. 7/14TF t ON LAKE GENEVA 6R/2 BA, 20X40 with paper and toner $200. 473.3681, Repossmslons. Call: 1(805)687-6000( ) 964.7133 -
ranee Pump ft Supply Co.,, Water TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME for renton den kltch.n .qulpp.d, carport 4tchg 1I/1 -12/1 .xt. GH-1136. for current r.poIi.?,
Systems Specialists, 864 N. Temple 1 acre lot Central air and heat. $250 473.3194,2tchg 11/1724 ll/178tpd. 1/5 ,,2&3BR;
'Ave.. US 301 Starke """"'
32091. 98TF'LAWN month. 9644238. 10/27TF '
SERVICE residential and commercial ONE ACRI LOTS with mobile homes, FARM ANIMALS YARD SALE family

Iowan, vacuumed mowed cypress r.ady to move Into. Several to choose WANTED for vertical and win .* ,, oriented, with

mulching 10/27TF trees removed.. 964.4238. from Owner financing. Payments less BRAHMA HEIFER 3 months old. opprox, dow blind business. Be ambitious and CARPORT SALE Decorative. Christmas; laundryhla
than rent. Low down Paym.nt. From;' Imately 375 lbs... $350. Call 473.O656. Items,
CNA GRADUATE will do $11,500. 964.4238. 10/27TF earn big money. prk.$5000 Will train, curtains, carpet some building large'
,. Monday thru Friday. Wagesnegotiable. 4tchg 11/17-12/8, Golden opportunity to make above' material 10 speed bicycle, mens, trotmdtQUAI. L.J:
964-2810.2tpd 11/3-17 ONE OR TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT In average income Call today, ladles chlldrens cloth., dress fabric .
\ WANT TO BABYSIT In my horn., 1 or 2chlldron. duplex ( ,. Low Income
10/27-11/17 me Watch for
18 mos to 5 years old. 11/10-17 signs on SR 231. about
\ 9648090. 2tpd 1111.17 12x70 MOBILE HOME 3 BR 1 bo, furnished PERRY'S YARD SALE got rained out. 2 miles. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, Sac. II Housing
.RENTAL SERVICE with operator only. or unfurnished. In v.ry good loca N.w date 11/19/88. 10 m.-5 p.m. 3 PETS NOV. 18 I 19. 11/102tpd 11/17 Rents for 30' ot TOUT
Ferkliff, boom and dump truck tion. $220/mo, $100 d.posit1964-8704., miles S. of Melrose on SR2I. New used LARGE LADIES CLOTHES Bought at Lon.8ryant' ,'l6'00'rne'If'yoll OueLfy'LAKE
trailers, rollback and towing. If you 2tchg 11/1.11 and handmade.. Some 'nice for gifts FREE TO GOOD HOME .+ German < .. Friday and Saturday Nov. 18 )
want to move It,, tow It, raise It,, or EXTRA CLEAN 3 BR.; 1 1'A both mobile Itpd 1117FRIDAY Shepherd female, spayed, six years' 19. Behind horseshoe Bar on porch.,
whatever,, chock with us. Maybe home, CHSA on Vk acre lot, t SATURDAY> Nov. 18 & 19. 44S old and Male Beagle, 6 old.Good '
can help. George or George II, Ricks'w. furnished. No pets, $265 month. $100 Dov. St. Household toys, adult d pet, for elderly. Fenced yard a must ,, -_: : : ,, : _............... -'.. '- -'
Salvage, 9645184. Stpd 11/1."='"- sec. deposit 9647554. 2tchg 11/1.11 children cloth., 94 Rain. :.cancels.' For' more Information 473-7197f
CHILD CAREr Tefiable, d.p.ndabl.' FURNISHED TRAILER Hwy.. 18 on. mils Itpd 11/17 .ltpdl1/17 BUTLER HPflRTmEIlTS
mother of two would Ilk. to babysit for West of 301 Hampton lake. Adults on- HUGI YARD SALE .. 15 years 'of ac :
you In my home In town. Mon-Frt ly. No pets. $250 month plus $200 d.p.. cumulation.;Everything to Z. Now taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units. These '
4681829. 2tpd 11/1.11 Sot. A Sun., Nov. 19.20 frorf8-4. 5363 all-el4ctrlc '
6JO.6:: p.m. 964-6557wItpd 11/17r units are spacious with tots of closet t space and all(( have
SU-EL RETIREMENT HOMEi Day'w..k' ;THREI BEDROOM 1 bath home, cul-de- CR352. Hwy 21 N to Rd332 Mien go 3.8 ./ v/all to-wall carpet crapes, and kitchen appliances. Orvlte
t.rm 468-2619. sac,, no pets,,. unfurnished, ,miles on 352.Itpd 11/17 LOT FOR SALE on Washington Lak. ; laundry.
c'' I long stay. 1117TFMARSHALL'S schools. $275 ,month plus. deposit.' Huron Court In Big \Tree Lakes sub facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified applicants( \
. ," minor home repairs. Call 964-4977, lie. 964.5377 after 5:30: p.m. 2tchg 11/10-17 NOTICE.CLASSIFIED' '\ division.Stpd 10/ $13,500.-11111'' ,Call. 8139921657. i For application and 'Information'''

'" '. D-1I782.2tpd 11/1724 Please too us at ,;i. :::: r
RITEWAY ROOFING COi re-roofs, new ADVERTISING should be submitted I ( 1005 SW 6th Street
" ': ; ti ., leaks fixed. HELP,WANTED
shingles 964-3392 the of
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1, Lake Fl 32054 Me.
; Butler *- *
( i 964-2976.964-7612. 21 pd 11/17-24 flee In'writing and paid In advance '
,. '. I,';, CHILD CARE IN MY HOME day and/or Wan Ad* Get Resultsh unless credit Is already established, MAINTENANCE ASSISTANT to o..I'.t, I' Or ,Call 496-3141 os. wtj
;' j':" ..i)' night. Mature,, reliable, d.p.ndabl.,, with this office.MONITOR with general repair and maintenance .
,>" .' .:. "' conveniently located. 9648522. 2tchg STAFF CANNOT BE HELD ,of camp facility 40 hours per week. ...
" ,'" 11/17.24 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Call 473-4758 after, 3pm., 2tchg

.lion, free estimate. 964.8545. Itpd 'V.. DURRANCE THE TELEPHONE. .'. RAILCAR REPAIR FACILITY needs oilposition Now. Leasing
JR. welders. Apply In at
WILL KEEP YOUR CHILD In my home, Classified deadline Is 11:00: O.m. Tuesday > person
964-3135.ltchg 11/17 prior to Thursday publication Kuslom Korr Corp., Reynolds Industrial Forest Park''
...PECAN SMVICESi machine harvesting. PUMP & SyPPLYW j Minimum charge Is 15 words for S3.5O, Park Hwy 16 sort Green Cove' Spr.' .Apartments

;, ......qrSFJUIw..hl.III.I\g. ft. .pr t\ilrd; \ . ...._v........ v., then 15 cents for each wortf thereafter. HAIRSTYLIST ing., FL. 2tchg needed 11/10-17 with ofteoit'hio/ Ate complex designed for moderate -" II'. ,i;inr" (i I \ tractor ..,- income families. No rental assistance. YIfi.t> ."," ,, ,
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: years experience following pr.f.rred.
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1 ,'I vices avattobl., 964-3210. Itod 11/17 Drilling SERVICES Shear Perfection. 330 S. Lawrence available. Attractive 1 & 2 BR/ $0a apts.. ... : ,,!:

,\, CARPETS, STEAM CLEANED $9.95 per Blvd. Keystone. 4737323. ;Jtchg :, range, rcfirfgcrator carpet, central heat & air' ';,... ..
" room, 2 room minimum. S rooms 2" 6"Pomps 11/1724 patio and laundry. Free .
"I',\ I Rotary, to SEWING MACHINES CLEANED oiled and water,sewer &
"" "". '. special $44.75. Prkes good thru Dec. I t t adjust tension In your home. Special garbage, Rent $185 $220 IT nlmum./Two''
. ... 20. We .poclall2o'ln DuPont Teflon pro 1495. lI.palrall brands. Work. complete handicapped apartments avail. 'i
,' jector. Stain A odor ,removal water guaranteed. 473-7862.: 11/3 tfnchg MISCELLANEOUS .<.,"..-. Tot Information/Applications
.. .' damage and carpet repairs. Call CHILD CARl! In my home, five days a ,, t Forest Perk Apartments s 775 NE let Street, Laks Butler, Fl 32O64
.,. 964-4485. 7 a.m.-6 Mon-Frt.; All sizes. w..k from 6 a.m.-6 p.m. 4734931. PACK RAT Buy sell and trade; collectible ((904)) 49&343Q r.IL a.
: 964 8961 7 .6 964-8961 after 6
p.m. Itpd 11/17 .
Items and antiques. Used furniture, ...
" 'I( i V' p.m. 3tpd 11/10-24 YARD UP. -
CLEAN tree trimming: window
' glassware, jewelry, and much more.
" washing roof sweeping com
I, ', Come see for yourself. One mite east
,, I 1-: ,11\'\ pressure wash any single story home pl.t. lawn core and maintenance. ''
:'..' 3995. Slnglewlde mobile home 0 References. 475.3041.ltchg 11/17 of Keystone Heights on Highway, 100. 'Maines Real Estate
473-2183.; 11/3, tfnchg
19.95; doublewldes $34.95. Carports CLEAN WINDOWS FOR THE HOLIDAYS
,- roofs,. awnings, windows ft screens, W. thoroughly clean gloss. frames,, ((904)) 496-3978
.. .,**"""" walkways or. extra. Expert mildew sills and .hutt.... Free estimates,, LOST YELLOW LABRADOR RETRIEVER,' \
r.moval. Calla64-4483 7 a.m.. to 6 VISIT OUR SHOWROOMFor 475-3041.. Itchg 11/17 Weighs ,80 lb. 1-800-367-3912 .or REALTOR I I.OFFICI
p.m., or 964-8961 after A p.m. 3tpd' 964-7297 or 475-1406. Itpd 1117STARKE ...COMMERCIAL.,, I
H/I.24 Your. Plumbing Parts DOORS' DRAGGING FLOORS SAGGING BUILDING 171 W. Main St., Lok. Butler,, paved parking lot. $94,900.:
'" : K K CLEANING SERVICE Commercial *, HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL? Call Posslbl lease with option to buy. '
: :; 'I and business personal ..rvlc... 964-7061 LaRue Leveling Service for all'' your .S ACRES with frame building formerly' Stoplight'Lounge., (33.000. Possible, ,
" ". ,"," '.' References available, 96449088i8 foundation '.pal.. .. Keystone, owner financing. "
EOW 473-7721.7/91F ...LOTS..., \%\
Av .
864 !N. T mpls> .
-- RESIDENTIAL BUILDING LOTS Approx. 2 acr.s. In t wn.1 heavily l wooded.
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makes and -- -.--.:._---- .$11,500 to 12000. Owner financing'

{ ., models. All work cleaned oiled and adjusted$15. ,;. Nights &W..kands I .....HOMES:.. .
guaranteed. 19 experience
: Hwy, 233 A 16 (Morgan Rd). 964-7578 .LAKE AVENUE 2 BR; 1 Ba masonry home, carport, (large lot, $25,000,
Call 964'8733 for house tolls II/10TF, RADIATOR &; ,s' 3 II. 2 Bo 1984 Fleetwood'. MH on. 2 ocr... $35,900.
.:' MOBILE HOME LOT In'town $75 per month.I .,.,' .
Heater. *: Radiator Repair BEDROOM 1 .. HOUSE, In town, $200 per month., ''I';''-.1-
: Specialist ; ,

< \ Bradford Properties ;J-leater'coree, '.Water Pumps Part. *' 25 East Main St., Lake Butler' ,. ,

& Investments Inc. (FREE Cooling Harriett Maines, Realtor'' '. ,
System Inspection)

SuzanneKJtch $, Beet FUce la Town TO TSJM A LMX.\
[ .964-7630 J)
'. Lie. Real Estate:Broker, Comer 084-6810 901 ft 8R16

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"$ 22.00O Skirted doublewlde. screen front porch on over. ..ti

,'_ J 1/2 acre. NOTICE!
'$ 4,500 Now reduced to $33OO. ,1/2 acre building lot In /
" 'S.V i e Did You Sell Your Property?
r, restricted: : area. e Do You Receive Payments On a
'r 'h', $ '$$$$ SAVE ., Priced to sell home Intown. i r
33.500 masonry: I'. Mortgage or Agreement for Deed? I Ie '
(" .. Dom e Wouldn't You Rather Have. AIL JANE S. USHEI
$ 19,000.F1sherman. Alert-South Shore. Crosby Lake Cash Now?

100 ft.waterfront: lot. / Call Fred Farnsworth for Details I Your Union County Realtor

69.000 Lots of Space 4 Bedroom 3 full bath home on .
extra large lot close to schooL larry an o n-ended eyeglass case, 1-800-545-4991, I 496-2126, or 496-2903
"n your purse to store pens pencils n-
$ painted home hardwood Uc. Mtg. Broker Inverness. J360 Butler ,.
,::41.000.Freshly masonry fingernail files, small scissor W Main St.. Lake
cabinets and more." .. f' .
$165,000 ,LAKE LOVERS: Imagine run 1.7. acres on
'. Hampton Lake'with cedar home. .PINEPOREST'APARTMENTS blocks from Main St. In
: LAKE BUUIR... lovely 3/2 home on 2 ACRES 1H
52.000 'Concrete block home with plenty of space-on one I '. lake Butler' In excellent neighborhood this property has beautiful trees,

full acre fry oga garden.; : oaks, tines and dogwoods, to name a few. Home has finished hardwood
11,000 Three acres with sweetwater stream great Now Accepting Applications for floors, double-car garage and privacy. PRICED TO SELLI

variety of trees, sandy son no septic mound ::2 &, 3 'BR Apartments Starting at,$195. home WORTHINOTON with tireploce.ust SPRlNGS..Country.ttlng| In time for winter surrounds Approximately this 1 3 acre bedroom with'

( needed '. : born makes this on Ideal) pick to gel out of town.
I .WORTHINGTON SPRINGS... 2-story home (Handyman special) up to 48
SUB SHOP FOR LEASE IN BUSY AREA...Only $560/Month ) CH/A ., Fully Equipped Kitchen Cable Ready : ACRES _lIabl.. Owner will sell as little as S oc,... Best port Is OWNER
FINANCING available to qualified buyer. THIS WON'T LAST LONG. Owner
1530. .W. Madison Street :: :: EQUAL ; would consider -L_ with option' purchase" qualified person.

1 Starke'. 964-6312 1.--.1 HOUSING .PROVtDfNCI..6'A Acr. off SR 238 with mobile home. Possibly some
.owner finance to qualified buyer.LAKI .
Mon &i 9-5PM WTUR..3 lots available, 1 lot fronts Lake Ave. 2 blocks tram Middle .

s; EHxson Wood Products Inc. a and High School. 2 other lots located. I block off Moln St. OWNER Will
; I FINANCE. Lots already surveyed. .
,. x. LAKE WTUR..3 lots and 2 mobile homes _lIabl./ Owner will finance
;- : vacant lot or mobile home and lot combined. :
Mulch Pine Bark '
t;: Cypress .WORTHINGTON SPRINOl.w.Beoutlful 7 acres near Santa Fe River. Wooded
Fill'-Dirt: Soil lot of road frontage. Owner will sell 1 acts or more. ALSO OWNER
,:' You Pick Up or We Deliver, E. Top FINANCED.

0' r Large ,or ,Small. ..Loads'&of 'Llmerock I RAIFORD..Country 'living can't be boot on this FARM. Has all you need to

We Also Have Red Heart Cypress Lumber. ;
| SHAW tOttXVISION.BR, 1VI bo, CB home. Includes. appliance. OWNER

.. 9646649y: < ; '. 964-6095 ANXIOUS. Priced right to .sell _

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r .-. ..r' uti It A, er, 11 Snacks And Desserts

I 1..1 Starke A-rea Ads : 1 r ttw a '7F1: re Delightfully Simple..,.

: Planning desserts (or .a snack of

.-- special, occasion doesn't, have to ,
mean hours In the kitchen if you use

YARD SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE prepared Ingredients, and keep It
CARRIER AIR CONDITIONER 24,000 btu* Leaf and MUSHC!man's
YARD SAlli 41* N.-Wolnut ,St. '9 til 12 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS A. low a.. lest than 1 yr.. old till! under warranty. Lucky
noon. Itchg 11/17 $14, .94 per month. Call 964-6946. TF Retail $950, tell for $350. Call Fruit 'N Sauce adds real fruit taste
THURS. FRI, SATI 94pm. I'/i West onRd NEWSPAPER PLATES aluminum, 964-4099 Itpd 11/17 to' (recipes ,without the hasule of
125 in ,Lawtey, Little: bit <>l .measures 24x36"' $25 each. Croat for, GALVANIZED ROOFING good quality by 1 chopping, peeling or paring. ,These
everything Itchg 11/17 patching and repair TELEGRAPH, 133 Reynold. 8 ft. $5.41, 10 It, $6.76, 12 ft, unique blends of apple und fruit
GARAGE SALIi 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday' W. Call St: 964.6305. TF' $7.93. Stephen Smith Lumber.. v I Iq chunks offer endless iiossibilltesfor (
11/19 1210 Bradford 51. Saratoga Hts ALICIA HAY In roll under barn.Delivery 468-2624 11'/17 y i if d'em .-
Clothes, mini and women., living available. Arthur Catkins, 782.3727. VINYL SIDING $59 per sq ft. Colors snacks and desserts in four different
room furniture, long couch love teat & '5/26TF available. Free It-yourtelf bookl.t flavors Applg Apricot
chair.. Itpd 11/17 OAK WOOD FOR SALE 533.2474. 9/29TF with purchase. Stephen Smith Lumber Apple-Cherry, Apple-Peach and
GARAOI SALE, 1003 E. Call 'St Nov 225 AMP LINCOLN WELDER: $250 OBO 468-2624 11/17 APPle-Plneapple.)
,19.20 Sot. 1 Sun Starting a't 8 a.m. 782-3562 2t 11/10-17 OI DISHWASHER built In. white, very Ice cream;1* everyone's favorite
D.torativ.'hous.hold' clothet. Itpd 1000 SUNBEDS, TONING TABLES Sunol- good condition $75. 964 6488 after 6 f: pr
11/17 WOLFF Tanning Bed., SlenderQuest p.m. Itpd 11/17 treat: For pew twist, top Ice(reum
MOVING SALE] Sat. Nov \19 from 9.3 Pattlve Exercltert, Cell for FREE color SEVERAL ITEMSI) camper, 22', O wheelt. with Fruit 'N Sauce chopped nuts,
p.m. Furniture, Move, refrlg, basket, catalogue. Save to 50% $1800: roll bars $60, troll.r axle and a dollop of whipped cream tor II
dishet, odds* endi. State Prison Circle 1-800-835-3826': lean w/wheels$100, call ACE 463.1000. lied ,3yj,14 sundae 'delight any ,day [of the
Drive House 21 A. 'Itpd 11/17 '!CLEARANCE SALE All TVs greatly reduced BN PORD TRACTOR and farm equipment, P t week. ,
GIANT YARD SALE new,& used clothes, and mutt CAMPBELL ELECTRONICS .
go. 1964' 1 ,ion, pulpwood truck Call( '
Fruit N Oatmeal
miscellaneous items Sat $/ Sun, 9 a.m. 132 E. Call St. 2tpd 11X10-17( 964-7759. Itpd 11/17 Try liars of
to'5 p,m. Carradlne's leatheju&hop. SEAT LIFT CHAIRS If you're a Medicare UTILITY BUILDING) metal floor, wiring, Apple-Cherry Swirl Cake ,for your
North 301. Itpd 11/17 recipient with a qualifying condition, overhead light, 4 outlets and workbench next snack 'or dessert occasion,
FRI t SAT. 11/II-19) N.w bedspreads, call toll Ir.. number for more Information built-in. &..1011..111.. new $500. These recipes take advantage of t ho
1 comforters, crofts, 2,fullslie bed A 800-445-4174.. Icon 209 E, AdkIns, 9648251. versatility of already prepared/ f In' ,
frames, 1 'qu..n size bid ft frame, ,
PECANS, PECANSt Cracked thelled GEESE 3 whit. Embden geete: ,9
with that
results ke
cloth., household 1116 W. gredients taste'
U-plck. Crack your for $20 lb. grey/white Toulouse gee.e, 8 mot. '
Pratt St., Saratoga Hts. Itchg 11/17 782.3752. 2tpd 11/10-17( old, $25 each. 964.6534, Itpd 11/17 ar, YT you spend hours baking from
YARD SALIi Saturday, Nov. 19 at )17)3) E. .NEW KITCHEN CABINET DOORS CHEAP!I YAMAHA 100 ATV 4 wheeler. 11 mot scratch.
Coll St 9.Sp.m, Itpd'11/17 Re-do your kitchen for less than $100. old. $1200. 7823314' Itchg 11/17
GRIFFIS LOOP across from Grace Baptist Shell available also; Call 964 6136, BOBWHITE QUAIL Call,782-3625 after 5 41PN
Church Several families. Xmas ornaments 964.4889, 3tpd 11/17-12/1) p.m. Itpd 11/17 rof ,APPLE-CHERR'ySWIRL, CAKE. __
jewelry. Just everything RABBITS mini-lop. $2 and up. Call SEARS WASHER a DRYER: S25<<1. Hotpolnt r ,
.. from soup to nut*. Friday, "& Saturday 9 9M- 993. Itchg 11/17 .'.clrlcj range, $300. 964-4286. Itpd I
until. Itpd M/17 LARGE CHEST FREEZER being used now i
1 package cake mix
MOVING SALE Frl.: 11/18 from 9.'"... Call 964 5056. Itchg 11/17 ITEMS Coleman central gas yellow
,Numerous Items* NE,26th St. across USED CARPET AND USED BEDS 12x18 heater $125,- 4x10 utility trailer $350; 1/4 cup cornstarch
from Hughes Mobile Homes, signs rust orang. and blu.* 964.6744. 2tchg 6x8 tilt trailer with romps $400, uted' "1 cup Lucky Lcaf/Muasetman'tt
potted Itpd 11/17' 11/17-24 lumber $.35 ft.; your choice 2x4. 2x6 Apple-Cherry Fruit 'N Sauce
FRIDAY 12-9 SATURDAY t-S: Crib, tools, ,MOVING SALE 3 tingle beds king size 2x8 or 2x10sn 9 5.45.1tpd 11/17 The Strawberry PatchRestaurant 1/2 cup oil -
birdcage, books, clothe*, (large men b.d, living room suite, dresser etc. MADAME ALEXANDER DOLLS and 4 eggs
and women ,children); crafts 964-7459 or 964-7350 Itchg 11/17 books Beautiful babies $24.95.$69.95. 1/2 raisins
something' for everyone. .Old Lawtey SEVERAL ITEMS sofa Broyhill, $75 cup
I Excellent selection others. Fr. shipping -
Rd. to NE Mlh St ( Laura Baptist Join Us 'at Our House 1 teaspoon vanilla ,
opposite Loveteat play .n $30 and a 1979 price Hit. Elegant doll, Rt. 1, Box ,
Church). Itpd 11/17 Ford Fairmont 6 cyl. ,Phone 473-4508. 148, Prospect Tru 38477. 613.363.6680., For AH-You-Care-To-Eat 1/4 cup sugar mixed with .
FRIDAY ft SATURDAY 9 tilt on Bayless'Hwy. '
Itpd 11/17 IronHERITAGE 1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 mile from 100. follow signs.Itpd Bountiful Thanksgiving Buffet confectioners sugar., V
11/17 ,

MULTI-FAMILY women jean,GARAGE extra large SALE S:medium men & VILLAS I # I Open All Day' from 6 am 9 pm

clothe:new pillows: a' ,Combine yellow cake mix, cornstarch. .
women queen ln Starke No reservations please
607 Bradford Court ',<
king size sheets dishes& canister lets, Fruit 'N Sauce,, oil 'and
gas ,heater, queen size' waterbed ft eggs. Beat for 2 minutes. Stir' In '
sheet. a'' many miscellaneous items Applications for" Into well-
Buffet Highlights raisins and vanilla.Pour :
Sot ft Sun,,9 until Hwy' 301 South, immediate' are
occupancy sugar
greased hundt pan Sprinkle
white brick house next to Archer Ton**
nor Funeral Home 964.6714'.' Itchg 'being accepted ona, 1, ,& 2 Homemade Soup cinnamon mixture over batter and
11/17 BR ;apartments ., Monthly Garden Fresh Salad,Bar swirl through'batter with a knife.

SATURDAY; Novvl! 8,30-S:30 of In lawley payments' from ;$220 'plup"utilities. Roast Turkey: '& Dressing Bake at 350F, for 60 minutes'or\
on 200A one block south caution ,
until cake tests done with a tool
light. Clothes;' dishes. toys,. shoes; Handicapped Cranberry Sauce
11/17 pick' Inserted In'' center., Cool In,
much more Look for sign* Itchg units are also available.
TWO FAMILY YARD SALE) clothe, ,Giblet Gravy I pan 10 minutes, then loosen edges
Rental ,information
disches. miscellaneous" Saturday' A and Roast Beef Au Jus and turn out onto a rack to cool
Sunday 82pm, 806 Parkwood Place.! Applications ,''are completely. Sprinkle with con fee- ti
Itpd 11/17 available at 'the' Rental A Variety of VegetablesHot tloners Sugar.Recent .
YARD SALE 11/19 til 4 p.m. 3'/i mile*
Rolls & Butter
south on 100 Family item and clothes, Office,' 607 Bradford s Creamery

Itpd 1117MOTHER'S Cburt, ,Starke ,
ESTATE Yard Sale 9 a.m.FA; Mon-Fri., 9-5:30: p.m.Call 964-6216 Children Under 12 Adults ArrestsIn
ft Sat. 11/18-19. East on 16 or 230 to' Bradford County
Flum. Rd.'(NE 13th St. Follow sign to EQUAL HOUSING: OPPORTUNITY: Lb. $3.50 $
corner 6th Av.. ft 16th St. ,(Country .., Infants to 3 6.95The The following arrests were made
Club). Portable dishwpsher $50:, Electric (q FREE by local authorities in Bradford

Kimball Organ $75, Furniture, County.
small appliance, dishes,\mens suit,
r (size 42 Reg), toy, lot more.964.5257.J ; FOR SALE BY OWNER Strawberry:.Patch Restaurant Jason Edward Henderson,, 21If'' !
'Itpd 11171PU Starke..was arrested Nov 13, (oruil"
DpNT WANT TO MISS THIS ONE I : .. TheEcONO/LODGE s's .. 1 !: tq app aftp P9V/ {'mifinT01"dlqg ,
,Four faml'' vale with plenty 'of.v.rything. One &:'TWa Adv Mobile Home Lbts.$3,500 and Up' ; Patrolman Wayne Wilkuiion: '
,. Hwy. 100 East toTheressa, New 2 BR. 2 BA Home In Craham.$40.0OO' Hwy 301 N.,* Starfce 964-7600 ext 299 He was released after a 101.25 cash '
turn right at Edward Grocery on Hwy. e 200 Artes near Theressa.:......l.OOO acre' r OI1/1TWO bond was posted "
18, go approx 1/4 mile to red brick ,. Beautiful lake lots! On paved road In Hawthorne $25,000 and Up

home on right Itchg 11/17 Building Lot In Smoke rise Subdivision.....Keystone $5OOO Rodney Alan Christian. 34, of

,:. 2 Lots and Mobile Home..Keystone.,,. $22,5OO L Starke was arrested Nov. 12 'On a''
2OOOsg. Ft. Home on 2 /2 Ac. Rent or Sale $400/Mo, capias( for aggravated assault, 'according -
FOR, SALE FOR RENT' '-: to Investigator David
AderhoTt He was released after a'
OR .LEASE e 2 Homes 2 miles north of Starke 3 BR. 1 BA. completely furnish. bond ,
$2,000 surety was posted,

STARK; *, FLA Ocala National$500/Mo Forest hunting &: fishing retreat, onRodman Iii Terry Lee Baker,'30, of Starke was

Reservoir.: *.. $25.000 arrested Nov. 11 for violation of probation '
: arson, according to Lt. Sam-
ALL OR PART' BRADFORD LAND lit CATTLE COMPANY' my Eunice.. He was released after

,,7.5hres220 FL on U.S..,X301 Ronald E. Newman;:Sr. $1,500 surety bonds were posted on

12.000 Sq. Ft Bldg, '473-2US7..Evenlngs the West Palm Beach charges.
'. Instant Financing No Points Reasonable Interest Rates m
Susie D. Jones, 25, of Law ley'was,
2OO.OOO Ilillllllr arrested Nov. 9 disorderly intoxication -
,according to Lt.John Demp-
OWNER WILL FINANCE sey. Jones was arrested for fighting
(next to Mosley Tire Co.) 'with her husband in the jail parking

f'I9EAL Gush & Flush 1IHt[ Salk ,Aluminum lot, said Dempsey. She was released
FOR: )|UltUlf! after a $250 surety bond was posted.

TRUCJ t3. EQUIPMENT CO.. & Const. Inc.
,CONTRACTORS. LUMBER CO., it* mman. ,' ; Traffic
WHOLESALERS 'T'an'ksHighw 'Serving 'Melrose. Keystone a Starko, areas' Laura Ann Smith of Lawtey was
Septic Since J975' arrested Nov 12: for driving while

ding to Patrolman Danny Thrift.She
was released after a $215.25
J : y 121, East;. Raiford GLASS & VINYL WINDOWS f bond:was posted.

Frazier Bass, 25, of Jacksonville/;
ROOFOVERS S SWIMMING POOLS was arrested Nov. 11, for no valid

TfTFEffFI pM so driver's license according to,
Train FREE FOR Trooper Don Dean. Bass was additionally
ToBeA Fill Dirt 18 yds. $60/Load Top Soil j QUALITY'S charged on a capias with
ESTIMATES failure to appear DWLS;' worthless
Professional Sand SAKE check and
or petit theft according to
SECRETARY oAi10J41: CALL Lt. Eunice..Total bond was set at
SAIK $685.50. He was released Nov. 14 on
SEC/RECEPTIONIST! Backhoe Work' his own recognizance

EXEC. SECRETARYStart ReplacingDrainfield 375-1106 '
locally.full-time/part-time. Charles Sylvester Doles 24, of
learn word processing & related 2800 N.W. 74th PL Jacksonville was arrested Nov. 12
secretqrlal skills. Home study and Qt.v. Mayer Manager for DWLS and improper tag, according .:
resident training National t Stale Certl. CRC01016S .. to Patrolman Gerald Hayes.
headquarters Pompano Bch f i. Fishponds Dug Umerock Doles was released after a $500 surety !
bond was posted.
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State Attorney's ReportThe


Bradford Office of State Attorney controlled\ ) substance resisting Fred Blocker arrested May 21 for years of'age; case closed,, no probable t--:
Eugene Whitworth received Without violence; pled no contest aggravated battery; transferred to cause found.I \
46 new individual cases and/or placed on five years probation: arrested misdemeanor division. .1 )
felony defendants for prosecution June for VOP: found guilty Jayson Coffee King arrested Sept. Other charges were dismissed on :
during the month of Oct.This included sentenced to 24 months DOC, credit'' 5 for grand theft auto; defendant being sworn complaints which, included -
one capitol offense (murder), ac- time served. prosecuted in another,jurisdiction. defendants charged with'ag r
cording to Investigator Wiley Clark. Davis arrested May 7 for aggravated gravated assault, grand theft 'ag- c fJH-A
Four of the cases were' prison, assault possession of con- Lisa L Green arrested Feb. 29 for gravated battery\ robbery, battery r
related. trolled substance,possession of drug battery of law enforcement officer possession sale,delivery of controlled .
Information was filed on 46 of the paraphernalia; pled, no contest resisting officer with violence, substance; insufficient evidence,
cases and the office declined to prosecute sentenced to concurrent 24 months transferred to mlsdemanor division. witness failed to appear for Restaurant,
17 cases. Nine prior cases DOC. State attorney Investigation of testimony or. victim does not wish to Mandarin '
were dismissed. There were no jury Tommy Brown"arrested June 30' sexual! battery on person under 12 testify. I &: Szechutm Cuisine
trials The office conducted one state for burglary transferred to misdemeanor lOOp' .
'T.mpl S \.
attorney investigation and filed 11 division. | .r Florida 32081:
felony appeals. Carl Amos Gibbons arrested April TO-RENA MOTELFor
No judicial action was taken on 22 for possession of crack cocaine; '
out .
.Gator' $ or take
seven cases and three violation of insufficient evidence. Purple Western Wear .orders call: !; 964-7681

probations were ,filed. Twenty-two Johnny Lee Staten arrested May 4
pleas of guilty were accepted. for possession of controlled Hwy 301 1 S. Starke 964-4809 "
Forty-five misdemeanor cases 'substance, sale, delivery of controlled ) Next'to;'' Gator II Farm Supply CLOSED ON MONDAY. .
were filed and eight prior cases were substance; insufficient evidence. Tuesday -' '
dismissed by the office in Oct., said Michael Thomas Cogswell arrested Ladles! Denim Skirts,. ,. % ,Off Friday
Clark. The office declined to ,prosecute : Oct. 1 for resisting officer .,...,....,.....1..25 ,Lunch: ;11 p.m. til 2:3O p.tiu

11 cases. There were no non- with violence; case transferred to Ladles Blouses......>.,;,,.,.?*,.j..up'; to 40% .Off Dinner '4:3O till'
"Jury trials and 31 guilty pleas were misdemeanor division. : 9:30:
Men's L/S Shrts.\. H.i20% Off
accepted. Jerome Lee arrested July 7, 1987 Saturday: 4:30 til 9:3O

Seventeen petitions were filed in for burglary; pled no contest placed'on Men's Levi's ................_.,...'...,t a........:. ..:$19.95 ,
juvenile court. The state attorney three years probation: arrested Lunch Sunday: 12, Noon tit.2:3O
dismissed one juvenile petition and VOP 'July 6; pled no contest: arrested > '
five received nonjudiclal action ap-, Aug. 31 VOP; probation Come 'See (Js -, Dinner 4:30 tfl 9 p.m.
proval. Twelve.pleas of guilty were revoked placed on community con-
accepted. trol;two years make restitution You'll! Bo Glad You Did! !

,The recommendation by HRS was submit to substance abuse testing. ,
declined on two petitions.The Lee arrested Dec. 14 for grand ]) LayAway-
following cases received final theft dealing in stolen property; pled / f
disposition during the month of Oct. no contest placed on community '
control 24 months. ; .a Now for
,James'Marchant'arrested'July'17for :*"" Tammy L. Dexter arrested'June' V/SA,| Christmaso

burglary petit theft; pled no contest -, 30, 198i for issuing worthless check;;
sentenced to 24. months com- !dismissed,improper venue.
munity control.' .
Marchant arrested. July 16 for
grand' theft; pled no contest, _
sentenced to concurrent 24 months % > 0 f
% _
i community Marchant controL arrested July 16 for bat- ;:
tery of law enforcement officer j pled a Jl : .i: it A. a (
no contest sentenced to 24 months -
concurrent with above cases. "
Bobby Joe Kelly arrested August ,
Iii for aggravated battery; pled no- S
contest burglary of dwelling '( GAS & APPLIANCESPRICES
'sentenced to 12 years in the Depart) RC/1

ment of Corrections. Kelly was- arrested VIDEOTAPE GOOD A\ All STORESI t
for the' burglary of a
residence in'''Starke while incarcerated -. .VY \
in the county jail he hit ( 'jjifl; A VCR can perform
Charles(Jackson in the eye during a only as well
fight which led to the charge of ag-'
gravated battery. as the tape you play_
Joseph D,. McDaniel 'arrested in it. Optimum
,March 1986 for grand theft; pled no sound & picture_ ,
contest placed on five years proba-{ 1 quality. ()
tion: arrested Jan.,1987 for violationof
probation (VOP); pled guilty pro-
bation revoked 24 'months DOC' [
followed by three years probation:' cJ' ;
arrested Oct. for VOP, sentenced to' LIMIT 3 PERCUSTOMER iKT
; '
30 months DOC.McDaniel .LJ ',
arrested for burglary of> :

structure 'grand theft, Alachua- .
". County charge sentenced to 30 mon-
ths concurrent with Bradford Coun-'

. '';' ty Kevin charge Cornelious of VOP. .Gardne...''ar- fli ] Gibson ,- -w'J I Gibson

. rested May 9 for possession,'sale; WASHER &.
delivery -oL.-oi.controlled-sqtwUyiceu;' 'f I I"dismissed ...... +'"-, ..........."-" "IwFT. .' 'DRYER'PAIR j '
ease' insofficientevidence
as to this defendant., ,REFRIGERATOR i Heavy teamtiome .
Geraldine Simmons arrested May Exclusive warranty e e laundry I
'4 for possession,,sale delivery of '. Optional 1 a.. Gibsons exclusive ,
controlled substance; dismiss (,''in- 4 G 'golden warranty '
sufficient evidence. .1 ,. $399GENERAL -
''Simmons arrested May 4 for RIIII1tIlUt *499MAYTAG

possession of controlled substance; pair ,.
,Insufficient evidence'as to this

defendant.Kenneth Dale Mann arrested April Q -z 2 i 0 \.

16 for aggravated battery; victim j ,Gibson
>does not wish to prosecute. ELECTRIC '
Donald Guy Prater arrested May 24 CU. FT., SAWYER 16 cu. FT;
13 for resisting ran officer with 'TOP-MOUNT -- CHEST fl
violence case lacks prosecutivemerit GRAND OPENING
: I .
Darrell R. Keith arrested Oct. 23, ": Optional icemaker., All-stores celebrate the Grand Opening of 0 ,' ;..' Lift--out basket.
1987 for forgery j dismissed completed Glass shelves .
Popout safety key. i
pre-trial intervention program (\. our newest addition in Lake City. S.awyerGas V '.
.' r & Appliances has been a name you I .I' ,
t- $799 $299Cdva
Richard W. Mikell arrested April
'1986 for grand theft;signed PTI contract can TRUST for 42 years in the Northeast p.Y ',. .
:: failed PTI, pled guilty'"to! Florida market place. Our commitment to

grand theft pec. '1987 placed on .. >'>"" "'" w.' ":#" customer satisfaction is 2nd to none.

Sept.three for years VOP;probation probation reinstated.arrested 1 k WHEN YOU BUY FROM SAWYER YOU ar''

,Mikell arrested Dec. 17 for lewd or' AUTOMATIC ;? Q DON'T JUST BUY A PRODUCT. .YOU '19" REMOTE
lascivious act in presence of child; BUY A COMPANY. CONTROL Quasar l lSleeptimerchenrtel '
pled no contest indecent exposure IDISHWAS'-lER-V.fl. .
placed on one year probation: arrested -< ,&' ''>?.. : ''!'\- 1'A' YOURS FREEGUARANTEE COLOR. TV
I : ijr' I 1 '
Aug. 29 for VOP; found guilty 1s,, ,- :
J :
reinstated. ,; BMVw i/ !
> fined$100,probation : ..check mute.Hicontrast .
Ronald Gene Davis arrested ";pi""?: ( ": ;f"ilpi _a tinteddynabrtto "
March 15 for sexual battery upon 'i $ 'f9I: .} It's simple, if we can't beat the price, it's $ ;4'. "
child found guilty, placed.on four ,\ 9"s ,; { t" picture 277 < ,
; submit to sexual :'*'* ( : your free! Come in to any of our convenient tube. -"."..\.
years probation 14v -.rr
counseling and treatment, 'M) ,\1: J"i0" '! >1>'';;"' *m ,;, stores for complete details!

Inmate James Lorenzo Graydon A
arrested 23 for ; pled ---- -- :o <> >
Sept escape Q
guilty placed on coummunity con-i ,.p BEAT THEWINTER ....,,-, 4 Ei 30 GALLON

trol two years; participate ,in GAS WATER
'officer deems Chef- RUSH
counseling ,as .
necessary. 'tAaIfOE.UXe.. Prepare your homt lor warm ,
Eddie Speed arrested April 26 for burglary of conveyance petit theft; &Appliance*features on* :.want it': Efficienteconomical. ,-
,110-Channel cable-compatible. .0.ECt1C
pled no contest placed on five years' '! room to whole houie heating:
probation make restitution. >! One-touch recording 3-speed o __ 1'AtlG'E.,' infra-red vented, unvented, .,
.arrested July 5 for' recording/playback., wall or space heaters. From
Speed '
burglary, petit theft; pled no con-] f"I i 'e' ocK 15-70.000 immediate BTU's.installation Call now for lad $19' 9 ,

test placed on probation concurrentwith y $268 '. .
above case make restitution. \nfIn\Ut Cow n2LORFM
Vernell E. Hampton arrested ,.Ut\ut) '... ,
1!eb., 1986 for forgery, uttering a tJ \ '
forged document; pled no contest, ; Atlanta ;
placed on 3 years probation fined -'f3'99,. L)
$250' arrested'Aug. 16 for VOP 9 VENT
,found guilty original charge placed; .p ,
on 15 months community control for ,+ FREE S

..15 Michael'months.' Renard. Davis. arrestedOct. ,...,-,- .-,.,.... -, T -.., GAS jJ,. .

.,1987 for possession delivery of, .1'I.1'"GAl"; .ty&CK'' ::1', "r: ,'TURKEY FREE .I I. rte., 4 j| OFF': 'I''I 100 HEATERo Efficient ,Iff

II A..............,. I l WITH ANY MMMMMMMMI I Heat where you f
I I' '='::"'' W:" MICROWAVE. ,I., VburttMrt, tv tank "I want it When you !

I .......-: "' ...,.. puRCHASI I LPOet.rV*. tJ5* ir"ft I want it 'vj- i
Tennis EXPIRES 1146'EXPIRES 1128.88 EXPIRES 11.26.88. '
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InstructionStark. t:1 .; 0 \ 149

.or Keystone
Private Lessons
$10 pet hour OR'. APPLY FOR YOUR SAWYER /,
Loom with a '..1.
For$5 each. .MON THRU SAT8AM5PM ,Q ,
Call Mark at \ 3C

.m .mb nofKHHHlghSchool Team I S. Walnut St. Starke -Phone: 'E'I

,_ South West 9th Ave. Lake' Butler 496..2564

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Tktut 10 IM dancer Inm Ourtney'.School.Hum are oowpeUng In the
Dum America'Mats final dma conpeilUoa thte weekend ta Orlando.
.. Dancer f nw aU the Mate will bo compeUnf for top boson u4 a ehaac
to go U uUenal cMMMtHioa la New Orleuw.
,'.' ,", ....:, : '" Eras left to right w the front" Jennifer Ucbard,Tooy haOleHepbwUll ,Jeo.ka
'.:,' .. "I '. ,) : ,Jay Lane and NlhU Perry.In .
e <. \ .:. the rear BUJy Booth Miry Knight<<,Stacey aarldmn and lID Maa.esgl8.r .

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Jlpf mobile homes.
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tD Sale
I Prlee'
comb ne to" f1t1Q ''you> I Good
., LOWER PRICES! 'Nov.23 Thru'

I "\ 1 .r. "" ""-of; ; : ,

FLORIDA George Canadian t

THEATRE Lord Cluny
Hospice ". "\," :> 964-5451 (Decanter) Caivert ,Scotch

Fundraiser &Sun.5:00 Showing

( : Showing 8991299 1 749 .

,BeginningHospice I Fri.. Nov..18 .
h ; 750 1.75 L T RSmirnoff
of Nortli Central Florida ,
4 will begin a new,holiday''tradition ; E' Ancient
& J ,
with its first annual .'Light Up a .
i Life"fund raising project to benefit j Vodka ''Brandy Age
the terminally ill., ,
Beginning the dar after mI
Thanksgiving, Christmas trees will Bulk

go North up Florida throughout area an raising eight funds county to and for I SCREEN TWO 1 I 49
,:aid Hospice in continuing care,comfort 89 7 749LT
and support for terminally ill Comedy. .
patients and, their families. R 750 750
/ 1
will be' display '",the
Trees on the '\<:4: q=L;ilN HOUSEw tSPECIALSTHIS weEK1.4;:; )}
Oaks Mall in Gainesville j
i [[ .. .,.. ., .
Gleason's Hospice of North Corner'. CHnlAS..REGA' ?' /! "y
l <\i Mall SoaUitrn In Lake Pauli City in+,Kjy.loa the Merchants.M. ghU&.*.- ..w ..; the...Darti, : JQK, 'F s the Florida National Bank In Starke OLO GRANO'DAD .., .......,EfX(; .},9': 9:.,1$;
and in banks in Crescent City and '.- ..d,>'"<;:,':<-i!>'{x<[': .''!o." ? 't :.
Palatka. ;THOMDSON'.6t.r't,t't.tNi)4.o'H. 't <5:99.. .75OGILBEYSGIN .. .
DRIVE-IN '.'1'A.'-/r.) :>.''< *t 's "''' /<..r,:' ;
"The holiday season is a time to .. ?,. .,..,'}...}o:<1 :{.. ;..." .5''f.. '<....i<.;"'''". <;,,6.997
remember s who touch ,../',..../.. .,,, ,, ,<>. .,."' 1. > > < v.,} :, > ,......
explains Patti Moore,, e 964-74S4
ed our lives/ "-
executive director of Hospice of Fri. Sat. & Sun Playing Every Fri..&: Sat.9:00: pm-2:00: am
North Central Florida. tWe en-
courage the people in our com steve Crews
munities to"Light Up a Life' this NATION
season by acknowledging someone
"Wanted Alive' Band
special. Caan

:Hospice a local of,non-profit North Central organizationthat Floridais Admission: 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE

offers, terminally ill patientsand : ................;..... 99C ,
their and families spiritual physical support,at emotional the-; .................... sac Starke 1 Mile North of Starke on' US 301
end of life's journey. A specially RADIO SOUND. OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK .
hours a day, seven days .week, PAIN -
assists the patients to live in a com t :
fortable, pain-free manner at.home .
during their final days. Mid
Hopsice currently serves patientsin '. Low '
;; :
an eight-county area, including ( THANK 'YOU8RADFORD.
Alachua. Bradford Columbia DixIe ,
Gllciuist, Levy, Putnam and
Union counties, with expansion into .1'.p/
Lafayette and Suwannee counties : fFCOUNTY'
planned. for 1989.According
to Moore,' no'one Is '
denied service because ef a lack of
ability to pay.:The agency will use
the funds raised from the Light Upa :
Life" celebration to provide. pro, t'
support. j'
more information or to make
a contribution contact'Hospice of I '
North Central.,Florida, P.O. Box,
'15235" Gainesville, FL I 32602: 1 MILNER .
telephone: (904)),338-2121. :

want tiiank 'the who
I to sincerely voters

,confidence ,in '.my. campaign for
1988: : : I 'am totally ;humbled by the votes

3 BR, I by ''this 'young 'Republican" and

of the many friendships created.
Shingle roof wood siding
warranty delivery and and set-up.Extended Fleetwood Warranty 1 I especially' want-'to express 'my' gratitude

FHA&VA.Too;: Open 7 Daysll!! the supporters who went the extra mile:

Factory Direct : door to door, making'' phone calls,

.envelopes,, putting together signs,

I am thankful nearly to the' :point of

:for' :these' volunteers whose dedication

,- efforts cannot be bought at any price.

My congratulations to Kenneth Etheridge

I pledge to continue to work to make

HWY. 41 N. & US County an even better place to live.

Bob Milner'


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Bradford uare Shopping Center Starke9646946 I
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; Ad Prices 'Good Through Nov. ,,24,,' > '1'1,',;,""''"'>:,..,,,;'," ",,',',,," :".;,',,,':' Now., I
Marantz SO.WattSpeakers ,', For I
Evefeady: .

dA ,Energy,Batteries, Christmas, I

Reg. 89.95 each AA.4/Pk
Gorilla Reg. 3.89 A Small Down Payment
will Get You StartedaT
$ '
1 69.95'AmpliIIer ,$ 2;99 Ea with Your Christmas'
( GB 30 List...All lay-aways must

Reg.. 149.00 RC ,4/Pk.,,2,25 .be paid but and picked
$ii9.oo up by Friday Dec. 23
; $1.89pk;

90' Min. Maxell
'. ', Cass. Tape 90, Min.
Package of 5 ass. Tape
fooDEl'9-7500 Car Radio .
w/tapehold s. _
I Quartz Tuning -Frequency Synthesized
., #405 .. ,
100 Channel -Cable Compatible'R $1 89 of dii uiiiwu.h o aid o?anonuii a nNnoo iianu iqugp i iw imiu
Special Effects tn EP ,. ,g. 19,95 r Each
'2 Event/7 Day Timer < $ 8g5 VHS HQ TABLE MODEL, VCRMObELVq.7515
'14 Function Wireless Remote $299' i

On-screen Remote: Programming;
'Auto Program, Frequency Synthesized
a'ltbJI.drlll': \ \' ''''I .,

We Have Five RepossessedvcR's" fa -Keep, 'intouch' "...vDirectACCes5RemateCOntrol One 4.E..enl/1,Touch'YearProgrammalileTimer Recording with Stand-By; '


'.',, ; _aSoi\ S The GE Search 3Walkie $",31900a ,
5 4-f'\S '
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1 I. '
0" $ )05143.
RfOM', 14"9' 'Ideal for hunters scouts hikers fishermen Your,Best Buy,in Home Entertainment.
F and fun lovers who need to Keep in,
EACH r ; touch while outdoors.Operates on 49, ...........
-. MHz one-channel.and features a llexi-' -T
iI: whip antenna that resists' breaking Handy
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s vva h ''.v ci.. a --- belt clip that can; be removed -
I CaSiO H T 77SJ Tj "GtlBraltarVCR star-20"--- when you don t "
I teoca need It.Covered by a Full'"
Banton 1 ::!I one; ear Warranty.t
Keyboard apes

Reg.4.99 Reg. 18.95 $16.95Special
$399 ',; 6 ',,' VMS HQ TABLE MODEL VCR
& ;, '
3.99 1695 MODELVG-7720 ,
'Sood.t.e4pacMage Ultra-Compact, Space; Saver'Desigrl
Pro*Fect Four Video Head" System", ,
,, ., ', r,', f',::;I::;\" ,;;i;,'!,,;,\";,'\':':,., ," '. On-Screen; 'Remote Programming
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(, Of The Year ;,1'\, i '155. hanneICable.CompatlbleTuner
., :i iI'; ,1" I 4-Event Month Programmable Time
; .Unified TV,VCR Remote Control,
1 "..'..,':it\,;: :" ; 120 Watt per::Channel System",1,, : :,\ ,: '''$' ,
"': ;'\' ; ::: :: ;.; '.26 Function, reless Remote ,;, ""':" ,;a\, ,c.., \J I $"
; : ," I : (r'f
i" ,' Regll99 k
: -Disc Aiito Compact:Disc. Changer 369

-.15" 3 'Bass ReHex,Speaker,System Sale $999 .



Great 50 Watt System I, :Fisher Auto: ,..

M-I M Stereo Turn Table Disc,Placer
P Q j Dual,CassetteReg. 5 Disc capacity '.
32 Selection Program
I .$509 Payment 30 Button-Wireless
,On Sale,'' Ftom$4OFfef D1O< remote
$469 for 12 Mb.1OO .,

Reg. $399 .
$349 I VCR
fisher Reg.,499.03, Model 6300
4 Head /On Screen Programming
--- -- Super Sound 122 Channel'Cable-Compatible Tuner
28 Function Remote with'Auto-Scan Channel Search

Reg On$699 Sale i,PGf From Payment.BOO$00i S +[,' '21 Day.6 Program Timer" ,with Dally/Weekly repeat .

[E3 FISHER'' $599 for U Ho. ,

I" Payments Buy Any ,Fisher T.V.

As Lowas t! and will offer
: $30.0O ,,:you

per Mo. a FIsher' V.C.R. for

1 rm FISHER' NIIIIUIIIIgI i iI Only $, 24. ?,<>


Plus You Get Free 'Movies,
Featuring SBond I.
Graphic Equalizer lor Customized Sound!
Portable Fisher Home Entertainment

AM-FM Stereo Tuner ....

POnTABLH AM,,, M STERCO RAOtO/CASSCTrC RECORDeRCassette Progrfunable Deck. J Concepts

.Double Cassette Deck with one touch synchronized .
htglHpeeddubbing' Reg.$149 Compact, Player Bradford"
Square Shopping Center
sequentialplayb.ckfuneUon( Reg.$499c. .
'a Built-in 3-Band graphic equalize -,
.'Ovtachabl.full rang.speaker system ,O a A e Sale $A 1900 _
:.. AC/DC COILlnelnputjackS power operation f. $129 9 6;4 6 9 4 6
Ealarne'l 'adphon.and MIC jack


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\ \ I i Traffic Report_ I
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i':.I,'I ( the accident, said Short. Bond for 24 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-23C1'SR.18. operated with .defects 'such as bad
: Starke Man DUI the charge was set at Brinsonwas SR-1J, CR-18, CR16R21; B, brakes, .worn tires and defective
<' ": In Minor AccidentA released on$5001 sown I iCR-225, CR-l25j CR-229 CR-231 lighting equipment. In addition, attention I
,,". ', recognizance. CR'227t CR-221,CR-230; and CR-100A will be 'directed'' 'to drivers
,1'' 'I 59-year-old Starke man was Damage to the Ford, was In Bradford County, who would violate the driver license
1'' ,charged with ,driving under influence laws of Florida.
; estimated be 1000. There were Recognizing the danger presentedto
'.))1..' ,s -j f after the bumper on his vehi- no listed Injuries in the accident the public by defective vehicle The Patrol has found these checkpoints -
; cle struck another vehicle Thursday "* iuipment, Troopers will concen- to be an effective means of en
hI'. morning on US301. FIIP Troopers 1 rt!''h'( jrffrtrH on vehicles being! See Page 4BHOUKSl \
.: A 1973 Dodge, driven by Rufus .
';' ,Continue License .i
Jack Brinson
and -
i'' a 1987 Ford
Ii,' ,,, driven by Ellen McArthur of PA, Vehicle Inspections .
were southbound on US-301 Nov. 10, ( ''
", ""i according to Patrolman M.T. Shot.t.The Bradford CountyThe t4Z'fl 1.00'SATjifts'
Dodge crossed in the lane of the Florida Highway Patrol will r
\ ': Ford and the front bumper struck be' conducting driver license and
,( ''. the Ford in the driver door and frontr vehicle Inspection checkpoints during -
,, r ndrr 'irwott was cited for DIM in the Wf'f'k of Nov IRthroiif'.h Nov
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,$(fJ:.* vxitdyiowat cofkct&tu

I">'. ..Accessories Gourmet'JJeGaftts $at/i Accent$
: \ HOME

j, 1 Refinance,. Purchase. Construction 2nd Super Saving for Selective Shoppers!
,' 0% oct. Copper Pot, Kettle&Planter
Mtgs., Conv V.A. Fixed Rates & A.RM.'s
20%Off Ceramic Duck with Ribbon &Flower
20% Off Starke 130Yr. Commemorative Pitcher'
)) Harold K. DavisLic..Mortgage .
\\' Salt Glaze Pottery
t'. Broker Many Unadvertised Sale Item .

.1" ._...--- 964-7083 $04.W. CJ (,$I. A Specialty Gift Shop

t. Thanksgiving Feast... : Star l. $!a. 9S4SS47r ==! M-WT .
I It Kindergarten students at Southslde Elementary In Starke enjoyed a holiday Office located In Longchamp Home's Eldg. 1 1/2 mile:! S on U.S. 3O1

'.,.,.., feast early_ this week with a long table full__of treat._.._._ .___ ____... ._n_. _. _u, <..._NO< _, ...... .___ .. ____00... ... ... ...._ .. ,_ _. .. .._._.. _._ _.......__ _...... "._._ .._'-u.__ _._ ___ .. ._.u. _. ...._.....

l I CourtFinals I Ifl!'I :: !, ;I i iJII.tlt"f; \ : .\ !, "' \ 111} j 1\t\ i1 IIJilmi\iJ\ Jm \ 1 I ::1Jflf l mljj{ i ': ''r !

:;I :' Get Ready for Hunting Season
I Traffic Court fI' III :; ,

Nov. Finals, i; -

j\\'t:i I',' The :following before Judge defendants George appeared H. 11'. II )i: With A' Great Buy from =- '

C Pierce in Bradford County Traffic'f'f'f'f. I'I'i
f., Criminal Court Nov. 8 j i.t.
cases.received final disposition ORIAN WELLS CHEVY-OLDS' i\t tj. tt

t i Mark'Alan Conine pled no contest .1 i: I.'I ; _
leaving scene of accident orderedto "
pay $101.25 court costs.' I t ,I

charging Johnny A.improper Lee arrested tag; '$25 on capias court I .t.I 5'' 1989;, t II !I I

costs. 1 '' I 4 I it
Todd Allen Denton pled guilty'y I : f' \
reckless driving; costs : y P II J :
supervision Tri County Probationone I ,I, 1""
year ', ', '. Chevy' 's -'10 _____"
Denton pled guilty driving under .\ _" .j ''I,
influence (DUI); fined $700 (pay: _
'within nine months), ,license' ,; ., ,; I >'4 Cyl., Fuel Injected,5-Speed (OlD), 1- 1 ,o i '
Tri :
five one year I.
suspended years !
;County Probation ,attend DUI 'r,!'i i ; Transmission, A/C AM Radio. Rally I

.school.Chris Allen McIntosh 'pled guilty- + ,I j i Wheels, l

( unlawful tag; provided proof of tag, :. t ijh RcarBper'$8688'I < / ,
$50 court costs.McIntosh : :! \Ii"
pled ,guilty no' .valid ,,4 \'
driver's license (NVDL) motorcycle t \ I" t' ,Per ::1
; all costs waived, adjudication : .159 : 'II
'withheld.Lancin. } I tI1 ,
Devane Hersey pled guilty ; 5-10 Plcku 20 '' '
tt,\ Mo
unauthorized minor to In Stock
I, 'permitting I \ ;I1 l
costs waived.Chad I
drive; Edward Hersey pled guilty 1.' To Choose. .. !d r
NVDL; six months' Tri County I $1._Down, 11.9%.66 Mos. +Tag.Tax Net Rebate From I 1/:1,;: j "
supervision, 50' hours community /
work 500 work essay on why should .
have license and reason on why got \ 1939Celebrity t ,1' If :
;caught violate no ,laws* $50 .court, { $199' ";
costs. ( I 1'1 h'll '
Hersey pled 'guilty traffic:: Control, 1 1 plus Tax' Tag Title. ';: ,
w1 :
device; dismissed. : i'\ w !> ;;
Ramona W. Walker pled guilty l \ \ -
DWLS; provided. valid license I 1 AT, AC Split Seats..White Side Walts.Lets you takeused home :t '( !

dismissed.Kenneth i Wayne Shealey pled no I."i I 'I; Floormats. Molding Pkg.! Sale $10,999 the,' vehicle of I.J.> IH/ '
DWLS costs waived Ii,' / '
contest ; 1 \ I I
Shealey pled no. contest unlawful' t LI''1\\ \ i, I!: \ #.218 Per your choice! .(.I I//! I
.tag; fined $120.25.Shealey' \ 1
II ,
contest DWLS 1 I i1 1 J.
pled'' no ;' 4'' \ ,Mo., .14.9-66 Mos. r J
fined $120,75. \ I Celebrity. .4.dr. Sedan'' .* 15.9%-54 Mos. 1 1i i'
Shealey pled'no contest' NVDL: -'I i Net Rebate Fin. $9.999 ... 16.548 Mos.i 1 lli

costs suspended.;! I II < r {:


Misdemeanor Court I 1, :
\ Jfl
r- Thomas Brian Lamay pled no conj, \ '.' J/i
test battery{ Tri County supervisionone ,, ,\ t 88 Chev'CP' 9.99900, 87 Jeep' CP 6.999.00 87Chevy Cr-8,495.9Q' 87 Suzuki, CP" .999.oo '; '
attend at I ; j
:BUGC'year for evaluation 20 hours community 'F'' '.! \!i \11k, Beretta 199.00 :Wrgl 199.00'' Ca er '199.00,' 4x4. ,99.00 / If;

'costs., .work,violate. no laws'waive: 'i \\ Auto. AC. Down 4x4., 'Down wgn Down Speed Down t tCC r rI
Wanda Lee Sapp pled guilty petit ,I I "a' ,Ti+t; Convertible AT:.AC PS, .AC. 8900 f I, I
theft retail theft;Tri County supervision : : "'; ; d 7600m1les, Mo219.0 speed Mo154.0 'B.AmFm'Mo187.0 mUes Mo199:O { ,
six months ,,,20 hours com, ,: 1 ) If 1

munity Winn work Dixie;write,,violate letter no. of laws apology'to $50 \I, : iS 88 Olds CP 10.799.00 86 cP 7,999.00 86 Ford cP, 10,900.00 86 Chevy CP,6.999.00 }

court Johnny costs.Glen'..Nettles pled guilty" 11 ..4'I Ciera. _!}9.00 Toyota 199.00 Bronco. 199.0 f&lebrity. 199.00 :'
loitering and prowling; Tri County 'I! \ ; Down 4x4. Down 4x4, Down : Down itt964750O
Eu port
supervision six months, attend J AT.AChrv ; [f! t i
BUGC for: evaluation and substance i,
11ii :
abuse, $100 court costs,,
lavs. 1\i \ I I f :
Michael T. Smiley pled no contest, : ,' 87 Mazda CP 6.999.00. 86 Ford CP 7,999.00 86 Pontiac CP 8,499.00. 86.OMC CP 7,999.00 I I'' JI 1/i f
disorderly conduct; $50 court costs .l / I.
B2000 SE5 Ext
\ Fl50 Fiero 'OT Jimmy '
Tri County supervision alcohol 500h 199.0 199.00 199.00 199.00 I 'I i it i-
word essay on sins of 40"" t r Cab PU Sunroof V6, PW 4x:4. f
,., hours community work, violate no 1 Down ." 4x4. Down PL.IWCC Down : Down I JI
'' 5 TV6..AT.AC. '
laws. I Speed. AT.AC;PS. Loaded' sox I II
Jesse Willard Alvarez pled guilty J AC.PS MO 154.0 PB MO 211 O miles '. Mo224.0 .rL Mo211.0
petit theft,retail theft; 60 days court I \ ; t ;

costs.probation, violate no laws, waive' ,\ t 87 Olds CP 8.999.00 88 3/4 Ton CP 16900.00 86 Ford CP 7999.00 85 Chev ,CP 5.499.00 i 1 I :f

Timothy Leggette pled no contest Calais199.00' Chevy Sport 199.00 T-Bird M C, 199.00 ill' j
petit theft; fined $101.25 stay away i, )\\i, vas 199i .00, : I
from victim, 60 days court probation ; 4 D 16K Down Down Down Down i
Loaded Vt3 AC
$57.65 r ll"; milesr 350.AT .. AC,AT. PS. 11 :
Bobbie'Lee Jackson pled no con- Pw.PL,1WCL PVtr, I'LAT 21K '
test possession of drug parapher cc. T.M: MO 199.0 M0382.0 mliea M0211.0 PB M01560; r"I I
nalia; placed on six months court .
probation violate no laws pay $100 ,II;' c 86 Ford .CP 7B99.00 85 Subru CP 5.999,00. Iii Ford CP 7999.00 SPECIAL OF '1IE WEEKIII j l
;' court costs, attend BUGC for drug : j' '88 CHEVY ASTRO '
screening. \: ", F150 199.00. SW" 199.00 Crown 199.00, !' I.
1 if I I\ 2x4 I Down 38K mies. ,Down Victoria Down Lo ded-TV : I ; J I tva
I : I, ac LwB 5 Spd.PuV, Swivel Chair ;$ '
Kerosene Heaters, :! 32Kmll .,
J Cleaned and'Repaired ;

Get 'em ready for wlnterlt I ''I '

,November Special ; .tt1: 1; .

$17.50 Part. \l\1 1 t ,

.I |r.' CHEVROLET __ -- '--_.... ., '
Ed's Appliance '
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