Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
November 24, 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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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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It Worth Ministers Police


Begin DiscussionOf
School's Out... ''" Iif

All' Bradford County schools will "
observe a 3 day holiday for
'Thanksgiving, Wednesday;'' Thursday \11'- Problem'by
and Friday, Nov. 23,'24 and 25. Drug

School will ,resume Monday; Nov. ".., If ,
Bradford County'schools will Buster'Ilahn'" warranted," Chief Reno said'.

close Friday, Dec. 16 for the' ot BCT Staff Writer One!' minister charged' racial p"r'e:

Christmas Holidays, with students "Prayer is fine; but there come a, judice in providing -information'' tot:
, returning, to classes Tuesday, Jan. time when we need to do something, the press about the hold-up saying if
;3s ., for ourselves?" said Rev A J. Sim the suspect were white; hiiS name

Thanksgiving Service...' .. mons, in opening! a meeting Wednes would have been withheld.
day night, Nov, 16,( between, area, Chief Reno replied to the .Charge
An, Informal Thanksgiving service It. 'ministers*:, city officials, ;and t city; by saying, /'Wetdid. not invit't'' 'the
, will be held in the First United police press in on the case:'" Reports and,
Methodist Church of Starke, Drug pushers are getting( protect!, records of the department are public

Thanksgiving Morning, Thursday! tion from the black community bald :records, and once a report Is filed
Nov, 24, at 10 a.m., with the Rev. Police Chief Bill Reno. The meeting the public has access to them, ('hielReno
: Dwight McQueen bringing the ,was not open to the public, althougha told the ministers. The Pphee
"message. reporter from The Telegraph attended Department will withhold name;; if
. ,I,' Everyone in the community is in* haveing been' invited by* the- suspect is -still' At large-; siiK'f\
l'' 'vlted to' share in this one, hour sere f. ,Rev. Simmons. publishing' his name may hamperthe

'" vice.) Rev. Simmons, chaired ,the capture of a fugitive. Race of the
', '. meeting;, telling ,the 20-25 people individual has nothing toi J do with
:;.:'" ", UCAP Meeting..., assembled "We're not here to.blame revealing, the, name ot the s>uHpec:( .
:anyone, but to speak ''out. We have Chief Reno told those present.!
The United Citizens .
;;(, AgainstPollution 1 Chief: Reno said he is
the right to speak out. ,We must not at hbert
I ( will
meet at 730; ," to discuss1 the further ,
become involved, whether< want/ case ;af lhu
ford p.m: Monday'Nov. 28, in the Brad k 1. t It 44 to or notes tune, since it is /how in the hands ,<"f,
County Courthouse. Deborah'Barton t.. : :Uhe tate '
Jacksonville attorney, who' Simmon'said the, rotctingv.a',:\ $ ,Attorney.Fighting :
called to discuss two'items;. '
will represent UCAP in legal pnxi I e 1) the drug problem in NE Stark> 'nr'ugs"l'l'he
feedings against the Department of Z, a A and
Environmental : attention of the group turmut
, ? vent the location Regulation of a hazardous to pre j 2)) the handling of a recent arrestof 'to drug problems;' with Chief Hell!

, 'waste treatment facility at All a suspect in a hold-up taking the podium tuadviselhecont
Ellerbee : munity how1 it must provici'I! >I.I\'e\
Curve in Union
County, Grade Ilev, Lennon:,, assistance to combat thesituation"We ,
will be the main speaker., Top Earners at.BUS...,
, Lennon said, "We're not have a communitywide hro-
At 8 p.m.'a drawing'will be held for Rey.Levy
, :the lucky winner of a shotgun being Straight: !>students at Bradford High'for the first six Ferguson:' Alisha Cruen. blaming the chief as such; but we blem. in both the while,and Mjick! '"
. given by UCAP to raise weeks are (l-ri.I., c. ,Third row- Ron Zurfluh't'vonne' Bobo Steven Thorn- ''want him t o'' tell' us something sections of town.The price of dnlgs:!\,
;" for legal in the'' for-; Bottom :rowr,Link Kishop.Thomas" Bradford, ficott' ton, Kevin Krack. tonight. Sweeping stuff under, "
Incoming money expenses Duncan. 'I" ". Not present ,for' photo.:' Janice; Da*ie;,.krUten Pf'en-; rug must stop. This meeting, is dos\ bought for $ld' More people are'get' \
suit.\ Second rowAudri} Brantlf;;, Tonya Klein..Julie.nigery' 'ed to the public; with only ministers,, ting hooked each day, with pusihcrS'

,:: ,Class of ''69.' : city ;officials and press' present. I ']giving drugs away to gat rnor\ '',
have police and sheriff reports, and pie addicted. Once addicted, peoplewill
',,, .flan now to meet Sunday'Nov.' break into cars homes ;'IInd
they don't match, ;
13 ,
i'\ '29 at '1 p.m.:', at Kelly's Nile Limit ;Earn Straight-Afs, at ;BHS Rev. Lennon 'made reference "to businesses, to their habit,"

''tr; 'in Lawtey to discuss plans for a the attempted 'hold-Up1' of, the, Tenneco Chief Reno continued( HWe cjiti't''
y; 'Class o( 1969 reunion., For more In'-. 'Thirteen 'LJ station on US-301, Sunday;Nov ,do the job alone,' because ('Ifiniied'/ '
,I formation, call Ben Strong,..Ph. Bradford High students, try, Music'-'Theory:' I, and Honors jects: Honors English 12, Woodwind ,6. and the arrest of his son'Jerome ,resources and manpower:' Kyi.K/
" ;782-3130. 1 01' 1.1 percent of the'' 1,150memberstudent English 12. > Band .IV Ensemble. Trigonometry! Rudolph Lennon,' after'' a '4-hour ,(Florida Department Of Law' Enforcement
' body earned straighUA'sfor Julie A. Ferguson daughter of Physics, Standard 'American chase. In a scuffle with a police of- ) is'working 'statewide t
t ,Starke E( mentary.:. the first six-weeks' grading 1 Mr. & Mrs. Bob Ferguson of Starke. Government and Santa .Fe C.Cv 'ficer over a shotgun, Lennon'S' eye 'courts are overloaded and jails are,
'"' period which ended Oct..3. SubjectsGuitar: I. Humanities I,, course. was badly' damaged. Lennon was! full. Tripling the courts, increasingthe (
: Calendar of events for the Starke '
, Another 100 students, or 8.7 per-> Honors English 12, Physics' I, Advanced taken to Bradford Hospital following' police force and building more
':', Elementary School cent of the student body earned all American Government, Stu- his arrest. jails and prisons..we can't do It. We, "-

1/-:,' ", Nov. 29, Picture Re-takes' 9:30 A's ,or B's for places on the A-B dent Leadership Development; and Juniors., ... Rev. Lennon protested treatmentof must have citizen participation to,

k.! a.m., Library \( honor roll. : Temporary Institutional Placement- Lank R. Bishop, son of Mr. & Mrs the inmate's wife while she was report activities, in, (the:

'Dec.7. Basketball Extramurals,' The straight 'students are 5, Teacher's Aide Bish Bishop of Kingsley Lake. Sub-, visiting her husband in the'hospital, neighborhood.:

fl'\. Southside Elementary seniors, 6 juniors, and one freshman. ,' .Alisha Gruen/daughter of Dr. & ,Jects: Psychology 'I,' Advanced '
;" Dec. 8, Southside Elementary''Choral The :straight-A; students, '"are, by- Mrs. ''Harry Gruen of Starke..Sub- World History, Chemistry I,, Honors and the officer was not "
: Concert, BHS Auditorium, glade ejects: !' ","Trigonometry; Typing HvStandard 11 courteous to her. .There 'are .more' good eiti/eris
English 'Trigonometry'
: .. 7:30: p.m.Dec. < English 12,' Economics,' Individual-Dual Sports I and Fun- Chief ''Of Police William Rend than bad. If citizenswon't tolerate it.
I' ;, .' 13> Awards Ceremony, Seniors..,' Physics Temporary
'f; 'GradeKSI-9a.m.Gradel.; : Yvonne Bobo, daughter, of Mrs. Placement 'Teacher's, Aide and 'Thomas Bradford,''son of Mr; & ,inmates are subject to the same ministers.
/"' ; 9-9:45: a.m-v.Grade' 2, 9:45-10:20: Beth Bobo of Starke. Subjects: Pain- Business Co-Op.: Mrs. Timothy Bradford: of Starke. Visiting rules while in the hospital as'' "Citizens tan stop the drug traffic

\': ,a.m. ( ting I," Honors English 10, Physics, Tonya M Klein,'daughter of Mr. Subjects: French III, Geometry,, they are in the 'county jail, but that by forming, crime not watch ,with than,each1''tour'
/h :' Heel 14,'Awards Ceremony unit comprising more )
, ," ', Advanced American Government; & Mrs. Michael Klein of Starke: Sub- Chemistry I, Honors English 11,'ApPlied Visiting hours for inmate', Lennon
t" 'Grade 3 9-9:45 Grade 4, blocks. Residents of designated
: ; ,
I relaxed considerably, to allow
Student were
I- Physics
: Leadership Development, jects) Psychology / Leadership
, Grade watch houses should maintain writ
" 9:4510:20I.m.': \ ; 5,8:15-9' and Santa Fe C.C. course. Economics; Honors English 12. Development.Algebra, ,and ,Ad-i, .his wife to visit in Bradford Hospital.
: records of In their'area,,
ten activity ,
{ a.m. [ '
: "
; Placement As for discourteous ChiefReno
Audra L, of. Temporary Institutional being
at1p.m Brantley, daughter vanced World History.
Classes will be dismissed and tQ the police. Armed with
:.'< \ Mr-. & Mrs. Gerald Brantley :;of i t* Teacher's Aide and Santa Fe C.C James S. Duncan; son of Mr,. & said Lennon's wife should files'- report
above records the then
, ; each of the days I Starke; Subjects:' Guitar I, Advanced 'course.,- ? Mrs., Jim.'' 'Duncan of ,Starke ,Sub' complaint at the Police, Stall \1".i,if those the courts, and police secure can warrant; g :i. 'Co kfng. Economics?,, Standard' World Kristin L, Pfenniger,' daughter of < she so desired. "Every complaint is
"' Italian Geography Physics, l ITf igonomenStarke Mrs, Linda Wilson ,of Starke. ;;;Sub (See StraightA's.VfMmeat ,investigated and ,action :taken",.,, ,if 'See!. Drug .Problem..k:! ;
.;t7) IAn Italian cooking class will be
:('. 'orrered by the Bradford-Union Area

,,"." Vo Persons Tech Center interested, beginning in the Dec.course 6. Council Continues' Split Over Police Situation I Iby

964-6800 for further\ In-
may call ph. ; !.".

;,_) ', formation.Flu Buster Ilahn )The ballot will also provide for elec.- formulating policies' ..for the "depart- the position until the regular election next regular election, it would allow,
:.:: BCT Staff Writer tors to have the chief of police appointed ment ,' next September In the meantime, ,the commission time tor, review the.
: ,Vaccine...: For the third time in recent weeks by the city council,' or sub- Silcox does not want the chief to be Wall would support a referendum to- 'options and possibhfty of a referendum '
itl, Bradford County Health Department the Starke Council revealed the wide'' ject to election by the electorate. responsible to the city council,' but make the position elective or appointive .( to'solicit the will of the pepleoc'

y;; has received a limited supply rift among its members in voting on If the position remains elective, would like to explore the possibilityof providing for the candidate to ,/Starke.! '.. '
. ; of flu vaccine, which should be, ,,issues relating to the Police Depart' 1 voters will decide whether or not the changing the city charter'to pro-' meet police standards with some administrative -' ,"It would also allow the the Polices,
I,.' ,' given' during November. '- ment. ; i Chief must meet police standards. vide for a city manager.-The present experience. Department ,time to'.stabilize' ; and,
'w.. ,". The vaccine will be given on Commissioners Charles Schaeferand At present the only qualifications charter.adopted in 1968, is outdated, Mayor Biggs acknowledged Wall's rebuild its morale ,manpower,and
( Tuesday and Wednesday after-' Travis Woods and Mayor Bobby' for chief is that he be 21 years old' and does not meet the needs of the city -"" Nov.l comments, but said they were functions. '.This would enable, the

,;': noons, 1-5 p.m. Call ph. 964-7732 for Biggs oppose Commissioners; ; i and a registered city voter. In fact which is ' grow, says, inappropriate'at the,time, and mov- ,chief, should that be the''outcome!! of
:f. more information. non Silcox and Ed Wall on the issue whoever is elected January 24 to the Silcox- : ed on. a 'referendum, to take over -a,
of filling! the, vacant, chief of police unexpired term needs only. to meet When' Schaefer, Woods'and Biggs In the Nov.. 15 council meeting Acting smoothly running department,
'I'. Alumni. position.1Mayor' current requirements. voted to go ahead with the election Chief W.C. Reno submitted rather than a department in turmoil
BHS .. Biggs discus In the Nov 1 council meeting, Silcox said, ."I'm embarrassed by letter to the council, stating his position and indecision."
The BHS Alumni Association sion of opposing views by banging Silcox asked his peers to fill the POSI- the council returning to the same old on the situation: Reno said, "I
\\ meeting date has been changed to the gavel on Wall and Silcox in both tion by the appointment of an acting problem." feel the idea of a special election fora Biggs read the letter, but ignored
i Monday, Nov. 28, 6 p.m., at of. the last two council meetings. chief, saying that there is no Commissioner Ed Wall Joined chief within the next 60 days wouldbe Reno's comments. No discussion
and the interim be Silcox in opposing an election to fill premature and detrimental to the was held.
:J', Western Steer Steak House. All While each councilman was allowedto emergency, may
used the unexpired term. While their positions (Police) Department and City, Any asked rescind the
alumni and friends are invited. speak briefly, the in reviewing the whole spec- Wall to January
responded -
h' mayor
, with a "thank-you" and movedon trum of police problems. are similar, they differ slightly person elected for this period wouldbe election,, but Woods and Schaeferwere
(\, not Silcox says the city council ap- able to do little In the time re- adamant, leaving Wall in a
: Church Benefit... allowing discussion to elec- before it would be '
propriates $300,000) per year for the Wall asked Biggs to forego an maining minority.
I}: St Marks Episcopal Church will develop.. fn the Nov. 1 council operation of the Police Department, tion at this time, and call for applications necessary'' for him ,to' begin cam-
i hold benefit sale, Saturday Biggs, Woods and Schaefer meeting.voted and has no control or voice in the ex- to fill the term by appointment.By paigning for the election in Silcox attempted to get the three
a garage to
? applications Wall 'September, 1989. I personally feel members to reconsider in the Nov.
penditures. Once elected the chief is accepting
; ( ,
: earmarked call
Dec. 3, with proceeds I. a special city election, to elect a
'I council could a that if the coommission were to but his fell deaf
for the Andy Roach FamilYAndy chief of police for the responsible only to the voters for said, the secure pert IS meeting, pleas. on
N IX',. :, of former chief Jimmy unexpiredterm Bowen. spending a half million dollarsand, son with excellent credentials to fill leave me, as acting,chief until the ears.

1 a recent graduate of BHS
tJ has Hodgkin's disease. '

-;:/ Ken Roach, Andy's father, Is attending
' a church seminary school National Farm Week Observed S
.:"':. .in Tennessee. City ; ., r A' '

\V..:'.. Extension' Food, Stronger Than Arms, Conner Says hr's ,

." -
Homemakers... The annual Partnership menu. ChicKen was donated ''by soy beans, 'wheat and other o

,:'i". The Bradford County Extension dinner featured rarm/Uty Bradford Coun Cargill Poultry;, other food was farm products. '
given by Western Steer Steak House Japan should give us an even
Homemakers will host a reception Commissioner of
ty's Sonny's Bar-B-Que and Flowers break he said. They need producewe 'j
November 10, from 11 Conner ,
" Thursday, 'Agriculture Doyle as guest
" Bradford .Sunbeam Bakery. have to export but they have Im-
in the ,
to 1 .
a.m. p.m. speaker. Les and J. B, Whitehead cookedthe posed quotas that restrict trade
Ag Building. several
I County Fairgrounds Sponsors of the event were
Educational and leadership opportunities local business and civic organiza- chicken and rice, helped by. From the US'l conseguently'prlcesfor
available through the Wiley Clark and Charles Baldree.4H beef 'Japan is outrageous.
Club members were servers. "The" should accept competetively ,
Florida Extension The Kiwanis Club was the prime "
"This is. home 'Commissioner priced agricultural products. \' :'
said --, I.
: Organization will explained. In the establishing of the Na-
mover value", to the farm productsis
t," Conner He still farms in ,:'Add
Call 964-6280 ex. 284 for further '.
tional Farm/City week observance I
, Bradford County, he says' and had the way for American farmers to ...,
, Information. which is of national scope, and was., he '
in ,
,' i cattle here until last year: He growsa make a profit today's economy
' observed this week nationwide;; few Process grapes into grapejuice .
pine trees, and .sells, pecans_ says. .
'" Kiwanis Clubof Starke.'Chamber .
f Upcoming.., The' ere. was an example, and further process -, '
of Commerce,,'(.All into .
\ ,"We can never afford for our food 'the juice champagne. .
,; Public meetings scheduled In the agricultural' agencies The Cat.. and fibre to be produced in foreign perhaps. .
.' ', coming weeks are: Uemen's Association, The' Swine countries' says Conner. Fast Commissioner Conner is develop- Doyle Conner Visits His Home...
Pecan auction at Farmer's AssocIation.. Bradford County Farm planes, the most tanks and better ing' an agriculture museum for the
Market at noon Thursday' Dec. 8 Bureau, Bradford County Fair not the of our State of Florida. He has' 'cracker Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner center la greetedby
are strength
and 22.The weapons newly elected County Clerk Ray Norman at the Farm-City Week
Association, Radio Station WEAG, nation, but the overabundance of our cows' and 'cracker ponies', the
Bradford County Zoning Womans Clubof Starke, all were agricultural production' "The most original strains of cattle and horses ceremony where Conner spoke Monday night and got reaqualnted with
Board and the BC Board of Adjust- ,!sponsors locally; embarassing thing to the Soviets" that roamed wild In the woodlands of many Bradford friends' ,
ment will meet Tuesday Nov. 29, Chicken and rice, green beans, hot Conner says, is that they have to go Florida, and will welcome old ar- Speaking with Commissioner Conner are I-r), ll.l. McLendon ,and
at 7 p.m. in the Starke City Hall. rolls, drinks and dessert I were the outside their own country! to buy. tifacts to be donated to the museum. Marcus Conner Doyle's uncle.

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Band Gets Highest Possible ScoresThe I


Spirit of Bradford Marching Trumpets: Jim Quiettet Bill Starling Browning, Kim Johnson, Dee Dee
Band won straight superior ratings Kevin Boone, Brian Canova, Cox Jennifer Crawford Michelle
the highest possible, in the annual Scott Durban, Jason Morin, Billy Sapp, Misty Crawford, Kelly Ann
Florida Bandmaster's Association Stephens, Josh Walters Janice Duncan,Shannon ElloittJeanetteFairfield
Festival on the University of Florida Davie, Michael McKinney, Blake Gia Griggs Andrea
football field Saturday, Nov. 19. Thomas, Mike Tierney, ; Holhe Hewett, Deanna Holiday Brenda
Twenty-three north Florida high Vareska. Kemp, Sharon Konkel, Sonja Nor-
; school bands participated. Only five, French horns: Karen Hodges, man, Deena Parker, Pam Patterson -
% including Bradford, earned straight Steven Thornton, Joel Caren, Tim ,
superior ratings. The other four Gowens, Metina Smith.!
e Flutes: Kim Lee, Leslie Banks,
bands earning superior ratings were Trombones: Paul Coleman, Karen
Dicandio Shell! Mann, Bran
April ,
all larger bands than BHS, Black, Ron Wishart, Johnnie
1! In fact, no school until the BUS Frampton, Mary Coleman, Matt dy William Ross. Kristen Sapp, Brenda
F performance, got superior ratings Eunice, Matthew Martin.
Supt Jim Duncan praised the BHS Tubas John Loper, Lori Starling, The band is under the direction of
band at the school, board meeting Sean Jones. Charles (Buddy) BAil with ,James
Monday night, saying he'd Seen the Saxophones: Mike McElroy, Joel Brownlee and Dirk ,Schmidt as
Saturday "There's not Jacobson, ,Lonnie Adkins, David assistants. Other instructors are
anybody that can touch us," said Roberts, Zellouise Montgomery. Donna Parado, Jazz dancers, and
Duncan ('l",rk"eta' MIr.! :t !a--" r'-bhk\ 'Tammy McCarthy, majorettes:
The BHS band got a standing ovation
from Santa Fe High fans, Jast
Friday night.
,Members of the' band, by Instrument G.E.D.
are: ,
Majorettes: Renee Hewett, Karen

Morgan Ferguson,! Allison Beth Archey,, Carmen Aimee ,Earn your' high school diploma by taking I

Barber, Christina Bath. the G.E.D test. For further information
Jazz dancers: Kristi Ball, Shere' *
BIIS Majorettes Among,the Best. Brown, Barbara Delestre, Emily call 964-6800 ext 122. The deadline for
The 19118 BIIS majorettes are (lI.r)t Knt"elingKaren Lee, Aimee Hodges, Bridget Holder,
The majorettes/ of the Spirit of Bradford Deanna registering is December: 1988.
Marching Morgan, Beth McKinney and Aimee Ferguson. Huffman, Chery L. Moss, r ,
Band have won a superior rating In their last two band Standing Carmen Barber, Christina Bath, Noy'Srivibul Carla Stephens, MaDfflina: Tyler,
contests; one In Moultrie GA and one at Palatka High Tushina VanZant. ,
the captain, Renee'Uewt"tt, Allison Archey.
In "Iorlda. Drums: Jennifer Dodge. Kenny Testing date and times are as folowsv:
Clark, Mike Stoneman, Josh Bula,
Zurny' Ford, Mark Harden, Craig Dec., 12 15 (Mon., 'Tues., Wed., &Thurs.),
Slocum, Chris Thompson.
Drug Problem. 1A Mallets; Micki Becker, Kristen 600= p.m.. 10:00: p.m.
: frontpage
Pfenniger, Danielle Smith, James
for the artest of' drug dealers," the Starke requires$ police officers to "You're losing your most precious
Chief said.: meet minimum police 'standards possessions, your children. A house, -- ----
Chief Reno told the ministers that prior to joining the force, a course of you can build back, but...
they will have to go to their con- study requiring some 400-500( hours. The meeting continued for almost
gregations and enlISt' them in the Chief Reno said he worked in con- three hours, with city hiring prac- PUBLIC NOTICE ,CITY OF STARKEWARNING
fight. They will_have to be the eyes struction and attended school at tises and black/white ratios,being .,
and ears of the, police, keeping ,night to qualify for a police position. discussed. I ,',' i ,:
records and working with the Police Starke has no provision for assisting Commissioner Charles Schaefer 1". :, ; "
Department. recruits in obtaining certification. told the ministers that the city meets : '
A young minister, recently from Rev. Jerry Patton offered to sup- all legal requirements for,advertising ::,(,r'ds:! ,\:,: J
Miami, asked, "Why don't you have port a fund drive to asssist black ap- jobs,, and meets Equal Opportunity ,
black officers on the force and black plicants in getting the'' necessary tenets in placing blacks on cI- '
undercover operators. If it were going schooling, but the plan was not ,ty jobs. Schaefer said blacks do not The City of Starke 'has received' recent,
on in Saratoga Heights, you'd do' developed further. 'apply for jobs in the, Electical
something about it."." ,y,< .i Department, apparently because complaints from'' :residents regarding certain
i Chief Reno replied, "You're bring: Blacks are not, reporting: they don't like to work with electricity :
ing race into a situatuion that Isn't'' ,suspicious ",activity, one 'of the ,More blacks would be hired if transient: home: ,improvement, businesses 'whichutilize ',
racial.We have two vacancies on the' ministers said, because, they are they meet qualifications and mtke '
force,;and would like to hire two fearful of retaliation ,by drug application for, the betters: jobs substandard ''materials and/or shoddy
black officers but they won't apply, dealers, causing Chief Reno to, Schaefer said.Schaefer : ,
Two blacks were asked to apply for' remark, '"Drug pushers are getting, told the group, "Black of services; ,or fail .to complete contracted work after
police jobs, but said,:'I live there..., I' protection from you right 'now I ficers will not be hired just.for the
can't do It."Blacks must meet 'the You've go to put your foot down andnot' Reno area., All police'officers are payment. Often these persons leave the area
qualifications before they can be. tolerate 'these ,things to. assigned to work city-wide, and have : "",
hired, just as white officers. I won't're protecting them. full arrest power in all sections, of before action, can be taken ''against them. While ,the
hire because he's hlark the '
\ a man Rev, Patton told, the ministers city.

I At'I I City cannot accept responsibility for any' such,

i.Straight, services rendered, it is recommended that all
from page' 1A thia M. Davis,Jennifer C. Dodge, 'Chesney; Danika L.:. ,Richardson, citizens request proof of a City Occupational
,sects: Practical Keyboard'Skills, Rhonell D. Estes, Allison Farn- i John G. Robbins, Kimberly M. Ross",,
Advanced World History Chemistry sworth, Aimee L. Ferguson, KevinE. Sharea M. Sanford, Danielle T. License before contracting for home'services suchas '
I,; Woodwind Band III Ensemble, Finch, Cindy W. Harris, Kimberly Smith, Kevin W. Snow,, Lori Starling -
'Trigonometry, Honors, English 11,' A.:'Johnson,Valerie S. Krack Len Ricky S. Wishart.Freshmen..i''Shana. roofing, paving or other nonstructural"improvemenfThiS
,and Jazz Ensemble 1. M. Looney, Lori L. Mann, Brian A. '
'.Kevin B. Krack, son of Mr.' .& Maricle, Elizabeth A, McKinney Crawford,. will help ensure*th2t "' 8, ,:" .'*>* *" ,
Mrs. Mike Edkin of Starke. Sut* Sharie F Meier, Angela L Mitchell, Jeanette. D. Fairfield) : Sophia A. .. r. sf*> .< J.* .
jects: Geometry, Computer Applications Dana JU' Norman Robert Wayne. Fanton Timothy'E. Gowens, Andrea *complaints thereon can be forwarded: to a known
I, Accounting I Patrick Jason B. Pilcher, Carl N. M. Hewett, Deana A. Holiday; '
Chemistry I, Computer Programing* Richie Laymon P. Rupe. Shana R Erica L, Howard Sean F. Jones address. 'IF SUCH A BUSINESS DOES NOT'HAVE
Shuford.Sophomores..r ,
II, Honors English 11,and Advanced ,Schmitt, Mark P. Amanda K. Loper, Patricia Kay
World, History. Martin, Emily S. Nugent,Leigh Ann ,A CITY LICENSE -- BEWARE!
.Steven M. Thornton,son of Mr. &' 'Christina B. Odom, Richard L. Parrish, Rebecca- ,
Mrs. Donald Thornton of Starke.Subjects BathMichael L. Becker,Jennifer L. Phillips Norma L, Plemons,
; Anatomy, &, Physiology Bennett;, Shanae Lynn Blom, Missy Christopher T. Snow, Jane R. 13y'Neil'Tucker
Advanced World History, Woodwind Rhea Bonier, Brian D. Canova, Joel Stanwix-Hay, 'Kelley E, Stewart :
Band III Ensemble, ''Chemistry I, Rogers Caren, Mayra E: Cruz, Christopher B. Thompson,'Hollie A. City Clerk
Robin R. Gish, Larry P. Hurst, Vareska, Brenda A. Williams
Trigonometry, Honors English 11,
'and Student Leadership Development Latara V Jackson. Shannon B. Me- Richard A. Wolf. I
.Ronald Wayne Zurfluh,. son of
Mr. & Mrs. Lonnie Zurfluh of Starke. ""I
Subjects;, Chemistry I, Spanish I, \
Oceanography"+ Honors English 11. .' $3' 3pmilluFv'r
Beginning Tennis, Advanced World CERTIFICATE

History, and,Trigonometry, ,' .' ,:,', ,'.;!,',q. \,,' "

Freshmen..., ',' ":'j:.\!"'";: ; "'iI'l',)' \';' ;a,\'S'! f ',;''j,.',',td'':', : d., .. WorthS3.0oon
i" : ';;\ LP\ -e. Hallmark
; / 'l'if,11;, ," any
Janice E:Davie, daughter of Mr.' ,1"' ,'.," tr : ,, purchase of
& Mrs. Richard Davie of Starke. r .. :' / ..- $15.00 or more' t
Subjects Brass Band I, Practical I, y,-- Nov. 26 through,
Business Skills Spanish I. General I, i Dec. 2, 1988., i
Science, Personal Fitness,;AlgebraI '
and Honors English 9., $12.00 'in purchases : THREE DOLLARS

.A-B Honor Roll... 3 $3
Another '100 students';earned all This Weekend:

'A's and B's.for places on the A-B ,__ ________.___.__ .____ _.___________________________
honor roll,These students by gradeare '
Use TheCoupons -3
; '

Seniors... Michelle L. Becker CERTIFICATE
'Jared R, Brown, Teila A. Bute.PaulA .w
Coleman Chris J, Durban
i, ,
Kemberly L. Fillyaw,'' Michelle R., or Worth $3.00 on
Garcia, Christ! A. Harrell, Eric S.. ,:, any Hallmark
Hodges Karen A. Hodges James B. Take' 25.% $15 purchase of
00 or more
Kendrick, Kimberly A. Lee, Jeffrey' Dec. 3 through
S., Moody; Wanda M.' Mueller S, Off Any y Dec. 9, 1988.
Selina Norman, Rebecca L.- Poore,
Angelina M. Ramsey' Douglas A. '
Gift '
Rehberg: Mindy K. Bother,Suzanne Item: :
Sapp, Holly A. Scala Stephen Chris THREE DOLLARS
Simmons, Barbara Ann Smith. In Stock. $3 $3
Sarah C. Smith, Jaruwan N. y '
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Srivibul, Sheila L. Stewart, TammyJ. InCIUcllJr.1g'Hallmark:
.Tatum, Benny L;Tyson,C. Denise' trr
Waddell, Robert Cam Ward, Tina C. $3 CERTIFICATE, $3

Willmgham. ,

Juniors..., Joseph D, Allen, '
Tammy L. Bell. Kendra L. Butler. at your Hallmark : [ 'Worth S3.00'on
June I. Cole, Chad E, Crafton, Cyn- "' any Hallmark _
-- purchase

Medicare Coverage Christmas i Idea Place $15 Dec.,OO 1O or through more '

Adds New Benefits; LL. ,,; Dec.18,1988.

Seminar Nov. 29 .
,Come see, all the bright, colorful new Ideas, by Hallmark for '
The Medicare Catastrophic Loss Christmas 1988 ,...- and take advantage of,these grE at holiday 'THREE DOLLARS 3
Prevention Act of 1988 is the focus of certificates. l
a special meeting at Bradford savings ';' .
_._ .
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Hospital, Tuesday, Nov. 29, at 10 -
a.m. You can Save Up to 12.00 on purchases of your favorite \ ,
"This seminar will'explatnhowhealth Hallmark ,merchandise during the weeks before the holidayt It's .: 3 $3
care benefits u our, way to wish you an extra Merry Christmas! ?
i '
Medicare enrollees will be expanded .i.:,;: (
." says Martha Epos. Assistant "" '' .'; \" ,''I ..'
Director of Nursing at Bradford W'1"' : ; j Worth S3.00
Hospital. Some changes will be effective :;; .,. THE ,,,; :.'i,. ;,I''f1.L ; ,:,: any Hallmark
as early as January 1989, O : l """"J"'''_ purchase of
Epps notes, while others will not be OFFICE $1900 or more
:' i- n II :
effective until 1991. }, 1 SHOF'w, ', ':;; : Dew through
Effective in January,there will be Dec. 24. 1988.
'unlimited hospital coverage after a I 1.,!' j 110 .Ca11 tat. '
single.deductible Is paid and com- ; 1 slarte ,,
pensation for nursing home care will 964-5764 Er THREE DOLLARS '
be increased to 150 days. o $3 $3
The public is Invited and

the reserved seminar Is by free.Med-Line Seats should be at .;; a Open Friday & Saturday for Sidewalk Sale


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November 14,1988 TELEGRAPH P.ge3A

Next Election Maylte., Best Time To Correct Hampton Problems .

,,. ,. by' Buster Rahn ,.'1 cannot'give? you legal'' advice! ,"". She said 'We need your support, similar probTems, since, me city1'' marshal's,office A which Padgett lost those meetings. Although.'.no date''

BCT" Staff Writer i Clark said, 'I am not a lawyer." not just for tonight, but all the time ,limits are questionable, However by only two votes. was set, another meeting is,to be
'If I were I'd address the With that admonition, Clark said the We need to clear our town's ,Clark *
you, name
continued, Pat Welch, a long, Clark said a recall is a very complicated held "soon," and an attorney retained -
l issue at the next election," Wiley State Attorney will enforce laws, including making It a better place to live." time surveyor in Bradford County, process, and the petitioners if needed.
Clark told an assembly of 40-45 city ordinances, that are Clark was introduced, and entered stated the corporate line is 3Qp; feet should retain an attorney The Shepphard said the budget includes -
Hampton residents Thursday night legally recorded in Into a discussion"of. cleaning,up"Ted's east of the intersection where Curtis original recall was"stated, wrong,"' $34,000 per year for street
Nov. Tallahassee '
17, meeting in City Hall. Junk Yard. is located, putting the Curtis proper flawed from the beginning and paving, but only one street has been
Clark,an Investigator for the "I've known him (Ted CurtIs' for' "
State ) inside
ty, city limits. 'doomed to failure, paved the past 17
Attorney's office in Bradford Coun- Opening Statement... years," Clark said. "I was going to "Get the city to pass an ordinance, IOU I were you, I'd address the "A person can no years.longer sell property
,ty. was invited to adress the group MThS meeting got' under way with have it cleaned"up, but I would have ''or get another councilthe, speaker issue at the next election,"Clark ad- in Hampton, the town has such.a
on or three questions concerning Shepphard coming to the become liable. Clark went on to explain said. "If you cannot get an or. vised. bad name Shepphard said.
J its perceived council.problems in Hampton and front and stating that she would act the town does not have an ordinance dinance passed to clean up the place, "Isn't is against the law to an Shepphard recounted a 1985 jam-
as spokesman for the evening prohibiting the situation then you have a political problem, ordinance and not record it pass. boree that made some lBoo-$2,000,
created by Curtis' operation. "If an not a legal problem." speaker expressed a fear the council 'which' time Elwood Padgett was
ordinance is passed the State

will enforce it," Clark told Questions. may prosecute someone under an or- .. mayor. There waft some dispute bet-
,. ween and after
dinance passed, but not recorded. Padgett Shepphard,
Lightweight Price the group. Curtis was not at the Clark was asked if all city ,ordinances Clark calmed fears by' saying the which Shepphard received a letter
meeting. are recorded "in council cannot prosecute anyone,on- from Lola Williamson currently
Clark reiterated the risk if "
liability Tallahassee. Clark responded, say ly the State Attorney can do so. Hampton) in which
(he were to undertake "pushing" the ing. "If ordinance is valid, it is However, the S.A. will enforce laws Williamson wrote, "The city will
junk.that is, having the lot cleared recorded in Tallahassee. An or legally passed. still be here after both are thrown
ClassMODEL with a bulldozer. dinance 'must be constitutionallysound When, asked about'dissolving' the out and we will still be' around topick
Heavyweight to be valid." charter, Clark said it can be done, up the pieces."<
Registered Voters.. When asked about attorney fees but an attorney will be required to Shepphard said she will never
for the mayor Clark said he could handle the paper work. Voters turn- again have anything to do with the
Clark addressed the issue of not give legal advice, but said the city ed down abolishing the town charterin jamboree.
Hampton voters not living in town, probably t should> pay the cost for a referendum "about J970-71."
saying his office has mailed 20-25let- the mayor >to consult with an attorney Afterwards...
ters to a people on the rolls who concerning what she can or In closing... Following the meeting, Clerk Gor-
possibly' live outside city limits, cannot do."Where, don Wadsworth told The Telegraph,
', Shepphard Clark for( attending
Some responded, admitting that is the recall?" The ques- the meeting and sharing information "I wish they would get their,facts
live outside town,and asked for '
tioner made reference a recall straight before( coming to' 'the
with the "There'sa
their names to be removed from the group. '
petition initiated in an attempt to. meeting. Wadsworth said the city
lot in the city that isn't right, she
list of registered voters. "The State
oust Elwood Padgett from his com said.Shepphard. r has nothing even approaching
Attorney will investigate," Clark 'mission seat. Padgett was appointedby told the group that $34,000( ) for street paving in its
$23999 promised.Clark the council to the vacant seat, residents should attend city council budget, and jamborees traditionally
said 'other places have following an unsuccessful run for the meetings; to see what is going;\ on in: wake about$200-300 each.

S25 Save $30 Rodney Hall Honored For 24 Years On School Board I

Weighs less than '11! Ibs. .'14" or sprocket-nose Control Tlp. guide
bar 2.3, cu. in. engine Quick-start Ignition Chrome cylinder: bore Departing ears on the "My' watch Is over:"' said Hall,
Bradford:: school boar;, Rodney: P. thanking all the school officials for
Hall was honored for'' his service their cooperation: over" the past 24 :
Poulcin1x1 Monday night, Nov, 21, at the final' years; "I m thankful for the friend- i-i--i
meeting for the veteran member. ships developed within, the school,
. Hall was presented with a plaque system. IS 'has been a rich and
" I.'" by Supt. Jim Duncan, School Board rewarding experience," Hall said.

,"" ." Chairman Len Schlofman presented Hall'swife, Janice Dansby Hall,
Hall with a more informal plaque was present for the presentation.'Hall's .
i, ,' The professional best for serious woodcutters. r 2A
., from school employees. That plaquewas 24 years of service on the
-' >, NOW AT THESE DEALERS engraved with a poem about school board matches the tenure of
,,,", 'STARES Hall's service former school board member H.A. .
KETSTONE Both Supt. Duncan and ChairmanHall Lawson. r
Florida Peat Control Starke Power Equip., Bob'. Lawnmower ft said they enjoyed serving with + v t
539 East Call 1>t. ,,438& Walnut St. Ch ln..w Repair Hall because they knew his? decisionswere FTE Shortage..., a
964-5745 964-8568 Hwy. 21 North made In the best interest of the Supt. Jim Duncan said a recent fLg
473-1233r 'children of Bradford County. count shows the school system has''
". though we disagreed at 4t
N ..... .... ...... ...... )o.even some 30 fewer: students than
.isNY. ,. Ri r nl ofce'. rail (9U) \IIl.} .. Thlwen, :times, I knew your votes came from predicted.:' the'' beginning of the
DMrlhwnn .. .,
ol BWt. Tutu CA .1l7yl., We iinnnm qu. Musk '
r al ., \ 'your heart said Chairman Scniof-- school In '
kenned ptrYr ,. year, some of them high
RodneyHall Bows Out..'
man. cost '
special programs, such as ex-

- - - ...... ....... ....... 'ceptional education and the secondary Veteran School Board Member Kodnrv I*, Hull left bows out after 21 t I
', level: years of service Supt. Jim Duncan right, prt'M'nllIl..11 with a plaque.
A changeover school .Board Chairman Len S ;hlof man also 1 preiiiletl, Hall a plaque. from school
, psychologist'personnel has employees., ','' "
hampered staffing students into the,
special programs, said Supt Dun' ''about hiring 'outside professional! Supt. Duncan, which said meansnot
s. can. There''are currently two help aide the staffing problem. hiring any"" new personnel not
fulltime school psychologists and Supt. Duncan pointed out that at already, in the budget; It .doesn't
S Oreetings one 3-days-per-week psychologist on $2,500 per lulltime student- the 30. mean not replacing a teacher should
ms ..'# staff said Denise Adams, director of student shortage could cost the one resign, said Duncan, answeringa
exceptional education. Supt. Duncan school system $75,000 or more. question by Chairman Schlofman.
said the administration is "We have to tighten our belts in Certainly I could feel better
Prices Begin Thur thinking "
general, watch out spending, said 'about our budget, but. I'm not
,Nov., 24th. Thru panicky. We just need to' be
Wed. Nov. 30th., i "uZlnICSG, 7InG, : careful,." said Supt. Duncan.
< CAFE GOURMET: The reserve fund was trimmed to
WINE SPECTACULAR the bone, some $250,000. after
employee raises were given this.
Across from the High School Starke
GIFT SETS year.: .
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Twentyfive Years Ago ""I ,\'.' ',:: ,''I ..: I I

.52l. yFfame i Went Out: ,:'; }:,;;, ; November 22: Remembering JFK 1,

November 22nd marked the 21st
"" anniversary of the death of one of,
I t 1r our most remarkable, presidents .
John F. Kennedy.Among those who !
,have felt his loss most keenly overthe ,
years is a, group of our most:
,dedicated workers public

President Kennedy did what'too .' I iv
few Presidents had done before him \
and too few have done since, they

1. : lI feel: he honored public employees.In .
IIJ his first State of the Union message .

he said, "Let the public service
be a proud and lively career. And

,let every man and woman who
work in any area of our'national' career government service is one of I
government, in any branch at any the foundations of democracy. It
level, be able to say with pride and must be,strong, it must have prestige .
honor in future years: served the ,' there must be sufficient re- I
United States Government in that, numeration to make it Worthwhile
hour of our nation's need',** ." In the problems he faced ,
The young President often stressed from racial unrest 'to the Cuban ;
that the quality of government Missile Crisis, Kennedy looked not I
Js directlytied to the capabilities only to policy choices for solutions,
''and dedication of those who serve but to the people entrusted with I
our ,nation: He believed that '*a, carrying, out the nation' will

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I The Kennedys in ,car just before shots were fired. Young Senator Kennedy was avid newspaper reader., ,

That week the Telegraph/ was dated l, ,"
21. 1963, but as usual, the paper ',I I.
had been printed one day earlier for the ,
ebiTORiALS i Thanksgiving holiday. t
: There was nothing especially startling in
c:' .' the news: '

-CL. '.J 1'\" r" ,' .The' Federal Home Loan Board" in
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; Washington had just approved an application
: : for Starke's first Savings, & Loan

"i'he GAO Is Talking Turkey Association.The Bradford County Fair Associatiunhad ,

just been granted a two-year
moratorium on the $5,000 loan from the.
On 'Thanksgiving: Bradford County Development Authorityfor
additional facilities.

,At first glance'it might seem that the magic potions, not with smoke and mirrors ,Hooks Headlines Starke to announced Entire USA, Direct, Dialing W!

1988 federal deficit is a strange subject' not with the traditional.techniquesof .Robert Scott, 49 yea old black, had just
'. for a Thanksgiving Day editorial.,. but increment, budgeting, 'announced his candidacy to fill a vacancyon
on second thought- why not? the Lawtey City Council, tne first of his''
Using its "smoke and mirrors"routine race to make such a bid.
At least there is reason to be thankful to put a good face on'a bad problem Life was pretty much the normal,''and in
that there is one governmental agency- ,. the administration has con their wildest dreams no one would have
the General: Accounting Office-* that',is sistently reported the 1988 deficit to be suspected that on the 22ndthe day after

willing to tell the American people the $155 billion (bad enough), although, as, Thanksgiving, the nation would be plungedinto
truth about the budget rather than issu- mourning for what is now called the-
the federal
the GAO concluded government
greatest tragedy U.S. history since
ing PR releases about President-elect' borrowed $252 billion more than it ,assassination'' of President Lincoln. But LL.4i
George Bush's daydreams' balancingthe took into its general revenue fund. The perhaps the death of Kennedy was even!
budget and reducing the national, Administration's spin artists arrived at more traumatic because of his!: youth and .- -- ,.;..
debt something called a "flexi the great unfulfilled expectations of an administration -
through I '
the lower through a complicated
figure the .
that held such promise for ..
ble freeze' whatever that is and by ad- ..
accounting process that in effect sub- American people. j. '
infinitum growth of the economy, as if billion in taxes flowing into ': "" .
.Jime-nonored law of boombustkycles tracts the $97 .... ..'j\ "..'s, t TOi-Tnu" i, :-it .. ,,/i '''i'-''nii "i
had suddenly been repealed. Social $ectlrity PAl governmentretirement Jack and Jackietset1 sail,trito.their nevrnre' ;., :!i.
funds. I >tlt nr >rr"It
I Ten days-after the-'election when -. .-- .. ,'. -. .

voters fell for Mr. Bush's constant The GAO and, the Federal Reserve should remind us that hole, be it At a memorial service in a church in
"Read My LipsNo New Taxes ,agree that the best way for the U.S. to from the right or'from the left can help Maryland on November 24, the speaker
routine, the GAO announced that a tax stabilize the dollar is to cut the deficit'' poison the minds of fanatic, .and encourage said: "President Kennedy took his standon '
increase is "probably unavoidable" and them not only to destroy a President civil rights at the price of calumny
and eliminate the need for but the very essence of democracy villification, and even the risk of political'defeat
slashes in Social ( high priority -
Security a borrowing. To make matters oblivion.The ,
foreign Its"lOut of this tragedy may there comea and important point
No-No) and military spending (Presi- worse, GAO officials say there will be rebirth of tolerance and renewed dedication and the one by which history will measure
dent Reagan's favorite No-No) shouldbe an "explosion of unfunded costs waiting to democracy! truth." him is that he took a stand. He did not
considered in slashing a federal .. waver did not vacillate, he stood firm.
to greet the new Administration. the world needs men who
How greatly
budget deficit that is already $97
These include the worsening deficit in ., The famous American poet, Carl Sand stand for something. Only the future can
worse than the voters were led to the Federal Savings & Loan Insurance burg, describing in "The War Years" tell what will be the final outcome of his
believe in 'previous Administration Corporation; a Department of Energy events that followed Abraham Lincoln's stand, but how satisfying that history can
reports: modernization of assassination on April 14, 1865 wrote: record that in an hour of immense emotions
and the ag- dated
clean-up In lu'nexl Issue, The Telegraph "Thousands on thousands would the chief executive of the state did
The 'reason 'given for the gross ing and hazardous nuclear' weapons production ,November 28. carried a few of the many remember as long as they lived the exact take a clear and explicit sta.nd.
understatement of the deficit is that the plants tributes paid to President Kennedy from place they had been standing or seated
U.S.Treasury covers up some of the ace alt over the civilized world,: when the news came to them, recalling "I venture the forecast that his name
tual ,deficit by ""borrowing" from a President Reagan and his White Prefacing/ the editorial was a message' precisely in detail where they were and will rank high in that long list of men who,
rapidly growing surplus in Social House cohorts'' have dismissed the im- from Willy Brandt., Lord Mayoral. West what they were doing when the dread news' since Washington have held the weightyand
Security and other' trust funds.' Some' portance of the deficit with a shrug anda Berlin arrived. difficult office of ,President of the
for borrowing from wave of the hand. Vice President Bush '"A flame has gone out broil men who ',"So was it when the grieving millions of United States. Men who courageouslystand
lawyers;go'to jail the throughout his cam hoped for a Just peace and a better world. the world on November 22, 1963 when John for something, who stand for those
avoided topic
trust funds. much today'VFORESTRY Kennedy, 35th President of the United things that have made this country truly:
,The hard-hitting GAO report flatly, paign. It would be cause for thanks this The, world poorer States, died of the assassin's bullet in the great, ultimately stand high in the annalsof
if the brass-knucks GAO "
to'solve Thanksgiving streets'' of Houston. Texas, robbing our land.
repudiated Bush's unreal plan report finally gets his attention .. ,America of a man who was wise for his''
,the deficit problem with a "flexible age..,wise in the way of government.,.anda As 'the Associated Press reported:
'freeze" on spending for the next several rare combination ,of,youth wisdom "Across the country, shoppers began
years. But GAO officials say,,"We cannot Police, SalariesNot devotion,gaiety,and compassion" He hada together in the aislesof
'freeze out of the II IN BRADFORD COUNTY great hope for the peace of the world and, department stores. Traffic came to a
our way "flexible Competitive. || By David W. Norton'County had he lived, it is possible that the tragedyof halt. Courts adjourned in the middle of
problem Apparently, a' Forester Viet Nam might never have been. Ac- hearings.Racetracks shut down, bewildering
freeze" is somewhat:like an ice skater' (With Prison Scale' 'cording to reports of some associates closeto bettors. The telephone system blackedout
risking his life ,by skating over 'a Cost Share ProgramIs his administration, Kennedy was in Washington, D.C. under an avalan-
: to start efforts toward che of calls that swamped the entire area
flexible-frozen pond. He might ,fall major'correctional institutions -' already planning
,With five "
Now AvailableThe having American military advisers code.
through. within 18 miles of Starke, fierce withdrawn from Viet Nam, which might John F. was dead, and'the..
Kennedy ,
And, the GAO added, the country cannot competition for+ employees in starting federal government gives landowners : possibly have.been a factor in preventing world would never be the same. '
""grow" out of the deficit problem, level positions affect, other area money for planting trees by providing the war. -

as most of the nation's top economists'' employers, including. the Starke' Police a cost-snare assistance program to

agree. ,Indeed, many are predicting a Department. help reduce costs of tree planting. =

recession next year 'when growth .is' Not only does the correctional system The cost-share program was establishedto
likely to be slowed, or halted., offer better starting' salaries, for, the encourage private landowners to plant,: lli Th.
Correctional Officer I'(CO-I) position idle or cut-over timber areas. This times pro .

The Congressional auditing :agency' than the city pays beginning police officers since gram the has Soil changed Conservation names Service many beganits

reported that the federal government the state provides 420 hours of "soil bank" plantings in 1958. Millionsof
actually spent $252 billion more than .basic training at full pay to enable the acres have been reforested because

was received by its general fund duringthe officer to perform his duties and meet.. ,these funds are available. traditional
the cerf'monfaob.ervance of thanks
Although -giving was
used cost-share now called the ,
But the Administration a The program
minimum qualifications.
year. Incentives Program" Is as far bach Of the Spanish and French expeditions into Florida In the
$97 billion surplus in the (untouchable) Starke' not .,only pays, less beginning available"Forestry to landowners each year at this litOs. Thanksgiving' Day,-as we know it now began with. the Plymouth'' ..''
Social Security trust accounts to help 'wages, it:requires the new officer to get time. This program can return to landowners -' Colony in J{20.

fund the eneral treasury. Even' ,police training at his own expense;prior up to 65%of the money they spendon The Pilgrims arrived at Plymouth Koch on December 21. 620. During
lawyers cant get away with that type of to going on the payroll. Little wonder'the planting trees. This Includes all costs the harsh winter month that followed they continued to live aboard the "
.necessary for clearing or preparation of the that them to this in their search for
misuse of funds. "-j? experiencing difficulties in attracting ,Mayflower ship brought country
city is .the area and the costs of tree planting. r.UloUl/reedom.During that first winter, 47 of their number died as vie-'
The auditors 'painted the budgetary I ,bonafide qualified applicants Warren Carver, ASCS Director, advises ,tams of an epidemic of dl.eallthat had already hilled 95,000IndIans along
situation facing the nation as a financial ''for police jobs.. that the sign-up period for this program the coast between 1615 and 1S11.

crisis that threatens the newly elected Starke has two vacancies at the entry'' lasts until mid-December, The money request for ,After the Mayflower returned to England the following spring/ the colonists
Is on a
Bush administrationwhether he 'level, for which it Is offering a starting this program allocation is ONLY available / began a permanent settlement, building their homes of rough hewn
basis. or not. salary of $13,560 per year while a CO-I ONCE A YEAR.Therefore, If you plan to,, lumber and cultivating the fields laboriously/ / cleared from the forests.
When the first crops were harvested the following autumn; Gov. William
If of
the winter
without trees during
The scathing report cane after a can begin at $14,243 plant pine
Issued Thanksgiving.
to needto Bradford a proclamation calling for a feast of
through the 1989-90 and have 20 acres plant you
has '
week in which Federal Reserve Board a CO-I applicant gone at put your request in at this time. Corn: pumpkins, and other products of the fields were harvested and -
Chairman Alan Greenspan ,said, the academy at Raiford, he can begin have 'a few Idler acres that you hunter went into the forests and returned with wild turkey deer and
Bush plan to cut the' deficit without in- $15,825 per'year.In would If you like to place in pine production,stop other game for the feast '

creasing taxes would not work (period), a meeting with area ministers last, by and sign-up at the ASCS office, soon. If. A f Hi'two more year 0/success fn coping with the hardships of frontier
and currency traders reached the same week, Chief of Police Bill Reno admit you have further questions about this.program fife Governor Bradford called for a three-day Thanhs giving festival that
conclusion on international financial ted he would like to have two black officers contact my office at 96US280 ext. began on July 30, 1623a time for feasting, playing games, praying, and
markets. They drove down the value of but he has been unable to get any 219. or the ASCS at 964548. singing./
,If aren't interested ,in timber production rendering/ thanks / bestowed is well foundedIn
the dollar, sending jitters and losses black applicants, you The custom of for blessings .
the stock market.In ask but would like a few trees to plant centuries of tradition. Since the Middle Ages It had been practice of ;
'through City commissioners 'might around your home the Starke Woman'sClub 'many Christians ,I..' European churches to praise God for a bountiful
plain,. unvarnished 'language ,themselves: Why should anyone, blackor ,will sponsor a seedling ,sale will on be :harvest and deliverance from evil forces In times of danger. '
December 9. Dogwood '
when can
(something new for ,this Administration white, work for the city, available for sale. Stay tuned for further,
), the GAO report said the budget get a job with corrections at a higher details as they develop.
deficit can be solved, "but1 not with salary, with or without credentials

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Engagements... 1 Sandra Crissman Doug Barrick

I .,...,. 'r.. f'' Engaged to Marry i Wed at Sampson I City ChurchSandra

ti Mr. and Mrs. William Kerstetter
of Little Rock'' Ark.* announce! the K. Crissman; daughter of roses with blue and silver'' ",
engagement of their daughter Jan John E. and B. Crissman of streamers I,
; Kerstetter to James Crlbbs, son of Starke, and Doug Barrick son of flower girl was Shannon Guyer of,
Ed and Carolyn Conklin of Starke. M Jr Glenn E. and Ruth A. Barrick of ,SUrke; ring bearer was ,Jimmy
,and Charles Cribbs of Gainesville. Lake Butler, were married Aug. 31 Silcox of SUrke
Jan is a sophomore in Business at ,in Sampson City Church of God.
,, Santa Fe Community College in 'Ji'It'/'.. Rev. Gene Bass performed the
Gainesville and is employed by the r ceremony in front of a golden archway ''StarkeElem.
; 'Educational Credit Union. Her accented with greenery, Bar-
fiancee, James Crlbbs Is grandsonof t bara Smith provided nuptial music.
'>I- Family were accented with News,
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones of .r pews
Starke and he is employed by Jiffy .. royal blue bow with white roses.
Lube. ,It'm Best man was Phillip Brooks,with the basketball extramurals for
Their 'wedding will be December17th Ivey Blanton and Carl Olin both of the fifth graders will be held
at the take: Butler serving as ushers. Wednesday, December 7th. Parent
Bayless Highway Baptist
Tracy Padgett Lisa Nettles of Starke
I as :volunteers needed to
Church of Starke. The wedding will are help run
'and Kevin Linzy maid of
honor wearing blue
a royal the concessions. We will be
be followed by a honeymoon in the selling
tea length gown with royal blue and I
drink for
Bahamas. orange $25 and snacks for
Padgett-Linzy silver roses in her hair.Bridal atten-
I.40. If
you can help us out please
Engagement Told dants Stephanie Lonsdale of Georgiaand contact Coach Prevatt or Coach
Mr &: Mrs. Kenneth C.Padgett of Dana Adkins of Starke wore Berry, '
New Starke announce the engagementand \ dant'sThey gowns identical, to ,the honor atten- Report cards went home Tuesday,
approaching marriage of their ,. 'f } November 22, We wish you and your
ArrivalsHeather daughter, Tracy to Thomas Kevin / "" ," .,.. '. carried candle bowls accented family a safe and happy Thanksgiv
Linzy,son of Mr&Mrs.Tommy K. I ', ,,. with royal blue and silv.r ingLacCy.
Linzy of Lawtey. ,. 'J "
Kyle Nazworth The wedding will be held Dec.; 10 at .. Mr. &Mrs.,Doug Barrick '
Bryan and Angie Nazworth of '7 Pine Level Baptist Church.
Brooker announce the birth Of a A reception will be held in the r = Bug florist
daughter,Heather Kyle! born on her fellowship hall immediately' follow .
brother Preston's birthday Nov. 11, ing the ceremony. ''',' r. 1005 South Water Street Starke
Heather was 20 1/4 inches"long, The b de is a 1987 BHS graduate .
weighing 6 lb. 3 oz. working lat Allstate Insurance Com- "
SSE Kindergarteners Wishes You Warm
Feast 'a '
Maternal grandparents are Sonny pany as fa secreta Prepare Seasons Greetings

and Linda Andrews of Brooker. The gr m-lect IS a 1987 graduate On Tuesday November 15th, Paper products; donated by Donald .
Great-grandmothers are Winnie Andrews of BHS And works at ,Griffin In- Southside Elementary, Falcon of the.Western,Steer Steak Open House Sunday, Nov. 27
I of Brooker and .Freida Nor dustries.
Kindergarteners celebrated
House, 2:00 p.m. 4:00
man of Starke. Thanksgiving by preparing their' : p.m.
Paternal grandparents are Mr. & .
own "Thanksgiving Feast Themenu
Mrs.Great-grandmother Alton Nazworth is of Mattie Gainesville.Naz Young at Heart. included: turdey, dressing. The Sapps Celebrate 10% Discount on All Cash Sales I r .
beans furit salad,
worth of Gainesville. Meets Dec. 1 potatoes, cornbread muffins sweet, 40th AnniversaryMr. During Open House
homemade butter and apple cider & Mrs.James S.(J.S.& Wan- Refreshments Will Be Served '
t Holly Amanda The'Youngat Heart of the First The children enfoyed decorating In= da) Sapp of Lawtey will be''
Mr, &: Mrs. Marty Best of.Starke Baptist Church will have their dian vests, hat$. and necklaces that celebrating their fortieth wedding
announce the birth' of a daughter, regular monthly meeting Thursday., were worn at the feast. anniversary on Sunday Dec. 4 from *
Have Your Child's;
Holly Amanda, born Oct. 29 at Dec. 1 with a covered dish luncheonat The project was a success due to 3-$ p.m, atthe, Raiford Community' 7VC-" PictureTaken J L
in the hall
noon fellowship with
Gainesville. the many parent Volunteers, Thank Center Santa r
Maternal grandparents are Mr. & November 10 a trip to Cross Creek you for caring for our students All friends and relatives are in*
Mrs. Hollis Nowlin,of Panama City; and Gainesville was enjoyed by all. enough to hive of your time Special vited. No gifts, please.
Fl.Great-grandmother is Mrs. Tom- Come join us! thanks to our honored guests: Mr.
mie Nowlin also of Panama City. 'P.S.: Santa just might pay us a Jim Duncan, Mr Johnny Hobbs, tJlhfl1llj ...... ma: f4I".",. ...... 1:73.0-:0--: A V W tStlUKr1
Paternal grandparents are Mr: & surprise visit ,at. our December Mrs. Evelyn Chastain, and Dr..Len Jf"111'ltjfc' mi r-i'l' 111 iWjf; JIUJT
Mrs. Verl Best of Starke Great- meeting I, Schloffman., We appreciate the
grandmother is.Mrs, Sankey Miller
.of Starke. Turkology

Brian Douglas Holmes What's Going to Happen Next??'

Mr. & Mrs. Eric Holmes of Starke AreWe In days?
Those Last
announce the birth of a son, Brian Living "
Douglas, born Nov. 20 at Alachua "Prophecy Message" by Rev. D.M. Weston Pastor, ContestWin

General Hospital. He joins .two. God's Calendar of Last Day Events ,
brothers, Chris and Tony 7:00: ,Each Sunday Night ': '
'Maternal grandparents are p.m. a Turkey for Thanksgiving'
I Charles Horton of Greensboro,N.C. ,
and the late Sherdina O'Brien of! CommunityBible Church : Rules Each space below represents some business firm'of
Kimberly, ,W.Va. Great-t! Bradford County. Use the scrambled letters and arrange '
grandparents are Thomas and Ethel' Pratt & Christian Streets ((2 Blks from Hwy 301). ) them to spell the firms name'EXACTLY using all the L, f ? ;
Butcher of Powellton, W, Va. 32091'
Starke, Florida .
letters and punctuation marks to enter this contest.The,
Paternal Helen
grandparents are
I Holmes of Gainesville and Elwood Phone 964-5522 ocrn/ir III29G first three persons submitting the correct or nearest /1
Holmes of S. Charleston W.Va. correct answer before;' 12 noon on Monday, November 21,
Great-grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. will be awarded a turkey for Thanksgiving..
HJarold Taylor of S.,Charleston W.r .

Brittany Rachelle Johnson PUBLIC HEARING 1988 Tuikology Contest Winners [1
! ,. \ Mr. &,Mrs/,.1. Dawd a<*lwsfwfj a'" .14' l.uu "....... Carol Solze Mary'Ann Rhoden s Linda Gatlin ,
;' "Toccoa Falls,, Ga., announce the t ''\\Ii" ,\\IC,., I '
birth of a daughter Brittany Boardof '
Rachelle, born Nov. 7. She joins You are hereby notified that the DURRANCE PUMP AND CHASTAOTS JEWELRY ft COMMUNITY BANK OF'
5-year-old brother, Jonathan David. Commissioners of Bradford County will WELL DRILLING GIFT GALLEY INC. STARKE '
Maternal grandparents are Mr. &
Mrs. Ben Hightower. Great- conduct a Public Hearing on the r r

Hines grandparents, all of Starke.are Faye and Henry- application of SUN STATE CABLE INC.;

Paternal grandparents'are Mr. & for a non-exclusive Cable TV Franchise on
Mrs. Frank S. Johnson and great-
grandmother is Mrs Ruth Johnson, Dec. .5, 1988 9:3O a.m. at Bradford County KAR-PARTS. THOMAS AUTO FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK OUTLAW REALTY''
all of Keystone. Great-grandparents' Courthouse Commissioner's PARTS OF STARKE
are Mr. & Mrs. E.M. Norton, Sr of County
'Kingsley Lake. Grea t-great. Meeting Room. I
grandmother is Mrs. Jerusha
Johnson of Perry. who expired the
day,after Brittany was born. ?eu/rw


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Closing CharterThe t' '..

Bradford County MemorialVFW Looking for MenWomen

to gospel
::, charter on Dec. 15. This will be the Helping spread INSURANCE AND REAL '
last meeting of this year.If you wishto I': Who make handmade'Items ESTATE

be a charter member,come to this ,... Who are,interested In craft,
meeting at In the Civil
d' '. Defense Building at the consignment
" Fairgrounds.
'((1,," If you cannot make this meeting

,,"( 'contact David Barber, 964-5705 .or Open House Tues., Nov.: ; 29, THE BEAUTIQUE BEAUTY WILLIAMS JEWELRY ERA FAULKNER REALTY
''Joseph Daniels, 964-8501. .
I, Support your veterans*,come'join 10 am 5:30 pm SUPPLY, .
. the VFW needs .
, us, you. I I
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Huge 6 A TELEOHAPH "vl'lIIlwr" ;!,I.IIIIIH By Rev Ed Kirkland !\M.DW.. pastor of the' Kingitlry Lake' Baptist
School Menus Hilites St. Marks EpiscopalTo ('hureh.I located 10 minute east of Starke on llwy.. 16 at kingnley Lake.
Hampton? -. Have 'Yard Sale, Rev. Kirkland answers questions on the family in this column from a
Nov. 28-Dec. 2 Christian perspective. Send your question or,comment lot How's The '. ,
Bradford Elem. &Middle School By Dolor Meng In appropriate attire, acted as Mr, St. Mark's Episcopal Church will Family, "U7:\ Vi-mln.ili, l, v 't"I'; t'1. '\;gnnt.Thanksgiving '
: McGregor and Peter Rabbit. Fellow hold a yard sale on t the grounds with' .
Monday I Hamburger on bun, lettuce, tomato* .Phone 4M-lfS) sale In the Is More Than Turkey'
,buttered classmates portrayed a' variety of handcrafted wares for
pickles corn milk
peaches .
Tuesday I Chicken nuggeu, macaroni Ik. chcew, Bash... ,vegetables. Music Instructor Carole Parish House on Saturday' Dec 3 Well, it's the turkey season again and even though it seems impossible,
green beans' fruit, biscuits' honey, milk I Birthday Stevenson directed the program of from 8 a.m. to S p,m. we only have about a month before Christmas. Just think it's only a mat
Wednesday! Whiter on bun, cabbage slaw:applesauce James Mitzel turned 25 Nov 9 and singing and acting.PreThanksgiving. This sale Is to help pay hospital ex* ter of hours before you get caught in the mall with that sick feeling in the
ThurMUyi,chocolate SalUbury cake steak, milk mafthed potatoes A. celebrated by hosting his own small penses for Andy Roach, cancer pa!- pit of your .tomach. The one you get when tr<>uv' *A sure you'll never get out ,
gravy mustard green, strawberry shortcake party at his ,Grandma's home in Dinner.., tient. Andy is I Bradford High ''alive. Now even Thanksgiving Day Is becoming more commercialized If
: i hotroila, milk Hampton VillaFriends School graduate;, Hallmark has it's way, "send the very best" to everyone in the
,baked salad. ., Alice Faye Waters led her class of served for You-II "
Friday: Comdog bean garden and family memberscame A soup lunch will be United States this month)
fruit cup cinnamon roll milk from Alachua, Gainesville, 19 students to the Hampton Christian ,$1,50, with desserts and home-baked But the truth Is, an attitude of gratitude Is not a popular theme. I think
Bradford High School hot Church where they enjoyed a real sale. The Women of St. 'it's because tend of
'Waldo and Hampton to enjoy goods for we to view it as a sign weakness. Stopping to express
green Mondiy lima Hamburger beans, chocolate gravy,cake mashed, biscuit potatoes, milk., dogs, birthday cake and beverages. Thanksgiving 18. The children dinner Friday the Nov Mark's are spearheading this thanks to someone else U to admit: you were given something by that per
Tuesday, Sausage,rice fc tomato gravy, turnip Everyone enjoyed the music and hot enjoyed turkey, benefit and Invite the public to come son. Sometimes it's deserved, sometimes not. Real Thanksgiving is when
ham salads
of ,
greens pineapple topped cake.cornbread, mIlk. dogs cooked Dy James himself dressing, and variety and support them In this endeavor. I realize we've gift we didn't deserve. In a society
Wednesday. ChIli,cracker garden salad. ,fruit, vegetables desserts served by which worships the idea youeshouid be a "self-made" ,
'' man or woman, to
cinnamon roll milk members of church. .
", Condolence. the 99th Birthday suggest you can't make it alone Is heresy.What's .
Thursday, Whaler; on a bun, trench fries, eat- The students had made turkey ,
bags slaw,key lime'pie, milk.Friday Sympathy is extended to familyand decorations and mats used at Observed by happening in your family? Is your entire annual teaching on be
Spaghetti w/meat sauce, cheese .Ux place ing thankful summed
friends of Rev John Wagner up in one quick; stumble-through while the
bean, mil hot milk, the dinner.'They wore Pilgrim head, prayer
rolls WilsonMrs.
green crisp ,who died Nov 17 in Gainesville. dresses and Indian costumes Ac Mrs.Dea kids are holding a turkey leg in one hand and fork In the other?'Is this how''
Some 20 members of the First Chris- company'' the class was Principal Jos. E;' (Dea Weeks) Wilson, we approach "Thanksgiving"? More often than not, it is.
milkshakes: Pizza OJ hamburgers french fries tian Church in Gainesville Rev Mary / .in Kyle, SallyeScoggins and a lifelong resident of Starke. observed 'This Thanksgiving season is a great time to change all that. To do It, you
Tuesday: 'Pizza. cheeseburgers, corndogl. Norman Suisse,. pastor assisted Dianj; Brown who wore long black her, 99th birthday anniversary have to begin by thinking over what you should be thankful for. How about
french fries, milkshakes, .OJWtdnrtdayi with funeral rites. Rev. Wagner had dresses with white aprons for the with a, family gathering Saturday your family? Its a blessing to have a husband or wife and children. That'sright
french fries,o.J.Hamburgers. milkshakes, corndogsi pizza, conducted services in Hampton during : walk to the dinner. afternoon at the home of Mr.:&: Mrs. even the "rug-rats' you threatened to ball-and-cham: last night.
Thursday i Cheeseburgers, plus, trench" fries, absence of the pastor. Assisting in cooking Howe Moredock on North Church St. Then there's your friends. They know you and still like you anyway.
mllkahakOlO.J. the meal were Margaret Crawford A birthday cake, with 99 candles, Some other things include your home and money to buy the things you
Friday, .Hamburgers...OJ ,'corndogs. trench fries.Inllkah.k. Attend Convention.,. Evelyn Vaughn Daisy Fort Ruth and ice cream were served to a need. Okay, so you don't live In a palace, you still have something to be
.Each day Undents have a choice" eta hot lunch, The 35th annual convention of the Martin, Johnnie Hanson, and Sylvia number of relatives, including Mrs. 'thankful for.If you don't believe it, take a drive downtown and talk to those
.alad bar or alacarteIN Association of Florida Hospital Auxiliaries Hall. Olive Rider of Gainesville, and Mrs, who don't have anyplace to stay. Before you complain too much about your,
was held in The, Peabody Among special guests enjoying the Murla Bennett of Valrico. money remember there are others who count: you as far better off than
Orlando Hotel last week. Among the dinner were Lynn Hall Mrs. Donna, Mrs. Wilson was born in Starke on they am
THE": CIRCUIT, COURT FOR BRADFORD eight ladies representing the Brad- Waters and daughter, Ashley; Mrs. 'Nov. 20, 1889. She is the daughter of It's true, when you take time to look, blessings are all around. This year,
COUNTY' : PROBATE DIVISION ford Hosptial Auxiliary Doll Norman and daughter, :the )late Col. William T. Weeks who start using those two magic words, "Thank you" and watch them work a
File Number 88.95CPDivision ,Wed.-Friday, Nov 16-18, were Allynne; Bill Russell, Paul, Meng' was Clerk of the Court In Bradford, miracle... both in the lives of those you speak them to and in your own. i
j 1-3974 Wilmajean Terry, president-elect, 'and Fran Meng. County for 32 years. She was the Finally, the ultimate "heresy" to many people is to admit your blessings
'IN RE: ESTATE OF who, served as a delegate; Ruth youngest of five children, including came from a God who loves you. I can't answer for you, but I know I have (
WILBUR CARL CONE SR.ako Meng, chaplain, and Dolores Meng, 1st Baptist Of ,Mrs. W.L. (Murla) Wall, Mrs. Sam much to thank the Lord for That's a thought I want my children to grow to
WILBUR C. CONE recording secretary Dell (OLUe), Mrs J.M. (Maude)' understand and hold on to. I don't want them to grow up thinking the world
Docoased Raiford Revival Brownlee, and, ,Robert" A. (,Rob) owes them something, it doesn't. In fact., the world could care less if their ,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION HE News ; 'The First Baptist Church, Raiford Weeks. needs are met or not.
Th. administration of the estate 01Wilbur' Rabbit Show... will be holding a Revival beginning'' But I know someone who does care about me and my family.. He cares ,
Carl Con. Sr., a/k Wilbur C. Peter Sunday November 27 and continuing Did You Know... about you and yours too. That's the greatest blessing of allto know I can '
Cone Deceased File Number 88.95.CP, 'Students from kindergarten ,first through Thursday,December 1. Ser-: Mrs. John Griffin, Mrs. James Otto face the Holidays with peace in my heart about today and tomorrow.
I is pending 'In the Circuit Court for Bradford :and second grade classes entertained vices will begin nightly at 7 p.m.. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas attended This Thanksgiving before you slice the turkey (or ham if you prefer),
County, Florida Probate D'vlalan.the a packed house of parents and 'The evanagelist will be Rev. Jerry a FFWC District IV Workshop in why not begin a new attitude of gratitude around teh table? Then, begin to
Stark address, Florida of,., which is Drawer B., friends with their Peter Rabbit Moore from Panama City, Florida. : Green Cove Springs on Friday Nov, practice it until next Thanksgiving Day. You and your family will change
The names and addresses of the Presentation last Thursday. night, The public is invited to come and 18th The workshop was held at the' from inside out..That's a change most of our homes could use.
personal Nov 17. Woman's Club. Have a )
enjoy the services. Happy Thanksgiving
representative and the personalrepresentatives
Joshua Hodges and Joshua Meng,
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The South 922,4 feet of the SE 1/4 of and Florida:" doing business under the firm name of

I the SE //.. of Section 35 Township 7 ROSALEE BROCKINGTON HUNTER DATED November 14, 1988. 'Gilpin Brothers Drywall, 604 M.lton T.r.

South Range 22 East lying West of State Wife., Gilbert S. Brown race Starke, Fla 3:2091.: Intends to
Road 100 NOTICE OF'ACTION, ? under theWVMTuJh
Clerk. of Circuit Court register; said fictitious name
less and Except: all existing roads and CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE: '2tchg 11/17-24 .
rights of way. Said lands containing 25 NO PROPERTY \Control 0898, W of November,

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOR BRADFORD. Betty R. Myers acres, more or less, are located 'In Brad. to:: ftOSALEE BROCKINGTON HUNTER 1988 in Bradford County,
ford County, Florida. IN TMI CIRCUIT 4tpd 1117.128Control
COUNTY, FLORIDA Bruce B. MyersA Residence Unknown. COURT, EIGHTH
PROBATE DIVISIONFile Personal Representativesol has been filed against you and you are I YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD- 0899

Number B8-10O-CP .. the Estate of, required to serve a copy of your written dissolution of marrloae hm .Seen filed .fORD COUNTY FLORIDA,

Division 1.3979 SUSAN BECK MYERS Deceased defenses, If any, to "It on JOHN McE. against you, and you are required to' CASE NO. 88-389-CA,
SUSAN whose address I Is 334; East Duval St., to It F. Show Husbond'iollorn.y. ASSOCIATION OF JACKSONVILLE a corporation -
Deceased, Jacksonville, Fla. 32202 on or before whose address If NorthTemple organized and underthe'
925-E existing
William A. Hamilton, III FLORIDA
December 8 1988 and file the
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.J original law of the United
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Avenue Starke, Florida 32OT1 States ofAm.rlco 88-454-CA
3015 Hartley Rood Suite 9 CASE No,
with the Clerk of this Court: either beforeservice '
To oil persons having claims, or Jacksonville, Florida 32257 on or before December 12, 1988 and F. BROOKS HERMAN and '
demands against the above estofe and on Plaintiff :attorney or Im- iile (the original with the clerk of this Plaintiff
Telephone ((904)) 268.7155 .WADE BATY
otherwise, ,
mediately thereafter a
oil other Interested In the : court either I before service Husband's ,
persons i 1/17.2. vsMARY d/b/o McMEEKIN LAND DEVELOPERS;
2tchg Default will be entered against you for DIXON HENRY; o/k/o MARY .
estate attorney ,or Immediately thereafter;
Control 0897 the relief ,demanded: In the Complaint, of HENRY POOLE Plaintiffs,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the otherwise a ,default' will 'be entered Vs .
administration of Ih. stole ol SUSAN Petition. against you for the relief d.monded In PHILLIP R. DIXON CARLOS RODRIGUEZ and
DATED On November 7, 1988GILBERTS .
BECK MYERS deceased* File Number REQUEST FOR BIDS: BROWN'' the petition Defendants.NOTICE ELIZABETH A. RODRIGUEZ.
88.too.(:P, I.pending In the Circuit Court Competitive sealed. bids will, b. DATED on this 4th day of November, OF SALE 'GREAT WESTERN FINANCIAL SERVICES,
Clerk of the Court
1988. Notice I I. hereby given that; pursuantto
for Bradford County Florida, Probate received by the Deportment of Corrections Control 0895 INC.,
'Dlvl.lon. the address of which'Is Brad. Region II, Union Correctional Institution ) GILBERT S. BROWN 'a Summary Final' Judgment of ( Formerly Blazer Financial Services,
ford County Courthouse, P.O, Drawer B, P.O. Box 221, Ralford, Florida 4tchg1110121REGISTRATION. A*Clerk of Court Foreclosure entered herein, I will sell Inc.).
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-- the situated In Bradford County
Stark Florida 33091. 32083, until 1:15 p.m.. Tuesday, Control 0892 property ,
The co-personal representatives of November, 29, 1988 for the following 4tchg 11/10-12/T Florida described as: Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE
lot 9, Block 2, PINEHAVEN Plat '
the estate are BRUCE B. MYERS and BETTY Sale of"U..d"Ammunilion "" i-1' '"" i as per 1, Notice I Is given that pursuant to a
thereof recorded In Plot Book 2, Pog.65.of ,
R. MYERS, whose address Lead OF FICTITIOUS NAMES Final In Foreclosuredated
Is Route 4, Summary Judgment
the Public Record Oi Bradford County
Bid, No, UCI-14 88 JW duly' sworn ,
loll 513. Reidsvllle. North- Carolina 1 I. the undersigned being JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD ,November I", 1988 in Case
27320t The name and address of the personal Bid blanks, specifications and conditions do hereby declare under oath that the Number B8-4S4-CA of the Circuit Court of
representative set may be obtained from the putchasIng ,names of all persons Interested, 'in the FLORIDA public sale to the highest and best the Eighth Judicial Circuit. In and for
ark! CASE No. 88 454 CA bidder for cash, at the front door, Brad
forth /; agent by writing the above address business carried on under : ,
below or profession ,Bradford County: Florida, In which F.
All persons having claims or demandsagainst or calling ((904)) .431-1212 Ext 181. the name' of PHYSICAL THERAPY OF' HERMAN ford County Courthouse In Starke, BROOKS HERMAN and W. WADE BATY,
the estate are required WITHIN We reserve the;right to feect| any STARKE FITNESS CENTER, and the extent W.d/b/a WADE BATY, Florida at 11:00: a.m. on the 14th day of d/b/a McMEEKIN LAND DEVELOPERS
and/or all bids. of the Interest of each is as follows: McMEEKIN LAND DEVELOPERS, Dec.mber,1988.
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to JlmWatersonPurchasing NORTH FLORIDA THERAPY INC., a Plaintiffs, WITNESS my hand and official seal of RODRIGUEZ and ELIZABETH A.
file with the Agent III Florida Corporation, vs said Court this 14th day of November, GREAT
written statement of any claim or demand 2tchg 11/17-24 Extent of 'interest'100t.. ELIZABETH 1988. SERVICES. INC.. (Formerly Blazer
they may hove Each claim mutt Control 0896 NORTH FLORIDA THERAPY INC. Financial Services, Inc..) are the Defendants
be In writing and must Indicate the basis -- ', By Robert Jeremy Fisher Jr GREAT INC., WESTERN. FINANCIAL SERVICES, CLERK,CIRCUIT COURT I will sell to the highest and best

for the claim, the name and the address President4tchg Blazer Financial' Services 2tchg 11/17.24 bidder 'for cash In the lobby at the East
Formerly ,
of the creditor or his agent or attorney IN THE 'CiRCUIT COURT EIGHTH 1111:121'T Control 0904 front door ol; the Bradford County Courthouse
and the amount (claimed( II the claim I I. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD In Starke, Bradford County,
not yet due, the date when It will, COUNTY: FLORIDA NOTICE Ol! INTENTION Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE PUBLIC AUCTION/ Florida at 11:00: A.M, on December 15,

become due shall be stated. If the claimIs CASE NO 88465-A TO REGISTER t. Notice Is given that pursuant to a NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon 1988 the following described property
I contingent or unliquidated the nature THE FARM CREDIT BANK OF COLUMBIA FICTITIOUS NAME ''Summary Final Judgment In Foreclosure day November, 1988 at 10:00 o'clock, set forth In the order of final judgment
Plaintiff. Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida A.M., the November 14.
of the uncetainty shall be stated. If the, doted November 14. 1988 In Case undersigned Gator DATED 1988.
claim vs Statutes', notice is hereby given that the Frelghtways. Inc.. will sell Gilbert S. Brown
Is secured, the security shall be EDWARD j. WAGNER and' Number 88-454-CA of the Circuit Court of at public auction
MARY K. undersigned, Richard Frees 1002 ,W for cash Clerk of Circuit Court
described. The claimant shall deliver the Judicial Circuit, In and for at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jackson
WAGNER, his wile: CHARLES REDING Pratt St., Starke. Florida 32091 sole Eighth ville. Ft.. 1 l/17.24
sufficient copies of the claim to the clerkto 2tchg
Bradford Florida In which F,
PATSY R. his wife
REDING : owner, doing business under the firm ,sane lot of Control 0898
enable the clerk to moll one to motorcycle engines, consign .
name of Cafe Gourmet, 452 N. Temple ed to Dove
each personal Motorcyle stuff Apopka, .
( representative.All GOUDREALt his wile, LA. COE and Avenue, Storke, Fla.'32091 Intend toregister d/b/a McMEEKIN LAND DEVELOPERS, Fl. I Ir
persons Interested in the estate to'' ; .
THOMPSON P.A., GATOR POOR SUP are the Plaintiffs and CARLOS
said fictitious the
,whom a copy of this Notice of Administration name under to satisfy freight 'and storage charges; ,
aforesaid statute : ,
has been mailed are required ; under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of
Dated this 11th dayof November,
; Uniform Standard Bill of Lading.
CIAL SERVICES INC.. (Formerly Blazers
Defendants.NOTICE 1988, In County
,THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF OF ACTIONTO '4tpd 11/17-12/8! Financial Service*, Inc.,> are the Defendants. FrelghtwaysCarrier STARKE
THIS NOTICE, to file any objections : HERIBERT GOUDREAU ,and LOUISE Control 0900- 1 will sell to the highest and best 14. '
they may hove that challenge the validity GOUDREAU, Defendants and all parties bidder for cash In the lobby of the East CHURCH OF GOD.
of the decedent' will, the qualification 'claiming Interest by; through under or .. ,front door of the Bradford County Courthouse I'Controt0901 .
of the co-personal representatives against HERIBERT GOUDREAU and In Starke. Bradford County. 2tchg. 1117.24NOTICE : 432 N. !;T. CLAIR 964-5445

,or the venue or |urisdlction of the court. LOUISE GOUDREAU, 'and ,all parties ,'EIGHTH Florida at 11:00: A.M. on December 15. OF : .John; Spratlin PastorWe
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS. AND OBJEC, claiming to have any right, title or Interest IN THE CIRCUIT COURt BRAD, :/,1988. the following described property TO INTENTION Invite you to worship with us.,
property COUNTY FLORIDA forth In the order of final (judgment, FICTITIOUS NAME Attended Nursery
CASE NO 88.64I.CAIn I Pursuant to .Section 865.09. Florida' Sunday School reap loam
Date of'this first of this "
publication ,Lion to foreclose a Mortgage on the ,ESTATES according to plat thereof Statutes
Wor.hfp1',, lam
Re 'The of notice Is hereby given that the Morning w'l .
Notice of Administration' November 17., following property. In Bradford County, SAMUEL: HUNTER, :recorded in Plat Book 3, at Page 43 of, undersigned Lloyd Gllpin 604 Melton Evening Service <,......\ 6pmWrdnwda

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one of the best defensive battlesin Lewis was met at the five yard line right end. BHS blockers made Itpossible back as he tackled Pittman, and
years in area high school football by three Tornadoes who flewlhiggh \) for Pittman to run. a tight bounced football toward the BHS
competition Santa Fe took a 2-0 win bered him. The football in comer around right end and the little goal where BHS recovered it.
over Bradford High for the District3A the air and landed in the endzone BHS speedster peddled 43 yards ,Officials called Santa Fe for in-
championship last Friday night, where the BHS secondary fell ,on it, before being caught from behind by terference with a fair catch,penalized
Nov. 18.The ending the threat.Bradford's Raider linebacker Arthur'' Wright. Santa Fe 15 yards out to the BHS
winning points were a safety breaks came' early. The Pittman run, giving BHS a first 35.
? wwl when Tornado running back Clint Santa Fe High dominated the second down at the Santa Fe 22,was preced- On first down QB Sheffield hit TE
Reed was caught in his own endzone half with time consuming drives of ed by a 16 yard ,pass completion Douglas for a 40 yard pass down the
after Santa Fe downed a punt with 21,34, 81,and 52 yards.Perhaps Santa from QB Reggie Sheffield to tight Tornado sideline to the' Santa Fe 20.
the end of the football touching the Fe could have scored had the .end Ed Douglas.On Reed, was stopped for no gain, at
Bradford goal line.Reed went left on Raiders kept the football on the first down RB Clint Heed went right tackle, but then took a pitchout
a dive on first down but the BUS offense ground where it was consistently left, was hit at the line of scrimmage around right end for 12 yards to the
Could move the football only making progress especially in the by Santa Fe, and got two yards. On Santa Fe 14.
slightly. On second down,Reed wentto second half, but the Raiders went to second down from the 20, QB Shef- Then BHS tried a halfback pass,
his right on a more slow developing the air with only moderate success. field tried to lob a pass to a receiver but the left side of the Santa Fe
play and the left side of the tough BHS mostly tried to pass in the se- sandwiched between two Santa Fe defense got to Reed before he could
Raider defense ,was all over him, cond half, without much success. defenders and Raider Greg throw it, and tossed Reed for a 16
The safety came with 6:15: remain "We just didn't have enough offense Williams got under the pass as if he yard loss.
'.""," ing In the second quarter to do-what we needed to do," were the receiver and intercepted it. On third down QB Sheffield
.' ,J 'r After that it wasrscoreless defen Coach David Hurse told a fan who Santa Fe put its premier running pleted,an eight yard pass to corn
sive battle. greeted the veteran Tornado mentor back Orian Lumpkm to work right Jackson at wideout, getting BHS
Santa Fe moved the football more after the game, off, and on six carries Lumpkin ran back to the Santa Fe'22, On fourth,
,consistently offensively, but could Santa Fe bigger and stronger H4\ 13i6, and 10 yards, and with down, Allen Jenkins field goal from
not score and faster In the backfield two penalties{ for being offsides and the 29 was short and to the left,
Bradford had two scoring opportunities secondary, had those advantages.The clipping, Santa Fe punted 41 yards, -...
early, but could not BITS defense held Santa Fe from its 14 to the BHS 45. Raiders Try Hard...
capitalize. Raider Damon Wright intercepted speedster Orian Lumpkin to 128, On the second BHS possession, In the second half Santa Fe came
yards in 24 carries.. Lumpkin, who
a lobbed pass at the Santa Pittman was caught in the Tornado out determined to put the football In-
'I'< has and around
w ,. Fe eight yard line to end one threat.A running over backfield for no gain Reed got three to the endzone. ..
had Over five of 10
everybody, runs
4iir field goal from the Santa Fe 29 yards, and QB Sheffield two 'yards
yard line missed later in the first yards or more, ,13, 10, 15, 22. and 14 when he rolled out trying to pass. The Raiders ate up the clock with

naif Had BHS scored either time, it yards Santa Fe fullback Will, Allen Jenkins 'punted 29 yards and drives of 21, 34, 9, 81;and 52 yards.
could have been a win(if things Raider Freddie Solomon made a fair But the Raiders were plagued with
times for A
ran nine yards.
did. catch with Tornado Ed Douglas in offsldes
would have continued as they and penalties repeatedly being
43-yard Quarterman run
Bradford backs got loose several set Santa his face. and in motion, a face mask call, illegal -
Lumpkin run a
times in the first half but Santa Fe's Fe field goal atempt from up the 16 On the second Santa Fe possesSion use of hands, clipping.
Damon Wright was on them quickly BHS linebacker Bill Hamilton -.
yard line, but it missed. Srad/ord.High 'I .' I'; I "
Santa Fe made a determined effort stopped Lumpkin after one yard, FB
Clint Reed gained 28 net yards for Santa Pe HI.ft 0 1 'I'I'' -" 1
to score a touchdown in the se- Quarterman fought for four yards, --
Bradford on 12 carries, a 2.3 yard .
cond half, but could not The closest and QB Dale Scott was sacked for a assI'.I'
Santa Fe got was about the BHS five average Greg Pittman gained 45 10 yard loss by DE Chris Dinkins. ,Pirst Down{ f U
Tough Derens .... when Raider tight end Greg Lewis,a yards in five carries, Stuart Hancock punted 35 yards for Rushing V.nI. 22-M St 4230 13.
Tornado defenilre.end Jimmy Long (IS)nail thl Santa Fe player In hi* big truck at 225 pounds caught a Early BUS Success..., Santa Fe to. the BHS 20 where RB Passing PC-"AI'PI Yards 4-1 1.12.0:
tracks early In the 3-0 defensive struggle won by the bome-itandlng Raider, short pass'on the run. BHS backs Pittman attempted a fair catch of a Punts .M 1-25. .
who ranked number one In the date coming Into the cont* U, : had fallen away with the wide BHS received the opening kick-off ,high S.Fe punt at the BHS 20. But "umbl........ 3.0 t2Penaltiesy.rds '. '
na : were unanimous In receivers and nobody was near when and moved 62 yards to the Santa Fe Santa Fe's ;Trell Jones failed to' ..50.( .14-120 '." ,'
.... who attended the were "
Molt fani and -.rtten game ,
v 20 the '43 yard run by r '
Lewis caught the ball on the run and big play, a honor the fair catch signal and nail- leering Summsry '
calling a true .du Ic:* ,performance by both team. thundered toward the endzone Greg Pittman on a pitchout around ed Pittman.The punt hit Jones in the I) Santa ".Mlgn- RM4 t.cHl.d In ..,dlo,",for ,
0at.ty. : ((1 i ,. ,',

I r\;\ ;\" ':'. :BHS Coaches: Tornadoes ,Played 'S per'" Game Against Toughest, Foe ,

'Tornado gridders played a super football field It was more than the ly," says Coach Hurse "They hung The 1964 team allowed 30 points, the points out Coach Sexton who said fullback Will Quarterman' from
football game against Santa Fe deputy sheriffs on duty could handle,', ,f, in there tough. They played as hard'as next best. The 1988 defense allowed going into the Santa Fe game he behind when he got loose on a 43
-'a-;: High, say Bradford High coaches one said, but the crowd was orderly. they could." two touchdownS: To beat that the wouldn't exchange anybody for a yard run, before the BHS defensive "
'1 after looking at game films Monday., Many fans had no connection with The Tornado defense exemplified team has toVallbw:\ only, one, Santa 'Fe player that the BHS secondary would get there. Or,when
The 2-0 loss ends the Bradford either team;i there was area. wide in, good team football,says Coach Mike touchdown in a season, a mean task, defense were as good as Santa Fe. big Raider Greg Lewis caught a passat '
season at 9-1, better than Bradford terest. ': Sexton, the ,defensive coordinator says Coach Sexton.' The Tornado defense, apparently the 10 and headed into the endzonefor
i ; coaches expected. Before the "We knew they'd be hard to run The 1988 defense played well Jhalf dozen members of the, believing Coach Sexton went out', what looked like a certain Santa,
season Head Tornado David Hurse: against.,Santa Fe has a very fine; together,seemed to compliment one defense, have grown up with this and proved him correct. Fe touchdown. But Tornado corner-
C was talking 8-2 ,if the team' was defense, bigger and stronger than another. "There was 'a lot of team. Brought up when they were Defensive end Chris Dinkins and back ,Terry Berry met Lewis 215
lucky. we," says Coach Hurse togetherness out there," Coach Sex, sophomores were,Jimmy Long, Bill linebacker Bill Hamilton led ,in pounds big, and strong, at the five
No question about: it', Santa Fe was "We knew we had to throw: the ton points out. Hamilton, Dane Clark Rodney tackles and were named the outstan- the line. Berry: a sophomore,. hit
the best team Tornadoes faced. ,football, and didn't do 'that suc, The Tornado defense' keyed: on Mosley, and Terry Whitehead. The ding defensive players of the Santa. football just right. The football
Those hurt." Orian in the three Fe game. new high in the fair and BHS
; Coach Hurse says. cessfully. interceptions speedster Lumpkin, limitingthe Tornadoes past years
3 An estimated 5,000 area fans attended says Coach flume who lays it to just quick back to 128 yards in 27 car ,were 2.8 in 1986,5-5 in 1987, and 9-1 in Probably the new most outstan- recovered in the endzone.
the game. Santa Fe High can plain inexperience. 1988. ding defensive plays of the game Linebacker Bill Hamilton and
seat 3000 and people stood, often "Over-all, I'm very proud of our ries.The 24 points allowed by the 1988 "Nobody could have'been around were when defensive tackle Kevin defensive end Jimmy Long are the''
r',; several deep, all the way around the' kids, both offensively and defensive- Tornado defense is a school record. the football more \ kids," Finch, chased down Santa, Fe season tackle leaders with 102 each,

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i'BHS:; : ,Basketball

i''':'r,; ,<\ ::\,, :' Begins' Nov. 30 TERWILLEGAR MOT R ,

lo1l ii:, Tornado basketballers go into action
'f j''?; ;,," ,,' for the 1988-89 season Monday 964-7200 3771O96Gainesville 388-FORD 473-FORD
1 :': '.' night, Nov 30, when they travel to Y
1".',' ,. Middleburg Starke Jacksonville Keystone Heights f
starters return horn last
IW'j"1']' ,' "'.. year's BHS five which won only 10 209 W. Madison State Rd. 21
} :"" ;, games and lost in the first round of
\: \ the district tournament.BHS .
i;" ; ,'., has added two big juniors,6-8
1'1!lI' 'j'",I, center Kevin Finch and 6-5 forward Terwillegar
l r, I\\ ", Wendell Hudson, both up from the
\:: "';,. JV team.They'll be expected to han- o 0
,:f ,. ,' dle the inside load. Motors is 0
l:;' "'>' "Due to lack of experience from "
I I, our inside people, we'll have to be'
!" able to shoot a good percentage from'
I[.;', the field and play pressure defense,"'
;" says Rowland Cummings,' taking
'f t 11 over the varsity coaching duties for the
the first time. on Toughest Pickup
Coach Cummings will be able to -
I"" flank those inexperienced' inside
people with returning starters. r I FORD
( Eugene Blye a 6-3 senior, returns anywhere
r i- at shootings guard where he . .

averaged 16.8 points per game as a ,
:.' junior. Harold Chandler, 6-1 guard
""I averaged 10,2 points per game last
season, but never reached the potential -
t6- coaches think he has. Pedro --88 Ranger 'S1.
(,. Carter,6-2.who averaged 8.6 points
't, per game,. returns with a lot of
i natural talent and should come into
I his own this season

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Rec. Dept. News,

Registration for the Recreation I
Basketball Program is under"way ,
through Wednesday, Nov. 30. -t
1. The basketball program sponsored '
by the Starke Recreation --
Department, is taking on a new look
this year with three separate pro-
I!; grams.They are:' -(rAges ,month
4-71 will play upstairs in the 88 1/2 Escort ex
1 old armory.' A "mini-. basketball
will be used, with lowered goals and
(\ it will be a modified type game.' #
i, Ages 8-12: will play upstairs in the 6995or
old armory', using a junior basket- Only
ball, lowered goals, playing regulation ,
basketball.Ages .' '
11-141 will be conducted by
i'.: Charles Jackson at RJE gym. This After$800 Rebate and Using
,I is the older and Down 7K'
i ii; program for experienced Rebate as Payment. -
11 and 12 year-old players. ..After $300 Rebate and Using 15995
J' ,. A regulation basketball, regulation Rebate. Down Payment. month
goals and regulation rules will be us
\ ed. A$5 fee will be charged to cover

,1 Clinics... '
;, Clinics are set for the 11-14 age, SPECIAL COOLING SYSTEM CHECK

\ group for M.T.W, Nov. 28,29,30, at ,
RJE gym, beginning at 4 peen, '
'For ages 4-7 the clinics are set Include Motorcraft Plugs U-
J, 'r ,... Nov. 29-Dec. 1 at the old armory, 4 CyL 19.95 Solid State Check. AdjustTiming System Check and
I't from I:15 to 4 p.m.,and for ages 8-12 and Ign.Idle. Inspect t Pressure Test. Flush

:,, ; from Game 4-5 p.m.schedules will be' handed 6 Cyl. 24.95 Choke and Throttle linkage.Aeioatars 19-95 'Cooling System and
out the last day bf clinics. All participants and EconoUne VansSlightly Add 1 Gallon

must wear tennis shoes. 8 29.95 Higher. -Offer Expires Antifreeze. .Offer
r,' There is no charge for the 4-7 and Cyl. 12/31/88 EIpIr512/31/88:: :
t, "' 8-12 year old program. Players will
,f' \ not receiveshuts, but will wearpinnies
,Games begin the first or second
week In December stop for the.
holidays, and resume in January.


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THURSDAY November 21", 1988! ',,;'i..l d'tr4-;': ;:;,, 'r '::

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.- i r* 41VERGREEN -
'16. I K4i Country Club Estates, Golf Course-

= PRISON ? Griffis Rd = -1 Threatened by Toll Road CorridorCountry


Club E'states. east of unanimous goal to "Stop the'Toll
Toll Road Unneeded
Starke, might be renamed "Tolli Road" from slicing through the Says Manager, Florida Department 'ot
'I i Road Estates" if the west corridor Lake Region. Grant Thrall economic Transportation, 605 Suwannee St..
I- route is selected for a half billipn geographer at the University >of MS-38, Tallahassee, Fla. 32399-0450.
e c FAs 125 ,) dollar,180-mile-long, toll road from :Golf Course InvolvedDr. Florida attending the Gainesviller Mr. Kaye Henderson,.Secretary. of
r. WTE Jacksonville to Tampa. meeting, said a new toll road is not Florida DOT 605' Suwannee St.,
Although some local business In- Len Schlofman, Starke optometrist needed. His opinion is, "A turnpike MS-57 Tallahassee, Fl. 32399-0450.
a4''' LAWTEYj terests favor this route, since it is has a double threat in the brings noise,takes land and does little Governor Bob Martinez, The
225A .. r.r G4' a. Tc t the closest to Starke, It may be'' west corridor route since the househe for a community. A freeway increases Capitol, Tallahassee. Fla..
; : is living inn will be within the -
frowned on by members of1 the corridors access to towns.Gainesville 32399-0001.
Starke Golf and Country Club whose and a new house he is now would not benefit from a toll road- -
Luther N building and expects to move into only Jacksonville and Tampa..'" Letters must be' postmarked by
and lie within
club house golf course
200A December 1,and phone calls received -
soon, will also be vulnerable if this
Hilliard'Rd. e zs the mile-wide corridor designated as by the same date.The Governor's
_, route Is selected.
Where to WriteTo
30 .v. 4t > ,
one of two potential routes for the '
''office be reached by calling
Schlofman believes that if no new may
super highway being promoted by corridors are developed and the express your opinion of the proposed 1-488-4441. Request that your
the Florida Department .of choice is between the toll road write:, message be recorded and relayed to.
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; H zs zzs ': Transportation.It should also. concern many eastern and western routes the William 'L. Woolery,, Project the Governor. '
western one through, the Country
ent Fergeraon >r e y4'' homeowners in Country Club Club Estates, property and on
Estates,who could find their proper- southward and
through .Hampton
. .. -- ties threatened by the.400-foot wide Waldo will be chosen because it is ,Bluegrass Concert SetFriday I
10'' ILBRONN swath that the toll road would cut less thanit
environmentally damaging
,, .__ ;} y SAXTON through their: wooded setting of attractive would be to the eastern Lake
4 R December 2 there be There is a weekend
will special
e e 3 f dRd homes. Even those whose Region route. The latter would cut camp.
, homes might barely escape being through the 6,000 acre Ord- another in the series of bluegrass ing rate (two nights for the price of
cuss Morgan Rd 233 3MOHGAN within the corridor, would find property way/Swisher Preserve near concerts at the Spirit of the Suwan- one)>for persons attending the,con
, '. values decimated by their proximity Florahome, which is owned jointly nee music hall.Scheduled cert. Also, campers are invited to
.: Lr'd to the expressway. by The Nature Conservancy and the is the Bottom Dollar Potluck at the ,big Saturday night
+ C H_ i After a rousing meeting staged in University of Florida. Boys, the'' popular and well-known Supper and Jam Session.
r NEW I I Mark Lee Sfarli t)' 2 cC V i Gainesville last week to disseminate If the threat to the golf club con' Tallahassee group. Tentatively The Spirit of the Suwannee i ii
"'-. CONGRESSIONAL O information on the toll road project,' tinues, it action on some scheduled also is Wyatt Rice, one of located on Highway 129, seven miles
t--. .. .. m CH DOT indicated that it might recon,, long-held dreams may spur of local golfers to the famous Rice brothers from ;''north of Live Oak, four miles from
sider the two proposed corridors in expand the local course from rune to Crystal River Wyatt is now on Jour 1-75 and four miles from MO.'Tickets: ;,
1e'.r' view of unexpected opposition froman '18 holes. in Japan with his brother Tony, and ,are $6 for adults and $3 per.child,
ii J U7.' I estimated' 2,000 protestors >.: When informed of the possible toll ,is to appear at the December 2 show under 12. For m'ore' information.
16 i ..5NT many of them from, ,the i road encroachment, Starke golf pro, barring transportation; delay.* ((904)364-1683.) ,
Laura Church -- b Keystone/Melrose lake region., \Jim Brown Godwin, took .a .
a a't ''q she ea Starke/Bradford County, public '
\ A philosophical view saying, "Well
229 PINE H OROS sentiment on the proposed,toll road maybe if we have to give it up, andget
''is lagging behind environmental-. a good view We'll have money

C t G .$i.. ... :O minded property owners along that, enough to put in an 18-hole course at
V rs s Oyy 1E : proposed eastern corridor, lying bet another location.". S
ween Camp Blanding and Penney Another '"street' talk" angle (not ILS
STARKE j... G. Farms, and extending down into the yet proposed) is, since both Starke si d
lake-dotted areas of southwest Clay and Keystone Heights have desires 2
C i'a and northwest Putnam, counties. for'18-hole courses they might get Anniversary.
tG '. ''These areas are already well together and build '1 a new course
tooA Go z3o organized to keep the toll road from
(perhaps on airport property?) mid-
o -
their wetlands. way between the two towns.
Although 'of DOT has expressed a Officials Not Notified SALE!
possibility ,reconsidering the '
routes, DOT ecretary Kaye 'At the Gainesville meeting an official '
LINCOLN'CtTY Henderson is expected to make a of the Greiner consulting firm Just In Time for The Holidays!
'decision to proceed or not, based on said that county agencies were, in- .
.100A .:! A .. [a report, by the consulting firm, formed of DOT plans to build a.toll: All Putters in Stock 15% Of '
Greiner, Inc.; of Tampa, to be road last spring. However, Clay and All Shirts in Stock 2O3T Off' ;I
presented by the end of 1988:: The Bradford County officials when .
public is warned that comments on questioned denied such was the Maxfll MD IU9dc&' 15.99 Dz..
the toll road, positive or negative, casee. Neither did officials at Camp
must be submitted to the consultantsin Blanding nor the DuPont Company :Bring in this Ad for 15% Off
CEM :i rr .t u uAS writing by December 1 in order to have notification by DOT concerningthe Any Golf :Bag in Stock!
rr yt.. tsUa be incorporated into the report. routes'that would affect their
ao A strategy meeting was called last property. Pro-Uo Oofr Equlp_,,* at CnqriUy DUcouot Pricxl
Friday by .Mayor Bill Beam of
'William Woolery, DOT project
Keystone Heights, and was attendedby
resident of Keystone, Melrose, manager. agreed that the toll road
McRae., and Lake Geneva with,a could not' traverse tracts of land SUN
north of the DuPont Highland mine! '
that are being used for State- s2T GOLF Open: Mon.-s.c. .
La Z Boy required settling ponds to separate N.Maln St.G.lnesville. DISCOUN sway
materials'from the mining
toxic ;
From E-Z waste water. Woolery did not say 377.1581 'M a d Tarsh i214/S5 1-5 .. ,
what alternate route might be used
$199DENMARK WHEELS for this portion of the toll road bet
ween Middleburg and US,301, near
1320 N.Temple Ave. .Lawte>:.


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Buster Hahn Kstelle Cox has been with the com
,1'1', MOT Start Writer pany since, July, 1972 .Jenette -
Although It is a small operation by Chandler came to work in January,
,industry standards Vogue Manufacturing 1973, to be joined by Joyce Perry, in
Co, Is Bradford County's February, 1973. Lana Dowdy has'been /T
fourth largest employer in the with'the company 14 ; _
number of jobs provided for area having started in October! 1974. t'a
worker! Mae Carlton< began ,in ., r- S l .
Owned and operated by C.T, and 1976
,, Christina Flynn, Vogue is far from In 18 years operation,
being a Johnny-come-lately to paid more than $12
'Starke It ,has been successfully employee salaries, more
operating in the same building, $350,000 in city utilities and $ ) --I
,under the same management, for in ad valorem taxes ,
the past 18 years. Flynn said most apparel
Flynn, ,a native of Pennsylvania, turers specialize in certain,
came to Starke In early 1970 to and Vogue Is no
establish a plant for the manufacture specialty is. the C
\. ,. of lady's apparel;Looking for a ladies casual slacks, but 1 ...
site, he contacted the Bradford Vogue turns out other '
Ccunty Development Authority; and Clothing, such as skirts etc., tiI
was offered the building In which 'ween contracts. *
Vogue, now operates The finished products are \
The building, located Just'''south of through mid-priced outlets,
Alligator Creek on. SR-100, was Lerner's Shops Lane Bryant 3B'T
originally built to' house a bowling K-Mart.Some Vogue garments
alley but area residents did not sup- the brand, "Dickies for
port,,t the activity. enough to keep it Shipments are made from
open. i all areas of the United States, t

Vogue incorporated in April, 1970, said.
and has operated continuously since, Before coming to Starke,
for and partner operated a
currently providing employment
parel factory in Pennsylvania. ... .
75! workers, The firm'' starts new ,
employees at above minimum wage, Starke facility began as a at Vogue Manufacturing Col: take a break from another busy day to po e for a group photo.
Flynn said, and pays good wages for Ship sales,with office the in partner the company owned and managed by CT. and Christina Flynn, has been. one of the are*'* largest employer for the past'118' Vear.
Empire '
skill While levels employment required in with the Vogue industry.has Building in New York ,' pany b located Just south of Alligator Creek on.5R-10O In Starke. .
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"t" been steady, Flynn credits a number Vogue production, along with -
lines in which the
', of employees with being steady partner

i workers, staying on the job year in terested.''and In sold 1984 his, Flynn's stock : ,,, ::1 ," ," ,
Two machine retired; to I' ::' "li: :: : /. ,
frl' and out. ,
:V),,, operators year; Dorothy Dowdy and making him' the sole owner' I I y A Time to Give, /"I', '' ;. ,,I-.,;',/!""I'I" )](_"I ',''''',,,1' :' ,,'" ., ,
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.' Doris Groves, began work When the ,', 1'Ii; >"",?''l"lil"I\: ( :
''', .doors'opened in March, 1970\ and 'See Page' iii''''i""I'::')'',i'f't.: '< !r\;',", service. '. "
have more than, ,,18 years \ ;'I" '

r Land, ''Sales ".

:Increasing Chiropractic

': 't: nd'sales in Bradford bounty; for

I, 0 the month of May, 1988, jumped to 218 S., Walnut St.,
;,: 1828750. Documentary stamp e ,," ,
Next to the Chamber of 0 ,
taxes'' paid for these transactions '
;,'I .' amounted to over $70,000 9644957PAIN ,,;'. ,. '
i':. In April,sales totaled just over the .. .
l ,
:: one million dollar mark, and March .:
) l .
',', 'sales were just under a4 million.
): ; ,;, ,'.' : Only three May Sales were over CONTROL Way up on our list of things for which we"are;most '
1,1"" the $100,000 mark-two; parcels at Headaches ''"t. '' '" '
thankful are good customets likeyoui"!! , .
v..' Santa Fe Lake, and one 31 Acre transaction -, Neck & Arm'' ,
: :'f'.; ,.: along Bayless Highway at Mid Back

:",,, Water, Oak Creek. Low Back & Leg On this day of thanksgiving.-may'you also have "
'Values of transactions are'deter-'
. mined from the amount, of tax"stamp much to thankful, for'-,loving family.dear .
: affixed to deeds recorded in S friends,, good health'' and prosperity :
,the courthouse; transactions of less '
than $1,000 are not considered. \ ee
Real property sales for May are! .' -\Ve also appreciate our'hard-working/dependable.5'1' /, ,: '
".'I .. William R. and Elmo G. Alderman,, ; ; '
employees, heyplaya vital rjptednjlbe of'
." '4?(iRachel B., Joel R., and Alvin T.. DR. ) 0( ?;.I> t < success ;:"
: .Shireman. Shongaloo. Fisheries)' CHIR our bank 'and the satisfaction of our customers. 'So

;\ the SE'4 of SWI,.. of section 21, T7S rj.._ / j 'our employees can .enjoy) the holiday with their

ii", ,R22E William, $51,500.R. and.. Elmo G. Alderman !) family and friends, we' will be observing these
! ,
l; i to Irving T. Young 1 acre in N'. of I special holiday hours. .
))1 ,SEt4 of NEV; section 20, T7S,R22E, Q 24 '
\;. : south of the Meng ,Dairy Road D 'Closed Thursday, Nov...24, r Thanksgiving
!:l. l $3,700. -
!(: ,! 1 William R. and Elmo G.Alderman' ' ), We \\'ill'resume regular business hours on Friday.Kavf 25.
'f'- ,.," 1. to, William D. and Leila !M, Carter, I For your convenience, our 24-hour banking centers are
,{ Lot'on .Division\ Ave.: Hampton t :always for
,',' $15,500 open you to:make'deposits and pa mmts-or
ti, William It.and Elmo G. Alderman' withdraw cash.
1\ to Franklin Cordell McCaw' parcel CECILIA A. 0
I g in SE'4 of NW-4. ,in ,section 21, T7S. Happy Thanksgiving
I": R22E, $8,600 I
;. William R.and ElfjoG.Alderman 1 p r Florida National Bank
/to Thomas G. Aldertaan the N' ofSEr4' O
;,i I los w Jftt.non st,Stark "2091004'oN ?oao,
I of NE/4 in section 20, T7 s, the
I',,' R22E, $11,400.William .' .announces. .
R.and Elmo G.Alderman -. : Q Member. FDIC'
,, to Thomas G. Alderman., parcel In her ct of -
I'/W'4/ 'of SW:4 in section, 5, T8S,,
H22E $4,100.William ,
R, and Elmo G, Alderman, ,Primary Specialty: I.J
to Tree E.:Jones, 3 acres in SWU of Secondary State"'f rQaesaiPa, '
JSE4,section 20, T7S, R22E.$12,100. ,
William R, and Elmo G.Alderman
I 'to' James Wallace. Sr.,' ,and
Geraldine Dorminey, the N',. of Blue Cross/Blue'Sl el '
I 'NW 4 of SEU in section 20, T7S
R22E east of county graded road, and ) Little
,\, $22,000, '
,RansonJ.: and Sandra Andrews.
to Bobbi L. Fowler, parcel in NE<4 OFFICE 'Two great, pizzas! One low rlce.TII

,, of R22E SEV4$21,200.George of NEV4. in section 29, T6S;' Mon.. Fri. 1-4; ,

: N. Aspindwall" to Jerry W 864 N.Temple
: and Helga G. Meyer, lot 29 Seminole (Across from
, Ridge. Unit 22000.; *
,, '
James E. and Berlia Blevins to1' 964-3295 : MIX OR MATCH
Johnnie. ,.L. and Sharon LSnodgrass! ,

'See Pap 128 '. THESE COUPONS! ..,-


:;": 1988 FLEETV OR ONE' OF 'EACH! .

[, 3 BR, 2 BA

}\: Shingle roof, wood siding plywood floors, 2O7 S. 'Orange StCell7
(' delivery and set-up. Fleetwood 1 yr. 'J.14, .
i''; warranty and Extended Warranty.
f': FHA & VA.Too Open 7 Days!( Across( ,from Winn ''DIxie)

r: Factory Direct Means Wholesale-- 964-33OO

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HO&SING PACK! '2 Medium Pizzas

.. # 1 PIzzas with Cheese

":'1'',. dt 2 Toppings With 2 Toppings

Plus.Tax .$
( HWY. 41 N. & US 90 WEST LAKE 7.97.Plu, Tax
Cheeae available at additional coat Extra Cheese available. at additional!col-
only with coupon. Not valid with any Valid only with coupon. Not valid with any
f 755-52O7 othew oIJ'ef other offer.

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from page 211 In discussing contracts;, Flynn Flynn said "
:'." '. With the New York sales office said the apparel manufacturing industry visor, has
closed, sales operates on a "handshake"basis years, and
Flynn began handling
, from the Starke ,rarely requiring a formal contract in
:;1/"/, In the plant. to manufacture items, which' '"Sellers
: apparel industry, virtually
(' I all production is on contract basis, may involve several,thousands of apparel
,I. I with merchants or other middle-men 'dollars. In order to maintain'customer's Vogue
''I'' furnishing the materials and having confidence and, repeal; one week
'contracts, Vogue gives top priority December
: the manufacturing done on contract.
Vogue Manufacturing Co. to producing top quality garments. employees. '
operates in the norm, securing con- Workmanship, to the paid PRICES GOOD
tracts from various clothing firms fabric and quality of components Flynn as
retail( (zippers, buttons, thread, etc.).
both wholesale and to us.We
. businesses. determine the quality of the finished Our two FRIDAY NOV. Z5'THRU
Flynn said Vogue has ,a weekly product, Flynn says. Beyond those graduated
payroll of $16,000, manufacturingmore requirements, prices vary according honors
than a to the retailer's mark-up for
600,000 garments year. and
I Work in the factory has been steady, overhead and profit. .Oftimes a College on
with essentially no down time in the brand name raises the'retail price,
18 years it has been in Starke. The without raising the quality of the LeAnn
I I"" firm has never been without a contract garment University
I ,and time lost to breakdowns or Every garment Vogue produces is Lori will '
i other problems has been limited to labeled, "Made in the U.S.A." school ,
I less than one day per year maybe: a "Vogue is a good place to. work In '
total of 15 days in the 18 years it has and I am proud of each employee1Flynn looking to NOV. 3O 1988
been operating Flynn said sav In rti.. -

I (rr Obituaries ( ( >,


Edwin P. Carroll Nov. 21 in Riverside Hospital in Funeral
Jacksonville following a, brief il- day, Nov. GROUND
: Edwin P. Carroll, of Charleston, lness. United
S.C.,died Nov. 17 at a South Carolina' Born Dec. 231935' in Douglas, Ga., with Rev. I
hospital. 'Mr.Carver moved to Starke 23 years' Rev'Tim
Born March 18, 1907 in Charleston BEEF'GBEEF
ago from Jacksonville. lie was a ment will
Mr. Carroll 'was President of
member of First United Methodist Douglas,
Thomas W. Carroll, Inc., for 52 :
Church of Starke, a professional .Jones
years until his retirement. He was a' engineer for Clay Coaunty Board of
lifelong member of Trinity United Commissioners,and previously with'
Methodist Church. He was also a the Dept. of Transportation for 31
member of St. Andrews'' Society,
years. He had a PE-3 Engineering
former member and chairman of the Degree, and a member of the Fla.Engineering of
S.C. Aeronautics Commission,
Assn. and the Clay
Board of Trustees of Wofford College at her
County Committee 100 Assn.
He wasa
I member of Executive Board of Born in
veteran of the U.S.
" I Star Gospel Mission Past Officer of Survivors include his Army.wife, PhyllisE. Mrs: Wyatt THE HAMDURQER,
International Fisheries Assn. Carver of Starke; two daughter, where she LOVE." :'::
Survivors include his wife Bernice < .
Vickie Lynn Carver of Lakeland and Y" LB. '
Owens Carroll daughter, Adrian : :,;
; a Kelli Y. Carver of Starke; a son, .
both of :'
'Martha Carroll Riherd of Lake ;
Terry J. I Carver of Jacksonville;'
Butler; four grandchildren nine four brothers, Milton,'Vernon Don-, children ;
great-grandchildren; and one sister nie & C.A. Carver all of Douglas HICKORY SWEET
Hattie Phillips Carroll, of. Atlanta, Ga.; five sisters, Wilma SpiveyandGrace ,
Ga. Collins of Douglas, Ga.,.Oda' thurine SLICEDBACON
Funeral services were held Nov. Morgan and' Geneva .Sprouse of Funeral .
17 at the
20 at Stuhr's Downchap Chapel inCharlestol ',Jacksonville, and Nadine Lawson of ,
), ,S.C. Burial was ''in New Market. Ala. Miami ; '.
Carolina 'Memorial .Gardens. ,tingham
Cemetery, '

.James T.Carver HOME
Mr, James 'Thomas '"J/T.Vl
Carver, 52, of Starke, died Monday!
Refinance, Purchase,

Insurance Class.. r Mtgs.. Conv.. V.A., Fixed. gi-

Offered SFCCThe
by Harold K. Davis
Santa Fe Community College
,Starke Center is planning to offer in Lie. Mortgage
Starke the. Property and Casualty ;964-7O83 ( ,LB.
Insurance Class required by the
State Insurance Department for Office/ located in Longchump Home's Dld& l'1/2
anyone wishing to take the state ,, ,
; ".,.... "'! '" .
r'' I licensing i exam. f'UI".t HOUSE,*, .I .fr'-"....".,. '. ':i..:. LEAN GROUND R9uNQ or
Ill'i I' The''aha dttt''ejincluddJ21\9'tiiroUld1 ruff TOVlappVott''t ritac'Jtours I II r t "Purpir'Batbr"': I .:, aaa vV' .Jut* 7.6'I:(,,f.'''a ? i$19,7.' \1>

I imately 5 months, beginning in Y I IB. .;J SIRLOIN. ;,.I., ,,. ..,., '18 ', '
February. Present plans call for the Hwy 301 1 S. Stance
class to meet Tuesday and Thursday. '
evenings and all day Saturday.The Next to Gator II Farm
cost will be $374 plus. a $20 application W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE:
Men's Western L/S Shirts
Interested in taking the In- ROUND PORK
Select Ladles Jeans
surance course should stop by the ,

'SFCC Starke Center or Call 964-5382. Girls Shirts Blouses ((4-14)) ROAST ThFarm7C'Jf' CHOPS

Opens Furbearer December Season 1 Boys 9 7 I",," '"'' $ 2 9 7

December 1 marks the beginningof ffj You'll : ,
furbearer season in Florida. 1 LB_ LB..
Hunters may harvest otters, bobcats
and mink by use of live traps,snares [
1 or guns.
Although it is legal to chase bob- '
cats with dogs year round, posses- ,":. \ BRAND U.S.. CHOICE BONELESS BOTTOM GRADE 9-11 LB. AVG. ,
sion of a gun while chasing bobcats ,. ,$ O17 FRYERLEGQUARTERS c, '
i' is legal only during i '
.season. ..' .'.,I.., .,'. u IB
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I I Ip' ,,>. WINOtJMt, RESERVED ftTQHtS , g g 'II {
vmoHt MI lpp 2-LTR.. :: ,' 1
p' 5 VIME TO GIltB" I ? 'j'r,

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1 Your bank hometown takes" this ,X X. "

i opportunity to, r TOY PRICES GOOD
Thanks to CHRISTMAS TOYS 'NOV. 27-DEC.7. 1988 .

;, ? for doing .
with( us. Let us BARBIE .
with any financial .. ( ,\ e'


We__ will be closed Thursday, Nov. 24' / ,,". .\IACH$599" COLORING BOOK EACH 99.

KIT 'I' >, ,' ,EACN$799 MINI CARS ..,.. I' .2 :rOfl ,$100

:Banking business will resume at our

main bank and at our branch location ,PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING! WINN-DIXIE LOCATION:

in Wlnn Dixie on Friday Nov, .25.COMMUNITY I STARK ,


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Top Students... < '. ,. < '
..., Vocational Adult Student of the month In the picture at left are.
t from left to right;Gloria Thompson Barbara Cane and Barbara
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>for/IiO1MI1ff/' Harrington.:

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.1:. TULCERChiropractic

,, Center
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The Bradford-Union Area Vocational Keystone Hefghfs Office' S

Technical Center, ,with r' ;;'" 250B, S. Lawrence Blvd.
assistance from local merchants, Is
sponsoring"Outstanding Vocational 473-7213
tudent of the Month" competition r PL a s
among its students.
,The program is designed to promote
development of characteristics 9 INJURIES
associated with the model employeeby PAIN CONTROL ;'
recognizing students who display Headaches
these necessary traits in.their daily Neck & Arm ,:=.1

school work. I"f Mid Back '.A...Aft........ ,
Each instructor has the opportunity "
Low Back &
to nominate students who meet ifa. ;:
the following criteria:regular atten- x .rf :"
dance punctuality initiative, goodattitude ,
toward work and other DR. RICHARD Ct.TUilER.CHIROPRACTIC ,
students good grooming, and the
,faculty committee'will review
'the nominees and make the final
selection CARE WHEN YOU
The winners for'October, in the ,
adult class are; Barbara Cane, Barbara

Harrington and Gloria Thompson 'A DAY 7 DAYS AWEEK

II These three ladies, received an.
award certificate and a "Hot Bar" \
and drink donated by Western Steer' Y Office Hours:
Steak House : .r. ) Mon-FrI8:30-6:00: : p.m. Appointment
Winning High School Students' a.M. ar t
were Cindy Davis, Marona Hender- ,
son' Raymond, Hodge, Kim Lee "
David Uzenbee, Sean Nichols andTerry
Whitehead. i.-..
These students also received an
award certificate and a "Whopper",
,, fries and coke, donated by Burger
Kina of Starke.

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t' Has' New SAWYER ." ,;

Look \

',The Bradford County'' 'Public ; I Ihf f
Library has a new book-look Bren-'"
,, ,da Hulsey, bookmobile librarian is
stocking I the shelves with popular
., fiction and non-fiction titles to meet
.,,' the growing needs of area students. ., It's that time of yean r'
: working folks, and retirees. / 1
,\ Enjoying that feeling of
; ,"We've known for years that our ;
collection needed updating," said warmth from being with
Hulsey "The LSCA Bookmobile '
grant is allowing to purchase new, 'family and friends.,The Sawyer holiday ; .
, books as well." 1 feel
.Mrs Hulsey invites 'patrons to spirit means making you at homeyear '
visit their regular stop and browse 1 round when you shop Sawyer. It's a year long
',,. HOMEWORD through titles WITHOUT that include TEARS;, commitment that you should know about.


, REPAIR MANUAL,FOR '88, rli r r
" many new children's paperbacks..
, "Throughout December we will ,4 ,
;;f t feature Christmas books the whole
," family will enjoy from THE LIFE < For 42 \
AND ADVENTURES OF SANTA TRUST years we have been taking care of our customers 7
. CLAUS to CHRISTMAS WITH with unequalled personalized service.IT'S : .
: I. .Hulsey < -- our story:With all the claims of lowest prices in town.our formula ,
Please call the BCPL at 9646400for

,. Bookmobile further Information on Tuesday or at the visit Jiffy the yours free(does not include merchandise offered in liquidation

Store on the corner of SR 21 and CR _
\,' ,21B between the hours of 10:00: and \
'. 11OOA.M. and Edwards Grocery in j.4i\I)
i Theressa between 11:15: and 12:15
and Hampton Post Office between
12:30: and 2:30: P,M,.On Thursday the
Bookmobile will be at Brooker City
Hall between 10:00 and 12:00: and prices. That s why we say you save everyday in every way atSawyer.
Graham Post Office between 12:15: .
,and 1:15 P.M.. and Kite Realty bet- CUSTOMER SERVICE Sawyer's 5 full-time service coordinators
ween 1:30 and 2:30.: On Friday the
Bookmobile will be at Lawtey City offer fast and professional assistance to factory authorized service
Hall. between 12:30. : and 2:30: P.M. technicians. A priority at Sawyer is customer satisfaction
< j.. =Admiral NO LEMON PROMISE Any applia'nce and video from Sawyer

FLORIDA that requires 3 service calls during the original
manufacturer's labor warranty period,will be replaced at no cost
., TWIN 'THEATRESterke to you. Ji1
964-5451 RETURN POLICY Customer satisfaction guaranteed. If you're ,
not completely satisfied with your Sawyer product,return it within I
',2.00 SPECIAL '] 14 days in its original crate and packing for a full refund. See store

,Sat'& Sun. 5:00 Showing'I manager for details.CONSUMER .
AFFAIRS ACTION LINE We care before and
Tuesday Showing' J
after the salt. If you need assistance or have a problem that is .
Closed'Wed. & Thurs. \: j unsolved I _by our stores, call the General Manager. MonFn10am4pm. Pk /__' '

Starts Fri.. Nov. 25 _731-8600. _
Jim l In
Vamey 85K
.>...jjft111'12Ml' most products we sell for only pennies a day. Your assurance of
ERNESTSAVES \ product satisfaction.

FINANCING We make it easy to buy it your way. with plans to tit
credit cards honored.
CHRISTMAS DELIVERY Sawyer delivers to most of Mortheast Florida .IJ-
Installation and delivery times arranged to your :
I L SCREEN TWO J S __ schedule.- ? ColoC dh
agio k
Dennis Quaid &Jessica COMPLETE I CUSTOMER FOLLOW-UP At Sawyer we want to
; Lance Chef make sure you're happy with your purchase, and we will call you
MAGIC CHEF SO' r to make surt you are satisfied and answer any questions
: Everybody'sAllAmerican
GAS Olff ELECTItIC RANGE SELECTION Sawyer wants you to have the product mat's right
; tor you. That's why we display a large selection of appliances and
televisions Of top name brands

:. A love story... rnJ 349

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"' 1103 S.WALNUT ST... STARKE 964-7701
:, ;Admission: ......__ ,250 S.W.9TH AVENUE LAKE BUTLER" .
,1" Adults................_.: .990 G'_ < ._ 496-2564 :;
''j Children ..._..._........,, 606 _' __ _-= """ ....-: '!!II ----. ;;;. :: "



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;;-R: .. f ., ,. _._...... ___ "...... J.'.' ,,' .;P:1' ,' rO + _. Graders. Celebrate
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-'" ....t..,... ..--r ..... .::. :., *. ;, .A. an Hlart los., week when Lhc*' }u1d n" old l-'tl'tom'rt)' ,fCOt outdoor underclear

.O>>' ..;;' o J- The second firndcrt'mndc (their.own loHturiwa ttjt the wcii? $(<>I1, with; fndl.tns
seeming to be the favorites
;.r" -. I The costume were very InKitfnnUve/ and inducted! 'he adbands..Indian shirts,
; t t.# : ,"tt. \ 'Rti' quiver for arrows, crndleboarcls and other Imjlari:) arlifart
Each class. was assigned a specific task )In the pmJ<'C't. which enme together nl
\ -. \! ;'-'II"' r'r :\:...; .' < :..,: .. the trndlllonnl fcnst. Each class also had certain dishes to prepare for the din
',.. .. .. f&I.r-f"f""i- :;; *..K :.' ,1f1J<1 l,;,' ncr, The classes joined hunda I fpr,a big prayer of thanks bi for 'eating,

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.." ...-...... \(1'I J'- .. ',_'" ......_ Contest Deadline NearingArtists
ll. .
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,A "
:! -
.. \ l i % > }waterfowl or an official entry form and certification
; stamp
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... \ -" sW" .,_..., .. ... .._ stamp contests have until of originality Artists
( .. .- ',: _,' .... .. : 5 p.m. may;
\ JI.'ti1' ,. .
'. I/" '.<;, _...''.'.,... .. ,' ... Dec. 12 to submit their entries to the subit as nary as two entries in each
.I 1 1s I".. ... : '"",''''' ': Florida Game and Fresh Water Kish contest
: ,' r... ,". .-. .,.... .
.. .. : :: Commission.The In both will not
.. .. .. ,. ;" ,' contests judges
'- .. bgLi "' .: .."..' Commission sponsors annuli) know the names of the artists. Final
i, .. .... V \ -I. .- .,' .' Contests to select artwork for th 'IIt. \ V .',. \ / .. ,; 'I<. :-i: stamps Hunters must purchase the Commission, meets m Tallahassee.l'

,'\M ," ,.._.r*.,,.,_ ,....... stamps before pursuing either Intersted artists, can call, Tom
'" 'I Proceeds
species. form
\ 1" : \, 'fI. the sales of Wright at the Commission's
\.II the turkey and watetfovtl slumps Tallahassee! office at ((904)) 48B-3H.ll:
\J Ji. 41' help fund research and management to..obtain entry fdrms and more informs
I- programs for the respective xpuiicit lion, __
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I Photo,by Mark FriocflmStark.i
Elementary students In Mr..'Linda IUn ', ... ,
Thanksgiving this. went all out for In the second row Karen S< *;all, Rachel McQualg. }Mchole Miller,T.R. Miler
year. Kathy Miller and K .ey Mauat.
From left .o right on the front row Michael McMllllan,Tuha Rennetl. Angela In the third
row J.C.Collin Will Hartley and Jol.nda James. The Strawberry.PatchRestaurant
.Jac..n.Key. Melissa Ihuaterla. Krlll Sapp Hope Paterson Alphoiuo Pernell and Gerald |n the rear Tommy C vinKtllh, Michael NuRrnt MWy. Yon and Rita Norman. ,. '

.. Join Us at Our louse
'""" I I'''';', "I,.,:If.. _,.. ,, .I 1'Ii 1A 1- i For OurAllYouCarcToEatDountlful; "
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_. _. ,. JII Thankggtvirtg: Buffet!
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..44nl Open. All Day',from 6',am 9: pm

No, rese vations, please

;t Buffet HighlightsHomemade( :


Garden Fresh Salad Bar

Roast'Turkcy', & Dressing' ,
Cranberry Sauce'
w h 4 '

Giblet.Gravy, .
Roast Beef'Au Jus

A Variety of Vegetables

Hot Rolls & Creamery BuMpr(

I Children Under 12 Adults
$3.5O c- 1The
Infants to 3 Q 6.95
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.: Strawberry Patch Restaurant:
.; / ', 'I r The ECONO LODGE

Hwy SOI. N.,, Starke 064-7600 ext 209 ,. .
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.' Dressed for Turkey... Pti fobvMarlc'Frled'lri' "
:. Students In Mn. Foreman'.claaa at Starke Elementary made the beat el their Tbanluglvtng dinner
. .'. '" From left to fight on the front row Matthew Crew..Joy With....,Chrbten Roberta Heather While Kenny
" Murwtn Emily Seller, Jeff Barber and Nancy lUldebran.
On the second row Shelly Karczewikl,CrUtle Cotta, Dense Thornton, David Allen,.Mary Stephen and Michael
button. .
In the middle row Morgan FIll LaWN Dean Mark Tboma.Jared Crlffb and Timmy. Flower.
Standing Brandon Prevail Frazier BaM and Heather Baiken. /

Give the, Gift: that ,Lasts 4

,Bedding & Recliner' Sale All .Year Long!

...,. '' ,from
: ; :,{jll' \ IN GAINESVILLE '
: -j.' Teal Tile & Carpet',

: Strato'lounger'f'

- .. '- : 131 N.,Cherry,St.:-' Starke -, 964-7423
', Recliners From

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t _.--.. ,"...., ..-. -' Lifetime,Warranty $199
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7 Year Warranty { t-
Innerspring Mattress Set Carpet,

''t'.1' A WU&- Set:.......................$y" ,forThanksgiving
FuIlSet..t149Frame s
Free "
r. ;, 15 YEAR WARRANTY &'

Twin Set........NN..N..N.8159' Christmas ._ cI'
Free Pun Set..........__....$199 --
Queen Set.__.._.....$269 _
Mattress King Set _>..._...............$359
Pad 'j>;
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Full Set MMMMmmMMM. .$299 \!'No' Payments 'Til .May' of '89"
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l i' Economists Issue Report on Bradford CountyThe I

... ,-.I Su-El's Retirement Community
employment growth which Housing Start! will maintain a' summer. stalls?: While no one Knows exactly
has! occurred in Bradford County hasbeen steady rate of growth over the next Lower oil prices take some of the what level of rates will be needed. R.II,....."! M R.dr.m.nt'M.m.
erratic over the past few years, few' years. Total starts peaked in steam out of inflation/! 'and slower we estimate another 1.5 percent .. In MY stroll eommunKy M
says fo'l!>hkmd & Associates, Inc., of '1987 at a level of 169 units. The range economic growth reduces domestic above current levels for the federal oomrunttr C.... l'I.w. t uso Mv.Su-Ert RMIranwn
Winter Park, l'i.) economic for starts will be 150 to 170 during the 'cost: pressures. Together these funds rate should do it. This pro-- turn....,..or norm.far... I Horn A Dnratd group
forecaster period of 1989 to 1991,The increase in events mean that the Federal gressive tightening is expected to o.rel lnd. .ndwil__Irwn ',i horn toe Mnlan IDM iwdMttuno
In ((982 there'was>$I net decrease of growth of housing starts is mainly in Reserve will not have to tighten its Begin in December and to reach its In qulot..alnp ash a *iMti wpwvtolon.W. (
jobs In,' the county, Employment the single family sector policy quite as much as had pro- peak by the second quarter of 1989. ,.IIM ttmoiphM.MSuEri .piss p.tOMb.4 CM
growth will peak in 1989 and settle The U.S. Economy Is in the'midst viously been expected. Interest Economic growth will. decline to a m orlor Iwwlng. 34. h>. upwvWM M mMk
into a range.of 120 to 230 new jobs an* of a relatively smooth transition to rates will be somewhat lower and pace of less than 2 percent-per- ut4lii...miM and laundry. I wnertt..vr..CatliNd i d*Y.w..M.
nually. says f'ishkind slower, more sustainable growth, in the trend toward lower inflation will i quarter from the second quarter of MTVlCMWUl"" a 24hr tong nurt.ring.l.tltlWI.Ct'i'MlnodMll wmtuy i
Although job growth! ,is not level 1989, says Fishkmd, be less jarring than we feared. 1989. After this stagnation, a more '-veneY..n oottoral.lyitwn.MMK [ 468-26191
the average percentage growth for Two unexpected developments To pilot the economy towards"a rapid growth is expected in 1990. Inflation -
.,new jobs in Bradford County will be have opened the path to a smoother relatively soft landing the Federal will probably reach 7 percentby 1 mile South on S R.325, Hampton. FU Sue Lett Walker -
approximately 4 percent, and downshift for 1989 oil prices have Reserve will have to continue to rat mid 1991 interest rates will rise
unemployment should remain in the moved down a notch and economic chet short-term interest rates higher sharply in this environment settingthe
4 .in 4 S fwrrnl range tfrnwth slowed over the course of theI' a> d,higher until economic growth stage for another decline in 1992.

Anti-drug Group .,.p+ "_1 Sale

Float in Annual Planning'f.f.f CONCEALED FIREARMS. -combine to bring you Good Prices

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Families Against Drugs (FAD)'is ,children i volved,'" says TBriant- CLASSESLicensed < Nov..30
entering a float In the Christmas Johnson, "lets not just do it for
Parade, scheduled for Saturday, them." .: Instructors $
December 10, beginning at 10 am"announceS The float will be put together at Instructor affiliated with NRA and
Float Chairman. Sandra. the O'Briant-Johnson home Friday, Criminal Justice and Training 5O '
O'Briant-Johnson. December 9, at the corner of Pratt Commission e Ron Rico Old
The family unit is the main Interest Street and Parkwood Place, Just Certificate Issued
of the organization, And to Involve east of Saratoga Heights, Upon successful completion or per person Rum Thompson Canadian
the family unit Children with class .
All who wish to participate in
parents participate, and in teenagers the float are design asked and to building the float please call Sandra a Classes consist of 3 hours of classroom. 1 hour en-range
O'Briant-Johnson 964-4288, for '
construction. and CALL 964-2352 OR 43113O1r ?M..... _
I/PK gft |the Fdmilip! nnrl, schedule plans.

Quarterly FNB Announces Dividend'' 699 1 099 .699

Jacksonville ..The ,Board of NOWTACO .750 1.75 750
Directors of Florida National Banksof
Florida Inc., has announced a
'.1 quarterly dividend of $,13 per com- -'--:- ( 'Early' Christian MartinIs
; mon share payable on January 2,
'.: 1989 to stockholders of record on Times Brothers WO
December 9, 1988.Perms .
HIRING Brandy Scotch

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25.00".\ : ... ..... ., CrewPe1"sons: I)AMORA'COFFEE:LIQUER,/ 'e ,, 8.99.,750' ;
& Up OlD GRAND DAD r 862<;.,,/t<; '. { ...9..99 750'

Haircuts LAWSOI4fCREEK'VODKAGIN5.99, .: v .;:,LTR

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tubmltted CHIVY 'A TON 4x4. PARTS front and EVINRUbl' OUTBOARDS New 1988 05 T.mpU Storlc
ONI ACRI LOTI'wllh mobil. horn.. to the Bradford County rear axles, transfers, transmission, 9.9HP limited 15" ?
quantity shaft tiller
etc. 964-9812. TFc.
ready to mov. Into. Several to choo. ,t.l.graph office In writing and paid In handle' rope 1000. electric
FOR SALE BY OWNER 19S4 Pontiac Bon.
Irom. Owner financing. Payment less advance unless ''credit I I. already nevllle Other sixes available GBM Sale, INVESTORS DREAM One Acre Inside city $ 1,7001
clean 964-3510 from '.10
than rent. Low down payment;;, from established with this office. p.m. Mon-Frl 8 a.m.-5 1-800-944-2850.
$".500. 9644238. 10/27TF ,THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD 2tchg 11/17-24 fcan p.m. CROSBY LAKE LOTl Cleared '100 ft. on wager. Deduced to$ 19.8001

LIKE NEW I9M 14x4 MH. large BR 2 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 1911 XLT RANGER TRUCK ,Assume Si" tRl-HULL Boat two motors, SOhp ....HOMES.,,... ,
both, larg. kitchen I with large CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER payment. 468-2372. after 7 p.m. 2tchg Mercury, 7'/ rip Evlnrude, built-in gas LIKE HUNTING* 1/2 Acre, 1872 .t., frame home. 3 BR, 1 r Bo, LR. FR, 'DR, I
breakfast bar, loti -of cabinet, THI TELIPHONI. 11/17-24 tank 18 gal..'trailer with buddy bearings situated In the BEAUTIFUL WILDLIFE AREA OF UNION COUNTY, 01'| of this for I Ilust
cathedral ceiling with ceiling fan with Classified deadline I TUESDAY NOON 1912 S-10 PICKUP! 4 .aped AC new tires, front and crank lift, 28.0001 I
light Wa.h.r t dry.t hookup. prior to Thursday publication AM/FM/stereo tape player, powerbooster good: condition. 2500. 964-8251. 209 E.Adkln. COUNTRY STYLE LIVING on Florida water at Its finest 800' of paved winding I
10500. Days 496-1307, eve.*. 4962680. Classified display deadline: I I.TUESDAY chrome wheel, new paint *. 1./17TF driveway to this Superb 3500 sf home. This home has beautiful wooden floors, I

4tchg 11/3-24 5:00 P.M. Special Classified display 1910|ob. 964-6940.PLYMOUTH 4tchg CHAMPi 11/24-12/19 good carpet, vaulted, ceilings, 4 levels" of living space, large foyer, eat-In kitchen I
1917 DOUBLEWIDIt 24x44, 2 porch.; placement I I. NOT Guaranteed. window runs HELP WANTEDSEWING with new built-In appliances, formal dining room large living ft family, rooms I
In back S39O. 964-2669
3/2 CH4A, 1 ocr. more or le.*, 16x20 Minimum charge for classified ode I I. out with 4
bedrooms 3 full baths
: ". 6pm. 2tpd 1124.121HOMES I fireplaces ;2'baths, Inside utility room, 3 sunbathing
building. $29,900 firm. 964-9876 after 15 word for 3..50., then 15 cent for
"" deck, 100 ft. On Lake Geneva, 2% acre,with sprinkler ,y.mlorg.
noong. 2tpd 11/17-24 each word thereafter $1 billing charge MACHINE MECHANIC position
oaks camellias,
,azaleas, dogwoods, located on SR 21 S. Keystone His
,DOUBLIWIDIi 3/1. 8x20 enclosed pdrcb. wilt be added to each CHARGED available. Experience necessary, Assumable mortgage. Must"see to appreciate! ,
nice condition. I acre more or I..., classified ad. FOR SALE Salary negotiable. 7 paid holidays, '
nice yard.. 20900. 964-9876. afternoon ..,,wTwYARD paid vocation. Apply In person at AFFORDABLE AT SJS.OOOi 1023 E. Call SI., 3BR. 1 1t bath, CHSA, table ready, I
.. 2tpd 111124ONE 'Vogue Mfg.. 710 S. Water St., $Iark..' stove, refrlg., 1596 s.f., approx. V4 acre lot.
port 2 BR. 2 boo fully furnished pecan, SALE home, carpeting AC CH. $30.900. 'EASY WORK) EXCELLENT PAY Assemble Spanish-style home 3450 *.f.. 10 acre, sprinkler system BR, 2'4' bo, formal I
: t pear tree*. Appraised at $27.500, 17267651. Call after 5 p.m. 11/3TF products at home Call for Informa LR, fully equipped kitchen,' Ig. FR, brick fireplace, patio, ''pool, telling fans, 2 I
I estate sale $23,000. Hwy 225 (Boyle $23,000 CUTIE I tion. so.- I.8003. ext. 9579. 4tpd cdr garage,new roof zoned Agrl.,.2 assum. mtg, $139.000 I
Hwy). 4 mil. South of SR 100, 3 mil.. GARAGI SALE 'SATURDAY. Entire 2 BR frame with central heat ft air utility 11/3.23 KEYSTONE HIS Spacious, quiet country living, 3 BR. 2 Ba, Ig. FR, kit/DR combo -
North of SR 16. Estate of E.S. Oliver; household content 6 miles, Hwy '6' roam carport A storage. Steve Includ NEED EXTRA CASH for Christmas, for a 2000*.>., CHSA. city water 2 septic tank, exc. cond. Sale priced! $ 55,000
904-471.1245./tpd 11/24-12/19 West. 964.8566. Itpd 11/24 ed. Neat as a pin ft CUT TO THE BONE full-time |lob? Try Avon. Call: Romano ULTIMATE EXECUTIVE LIVING Stucco S block beauty with 3400 s.f., '
WHY RENT 2Vt ocr. country lot, flew'ay' YARD SALE Friday Sat. 11/29-26. Dine for quick sole 782-3068. 4tchg 11/3-23 7 \yrs. old on ?'J5 acres In Lawtey area. Spacious."EI.ganl".Pr."g.1!
;: mobile home, only $299 per month Ing table $100 I ; bicycle. $50; Christmas' RALPH BRYAN REALTY. PART-TIME POSITION 32 ,hours" per STYLISH BRICK HOMEi 601 Falrlane St.,3 BR. 2 Ba, carpet! ;ceramic; tile, CHSA,
Hugh.. Homes, US 301, Stork. wreath, misc. 100W to Boyle Hwy '''-17' week Job located In City of lawley. appliances and blinder.moln. 1,364 s.f. $ 62.000 I I112S
((229)) second dirt rd. left. CLOSE IN applicant must be familiar with
964-6407. Itchg 11 1'2. on 964-7491. POUR ACRES,- Job
NEIL COURT 3 BR, 1 Ba, carport. OWNER FINANCING I $ 33,000
1.Y NO DOWN PAYMENT SALE let Hughes Itpd T124GARAGI With :3 Bedroom 2 Bath frame, only community be outgoing able to work DUPLEX 2BR/2Bo Bradford Drive '
'S 43.500
'tj\ f"' 1.a:;,; f.. Home help yaw' get a new home, hair SALIi tablesaw doors, chairs. $3S,000. with people and, work have with minimum'up.I.ion 207 ALVAREZ CTi 2 BR, 1 Ba, frame, fenced yard $ 7,500
dryer, end table, book, misc. RALPH BRYAN REALTY own transportation. -
I) : ) (!', Hughes Homes US 301 Starke, Friday 9 to 5. 1500 Bessent Rd. Itpd ''.....7. Interested applicants should send N.W. 29th AVEt 4 BR. 2 ba stucco ft frame, 20 7 acres:CHSA' $ 79,400
'f "Y.I 9646407. Itchg 11/24 BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR, 1 ba, CB.wood floor: "f.. S
'h 'W t!; li,1; 11/24 2 FRAME HOUSES I, at $10,000.; V at resume, Including reference, to Fred 1185 Sacr.* 60.000
: FOR SALE 3 mobil. home. for
-S,000 CONERLY ESTATES! 3 BR, 2 ba, FP, 1800 *.f., financing $ 82: ,000
(" all thr_. Call 7823894. 11/24 MOTHER'S ESTATI Yard Sale 9 a,m.. Frl! 11500. Both houses for 20000. Good l Fox Enterprises Inc.. P.O. Box, 2017, easy '
( 1.. !' h:; Itpd ft Sat 111819. East on 16 or 230 to Income producers, tiuvd ben ,con Polatka., Fl. 320782017. ,Attn: Errol D. CRYSTAL LAKEi furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water 1 18R/J 80. 90,000
'\."( :\1lt; ,.! Flume Rd. (NE 13th St. Follow sign to tinually rented for 20 plus year. Jones. 2tchg 11/17-24 GRAHAM, 3/2. 2.78 Ac.. 1930.f.. CHSA '$ 85.000SO
( FOR RENT corner 6th Ave, ft 16th St. (Country 964-7824. 2tpd 11/17-24 NEW DENNY'S General Manager with CHIC SO CHEAP! newly remodeled 3BR, 180. freshly'pointed
Club). Portable dishwasher $90; Electric proven frock record In national chain. new carpet, 628 Pinewood St., Reduced $ 28,500 I
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE IN WALDO Kimball Organ $73- Furniture, Send resume to: SOT Gulf Drive 207, ROAD 230-Ei: story, C8 ft frame: 3 8R, V/i US,000 I
,,' .stove, refrlg., fenced, yard. $225 mo mall appliances,, dishes, men suits REAL ESTATE Bradenton Beach Fl 34217. fcan HWY. 22Si 2/1 frame 3 stall/ barn,newly rewired, 2 A(: S 32,500
plus, deposit required. No pet. (size 42 Reg), toy, lots more., 964-5257. 'OUT OF AREA PART-T1ME POSITION Earning of $4 par' KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUBi 3 BR, 1 Ba 1500 I.f., wooa; frame $ SO,000
.', 468-1909 after 6 p.m. 2tpd H .7.2. Itpd 11/17 J hour 9 hour per week servicing BROOKERi 3/2 brick end frame, Shady Oaks S/D. extra lot, $ 44,000
'" LARGE 2 BR mobile home In good location 'YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS ONE I Greeting Card and Gift Wrap Department .'
so near S 40,000
; $200 mo, ,$100 dep..< 964-8704., Four family sole 'with plenty of, OCALA NATIONAL FOREST' Wooded In a local tore. Available to a' ocr.'r :
2tchg 11/17-24 ,everything. Hwy. 100 East to Theressa, ''lot*, river access, $9450 Each. I No, responsible individual In the area of .....LOTS ft ACREAGE,...,. l' w
ONI BEDROOM APT close In', eld.rly'and turn right at Edwards Grocery on Hwy.' money down; $6941 monthly. Owner' HWY 301 South Slorke.. Please send a LOT 9..GOLFAIR RDI Country Club I acres. Make an plf.r', I $ 8,700 I
children welcome< Small apart< 18,: go cpprox. 1/4 mile to,red brick 1-236-4579 1-622-2438. 1/7TF brief resume Including your phone, HWY. :32S 10'acres joins Alachua County. line $ 29,900
.m.nt complex, good neighbor Best to home on right. Itchg 11/17 OCALA/MARION COUNTY $500 down. number and this ad to: P.O. Box 410 CONERLY ESTATES Lot 12 C 10.000 !
'?<, call b.for.9:30 a.m. 964-8601.11/17TF tl acre, paved road or 5 and 10 acre:, Taylorvllle, IL 62568. Itchg 11/24 MICHIGAN STREET:2 Acres' Inside city $ 10,000RD.
.',, 'kITCHENETTES ROOM AVAILABLE PERSONALSBANKRUPTCY near Oklawaha River. From $1500 PER 'A GREAT OPPORTUNITY-NATIONAL, 100 EASTi ',37 acres, wooded and platted ? $ : ,?,oooLAWTEYI
'.. mobile home for rent. Alto, Mobilehome 904629-6101.ACRE. I.P.S., fcan CORP., Realtor QUALITY HOMES Starke Representative 9 acres, 1 109th Av.. good Investment; ;:S"",IS,000 |

: ,: ;, 2tpd 11/17-24 parking space for rent,'782-3332.: $951 stops garnishments, BEAUTIFUL ACRE TRACTS,'20 minutes'to Itchg 11/24 needed 0 Call Collect, 1-396-3123.' RD. '100 Ei 12 acres plus fish pond,wide open spaces S 26.000

"I \(1.; : .;,, ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED APART' .lawsuits and bill collectors.; Complete Gulf. $1500 down. Easy terms of TEXAS REFINERY CORP. needs mature PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.j 20.16 acres, 3 wells" 2 poles 90,000,
f of all documents. for Call WINDING TREE LAKE lot 246, fla. Frontier $19000
II" MENTi clean quiet adult only. Houck preparation legal $9681 per month 10. years. person now In Starke area. Regardlessof "
''I Apartment, 964-2358. 2tchg Paralegal 1.800.444.1435-Legal ':800.335Bor\ 835-4153.. fcan' experience, write T.G Hopkins. Box RENTAL ON CALL STREET 11 ''" ':'',< -
; Alternatives, Inc. fcanWANTED..OVEIIIATIRSI 711. Ft. Worth.; Tx '76101 I. 2tpd
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,, Prominent WANTEDt: Lot on Santa F. lake I ,
'I 1 TWO BEDROOM mobile home 11/24-12/
at famous hospital discover Cell for Commercial .lngil
t' $225 p.r mo. plus deposit' Call physician SINGH WOMAN middle aged to work
964-2496. 2tchg 11/24-12/1 breakthrough In weight loss at motel. Hove own cooking room and ,
Volunteer needed to validate ,..ult --
salary, 964-7184. 2tchg 11/24-12/1
ONE BEDROOM efficiency apartment ,
< Receive amazing computer personality Aft.r Hours
furnTshed all utllltle.
9648498. Itchg 11/24 $69 p.r'week. profile free. Call 216-867-6964. fconlv, '. .'. .,!?.. V iI.,."., ",".,. ;473.75'

I NEW HOMI FOR RENT 3 BR, :2 bo, CHSA MATHEWS John Langford Master Appraiser s j,:'" ;.V,1 .\ ',. .o.d .96.229' ,

,';",.fiaYt i I month lorp",kjjcfcjsrt, 'lease .rio-tyajtraaiSJop and ceposjr.sequire4: BerJ l j .. .t villp/IBUSINESS),,, I (, ; REALTYR6AlTOR, ... Pavlin.Randolph.;. :. t'''' t. i ., .'. ." ', ,,,;:964.3160oy

',: : I 1011-B West Pratt 964-8073.. 11/24TF 'OPPORTUNITIESEUREKA L.964'' ; 4'4"6n ; I T Thoinfoq': ,' ,:4r-. .i i ti W i t. .".,...:; ,.,' .',. '. :;.- t9s4-4Z,

',STATE EMPLOYEES ,need home clo. to D.bra Connaughton .. .' .,. . .. . . 964-2833
," your work? W. have clean mobile The N.hen idling real .Ialo, why Mltle! for telling the whole town, when you can tee the whole world?
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:' home available. 4681323. 10/8 TF Am.rlcan Dream Your own beautifullog Listing Aent/or VA Acquired Properties -Area I & II
FURNISHED ROOM with air all utllltle business.
home and exciting Only
paid. From $37.50 _kl.,. Magnolia $24,900. Available worldwide. 'Information MOBILE HOMES Cltyi 1.38 Ac., great office location.
Hotel Walnut 51, by Post Office. TF and model location Call 1"'J7 CONCORD 3 BR. 2'/i bo; has Cltyi. $R 100; 3.5 acre, potential
THREE BEDROOM 1V4 both, clean, closeto 18006438344. fcon lot with wood commercial development area.
extro frame haue, city ,
prison. Call 4681323. 6/9TF CONSIDER EXCITING CHANGE loin utilities. (YOU HOOK YOU COOK! s i
)<,'V, I CLIAN FURNISHED HOMES, central AC,' 3,800 career cleaning servicespecialist. HOMES ft ACREAGE .
: ,", extra, reasonable rents. PINES .; SERVICE ,MASTER offer 1973 New Moan 12x60, with approx. Gelger Rd.i 2100 s.f. brick veneer, Hand-Fed Channel Catfish
:. !"\\j" : 496-2366 SR 121, Lake Butler. 7/14TF total business package training $2,500 10 acres, North of tawtey. 109th Ave. 'appro.. 10 acres, 4 BR. 2 Ba, CHSA
; ',r, ;" TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME for renton down. Call Jim Williamson 1919 Fleetwood 52x26. 3 BR, 2 Ba, city water S gas, front porch with swing l < Triple H Fish Farm ,:
''. CHSA, 1 acre near Bedford Lake.
,, 'I" 1 ocr. lot. Central air and heat. $250 800-639-6366 after dial tone, 698. attchmt, sunken living room,
month. 964-4238,10/27TF fcon ( HOMES family room with Ig. brick fireplace CALL 964-6182 FOR DIRECTIONS a OPEN TO PUBLIC

,,' ONI ACRI LOTS with mobile homes,\ ,FmHA Home formal dining ,room central vac
Several choose Colley Rd 3BR; 1 Ba, brick veneer, Price reduced
'\ ; ready to move Into system, new carpet.
j, from. Owner financing. Payment less CHSA,< Ig. chain link fence yard. Owner anxious to ..111 I.,

,.,:, than rent low down Payment. From Clair St.l 2 BR:. 1 Bo,. CHSA. with Union Ctyt 135 acre. 2700 sq.ft.
r; ,, $11,900,964-4238. 10/27TF lorg. family room brkk home. David Lawson Paint 8- Body Shop ,
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I\-'M'/;\' ; : S.R. 100 At Two 6.77 acre parcel BUILDING LOTS I ISt. Insurance Collision Work *Tree Estimates
"" ;Little Lake Santo Fei 100x160 ft. lot,
fl), \ : Off 301 N. wooded 8.50 ac, wwallS
... septic new septic tank approved for. well,, ,CR 22? NW 28th St. .' StariXe 964-6133'

r Lawtey! IB acres with 600 ft,,,Hwy. :Two. source-to lot. t ,
'. i" '129 frontage,1: Story House, Very nlce_

', nG r Cltyi one acre on Laura St./room. for: Remodeled recently, painted. Owner
several residential{ ,An"lou.l.! ,

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Susan M. Faulkner GRI, CRB President LAVERN H. OUTLAW :

EQUAL HOUSING 'REALTOR Broker r71 Hwy1. 301 S.

ERA Faulkner Realty, Inc. OUTLAW Thinking buying *>r Starke. FL c lIB: I .

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Located Hwy.301 .2 blks. S. of SR 100. 221 W. Lafayette St.DUPLEX 964-4522 ,
Evening* Weekends; / /
5TARKE. FL Homes.LOts''Acrcage. Waterfront .
IN TOWN! Good Income.
'+1 YR. OLD BRICK 3 BR. 2 Bo carport. In town. David L. Dodfc. MSA. CKAKM. Patty Kay Elder, MXA 7' Farms / Commercial ,, ': "

+DOUBLEWIDE TOWN Must see to appreciate. 3 BR. 2 Ba. 9M-5370
,*COUNTRY LIVING! Room to room. Hoi*e stall, large country house! m
ANEW LISTING ON HAMPTON LAKE Lucille C. SptyRes. SAMPSON LAKI ; 3BR121 1I2BA Two Story Log Home'on the Water,,CHftA .
*LEASE PURCHASE on 2 home Call for detail ; Opal DicksonKM. Stove, Refrl 8 Dishwasher; 3000 SF, Well S Septic Large Lot. '
*OVER 2.000 SQ.FT.i Only $45,000 Could be a show place with some TIC, 94-733? REALTOR! 94-1420 | IN THI COUNTRY 4BR/2Bo Brick, living ft Dining Rooms, Large Master

OVER 1500 SQ.FT.I 3 BR. 2 Ba. CB, fireplace 39500. Bedroom w/Walk-in Closet large Eat-In' Kitchen Fireplace, C &A..Well ft .

*THIS ONE HAS IT All 2074 >q.ft.. 3 BR, 2 boo (Jacuzzi, swimming pool: Ig.' I LINIUA Septic; all on 1 Ac.' ,
screen porch, fireplace, 2 1/4 acre has nice Ig. workshop. | WANT ,PRIVACY 2BR/2BA CB Home, large Living' .Dining Room, Family .

.: GRAHAM AREA over 1700 sq.f t, 3 BR. 2 boo fireplace, built-in BBQ grill: Room Kitchen w/Breakfast Nook, CHftA' Enclosed Garage, Well t Septic;

chain link fenced Ig. open shed with cement floor, I'/V ocre< Assumable mtg., Few of ourManyListings.COUNTRY 3 Ac. "
by qualify .-,V CLUBi brkk. over 1900*.f., formal) living ft dining room, family room MOVI HOUSI TO NEW LOCATION.' 2BR/1BA' Frame In Good Condition .

1 *NICI A I BR, 2 bo. stucco, 14S2 iq.fl., heat pump fireplace, fenced' recreation room or extra bedroom.. ,2'/i baths,>Jenn-Air range,. refrig., all for Stove ft Refrl 13.700 .
yard, Ig. utility room ft workshop Assumable mtg. under $80.000.CLOSI 1 ST.CLAIR STREET.2BR/1 BA Frame, AC Unit, Space Heater 10x24 Screened
'*3 ACRES well S septic (need to be checked),, TO COUNTRY CLUB Brick 3/2 over 1500 *.f.; )00X3001oi, 56000. Porch. 112x310 lot, $29.700.' .
14x83 113 MOIILI HOMIi 1 acre, partially furnished 17900. CROSSY LAKI CANALl 100x192 wooded lot, mobile home approved.!. ; GRAND STREET 3BR/1BA Frame Well t Septic, 2 Acre, ,
*I ACRES 3 BR. 2 bath. born. .IN STARKIi 3/1 frame good condition 22500.', OLD FASHIONED FRAME 451/i SA. Large living Dining Rooms, Porches. .
'*l 3/4 ACRES 3 BR. J Bo, C Block between Stork. S lake Butler. IMMACUIATI BEST AREA 3/2 many extra, on one acre,.A um. Mlg. all Around 100420 Lot w/Shod. Trees, City Water, Septic tank lowtey.
*| '" ACRESt lowtey area. .:37 ACRES of excellent land many fruit tree Fleetwood doublewlde.: 1 NEW RIVER JBR/1. BA SW. Mobtl.-Ham. In Good Condition; Well ft Septic

*pINEMEIZIi 2 BR. 1 Bo, material to finish 3rd M, fenced yard. new window CONVENIENT TO TOWN 3 BR. 2 Ba. 411) Laura. 37500. 9.5 Acre, ,
roof. 26500. WOULD YOU BELIEVE 65 plus acre for only $1500 per acre. Highway frontage.' | HANDYMAN SPECIAL Two-Story 3BR/2BA CB ft Frame; large living-",

: *LAKI STRIIT 2 BR house I BR efficiency rental Income) 1923/mo.< IRICKi. 3 BR. t'A Bo. CHftA,'over 1300 ..f.. In Starke. fenced backyard.. [ Dining Room w/Flreplace, Large Lot .

*WALDOt nice Ig. 3 BR. 2 Ba, t small 2 BR. 1 Ba; buy together or separate. ,,, ALMOST NEW DOUBLEWIDI on 40 acre, good land. $89,000. .
,beautiful land with pecan tr... BRICK 4 BR, 1.Vs ba Raiford area on 1 acre. SELECTED PROPERTIES
*HWY. 12113 BR, 2 Bo. brick veneer, on I beautiful acre. .POULTRY FARM RESIDENCE pullet form fully equipped on S acre, Storke. I I.' ACRES Power pole t well. Owner financing. Small down payment .

*4 BR, 1 BAi fenced yard convenient location., LANDt 34 ACRES on paved rood, nice property. owner financing. '.7 ACRES Two-Story Bldg w/llvlng Area Upstairs 6400 SF, Hwy 301 N,
NICE 3 BR. 2 bath white cut brick over block, 2299 q.ft., beautiful.pool. FRAMI BOMB Beautiful selling with pecan trees, on 2 acre, paved road I 20 ACRES SW Mobile Home w/Stove ft Refrl :2 Wells, Septic Planted
f'" Mimosa Drive. HAMPTON OAKSi Beautiful brick home on 1.58 acre. 2300*.f., ..c.llentwat.r. I Pine '
I ., BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME over 2.000 sq. ft., Crystal Lak. acc.... REDUCED I 44 ACRES .i Will Divide, Owner Financing' Good Terms. Breaker. .

GOOD INCOME 2 store presently occupied: In downtown Starke, 110 ACRES < Will Divide, Pecan Grove Well I SeptiC Owner Financing.

I COMMERCIAL'/ 1 3 ACRES Good Commercial Location,.Hwy. 16W.I T
.. Call One of Our Professionally .
Gift ACRI Zoned for Mobile Home.
,Jones Croft ct Shop .

I Trained Staff Today.::964-5069 Specializing In crofts, Craft supplies ct gifts I ONE-HALF I ACRES .ACRE Hwy. Ml. Zoned South.for Mobile, Home.. ;,

: / n 1 High Traffic Area LAKE GENEVA Large Lot 100 ft, on Water.
I LAKI LOTS Crosby ft Sampson Owner Financing.
After Hour Call These Realtor Associates., RENTAL 2 BR IBa.J Stove ct R.frlg.$275. -
; | LARGE ARIA OF LAND ,Northeast Section of City. .
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I! r .. Starke Area Ads > 1 1i Capt Stationed"'Air Force Dennis''Dennis S.C.Malott N.. Malott,

WAINWRIGHTPECANS IOn of Alice E. Malott of Savannah,

i, ., .....- Ga.; and Rolland Mallot of Or-
bisonia, Pa.i: has arrived for duty at,
wife\ Barbara, Is the
\" Mallot's ,
l tf MUSICAl INSTRUMENTS Ai low aiU HUNTERS SPEciAL! pine gun cabinet, STEPHEN SMITH LUMBER pressure Buy, Sell and Crack Pecans daughter of Lois maintenance Wilkison of Starke.
$ 99 pt.month. Coll 964 6946. TF hold 6-12 guns, 2. pull-out drawer, treated' 'lumber No. 2. and better' Mallot Is a super-
," NEWSPAPER! !PLATES aluminum, plenty of storage space underneath, 3x6x10 $3.35. 2.6.12 $4.60. Compare Indian River Navels and GrapefruitWe visor with the 363rd Aircraft Genera-
y' m.o.ur.t 24><36" $.25 each. Great for $325. Call 485.2563 after 6 p.m.. prices: We have rooting material and tion Squadron. He received a
,; Ship Gift Boxes of Fruit in 1988 from the Air
patching and r.poirs. TELEGRAPH 135 Brooder 2tchg Jl/24.t 12/1) vinyl tiding Itchg 11/24 master's degree
W. Call St 9M.630S. TF XMAS TREES Choose pnd cut live tree ALUMINUM KITS: complete delivered Force Institute of Technology',
':', ALICIA HAt In roll undor barn Delivery front 2000 shaped pin.A cedar I.10 to direct to you,''Carport.. screen. fooms, State Farmers, Market 301 North e Starke Fla. Wright-Patterson .Air. force Base,
I.., available. Arthur Catkins, 1'82.3727. Hwy 125, exit at Glen St. Mary:, go 12 Florida rooms, roofovert. pool ..ers nrr A w Ohio.
5/26TF ml N. on Hwy )2S. watch,for signs!. enclosure, etc Pre-cut or whol. with .- ..'
'OAK WOOD FOR SALES 533.2474.9/29TF 259.7703. 4tpd 11/24.12115'' Instructions, $500 min, 1.800.762.4308.
':' 1000 SUN8EDS, TONING TABLES: Sunal !PIANO FOR SALE Responsible party to (con'
li'' WOLFF Tanning Beds. SI.nd.rOu..t take over payments on spinel,-console. RV PARTS t SUPPLIES: low prices, ship
'Passive Coll for FREE color ploha Can. b. seen locally Call Credit ped direct. New air conditioner $529; FOR SALE BY OWNER Social Security
f'" catalogues Save 1o 50% Dept 904 254 8232 3tpd 11/24.12/S newt )14 awning $569: refrigerators
gr'' .. 1.800.835.3826. icon AKC !PEKINESE !PUPPIES have had all water heaters, toilets, hitches. $300 Payments ShouldBe
J,' SEAT LIFT CHAIRS If yow'r a Medicare shots.6 weeks old, real cute. SI 50, minimum order 1.8OO.762.43OB. Icon e One &Two Acre Mobile Home Lots.$3.5OO ancj:/ Up Received on-Time
f','wltho, qualifying condition, 9646705 Itpd 11/24 New 2 BR. 2 BA Home In Craham... .$40.000, ,
I. call,toll free number for more inlormaSion HOTPOINT ELECTRIC RANGE: 6 mos. old
The Social Administration -
e 200 Acres near Theressa........$1.000 acre Security
1.800.445.4174 fcanNEW
t'I. KITCHEN CABINET DOORS'CHEAP) SEVERAL S300 964.4286Itpd ITEMS '19 Sylvania 11/24 color TV lk.autlful1ake lots 1 On paved road In Hawthorne $25.000 and Up wants to be sure that everyonewho

.(: you* kitchen for !less than $100. $200: 2 gas furnaces $300 each; 5 ceiling Building Lot In Smokerlse Subdivisions...Keystone $5.000 is eligible for Social Security(SS1X or
," Shelf available also Call 9648136. fans SIS each: 2 air, conditioners, 2 Lots and Mobile Home..Keystone.... $22,500 supplemental security income
964.4889. 3tpd U/J7-I2/I 27,000 BTU a 6500 BTU $200 for the' Train: e 2.0OO SQ. FU.. .Home on 2 1/2 Ac; Rent or Sale$40O/Mo payments receives them on time and
in the amount. Before makingany
USED CARPET AND USED BEDS: 12x18 pair: 52 gal water heat.S6S.f two coffee
; rust, orange end blue 964.6744. 2tchg, tables; three octagon end tables. 'To Be A FOR RENT decisions about someone's case,
2 Homes 2 miles north of Starke 3 BR 1 BA. completely Rimlsh
1: '11/11'.2.4 1978 Dodge Omni S40O as Is. Call all the information is carefully con-
", 964.4294 anytime. Itpd 11/24 ProfessionalSECRETARY _' $500/Mo ,sidered.
Ocala l National Forest hunting & fishing retreat on If someone is not eligible or no t

Rodman Res voirm..... $25,000 longer eligible for payments or that
SEC/RECEPTIONIST the amount of payments should be
.E7 EC. SECRETARYStart BRADFORD LAND & CATTLE COMPANY'. changed a written notice about the
locally,tull-time/part-trme.' Ronald E. Newman. Sr. decision is sent. That decision may
Learn word-processinfl & related 473-2157 'Evenings be appealed, and if it was' wrong, it

secretqrlal Skh Home study end e Instant Financing No Points a Reasonable Interest RatesHERITAGE'VILLAS s will be changed.
resident training/ National .. There are four steps in the appeals
headquarters.. Pompano Bch;'FL process. Generally, they' must be
FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE taken in orden; They ',are-'
JOB PLACEMENT ASSlST"NCE1".8004323Q04 1-reconsideration; 2-hearing by an
administrative law judge; 3reviewby
jpniiiiniiiiimffia the Appeals Council,. and
THE HART SCHOOLDIV. 607 ,Bradford Court In Starke :4-Federal court review.
;" OF A.C.T. CORP. .A reconsideration is a complete : i ,"
Accredited Member Application's .fot review of the claim by someone who ,'
NHSC immediate did not take part in the original deci- '"
: Salk occupancy are:; ,sion.All the evidence originally sub- ',' ,
Aluminum being accepted on, a L & 2 mitted will be looked at again. Any t' :" ,
BR, apartments.:; Monthly 'additional evidence submitted will '
& Const. Inc. be considered also. '.
I payments front $220 plus .
Serving Melrose, Keystone A Starke areas I n utilities. Handicapped who There have are been special receiving rules benefits.

Since 197S" i units ,are' ,also available., because they are disabled and have
SCREEN PORCHES PATIO COVERS Rental information ,'and medically improved. Jn the recon,
SIM ; POOL ENCLOSURES CARPORTS Train toTRAVEL I be a applications 'are' 'sideration process, they may meet
with disability officer and
a hearing
GLASS & VINYL WINDOWS 1 AGENT ; "'available at. the Rental explain in person why they believe

WOOD a CONCRETE DECKS TOUR GUIDE Office', 607 Bradford they ,are still disabled. They also

.HT 11111111 ITIIU ROOFOVERS SWIMMING POOLS AIRLINERESERVATIONIST Court, "StarkeMonFri. i i may ask to continue paying benefits
while a decision is made on the ap-
9-5:30 p.m.Call 964-6216, .
FREE' FOR '""AL 'p There are also rules .
Start HOUSING OPPORTUNITY special: for "
locally time/part time>
; 'IQI QUALITY'SESTIMATES Train on live airline computers. people who were receiving SSI,
rnijiinui = SAKE, Home study and Resident Training.Nat'l checks and 'a decision has been
; GF CALL, I Hdqtrs, Pompano Bch. Flo. made that they are no longer eligibleor

r"ii!! li! it OR SAlK FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE reduced.that their payments continue should be to ." '
i Killhttt IS '
i\ : 375-11O6 considered while their case is .
:ib ......... !' ', Someone who does not agree with
t l r+ 2800 N.W.74Ih PL, ( 1-8OO-432 3OO4Hccredited the reconsideration decision may .:

l' 8tv Mayer. Manage Septic Tanks ask for a hearing br; an administrative -
State Certl. CRC010166 Member MISC) law judge. The administrative
law judge had no partin
either the original or reconsidered
Highway 121 East.Raiford decision! The administrative; law
i"o&K jBLdfeke a decistori"based'or!
_. ,.., i'I __ 1 4 :A1. s." ; aieiaJ i 1V I | '%MBByiL> iformatlon Includin .
r 1 i rf rs'e bbV..i.t1: iIIIa: apt i any flevtolfJhnation given.
-T A person who does not ,agree with j
the hearing decision may ask for a '
Fill Dirt 18 yds. $60/Load Top Soil review by the Appeals Council. The .
Appeals Council considers all re- .''
or: Sand quests for review, but it may deny a
L request if it believes the decision by
: the administrative law judge was

.,', ,. Backhoe Work correct. If the Appeals Council
Replacing decides the case should be reviewed, '", ,
;: :'.;: :: ), ,I : Drainfield\ it will either decide It or return it to ,:' -
: '. \ an administrative law judge for fur- '.'" .
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'I ( People who do not agree with the
.NoW'accepting applications for our new, store inl Fishponds Dug' Umerock Appeals Council's decision may filea '' .
law suit In a Federal district court.
/: Also Available They may also file a law suit if the

,. l Starke, :Florida Appeals Council decides not to

'/;' *'\\I"; ) :' : ** review If you the have case.any questions about
: !.,%' .,:l\:" "' appealing a Social Security decision, ,
: ,please'call the Gainesville Social
Security office.The people there will, -
be glad to help you. The phone
Full Time .(Experienced .Preferred), ?lM number for Bradford County is ...
964-5066 or for Alachua,376-2575. '
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Meat ManagerGrocery Manager 375 Sq. ,Ft. ::\ ,(:
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Drainfield '- 30" :Mound 'For Spring Festival I ,'l\f'\:,s':;,l'(f/if',I)/(li ( ,".\.|. ;

Customer" Service Manager. Artists and entertainersDon't be" ,"'."'V"\," :
shyt Step right up and get your ap-''" '' .1.>.' \1""' '.' .
plication to the 20th Annual Spring ". -<
Arts' Festival. ,on April 12 in : '1 t'> .,. "
Full. Time $1200Greg ,Gainesville. ': 'Ii .',.,''
( Juried visual arts exhibition with
I : $20,000 in cash prizes and purchase
Meat' Wrappers Frozen Food &' awards.Deadline for artists to apply: ,
I is Jan. 10, 1989; deadline for enter. ",' ,
Health: Griffis tainers Is Jan. 23.
& Beauty. 'Dairy Clerks 431 194"1 So don't wait ill it's too late.Call or -
Owner write the
Spring Arts Festival ON '" '
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32602. (904) 372-1976, Nancee Clark' ." ::'y,:" \';,'.

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100 ACRES .Ix room IWUM and born. TO DRINK GENEVA Mobile Home Park,
Owner will finance, S2000/Acra. THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS! K.,.,_., Partially furnished, from SEWING MACHINES CLEANED oiled and 1912 BRICK
Phone 964-7771 or 964-4537. 10/20TF WANT TO STOP? $ month. Call 473-7560. adjust tension In. your homo. Special '-'.5.,0.20 ACRES or larger for sate. 45.000
20tpd orglnal miles, leather
SHORT ON CASH*f THAT'S OURS 1495. Repair all brands. Work N.w two bedroom, 2 both doublewldeen Interior $2,500.
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NO Down Payment Und I Alcoholics Anonymous 1 BR COTTAGE near library,'furnished, guaranteed. 473-7862. 11/3 tfnchg one or more acres Call; 496-3939, Call 496-2784, Itpd. >\1/23
CHILD CARE Mother of 3 old. Nice
Package deals oil .land and now, ** .41 SO or"" ."t. AC. $240: mo. Lake privilege, environment excellent year days. 4S4-IS99. evenings. Hn/cha.
mobllo' homo with. set-ups. 1 ecre-up., pd thru 12/29 473-4961. 11/3 tfnchg 11/23 .care. 4730845. ,9/15 HOMES FOR SALE
Many with lorgo ...k. and, CHAIN LINK FINCH Installed. Freeestimates WHITE SANDS LAKE 3 BR furnished Itpd ,.<

tanks Owner Tommy Roddlsh. 964.8559 TF 11/10-12/1 ( HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call'' repair). Delinquent tax property.
RALPH BRYAN REALTY BULLDOZER WORK $40,, per hour 1100 SQ. FT. HOME .3 BR/1Vi 8A. very ,LaRu. Leveling Service I, for all your PIANO FOR SALE Repossessions. Call 1(805)687-6000.( )
9MM7ICOMMERCIAL 782-3306, If no answer, 782-3934, leave clean, In Clay County 4"years old, foundation repairs, Keystone, ,take over Responsible party to Ix,. GH-1136, for current repo h.,.
nom and numbor. 8/25TF fenced back $450 4737721. 7/9TF payments on spinetconsolepiano.
yard. mo l$150 Can b. 11/17I1tpd. 1/3
seen locally Coll Credit
WELL DRILLING, PUMPS A; SERVICE Dur. security deposit. 1-259-6271 or THREE BEDROOM 2 BATH BRICK HOMEon
PROPERTY Dept 1(904)254-8232.( ) 11/17 '
ranee Pump t Co. 3tchg.
Supply Wafer 1.259.2138.4tchgl1/10.12/1 12/ 5 acres, near Worthington Springs.
Avo., US 301, Stark., Fl 32091. 9/8TF Florida A Used fenced bock
room separate gorago.V.ryprlvat. yard. Priced In mid 70's.
only one winter, $50 for all thr...
LAWN SERVICE residential and commercial .. S25O month $100, security, RAT Buy, sell and trade collectible Call 496-2784, or 1 leave message. Itpd
BUILDING FOR RENTt Baby swing $::20. Call Providence
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vacuumed Items and 11/23
mowed, cypress 1-A59-2779 4tehg 11,7-12/8 antiques. Used furniture,
Downtown Stork.. $200 Can 7551926. Itpd. 11/23
monthly. mulching, trees removed '964-4238. ON LAKE GENEVA 2 BR/2 BA. 20X40 glassware, jewelry and much moreCome -. FOR ,
remodel fa toll, at negotiable price. $2,500 YOU CAN PURCHASE SS.000
10/27TF don, kltch.n 'equipped, see for yourself. On. mile east
Phone 964-6305, John TFm| carport,, (appraised value) worth of fur FOR RENT
RENTAL SERVICE with operator only 473-3794.. 2tchg 11/17.24 of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. antique .
OFFICE SPACE 500 sq. ft. for rent on Forklift, boom and dump truck LAKE FRONT EFFICIENCY Cottage. $225 473-2183. 11/3) Hnchg nlture. Call 4962842.; : Itchg 11/23 ,
Hwy 301. Stark. Apply at Durranco' trailers, rollback \MOBILE HOME '
and towing. If you mo. Include. electric and water Fur. Three bedroom on 1 acre
Pump I Supply, 964-7061. 8/25TF want to move It, tow It, raise It,,or ,fished screened porch, carpet car CARS.TRUCKS.BOA TS HELP WANTEDTEXAS land, with hard road frontage. Coll
across whatever check with 384.9374 4962842. Itchg 11/23
us. Maybe we port. ,or 473.2909. 2tpd
KOA/Walmarl. 964-8848 of eves can help. George or George II, Ricks 11/23-12/1
PRIME COMMERCIAL BUSINESS PROPERTY SU-U Salvage RETIREMENT, 9645184. 2tpd 11/10-24 KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES! lovely 2 BR. 2 ''USE. Two 16' flsh/skl boats, each with, mature person now In Lake Butler ,LOOK, JUST OUTSIDE RAIFORD city
Hwy. 21, 150 fl. highway Irontago long term 468-2619.HOME Day week, both masonry home, freshly painted, good trailer and motor. One has 60 HP area Regardless of experience, write: bath limits mobile home furnished, 3 BR':j!'
for talo by owner, 473-9278. 'Across MARSHALL'S stay. 11/17TF now carpet, garage, CH1A fireplace Chrysler that needs head gasket-only T.G. Hopkins, Box 711, For Worth, Tx. front I back screen porch, AC,
from Century 21, Itpd 11/24 HANDYMAN SERVICE Near Golf cour... $450 month. Call $900 total! The, other has 55 HP 76101.) Itpd. 11/23 central heat, shade trees, private yard
minor home repairs Call 964-4977, lie Century 21 Brooker 473-4903. 4tchg Evlnrude, possibly on. cylinder shot- X.RAY TECH weekend position. 7 arm and drive. $275 month, $150 deposit.
WANTEDWANTED RITIWAY 0.11782.ROOFING 2tpd 11/17-24 11/24-12/15 only $750 total Boats In good shape. Saturday to II p.m. Sunday A.R.R.T. ,Want last long. 4311568. Itpd 11/24
COt re-roofs, new Call ,
473-4013. leave for
message. :2tpd more Information contact. Condi
roofs, shingles, leaks fixed. 964.3392, '
FARM ANIMALS 11/17-24 Thompson 253-3151. NOTICE'
964.2976.964-7612. ext. 212, 11/23
) PROPERTY RENO AREAl 2tpd 11/17-24 2tchg! 12/1 '
CHILD CAM i i i i
Please writ. P. O. Drawer 280, Starko, IN MY HOME day and/or BRAHMA HEIFER !5 months old, HOMES j
Flo. 32091. 4/7TF night. Mature, reliable, dependable, Innately 375 IDS., $350. Coll 473-0656. ADVERTISING should be sub..
misted to the
conveniently located. 964-8523. 2tchg Union County Times of.
11/17-24 4tchg 11/17-12/8 BRICK VENEER :3 BR/2 BA, one-half fice In writing and paid In advance
SCHOOLSUNITED OWN YOUR OWN BROKERAGE FIRM for block ,from elementary school ,unless, credit Is already,established
less than $500. Call 964-5384. 3tchg I YARD SALES 473.7707 4tpd 11/324 c ;...0 with this office.
TRUCK MASTER. Truck Driver 11/24-12/8 1100 SQ. FT. 3 BR/2 BA. large family ,o. THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD

Training. D.O.T. certification, job CONNI'S CLOWN EMPORIUM Having a 'YARD SALE 2 Atari's with games, TI .room with hr. lots. In ground pool, ... RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
placement assistance, financial aid party? Need a clown or California Computer, toys, more. Sat.. Nov. 26, close to schools. $10000 equity and .-. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
available, correspondence/resident-' Raisin? Call for Information and oppt. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. 4734818. Itchg 11/23 assumeVA; 'loan. 473.7882.' 2tchg THE TELEPHONE.
training, accredited member NHSC. 9642985. Open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.Sat. 11/17-24 The chameleort'4' tongue Classified, deadline Is MONDAY, "i5
Call 11/24-12/11 BY OWNER Keystone Club Estates, 3 Is P.M., prior to
toll-free 18003463112. Headquarters 4tpd NOTICE as long as its body. Thursday publication.
: Clearwater Florida. fcan IKK BULLDOZING way blade $40 per Br/2 BA concrete block with central, \, ,'<> .... Minimum charge "Is 15 words for S3.50,
hour land clearing, site prep, fishponds ,CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted air S heat fireplace. Wooded lot, utility ", then, 15 cents for each word thereafter
ANIMALS & PETS rood work 964-8503 or shed with power I many extras,
to the Lake Region Monitor office 39500. .73.2513. ,
782-3928. 1124TFHOUSECLEANING 4tchg I/17-12/8
FOR SALE FOR HOLIDAY In writing and paid In advance HOME FOR SALE by owner 3/2. central

SEASON OR GENERAL e Reasonable unless credit Is already' establishedwith air/heat'near' school, Pecan St. Built I' '
3 REGISTERED QUARTERHORSES for tale, From 5-9 p.m. call 964-3406 or from 8 MONITOR this office, I under Farmers Home 473-4216 or r rA
BE '
1782.3336.4\chg ((1/17-12/8 a.m.-5 11/24-12/1 p.m., 'call 964.3172,, 2tpd RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN' 4737983., 2tpd, ,11/23-12/1 itJo ,

'SEWING MACHINES All makes and THE TELEPHONE., FOR SALE, golf hole must be 4 1/4 inches )in diameter
t., V. DURRANCE models'cleaned, oiled and. adjusted Classified deadline Is 11:00: o.mTu.1. least 4 inches deep,. and at
'S15. 19 years experience.. All work day prior to Thursday publication.. FISHER ,WOOD BURNING STOVE
PUMP & SUPPLY guaranteed. Hwy. 233 S 16 (MorganRd. Minimum charge Is 13 words for$3.50, Baldwin 77 organ,Alvarez 5 string ban'
10 .,-, .._- .. .). Call 9648733. for house calls, I then 15 cents for each word thereafter jo.' Telephone 475-3100 otter 5 p.m. '
11/10TF 4tchg 11/10.12/1 LAKE BUTLER flPflHTmERTS
Well WANTED copier sale <
Drilling I room, 2 room minimum: 5 rooms with paper and toner $200.,473-3681, Now taking application for 1-2-3-4 bedroom Units. These

special $...75. Prices good thru Dec. 'HAIRSTYLIST needed with at least two', 4tchg 11/10-12/1( all-electric units are spacious with lots of closet space and all have'walltowall
2"to 6 20. We specialize in DuPont Teflon
,Rotary pro years experience,following preferred 4 SPEED -, for Chevy 4 i wheel. drive.. carpet ;and kitchen
tector. Stain I odor removal, water Shear Perfection 330 S. Lawrence 4733160. Itchg 11/23 crapes appliances. On-IIIelcundry I 'I'
damage and carpet repairs, Call TB facilities:: Rental assistance available for qualified
Blvd. Keystone. 4737323. 2tchg GELDING 17 hands, 13 years old >, applicants.
Pumps 964-4485 7 o.m.-o p.m. Mon-FrU 11/17-24 well trained. Not for beginners. Asking For application and Information
964-8961 7 m.-6 p.m. 964-8961 after HAIRSTYLIST Full 0' : $650. 473-7733.1tpd,11/2 "
All size' p.m. 3tpd 11/10-24 'Cosmetologist license required.part-time Excellent ., 100S Please SW see 6th us'at Shoot 1: r

starting salary plus comm! '
slon. 475-221. 4tchg 11/23.12/15) lako Butler Fl 32054 .............
;:; WOW''t ''TEXAS' REFINERY CORP. Needs mature AFFORDABLE! Or Call 496-3141 ...,
person now 'In Keystone Heights or.a,>
0 Regardless of experience, Writ. T.G., T.H.E."ADortmcmt
3 Bedroom House Hopkins. Box 711 Fort Worth. ,TX -
//101)1 -41. 'JI.r "\ l Ii For Sale 76101. 2tpd 11/23-12/1 922 E.DI'OWDlee St..
Be j ii; .. I... ,.
To MovedTo -'a r. -
SHOWROOM 'CampBlandfD :

For Your Plumbing Ports Only Your$7,800 Lot! LAKE GENEVA' waterfront property. 964-7133.n.32091 Forest Park :Apartm its

Owner financing. 10MX, interest: An apartment complex designed for
moderate i9,.
$8000 down for $52,000. Call (407)9687191.2tpd
964-7061 Col Thomas ; Income families. No rental assistance

House Movers 1123.121NOTICEL ZS., 3BR. available Attractive I & 2 DR/I Ba apb...
864 N, Tmpl Av*.. Stark
7522318.7525825GLORIA'S familyoriented. range, refrigerator carpet central heat & air "S '
.withlaundry pallo and laundry; Free water sewer& "'
Nights ft W.*k.nd. rarbage. Rent $185 $220 mlnlmuraTwo

964-7578 'e Did You Sell Your Property? complete. handicapped apartments avail.
e Do You Receive Payments On a andlarre'playgrouotl For lDIatS/JlppUcatfalll
Mortgage or Agreement for Deed? EJEQUN. S Forest PeA Apartments -778 NE let _. Leke Butler.Fl 32O64

MUSIC HOUSE (StudIo) e Wouldn't You Rather Hove ALL .,HWISINC (904)4Q8.S43 E.H.O.m .
Cash Now? Low Income

INSTRUCTORS RICHARD KELLOGG Sf GLORIA BRYANT Call Fred Farnsworth for Details S.e.B' ,, Houstng '

LESSONS GUITAR. BANJO AND ELECTRIC BASS 1800-545-4991 vents for ;30. of Your ii- Maines Real Estate

Income If Ou.ty ,
,CALL 964-8210 Tues-Frl 11.7.*"San-Mon 102Bradford' Uc. Mtg. Broker Inverne s. FL you
; '
::! ((904)) 496-3978


OFFICI WJILDINCi 175 W,.'Main St.. lake Butler paved parking lot, 94900.
m '
Properties t' .
Possible lease with option to buy .
0"I ACRES with frame building; formerly Stoplight lounge S35.000.
& ,Investments Inc., JkI owner, financing. '
: "
TRANSMISSION. INC. '...ion.: ..
f -N '-Suzanne Kitchens :Heater) Radiator Repair ,RESIDENTIAL BUILDING LOTS Approx., 2 acres, In town, heavily,wooded.

,964"':76 0,J Uc. Real, Estate'Broker f K Core,SyeelalUtHealer ,, $11,500" to $12,000. Owner financing.....HOMES.,.. ': ,

*! I Water Pumpe Ports -LAKE AVENUE 2 BR.'"1 Da masonry home, carport, large lot. 25000.

"*',. (FREE,'Cooling: -3 I..'a Ba 1984 Fleetwood MH on 2 acres. $33,9OO. I ':"',

..FOR RENT...,,. ,
$ :3.300 Special building lot., Close to town. Restricted System Inspection), ? 'MOBILE HOME LOT In town, $75 per month. ,".\;,'' >
Area L FUce In Town TO Tsxe A LMJU1O -T IID.OOM,1 Bo HOUSE. In town, $200 per month :" "

$ 22.OOO.'8 3/4 beautiful wooded acres drains well,good lOonier aOl>SRia | US East Main St., Lake Butler, .. : (,"

serf]l. lots of oak&holly trees. : '
Harriett Main '
I o Realtor
0h :
$ 41.OOO. Cute as a button masonry home freshly ,

potted. .
$ 33,500 SAVE $ $ $ In town masonry home comer lot !h

$ 25 000 *Waterfront lot oak & pine trees dock Included.

$ 69.000| Spacious home In town with extra large lot r
and rice trees. s

$165,000.Hampton Lake waterfront..High tech home '

on 1.7 acres,very private: Jimmy Williams:

$ 19,000 Fisherman's Paradise Crosby Lake' Waterfront I All Types Roof RepairNo -
Lot Very secluded.

'$, 22.000 Skirted doublewlde.'screen porch priced for" ''i lob too big or too small! IBi JANE S. USHEI

quick said ,19 y.E.p..DC.:; :

.$ 52.00O Country home on one acre with assumable "' Anytime Your Union County Realtor
mortage,no qualifying *ree Estimate. l ,782-9x66: r496-2126 or 496-2903,

COMMERCIAL INVI:9TMENT9!: L ; .' .' 1 i 360 W/ Main St Lake Butler'

15OO sq.ft.; steel warehouse zoned DL.W,Just reduced!
PINE ,FOREST APARTMENTSNow LAKE BUTLER... Lovely 3/3 home on 2 ACRES IM blocks from Main St. In
Loke Butler In excellent' neighborhood this properly hoe beautiful' trees
10O ft. on Hwy.; 301 South $25.000 oak., tolnes end dogwoods,to nom a f_. Home hoe finished hardwood
Accepting Applications for floor, double-car garage aid privacy. PRICED TO SlUt

Busy Intersection corner for sale on Hwy. 30 1. Call 2 &::3 BR ; WORTWNOTOM SI'IIINGI..c-.try setting surrounds hMs S bedroom
for details. Apartments Starting at$195, home with flreploce.ust| In time far winter. Approximately 1 ocr. with
bam makes this on Ideal pick to oet out of town.
WORTHINGTON tPRINOS.., 2-story home (Handyman special) up to 48
Sub Shop for lease .-High traffic area. CH/A, Fully Equipped Kitchen Cable. Ready ACRES ......... Owner will sell as .INN. a. S acre. Beet port to OWNER

Madison FINANCING available. to qualified" buyer.THIS WONT LAST LONG.Owner
.. 1530. W. Street 'OOUAL would consider ".._with option to purchase- qualified person.PROVIOCNCI..6H .
o Starke 964-6312 r r I HOOSINaOPPORTUNITY Acres off M 3M with motXI home. Possibly some
finance to qualified buyer.
y owner
; Mon Pri i 9'SPM: .LAM BUTLER. lots _I......t lotto* Lake Ave. 2 Mock from MlaV i

EHxson Wood Products Inc. die and High School. 2 other lot located 1 block off Main St.OWNER- WILL{

FINANCE tote already surveyed. t ,
'LAKE BUTUR..J lots and 2 mobUe.. homes _1W>Io. Owner will' finance i
Mulch Pine Bark 'FOB SAX.E vacant lot or mobile. home and lot combined. j i
Cypress t4 : k ; WORTMNOTON SPRINOS_.Snwuttful 7 eves near Santa Fa .....,.Wood ,
f Fi l Dirt'pyTofc Soil ed. lots of rood froolooe.. Owner will sail.. I acre or more. ALSO OWNER ,
You Pick Up or We Denver E FINANCED.

.. .. lit 1_ %, targeVorCsmairLoads, : l rof'itirn,;; roc'k{'" '#" RAIFORD..Country IMog can't be beat an this FARM. Has ell you need towalk

We Also Have Red Heart Cypress Lumber : ; right In and .tart forming. Comfortable Home, Tractor and EquIp.
$IT>fiocldr! Work",\:' Backhce,;';:,' Buldozer; r ,ft.9 f/: ,merit fish. pond posture crop "land.j .
R V.:' .0WNIIt
*, fDA j SHAW SUBDIVISION.BR. IV* be,CB homa. Includes oppIIanao.

964-6649 < r 1 t '65.82. .e' 9 64=60Q, I ANXIOUS. Priced right to seHI '

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[6 Hour Tapes (( --1 MODEL RS1220 or on Sale '
+ Dual Cassette Deck with High Speed
Gilbratar 319 Dubbing /l '.'
Belt-Drive Turntable
99 00'
AM/FM Tuner
Headphone Jack.
'_ .5-Band Graphic Equalizer
31"Tower Speakers.

G.E. 13ouoonat Remote Control Color TV '

$ 'f' uutl'II-I"i GE.Wq bring good things to life.

4. 9 9. MODE DUAL :l "Bathmate"FMAM ta

CONTROL Radio/Clock

i m-- Keep track of tl me*nd listen to music and ,
r- //t; news while you're In the bathroom.Con- I 1 I I
temporary wall-mount design saves counter -
"%1'/',,"", FIRS1' 5 apace Battery operated(for cord free i, II) I I It
5 use.((4"C"cell batteries not Included.) I i I I
Radio lifts off bracket for I 1I t I f
1- use ae a porta-
.. ,. ",I j'idi", O 0 ble.LCD clock shows time and date. I ..
:, ,'Jih, ;i'a Touch-pad electronic controls for On/Off J' I
,', \'.:';'gf\f1!\ .: and Bandselection.ConvenientwellI I ,
'Ii D mount bracket Is to Install on most
a"'{..+Ifilln.(}4 easy
', [ ",fJI, wall surfaces. l
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.V\.I-/I-, ,\ / OE* alhmat "Includes I I I1 ,
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,' w $27.95' mount Modal bracket.7-4204, +: I I L ''II'I' I I,
Panasonic'Microwave: .

Oven -

.. .. Variable! Power Cooking 90 Minute
;,, ; ti
Browning Pans II '

'$ '
RENTTO'OWN .299 Cassette'gyAStrosonic': -

97.OO, ,a 'week, ,for 'a "year ,
Tapes, : $ O O9
',' Cook A-Round Turntable, Full Size 1.4 cu. ft. .,1

I ";iv\1:,:,: Auto. Weight Defrost ,, ,
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20' a/.OON. Stereo Remote (
-::,' I Color TV'MODUtJMi N I. 25"OUOOMU. Remote Control 's' I I'r
,;' 4 itl, Table Top Color TV
,:':\,. p ,"' 1.Dual mode remote control '' 42&18Diul J41
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Built-in Merto/bilinf/ capabilityOnKmn '
( mode rcmot control
"I':'::'Y/"i,.,:I., time ft channel display with l last channel ''A .NVitlon'kture a SyilemOiMcrem > 9" Diagonal ... '
,! '' viewed .
; ) channel display with bit channel" viewed PORTABLE. COLOR TV
I .,' ,''I"" .147 channel cable capability ,Auto Color System. Model 96P221 r''
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'.', ,', :: ': .Auto contrail programmingHigh picture' N ,.B Auto programming with 147 channel" cable capability .Auto Color System automatically .
,'<" ';.High. tech tllvei finish on high impact plastic, ,.High contrail picture tube. 1,adjusts color
I. \.,' 'L" .Rosewood finish on high Impact plastic 100% Solid State Chassis for long life .
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1nV'/';( \ and reliability ,*, v' T
"I'i' ': ; '' '' $125.00 FREEMovieRentjils E :'," .AdvancedDeslgnB. ckM.1trlxpkture'' 'W'{ ':''' 7""V;: :.
tube system ;v;' '', '
$$150,00 of FREE "
.Coax cable antenna connector .' '. :.: :
1 Walnut finish on high Impact plastic .
,M'R en t a I s
((85 FREE Movies) < '
((100 Movies)

Sony '19"" Color T:.'V., ,..... ._

., ',With Remote Control

and Many Features

1926 R ''I

$ 99rliETr I _.:: F\she Compact Disc
!: 8"7

" &Tax 1 3 Model AD724A
... with $299
f: 12 Monthly Payments Digital,Audio,Player
- of $38.00 Per Mo. Wireless Remote

; With Down'Payment ,_

i" For all you'Football Fans Who Are Going
I r': to the Gator or Tornado football games and want to

Radios listen to the announcer on the radio.?.we: 'have your:

" __ 'Sony headsetl I ,
, CFFW SOl, KFC88W KFA1OWJ '1 < >

y, 17999. '$ 6,49 sZ leg o Many Sonyor'GE Selections $19 ;95! ;<<.

;. aoy. to Choose From: Priced: I. ,";"1;";',.


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;" ,'" Bradford, Square Shopping\Center Starke 964-6946
''' "." /. Ad Prices Good Through Noy. 24 Now i

.;Marantz 50 Watt, Eveready ForChristinas

ftV Speakers Energy Batteries' :"" I

Reg., 89.95 each AA 4/Pk
Gorilla A Small Down Payment
Reg. 3.89$2.99Ea ,
fI ? will Get You Started
$ Amplifier'
69.95Sony ,
with Your Christmas
R- CD 30 List..layaways must"
Reg; 149.00 RC 4/Pk. 2.25$1.89pk- .be paid out and picked '

$ 119.OO. up by Friday.Dec.'23.
I -
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90 ,Min. MaxeU

Cass., Tape 90 Min.
Package'of 5 ,
MODEL750; <( Car Radio Cass. Tape
Quartz tuning-Frequency Synthesized -

..100Channel-CableCompatible $9 95 11'' 1.We uiuiioioo u p uppuupwiaounonpMmuuupiuwouin, qi iaaup uuai gnuuiiouiim u
.Special Effects In EP Mode'' Reg. 19.95 89 Each
2 Event/7 Day Timer $ $j VI1S HQ TABLE MODEL,VCR
8 95
14 Function Wireless Remote,, 2 I9 MODEL'VG-7515'

On-screen Remote Progrmmrng"

,Auto Program FrequenCySyntheslzedweryrsx ,
Tuning" ,
; a5 r 110-Channel Cable-Compatible Tuner'

\ Have" Five ,Repossessed Keep :intouch '.OneVTouch.Recdrding..4-Eyent: 1-Year Programmable n.9.By'Tlme

Direct Access Remote Control'
,!, : .

r VCR's, &Son\C \ : $. ,
The GE Search 3WalkieTalkies 319 [
'P '"
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,.,4- : i 1-543
Black end grey color'
14 Igeal for hunters scouts:hikers,fisher, Your Best'Buy in Home Entertainment.
"F'001"1 J.'o EACH ; men and fun lovers who need to keep in I
s- touch while outdoors.Operates on 49
MHz one-channel',and features a flexi- -
I, f _.. ,whip antenna that resists breaking.Handy ',,", ,: .' ,"'&/;<
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belt clip that be
can re-
".. '.. r'Casio:fir 1' do" G brattur; I Star''20"r ,eov d Cover by:'FuJ A *.-, *....* ;

Keyboard VCR Tapes Banton :: ne-vearwarrantv'f

$ Reg:,4.99 Reg,. 18.95 II 16.95 ,

..$3 991695 .
I 'S. gsnMonpaek.p.. MoDECompactSP ace Saver Design,
Pro-Feet "'Four Video Head System'

; I". .,:' 'r, ,,.. ', 'I, .+On-Screen Remote Programming ,
: : : Auto,.Program Frequency Synthesized
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",., 3'' :","',",,',:i: I : : Special Of The Year ,:" ,' ',:"::', ";/:;'':;':': I' '.''Tuning 155-Channef ble-CompatdleTuner
\ I ; 1-Month Programmable Timer
I" -
." ,. Unified TV VCR Remote ControlFISHER
,:"\,,:::',, ,' '120 Watt, ', per ,Channel S s t.'I, __I IN '

: ,/,' ;\\N < : :,:', ', ,26 ,Function Wireless Remote $ $
I Regil99'.t
: ,',\"')";, rj, .:'('" ""I 'Disc Auto Compact Disc Changer15" :- 369 ,

3 Bass Reflex Sale $999,
,;'Speaker System: ,' ,, -

Payments From,$60 Per'Mb. 'For;:24-Mo.
1 *1 "

Great 50 Watt Svstem ,Fisher Auto

AM-FM, Stereo Turn'Table Disc Player: !
0 Dual Cassette 5 Disc capacity .J-' i
32 Selection Program !!!!!!= !
'Reg.$599 On Sale From Payments' sao 30 Button Wireless' -I! lam-

-- P+er mo. remote ___ .
$469, fofiaMo. FWD.REW& SKIP Sale
I lllitIllhI1uII1IIII( )I Reg. $399 $349
Fisher VCR r Reg.,499.00 6300
nil 1tll ::4
I Head/On Screen Programming
Super. Sound, 122 Channel Cable,.*Compatible Tuner
28 Function Remote with Auto-Scan Channel Search
Reg$699 J "5? '21 Day 6 Program with Dail /Weekly repeatBuy
On Sale r Per mo.t '' Tinier: ,
fo'"M>I -
JFISHERI ',, $599 "

I I' ,,. Payments Any ,Fisher T'..Va .

As$30.OO Low and we 'will offer you

I", ,per Mo.FISHER a FIsher' V.C.R. for

1 .rm FISHER i Only $. ,2'4900'
1 i utlluu

[ I Plus You Get' Free Movies,
Featuring 5-Baml "
; Graphic Ekjualizer for Customized Sound!
F' :
r@ Portable Fisher Home Entertainment'

AM-FM Stereo Tuner ,'
Cassette Deck.Programable. _
Double Cassette Deck with_touch.ynehroout '
hlglHpeeddubblng' Reg$149': Compact Disc Player Bradford Center
Square Shopping
Sequential playback/ function d Reg.$499 _
Built-in D.tachabl 9-Band.lull graphic rang speaker equalizer system Sale Sale '419

AC/DC COAJn power Input lacks operation $12 9 9 6 4-6 9 4 6
External headphone and MIC/jack -

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12B TELEGRAPH;TIMES&. MONITO SECTIO i N November 24.,1911II' ,

I : ,Spring Class Schedule Set at Community. CollegeThe I NO MONEY DOWN

Santa Fe Community College resident dance company. Popular professor April O'Connoi1 Spanish and Art Fundamentalsare
".. Starke Center' has announced its J is teaching Psychology of Social other classes of general interest
schedule for the 1989 spring term In addition to basic classes in Behavior and Human Growth and open to the public.
continue January 9. In response to Math English, Science, History, Development. She will also put on a
growth, the record Spring ''Social Studies and Humanities, the play in play Production, a 3-credit The'' Spring Term begins on
Semester offering of 48 classes includes schedule includes businessclasses course. January 9 and ends May 4. Registration -
23 daytine and 25 evening In Accounting Management, Evening classes of interest Include begins on December 8 with a
classes. Business Math and Business,Law. Dr. McFadden's introduction to 'special evening session that day .L
r, 'There are a number of new classes Computer classes include Intro to Ethics and Chuck McKeown's Prin- from 6 to 8 pm.Registration ;
of special interest, including class Computers and Computer Program ciples of Management State Attorney will be held daily
and dance class to be ming taught on the Computer Lab's
piano a Jazz David Giant will teach from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information
hv rnnop? Ali .ti. cr''r "User friendly": IBM-PC's. Business Law, please call 964-5382.

I :" Sales of Real Estate Increase; in Bradford County I ':you Approve Building Site,and Brick Home

Peggy D. Richardson to Philip A Sampson Lake Properties, inC. to acre* in SE'/ of SW' In section'3, Several. Financing Plans
,, Frompae23parcel and Janet V. Doucette, lot 4 and E>* Gerald Q. and Patricia E. Bussell, T6S, R22E, $44,000.Townhouse .
m section ,,28 1SS, Ju2E', lot 5, block:1, Hardy's addition to City parcel in section 5, T7S; R21E, Enterprises of Available
25000. of Starke, $40,000. 45000. Florida, Inc. to Gerald Griffis.Clm.
I I'' Eva Borror to Todd A. and Bonnie Albert and Beatrice Samorisky to Rosemary Scheyder to Darrell R. struction Co., Inc. lots :3 ,and 14, Requirements:, ,
., i G, Smith lot in Starke. north of Donna i.' Ross, 5.07 acres with O'Neal, lot in block I south, range 1 Knights replat in Starke,$10,000
Pratt St., west Of Orange $13,900. mobile home in SE'/4 and NEV4 of west, Simon J. Temple's subdivisionin David Wayne and Julie Suzanne No Bad Credit
i\ Bradford Land and Cattle Co.,Inc NWVi of section 26.' T5S, 1t21E, Starke, $32,000, Weyand to Ronald P.; and Sarah F .. Stable Income
,1 to John and Melanie. Jones,lots 33 $44,500. The signature Group?, 1m,..'10 Mar Jones parcels 11 and 12,with mobile '
and 34, River Bend Estates, ''Sampson Lake Properties, Inc to vin G. and Nolle Stephan Lutz, home, in NW'' of SE'/ (if section ;ys, Ability to Make Mortgage Payment
Graham, 2 acres in section 20, T7S, Dwight Grayson, lot 16, west side of parcel in block 3, government lot 2, T7S. R22Ed $27.000. than
R21E, $6,700. Sampson Lake in section. 4, ''T7S, Lakeside, Little Lake' 'Santa "'e. ''Raymond "'. WllkcrllorJ'to- Harold (Most are less $2OO Monthly)
: > Eva Hall Bradley to Gerald Griffis R21E, $8,000.'Sampson { 139500. E and Jo Ann Jones parcel In lot 5l>,
Construction Co., Inc. 1.11 acres in Lake Properties, Inc, to James R. and'Grace E.: Stnwp tQ Woodlawn, in section 13. T.S. IC22K. FLORIDA USA REALTY &INVESTMENT. INC.
SW>.. of NEV 'In section 33, T6S, Cary A. and Dessie M. Crews lot 21'' Patricia P Jones, I acre in NE': I of '$3,000.(
R22E$16,000.J. Br amwood Point, section 4, J7S, SEU in section 6.T6S, R22E:,*:II!, '
Brooks and Helen L. Brown to K21E, $15.000 Harold K. and Mary P. Striek land and Mary Evelyn-Austm, imitmifnl FOR INFORMATION
Wycliffe D. Jr., and Patricia' D. _. to Carltort and <:Cloven;'frail, '21(1 poi vs! lM'lf! >".Reach Unil 'A, JI7.MKI': ) EPUAI.HOU'UNO .
Toole, Lot 9, Hidden Hills Unit 1,
$11,300. '

J. Brooks and Helen L. Brown to
;p, .Jack \p(M.r and Marilyn R. Courtnay, .
Bible Broadcasting Network, Inc., ''' '
$10,000.portion of Jot 14, Keystone' Oaks, With hunting season open, 'now, 's ""the "

1 Leonard and Aria Brunberg
Norma J. Clem, lot in NEU of SWUi '
'i!t', in' section 3, T7S. R22E, 2500. time 'to invest in that truck, you need.,
c, ,"- Helen J. Smith to Leonard and ,
i1 '- Hazel Van Epps, lots 31 and 33 on
[', Cypress Street, Crystal ,Lakes'
p? Homesites, 70000. ORIAN WELLS CHEVY-OLDS has a i
great ,
It1 i: Community National'' ,Bank, to '' '0"//
f Eugene A, Lateef, north 345 feet of selection of new and previously-owned tru'cks'' .: '', t ':.'""':'< '
the NW/4 ,of SE<4 west of railroad' :;. I' : ,
and,north 345 feet of NE'/t of SWU\ ',.' '''" / -
east of U.S. 301 $60,000. .and 'vehicles to suit everyone's taste.
Cooper's Inc. to Steve, L.
Whitehead and Suzanne L. Kitchens, ...-H
parcel in WIof SWU of SEU and ,(

E'* of SEV4 of SWV4\ in section 7, ..- "
T7S.R22E, $45,000. "" 1"I" : "-
Jack M. Courtnay to Carole Hanna :' "
,parcel in NEU of section 24,TBS ,1'989' ", 'I\\ ''/ ""(j.,,)" ',',' :' : ',-.-.,.'---" ",.
R22E9500. ; "
;; ;
;: Harold Aj and Doyle D. Crews to \ I
.' 'Philip A.'and Helen P: Lowell, portion -,
,i of ,N*a lots 3 and 4, 'block 3,
Gaskins Addition to Starke, also
t j parcel in NWfct: of SE'/4i in section 29,, ChevV10
', .. T6S, R22E, $21,000, '.
!i'-4 Bonnie W Davis to' Laverne
i Douglas and Lorraine J, Brown,Nit
t I" of SMi of SEU\: of NEV4 in,section 33, 4 Cyl., Fuel injected 5-speed (OlD) p
"I. T6S, R20E, $14,000. ,tro'nsnnisslori A/C AM radio:Roily/

( Douglas Wayne to E David, and C'and'Shirley Tressie Ann B. wheels'', rear" bumper" $8688 >r fit. .

''Har ey. lot in NWU of NE! section as
20, T6S, R22E; $3,000
\, Dorothea V: Ellis to, Agnes M.
+*<. Schleich, parcel in SE!4'of section 7. S SM8
I I T7S, R22E.
f W. C. and Mary' H. Emery to''
J1'. Ernest T.,Ill and Rochelle K. Olsen_
y; '. condominium' Units 6 and ,8 of '
jp Geneva Oaks I, $64,900.I Per (-lO.G.Pick.EL 20
I I Susan M. Faulkner,to Robert P, Mo. ( ) In Stock
<; and Judy C. Clayton, lot 3, Block E,
f' Dalewood $47,500. To Choose'

,Eva R. Fier to Hieteenthia Hayes, .
t j.',' SMi of SWV'4 of NE',. of SEI,.. in section S J.OOO Dowq 11.9%,66 Mos.' & Tog.'Tax& Title From

F 22,T6S, R22E, $45,500. '
i\ 'Joseph J.and, Mary F. Fortunato!
g f' to Eileen H. Batey, 5.4 acres is SEU '
i J", of section 7, T7S, R22E.; $28,500. $l,99Downf
Gerald Griffis'' Construction Co., 1989
,;' Inc, to Ruth Tritch, parcel in SWM of ,
1 t' NEV4 section 33, T6S R22E, $8,000. "
k Gerald Griffis Construction,Co.;' Celebrity plus Tax.Tag&:,Title : :
t i' Inc. to Todd R.and Pam Gordon,lot : f r. ,.
12, Knights replat, $41,900. Lets take homeFloorrnats.
: 'Gerald'Griffis Construction Co.,, ,M;, AC, Split, SeatsWhlte Side Walls., you ,
f(i; Inc, to Sheldon ''B", and Honey D. ; Molding Pkg: Sale $10,999 the'used vehicle, of'
i Clark, lot I and S',4, of lot 2, block II, I :" ,
Liningston, Truby and Co's Addition'' choice! ;
your ,
to City of Starke, $40,900.:' 218 Per ::1
Gerald Griffis Construction'Co- ".r 14.906.66>> Mos. '
Inc. J Powell in 4. lr. Sedan M o ..
,' to Luther .41 acres Celebrity 15.9>>-54 Mos.l&548Mos. ,
NWV4 of SW'' of section 21, T6Sr ... .
Nef .. ,
,I R22E $39,500. Rebate Fln$9,999' >> I :
M. and A. Hall to Joel '
I Terry Judy <. ,
David and Leverne F. Gibson, lot 10 .. .
on N side Sampson Lake in section .
,,27 'T6S $21,000. HUGE SALEt.!,
|, Douglas P. and Dudley P. Hardy LIQUIDATION
'to Diane Cockerham and Douglas P:
i Hardy lots 6. 7, and 8, block 30,
Blanton's addition ''to Hampton;
$2,000. 88Cbev CP :9,999.00 87 Jeep ,CP ,6.999.00 86Pontiac 'cp 8.499.00 86 GMC CP 17.999.0O199.OOJ
Ruth A. Hilsinger to Sherlll O.andi ,
> <
Eleanor' K. Law, lot ,6,'. block B, Beretta' ;199.00 Wrgl, '199.00 Fiero GT 199.00 Jimmy ,
i!: Seminole Ridge Unit 4, 115000. 44. PW' 4x4'* ,
;, Vicie;'Jean Jackson to Thomas DJ Auto,AC, Down Down, 'Down ,Down211.OO
i' Hutchinson, N'/4 of 'N'/i lot 36, CC.7W., Convertible. Loaded. 30K V6 AT,AC
<1 i Woodlawn Subdivision, in section 11" 7600 mllee Mo219.0 Speed MO 154.0 miles MO 00/i. PW.PL. MO
I(} TSS, R22E, $7,000., .
'i Jim Walter Homes Inc'and MidI
I State Homes., Inc. to Eddie and 88 Olds CF 10,799.00 86 Ford, CP 7,999.00 87 Chevy CP 8,495.00 85 Chev CP S,499.0O '

i I.j i Lollie North Reno P-ernell subdivision, lot, 7., 24500.block 18, Ciera 199.00. 150 199.00 Cavalier* 1 9.00 M/C' '199.OO "

I' Clyde A. and Janice R. Johns to D 4x4. DoWn Wgn Down'-' 'Down'
Ralph N. and Maria W Holton, 18 AT- ,'AC'Pw.. AC.Ar PS.
acres in NW'/4 of SWV4 in section 26, PL.'lW,CL'' PB
239.0 PB.
Am/Fm Mol87.OO 156.OO1
i I' T5S,R21E,114000. Mb I.'B Mo21'1.0 MO I
t"1 Julius S.and Tillie Karpinski to J.'
f' Hugh Dawson, portion of NE'/4 of 87 Olds' CP 8,999.00 88 3/4 Ton CP 16,900,00 87 Suzuki> 'cr 6999.00
', .NEV4 of section 6, T6S R22E,
$42,900.L. Calais' 199.00 Chevy Sport 199.00 APPp 4x4-, 199.00
( J. and A. R.:' Kite to Joseph E.: .. Van -
and Bridget A. Starling 2 acres in 4 O1''I6K Down Down 5 Speed,- Down
i S'A of NEV4 of section 11,T7S.R21E; Loaded 350AT, ,> AC.,8900
f I $9,000. .' i'Xc Mo'199 IW" PL,,1W CL Mo382.0 )) miles 'Mol99.OO
: L. J. Kite, Sr. to Martha Ann <<
H Bryan, lot 8 in NEU of section. 11,
85 Subru CP. 5,999.00
v. T7S, R21E. 86 Ford CP 7,899.00
i 'Alan D, and Fonda D. Martin to F150 199.002x4 SW. .
.'/ Harold G: and L. Miller ,
e" lots 11 and 12 of block replat of a e DOwn 38K miles 'Down32K
/(\ part of Mt Pleasant on Silver Lake,
\1 $65,000.. AC,? PLC' Pw" 169.0
Lawrence A. and Linda Mosley ml MO MO
; to Arthur'L. and Therese Marie
i I' Schlofman, lot 9 of Golf View subdivision
I.. $9,000. -
Agnes M. Schleich to James L'and
'Vivian B. Patterson parcel in SEV ,
'I.-'.. of section 7, TVS, R22E $15,000.
,Plum Valley Investments to Brenda o-
,I' A. Chila, lot 16 Plum Valley Harbor '
,section 25, T8S,R22E $41,500. .
-l Richard M.' and Pamela D. Red CHEVROLET --
ding to Gerald B. and Ann C.f'oun- '" --
I taro,'part of lot 33 in Woodlawn in Hwy 301 North "' Mon.-FrJ. 8,30-SPM 372-O1O3

,,\ section 16, T5S. R22E.$47,900. ,Starke OLDSMOBILPi ;
i f Keith C.Reddish to Randall Green Sat. 9-oPM Sun. 1-5PM
1, Pass 1.22 acres in SWU of SEU and
\ NWY. of NEV4 in section ;25:,.'T5S.. ,
R21E, 32500.


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