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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Lots of sunshine and fair weather will lx on hand! I through( I the Editorial. . . . . 4A
weekend forecasters say just right for tli>' Arts and (lulls lair in Ar.a N.w.. . . . .5,6, IA
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is causing northeast winds and higher: than normal. rules alums( i>ill"\\ > SECTION Bt 12 Pag.t .

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Some Increase in cloudiness may occur during 1 the weekend l)ul Obltuarl.i . . . BB 1m77O LIBRARY FLORIDA
no rain is expectedTemperatures N.w. Brl.fl. . . . .*. lOB Y OF
will remain near normal in I the mid ,>0s i 101'i lows ""..RSIT
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Daylight Saving Time will end Sunday morning tit i .1 in t''Im'ks Items of Int.r.it . 1C
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Worth Art Comes to Starke S Saturday and Sunday I



L Noting Historic Call Street will DC closedto and in the parking lot of the Starke local churches a jazz band irom pear at 1 p.m..,Saturday in the SFCC pumpkin, make a Halloween mask

vehicular traffic and opened up Center of Santa Fe Community College Jacksonville, a girl singer, -years' parking lot for a freetothepublicconcert. have their faces painted by an artist.
for walkers to stroll through the 4th There are local and area artists old, coming from Folkston, GA, anda The appearance of the buy their own art at piggy bank
annual Starke Festival of the Arts and some out of state. One ar- group of (Fn"1C1! singers from renowned bluegrass fiddler will con- prices at the Children's Emporium
this Saturday, Oct. 28, and Sunday, tist to display is from Vermilion, S. Ocala. clude the first day of the festival. See hlo( parents allowed)I.or the kids i'a n
Oct. 29.Festival. Dakota. For an hourly entertainment U-section for an article on Chubby make their own arts and crafts. ('or
u t ss hours are from 9 a.m. to 5 Free and continuous entertain- schedule see the festival advertisement Wise. instance, they can color a monster a
p.m. Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. ment will be provided by local inaiJe; this edition of the Children's activities will take pretty flower or whatever the\
tJ Sunday. groups beginning at IOJO:: () a.m. Telegrapn For more ou the entertainment place in the glass-fronted Byron Ter- desue The kids can also make;
Eighty artists are signed up to Saturday. Entertainers include Star see articles in the willegar building on the corner of Halloween masks or decorate .1
display a variety of arts and crafts dust the magician, community B-section. Walnut and Call Streets The kids trick-or-treat bag
t Booths will be set up on Cull Street voices in a combined choir fromReahearsal Chubby Wise and his fiddle will ap- ran visit the Haunted House carve a' (see Arts Festival..p: \ ,

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DST Ends Sunday... Newrl'ax

Daylight Savings Time DST)
comes to an end at 2 a.m. Sunday, F 1'' .
October 29. Rules Set
To return to Eastern Standard
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Time (EST), set your clocks back /. '
one hour, remembering the old /I.) it.0 ;

adage.", "Spring ahead, and fallback I .. By BoardCommission

Most people reset their clocks
Saturday night, before going to Sliifts
bed. The hour that was lost in Aprilis Problem to (:ltll.( II's
now returned.
3 Advisory Croup

BHS Alumni... by Buster Rohn

BHS alumni will meet Monday, L4\r 3 BCT A citizen Staff Wrlt.r committee will hi..
Oct. 30 for a dutch treat dinner and ip
Steer / k1M LbwUM pointed to determine who u .ill l iI,. c'
program, at the Western /ff"
Steak House. piLrt empt from paying the county, M I''<'I i

BHS Student council will be special assessment, lommtssio)' i I"
decided at their mid ,
regular 'mini: i
special guests and present the program .
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meeting Thursday. Oct. 1 11/!)
Dinner at 6 p.m., program
Bradford Commissioner ,
> alas!:
at 7 .
begins p.m.President discussed for ,
exemptions hardshipcases :
Dale Brown the
says
S but did not define
qiuililic <
is Invited. .
public d 5
tions for indigency ('OIllI1I1>>SIUII' i s
did determine that churches und tu
Calling Kids...
allow the owners of 12 or more
All stores in Deerfoot Village mobile home part units to p.i'MI' p<"i
Shopping Center will treat all kids, cent of the assesment. less than tin
7 p.m. until closing, Saturday, Oct. 80 percent previouly discussed: : : !
28. r when the meeting opined! i 'oin I
} j missioner E. L Norman; nxmil 't.t
Bradford Twirlers... ,') exempt churches from ih' cissi.s..
ment, and received a second I '"\.
Dancers Future Bradford be Twirlers their and for the Art Fest... All Dressed Up... Commissioner !M.ixic (OHM ,I li,
will putting on
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County Attorney Heg I' Flsnn 'hed
first performance at the Santa Fe Th... members o( Dr. April O'Conn.ll's drama clots at Santa F. Community Members of the 'Sho.itrlng Plo,...' drama class from Santa F. Community, Col the commissioner to w01'l11l1l I in"
Community College Arts Festival, Colleges Andrews C.nt.r or. shown r.h.arilng a play to b. presented during I.g. will present "Snow Whit and the Dwarfs Learn a Lesson from Woodi.y the tion"to direct your attorney in, in.ik.
Sunday, Oct. 29, at 2:30: p.m. the Stark Art F.itlval set to b.gln Saturday In Stark.. Owl" at the Stark. Festival of the Art Saturday changes( I in i .
Also featured will be the BHS Cast mmb.r from .) to right include: Vicky Coodown Tracy Col.man From left to right Debbie Connaughton Rachel Riles. J.an.tt. Horrii Shauna ordinance.necessary
Jazz Dancers. Pam Zurfluh' Mlk. Crawford and Dan Tilton. Brown and COM). Autry. The motion carried! UllitnIlJlt""j'," t

stipulating that only houses (01' ,MI',
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,. -? Gospel! Sing... ............ .,;.-.. -. _...J.... -' M" '.. ship are to hi cxmnpt, I'JISIIM.IL.: -
A gospel Sing will be held Sun ; ,..1 .. Getting ReadyFor and other chunTi owned pioH-iii| .
\ day, Oct. 29, at Pine Valley C.H. \;:/.lJ Festival. : will not be exemptCommissioners ,
Church, beginning at 6 p.m. The .4 then movd on "
Sullivans from Alabama will be the : : Some 12.000 visitor are the exemption to ,rental l prnpi'i '
featured group. .xp.ct.d In Stark. this owners, who arc seeking an nil pi
The Rev. David Hodges invites r-: .. w..k.nd for the 4th annual cent occupancy rate thai I is. in '"
everyone to the sing. : t1 .. ..... .. I art f.itlvol. assessed $80 per unit rather" th"i,
'' $100, since some properties are \ .i
& t Working goes on y.ar-
Golf Tournament... '1 { : "--- - around for the art festivals In cant at least part of the time
,. I'Y'! Commissioners had wrestled uni,I ,,
; Stark and Caln.ivlll.,
The Starke Golf and .. ; lay
Country'Club : '. : > the exemption rate in i
.. '\! coordinator None. Clark pot
will hold its Club Championship : left and Carol Brown. right meetings, and at one time voted! 'in
tournament Saturday and Sun- who the f..tlvol.tog.th.r. deny any exemption llouexer Nm
put
day, Oct. 28-29. '. '_ I man moved to allow a 90 percent u,
Seniors and ladies flights will be -it" ". cu on "12 or more umls
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,. -'rl j r 'f. At left Mi. Clark and Owners
offered, in addition to the cham- ". : : I, Brown and n.wcom.r of rental propert with I 11 t
pionship flight scratch) and other 6i"f. "1)).. ." ...,. "" ,. < .. Am.lla Barnard, center, are units or less, will not get an ex'mption.
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flights (handicapped). : ',t. .. .
1 at work Tuesday afternoon
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Dinner in the clubhouse Satur- Commissioner Ross ('handlerseconded
booth numb.ri
painting on
day Oct. 28, at 7 : I the which carried
p.m. I Call Str." and In the SFCC motion,

Car Wash... ,. \. Stark.Historic C.nt.r Call parking Str..t will lot.b. 50.When It came to providing an es

A car wash will be held Saturday, closed and flll.d with art emption for indigents, commissioners
October 28 on the Community State and crofti booth this shed away from the \void
WMkand. BO vendors "indigent, because use of the word
Bank parking lot, beginning at 9 Some
1\\ may create a problem in which thecounty's
a.m., $2 per vehicle. .. or. .xp.ct.d. Continuous
Proceeds Revival > will definition of Indigency may
go to "Victory 1 nt.rtalnm.nt begin at
.
... not coincide with the Department ol
Center of Heilbron Springs. 10 30 a.m.Saturday.
'" Health and Rehabilitative Services
'4. So far good weather li
: for the ..k.nd. (HRS).
Gator QB Club... predicted w Chairman Waters said Attorney

The Starke Gator QuarterbackClub Flynn could "come up with 1classificaUon.
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will meet at the Bradford .
County Fairgrounds Thursday, Waters then told other commissioners
Nov 2. Social hour, 6:30 p.m., the board should appoint a
covered dish dinner at 7 .m. five person committee one from
p for Grabs in
Seats are available on the Chief Clerk 3 Seats Up Lawteyby each commissioner's district, to set
Georgia-Florida bus, open to the parameters for hardship exemptions
If interested call Hazel and hear applications.
Hardy public. Ph. 9647451., Butler Rahn tested by two black candidates. against the incumbent, Queenie tions, but was unable to muster the The committee will function
,
BCT Staff WriterResidents Crouse did not qualify to succeed Robinson. necessary 3.3 votes required to pass something like zoning boards, in that
KLPOA Notice... of Lawtey can look for himself. Robinson, who lives outside the city the measure, leaving the town wide the committee will act only in an advisory .
ward to a hot political campaign between Former mayor and veteran com- limits, qualified as a "write-in" open for anyone to run in the city capacity.
The Kingsley Lake Property now and Dec. 5, election day. missioner Robert Scott who was candidate. As a write-in candidate, election.In Apparently the other four commis-
Owners Association will hold a First of all, It's a big election, with disposed last term by Bill Crouse Robinson's name will not appear on the Chief of Police race, Chief sioners concurred, since there were
covered dish supper at the Civic the Chief of Police, City Clerk and qualified for the Crouse seat, andpicked the ballot. To vote for Clerk Robin Jordan qualified to succeed himself, no dissenting comments.
Center Saturday, Oct. 28. Social three council seats up for grabs. up Evelene Kittles as an op- son her name will have to be writtenon and drew former police officer, Lt. Attorney Flynn suggested the for
hour, 6pm., supper served at 6:30.: Second :our of the races are beingcontested ponent. the ballot. William Tillotson, as an opponent in mula for determining indigency
Commissioners Jett will discuss with only Mayor Marvin Buster Bennett qualified to suc- Lawtey officals cannot find an ordinance the race. should have strict guidelines to
proposed one-cent local option sales Rosier escaping an opponent.The ceed himself, and picked up Delbert that prohibits persons living preclude "subjective decisions.."
tax. council currently has a white Jordan as an opponent. Jordan is outside the city limit from qualifyingand Tillotson, who lives outside the city Commissioner Carter suggested
4-1 majority. After the election, the brother to Chief of Police M.M. Jor- running in the city election.In limits, resigned from the city committee members be appointed to
Blood Drive... council will retain its white majority a called meeting two weeks ago, police department to enter the race. staggered terms to provide continuity .

The Bloodmobile will be in the but will then be 3-2, since both dan.Earl Barber, son of Garbage Col- the council attempted to pass an Former councilman Willie Strongwas with appointments of 1, 2 and .!
Starke area Wednesday and Thurs- candidates for the seat held by Coun- lector Bud Barber, has qualified for emergency ordinance to keep out-of- expected to qualify fora seat on year terms, similar to other ad-
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day, Nov. 12. Hlmnn Rill rV .n.... I. tome r.An- the city clerk's position, and will run towners from running in city elec the council, but did not. visory committees.

The following times and placesare Chairman Waters appointed
scheduled: himself to meet with Attorney FlynnIn
Wednesday, Nov. 1: Junk Yard Rejected by Zoning Board MembersAnother working on the guidelines but
Hercules, 8-9:30: a.m. there was no hint as to what the for-
Starke Uniform/Bradford Fur- mula will IncludeCommissioner .
niture, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. junk yard on US.J01 was Wright says he will install a operated by Keystone Heights. podium to register opposition to the Riddick raised the
Winn-Dixie, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. rejected :5-O by county zoning board privacy fence to block the view of Connelly said Bradford County inning chance issue of funding the county fire
.Courthouse, 2-4 p.m. members Tuesday night, Oct. 24, junked cars in the yard. needs additional Industrial sites, but Shaw said he has collected 73 departments, but was told by Attorney .
who indicated they won't approveone Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal the site on US-301 is not suitable for a signatures of neighboring residents Flynn that special assess
Thursday Nov. 2: on any major highway. said the two salvage yards north of junk yard.Local that oppose the rezoning for a junk ment funds cannot be used for that
.Bradford High School, 8 a.m. to Paul Wright asked the zoning Starke on US-im: 1It'* non- Attorney Gene Shaw, yard. purpose, since the funding was not
3 p.m. board to rezone 1.6 acres, located on conforming entities grandfatheredIn representing adjacent land owners, provided for in the original draft and
Santa Fe CC, 8 a.m. to 12 noon. US-301, 2 miles north of Lawtey, when zoning laws were put into ef- said,"The salvage yard is In reality, Connelly said, "!\Ir. Wright you subsequent public hearings.
Bradford Hospital, 1-4 p.m. from Open Rural (OR) to Industrial. a junk yard, and a)Junk yard Is defined just picked the" .wrong place for a After some discussion, the board
Free coupon books and Wright says he intends to put a fect.O'Neal further said Bradford as a nuisance.' salvage yard. gave Riddick instructions to work
chol terollCreening. salvage yard between Oral Tanner's County has very little property zon- Although, Wright said neighbors Connelly moved to deny the petition out some plan, other than throughthe
Garage and the Tractor place, own- ed Industrial, the largest tract being Tanner and do not nhjwf to and received a second by Zon- special assessment, to provide
Blood Pressure... ed by Frank Miller. the airport property owned and the: rezoning, both men came to the ing Board Member Frank Sheffield. additional funds for the fire depart-

_... ments in the county.
will be free blood -
pressure There screening a In the lobby of School Board Agrees' to Negotiate Drug Testing RuleA Department The Lawtey has been Voluntary taken over Fire by

Bradford Hospital, Tuesday, Nov. the city, and Is now the Lawtey Fire
7,1-3 p.m.Square. school employee drug testing be tested for drugs at the request w terms or working conditions ol the administration and school don'twant Department, Mayor Marvin Rosier
Dancing... rule will be negotiated with the the board. BEA President George employees Is subject to negotiation. random drug testing either. stated in a recent meetim Since it is
Bradford Education Association Bowen the union's chief negotiator, Bowen said BEA wants input into Random drug testing is expensiveand now a municipal fire department, it
Square Dancers meet every second (SEA), the school board agreed in a wrote a letter asking to have the rule the wording of the rules. He is not opposed the school system can't afford it. may no longer qualify for county
and fourth Tuesday at the 10-minute private session Monday negotiated and the. school board has to a drug testing rule, but says The school board wants a drug funding.
Lawtey Elementary School from 8 night, Oct 23. agreed. the current one Is BO broad it can be testing rule 10 that an employee Commissioners vowed to continue
to 10 p.m. Come out and Join the! The drug testing policy, IncludedIn Bowen said Wednesday morning interpreted to mean the school board suspected of using drugs can be seeking approval of the four Brad-
fun. new school board rules adopted in that, under the BEA II contract with could demand random drug testing. tested.The rule would be used only if ford County municipalities in sign-
July, allows any school employee to the board that any rule affecting the Supt. Jim Duncan said Wednesday See Drug Test..p.2A ing an interlocal agreement.





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What A Difference A Year Can Make Lee Rezonin Approvedby

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Butter Rahn .a
BCl Staff in that first meeting, the hearing situation,according to Zoning Director Commission Chairman Lawrence meeting, with area residents input- ed in the mobile home park number
WriterReversing room was filled with interested area Darrell O'Neal.In Mosley dissented, making a 4-1 vote ting both for and against arguments. be told by O'Neal that the
a 1988 decision, Bradford residents about evenly divided pro the 1988 zoning board meeting, to turn down the request last year Everyone, including Lee, said cannot be restricted In the motion.
zoning Commissioners board upheld a county and con on the petition. ._ Spyro Drivas made a motion to Under county rules, Lee would nothing had changed during the The motion must be worded to either
the recommendation Lee told the zoning board that he recommend the rezoning, and have to wait 12 months before again year. approve or disapprove the recom-
rezone Maurice
Lee property received a second from Larry Pater- board for mendation of the zoninb board.
the
had petitioning zoning Zoning Board Member Larry
already $3,000 installing
spent a
Wednesday Oct. 19, in a 4-1 vote.
The vote was 4-0 to Lee
Commissioner Maxie septic tank, thinking that he had met son. support rezoning. Paterson moved to approve the re-
Carter Jr., in his request for rezoning. his motion to
dissented the all legal requirements. At that time, When commissioners voted on the quest and recommend rezoning of Norman changed
on motion to
uphold the a landowner could from issue, the Telegraph recorded a 4-1 the parcel. Zoning Board Chairman uphold the zoning board's recom-
board's get a permit
zoning recommendation by the Health Department to install a Zoning boards do not have the vote with only Mosley voting for the Rick Re Bogle dissented, simply mendation, and received a secondby
Commissioner E.L. Norman, tank without the authority to rezone property,but act rezoning. The official minutes because everything had remainedthe Riddick. The motion passed on a
septic clearing request
seconded by Commissioner' Joe Rid- with the I office. as an advisory body, making recom- reflect a 3-2 vote, with Riddick same."The final talley was a 3-1 4-1 vote. Prior to Norman's motion
dick. Commissioners Ross Chandlerand zoning mendations to the board of county voting with Mosley for the rezoning. vote to recommend rezoning of the Commissioner Carter had said that
Chairman Wilbur Waters voted Lee had followed the procedure commissioners, which makes the parcel. he opposed the rezoning, leading to
for the motion. got the permit and Installed the final decision. his casting an opposing vote.
The request to rezone the parcel tank, only to find that he needed to Commissioners heard the appeal Second Time... The arena moved to the commis- l
had its orgin more than a year ago, have the parcel rezoned before June IS, 1988, with largely the same Lee again requested rezoning of sion hearing room,Wednesday,Oct. Install
when Lee requested rezoning of 4.8 another mobile home could be add- area residents appearing and speak- the property in September, 1989, 19, with a repetition of objectionsand Lee said he wants mobile only home to at this
acres to accomodate a 6th and ed.The ing for or against the request. some 16 months after the first at- support heard at previous one additional him
office has since workedout meetings. time, but the decision leaves
possibly a 7th mobile home across zoning Commissioner E.L. Norman mov- tempt.
the road from where he lives on Grif- a new procedure with the Health ed to deny the request, overridingthe Uhe meeting with the county zon- Commissioner Norman moved to free to install a second, according to
fis Loop. Department to preclude a similar zoning board's recommendation.would ing board was a re-run of the first allow one additional unit to be plac- O'Neal.


. Tornado Hi-O Team Earns Split with Middlcbursr I ...-

The varsity Hi-Q team of Bradford manned Bronco JV loam 165100. Coach Stanley Crawford- says, when within nine points, the first half ,
High fell 231-192 to Middleburg High The varsity is now 2-2 on the season Broncos went on a 50-5 scoring run at deficit was too much to overcome. .' {'
I in a match in the BHS media center and the JV team improves to 3-1. the end of the first half and built a The key to both matches centered
Tuesday, Oct. 24. !Most of the damage in the varsity 129-90 halftime lead. Although Brad- around answering bonus. questions, "
The JV team defeated an out- match was done dunne the first half. ford made a second half run to pull Coach Crawford savs. r\


Drug Testing.
. from p.ige 1A
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an employee appears to have a drug drugs or other controlled substances lead us to believe there is a "Currently, the policy is wide
problem,school board member have under Chapter B8J: of Florida problem, rather than testing ran- open," Bowen says. There is Kiwanis International
said.A statutes. domly,' Supt. Duncan says. A nothing in the policy that would pre Installs Officers...
rule requiring employees to sub Bowen notified the school psychological or physical exam has vent random drug testing- it's an The Kiwanis Club of Starke installed new officers for the coming year
mit to a physical psychiatric examination negotiators he wanted input into the been used only four or five times arbitrary thine. at a banquet held October 4 at the fairgrounds.
by a qualified physician Is drug testing rule last summer. Sup over a five year period. Incoming Officers are (above, I to rI) Vice President Robert T. Wentworth -
already in the board rules. The addi- Duncan said he knew the hoard BEA President Bowen, however, Treasurer Kevin R. Smith, President Job K. While Jr. and
tion, included when the rules were would hear from Bowen on the issue."I says the policy, as written, does not Supt. Duncan said state guidelinesdue Secretary Rod Buchele.
rewritten, state that the physical exam think the board and I would require probable cause before out in January may supercedelocal The club is celebrating "ten years of dedicated service to Itraclfonl'
may include a test for illegal prefer to have some evidence that testing. school board rules. County."

White is New Kiwanis Pres.Job .
NOTICE OF BID Special Olympics...
Bradford County Special Olym- E. White, Jr. was installed as Futch,Phillip Gallo, Terry Vaughanand
President of the Starke Kiwanis Jerry Patton, President's Ad-
The Bradford County. Board of County Commissioners will sealed pics will hold a car wash at the
open Bank Club for the year 1989-90, at a ban- visor.
bids on Monday. November 6, 1989 at 10:00: A.M. in the County Nov.Community 4, from State 9 a.m. to 5,p.m.Saturday Pro- quet held at the Bradford County The Kiwanis Club this year is
Commissioners Meeting Room at the Bradford County Courthouse ceeds will go to help support Brad- Fair Grounds, October 4. celebrating "ten years of dedicated"
Officers to serve with White are service to Bradford County.
Starke Florida for a Line Striper which shall be a new four wheel heavy ford Donations County for Special the Olympics.wash will be Robert T. Wentworth, Vice Presi- Officers for the past year were
duty highway striper, able to apply lines from 2" 6" wide with a total $3 ticket, which car can be dent; Kevin R. Smith, Treasurer; President Jerry Patton, Vice Presi-
per purchased
spray width of 24 to carry two colors of paint. The line striper shall be from Special Olympians.For and Rod new Buchele Board Secretary.The of Directors. are: dent Kevin Job R.E.Smith White.and Jr., Treasurer Secretary

regularly listed as manufacturer's current model and shall comply with Cuddington further,information Ph. 964-6911,,call Dan Scott Allen, Warren Carver, Steve Robert T Wentworth.
standard specifications for the model offered with exceptions andaddis

: \ ascontained herein. .


For copif3? of the specifications or any questions regarding this bid

please jpfjntRct( the Clerk of Circuit Court's Office in Bradford County at

200. Sealed bids ran be. or hand delivered OflF

904V2r&Ext Courthouse Clerk of Court. P. O. Drawer B, I Jj

: before the aforementioned date and time.
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THff BO/' tgffiF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RESgrtVE :THE RIGHTTO iliqUQRS

REJEOnANY AND ALL PROPOSAL OF BIDS.
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V/ILBUR t.:* TtRS, CHAIRMAN RAY NORMAN

BOARD OP COUNTY COMMISSIONERS CLERK OF COURTWAtC'1I



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George Washington Sheds a TearNo may be closing the years,three Northeast Florida countiesnow Democratic holdout, Dale Wilson, a
have Democrat, made it
gap between Republican and more registered Republican fifth generation
Democratic registration in Northeast voters than registered Democrats. St. unanimous by switching parties several
wonder George Washington was Floridabut not In Union County. Johns County leads the GOP field with months ago, as did Commissioner Jim-
pictured shedding a tear on the October Percentage-wise it remains the most 58.9 percent registered Republicans to my Jett. The Sheriff of Clay County is
23 of TIME staunchly Democratic baliwick among 41.4 percent Democrats. Clay County is Republican, as are the Supervisor of
cover magazine. Emblazoned 13 counties surveyed in this area second in GOP strength with 55.2 percent Elections, the Clerk of the Court, and
across the cover was the question"Is recently by the Florida Times Union. of the electorate, to 44.8 percent Superintendent of Schools.The Tax Col-
Government Dead?" Democrats. Flagler County Is third lector and Property Appraiser are

Well / At the present time, Union County with Republican voters outnumbering Democrats.The .
Ronald Reagan's favorite catch Democrats
53.5 to 46.5 percent.
has total of voters in
a 4,302 registered
phrase was, "Government isn't the the two parties4,160 Democrats ((96.7 Green Cove Springs area In the

solution, it's the problem." He was percent), and 142 Republicans ((3.3 per- M i ia southern part Democratic of Clay County strength retains than
of cent). This is lead more of its
wrong, course. The real problem is a slight over Orange Park/Mid-
Hamilton County which has 96.1 percent the rapidly growing
finding qualified men to run the dleburg area.
Democrat and 3.9
percent
government-- priceless heritage givento Republican registration.
us by such men as George State Elections Office figures show 42

Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Bradford County, artyswitching percent of the 5.6 million Floridiansnow
Adams, and Benjamin Franklin. has been more actively pro- registered to vote under one of the
moted by the local Republican Ex- two main party labels are Republican,
Reagan did what he could to weakenthe ecutive Committee, is fifth from the top while the GOP voting strength in Nor
government by weakening the con- in Democratic strength, with 86.1 per- theast Florida is only 28.9 percent.

trols it needed to operate efficiently. We cent Democrat and 13.9 percent
are still paying the for that. Republican registration. At present the The ratio of Democrats to
price count is 6.840 Democrats, and 1,107 YZ'Population Republicans in other NE Florida Coun-
TIME answers its own question by Republicans. In 1986 there were only ties is: Alachua 69/31 ; Nassau

saying, "After almost nine years of the 759 registered Republicans.Baker 79.3/20.7; Columbia 83.1/16.9.

"Reagan Revolution", Americans may County ranks third behind Van Poole, state GOP chairman
wonder whether the Governmentfrom Senator Union and Hamilton Counties in growth, with many of the says, "We are trying to make in-roads
grams, says James Sasser, newcomers coming from the North, but it is
Democratic strength, with 94.75 in virtually every county, I
Congress to the White House, from the chairman of the Senate Budget Committee. cent registered Democrats and 5.25 per- likely explains this shift in the balanceof much slower process in the smaller
per-
State Department to the Office of "That isn't consistent with the kindof cent Republicans. Suwannee County is parties. In spite of its substantial counties. In order to make any pro
Management and Budgetcan governat discipline that Gramm-Rudman is fourth from the top with 86.8 percent growth, however Duval County re- gress, you need to have a base, wnlcl
all anymore. And George Bush con- supposed to i impose." Democrat to 13.2 percent Republican.The mains in the Democratic column with we don t have in a lot of the small cour
69.7percent of the voters, to 30.3 per- ties."
tinues to further weaken the Govern-
ment by his over-cautious reluctance to One of Ronald Reagan's legacies wasa Union County percentages w.ere cent Republican. Democratic leaders hope to stem th
gargantuan defense budget that inadvertently omitted from the October Despite these Republican gains, most switching tide with a change in ItGovernor's
take strong action in any crisis for fear 22 T-U article. Although the present Northeast Florida County officials are
office in 1990. They belie
of making a misstep that might cost him created an army of armaments Republican count of 142 is still negligible still registered Democrats, although that the controversial stands taken by
points in the popularity polls.As manufacturers who have become so Supervisor of Elections Babs Mont- many of them give majority votes to Governor Martinez during the recent
powerful that government does not dare petit says it is a substantial gain over* Republican nominees in presidentialraces. regular and special legislative sessions
TIME it "Bush has chosen to the when there were only two
puts deny their demands. For the first six years have lowered his chances for re-
mark time, hoarding his popularity"rather his registered Republicans listed in the however have election.
years of administration, Mr. Reagan the Republicans, cap-
county. At present time there is only
than investing it in innovative, tured the Clay County courthouse,
justified his defense requests by picturing one black GOP listed. (Voting percentage and tome other material con
positive action. Then comes the warning the Soviet Union bear that where the entire Board of County Com- tafned In thli article were compiled by The Florida
as a giant Due largely to rapid growth in recent missioners is
that while moving off center mightbe threatened our very existence. In the Republican. The last Time UnIon.)

risky for Mr. Bush at the moment, last two years of his regime he and Gor-

"political support has a way of bachev became pals, but still the Polk County Haz/Waste Opponents =

disintegrating when people become billions of dollars were said to be FORESTRYIN

bored with bromides, or when crises necessary for defense "just in case". Blame Martinez for Their Troublesthe :VJBradrord
born of intertia remind voters of BRADFORD
Government's real purpose"... which is TIME says that Bush's long term
to goals, beyond wanting a "kinder, Stirred to action by DER's intentionto consultant's report before taking a II By Stan Shepard
govern. gentler" nation, "have been lost in a speed up a notice of intent to issue a stand on the matter. County Forester

The most recent example of Bush's miasma of public relations stunts. His ment permit facility for a hazardous near Mulberry waste, treat-Polk An engineering firm, Environmental

weakness and wishy-washiness in the recent 'education summit' with the na- County members of Concerned Citizens Consulting and Technology of Tampa Prescribed BurningForest
face of a crisis came this week when he tion's Governors produced some in- League of America are urging Governor and Gainesville, was selected by Polk

asked Congress to give special treat- teresting ideas about national stan- Martinez to visit their area and County to help. evaluate the rezoning landowners are reminded that

ment to the Pentagon in coping with dards, but little about how to pay the view phosphate the mines"devastation"and other chemical created in-by application.The Mulberry Press, vaporously op- it's time to start planning for their
across-the-board spending cuts that prescribed burning and the firelines
costs of helping public schools meet dustries. posing the waste site, says area
became effective last week. them. His much trumpeted war against The Polk County Zoning Advisory is turned into a dump site, we hold that will be needed.

The President, in keeping with his drugs was more an underfinanced skir- Board has postponed until February 15 Governor Martinez partly responsible.If Firelines are needed for two reasons.
famous "kinder, gentler treatment" for mish." During his campaign he proudly its meeting to decide whether or not to he doesn't know what is going of the on One is to contain a prescribed fire on
he certainly should, as part
recommend the rezoningthat here, the landowner's property. The other is
certain sacred he become necessary
cows, asked Congress to proclaimed that wanted to job he wants to hold. Instead, our
wildfire from
double from $3 billion to $6 billion the known as the "environmental presi- waste will site.be If required DER's notice for a of hazardous intent is Florida DER, under the control of for coming protection onto your to keep property. Wildfires

amount that money-hungry Defense dent". More on that later... give him a published early in January, a 30-day Republicans and Martinez, is actually can start from a number of causes,
Secretary Dick Cheney is allowed to chance to prove it. period will be required before a permit trying to hurry up getting a hazardous" such as lightning,electric fences,down-
shift among the Pentagon's individual hearing is held, as now planned in waste burner south of Mulberry. The ed power lines, car' wrecks on the
since the hurricane in the Martinez
that
Especially February. The zoning board's decisionto Press further charged highway,,human carelessness;etc.,and
programs, projects, and activities, South Carolina and the earthquake in postpone its meeting until February administration "is really run by a may'burn onto your l lanai,;eausmg loss
allowing him to ease the pain that the California, Americans are waking up to 15 was to allow the county's outside con- bunch of rich Republicans and con- of property, timber, and possibly! life.The .
Gramm-Rudman budget law was the deplorable deterioration of the sultant time to study the issue.The Polk verted rich Democrats who don't give"a
darn about areas such as Mulberry. Division of Forestry offers three
for
to inflict Commission is also
designed on governmental County waiting
federal highway system and other in- low-cost services to reduce the hazardsof

spending.If frastructure needs, plus Washington's wildfire. The first is fireline plowing.

this ill-timed request is approved by unwillingness to provide adequate funds Florida Poll Gives Gorbachev The landowner designates he wants the firelines area

Congress, Cheney would need only per- for the national highway system and around established which and the Forest Ranger will

mission from the double-dealing White toxic waste removal and site cleanups.Is Marks Than Bush BobTwelve establish them.The charge is $27.50 per
House Office of Management and it wonder that George Higher or hour for equipment operation with a

Budget to move the money around... a Washington any is depicted shedding a tear minimum charge of $15.
hundred Floridians government, the 1200 respondents gavea
favor that Richard respon-
budget magician
on the cover of TIME magazine? In ding to a recent poll gave Mikhail Gor- 3iW. rating in the A-B group, and the Under the prescribed burning
Darman would not be likely to deny. spite of Mr. Reagan's belief that bachev, the Russian head honcho, Florida Legislature ranked at the bot- assistance program, Ranger personneland
That would award the Pentagon great Government is the problem, most higher marks of approval for the way tom with only 28 percent. equipment are on the scene in the

flexibility that no other federal agency Americans would agree with TIME that he does his job Governor than they Bob gave Martinez.to President The poll indicated that Gorbachev's event downer the conducts fire escapes his prescribed while the burn.lan-

has, or is likely to get. "It's a way of the sooner Government starts doing its Bush or policies designed to make the Soviet Charges for this service are $27.50 per
making the cuts less onerous for job] again, the better it will be for the Based on a rating scale of A throughF Union more open and democratic have hour for tractor time plus $8 per hour
Nation.I Gorby was given a 60.3 approval the approval of most Floridians. Sixty- for Ranger assistance. The minimum
defense than they are for domestic pro- rating in the two top grades of A and B, nine percent of those responding to the charge is $25.Contract .
while Bush received 58.1 approval, and poll said the Soviet Union had improved
followed with 33.8 under Gorbachev's rule, and sixpercent
Martinez only
also
The Bedrock of prescribed burning is
DemocracyThe said conditions in Russia hadbecome
U.S. Senator Bob Graham scored 51.9 available. This involves a contract
in the two top ratings while Senator worse. agreement between the landowner and
Connie Mack was rated 32.4. The poll was financed by The Florida the Division where the Division would
immutable Laws of Nature are Officers in the organization mis-read its When asked to rate their local Times Union and the Miami Herald. burn forest or rangeland for the lan-
written on the wind, but transgressorsare membership badly, and saw virtually downer with forest improvement or
reminded that it isn't necessary fora every county AARP unit in Florida protection in mind. Contract burning
law to be chisled in stone to be effec- repudiate the stand taken by national rates are $5 per acre for the first 50
Letters to the EditorEditor acres and $3.50 per acre above the first
tive.
headquarters on the issue. 1r 50. In addition, $27.50 per hour is charged -

Democracy has unwritten laws, the Last month the U.S. House of for firelines needed with a minimum
cornerstone of which is: those who charge of $15. The $27.50 per hour
Representitives, having felt the wrathof
Storeowner Thanks charge for tractor time is for the time
govern do so by the consent of the senior citizens, repealed the law by a Telegraph: Those Who Helped the tractor/plow unit is actually engaged -

governed. bigger margin than which it was I wish to thank all of the people who Recover Her Purse in plowing firelines.

When that tenet is violated, originally passed. The Senate repealed called me. expressing agreement with Prescribed burning is used to reduce
democracy flies out the window. the funding section of the bill, and the contents of my letter to you, which Editor, Telegraph: dangerous accumulations of fuels in a
modified of its benefits. It will now you printed two weeks ago. It's nice to stand of trees but other benefits come
some ,
Being the bedrock of democracy, the know that it is not my voice that is"cry- I would like to express my thanks to burningwill
words should be inscribed above the go to a House-Senate committee for ing in the wilderness". It would seem the Starke Police Dept.and Mr.O'Steenof from regular burning. Proper
Increase for cattle
forage ,
compromise.When that six in the en- Central Telephone Co. wildlife
only or seven people
door of lawmaker in the land food and conditions for
cover
every tire county believe that we need Early Saturday morning, after open- naturalregeneration
from the Courthouse to the Statehouse Gov. Bob Martinez took office, another special assessment. In fact, ing my store, a man stole my.purse. prepare a seedbed for of
from City Hall to the hallowed halls of he immediately pushed a "Service Tax most of the people that I have spoken to While still on the phoneShort to the and of pine, control disease for easier
Congress. Bill" through the Florida legislature.The do not believe that the garbage special dispatcher Officer came in pine Prescribed open the understory fire also Improvesthe
bill received consent of those assessment was needed.I for a description. Even though it was access.
never makingit
Candidates for political office and out- not his he radioed the other officers appearance of the stand by
who would pay the tax, not necessarily a have read where the County Commission what case to look for. more parklike. All of these benefits
of-office politicians pay homage to the majority in the state, and was scuttledin Chairman has met with the Ci- Within moments, Officer Wilkcrson increase the value of your timber and
law, but once elected, many lawmakers a subsequent session. ty Commissioners of Brooker,Hamptonand was here also. They searched the surrounding your property.
i seem to suffer amnesia, and cannot Lawtey and his position on the new area and did everything possi- -
remember that the people must consent Gov. Martinez got his fingers burned special assessment was totally re- ble to help me.Approximately. All persons Interested in obtaining

and agree to laws, rules and regula- badly on the tax, and has since taken a jected.It 30 minutes later, Mr. assistance from the Division of
Area
Forestry contact the Forest
tions, for them to stand.It "no tax" stance.In would seem that our elected of- O'Steen found my checkbook while Supervisor may at 964-M36.
ficials would listen to the taxpayersonce checking the phone lines. He was kind
doesn't always require a majorityto both instances, lawmakers did in a while. They must know that enough to help someone he did not even
over-turn a law perceived to be bad. what they thought was best for the peo- we want them to continue exploring this know by taking the checkbook to the
matter and find another way. If police He alerted us as to which direction
Sometimes a vocal minority can effect ple, but forgot they must first have con-
necessary, cut the budget to get within to search before the rain.
changes. sent of the governed.On We able to recover of
the area of anticipated revenue. They were photos my
Two recent examples, one on the na- the local level, commissionershave must know that ''more money" is not family, over 29 years old, meaning
the only way to manage the county nothing to the purse snatcher, but very
tional scene, the other a state snafu. passed a $100 assessment on each valuable
to me.
government! 1.1
household in the county. Three of the
Both husband and I know we can
About a year and a half ago, congress After all budget is nothing more my
a
four municipalities in the county have all should the need ever occur.
the catastrophic health in- manager's "wish list" and a count on The ..ril..t known zoo belonged'to '
passed than a
indicated unofficially they will vote Thanks again to all of you. QIMWI of about
Hatlhepsut Egypt
surance act, in which people over age 65 good manager always finds a way to Lorraine McClellan, Starke BC. .
would be provided with additional against signing an interlocal agreementto operate with allocated funds. 1500

health insurance. It was a bipartisaneffort implement the assessment. Starke Until now I really believed that the -- .
Ronald council has not taken a stand on the pro- County Commissioner had considered
with President Reagan
other than the special assess \SlR'D DADFOCD C'Ob
posal.It options to
praising the bill highly while signing it ment. how I don't. This is based on
into law. remains to be seen if Bradford what I have heard them say during i iruP4

Congress was aided and abetted in residents will consent for the ordinanceto public meetings. I now believe that the .fb 1r!
stay on the books. County government has been managed
passing the bill by AARP (American poorly in the past and the County Com tea o.fWOMON JOHN M.Mauls
Association of Retired Persons), an Everyone ought to pay a minimum missioners and elected officials are trying PIcWI-. ..
organization composed of people over 50 amount of taxes to support county to factor in poor management Pubh:: each Ihunday end.ntw.d on Second dais Matt,or
old.AAPP government. the proposed budget the Port Once or Stark.Florida unctat Act of March 3. 1879._ '

I. years Again,thank you,
Malcolm Hill, rtwne M4-UO >*ub with
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: Helen Juanita Henley of Starke and Orris Morris Turner of various chocolates. Teresa Bassett mid Charity Henley (granddaughtersof
Kingsley Lake were united in marriage Saturday, Sept. 30 at the Starke the bride) were servers.
Church of God. Rev. John Spratlin
performed the ceremony. The food tables were covered with hite lace over white linen, centered
The rostrum was centered with a 21 branch candelabra flanked with 7
with a ceramic watermelon basket filled with fresh fruit and helium
branch candelabras, graced with areca palms, ficus trees, schefflera and
balloons foods servedby
tied and floating over the howl. Various finger were
boston ferns. Peach & aqua floral arrangements graced the piano and Verna Davis, Jan Cornell and Doug Bennett. The punch was served by
The vestibule table held the book feather and
organ. guest pen an arrange- Alma Moore and Arlene Murray.
ment of tropical lillies in aqua and peach interspersed in burning peach
Rice Kara Kaye Hardenbrook and Dawn Carter
by
bags were presented
Peach bows marked the.family
tapers. pews. and Rachel &Sarah Turner, granddaughtersof
the bride
granddaughters of ,
Nuptial music soloist.
was provided by organist Barbara Kirkland and
Delores Mobley. the groom. Ida Sue Schmitt greeted guests and directed the wedding.The .
reception was directed by Oleta Hardenbrook, assisted by Ruby Hud-
Best man was the groom's son, Larry Turner Ushers were Sam Bassett
and Mark Hardenbrook (son-in-laws of the bride) and Grady Bishop. son.Following
St. the newlyweds reside at
a wedding trip to Augustine
Matron of honor was daughter of the bride, Carolyn Hardenbrook, wear-
Board. The
Kingsley Lake. The bride is retired from the Bradford School
ing a tea-length peach satin dress with a Queen Anne neckline, pouf off.
is retired from E.I. Mil'on I Co.
shoulder sleeves, accented with a huge bow in the back. She wore tropical groom
flowers in her hair and carried a cascade of peach & aqua tropical lillies
with pearls entwined in Ivy.
Given In marriage by her son, Calvin Henley, Jr., the bride was a street-
length satinette dress of aqua, featuring a fitted bodice with a round neck,

,fi V .a 1 sleeves accented were with accented a huge beaded with cream cream-colored colored lace.lace collar. The elbow-length I Check the CLASSIFIEDS I Ir.

The bride carried a cascade of cream-colored silk roses and tropical
lillies in aqua, accented with irridescent ribbon streamers entwined in ivy.
The bridal bouquet was created by Mrs. Verna Davis, a friend who In-
troduced the couple. ..... cI">
Following the ceremony, a reception was held at First United Methodist
Church in Starke. Tropical trees at points of interest, accented with peach
& white balloons floated throughout the hall. Balloon trees graced the en fe
trance where the guest book was placed. The table was covered with
cream-colored lace overlaid on beige satin covers holding a wicker basketof
peach floral book and
arrangement, pen.
The bride's table was covered with white lace over white linen, centered Early Bird i
with a three-tiered white wedding cake accented with lovedoves and topped Christmas ShoppersVariety
R with a bride & groom, flanked on either side with 3-branch silver
candelabra and peach tropical lillies. Servers were Helen Stewart and of Christmas Ornaments
Opal Bishop. The cake was made by Oleta Hardenbrook and the bride's -. FREE Coffe / Cocoa
daughter, Carolyn Hardenbrook.The 5 -New Hours T-Sat 10-5:30:
groom's table was covered with a beige lace over beige linen cloth, (starting 10/31) Tu<,s. p.m. 6:30 9:00:
centered with a two-tiered chocolate cake topped with sugared grapes anda
bride & groom sitting on a bench. One end of the table held 3 branch Lamp Of Jesus Craft Shop
silver candelabra holding peach burning tapers, while the other end held a S.E. 24lh. Forsythe Rd. 964-7109
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...Jacob Kyle TaylorMr.

& Mrs. Aaron Kirk Taylor of
Starke announce the birth of a son
Jacob Kyle, born Oct. 7 in
Gainesville. Jacob Kyle weighed 9
lb. 2 oz., measuring 22" long. Fie
joins 5 yr-old-sister Virginia and 3 On our 500-thousand volt lines, to
yr-old-brother Aaron.
Maternal grandparents are Mr. & be exact.:
Mrs. Bernard Jacobsen of Starke
Great grandmother is Lorinda : They arc vitally important transmission -
Jacobsen of Starke.
Paternal grandparents are Lois L lines that bring electricity
Taylor and the late Aaron F. "Bud- 4 agtxi ;} Y
dy" Taylor of Lawtey. tilk ti trom Georgia to FPL customers
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'c :r,' throughout the State of Florida.

: And it's FPL Systems Operators
Mr. & Mrs. Rhoden

Host Open House qi like Cicrryi.Cxudtci
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Mr. &Mrs. Charles Rh an open'bouse on Sunday tiQcW;22 '
from 2-4 p.m. at their new home on monitor these
East Mimosa Drive. The event was
designed to meet new neighbors and R lines as well as

associates.Charles and Joan Rhoden hail 1 i m, <+ p'" s the connectinglines I.

from Gainesville. She is vice presi- QR .<.17 ;' =',' .t ng t hN a Ju < andpower
dent, cashier and financial officer at ,
the new First National Bank of plants
Bradford County, which will open in a.
February of 1990. Mr. Rhoden is ht .r 5 #! ',r around the state
employed by the U.S. Postal Servicein
Gainesville. t.., t Thcylre specially trained to
Various hors d'oeuvres and q
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beverages were served at the open 4 make Mire our supply of electricity
house to approximately 70 guests, In-
cluding Mr. Guy Andrews, Mr. & t meets everyone's needs.Always at

Mrs. Alan D. Hetzel and many of the the best available price.
board of directors members of the z
new bank. is F 'a *3 For FPL customers, the importance -
Mrs. Toni Crawford and Ms. Mar-
tha Boyd assisted with the prepara- of these transmission linesis
tions. Mr. &: Mrs. Rhoden were --
delighted with the attendance and is clear. They save you money.
congeniality of their new community. ,.r--
I I 7 .,. 11" \ i The lines allow FPL

}.. i i ,f", ri to bring lessexpcn..ive
Hope BaP hurch

Homec ay jam ,

Hope miles t '
South of will M'
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observe its special ,. "
Old Fashion Bj WwSfing this I 1
Sunday, Oct. fHRJiday school will i' c'" 4 --P M from out-of-state into Florida.
begin at 10 aW. with Friend Day.
Pastor Gary Heath Invites everyoneto 1 l (? R t That also allows FPL to make
bring a friend and help us y-
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celebrate this special day. sure that oil isn't your only option.

the Basket morning lunch worship will be service.served There after '! 1 ( I We( go to great lengths to bring e

will be judging after lunch for cake ,! =, I you electricity. So that you can use l
beard
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decorating men only grow I II
ing, and old fashioned costume. as much or as little as you like
Gospel sing at 3 p.m.,and no evening -
services. We invite everyone to I Which is why we keep Georgiaon
come join us and bring a friend. .
our line.

Young at Heart !j e LA $ I'' <((1t -. .

Meets Nov. 2nd .. ..

The Young at Heart of the First .i tl tliH.4
Baptist Church will have their
regular monthly meeting on Thurs- .
day, Nov. 2 at noon in the fellowshiphall.
A covered dish luncheon will be
enjoyed, with the church providingthe '
meat. 0 ;
The 45 member Recycles Or- .
chestra from Jacksonville will\ pre-
sent the program. Come.join us for FPLIf ;
fun and fellowship. Ihcrc's

a belter way .
Starke Ch. of God } :,,)'1, m.will fuxl it. .',nauxlaw"L '.
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Serves'Fish DinnersThe :. : .
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Starke Church God will be .
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selling fish dinners this Saturday,
Oct. 28 from 11'.m.-2 p.m. The J."Air.II \,
charge will be$3 per plate for adults, >
and $1.50 for children. "
Dinners will consist of mullet fish, "' r'
grits, baked beans, cole slaw, :,"',"hlilt..If'I'WI/
be hiishpuppies extra. and tea. Desserts will k ; :'d11"' 't;;:'

The church is located at 422 N. St. .
of dinners,call ;
Clair St.For delivery .
864-8833. 1""'" .J. .

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Sets Group SingThe

Pine Grove'Church of Raiford rl tnw--r
invites all to come this Sunday night,
Oct. Youth Group Sing at 7
p.m. Please bring friend alao. j ja jf ji

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I L Ab... Sheriff's Halloween Alert I f LWCI Employees Celebrate Halloween. I

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Dear Parent: I .masks. The !I.awtey It} Kathy Co 'rc.tlonallnst 1"\.111! itute An eerie! atmosphere en'llilnlo the clutches quicksand of witches and,mummies mad chainsaw,vam-
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The lolloping information hard to MM enjoyed their annuaPllalloween party as participants played bingo. pires lunat cs. Most decided It was time to
Party at the I.WCI
Skull candleholders decorated the
help your child have a safe I pistol range Saturday, Oct. 21. The tables and nil types of creatures of return to the safety of home Im-
afterwards.
Children ages 5 to 9 are at festivities began at :3 p.m. with (he night danced along the wills. mediately
rIsk of being hit by near.WHY ,1111\n-s lui I v c costume judging, a (cakewalk fish Pri/.cs 01'plunls, rest 'n'ant tickets Preparations Maria for the Holton party, were Call
"dart out" Into traffic.At and duck pond games applo- and cash wore fiendishly p.isscd out made by
befoix1 I II, 'y iiro bobbing and a bean bag Ihrow. Prevail. Jenny Sikes, Sgt, Don
to winners darkness fell.
night use "relleclivc" Hungry ghosts and goblins feasted as Meyer, Sgt. Ken Shuford and many
on your clothes. Its not \ i / ,.. .l hi sli'eels. on a hot dog and hamburger dinner, Those who dared were led on a others, and judging by the squealsand
and is available at fabric : (: "'IUh.. ;i-. -.lu/ul i lolloped by a large array ol cakes "ghost walk" through the woods. in laughter of the children, it was a
goods and hardware stores. for dessert. groups, and were lucky to' '' i(p< 'Mv shivering success.
Small children believe _.
stop instantly! WRONG! -

Small children have :
telling sounds come i
SUN. MON. TUES. WED. THUR. fRI. SAT.
1 1 r27 24 25 28 21 28
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Prices In this ad good Monday
I Oct. 23 thru Sunday, Oct. 29, 1989.

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Starke

Friday. October 27... Lb.
Starke Elementary will be
a Fall Fun-Day all day long
day. Students and parents
participating in this (un.t L
No evening activities are
STEAKS

Hampton '

Friday, Oct. 27
From 5-9 p.m., Hampton ..: .
tary will have its carnival. FRo
,
tickets for a 19" J / I .1
microwave and ceiling fan I
being sold for $1 each by
There will be a concession -
with the usual items,such as I I''

hot dogs, hamburgers, etc. ., .
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Southside A SUNg
Friday, Oct. 27 1 .4
Evening activites are I
cluding a Food and Fun store,
cakes, and popcorn.
and cokes will be sold by the 1 : .1 1
Club, with profits going to
Elementary.Two .
Moonwalks will '<.' ,',- I j p
this year along with Mi-1 Rome or
hnnth. Bineo. and the h.inii'-'l

Lawtey School.. RED DELICIOUS

Saturday, Oct. 28 L
Smoked and fried fish New Crop Fresh Caramel Covered APPLES
kick-off the Halloween
Lawtey school at f p.m. The APPLECIDER
includes baked beans french APPLES
cole slaw and ice tea, at a cost
ly $3.50 each. $ "
1
Raffle tickets are being
Browning automatic 12 gauge
A500, a VCR and a color 99( 01.1( I > l4\U-'IU', ,* I''IH
costume parade will be ,
5 Lb.
p.m.The $299 Bag
square dance group is
a Chinese Auction to raise Pkg. of 3
the carnival also.Brooker .
Plastic Gallon Jug
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Saturday, Oct. 28 \ DRIED APRiCOTS. . . . . . Lb. 1.99
Brooker will begin events
Parade, forming at the

division Brooker Elementary at 4 p.m. The will be ,; 1 10 Lb. Bag U.S.'. #1

p.m. Adults and kids are
to dress and parade WHITE
elementary age boys and and Mako
receive a "goodie bag" for )
up and marching. STEAKS..Lb. 2.98 POTATOES
There will be a raffle for a
ing 12 gauge automatic
30.30 rifle a $200 gift
doublewide gas grill,and a

TV.BBQ chicken dinners will . . . . . ib. 6.99

and served from 5:30-8: p.m.Lawtey 1.79 $199L



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Costume Dance...
Fourth grade students will tl
costume dance Oct. 27. 2 LiterPepsi
asked to come in costume and COORS & Cola 4 Oz. Pieces & Stems
goods are requested.
students is $1 with costume COORS LIGHT FOOD LION MUSHROOMS
$1.50 without. 8911-

Welcome, Eddie... 12/24PKCN
The eighth grade welcomes Diet Pops I 09

Norman LCS Band to LCS.News... [ $9 99 2 Ltr_ Mt Dew..99012120z Related Dw, DUw It.rna Mt& 2/$1/

The LCS band fundraiser Is Popail Col....2.99
progress and funds will be
obtain new uniforms. The
formance this year was the :
homecoming parade and 30 of
marching members were 10.5.0z. Nuggets, Breast Patties 6 Pk. .5 Oz. Strawberry-,
this year I The next 16 Oz. Libby's I Fried Nuggets 9 Oz. Breast Blueberry Strawberry-Banana
will be Nov. 10 during the Tenders
I of the BUS football game. COCKTAIL Peach-Pineapple
BANQUET FROZEN CHICKEN LIGHT IT LIVELY YOGURT

I School Menus
Oct. 30-Nov. 3
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I Bradford Elem.&Middle ;
MONDAY Vegetable soup, cheese .,-...
I plesauce,cookie,milk.
TUESDAY Corndogi.:macaroni t II
I .....slaw peaches. milk
WEDNESDAY, Chicken e. rice
I vegetables,mixed fruit cinnamon roll
THURSDAY! Baked turkey,matched
I gravy,fruit crisp,biscuit 4 honey,milk.FRIDAVi _
Hamburger on bun,trench 21.5 O Betty Crocker
Jello cookie,milk. : z. 4 Bar Pack Personal Size

Bradford High School BROWNIE
MONDAVI Sallabury steak,rice."." MIX IVORY BAR SOAP
bean, .peaches. ,brownie Manilla,milk.
TUESDAY.....slaw!appleaauce ChIli aalUnes,cinnamon. these roll '
WEDNESDAY, Lasagne, garden salad :1
vegetables THURSDAY apple Hamburger crlap hot on rolls bun, milk. 99 <: 99 <:

lettuce,tomato,pickles,key lima pie,
FRIDAY, Plata buttered corn,
cookies. ,milk A-U-Carte 'l,,

MONDAY Plus hamburger. french
I milkshakes,O.J.
french TUESDAY fries. !,milkshakes Cheeseburger,O.J. plus, wIuJiu [I
I WEDNESDAY, Hamburgera, eomdogs,
french fries,milkshake. ,OJ.THURSDAY. .
Plixa cheeseburger,
frisk milkshakes,O.J.FRIDAY .
Hamburger,--",.'
mllkaha'tes,O.J.
Each d --....have
y a choke of a not
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The Construction Documents may be NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO NOtCS..eeeeee..eee..ee.eeeeee.e..

I examined but not obtained at: REGISTER u.__ .L ,
Construction BulletinP. FICTITIOUS NAME Dinolnfo tlllcuvered all over me worm, a
O. Box 603 Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida previously unknown story began to
Orange Park, Fl. 32067 Statutes, notice It hereby given that the Dinosaurs dominated I ho marl h lor unfold. The size, shape and length ot

.._ Phone: ((904)) 388-0336 undersigned ROYCI I. ADAMS. P. O. approximately 110 million yearn. dinosaur. Jones told the scientists
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Box 404, Stark. Florida 32091. sole They ranged in si/.e from n.s small asa whether they walked, ran or swam.
NOTICE OF ACTION Mid-State Builders Exchange owner, doing business under the firm chicken to the lu..geHllan,1. ( animnl.s Some lumbered slowly on all fours
BEFORE THE BOARD OF CONSTRUCTION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH 1217 N.W. 16th Avenue name of BRUSH ARBOR TIME MUSIC of all time because of their great weight while
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 1N AND FOR BRAD- Gainesville, Fl. 32601 SHOP. 132 I. Call Street, Stork., Florida Their tremendous si/.e and others ran surprisingly fast on
IN RE: The License to practice of Con FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. Phone ((904)) 375-0615 32091. Intends to register told fictitious peculiar forms have made 1I1l'IIIU/-/ powerful hind legs. Jaws and teeth
struction CASE NO. 88-465-C name under the aforesaid statute. jects of curiosity and fascination' told whether they were meat-cat
ofGEORGE HOLIDAY THE FARM CREDIT BANK OF COLUMBIA Bid security In the form of a Bid Bond Dated this 24th day of October 1989 since their fossil ruinins were 1I!'!>t or vegetarians. The size of their

d/b/a Holiday 8 Son Const. Plaintiff executed by the bidder and a qualified In Bradford County. discovered In the 1820s at Stonel' .!ld, brains determined their capacity for
1225 Tom Hall I Stre.tStarke vs surety or a certified or cashier's checkon 4tpd 10/26-11/16 England. Paleontologists (scionlisls' sight smell and hearing.
EDWARD J. WAGNER and MARY K, national or state bank In the
Florla 32091 any who study fossils) reconstructed If you would like more Dinolnfo.
WAGNER, his wife CHARLES REDING amount specified In the specificationsmade
; visit Bradford Public
the
CASE NO. 0108786 bones and studied them in detail to LibraryOr
LICENSE and PATSY R. REDING his wife; payable to the Bradford County STATE OF FLORIDA if would like to begin
NO. the
RB 0017956 HERIBERT GOUDREAU and LOUISE School Board must each bid uncover true story of I Iheir ex you your
accompany DEPARTMENT
OF ENVIRONMENTAL
The Department istence. own dinosaur stamp collection, visit
of
Professional GOUDREAU. hit wife: LA COE and as guarantee that the Bidder will not REGULATION
Regulation has filed an Administrative The ominous beasts were the Starke Post Olfice, its "An
withdraw from after
THOMPSON, P.A.; GATOR DOOR 8 SUP. the competition NOTICE OF INTENTTO "
Complaint against you a copy of which PLY COMPANY INC.; and the UNITED opening the bids and In the event the ISSUE PERMIT classified as "dinosauria", derived( Adventure of Giant Proportions!
may be obtained by contacting Attorney STATES OF AMERICA, contract It awarded to the Bidder he The Department of Environmental from the Greek meaning 'terrible!
Ray Shape, 1940 N. Monroe Street Defendants.NOTICE will within ten ((10)) days after receiving Regulation gives notice of Its Intent to lizards" by anatomist Sir Iti<'lI'U'd 50-Year Reunion

Tallahassee, Florida 32399.0782' ((904j) OF SALE tame, execute the contract and furnishthe Issue a permit to Mr. Blll.Thurber Assistant Owen in 1842. To Be Held Nov. 7
4880062. PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 required bond falling which the OMB PRIDE As new varieties of fossils were
Secretary to construct a
If no contact has been made by you Notice Is given that, pursuant to a security shall become the property of reuse system for the Florida State Prison The :r()th Year Reunion of the BUS
concerning the above by November 16, Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated the Owner at liquidated damaget. Wastewater Treatment Facility to applyup Class of 1939 will be held on Tuesday
specified above and be filed
(received) evening, Nov. 7 at 7 It will he
1989 the matter of the Administrative September 21. 1989, In Case No. All bids mutt be made on the appropriate to 0.80 MGD of secondary treated within 14 day of publication of thli p.m a
will be BB-465-C. of the Circuit Court Eighth forms, properly executed reclaimed water overland flow dutch-treat dinner at Western Steer
Complaint presented at an ensuing paced (prior to ) notice In the Office of General Counselat 'I
meeting of the Board of ConstructionIn Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford and In an envelope and for agricultural irrigation to two tree the above address of the Steakhouse in Starke. '
an Informal proceedings County, Florida, In which the FARM should be marked to Identify the bid and farm. The area under Irrigation It 34 Failure to petition within Department.the allowed/ Call or (get in touch with anyone
10/12 4tchg 1102 CREDIT BANK OF COLUMBIA lithe Plain. then shall be delivered or mailed to acr... located on State Road 16 at the time frame constitute a waiver of you know from this class. Bring pictures .
tiff, and EDWARD J. WAGNER and MARYK. Bradford County School Board, 582 North UCI/FSP Complex, near Starke, Bradford such any. or any other memorabilia and
right has
Control No. 217 PO No. 31547 to hearing
; person request a
WAGNER his wife; CHARLES REDING Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091. County Florida. under Section 130.37 F.S.. and to lots of good humor. For more Information
-IN THE-CIRCUIT----COURT-- EIGHTH and PATSY R. REDING his wife; The Bradford County School Board The Department hat assigned File participate as a party to this proceeding.Any call Martha Dorko, 7H2-iW7: : r
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRAD HERIBERT GOUDREAU and LOUISE reserves the right to reject any or all Number DC04-163176 to the project. subsequent Intervention will only or Clara Colson !K>4- 3'J5.! 4
FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA GOUDREAU hit wife; LA COE and bids, waive Informalities, In any bid A person whose substantial) Interestsare be at the approval of the presiding officer '
CASE NO. 87-161-CA THOMPSON P.A.; GATOR DOOR A SUP. make the award In port or whole and to affected by the Department's proposed upon motion filed pursuant to Rule STARKECHURCH
PLY COMPANY, INC.; and the UNITED make the award In the best Interest of decision
IN RE: The Marriage of permitting may petitionfor 285.207 F.A.C.
STATES OF AMERICA are the Defendants the Bradford County School Board. an administrative (hearing The
JAMES J. LANGLEY, Husband, proceeding application I. available for public OF GOD
and I will tell to the highest and best Award shall be based on the lowest ) In accordance with Section 120.57 Inspection during normal business
FLETA H. LANGLEY, Wile. bidder for cash at the front door of the base bid proposal combined with alter. Florida Statutes. The petition must contain hours, BOO: a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday 422 N. St.Clair 964-5445
NOTICE OF SALE Bradford County Courthouse In Starke, not.., the Information set forth below and through Friday except legal holidays, at John Spratlin. PastorWe
Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto Florida, at 11:00 a.m., on the 24th day of THE SCHOOL BOARDOF must be filed (received) in the Office of Department of Environmental Regulation Invite you to worship with us
an order of the Court enetered. In the January, 1990, the property described In BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDABY General Counsel of the Deportment at Northeast District Office, 3426 Bills, Attended Nursery f
Exhibit "A" (beloasset) forth In said : Jim Duncan Superintendent2tchg
above captioned action, I will sell the Final 10/19.26 2600 Blair Stone Road Tallahassee, Road Jacksonville, Florida 32207. Sunday School........ ................. 10am
property situated In Bradford County, Judgment. Control 240 Florida 32399-2400. within 14 day. of Itchg 10/26 Morning Worship .......................... 11 am
Florida, described as: EXHIBIT A publication of this notice Petitioner Control 244 Evening<.orvtce .................... 6pm
The W 1/2 of W 1/2 of Lots 45 and 60 The South 922.4 feet of the SE 1/4 of shall mail a copy of the petition to the Wednesday Youth .. ................... 7.30 pm
and the E 1/2 of E 1/2 of Lots 46 and 59 the SE 1/4 of Section 35 Township 7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of- rHE EIGHTH applicant at the, iddrest Indicated aboveat
and the W 1/2 of W 1/2 of Lot 44, and theE South Range 22 East lying West of State JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD the time of filing. Failure to file a petition
Road 100. FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. within this time period shall
constitute
1/2 of : 1,2 of Lot 43 that lies North of
" road in Woodlawn, Section Lest and except: all existing roods CASE NO. 89 149-CA a waiver of any right such person GO AHEAD
a graded county -
11, Township 5 South, Range 22 and rights of way. Said lands containing GARFI: JOE LOViLAC, may have to request an admlnl.tratlv.det.rmlnatlon .
thereof recordedIn 25 acres, more or lest, are located In Plaintiff (hearing) under Section
to plot
East. according
Bradford Florida. vs 12O.57 Florida Statutes.
Plot Book I 1. Page 17. of the publicrecords County
DAVID EARL COX, TAKE A
. Florida DATED at Starke Bradford County The Petition shall contain the follow
of Bradford County
the and bestbidder Florida this 16th day of October. 1989. JOHNNIE lE LArSON, andPRIfCHilT ing Information: ((0)) the name address
at public sale, to highest RAY NORMANAS fRUOING.. INC.. and telephone number of each petitioner
for cash, at the main front entrance :
GOOD
w ) LOOK
Courthouse CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURTBy Do!endants. the applicant't name and address !
Bradford
of the County
Carol Williams NO flC E OF ACTION the Department Permit File
In Starke, Florida, between 11:00: (l lDon't
Deputy Clerk CO: DAVID EARL COX his hairs and Number and the county In which the project
and 2:00 Wednesday be afraid of
a.m. : p.m. on assigns. putting
Control 238 It proposed; (b) A statement of how
November 8, 1989. 2tchg 10/19.26 Address Unknown and when each petitioner received God's Word to the test. It
RAY NORMAN
YOU ARE 1I1R :8Y NUIIII! &) (hut
: on action notice of the Department's action or
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURTBy has boen plod In Brad. proposed measures up to the closest
juinsl
00020.1 you action; (c) A statement of how
Carol Williams, Bid No. 9-1101-1 ford County In the nbovo lylod Court. each petitioner's substantial Interestsore scrutiny. No part of It has
Deputy Clerk SECTION 00020 You ore further nahfioii (that in said action affected by the Department's actionor ever been successfully
HARRY B. MAHON ESQUIRE INVITATION TO BID the Plaintiff is requesting that the proposed action; (d) A statement of
MAHON, FARLEY 8. McCAULI. P.A. Sealed bids will be received by the Court award monetary damages for in the material facts disputed by Petitioner disputed. It Is truth and

Attorney for Husband Bradford County School Board 582 North juries sustained in an automobile acci If any; (e) A statement of facts unlike the "facts" we tend to
350 E. Adams Street Control 237 Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091 dent. which petitioner contends warrant
Jacksonville, Fl 32202 2lchg 10/19-26 until: YOU ARE REQUIRED to servo a copy of reversal or modification of the Depart surround ourselves with

((904)) 354-4300 LOCAL TIME: 6 P.M. your written defenses, if any, to the action ment's action or proposed action: (f) A truth never changes. At First
FLORIDA BAR NO. 049690 ._ .. on the Plaintiff's whose
DAY OF WEEK: Wednesday attorney statement of which rules or statutes r Christian Church we preach
NOTICE OF !INT-NTION name and address Is DARLA JEAN contends reversal
DATE: November 1, 1989 and Immediately petitioner require or
TO RECMHRFICTITIOUS thereafter publicly opened CHRISTOPHER. Past Ollica/ Drawer 40. modification of the Department's actionor from God's Word exclusively.That .

NAME read aloud and recorded In the Conference Stake, Florida 32091, on or before 27 proposed action; and (g) A statementof eliminates a lot of
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida Room of the School Board November. 1989 and lila the original the relief sought by petitioner stating
with the Clerk of this Court, either problems. There are no flawsin
Statutes, notice is hereby given that the Building for the following precisely the action petitioner wants the
undersigned. J. H. or JAMES H. RAULER- RE: LAWTEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL before service on the Plaintiff's attorneyor Department to take with respect to the His Word that require

SON.. Route 4, Box 1555, Storke, Florida Toilet Building Additionand Immediately thoreullor; otherwise a Department's action or proposed action.If revision. R
I '-32091 sole owner doing business under RenovationBID judgment will be ooterod for the relief a petition It filed the administrative .. ,

g 1 iWMirm name of WRANGLEimiQUIP1 -, NUMBER: 9-1101-1 .- *. __ "*demanded*WITNESS in My the hand Curnplaint.und "II.cldls.al. of'this hearing process Is designed formulate 1'. v. '..,1..., I, .. "
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EQUIPMENT the "
l' CO., or WRANGLafo! Specifications and/or bid farms maybe agency action. Accordingly Depart .
this 23rd of October,
I Ro"ute4. Box 1555, Starke, Florida 32091 examined at the Bradford County Court on day ment's final action may be different from
Intends to register said fictitious name School Board 582 North Temple 1989. MAY NORMAN the position taken by it in this Notice. FirsfChristian' Church ?'* .

under the aforesaid statute. Avenue, Starke Florida 32091 and may O.RKOF: THECOURTBy Persons whose .ub.tantlallnt.re.t. will '
Doted this 17th day of October. 1989. be obtained at the same location for a Carol: Williams be affected by any declsipn of the soy W. Call St. ,
,In Bradford County. $10.00 non-refundable deposit. The Department with regard to the application -
Deputy Clerk Bible School: 9:45 am Worship 10:45: am
have the to becomea
4tpdI019.1I9Control to
estimated construction cost of this project right petition
10/26-11/16
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Set October 27 Wedding Date ElementaryOur City Council Group 1 .
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Landa J. Koistinen, daughter of Vernie and Gwen Thornton of Starke carnival Is almost here! 11
and Christopher G. Meng, son of Francis and Delores Meng of Hampton Please make your plans to come
Lake will be joined in marriage on Friday, October 27, at 7 p.m. at Pine tomorrow from &-9 p.m. Be sure to
Level Baptist Church in Starke. bring an appetite. We'll have
All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Reception will follow. chicken&rice, chill, burgers,fries,, NORMAN'SROADSIDE
popcorn, sno cones, candy apples
and morel!
Due to insurance problems, we
Hampton Hilites i I will not be having our Moonwalks
this year.Due to other problems,we MARKET
Renee Ford, Emily: Genest, Brandy will not have a Haunted House
By Dolores Meng.4BH-191S Johnson, Paul Jones, Brian Mc- However, we are looking forward to of StarkeSTRING
Condolence... Clellan Christina Meng, Samara our IS booths t Our Bingo and 301 North
is extended to the Family Prevatt, Chad Rhoden, Rachel Cakewalk promises to be exciting!
Sympathy and mends of Eloyse Broome who Smith, David Stone, Harriet Parents,please bring your cakes by) ,<
died Oct. after long illness. She Waldron. : 4 p.m.on Friday. 'h" /w
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2nd-Amanda Flanagan, Jeremy f Carnival tickets are on sale until
of
the mother
had lived in Orlando, I ... BEANS"f'
James Broome, and was born Dec. Gates, Brandi Gatlin, Juston Hart, ... 3:15 p.m. Friday for 5 for $1. At the
Brian Lott, Brad Muse, Matilda carnival they will be 125 each. /, ", "
23. 1899. Schmidt and 'T Look for the carnival booths on the /''
Rhoden, Christopher .(
Attend Fair... Paul Turner.23..Amanda. .. .. 4II front two wings at classroom doors. ...; _;8'O"/I'
and 10 Bingo and the Fun Store will be "'. ,
Kevin and Patti Meng Heine, Chasity ... ,
children, Christina and Daniel, en Jones, James Wartluft. '+ located in the cafeteria. A tent will
joyed the Jacksonville Fair last 3rd-Marcus Affron, Nena Contois, ), t11' r house the Cakewalk outside the Mustard &: Turnip
Saturday. They were celebrating Daniel Davis, Detria Ford, Alisha ) cafeteria. The dunkin' booth will be
family birthdays over the weekend. Hayes, Jason Lovell, Crystal Murphy \ located near the basketball court. GREENS

Home from Trip... ; 4th-Clay Archey, Vicki Hutto, _ill j a T.-* \ ." Thank you...

Mrs Viola Lefebvre accompaniedher Amanda. Rowland; 6thAngelaMeng. Mr.&Mrs.Douglas R.Ashley Thank you, Bradford County $ ] 50bunch
Sheriffs A unique and en-
Dept.
Judy &
daughter and son-in-law, Attaining ALL A's and B's were: .

last Henry week.Spell,They to the returned Northern Sunday states 1st-Michael Bradley, Cory Chap- Ross-Ashley United in MarriageSherry joyable K-2-4,the safety friendly program robot,was featuring held in
Swan,
pell, Amanda Godwin, Greg
Oct. 17 for grades
after visiting Viola's brother-in-law, our cafeteria on ,Tangerines &.HacHin
Ed Kasey and family, in Kokomo, Sean' 2nd-Jason Wiggins.Barr, Chris Darga T. Ross and Douglas R. Ashley were united in marriage on Fri- K2.Etheridge A big thanks and the to Officer Fla. Highway Gill,Ken ,v"..'1.ORANGES+".
Indiana. They were celebratingViola's Brandt Hawes, Joshua Hodges andJoshua in Madison St. Church, by Rev. Henry McKinney. 0 : 6
day Oct. 6 Baptist Patrol for visiting us. Thanks to '',; < .' .m'-i
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her ;
birthday and joined Bowen, The E. Ross of Starke.The "" (
Starling. 2/3-Kelly bride is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs.Charles ,', lA. m.
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niece, Dorothy Pfender, for her birthday Tyler Caldwell,Jenette Gatlin,John groom is the son of Mrs. Adel Starling, also of Starke. t for many sponsoring the informative safe- ',:, .." ", -<
celebration in Newburg, In Rhoden, Pat and Mrs. Susan "." '
Elaine Goins, pianist,
diana. They also visited relatives in Hodges Raymond Wedding music was provided. by ty booklets which the children were "' ,. :,ij.i4-1/t
Flanagan. Strickland, soloist. We hope K-2-4 will visit SSE
Harrodsburg and Owensboro, Kentucky 3rd-Nikki Baker Melody Barr, Given in marriage by her father,the bride wore a white full-length gownof given. soon! of'ol',5tbba:
Jimmy Coleman, Michael Collins, white tissue taffeta,featuring a high Illusion neck,a basque waist with a again very
One of the highlights of their trip Deena Crawford, Bobby Dennis, back bow and a semi-cathedrallength train.The neckline and bodice were
was touring the Kentucky Horse Maria Haefeker, Jessie Marshall, trimmed in schilfli lace encrusted with seed pearls and irridescent se FRESH MULLET
Farm and other beautiful farms in Roger Mitzel, Joey Rowe, Ester quins.The short,puff sleeves were adorned with self-roses and ended in a BIRTHDAY
the Lexington area. They wer fortunate Smith, Erik Scoggins, Jassy Starl- band of schiffli lace.The skirt front and train were edged! in a deep borderof HAPPY 89* lb.CATFISH.
to see the spectacularautumn ing, Melody Youngblood. schiffli lace with scatters of irridescent sequins and seed pearls. BABY
foliage along the way. In 4th-Robert Broome, Alicia The bridal bouquet featured red and white roses in a cascade arrange Rose Sewell
Kokomo they were greeted with six Crosley Leisha Eaton Hannah ment. Her headpiece was made of pearls and sequins in cascading lace.
inches of snow also a lovely sight! Ford, Peter Knipp, Amanda Meng Miss Tamara Sapp served as maid of honor, wearing a red satin tea- From Yourfl Love
Hampton Elementary Clint Morgan, Matthew Mullis and length gown accented with pouff sleeves and red satin bows at the top of Sewell $1.79 ib.
Halloween Carnival... Danny Wiggins. the sleeve and back of the dress.White roses adorned the hair.She carrieda ..
5th-Chris Affron, Hope Archey, bouquet of red&: white roses with baby's breath. 'w$ '
Last call for the annual Halloween Adrienne Coleman, Roxanne Condone Bridal attendants were Muts Kerrie Crawford, Miss Barbie Crawfordand Did You Know... I f fn
Carnival to be held at the school Fri Chris Gibbs, Lisa McClellan, Miss Lisa Nettles, wearing dresses like the honor attendant's. Ms. Lou Wainwright just returned ; tiv : :Bt e
day, Oct. 27 from 5-9 p.m. Come in Jason McCullough. 6th--Jenny Miss Jessica Crawford served as flower girl and Master Jeremy from a bus tour with Classic Travel :
costume to enjoy the fun and food Johnson Gretchen Harris, Carrie Crawford served as ring bearer. Club of Palatka. The tour included rafi.
booths and perhaps win a valuable Meng and Denver Oehl. Best man was Andrew Strickland,with Maxi!Padgett,Marshall Phillipsand Asheville, N.C.. Roanoke, Va. .; I
prize! Allen Holtzendorf serving as ushers. (Skyline Drive), Hershey, Pa.
Honor Roll Students... Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the reception hall, (Chocolate World Museum), Lan
For the first six weeks grading Fr. Ilochheim InstalledAs which was decorated with bouquets of red&white roses with palms and caster, Pa. (Amish communities), HALLOWEENPUMPKINS
period, those receiving ALL A's St. Edwards PastorOn ferns, accented with red & white wedding bells. Poconos,Pa. (Glenwood Resort with
were: 1st grade-Charlene Clifton The bride's table was adorned with red & white tablecloths, wedding local trolley tours then to
Sunday,Oct.22,Bishop John J. bells and roses. Williamsburg, Va. (historical &
Snyder of the St. Augustine Diocese Mrs.Joyce Crawford cut and served the cake.The bride's book was kept cultural exhibits)and Myrtle Beach, Fresh Line Of Produce
officially installed Father William by Miss Stacie Gibbs. S.C. She also attended the Carolina
Deanery Meeting Hochheim as Pastor of St. Edward's The newlyweds now reside in Starke. Opry musical program.
Attended Oct. 19 Catholic Church.
Bishop Snyder concelebrated the
On Thursday, Oct. 19, the fall special mass with Father Hochheim,
meeting of the Gainesville Deanery, expressing his pleasure at visitingSt. SparkmanWynnReunion
hosted by St. Patrick's Catholic Edward's. In his homily Father Oct. 28 LEGAL NOTICENotice
Church, was held at Holy Faith Bill thanked parishioners for
Church in Gainesville. welcoming him to the church and At Gold Head Park

reports During of yearly the business plans were session given community.Joey Shuford and Sean Con- pioneer Descendants settlers of, William Bradford Sparkmanand County Is hereby given that the 1989 certified tax rolls have

by affiliation presidents. Toni Coss naughton were Altar Servers at the the Tax .*. 'i", -
Edwards' the John C.Wynn,will gather Satur- been delivered by the Property:Appraiser to
the St. report. Mass. Debbie Connaughton was
gave Special guests attending were Lector and Toni! Coss was Organist. day State, Oct.Park 28 on at Gold Hwy.Head 21 North Branch of Collector. Tax rolls are open for collection for all Real
Dolores Hankins of Jacksonville, Ushers were Frank Matt and Ray
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newly elected president of the mond Trimble. Offertory gifts were Keystone Heights.A Estate, Tangible and Railroad taxes for Bradford County,
covered dish dinner will be servo
Florida Council of Catholic Women, presented by the Searcy family. ed by Pavilion No. 32 in the park, SJRD, Starke. Lawtey, Hampton and Brooker as of

and president Judy Estes of the also of St.Jacksonville Augustine, Altars were of decorated while gladiolus with arrangements beginning at 12 noon. Cottages for those are November 1st, 1989 In the office of the Tax Collector,
available in the park
Diocesan Council of Catholic chrysanthemums and greenery. wishing to stay overnight. Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, FL., Telephone:
Women. Garlands of similar fresh flowers Those attending are asked to bring 964-6280 Office hours 8:00 to 5:00 Monday thru Friday
Mass was concelebrated by adorned the Holy Fa mily and Sacred of family membersand : :
Father Roland Julian (St. Patrick's Heart statues, compliments of Bar- early portraits
other items of interest concern- except legal holidays.
Pastor), Father James O'Neal bara Trudeau. the two families. Gene Mat-
Moderator), Father the St. ing
the
(Deanery Following ceremony former of The
thews, publisher
William Hochheim (St. Edward'sPOastor Edward's Altar Society hosted a Bradford County Telegraph, will If taxes paid:
Father Moeses Hall.Besides
and
) reception in the Parish historical information concern-
give
Palaroan of Branford.The fruit punch coffee and hot ing the two families as recorded in November 4% Discount
luncheon guest speaker was chocolate variety of sandwiches,
a
of that time.
old
Rector of the St. served.In newspapers December 3% Discount
Father Bob Baker, cakes and finger foods were For further information, contact
Augustine Cathedral Basilica. He charge of arrangements for this 2% Discount
Carol O'Steen, 919 E. Wilson Road January .
gave an account of the Catholic Missions affair were Zita Shuford who
dating from 1565 in this area. prepared the food, Kay Richard and Starke, 9642903. ,February .4k- 1% Discount
He spoke of the Santa Catalina, San Sallye Scoggins. March tVt, No Discount
ta Maria, Santa Fe and San Felasco .
Missions and those recently April Penalty
discovered by archaeologists in the Need An Electrician?
Camp O'Lena area. He is working on Esther S. Hall
a novel entitled Cacique, concerningthe call DAN WAINWRIGHT ,
Indian tribes and labors of Tax Collector
early -36 Yn.Experience All Types Electrical Work .
early Attending missionaries.this meeting from St. 782 1077 Single&3I'hase. Reason! &1y t Priced Work Bradford County

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m Coach David Hurse has said a having one distirct loss.In that case Fe beats Baker and Lee beats "We just didn't execute. You can "Travis has been Mr. Consistent games for three weeks in a row.
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best Tornado team in there would be a three-way play- f, Baker,Bradford would win the Dlst. tell by looking at the game film," Coach Sexton pointed out. It's possible l-
nee of a District years.The the first Monday following the final 3-3A title because Bradford has Coach Hurse says. for us, points out Coach Sextion. to get up four weeks in a row but
;>> bas also been 3-3A champion- game of the season,which would be beaten Santa Fe. Coach Mike Sexton, the defensive "We just got hold of a red hot Mac- it's hard to do,Sexton says. .
ids of Santa Fe High.placed l In the Nov.20.No site determined yet.The "I didn't think we'd be down for coordinator, named inside clenny ball club,"Is how Coach Sex- "We weren't on top of our game.
anta Fe plays Baker this play-off could be four downs from Macclenny. but we were," says linebacker Travis Long the outstanding ton evaluates the Baker game. Coach Sexton says. We made somt
Friday the 10 yard line,or one-quarter! If the Coach David Hurse.! defensive! player. Nobody else "They played en excellent game. mistakes and Macclenny was good
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a key game," Head Coach senior Walter Donaldson, No. 4, and players report for practice this fail BHS scouts show Paxon in a A slant In route Eo the slot man. Paxon beat Flsgler Palm Coast have In
losses
David nurse says of this FridayOct. sophomore Jerome Clark, No.1. and has been using freshmen at wishbone offense, but the Golden Down and out to WO Pickney, No. its opening game. The High
( 27) night's District 3-I1A: battlein The "re hitters and good athletes, wideout and tight end, five Eagles have also tried the 9. been to Nassau High Baker and 23-3
Jacksonville with the 1.5 Golden BUS scouts say. Donaldson doublesat sophomores, and six juniors.In I-formation, the split veer, and the Down and out to WO Whitaker No. Eastside High Raines High week.,
Eagles of Paxon High. running back along with Malcolm addition, the head coach, Seph wing formation. They've been sear to Jacksonville Lee last
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Paxon has size and speed but is Thomas, No. 7, and Kevin Shanks, McCullough, resigned this week and ching so far, and the Tornado the tight end from theIformation
young And inexperienced. The front No 2. Thomas also plays defensive team will be handled by assistant coaches really won't know what to with the setback going Getting to Paxon...
line of the Golden Eagles looks like it safety coaches this Friday, the Florida expect until they see it. deep. is In northwest
averages 40 pounds and is as big as Times-Union reported Tuesday mor Quarterback Reggie Graham, No. Best Paxon running plays are the Paxon High east to Cassat
Baker, says Coach Hurse. Paxon There is also Jason Metts, No. 55, ning. Coach Alpha Smith has been 5,is a right-handed drop back passer wing counter, the quick pitch to the Jacksonville. Go Cassat 1-10 Ave.and turn
will be no pushover. Baker High who plays middle guard on defense designated as lead coach. Mc who throws short passes to the left running backs, Malcolm Thomas, Avenue,exit at .
found it difficult to run on paxon's and is left guard on offernse, and Cullough 40 head coach for five best. The best receiver, BHS scouts No. 7, or Walter Donaldson, No. 4; left, go under the leaver
:r;-4 defense, points out Coach Hurse. defensive tackle Jerome Clark, No. years, cited( "irreconcilable dif say, Is split end Aaron Pickney, 9, the left half, Donaldson, on the dive go north; turn right Melson onto St.Pax-
Paxon has some good football 56, who doubles at offensive right ferences" with the Paxon ad- who has good speed. The wideout is between guard and tackle, and a Street; turn left onto
of Melson
Bradford tackle. ministration and "outside Thedius Whitaker dive Iformationwith on High is at the corner
players according to in No. 12, a junior. tailback from the
!scouts, such as inside line',Dckers. But Paxon had only 21 varsity terference" from Paxon boosters. Favorite Paxon pass plays are: two backs leading tQ block. and West Fifth Street.

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Baker High scored two quick spun around and away from one down but Tornado inside linebacker ball to the Bradford 12 yard line. But On fourth down from the 32 yard lobbed high and took time to come
touchdowns through the air, then us- tackle,was hit again and the football Travis Long made the tackle after a an illegal blocking penalty on Baker line QB Mallory rolled to his right on down. Jones and Baker's Berry,Givens apparentlynot was
ed rolled out of bounds. five yard gain, to the BHS 32. moved the ball back to the Baker 32. the play action pass and seemed to realizing
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., tn eat up the clock and hung on to The 48-yard drive was the Tornadoes On second down wideout Frank QB Mallory missed on two straight be getting pressure from the Tornado back of Givens them made, the not catch for the
win 14-7 in the battle of unbeaten best effort of the second half. Holten beat Tornado cornerback passes, one in the flat, and the second defense. Meantime, wideout pass. touchdown. Manning -
District 3-3A teams on Bradford After that, there was not another Lance Wiggins by five yards and on the same route by wideout Vic Givens had slipped behind Tornado second Baker 14-0 Baker lead
PAT for
Field before the largest crowd of the Bradford first down.It caught a high pass from QB Malloryover Frank Holten. But this time corner- secondary defenders Terry added the a in the first
season Friday night, Nov. 20. was a big win for Baker,leaving his head looking back for the back Wiggins got back in better Berry and Trammell Jones into the with 4:49: remaining
The loss drops Bradford High to Dist. 3-3A honors up to Santa Fe first Baker touchdown. Dwight Man- shape and got some assistance from Bradford endzone, about 8-10 yards period.
5-1 on the season and 2-1 in Dist. High which plays Baker this Friday ning kicked the extra point; Baker safety Terry Berry and knocked back of the Tornado pair. Givens See page 11A
:3-:SA. The win leaves Baker night, Nov. 27. A Santa Fe win would led 7-0 with 2'/4' minutes of the first down the pass. had to wait on the pass, which was
undefeated, 6-n on the season and 3-0 create a 3-way tie, with Santa Fe, period gone.Starting .
and atop Dist. J-3A standing.The Bradford and Baker each having one at their 23, the Tornadoes
Tornadoes scored once, a loss. If Baker beats Santa Fe, the moved the football, first 20 yards on BHS Must Bounce Back vs. PaxonThe I
64-yard drive immediately followingthe Wildcats would be in the driver's two Baker penalties resulting from
two Baker touchdowns to get seat for Dist. 3-3A honors. over-zealous and over-anxious
within seven points, 147. Wildcat defenders.Bradford runnng key says defensive coordinator to expect tomorrow night. Paxon, Bradford High won three of four
Baker moved the football on the Baker QB Marcus Mallory shredded back Clint Reed ran for 2, then 16 Mike Sexton, is to bounce 1-5, is down. Five year Coach Seph tough games, beating Lee High of
ground behind a large offensive line the Bradford secondary in the yards and a BHS first down at the back from the loss to Baker. Emo- McCullough resigned this week. The Jacksonville 24-7, Madison High
and in the air on the arm of quarter- first half, completing 7 of 15 passes Baker 37.From tionally drained, the Tornadoeswere Eagles have run various offenses,so 28-14, and Santa Fe High 21-0 before
back Marcus Mallory and with a for 156 yards, and moving the foot- the 37, RB Reed started on flat against Baker. BHS coaches won't know what to ex- dropping a 14-7 game to Baker High.
bevy of Wildcat receivers. With the ball on the ground and in the air. an end sweep and simply droppedthe Paxon High of Jacksonville and pect until they see It.
14-7 lead. Baker stuck to a time- Starting from its own 35,Baker got football. Baker's Chris Rewis, a Eastside High of Gainesville are the But Paxon has a large offensiveline BHS will use-Its wing-T offense,
consuming ground game in the se- runs of 13 and 4 yards from fullback 240-pound defensive tackle, two final District 3-3A opponents. and some talented athletes, blockers
cond half that ate up the clock. Jason Knabb, the game's leading recovered at the Baker 44 yard line. Both games are must wins for BHSto although lacking depth and ex- designed to get as many as
ahead of the ball carrier,
Bradford drove 48 yards to the ground gainer with 72 yards in 14 Baker stayed with the passing remain in the chase for the perience in many positions. Baker with possible both backs and guards
Baker nine yard line on its second carries, 5.2 yards per carry. game with QB Mallory running for 8 District 3-3A championship. had a tough time running on Paxon, interference pulling to supplementthe
possession of the third period. On Then QB Mallory threw 48 yards to and 9 yards when he couldn't find a "We've got to win those to keepour Coach Hurse noted. running linemen. BHS will
fourth and one from the Baker nine, RB Maurice Lee out of the backfield.Lee receiver, sandwiched around a five hopes alive,"says Coach Sexton. Excellent physical condition, ex- blocking get
bread and butter
Bradford quarterback Reggie Shef- caught the football in the right yard run by RB Knabb. Then QB Plus, the Tornadoes must look to perienced senior football players back to its plays,
field rolled to his right on the play- flat and ran for a touchdown, but Mallory completed an 11 yard passto Santa Fe High and Lee High of and team quickness are the assets ofthe Coach Hurse savs.
action pass and was thrown for a stepped out of bounds, and the wideout Henry Reed, and Baker Jacksonville for some help in Tornado team. The 4-4 defense will be used by
four yard loss by a hard-charging Wildcats got only 15 yards on the got 15 yards tacked on via a face beating Baker High, currently 3-0 Fullback Clyde DeSue has a BHS,as usual,with some 7-diamond
Baker defense QB Sheffield was play to the Bradford 37. mask penalty on Bradford when and facing Santa Fe this week. sprained ankle and was held out of mixed in under certain situations.
pressed on the crucial play was hit. QB Mallory tried to pass on first Reed was tackled. It moved the foot- Tornado coaches don't know what the Baker eame.:

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Joe Gassy Lisa Thomas was 7th in 15:50: and Whitford 4th in 16:45: Rhonda c'i. "1
aCT StoH Wrll.r Dawn Nail, grade 8, was 12th In Singletary 5th in 16:47: and Jackie 'f ... .. '''' .'' '.' :,.
The Tornado Cross Country teams 16:35: the best times of the year for Sirmopoulos 6th in 17:22.: ;. : ;tMr. ';
are getting ready for district cham- both runners. The boys race was won by Larry .." .It
pionship meets,scheduled for Saturday Kim Stone of Bolles was the first Green In 18:05.: Kenny DeSue was I \ % .
November 4, at the north cam- place runner in the Varsity boys 3rd in 20:29.: Tyrone Sanders was ;:.
pus of the Jacksonville Community division covering the three miles in 10th in 22:39 and Eric DeSue 11th in .
College.. 16:20. 22:55.: ,
Tornado runners have shown good Larry Green placed 7th in 16:59: \ .
Improvement over the season, and Kenny DeSue placed 42nd in Barry Shaddix and Alan Graff of
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coach George Loper. Several run- 19:47: both posting their best of the Keystone Heights were 4th and 5th ;;-ir-t -. ....., .
ners posted their best times of the year. Tyrone Sanders came in 53rd respectively in 20:31: and 20:42: andPafatka : -....I\
year at the Fourth Annual Episcopal in 21:35.: runner Josh Allen placed .. .-.... ',..
invitation meet in Jacksonville, Eric Cowart was 25th in 24:12: in 2nd in 19:34.: \ ..._.. :
Saturday, October 21. ,. the Junior Division. No more meets are scheduled until
About 10 teams were entered in the district championships Nov. 4, '
the girls division and 12 in the boys The last regular season meet was but practice workouts will be held in :
division Loper said. Tuesday October 24, at the Starke preparation. ,
Senior Ramona Tennant was third home track, a three way meet versus Ramona Tennant has the leading :"0. +
overall, covering the two mile visiting Keystone Heights and time for girls and Larry Green has "
course in 13:05.: Freshman Renee Palatka. the second best time for boys going
Daugherty ran 29th in 15:20: ,her best In the girls division Ramona Ten into the district said Coach Loper. .
time of the year, and Sophomore nant was 1st in 14:05: Renee The first six teams and the best -- .
Woolvin Daugherty 3rd in 15:34: and Cheryl five individual runners will advanceto j
Cheryl was 41st in
best time of the year. 20:23: her Woolvin 7th In 23:09. regional competition scheduledfor Girls Varsity Cross Country Team... team are: ((1 I to r) Coach l-oper, Ramona Tennant, :: J
In the Junior Division 6th grader Keystone Heights runner Amy Saturday, Nov. 11 at Coach George l.oper's (....I Varsity Cross Country Cheryl Woolvin, Hence Dougherty and Delia Scott. I
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I Bucholz Ladv Bobcats End BUS Vollvball Team's Streak ." I. it itB

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BCT Staff Writer booster to us going into the district to date and a 15-2 record overall. Last Thursday, October 19, the Bits VI.Clay kA. ,
The girls Varsity Volleyball team playoffs," said veteran Coach Inez Losing the Buchholz match in RllSts. BuchhuU
girls played a three game match ......II...... 10 ,
winning streak ended Tuesday night Diggs. Only one match remains in three games, 10-15, 15-8, 7-15 the P.1,1, with Clay High at the Starke gym, 0..41,..."., > 0 .4 2 0 hm. I
with a loss to the Buchholz Bobcats the regular season against Ocala girls were not down after the games Plays ....,.41 A..> 0...... Menika' Willie... 0 0 2 hili..I d10. -
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26. didn't perform their best last night. .S..)., a 1 I black, I winning a close first game fd-14, Aum. Willi.... a 0 .Ned hili., I I
The first meeting'of the teams The District Tournament will be Rita Stepheny, who seldom serves dig then dropping the second 9-15 but ble.k I dl0
went to Starke by close scores of played at Buchholz November 1-3, but plays well in the backcourt was laToca..... 4 0 I black. I coming back to win the third and L.To,. I..h... 0 .. 7.k111... I die "..
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I JV Overpowers.... KHHS Indians 396By I I Baker) Game. fron.p-g.ioA : ] 1,1,

Joe Glt y by substitutes.: In the"third quarterthe team doing ah outstanding job" Three Baker running plays were a receiver. Baker then allowed the I :
BCT Staff Wrlt.r second team offense scored on Guiterrez said. "They made their With under four minutes remain- foot short of a first down at the Brad clock to expire. ".j I IBod'odHlgh
'We were expecting a little an 80 yard quarterback keeper by best showing of the year." Ing in the game Bradford tried to ford 17. Bradford got the football a 0 7 0 0 7 i
tougher game," said Coach Mike Chris Snow the extra point kick by Thursday, October 26. (today) the pass. On the first try, QB Sheffieldwas last time with 1:58 remaining in the Baker High 14 0 0 0 14OHS :. ,'
Guiterrez of the Bradford High JV McLeod was wide for a 33-0 score. JVs travel to Macclenny for their sacked for a seven yard loss game. QB Sheffield could not find a ------ Baker : I I"nt
fooball encounter with Keystone In the fourth quarter Chris Snow last game of the year. Game time is when tackled from behind by three receiver on his first pass attempt / Downs 10 J4
Heights last Wednesday, Oct. 18, at threw a touchdown pass to Jason 7p.m. Baker players he didn't hear com and was tackled for no gain. His se- Ru.hl.1 V.d JJ'2 20-ISa
the Tornado home field. Lee for a 60 yard play. Again the The Wildcats also have a 6-0 ing. Two more passes intended for cond pass a long throw to the Tornado Paling' Yard II 151 :. ,
The Tornadoes kept their kick was missed, the final score was record going into this game and TE Chris Dinkins were incomplete. sideline at midfield, was intercepted PC.PA-PI 4.17.1 715.1Punt.
Jenkins' off the side of his foot Baker's 6-3 Reed who ,22.2 021.0Pumbl.rl.l
unbeaten record, going to 6-0 on the 39-6. posted an 18-7 victory over the Lake punt by
season, racking up their best win of "The big surprise was the second City Junior High team. traveled J only 11 yards. leaped high in front of a Bradford Penalll.-y.rda 5-Se 2.1 .2-1... 'I I

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Mark Frledlln opening of the show." said variety of music including Saturday Is the big day but on Saturday: from opening ceremonies Festival free to the public
BCT Staff Writer Festival Organizer Nancee folksingers bluegrass rock and the Sunday the celebration
at 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., with Renovated historic Call Street
The Third Annual Starke-SFCC Clark. "And now that this pop and contemporary country continues with art, 'Call.
Street Kitchen open until will be the site of the Festival as
Festival of the Arts beautiful Fall weather has along with dance.
gets contemporary demonstrations and en- seven, and on Sunday from noon artists began setting up their
underway Saturday morning moved Into the area, conditionsseem (See our accompanying story on tertainment for all. till five p.m. booths between U.S. 301 and the
when opening ceremonies perfect for both the artists the entertainment for the show.) The hours of the festival are, on All of the entertainment at the railroad tracks in the center of
begin on Starke's historic Call and the spectators.
Street at 9 a.m."Everyone Entertainment will be ongoing Jefferson Street JEFFERSON ST.
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: .. ... The Shoestring Players from
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.,. ...' '. .r at 2 p.m.
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.' The more q "./\ 7O artists who
: : .t: / i. will be fealty r f.e show are
'.** ,.<* coming from all over the state of
: Florida. South Georgia and
of them local artists
are
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eager to display their talent to
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II ifL the appreciative big crowds
stl14fJ 'i, 1 ..( 'i/i. which, have been a highlight of
: the show since its Inception.
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... by the City of Starke and by"Santa
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V rY Starke Center, the SFCC
Endowment Corporation and
rts the Starke-BradTord Chamber of
ark Commerce."We .
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r.:. J public and the artists who have
Y participated In the show,"
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/ "ThIs Is truly an event that
draws the community togetherIn
one of the best possible ways.
The artists who have committedto
the show this year are
outstanding and we expect an-
other very successful event.

SPECIAL-THANKS To Those renovated The setting Call Street, along section the of
WhoHelped ]
L .- the city which has undergone a
tremendous rebirth In the past
S few years Is a perfect one for an
.. event of this type with plenty of
FESTIVAL SPONSORS: ; ; CHILDREN'S AREA SPONSOR: MEDiA: parking for the festival-goers

Santa Fe Community College Andrews Wal-Mart Store #1283 WEAG of Starke Fl. ,artists spacious display with their areas for many the

Center FL creations and a central location
Santa Fe Community College CASH AWARD SPONSORS: WwxGTGK fGaainneessvviillee, FL (which is easily accessible for all i
Centel Central Florida. Telephone Co. WJXT-TV Channel 20 ,those who attend.
Endowment Corporation WUFT-TV Channel 5 The categories In the festival
City of Starke E. I. DuPont Include works In two
Starke-Bradford County Chamber of Farmers &: Dealers Bank dimensions (painting drawing
prlntmaklng and photography)
Commerce .. '. Ie SUPPORTERS: ',' -. > .. '<" and In three dimensions (wood-
VOLUNTEERS: Ron Disbrow- EconoLodge working sculpture In all of Its
PURCHASE AWARD SPONSORS., : ....' various forms and mediums,
Scouts Bradford School Board
Boy Jim Duncan -
',: with creations In ,
along glass
Belco Enterprises. Inc. V. BUS ROTC
Superintendent ceramics and fibers along with
Bradford Furniture ;. BUS Latin Club natural material creations like
Al Kay Carlisle .' '',:j\ f Carolyn Eaves hand-woven' baskets made from
I ,; pine -needles and other
Clark I Bradford
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rk :--i';, Office SPECIAL CREDITS: materials. 'These exhibits are
Davis Monk Farnsworth & CO.. .j Starke Police Department Haunted House Designed and staffed .always some of the more
Denmark Furniture Junior Women's Club the Junior Women's Club popular of the show, attracting
Gray Flynn DMD r Little Women by big crowds who enjoy browsing. ,
CoL William Otte Face Painting-Pat Crawford and buying.
Charles Heavner
Jim>< Love Two top Jurors who will be
Chance Irvine Margaret Ritchie Master of Ceremonies Bill Hutchinson Judging the many works at the
Mitchell's Store Reno show for the awarding of prizes
Drug Sgt.ill
Photography By Cathy Wooley' '/:...'' .. Dr. Bernard M Fa den Wizard of Art Mike Crawford will be on hand throughout the
.
festival.
EtherTdge
Sheriff Ken
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,Al Stefannelli. :":'w' .;::\ ,,:. :_' The first .. George Ferrelra. a
''Triest Construction' ,: J'n .- ".''," ," ,. sculptor and furniture designer
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'' -It( '! 1. '( ':, l'''. ,'l'fii{ \\ ". .;.. ,. "'i,. s from Mlcanopy.fodda.Oeorgeeunently .
< 'PIANNINGCOMMITTEE: V.' STAFFJ: ; .: ,. ,. ', ';' owns the
SroNSORS t
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POSTER : ; ;; .;, ,* : Amelia Ifarnard ; .,.t"I',{,; Mlcanopy Studio Gallery and
Terwillegar Ford:w.. r$"" "',/ Linda Patrick designs custom furniture for his
?;: t Carol Brown
,, clients., ..
'rh Alice Hudson
DeerfootGallery, v I.;' 't" : -, "I,' :':'XV.'-,"-,,,;:. I Nancee Clash'CONTRIBUTORS ; Ferreira acknowledges tb.
Lila Rae Yawn
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m """ Influences of Shaker and
:! ,. I Tom Holland > t'
\ L Olivia Scott
r : + Japanese furniture his works
I "Jr. Food MartSonny's ,", :.w ... .r1 Anita Rink' Jim Dyksterhouse .j: evident In his newest pieces that
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,-, ,' '< :, '." 'fi'x'.,'(?"?': ..,- "I. ..",,.. Loma Reddish Jon Cathlee Hourfhtelintf c Sozlnsu '\v>. :IDclud"ap.J1oI1da* furniture .
', Ranchatyla ana
: Eddie Douglas t !
Starke Video I "Masks of nart a-
Vito's Pizza Beverly McGee SPECIAL THANKS to'The Bradford Ferreira exhibits annuaBjr to
Western Steer Glenda Epps County Telegraph John Miller; Gene .the Spring Arts Festival la
.
..ft ." 'Carojjtt Gainesville and !has won ate
Matthews Mark Frledlin. Eaves
=WD"e .. Kathy Wooley ._ i major 1980.; awards tn(that show atae

,ThIS EventlsSponsored.ln; pqrj.b't, the:Natl9nqI.Endowm far the Arts ciod tho'St te of Caputo.The other at< priB-buabtr Judge Is .feJm and

Florida Department of.State. Division! 'ofCutural: ( /Affairs and; the'E.QcciArs! (.,:! Co r1l/1 1'k llt painter.. from BouA OajaHiia.lit .'

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Bluegrass Fiddler Chubby Wise



To Play Here Saturday Night :

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Chubby Wise, who will be heard preferring to spend more time with It until five in the morning. His
here in a free concert at 7 pm. his wife,Rossi,lie their home in Glen friend wanted to take the music that
Saturday night, October 28, is not St. Mary,near Mflccleniiy. He plays very morning and hay it
just another fiddle player. To the mostly for weddfitm and churchesand copyrighted, but Chubby was too
yaF true country music fan, Chubby has given u&performing In bars tired and said, "I've got to get some
l4f Wise is bluegrass personified. and taverns sijice swearing off rest. You can have it if you can do
He will be heard in an open air ap- alcohol. anything with It." The rest is
pearance at the Santa Fe Community Chubby and a felloW musician had history,and"Orange Blossom" has
College parking lot during the just finished Ploying IJ "gig" in become perhaps the top fiddling
Fourth Annual Starke Festival of the Jacksonville when they heard the tune in country music But Chubby
Arts. Seaboard's Orange Blossom Special' never got any of the royalties.
Chubby, who won fame as co- going by. They lDc:ed the sound and
writer of the classic fiddling tune. decided to write song/ with the train His concert Saturday night will be
"Orange Blossom Special' was m its thprnn and tV*k there at the beginning in the early -
1940s when Bill Monroe was combining
hillbilly and traditional country : w '

music bluegrass.Now to. create a new sound- 1' 4ff 11'Th.

in his 77th year, Chubby con-
tinues to make the fiddle"talk", but
does not travel extensively now, Egyptian, about. 3000 B.C., used, checkmark as the letter T.
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Mark Frledlln The Bradford Baton and Dance Hands", will inspire the audi-
BCT Staff Writer Teams will be twirling and ence with contemporary Christian Original Art Limited Edition Prints
the Fourth Annual Starker dancing to theme songs, In- music as well as traditional Fine Art Posters Sculpture
'sllval of the Arts will not only cluding music from the popular hymns.A Photography Pottery Etchings
l Irma fine arts to downtown 'Batman1 movie. A favorite of the newcomer to this year's mu-
siaike. but will also highlightsome Starke festival the University of sical fest Is "Creative Illusion", a Shrlnkwrapplng Needlework Framing
exciting new entertainers. Florida's Florldance Companywill four-member band from Orange
Several area performers will return this year to presentan Park that composes arrangesand
showcase their talents duringthe entertaining array of dancesIn performs fresh new pro- Florida Q With
October 28 and 29 festival. a variety of contemporarystyles. gressive music Injected with Wildlife F E E
f"| Frame
Dance groups are scheduled to both jazz and rock.
perform each day of the festival. Popular music Is also on the AI Lyons Jr., guitarist and vocalist Poster Purchase
I he Lake Area Junior Dance agenda for the festival, with will treat the audience to
(ompanv. a 16-member dance gospel.Ja//, rock folk guitar and set of his folk melodies. An- Featuring Popular North Florida Artists
I tionpc f with dancers ages nine country represented. At least See Page 38
rough 16. will perform classlil two gospel groups 'The Bride of
I ballet and modern dance. Christ Singers" and In His

THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY!

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1978, Caputo has frequently
< 'F i Iglnally trained as a printer. exhibited his work solo and with
('puto has continually other artists. iiiiiPPP
xf't crlmenled with a broad There will also be some special
f arh r In art the Festival including painting.
i'1uc. ." /erslty of crafts and a special children's
ouch Flo master's emporium where youngsterscan
from the Un f Florida. "piggy bank" prices. '
lie Is now the..* ./ director Local non-profit groups will
.i.i visiting assistant professorof serve a variety of goodies and : 4.ifI
art at the University of South treats on Walnut Street In the
Carolina in Sparten burg. Since Call Street Kitchen area. i ._

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year-old Brandl Thornton of entertainment lineup Is blue- and excitement. The entertain-
holds Folkston. Georgia. Brandl. who grass fiddler Chubby Wise, ment stage will be In the parking
numerous beauty and tal- renowned for co-writing the lot of the Santa Fe
ent tides will treat the crowd to classic tune Community
"Orange Blossom College Andrews Center
En-
I a captivating selection of pop. Special", will fiddle his way Into tertainment hours at the festival
country and rock In her set.
your hearts
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/ Santa Fe Community College's the free 7 .
p.m. concert. p m. and Sunday form noon to 4
Shoestring Players are sure to All of these entertainers and
pm.
,. tickle the funnybones of young others still to be announced, are
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Behind the Scenes at the FestivalBy


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Mark Frledltn located." furniture designer from
BCT Stair Writer Early in the planning process, Micanopy, and John Caputo. a "'
Like Rome the Starke Festivalof the festival committee selects a palnter/prlntmaker from South -t Ii'
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the Arts wasn't built In a day. poster and T-shirt artist, who Carolina. '
Each year, six months of this year Is wildlife artist Jim After the artists have been j. ,
planning and effort lie behindthe Wilson from Gainesville. Wilson accepted Into the show, they SCREEN PORCHES
festival. has created two separate each receive an exhibitor's ALUMINUM) I FLORIDA ROOMS r
"After the first planning Images for the poster and T- Information packet Includingtheir CONSTRUCTIONmo WINDOW REPLACEMENT
session In February, we start shirt both with Florida wildlife booth numbers and a list .. answering some basic scenes. of local motels and restaurants. OPEN SATURDAYS r ,)J WWIO.ALUMINUMCARPORTS ENCLOSURES J"I
questions" said coordinator Since the Starke Festival of the Media publicity for the festival
Nancee Clark. "The planning Arts Is a Juried show,jurors also also begins early. Newspapers, I 375-2500 I .WINDOW AWNINGS
committee'decides the theme have to be chosen several magazines and newsletters ALUMINUM ft VINYl SIDINGS ,
IE SURE TO COME ITMD
who will provide entertainmentfor months before the festival. Thisyear's publicize the festival to artists "Serving Gainesville Area SOFFIT(OVERHANGS)
SEE EVEMTTNIN8/ ON DISMAY!
the Saturday evening concert Jurors are George several months prior to the Sineo 1973" "I
and where each area will be Ferreira, a sculptor and See Page SB i

Artists... .
Winn-Dixie
From Page 3B
Marianne Brennan
Gulf Shores.Al.
Jewelry3A .OVIRNMLNT GRADED
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U. S. CHOICE
Lillian M. Brooks
Hahlra. Ga.Watercolor.
You'll see a WeD Brand shield on i
44 every cut of beef Winn-Dixie sells.It .
means we've hand-selected your
Joy Brown steak or roast from the finest U.S.
Tallahassee Fl. PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION: Choice Beef available. It's your
Watercolor STARKE assurance that every bite will be
46 470 WEST MADISON STREETThere's
tender and delicious. And it's a
Luke Buck guarantee that you'll be completely -

Nineveh 111.Watercolor. Nothing Like The Taste of'f W-D Brand U.S. Choice Beef! The satisfied.Beef People That's at Winn-Dixie.a promise from


Carol 56 CampbellLake w

Painting11B City.Fl. U. CHOICE STEAK SALE


Edison Campos W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE
Winter Park Fl. W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF SEMI-BONELESS


Watercolor 67 T-BONE STRIP $ 9 7

Sheri Carver

20 Painting Graham, Fl. STEAKS 'CHOICE, STEAKS

W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE

Virginia ChenGainesville. Fl. BEEF BONELESS BONEIN$44JTOP


Watercolor 30 $ SIRLOIN SIRLOIN WI SELL ONLY

Mary ConnLakeland, Fl. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED 'STEAK STEAKS LB U.S.; ? VEY
Graphics NONE SOLD TO DEALERS
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Jacksonville Laurie Photography Coppedge, Fl. THERE'S 9 NO TRICK TO SAVING AT WINN!-DIXIE q I'

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Jerry Daugherty Halloween is in the air and at from our Produce Patch. You'll need

Lakeland. Fl. WINN-DIXIE, the low prices will entrance plenty of apples to go a-bobbin', too.

20 sculpture y you and the good foods will Yes, you can conjure up savings
enchant you. So start your down every aisle, because high
Susan DauphineeMillerArcherFl. festivities and start saving with us. prices don't have a ghost of a chance
Get into the spirit of things with a at WINN-DIXIE.

34 Painting 4 plump Harvest Fresh pumpkin

Teresita de la Soto
Galnsville,Fl.
Paintingoil5A 9ELI gNICKERS

EVERYDAY I L W pR CE
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,, r Former KHIIS Kicker Harvin Stars i at G.S. I IBy



; S Mark Frledlin and contending for 11Amerlcahono'rs kick, outstanding on the high school's varsity basketballteam.
BCT Staff Writer at the punter position, school level and earned all- .
Former Keystone Heights High has become a fixture on the district all-region and all- Harvin was red-shlrted In his
; School athlete Terry Harvin was squad's sperjal teams and Is a sectional honors that season.A first year at Georgia Southern in
one of the most outstanding big reason for their success this multi-talented performer. 1986, then earned the starting
performers In the school'shistory season.As Harvin was also a letterman on job as the team's punter midway
A of fine athletes, and is an all-around top performerfor the KHHS baseball team, through the 1987 season and
making his mark as punter for KHIIS who graduated In earning MVP honors In his went on to have an outstandingseason
I' legendary Head Coach Erk 1985. Harvin played linebackeron sophomore season and in which he averaged
Russell's. Georgia Southernteam. defense but excelled at the delivering the game-winning hit 38.2 yards per kick on 38 punts
punting position earning first to give KHHS a regional title had five punts of more than 50
The War Eagles are off to a team. All-State honors In his over P.K. Yonge In 1984 and wasa yards each and slammed a
perfect 5-0 start this season and senior season. In that season three-year varsity performerand school record 66-yarder against
Harvin, now In his Junior year Harvin averaged 43.0 yards per starter at forward on the

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KueDorman/
Jacksonville, Fl.

watercolor 14

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George Edenfield
TS Richmond Hill, Fl.
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THURS.WED.'U.S. + Judith Finkle
f i OCT. 26-NOV. 1, 1989 0 Avon Park. Fl.
CHOICE BONE-IN Mixed Media
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NEW YORK FRYER PORK walercolor Katy GalnsvlIle.Fl.Fischer


STRIP QUARTERS SPARERIBS3V2LBS Katherine 59

Winter Sprlngs.FJ.


9-11 LB. 11 i DOWN Wesley 21 ceramics Gates

$ 7 Melrose, Fl.


I 9 7 PKG. III'TV I HOURS STORE 8 A.M. wood 70 Kay CrossMelbourne, Fl.


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FRESH MARKET HOT:'MILD ITALIAN or watercolor
WHOLE PEELED SLICED FREE FAMILY PACK MEDALLION COUNTRY STYLE
TENDERLOINS .L697 FRYER THIGHS La. 48C GROUND SAUSAGE La $177 69
Judy Hartsfleld
Sylacaqua.Al.

3 FRESH LBS MARKET HICKORY SWEET MARKET STYLE watercolorlA

GROUND BONELESS HAMS SLICED BACON


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BOX THESE SERVICES AVAILABLE:
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48C W-D BRAND U.3. CHOICE BEEF Loan Applications Money Orders Jewelry11A
IMITATION TURKEY WINGS. u SEMIBONELESSRIB $ 97 Certificates of Deposit NlghlDeposrtOlyCRAIMII
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TROUT FILLET . u. STEAKS . . La COOKED HAM v.: Round Rock.Tx.
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Two Men Charged in Robberies Get Sentence I

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Tronu Tile DistributorsThe Two men charged with two rob- Road and was sentenced Oct."ih lu One of the juveniles was declareda River) and complete 25 hours c\>m-,
beries earlier this year were served 24 months ., '
on community con- delinquent in August and placed on mtinity service. "';-
Highest Quality In Glass, Block, Marble & Tile sentenced during the past week one trol. Tyson was charged with four the JASP program where he is to The two remaining juveniJes'were
to prison and one to community con juveniles in the robberies. violate community control with
no laws remain in school or placed on
Is Proud To Announce trol. One Juvenile Julian Valdez on a job, possess no firearms,must basic sanctions complete SO hours
Group I Colors Beard 18, DeSue, was adjudicated an adult not frequent places where Intox- community service write letter of
Em PAVERS Anthony the Tyson pled found guilty of robbery and sentenced icants are sold or served, must apology to the victim. One of these
to of the
guilty April robbery to serve 24 months in the Depart- to charges of rob-
maintain pled
?90 ft. Cedar River and Miller Enterprise a 9 a.m. curfew (on week two juveniles
A Large Range of Colors&Styles (HandyWay at SR-18 and Morgan ment of Corrections. DeSue had nights), write a letter of apology to bery of two other convenience
ONE OF THE OLDEST MANUFACTURERS OF 4X8 been found guilty of other robberies.to the victim in the robbery Cedar stores.
PAVERS& POOL COPING
Check Out Our Large Selection Of Decorative Glass Block Behind the Scenes... from page 4B

2408 N. Waldo Road Gainesville 377-5344 show Closer to the festival date. the media list to Inform the last minute details are finished.
radio and television are added public about the festival. The entertainment schedule is
"We also invite sponsors for finalized, artists' information
awards and other areas of the packets are stuffed booth
festival long before It ever spaces are confirmed and
begins." Clark said. "It's also dozens T-shirts are folded.
vital at that time to generate The first day of the festival
community support and recruit begins early for the volunteersand
volunteers." artists. At 6 a.m., the aar,
concession and information D
Many service groups work at booth volunteers begin
% HIGH the festival doing everything preparing for the busy day
0 from setting up chairs to selling ahead of them. Artists begin
ea QUALITY checking-In and their
setting-up
y6 c. e GRADES T-shirts. "The festival wouldn't booths at 7 a.m. Service groups _d e
happen
without
the work and prepare the festival area for the laM
5w tiat Remnants ) GRTF.AAT' support of these groups." Clark will thousands come to the of spectators festival. who

said. 'They give 110 percent to "An art festival should be a timeto
99> PRICE make the festival run smoothly." experience the wonder of art
From
$1 The final days before the to meet the artists and to have
festival are the most hectic as fun doing it all," said Clark.



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Western Carolina.In Lady Bug Florist

1988 Harvin kicked a school 100 S. Water St. Starke

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regular season and averaged
37.5 yards per kick. The ex-
la IHS star had a long kick of 62
yards against Furman, his third
SP'r4 career 60-plus-yarder. also
hitting one against Middle
Tennessee In rain-soaked
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yards in five games and had a
r n top game of 5O.O against South Friends
Carolina State. Harvin came
through In the postseason play- With A Halloween
offs as well connecting 18 times
: "or a 39.7 average In four '88
; play-off contests. Against Bouquet
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Lake JJuUerIan; :Arrested...

A A.Lake Buller man was arrested after this head-on collision on CR231. proceeded to his nearby residence where he gathered clothing and three gun
the 1987 Chevrolet:; .
pickup was southbound on CR 231 the 1984 Dodge before proceeding Into the wood
pickup entered the roadway from a private drive and topped at a mall box
on the shoulder.The Dodge continued northbound the southbound lane of The K.9 unit from RMC was requested and two hours Inter Parrlah was
traf Ik'a.the Chevrolet approached,according to Trooper James llorler. found two and one half mile away In New River south of the scene of the
"DrIver of the Chevrolet,Nolan yard of Lake Butler,swerved to miss the accident,laid llorler.Parrkh .
approaching vehicle but the Dodge then turned left Into the path of the was charged with careless driving driving while license suspendedand
i. Chevrolet and they collided almost head on,aid llorler. leasing the scene of an accident.
;" Driver of the Dodge Kenneth Wayne Fairish of Lake Butler left the vehicle Damage to the vehicles was 9000.
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... Sen. Gets Appointments PURPLE GATOR WESTERN WEARHwy O DAYS pN1.Y!

State Senator Sherry D. Walker, serve on-the Intergenerational Task I 10
.: Democrat, District 5, has Force (State Department of Educa- 301 So. Starke 964-4809
been appointed to five state locate, tion); one of the goals of this Task (Next to Gator II Farm Supply) Eureka Upright
and national committees since the Force will be the promotion of senior
1989 legislative session adjourned in citizens' involvement as school ,
June. volunteers. In addition to these com "Come See Us For Your Cool Weather Clothing" $9 5
These new assignments are in ad- mittees. Senator Walker Is servingon .2Po1nloJlClrpetHelgllt
dition to the five standing commit the Task Force on Child Support Adjustment ..
tees she presently serves on in the Enforcement created by the Depart- Levis & Wrangler Jackets *
Edp KlMmt Both Sides
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Florida Senate. ment of HRS. "Children are the .
Senator Walker} an attorney was future of the state" Senator Walker Flannel Shirts Sweat t S Poorer Driven Bettor Bar '
,, appointed by the Florida Bar this said "and will always be my top Shirts Ladies t Em* RollTopFill SAVE .. Q-
summer to serve on the Florida Bar priority." Sweaters : $ao -
Commission on Children's Rights. A Senator Walker Is also a memberof Bag(Fewer Changes" ) W
major priority of the Commission the new Advisory Council on En- Felt Hats Boots Powerful Utrtlme .
during the upcoming year will be vironmental Education.The Council Lubricated Motor
children's issues and exploring will advise the Governor Cabinet Hurry while selections are good! Adapts To Above-The-Floor Tools
sources of funding for children's pro- and Legislature on policies neededto f
-; grams. provide environmental educationto
Governor Martinez appointed visitors and residents who have
... Senator Walker to serve as a little contact with the public educa- Me/visa Open t
delegate to the Southern Regional tion system of this state and the Lay-aways Mon.-Sat. t
: Education Board (SREB). The Council will also serve as a forum 9am-6pm
1. Board will focusing on for the discussion and study of problems e
establishing specific goals for that affect the environment.
education in each SREB state and .
tracking progress toward meeting '
those goals during their Oct. 3-5 ;: : -
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30.torian Lawn Party Saturday Sept. SAWS i Beater Bar Brash Roll, r +

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Ing and were given tours of the property Position Carpet
cruises on the Steinhatchee J Height Adjustment SAVE
River and dinner under a Victorian c. 225-14'SN 335.16SN > Brilliant Headlight S00
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areas, Steinhatchee will soon be Portable
home to a new residential and
resort community that promises to eTooIPlt$7995
be the perfect family 'getaway. 420 Power Blower r -
Steinhatchee Landing, now under NOW30516"SN bm- MOM1447 Cleaning Tool Set
t. construction will offer the am- $119U
menities of a unique resort community ,
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\ other resort areas."Steinhatchee .
Landing-'is thee ( ) 964-6841 7(904)
ELEVEN NEW RUGGED AND DEPENDABLE $159.99
urban SAWS WITH PRICES STARTING AT
for the busy
Family seeking placer a tranquill setting' Vnca'Discounts ..tf Jtvailaiility Sutjtft la Local Eeattr Option_ 312 W. Call St. /EiJREKA
\ said Dean Fowler' owner of RAEnterprises
I .:.i' and developer of the STARKE FLORIDA PEST CONTROL 964-5745 Starke PL 32091 VACUUM CLEANfnS

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Ira A. BlandIra Born and raised In Bradford Coun- residence In Lake Getteva followinga Survivors include two daughters
ty, Mrs. Prevatt was the widow of lingering illness. Grace Child of Huntsville, Ark., and
Alfred Bland, 78, of LaCrosse the late Leonard Prevatt. She at- Born Aug. 2, j0.IIn\ Bradford Aileen Rider of Pensacola, Fl; one Construction
died Thursday morning at the St. tended Bradford County Schools, County, Mr. Triest llya id Putnam son, Will Wagner of Keystone Hts.; Capital
Joseph's Hospital in Tampa follow- and was a member of the Clay Hill Hall for over 40 year tJew-s a Baptist one sister, Kathryn Baker of
ing a brief illness. a retired briclcta\ /On aid an Air Palatka; one brother, George Will of
Born in Wyandot County, Ohio, Survivors Include three Force Veteran of V\Wn\, and the Gainesville;; 11 grandchildren 17 ;:i Commercial. ,Rae1dclti !>
Mr. Bland lived there until 1950, daughters, Mrs. Marjorie Griffis of Korean Conflict. pie Itid his wife great-grandchildren, and 3 great- IKS: ""'." ','Custom"HomesRemodeling .nf.'Ii/> Vid .
when he moved to Ft. Lauderdale. Lawtey, Mrs. Bonnie Cowart of operated Petty's Qrooefy ir,Putnam greatgrandchildren.Graveside f ; ; >>; <
He retired and moved to LaCrosse 12 Starke, and Mrs. Letha Ogburn of Hall for over 30 y m funeral services were
years ago. He owned and operated a Apopka; two sons, Rudolph Prevattof Survivors include ty4 gens Joey held Oct. 21 with Rev. Buddy C.
lawnmower repair business in Ft, Alexander, Va., and Leonard and Johnny KelseY path of Lake Friedlin officiating. Interment was FHA FINANCING AVAILABLE
Lauderdale. He was in the Signal Prevatt of Atlanta Ga. ; two Geneva; one brother, f*ank Kelsey in Keystone Hts. Cemetery under
Corps of the U.S. Army in WWII and brothers, Harry Wilkerson of of Auburndale; and otle! "Ister, Dolly the direction of Jones Funeral James Trowell Ralph Couraon
was a lifetime member of the Lawtey and Lloyd Wilkerson of Max- Burton of Keystone W\! hW Home. .
Disabled American Veterans. ville; three sisters, Mrs. Victoria Graveside meMoriAl Services 496-3832 96-3873__
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Monds of Lawtey, Mrs. Lula Witt- were held Oct. 21 wi H Rev Gary Thomas L. Welch
Eloise L. Bland; one daughter, feltt of Merritt Island, and Mrs. Heath officiating. lAIMhent was in -
Peggy Dean Oughton of Ft. Lauder- Lillie Carter of Maxville; 7 grand- Keystone Hts. Ceirfet(V under the Thomas Lewis Welch,84,died Oct.
dale; and one brother, Clifford children and 2 great-grandchildren. direction of Jones f"lfai Home. 14 at Madison County Memorial Pleasant Valley Care Cente
Bland of Syracuse N.Y. Funeral services will be held Fri- Hospital in Madison.A .
Graveside services were held Oct. day, Oct. 27 at 11 a.m. at the Chapelof Mrs. Carolyn yvagner lifelong resident of Madison 905 Madison St.
21 in Dekle Cemetery with Rev. Art Archie Tanner Funeral Home in Mrs. Carolyn lx is! \ Vaguer, 89, County, Mr. Welch was a farmer anda 964-4546
Peterson officiating. Arrangementswere Starke with Rev. James Cowart of- member of Macedonia Baptist
of Lake Geneva, died M\\lIdit Oct.
handled by Archer Funeral ficiating and Rev. James Griffis and 16 in Sacred Heart Ho ltal in Pen- Church in Madison County. A.C.L.F. Home
Home of Lake Butler.J. Rev. George Chism assisting. Burial sacola illness. Survivors include his wife, Allene activities
following an tfxtprtded State Licensed 24 hr. care, good meal
Tate Welch three Charles
be in Branch ; sons,
will Long Cemeterynear Born Dec. 29, 1899 in Maxville, with Archie Tanner Mrs. Wagner moved to tAke!\ Genevain Lewis of Glendale, Ariz.,T. Larry of New Addition Now Open ,
Trave CarterJ. Funeral Home of Starke in charge of 1921 from Pittsburgh f'a. She was Hilliard, and Patrick B. of Starke; Private or Semi Private Room AvailableThis
two Clifford M. Jacksonof
Trave Carter, 26, of Florahome, arrangements.!; Keystone a member of Hts.Cominnni', tile $Community CHurch of Starke daughters and Cynthia, Anne Scanlanof facility is not a nursing home-and is not affiliate
died Oct. 17 in Shands Teaching James F. Triest Madison; one sister, Allie Horne
Church Women's Circle, a with any religious organizations.
Hospital of Gainesville, where he F Triest, 81, of Putnam
James homemaker, and c0-fafdef| ) of the See
was taken following an automobile died Oct. 15 at his son's page 9
Hall, Garden Club of the l\fi\ .
accident on Coral Farms Road in .... -- ---

Florahome.Born May 8, 1963 in Jacksonville,
Mr. Carter moved to Florahome in
1985. He was a Lieutenant of Security ptJRTN
with NYCO at the GeorgiaPacificplant Di31I G

Survivors in Palatka.include his wife, Karen TO YC MORE FCRLESS

Manning Carter; two sons, James 3I
Gustin and Christopher Gustin both &
of Florahome; one daughter, Eula E TgbAYPL
Marie Gustin of Florahome; his DEAL
father, John L. Carter, Jr. of DUTII
Jacksonville; his mother, Clara G .
Lloyd of Callahan; and one brother, CHRYSLER
Nathan Carter of Jacksonville.
Funeral services were held Oct. 19
in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. m
James N. Adkins,Jr.officiating In- _
terment was in Keystone Heights
Cemetery under the direction of
Jones Funeral Home.
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Mrs. Ruth M. ChambersMrs. _

Ruth Marie Chambers, 89, of
Melrose, died Friday, Oct. 20 at her
home suddenly.
Born Feb. 3, 1900 In Brooklyn,
N.Y., Mrs. Chambers moved to
Melrose four years ago from Tam
pa. She was a homemaker and
member of Keystone Hts. First
Assembly of God.
Survivors include one son, Ray-
\
mond W. Chambers of Hawthorne; Jt01
four grandchildren six great ; \
grandchildren. !

held Graveside Tampa.Oct. 24 Local at funeral Garden arrangements services of Memoriesin were were NOW 199p : f L"E has "imaib'BACK 1 }


handled by Jones Funeral Home. cot4'1

Robert M. Ferrell

Robert Ferrell,89,of Keystone,
died Saturday, Oct.21 in the VA Nur- $
sing Home in Gainesville followingan
extended illness.
Born Oct. 13, 1900 in Ridgeville,
Ga., Mr. Ferrell moved to Keystonein
1964 from Jacksonville. He was a .
member of the Community Church, "
a retired pipefitter with Civil Ser- $750 CASH t )'CASH '.
vice at NAS Jacksonville, and an Ar- !* J L '.
veteran of WWI.
my ON HIGHLINE '
Survivors include his daughter, *
BACK : .
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Jean Forden of West Hartford, '..
Conn.; one grandson, Harvard R. Injected EnginePowerAssisted
Forden of Laconia, N.H. ; two great- .I Rack-and- art p1LEMIUM, GT & GTC ., : ,

grandchildren, and several nieces Pinion Steering __ (VleSsage Center and Mini-Trip Computer '. :;< 11"; \,
and nephews. .I Power-Assisted Pour-Wheel .. V-6 Engine!: with Ultradrive Transmission Standard on Premium and GT Models ;\: : ',
Memorial services will be held at ,:-.
11 a.m.,Thursday, Nov. IS in DeWittC. Disc Brakes .. Standard Driver Air BagGET >s?. "!'. .

Jones Chapel with Rev. Buddy C. : ...
Friedlin officiating. Interment will LESS! }

Jacksonville be in Riverside under Memorial the direction Park in of MORE FOR LESS. A LOT .

Jones Funeral Home.Vernie .



Vernie Padgett Padgett, 82, of Lawtey "L

died Oct.. 18 in Bradford Hospitalsuddenly. J

Born Aug.20, 1907 in Clay Hill area .
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of Clay County, Mr. Padgett movedto oJ )
Baptist Lawtey and over a 55 farmer.years ago.He wasa 1990 CHRYSLER 199() MtwroRiE t y' ,.. 01 ;:: '!:'}

Survivors Include five daughters, LeBARON COUPE Tlfttl AVENUE 1990 PLYMOUTH 1990 PLYMOUTH '.
Magolene "Madge" Akridge of NewV-Engine with Ultradrive TransmERE IS!MO U1tURYkI't'H0IlTEMINEERING.' VOYAGER
Starke, Sandra Newman of Archer, mission Standard on Premium and CT The All NeW P \ igloos Edition to the New ACCLAIM .'.
Patricia Wilkinson of Raiford, Judy Models and YorkerLlgq With over SO Standard Features and .World's Best Retail .
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Davis of Alachua, and Elissa Leach Setting..-..-..,......-. t' .. .

of Lake Butler; one son, Craige CA.gH 500 750 These features and more are standard ::.iiit;
Padgett of Green Cove Springs; one 75O 1,000 $750'1'0 0 0 SACK I. r-A.sslstedBmkeaancl ,"t
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sister, Ellen Kennedy of Maxville; DtPJt"\J1'I\O I"UU>"'INJ'LIV.L CASH BACK!* CASH BACK!* j Jl'\'\
CASH BACK! CASH BACK! Steering '
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grandchildren, great Smoo \ .CrystalKey5-Year HIOHUNK ON U AND LX :; :
HIGHLINE!: !: '
grandchildren. and 1 great-great- All New Cockpit .ONPIUMIUM.OTaOTC PowerAssistedFourWheel stve V 8,3.:J.490r ,50000-Mile O OptionalV-6 Pbwer-Assisted a B AM/KM DuatRemot.e-ControlMirror Stereo with 4 Speakers ;, '. ;.:"'.,' :';

grandchild.Funeral Engine Owner e 'withUltradrive, Brakes .,,
Style Interior : 't'
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services held Oct. .
were 21 More Leg F\lAmUnInty Liftgate WisherWiperPJv .
the Most Spacious Cabin
2.5-Liter Disc Brakes .
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Baptist Available Mark ""
than theCadillac
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haul. AdvancedTransmission with Available ; ".
Clay County with Rev. George Electronic FuelMessage Center
Di" N'\ Cross Leather '.. j
Chisholm officiating.Interment was Injected EnginePowerAssisted and Mini-Trip .Automatic:)topcrature Standard Driver Room for 6 ;I. '. ,.,;
In Long Branch Cemetery under the Computer Cot >J Air BagAvailable intheVobrld. More Interior
direction of Jones Funeral Home. RackandStandard Driver Air ConcJltVtng 4-Wheel O RowerAssistedSteering Room than u-- ..
Anti.Lock Disc Honda Accord : ..
Pinion Steering Air Bag UltradrivC.twA w
Mrs. Mollie PettyMrs. World'sMet Drakes 2.5-Liter Toyota '

Mollie A. Petty, 103, of Put- Advanced Ayto. Electronic FuelCanuy J..,,,.' '
nam Hall, died Oct. 24 at her home matic'1ar+slasion Injected Engine ., .S'": ,.,rs;;;1,11.l. ".::.,4.
illness. '
lengthy
following a

ty Born, Tenn.June, Mrs.28,Petty 1886 in moved Sevier to Coun-Put- :: > $1 don't forget to get GREAT clearance deals on remaining '89's.. :,:

Hall in 1951 from Knoxville.She .,'
nam I .
was a homemaker and a member of L I d i;S .. TERWTLLEGAJR!: REVELSCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH!: L : k

Forest Avenue Christian Church in : i ,;} t CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH ,INC., ,
Knoxville. i r, : 141 Wat Madison Street 1060.O+r>.nge/Wenue .,
Survivors include three CH'R'Y'S"L' <. .,. I ,> *. !I""'. t Starke.FL Oreen Cove Springs.\ Ft .. '
daughters, Evelyn Vanderburg and ER (904J 964-9000 (ew1),' -z.[s ;
Georgetta Flanagan both of Putnam
Hall and Katherine Allen of Im-,
mokalee; two sons Clarence R. Pet-
ty of Knoxville and Charles K. Pettyof Urgo .TARBROUGHCKRYSLERPIYUOUni lt cxolrAt. : .
Denver; nine grandchildren; 14 Wi/moufft CIDty Lz t'P $wnr( ,INC. cI TSLF3L F e, 'ti V't.tattyywQe "
and 8
great-
great-grandchildren 1gOUthsidelllW. 2O1 San Marco AvenueStAugusune.n. 19t51tirfwagr Al ilCasF _
greatgrandchildren.Funeral ,JI'L \ .,
service will be held Friday 19U41,7:18.7300 (904)829.8531. (tl 4)28 2840 yzt' 4 ,
Oct. 27 at 2 p.m< In DeWitt C. n'' 'yq '? 4'& '.
,
Jones Chapel with Rev. Kenneth

McDaniel officiating.Hts. Cemetery Interment under will .-.L !!CJCMI'IIWJ' .s, MOTT ,
.be In Keystone Florida's ) ; Ut1t1IQ
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the direction i iof Jones Funeral Street fi0 Nht '

1 ..Home.v. Way ToGo -v-'" ....Held.u... FL JheksanvffleFl iswl3eh LIB lw .

tOftfr*. Polly Prevattr ,to ,4J 3Je 8es3' ., .. .. (9041909-7793 ; t'r: n '

r .'t'e+dsft,"tit; "'Oailswee8srsock. I':>, 10'-, .. rlatsM7 iwraysltd ti? .'' "? isti;, 'Laj"?
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of Lawtejr, =: her daughter's ) !_ ..vCokw/ .,.***n4llo j a +a.s

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:.' No Injuries Bernard Beard pled no contest school, 50 hours community work, Halloween '

" In House FireA carrying concealed firearm and was Tri County supervision one year. \

wooden frame house burnt to the placed on two years probation and Fayon Hamilton pled guilty
ground In the early morning hours ordered to pay costs. NVDL; fined 12025.
Hamilton pled guilty running stop candy
Tuesday while the owners were on
Edward James Allen pled guilty sign; fined $52.
their way to buy produce in
Tampa. Head DUI
The home of Louis Griffis on carrying concealed firearm and was Donna Gay pled guilty six; tA
fined $437, license suspended
placed on one probation with
SR-100 'near Griffis Loop was year months,attend DUI school,50 hours
special conditions and ordered to
24 reported according burning to Investigator at 2:50: a.m.David, Oct. pay costs. community one work,Tri County supervision check 4
year.
Aderholt.All fire units from the
stir
Manuela Hernandez pled guilty w
Calvin Hankerson pled no contest
rounding areas responded but the
house was consumed In flames. The grand theft and escape and was NVDL; provided valid license,
has sentenced to three years probationwith dismissed. No tricks just treats -
cause not been determined but special conditions. Garnell Houston pled guilty 9J
quite possibly was an electrical fire \NVDL; costs suspended, dismissed.

been since having neighbors trouble said the with owners breakers had Chester Frank Hudson pled no Thomas D. Hutchinson pled guiltyno and of mind
show of peace
tripping and bare wires. contest aggravated assault and was mobile home tag; proof
Then sentenced to time served. tag and pay $52 or pay $120.25.
were no injuries.
Eddie T. Jackson, Jr. pled guilty
Recent DWLS; fined $146.50. for Mom and Dad \
SentencingsIn Angela Desha Johnson pled no
Circuit CourtThe contest NVDL; fined $52.
Traffic Court
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David Lovested charged with no
following defendant's cases Finals in BradfordThe mobile home tag; $55 court costs.
received final disposition In Brad- defendants Terry Quitman Mann pled guilty This Halloween, Bradford Hospital's staff will be on
ford Circuit Court Oct 23 before following ap- DWLS fined $120.25.

Judge George H. Pierce. Court peared Oct.in Bradford 17 where County their Traffic cases $120.25.Mann Mann;. pled guilty DWLS; fined hand to x-ray bags of candy. Our mission is to protectand

Katherine Simmons charged with received final disposition. pled guilty Improper tag; safeguard our youngsters.
sale and delivery of cocaine and fined$120.25.Diana .
possession of cocaine pled no contest Kathleen Ann Bolschl pled guilty McDowell
Mowre pled no
children and their Halloween
while license suspended Bring treats on
to the charges and was placed on 24 driving contest DWLS; presented valid your
months probation, ordered to make (DWLS); presented valid license, costs.
license; $52 court
restitution($240)) to the investigative dismissed. McDowell charged with improper night, Tuesday October 31 between 7-9 p.m. Our
and court costs ($225)). Sheila Sean Bryant pled guilty im-
agency pay display of tag; dismissed.
proper tag; $55 court costs. Walter Jo Peddleford pled no con- radiology staff will help make sure Halloween is a safe,
Walter Wayne Rhoden of Hampton Bryant pled guilty violation safetyof test allowing unauthorized person to
charged with grand theft pled no vehicle; if not fixed within ten drive; fined $120.25 Tri County wonderful event. We'll even add a treat of our own!
fined
contest and was placed on two years days of citation date, $32. supervision 90 days.
probation, ordered to make $400 Anthony C. Carroll pled guilty contest
Peddleford pled no open Parent or legal guardian must child.
restitution and pay court costs. DWLS; Tri County supervision six container passenger; $52, Tri Coun- accompany
Rhoden was charged with signing a months, 60 days in jail, suspended if ty supervision 90 days.
contract earlier this year for home DUI school completed, fined$304. Kondra L. Richardson pled guilty
and accepting but Roy Edward Conway pled no con- and
repairs money NVDL; present valid license
failing to Complete the repairs. test driving under influence (DUI); will dismiss. 922 East Call Street
case consolidated with retail theft. Paticia Robinson pled guilty DUI; BRADFORD HOSPITAL
Samuel Shawn Clark pled no con- Debra Jeann Crawford pled no fined $437.50, license suspended six Starke, FL 32091 D"
test to arrest with violence contest no valid drivers license months, attend DUI school,50 hours
resisting
((904)) 964-6000
and a structure and was (NVDL); provide valid license and community work, Tri County super- AN AFFILIATE Of SANTA HEALTHCARE
sentenced to the Bradford County pay $52 or pay $120.25. vision six months.
Jail for five months, 29 days. Other Michael D. Crawford pled guilty Kelly Scott pled guilty DWLS; fin-
charges against Clark will be DWLS; six months Tri County Probation ed$120.25,Tri County supervision 60
dismissed. Clark said in open court fined $304, present'valid days.
he did not want probation. license within 30 days or 30 days in Steven Lee Secrest pled guilty

jail.Larry violating seat belt law; fined $22.
Verri G: Aaron charged with sale Earl Dobbs pled guilty Secrest pled guilty DWLS; present
of cocaine,'pled no contest and was DWLS; provided valid 'license, valid license and pay $52. or pay
placed on two years probation, dismissed. $120.25.
ordered. pay $220 to special investigation Dobbs pled guilty failed to show Debra M. Teixeira pled guilty
fund and costs. proof of tag registration; show proofof leaving scene of accident; costs
tag or pay $52 court costs. suspended.
Curtis Sumner Simmons pled no James Douglas Doss pled guilty Joseph Edward Thornton pled
contest to two counts of violation of DUI; fined$437.50, license suspended guilty DWLS; fined $120.25, Trl
probation for aggravated batteryand six months, attend DUI school, 50 County supervision 60 days.
was sentenced to 30 months in hours community work, Tri County. Michael J. Velasco charged with ,
the Department of Corrections. supervision one year. DWLS; $52 court costs. :
Bruce A. Drinkwater pled guilty Patrlca L.Webster pled no contest .
Keith Jones pled no contest to two DWLS; fined $199. DWLS fined $146.50.See.
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counts violation of probation for sale Geraldine H. Ford pled guilty ? aI
and delivery of a controlled leaving scene of accident; $52 court
substance and was sentenced to 24 costs.
months DOC.Michael Ford pled guilty' DWLS; fined Page 11B
$120.25, Tri County supervision.
Edward Ice pled no con- Kenneth G. Glisson pled guilty fail
test to trespass of structure and was to immediately report accident;

sentenced to the count .Jail for time costs suspended.... .' I" ...

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from page 8 inspiration to us and we will :??:;l .
treasure the time we shared forever. '' QUILTING
Mathel Green,Martha Futch, 'i!)\/:'..
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of Jasper; 12 grandchildren and 8 Sharon Sweat,Edward Green, : I
t-grandchildren. And all the grandchildrenIn
Funeral services were held Oct. IS
in the Chapel of T.J. Beggs, Jr & Loving Memory
Sons Funeral Home in Madison. In- HAND
Elbert Erie ThorntonIn
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Cemetery in Madison County loving memory of Elbert Erie
Thornton who passed away October
Card of ThanksWe 28, 1982. We love and miss you moreas

would like to thank everyonefor time goes by.Your wife and children

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County Jail Inmate to Ihe house in Sept. to take the drunkeness,according to Patrolman (DUD, according to Deputy Roman vehicle inspection checkpoints during tention will ,be directed to drivers
:ur mm (camera he was arrested for Smith. Bond was set at $25Q. Alvarez. He was released after a the week of Oct 27 through Nov. who would violate the driver license
Escapes RecapturedAn burglary and grand theft and the $500 surety bond was posted. 2 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18, l",WII of Florida. .
18-yeur-oId inmate In the Brad camera was returned. This monthhe Jo Alice Goodman, 29, was arrested SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CK-21B, ., 1
ford County Jail escaped Sunday was arrested after he had again Oct. 18 for resisting arrest Loyal Eddie Aldridge, 36, was arrested CR-225, CR-125, CR-22U, CK-231, ;
while taking the trash out, only to be stolen and pawned the camera, said with violence, according to Deputy Oct 18 for no valid driver's CR.2"nt CR-221, CR-230 and CR-JOOA Union County :
recaptured two hours later. Bennett Anderson Holland. Bond was set at license,according to Patrolman Bob in Bradford County.Recognizing The Florida Highway Patrol will
Peter G. Sciortino apparently $IIMIO.( McGrath He was released after a the danger presentedto be conducting driver license and.:
climbed a fence In the backyard of Recent ArrestsIn $250 cash bond was posted. the public by defective vehicle vehicle inspection checkpoints dur'.
the jail about 1:55: p.m., Oct. 22, according Bradford CountyThe Dogan Lewis Smith, 30, was ar- equipment, Troopers will concen- ing the week of Oct.27 through Nov.
to Investigator David rested Oct. 17 for disorderly con- Georgia Ann Flowers, 23, of Put- trate their efforts on vehicles being 2 on SR-100, SR-121, SR-231, SR-241,''
Adi'rholt Sciortino, a trustee at the following arrests were made duct according to Patrolman Smith. nam County was arrested Oct. 18 for operated with defects such as bad SH-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR-229,
jail, was taking trash to the* outside by local authorities in Bradford Bond was set at $250. DWLS, according to Patrolman brakes, worn tires and defective CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-
County Smith. She released after """.lnl1 In addition nt-
v.ird About 4:10: p.m. Sciortino was was a equipment 796A in Union County.
loi.tu-d in ,a small wooded area Eddie Taylor Jackson, 27, was ar- $215.25 surety bond was posted. J J ..r
about 150 yards west of the jail lie James Daniel Sapp, 211: was arrested rested Oct. 17 for criminal mischief,
was located by the K-9 unit from the Oct. 20 for breach of peace, disorderly conduct, according to Herbert A. Clark,37, was arrested I Bradford
Department of Corrections. according to Patrolmen Gordon Patrolman Feltner. Bond was set at Oct. 20 for DWLS, improper tag, according
.Sciortino Is in custody for grand Smith and Susan Wilkerson. Sapp $r(io on each charge,he was releasedon to Lt. David Aderholt. Clark Chiropractic Center
tin-It for the theft of a vehicle from was arrested at 10) p.m. at the high his own recognizance. was released after a $465.25 surety
Tei.'willofiar Motors in September, school football game. He was released bond was posted. Starke Office
after a $250 surety bond was Anthony Aaron was arrested Oct.
said Adcrholt. lie has been addi-
lion.illy charged with posted. 12 for escape and resisting arrest Harry S. Morey,29,of Clay Countywas 218 S. Walnut St.
escape.
Officers involved include Chief with violence, according to Sgt. arrested Oct. 22 for DWI.S, according Next to tho Chamber of Commerce
J Pat Lt. Adcrholt, Noah Keith Moore 25, was arrested Khoden. Bond was set at $IOIKI. to Deputy Alvarez. He was
Deputy Henry Sgt.
Harvey Khoden and DOC officers Oct. 22 for aggravated battery released after a $215.25 surety bond 964-4957
,according to Patrolman Wayne
with the K-'t! unit from KMC. Bobby was posted.
Waters Steve Ferguson and Wilkinson. lie was released on his Da nolle Ann Hutcheson, 21, was
Barton. own recognizance. arrested Oct. 23 on a warrant for Benjamin F. Smith, Jr., 41, of
Iolphus
trespass, according to Lt. David Leon County was arrested Oct.20 for PAIN CONTROL ri.
Kenneth Marlin, 31, was arrested Aderholt. Bond was set at$2OOO, she DWLS, according to Trooper Philip Headaches
Starke Woman Oct. 20 for failure to appear for was released on her own Kraszewski. Bond was set at$215.25.
disorderly conduct, aggravated bat- recognizance. Smith is also wanted on outstanding Neck & Arm INJURIES
Not CompetentTo tery, battery, disorderly intoxication warrants from Volusia, Clay, Polk, Mid Back/ Work Related
Stand Trial according to Sgt. Harvey Benjamin Franklin Ross, 27, was St. Lucy and Hillsborough Counties. Low Back & Leg
llhoden. Bond was set at $6,37025. arrested Oct. 23 for failure to comply Sports
A 72-year-old Starke woman who with counsel, according to Chief Morris Savage, 25, was arrestedOct. S3z Personal
si-t t fire to her home two years ago George Augusta Smith 2:1.: was arrested Deputy Pat Henry bond was set at 22 for DUI,refusing to sign cita- Auto Acciden
has been found mentally incompetent Oct. IB for dealing in stolen $1,000, he was released on his own tion and possession of cannabis, according
to stand trial for arson. property, according to Patrolman recognizance. to Deputy Alvarez. He was DR. W. DAVID GIKES
Gertrude Massey Lee will remainin Jerry Fcltncr Smith was additionally Traffic released after a $2,500 surety bond DR. RICHARD C. TULLER
the Hampton group home where charged Oct. 20 with two counts was posted. CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS
she has been since her release from violation of probation for burglary of John Lamar Crews, 19, was arrested
the Lake City evaluation center structure according to Deputy Dan- Oct. 16 for driving while FliP Troopers 'r APPROACH
THE TEAM
where she was taken after the firl' It ny Thrift. Bond was set at $1,000 for license suspended DWLS), according
has been determined Lee is not able the new charge with no bond amounton to Patrolman Wilkerson. lie Continue License, CHIROPRACTIC CARE WHEN YOU NEED IT
to live on her own but is not in needof the VOP charges. was released on his own Vehicle Inspections
hospitalization, according to recognizance.Alfred 24 HOURS A DAY-7 DAY V/EEK

Judge George Pierce. Curtis Summer Simmons, 22, was Bradford CountyThe 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER
Alter fire March, 1')87! to M. Woods, 58, was arrested Florida Highway Patrol will .
setting arrested Oct. 2.: for violation of .
probation
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her Colley Road home, Lee ran to for aggravated battery. Bond Oct. 17 for driving under influence be conducting driver license and I
the nursing home to call for help and was set at $5,000. I
to confess to the arson. The reason
for the fire was never determinedbut Robert Lee Martin, 35, of Lawtey I
according! to neighbors and law was arrested Oct. 19 on a capias for
enforcement officers Lee suffered failure to appear for battery, according i
many problems both real and Imaginary to Deputy Jason Bennett. He MEET JERRY EVERETT !
since moving to Starke. was bond released was posted.after a $500 surety


Starke Man John Arthur Bryan, 26, was arrested Ps41
Again ArrestedFor Oct. 20 for failure to pay fine id/I1hLfr/
StealingA for refusing to sign citation; according .:w "
to Sgt. Rhoden. Bryan was
25-year-old Starke man was released after$101.25 cash was paid.
again arrested for stealing his
sister's camera, the same camerahe Samuel Earl Wetherington, 27, of
stole Sept. 9. Alachua was arrested Oct. 20 for
Kevin Hamm was charged Oct. 20 drunkeness,according to Patrolman
with burglary, grand theft and this Smith. Bond was set at $500 he was
time with dealing stolen property, released on his own recognizance
according to Deputy Jason Bennett, '
with bond set at $7,000. Gregory Thomas Green, 33, of g Q
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:.: threat and the Rams are !second teams behind Union County) In
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25 Friday night In Keystone went to work. Mills gained eightup r
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for three touchdowns and con- receiver Larry Bradley who 01eU.S.ofA
Meeting with receiver Larry hauled the pass In over his
Bradley and running back Ricky shoulder without breaking a :,.. TRUCK TIRES r ,J
Crane for two more. The Indl- stride and raced Into the corner '
tftis.: now 3-3 on the season of the endzone. Good Run... Photo bv Mark FriedllnKIIIIS GRAN PRIX RVS
ravel to Interlachen this week The play covered 27 yards and fullback Kenny Mills run over Hamilton County tackler during the 31x10.50.15LT $70.00
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is set for 8 p.m. missed extra point attempt on Indians Into the end/one again. and Hamilton had closed the 33x12.50 15 $89.00 BALANCED AT NO
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Hardee hit Crane coming out of to 28-13 with 10:13 to play.
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the
backfield
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Scoring on a picture-perfect on numbers -
knslve drive that used up over In the corner of Ihe end- the first play of the next possession The Indians had to rack up Front End Alignment
.f<& minutes of the zone for two points. The conversion then fired an 11-yard some first downs on their next t$1 095JL
ur opening pe- out pass to Nadeau for 11 more Includes set caster,camber&toe In to mire, .
;rfod. The KHHS running game gave KHHS a 14-0 lead with possession and run out the Inspect suspension&steeling system. For most mat w/purchase '
and first down
the
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leas off to a quick start with fine 3:50 still to play In the first a clock but again( were held by the American cars Front wheel drive and Chevette of UrcsROTATE
County 26. H.trdee sprinted out vehicles extra. Full
by halfbacks quarter. Hamilton County defense and :extra.
performances on the next and broke Into
.Crane and Mike Nadeau along The KHHS offensive line had play forced to punt after just three &
Ihe secondary, eluding tacklers BRAKE SERVICE
:;iylth the best play of the season one of their best performances plays.The BALANCE
jep far by fullback Kenny Mills. of the season In the first half. with two fine cutbacks on a 30- Trojans fans were Replace pads or shoes; resurface TIRES
1:=:The big play of the drive came Top linemen as graded by the yard TD nin. The EP gave the In- screaming for the upset but drums or rotors;pack bearings; $49 95
:when Hardee cbhverted a thlrd- coaches Included center Lin dians a seemingly Insurmountable luckily for the Indians defensive bleed&adjust;road-test most $ OO
;sfnd-five pass play to Crane that Boatwrlght, tackle Chris Bullock 28-7 advantage at halftime. back Todd Taylor came up with American parts: extra cars when&trucks.required.Metallic Front or 16
:gave the Indians a first down on and guard John Gardner llardee's performance earned one more big play when he recovered RearNO
;:lhe\ Hamilton County 23. Hardee The Trojans got rolling on their him Player of the Week Honors Clarkly's fumble on the HIDDEN COSTS ON BRAKE SPECIALI MOlt Can It Light Trucks
: 'cored three plays later on a two next possession when quarter- from the Gainesville Sun and Hamilton County 23.
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:irnlssed wide to the left but the then scored on a 15 yard run by slopped the first Hamilton the final touchdown of the $41.00 $33.00
;Indians had jumped out to a 6-0 tailback Eric Claridy. County drive in the second half night and the Indians had escaped P195-75R14 $44.00 $37.00
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?89 Homecoming crowd packing board but the hot KHHS offense much on offense in the period. their guests. Crane now has P215-75R15 $50.00 $41.00
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along the front line Included The KHHS defense turned in gift from officials who called a balanced attack. Teams the
tackle Joe Strickland nose- another outstanding series on long pass that bounced on the Rams have lost to include Union
guard Jamie Jones and tackles Hamilton's next possession, ground In plain view a completion County and Willlston. Tire & ServiceU.S.
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pefenslve coaches were also quarterback sack and were and goal on the KHHS eight 301 Temple Ave. Starke
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,October 26.HMD Items of InterestDriving


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Courses For that's easier to read and
understand," said Lou Carrion,
The
Elderly general customer services
The S3 Aliveature Driving Course manager. "At the same time, it will
sponsored by the American Association ultimately make Centel's processingof t' w T G
f of Retired Persons (AARP) and bills and payments' faster and
1
y 1+ Coca-Cola Dance Club Stages Clay Electric Cooperative for the more efficient." As;
; month of November. Carrion said there could be some
The course is scheduled for Tues minor inconvenience for some
:j Special.... Olympics- .... Benefit day, Nov. 14 & Kri. Nov. 17, at the customers.as the new system is im
Keystone Senior Services, Inc. on plemented."During
Students will party and the Special mosphere features current music Commerce Circle across from the the conversion,
customers paying in at our
Olympics will benefit when the national videos on a 200-sq. ft. screen backedby Post Office in downtown Keystone Convenience Center in person Starke and
t tour .of the Club Coca Cola a powerful PanasonicRAMSADolby Heights. Hours are 1:00 to 5:00: p.m.
This will be the last course offered other centers may on occasion ex- -
visits Santa Fe Community Collegeon sound system. Special effects :
perience longer lines due to the new
Thursday, Oct. 26 (tonight) in Include a large strobe light, until Feb. 1990. method of payment processing. To r,
Gainesville. moonflower and cyclorama. Reebok Florida Law requires all auto insurance
carriers to offer a discounton avoid such delays, we're urging our
Hosted by SFCC's Student Councilon sportswear will be given as door
customers to either
use our night
premiums to qualified graduatesage
STudent Activities
the party prizes."This.
deposit boxes located at all conve-
begins at 8 p.m. in campus building Is an event for Santa Fe, 55 and older of an approved nience centers or mail their
R-01. Tickets are $3 in advance in' University of Florida and high course such as 55 Alive. payments directly to Centel's Ac- --
building R-201,or$4 at the door.Proceeds school students," said SFCC coordinator Persons interested in taking the counting Center, using the return
go to the Special Olympics.The Ken Ray. "You can dance October or November course, please envelopes included in the monthly PhoU",Olth'Wooler
party's dance club at- enjoy the special effects or do both.I I contact Keystone Senior ServicesInc. statements." Ready for the Art Fcst..,
at 473-2065 or Dr. George Wood- The Jr.Woman'.Club of Starke will be"haunting"the Haunted Houw on
ward, 55 Alive instuctor at 4963327. Call Street during the 4th Annual Starke Festival of the ArU thU weekend.
There is a fee of $7.00 for course hours for the Haunted House are Saturday noon to 5 p.m. and Sunday, noon
materials and space is limited to Classifieds Ads

I Jr. ROTC Color Guards CompetingHere each first come course.first Make served an for appointment 25 persons Get Results! to At five the p.m.October meeting of the Jr.Woman'.Club of Starke,thb E.T.

now! pumpkin wa created by Smart Crawford and Tammy Jo Tatum In
Statewide Meet Nov. 4I
in The 55 Alive Mature Driving Program preparation for the Starke Festival of the ArU thb. weekend on Call Street.
has so far this year had 101
In November, over fifteen high March or early April. It includes graduates.
schools and as many as thirty of statewide competition for both ex-
Florida's top Army, Navy and Air hibition and basic drill teams, rifle
I Force Jr. ROTC color guard units teams, and individual exhibition as Surplus AuctionTo
well as color guard. Because of the
will travel to Starke to complete in DENMARKFURNITURE
Be Held Nov. 1
the first statewide color guard meet overwhelming precedence placed on
ever held. the exhibition drill teams by both The Defense Reutilization &
/ Over 100 cadets from across the schools and individuals, the color Marketing Office has scheduled a
state will participate in the meet and guard receives very little attentionat U.S. Government Surplus Auction
well over 100 avid fans and spec- the state level competitions.The that will be open to the public on
tators are expected to attend. Participants idea of the BHS JROTC Color Wednesday, Nov. 1. Bidder registration
will include schools from Guard Meet is something special for begins at 7:30 a.m. The sale
Jupiter to Pensacola to Melbourneand the color guard; a meet that equalsthe begins at 8 a.m.This sale will be con-
Tampa.The prestige and challenge of any ducted at the Defense Reutilization
Bradford High School Jr. university hosted meet. & Marketing Office,on U.S. Hwy. 17
ROTC Color Guard Meet is the first "The UF cadets do a great job South, 2 miles South of NAS Main
statewide competition held for color with the Gator Guard Meet," Gate.
guards only and the first statewide remarks cadet captain Sharea San- Items to be sold include: electrical
meet organized by high school ford,a junior at BHS and the senior equipment, office machines, fur
cadets. These are two reasons why cadet officer in charge of the BHS niture, photographic equipment,
the meet has attracted so much at- meet. "They have a lot of schools food service equipment, tow tractor,
tention. and teams participating in their house trailer, individual equipmentand
meet and really do not have the timeto more.
The Idea of holding a statewide stress one event over another. It The sale items will be availablefor
color guard meet occurred last year just happens" inspection on Oct. 27, 30 & 31, 1
after the BHS JROTC color guard The BHS Jr. ROTC Color Guard from 8-11:30 a.m., and 12:30-3 p.m. 1
team competed in the UF Gator meet will be the largest meet held bya For more information call Terri
Guard Drill Meet in Gainesville.The high school and will be held Satur- Dobson or Mike Zieman in the Sales
Gator Guard Drill Meet is day, Nov. 4 from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Office, ((904)) 772-9249.:
hosted by the UF Sr. ROTC Dept. at the Bradford County
and is held In the latter part of Fairgrounds.
Centel Introduces


I Firewood Permits From National New During Billing the month System of October,Cen- To Sleep BEDDER Than Ever!

Forests No Longer Free to Public tral Telephone Company of Floridais
modernized billing
introducing a
.' Forest, Seminole District, SR-19 system to better serve customers. A sale that gives you a ....Jamison
National Forests in Florida
Super- Umatilla Road Eustis, "This new system provides
North, 1551 choice of comfort levels.
visor Bob Jacobs announces that Florida 32726, phone (904)) 357-3721. customers with a larger bill format ..
"Persons desiring to get firewood
It's BEDDER'"Beddln !
from the Ocala,-Osceola or plus a choice of sizes...
Apalachicola National Forests must -
now purchase firewood permits." -l from your exclusive Jamison dealer. ,Denmark and
"Even though users must now i

pay say-, the"price is$15'a good; deal," he .- CONDITION Jamison"'guarantee..you,-Good Mpjnjngsjorittje.! best

A minimum of will be chargedfor
reduced for
bedding sets can buy Drastically
a permit, which will be good for i you .

up a to stack three of cords wood of measuring firewood.A 4 cordis feet YOUR (One Week Only) and offered .

by 4 feet by 8 feet.
Small amounts of lighterwood will
still be free. A permit will also be
necessary to obtain free lighterwood AT SPECTACULAR SAVINGS!
from the over 1.1 million acres of WATER !I
National Forest land in Florida.
Firewood demand now exceeds
supply on many National Forests.
Permits have always been requiredfor Save MORE -
firewood collection, but now that WITHOUT : Sleep BEDDEFT&I cfifiL .
collection Is
firewood no longer a
minor forest use, it is inconsistentwith Pay LESS! ALL SIZES..ALL FIRMNESSES..ALt,ON SALEt
other public use activities not to

Jacobs.charge for firewood, explains_ GETTING : TWIN FULL

Persons interested in purchasing a .
firewood permit should contact the ,
nearest National Forest Office, Mon- WEEK
day through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 SOAKED FIRM
pm.: Osceola National Forest. U.S. ;
Highway 90, P. O. Box 70, Olustee,
Florida 32072, phone (904) 752-2577; ONLY
Ocala National Forest,Lake George - !
District, Route 2, Box 701, SR-40 ,
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ftghi now get the very btf worn condftorwr III''/ FIRM
The Bradford Hospital Auxiliaryhas ry M M /1
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scheduled a Christmas Bazaar for:3 months,plus tnwoltoikxi Coll GuNlgoyi/ ''I ,
for Friday, November 10, 9 a.m.to 4 1 today about rtiii limped *trial offer. I 1 1I
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CLASSIFIED*ADVERTISING should b.submitted FOR RENT 1000 SO FT. 301 "' Owner .....HOMES.....
to the Bradford County SOUTH PLAZA. 9646784 86 PIEDMONT. 56x26. 3BR. 2 bath with 064-7771 or 964-4537 TFN CHEAPER THAN HINT I Immaculate furnished 3 bedroom, IV. bath mobile
T.I.graph office In writing and paid In 64-768'OR 0 I 10/8/89 3 with slave t frig, separate
TFN' den and fireplace,oh/a, Assume loan LOTS ON BESSENT ROAD- horn w/separote recreational room equipped!
BUILDING
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establlihed with this office. 10/01/89 4 balance call 964-8566 4 cleared and mostly cleared (levelled garage,beautifully landscaped lot on Grlffls loop.
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT II STORE FOR RENT 1000 SO FT. SOL a 10/19/89 2 and landscaped,, call Q84. 300 TFN ORIAT LOCATION-ORIAT PRICIi 4 bedroom, 2 both with a large family room
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HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES |IN 9 I 10/5/89 3 located In the city.
CLASSIFIEDS WHIN AD 1 IS TAKIN OVER 6784 TFN3 a take over payments call 782-3804 ACRE TRACT:4 acre of mature pine. RAIPORD LOVELY HOMISITIi 2 BR 1 BA from homo on 1 1.65 Acres. Cleared

THE TELEPHONE. 10/2/89 4 4 I 10/19/89 1 5 acre of Improved drained property.. landscaped Owner financing. 13300 Dn $,9S/10Yrs. 17.000

Classified deadline Is TUESDAY NOON LARGE OFFICE OR BUSINESSSPACE,; .. pecan tree,fruit Met,mobile home. ORIAT FIRST HOMI for young couple- IK. 1 bo carport porch.
3200+ soft;located next to Bradford ; 'EOSTFOUNtKLOST : .r site for $26,000HWY.
prior to Thundoy.ubIiCOtiOn.Clanlfled'dl.pl. well, septic. Great building NE 26th Ave
.., deadline I.TUESDAY County Telegraph: former O cent mall ranch.Located I mile from Starke 301 SOUTH Frame, 3 BR, 2 ba,CHtA, 1539 s.f.,1.7 acres. $ 40,000
abaca; be renovated to suit tenant young black cat with bob tall lost 964-6602 after Home has new 20 yr. roof freshly
3:00: P.M. Special Classified dl.playplac.m.n' call 964- Golf Course.. $34.900. NW eSth AVI.t 3 bedroom 1 bath 5 acre
Contact BID Omen, 9042227500. around Rd 230 and 230-A.
Is NOT Guaranteed. /113 10/5/89 4 10/19/89 6 pm. 9 5 painted Inside. Owner says, 'Make an Offerl'
a 5358 5 I
Minimum charge for classified ads I. FOR 9/7/89 12 31* WALNUT STRIITi Good rental property-3 homes:
SALE LEASE OR EXCHANGE. 1WHAT'S
13 words for S3.50, then 13 cents for 7000 ft two stucco building. LAWTEY Hwy 125 farm house with 70 3033 Total Sq.Ft., 2 story porches;
each ward thereafter. $1 billing charg. sq story fenced acres 2 wells, cow bam 4
1080 Total Sq.Ft.
137 ft 139 E.Can St 1i\N'1i\I/'nV.. {'S
comer Thompson
will be added to each CHARGED SL Leased to purchase or perfer chicken houses approx. 50 acres InRealtydore I 240 Total Sq.Ft. Call for viewing on these!

classified ad. exchange for water front property. Il'OWS'XI: : .; : 98/489 Mathews ILIOANCI IN THI COUNTRY 3 BR. 1 ba.; concrete block window treatments,

Clyde W. Simpson 356-6849 a 3 telling fan. CHtA stove r.frlg. DW. garage with door opener antenna
L'IttSJnl: { (J(.1 S(1SS'\ 3 I 10/19/89 4 SO DIFFERENT ABOUT THE 10/5/89 4 with rotary booster wood floors new Andersen window, carpet roe
HAPPY JACK 3-X FLEA COLLAR?It LAND FOR SALE BY OWNER. 3 acres complete with brick BBQ grill smoker and lasy
garden large patio area
1977$1500 FORD call pick 964-6835 up. low mileage//.2 6 cyl., '\\\OJU.I') ) ; MUM. .. ;S Worksll Now available,Ole for Glory cats Feed too.8GattorlFsarmSupB $13.500.road frontage 1-407-464-6827 on Forsyth Road Susan table, hothouse. tool shed, separate pumphouse, total electric

s 10/5/89 3 .I JI' //#9 10/5/89 5 beautifully landscaped.BRICK
78 FORD LTD II. body good condition [1")1). ('S' 'I I,J'\ .' 9/7/89 7 s 20 ACRES.I ROAD 18 WEST turn by HOME 4 BEDROOMS 3V4 BATHS 402 St. Clair St.fan/hood.66 of an den acre laundryroom foyer

needs motor work, $375 ao, ps pb. AMERICAN FAMILY HOMES. NEW/ FREE PUPPIES TO GOOD HOME call I Keith Beauty Shop, owner financing LR, DR. kitchen w/ refrlg, range/oven dishwasher, ; spaciousbock
964-2313 and an office, CHSA enclosed carport ((2 car), utility hop
am/fm. radio. Jennifer. USED MOBILE HOMES.ORANGE 964-6551 //.6 a available call 782-3665 g009IN" $71,000
//.2 a 10/19/89 PARK2720637.) 4 10/5/89 4 s yard with security light
1989 CHEVROLET CAVALIER RSJust 1015189 4 CLEAN CLEAN IM4 ...., 3 BR 2 Ba, plenty of storage space CHSA, woodh.a'.r.
take over payments no equity required .. 1988 a 14X60 FLEETWOOD.central heal HAPPY JACK safe&TRIVERMICIDE. effective by U.S.: Recognized Bureauof :JUiJ1: t ].:sr: JJ I built-in stove, 25x15 patio. 3 other buildings 2 acres, lots of$ 78,500 trees,

comes with 100,000 mile A. I bath. Assumable .' i garden spot. Hwy. 16W.
air 2 bedroom Veterinary Medicine against hook, *' USAi:
'Ot' (} \ BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR 1 ba CB wood floors 1183 s.f., S acres $ 60,000
bumper to bumper bought mortgage. 78235704 round & tapeworms In dogs A cats) ,"I. l I
furnished cabin 98 H. on water 1BR/1 Ba. $ 90,000
plus regular warranty S 10/5/89 3 ,Ole Glory Food CRYSTAL LAKE log
wooded
July of this year. Payments Just 24 X 60 MOBILE HOME ON 4 ACRES of GattcWWIIIF'rmSupB. a OCALA NATIONAL FOREST each.: No BROOKERi 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oaks S/D extra lot $ 44,000
$283.66 per month.for more information land comer of SRKVEast and K>th 10112/89 10 Iota river access. $5450 Owner. I- HAMPTON LAKE AREA 3 SR. 2 ba. CHI.... screened patio wBBQ grill.

call Byron Scrogglns Raiford, Street, call 964-7610 //.4 HAPPY JACK SKIN BALM: checks money 236.4579or1-622.2438 down.1$65.41 month.TFNFOR Also 3BR MH 1V4 BA on 3 acres. Excellent for small horse farm. $122,400

431-1210 2 I I 10/5/89 3 scratching &. relieves Irritated skin .....WA TEIFIIONT.....
10/12/89 2 1990,14 X 50, 2 BR .1 I bath.$6995 call without steroids. Promotes healing a ''HMES'I"Olt: SALE 'f GREAT FISHING WITH LOTS OF ROOM LAKE HILLCREST 3/2 1980 mobile
1976 MONTE CARLO silver with black 755-5)14) Circle B Homes Lake City ) Gator II
350 hair growth on dogs 4 catsl home, outside and In remodeled In cypress, CHSA carpet, range, refrlg, d/w
vinyl top, runs good engine Fl.114 S 10/5/89 Farm Supply Ole Glore Feed, ftGoldkist. BY OWNER: 3BR.I Bait aboveground pool lots of
roof concrete driveway
$1.400.. call 964-5647 2 4REPO home.Family/dlnlng room screened hot tub shingle fireplace
6 s All of this surrounded by a 6' chain
s 10/12/89 2 DOUBLE WIDES. $1000 down 11/2/89 10 porch.garegefencedbackyardnewy decking, screen porch storage building.
$ 75.000
1979 DODGE VAN.Royal100,348 engine bad credit or no credit. you can buy painted.wallpaper. Saratoga link t privacy fence.
needs oil rings. 1973 Dodge Polara call 755-5114 Circle B Homes Lake WARD&ALESiGARAGE Helghts,964-7634 11116 COUNTRY STYLI LIVING on Florida water at It. best! 800'of paved winging

custom 318/ engine, good both$800 City. Fl. //t4 s 3 BR I bath wood frame house seprate driveway to this superb 3500 sf home. The home has beautiful wooden floors.
call 964-2652 2 S 10/5/89 4 SALE Sat*ft Sun Sam until block garage and utility 1.75 acres. carpet, vaulted ceilings, levels of living space Ig. foyer eat-In kitchen with

10/19/89 1 USED MOBILE HOMES single wktes rain or shine hot or cold 888 W. Wilson Road call 9644956 after 5pm new built-in appliance, formal dining room Ig. living t family room. with

1970 VOLKSWAGON BEETLE custom starting at$500. doublewktes also' In Madison St. comer of SR 100 A Ep- //16 S 10/5/89 4 fireplaces, 4 BRs, 3 Full Baths, 2V4 bathi. Inside utility room, 3 sunbathing
paint new seats lowered /front end stock. Circle B Homes Lake City Fl. person St 7 s SALE-MOBILE HOME-14X60 decks, 100 ft. on lake Geneva. 2V4 Ac., with sprinkler system, Ig. oak,
$1400. call 782-3287 ask for Mike 75551144 a 10/19/89 1 CONCORD.Needs some minor repairs azaleas, dogwoods, camellias. Located on SR 21 S. Keystone Hgts. Aum.

2 a 10119/89 1 10/5/89 4 VERY GOOD YARD SALE new and old. ,clear tide,not llreswheels$950 Mtg. Must see to appreciate!
1981 ISUZU I MARK diesel, 5 speed $99 DOWN. $135 PER MONTH set up little of everything 1210 N. Grand St. or best offer 782-3658 16 GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKI CENEVAt 292'on water and extendingto

body wrecked engine transmission on lot with pool easy credit 13.25 Fri, Sat A Sun. 7 s ATTENTIONGOVERNMENT HOMES Hwy. 100.7.17 acres 165000. Property can be divided Into two 1001 lots

tires, etc good condition $400 or a.p.r..8 years, call Allen 783-J420 10/19/89 1 from $1 ((U-repalr. ). Delinquent tax $63,000 each and one 92.65' lot 48000.
best offer call 431-1208 2 4 a 10/19/89 4 GARAGE SALE furniture glass ware, property. Repossessions. Call 1-602- .
.
I 10/19/89 1 REPO-single wide anddouble gun case, household items, Fri ft. Sat 838- 885 Ext. GH 3493 16 ...LOn t ACREAGE.
AUTOS: Chevy, van.V-8.SI200; DEAwide, most still have full factory warranties Edwards Road at Bradford Square FOR SALE BYOWNER.7 rooms.2baths, HWY. It LAST 20 acres with fish pond 2 wells, palm trees, septic tank swimming -
conversion with 4 be bought as one parcel or four S-acre tract.
75 Chevy van captains most have appliances some Shopping Center 7 on((00x200 in town$45,000 owner pool can
chairs.$850; 79 Grand Prix T- have furniture financing available I9646407 s 10/19/89 financing with$11,500 down K>%" interest KINGSLEY LAKI VILLAGE! 130x130 $ 4,500
topV8.$1250;80 Toyota,4 door runs 4 s 310 N. WALNUT.FRI ft. SAT 9- 964279616 a MICHIGAN STREETi 2 Acres inside city $ 10,000
good make good ranch buggy,$400. bike lot well septic, 2 poles $ 28,000SE
10/19/89 14X64 4pmwicker chair baby Items OWNER 3 I 11/2 bath WALDOi four city water power
FOR SALE BY BR.
Ricks Salvage. 301 North 964-5184 2BR 1982 MODEL, only $6999. guitars toys.misc. 7 block 19th ST. HAMPTON 3 acres, 3 septic tank. 4" tub pump, 2 power pole,

2 a 10119/89 1 call 064-9172 4 s s 10/19/89 1 standing fireplacellvingroomkitchen, access to city water. .. .. $17,000
10/19/89 1 THURS FRI. ft SAT Sam-until, tv. 536 CHERRY ST.! 200-xlOO'. -,, "VHWY. '
I :I( rl RU' dining and
U JI' mt separate room carport
., } 'lil.l" -.Z.f-t'-F $ < 1
Prix 5Q00
\ ABANDONED 88 FLEETWOOD dou- clothes appliances I976 Grand utility fenced yard with bam, .225t One acre 'd. }
room
.IUr-f I.\.r.. UJ;; : blewide. easy bank terms 1-800-940- motorcycle, rkfng mower 390 N. call 964-5647 16 a LOT 9,GOLFAIRRDi Country Club Estates 1.11 acres: Make Offer) $ 8,700

GREAT LOCATION ACROSS FROM 4644 4 a 10119/89 Cherry St 7 I 10/19/89 4 CONERLY ESTATES: Lot 12 10,000

KOA/WAL MART. Hwy 301 2000 sq 1'NEW 10/19/89 1 LAWTEYt Five ocr... 105th Ave., Good Invettmentl $ 15,000
ft. $600 month. 984- 848. evenings FLEETWOOD-2 BR.luxury home. FRI & SAT. 2 families children and adult PRIMITIVI5APTISTCHURCH RDt 20.16 Acres,3 well.2 pole $50.000
473-3627 TFN 3 S not a stripped down model, $137.88 clothes bass boat sewing machine WINDING TREE LAKES Lot 246 Fla. Frontier 13,000
10/1/89 4 month call 1-800-940-4644 household items and misc., 424 N. 7;
PARTIALLY COMPLETED 4 a 10/19/89 1 WAter Sl 964-5992 7 d tit After Hours

FOR 1000 LEASE.ft fast food location across "GORGEOUS 3BR .2 bath lots of en- a 10/19/89 1 '' Mt3' 1 w Anne Torwlllegar Nelson . . . . . 473-7541

from sq KOA/Wal Mart, 964-8848. eve- minittes, special financing makes STORAGE SHED SALE comer 301, Hwy Pauline Randolph. . . . . . . . .'".6323

ulnas 473-3627 RENTWarehouse/offloe TFN 3 48441s$169permonth,1011990IOUBLEWIDE 221.women Saturday clothes misc.only household I0-6pm items large rM k D.bra Connaughton, . . . . . . .'".2833
FOR SALE OR : .,.
3000-9000 It. located at 4 BR.2 bath needs some 7. 10/19/89 P?
: sq
space Enterprise Park next to Sunshine repair.$7,000, price and terms nego- 4 FAMILY PORCH SALE. Fri A. Sat Oct .
Industries Contact Diane Ely 964- tide, 782-3949 4 s 27 A. 28 8am until. Rd 18 towards III -

5294 TFN 3 I 1(0/19/89( 1 prison left on 225,1/4 miles on left, '- HA;

rain or shine 7 I I. __.......__. _
10/19/89 1

SATURDAY. -2pm. turn on Grlftis Loop I
then first dirt road to the left Unle bit LAKEGENEVABEAUWEnjoy !
Small Loads of Limerock
of everything 7 a Large or
> tfew from your
GARAGE 10/19/89 SALE furniture 1 and boys pine pane room or boat. .Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer
beach. Lake
FUh Swim from your
clothes 2nd Avenue near golf course
invcnicnce. Walk to
with
7. 10/19/89 1 I1Y1nS park,d'T library < Y x964=6182 964w5823 9646085
2 FAMILIES house plants, shrubs open Affordable at 599 P000.
daily antique dresser old sewing

machine commode chair boys walker clothes mist dresses items ,'REALTOR JamS P.Smith ASSOCIATESCALL Jr. A A A A AA A A; a a a s

C-18 to Crystal Lake call 473-2341

81 : PreSklen9 7. 10/19/89 3737O3OUTLAW J Accelerated Realty, inc. .


Susan M. Faulkner GRI. CRB

EQUAL HOUSING REALTOR re- I 964-4544


Q Hwy. 301 S. m s
Realty Inc.
ERA Faulkner J5/7lfy) Idea ssmw Starke, FL

located Hwy. 301.2 blocks: South of C.R.! 100 e 221 Lafayette St. 9644522 gBBBim a

Your Full Service float Estate Office s/Homes flat s/Acreage VWaterfront

FISHINO LAKISi Doubl.wld. on one acre In Keystone area.
199-89*ACCESS TO GOOD J /Farms Commercial

*GREAT PRICE/ REDUCTION en 40 acre catfish farm. 5'-" m
WATERFRONTt 1.7 acres with beautiful 2 story hou... 60-89
INVISTMeNT PROPERTY Fronts 100E Colley Rd t Gelger Rd. Six asJVtttvt SPECIAL-Near Hampton.Acm with Well Septic Tank
*EXCELLENT
And Power Poie.$12,000' Cash or Terms.
nice acres. s.. a
3BR/2Ba on 1 acre. Priced In the SSOs. 167-89
OUT IN Till COUNTRY 2184 SF 376 SF I
SBR/lViBa HAMPTON LAKE ACCESS 3BR/2BA From. CHCA. ,
down on
Will hold with good paym.nt
*NEW LISTING mortgage BROKERS SPECIAL < Workshop. I

ham.* on on.CORNER av.171.89LARGI LOT In Country Club E.,_. 270x322x243. Trees t owner REDUCED$20.0001 SAMPSON LAKI. 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick Family'Room, CH A. 180 ft.I' a

for ? 2.500. 136-89 US 301 South, metal building 32x4l, Jx0 MH. two V wells 3 septic tanks 3 on Water. .
Who could ask anything more
financing. TWO CORNER LOT In City. Surrounded by big oaks, can be divided I high I dry ecres. NOW ONLY $' .000 CASH! NEW HOMI 4B yBA Brkk. CHtA 10x12 Sun Deck. Well B Septic. a
BEAUTIFUL
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SHAD TRIES 3BR/2BA kick, CHaA 2946 SF, 2 Garages, on Acres.
Into two lots. Seller's loss-your gain at $12.500.102-89 kitchen cabinets. $15,500. AOX ON HWY 100 -3BR/2BA Cut Brkk, CHSA Room for Horses, 2.5|
dream home from. I/I.
build on new
*THI LOT YOU HAVI MEN LOOKING FOR to your CUTI AS A BUTTON!
divided. All this and owner financing for .BEDFORD LAKIi 2/1. CHtA, complete furnished extra nlc. Acres. a
High t dry and trees. Can be I
292x200. Elct. Well
AC Units Heat
LAKI COTTAGE en clear lake wMi whit., sandy beach. Urge oak trees. CROSBY LAKI SHORTS 3BR/2BA. Two Story ,

1 $1..000.89.89 lots of trees city water. Build your home or.put your .BRICK,9 BR. 11/2 SAt Nice neighbors Range refrlg.. CHI A. Enc. garage. Septic. .
*LARGE LOT IN LAWTEYi CHtA, brick 1405 s.f., new roof new paint. 56000. HWY 18 I-3BR/2BA Doublewlde QUA, Workshop, Fish Pond Well 8 Sep. I a
mobile home on It. 100x200 compare at $3,000. 97-" ABUT AREAS 3BR. 2Ba IPOICHIS

1918 DOUBLIW1DI on three high t dry acres. Assume mortgage of$384.36 per STARKE HISTORIC ARIAS Renovated 6BR.S.f.3V4' BA 1 acre.6 fireplaces.$55,000.$135,000. tic. AU ROUND 3BR/h A. A-Frame. Pole,Sara Tool Shed W.III |
month. CHtA. range, refrigerator and other extras. All major components Insured HIGHWAY 16 WEST 4/2V4. CHBA,1496 on a
.INCOME, PIIOf'.RTY.4/2 Home, plus 8 room Day Care Facility. Septta.
for on. year. 137.89 location 3/1H. Only $39.000. CHURCH STRUT 3BR/2BA CB. CHtA Family Room. 2148 SF, Garage
*QUIET NICE NEIGHBORHOOD approx. 1600 s.f. brick veneer, 979.901.9487 .FENCED YARD all appllanc..v.nl.nt Owner Financing. CHURCH STRUT 251/1 SA CB 8 Frame. CH4A, 1536 SF. Comer lot.
*APPROX.4 ACRES with beautiful oaks t pines. 1349 .IN BROOKERi Frame Horn Walk to Everything. 2.78 CHURCH STRUT Two Story Apartment Bldg. 2BR/1BA ea Apt Gas Heat. I 6
on acres.
the
*TEN ACRES over SOOT frontage on 301. Price reduced. 15-89 ..IDUCIDIrkk.. CHtA over 2000 s.f.. In CHtA country 4.64 ocr.,. 55000. HIGHWAY Ml S 300 ft. frontage 2 Mobile Homes I Commercial: Bldg.
MllROSt. beautiful building lot. has lake access. J7-89 OWNER FINANCING 2 story frame. 4/2. on RIVER BIND ISTATIS 3BR/2BA OW Mobil. Home. CHIA. 2 Acres.

*BUILDING LOT IN TOWN only $5,000.40.19 .FRAMI with cedar siding 4/1. roe t ref on 10 acres. 52000.$37.500. CTY HWY t3 I *.. Acres. 3BR/2BA MH. Central Haot.'AC Unit. Paved I 6
HANDYMAN SPECIAL only 12000. Owner financing. ....89 .EPPERSON .STRIITi BR. 1900 s.f. home. No sign on property. Road.
CHtA. nke lot $39.000.
9/1
.f'lN..U.IID.II kept brick. .
ANOTHER IBR/ISe, $ 4.500.145-89
**ALSO THREE ... 1 ba frame on 1 $26,900.5689 .FRAMI 3/1 on 3 ocr... 38x30 pole bam, fruit trees, and more. 52000. SELECTED PROPERTIES' a '
HOME 1 CHtA range I refr.. $38.000.
CEDAR on acre
Nke Shady Bldg Mobile Home Lot. 100x200 ft. .
$87,000.' WALDO or
28 2 barns, pecan grove
RENTALS!.*! BR Duplex.Center St.S20Q/Mo._ .FARM HOUSE 2V4 CHtA CHtA on acres.FP, Rng. t Refrl., OW. aver 9 acr.... HOMI IWO ion Hwy 16W. City Water I Sewage Owner FInancing;' a
.IRICKi 4 BR Ba.
-2 BR. 2 Ba Mobil. Home, Thar_. $285JI'U.3 Close to hosp.. CB 3/1. CHtA. Big Roomsl' $38.900.LAROB HOMI MOO ion Shady Oaks S/D. Breaker.
BR HOUSE on Crosby Lake. $49O/mo. *IN STARKEi CRY 100x200 w/30x30 garage suitable to store motor home; FOUR e-ACRI TRACTS Breaker. Owner F na cIng.
'* LOT IN brick t cedar farm home. 4/2V, 72 acres. |. ..II-ACM nVUFRONT LOTS booker, Owner Financing. a

BEAUTIFUL TWO STORVi 1 acre quiet and peaceful. (REDUCED), 6 ACRtS Well. Septic Power Pole. '1 ",.*',,i: ,
CHtA. on "
.LAWTEY AREAl nice hornet 6 ACRIS Pfwiteee .. ...,. 100W, CIty w..., I Sewage. ,

i 301 South. a
RENT I ACRES Hwy
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eround GALLON tank IP Call GAS K.nn.th TANKi> Odder above-, COMPUTER FRANKLIN ACE.1200.cUll NEEDID-Experlenced typist PIANO-Wonted: Responsible person to SPACE '. ovallabl.fi FOR $ALl.

964-5827. 2tchg 10/26-11/2 disc drive monitor printer modem, computer skills 40 hour per w..k. take on mall monthly payment on Keystone Heights. 2 locations: 700 sq.
MUSICAL $675, Rick Salvape7ee4-6l84 Bend: return* to A, Bowman P. O. Box piano. See locally. Call manager at f,. 1000 sq. ft.High traffic and visibility MOBILI HOMI-and lot, 1979 12ft wide,
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INSTRLJMEN:
T8,AS LOW AS / 1 In both locations 3M/1BAon earner '-. Mutt n. "
PER SEIOLER OIL HEATER 1099 Keystone Height, Florida 32656. (BOO) 635.7611 anytime. 473.3193 or
!lii8. /2 MONTH. Care 664- $75. call 468- 31chgl I 0.12-26 3tchg/10/19-26/11-2 473-7683 leave message. 7/6 tfnchg eppralsed valu. Mol,
G 1147 12 I 10/19/89 ATTENTQN-HIRINO-Government |lob. In YAMAHA ELECTONI organ $700.00 ON LAKE GENEVA Furnished efflclen. 1/3M/ie50. 4tchg10-5/26
NEWSPAPER LARGE your area. $17,840-$69,483. Call dining room table w/slmulated butcher cy. laundry and dock facilities. $379 MOBILE HOMES FOR tAll-$9
PLATES- EXECUTIVE fireproof desk In 1-602-838-8885 Ext.R-14027. block top $60.00., klng-sti waterbed per month,plus deposit. 473.2919. cIowft.$.. me. Set up on lot w/pool.
aluminum.Measures 24x38 excellent shape $200, 473.2565 3tpd/10/19-26/11/2 w/matchlng blanket chest $47500 7/6tfnchg Easy credit 13.25 APR S y... Call
lnche.50 aach. Great for patching 2 IMMEDIATE JOB OPININO-ot N.w Life stereo cabinet w/smoked glass door IDEAL ItlTAIL OR OFFICE SPACI.9I N. Allen, 78>.14tO. 4tcka/10-26/11-l
and COUCH AND CHAIR oo uch
NpalI'I. TELEGRAPH. 135 VCallSt / make bed Acres 475-2108. 2tchglO-19/26 $65.00. 473-4543 2tchg10/19-26 across street from Hord.... t2X3r,
Stark 12 $75 for both 473-2568 12 ATTINTION-IARN S273 20'X32'.I35O.473-4379.
9/7/89 MONEY-Reodlng COUNTRY CHRISTMASCraft Show Sunday adjoining PERSONAL SERVICES
I 10/19/89 2 Book'.$32,000/year Income Oaks /
SALE potential. Oct 29, 2-5 p.m., Keystone
ALICIA Oatkln HAY FOR IN ROLL.Arthur MOTOR CYLCE 750 Yamaha $700 Go Details call(1)( 602-838-8885, Ext. Bk Subdivision Keystone Oaks Drive, 4th 1 IR FURNISHED-house on White Sands SEW,. MAt t4tNE* NOT WORKINO
782-3140 12 cart lei motor, $IIS. Dinette set. $29.. 3lpd/10-19-26/II-2 house on right. Com In and brows Lake, deck A/C clean, Don t panic. Can Swindell. 4737862.
10/01/89 4 Ga heater.' :$20 A $30 kerotene PROFESSIONAL PERSON-for fund rolling during our Open House. We take S250/mo.-June, deposit $200. Ward gvoronleedY Used machines $50
HANDI
HOUSE PORTABLE building heaterlo. electric heater $K>. kerosene and developmental director of local order. 473-0270 ltpdlO-26 2497884. itpd/10.12.11.2 and up.7/20 rfncht
torag* buildings, garage greeV cook range with oven $160 charitable organisation Send resume SATELLITE SYSTEM-LIke new 6 mo. old ON WHITI SANDS LAKI-1 room furnished SEPTIC TANKS PVMPED-ond d>
301 houe*. NO DOWN PAYMENT.. Hwy electrlo range, $80 refrigerator$85., to P.O. Box 1505. Keystone Height, FL wscrambl.rNothing down- collage, 400s ft, carport. $225. Includes relayed Price reasonable.
South 964-8848 TFNMARY'S boat with 50 hone motor and trailer 32656. 4tchg10261116tM $49/month.1-272-1018 utilities 721-5447 or 473-2909 Septic Tanks $tark.. 96<-
12 / / $400.lawn Wheel 2tchg 1 1026.112
Sales mower Horte.eleo- PER HUNDRED-remalllng letter 4tchg/10-26-11-16 7/6tfnc
VARIETY SHOP: ,wicker trio$200 freezer box(for Ice cream) from home! Detall-end self- SATELLITE SYSTEM-REPOSSESSED-Due to LAKIFRONT COTTACI Twin Lake, ..- r
used furniture,.. appliances TV"I $45, bar stool $5 Pat Dickens 431- addressed tamped envelope to: divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing 2BR/1 BA. Available after Nov 1 11f '
microwave. V R'*, .You I 1200. Raltord. 12 Aiioclote, Box 309-T Colon, NJ07067,8tpd10.26121" down. $39/mo. 12721030. $300.mo. plus deposit 473-385. leveling!Service for all you
HI.
carry Aiwa looking for such Item. 1 4tpdlO-26/ll-16 "
Stop ki U you wish to cell something. PVC FURNITURE 600 10' fit 4tchg10261116SMALL BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS-New home'lqr repairs. Keystone, 4i' '
pipe. : ,
pcs OPEN TRAILER-16"
'RN'tSANTA FE HOMECARE full tires springs.Metal HA YOUR LAKE GONEOur
304 E. orparttime
Call SL, 964-3250. Evening tings, cushion, tling Some tables thru angle-Iron frame. Tows well. 1st w..kly rental. $300 per week year- dock do nothl,,,
8.30am
call 964-6813. Don't call after 9pm. and chair From bankruptcy tale. Monday Friday, round. 3BR/3BA sleeps 10. Gorgeousvl.w. ., 19 ,,
to $45.473-0526. Itpd1026DOO I Keystone Dock Oiia '''
with flexible hour ''
or ;
one
TFN 12 I 10/01/89 Rick sam Call Mary Brut at 473-2769 Jo .
Salvage 301 North. 964-5184 week-end month BOX FOR PICK-UP-4'x5'x2', factory or Free esllrnatusHPICIAUST,
nece "
4 per ary.
Knott 272 9598 for brochure_
12 I 10/19/89 1 at
Sell
built fiberglass. Cost around $500. "1'-16
Hospital based Home Care
12X21 CARPORT $790. NO DOWN PECANS for tale$.75.shelled$2.00 call with and benefit agency induct for 1/2 price. 473-026. 1tpd10.26CLOTHU tion 2tchg/10-26/11-2 vii"MModi. :'
PAYMENT .Handl! House portable 984.5640 12 hospital pay MOBILE HOMES-2 or 3 bedroom,
I DRYER-S2500. Call 4734470 and .Idewo'' .
Roofing no i
on-th
lick & well and
ing
day care
Wings Hwy 301 South Starke.964- 10/19/89 2 free Three otter 5. ltpd/10-26 $35 $ISO per month. SR 100 across rust-proofing Sandblasting .. MI
of
parking. or more
12 I 16 ACRE POULTRY BREEDER FARM year from lake Geneva. Call 473-7566 or
10/01/89 4 with 1860 sq ft 3BR 2 bath home with Med/Surg ICU or Homecare back- PERSONAL 473-7310. 4mos. /0-26/4/5/90 >. I'I. MIN roofing rubber no preblem roof coating Mn JT'. S/
ground preferred. Average 5 to 6
USED DRYER.$50; used refrigerator laundry room pool pecan tree, pole MOBILE HOME ON PRIVATE LOT-4 miles'North 4tchg/tO/26-11/16
.$75; complete dining room set with bam private road. $275,000 contact: patient visit*per staftl day. Join our professional KEYSTONE SENIOR SERVICE-Halloween on Highway 21, 3BR-I 1/2BA. PLASTERING AND STUCCO v and

china cabinet, $1,000 or best offer. Melvin Grills at 964-8468 12 In format!, caring!on.Personnel.Call Alachua for more General Costume Dance Oct 28 at Keystone covered patio 2 storage buildings. Call repair Call Ronnie 18eurs ,"
: alter
96424832 64734453. $265/mo., $265
I I 10119/89 2 SW 2nd Beach 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. $2.50 per perlence. 475-5247 Itchgl 10 it
10/5/89 SALE LOT WITH EXISTING septic tank and HospltalSOl person-Prizes will be awarded. deposit.tchg/10.19-11.9 SHINGLE ROO'-Rubber r. .i i. ,,
ALICIA HAY FOR Av..Galnelvllle. Fl. 32601904-338- LAKE BROOKLYN-Spaclous 2 BR, furnished
IN ROLL Arthur well,owner financing.964-6471 TFN Itpdl I 0-26 Eliminates tear-off lorevimalnlenonce.
Catkin 6750 EEO 15 k In nice area. Separate double-car
782-3140 // 12 12 I 10/18/89 1 leak
I 10/2/89 4 16 FT 1983 FIBERGLASS fishing boat garage, sandy beach, deck cable l tchg/10.26 p4795247Melrese.
HOMES FOR SALE
FRESH BROWN EGGS. 533-2474 hook-up. $425. 475.5207 or 473-4903.
with tilt trailer 2 live well. pedUtal YARD SALES
2tcha/10.26.11 J FLOOR SAGGIN.DOOR
//12 I 10/4/89 4
seats. $650 firm, 964-5882 _
1989 CR 125 HONDA pro-circuit engine. 12 10/19/89 ONI LAKESIDE HOMI with separate DRAQGIN.HOUSE OUT OF
1 10 5,
I 28
SALE-Oct
with 2 acres, $29,500 OBO, 2 MULTI-FAMILY YARD PLANES LEVEL??LaRue Leveling Service for
garage or
pipe and tllencer. New top end suspension 25% OFF ON ALL FABRIC. PlnehuretVariety lakeilde 2.8 miles S of Metros on SR21. Handcrafts ._ _
home .
4 473-7721
and reed RACE READY-A *. acre $55,500 OBO.Key.ton. all your foundation repairs.
Store acres from Souttiside and used Items. 1tchglO26YARD
WINNER 2000.4732859 Height area. 1-659-2779 new 1965 CESSNA 210-Oual NAVCOM CS. //17 k 10/2/89 4
after 6.00
: Elem.Hwy 100 964-5587 12 SALE-Sat. Oct. 28th. 9:00
7/20 Hnchg Loran, Enc. Alt AP. 84 gal tanks,
12 I 10/12/89 2 I 10/19/89 Circle. Park
1 280 Berea
am.200 ,
CURRIER PIANO FOR SALE $700 call 1 ACRE PLUS-on Smith Lak. with 3BR p.m. 170mph 12gph NDH, Apt
of the Palms. 1tchg10/26
964-4290 12 I SWEET POTATOES $12 BUSHEL, 964- 2V4BA block house 48000. 473-7912 Annual22500. 904-262-7814.
7678. Johnnie Stewart 12 4tpd10-5/26 Itpd.10/26
2 12'ACRES ON HIGHWAY FRONT I 10/19/89 1 GOVERNMENT HOMES-from $1

AGE well and septic tank,$500 down, 1977 DATSUN pick up truck 30 gal. hot (U-repalr). Delinquent tax prop.rty.
payment around $160 month,qualified water heater Johnson 6hp outboard Repossessions. 1-602-838-8885 Ext. I
buyer 0112/89 782-3333 12 motor,Call between 7pm a.8pm 964- GH14027.3tpdlO/5-19 [ Union County Area Ads |
a 4
3808 12 a 10/19/89 IN COUNTRV-3BR/2BA 1600 .ft. Home,
STEREO receiver MCS eerie A 85 watt 1RICKS central H/A, flr.plac. w/lnserr. DBL

with M station preset memory bank SALVAGE we've probably got till carport plus detached 3 room apartment -
auto reverse cassette deck many From bankruptcies, state school, on 1.25 acres, 1 clock from High MOBILE HOARFOR
HELP WANTED HELP WANTED
extra*, $300 can 964-5647 county and building supply sources. Rock Lak., North Carolina 69900. SALE

12 I 10/12/89 21G" Doors dorm, dorr, car and truck ((704)) 8693756. 1tpdlO/26 BE ON TV many needed for commer CERTIFIED NURSING AID to work Fri.

control MAGNAVOX test than COLOR I old.TV$200, remote caN 301! North. 964-5184 12 6365 WOOFARD DRIVE. Fleetwood class Now hiring all og... For catting night 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. Sat. night 10 1990 1..'II 50' 2BR, 1 B. "' V
964-6647 12 year s I 10/19/89 2RWS' owner financing 3BR, 2 Ba, CH/A Info. Call ((615)) 779.7111 Ext. T946. p.m. to 6 am $6.00 hr. plus $.10 p.r 755-5114, Circle B Hon
fireplace front/rear patio.chaJn link 4tpd. 10/5. 10/12 10/19 10/26. mile travel. Call Suwannee Valley REPO DOUBLEWIDE $1000
10/12/89 2BUTANEGASHEATERwl1h fence yard. 2 car carport, Mathews MONEY READING Medical. 755-9537-24hrs. or
blower onega : .& .( t\MPI'ln.S I ATTENTIONtEARN credit or no credit. You can buy. Call
Realty. 964-4469 4 Income p01.n.tlal. 496.3034-days. 2tchg. 10/26 11/2.
Lake FL
BOOKSI$32eOO-year 755-5114. Circle B Homes, City
heater natural with blower, two 1977 SUNDOWNER TRAVEL TRAILER. k 10119/89 3 Details. 1602838.8885) Ext $60.CO per HUNDRED remalllng letters USED MOMLEHOMES Slnglewldes starting
Queen Arm 964-5751 chairs red valure, call 38 ft, Park model total electric goodcondition NICE. 2 BR. ch/a mobile home and lot In Bk9127. 3tpd.lO/19.11/2 from home. Details, send self- at $500.00. Double "*, also In
964-6943 or 12 $4,000. for more information Clay county. Low down payment ATTENTIONIRINO Government |obsour addressed stamped envelope to; stock. Call 755-51M\ "
a 10/19/89 1 call 964-2018 19 owner finance monthly payment / area. $17.84069,435. Call Associates Box 309-T, Colonla, N.J. Lake City FL. 4trr Q i "
I 10/19/89 1 S250. 473-25664 kAUTOMOBILES 16028388885. Ext 9127. 3tpd. 10/26 07067. 6tpd. 10261130. 10/19 10/26. 11/2.

1119. 19U 14 X 84 ALL AMEHi ,
ifmAFFORDABLE! CRUISE SHIPS Now hiring all positions.Both PERSONAL SERVICESWill HOME CEILING FAN .t..*'
'M ISCft.LANEO liS 1979 SUBARU-statlon 4 wheel skilled and unskilled. For Information AC. EXCELLENT CONI
TJLE.APARTMENTS wagon call ((615) 779-5507 Ext.H1667. "".1712. ..".,21-
best offer. 473-3071
drive A/C
YAMAHA 400 cc) custom motor cycle. $900. or CLEAN YOUR HOME Reasonable

.. 022 E.Brownlee St. runs great good gas mileage $450 ltchglO-26 HOUSEHOLD 2tpd. 10/26 11/2.MANAGER Willing to .rates yytlr "lt Harriet .tpd.10/26. ..
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MK IV-460 ------- 4
72 CONTINENTAL Engine.Good CoJ/-496.3339..10/26 -
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1. 01 CompBlandlnglUL6tarlc.FL X4732588x.21 10/19/89' 2Classified.,,' rodlals. Needs a little TLC to b.p.rfectl relocate to Deland; $700 p.r month: Block" /. Zlpd. HOMES FOR SA. :t
for elderly 11/2
32091 $995. 473-0526.. Itpd/10-26 room and board provided;
lady; applicant needs to be mature,
,Ads 19(3 MERCURY MARQUIS-One owner.
I
HUWIt
WOOD FRAME
cook cleaning -
light
needs to
.964-7133 Get Results Mint condition loaded. Call 4737920. responsible, manage the household. Reply to FOR SALE with 2 fireplaces f1h >-e
1tchol 1 0.26 ,
Suwannee Valley Employment Agency. miles south of Worth 'It' a j
2 &3 BR family olic.nt.cd.1lh t I ANIMALSFOR 755.9537. Itchg. 10/26. FIREPLACES t WOODSTOVESFIorlda's Call 46M170. 9/JS'fi t j '
)laundry &large playground largest selection over 40 different FOR SALE BY OWNER Tt- -

Free electricity fli>t month. No Down paytqentHandljHbitse SALE 2 Great Don., Male and UN'* -SANTA FE HOME CARE. full orparttime models In stock. New used trade-in's. bath. 2nd home.Street Three Coll boSE. ;in' "
%of 481-3082 Monday thru Friday.8:30am: Well worth the The Wooditove S
Itynt 20 your monthly Female, AKC adults. trip. 8 o.m. and 4 pm. v i
or with flexible hours one Center 2031 Northwest 6th
Income If you quality. 3tchglO/19-11/2 to 5pm Fireplace Itchg. 10/26
loveable week-end per month necessary St. Colnsvllle Fl. Toll Free
PERSONALITY CATS-Thete
$3.33 40 or.
hr.3.Ifyou cant per jir., C&C lytinI-Sto3g6. pets, well cared for. Good home. to Hospital based Home Care agency 1.8oo.524.2675.10197Ipd.1I30.PIANO .
,
cot fanciers only I Northern bushy tolls, with hospital pay and benefits Includ- FOR SALEWanted: Responsibleparty FOR RENT
dcfiomlcnls, your rent would be 964-854' calicos, tobb ., tool $30-IOO. ing on-site sick & well day care and to lake over payments on piano.
about$112. a month or$3.73 473-0526. Itpd/10-26 free parking. Three years or more of See locally. Call Manager at .
per day for days kit( In month. Garage TWO HORSES-On pony five saddles Med/Surg. ICU or Homecare back- 800.635.7611 anytime. '3tpd. OFFICE SPACE ISO W. / I
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I Greenhouses ground preferred. Average 5 to 6 $100.00 month. Call 4'M :.
tot move-In after the first. and ,some tack. Call 4730618. 10/19,11/5.
Singes Accepted. Storage I Dir I1A.OA p.denlvlalta per day. Join our professional FURNITURE 1 rust recliner $75 1 mapleInn MOBILE HOMES FOR .
Qualified 2'r caring statfl Call for more table 4 lamp $75, stereo with bedroom $155; Two be".
Move-In coat can be 03 low as 301 S LOSTTAN Information:Personnel.Alachua General cassette deck and phonogroph $50, three bedroom $200 C .
$10.00. Loie Income AcrossFrom ) HospltalSOl SW 2nd 496.3669.2tchg. 10/26 11/2 evenings. Come to "II
.1iI' Sec. Housing SIAMESE CAT-Female wearing blue Gainesville. Fl. 32601904.338- PIANO FOR SALEResponslble party to Mobile Home Park 1'. '

I Rents for 30% KOA/ collar named Hershey. Missing since 6750 EEO 15 U assume small monthly payments on

Equal of 'YourlntoitaHoming Wal-Mart 10-21 from Brooklyn Bay area. 10/19/89 1 piano See locally. Call manager at YARD SALT
REWARD. Please call 473-3271 800.635.7611 anytime. 3tpd.10/19,11/5
ii You Qualify tpd/10-26 "
Friday and Saturday, Oct. 27 *
PERSONALS to 5 p.m. Come see, wa Nt ) ,"
everything. 315 S.6 hr; .;lt II'' -

THOMAS HOUSE MOVERS. INC. DIVORCED WHITE MALE 43; new to signs. Itpd. 10/36 of, ,.
GARAGE SALE
i
Union County, n-s, n-d.Chrlstlan look- .
In lady vorlol Interest warehouse furniture" v
752-2318 Ing for some
oblecl marriage, home, family, write Miscellaneous Items gator>
1000&upl' Bob P.O. Box 91, Lake Butler Saturday Oct. 27 and 48. .

Leveling FI.32054, llpd. 10/26. p.m. Itpd. 10/26
$ I
Relocation 11!

Raising Rfi -; OWN V QIIR


Foundation Repairs (frJ: + = : ...,!,
HIGH TREAD
and Sell Houses
Buy
&NO REGROOVES
RECAPS
NO r. Bonded & Licensed Danny (Buddy) Clark


:' BIG OAK. TIRE, II, INC ,

;; 9649388U.S. Thinking of Building Buying or
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1 Bedrooms from $155 mo.
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301 N. 18O1 N. TEMPLE AVE. Refinancing A Home? Call .

(Next to Kentucky Fried Chicken) : 2 Bedrooms from $165/rao.

I Gainesville Mortgage COe, Inc. 3 Bedrooms . .$205/mo.


Purchase Refinance or Construction:
-- De I Conventional. FHA. or VA; Fixed Rate or Adjustable

IA.heat : 1 Trane' Ph. 964-3739

I. lrlOfFAR.I I HAROLD K. DAVIS P. o. Box 568. Starke. FL

: Licensed Mortgage fSefBroker Located Longchamp Bldg..

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4C TELEGRAPH, TI1\ES,1\O l'roU..C SECTION October 2ft. 1989




I r! [ Starke Area AdsFORSKENTI 1 Armed ForcesPvt. non-combat meritorious achieve- Harrington's studies Included

Wm. Stroud ment or service to the U.S. He Is a seamanship, close order drill, naval
Completes TrainingPvt. command and control branch In- history and: first aid. Personnel who
spector general superintendent with complete this course of Instructionare
.. ... William A. Stroud III has the 1st Air Force. eligible for three hours of college
: : .! iIL-: ,:FOIJENTf.\ :TIFARM ': .,HEUR\WA.NTED\ '; completed training at the U.S. Army Johns Is the son of M.L. &: Patricia credit. He Is a 1989 graduate of BITS
Infantry School in Ft. Benning, Ga. Johns of Lake Butler. The sergeant
KINGSLEY lAKE lOFT APARTMENTs HOUSE WITH 5 acres 2BR.I bathon RN's -SANTA FE HOMECARE fun is
or During the course, students a 1971 graduate of BHS, Starke.
available Nov. 1. Sing!. or couple. Call SR 225 Lawtey, $385 month,call part-time Monday thru Friday,8:30amto : received training which qualified Pvt. T. Powell
533-2686 or 964-5826. 2lchg 10/26-11/2 782-3982 or 737-II40( 13 or with flexible hours
8 10/19/89 1 5pm one them as light weapons infantrymenand Pvt. Ray Easterling Completes Basic
MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH week-end per month necessary. as indirect-fire crewmen In a rifle -
WATER,SEWER, CABLE TV,CITY 964- 2 BEDROOM Small house $245 month. Hospital based Home Care or mortar squad.Instruction Now in W. GermanyPvt. Army National Guard Private
7498 TFN 13 $125 deposit, call 964-8602 after 6pm with hospital/ pay and benefits inchIng Included Terrence L. Powell has completed
10/01/89 s 13. 10/19/89 3 on-site sick & well day care and weapons Raymond W. Easterling has arrived basic training at Ft. Dix, N.J.
4 3 ROOMS AND BATH $175 month, no free qualifications tactics, patrolling, for duty in West Germany. is
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY parking. Three years or more of land mine warfare field He the son of GeraldIne Powellof
964-2796 13 com- Easterling is an
pets a infantryman with
ICU Homecare
Med/Surg, or background Lake Butler.
WATER SEWER.CABLE TV, 2 BR, 10/19/89 1 munications and combat operations. the 8th Infantry Division.He .
Average 5 to 6
1 BATH, 964-7498 TFN 13 preferred. Stroud Is the of William A.and
S 10/01/89 4 '' patient visits per day. Join our prolesskmal son is the son of Ray O. Easterling Pvt. Ronda Wells
HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for _: ';.,.HEEBWANTED caring staff' CaR for more Brenda 1988 BHS J. Stroud of Lawtey. He Is a of Orange Park and Irene Dowling of Completes CoursePvt.
graduate. Keystone Hts. He is 1981
rent. Close to prison. Call 463-1323. InformationPersonnel: ,Alachua Gen- a graduateof
TFN 13 B 10/01/89 SALES PERSON WANTED, excellentpay eral HospltalSOl SW 2nd Keystone Hts. High School. Ronda C. Wells has com-
.. good advancement. We provide Gainesville., Fl. 326019043386750 MSgt. Stephen Johns pleted an Army motor transport
STATE EMPLOYEES,need a homeclose training and private office. Call to- EEO 15 8 Awarded MedalAir Amn. J. Harrington operator course at Fort Dix, N.J.
day9646407. #15 15
to 10/19/89 1 During the course, students were
your work? We have clean mobile
homes available call 468-1323. TFN JOB 8 OPPORTUNITIES 9/21/89 5 IN ELECTRICIAN NEEDED for house wiring Force Master Sgt. Stephen L. Completes TrainingNavy trained in the operation and
13. 10/01/89 4 Openings available in several AUSTRALIA. min. I year experience. 40 hrs Johns has been decorated with the Airman John E. Harrington, maintenance of military vehicles of
areas. plus. vacation, holidays, second award of less than four and one-half
FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR.all utilities will train. For Info. call: 312-742-8620 insurance,Must the Meritorious Ser- son of Barbara Harrington of tons
have drivers license.
paid. From $37.50 up week/! ext. 362. illS 15 8 Call vice Medal at Langley AFB Va. Starke, has completed recruit train- rated capacity.
MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St. 10/05/89 4 964-8788 7pm to 9pm only. The Meritorious Service Medal Is ing at Recruit Training Command in Wells is the daughter of Roy E.
Starke, In front of Post Office. ATTENTION: EARN MONEY reading THE 15.CITY OF STARKE 10/19/89 IS 1 accepting awarded specifically for outstanding San Diego. Wells and stepdaughter of Jeanie
13. 9/7/89 52 Wells of Starke.
books) $32,000 income
year poten-
2BR MOBILE HOMEPLEASANTGROVE applications for position of laborer in
tial. Details. 1-602-838-8885. ext the Street Dept. Must have Florida
area, secluded quiet, several
BK3493. #1515 8 NORTH CENTRAL-i
pecan trees surrounding home. chauffers license. Apply at City Hall. r INSTALLED Activation
10/05/89 3 LIMITED TIME OFFER
Partially furnished. $150 per month ATTENTION: EARN MONEY reading Personnel office 209 N. Thompson Antenna thru NCC
St. I |
15 8 10/19/89 CELLULAR
MountFinancing
$100 call .
deposit after
security 6pm books! $32,000 year income poten 2PHYSICAL Radiant PHONE .MotorolaAudio
964-8970.964-8705,964-4430 tial. Details 1-602-838-8885, ext BK THERAPY AIDE-full time, Vox
//13 s 10/3/89 4 12688. MS 15 8 some heavy lifting required, apply STARKE with antenna $495 RadiantPanasonic
FOR LEASE-BR mobile home on I acre, 10/05/89 3ATTENTIONHIRINGI -
Physical Therapy of Starke 450 W.
3 miles out ol starke call 973-3743
Government
lobs, Madison. 15 8 Pagers
964-4238
//13 8 10/5/89 4 your area 1784069485. Call I- 10/19/89 1
MOBILE HOME.3BR 11/2 bath,carpeted, 6028388885. ext.R3493. #15 WANTED 7 TIRED INDIVIDUALS!")Tiredof G'VJLLE 372-8805 AvailablePayments
appliances, air and central heat, unfurnished
15. 10/05/89 3 Income
your and being told that
,on Griffis Loop$250 month, EARN $5-$10 PER HOUR. Part time or don't have enough experience and you r from $25.00 per mo.
$150 secuity deposit call after 6pm full time. For information call RA- education for a management
top
964 8970 or 964-8705 or 964-4430
MONA 7823068AVON. ? If
career you are willing to work partor
//13 8 10/5/89 3 S 10/2/89 4ATTENTIONHIRINGI full time, have a positive attitude
COMPLETEY FURNISHED I Br apartment Government|obs- and Integerity. Be at the Bradford
clean quiet 830 N. Temple your area. $17,840 69485. Call I- Family Rest conference roomOctSlst
Ave. 964-5394 Houck Apartments 602-838-8885. Ext R-12688 at 615 pm for details. 15
13. 10/12/89 2 //#15 8 10/5/89 3 8 10/19/89 1
OLIN'S SUBDIVISION MOBILE Home ANYON CAN APPLY!Guaranteed Visa/ WANTED: COOK, apply at Buddy's
lots for rent, water and sewer fur- MQ, US Charge. Even with bad credit.. Restaurant 468-2080 15 + 'h.,},+'y AUTHORIZED
nished, cable tv available. 782-3333 No one refused. Call 2I3-92S9906 8 10/19/89 1PERSQNAIiiSERVICES AGENT
TFN 13 8 10/12/89 ,ext. U442415 8
2TRAILER 10/05/89 4 Scott Lazenby
FOR RENT 3 miles south on REAL ESTATE LICENSE COURSE only ;
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301, 468-2409 13 s 4 weeks I-755-4040.! .North Fl.Real BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Baytess ---=- ="- --- --0.---"'_
10/12/bd 2 Estate College. TFN 15
Highway Call 964-6391 Trade Alvarez -
3 ROOM APARTMENT, 2nd floor appliances s 10/12/89 2 17 8 10/19/89
and some furniture, adults, no ATTENTION EARN MONEY
: READING
RITE WAY ROOFING): roofing and repairs Announcing the Opening of
week
pots $45 call 964-8498 BOOKS!$32.000/year income poten
leaks fixed, lawn service and
13. 10/12/89 2 tial. Details.
1-602-838-8885 ext. BK
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT, heat 12688 15 8 10/19/89 tree pruning, carpentry. W.T. Turner
pumpcooled and heated.walled patio, 3 owner, Starke 964-3392 17 Bradford
off street parking, outside storage, ATTENTION-HIRINGI Government jobs- CHAIN SAWTUNE UP SPECIALsharpenchain Family
& tune free estimates, quick
964-8601 13 s your area. $17,840 69485. Call I- 964-7580 Walls Small Engines r-
10/12/89 2 gas,
602-838-8885. Ext. R 3493
MOBILE HOME, clean In pines 2 BR, 15 s 10/19/89 3 17 8 10/19/89/ 1 PracticeBruce 'f 1 1iI
private drive, air. refrig,, stove, picnic SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT full CHAIN LINK FENCE:installed. Free esti
area garden space$200 month 964- time position apply Town & Country mates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO.,
4831 13 s 10/12/89 Exxon, 800 S. Walnut St. 15 owner Tommy Reddish, 964-8559. /
2 s 10/12/89 2 TFN 17 8 10/01/89 Pollock M.D.
3/2 BRICK HOME ON 3/4 ACRES. EASY WORK) EXCELLENT PAY) Assemble 4WELL ,
CEDAR AND MIRROR INTERIOR. products at home. Call for DRILLING PUMPS & SERVICE: Board Certified Family Physician
close to schools, $400 month, 1-237- Information. 504-64l-8003ext, 9579. Durrance Pump Supply Co Water
r 4920 13 s .< 10/19/89 15. 10/19/89 2 systems specialists. 864 N. Temple General, Pediatric and "tom
2RENT RN A LPN needed at a 68 bed skilled long Ave US 301 Starke 32091 TFN Adult Medicine
WITH OPTION TO BUY 3BR 2 term nursing facility, one full time RN 17 8 10/01/89 4
Bath on wooded acre with stream call and one full time LPN. Mon-Fri. II-7 ROOFING AND REPAIRS.Pressure
285-4300 13 8 shift with competitive salaries. Shift washing. Call 964- 341. Terry Parks. AV-MED, Medicare PPC
10/19/89 1 differential,excellentbenefits with paid TFN 17 8 10/01/89 Blue Cross/Blue Shield
SMALL FURNISHED APARTMENT,utilities leave, health insurance and Florida 4
Included, call 964-5970 State retirement.Call Mrs. Burnsedat STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE
13. 10/19/89 1 259-6168 in SALES AND SERVICE: All makes
or apply at Frank
person
2 BEDROOM DUPLEX,UNFURNISHED Wells Nursing Home, 159 North 3rd and models cleaned, oiled and adjusted 743 S. Walnut Street, Suite D,
$300 MONTH PLUS $200 SECURITY Street, Macclenny Fl. 32063 $15. New and used sewing Starke Florida r1
32091 .
CALL AFTER 5PM 964-8566 RETAIL SALES CLERK needed.Apply at machines. Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan ,
Road 964-8733 TFN 17
)
13. 10/19/89 1
Textile World 1124 N. Main St.
EFFICIENCY ROOMS, 3 1/4 miles Southof Gainesville Shopping Center,call 372- 8 10/01/89/ 4
Starke on 301,next to Crosley Trailer ALTERATIONS: zippers hems, button
5986 15 8 10/19/89/ Office Hours 8:30: am to 5 pm Monday through Friday
Mfg. Corp., Come see. 13 1 holes, patches.etc. Drop off and pick ,

8 10/19'89 1 ICU NURSE, baylor,weekend nights full up. 7 days a week.7am-8pm.964-
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH mobile home front 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from
time
or part time please contact Kay 964-9535 496-0092
Southslde Elem. 100-TFN
porch, laundry room, central air & Dowling at 259-3151 Ed Frazier Hwy
heat, 2 1/2 miles South on 301, $275 Memonal Hospital 159 N. 3rd St.. 17. 10/5/89 3
month, first & last, $150 damage deposit Macclenny, Fl. 15 8 HOUSE CLEANING SERVICE in Starke
two last references required, 10/19/89 1David and surrounding communities, hon-
call 964-3488 13 8 est, reliable and experienced. Call
10/19/89 1 Debbie at 964-2187 111117!
s 10/2/89 4
HANDY MAN: Reasonable rates. Paint-
Lawson Paint & ing, Plumbing, Electric & Home Re- iAill
Body Shop apirs.25 yrs.experience.Woody 964-
9018 or Tommy 9648I7017
( !nsuraflce; ojii 8 10/5/89 4
THE MOST AMAZING TRAVEL BAR-

CR229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 9646133Senior age GAIN now ever only offered.3995.$500 Isn't travel It time pack-you ;" {{itf, '\ ;.<$99 DOWN' _r $35 PER WEEK, {'i'i:;;; :', :

stopped paying full price (for travel?
Call or write for free color brouchure: 78 TOYOTA '79 Chevy '78 AMC
Robert E.Fuquay,6003 Kingsley Lake 78 LTD2DrV8ATPSPB
Registered Nurse Drive Starke Fl. 32091 call 533-2183 Malibu2DrV8ATPSPB Concord4Dr.6Cyl.ATPS

Minimum qualifications, Florida Licensure as a professional //#17 8 10/5/89 3 CELICA ,
LAWN MAINTENANCE CLEAN UPS. ,
registered nurse and one experience.
year AND Roofing, call J.C. 964-9240 4 Cyt., 4 Speed AC AC PD,AC
Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable //#17 8 10/5/89 3

up to $28,000 annually. (Benefit package worth over $8,000). YOUR WANT BUSINESS TO DRINK! WANT THAT'S TO $895 $995 $795 $695

Correctional Medical Technician CERT STOP? THATS OURS) 1926 #1834 1898 1831

Minimum qualificiations, Florida Licensure as a practical nurse. Alcoholics 9644150.964861417 Anonymous 964-3619, 'A,':<:i.j; ; : _.,4:!{ 'EE'K' f:%"#;J-fY)!', ;)
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Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable up 8 10/12/89 7 \t.-x$199 rDOWNjt1$.' k 'f N t }% _;

to $18,000 anually. (Benefit package worth over$5,000). COMPLETE Mister DISPERSAL Stilts Eternal OF Sun HORSESby and '
New Clinic under construction. Successful candidate will be Handy1 Poor Boy, 463-7217 '78 Toyota 79 Chevy Luv 79 Plym '81 Toyota

eligible for all Florida career service benefits, including State 17. 10/12/89 2
Contributions to health insurance and retirement, 13 paid vacation WiLL WATCH/CARE FOR YOUR CHILDin Celica P/U Arrow Celica
home. 9643521. 17
days, 10 paid holidays and sick leave. Deferred compensation 8 my 10/12/89 3 4 Cyl. 5 Speed 4 Cyl, 4 Speed 2 Or, 4 Cyl, AT 4 Cyl, 4 Speed t
,
plan, CEU's and in-service training. IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH, have your
water tested, and use our water filter $
free for 5 days,Aqua-Clear 964-9240 $1495 $1695 1995 $1695 F Fzh
Interested persons should contract: 17. 10/19/89 3 #1882 #1870

R. Nate Holton, Personnel ManagerNew BABYSITTING BY FORMER NURSE '

River Correctional InstituteP. Assl.8 EMT 10/19/89 call 964-2611 1 17 ?jt$29'91DOWNIIaf$4' : PER WEEK 1'S5

O. Box 333 HORSES WE BREAK buy sale or trade
Raiford, FL 32083or we board horses$30 week We break '78 Toyota '80 Dodge '80 Ford '81 Chevy '82 Plymouth
Phone horses $150 plus feed, call 964-4191
EOE/F 17. 10/19/89 1 T-Bird Citation i
Celica D-150 P/U Grand Fury
(904) 964-4000 PO-RR-5618 TRACTOR WORK MOWING AND TILLING -

Preference shall be given t') veterans and spouses of veterans anytime, CALL Jimmy Carlton O'Steen Craft at 964-7387 964-6697 4 Speed, 4 Cyl,AC V-8,AT PS, PB V-8,AT, PS, PBAC 4 Dr.,V-6,AT,PS,PB,AC 4 Dr.,V-8,AT,PS,PB,AC

M/ after 5pm TFN 17 8
$1895 $1995 $2995 $2495 $2295

#1889 111857 *1927

1 ATTENTION ATTENTION '82 Mazda '83 Chevy '83 Chevy '83 Ford Ranger '84 Ford Ranger


: 626 Cavalier Impala PIU PIU
:1
4 Dr. 4 AT PS
Cyl., ,
$7.00 per hour for an EXPERIENCED SPREADER. I II 4 Dr.,AT,PS,FB,AC PB,AC 4 a,v-8,AT,PS,PB,AC 4 Cyl.,4 Sp.,AC 4 CyL,4 Sp.,AC

I I II I $2695 $269 $299 $299511186 $2895

$8.50 per hour for an EXPERIENCED CUTTER. I 901, 189

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$10.00 per hour for an EXPERIENCED SEWING MACHINE, MECHANIC. ffi'a i$499 U'",DOWN l;:: i"t';< w $45 "PER" WEEK' !;!'

'85 Dodge Charger '85 Chevy Citation '85 Chevy Cavalier 81W

Full or Part-time' available for each position. Sporty,4 Cyl AT PS,PB,AC One Owner Low Miles,4 Cyt,AT A 4 CyL;AT PS,PD,AC


Flexible hours also available, (example: Mon.-Fri. 4-6 pm., $3495 1752 $3495 11890 $2995 .1894

Sat. 8-12 am.)
'84 Toyota P/U '84 Pontiac Grand Prix '84 Chevy CelebrityRuns


Apply in, person at Vogue Mfg., 710 S. Water St. (SR 100 E) Good 4 Cyl.,4 Sp.,AC Sharp. ,V-6,At PS,PB,AC Real Clean V-6 AT PS,I'D,AC


Starke. See Marvin Sellers. $2995 #144 $3495 111855 $3695: 111869Page







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