Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01574
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 2, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01574
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A short blast of cold air is headed our and should reach SECTION I At 12 Pag. SIN,, ?.f/tq
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A front passed through Bradford County " " '
November 1 with and Wednesday morning, Socials. . . . ... .. .5. 7A ";;' "
no rain only slightly'cooler
A second front should pass through late Thursday temperatures.or early Fri Ar.a N.vn. . .. ,. , .(A srr...
day with Ugals I '' IA
possible showers and somewhat cooler
Sunshine should temperatures. Sport.. . ..
return by Saturday morning with rising Pall"r. "
temperatures back near 80 degrees; after only low 70s for a high .
Friday. Lows will be in the mid 50s, except Friday morning which SECTION B: 12
Art. .lIval IBCrim
be in ' ' '
may Sunrise this the high 40s. N.wt. .: . .:: .:;2.: ;. 5B
morning was at 6:43 and will set at 5:42
The day is lOh 59m : n.m. : p.m. Area N.wi. . . .. 4. IB
now long. KI ,'on. Sport. . . 6B
Temperatures recorded at the Gainesville airport for Tuesday Ob t I. 7, 128 The Sweetest Strawberries This Side I of Heaven
were a high of 77 degrees and a low of 63. The record low was 35 in
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1963; the record high was 93 In 1915. Cla I ill.d 9-1IB IIOth Year STAKKK, FI.()Itll) \ 2:;('I'lIt> ('olY|
16th Issue Thursday :November; 2. |IJKI! I SI'S((1(12-7(1(1(; ( (
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Worth Med Connelly to Head Chamber -"-',-: .,. "I

NotingSeminole ...

Med Connelly of Hampton Lake been elected chamber treasurer for Futch, Johnny Hobbs, Larry Red- Gave out 4,000 maps and 5,000 .., 8'a
was elected 1990 president of the next yenr. dish and Bruce Scott. Chamber directories.

Boosters... Starke-Bradford Chamber of Comm- The Chamber Board, with approx- Board members took no action to Worked on getting a traffic signal
The Bradford-Union Seminole cerce at the organization's annual imately 15 members present raise dues at the planning meeting, light for Deerfoot Village. i
Boosters Club will meet and eat today planning session at the Officer's ratified the election of six board which was chaired by President Len Coordinated regularly with state
Thursday, Nov. 2, at 7 p.m., in Club at Camp Blanding last Thur- members Brad Carter, Med Con- Schlofman. and national legislators on items of
the Starke KOA Rec Room. Dinner day Oct. 26.Connelly nelly, Steve Denmark, Alan Hetzel There will be three categories of concern to the area.
will be and Jamie Thrift. The six will Has been active in governmentaland
followed by business is the former president of serve Chamber Champs, it was decided:
meeting at 8 p.m. terms ending Jan 31, 1993. Chamber civic committees addressing
the Economic Development Council Super Champs, $1,000;
Guest speaker Jerry Klutz is Board members with terms expir- problems dealing with hazardous
Chamber and Jr.
and is a retired business executive.Job Champs, $500,
associated with the Osceola ing Jan. 31, 1992 are: Reggie Flynn, Chamber Champs, $300. waste, solid waste disposal, tri-
newspaper. E. White of C.R. Smith Ac- Fred McElroy, John Miller, Len county landfill, and drug grant
Members should make reserva- counting Is slated for the following Schlofman, Terry Vaughn and Job The following Chamber activities meetings.
tions for the Nov. 16 banquet not year's presidency. Glenda Epps, E.White. were explained by Anita Rink, the Rents fair building to groups br-
later than the meeting tonight. owner and operator of Glenda's Board members with terms expir- executive director. The Chamber: inging activities to town.

Shear Design and director of the ing Jan. 31, 1991 are: Jimmy Answered 400 telephone calls Med Connolly ,

Telephone Survey... Downtown Progress Committee, has Alvarez, Carolyn Autry, Steve monthly.Property (see Chamber..i': > To Head Chamb.r In 1990 ,
The Bradford County Recycling ..u_
Advisory Committee in conjunction
with the New River Solid waste

Association will be conducting a Group Seeks
telephone survey on recycling.
Please commit 5-10 minutes of your
time, if called.Scheduled .

Thursday, times Nov. 2:, 6-9 p.m.

Monday, Nov. 5, 6-9 p.m. More Road $ $

Tuesday: Nov. 6, 6-9 p.m.

Gator QB Club...

The Starke Gator QuarterbackClub

will meet at the Bradford For N. FloridaThe

County Fairgrounds, Thursday,
Nov 2. Social hour, 6:30: p.m.,
covered dish dinner at 7 p,m.
Seats are available on the North Florida Area Transpor- suspense, I support the Branan
Georgia-Florida bus, open to the tation Association (NATO) organized Field-Chaffee Road, and if we have
public. If interested, call Hazel I its troops to battle for road pro- the kind of success in the upcoming
Hardy, Ph. 964-7451. jects and transportation needs in session that I know we'll have, that
North Florida while meeting Thurs- road will be on a Department of

Blood Drive... ::1: day, Oct. 29, in the Volusia County Transportation (DOT) five-year
: i \ Agriculture Center, in DeLand. plan."
The Bloodmobile will be in Starke
The 22 county colaition named to Gustafson said he and Senate
Thursday, Nov. 2, with the follow- L r its board of directors, Clay County President Bob Crawford are
ing times and places scheduled: Commissioner James Jett, Chair- cooperating in developing a
Bradford High School, 8 a.m. to man of St. Johns County Commis- transportation piopo-tal for con-

3 p.m. sioners Harry Waldron, Chairman of sideration in .vl'cgislitiveses-;!
Santa Fe CC 8 to 12
a.m. noon.
Volusia County Commissioners Clay
Bradford Hospital, 1-4 p.m. Henderson, and Columbia County sion.Gustafson ....u Crawford prevailed -
Free coupon beoks and him to call the
Commissioner Ted McRae. Those upon special ses-
cholesterol screening.St. four directors will name five other sion on transportation.:

members, filling a 9 member board.
Edwards Bazaar... The board of directors is expected to Four Issues...

The annual St. Edwards Bazaaris be filled in time to hold a meeting in According to Gustafson, J

scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 4, early December, shortly after legislators will look Into four major ,.
In the Parish Hall, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. results of a special legislative ses- areas of concern: <
sion on transpoprtation are made Maintenance of the current road
BHS 19596061... known.
Reunion plans will be formalizedfor Tax Bills Mailed Tuesday Afternoon... NATO approved the appointmentof New roads, limited and controlled -

BHS classes 1959-60-61 Monday 11,161,883.57 In property and personal lax bills for waste assessment and the $100 special assessment for Bill Basford as director for the NE access. Approximately\ 2,000
night, Nov. 6, in a "Dutch Treat" 1989 were put into the mail Tuesday afternoon at the the Jail and emergency sen-ices. There will be a Florida Regional Planning Council. miles, for an estimated cost of $200
dinner at Dexter's Cafe on TempleAve. Starke Post Office to Bradford County properly separate billing for the assessments. Date of the billingis Tom Gustaafson, speaker of the million per year, plus $850 million
owners. not known now.The assessments cannot be paid yet; Florida House of Representativeswas bond money. A
Deputy Tax Collector Gladys Pierce hands! a box of the tax collector's office has no roll or list to go by. a keyhnotre speaker and Immediately Public transit, bus, rail and air, I
tax bills to postal clerk Ralph Martin. There are 12,618 By paying property taxes November: ; a taxpayercan drew a round of applause getting them interconnected. An-
BHS Class of '39... bills in the boxes on the truck. The bills! should reach get a 4 percent discount; In Dec. 3%, in Jan. 2%, in from the large crowd of Clay County ticiapted expenditures of $125
most property owners by the weekend. Feb. 1%. There Is no discount In March, and a three residents attending the meeting
The BHS Class of 1939 will hold Not included In these bils are the bills for the$75 solid percent penalty starts In April. when he said "Just to end the (See Road $$...P.3A) I
its 50th year reunion, Tuesday
evening, Nov. 7. The 7 p.m. dutch ssssssssSSSBBS-SBSBSSSissssiSSS __i ,
treat dinner will be held in the

Starke or Western get in touch Steer with Steakhouse.Call anyone. Ellerbee Curve Area Residents Protest 3-County LandfillBy 'I

you know from the class Bring pictures -

and memorabilia and lots of Joe Glssy "I recommend that Union County safe as we can." Other Matters... -
humor. For ing.A
good more BCT Staff WriterResidents withdraw from the Association," he bid from Ashland Industries for
call Martha Dorko, ph. 782-3397 or Progress on the permit
$2 Million Grant...
of the Ellerbee Curve tire removal at $70 per ton
Clara Colson 964-6395. tion is "about 85% complete,
ph. area of Union County protested the William Griffis asked, "If a The two millian dollar grant ap- will be by mid-November, rejected and new bids will be
location of the tri-county solid waste disaster comes, what will you do propriated by the legislature for the ready to include shredding on
BH Auxiliary Bazaar... landfill in Union County, at the with these little people (who live tri-county landfill has been transferred planned. to Enviromet Resources, Inc.
regular meeting of the Governing there). I don't want what I've work- to the Department of En- DER has 30 days request to shred tires for $50.00 per
The Bradford Hospital Auxiliaryhas Bazaarfor Board held in the Bradford County ed for all my life to be ruined by you vironmental Regulation for ad- tional information in which, then to an They are currently working in

scheduled a Christmas Bradford courthouse Tuesday, October 24. and you and you." he said pointingfirst ministration, according to Darabi, tional the 90 days By March 15, County for $46.50 per ton,
Friday, Nov. 10 Doug Wilkerson praised the Baker to association attorney Jon and it Is in the current year's budget deny permit. should spr'A James Croft, Solid Waste Coor
Hospital, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.V.t.ran' Commission for voting "4-0 for no Wershow, then engineer Frank and Is available only on a reimbursement of available the grant to the association, for the association.
Duval County landfill In Baker County Darabi, and then to the Board. basis. "There are no strings at-
Day... ." It Is Ironic that the NRSWA "What are you going to do to protest tached," Darabi said. ed Theabboard voted to a recycling pilot committee has
American Legion Post 56 has landfill Is 2V4 to 3 miles from the us?" Griffis asked again. Planning costs, permitting costs landfill with three feet design and sizes program of to determine
a containers
scheduled a veteran's breakfast Baker County line, he said. "We don't have a ready answer," and design costs can be reimbursed layer and
clay be in amounts and
Saturday, Nov. 11 at the Post Homeon He also asked, "Why doesn't the said Board Chairman and Baker from the grant, he said, but only pliance with a plastic ,to that be types of
Road Knabb. "We after the work is and the new requirements will generated
Edwards 7-10 a.m. Union County Commission do that Commissioner George complete effective urban
become rural
DER to next families.
Traditional Veteran's Day well for us?" are doing all that we can do to be as bills paid.
ceremonies will be held at theVeteran's
Memorial (gun mount) -. -
at the Intersection of S. Walnut St.

and US-301S, at 11 a.m. Band is SupeiiorAt 1t

Methodist Bazaar... ,.... ,

The First United Methodist / 1 ,) I *1it \

Church will hold its annual bazaar, Jax FestivalThe 1.. t '
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Wednesday, Nov. 15, 4-8 p.m., and t tit
Thursday, Nov. 16, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
in Hall N. Walnut St.
Fellowship on Spirit of Bradford Band of will travel to Moultrie, GA for a

Upcoming... Bradford High earned straight marching and playing contest.
Public scheduled in superior ratings in five categories Members of the BHS band, by in-
meetings the
weeks Saturday, Oct. 28, from judges at the strument or section, are:
coming Bradford are: NE Marching Contest at Forrest Saxophone- Lonnie Adkins, Mike
County Commissioners High School in.Jacksonville.BHS McElroy, Joey Shuford, James
meeting set for Monday, Nov. 6, had the best majorette line, Smith, Jodawn Zak and Allison Ar-. "
9:30 in the Courthouse.
: a.m., the best drum line, the best dance chey, Matt Eunice.
Lawtey City Council meeting set line and best band, said Bandmaster ClarinetTosha Cohens,Dede Cox,
foe Monday Hall. The, Nov. 6, at 7:30 p.m. in Buddy Ball.Superior ratings are the Jennifer Crawford, Misty Crawford,
City regular meeting will highest possible. Alicia Edwards Shannon Elliot,
be preceeded by a public hearingon The band also won superior Jeanette Fairfield, Tosha Gordon,
grant funds, at 7 p.m. ratings in marching and maneuvering Angel Hammond, Deana Holiday,
Starke Council
City meeting and music. Kim Johnson, Stephen Murphy,
scheduled Tuesday, Nov. 7, at 7:30: Those ratings earned the band the Deena Parker Pam Patterson, t

p.m..Bradford, in City Hall. privilege of competing in the finals Shacketa Ray, Robin Register,
School Board
County Saturday night, in which the Teresa Rhoden, Kishanna Spooner.
will meet Monday, Nov. 13, at 7p.m.I.1n 96-member BHS placed third
the Administration among DancersCarman Barber,
Building on N. the 15 Ball bands said.Sprayberry .competing, Bandmaster Michelle Brown, Lisa Burgin, "I

Brooker City Council meeting Natashie Cohens, Gretchen Crews, r II
High School, a
set for Nov. Sophie Fanton Jennifer Glisson,
Tuesday, 14, at 7:30
band from Atlanta
250-member ,took II
p.m., in City Hall Reba Hooper, Maces Johnson Tla- $
first in the
place competition. juanna Kitchens ts:
Hampton City Council scheduled Jones, Kelly ,
Leonard High School of Lake Worth
Tuesday Nov. 14, at 7 p.m., in City a 120-memiber band won secondplace. O'Keima Lee Renee McCarthy, -
Latonia Mitchell, Cheryl Moss,
Hall.Starke Council Melinda Ramsey, Ann Roberts,
City meeting set
This Saturday Nov. 4, the BITS _
Patrise Smith, Vera Smith Carla t. -
for Tuesday, Nov. 21, at 7:30 p.m., band will be judged In the Florida Tushana Vanzant. -'--' ____ '. -
in City Hall.Bradford. ,
Bandmasters Association contest at
FluteSherry Basi, Christina
meeting scheduled County for School Monday Board, the University of Florida in Bath, April Dicandlo, Arnie Griffin The Money Goes in Here...
Gainesville. There will be
no com-
Nov. 27, in Administration Building petition among bands, but the bands Kimberly Gross, Amy King, Sherry A 6 by 22 foot vault was being built Wednesday for the Each slab or section, weighs 1,800 pounds. The door
on N. Temple Ave. will be judged according to ex Mann, Misty Crawford, Misty First National Bank of Bradford County (Un organization weigh 4,600 pounds, said Anthony Leccese. By bank
Bradford County Zoning Board,, cellence Bandmaster Ball.The Padgett, Heather Sapp, Metina ) by Florida Business Systems, Inc. of Tampa.In standards this Is a small vault.
scheduled to meet Tuesday, Nov. BHS band says will seek straight superior Smith, Stephany Traylor, Brenda Organizer of the new bank are hosting a reception
28, at 7 p.m., in Starke City Hall. ratings for the 23rd consecutive Williams,Susan Williamson( Christy the photo above Bill Leccese: and Scott Suinuels! this Sunday, Nov. 5, from 12:30.2:30: p.m. In the Starke II
Starke Zoning Board meetingset Bandmaster Ball. The Willis. Tampa are taking measurements. The vault came In Woman's Club. The public Is Invited. Stock In the new '
for Thursday Nov. 30, at 7 year streak says started under former band- French Horn-. Joel Caren, Tim slabs of concrete at noon Tuesday. The crew worked bank Is being offered to the public at $10 per share.The
p.m., in City Hall.l master Dean Cassells. until midnight Tuesday and expected to have the vault office of the bank Is upstairs at East Call and Thompson -

Saturday, Nov. 11, the BHS band (See Oand..P.3A) up by late afternoon Wednesday. Street In Starke, phone 9619696. I



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Year's First Pecan Auction Set Nov. 16. |

All of each variety shouldbe
--I.-t The first pecan auction of 1989 is 4) Nuts must be delivered to varieties. the pecans can be
set for 1 p.m. Nov. 16, Thursdayafter market in good, serviceable bags. together the same time.
next at the Starke State Plastic trash bags paper bags, or weighed information call Allen
Farmers' Market, according to Bob boxes will not be allowed. For more I
Allen, market manager. 5)) Pecans should be separated into at 964-5451.
Starke's pecan auction is said to
I; be the only one of its kind in nor-
t Ji theast Florida.
Allen predicts a light crop for this
year, due to early dry conditions PRECI US IIIB.mIPORTRAITS
plus web worm and scab conditions. .
However, the quantity cannot be
determined until the first sale when Starke, FL
the nuts come in, he said. Quantitiesat
the first auction will determine if
further auctions are needed.
The market in conjunction with
., Y; 44 Wainwright Pecans, again will conduct -
\ the auctions at the market on
US-301 north in Starke.
u Auction rules:
... bet @
1) Pecans must be weighed-in
2j!' !fi ween 8 a.m. and noon the day of the C
2) A market fee of two cents per gatdy Portraits

I A Students in Second Grade at Starke pound to both the grower and buyer I esG p9Q
Straight Elementary... will be charged on all pecans handled. \9

Students in grade two, earning straight Vs 1m their .
report cards for the first six weeks grading period l.iiidsi-y Sheffield Ashley Smith Arlannc TI('('. James 3) Buyers must deposit $25 cash,
Starke Elementary School are (Ito r): Hoss. Joshua frews, llannnh Chapman, Brandt which will be credited to their pur-
Kneeling In front: Jnnie Starling. .'arlillortill.: ; "Faulkner IIIIU11I11I'1': and Trudy Taylor. chases. In case a buyer does not purchase -
I Brand! Northrup Josh .'ormanarOl\ VVonilfin, Cmi- Hack row standing: Rrbrkah Moulding Jacob any pecans, the deposit will be
dice Landy, Stephen Browning, Shauna I.etfrson' Kiln (lemons, Frances ;McKenna, Tabithn Padgrlt Bennie refunded.A successful bidder failingto
Elliott, l1IchaeIl1cJillian.manda: Fell, Phillip licitdricks. Kay l'aU..rMIIIlil'hat'l: Smith, Candice Thomas and claim his purchase will forfeit the oQQ
-, Revecca Miller Joshua lliislcd. Scull liilin, Gracie \Varron. deposit.
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Education Disciplinary Agency... PORT> AITS

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Educators Elect George BowenGeorge CONTAINS: App. "' --

2-8 x 10s 4-5 x 7s 20-WALLETS
Bowen president of the During 19U8-89 the EPC handled a valuable] resource. MORE OF THE SIZES YOU
Bradford Education Association 233 cases ranging from sexual While the daily job Bowen faces in At y O NEED AND ASK FOR ONLY...$ "II 95
iBEA), was recently elected chair- misconduct to chemical abuse. According teaching sixth and seventh graderscan 1 *- Plus $200
man of the Education Practices to Bowen while 25 percentof be demanding being chairmanof 1..I.'I<.i.. Win B.AkMhMr Silting Fee
)' Commission (EPC), a state teacher this year's case load has been the EPC offers its own unique typeof vi ,,
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related to sexual misconduct, challenges, he says. s"-
disciplinary agency. '""'"" \1"I""AlllrTYOI"I 1"I1 POSF.S
Bowen will serve a one-year term. another approximate 25 percent of "My biggest challenges have been DaVl'd'T.arner i IL.I Also AVftlLABLL
EPC acts as the final agency in the cases the Commission reviewedwere dealing with the increasing numberof i lI'Hifui.vt' I iddilHiiial,ub,.", '
disciplinary actions against related to substance abuse cases we've had since I've come Days: Saturday-Sunday .
teachers and administrators who particularly cocaine and crack. on board, and finding creative waysof i
have Florida teaching certificates.The Currently, one EPC project in- dealing with each teacher's case, Dates: Nov. 4-5 IIIB.mI!]

commission is composed of five volves creating a recovery networkto particularly" in cases of substance '- Time: 10-571-5 (Sun.)
teachers, five administrators and assist chemically dependent abuse, Bowen says. Walnut Street Starke,FL
three lay persons.As teachers and/or administrators. Bowen, a social studies teachersat Certain Limitations Appli Ask Phoiogrdph lor Details
"Because we are starting to see a Bradford Middle School for 11
chairman Bowen presidesover rise in the use of drugs we are interested years was also appointed by Gov. George Bowen
EPC business meetings,servesas in promoting legislationthat Bob Martinez to serve as a memberof
liaison between Commissioner of will create a recovery network, the Task Force on Child Abuse Elected to Slot Poll
Education: Betty Castor, and pro much like the doctors and lawyers and Child Neglect Reports.The Task
motes the continuation of EPC pro- have," Bowen says. "Teachers Force will make recommendationsto
IPCtS. would then receive referrals to ser- the governor and legislature for
"I feel honored to be selected by vices for drug counseling," he said. improvements in law, rules and w7R
my peers. These are people who The program would allow policies on the investigation and
come from different areas of the teachers whose treatment is successful classification of child abuse and _
education community to circumvent the EPC hear- neglect reports. The Task Force has
jperintendents and school board ing and possible license revocation. held a public hearing in Miami and _
members as well as teachers," Bowen says these types of programsare will hold meetings Nov. 27 in Tampa
Bowen sad s Important because teachers are and Jan. 16 in Pensacola.

I BHS uudent Expelled After Fightplaced

A Bradford High student, an emotionally separate the fighting students with in'the custody of her guar
handicapped girl aged 16, her hands the girl stabbed the boy dian.Any charges are pending an investigation
has been,expelled for remainder twice in the upper back. The boy was by the Starke Police
of the 89-90 school term after a fight taken to the hospital and released. Department.The .
in which she stabbed another student The stab'wounds were not serious, positive thing Supt.Duncansaid 'M1
with knife Dean of Students Jerry Petrella The expelled student has been student funds. r- t'ABFHNfl SAIIVIGNOM
explained details of the altercationto .. .. .. .. u ., u ......,.. ... ....
the school board. Supt Jim Dun l
can,after questioning Dean Petrellato C LLwTLJc f : jJ
see if the student received due I/
process, recommended the expul-

5.0 sion to to expel the school the student.board which voted MIDNIGHT VIDEO HOURS ill BOURBON

Before the vote Supt. Duncan explained Free Lifetime MembershipMONDAYTHURSDAY
that under federal law, the TAYLOR VWK$* COID DOCK PINK
expulsion of a handicapped student SPAKK. BUIKUINDV I 1 1IN
won't mean the school system can 10:00 AM-9:00 PM i .Jp 6 1 ,
simply bar the student from school.
-FRIDAY 10:00 AM-10OO PM
The school board has a federally
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mandated obligation to provide an
off-campus education program to Almaden -
the student She must be taught on a CANADIAN' WHISKY J '\
one-to-one basis at some agreeable WHITE GIIENACHEWHITK / / ..AWAVpEFMp
location such as the county library, PRICES < ZINFANDtlDOMAINE
by a special education instructor,
Duncan said. ,
Supt.After the vote School Board CARTOONS Alva,. $1.00 Each II I WITH.Z' LITER GINGER.ALE .:
Chairwoman Evelyn Chastain said, MONDAY-WEDNESDAY 2 MOVIES FOR$3.00 1 1 1 / /
"This a tough thing to have to do- THURSDAY ALL MOVIES ft NINTENDO V
a student. But we just cannot GAMES$1.00 .
allow weapons to come onto FRI., SAT., SUN $2.50 Each "Rent 3, Get 2 FREE!: / ,_, 4
campus." The school board voted 5-0 RENT MORE THAN PRICES BEGIN
3 MOVIES $1.50 Each
on a motion to expell the student by SAT., A SUN RENTALS
Board Member Len Schlofman, VCR' $5.00 RENTAL ji .
Watson.seconded by Board Member James NINTENDO MACHINES $3.00 MONDAY-FRIDAY : I UTHROUGH
Two students were expelled from WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8th.:
BHS during the 88-89 term for bring
weapons onto campus.. In one case a CLEANING & REPAIRS
pistol was confiscated and in
another a student was displaying a '"' E
firearm to other students during FREE ESTIMATES UH This is the first .CHtNIN BLANC RUSE -
hunting season. case
this ''"" A CASE OFBEER
Dean Petrella explained the Oct. 4 '
Incident occurred just as the school 1O05 S. WATER STREET 3- i

buses were leaving,about 3:20: p.m..
Two girls, sisters, were on their way HWY. 100 Jo
to the football field when they met STARKE964574O III 1 YOUR TRUNK!
the 16-year-old boy who was stabb-

boy and one sister, who has
fought the previous night, again got
into a scrap. The 16-year-old sister, rtwc::
who was expelled, came to her .
sister's defense. When unable to i" KM5" .MALT .LIQUOR


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The Bradford County. Board of County Commissioners will open sealed ,., i UWENBRAtfLITE '.

bids on Monday. November 6, 1989 at 10:00: A.M. In the County ; SPEtlAt DARK

Commissioners Meeting Room at the Bradford County Courthouse GIN/RUM/VODKA DRAFT i ,iNTKODO INO-Ntw '

Starke, Florida for a Line Striper which shall be a new four wheel, heavy

duty highway striper, able to apply lines from 2" 6" wide, with a total '

spray width of 24", to carry: two colors of paint. The line striper shall be

regularly listed as manufacturer's current model and shall comply with

standard: specifications for the model offered with exceptions and [Heineken ;a;

additions as contained herein.

For copies of the specifications or any'quesUons regarding this bid. 1NURNOFF /fa7Syi29rR5; ;- ; '' ; : ,' -:.'.

please contact the Clerk of Circuit Court's Office In Bradford County at .

904-964-6280, Ext. 200. Sealed bids can be mailed or hand deliveredto ; '

the Bradford County Courthouse. Clerk of Court. P. O. Drawer B. t _

Starke. FL 32091. before the aforementioned date and time. ee.K .',
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I Unus.. nl Star ----l Zoners Don't Recommend Mobile Homes on Lakeby I

Set for Thursday N Butter Rahn wants to do with the property. It was owns adjacent lots, no. 15: und 16,'and mobile homes woufd be allowed.
BCT staff Wrll.r originally bought us an investment, plans to build a home in the near Terry Dinkins came to the podiumto
County Zoning Board members to help put two sons through college. future. He wrote, "I feel if this voice his concerns, saying property -
Providing the weather is clear, made it clear they think lakefront lie did not indicate that he has firm rezoning Is allowed. It will not Im- values will decrease if additional
sky-viewers In this area will be property is too valuable for mobile plans to put any type home on the prove the neighborhood, but will mobile homes are allowed.
treated to an unusually beautiful homes in their Tuesday, Oct. 24, lots, saying "Whoever comes after decrease property values." Pounds Zoning Board Member Med Con-
sight in the southwestern sky at [ meeting. me will have a prerogative." gave a North Carolina address.A nelly told Williams that lake-front
nightfall, Thursday, Nov. 2. T: The board rejected 4-1 a request Williams said there are three resident of Crosby Lake Inlet, poperty is getting to be too expen-
Venus, the brightest star in the from Haynes Williams to change the mobile homes across the canal from Joy Rapp wrote, "I live in a mobile sive for mobile homes, and said he
sky, will be positioned near the thin classification on Crosby Lake canal his property, and eight mobile home on the canal. We had plannedon could not support the rezoning re-
crescent "new moon", making a ti from KSF-1) single family residential homes in the area. building a home on our lots, but quest.
dramatic view, somewhat like a diamond to RSF-MH:: which allows with this new rezoning we will
setting in a gold crescent. mobile homes. Williams purchasedtwo Only one person came to oppose definitely reconsider." Connelly moved to deny the petition -
The same phenomenon occurredin lots on a Crosby Lake canal in the rezoning; however, three lettersin The third letterwriter. Glory and received a second from
the spring of 1988 and was viewed 1973, in the name of his sister, Eloise opposition were received by the Fellows, said she would never have Zoning Board Member Jay Martin.
by milions of Williams. zoning office. purchased lots on Crosby Lake if The vote was 4-1, with Board Chair-
people, according to un Williams!nM h<.'Nn't sure what h<. there had been indication that
article in "Sky & Telescope Charles I. Pounds wrote to say he any man Rick Replogle dissenting.!

Magazine". At sunset, the planet
will appear to the right of the crescent so it becomes faintly visible inside Road $ $ $
moon and, with luck, viewers the crescent, which is lighted by the .. from page 1A

may also be able to observe the sun and shines brightly. million per year, less than 5 percentof and allow an increase to 6 percent in because of poor roads. Half the happened to it.
phenomenon called "earthshine"according Because the dark portion of the total transportation budget. the local option sales tax on roads in the state are dangerously That road went through all the
to the magazine. moon glows faintly when this occurs, DOT enhancements and improvement gasoline. congested, with some 34 percent of hoops, I know. It went through all
Earthshine Is caused by reflected it has been called "the old moon in meeting transportation needsin Concerning the special session, highway deaths due to road conditions the testa in the world for 5-7 years,
light from the Earth, brightening the the new moon's arms", It is a sight a fair and quitable manner. Crawford said, "We have great ex- then suddenly one day it was off themap..1t
normally dark portion of the moon worth seeingif the sky Is clear. The plan being considered will pectations for next month. It's a Waldron said, "South Florida has wasn't even there. The
cost some S13 billion over the next tremendous emblem and reauires been doing its home-work... they've transportation svstem has got In
five years. courage to make hard decisions,and been at bat for a long time in this work right, and work well."
we must make some tough decisionsin funding.We must work for a"State"
Gateway to Florida... November." funding system rather than local State Senator Arnett Girardcau
Chamber. (D.Jax) said, "All those people in
!I from page 1AManaged Gustafson mentioned a number of Crawford said Florida's roads are systems.Waldron continued, "The Branan South Florida had to use North I
in which the raise
way state can with the
unacceptable average Florida roads
Road-Chaffee Field road is not the to get there. We are
Worked to increase July 4 ac- the Bradford County funds surcharge for DOT suggesting a rentalcar Florida resident paying $1,300 per only reason ve're here today, but we the key. We are the gateway to
new car "
in time lost and vehicle
Fair. year repairs Florida.
talk about that road: because of what
Planned fund raising activities. -
Worked on Christmas Parade, 18 Committees... liana Contest Tenor SaxJoel Jacobsen, John
which the Chamber sponsors. The planning session resulted in frohipoge1AZurny Ripplinger.
Represented members at 10-15 an expanded list of 18 committees. Gowens, Stephen Thornton Danielle Ford, Mark Harden, Natashie Mann, Danielle Smith. TrumpetBradley Ball, Kevin
meetings per week. Smith, Matt Williams. Mullis, Sonya Norman, Craig TromboneJohn Frampton, Per- Boone, Brian Canova, Jason I
Planned a community volunteer Percussion- Josh Bula Gerald Slocum, Mike Stoneman. tina Hutchinson, Matt Martin.Erica Canova, Dennis Fairfield.
work program. Clark, Kenny Clark Jennifer Dodge MalletsJames Smith, Sherry Pfenniger. Ron Wlshart.

Planned a leadership program. -
Sponsored the monthly Chamber

mixer.Sold map advertising.
Wrote Chamber directory contest
and sold advertising. HGoahead
Improved the chamber's accoun-
ting procedures.Signed .
up new members, renew- :
ed memberships.
Worked on the Business Improve- ,

ment Awards. .
Attended seminars. .
Worked on Showtime Festival. .
Worked on Downtown Jubilee.
Sponsored a Partership Programwith read
schools. meter.

program.Sponsored Worth a career shadowing my


NotingSpecial 't' ;/10, "- Neither rain, nor Meet, nor hark
4v: '
.>'. <>f dog can keep an FPL meter reader

Olympics... L from taking a correct reading.

Bradford County Special Olym- Every day it seems one of our
pics will hold a car wash at the
Community State Bank, Saturday, people sets anew -
Nov. 4, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Proceeds
will go to help support Brad- -wst+awrtw- record for
ford County Special Olympics.
Donations for the car wash will be accuracy.
$3 per ticket, which can be pur- 1 1 Barbie White
chased from Special Olympians.For ,
further information, call Dan '. y r' )
I for example, .t ,
Cuddington, Ph. 964-6911. + aa, .
u",.""" ,.. .'.,, w..>I4',f. -K: xM9Mtr recently read ,

Blood ressure...
over 100,000
There will be a free blood / -
pressure screening in the lobby of electric meters without a mistake.
Bradford Hospital, Tuesday Nov. ;MrN1lMiin! larYrf .lli
7, 1-3 p.m. v.wl.rasw.w.r' Part: of Bjrbicfc efficiency is a creditto

BHS Career Day... her FPL know-how and persistence.

The 1989 BUS CollegeCareerDay Qualities all our meter readers striveto
Program will be held Tuesday suratl.
Nov. 11,In the BHS Library. perfect.But .
8:30-10:30: : a.m. The program Is held
for high school juniors and seniors, there more to the story. For
but and others are invitedto
parents .
attend. r the past two years, FPL readers have

There will be representativesfrom
carried hand-held electronic
community colleges, state a
universities, vocational schools, recorder called a "data
and the armed forces, some fifty .,
representatives in all, to talk with cap" When an address is
students, providing valuable Infor-
mation regarding opportunities for entered, the recorder
young people. Call 964-6800, Ex. 129 .
or Ex. 56. Mary McLeod, coor- provides a message
that helps readers stayon

Cecil Field Tour... a first-name basis "
t !I
NAS Cecil Field will host a tour
of the base, Saturday. Nov. 18, with i'.. b' with your pet,
tours beginning at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., i. ;( : locate hidden
and noon, each lasting about one ;r ."" : i
hour. Buses will tour the base with ( meters,,or know when "
guests visiting the flight "
the FA8 Hornet and S-3 Vikings to check with a neighbor.Most

fighter This will planes.be the final Saturdaytour wtwrt.sws important of all, its memory

of 1989. The number of guests
will be limited to the number of ttwl.I double-checks entries,warns of .
seats available on the bus. Reser- t tw.M.rrsar.r
{ possible errors and asks ft>r a second
vations are required. For Informa-, /
Lion or reservations, call 7786055. .: opinion.

Total accuracy Itfc Barbiels goal, : ,

Plans Being Made- because you've toll us itS yours 1

By BITS Alumni AssnThe And in attaining it, FPLs' technology ..
adoption of a by-laws amend-
ment, regarding the kinds of com- is proving to be manS best friend.
and Bradford High School
Alumni mittees Association needs Is being r And certainly womarts! toaJfIIII'A

planned for a Nov. 28 meeting. .
The Alumni Association met Oct.
30 at the Western Steer with classesof
the 30's, 40's, 50's, 60's and 70's 4tV ,
were represented. ; ','' t'\" ,.\
Student Council officers of the i' : >
Class of 1989 presented the programat
the Oct. 30 meeting, acquaintingthe 6 V4: 1
alumni with the projects goingon PPLIflhcrrt
at Bradford High now.
Presenting the program were '.
Steve Thornton president of the Stu- i9-4' 't 1 a better way
dent Council,; Kim Johnson,' FPL will find}It.I' ,
secretary; Danika Richardson,
treasurer and Kim Ross, presidentof rI I
the Junior Class.They project on I It
the BUS beautification with
tree planting the building of picnic I
tables,' and painting of trash cans "
completed last year. ',: -
Plans for the current year t:
displayed Involvement of some 34 : ."
students officers In the many ac<'' \. I
tivitles and functions of the 1989-90

council.Next meeting of the Alumni .: rill aw.r.-. '
Association is set for 7 p.m. Saturday "" ice ,t
Nov 28, at the Western Steer ab.r ..'. ... ".. \.0" {
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Philip A. (Uncle: )Phil Crosby, patriarch of the Brooker Crosby clan, as he looked In the Sister of Alonzo StricklandWant Pictured reading in porch rocker
i'i.UK. taking a rest break leaning against the split rail fence that surrounded his cornfield. ,
Hi- wa born in the New River section In 1858 and he and his wife Clarissa Bragg Crosby, more facts about your ..
h..d children (two died in infancy), and 57 grandchildren. Large families were prevalent ancestors, and how to start finding
in (heIK ciirh days because many hands were needed to help tend the farm crops, them'? Well, a good opportunity will

.. ... _... d'_ .. .. ,..,. .. ,'. ... Nov.present 3-4 itself, when this Friday the Florida and Saturday State, r 4a9 a

: I'T'"ORr.A\LS; : : nual Genealogical conference Society at Holiday holds Inn its 13th West an-in a a

"''III' E. D' : : \ : :: Gainesville. '

Mitchell Sapp, chairman of the :
.......... ." Alachua County Genealogical Society, ;
says the two-day sessions are open to
non-members also, upon payment of
Florida Deserves Better necessary fees. ,: ( -

Sapp, who is maintenance supervisorof
the University of Florida] Division of
ScaleIt Housing, belongs to a pioneer family
Rating on Livability that has been in Florida since about
1835. His great-grandfather was
Shadrack Sapp III, who was an ex-
seems a bit ironical that San Fran- Florida, which undoubtedly has the best cellent farmer and one of five brothers, dt
cisco, scene of a recent devastating ear- climate in the nation, fail to score in the all of whom fought with Confederate

thquake, should be ranked second from top 10 for livabilityor, for that matter, home forces unharmed in the Civil after War General and returned Lee's

'he top as "America's Most Liveable City in the top 19? Miami did manage to surrender at Appomattox. a

t ". Of course, the ratings were pro- come in as a weak No. 20. Among the 250 people attending the

'ably made before; the earthquake occurred Other Florida cities were definitely] conference will be Ernest and Mary Scott Alvarez
but it has been common "also rans". Out of the 333 cities rated, Godwin of Gainesville. Mr. Godwin will Coming to town in horse-drawn wagon
knowledge that "Frisco", which was Tampa was 56th from top, Orlando 91st, receive, at this time, his 13th Florida]
Pioneer Descendant certificate whichis
nearly totaled in a much worse earth- Jacksonville 104th, Fort Lauderdale awarded to persons who can trace wound up getting a photocopy of an old were translated from :Spanish to
quake in 1906, would have more quakes 115th and Daytona Beach 136th. their lineage back to the period before record in the church where they were English as a WPA project during Presi-
nuring this century, and still awaits Gainesville came in as No. 172, and 1845 when Florida] was first admitted to married. "We thought about getting it dent Roosevelt's] administration, and
filed with the but then in the
) P.K.
( state of
we are now Yonge Library
One". the Union as a State. Mr. Godwin, whois
The Big Sarasota No. 216. of the
Naples, one look in
now 87. is the son of Jacob Godwin, thought that might not so good Florida History at the University of
fastest growing beauty spots on the who was torn at New River. He is also 1976, > she laughed. Florida. Another obvious source is the
Seattle, in California's neighboringstate West Coast, ranked a miserable 323-- related to Roy Godwin, who once had a Referring to possible sources, the old family Bible where records of bir-
of Oregon, was ranked No. 1 for 11th from the bottom in all the U.S. general store at Brooker many years Godwins recommend the National Ar- ths, deaths, and marriages are
livability, in spite of its fogs and rain, ago. chives in Washington, D.C. as a major sometimes recorded.
partly because it is rated tops in the na- In addition to its salubrious climate, source of documentation, Including] Mitchell Sapp emphasizes the impor-
tion for recreation, including skiing, any Florida city would outrank Seattlein Mr. Godwin is retired after 32 years pension records. State Archives are tance of joining a genealogical society
hunting the number of days per year that outdoor with the electrical maintenance depart-- also important, they say,as a source of for more effective research. The
hiking mountain climbing, fishing, sports can be enjoyedwith the ex- ment at the University of Florida. He is clues from county tax rolls, old maps Alachua County society meets monthly
sailing, kayaking, and bic cling. of also related to the Sparkman family of and marriage and divorce records. to exchange ideas, and holds seminars
But what about the living quality for ception snow skiing, of course, On top Bradford County and attended the Florida's archives! are in Tallahassee, several times a year The society also
'couch potatoes" who don t do all those of that, Florida has been rated as the Sparkman-Wynn reunion at Gold Head while the Bureau of Vital Statistics publishes a quarterly newsletter whichis
nation's least likely state to suffer an Branch last Saturday. Since his-retire (birth death, marriage, and divorcerecords sent to members and exchanged with
things'7We earthquake, which should make it quite"livable" ment 13 years ago, he and his wife have ) is in Jacksonville.. Land transactfhns .,. J other g MJpO.lj) ; iii/.J +Iv.iuuiiu..,
devoted much of their time to __ and deeda;brUHSncT. siaudpapers '"-
are told that the rankings were for the long term.Florida's Sue'Ct r11.lbraM; n''Wi'tb''u'sd\ -
scored in the categories of crime, healthcare genealogy. are in county courthouses. ford County Library, says there is a
environment, transportation, State Chamber of Com- Mitchell Sapp, for example, found an growing interest in genealogy locally
recreation merce should not take its cities' poor Where do you begin researching ancestor's signature on a petition to and she encourages library patrons to
education arts employ-
ratings lying down. All other factors of genealogy? "You begin with yourself Congress to create two Floridas, east make use of the sources available] here.
ment and climate. Mr. Godwin says. "The first thing and west. He is amused by the wording
living quality depend climate for
on Persons
should do is informationfrom wishing to attend the
anyone get which : "Since God in his infinite
climate had a low priori-
Apparently, their enjoyment, and on a yearroundbasis older members of the family wisdom saw fit to divide the state by the seminar sessions in Gainesville may
tv in the ratingsotherwise, how could Florida's can't be beat. before they're all gone," he says. Suwannee River, then Congress should register at the door starting at 8 a.m.
Friday and Saturday. Space Is limited,
recognize this higher authority... This
In a recent article in The Gainesville
so early registration is advised.
might be one of saying, "What God
Sun Mrs. Godwin tells of an unusual way
New Taxes' Pledge and somewhat humorous incident that has already divided let no man put There is a$15 fee each day for the]ec-
I 'No cropped up during their search for together." tures. A Friday night banquet and a
ancestors. 'We found out that we didn't Another good source of information Is Saturday luncheon are optional at addi-
Causes GridlockThe even have a marriage certificate," she old records of Spanish Land Grants, tional fees. ,
says. There were no legal papers to prove from the time that Florida was under For further information, call Mitchell
their marriage, so they finally Spanish rule, Mr. Godwin says. They Sapp at 904-332-2065 after 5 p.m.
current gridlock in Tallahasseeand The Florida DOT has reserved only $1
also in Washington) over the need million for emergency bridge repairs in

for funding repairs and replacement of the current budget. Last alone, -
Florida's (and the Nation's) roads and emergency repairs cost the year agency Jr5 Letters to the Editor: I

bridges has reached the point of more than $4 million. Fifty-five bridgesin .

threatening public safety. Florida are deemed structurally defi- .

Florida DOT'S budget for bridge cient and need to be replaced.On It Isn't So Mr. Reagan...
Say I
repairs has dropped from $62 million to the national level, Senator Bob Cheer for CheerleadersAs ,

$2 million in four years, and the Depart- Dole member of the Senate recent
Republican Reagan,on your Say it Isn't so.
ment of Transportation has been forced Finance Committee he would sponsor of the BUS Varsity trip to Japan, were you rewarded by
to scrap or delay $832 million in needed says sup- Cheerleaders, I would like to take this some source in Japan? If you were, I'm Senators Glenn] and Cranston, tell me
port a federal gasoline tax as a way to opportunity to publicly commend this you did not accept campaign funds
.oad repairs or replacements in the not interested in what you did with the
help rebuild the nation's highways and year's group of girls and dispel some of reward, I'm only concerned that the office .-, from a bank that would be affected by
next five years. bridges, but President Bush is adament- the critical rumors I hear floating down of President of these United Statesof legislation you sat In judgment on.
The gridlock blocking the passage of ly opposed to this or any other tax. Con from the stands each week. America can be bought for a price.I Say it Isn't sot

new taxes to meet these highway pro- gress will not move in that direction I think the BHS cheerleaders, this ask the above'as one who supported If any of the above be.true, is it any
blems is the same in Tallahassee as in unless the President gives the signal. year and in years past, have not been you during your two terms of office. Say wonder that some of our people regardour
deserve and
the credit ,
they more
It results from campaign given It isn't so. Nation's leaders with
Washington. Therefore, we have stalemate.The often than not, have received criticism less than admiration -
pledges] of both Governor Martinez and bind in which Governor Martinezand they DO NOT DESEKVE. Also, I hope the person I see on TV, add don't even bother to
"read out of a box to advertise some
President Bush to our lipsno popping
President Bush have placed their I, better'than anyone except their product, isn't ex-Speaker Tip O'Neal.It Say it isn't so.
new taxes. State and Nation should be a lesson to parents, can testify to the number of cheapens his image as a oncepowerfulleader .
Assuming that these two chief executives all politicians to never say never: If they hours these girls cold spend each week, rain of our House of Representatives. X.M. Smith,Starke
or shine, hot or practicing, -
mean what they saythe would take the time to "read the lips" of and preparing for the week planning up- '
Florida Legislature and the U.S. Congress their constituents they would findac- coming game. This also includes making -, Forestry in :Bradford County
are taking them at their word and cording to the pollsthat the American and hanging banners each week, ;
refuse to pass new tax bills in the face of people had rather pay a reasonable in- preparing refreshments or a quick I
certain vetoes. They see the futility of crease in taxes now than to fall througha meal the for week the players s game.and selling ribbonsfor Pioneer Program Honors Farm FamiliesWith

enacting new tax laws, unless the bridge or have an interstate highwaycave
After working with these girls since family to be eligible] for An'
Governor and the President ask for in them. about two percent'of recognition:
on last May, I have been impressed by only abstract of title is the best evidence of
them many things.., their school accomplishments Americans now living on farms, not continuous family ownership.>. Title '\o
off the field, their many can trace their agriculturalheritage the property today must reside with a
1 Needed to Pick JurorsConcerned abilities on the field, the cooperation I back 100 years. blood l relative of the original owner or a
Better Way receive from them each week their To honor those who have maintained ,legally adopted child ofa descendent.
in the for at least that
farm family
friendliness to each other, the way they I a Only one certificate will be issued for
the Florida Department'of '
conduct themselves at the each long, each piece of property, so relatives of
election supervisors from pared to a national average of 70.7 per week, including their courtesy game to the op- ,Agriculture and Consumer Service is families who have already been
all parts of Florida put their heads cent, according to the records. BradfordCounty's posing team.This brings me to the most renewing the Century' Pioneer F&rrn [honored are not eligible] for recognition
together recently in an effort to find a voting score is better than the recent criticism I have heard, which Family program.Commissioner'It was initiated Con-by1 ,,for the same property.
national It has concerns the girls' at the Agriculture To apply for the program write to:
better way of selecting jurors than .state and average. appearance ner In 1985 and resulted In the recognition ; I
in the 21 elec- Oct. 20 game. I am more concernedwith 'Century Pioneer Farm Family,Florida
to 61
them from registered voter averaged percent of 142 families during ceremoniesheld
!Department of
chasing the girls' health and comfort than I tin Agriculture : Consumer
tions held here during. the. past ten am with their appearance, and 1 cannot at three locations around the state 'Services, 410 Mayo Building
believe adults in the stands In 1986. Tallahassee, FL 32399 or call
years. sitting .
One supervisor reported getting "The family farm Is fast fading from 904488.1111.Ceremonies .
dozens of letters from voters saying Supervisors agreed that the threat of find their it coats offensive, hats that and the blankets girls did could not the American scene" Conner said. honoring eligible

they'd rather give up voting than run jury duty keeps many citizens from remove their sweatpants and jackets In ."But many of Florida's stalwart] families will be held at various limes
the risk of serving on a Jury. Conse- registering to vote. They believe that 40 degree weather.. pioneer changing farm conditions families and have are adapted still' to In .And places around the state In 1990.The s

quently they refuse to register to vote. voting percentages in Florida would be In closing, I would like to thank the business. I look forward to the opportunity dates depend and upon'locations the number of ceremonies of families will

The conference was organized by the boosted if the names of jurors were coaching staff and players themselvesfor to formally recognize.and honor, that qualify for the program. .
drawn from some other.source. the support and encouragementthey these families." : Th Division of Forestry interested
and the In-
Florida Division Elections have given us, but I should point To qualify as 'a Century. PioneetFarm fn Identifying those farm families who
stitute of Government in an effort to improve It is unfortunate that some Citizensare out that the girls' biggest source of' Family,the farm must have beenin qualify Century Pioneer Farm'
the State's dismal voting record willing to sacrifice their right to spirit each week comes from the.fans In family ownership continuously since Famines whose land is also recognized '
which places Florida 44th m voter vote in order to avoid jury duty, but the stands. January 1,1800.Family .s ai Tree Farm. Those who qualify for
and should be reckoned I be associated members do not need to have the Century Pioneer Farm Family Program
registration and turn-out among the nation's such is the case, am very proud to with '
lived in the state or on the property continuously and have
of .There must be ,a better of only one of many extra-curricular ac- part! or aU of your property
62.9 with..
50 states. Only percent the
tivities at BHS. They are all great kids but title to at least part of :designated as a Tree Farm,
those in Florida who could vote if they picking''jurors than by drawing names CherrieGnann property must have remained In the Please. contact your County Forester: at
wanted to are actually registered com from the voter registration' lists. family throughout,, the..period i ..,for. the ,! ,'219. .


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November log TKI.Er.RAPH Pairs 5%

Social ::Parties'Weddings reei s Engagements.Mangus-IIcndrix Engagement ToldMs. t tCS + -FAGt1 rC st I

Marilyn W. Parrish of Winter
Haven and Bruce Mangus of Starke
e Engagements announce the engagement of their
50-Year ReunionTo fered both days for a $2.50 donation.
daughter, Jill Melissa Mangus to
QirtfoAnnouncements Brian Dean Hendrix both of Sandwiches and desserts may also
Hamp- Be Held Nov. 7 Tickets available
Items ton. Brian Is the non of Mr. & Mrs. be purchased. ( are
: Richard Hendrix of Starke. The 50th Year Reunion of the BITS from any member or at the church
The wedding plans will be announced Class of 1939 will be held on Tuesday office.)
at a future date. evening, Nov. 7 at 7 p.m. It will be a
The bride-elect is a 1987 BUS dutch-treat dinner at Western Steer
graduate and Is employed by Av Steakhouse in Starke. St. Edwards Having
Sparkman and Wynn Families Med North Florida Claims In Call or get in touch with anyone Annual Bazaar Sat.On .
know from this class.
Gainesville. The groom-to-be is a you Bring pictures -
1984 BHS graduate and is or any other memorabilia and Saturday, Nov. 4. the annual
Enjoy Reunion at Gold HeadDescendants by Kraft Food Service in Ocala.PHOTOGRAPHY lots of good humor: For more infor- St. Edward's Bazaar will be held in
Theresa Dnpson mation call Martha Dorko, 782-3397, the parish hall from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
and Jeffery Moore or Clara Colson, 9646395. Homemade vegetable soup, a varie-
of William Sparkman and John C. Wynn, two pioneer set ty of sandwiches and desserts will be
tlers of Bradford County, gathered Saturday for their annual family reunion Cathy Wooley Methodist Women served throughout the day.
at Gold Head Branch State Park. By DopsonMooreMake Handmade arts and crafts items
C.E. (Rip) O'Stcen president of the group, presided over the program 964-6066 Schedule BazaarThe for gift giving and utilizing will be on
following the covered dish dinner, and Carol O'Steen was in charge of Weddings, Engagements Wedding Plan annual United Methodist display. Home-baked breads, cakes,
preparations. Helen Donald Scandaliato and Women's Bazaar will be held Nov. 15 pies and cookies will also be sold.
Ernest Godwin, 87,of Gainesville, was recognized as the oldest relative Anniversaries William Southon of Fernandina from 4 to 8 p.m. and Nov. 16 from 9 The White Elephans tables will
present. He recently received his 13th Florida Pioneer Descendant certificate Call/or Free Consultation Beach, announce the engagementand a.m. to 2 p.m. in Fellowship Hall at feature good toys, tools, kitchen
which is awarded to persons tracing their lineage to the time approaching marriage of their the First United Methodist Church in utensils, bric-a-brac and antiques.
before Florida became a state in March 1845.He is a descendant of William daughter, Theresa Lynn Dopson of Starke.All Everyone Is invited to enjoy this
Sparkman who moved his family to this area and established a large plan St. Augustine, to Jeffery Glen types of handcrafted items, occasion.
tation just south of Sampson Lake in 1827 when Florida was still a Ter Mrs. Lena Daugherty Moore, son of Dorothy & Robert baked and canned goods and holiday
ritory. William Sparkman had 15 children, and one of his sons, Wade Luncheon HonoreeMrs. Jones and Glenn & Diane Moore all gifts will be on sale. The theme Club Meets
Hampton Sparkman, had 16.
of Starke Four Seasons" will offer a selection
The relative coming from the farthest distance to the reunion was Sylvia .Lena Daugherty was honoredon for all occasions and/or any Wednesday, Nov. 8
Durrance of San Francisco. She is a granddaughter of Thomas A. Friday Oct. 27 with a luncheon The wedding will be held holiday for gifts or decorations.
Sparkman, and was at her home in the Marina district of San Francisco party given by friends at the November 26 at the Camp Blanding Door prizes will be awarded duringthe The Woman's Club will hold their
during the recent earthquake. Luckily, she said, her apartment suffered Western Steer Steakhouse. Mrs. Chapel. Bazaar hours both days accor- regular luncheon meeting In the
very little damage. Daugherty who plans to move to ding to Chairman Laurie Mullins. clubhouse on Wednesday, Nov. 8 at
Some historical facts about the Sparkman and the Wynn (Winn) familieswas Ashtabula,Ohio,was presented witha The bride-elect is a member of the Special items to look for include 12 noon. The program will be
given by Gene Matthews former publisher of the Bradford County pink peignoir ensemble with matching Florida Air National Guard. The the latest in decorated baskets "Public Affairs" with Diann
Telegraph, who showed maps of the areas where the two families lived in slippers as a memento of the groom-to-be is a member of the aprons for all seasons, T-shirts and Douglas Norton In charge. She will
the early days, and also photographs and items from old issues of the occasion.She Florida Army National Guard. sweatshirts In the latest designs, be assisted by her committee of
Gere Johns White,Joella Hardy
paper. was also given farewell wreaths and personalized ornaments
greetings and gifts by those attending. for your Christmas tree. Betty Warren, Maxine Gibson
The famous soup or chili will be of and Eunice Searing.
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Plans Reception- Sunday IBHLOW our JRKCES>> ] !Q .

The Directors of the new First National rounding area.
Bank of Bradford County are The directors of the bank, Guy An-
hosting a reception for Alan Hetzel, drews, Tom Andrews, Bob G.
their president, and his wife Hazel. Ferguson, Dr. Gray Flynn, JamesR.
The reception will be held this Sunday Flynn, Dr. Pete Gianas, W. T.
Nov. 5 from 12.30-2:30: : p.m. at Jackson, Dr. Len Schlofman, SUPER BUY! _
III and Ernie
the Woman's Club on Walnut Streetin Freeman Register
Starke. The public is invited to at Trlest, are giving this reception to
tend. welcome the Hetzels to Starke. The '
The First National Bank buildingis Hetzels are purchasing a home in 2-Head
under construction at Madison Lakewood and are moving here this VHS HQ TABLE MODEL VCR
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...Shannon Lynn Redding ia Roger Karen Redding of Lawtey CARRY
announce the birth of a daughter Hosts Legion Supper -
Shannon Lynn, born Oct. 23 in Auxiliary President Margaret
Jacksonville. She joins one sister, McKinney and the Legion Auxiliary T-120 GE
Marilyn.Maternal. entertained the members of Post No.
grandparents are Mr. & 56 with a supper at the Post Home,
Mrs. Ralph E.Pletcher of Ft.White. Sunday October 22, to show appreciation 6-HOUR
Paternal grandparents are Mr. & for support given the Auxiliary TAPES
Mrs. L.A. Redding of Lawtey. by the Post.Community. '
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daughter, Allison Marie, born Oct. SALEPRICED _
25, in Humana Hospital of Orange NAACP Banquet... $3.99 IM
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sister, Jennifer Lynn. NAACP will be having a banquetthis AT
Maternal grandparents are Mr. & Saturday,Nov.4.at?p.m.at the
Mrs. George W. Loper Jr., and Mr. Starke Woman's Club.The public is or
& Mrs. Ben. Lodeski of Penn- Invited. Tickets are$10.00.

sylvania.Paternal. New Bethel Church...
Mrs. Lawrence grandparents Todd of Starke.are Mr. & New Bethel Baptist Church'will be 45" G.E. TV $7500 FULL-SIZE VHS HQ CAMCORDER
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Inc., is having a gospel sing this p.m. a banquet will be held at BMS
Saturday night, Nov. 4 at 7:30: p.m. gymnasium. $120
Joyful Sound of Homerville, Ga., This convention will.be presentinga _
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Fifth Birthday be held at New Bethel Baptist
Church (corner of Florida & Keller
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I Kids of the Month Named For Brooker, Hampton, Lawtey SchoolsThe Items Of wlches Chili and and three bean souPi 11 sand-be

following students received recognition as "Kid of the Month" from Angela Meng (6),Stephanie DcSue(L'SE), Hope Archey and LuCian Bradley Interest available for lunch.
".' Brooker, Hampton and Lawtey Schools. They were recognized during morning (P.E.> I The bazaar has been for an annual
": school announcements and received a free meal. from McDonald s. They Lawtey Community School... event for the Auxiliary the past
'" three Proceeds are used toSchedules
were chosen by their teacher. Hospital Auxiliary years.
Jordanne Padgett and Cecelia Smith (K), Becky Naylor andarri Wilker- i support their various projects, such
!r Brooker Elementary... son (1), Amanda Crawford (1/2), Candi Marrero and Amanda Bennett ((2) Bazaar as scholarships, equipment for the
tc Rachel Cone (K), Amanda Thomas (1), Chad Thomas ((2), Jason Davis Adam Moore, Amanda Patrick and Carl McKinley (3)), Esther Massey anti, The Bradford Hospital Auxiliary hospital and other projects.has .
((3),Jennifer Lefevers (4), Emily Corbine ((5), Michael Hodge(8)and Renee Brandy Padgett (4), Chris Seeley and Bonnie Cowie ((5), Mikel Gaskins and scheduled a Christmas Bazaar
Tolleson and Jason Davis (P.E.). Greg Baker (6), Scott Konkel and Vickie Carter (7), Raymond Taylor and for Friday, November 10, 9 a.m. to 4
Hampton Elementary... Raymond Taylor ((8)), Amanda Sumner and Dezeree Clark ( and Greg p.m., at the Hospital. THE OFFICE.SHOP
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:.: MRS. LOPEZ'S H.R. Class is studying 1'
First Americans and their
feasts and festivals with several interesting -
,:.'. projects. WHOLE
MRS. LOPEZ'S L.A. Class: Chris,
Brittany Kristin and Chrystal have
been going, to the nursing home
i every Friday. The people who we b
p love to see are Mrs.Annie Kelly,Mr. Lb.I .
r. Ellis Byrd, Mrs. Susie Owens, Mrs. TIPS
r. Eula Mae McRae, Mrs. Tom Dwire SIRLOIN
!! Mrs. Moffitt and Mrs. Smith. Theyare
; so sweet and we enjoy making
them smile.
MRS. DUNCAN'S Kindergarten ,
class has been making tigers, mice I t
I and tacos. They are even making .
Monster Toast for Halloween. 1
MRS. MANGOL's Kindergarten Holly
;.. class has been decorating with fall 'J Fates 6"r I
decorations and will be learning Ode II 1 I Tender
about the "5" senses. L
studying ants and Mrs. YELLOW
Rapp : ,
iF brought in an ant farm.
t: MRS. TETSTONE'S 2nd/3rd I' f/UAR1 ,,

II': Grade has been writing rhymes and 1 1 L d
f made little books this month to share
i with their parents. Mr. & Mrs. Ed T
Van Camp brought homemade ice
: cream and toppings to the class Oct. 49 9 cca.
i 4. Christy Vargo (Rachael Bunker's f,4 :) \
; mother) accompanied our class to tiuM 39 !
: the movie Peter Pan. We are study- 2 Liter
: ing names and what they mean. We .
made star mobiles to show the
Coca Cola
child's name, origin, meaning bir- Pabst Pabst Lt
thplace, weight, length and bir- ,
thdate. Our 'Kid of the Month' was
Justin 'Sam' Murray. Pabst X-Lt, Pabst Draft Classic
SECOND GRADE class has been
studying about dinosaurs and even
stew.We are keep. e
ing journals this year in which we 1
make weekly entries about 95c
something we would like to ;
remember. These pages will be put $ 1
into a book at the end of the year.We
Diet Coke
have two interns from the Univ. of ,
North Florida-Ms. Robin Davis is Caffeine Free Diet Coke
I II. working with Mrs.Tougaw and Miss 2 Liter Diet Sprite
;". Karen Reddish() is with Mrs. Sprite .. .. . ... 1.09
Neighbor's class. ,
... MS. REDDISH's Third grade

.;, presented bus Heather? on Patton a Oct.play,12.'But with Narrator Why Johnny Colum-was Oc- :: 1 DJ': : .' :EXTRA:, :,lOP.R1G.E.S"' ,, : : ", ,EVERYDAY, :

tober played by Karl Sembroskl, ,. .
Pamela was Lane Tougaw, Mrs. .a.II""U JOIlu HO" .d JIUQ4(
; Grady was Melissa Pusateri and 4.4 Oz. Uncle's Ben's ,10 Pack 6.75 OZ.I'dto.
f': Mrs. Wormer was Kristin Groves. 24 Ounce 18 Ounce Smooth
: Congratulations to Lane Tougaw Broccoli Au GratinCOUNTRY Cherry and Fruit Punch

and Josh Davis for making A-Plus
E i on ALL their spelling tests the first WESSONOIL PETER PAN INN CAPRI SUN
six week. Our 'Kid of the Month'was


r Nov. 13-17 called "Ready Set
Read". Each class is choosing a

i up favorite a real story pumpkin character,box pumpkin and dress or a '
pumpkin drawing as that character. $129 89 $169
There may be individual entries .
also. Please bring all entries to the _
library on Friday, Nov. 10.They will
be on display and announcementsNov. _

DAR, Elbert Chapter 24 Count Family Size 12 Ounce 2 Oz. McCormick 18.25 Oz. YelllowButterTETLEY


Col. Samuel Elbert Chapter of
the NSDAR will meet at 2 p.m. on CAKE MIXES991tA
Monday, Nov. 6 at the home of Mrs. TEA BAGS CHEESE NAT. TOPPING

Robert Reitinger,6754 Bedford Lake .

Road in program Keystone.The will. be on Resolutions .Bu.y"loQ.(' ;

and Amendments by Mrs. <:

Reitinger.Hope Baptist Plans $149 ::(Gel: :,One' :iRJEl I i.79. .

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November 5-8, with guest speaker RED ; ,
Dr. Roger % MEDAL or
International Evangelist .
Buy flavor of
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a.m., followed by 11 a.m. worship! l- : _.' At the checkout when I flavor of Oatmeal Swirlers I I *

service service.and Evening the 7:15 services evening worship will be 7 Ounce Elbow Macaroni, I 'tea ((40 you oz.buy or Bisqulck-larger) I FREE at the checkout.LongfThln .

held Monday through Wednesday at Spaghetti, Vermicelli tracer PIMM MlM I a..orP1.'d': '
7:30 nightly. your wail'pnc' I in your Malpntl ..
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gravy, mustard greens, fruit jello cornbread 14 Oz. Salti l lo/14 Oz. .
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I: Hampton Hilites By Dolores Meng, phone 4BS-I9I5! IE

Congratulations... I I
ing to the in India
poor and Nepal. do in the children's raffle was won
Best wishes to Christopher Meng Dunn gthe month of October he by Steven Dennis. Britanie Sorensonof
Landa Koistenen who were married traveled
extensively throughout the Gainesville won the TV; the
Oct.n., They honeymooned In U.S., visiting relatives and friendsas microwave was won by Johnny
Savannah and now live on Epperson well as conducting mission
Williams of
St. In Starke.On ap- Hampton; the cell
peals. ing fan was won by Judy Dukes of I
Thursday evening, Oct. 27, On Monday evening, Father Starke.
Chris' parents, Fran and Dolores Eugene offered Mass at the Fran
Meng,hosted the rehearsal dinner in Meng home for relatives and close Helicopter Lands...
their honor. friends. This was followed by a din- On Oct. 24 children and faculty
t" ner In his honor.Hampton were thrilled by the landing of the
t Black Hawk helicopter from
Father Watrln Visits... Jacksonville's Naval base. Children I
,' l< On Monday and Tuesday, Father Elementary were permitted to board the copter,
Eugene Watrln, a Jesuit Missionary Honor Roll view the instrument panel and were
in Nepal, visited his cousins and The name of Karrie Lee, a third given a guided tour of this flying
families, Fran and Paul Meng. He grader, was inadvertantly omitted machine.
was accompanied on the trip by his from last week's honor roll list. She This visit was in conjunction with
sister and brother-in-law Helen and made all A's and B'sl the Drug-Free Program being promoted I
Bill Klohe of Cincinnati. Ohio. in the school. Teachers

Father Eugene celebrated his Halloween Carnival... selected to enjoy a ride in the
helicopter were Principal Mary Ann
Golden Jubilee Jesuit in 'I
as a
The carnival i
was enjoyed by Kyle, Special Ed Teacher Alice
Ohio 24. He has
Dayton the on Sept. minister- many and was a successful project. Faye Waters, Edith Shaw,3rd grade
rA spent past fifty years Prize winners included: the Ninten- teacher and 2nd grade teacher Lynn

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Starke Junior Womans Club Members.00 I

Members of the, Starke Junior Womans Club are pic- Middle row: Susan Crawford Norma Donn, Tracie
., tured above, (I Ito 1'): Starling, Susan Jackson, Cathy Wooley. [
Front Row: Beckie Jones Tammy Clemons, Lorna Back row: Tracy Wells Tammy Jo Tatum, Tammy I
Reddish, Susan Faulkner. Baldree, Nancy Thomas, Cleo ..:ltler.I r :

I Junior Womans Club Plans Fall ScheduleThe I

Junior Woman's Club of Project): School Aid-Lets Invest in They're also planning
.Starke is going into their fall Our kids!, at the fourth annual community projects for Thanksgiving special-
schedule with a full agenda and all Starke Festival of the Arts, at their and Christmastime.
wheels in motion. "No-Charge" Haunted House for So look out for the Junior Women .
You'll see them in the schoofsystem Children and selling "Goblin Pie" and watch them strive to fulfill the -

promoting their C.I.P. (Pizza) and "Witches Brew" in the last words of the Junior Collect UMW Bazaar Set... The annual event provides great fellowship as well
(Community Improvement food garden area at the Arts which say, "Let us strive to make a as providing a money making opportunity for the
Festival. difference not merely to exist." United Methodist Women put finishing touches on organization. The latest crafts Items, home baked
Donations RequestedFor Bazaar Items as the scheduled dates, Nov. 15 and 16, goods and decorating Ideas will please even the most
approach. discriminating shopper.Left .
Griffis FamilyLast Lawtey School NewsA to right Joy Norman Oleeta llardenbrook,
Carolyn Eaves Chairman Laurie Mullins Nancy
week The
Telegraph reportedthat Robe.t s an d D e bb y A n d e:son represent t'o membership -
the home of Mr. & Mrs. Louis Partners For Success luncheon out by 9 p.m. The PTO sponsored 19 Chinese auction to raise money for who have already spent many hours; on the pro
Griffis on SR 100 near Griffis Loop will be held Nov. 9 at the Lawtey different booths with the lower purchasing books for the school. ject.
burned Oct. 24 in the early hours of Community School cafeteria at 11:30: grades housing their booths on the The FF A from BHS ran the I
the morning.The a.m. The luncheon is open to the south end of campus. The haunted
fire destroyed not only their public and adult plates will be $2.00. house was stationed in a 58 by 22 por- The Ebenezer Baptist Fellowship Service Nov. 3
hayride. from that
home and produce stand, but all of J The purpose of the the functions is table and was a great success. Next young men
their belongings.This to increase the involvement of the year the haunted house is planned to from program the brought the school tractor The Heroines of Jericho, Ruth pastor. The masonic family and all
FFA farm and drove all
is an extremely bad time of community and businesses in educa- be open several nights. Court 18, will be sponsoring a Christian friends have been invitedto
the year to have such an overwhelming tion, as the children of today are students.night giving A hayrldes to the "Fellowship Service" on Friday, attend this fellowhip service.
disaster occur, since the their employees and producers of The PTO would like to thank Mr. Greg Alvarez special for thanks goes with to Nov. 3 at 7:30: p.m. at Ebenezer Bap- Please make plans to be there to I
holidays are upcoming, and family tomorrow.The everyone involved, especially the this. helping tist Church, Rev. O. E. Harris, help us "Lift up the name of the
celebrations depend so much on the scheduled speaker will be Mr. cooks and servers of the fish dinner. Lord".
well-being of loved ones. Jim Lewis from the Vo-Tech Center The dinner is a tradition of more Sheriff Ethredge and Deputy Pat
nwip_--vyim keeping with our community's .and there'will be representatives-"than> 50 years with about 30 cooks Henry were available alt night including
;I spirit of caring and concern for one from various businesses. and servers involved. No where else
the Fun
,-. escorting deposit. Need An Electrician?.. .
another; donations of all types of 'J, ,It't > could a meal of fish, Mr. Herndon's was also had dunking Deputy Henryin a.-
+ household goods, furnishings, hush puppies, french fries, coleslaw the dunking booth. WAINWRIGHT
{ clothing, food,and anything of use in LCS Halloween and Mrs. Wise's baked beansbe call DA

setting up. a new home are being re- Carnival Bigger had for $3.50. There will be two Again to all involved in the car .36 Yrs. Ephrfence'Ail Types Electrical Work
quested.Mr. serving lines next 782-1077 Single& >1y Priced Work
& Mrs. Griffis' daughters, Than Ever year. nival, thank you for your support.We .

Mrs. Arlene Irons and Mrs. Yvonne Lawtey Community School held its Ken Perez's square dance class In- look are forward planning to seeing for next you year then., Our and I
Bobbins can be contacted to make annual Halloween carnival this past vited different groups and held a planning meeting is this Thursday
arrangements for any contributionsto Saturday. The largest crowd ever square dance during the carnival. night at 7:30 In the administrativearea
be received. The phone numbersare was reported. The smoked and fried The western dressed dancers per- of the school. All interested
964-2258 for Mrs. Irons, and mullet dinner was excellent and sold formed all night and then held a parties are invited to attend. I .
964-3779 for Mrs. Robbins. ,
It will soon be the season for giv-
ing thanks,joy and good will toward y
all. This is an opportunity to express qt{ ti+r yC
those feelings by helping to alleviatethe
distress this misfortune has
caused the Griffis family
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American Legion Donates To Ministerial Alliance II
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ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. The American Legion, Post No.56, with the work or the EcumenCouncil ca
TERENCE M.BROWN;P.A. and who work at the Food
I hosted members of the Starke-
: STARKE FLORIDA By: DARLA JEAN CHRISTOPHER Bradford County Ministerial Pantry. '
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the pro- Control 249 Post Office) Drawer 40 Alliance at a luncheon at the Post "'The'food pantry is not owned|I by
Florida 32091 "Ana
Stork, Patton said,
whet title
hereinafter ftchg 11/2 Home on Edwards Road, Friday, anyone church, it
appear, will be considered October hunger Is not a religious concern,
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I for emergency enactment on the 7th day Post Commander Al Rodrigue is a concern of all of us."

NOTICE OF ACTION YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a copy of of November 1989 at the City Commission presented a check for $1,000 to Rev. will feed the hungry, and we
BEFORE THE BOARD OF CONSTRUCTION your written defenses If any. to tho action meeting commencing at 7:30 p.m.
Fatten First
on the Plaintiff's attorney, whose In the City Hall, 209 N.Thompson Street Chamber of Commerce Jerry PresbyterianChurch will do It in the name of humanity,
address Stark, Florida. A of said ordinancemay President of the Ministerial for 'God and Country"1 as a Legion
name copy Mixer Held Oct. 24
IN RE The llcnt to of Con-
: practice Alliance, on behalf of the Post. concluded.
be member of the Patton
CHRISTOPHER. Post Office Drawer 40 Inspected by any tenet prescribes,
I trucllon ofGEORGE Starke Florida 32091 on or before $7 public at the office of the City Clerk In The Chamber of Commerce held Other members of the Alliance attending

HOLIDAY November, 1989, and file the original the City Hall Stark, Florida. On the its monthly mixer at Griffis & Sons were Rev. Dwight McQueen,
d/b/a Holiday S Son Const. with the Clerk of this Court, either first above-mentioned dote all Interested Fiberglass Works last Tuesday, Oct. First Methodist Church; Rev. Henry
1225 Tom Hall Street before service on the Plaintiff's attorneyor parties may appear and be 24 from 5-6 p.m. McKinney, Madison Street Baptist October BPW Club

Stark, Florin 32091 Immediately thereafter; otherwise a heard with respect to this proposed Or. Assorted finger foods were served Church and Rev. Fr. Bill Hochheim, Meeting HeldThe
CASE NO. 0106786 |uHiment will be entered for the relief dinance.AN and Mrs. Brenda Griffis was St. Edwards Catholic Church.
LICENSE NO. RB 0017956 d n-andsd In the Complaint. ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR assisted by Linda Kaye Johns of "We could have mailed you this Business and Professional
I The Department of Profeitlonol WITNESS My hand and official sent of FLOOD DAMAGE PREVENTION WITH Starke and Mrs. Zeta Shuford of check for 25 cents, but we wanted to Woman's Club held their October
Regulation has filed an Admlnlftrative this Court on this 23rd day of October THE CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA; Lawtey. bring us together so that we can meeting at the Bradford Family

Complaint against you, a copy of which 1989. REGULATING PERMITTING AND CON Drawings were held for two door thank you for some of the things you Restaurant on 301 last month.
I may be obtained by contacting Attorn.y RAY NORMAN STRUCTION WITHIN FLOOD HAZARD do for our community" the Com- The speaker was Anita Rink, executive -
I prizes which were won by Mr. Jimmy
Ray Shope, 1940 N. Monro. Street CLERK OF TH COURTBy BOUNDARY AREAS; PROVIDING FOR mander said. "I also would like to director of the Starke
Alvarez and Mr. Bill Marchese.
Tallohanee, Florida 32399-0782 ((904) Carol Williams Clerk PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION; PROVIDING think, after reaching (to the unfor- Chamber of Commerce, who outlined

488-0062. 10/26.11/16 Deputy tunate victims of Hurricane Hugo) some of the goals and activities of

If r"' contact has been mad. by you 4tchg in South Carolina, we have arms The Chamber.
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concerning the above by November 16, long enough to reach our brothers in The next meeting is scheduled for

I 1989 the matter of the Administrative PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE the religious community across Nov. 21 at the Bradford Family

Complaint will be presented at on ensuing REQUEST FOR BIDS Bradford County," the Commander Restaurant at 6:30: p.m. for dinner,

meeting of the Board of ConstructionIn The School Board of Bradford County 2nd PUBLIC HEARING NOTICEThe continued.Rev. and 7 p.m. for the meeting.

I an Informal proceedings. will sell six school buses on a SEALEDBID Patton expressed his ap-
10/12 4tchg 1102 BASIS. Bids will be accepted until City of lawtey Is applying to the) Florida Department ol preciation to all the community

Control No. 217: PO No. 31547 VOO p.m. on Thursday, November 16 Community Affairs (DCA) for a grant under the Housing categoryIn churches and members who assist

1989 at which time bids will be openedand the amount of 425000.00, under the Small Cities Community

NOTICE OF REGISTER INTENTIONTO You awarded may see to the these HIGHEST buses BIDDER.a* the Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program. For each activity thatIs Great American Smokeout Set for November 16 I

FICTITIOUS NAM Operations Center 519 N. Orange proposed, at (least 60% of the funds mutt benefit low and and advisor to

I l Pursuant to Section B65.09, Florida Street, Starke, Monday through Friday moderate) Income persons. The activities, dollar amount and The American Cancer Society Invites respiratory American specialist Lung Association.
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the from 8.30 a.m. until 3:30: p.m. each day. all smokers to join the Great
undersigned, J. H. or JAMES H. RAULER- These buses are sold as la, and must be estimated percentage benefit to low and moderate income per American Smokeout on Thursday, "Unfortunately, when ling cancer

SON. Route 4, Box 1555, Stark.. Florida removed within five ((5)) working days sons for which the City of Lawtey Is applying are: November 16. finally shows up on a chest X-ray,
I 32091 sole owner, doing business under after bids are awarded. Millions of smokers across the death, for most patients" is less than

the firm name of WRANGLER EQUIP. 2tchg 11/2-9 ,country will take a break and try not five years away.
EQUIPMENT Control 245 : For those who must see to believe
MENT CO., or 24
'to smoke for 24 hours. Once the
Route 4, Box 1555, Starke, Florida 32091, 039a Temporary Relocation..S 14,400.00 100( % hours are why not continue not there's a new test calledLungCheck

Intends to register said fictitious name NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 039c Demolition Relocation..S 100% smoking on up\and on and on. that smokers can take

under the aforesaid statute. FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME 051 Rehabilitation . . . .71464.00 100% A few tips from the cancer society at home. It analyzes the effects of irritants -
I 1989
Dated this 17th doy of on the lungs, gives smokersthe
: hide all ashtrays, lay in a supplyof
In Bradford County. Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida status of their pulmonary health f
Statutes, notice Is that the sugarless gum, carrot sticks or
4tpd 1019.119 hereby given NORTHSIDE TARGET AREA: and even shows them a color photoof

Control 239 Route undersigned 2, Box,1299 HAROLD Starke T. WADSWORTH Florida 32091 0390 T.mporaryR.location. . . .$ 11,200.00 100% fruit refrain for from munching coffee,drink or alcohol.liquids Tell but how their lung cells look as com-

. . 100% pared to normal ones. The good
sole owner, doing business' under the 039c Demoliton Relocation $116,000.00 everyone that you are quitting for

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO firm name of T S M MECHANICAL 051 Rehabilitation . . . .28586.00 100% the day, but when the urge to smoke news is that, for many people, even
REGISTER MAINT. t FABRICATION, Route 2. Box hits, take a deep breath and hold it up to the point where pre-cancerous
FICTITIOUS NAME 1299 Starke Florida 32091, Intends to for ten seconds then release it slow- cells are detected, lung cell
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida register said fictitious name under the OUTSIDE TARGET AREA: deterioration can be stopped and
Exercise to release tension. Try
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the aforesaid statute. C39a Temporary Relocation . . .$ 1,600.00 100% ly.the and ask a even reversed, if the smoker quits.
undersigied. ROYCE E. ADAMS P. O. Dated this 26th day of October 1989 039c Demolition Relocation..S 23,200.00 100% friend"buddy to quit too.system, Those using the LungCheck test,
Starke, Florida 32091 sole
Box 404. In Bradford County. simply breathe deeply during their
Its secret that smoking causes
business under the firm no
owner, doing 4lpd' 11/2-23 couth and
morinig shower, expec-
MUSIC lung cancer which is on the rise andis
torate into a specially
SHOP, 132 E. Call Street, Stark., Florida Administration . . . . . .$ 63,750.00 N/A taking the lives of as many as tainer, which they close and mail,
said each most of them
32091, Intends to register fictitious 150,000 year,
name under the aforesaid statute. smokers. postage prepaid, to the CytoSciences

Dated this 24th day of October 1989, The City of Lawtey plans to minimize the displacement of persons "Many smokers need concrete laboratory. Through sputum sampl-

In Bradford County. as a result of planned CDBG funded activities In the following evidence that smoking has already ing and analyuxix, the lab measures
41pd 10/26.11/16 their beforethey'll seven levels of the lung's response
damaged own lungs
of will result from
manner; no permanent displacement persons irritation
take serious steps to quit,
these activities.If For information on LungCheck,
Dr. Charles Mittman
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD any persons are displaced as a result of these planned activities call CytoSciences, toll free, ((800))

FORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. the City of Lawtey will assist such persons In the following 433-8278.

CASE NO.B9.149.CA of will result from
GARFIE JOE LOVELACE, manner; no permanent displacement persons

Plaintiff About half as much hot water Is these activities.A .

va used In the average shower as in public hearing to provide citizens an opportunity to commenton Distribution Dates Set
USDA Commodity
DAVID EARL COX. the average bath. the application will be held In City Hall on November 6, 1989, at
JOHNNIE LEE LATSON and Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc., announces the following dates
7:00 p.m. A copy of the application will be available for review at and In-
PRITCHETT TRUCKING distribution of USDA commodities. Qualifications guidelines
Defendants. .SCHURCH City Hall on Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 and for come eligibility scale information may be obtained from the Suwannee

NOTICE OF ACTION 5:00 p.m. The application will be submitted to the State on River Economic Council, Inc. ** V

;assigns TO: DAVID'U-M EARL COX his-..heirs..._.. and-Z OF GOD November 14, 1989. To obtain additional Information concerning 1 Commodities must be picked up only at the site designated on either

*"Addrsss Unknown 422 N.St.Clair 964-5445 the application and the public hearing, contact Ms. Queen Robin You must present your current card to receive commodities. You or

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action John Sprotlin, Pastor son, City of Lawtey, P. O. Drawer G, Lawtey, FL. 32058, telephone of two designated alternates may pick follows up the commodities.
and dates :
Distribution site are as
has been filed In
ford County In the against above-styled you Court. We Invite you to worship with us ((904)) 7823454. NOV. 6-12: STARKE: SREC Outreach Center 134 E. South Street, 9:00
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You are further notified'that In said action Attended Nursery a.m.-4 p.m.
the Plaintiff Is requesting that the SUTldtW School .WH>_. 10 ant Uchg 11 12 Flour, peanut butter, butter and canned pork will be distributed this

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Court award monetary damages for Injuries Morning Wonhlp 11 un month.
Service .. ... ._...._. 6 in.
sustained In an automobile acci Evening ? ?? pm Please bring box or bag to put your commodities
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Eyeglass Store .: SERVICE
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Your complete Buy Here Pay Here your regularly
: 987 N.. Temple Ave:
1320 N.Temple Ave.
eyeglass center l 864-N.Temple 94-7061 9646111Lewis

103 Edwards Rd. 964-8588 9647783Jones t : _

Funeral Home \ DENMARK FURNITURE Timber Co.
STARKE Distinguised, Caring Service It's a fact, you cart do Hwy 301 S. e P.D.Box 207We

rebuild starters,alternators For Over 50 Years i 'If( better at Denmark's Starke

Generators Steve and Cindy Futch ; reivniMlbUltyt, ,


emp. Keystone Heights 473-3176 rear our children pnntdlng
but make Important
and development
dccMon* dial can have lanllng Impact onIhclrlna. Lamp Jesus MinistriesCnftf WARD
Specializing in : State Bank ;; -. One TltaJ dcdokio eoneern their opportunny tt cant g ars e. AUTO SALVAGE.

OLD FASHIONED SODA of, Starke for in....rtluaJ.-1II.. land .he,. fcllh JI...e and McMag freedom to Kjyiton Locatadalf100St lak right on: 24th ward Av.:- w.Boy lank fc Salvageable: Car

FOUNTAIN SERVICEL. Horn.Owned Klcver fart offcmlly life thatporcaia "follow rim.Bvae .
.a Only fl .s. But H to a Hwy 301-3 MI N of Starke
Independent Bank a decide whether or not to euIiKauttheir 1164-7t0ll.
"'- 1 children'* moral and ,cllila.. All Nature Sings Jesus" 9647345"NORTON
811 S.Walnut 964-7830 '
127 E. Call St 964-7810

ORTON'S AUTO ANDTRANSMISSION CHINA GARDEN nunlty arc eager' u nd>hcJp oyiumaRuc*"*c'" EPPS MOTORS ';; 1tllCOMMU_ It1\1ONS

SERVICE ,: Restaurant& Lounge PlanningThe and character aryrx.rchlldntrrAd' ... .t'...n.Iecwft r Zr _
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Mosley Tire Co. NOEGEL'S AUTO TIRES &; Allen's Office Supplies KIST WESTERN STEER FAMILY

US 301 N.'Starke SALES SERVICE and Printing Company HorMTkck WaaternWeerFvtillur : '
sHci.Farm SupplU ; From. an oft a Neater. Steer.
Tire &Auto i
964-6600.' I WcnHpthiiwtektiut every week ; Complete Rtptin Shop .Art SuppIIa *Cuatom framing 2226; N.Temple Avenue I 'us 301 South.
24 HR-Wrecker Service'a'the dutrA ofyourchoia' 4o2ri LTompie-HW" tJ. a Pricing Offib*Suppli** '964-7871 964-8061

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| FLORIDA NATIONAL NAPAAUTO .l rerwillegar Motors, Inc:. CROSLEY ," :IIaIaIa1Insurance'::::xa-' ..

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"BANK'> ; PARTS STORE .Sales &: Service'" MANUFACTURING 440YY.M .dUon', ,.J \1jlA.moy,OC' '

Officers Directors & A1ltJwiJ:: =:'t1lltJw 206 W.Madison & US 301 *' CORPORATION "cWtM'-, :,
: : nark-964-7200 ,. *Stopping. Center) : Acc tis \\n Care Center]
Staff i 155\' .Browtder Rd. 964-6060 SR 21.Keyiton*Height Mark Mulliro &: Employees 964-4695' le; 964-8018 .

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football Bishop club Kenny with 1-6 some, Is a scrappy i Coach ljurse. 155-12, was the quarterback: Joey in blocking situations. Brian Kenny offensive linemen:'Center ton, No.,$la- W, '160-12, and Eric
good individual Is a wishbone
Kenny mainly option
Dykes No. 20, has also played Meehan,No.43,is listed at right half
Players says Bradford football team with some I-formation quarterback.The Dean White No. 62. 5-11 200-11. a Lear No. si,62, 20041. .
Coach David Hurse as he prepares thrown in. The Crusaders will on BHS scouting report. solid center who also inapt lorpunts. 'Tavartta passe* an 1) a hitch to
probably wishbone fullback
hit Tornadoes by Meehan the quarterback against Guards: John Quinn No. 60, th the Oat
to battle *ipUt I III ; 2)
the throw
IS times Coach Hurse BHS (
scouts Is George Albert No.38. Flagler is a better and across
Crusaders at 7:30 p.m.Friday Nov. predicts. 5-7 runner 5-11,180-12, and John Kapernak,No. -,.slahttt. ttowidcxMt coming ;
3, in Jacksonville. Brian Meehan No. 43, H. 17012quarterbacked blocker., 170-12, a hard runner and good passer BHS scouts say.QB Mattox. 72,6-1,210-12.The guards pull on the. .)to OM right half,No.43,in the flat,
At left halt is Onzlo Holmes No. 13, the option andthrows
runs best ,
The Crusaders young and Inex- againstFlagler crossbuck and kick out the defensive- 'and 4) and out pattern to the tight
No. 30, 54,164-11, short and stocky short best. If Meehan plays ends. Tackles Alex No.75
perienced Just haven't been able to : Fournil end. No.a.
Palm Coast last week. Until and hard
a runner. Kevin Hewett. quarterback, It takes the best
put It together this sea nn, says then Sean Mattox, No. 13, 5-10, No.20,H.145-11.also plays left half Crusader receiver. away 71.5-11.6-2 185-12, 245-10.and Ends Shawn: Tommy HarperJ..No.>SUn-: See Pep 104.v


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1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees 3)) In case of ties we will use the total points
1 MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE and their immediate families are welcome to scored In the Bradford High School game mach
"Old Fashioned Personal Service" enter but there is a limit to one entry per week (except the Tornadoes open week In that
GENERIC DRUGS AVAILABLE person each week. case, we will.use the Gator game) as a tiebreaker.
WORKER'S COMPENSATION 2)) The entry must be on an official blank Please fill In the points you think will be scored
We Honor Most Insurance Cards from the TELEGRAPH and must be dropped by the Tornadoes (Gators) and their opponent
40 Russell Stover Candy Hallmark Cards off at the TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. combined in the tiebreaker blank. For Instance.COMPuTitlZ .v
Fountain& each Friday afternoon. Fill In all the blanks If the score In the Tornado game was Tornadoes
PHARMACY with either the name of the team you think 19. Opponents 7, the correct score was. 26
BUFFALO VS ATLANTA will win or "tie" If you think the game will points.
SINCE 1905 end In a tie. The person who picks the most 4)) All decisions of the Judges will be final. A
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c: STARKE 964-7810 names right will win the top prize. second tiebreaker will be used if nece $ary.

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I Tornadoes Overpower PaxonTornado I

I griddera overpowered At half time, Coach David- Hurse Tornado drive was a 17 yard the run In-by
r. Jenkins on
... underdog Paxon High 31-0 on a wet talked to his team about its wingback Keith RB Reed had runs of 2
football field in Jacksonville last lackluster performance.In side reverse. the TD from
V Friday night, Oct. 27. the second half, the Tornado and 9 yards and
t ;. \ Bradford High went to 6-1 on the grldders, moving with purpose, 'AI-yards out. fourth
) a
I 1 t' season and 4-1 in District 3-3A stan scored on their first three possession BUS was on the move Travis Long V
I94 1 backup QB
*. time but
dings. Paxon dropped to 1- recover-
,,'j About 100 Bradford fans made the After a 62 yard drive, aided by a dropped the football, Paxon
; trip,and the fans were fortunate not 15-yard face mask penalty: quarterback ing.
,. to get rained on. It rained all around Reggie Sheffield got the first
: ( and rained on the Paxon High field a second half score from ft-yards out ------7 I 7 II
I ; little before the game. It was the with 8:16: remaining in the third Patron Bradford High'High 0 0 0 0 a
\.. \. host school's homecoming.The BHS period.A .---- -.--- BH' Bokor
:'i"iJ" 'I band did not make the trip because it bobbled Paxon punt which Tor- *
) ,S. had district contest Saturday.It nado linebacker Keith Jenkins took Pint Downs 27-137 **n
i was 10-0 at the half, the points away from the punter and six yards Ruining Pining Y Vodl.rdl B
to the Paxon 10 set the next Tornado 1-10.1
: '-r coming on a pass interception which up PC-PA-PS 1-'-"
cornerback Lance Wiggns returned TD which came just three Puntl 0 00 ..n.. .
I : 32 yards for a touchdown, and a minutes )later. Running back Clint PumbIas-IO.I I-I.. .
27-yard field goal by Donnie Fran- Reed got the TD from six yards out. p.naltl.i-yirdt 4 .0 SOP
I cis. BHS was stymied by turnovers, Paxon kept the football for 18 Scoring. untmiryi '
I a pass interception and a fumble, In the fourth period. Paxonshitted 1)) Sr.dtord MlgnCorn.rb.cH Inttrwptlon 810, Donna.
rtturn ol P'"
and drove 79 yards to the Paxon one Into an I-formation for a kick.
yard line but could not get into the fourth down pass but Tornado defen- Francis I) BradfordDonnl' ,ronc''". lJ.yord field
endzone. Paxon has some big and sive end Chris Dinkins smelled it
in District. gool.
Seeded Team ..
Top tough players and down near the coming and threw the Paxon a) BradfordOB Rtggl ShcMfltld, .la-yo'
The Bradford High Varsity Volleyball team Is the Loytoyla Sims, Kendra Butler, Annette Simmons, goal, where the blocking is straight quarterback for a 22-yard loss, backto run. EPi Francis, kick.
I No. 1 seed In the District 5-3A Volleyball tournament Eyvette Covlngton Hila Slcplicny Monilui Williams, ahead, the Golden Eagles made the the BHS 43. 4) BradfordRB Clint laid, 1 yard run. BPl
taking place at Buchholl In Gainesville. Aurllla Williams,Tequila Hunter und !l.a'l'aru Jackson. going tough. Bit play on the following 57 vard Donna Princm. kick..
The girls first game will be at 6 p.m. this evening, Several of the girls have moved up from Junior Var.
Thursday, Nov. 1. sity to give more depth to the team going Into the tour.
Members of the team are (Ito r): Lautara Slocum nament. Bishop Kenny. .. lromf.v I IMost

Team Finishes 101By used Crusader running sive ends are up closer to the line of Kapernak, No. 72, who also plays of-
Volleyball plays: 1)a power dive at tackle with scrimmage.It fensive tackle, and Jimmy Dolan,
V ., blockers ahead; 2) the fullback dive, helps against the runs but gives No. 61, 6--, 20012.
I I with the other two backs faking in some to the passing game of the op- Middle linebackers, and team'sbest
Joe CissyBCT the teams having split in regular Ann tt*Simmon 1 0 the opposite direction; 3) the right ponent. Both ends are aggressive hitters are Joe Thomas, No. 32,
each winning on the Aurlllo Will...... I 0 1 dig. 1 kill No. 5-10 180-11 and Tommy Stantion,
Staff Writer season play, half 43, over left tackle, with a and come across hard. ,
their last regular season other's home court. Starke won over Tournament Preview... fake to the right by the fullback and The six down linemen: Ends: Jim- No., 81, end on offense.
I Winning easily, 15-7, 15-11 at Ocala the Bobcats in Gainesville in two In first round play yesterday left half, and 4)) the end sweep to my Tarle, No. 31, 6-0, 180-11, and Cornerbacks: Brian Meehan, No.
game Forest, Thursday, Oct. 27, the Brad- hard fought games, 1S-14,15-12, and (Wednesday, Nov. 1) the Tornado either side. John Quinn, No. 60 who also plays 43, the quarterback halfback, and
another hard fought Tackles Kevin Hewitt No. 20, 5-9, 145-11, a
ford High girls varsity volleyballteam lost at home in team was let bye with no opponent.In offensive guard. : Danny ,
finished the season leading contest, 10-15, 15-8, 7-15, breaking a the semifinals at 6 today The Defense... Campbell, No. 65, 6-1, 205-11, and quarterback, too. Free safety is
wining streak.Starke's p.m. Alex Fournil, No. 75, who also plays Donny Pardue, No. 42, 5-9, 165-12,
District 5-3A with a 10-1 record and a 14 game (Thursday, Nov. 2) at 6 p.m. the Tornadoes Kenny uses a defense very similarto
only other loss was to offensive tackle. Guards: John also the team punter. _
I 15-2 overall record. will meet the winner of the the Tornadoes, except the defen
Gainesville High (10-2, 21-5)), Dist. Santa Fe, 15-7, 11-15, 13-15, which North Marion vs. Vanguard match,
second ,
5-3A champion for the three past was avenged at a meeting and Friday, Nov. 3, the championship -
years, Is the second seed. 15-1, 1512. game will be played at 6 p.m.
The Tornado girls have won twice .r.at.. The opposing team in the cham-
over GHS in regular season mat- IHS vi. pionship tilt will be the winners of a
Pl.y.r P 0'''' Aco
ches. K.i4ni.?.... f > OCTOI C... semifinal game between the winnersof
The tournament will be played at Ins,.., GHS vs. Forest and Buchholz vs. g 4- t i t
Buchholz in Gainesville. Buchholz f 1 kill. Eastside. It could very well come
(17-12) the number three seed, UTmtackiM Hit......._, 4 I 5 3M 4 kills down to another Tornado vs. Bobcat
handed Starke its only district loss, .,lk.WlII..,,, 0 1 kill. battle in a two games of three finale.

I 3-Way Tie Could Result in FootballIf JIMMY

Bradford High,Baker High, and Baker had wo'n, Santa Fe would Generals would tie for the title. STRICKLANDSAYS
Santa Fe High win all the rest of have had two district losses and Or, if Lee and Eastside each win -I
their district football games, the Baker would lead the district by virtue the rest of their district games, and
three would end the season in a three of its head-to-head win over the three leaders each win all
way tie for the Dist. 3-3A title. Bradford. Barring an upset Baker district games not involving Expect the Best.
The keyLee High of Jacksonville, would have become district cham- Eastside, the district would end in a
pions. five-way tie, with all teams 42.SIXTEEN .
which still has to play both Santa Fe
and Baker High. 'If, right now, is However, Santa Fe ran the foot-
the key word.If ball 59 times for 263 yards and DIITNICT I.IAII Up To 48 MoFinancing
Lee beats Baker High (6-1, 3-1)) weathered a second half Baker passIng 01.1,1. '
w L W Laak. 1
and Santa Fe (5-2,3-1), Baker would attack to win 1512.Baker's .. County 3 I 6 1 p On _
be the district champion because of loss also kept Jackson- .ad'a.d' 3 1 6 I ISanta'o :, r
its head-to-head win over Bradford ville Lee and Gainesville Eastside in 3 1 7 2 Selected Models
High.If the race. If Lee wins its final three Ea..ld. 3 2 4 4 .
Baker loses to Lee, Bradford games against Santa Fe, Baker Jack.anvill.L.. I 2 3 4
High would win the distict title. County, and Nassau High, and Fo..a.dlna MOCK 1 2 2 S .-' .' ,,,"-\.- .h.. ,..., -*
Eastslde beats Bradford, the J..koonvlI.Po Best scenario for Bradford: for ; !
Santa Fe to beat Lee and for Lee to
beat Baker.
This week, by virtue of having Special Feature 1989 Dodge D-350
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won three straight, is on a roll, and -----=:;
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nado Coach David Hurse.
1989 may be remembered for what / seiD&
could have been by most Dist. 3-3A V
leaders, depending on how the re- L .. V
maining games go. Baker, Brad-
ford, and Santa Fe each had a '- _-
chance to gain control of the district, _

Bradford games.took temporary com-

mand of the district Oct. 13 with a
21-0 win over Santa Fe. The Tor-
nadoes left that game with a 6-0 1989 Colt 1990 Dodge Ram Charger
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The Tornado euphoria lasted just Was $7453 ,
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Baker High beat Bradford 14-7 the $6,499
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largest crowd of the season at Brad-
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High in Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m. Was .

tomorrow night (Friday, Nov. 3). _
Blahop Kenny 1-6, is better than
Paxon, says Coach David Hurse.
Following three straight home
games 'Tornado gridders will be
back on the road for the second
straight week. It Is not a District Super Shrimp Platter
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I II I Elders Sweep Golf TourneyAt

Starke Country Clubby

I Bustor Rahn Leslie Wheatley ran the pro shop- .M r4. _....,.Ml 111.
aCT staff Writer and tended bar during the week-end, .Midi. Umirxii.ml lit.JWm .
The Elders- David Dwight and serving patrons and keeping those MtS>.ml ,...
Dewaynetook first place trophiesin areas running smmothly. .-UtoMii.ml 141.OM .
the championship, first and se- David Tew who played in the *Sr mm.... IM.
.,.. .....
cond flights in the two day 38-hole flight worked as l- .ml
scorekeeper tony W 4iw rth. 177.
I 1989 Starke Golf and Country Club when not on the course. ....h...............I...
championship played Saturday and ,...
Forty five members played in the 'K..M todn ml
Sunday, Oct. 28-29.
4 Ai '. tournament. *!...*Vita. *.ml 117.
r'8: Plagued by high wind,
Monty Moore from Hampton, ,
.Mck f M ml g.
took the handicap trophy in the scores ranged from a 70 low shot by
championship flight, keeping the David Elder,to more than a hundred Fourth Flight. 20 plus Handicap
I Elders from making a clean sweep.It high handicappers.for The highestnet .,-l............. ,...
score the
is the second straight club two day tournamentwas .*...WMMt.ml 144.l .
championship for David Elder son 177 by Jerry Wadsworth. .r...-.ml 144..
I of Dwight and Cleo Elder. Elder is .,.h.U.iJ.v .**'".
Flight Stats...
I also the low medalist on the Brad .tar NMHky, mi in.
ford High golf team. Championship ._...Ptero, ml M.wMMraw.Seniors .

Dwight Elder won the first flight scratch and loll handicap All Handicaps

Dewayne Elder won the secondflight -0.4.' ,...."'."icmril MS.M .A.t.11.w.d. ,...
Richard Burton won the third .irt>Mj.r.7S.7S.M IM.D ml
Winning Family... flight John Langley won the fourth ",vl4' T_.71-". ...117. Mm W.N..r_....IM. .
flight and A.B. Howard won the link, Slil, ...,I1.7S.nm> ,... .frank.ut_.... ml.1 I"III.OMrt
David Elder holds the 1989 club championship win between, but not shown was Monty Moore winner of seniors flight. '.AI TutM, tl-.IIh4 w.First *Ptora.N."M WO.jMk .
ner's plaque, flanked by his father Dwight Elder on the. handicap division In the championship flight. The club championship tournament _.ml 147.Iuto4 .
I I the right and his uncle DeWayne Elder on the left. All David low medalist on the BITS I golf tram won the was divided into six flights. Flight 12-15 Handicap .Ig...-..... ....
club championship last year, and looks forward to attending The Championship Flight, which in- Durlght ltdw, ,.M..-". IM.SHI _,._.... IS>.
meat. college on a golf sChlor&hlp.II cluded both scratch and low han- '_.1111I.iwt IM.h.rl .Al TUMI,ml W WD.
dicappers, awarded trophies in both .< Hint KM 114.Ural .Ixtl/*Sf) |>, ml IM.OnilM .
.Zuifluh KM '10.OA. : Kim,rot 1...
Cross categories. .'.HmwJ,IM ,... .........*.ml III.
Country Championships Set Seniors were allowed to play in Ovnnlt, CMMvtJtton, Mt '".

. both the appropriate handicap flight 'Dm,,"..M ,...
I and the .
seniors .
flight. lMll !_.. lu.'T. .
By Jo. CissyBCT following Saturday Nov. 11. Also advancing personal best time in the district, Jim Godwin, manager of the ... Smith ml 141. In the seniors flight Howard and
to regional, competition will 12:51.: Two Raines runners hold the Starke Golf and Country Club was Bridwell tied, with Howard being
I The staff District Writer 2-3A be the top five individual runners in second and third best times, 14:40( chief cook on the grill Saturday, S.cond Flight 16-17,Handicap declared the winner, based on han-
championshipsin each division. and 14:50. Tornado Renee Daugher- preparing fried and smoked chicken .Min W W,ml ISS.Uk dicaps. Howard plays to a 12 han
cross country are scheduled for the and POMII, ml lit.S dicap and Bridwell to a 22.
is fourth in ( Saturday Sunday even
ty 15:20. Another Raines
Saturday, Nov. 4, at the Florida "We are working diligently" per- ing dinners. .k M Community College North Campusin paring for the district meet "Loper runner holds fifth place with a Bobby McRae, nursing a bad back .r.m .........,ml IU.OMnr Oth.r Winners...
best of
said. "I feel we will be ready. season .. .
I Jacksonville. In the girls division, Raines High and unable to play, said Godwin did ... Srywi l .h.,ml r ml IM.III.lph A sleeve of ((3)) balls was awarded

"We have a good chance for some School Is favored to win team competition Boys Division... an outstanding job cooking the .Itow. m.,....... ,... ..._. for longest drives on holes 3 and 5,
chicken, and may have missed his .. .. longest putt and closest to the
runners to advance to regionals followed by St. Augustine Tornado runner Larry Green has Ill Hm m ml Uf.tank pin.
Tornado Coach George Loper Ribault, Englewood and Paxon according posted the second best time in the calling.Not Mtemrrf,.... lit.Jo. Winners were:
says"but they will have to run hard andturn to information available to district at 16:59. only was the chicken and other .OuiIMM'' rot,... .....sm Ori.... ...1. Jim w.....
items well prepared, there was Jim Wwmck,ml IM. UnroM OrH.M m.I.M.My Mmra.iMfMt .
in their best times. Coach Loper.Bradford Kenny DeSue holds the seventh .,_ .
enought left Hog ml 71. Putt. t
over Saturday evening IM Nay Nmlnkr.CtoMft
The girls will start the two mile and Lee will not have a at 19:47 and Sanders is .
: Tyrone
spot to eat again Sunday following the ..".....I.Frank Me......
course at 11 a.m. and the boys will full team but will enter individual ninth at 20:02.: tournament. Third Flight. 18.19 Handicap '.....,.wra...,404 t* Night' w,......
start their three mile run at 11:30: runners. Five runners are requiredfor Raines High holds first and third
a team score. Bradford will have places at 15:26: and 17:36, with run
a.m.The first six teams to place in the three runners and Lee two. ners from Lee, Palatka and Raines JV Falls But Still Ends Up 61By I
race will advance to the regional Tornado Ramona Tennant is ahead of DeSue.

meet scheduled for Tallahassee the entering the competition with the Based on performances during the ...

season, Raines is favored in the boys Jo. Thursday, Oct. 26. falling to the quarterback sneak. A kick for the
division also, says Coach Loper? CissyBCT Wildcats extra point was called back
Vs. PaxonEveryone 12-14 in overtime.The on a motion
Everyone Played followed by Palatka, St. Augustine, Staff Writer JV elevent still ended its penalty the second attempt
Englewood, Paxon and Lee. Ribault The Tornado Junior varsity foot-
I season with an enviable 6-1 record. went wide to leave the final score
and Fernandina Beach have not ball team let a perfect season slip
3 0 A couple players did not tied at 6-6. sending the game into
played in the 31-0 K. Jenkins entered a team. from its grasp at Macclenny lastF play up to overtime.
whitewashing of Paxon High last i their usual..'L performance m said. ,Coach_ __
Mike Taking the ball the lu lore
Bradford uuuerrez. me team had a on yard
Friday night, High
chance to win the Tornadoes scored the secondplay
coaches this week. in regulation time, but on
say 41 ) the extra point kick was nullified due on a quarterback option by
The Tornadoes didn't play well
"y / to a motion penalty and the second Joey Hall. The extra point kick at-
said Coach David Hurse, but that t
f C' attempt form the seven yard line tempt was blocked.
be i. ;
was to expected against a 1-5 'I'.j :\ \\J wide.
team. .... ::= --- ..=;w was
j ..&I Macclenny the ball the
:: Macclenny scored in the first taking on
The defense played a good 10 scored fourth down
quarter receiving the opening yard line on
ballgame, Coach Hurse noted. "A
kickoff and returning it to the 35. A from the three. A run for two extra
little Coach Hurse'scomment
sluggish was
about the Tornado offense. series of running plays ended in the points was successful giving Mac-
endzone but clenny the 14-12 win.
Coaches named inside linebacker an attempted run fOI"extra

Travis Long No. 3, and defensive .tie p! points failed leaving. "Baker"' up.. Team members finishing the suc-
tackle Kevin Finch No. 66, as the 8-0. cessful 6-1 season for the Tornado
best defensive linemen of the week. Bradford moved the ball to mid junior varsity are:
LB 1 I.ong was in on 18 tackles 14 inch field where Jimmy Childress fumbled -
vio> :il 1 tackles and 4 assists a iY1rr and Macclenny recovered. A Backfield: Jerome Newsome
season' high. DT Finch did a very 1Fii 'i defensive battle then developed, Wyndell Hampton Chris Snow Vin-
good lob of controlling the inside lasting until late in the game.The" nie Blye,Joey Hall,Shannon Brown,

gamy. if Pax m, keeping the guardsoff Tony Kitties Paul Moody, Blake
the Tort It :backers so the Tornadoes held getting the Thomas, Willie Newsome James
linebacker could .nake the tackle ball back about the 20 where Daniels Jimmy Childress Gernard
says Coach Roland Cummings. another fumble turned the ball over Williams, Joe Gordon, Jason Lee
Over-all the Tornado special. to the Wildcats again. and Jason Hughes.
teams did a good job taking advan- Macclenny drove to the 'thr e,
tage of Paxon mistakes, says Coach where they fumbled in the endzone Linemen: Steve McLoud Joe Sar-
Cummings. Lorenzo Hall, No. 63, turning the ball back to the Reds' br- do. Ed Duncan, William Price,
and Keith Jenkins, No. 22. each inging the ball out to the 20. Donte Williams Kevin Woodard,
recovered a fumble. The defensive battle continued to Jonathan Ferguson Ray Jordan
Cornerback Lance Wiggins in- halftime, with the score remaining Eric Mason Josh Lewis, James

tercepted a pass and returned it 32 A 06. Redding Justin Kendrick Chris
Burgln Mike Swanson, Shauntel
yards for a first period touchdown.
Cornerback Terry Berry interceptedtwo The Tornadoes took the second Houston Shaun Jenkins, David
Paxon passes.They were named hald kickoff and drove to the Mac Dipaola, James Sewell, Les Moody
best defensive backs of the week. clenny 20 where a first down was and Eric Stewart.

Center Don McDavid, No. 77, and missed by inches on a fourth down
guard Jason Norman, No. 65, were try. Ends are Leaton Morgan, Kelly
___ Lee, James Grover, Jason Woods
named best offensive linemen of the I .
The Tornadoes held well and got Kwambea Strong, Travis Wynn andLarry
week. Off to College In a New Jeep... Photo bv Mark Fried/in. the ball back on downs. Shannon.
Wide receiver Scott Duncan No.
83, was named best wideout. Jennifer Rickey. 18,center a graduate of Wolfson Senior High School: Jacksonville will be driving off to college In Gernard Williams came into the Managers are Andy Hall and C. K.

No offensive back of the week was a new Jeep from TerwUlegar of Starke after winning a contest sponsored by WCRJ Radio Station and Coca-Cola. game and sparked the running at- Fuqua.
named. Rickey II shown acepUng the keys from WCRJ Promotion Director Elaine Davis, at left along with Terwilllegar tack which moved to the three yard Coaches are Mike Guiterrez,
Strickland and Coca-Cola line where Joey Hall scored on a Harvey Lofton and Brett Purdy.
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ready for the game, ,-- -
says. QB Reggie Sheffield hurt his

last throwing week,annul but was practice throwing Monday as good of 1988-,CUTLASS; 1988 Escort 1980 Dodge> 1987 F-150 XLT j989 1986 Cutlass

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district standings.)
BHS will use its wing-T offense Motors..To Choose
designed to get as many blockers aspossible
ahead of the Mil carrier From
with both backs and pulling guards

running Interference to supplementthe Statewide 1-800-329-FORD
blocking linemen. BHS Is ,473-FORDJ 'HIGHEST
pays 964-7200 I, PRICES
back to its bread and butter ,
Coach Hurse says. Starke 377-1O96 388-FORD Keystone Heights Paid' Trade-Ins
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usual with some 7-dlamond
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Art Show a Hit. _

Big Crowds Find Plenty to See and Hear at the 4th Annual Eventby

Butter Rahn various categories was a wide rangeof rolling terrain. only its fourth year, ana I feel certain
BCT Staff Writer art work, reflecting accomplishments Amelia Barnard, one of three it will be back next year."
Last Friday and Saturday the people of Individual artists women responsible for coordinatingthe "The crowd seemed to be low"
of this area were treated to an and their fields of interest. festival, said, "It was a good Barnard said, but blamed it on the
arts festival that had something for Sightseers were treated to a festival." Barnard said feedback cloudy,windy weather.
everyone, from face painting for smorgasboard of good to very good from the artists was very positive, Bill Reno, major, Starke Police
children to fiddling for old timers. art,available for purchase in a wide with some making excellent sales, Department, said the crowd wasn't
There were art displays on many range of prices, up to $2,500 for one and some making only limited sales, large at any one time, but was a
kinds, including watercolors,oil and watercolor of a 1930's vintage village but all had a good time. steady crowd. The crowd increased
acrylic painting, wood turning, scene In Indiana, but could have Barnard said, "Sales were aboutas around noon Saturday, then fell off
ceramics and others. Within the been from Florida, except for the expected. It Is a young festival,in again.largest.Sunday's crowd was the 7.

Chubby Wise,76, a celebrated fid-
dler now living in Glen St.Mary,put
on a show to a large audience Satur-
day night. Barnard said the crowd
got into the act with foot stomping, !
whistling and shouting, indications ar
that everyone was having a grand
old time listening to the country
The stage was busy throughout
both days with entertainers pro-
t viding continous music, skits and
.. .
x readings during the festival.The au-
diences drifted in and out,
r49r / sometimes large,sometimes small.
Wi For the children there was the
haunted house, face painting and
other events. Area music and dance
groups furnished entertainment for
all,with food concessions located at
strategic locations to quell hunger

Award Winners... r .
Cash awards totaling $3,800 were
made to 18 winners in five -
categories, Best of Show, Excellence Photos by Brenda Bawek
Bradford-Union Artists, Time for Entertainment...
ow Awards of Distinction and Awards of The Floridance company performed a dance during the Fourth Annual
The Fine Art of Browsing... Mention. Starke Festival of the Art Sunday.
Unda Winter of Calnetvllle wu only one of a big crowd of art lover who found plenty to browse over during the The event featured live entertainment which also Included the Santa Fe
Fourth Annual Starke Festival of the Arts Saturday and Sunday on hbtoHc Call Street In Starke. See Page 7B Community College Shoestring Players and several live bands



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I News: : Briefs OUTDOOR-J! =-. GOSPEL- ---SING.-- .
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.I Recent ArrestsIn ding to Lt. David Aderholt. Bond arrested Oct. 28 for DWLS, according released after a $215.25 cash bond 0 V=J
Bradford CountyThe was set at$215.25, he was ROR. to Patrolman Gorman. lie was was posted. j BRING. YOUR -OWN LAWN CHAIR,

following arrests were made Roberto Rodriques, 29, of Hamp- -
In Bradford County by local ton was arrested Oct. 27 for DWLS : Sal: 4"'"' --
authorities. according to Chief Hodges. Bondwas Tronu Tile DistributorsThe Whim ,
'' Ministries
I set at $215.25, Rodriques was :Lamp of Jesus
.. .. Jessie B. Cornwall 33, of Lawtey ROR. Highest Quality In Glass, Block Martalo & Tile .. E-100 on SE 24th&11 th St.(Forsythe Rd.)
:.-:..:was arrested Oct. 28 on a capais for fs Proud To Announce 1st dirt road on right past"Old Glory"Time
two counts of aggravated battery, Edward Eaves, 44, was arrestedOct. 1'/
according to Deputy Charles Carter. .28 for DUI,unlawful tag,refus- I Group I Colors : 7-9 p.m. G-'
Bond was set at $5,000 he was ing to sign citation, according to mmD PAVERS I 99 n.
Thrift. Eaves' blood alcohol -
I teleased on his recognizance Deputy
"7ROR). own content was .19 percent. lie was A Lar of Colors& Styles GUEST SINGERS: Snacks A
released after a $1,000 surety bond ONE OF THE OLDEST MANUFACTURERS OF 4X8 Servants from Mandarin Cokos for Sale
Donald Wilson Meshaw, 25, was was posted. PAVERS & POOL, COPING Crossroad Singers from Middleburg on Groundt... 1 1jftfM&miMMMMii
arrrested Oct.28 for drunkeness,according Check Out Our Large Selection Of Decorative Glass Block
: to Patrolman Gordon Smith. Walter Jordan Padelford, 25, was 2408 N. Waldo Road Gainesville 377-5344
I .Meshaw.. .was arrested at US-301 and
steel Mill Road. He was releasec'after
a$250 surety bond was posted)

I Ii i Edward Lee Cummings,Jr.,33,1 ol 1 000/0
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 28 on a WinnDixie'TM
capias for failure to pay child support -
(order of contempt hearing),, SATISFACTION
according to Deputy Jason Bennett,
He was ROR.
Corey Stephen Roberts, 20, ol
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 27 on a ARE NOT SATISFIED,
capias for failure to appear for petit YOU
theft charges, according to Sgt. NEITHER ARE WE!
Harvey Rhoden. Bond was set at WE WILL REPLACE ANY
$250, he was ROR.

Shannon Dion Higginbotham 20(, J PLEASED WITH or RETURN
j was arrested Oct. 27 on a capias for STORE PRICE.
possession of drug paraphernalia, HOURS YOUR PURCHASE
according to Deputy Danny Thrift.

1 WESSJ : .
Steven Franklin Alvarez was ar '70 STREET
rested Oct. 27 for violation of community 11 P.M.
control,according to Deputy:
Roman Alvarez. He was released)
I after a $1,000 surety bond was;

posted. For over 60 years Winn-Dixie has been
Loyal Eddie Aldridge,36, was ar building a tradition of bringing Its
rested Oct. 30( on an order of con customers quality, variety and convenienceat
tempt, according to Sgt. Rhoden.He the lowest prices possible. This week, RS
was sentenced to 90 days in county) N
we will be dressing to celebrate our
jail or may purge by paying $800. Founders Tradition.We up Iii IiiPrices.

Richard Marion Ball, 19, was ar invite you to join In the celebrationand .ii2
rested Oct.to 29 Patrolman for spouse Mack battery Short,according save. with over 10,000 Everyday Low %- ,.,

Bond was set at $500, he was ROR.

Ernest Williams, Jr., 27, was ar __
rested Oct. 28 for violation of probation I
for failure to appear, four
counts disorderly intoxication,, _
resisting without violence, according -
to Deputy Thrift. Bond was set

Alphonso Riv rs, 26, '"as arrested .
Ooi. 27 on a c.is for noting into
an occupied c rdmg to
Deputy Gene L .OR.

Terry Sinclair Watkins,23,was arrested
Oct. 26 for retail theft,according -
to Patrolman Bob McGrath. THE
.25 O/o 5 %
Richard Antonio McGriff, 28,was -- 24 WEAL
arrested Oct. 26 on a capias for .
failure to appear, according to Sgt. '

Rhoden. OFF 0 F F \ GIFT

27 Jerome for burglary Lee,,27 according,was arrested to Deputy Oct. SEND A WI INN-DIXIE.


for Joan disorderly Wilson conduct was arrested and battery Oct. 24, MAGAZINES, PRE-PRICED A GIFT THAT'S ALWAYS

according to Deputy Thrift. Bond GREETING CARDS IN GOOD TASTE.
was set at $1,000, she was ROR. CHIPS AND CORN SNACKS

Damon J. Whitaker, 25, was arrested .
Oct. 24 for driving while
license: suspended (DWLS), accor
..ding to Patrolman Perry Gorman.

:of Tennessee was arrested Oct. 27 LOW
for DWLS, according to Deputy LOW PRICE 1
Willis Roger Hamm, 49, was arrested .LIrW'.,a
Oct. 27 for DWLS, according AK I 1 sOtr! I i I
-to Marshal Tommy Raulerson.Bono
: .:"was set at$215.25.
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--H Willie Banks,44,was arrested Oct.
: -=26 for driving under influence : HOME
: (DUI, according to Deputy Thrift. PORK
Bond was set at$500. 1&TAKE
: James Clark 47, was arrested
: Oct.29 for DUI,improper tag,accor .
: ding to Chief John Hodges.Bond was $
: set at 1120.25,he was ROR. !1>LB.LB SLAW POTATO SALAD ggg _/ __
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) News Briefs
J Jail EmployeeGets fired a shot in the trunk area of struggle at his I girlfriend's apart- him and to make Masey leave him
Davis' vehicle, Mid Etberidge. The ment, according to Patrolmen alone,according to the report.
Arrested Incident report was submitted to the Wayne Wilkinson,Gerald Hayes and Moore was released after his ar-
And SuspendedA state attorney who requested the Bob McGrath. Ma.e Bradford rest.
warrant after investigation. Bond transported by Rescue to
PAY HERE 37-year-old correctional officerat was set at$2,000,Austin was released Hospital then by TRAUMA I to Woman Charged
WE FINANCE the Bradford County Jail has been on his own recognizance.Austin University Hospital, according to
arrested for an incident which occurred has been suspended from Paramedics Rex Selmer and With ForgeryA
In July. his duties at the Jail without pay un- Dwayne Hardee. Masey was apparently 35-year-old Starke woman has
E-Z WHEELS AUTO SALESEasy Ronnie Austin was charged Oct.27 til a full Investigation Is complete. treated and released accor- been charged with signing another
on a warrant with shooting Into an ding to hospital records. woman's name to the women's
Deals With E-Z Wheels occupied vehicle, according to Lawtey Man ChargedIn Following the Incident Noah Kevin check and cashing It without her
Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge.The incident
Moore turned himself at the police consent.
occurred July 6 at 10:30: p.m. Stabbing AttackA station where he was charged with Betty Covington was arrested Oct.
near Tompkins Lounge In Lawtey 25-year-old Lawtey man was the stabbing. Apparently Moore was 29 for grand theft,uttering a forged
where an argument had earlier charged with stabbing a man at Pine visiting Masey1* daughterand Instrument and forgery, according
TOMMY BRAT 9O4)064-7783 taken place between Austin and Forest Apartments Oct. 22. when Masey tried to make him to Patrolman Mack Short.Covington
Manager 1320 N. Temple Avenue Michael Davis. When Davis would Dana Masey, 36, received a stab leave,a struggle ensued.Moore said allegedly signed Betty Cummings
Starke FL 32091 not leave the area, Austin allegedly wound to the left rib area during a he stabbed Masey to get him off of name to Cummings check paid$192
----- on her (Covington's) bin at Den-
I;;. marks Furniture, then kept' the
balance ($113.50) she received in
cash, said Short.
Bond was set at $500, Covingtonwas
released on her own

PORK SEL. d the er recognizance.Man With Charged Carrying

w e4D.meat Loaded PistolA

23-year-old Keystone Heights
; man arrested Oct. 27 for a traffic
violation also faces an additional
charge after a loaded pistol was
found in his vehicle.
Gregory Alan Coleman was stopped -
WHOLE or RIB HALF (SLICED FREE) at 11:20: p.m. and charged with
driving while license suspended,ac
cording Deputy Roman Alvarez
and Lt. David Aderholt. During the
PORK LOINS arrest, a loaded .45 semi automatic
pistol was found under the seat of his
vehicle,said Alvarez. Coleman was
$ charged with carrying a concealed
firearm with bond set at $715.25, he
was released on his own recogniz-

BOSTON BUTT -....,-" e.. Apartment Manager


PORK, ROAST manager of apartment com-
NOV. 2-8, 1989 plexes in Starke has been charged
with theft after she allegedly kept
money given her for rentals.
Martha Ann Barret,39,was charged -
Oct. 24 on a warrant with grand
theft after an Investigation by the
3V2-LBS. & DOWN LEAN & MEATY state attorney, according to Deputy
saosaGS Gene Lee. Barret accepted $1,900 in
L cash and checks for rentals at

.,,.. Orangewood and Southern Villas
PORK SPARERIBS L B during the past three months but
I HOT 1147 failed to submit the money to the
owners of the complex. The case was
: MEDIUM first investigated Patrolman
MILD IB. Kenard Perry.
Barret was released on her own
W.D MILD HOT or recognizance at her first ap-
BOlOGNA or FRANKS s.=. 99C SMOKED SAUSAGE .. $199 W-D COOKED HAM =.$299 pearance.

Woman StabbedIn

FAMILY PACK U t.CHOIClJ CUT SOUTHERN PRIDE 21-year-old Starke woman was
FRYER BREAST CHICK ROAST BEEF PATTIES stabbed in the throat Monday morn-
y:;;:, ; : BONSESS19HAMgS Ing by a man who she said tried to
rob her.
< !f1. 'A7 : As Tracy Perry was walking along
I'' $3 the railroad tracks near Law'sTavern
BOX FARMSTEAD BONELESS a man approached her and
LB. FRESH HAM ROAST $ 9 7 said,"Give me your money,"accor-

STEAK. . 2 ding to Patrolmen Cheryl Belcher
FAMILY PAK CENTER CUT $167 MARKET STYLE $641 FARMSTEAD When Perry told the man she had
FRYER THIGHS LA 48e CHUCK STEAK o. La SLICED BACON. I ioit sox FRESH SLICED $198 no money,he grabbed her and stabb-
0 0
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LEAN BEEF $399 SHOULDER $O47 CELEBRITYSLAB 917 ject.assailant When with the her victim elbow,struck he released her-

SHIS-K-BOBS L& ROAST 0 0 0 0 0 0 La ft BACON La W-D BRAND US' CHOICE' her and fled, said Belcher.
BONELESS SHOULDER $467 Perry was taken by Rescue to
STEAK t Bradford Hospital where four stit-
FRYER $188 0 0 0 0
97' 947 ches were required to close her
THIGHS La I GROUND TURKEY La SPARERIBS. 0 0 o. La wound, according to ParamedicsDan
Cuddington and Rusty Barrett.
HARVESTFRESH The Investigation is continuing in-
EVERYDAY fa to the Incident,no arrests have been
LOW PRICE EVERYDAY made as police continue to searchfor
W PRICE a six-foot tall white male with a
e slim build and shoulder-length blond
I : C PRODUCE hair.He was wearing jeans cowboy
boots and a dark blue jacket and hada
two-day beard growth.

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Three ArrestedAt batten for possession of drug with him, said Thrift. Bond was set bance in Lawtey. bed. When he failed to move the bed yard with her truck.She had a young
Accident Scene paraphernalia and five other drug at $500, Taylor was released on his Darla Booth Frederick with an fast enough Frederick allegedly child with her at the time,accordingto
related charges,Brian Scott Hudsonfor own recognizance. Ocala address was charged with aggravated pulled a loaded pistol and started the report.Bond .
Three arrest were made at the four drug related charges and assault with firearm child shooting at the trailer,said Pearson. for the charges was set at
scene of a minor accident In Starke Wanda Glover for violatin of proba- Woman Charged abuse and displaying a firearm in Then Frederick started chasing $1,000, she was released on her own
Oct. 13.The tion for sale of cocaine. With Firing PistolA public, according to Deputy Danny another family member around the recognizance.

arresta resulted from an apparent Hudson and Cohens were also ar- Pearson. Frederick, who is.I'----------_..;- -----'-__ ___________n_
ongoing affray, according to rested August 24 during Rock Pile II. 24-year-old woman was arrestedOct. seperated from her husband, ap- ;
Patrolmen G. E. Hayes. At press time Hudson, Cohens and 10 after she created a distur parentlv went to his home to get her;
When officers arrived at a Green remain In the custody of the ,
reported auto accident and resulting county jail under large bonds'cash(
fight at Myrtle and Call Sts.at 11:34 or surety). Glover was released at
p.m. they arrested the three people the time of her arrest. a
Involved. Capital ConstructionCommercial

Jimmy Raymond Griff 18 who Man ArrestedFor
smelled strongly of alcohol, was
charged with possession of alcoholic BatteryA Residential

beverage by person under 21, said 30-year-old Starke man was ar- Custom Homes
Hayes. rested Sunday for the beating of the I
David Eric Bresee,25,was charged mother of his children,according to
with criminal mischief and bat- the arrest report. RemodelingFHA
tery after he allegedly hit and kicked James Monroe Taylor of US-301 FINANCING AVAILABLE t
Griff and busted the windshield of south of Starke was charged with i
Griffis' vehicle (a charge admittedat battery Oct. 29,according to Deputy James Trowel Ralph Courson
the scene and denied at the police Danny Thrift. Taylor Is charged
station), said Patrolman Hayes. with striking his girlfriend who lives 496-3832 496-3873 .
Delise Moeley, 19, was
charged with aggravated battery
and disorderly conduct. Mosley said 1989 Lowe's Companies, Inc.0908THESE
she attempted to stop Grills to ques-
tion him about damage to her mobile
home which occurred
date. While Griffls was eluding her,
his vehicle struck a parked vehicle
and utility pole and then struck
Bresee's vehicle driven by Mosley ,
according to the report. Grifflsdenied
striking Mosley's vehicle
said It was she that attempted to _
strike him. (There was no damage to !
the Bresee vehicle or the pole and
only minor damage to Griffis' vehicle -
and the parked vehicle.)
Bresee was released after a $750
surety bond was posted. Griffis was
released after a $500 surety bond
was posted and Mosley was released Ire1 i* !

after posted.Four a $1,153 ArrestsIn surety bond was

Rock Pile III _

Four arrests were made in Bradford -
County during last weekend's t [EXCITE
statewide Rock Pile III.
The four arrests were made on
warrants for drug charge violations
according to Investigator David

several Aderholt.arrests Good patrolling other than resulted those In GREAT PRICES IIU EFFECT THRU) WIEOWESDAYS

drug related, said Aderholt.
Those charged were Bobby Lee .. _
Cohens for vioaltion of probation for
sale and possession (four counts),
Roosevelt Green for violation of pro- ;))
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Being Issued SoonThe 'l :

remaining quota permits for
Osceola, Nassau find Lake Butler e
wildlife management areas will be
issued at the Game Fresh Water 13" Color TV VHS 6 Hour Blank
Fish Commission's Lake City .82 channel capability Rapid-on Video Cassette Player VHS VCR Tape
Regional office on a first come, first AC/DC .3
--- lure and sound .Styles may vary operation speed Automatic
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Permits remaining Include
Nassau 555, Osceola 634, and Lake
Butler 39."Quota. I
permits are required to
hunt on wildlife management areas
during the first nine days of the
general gun season"said Lt.Dewey
Weaver, public information I
specialist. The permit system is
designed to control the number of i JJ 1 I_

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and provides an added measure of ncsi 4 Head VMS VCR Head Cleaner
safety to the hunt." 20" Color TV Remote programming with on-screen
"This will probably be the last Panasonic Remote control Quartz tuning'On display Aulo programming tuner $
year that quota permits will be screen channel display 54622 One year/4 event timer# 42 ,
issued at the Lake City office and in 1/54958
future years all permits will have to
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Quails of Starke.

Pfc. Pomerleau, Jr. Li-i : ; I rjpi HOWOWT __ _

Completes Basic ; 1 I g
Army National Guard Private 1st i ..I

Class Thomas D.Pomerleau Jr.,has 1 .
completed basic training at Ft. I Ugm i
Leonard Wood, Mo.
He is the grandson of Paul H. and Q Touch Control Full SizeMicrowave
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PO Michael Seay #51826 51763

Now on USS TattnallNavy

Petty Officer 2nd Class -=.... .,.__, _
Michael W. Seay. a 1977 graduate of
Union County High School of Lake ,
Butler recently reported for duty 1''l ; I
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Tattnall, homeported in :
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Amy L. Rigs has completedbasic defrost cycle' #51908 defrost'Styles may vary 51824 #51745 51911
training at Ft Jackson, S.C.
Riggs Is the'daughter of Ivan A.
and Patricia A. Starke of Keystone
Heights. She is a 1969 graduate of
Keystone Hts. High School. I E2S

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.' J KHHS Indians Smash Inter lac hen, Host Dixie FridayBy I

Mark Frledlln 8 on the clincher a five yard TD this encounter taking the kick-
"They well in the
LRM Sports Writer The Indians scored on their strike then Coach Dicks sur- off and rolling 75 yards In Just first flayed very In-
even though
The KHHS Indian football team opening two possessions prised everyone in the stadiumby nine plays. terlachen gained some yardageon a
struck quickly and early against the Rams. The first a electing to try for two points Halfback Ricky Crane ripped us In the final two periods.It .
racking up 22 points in the first precision. 15-play drive was a Hardee rolling out and hitting off a 24-yard gain over fine was a case of bending but not
half and went on to defeat arch- of for Strickland the Indian offensive
thing beauty KHHS head for the successful at- blocking by breaking." Coach Dicks said.
rival Interlachen 22-6 Friday Coach Wesley Dicks and was tempt. line. Top graded linemen for the "They did a fine Job." r
night on the road in the Ram's highlighted by a 12-yard run by The Indians led 8-0 and never week were center Lin Boatwright Top tacklers and defensive
stadium In Interlachen. fullback Kenny Mills a 10-yard looked back. and tackle Chris Bullock.
performers named the
as by
The victory lifts the Indians pass reception by tight end Joe The Rams scored their only The other big play of the drive coaching staff Include tackle
over the .500 mark at 4-3 and Strickland and the big play a touchdown on their next pos- came when Hardee hit wide re- Tom Davis linebacker BenJI
sets up a big district battle this 42-yard pass play from quarter- session but Hardee and the In- ceiver Todd Taylor for a 28-yard Wilson cornerback Todd Taylor
Friday night when the Dixie back Tim Hardee to wide re- dian offense had more than pass reception that set fullback and defensive back
Jodey Brig-
County Bears come calling. at cefrer Larry Bradley. enough answers for anything Mills up for a 3-yard TD burst
KHHS Stadium. Kickoff rt for Hardee hooked up with Bradlev the Rams rould come uo with on over right tackle. Hardee con- gle.The Indians scored again Just
---.-----.- nected on the EP kick and the before the half on another fine
Indians were up 15-6. drive. A screen pass from
The Indian defense came up Hardee to Crane gained 14 on
with a fine performance- In the some fine open field running by
first half, shutting down the Crane and a big 22-yard pass
c1iiTTnOnOAYcII normally potent Ram attack. reception by Mike Booth who
according to Coach Dicks. has been "coming on strong"of

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$ 99 218 S. Walnut St. _.
CARPET SALE On Target... -
Next lo the Chamber of Commerce 0 Tim Hardee klclu an extra point
964-4957 on a hold by Todd Taylor.
j installed late according to Coach Dicks.
The scoring play came on a
r Order carpet now for PAIN CONTROL nine-yard pass from Hardee to
Crane and Hardee's extra point
a that I Headaches gave the Indians all they would
special Thanksgiving Neck&Arm a INJURIES need -a 22-6 advantage.
Mid Back Work Related] Hardee had his best game of
guarantee to have it installed by Low Back&Leg Sports the season statistically hitting
12 of 16 passes for 182 yards
-''Personal] and two touchdowns.
Auto Accidents ( Dixie County. 3-4. will be a
i challenge according to Coach
Dicks,and It will take
a big effort
1-s Spend Your Money CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS \ by the the Bear KHHS offense.defense to contain

i THE TEAM APPROACH I The top threats are quarter-
back Ronnie Bennett and running -
i HOURS A DAY7 DAY WEEK Tracy Collins. All have 4.4 or
flIGIITATIIOMEFor Vq 964-4957 24 HOUR B1JEPEROfflmHoura better times In the 40-yard dash
and are a "threat to
"" score
i : Moo.-Fit 830: -6OO:) p.m. Sat.Dy Appointment any
time they touch the ball", according -
to Coach
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November 2,1989 TKI.KilA; |'ll.TIMiS&: MOMIOIt-,-KSHTION:<< Page 7B t

I 4th Annual Starke Festival of the Arts a Big Success ,J I IIr.

-pap IBWinners Excellence ..,.Klkf. ,............... ........MIll... George Ferreira sculptor and I!
: ..,A....w.<4 KulphM*. furniture designer who owns a
were: 'M!V..q I...P..1. .th.....,rannka.Awards Judges... gallery in Micanopy. .
'LU__.. )
_, ... Two judges reviewed the variousartist's ,
Best of Show 'W- w. /wd.. of Mention
: "
'ldd..541..,Mwdq.BradfordUnion. ...,. handiwork and awarded rib- John Caputo, print maker and
O.y_.OII A.pMp. ,,lm n.John bons for the quality of the work.THe painter,assistant professor of art at I
-W..d.W.d.......... Artists: ...,.Ca7... Judges were: University of Tampa. '
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Ub tuariesIn Home.'D. LAKE AREA j I

Loving Memory Survivors include one daughter, ; S. MartinJohn
Of My Mother Mildred A. Lee of Orlando; one son, PHYSICAL THERAPY Inc. !
John Garner Andrews of Orlando; : S. Martin 86, of Park of the ,
Alma Ricks BaldreeWho one!: brother.Archie Glenn Nettles of in Keystone died Thursday I
Left Me November 6, 1987 Largo;six sisters Maude Aldermanof 26 in Bradford Hospital of
Did Ft. Walton Beach Beatrice following a sudden attack at I
you ever know that you're my home. CERTIFIED REHABILITATION AGENCY'
hero. Farless and Catherine Parrlsh both
You're everything I would like to of Lake Butler, Imogene Smith and See Page 12B I !
bet Jacquelyn Nettles both of Providence Physical Therapy. Occupational Therapy.
...., I could fly higher than an eagle ,and Ethel Dicks of Dundee. SAWYER GAS & Speech Pathology
For you are the wind beneath my Funeral services were held :
wings. Wednesday in the Lake Butler Wardof
Lovingly missing you, the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat Medicare. Insurance and Workers Compensation Accepted I
Sylvia and Family ter Day Saints. Burial will follow in

Wings('Excerpt; from Belle Midler'Wind Benealh My the County Oak with Grove Archer Cemetery Funeral in Union Homeof Laura Hodges, P.T. Karen Lord. M.A. CCC/SP

In Loving Memory rangements.Lake Butler in charge of ar Jennifer Bradley P.T. Peggy Floatner, O.T.R.

Of Jessie Mae FowlerWho
James L. BagleyJames
passed away Nov. 3, 1982.We
love and miss you everyday, mama. L. Bagley,54,of Haines City Your children, died Friday in an Orlando
Starke, Florida 32091
brief illness. A Melrose. Florida 32666 :
Larry Jimmy,Lila, hospital following a HEATINGCOSflTS 1
and Dewey,Jr. Born In Union County, Mr. Bagley -- -
moved to Haines City from Lake Ci- ----------- --- --,, --- 475-3113 964-2208
In Memory Of ty in 1970 where he has resided since. ----- -_- i
He was in the Independent Trucking I
Jessie Mae Fowler Business and a member of the SAVE UP TO 50% ON GAS HEAT COMPARED TO Hours by Appointment Physician Referral I
Died November 3,.1982 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day --
Seven years ago you slipped away Survivors include his wife, Betty FOREMOST PRICE WISE
me. Bailey; one daughter,Joy Keisel of CH-15 tit'
You but Empire Sale
are gone dearly not forgot Haines City; two sons David L. of '
ten. Bradenton and Dennis of Orlando; ltOrPiS. Prices
To that heavenly sweet home above. three sisters Betty Joyner of Or- ROOM
Soon 1IIIIIIIIMi WlfliISIIiIiIIIIIiIIIIN combine to bring you StartJLOWER
some sweet day mond Beach Patsy Summers of l IJ
I long to meet you Lake City and Geraldine Roberts of PRICES! 11/2
And share in all of yesterdays past. HEATER ,
Branford: one brother. Roy Bagleyof
For mama that's all thats; left that Branford; and three grand- I
Brings joy to a broken and sadden children. .
Sale Prices Good Mon.-Sat. Only
heart. $14900
Funeral services were held Mon ,
I love you. day in the Oak Grove Church of
Love your son,Larry Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in CANADIAN CALVERT CANADIANLORD
Lake Butler with burial in the MIST !
Card of Thanks EXTRA
church cemetery. Archer Funeral
We would like to thank all of our Home of Lake Butler was In chargeof 30 Gallon CALVERT
friends and neighbors for their arrangements.
Water Heater
prayers, food flowers cards and :
kindness shown us during the illness Arthur S. Manassa
and death of our mother. Services for Arthur Stevens !
The Family of Malanar Hersey Manassa were held at 11:30: a.m. $16900i 99 99 99
in St. in I
Monday Mary's Cemetery 6 6 12
Card Thanks Jacksonville. i

We would like to thank everyonefor Before moving to Jacksonville, he Sawyer Gas Customers I
their prayers, food, flowers, was a resident of Starke where the j Credit Availablerrte 750 750 1.75
cards and kindness shown to us during Manassa family operated a motion :- Q.oj Instant i
the loss of our father. picture theatre and also a bowling ABSOLUTE
A special thanks to Dr. Her alley during the post World War II i 90 DAYS SAME AS CASHSAWYER MALIBU CROWN I
nandez nurses ajid aides at the era.He was born in Balboa,Panama RUM ROYAL VODKA )
Bradford Hospital; also to the Canal Zone and was retired assis-
nurses aides and staff of the tant manager of Bowl-a-Rama in
Whispering Pines Care Center for Jacksonville.He .
their loving care of our daddy. is survived by one daughter
The children of Vernie Padgett Mrs. Ann Fowler; two sisters, Mrs. Gas & Appliances
Thelma Tarkinton and Mrs. Mina
Grady of Orange Park; and three 1103 S.Walnut S!. !Starke 964-7701 99

4' Mrs.,Myrtice Andrews, e8..AI C.," George E.: and.", 7 17 99LTR 119so

Mrs.Mjrrtce Nettles Andrews,77, -- '" (, i 750
,?J of Orlando, died Sunday In the -yl. '
I r' Humana Hospital after an extended

;'"1 Illness.Born in Lake Butler, Mrs. Andrews FLAP OFFICE OF: LANSING J. ROY "". SUNDAY' :, NOV. 5, 1989r .""' *f.;.:..iiJY, .

where she moved has to resided Orlando since.In 1955 She, 310 S. Lawrence Blvd. '3OO;: p.m. 11:00COUNTRY p.m' >:i'fft.J l<>&i i"

was a homemaker and a member of FL 32656 "
the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Keystone Heights, MUSIC JAM SESSIONANIa ] :
Day Saints.She was the widow of the 4737256Five "*
-; late Leroy Andrews. 1P.'t;}z: i. '
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: Attorneys $ < 'BARBQUE'T4DIES :, "J
State and Federal Practice BRING A COVERED IMSHJ" <%

'I All pickers slngersfetc.,\
:1 ddlers./layers.
'Winning Personal Injury & Wrongful Creditor Death; 1.";; o.on. the futit I.
Bankruptcy Law; Informal

Tennis Workouts; IRS and Department of RAt PARRISH BAND
Divorce & Family
., Revenue Negotiations;
Sfudenfs Inc udo Law; Wills and Probate; Corporate and WED, FRI. & SAT. ;
f, \ Team KHHS Member&OHS Business Law; State Court and Federal

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I Officer Phil the Robot Teaches Kids Safety. Drug Awareness I

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The Bradford County Sheriff's 4-H Cadets program and others. rendous drug problems the com- Commission for any of these programs and expand the efforts said DeputyGill. ford County Sheriff's Education and
Department is developing a This law enforcement agency is munity faces under control, but we so community help and sup- Public Service Account. I
gram of Self Awareness, Communication working hard trying! to get the hor- are not budgeted through the County port is needed to be, able to continueRobot If you are interested in helping For further information contact
Drug Information and -r please make checks out to the Brad Deputy Gill at 964-6800.
Decision making for the students in _
the county's schools. A segregated '
account has been set up for the _JIIIII7I t E Looking for A
financial support of this effort and
community tions are needed.support and contribu- I If 1LJ GOOD DEAL?

Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge and
Deputy Jim Gill have been working
for about three months and several Check the Classifieds
programs are now in place.
1. Halloween bags with safety tips
for trick or treating were supplied to -.-- -- .-
all elementary school students.Also,
a Sheriff's Halloween Alert letter
was included in each bag with important
., ,
safety tips for the children w Glendct'sShear
and their parents. These bags were .
distributed in conjunction with Oct.
26 Red Ribbon Day Drug Program.
2. A uniformed officer has been 1 Design
teaching in Hampton and Brooker ;
Elementary Schools since the start 'l8! S. St. Starke 964-4151
I of the school year. The curriculum .' Thompson
being used is "Choosing for
Yourself," a state-mandated course Presents
that helps our students understandand ;.
I cope with the pressures they will ...,.,1 Joyce Coblentz
face in middle school and high J(
school. The main purpose is drug Perm $25.00
abuse resistance and education. Reg. $43.00
:T The Sheriff's Office has spon- 4I.
ored and helped supervise the Of- )' t It:"'o'1 : Haircut & Blow Dry
ficer Phil Creative Safety and Drug
Resistance program. The Officer $10.00 Reg. $18.00
Phil robot was in elementary schools ; r '''' ",:
I the week of October 16.The response ,.': Walk-Ins Welcome"We
I of the younger children to Officer .IJi1'
Phil was outstanding. .\\1"" '''' Like to Keep You Looking Good!"
4. A uniformed officer was at eachof :' .
the elementary school carnivals "
Oct. 27 and 28 along with a ventrilo-
qUist Ken Groves, from the Officer A Hit...
Phil program who put on a program The Officer Phil Child"Safley Program was presented to elementary
about drug abuse. students recently In Bradford County.The ;=; WE CAME < .
5. The Sheriff's staff is startingand :
continuing program b planned to encourage child safety,self awareness .
a Just Say No club in .
sponsoring and particularly drug and chemical abuse resistance education and Is .
Bradford High School and will con WE SAWED
tinue to sponsor and work with this presently by Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge and Deputy Jim Clll. : : .
club. The sheriff b asking for the support of the community to continue this : '; : : "::
: : '
6. Efforts are being made to soon program and other programs designed to prevent drug abuse. WE CONQUERED. '_,,.'.: .'';'+:..

middle initiate a school curriculum with the program direction in the of ---- -.. ( .::\: .,::.__:.:.J:: ? >.:.1...

Principal 7. Other John outstanding Mazzella. programswill I TULLER Poulan PROTRIMMERSBLOWERSCILAIN

be initiated as time and needs
permit. These programs include theIr Chiropractic Center SAWS
Deputy program, possibly the Office
Keystone Heights

Driving Courses Set 260B, S. Lawrence Blvd. J

For the ElderlyThe 4737213PAIN /J 225-14'SN NOW i 335-16'SN

55 Aliveature Driving Course, NOW
Associa- -184 $ tl
sponsored by the American 329
tion of Retired Persons (AARP) and .
Clay Electric Cooperative for the .
month of November,is scheduled for( CONTROL
Tuesday, Nov. 14, and Friday, Nov: 420 Power Blower
.J-Ieadiit hes
Services, ; : NOW30S16.SN ,3 n'i
17 at the Keystone Senior INJURIES >
Inc on Commercial Circle across Neck: & Arm $119aa
from the Post Office in downtown Mid Back Woil:, Related NOW =-
Keystone Heights. Low Back & Leg Sports
Hours are 1-5 p.m.This will be the $299" --
last course offered until Feb. 1990.
Florida Law requires all auto insurance Auto Accidents ..
carriers to offer a discounton ELEVEN NEW RUGGED AND DEPENDABLE '
premiums to qualified graduatesage Pruts,-Discounts .
miXvaibkbty Sufject to Local'D. k
55 and older of an approved DR. RICHARD C. TULLER ,
course such as 55 Alive.
Persons interested in taking the FLORIDA
November course are asked to con CHIROPRACTIC CARE 964-5745
tact Keystone Senior Services Inc.at WHEN YOU NEED IT s
473-2065 or Dr.George Woodward,55 "
Alive instuctor, at 496-3327. STARKE 1
There is a fee of $7 for course DAYS A WEEK POWER
materials. Space is limited to first I YQD OF11CE I HOUKS: STARKE EQUIPMENT
each come course.first served for 25 persons Office Flours: Mon.-Fn 8:3O.6 OO p.m. SoIL IJy Appointment 964-8568 I

The 55 Alive Mature Driving Program -
has so far this year graduated I
101 persons.
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Salk Aluminum 2 Tank Specials

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The o $49 e $119 U

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Includes: completely :
NO DEPOSIT completely installed : .NO INSTALLATION COST Installed.

Chiropractic 48 GALLONS OF GAS (Will furnish up to 10 ft of tubing) .

.AUTOMATIC GUAGE-Lets you know when lank is empty, 100 GALLONS OF GAS .
Center instantly switches to full tank,keeps your pilot light burning. .


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TUESDAY NOON, flings 473-3627 "Tftfi.! f, f" 1trs, do d' ST NORTH OF LAWTEY, down C- ..( ." ',-
i E: I wtlon.il s 10/26/89 1,1' '? ,1(. J th /\i' it dtjigy '125. sofa chair tables exorcise ,. A' f. >\ii' i. T .. FOR SALE OR RENT: khf, ,
) Lsri Uf1SDAY, equipment desk pictures, dishes '
d dbployt space 3000-9000 NsEf "f erq t a t r; jeans, clothes and much more, cancel) "H. ..lTHr'u! ,' 1t< "rba.SIr 8iAU&Mfi' | 'thcra, r '''-t% *J J

utsibfontant.ed.dr'ciosslfi.d. Enterprise Park'twllt, s $ if ram 7 s 10/26/89 ti \VI 'i I he," ir i oth.. 5 ; hijnWiJOyi) raol.fffi: ]",
ads is Industries Conl cf '1!. mod t' i> 9 '. 1 Ma! 'J oey.ts.-Hromp .i.KJij

.X I S cents for 5294 TFN feS $' ;{ 1' :; .KJV3,1989. a-2pmmlsc horns muslsell ,it IITSrk. ". fvnfajP + Jf.o&at',1tAf
10/26/89 i I everything, 912 Railord Road, 3rd .' SSKSS lKMhiSn '
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3200 sqft, loop ; a'.,, vi.7 a JtOfM/W-'lvi*' "r *, ; "<" C \

County Telegraph;, 0/(1;( y 1, A'PAYS. '8'30BPW..rain or shine, books, : ELEGANCE 240 rao|N Sq TH< F ,
store can be ren toys, clothes and many more items, I '
r Contact Bill I Lk0 1Qj01g i ; ;' ?, WIOO behind/ Qlins 'Mobile Homes, 1 ; ,
3p TPB new tires. //3 s .. R+ ." .. ,1 oII 'or t\lgnll' W'I : j. '11I' oovsfor t
1 782x13 2wi FOR SALE LEASE, > 1 /26/e9 .;, Er'-' ?y garden qrg $otl r t?
a gyl8l 7000 sq ft two story i + 1 Ity /IAr.;, S sun: 'arJo-Ur( MotdT, dam. I Susan rablei, iotM 4) .aylj

1L5CALIS. one owner, 137 & 139 E Cal toor iso/a bed &"othor.'furniture, curtains, hrautilully lendstpp.if } I "
f St Leased tq >' t'' f of odds BRICK HOWE 4 BE r
ipHes, )Ake new, still P + r ,. bedspreads, baby1tensvjpts' ; .i
? ( iff:take over payments, exchange for Via h S l' 1 1 a. lt' 8 ends 7 I:1 LR, DR. kftcheA W l ,
days 864-9208 or Clyde W Simps rifb101,4tl '-:;: ,10/31/89 1 roops.and ofra1fR ? f.:
r ;. ask for Bobby ;' T.URDAV'I'IOV.4Ih, 830 until 301 book.yard.v7Ni sin
"A ), 3' $ riliuiJ South, Deorwood subdivision, mon, CLEAN, CLEAh// lL' ; 1
i women A children clothing baby heater, btI &(Fttf ,
6AVALIER RS. no I :'bassinet,othorbabyitems.otherml&ct garden tpo{ li>*y': tt .5.
< lApuhM1 'just take over pay- 'jb Items,"cftlt' 964--'5856 7 BETHEL CHURCH

,' Qtr d With 100,000 ; 10/26/89 1 CRYSTAL LAVft FBRpO11EJfs ,
p tX p1us 50.000 AMERICAN MOBILfifl} 't ',..COFNSBR.. P825 ,4 ;at). . In. '
t fr.Bou USED : i -.4-awlfly\ ) clothing all sizes, Shoe toys & HAMPTON }AK4.AlsggB94ii

SI! 'aa1 28 >to 30 miles per t, rNr I'' imiso.toms, Friday A Saturday +
s / > +' A ,7, .1< 10/26/89 1 t,
?ra formation call: $13'M X'\;
{ IDS. home phone, $99 DOWN btwith 't tsr.r' ,' \ '6 isfl&1lY{, YARD SAU.baby;; items, tumif -. :
or IfSP 964-6125, out on + t,' f + ,turo, crafts, Christmas items Slothes i 'hgmi "
2 call Allen.s v 'and more.Saturday',.Nov.4th, 8-2prn,' pvtl 5, 'S
/ tl 10/19/89 4 T"; '430.Center St Slarke 7 hot teprih1 1p1 f 1 qi Ir ,r -.'
Royal 86 PIEDMONT, 56x26 gtfi11{ 1F "41SF omek''. ,' ""1' 10/26/89 1 d.ckingKrell, i I lrt 1
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den and fireplace, chij r ; !1 ta5 ; .
,X ol rings, I973 Dodge Polara r1 26/89 4 FAMILY YARD SALE, Nov.3 4, 2 1/2 link S privacy fence. *:
both balance call 964-856 > !t miles north of Starke on right cancelif COUNTRY STYLE UVINO rf Ip R 11 f
itQnj.318 e ngine, good, $800, ;
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Ir + Fr 1' 1990, 14X50, 2 BHt.Ifea r ur le4? 1 carpet, vaulted c ilings,- *** Wj1 ; tfs
4j i' '3-10 .4 wheel drive, 755-5II4 Circle B L4 ,i A1a1tc FRI% DAY ONLY, next to drive-in movie on new buill-tn appititkuu 1$*"

q d .mvteQ. $1850 orr. Fl 4 r 301 3 miles south of Starke, freezer, fireplaces 4 BRSi, 3 ffi1llii/

*e>4966 firs REPO DOUBLE N/IQiES', E f' + r 'pr'tdar. sofa*chair household. items,clothes decks, 100 ft on' lolfetznleas Gewtf Mr
etc s 10/26/89
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credit or no credit y ""' .1 443r
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toT9 JpodQ*. Aspen station 755-5114CNc1eBHtittl- ijlpk ..FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,8-4pm,1002 GREAT WATERFRONtPROPI 16F4Ap ,i" mr 'v .i

itkfc'uto. trans., call 964- USED 4 MOBILE s i ;qtr' 'r fuller Rd, furniture kitchen cabinet, to I llwy. 100 7.17 acres I" 'p 19i r.
floor clothes
appliances, men
4 a { 10/26/89 starting at $590. d '. u'r dPtvF vacuum $65,000 each and one n- to fit'rs,
; .and. women and variety of Items,
i < 1 12.00x15 stock Circle f3N tl s > ;* x,161 0/r cancel rain 7 t Jj VCtf
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$ 10/26/89 & SAT, NOV 3 & 4. 12913 Raiford Rd, ming pool, con be boughtKUO A ,. "

1982 WOODBROOgjt) $ ...,, closing out apartment due to illness; Ii KINGSUY LAKE WLL4,1t1HiGANTREETt4Acr \\m -.
take up payments, call take over payments.kA !M A Good buys 7 B + 'i Qt ffrj> s -4 '
4 s 1/2 tt E, 0/26/03 1 /ALUO.Iourlol-s, city. watgr "- /y.W, pple ,$'20St '

HANDYMAN SPECIALr, r07. -i SATURDAY NOV.4, Keystone Club SE I with ST/HAMPTON.} .,3accux. iyrs yyl': oletr'
r," f ,$2600> obo, call 964- BR, 2 baths mobile fc.1 l I a !. F '# Estates refrigerator bar set, glass top to city water. ""' a, 4ypr-a'>17y>*

A ,{4 +r 102669Ftr,2 tinble, 782.39494 -/klq: < ao: 't >. table with 4 chairs s/s water bed with I; i J. G.IERR:' 57.: 200'x100? t "
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drawers bikes, swing set lots more fl IiWY. 225:One oere R

: y'X>"t tr :i* ORT L.4 dr hatchback, 1985 10/26/89 mobile hom 1t' '1rrf 1T Fill MJ3-72I5 7 1 s102S89 !1 tOT 9'OOt' A/R ROJtupif, y spe"s j It t 4L Mf"1. s7t 7i 'q C'. .
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p take up payment g47N t { TUOVtNG : .
Li 102689'A 4 x ''r ; Hydraulic .tWTE '- eve ceres, A05th Ave. Gpod Iovestin nl1 E 1 b.,)J(.
beauty chair, old dishes, old furniture .r ,-- t
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b ?t SoN"FASTBACK eoo.. quilt tops a little of everything, 105th '1 .
'SW < ,'tir': 't .: <'A 7Wlo Frontier
l i flpo4oondition,964102689- ST.30I South.Old Eunice Rd 782r
3287 7 6 10126/89' Aitet H.ui'

< tJe LOST DOG small biOWfso 1 ,1, rrrfbvgnr i'.. l' n . . -
4 nose, name "NEIGHBORHOOD YARD SALE SIII..rdeyNoY4th.830'UIfumlltJr'9.c.lolh- I V'
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mist -household
/ < y' gill tog items building .
; vttr 4J! f b i'tra 10/26/89 4 7t.i$> +;r fir.s. n } y bl.'rye k'IoY;, materials Comer CR-225Bai-'cs( 'p: / < i
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}i: e Y 44, tl w 4yt, j6 Drive, furniture, toys, chllds wood
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!- xt+4t TL .t1:}t ., amp,, much more

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'Qjg2 ;loc Cs South of C.R. 100 + !

(WOP PHMNO/ LAKESt Doublswide on ens'oRe'+4

faj- r i#WCTION en 40 acr. catfish farm. 59-89 r,. .vyH3rriop
.Y,0/ U s..7 giro with beautiful 2 story hou.. 6iJ.39] ;, r rj S -1''t
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'y1 270x322xZ43ti'r { ) fof.q.af arto t I' ;4 < Pnrr
i t tt 1JLQT In Country Club Estates, t .fe C !
i pj/d'/ Ik fqr anything mor.? $12,500. l3Q.A4' "0 E ;_ t ;rfEVEAl, ( 7 SAVErj o111Hau :

iipilNlA; lOT in City. Surrounded by Elf 42;/ gauf tW' om nitieaV ,$Ew HOMILv'Il P yiROsef
7' Vovr/ gain at $12.500 102.891 i rrl' a n w1u a q' .pa 1

r \ v $ftN LOOKING FOR to build yq T in t lyd.) to atke.h17.90lt

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tre.f. city water: Build i iacr. Yl gA y Rf (lrf vjsr1,396i ,} (g. .
S M pp pp rpernpare at $3.000. 97.89. HW, ;fiJtt 1t ,t o 8 S4'p'
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INbbO.'opprox. 1600 :;Sdna/TefW.CHl/'A.jEhe( ;: ,7 | b.outlful oaks & pin. 13.89 t k ,+ :,f "isew 7oof flew )taint: 456,000. CHURCH titar t 8 '4116 St npt t, 1 :..;
pr 1 on 301. Price r.daccss. 27d.891i 84 pvbvd BM 3r. fireplaces; :138,000, A CHURCH eWHIGHWAT *"'-" 2tsR'1M"iApt Iso, H, aut.e :.
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lake r'e to$54..
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4 A' !'l' o't ycr |2 ,900. 56-89 4e :42? (IA on 4', ocr.ii $55,000.. I,

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1 1U tHI tHAPPY, ,1'; \)f','(n" ,I, S" ,!'IJJVE..:; ", ."1.11'-' ,: ,, .' 'Flt'"s"'r;; \' ,
.rt; .rS: :; Y l .. 'I BUTANE GAS HEATER with blower,one COMMERCIAL SPACE available In MACHINES NOT WORKING'. : l .Items
n heater natural with blower two ATTENTION HIRINO-Government In 8 to 3 p.m. 6035
gas jobs Keystone Heights. 2 locations: 700 sq. Don't panic. Call Swindell. 4737862. Nov 3,4.9 a.m.
JACK TRIVERMICIDE:: Recognized Queen Ann chairs red valuta call your oreo. $17,840-169,485. Call ft. E 1000 sq. ft. High traffic and vlslblll- Work guaranteed. Used machines $50 Vlllanueva Drive, Keystone Heights.Off .
safe, 4 ffecthr by U.S. Bureauof 964- 948 or 064-5751 12 1-602-838.8885. Ext.R-14027 tIn both locations 473-3193 or and up. 7/20 tfnchg CR 315C. 473-7982 1tpdll-2
s 10/19/89 2 3tpd/1019-26/11-2 PUMPED-and drain lines PACK RAT FAMILY OF SEVEN-ls cleaning
Veterinary Medicine against hook, 473-7683, leave message. 7/6 tfnchg SEPTIC TANKS
round A tapeworms In dogs A cats! 1977 DATSUN pick up truck 30 gal. hot ATTENTION lARN-Money readier ON LAKE GENEVA Furnished efficiency relayed. Prices reasonable. Bradford our their closets. Many Items clothesand to be

Gator I II I Farm Supply,Ole Glory Feed.SGoWWst. water heater Johnson 6hp outboard books-$32,000/year Income potential laundry and dock facilities. $279 Septic Tanks Starke. 9648121. sold: TV, VCR, furniture of, toys, 21 and
6 a motor. Call after 5pm. 964-3808 Details call 1-602-838-8885, Ext, per month.plus deposit. 4732919. 7/6tfnchg much more. Corner Hwy.
10/12/89 10 12. 10119/89 2 BIO4027. 3tpd/10-19-26/ll-2 7/6tfnchg DOORS DRAGGING'FLOORS SAGGING Brooklyn Bay Road Saturday.

HAPPY JACK SKIN BALM: checks RICKS SALVAGE,we've probably got 1111 I PROFESSIONAL PERSON.for fund ralilnj IDEAL RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACE-JI N. HOUSE OUT OP LEVU'-Call LaRue November 4.9 a.m. to.ltpd/11-2 and: 9
scratching 3 relieves Irritated skin From bankruptcies state school and developmental director of loco across street from Hardees. 12'X32', Leveling Service for all your foundation TWO BIG DAYS-Frlday Saturday 34. Furniture .
without steroid*. Promotes healing. A county and building.supply sources. charitable organization. Send retumi $27$. adjoining) 20'X37.3504734375. repairs. Keystone 4737721. 7/9TFN a.m. to 3 p.m., November odds
hair growth on dogs & cats) Gator II Doors dorm, dorrs,cars and trucks. to P.O. Box 1505, Keystone Height, Fl 7/l3rfnchg REPAINTING SPECIALIST-Metal, wood or automotive stuff tires
Farm Supply, Ole Glore Feed, & 301 North. 964-5184 12 32656. 4tchg/10-26-11-16 I RR FURNISHED-house on White Sands block. Roofing and sldewalls, leak and and ends. East on 100, |lust off 219 on

GoMMtt 6 s S 10/19/89 2 $60 PER HUNDREO-remalllng letteri. lake, deck A/C, clean, rust-proofing. Sandblasting and steep Gustalson Road llpd/11-2
11/2/89 10 LARGE EXECUTIVE fireproof desk In from home, Detail tend a self $250/mo.-June. deposit $200. roofing no problem. 14 yrs. exp. Also FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-On 301acrossfrom :
AKC ROTWILL6H PUPPIES 2 males 2female. excellent shape $200 473-2566 addressed stamped .nv.lop. to:: 249.7884,4Ipd/I0.12-11.2 M/H rubber roof-coating. 479-9247. Wal-Mart In Stark., follow signs.for
.. $17$ each, call 782-3622 12. 10/19/89 2 Associates, Box 309T. Colonla, New ON WHITE SANDS LAKE-1 room furnished 4tchg/10/26-ll/16 Tools, household Items
6 s / / COUCH AND CHAIR,couch makes bed, Jersey 07067. Btpd/10-26/12-14 cottage 400s H, carport. S:22: ,. Includes PLASTERING AND STUCCO-Ncw and everyone. ltpd-ll-2
FREE KITTENS- beautiful yellow and $75 for both 473-2566 12 BABYSITTER NEEpED-for\ 3 mall utilities 721-5447 or 473.2909 repairs Call Rennle. 18 years ex
i white kittens 064-8012. or 964-6813 s 10/19/89 2 children afternoons and some morn 2tchg10/26-11/2 perience. 479-9247. 1 tchg/10.26: MOBILE HOMES
6 S 10/26/89 1 PECANS for sale$.75.shelled$2.00 call Ings. Loving, reliable person, nonsmoker LAKEFRONT COTTAGE Twin lake, SHINGLE ROOr-Rubber coating.
PEEK A POO PUPS, s/w. $100, call 964- 964-5640 12 I own transportation and 28R/1 IA. Available alt.r Nov 1 Eliminates tear-off forever. Easy FOR SALE
5119 8 S 10/26/89 10/19/89 2 references required. Call 4753240.: $300.mo. plus deposit. 473.3856. maintenance. Leak proof.
ANTIQUE RIFLE COLLECTION only 2tchg/n-2-9 4tpdlO-26/1l-16 479-9247-Melrose.: Itchg/10.26 MOBILE HOMES POR SALE-$ 9
) "l..{ iU; l fo: fj'raJ1 1 Interested parties need call, no dealers CRUISE LINE HIRING.Immediate open BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS-New home for BABVSITTING-ln my home. Call down$135 mo. Set up on lot w/pool.
,... :! ,,, :, ,," "h' Seasonal and 2tch g/1-2-9 13.25 APR, 8 Call
\ ." '1i'Jj'" ": ': please, call 964-4337 12 Ing. career oppor weekly rental $300 per week, year- 4739176. Easy credit, yrs.
I.: J(jlJr"' t f'W'1" (';L."i'' S 10126/89 1 tunities. Excellent pay. World travel round. 3BR/3BA, sleeps 10. Gorgeousview. FLOOR SAGGIN.DOOR Allen, 7831420. 4tchg/10-26/11-16
LOT WITH EXISTING septic tank and Call 1-518-459-3535, Ext. P3339A. Call Mary Brut at 473.2769: or Jo DRAQGIN.HOUSE OUT OF MOBILE HOME /70-2BR/2B., Built In appliances.

OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: wooded well, owner financing, 964-6471 3tpd/11-2.16 Knott at 272-9S98 far brochure Information. LEVEL?? LaRue Leveling Service for No cash, just| take overpayments
tots river access. $5450 each. No 12. 10/25/89 3 HEADLINE DRIVERS PST FLATBED 2tchg/10-26/H-2 all your foundation repairs. 473-7721 of $268: p.r month. Phone
money down.$65.41 month. Owner. 'I- MARY'S VARIETY SHOP: Sales wicker has Immediate openings in their 44 MOBILE HOMES-2 or 3 bedrooms. //17 k 10/26/89 5 904-282-0212 or 19047445732.

236-4579 or L622-2438 TFN used furniture, appliances, TV's staleseml.ftal.bedoperadon.Top pay, $39-)90 per month. SR 100. across ltpd/11-2
10. 10/26/89 5IKOKSAI.K microwaves, VCR's .You name It, I loaded & empty bonus package, from Lak. Geneva. Call 473-7566 or HOMES FOR SALE MUST SELL QUICKLY-Gettlng married.
cany III.) Alwas looking for such items. insurance, passenger program. HubandAvife 473-7810. 4mos.pd/10-26/4/9/90 3B/2B daub I.-wid., 4-ton heat pump.
I" : )I II Stop in if you wish to sell something. teams welcome. WE an MOBILE HOME ON PRIVATE LOT-4 mites ONE LAKESIDE HOME with separate New carpet. 300 .q.ft. covered deck.
I 304 E. Call SL, 9643250. Eveningscall also looking for heavy haul driven North on Highway 21, 3BR-1 1 1/2BA, with 2 S29.500 OBO, or 2 Nicely landscaped. 100x190 lot. 1344
I ISO GALLON Lf GAS TANK aboveground 964-5813. Don't call after 9pm. and owner operators. If you qualify I" covered patio, 2 storage buildings. Call garage lakeside homes acres, 4 acres $59,900 OBO.Keystone .q.ft. Excellent condition. 27400.
after 6.473-4493. $269/mo., $26'd.po.lt.4tchg10.19119 leave message 4737290. I will return
tank. Call Kenneth Crlder TFN 12 t 10/26/89 800-726-7303 15 k Heights area. 1659.2779:
9645827.: 2tchg 10/26-11/2 5 your call. 4tchg112.1123
ON HIGHWAY FRONTAGE FOR SALEPIANOWonted' TWO BEDROOM-on lake Brooklyn, completely 7/20 tfnchg
2 1/2 -
Oak Lake with 3BR
Seasoned $40 Smith
beautiful beach
furnished ,
,well and septic tank$500 down
load of block house $48,000. 473-7912
half cord also pick-up 2VtBA
per around month, to deck. $379/mo. 479-9207 or 473.4903.2tchgI0.2611.2 .
$160 quali- : Responsible person
smaller piece $25(oak) plus barrels payments 4tpd 10-9/26: 6365 WOOFARD DRIVE Fleetwood
of starter at $5 per pick-up at Sunshine fied buyers. 782-3333 12 take on small monthly payments on GOVERNMENT HOMES-from $1Urepalr owner financing 3BR 2 Ba, CH/A.
10/26/89 2 See Call at TWO BEDROOM-Mobile Home, nice lot,
I piano. locally. manager fireplace front/rear patio.ehain link
Industries,located In Enterprise ( ) Delinquent tax property.
Industrial Park S.Rd. 100 E. next to HOSPITAL BEDS.$75 Whispering Pines ((800)) 631-7611 anytime.3tchg101926ll2 near clty.Adults only. Call 4732658. Repossessions. Call1.602.B38-8B85 ht.GHI4027.3tpdI12,9,16 fence yard, 2 car carport Mathews
12 Care Center call: 964-6220 2lpd/11-2-9 Realty 964-4469 4NICE
I WEAG, 964-7699 12. 10/26/89 4 SATELLITE SYSTEM-LIke new. 6 mos old CALL CENTURY 21-Showcase Propertiesfor family this ski- k 10/26/89 5
10/26789 2 LAKE-put your
1979 s Dataun.PI t lakefront homes mobile homes, office
big tlres.air cond..may trade for what $3.50 pound shelled call 964-8592 $49/month.l-272-1018 and, Agriculture, 1768 sq.ft. 6677 SR21. No Clay county. Low down payment,
after 6pm weekdays 12 4tchg/10-26-11-tn: space ministorages.(904)473.4903.Stchg10.19112.23
have you 964-5687 12 assumable mortgage.$67,000 Firm. owner finance monthly payment /
S $250. 473-2566 4 k
S 10/='6/89 5 with 6chalrs.l25 FOR SALE OR TRADE 1978 Gremlin, divorce. 51111 under warranty. Nothing CUSTOM BUILT. 4 BR brick home. 35 10/19/89 2AUTOMODILES
FORMICA runs good $400 also 1982 Honda down. $39/mo. 12721030. WANT TO BUY acres, all city utilities, entire proper
bunk beds with'" mattresses$200; two beautiful building lots ,
Goldwing. $1,000. call 964-8175 4tchg/10-26-11-t6
Chester drawer $25 each 533-2515
; 12. 10/26/89 1 DOG BOX FOR PICK-UP-4'x5'x2'. factory call 964-6300.for appointment.
10/26/89 1
MANY 12.ITEMS STATUTE scope mortar 86 FIREBIRDV-6 ac.ps.pb.ac.new built, fiberglass. Cost around $500. Sell GOOD, USED-Baby Items. 4737140evenings 10/26/89 5
tires.take over payments.also 81 F- for 1/2 price. 473-0526.2tpd/IO-26-ll-2: -
mixer concrete cutter, organ, water 1 ltchg/11-2 1913 MERCURY GRAND MARQUISOneowner.
CLOTHES DRYER $25.00. Call 473.4470after
ISO 302autoo/dccacpspbfactory
1600 lb. scale ANIMALSFOR loaded. Call
cabinets. condition
pumpsnew( ), duel fuel tanks.tactory. tach$2400als 5. ltpd/1026 Mint
bar-q gnllnew), Dodge van parts 87 Yugo.ac.stereo,23.000 miles, TWO WINDOW A/Cs-upright freezer, LAND FOR SALE 4737920. llchg/10-26/11-2
mowers x-ray (photo gama), tools call 964-9119 431-1204 dryer 19-Inch color TV, Stainedglasshanging SALE 2 Great Danes, Male and 171 GRANADA-Sedon. Good tires.
$2250. or
light fixtures, several motors 5000 12 a 10/26/89 1 lamp. 4737678. itpd-11/2 TWO BEAUTIFUL CLEAR-lols, 100 ft.on Female, AKC adults. 481-3082 I Good on gas, runs OK. Needs some

watt generator,MORE. Back miles of south BrownIng of- NORGE 2 DOOR REFRIGERATOR// TRUCK TOPPER-SWB, Window lights, the wat.r-Hall Lake. $33,000 each. 3tchglO/l9-ll/2 work. $::250 obo. 473.3956 ltpd/11-2

Tractor Pans :21/2 from 301 Quick freezer runs great, 30call! 964-5941 white, fiberglass, rubber bedllner In.clud.d. 473-7678. ltpd/11-2
Stare! on 301 across
12. 10/26/89 1 $200 firm. 473-9098 or
12 10/26/89
ON ALL FABRIC.Pinehurst 4732183. ltchg/11-2
25% OFF

ELECTRIC 1 LIFT CHAIR 473-4576 one year old, Variety Elem. Hwy Store 100., across 964-5587 from Southsida 12 AUTOMOBILE Qldsmoblle Cutlass-2.8-V6-Low MOTORfrom 84 Area Ads J
mint condition call I
12. 10/26/89/ 1 s 10/26/89 5 mileag.-473.3334. 1 Itpdl1 I 1.2 [ County

LARGE PONY with excellent disposition, TWIN SIZE OAK HEADBOARD. I year
has Pony Is old excellent condition $50 twin size I _
very gentle but spirit ..
: :
;; -
very good with children or teenagers.Will boxsprlngs and mattress very good -HOMES FOR SALE
consider keeping pony In my condition. $100. 964-5695 after 5:30: SERVICESWILl FOR SALE

until Christmas 964-7145 pm 12 s 10/26/89
pasture 1lWO PIANO FOR SALEWanted: Responsibleparty WOOD FRAME HOME Three bedroom
10/26/89 2 CLEAN YOUR HOME Reasonable
HOTPOINT RECLINERS and side by side refrlgeralorfreezer to take over payments on piano. with 2 fireplaces on shaded lot. Threemiles
NO FHOST. 20.8 cu ft with rates. Anytime. Hours to suit you. Harriet See locally. Call Manager" at of Springs.Call .
253 south Worthington
Icemaker $150, call\ 964-5647 12 s 10/26/89, call 964 1 Block. Call 4963339.. 10/26 2tpd. 800-639-7611 anytime. 3tpd.PlANb'FOR"Altft 4621170. 9/29 tlncho.FORRENT.

46 SHEETS GALVANIZ89 ROOFIN RUMMAGE SALE NOVE 3 & FELLOW-4,9-2PM. 11/2 .' -..", .' 10/19.11/5.' "..pon. ..ibU party to ...-- "'-

x 20', is each. Poles posts METHODIST CHURCH
HELP WANTED assume small monthly payments on
other misc. building materials, 964- See locally. Call manager at
8122 12 10/26/89 BRADFORD CO.LIBRARY.BARGAINSHBARGAINSil I. ATTENTIONiIARN MONEY READING 800 piano.-633.7611 anytime. 3lpd.10/19,11/5 OFFICE SPACE, 150 W. Main Street,

1MUSICAL OOKSI$32OOO-year Income poten HEAVY DUTY SEARS KENMORE DRYER $100,00 month. Call 4962261.
10/26/89 1
INSTRUMENTS. AS LOW AS GREENS 12. and tender amount tial. Detail ((1)602-838-8885) Ext. slightly used $75 children training LOOK JUST OUTSIDE RAIFORD CITY
$14.99 PER MONTH. CALL 964- young if any Bk9127. 3tpd.1019,112ATTENTIONIRINO wheel bicycle used 4 months old $50 LIMITS, mobile home for rent, 3BR, 2
all kinds, call 964-4401. no answer LAKEGENBVABMUrnEnjoy
6946. 12 s 9/7/89 call In the evening 12 Government (obsour Phone 496-1327. 1tchrg.11/2 baths, a/c.4 cent.heat. washing machine
the gorgeous view from your area. $17,84069,481. Call 12GUAGI REMINGTON 1100 with co... shade trees private yard private -
NEWSPAPER PLATESluminum.Measures 1982 S DODGE 10/26/89 D-50.1 4 wheel drive custom pine paneled florida room or boat. 1-602.838.8885. Ext 9127. 3tpd. 10/26. 26"barrell Improved cylinder new con- drive$250 month$200 deposit
24x36 Fish, Swim from your beach. Lake 11/9. dition $229.00 49631971tpd.112
lnches..SO each. Great for patchingand bed $2800. new Remington living with dry convenience.> Walk to CRUISE SHIPS Now hiring all positions. ANTIQUE CHINESE CHIPPENDALE SOFA 431-1568 13 u
repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 W. model 7400. 30-06. $300.10/26/89 call 964- park, library, shopping.Affordable Both skilled and unskilled. For Information $250 Antique stained glasslamp $3:2: $ 10/26/89 1

Call St Starke 12 s 7173 12 s at$99,000. call ((615)) 779-5307 Ext.HI667. 35.000 BTU vented LP. go. heater
52 2 2tpd. 10/26, 11/2. call 496.3463 onytimeTFN YARD SALESAT
9/7/89 251 Ford motor and Jrv $79.00
3 I MILES ON SRIOO. iVSmithi ,
\ James
transmission, both good Charles ASSOCIATES
REALTOR" 4V night 10 to 6 a.m. Sat. night 10
782-3140 12 p.m. MOBILE HOMES .
12 -
Thompson 964-6209 NOV. 4 at worthington
to 6 a.m. $6.00 hr. plus $.10 per l.rlng.ov.
10/26/89 S CALL 375-7O39 p.m.
I e 10/26/89 1 FOR SALE ass.Alot of Avon
mile travel. Call Suwannee ValleyMedical.
HANOI HOUSE PORTABLE buildings 1974 OLDS 4 DOOR 75,000 79S-9S37-24hrs. or ((496-2189)ltchrg.11/2)
storage buildings, garages, green- orig.milesacnew tires andpemt$950excellent STURDY BUNK BEDS $75 plus with mattress
houses. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Hwy conditlon.also: 496-303-4-doys. 2tchg. 10/26 11/2. 190 14' x 50' 2 BR, 1 Bath $6999.00 Coll chest of rowers $25 household
301 South 964-8943 TFN12X21 $40.00 per HUNDRED remalllng letters 799-5114, Circle B Homes, Lake City, FL 2nd Ave
1967 Mustang $350 needs work.atso! ; The Amazon River In South Americais from home. Details send self- Bad Items and clothing. 270 S.W.
a / /NO slide In camper for pick: up sleeps 4, miles than the REPO DOUBLEWIDS $1000.00 down. lake Butler. Call 496-3021. Sat. Nov. 4ltchrg.l2
CARPORT $7go, DOWN 4.000 long-longer addressed, stamped envelope to; credit or no credit. You con buy. Call
3 burner stove and oven refrigerator highway route between New York Associates Box 309-T. Calonla, N.J.
PAYMENT .Hand) House portable good condition $400. call 964-2892 799-9114. Circle B Homes Lake City FL I.J. Fc.lSTER's HOUSE 360 n.w. 3rd st.
buildings Hwy 301 South Starke 964- 12. 10/26/89 1 City and San Francisco.AFFORDABLE. 07067. 6tpd. 10261130. side- USED MOBILEHOMES Slnglewldes starting sat. Nov. 4th 8:00-noon Lots of girl.
8848 TFN 12 a HELP WANTED Experienced at $500.00. Doublewldes also in clothes and other bargains.llpd.l
learners and In-.-.. Also hiring stock. Call 755-$1 14. Circle B. Horn.,
ill other production workers. No experience Lake City. FL. 4tchg or tin. 10/12 NOTICE

TIRESlO00&u4j necessary looking lor full 10/19 10/26, 11/2.
USED :' time employees. Good benefit Sal JiATH CHIarge lot unfurnished
Butler Classified deadline Is MONDAY, 5
package. Apply In person: Lake stove and refridgeratar $300 a month4962994.ltchrg.112
Apparel. 2nd Street lake P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
TJI.E. APARTMENTS Butler. 0/I22tcha. 1011.I Minimum charge Is 13 words for$3.50

$ ( 022:. Brownlee St. FOR SALE then IS c.ntl'or each word thereafter.

Camp BlandingRd.

Starke.FL 32091 FIREPLACES t WOODSTOVESFlorlda'slargest
selection over 40 different

.964-7133 models stock. New used trade-in's.
HIGH TREADNO Well worth the trip. The Wooditove SFireplace

RECAPS & NO REGROOVES 2 & 3 DR. family oriented. \\Ilh. I St. Golnsvllle Center 2031:Fl.Northwest Toll Free 6th

laundry & largo playground.
10/19 11/30.
Free clcclriclly Hi>L month. 1-600-924-2679.: 7tpd. '
BIG OAK TIRE II INC Kent 20%of your monthly. PIANO party to FOR take over payment.: on piano.
Income if you quality.Ifyou Sea locally. Call Manager at

9649388U.S. earn $3.35 per lir.. 40 BOO-63S-7611 anytime. 3tpd. 1 Bedrooms from $155/mo.
In-*. a week & have 3 r 10/19,11/S.
301 N. 1601 N. TEMPLE AVE. dclw ntknts. your rent would be >URNITUR11 rust recliner $7S, 1 mapleInn 2 Bedrooms from lG5/mo.

(Next to Kentucky Fried Chicken) about 9112. u month or$3.73 table a lamp S7$, stereo with

per day fur clays !lcl\ In month.for 4963669.cassette deck:2tchg.and 10/26 phonograph, 112IREPtACES $90, 3 Bedrooms . .$205/mo.

after the first.
move-In a WOOOVTOvs l-lofiua
-Qualified singles Accepted. largest selection over 40 different
Move-In coat can be as low as models stock. New used, trade-in's.
Low Incom. the The Woodstova t C e ea
Well worth trip.
Aheatf1oflm' ts$10.00. Sea allowingRent Fireplace Center 2031: Northwest 6th

I *for 3O%. St.1-800-924-2679.Golnsvllle 10/19, Fl.7tpd.Toll 11/30.Free

Equal a
of Your laconic

I w.urdR/yon Housing IfYou Qualify

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u t .Ts txund to provide.bno-txliiui fcdkw 3 seniors. need
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the.ama ape hio&b efficiency hdps.....your we offer housing, hr. supervtalon hot
_"1'' :b1Ic.c utilities maid and meals, laundry service

MnfarmndrtidionliM ,.. Pump Sales I & Service On All Makes laundry a 34 hr. emergency acrvtcc*with cansystem. >stay day.Certified week, king nursingassi. term

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N CAC047WM aesbq..harro.et* *. .I 9(>4-8025 964-7061 Bres 884 W.a Weekend Temple) Are.964-7578. Starke 1 MUe South on SR 328. Hampton.. FL Sue'Lett Walker I!


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I l Starke Area Ads J iIlOMESFOI.SAel: ; eEHsoNtLSERY.I; Cl v-- Ar llSNtU: :S" I .V.(;-!I<:. {

home.Family/dlnlng room, screened YOUR BUSINESSWANT) 10/ LAST minula.14 hr.
,c rerwwal oourse for
: 'lJ1JSFORS: l : FI nU1Ntl :_ ; .- HElll '.VVANTKD- : porch.oarage.fencedbackyaid.newlpainted.wallpaper.. / STOP? THAT'S OUR( broker and salesman by correspon
Saratoga Alcoholics Anonymous 964-361$ fiance, full price 8.7i|
: six room house EFFICENCES CLEAN, air conditioned, Heights,9647634a 16t
barn 964-4150.964-8614 School of REal
Owner win WANTED.KITCHEN HELP, experiencedonly 10/5/89 //'17 ,904-375-0727.
finance $20001aCAl.cai carpet utilities paid no drinking or 4
964-7771 or 96..537 TFN distrubno children or pets 964-5687 apply. Must be dependable and 3 BR.I bath wood frame house, separate WILL WATCH/CARE FOR YOUR CHIP, 10/26/09 17 s
0 honest Apply in person from 2:30: pm block In my home. 9643521. 17 1
a 10/26/89 5 13 a 10/26/69 5 garage and utility, 1.75 acres, TIRED
LAWJEY ACREAGE APARTMENT RENT 3 to 4pm. China Garden Starke Wilson Road,call 964-8956 after 10/12/89 3 WILL CRACK PE-
:with road rooms,stove, 5pm CANS IN
Can 15 s 10/26/89 //1S IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH, have yOi/ exchange for pecans. 964-
REAL refrigerator 1st floor, off street park- s 10/5/89 4 / 5990
tor6detai.MATHEWS 17 .
8 log $50 week, can 964-8498 $60 PER HUNDRED remailing letters from SALE-MOBILE HOME-14X60 water tested and use our water filttS 2 102689ftlTE
s 10126/89 5 13. 10/26/89 1 home. Details, send self-addressed, CONCORD.Needs some minor repairs free for 5 days Aqua-Clear.964-92\1 WAY
8 ACRE TRACT: acres of SMALL FURNISHED APARTMENT,utilities stamped envelope to : Associates, ,clear title,not tires.wheels.$950or 17 s 10/19/89 3 ROOFING CO.. new roofs
5 acres of Improved drained mature pines Included, can 964-5970 Box 309-T, Colonla, N.J. 07067 best offer. 782-3658 16 TRACTOR WORK MOWING AND TILI\ homes tear Off and reroof,leaks fixed mobile
property, 15 s 10/26/89 5 ING,CALL Carlton Craft at 964366v roofed, carpentary and haulIng -
13. 10/12/89 3
pecan trees,fruit 10/26/89 1
,mobile home free
well, aeptic. Great building site for MOBILE HOME LOTSPACE FOR RENT ASSEMBLY/WAREHOUSE, top pay all FOR SALE BY OW NER,7 rooms 2 baths, anytime Jimmy O'Steen 964-73W\ P64-76I2 17, call 964-3392 or
shifts open now IT A PT trainees on 100x200 lot in after 5pm TFN 17 s s
small ranch.Located I mile!from Starke call 964-7895 13 s town,$45,000 owner 1/I89 t
Golf Course., 34900. 964-8602 af- 10/26/89 2 also 355-5500 15 s financing with$11,500 down,10%inter- 10/26/89 5 "BABYSITTING BY
10/26/89 2 CHAIN LINK FENCE installed. Free FORMER NURSE
ler est 9642796116 : eS\i-\
o I
9/7/89 pm. o 12 I KINGSIEY LAKE LOFT APARTMENT WAREHOUSE$$TOP PAY$$, hiring all 10/19/89 2 mates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO A 1 alt, EMT, any shift, can 964-2611
tAWTEY Hwy 125 farm house with 70 available Nov. 1. Singi.or coupU. Call shifts now, will train 355-5500 FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 BR I 11/2 bath owner Tommy Reddish, 964-8551': PAT LESSONS FOR CHILDREN
fenced acres, 2 wells, cow barn, 4 533-2684 or 9645826. 2tchg 1026112JHE1I1WANTBD' 15 s 10/26/89 2 block house family room with free TEN7 s 10/26/88 Bobbie Sue O'Brian.Call with
EASY 5STRICKLAND'S 964-7717 for
standing fireplace,
chicken houses, livingroom,kitchen
approx. 50 acres in information. 17
hay pasture 964-4469 semble products at home. Call for separate dining room, carport and SEWING MACHINE s
11119 Mathews : : ; ;: ). : Information 504-641-8003, ext. 9579 utitlity room, fenced yard with barn, SALES AND SERVICE: All make_; AVAILABLE 10/26/89 3
10/26/89 5 t 15. 2 call 964-5647 16 I and models deaned, oiled and ac(. FOR HOUSECLEANING
Th11/2/89 of 10/19/89 Justed $15. New and used FRIDAY and Saturday good references
road frontage on ForsYlh Road acres Phone 964-2222. Itchg 112JOBOPPORTUNITIES aplications for position of COMTEMPORARY ENERGY EFFI- machines. Hwy 233 A 16 (Morgan I 10/26/89 1 17
Must be least CIENT HOME for sale, 3 bath Road) 964-8733 TFN 1 t
13500. call (-407464682709 IN firefighter. at 18 yrs. old BR 2 Het A SITTER?CALL CAROL
// s 10/5/89 5 AUSTRALIA andcertified flrefightar.Apply City Hall, 1456 sqft.ch/a,paved dead end street, S 10/26/89 5 childcare in ,experienced -
Openings available In several areas 209 N. near hospital&Elem.school ROOFING AND REPAIRSPressuri: my home,conven
20 Personnel ,
Thompson $51,900
K C,5.Ef', 16 WEST turn by will train. For Info.call :3127428620'ext Office. 15 call 431-1165 16 washing. Call 9648341. Terry Park lent to prison on 16 West,call 964-8147
s I
available,call Shop 782-3665, owner 9 financing 10/05/89 362. *15 4 15 s 10/26/89 2 10/26/89 5PERSONAL 5 TFN 17 s 10/26/89" 17 s 10/26/89 1

16 ACRE POULTRY days a week.Apply In at Ter-
time. For
RAMONA COURSE,held on week
with 1860 sq ft 3BR 2 bath home with willegar Quick Lubefrom 9 to 6 400
co. custom motor
7823068.AVON. cycle
15 ends l2-6pm.full /
15 WELL DRILLING PUMPS ft SERVICE proe$185Chistie'k
s 10/26/89 :
laundry room,pool,pecan trees,pole S 10/26/89 5 Durrance School Real Estate 2400 NE Wald runs great, good gas mileage $450.
barn Private road.$275,000 PART TIME FLORIDA TIMES UNION Pump & Supply Co, Water
,contact ANYONE 473-2566 21
CAN APPLYI Guaranteed Visa/ Road, Ashley Park, Gainesville FlorIda s
Melvin Griffis ..196484689S has an opening for a morning carrierIn systems specialists. 864 N. Temple \ 10/19/89
10/19/89 2 MC,US Charge.Even with bad credit. Lake Butler area.Must have dependable Ave, US 301 Starke, 32091 TFN 904-375-0727. 375-0637 2
No one refused. Call 213-925-9906 17 17 s 10/26/89 1 SUZUKI I MOTORCYCLE.MC.$275 call
22 1/2 ACRE FARM.fenced,2 Dams 2 ext. U44241S transportation,home phone, s 10/26/89 5DON'T 64-5054 21
BR mobile home with front addition 10/05/89 4 s and able to post cash bond.Will be LET YOUR CHILDS GRADESand 10/26/89 1 s
near town. Call Thornton & Associates ATTENTION available Dec.lst.! Call or come by the self-esteem sink this year. Call
964-4223 9 : EARN MONEY READING Starke Branch, 1605 N. Temple Ave, 964-8594. TFN 17 S
BOOKS!$32 Income AUTO
10/26/89 1 OOOIyear poten Mon-FrI 9-3pm 964-5165 15 10/26/89 5 SALESAT
tial. Details. 1-1-602-838-8885., ext BK s 10/26/89 2 ALTERATIONS: zippers, hems, buttonholes -
_. :FOR RENT. 12688 15 s 10/19/69 WANTED: COOK apply at Buddy's Restaurant patches.etc. Drop off and pick S. 301 ACROS A tf&OM: WAL-MART
3ATTENTIONHIRINGI 468-2080 15 up. 7 days a week.7am-8pm.964- Will Finance Ytfur Next Car For
MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY ) Government|jobs. S 10/26/89 1 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from As Little As $299 t S ftvv \ & $39 Per Week
WATERSEWER CABLE TV 964- your area. $17,840 $69.485. Call I- SEVERAL POSITIONS AVAILABLE, SouthsWe Elem. Hwy 100TFN ?
602-838-8885. Ext. R 3493
7498 TFN 13 s seamstress, upholster meg welder. 17 s 10/26/89 5 '
10/26/89 5 15 s 10/19/89 3 experienced only, apply at Bradford HANDY MAN: Reasonable rates. Paint- NO INTEftS1 LOANS!
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY EASY WORK! EXCELLENT PAY! Assemble Furniture on Rd 16. no phone calls Ing, Plumbing, Electric A Home Re- CALL E43003
products at home. Call for pairs.25yrs.experience.Woody 964-
1 BATH 964-7498 TFN 13 Information.15 S 504-64l-8003.ext 10/19/89 2 9579. 'RV'S'&ICAMPEKSWINNEBAGO :: 9018 s or 10/5/89 Tommy 964817017 4David 1981 Fordswrt Wagon

s 10/26/89 5 THE CITY OF STARKE IS accepting MOTOR HOME for sale or Auto. P.S.. Air. AM/Fjyt. family Economy Car
HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for applications for position of laborer in will trade for van, call 964-5116 for 399 *
rent Close to prison. Call 468-1323. the Street Dept. Must have Florida more Information 19 ONLY Dan, 38 per week
TFN 13 s 10/26/89 chauffers license. Apply at City Hall, S 10/26/89 2 Easy Way Auv SAlea at 8.301
5STATE Personnel office, 209 N. ThompsonSt. Across from W \r>taArt Q64-3O03
EMPLOYEES,need home close '
15 s 101989REAL
to your work? We have dean mobile 2 Lawson Paint & Body Shop 1972
homes available call 468-1323. TFN ESTATE LICENSE COURSE only Ton Pickup
13 s 10/26/89 5 4 weeks.Call 1-755.4040.North Fl.Real ''tln urancec vs. Auto. P.s.. Cleft,1299: Cash
FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIRall utilities Estate College. TFN 15
paid. From $37.50 up weekly. s 10/26/89 5 1967 Ford 1/r' 'Jfori
MAGNOLIA HOTEL, Walnut St. RN'S ICU-NED-SURG. Work 3 nights CR229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 9646133Senior Piclcuop
Recently RebV lt X90
Starke, In front of Post Office. get paid for 5Mon.-Fri..7pm- Engine
13 S 9/7/89 52 Tam.good pay with benefits Contact Auto. P.S.. CASH PRA ONLY $1495FURNITURE
FOR LEASE-BR mobile home I
on acre Kay Dowling atEd: Fraser Hospital
3 miles out of Starke, call 973-3743 159 N.3rd Sl, cclenny, Fl. 32063 Registered Nurse
//13 s 10/5/89 4 call 259-3151 15 S
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT, heat 10/26/89 1 Minimum qualifications.Florida Licensure as a professional:

pu mp ooo led and eated,walled patio, JOB OPPORTUNITY Position: Program registered nurse and one year experience.
off street parking outside storage, Coordinator, Starting salary $17,5009.300based Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable
964-8601 13 s $! ( on training & exp..To)
10/26/89 5 coordinate and develop the Implementation up to $28,000. annually. (Benefit package worth over$8.000).
2 BEDROOM, Small house,$245 month of Individual program plans I
$125 deposit,call 964-8602 after 6pm for handicapped individuals at the Correctional Medical Technician CERT
13 s 10/19/89 3 Sunshine Industries work center. I. Minimum' qualificiations. Florida Licensure as a practical nurse.
KINGSLEY LAKE LOFT APARTMENT, Applicant: BS In human services or

-call available 533-2686 Nov.or 1st 964-6826, single or couple, related development and 2 AA yr. and exp.3 In yr.program of progressive to Salary$18,000 based anuaUy-Benefit on credentials and package experience.worth over Salary$5,000)negotiable. .. up h .. ... .. ...,SAIiE-- | .. .

13 S 10/19/89 2 exp. Send Resume to: Bob New Clinic under construction. Successful candidate will be
3BR, 11/2 bath house, with fenced backyard Larimer.Executive Director.Sunshine !
eligible for all Florida career service benefits, including Stars: .
$200 sec. dep.. $350 month, Industries P>O> Box 509 SllII1 -call 964-7404 for more info. TFN Fl.. 32091, 964-7699Closlng Date: IV Contributions to health: insurance and retirement, 13 paid .ication:
13 s 10/26/89 5 15/89 15 S 10/26/89 days, 10 paid holidays and sick leave. Deferred compensationplan
GUN'S SUBDIVISION. MOBILE Home 1HEADLINE CEU's and in-service training.
lots for rent, water and sewer furnished DRIVERS PST FLATBEDS, Invel'
cable tv available. 782-3333 has Immediate openings In their 48 Large ; .. 1Y
TFN 13 I 10/26/89 state semi-flat-bedoperation.Top pay Interested persons should contract:
5COUNTRY loaded S empty, bonus package,
HOME, 3 miles Into town, Insurance, passenger program. Hus R. Nate Holton, Personnel Manager of House
2BR furnished with water bed $250 band/wife teams welcome. WE are New River Correctional InstituteP. Type
month, first, last and deposit, 964- also looking for heavy haul drivers O. Cox 333
5540 13 I 1026893BR and owner operators.If you qualify,I-
Raffbrd FL 32083
1 800-726-7303 15 5 & Mobile Home
HOUSE$250 plus utilities.$**) security 10/26/89 1 or Phone EOE/F
deposit, 964-7650 or 964-8681 JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA, (904) 964-4000 PQ-RR-56
13 s 10/26/89 1 openings available In several areas,
2BR COTTAGE IN COUNTRY,$300 plus will train.For Info.call:3I2-742-8620. Preference shall: be given veterans and spauscs of vclcntnsrNORTHCENTRAl Furniture All
utilities, partially furnished, call be- exl 362 15 a
tween 9am. Ipm, 984-5414. 10/26/89 4 an__ ___ -- -
13 s 10/26/89 2
ONE BRAND BATH 1st floor,one BRand -r, ..ade < Furniture On
bath 2nd floor no pets, $175 month INSTALLEDw
each, 904-9642713: LIMITED TIME OFFER / a.Ahlvivcc;

$",- ':'<1'l. I CELLULARSTARKE Radiant PHONE Mount .MotorVox
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SAU 964-4238 .Pagers Models
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Nov. 3rd & 4th Payme from $25.00 per mo.ScottLazenby .
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apply in person or call ((904))
496-2222. ext. 176 or send t Bradford Family
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Center. P. O. Box 628. Lake y

Butler. FL 32054. Equal S"AF2 'F o,r s e.. T 0/r,
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be given to eligible veterans Board.Certified Family Physician
of veterans.AcrpM .
3 and spouses General. Pediatric and '

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November 2, IOKII

Obituaries. Cemetery with Rev. Leroy Olive of
, Robert A. Wiley officiating. Burial Kingsley Lake.Graveside ficiating, under the direction ol I
Church. funeral services were
'I. from page 7B day, Oct. 29 in Park of the Palms and Survivors include four daughters, was in Ft. Call Cemetery under the held Oct. 30 in Crosby Lake .Jones Funeral Home of Starke.
Born July 14, 1903 in Lanark Coun- Chapel with John Forrest Evelyn Todd and Yvonne Farris, direction of Archer Funeral Home. III
ty, Scotland, Mr. Martin moved to Ernest Woodhouse offlclatlng.lnterment Memorial both of Worthington Springs, Thyra
the United States in 1923 and to was in Jefferson, Pa., with local Smith of Lake City, and Sharon D. George R. Wilcox
Keystone in 1984 from St. Park in Pittsburgh of Converse of Starke; one son,Marcus iim" 9fC.Hair
under the direction Wilcox, 76, of .100 _
I Petersburg. He was a member of Seay of Worthington Springs; 16 George Robert
I' Park of the Palms Church and was a Jones"FuneraIHome. grandchildren and 19 great Kingsley Lake, died Thursday, Oct. Nails
lay minister for many years. He was grandchildren; six sisters, Edna 25, In the VA Medical Center of Design Tanning
a retired supervisor with the U.S. Mrs. Rosezell SeayMrs. McBride of Ashboro, N.C., Eunice Gainesville, following an extended Marlene O'Steen
Pa. Bushnell,Mertle Hunter of illness. Stylists Tina Clemons
Steel Company in Pittsburgh died Hunter of
Survivors include his wife, Rosezell Willis Seay,78 Brooksville, Geneva Drawdy of Born Aug. 11, 1913 in New London,
Frances G. Martin of Keystone; his Friday at her attack.home after an ap- Mascotte, Elgar McNeil of Ter- Conn., Mr. Wilcox moved to Starkein I I' '10% Senior Citizen Discount on Tuesday']
daughter, Charlotte Murison of Pitt- parent heart rytown, and Tiny Hines of Dade CI- 1948.He was a Catholic,a veteranof
sburgh; his son, Dr. John S. Martin, Born in South Carolina, Mrs.Seay ty, Fl. WWII in the U.S.Army, and paint Deerfoot Village/:
' Jr., of Cleveland; Ohio; eight grandchildren lived most of her life the in widow Worthington of the Funeral services were held Mon- foreman at New Kingsley Beach. Walk-Ins Welcome 1371 South Walnut St. Suite 1400
and eight great- Springs. She was homemakerand day in the chapel of Archer Funeral Survivors include his friend Starke FL 32091
I grandchildren. late Leverett C. Seay a Home of Lake Butler with Rev. Charles "Bo" and Sharon Fuquay of
member of the Sardis Baptist
I Funeral services were held Sun- a ...-

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