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HISTORY NOV 131989\



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Heavy rains in the Florida panhandle today (Wednesday Inside...
November 8, will move into north central Florida tonight and
Thursday, but and SECTION Ai 12 Pag..
clearing cooler weather is
day night. expected by Thurs Hard New.. . . . . 1.3A

The heavy rains, measuring to 13 inches Louisiana Editorial. . . . . .. .44
tended into west Florida, but are up not expected in to reach have ex- sacral. .. . ". . . SA I
The threat of some showers and our area. Church Nwi. . .. . . 4A
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Thursday with clearing in the afternoon.possible gusty should end School N.wi. . . . . .7A I
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throughout weekend.
will drop into the low 50s both Saturday and Sunday Temperatures mornings, but Sporti. . . . . .'-10, 12A

afternoon temperatures should rise into the mid to high 70s, almost
perfect weather for the annual SECTION Bi 12 Pag.lAr
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by Buster Rahn other items on the city council agen- not to contest the action in a suit. sion was not an oversight, and the
BCT StaH Writer da, clearing the way for the To sign the agreement. motion was to stand as stated in the helped us. We're running out of time"
Cancelled... With a 4-1 vote Tuesday, Nov. 7, sometime stormy give and take bet- Attorney Brown said, if the city original form. and need to expedite the matter.
the Starke Council turned down the ween commissioners and council In wishes to go along with the county, it Voting for the motion Coun- Biggs asked the same questionthat
The Bradford County Education county commissioner's request for discussing the proposed interlocal should pass an ordinance supporting cilmen were has been-asked several times by
Biggs, Travis Woods, Ed
Committee meeting scheduled for an interlocal agreement, allowingthe agreement, which went on for more the interlocal agreement, rather Wall and Vernon Barber. each of the four municipalities in the
Monday, Nov. 13, has beerj cancelled county to impose a $100 special than an hour. than just signing the document.The Mayor Silcox voted county, although phrased differently -
according to Marion Douglas. assesssment on Starke residents. After council members had questioned city council chose,the first of motion, supporting county against commis-the ; "What kind of legal work have
The rebuff doesn't mean Starke commissioners at length the three options, leaving the door sioner's request for an you "done, what did your counsel
LunchBunch... residents won't have to pay the tax, about their legal status, the county open for a challenge, if it desires to agreement. say. ?
The Lunch Bunch will hold a however. County commissionersplan budget, plans for a new jail and do so. Carter responded, "We need help.
covered dish luncheon for senior to send out billings for the $100 other avenues for funding City At- When councilman Bobby Biggs The Dialogue... Since you asked, we believe we can
citizens Friday, Nov. 10 in the special assesssment in addition to torney Terence Brown said the city moved to "not sign the interlocal Commissioner Carter opened the do it regardless of whether you do it
Presbyterian Church Rec Hall at 12 the $75 solid waste assessment, for a has three options: agreement," Commissioner Maxie discussion by saying, "We're back or battle.not, but we don't want to get into a
noon. total of $175. The assessment will To refuse to sign the interlocal Carter, Jr., reminded him that he here tonight to see if you will help us You use the jail and EMS
(
The newly renovated sanctuarywill stand if not set aside by court action. agreement.To had omitted the agreement to with the interlocal agreement. We Emergency Medical Services). If
be open for everyone to visit. Mayor Vernon Silcox disposed of decline approval, but agree preclude a suit. Biggs said the omis visited Lawtey last night, and they

BHS Class of '70...

All BHS graduates of class of 1970
are encouraged to participate in Flood
the planning of our 20th year class
reunion. The next meeting will be ',.
held Thursday, Nov. 9, at 7 p.m., in
the home of Cindy Strickland ,

Futch, 403 S. Cherry St., Starke.
Bill
Call Cindy, Ph. 064-8953 or David
Kirkland, ph. 473-2372.

Book Fair...

A Book Fair is slated for Brad- \r

ford Middle School, Nov. 10-17, Passesby
sponsored by the Library.The fi !
Book Fair is open to the .. kt a
public, 8:30: a.m. to 3p m, offerr- .
1. Buster Rahn
.
.
ing a good choice of children'sbooks --- f
BCT Staff Wrlt.rIn
for gifts or family. _
its regular meeting Tuesday,
BH Auxiliary Bazaar... Vov. 7, the Starke Council passed a
lood control ordinance recommendd -
The Bradford Hospital Auxiliaryhas ; by City Attorney Terence Brown.
scheduled a Christmas Bazaarfor Attorney Brown said the federal
Friday, Nov. 10 at Bradford government insisted on the or-
Hospital, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. imance being passed, and threatened -
to withhold revenue sharing fundsf
Veteran's Day... the council does not comply with
lie request.A .
American Legion Post 56 has large area of Starke is in the 100
scheduled veteran's breakfast v
a fear flood plain, according to City
Saturday, Nov. 11 at the Post Homeon Surveyor Pat Welch.
Edwards Road, 7-10 a.m. The ordinance will set standards'or
Traditional Veteran's Day construction, precluding peoplerom
ceremonies will be held at theVeteran's :
building too low to the groundin
Memorial (gun mount)
flood and
areas, enabling
prone
at the Intersection of S. Walnut St. residents to obtain flood insurance.The .
and US-301S, starting at 10:30 a.m. council approve and passedthe

ordinance on an emergency
Learn to Read... basis, since an early deadline had
\ been set for
If you know and adult who wantsto '" approval.
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learn to read, or if you want to .
help someone learn to read, contactthe ) ( ter "Large Sections of the
Bradford-Union Vo-Tech J : City are Located in I

Center, phone 964-6150. J L'4tJJ; the 100-Year 1 Flood IPlain"

1
Job Corps... ",
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Young men and women ages 16 held annual
Starke has
an
21, think about joining the Job They Made the Top tirades at BMS...
Second row: Jonathan Smith, Julie Ponder, Tori, Hersey, Charlotte Christmas parade for many years,
Corps. Free job training, selfpacedGED These 12 Bradford Middle School students earned straight-A's for the Smith. and plans to hold another this year
program, learn a skill and first six-weeks grading perild. They are l-r): Back row: Elise Slstrunk, Lindsay Walkup, Tanya Anderson, Bethany Parade Chairman Steve Futch told
while learn. For
earn money you First row: Shannon Safer, Julie Loper, Mollie O'Neal, Jasen Wilkinson. Lee, Cassandra Jarvls. the council. However, when the
more information, contact Irene Florida Department of Transportation -

Pearce Florida,Johnson 1430 S. First at Job St.Service, Lake CI-of 13 Middle School Students Make Straight A'sThirteen utilize was approached US-301, the for state permissionto agency

ty, FL or call ((904)) 758-0433. ........ said liability insurance would be a
prerequisite for getting a parade
Bradford Middle School Maura O'Neal of Starke and Darrell Santa Barnes, Dawn Brown, Bit- C.K. Fuqua, Cynthia Grider,-Amy permit.
Cecil Field Tour... students, or 1.67 percent of the O'Neal of Starke. tany Bula, Jason Corbine, Shelley Hallmark, Cara Hamilton, Cassan- Futch said liability insurance
NAS Cecil Field will host a tour 726-member student body, earned Julie Ponder, daughter of Ms. Dampier, Angelia Denton, NeilDomahk dra Jarvis, Christy R. Jones, Alicia premium for a one day parade is
of the base, Saturday, Nov. 18, with straight-A's for the first six-weeks Elton Ward of Starke. Eric Donnerstag, Alyson Luther, Tama Mattox, Reggie Mc- $850, according to George Roberts,
tours beginning at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., grading period which ended Oct. 2. Shannon Safer, daughter of Ms. Dugdale, Ray Durban, Tamara Clellan, Tracey McCulough, Tina local insurance agent.
and noon, each lasting about one Another 106 BMS students, or 14.4 Gina Safer of Starke and Sheldon Ellerson, Jeffery Evans, Paul Meng, Bethany Modesitt, Diane Chief of Police Jimmy Epps
hour. Buses will tour the base with percent of the study body, earned all Safer of Starke. Frampton, Ethan Fuquay, Laura Newham, Keri Packham, Erin reminded the council of a Macclenny
guests, visiting the flight line to see A's or B's for a place on the A-B Elise Sistrunk, daughter of Ms. Goodner, Jason Greene, Crystal Rodgers, Jamie Schaller, Erin student who was killed last month
the FA-18 Hornet and S-3 Viking honor roll. Trish Sistrunk of Starke. Greer, Amyu Hartlein, Amy Johns, Slack Heather Smith, Erin Stansell, when he fell from a float. Epps saidinsurance
fighter planes. The straight-A students are, by Lindsay Walkup, daughter of Mr. Stacy Johnson, Justin Lee Shondee Michael Thomas Rosalyn Thomas, is essential.
This will be the final Saturdaytour grade: and Mrs. Wilshire Walkup of Lewis Greg Marshall, Chris Tract Thomas, Rhiannon Townsend, Attorney Brown said, "If the state
of 1989. The number of guests Melrose. McMon'gle. Dawn Nail, Dana Michelle Wallace, Dana Warren, requires it, we have to do it."
will be limited to the number of Eighth Grade: Newsome, Norman, Heather Daniel Wrate, Corryn Wright. Mayor Vernon Silcox said, "I don't
seats available on the bus. Reservations Cassandra Jarvis, daughter of Mr. Sixth Grade: Norton, Amy Parrish, Hetal Patel, want to stop the parade. I suggestyou
'are required. For Informa- and Mrs. B.J. Jarvis of Raiford. Tori Hersey, daughter of Mr. and Smlta Patel, Amy Rankin, Lee Ann Sixth Grade (Futch) solicit contributions for
Brad
tion or reservations, call 778-6055. Bethany Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Hersey of Theressa. Raulerson, Ronnie Reagan, Brown Natalie: Clemons Barber, the premium, and if you don't get
Mrs. Ricky Lee of Starke. Charlotte Smith daughter of Mr. Stephanie Sellers, Jennifer Shadd, Angela enough money, come back to the
Methodist Bazaar... Jonathan Smith, son of Mr. and and Mrs. Stephen;smith: of Hampton Stacey Shine, David Stegall, Toika Shawnie Cox, Cynthia Denton Greg council and we'll make up the dif
Durban Carl Elder Jonathan
Strong, Wendy Thornton, Casey
Lake. ference.
Starke.
Mrs. John Smith of
First United Methodist Holly Gill Lisa Gillenwaters
The Trimble, Kristina Vrastil. Stacy Elder ,
and
Jasen Wilkinson, son of Mr. Attorney Brown said he will con-
Church will hold its annual bazaar Kellie Hannah Aaron Harris
Seventh Grade: Mrs. J.L. Wilkinson of Lawtey. Young, Kim Wilson. ChadMcLeod tact the carrier and see if the one
Wednesday, Nov. 15, 3:30-8: p.m., Robert Libby, Arnie Long,
day premium can be added to the city's -
and Thursday, Nov. 16, 9 a.m. to 2 Tanya Anderson, daughter of Mr. A-B Honor Roll... Christine Newsome, Sean policy.
p.m., in Fellowship Hall on N. and Mrs. George Anderson of Seventh Grade : Tonika Phillips, Stephanie Pormatilo, present
Walnut St. Starke. The 106 students on the A-B honor Bright, Christina Broome, Missy Rosella Smith, Charles Snell, Jason Weldon's Items...
Julie Loper, daughter of Mr. and roll are, by grade: Brown, Shannon Bunker, LeAnn Thrift, Sharon Tomlinson Saul Ur-
Help Wanted... Mrs. Edward Loper of Theressa. Carlton, Jeff Chitty, Jennifer rutia Kesha Wilkes, Ernest Wilkin) Bill Weldon, city operations

The 1989 Christmas Parade Com- Molly O'Neal, daughter of Ms. Eighth Grade: Jim Autry, Darlev.Linda Dixon, Kim Douglass son.Lavtey brought manager four and items utilities to the council director for,

mittee, chaired by Steve Futch, is consideration at a later meeting.
soliciting funds to pay the liability 1.) Change Adkins Street to one-
insurance premium required by the is 1st to Approve Interlocal Agreement way, at request of the school board.
Department of Transportation.This 2.) Drug testing program for city
is the first year DOT: has re- -- employees.

quired insurance, which costs $850 by Busier Rahn ed the assembly first, saying the do not participate in funding the Carter: "Cash carryovers. In the 3.) Safety Program Re
for the one day event.If BCT Staff Writer commission has attempted to work those services. past we have had cash carryovers quirements.
you can help with this "Let the record show that Lawteywas out the problems that had surfacedin The conversation went like this: that allowed the commission to 4.) Electric rates information.
endeavor, please call Steve, Ph. the first town in the county to the public hearings. Full exemp- Rosier:, "Explain where the balance its budget. As long as we
964-6200 or the Chamber of Commerce approve the interlocal agreement," tions have been extended to chur- money goes." had money in the bank,there was no Adkins Street...
Ph. 9645278. You help is said Mayor Marvin Rosier, follow- ches, and a system has been set up to Carter: "$70 goes to operate the way we could to to the voters and say The school board had asked to
needed. ing a 3-2 vote to approve the signingof provide exemption for the truly in- jail and $30 goes to operate the we needed to raise taxes." have Adkins Street changed into a
"
an interlocal agreement with digent. EMS. street several weeks ago.
one-way
Upcoming... Bradford County to support the $100 Chandler said the need for addi- Rosier: "If the cities go along andI Rosier: "How much is budgetedfor The request was assigned to Weldonto
Public meetings scheduled in the special assessment Monday,Nov. 6. tional funds is there, necessary for need an ambulance, will I have to the jail?" determine how the change would
coming weeks are: The decision did not come easily, the county to continue providing ser- pay (for ambulance service)?" affect traffic in the area. Weldon
Bradford County School Board even with four county commis- vices. The commission has looked at Carter, "Yes, you will continue to Carter: "Approximately $600,000. reported:
will meet Monday Nov. 13, at 7 sioners urging passage of the pro- other means of financing the deficit, pay for the service. The EMS budgetis About 60 percent of the county 1. The proposed change will effect
p.m., in the Administration posal. Commissioners Ross but the money isn't there. $280,000, and only about 40 percent budget is mandated by the Catholic Church on the corner of
Building on N. Temple Ave. Chandler, Maxie Carter, Jr., E.L. "Maybe next year some other of charges are collectible. Some Tallahassee." Adkins and US-301. All persons at-
Brooker City Council meetingset Norman and Joe Riddick presentedthe method may be found," Chandler governmental agencies pay only Harris said, "You could go back to tending the church and parking on
for Tuesday, Nov. 14, at 7:30 county's position for making the said," but right now the commis- part of the amount charged.1Rosier the legislature and get them to come Adkins Street will have to exit to the
p.m., in City Hall assessment, with Mayor Rosier ac- sioners need the revenue to run : "What happened"to make west. The present parallel parking
Hampton City Council scheduled ting as devil's advocate in asking Bradford County." the assessment necessary? See Page 3A on the south side of Adkins Street

Tuesday, Nov. 14, at 7 p.m., in City hard questions of the county of- Commissioner Carter took the will be removed.
ficials. Commissioner Wilbur floor to say, "I urge the council to 2.The school (BHS) will lose several
Hall.Starke City Council meeting set Waters was unable to attend sign the interlocal agreement to provide Renews Insurance parking spacews by changing to
for Tuesday, Nov. 21, at 7:30 p.m., because of a sprained back funds for operating the jail and County diagonal parking on one side of the
in City Hall.Bradford. The small meeting room In City the EMS (Emergency Medical Ser- street, as opposed to parallel parking -
County School Board Hall was filled with about 20 spec- vices). We are aD In this together." by Buster Rahn Commissioners voted for the coun- on both sides.
meeting scheduled for Monday, tators, many of whom took part in Mayor Rosier asked "Can services ICT Staff Writer ,ty to absorb $38,205 in additional 3. In order to designate private park-
Nov. 27, in Administration Buildingon the discussion. be cut off if we don't sign?" Acting under time constraints in premium costs, since county Ing (faculty) on a city street, an or-
N. Temple Ave. Councilmen Buster Bennett, Bill Carter, "We really don't want to special session Monday, Oct. 23, employees did not receive a pay in- dinance will haved to be adopted,
Bradford County Zoning Board, Crouse and Mayor Rosier voted for get into that." Carter explained thatit Bradford commissioners renewed, crease for next year designating the area as being
scheduled to meet Tuesday, Nov the agreement. Council members isn't right for county residents to' despite cost increases, the county's The special session was called to restricted.
28, at 7 p.m., in Starke City Hall. Laura Harris and Emmett Bright pay the assessment and city health insurance coverage with the consider group health insurance for 4.All traffic leaving the south side of
Starke Zoning Board meetingset opposed the measure.Commissioners residents be exempt from it, but In current carrier, Av-Med, a health county officials and employees. The the school will cause an Increase in
for Thursday Nov. 30, at 7 Speak.. his opinion, the county has the legal maintenance organization which is a current policy expires at the end of8eeP.2A the number of cars using Lake
p.m., in City Hall. Commissioner Chandler address- right to deny services to those who division of Santa Fe Health Care. See Pap fA






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I Lawtey Council : City Can't b nrr


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Afford New'Se"'er System ,-


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by Bust. Rohn
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the 1-75 intersection, employing 135
BCT Staff Wrlt., doesn't have a pound."
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'I'd like to have it, but people of people.Croyle said, "The pollution of sep- City Attorney Johnny Hobbs
I law tey cannot afford it," said commissioner tic tanks will catch up with the town agreed to review state statutes and
Buster Bennett in advise Scott if there is anything that
some day.
,inference to a proposal Monday Rosier said, "Lawtey is a can be done to resolve the problem.
night Oct 6, to install a sanitaryewer mudhole. It can exist on a couple of Later in the evening, when the
-. system in Lawtey. heavy dews. Residents and other council voted to hire Earl Barber on
Jim Croyle, branch manager of council members agreed with the an emergency basis to fill in for
Decision Planning in St. Marys, need for a sewer system, but the vacationing Bud Barber in pickingup
Ueorgia, presented a plan to the monthly cost to residents remaineda garbage, Scott said, "You have
Lawtey council for installation of a stumbling block. your priorities mixed up, when you -
ewer system, utilizing a loan from Prior to Croyle's presentation, the can hire a a man to collect garbageon
the Farmers Home Administration, Lawtey council had approved the in- an emergency basis, but can't do
a federal grant and city funding. terlocal agreement with Bradford anything about a bulldog running
"
The first step in the proposal included County to assess its citizenry $100 loose.
a feasibility study by Decision per year to support the county jail
Engineering, in which the firm and emergency medical services Grant Funds... r
would determine the cost of the Few commissioners or residents Fred Fox, representing grant administrator
:system and secure a commitmentfor were in the mood to impose of ab- Fred Fox Enterprises,
funding through goverment loans sorb additional living expenses. presented plans to renovate three
and grants, with Lawtey picking up Rosier pointed out that Lawtey imposes houses at costs of$16,000$17,000 and
the remaining cost. To be feasible, a 10 percent utility tax $20,000, and received council ap- '
the cost to Lawtey residents would already, earmarked to retire the proval to proceed.Mrs. Straight A Students in 4th and 5th Grades at Starke Elementary... I

have to be no higher than $16-$18 per water system funding, With a $10 Kittle, longtime resident of Students making straight A's on their report cards Middle row: grade 4)) Sonja Waters Angela Phillips.
month, Croyle said. minimum charge for water, and the Lawtey said the houses renovatedor for the first six weeks grading period in grades four Heather Jarvis !Morris ltahoneyBt'njamlnIurphy! ,
If Decision Engineering could utility tax in place, a Lawtey resident built with the first grant funds and five at Starke Elementary School are would owe the engineering firm month for water. built with the second grant funds Wainwright, Amanda Welch. Naklsha Williams. Emily Back row (grade 4)): Chris Kinney, Brandi! Jones,
$18,000, whether the city followed look very bad, and suggested the administrator Hartley. Shannon Wood Sarika Patel. Angela Hilliard Renae Morgan, Sekennla Bell Brlanne Gill, Beverly
through with the plan, or not. If the Dog Problems... improve design and and Rasheeta Chandler. Williams, John Pilcher, Kim Pharis and Vicki DeSue.
plan were not feasible, the city Lawtey resident David Scott com looks of houses being built or
would owe nothing. plained to the council that a renovated.Fox .
Mayor Marvin Rosier asked neighbor, who lives outside the city said state law requires a certain
rroyle to make the study without limits,owns a bulldog that comes onto number of homes to be built
charge, but that request was turned his property and sought city with the funds, limiting the amount
down. Croyle said the city might assistance in having somethingdone. that can be spent on any one home.
take the study and elect to go with Mrs. Kittles said even though the a1Wt
some other firm to make the installation Scott said, "There may no be amount of money is decreased the
leaving Decision Planning anything you can do, in that case, I'll house can be made to look better 1'1 _
with the expense of the researchand have to do it myself. However, with better planning. 1 a
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no contract. Scott said later he would not shoot Fox said Lawtey's third grant ap- 4
In addressing the council, Croyle the dog. plication is due in Tallahassee next
expounded the need for a sanitary Commissioner Laura Harris said Tuesday, and he will submit the request ;: _
sewer system, and possible growthof "We don't have an ordinance." at the appropriate time. The
the town if sewer were available. Rosier echoed Harris, saying, grant is asking for the maximum 1 11 '
sing Woodbine, Georgia, as an example "There's nothing we can do; we $425,000, based on population, and
Croyle said Decision Planning don't have an ordinance" will continue the rehabilitation of
renovated and expanded a sewer Rosier said a city ordinance con homes, if approved.
,,::stem there, extending the lines to trolling dogs will require a dog Fox said this will probably be the
t t.. /=> A large truck-stop was built at pound. and "PVAII Bradford Countyed last rehab grant for Lawtey



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,41'! into a lawsuit, you know who to jail funds from last year?" sure the $100 can't be lowered. I'd
ill make the money." Carter said the addition to the jail like to delay a decision until next ,
Biggs asked "What about sales which was mandated by the state, time."
ax"" required five additional correctional Mayor Silcox said "I've sit in on
Carter said the one cent sale tax officers increasing the jail budget three workshops, and I still don't
allowed by the legislature will bringin substantially. Funds allocated to the know the answers. Maybe the com
approximately $460,000 not jail in prior years remained in the missioners didn't educate the publicto
enough revenue to balance the general fund and was used to the needs of the county.
budget, which is some $1 million balance other departmental "I intend to support the commissioners Straight A Students in Third Grade at Starke Elementary... I
short Secondly, the sale tax is budgets. but (addressing commissioners _
restricted by la r. to ne\ construction Commissioner Ross Chandler ) I hope you'll never again Students In the third grade at Starke Elementary
and third, the sales must be reminded Carter that five put us in this position. School who earned straight A's on their report cards Brandon Prevatt, Jason Prevatl, Jessica Baldree and
approved by voteisCommissioner employees were added to the Com "Don't come back and ask Vernon are (I Ito r): Erin Luke.
Joe Riudick told munications Center, relieving jail Silcox for more money" Front row: Catherine Vickery. Macy Stephens. Back row: Marie Blackburn Randall Butler Lor-
the council that the county must personnel from having to man the "It won't be Maxie Carter," Sheetal Patel Shelly Karczewski. Will Hartley. ralane Curtner Ell Dixon !Mchole; !Miller, Angela Ray, I
build a new jail, "whether we like it radio and answer phones Carter replied. Marklee Harris and Morgan Fill. Bobby Rodgers and Julie Eldner.
or not," and the one cent sales tax Wall said the city council had to Silcox told the council, "I think we Middle row: Nancy Hildebrand, Amanda Koehler. Absent was Jenifer Rountree.
hquld be reserved for that expenditure raise taxes this year, and city owe it to the county, and the legality '.r'" "
residents are now paying more taxes of it is not my problem. Vote your -
ijiggs asked, "How did you deter- than county residents. own conscience. Brooker Hosts Annual TurkeyShoot-',. "." .-": I
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mine the amount of money?" Riddick said its true the 'iily!! When it appeared the four commissions _
Carter said the county relies on residents have to pay for garbage would oppose the interlocal
cost figures for operating the jail pick-up in addition to the $75 solid agreement Carter said, "We're hop- Field and Stream magazine and British Columbia,Canada, including Fire Chief Tony Stalnaker says all
and EMS in prior years. waste assessment, but "So do I. I ing you will help us, but you're tak-- Remington Arms Co. will l sponsor airfare, meals lodging and guides. you guys and dolls out there prime
Councilman Barber asked about have to pay to have my garbage ing the easy way out. Do whateveryou the annual Brooker Turkey Shoot at Other winners will receive: Rem and clean up the old shotgun,get in a
exemptions for indigent residents. picked up.." want to do, but I don't feel you're 8 a.m. Saturday, November 18, with ington 11-87 Premier shotgun, 12 little target practice, and come on I
Carter explained the county is set Chandler said, "Assessments raised treating us right. We've done whatwe proceeds going to the Brooker gauge with rem-choke barrel; Rem out. Shooting begins at 8 a.m., and
ting up a board, composed of five taxes everywhere. We (commis- believe to Be right." Volunteer.Fire Department.: ington footwear boots and stetson there will be plenty of turkeys. _
residents, one from each county sioners) have to make services Silcox called for the vote and cast deluxe travel-kit.
district, appointed by each commissioner available and must provide the the lone ballot supporting the coun The turkey-shoot will be held in
to assist commissioners in money. Special assessments are ty's position.. town, on the south side of SR-18,with
promulgating rules and then to sit as about having everybody pay After the vote was taken Carter all contestants eligible to enter the
an advisory board, hearing each something. In the future we're going remarked, "When we raised the gas Turkey Shoot Sweepstakes a.v
petitioner for exemption. It will be to have to raise taxes even tax the city didn't refuse the money.
an advisory board, making recom- more." We're taking the flack and they're
mendations to the commission, Carter said, "We chose this way taking a free ride." The top winner in the sweepstakeswill
either to allow exemption to an individual (special assessment) because only receive a hunting and fishing
or to deny it. 45 percent of the people pay all the trip for two at Chiko Lake Lodge! in

"We're going to help those who taxes, and we think everyone should
need it, but not everyone that asks," pay some tax."
Carter said.Commissioner. Woods said, "I personally feel the
Wall asked, "Whatis $100 Is a little much. I'm not really! CHURCH BAZAAR
the budget for the jail, as com- satisfied I don't have any ill feel
pared to last year, and what happen- ings, but my problem is that I'm not ,
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Commissioners complained that 30, Av-Med raised rates $19.71 per First United Pentecostal Church
they are caught in the same time month for single policy holders and
warp each year, and have to make $45.29 for family policies. The new 204 N. Water St. .,
health In-
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limited bids
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families. .
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rLLs H with something better." Harris missioner will appoint one memberto some SO-55 inmates."
t suggested the county levy a 2 cent the committee that will assist Before Rosier called for a motion,
r rFs r sales tax in lieu of the special assess- commissioners in making rules and everyone was given an opportunity
s r ment. hearing requests.People who cannot to voice an opinion,and several from
Several years ago the Florida pay will be exempt, Those who can the audience did so.
legislature provided for counties to pay, must pay. The time has come
levy a one cent sales tax for new con that everyone must get into the Rosier said, "1 hate to pay taxes
struction,providing the tax has been same boat and everyone must sharein with a passion, but someone has to
approved by a vote of the residentsin paying taxes." pay them. If they (commissioners)
the county. Commissioners can Rosier: "What about the Fire could have gotten by without them,
not levy a 2 cent sales tax,even if ap- Departments?" they wouldn t have made the assess-
; l' proved in an election, and neithercan Riddick: "The ordinance as ment.They'be done what they had to
the local option sales tax be used drawn does not allow us to fund fire do. They've taken a beating from
J: S3 'Y'r .r for day to day operating expenses.; departments with special assess- everyone..."
Commissioner Joe Riddick said ment funds, but we re looking to
county employees did not get a pay review fire department funding in Commissioner Bennett moved to
raise this year, but the county did January,and try to find some money approve the signing of the interlocal
"
pick-up an additional $43,000 In- for them. agreement and received a second by
crease in health insurance Riddick said the enhanced 911 will Crouse.
premiums for county employees. be in effect in another 4-5 months, When Rosier called for a vote by
County employees continue to pay and EMS Director Cliff Chapman is those in favor of the motion,Bennett
more than$100 per month for family working hard to correct problems and Crouse raised their hands. On
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coverage. aired in earlier public meetings. the "no" vote, Harris and Bright
SRWMD Donates Books to BIIS Library... Riddick said the county must pay There has been some improvementin raised their hands,leaving Rosier to
an engineer$20,000 to look at a "hot' getting the 911 number to answer, break the tie.
Bradford County High School Library recently Principal Charles Francis. As part of a public informa- well at the landfill, and advise the since jail personnel no longer man
received five books from the Suwannee River ManuRetion program, the district has donated books to Z'\: area county on correcting a problem of the switchboard. Rosier said
,
ment District. Examining the books are from left, high schools to make information on water resources "Ladles and
contamination. "We hope to get $2 Rosier: "What's the alternative if gentlemen, I hate for this
Media Specialist Gladys Thomas SSKUMI represeneasily accessible to high" school students for their monkey to
million grant from the legislaturefor Lawtey doesn't sign (the interlocal be
back
\put on my ,but I vote for it. I
tative Janet Arena, Media Specialist Olivia Scott and reports and science projects. "
the landfill and )?
maybe we can agreement believe
.... with all my heart the com-
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reduce the$75 assessment in half, Riddick: "We'd rather not consider missioners had to do this, and what
Riddick said.Riddick it, but we'll do what we have to is fair is fair. If my neighbors and
told the group that the do." relatives outside the city limits have
Hetzel Welcomed at. ReceptionA county should reserve the one cent One resident stated, "If a man is to pay, I should have to pay.
sales tax, which will bring in an arrested at 9 a.m.,he's home eating Rosier urged the commissioners
estimated $460,000 per year, for supper at 4 p.m." to go back to the drawing board next
building a new jail at a cost $3-$4 Commissioners seek
pointed out that year to new sources of revenue
colors, which will be the color
reception was held Sunday, Nov. Hetzel served as the president of dy million, and enlarging the cour- they have no control over the lengthof for funding the county budget.
theme of the new bank.
5 from 12:30: 2 p.m. at the Starke First Union Bank of Gainesville for thouse. time a person stays in jail. Rosier's vote for approving the In-
Woman's Club to welcome Mr. Alan 12 years.Their new Starko home will Among the guests Robin were Mr Andrewsand Guy Rosier: "Let's talk about indigency. Chandler, a minister as well as a terlocal agreement carried the day
Andrews, Drew and "
Hetzel and wife, Hazel, to the com- be in Lakewood. Andrea commissioner, said, ''I go to the jail for the county commissioners, witha
children. Sondra Renee
munity.Mr. Hosted by the future board of Riddick responded "Each com- every Sunday, and it is full, with 3-2 majority.
Lauren and Parker Thomas. Also in
attended
the was
directors, reception
& Mrs. Hetzel are relocatingto
Assorted the guest list were Mr. & Mrs.
Starke where Alan will be the by nearly 200 guests.
Son
DeKitch Green and daughters
finger foods/ and desserts were provided -
of the future First Na-
president Andrews.Mr .
the wives of the future dra and Monica Green
tional Bank of Bradford County, by were Hetzel is looking forward to
board. The arrangements
opening in February of 1990. The enhanced by a fountain on mirrors settling in, and says he finds Starke
Hetzels are from Micanopy and Mr. surrounded by a fruit arrangementand to be one of the friendliest places
floral arrangements'! in burgun- he's ever been!

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group of Bradford County conscrlptees waited at the depot during World War I for transportation
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American unidentified American soldiers* \\no nau Boy Scouts (front row) and girls In white dresser and
1921 an unidentified "The given their lives in the cause of peace World War I Scene at Starke DepotThis black silk ties (possibly Camp Fire Girls, as GIH. Scouts
soldier now known to everyone as brought to Arlington Cemeteryfrom were called In those days) gathered with public officials
Unknown Soldier", was buried on a were and buried beside their panoramic scene shows an outpouring of patriotic ladies In broad-brimmed hats and boys in knee gents In
Virginia hillside overlooking the overseas feeling at the Starke depot during the World War I era. It front of the old railroad depot on Washington Street
Potomac River and the Nation's capitol, comrade of World War I. One had been was either a gathering to see the boys off to war, or to against a backdrop of Model-T Fords. Whatever the occasion.
killed in World War II, and the other in welcome them back home In 1918. It demonstrated a lot of community spirit.
Washington.Since the Korean Conflict. A law passed in
that date, this burial site in the 1973 also provided for the burial of an

Arlington National Cemetery has unknown American soldier who lost his

become the personification of dignity, life in Vietnam.To J Letters
and for American
reverence, respect
these unnamed V\IM
honor men,
of all
wars.
veterans were symbolic of all Americans who -J
Similar tributes were taking place in sacrificed their lives, an Army )Honor)
European countries that had been our Guardmembers of the traditional
allies in World War I, and ceremonieswere
"Old Guard"still stand vigil every i Answers...
held on November 11, giving hour of the day and night.
universal recognition to the ending of Promises
the war at 11 a.m. on November 11, A later law, passed in 1908() changedthe Not
of rejoicing that became national commemoration of
1918a day Needed NowDear
when Veterans Day to the fourth Monday in
day
known as Armistice Daythe
October, in compliance with a move-
ceased.If .
the fighting ment to have all national holidays fall)) [ 'c1 !' Editor:

this idealistic hope that wars were on Monday in order to make for long J Ct _
ended for all time had been realized, holiday weekends. )It t soon became apparent V I doubt that justice will ever be
still be called Armistice : brought to Bradford County or the City
;
November 11 might ,
however, that November; ]lithe r + of Starke. Justice is contingent on the
after the -
decades
Day. But two original Armistice Day, was of great "honesty" of the politicians governingboth
holiday was proclaimed, an even more historic and patriotic' significance to a the county and city. Unfortunately
deadly conflict, World War II, broke out great number of Americans. In answerto "honesty" comes in short supply of
in Europe and shattered the dream of public sentiment Congress enacted those elected officials.

everlasting sixteen peace.and Before a half this war million was legislation that returned the observanceof Starke Beauties Serving the Red CrossThe Politicians base all campaigns on
over to its traditional dale the Pe
this special day "Promise ple'tlling they
i I.
Americans had donned uniforms to beginning in 1978and there it remains young ladles of Starke were active In Red Cross work during' "World' War,... 1/t want to hear, but deliVery\bf'satd promises
fight for their country, and 406,000 gave and are seen here before starting out on a fund-raising drive. Is another matter. Why are they
their lives. The families and friends of today. First row l-r): Janie Williams Lorena Alvarez, Cleo Mitchell, Clara Moitt consistent in this matter knowing they

these courageous men longed for a way This Saturday, Nov. 11, American Eunice Robinson.2nd Matthews, Marie could never fulfill the campaign vows
honor their Legion Post 56 will observe Veterans row l-r): Neva Turner Jeannette Matthews Florence which lure as' to cast our votes for them.
to memory.An Alvarez.3rd
Kathleen Alvarez Hilda Lewis, Aileen
Gladys Gardiner all
Livingston For example, top law enforcement
with its breakfast for Edwards,Carrie
Day customary row l-r): Mrs.Nat Sternberg.LaMira Alvarez Graham Ona officials make it a point to attend all
answer to the prayers of bereaved veterans and guests at the Post Homeon Darby Ritch, Thelma Griffin Johns, Myra Barr, Ella Mae Long, Mrs.J.M.Mitchell community meetings in Weir districts,

American families came when a Edwards Road, lion 7 to 10 a.m. The Doris Scott. pledging their continuous Support! professing
member of Congress suggested chang- traditional Veterans Day ceremonieswill their intent to maintain an open
ing the name of Armistice Day to be held at the Veterans Memorial dialogue with the people- dialogue
Veterans Day in honor of all Americanswho (gun' mount) on U.S. 301 South, and that has yet to be "officially establish-
ed", let alone maintampfl'
have served in all wars involvingthe South Walnut Street. The public is invited Those Lost in World War II

United States.In to join in both events and help I direct this to both the Sheriff(Brad-

1954, President Eisenhower signedthe carry on a 71-year-old tradition that Twenty-two Bradford County men are recorded as giving ford County) and Chief of Police (City
bill proclaiming November 11 as began on Armistice Day in 1918. their lives for their country in World War II. As published in of Starke). The concerned citizens:: of

Veterans Day, and called for It is a day of homage that should The Telegraph on a page dedicated to their memory many Bradford need to be County made and aware the of City your of Starke Inten-

Americans everywhere to rededicate years ago, the following names were listed: tions,and
never be forgotten, and perpetuates a want you to establish an open
themselves to the search for peace. tradition that will be carried on from James C. Addison Roy Kite forum, so that we can leafs how these
law enforcement to
agencies ore going
On May 30, 1958, two additional generation to generation. Joseph A. Conway Johnnie E. Lott deal with the rising drug problems our

Seeber Crawford George W. Mann Jr. community faces. At present, your
policy is to arrest and confine "little"
I Florida Lakes High in PollutionAfter Ernest DeSue Charles M. Priest boys and girls, arbitrarily releasingsome

Jasper E. Duncan RobertA. Rabeck while confining others. Yet, it
seems as though the agencies are blind
Walter G. Dymond Harvey J. Ross Jr. when it comes to the actions of the"big"

Con- being monitored in this area are Joseph E. English Leo F. Starling boys and girls, who supply the
the adoption of our U.S. Kingsley Lake, Big and Little Santa Fe, Elmo R. Struth drugs! to the little people of the com-
ask- Earl B. Futch
a lady
stitution over 200 years ago, munity.
Lake and Bay
ed Benjamin Franklin"Mr.. Franklin, Alto, Bedford, Brooklyn Frederick D. Hintori Jack E. Sullivan
Geneva, Crystal, and Gatorbone. Our community, a small rural life
do have??
we E. Thomas
what kind of government H.J. Ralph
of these is Hornsby which we all chose to live,is beginning
The sage of Philadelphia replied: "A At the present time, none Johnnie Jenkins Wiley W. Tillis to resemble the urban cities who havean
from
Madam- we can keep it." threatened with pollution over- epidemic on their hand Are we to
Republic, fertilization or other sources, Ms. expect the same? Should "CI! concern
The same type of reply could be madeif Fisher reports. But she reminds us that The Jones-Langford-White Post 56 American Legion was ourselves with the InfUtf of gangs,
someone should ask a Floridian, the balance is very delicate, and named in honor of three Bradford County men who lost their along with the crime stress they Bring?

"What is the greatest recreational asset adverse factors could cause their pollu- lives in World War IPvt.. Willie J. Jones, Pvt. Neil Langford, drive Are we going to start witnessing the-
by which
shootings are so common
your State has to offer?" To which the tion unless carefully watched. That is and Lt. Richard Ray White. these days?

reply should be"Our lakes, Sir (or why volunteers are needed to monitorall
Madam), if we can keep them." lakes in the state. Bobby Nail, Jimmy Blackshear, and Richard Crews, three The People of Starke and Bradford I
classmates of the BHS Class of 1966, and all three from County want answers! NO MORE I
A shocking statement was recently In a recent editorial on this subject, Lake lost their lives while in service in Vietnam. EMPTY PROMISES!
the EPA (Environmental Pro- Ms. Fisheras Kingsley ,
made
by the Gainesville Sun quoted |
Complete records from this conflict are not available. All law enforcement offiCials have a
tection Agency), which said that saying: "Baseline information like responsibility to their community.Start
Florida ranks second in the nation in this is invaluable. First, it helps educate doing something now! Not When its too
terms of polluted lakes. With fifty-seven people who may have just moved to a late! The citizens are concerned, but
percent of the State's 8,000 lakes- Florida lake that they are not living on a they also want to help. We are proud of
our community and want to make it
covering an area of 1.4 million acres- swimming pool, but a living, breathing Forestry in Bradford County drug free and crime free. Don't you
that's a lot of pollution. system that takes special care to main- think it's time you also get Involvedwith

Fortunately for us, most of the lakesin tain. It also helps ,people realize that Incentive us? Don't you think Its time to
ProgramAre
our high ridge area of North Central there are things they can do to reduce or Forestry establish an alliance with us" I am sure
are not for
you ready a surge of con-
Florida are classified as manage the rate of eutrophication or cerned citizens
for walking the streets to
stand of trees, there is a practice<<
"oligotrophic"that is, they have clear nutrient-loading on their lake. It lets you a landowner with some idle forest tree stand improvl'mt'nt..I'rec protect in the code of the Old West, and

water over sandy bottoms, and com- them decide now to manage their lakes" Are farmland thinking pastures about or cutover planting Innd those? stand improvement is a practice usedto in the name of vigilantes.We .

paratively little fast-growing vegeta- and helps them understand changes. idle you acres in pine trees? If so, there is release desirable undesirable trees vegetation.This from competition -. are tired of your proclamation' !

tion, which has endangered so many Property owners on Kingsley Lake an added incentive to do so. allows with the desirable trees. to growat Let us know your intentions and start
lakes in Central and South Florida. But have applied to the Department of En- faster rate. communicating with those Who electedyou
this does not mean our lakes are not vironmental Regulation for an OFW Sign-up for the 1989 Forestry Incentives a in office to serve and to protect!.
Program FIP) is the month of Another practice for which you can
vulnerable to eutrophication- condi- (Outstanding Florida Water) classification November. The purpose of this pro receive cost-sharing is site preparationfor Roland C.ColemanA
tion of over-fertilization caused by for that popular body of water. San- gram is to establish atstand t>f lr<<.'* on natural regeneration. Natural Concerned Citizen
nutrients from detergents, faulty septic ta Fe Lake, Santa Fe River, and the idle land suitable for growing It oc* to regeneration is using existing seed producing
tanks, and chemicals being washed in Suwannee River already have this provide soil protection, timber for the trees to reSeed an area to a
future,wildlife habitat and to conserve stand of pine seedlings. A sufficient
fertilizers .
by groundwater run-off from classification which affords the addi- needed wellas
and Improve the'"vlm"""''''. number of seed trees are as
used on lawns and gardens. tional protection from pollution that. site preparation I.hatwill expose the
Sandy Fisher, coordinator of the pristine lakes and rivers deserve. Cost-sharing is authorized under 'W I forest soil to permit roMVil'ni'' .
for the establishment of a plantationthat
Lakewatch established invaluable natural the At this time the PIP cost-ahare rale Is
Florida program, Our lakes are an will provide forest products Incentive to
by the University of Florida'sDepartment' resource from a recreational and also future. This includes site preparation'landand plant 65%. That's those idle a pretty acretllR good pine trees.If .
Fisheries and or measures taken to prepare the
of And with -
economic standpoint. proper
an the planting of trees. In order for you want to apply for cot>l-shnrc .. ,
Aquaculture, says that approximately care they should remain that way landowners to qualify they must re- assistance, November is the month to .
100 lakes are now being monitored by for coming generations if, as Benjamin quest assistance on a minimum of 20 do so. Applications can be made at the l nom s Jefferson was the first president

volunteers who sample the lake watersat Franklin ,might say,. "we can keep acres. Agricultural Stabilisation and Conser-, jof knee.breuhes.Page to wear long. trouMr ,Instead
intervals. Among those now established vation Service office in St.irkc.
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Social Items: Cathy For Receives Achievement Grider Award ;: i f J JIh!.' Y4> f'f't' i


During the Florida State University ..), :
'Births Announcements College of Education Homecoming iI. .))1'. i
'J&tfiy Prevatt Brunch on Nov. 4, Cathy Griderof "
Starke received a scholarship and
Engagements Weddings SociaC 'Editor Certificate of Award from the College t., : I .i
of Education's Alumni Associa- (
ty !C
Meetings Parties 964-4036 tion.The t s G
selection was made by the
Department of Human Services,
based on Cathy's record of achieve- r
ment in her fle.d. She is currently

Southside Elementary News. pursuing a Master's degree in' the r'
College of Education. _
Cathy is the daughter of Mr. &
NOVEMBER CALENDAR I FROM SSE ACTIVITY COMMITTEE -
: Nov.
Mrs. Kenneth Grider and
granddaughter ( k kvrl
14Six weeks ends; Nov. 15-Early : The Thanksgiving holidaysare of Mrs. R. II. Grider and
Dismissal; Nov. 16-Turkey Bowl, quickly approaching and we'd Mrs. Maurice Wingate, all of Starke.
grades 3.5; Nov. 2224Thanksgiv like to give Thanksgiving baskets to
ing holidays; Nov. 29Report cards needy families in our community.
home. We're asking each child to bring an
our LABELS FOR item (canned goods detergents
EDUCATION! Please send in any dried food items, etc.) to be placedin Hospital Auxiliary
Campbell Soup Labels to your the baskets. You may send your Bazaar FridayThe
child s teacher. Our school can obtain donation to your child's teacher.
much needed equipment, Thank you in advance for making Bradford Hospital Auxiliarywill
teaching aids and books free of Thanksgiving Holidays special for be having their annual
charge. We need your helpl! so many families. Christmas Bazaar this Friday
Please remember to send In front November 10 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.,

portion labels from soups, beans, BOOK BUDDIES: Mrs. McKin- at the hospital.The .,.,. ..... ... --- -. ,,, ...--
juices and fresh products. We also ney's 1st grade class and Mrs. Hed- bazaar has been on annual
take V8 Juice, Franco-American, dish's 3rd grade class are Book Bud- event for the auxiliary for the past
Prego spaghetti and Swanson canned dies. Each 1st grader and each 3rd three years. Proceeds are used to Daisy Troop :J32: Investiture...

products. You may send in lids grader team up and become book support their various projects, suchas l),iis\ Scout 'Troup. ) :ii: :> held Its iilM'sliluro.) ceremony
from Marie's dressings and Vlasic buddies together, while working on scholarships, equipment for the 'l'u"hlII1ltlnh"I' Jl ill the Parish Hull ol SI. Kdwanls: (Mascot) Stacle Dampier, Michelle Brown, Jennifer
pickles,proof of purchase seals from book reports. The 3rd grader reads a hospital and other projects.There riuirrli.. : ;Mollerup. Alicia Paterson and Mascot) Elizabeth
Swanson frozen entrees and UPC book to their 1st grade buddy. When will be many hand-made Paterson.
;Members ol (he troop are: ,
symbols from Pepperidge Farm the book is finished, they both write crafts,cakes breads and pies. Good- Kneeling in Ironl II I In 1'1) : ..UnnilVi'huh, T.inlsli. Troop Leader Debra Connaughton is at center in
Products.We and draw pictures about their book. to-eat items include chili and three Hamilton. LIlIi..1I1111'; > :lid Laura Reddish rear with Assistant Leaders LeAnn Dampier, left and
collected 11,400 labels last The children just love being Book bean soup, sandwiches and dessertsto Kriku .. Den Paterson.
be served for Standing! I to 1' : :Nelson; Slepli.inie) Fits .
year. Let's make 12,000 our goal Buddies! lunch. Ashldinis: Me"m: CnimniM'htoit. (lillslv Heed.. ;Meetings ,,11be held weekly In the Parish hall.
through March, 1990. We thank you
for your cooperation.









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---- On our 500-thousand volt lines, to


Berlin& Milton Ellerson
be exact.

Ellersons ReceiveFt.
They are vitally important trans-
Lauderdale Award
mission lines that bring electricityfrom
Berlin and Milton Ellerson of Ft. f Sr&Zrdt
Lauderdale, owners of B&M Lawn Georgia to FPL customers
Service It Landscaping, Inc., recently -
received an award as one of the throughout the State of Florida.
Outstanding Black Businesses in
Broward County. -The award was And it's FPL Systems Operatorslike
presented to B&M at a reception,
,
hosted by the Council for Black : < Gerry
Economic Development at the Yt4it
Westin Hotel. Giudici whomonitor

Berlin Ellerson is the daughter ofMargaret
these ,
\aron!; 1ton Ellerson Ui A
the son of Oscar Dell,both of,Starke lines, as well as


Gertrude CruceCelebrates the connecting ,

74thOn lines andpower

Sunday, Oct. 8, Gertrude plants
Rosier Cruce celebrated her 74th a
birthday with a roast pig dinner around the state.
given by her family at her Lawtey
home. Thc 'specially trained
About 86 family members and
friends enjoyed this festive occa- make sure our supply of electricitymeets
sion. All 14 of her children their
spouses and family attended this af- everyone's needs. Always at

fair: Marvin of Augusta, Ga.;
Eulamae Carlton Gennell Starling, the best available price.

Gertie Faye Noegel, Quincy, Ger- For FPL customers, the impor-
trude Griffis, George, Frank, Mar-
cus of Starke, Bernice Duncan, tance of these transmission linesis
Virginia Linzy, Lucinda Batton of -
Lawtey, Frankie Mae Pipkins of clear. They save you money.
Macclenny and Cathern Duncan of
Woodville. Also attending were Coy : Tt ; The lines allow FPL
Cruce of Lawtey and Seika Sae, an i *
exchange student from Japan. I i LtP: to bring lessexpensive

Volleyball and loving fellowshipwere _' I
enjoyed by all. We wish special ,
thanks to Archie Tanner for pro- # coal fired
viding the tent and all who helped d -
-
make this day special. pq
y---j-: : tr-1 I power
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'" l from out-of-state into Florida
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Club
Gator QB -
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a -
". That also allows FPL to make
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()o"
Meets ThursdayThe ---
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Starke Gator QuarterbackClub ". j sure:; that oil isn't your only option.We .
meets this Thursday, Nov. 9, / I
to bring
beginning with social time at 6:30, .,.. I go to great lengths
i
followed by a covered dish dinner at So that can use
7 p.m. The meeting will be held at you electricity. you

the Agricultural Extension Buildingat as much or as little as you like
the Bradford County

Fairgrounds.Seats 1 ; Which is why we keep Georgiaon
are available on Florida- .
Georgia bus, open to the public. Call our line.
Hazel Hardy, 964-7451.


Paul & Edith Lee

Celebrating 52ndMr.

& Mrs. Paul and Edith Lee of
Starke will be observing their 52nd
wedding anniversay Sunday, Nov. $ ;i K
T
12.The Lees have been long-time 4iz / F //I :;

residents of Starke, and have one "d.t"6:1r.:
son, Donald, two grandchildren and NjyYr '. I
two greatgrandchildren.Mr. PPL.inheres .1
'
Lee retired from CROM Corp.in r ',., ,'ill1-
Gainesville, and Mrs. Lee was <
employed at the sewing factory in a better way .
FPL will find Itr

Starke. Ii'/ frLJ
:
Wal-Mart's Quilting .

Class A SuccessLast :' ..... .
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Thursday forty-one quilters .t'F ,' / .
met at Wal-Mart for the first of a six- ....: -" '. "N' .
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class taught Ruby. Hersey. y ....
part by .' ;'.>;' ; .1
Students heard discussions of many ." ....'
quilting techniques and received ';''J'' ,
fabric to begin from Wal-Mart. hl ,t',;, "

Each quilter will have her project' F : -4- : ':...!f+...:' .
assembled before the end of this session 1t'Mr !-' f.."
and blocks will be completed at 4 -I
home. -I ",: i

'There has been a strong renewed y I
interest in Bradford and surrounding J,: e
counties lately In quilting. H .', '.:",11'' ..., .
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:Many quilting from. .< R.,." .:. J .', '
their childhood and wanted '"try It. .)et...-
Oilier' were 'experienced quiltcr
ready to try new projects.
All were looking forward to doing
their quilting homework I hi* tall.




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Veteran's Day Ceremony Anniv.Eastern Celebration Star Church News..............................................**.**...*. H

Sunday, Nov. 12 fashioned and come to fellowshipwith cooking, and Christian fellowship.
Planned by Legion Post Bradford Baptist Sunday School begins at 10 a.m.
the this special
congregation on
11(
Lu-Esther Chapter, Order of the followed with Morning Worship at )
Having Old-Fashioned day for a time of worship and bless
Eastern Star will celebrate their
Commission Proclaims annual Pastor Is Gene Bass. For more
County ing. The church is located off SR 100 a.m.
anniversaryon Sunday, Nov. 12 Sunday November
12 964-6463.
on Hwy. 100-A (Griffia Loop) at the information call Karen,
November 11 as Veterans Day at 3 p.m. Services will be held at
Philadelphia Baptist Church in Bradford Baptist Church will be RR tracks.
The annual Veterans Day at the Veterans Memorial on South Lawtey. An inspirational service is having its 3rd annual Old-Fashioned Wedding...
breakfast is scheduled again this Walnut Street starting at 10:30a.m. being planned. Sunday on November 12 at 11 a.m. Norton-Wilson
year at the American Legion Post At 11:00: proceedings will be halted Everyone is invited to attend this er- Sampson City
Home on Edwards Road. and Taps sounded at the eleventh vice. To Wed SundayCarl
Breakfast will be ready at 7 a.m. hour of the eleventh day of the After a special time of preaching Homecoming Set and Catherine Wilson
and continue until about 10 a.m. on eleventh month, commerating the Vogue Manufg.Has and singing, W.B. McKinney will The Sampson City Church of God will be Norton united in marriage this Sun-
Veterans Day, Saturday November hour of the signing of the Armistice Dress-Up Contest the play his violin followed by dinner on would like to invite you to come and day Nov. 12 at 4:45: p.m.at the Nor-
which ended World War I. grounds. Antiques will be on with them this Sunday, Nov. 12 dome : 200-B off
11.A Vogue Manufacturing announcesthe and join ton in Lawtey,on;
display a
traditional Veterans Day All veterans and their spouses are mortgage burning will Homecoming. Immediately
winners of their Halloween be held. US 301.
ceremony is also planned.to beheld_ welcome l.. and urged to attend.WIIUUBAS Dress-up Day. June (Grim Reaper) Pastor Stockton "Skipper" Smith following the Morning Worship Service All friends and relatives are in-
there will be dinner on the be served followingthe
will
Griffis won first place. The other vited. Food
encourages everyone to dress old-
ground with of good home
finalists Pardee Eula plenty
were Sandy ceremony.
p n 0 C LAM A T 1 O N ..
-'-
Mae Carlton, Liz McClellan, Wendy --------------------
McRae and Phillis Harper. T T T T T T T TiT T T T i tiai TiT Tir i TiT TiT T TiT T T T T X iiT *-!* --'--'-'ss

All winners received cash awards
Tho nun and women who have aurved In the Armod Forces of and all employees were treated to BRADFORDBAPTffiTCHURCH
.. the Unitod'State of America hav mid major contribution toward tho preservation -
pizza for lunch. No one could
aril and guess
of tho freedom ol this Nation tier people;
who the man in the coat and tie was.
Rumor has it that it was Mr. Flynn 3rd Annual Fashioned Sunday"November
WIIBKBAS Thar are million, of men and women throughout the Nation masquerading as a businessman. A
who have met the greatest demand of eitisenshlp-hunorsbl military service fun workday was enjoyed by all. AM
In of 12 1989 11:00
to their country time war; and ,

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:: WIIBKBAS, the services performed by these million of gallant American f
=:: have demonstrated the unselfish willingness of our Nation to meet the challenge Wilson Celebrates100th creSSeiv t: .8Od
; of Ihoao wishing to subjugate Individual determination through armed conflict BirthdayMrs.
and vas\\\O\\e x lllJd i1'eJciJJOI.l1e

Dee Wilson, a native of
Starke, will celebrate her 100th birthday /

WIIBRBAS. Tho Congress of the United Slates of America baa designated ,
S the eleventh day of November of each year a. Veteran Day; and. on Nov. 18 at the Pleasant \ 1r .
Valley Care Center on 905 W. min as! -
Madison St. ;n.
WIIBItBAS. the Nation and the free world are eternally grateful for the Born Nov. 20, 1889, Mrs. Wilson Gc '
'Pe1ItOTtW
contribution ..f Amuriuan veteran to the advancement of the cause of an lionoruble v ,
world puaco; now has lived in Starke all her life. Affectionately jt } ; &'/110. /,,<<,
known as "Aunt Dee", p j// /
she has been an active member of jon /lJll!
TIIBHUFOIIB I, Wilbur L. Water, Chairman of the Board of County the Daughter of the Confederacy and \ '
Commiauionura of Bradford County, Starko, Florida do hereby call upon oilcitUun The Woman's Club,and also workedfor 1ut'M
to observe Saturday November 11. 1989. as VETERANS DAY and
ask that the day be observed with appropriate ouromonlo In honor of those the State Welfare Board for 12' 1'ov
who have served the national purpose to prune the principle of Justice years. ded'
freedom and Democracy. The birthday party will be held '\ ,
s !
from ; ,! ,
1-2 p.m. for family and close 1 a"
friends, and will be followed by an \
._ I further call upon all citizens and business firms to mark tills day with house from 2-5 The
tho proud display of the flag of the United Status of America In roafflrmulum open p.m. com
-
::f of our national unity lORd prido and In rududicatlon of our national Ideal open munity house is encouraged, and Dean to attend O'Neill's the Pastor "Skipper" Smith and his congregation invite you to

Southern Pride Bluegrass Band will and with this of worship and blessing.
:T:i IN WITNESS WIIHIIUOF. I have hereunto set my hand and caused to bouffixcd come fellowship us on special day
;f the official seal. of tho City cf Starko. Bradford County Florida provide entertainment for Aunt
this let day of November. 1989. Dee's guests. Music Director Lafollette Youth Director Jim Johns
?= ..... ATTEST : Larry :
\ VOTEELECT LAWTEY
': (Bradford Baptist Church is located off of SR 100 Hwy. 100AGriffis Loop at the RR tracks)
J DELBERT L. JORDAN

;,;: )J1. : ( 0': \I MA. CLIiNK OF'COUIIT City Council Group I ,
5w
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SSt 1IOAUU OK COUNTY C9MMISSIONEItSC



?:i ( Births( ? ] YOUR NEWSPAPER I Ia.r






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.
w Announcing..

': ...Michael Drew Gaines fit$
.:'! David & Kathy Gaines announce 3 t ii r
t_ the birth of a son, Michael Drew
f: born at Lakeland Regional Medical
Center on Nov. 1. Michael Drew
i S weighed 8 lb. 8Vi oz., and joins two

5e; brothers, nine-year-old Derek and ..'.... ,....
: 18-mos.-old Weston. a : _t::: :- ) "I,liluciitlzr(I
: Maternal grandmother is Dorothy ...'..""",
': Teston of Lawtey. Great
;: grandfather is Dave Tanner of
;: Callahan. '
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: Paternal grandmother Is Sharon :
j
Gaines of Starke. Great- : TTflXfl144ITLk1 -

;I t Augustine.grandmother is Fern Wells of St.


...Autumn Lindsey Box

r::i Michael&Jennifer Box of Lawtey
.:; announce the birth of a daughter, .
Autumn Lindsey, born Nov. 1 In ,
=': Gainesville weighing 9 lb. 1 oz. She

rJ j joins 2'/i-year-old sister Megan Bradford
ii:. Michelle. e COUnt
:t Maternal grandparents are Bobbin hE11L y '.
.
I:.: Box of Lawtey and Robert .; 01';, :
E, Sharpe of Athens Ohio. Great- 1''I':?
.: grandparents are Waunita Taylor ;
is and Ronald Wagoner both of Athens,
!: Ohio.
::L Paternal grandparents are Diane
!; Walker of Jacksonville and the late .
': Randy Box of Lawtey. Great-
:: grandparents are Lois Tanner and ettrapbThe

:g Annamae King both of Lawtey


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r.I: Legal Notice Something you can't buy anywhere else

f$ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH .
.. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD
I: COUNTY FLORIDA.
ti: CIVIl ACTION NO: 89-176-CA in the world.
FNB PROPERTIES. INC., a Florida. Corporation -
;: ,
:= Plaintiff,
!C' vt
:: RUDOLPH CARTER; The Unknown H.lr.,
1: Devisee,Grant...,.....Ign..., LI.nor.,
:: Creditor, Trust.. or Oth.r Claimant
r: claiming by through und.r or against
RUDOLPH CARTER who li not known to
: be d.ad or allv; and DEPARTMENT OF ..
..: HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES
CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT UNIT;

Def.ndants.NOTICE
OF SALE
Nolle U h.r.by given that, pursuant
to an ord.r or a final judgment of
for.clo.ur. entered In the obovt-
captioned action, I will sell the property ; t .

deicrlbed situated LOT S..In Block ai:Bradford 15 Lincoln County City, ,Florida as par 23f A WEEK DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME. .:;::4 S :;

plot thereof recorded In D..d Book I, rl : ,rf L,
Page 177, of the public record of Brad
ford County, Florida. Less than the stamp it takes to mail a letter...
!: ALSO: On. 1972 Glen Mobil. Horn,

t: Identification No. SH202M1S16148 .
t: at public sole, to the' hlghit bidder
-- for cash In the lobby of the Bradford B1BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBUBBBBBBBBBBDBBBBBBI...
i County Courthou., In Stark, Florida A Great Christmas .,

at 11:00 a.m. an the 6th day of Please Send Subscription To: .
Dcmber. 1989. :
; iE WITNESS my hand and official leal this '. Gift For A Good o
t j: 6th day of November, 1989.RAY !t"' t
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NORMAN Name '" \'tty!
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: Clerk of Circuit Court .;. ,
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I L By Carol William "' Friend! : > : ... < ;
I A!Deputy Clerk : Address
Fred H. Kent III .i : : ''N .
f Florida Bar 327042 '

, J2S Kent Water, Ridge Street.. Crawford, Suit 900Jocksonvlll Notice the rack price, for ,tfie : City Zip : ,>: !
Florida 32202

I I (9O4)Attorney 333-SS01 for Plaintiff Telegraph will go to 350 0 Enclosed is a check for.$12.00. Out-of<: ounty subscription $14.00 N 'J': I

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Meet. LCS' New Staff Members !

How to Start a Savings Investment Program Ii
Lawk-y Community School' Is welcoming several new teachers to their ,

ltaff.Mrs.Catherine Mallard is the new K-8 art teacher. Graduated from the Do you wish you could savernoneybutthereJustneverseernsto Course topics include: You may read the lesson at your convenience I
U r of F with! a BA In Art Education on May 8,1989, she was married on July be any to save? Would you like eome Where do I begin? .
Save?
1989,and started her and Why If complete the course and I
first year of teaching in August. Mrs.Mallard ideas about how to start your saving you
husband, Dwayne, reside in Lake Butler. and investment ? What's What In Saving Invest- return your course evaluation, you
Mrs.; Lisa Prevatt Is a new third grade teacher. Lisa graduated from. If your answer program is YES, then ment? will receive a certificate comple-- 7
you
.Which Is the Best Alternative for
UNF In August with a degree in Elementary Education. Her husband, will want to enroll in the home study Me? tion.There
Jimmy Prevatt'is a P.E. teacher at Starke Elementary,and they have one course being offered by the Brad-- Is no cost to receive this
child, Jake. Lisa Is happy to be working in Bradford County. ford/Union County Extension Ser- Where Will Place the Money I home study course. To enroll, simply -
Save
Mr. Jeremiah Johnson Joins LCS as a Social Studies, Reading and vice. The course is entitled Starting write or call the Bradford County The necessary BTU value of an air
Your Financial Ad-
English teacher for the sixth to eighth grades. He is a graduate of BHS and Your Investment Program With $1 visers.Choosing Extension Office at 9644280 Ext 284. conditioner must be multiplied by
the Univ.of South Fla. He has taught in Union County for the previous nineyears to $1,000. In Union County, call the Extension different numbers different part
and is a Lawtey resident.Mr. You will receive one lesson per Office at 496-2321. of the country.
eck for nix.weeks through the. ll
m _
John Slater teaches math ._ -
: .! Basssssiissssssisssi>Bs>i i J .. ---- -' -
10 grades e through 8. He earnedalleconomics
degree from N. Carolina.
State and served in the Navy eight
USDA
I Choice Beef
years. John also taughimathjit: BHS
two years. John is married to Carol lip t :
Slater, a science teacher at BMS and
has. four children. > BONELESSSIRLOIN -
Mrs. Stella Joyner is interning in _
Mrs. Odessa Hamilton's 2nd grade. ,
She is a BHS graduate and graduates 'I
from UNF Dec.16. Stella is marriedto I
Randy Joyner and has four children. :


Lawtey School NewsThe _

LCS band will join BMS and a
BUS for their next performance at
the half-time show of the football Lb
game on Nov. 10. Another performance SEIIEAK
is scheduled for the Dec. 9
Christmas Parade.
For those who have not received /, SUN. MOil. TUES. WED. THUIt. Fit'' SAT.
orders of candy or gifts, due to dif- a 7 t e /0 11
ficulties In getting orders filled from # 12
the company, there have been some Extra Lean Fresh
delays and they should be filled Spareribs 1.48 Prices In this ad good Monday.
/rz? : .. u. Nov 6 thru Sunday Nov. 12. 18b,.
soon.Mrs.
McClellan's fifth grade classIs
reading"Surprise Island"by Ger-
trude Chandler Warner and doing
two and three digit mulitiplication. Extra
Mrs. Mallard's and Mrs. F! 1L e -
Atkinson's eighth grade class is having an
a raffle for a Thanksgiving
/
turkey. Tickets will be on sale Nov. LE
8-20, and proceeds will benefit the .

high eighth Mrs.school grade fund.trip sixth to D.C.and and seventh their __________ L -

Flynn's Ic1 _
grade geography in National class will Geography be participating 8UpN __________ e.i

Awareness Week Nov. 12-18. The ___ _
_
week is sponsored by Congress and ____

there stimulate and environmental will be student's contests awareness.geographical and prizes to _________ ___


Red Delicious Or
USDA Commodity

Distribution Dates ROME

Suwannee River Economic Council
Inc., announces the following Lb. ,
dates for distribution of USDA com APPLES
modities. Qualifications guidelinesand ( Salmon OrSHARK
income eligibility scale information 2 Liter
may be obtained from the \U ,IYIAKO
Suwannee Inc.Commodities River Economic Council, 'Pepsi Cola 5 9

STEAKS
must be picked up
only at the site designated on the
card.You must present your current
card to receive commodities.You or 9 89- 5 Lb. Bag
either of two designated alternatesmay ., ,

y pick up the commodities. --Grade .. ..... ,. ,,. .. . OtstNPepsit'l
.
,,
I Distribution site u4(glata.. -are as I' HOiiY Farms ., \.w.f-, "' ,p a. ;, ... IIIRidu Vr tli
$ ; ,
follows: J> q a r tar
Diet Mt: Dtwl
NOV. 6-22: STARKE: SREC FRYER ,mltatlOn ''
Outreach Center, 134 E. South MIXED Mt.Dew.: .. .. .. Z Uter 98
Street, 9:00 a.m.-4 p.m. / 0 1Z D:. wnsreat.d Hems. a' '

canned Flour,pork peanut will butter be distributed, butter this and PARTSCRAB Pepsi CClla... .. .. 1.59


month.Please commodities bring a box in. or bag to put jumbo Pack Ch cken ,MEAT


your School Menus THIGHS .f;[et, Snow WhiteCAULIFLOWER

Nov. 13-17 1 9L. COLLARD y

Bradford Elem.&Middle School .Y
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MONDAY Beef.vegetable loup, cheese toast, '
cabbage slaw l peaches, milk. : : Jumbh.. r.

buttered TUESDAY com Taco,applesauce(beef/lettuce/tomato/cheese,brownie,milk Yr ..;,.. ," -'\.,... h..... /' J'' 'Gyrcls Head
WEDNESDAY Chicken 4 noodles, cheese. stlx, ,'!t :,' ; ,
buttered green peas,fruit cup,biscuits ft honey '"

milk.THURSDAY,Fried chicken mashed potatoes ,f:
gravy mustard greens, fruit jello, hot roll., "g

milk.FRIDAY Spaghetti w/meat sauce,cheese stlx, : 9Ilb .Cb.
tossed salad fruit cup hot rolls,milk. .
o School
Bradford High '
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MONDAY BBQ on bun,buttered corn cabbage
slaw,chocolate cake w/lcing, milk.
TUESDAY Beef-vegetable soup, cheese toast,
o saltine crackers,fruit cup,cookie, milk '

potatoes WEDNESDAY,hot,buttered rolls,!milk Hamburger green peas strawberry gravy, mashed shortcake EXTRA LOW 1 PRICESi.pEVER' OAi !

THURSDAY Fried chicken, baked beans,
garden salad peaches,butterscotch cookies,hot '. ,-
rolls, milk
FRIDAYWhaler: on bun, later tots mixed '
vegetables, pineapple upside down cake,milk. 18.5 Oz. Butter Gold/ / fr-V* .
18.25. Oz. Devils Food/White/ I OLD MILWAWCE*A -I1 5 Ct. Merico

_Yellow Cake Mixes BISCUITS
OLD MILWAUKEE '
DUNCAN NINES neluss t/1zalitsN '"1 1 ,'?TM 1j'r

r 11d1 DDTfl$

''*:''.' !- 690 a 'r fi t h YM My tiOQi ., : 1

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Chicken: The Good News
1 1M This year there just might be a rf ", -
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.. chicken in every pot. Thereare .1
J
,.' three good reasons people should 20 Oz. In Juic e J;= t 1A: 7.1 8Hostess, '
'. eat more chicken, .say nutritionists 50 Oz. White House Chunk/Crushed/Slicedfr ,, + ; _
: ? WHIP TOPPING
1. It's low in fat, cholesterol- and APPLE SAUCE LIBBY'S PINEAPPLE. { .
I S: sodium.Chicken contains less than
1i.' '; \
'; :r half the fat beef does and about att ,
third that of pork. Most of that fats $129 2.J,99c

",'"'I- ,' is unsaturated.has only 72 A mg.three-ounce of cholesterol serving 59 C' ,t I

and only two percent of the ideal ) ,
: : daily intake of sodium. .
2. It's high in protein and vita-
.. mins. No meat surpasses chicken

I as a source of of quality roasted protein-chicken 16 Oz. 20 Ct.. Quart 10W30/10W40 *! :J I 'J., .:.:;. ? f iottf..eriiOn"
three ounces .
m
breast provides over half the day's SOLO PARTY CUPS HAVOLINE MOTOR Ojfe: "rImM.Oi.c t tc Delerroent'!
,
requirement. It also provides niacin .
phosphorous iron, thiamine, : < '
4'riboflavin, and vitamin A. .
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i ",?k it 3.'It's one of the lowest calorie 99,0 ...., 99 Y ;11'"1') \ oj.8'n:..,9 9 '
*' 'meats around. A three-ounce skinless .10- "';:.. f- l .'
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is less than 150 calor- ii1 ; ..
t ;. ,serving : ._" ,; : /-"f"
,., tea; and chicken doesn't need cal -=-- ,1// .. '" ft I
orie-laden ingredients or sauces to '!!' !t'rtrV' .'..,1 ; ..

enhance its flavor.
I y V

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\ four basso food group o main
':,.' 'ow-calo"e chicken Is a pr ocd: '
.'. cour... Village Shopping Center US 3O1 South

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Single Family, be rezoned to RO and Homemade Trailer.. Serial FLT3416P; one Plaintiff,
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Residential/Office the ((1)) 1977 Homemade Trailer Serial v.
designated pro ALDERMAN and ELMO G.
REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF WILLIAM R.
perty of JOANN GLISSON a FAye FLT3415P; and one ((1)) 1978 Homemade The Unknown
his wife
I THE LAND USE PLAN ALDERMAN, ;
Trailer Serial' FLT3419Pat
MATHESON. described as follows: 1 ,
Grantees, Assignees
An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive Heirs Devisees
sale to the bidder
highest
Acre Parcel 03969-0.00100 'In Section 39, public Trustees or Other
Element Creditors,
Land Use Plan and Llenors
for cash 'In the lobby of the Bradford
Township 6, Rang 22 on 1637 W. underor
by, through,
Map by Bradford County, Florida In accordance Claimants claiming
Florida County Courthouse, .In Stark, Florida
with the local( Gov.rnm.ntCompr.hen.lv. Madison St.. Starke, 32091. against WILLIAM R. ALDERMAN and
between 11:00 and 2:00 on the
of You or* further given NOTICE that a a.m. p.m. ALDERMAN who are not
Act 1975
G.
Planning as ELMO
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO You may see these buses at the provided for In Chapter 163 of the copy of told proposed ORDINANCE Is 6th day of December. 1989. known to be dead or alive; FLEET
Operations Center, 519 N. Orange the office WITNESS My hand and official seal this
REGISTER Florida Statutes.TO available for your 'Inspection at FINANCE, INC.. a Florida Corporation!
Street, Starke, Monday through Friday and Planning 6th day of November, 1989.
FICTITIOUS NAME ALL CITIZ ENS, Taxpayers and other of the Director of Zoning TERRY A. PARKS and MARY E. PARKS.
N. ,suant to Section 863.09 Florida from 8:30: a.m. until 3:30 p.m. each day. Interested City Hall Thompson Street, Stark, RAY NORMAN Mother and son; and the Unknown
These buses are sold as is, and must be persons.You Clerk of Circuit Court
;ties notice it hereby given that the Florida. Assignees,
Grantees,
and of ,
each and Devisees
hereby Heirs,
you or.
lei, signed ROYCE E. ADAMS P. O. removed within five ((5)) working days herewith given notice In accordancewith Each and every person having any Interest By Carol( WilliamsAs Llenors, Creditors, Trustees. or Other

> .. 404, Stark. Florida 33041 sole after bids are awarded. Florida Statutes that th. Board of whatever In the enactment of this Deputy Clerk Claimants claiming by, through, underor
,ner doing business under the firm 2tchg 11/2-9 County Commissioners of Bradford proposed ORDINANCE should appear Fred H. Kent. III against TERRY A. PARKS and MARY E.

"no of BRUSH ARBOR TIMES MUSIC Control 243 County, Florida, have designated the and be heard at the time and place Florida Bar 327042 Crawford PARKS, who are not known to be deador
SHOP. 132 E. Call Street, Starke, Florida '- ;-- prescribed. Kent, Ridge a
Bradford County Zoning and Planning alive;
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 225 Water Street, Suit. 900
*?0f] intend to register said fictitious BOARD OF BRADFORD
Board to conduct a public hearing at a
REGISTER Jacksonville, Florida 32202
nine' under the aforesaid statute. held COUNTY COMMISSIONERSBy Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE
FICTITIOUS NAME regular meeting at 7:00 p.m. In the
!Dated this 24th day of October, 1989 the Clerk ((904)) 353-5501 that, pursuant
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida Council Room of Stark City Hall. Stark, 2tchg 11/9-16 Notice Is hereby given
Bradford County. Florida November, 1989 Control 237 to an order or a final (judgment of
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the on Tuesday, Control 251
4tpd 10/26.11/16 undersigned HAROLD T. WADSWORTH, and make a recommendation to the Ilchgll9NOTICE foreclosure entered In the above-

Rout 2, Box 1299. Stark, Florida 32091 Board of County Commissioners and the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH captioned action 1 will sell the properly

-I m; CIRCUIT COURT: OF THE EIGHTH sole owner doing business under the Board will consider' on Wednesday, OF SALE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD situated .In Bradford County Florida
DICIAL firm name of T & M MECHANICAL December 20, 1989, at the Commissioners Notice Is hereby given that under and COUNTY. FLORIDA. described as:
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
BRAD-
,)RD COUNTY FLORIDA. MAINT. & FABRICATION Route 2, Box Room of the Bradford County by virtue of Part IV of Chapter 83 F.S., CIVIL ACTION NO: 89-224-CA Lots Thirteen ((13)) and Fourteen ((14)) of

CASE NO. 8-149.CAXKH. 1299 Stark. Florida 32091. Intends toregl.ter Courthouse, Starke Florida al 7:30 p.m. as Self-Storage Facility Act that th.und.rslgned FNB PROPERTIES, INC., a Florida Corporation Block Twenty-Two ((22)), of Temple's Addition
JO LOVHACE.Plmiililf said fictitious name under the an Ordinance relating to: will tell for cash to the to the Town of Starke according to
aforesaid statute. The rezoning of the following described highest bidder at the corner of Laura and Plaintiff the plat thereof recorded In Deed BookG

Dated this 26th day of October 1989 property and amending the Comprehensive Water Streets, Stark. Florida, at 1:00: VI page 304 of the public records of

\VID ,ARL COX In Bradford County. Land Use Plan to. providethat p.m., on the 26th day of November WILLIAM R. ALDERMAN and ELMO G. Bradford County, Florida and located In

iHNNI-! : = LATSON. and 4tpd 1112.23Control land currently zoned RSF-1, and 1989, the content of UNIT 4, belonging ALDERMAN, his wife: The Unknown Section 28, Township 6 South Range 22
"II I (Ii' FT TRUCKING INC., 246 designated by the plan as Residential to RICHARD 'DICK' WOLF, containing Heirs Devisees, Grantees, Assignees, East together with: The East half of an
Di.fondants Single Family b. rezoned to RO and personal and household goods. By llenors, Creditors Trustees or Other unused alley 1 lying within Block 22 of

NOTICE OF ACTION designated Residentlal/Offic, the property Allen's Attic Self-Service Storage, P.O. Claimants claiming by. through under Temple's Addition to the Town of Stark.

DAVID EARL COX, his heirs and NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR of WALTER W. SYLVESTER described Box 656 Keystone Heights Florida or against WILLIAM R. ALDERMAN and lying between Lots land 2 on the West
qiisXrldross REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF as follows: Lot 16 of lake Hampton 32656. ELMO G. ALDERMAN, who are not and Lots 13 and 14 on the East
Oaks, Parcel 00983-0-01600 178'x24S'. 11/9-16 at public sale, to the highest bidder
UnknownOU THE LAND USE PLAN 2tchg known to be dead or alive; THOMAS J.
< AR= HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ace An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive Section 23, Township 7 South Range 21 ALDERMAN; and the Unknown Heirs for cash In the lobby of the Bradford r
Land Use Plan Element and East, approximately 8 miles South on County Courthouse In Starke. Florida,
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i has boon filed against you In Brad. INTENTIONTO Devisees, Grantees, Assignees, Llenors of
NOTICE OF the 6th day
I County in the above led Court. Map by Bradford County, Florida In accordance 301.You REGISTER Creditors Trustees or Other Claimants between 11:00 a.m. on
further with the local Government are further given NOTICE that a under December, 1989.
aro notified that In laid ac- claiming by through or againstTHOMAS this
NAME seal
"i the Plaintiff Is requesting (hat the Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is FICTITIOUS J. ALDERMAN who Is not WITNESS my hand and official
for In 163 of the available for inspection at the office Pursuant to Section 86S.09 Florida 6th day of November,
"it award monetary damages for Inos provided Chapter your known to be dead or alive: 1989.RAY
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the NORMAN
sustained Florida Statutes of the Director of Zoning and Planning
"t in an automobile acci-. TO ALL CITIZENS Taxpayers and other City Hall, Thompson Street, Stark, undersigned, SUSIE LOTT WALKER P. O. Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE Clerk of Circuit Court
Box 202, Hampton, Florida 32044, sole By Carol'WilliamsAs
OU AR REQUIRED to serve a copy of Interested persons. Florida. Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto
r written defenses, If any, to the ac- You and each of you are hereby and Each and every person having any Interest owner doing business' under the firm an order or a final judgment of Deputy Clerk
.H on the Plaintiffs attorney, whose herewith given notice in accordancewith whatever in the enactment of this name of SU-EL's RETIREMENT HOME P. foreclosure entered In the obove- Fred. H. Kent, III\
ome and address Is DARLA JEAN Florida Statutes that the Board of proposed ORDINANCE should appear O. Box 202, Hampton Florida 32044, 'Intends captioned action I will sell the property Florida Bar 327042

HRISTOPHER Post Office Drawer 40, County Commissioners of Bradford and be heard at the time and place to register said fictitious name situated In Bradford County, Florida, Kent Ridge A Crawford

rke Florida 32091 on or before 27 County, Florida, hove designated the prescribed. under the aforesaid statute. described as: 22S Water Street Suite 900
.umber 1989 and file the originalh Bradford County Zoning and Planning BOARD OF BRADFORD Doted this' 9th day of November 1989. PARCEL 1: N '/ of SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Jacksonville Florida 32202

the Clerk of this Court, either' Board to conduct a public hearing at a COUNTY COMMISSIONERSBy In Bradford County. Section 20, Township 7 South Rang 22 ((904)) 353-5501 2tchg 1 11/9.16
lore service on the Plaintiff's, attorney regular meeting held at 7.00 p.m. in the the Clerk .tchgl1/9.30 East Bradford County Florida except Attorneys for Plaintiff Control 2S3

'immediately thereafter otherwise a Council Room of Stark City Hall Starke, Control 235 Control 250 road ROW. ALSO except Deed recorded

figment will be entered for the relief Florida on Tuesday, November 28, 1989, ltchgll9NOTICE In O.R. Book 200. page 593 Deed
handed In the Complaint. and make a recommendation to the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH recorded In O.R. Book 203, page 471,
WITNESS My hand and official seal of Board of County Commissioners and the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 'IN AND FOR BRAD and Deed recorded In O.R. Book 211, fJ
s Court on this 23rd day of October Board will consider on Wednesday, OF APPLICATIONFOR FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. 9. Less and except property
page
'A9 December 20 1989 at the Commissioners REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF CIVIL ACTION NO. B9-310-CA described 'In Official Records Book 292
RAY NORMAN THE LAND USE PLAN FNB PROPERTIES. INC., a Florida corporation
Room of the Bradford County
page 4, of the public records of Bradford There's a big meeting coming up
CLERK OF TH:COURT An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive ,
Courthouse, Stork., Florida at 7:30 p.m. Florida.
Carol Williams, Land Use Plan Element and Plaintiff County in a hour, you have three deadlinesto
By an Ordinance relating' to: PARCEL 2: The SW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of
Deputy Clerk The rezoning of the following described Map by Bradford County, Florida In accordance vs Section 16 Township 7 South Range 22 meet, the work is piling up and
"vthg 10 26-11/16 property and amending the Comprehensive with the local Government TIMOTHY WILKERSON and LOU ELLEN East In Bradford County, Florida the clock keeps ticking away. What

>ntrol 241 land Use Plan to providethat Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as WILKERSON, his wife: The Unknown at public sale, to the highest bidderfor should you do first? Stop, take a

-' land currently zoned RSF-1, and provided for In Chapter 163 of the Heirs. Devisees, Grantees, Assignees, cash, In the lobby of the Bradford breather and relax, say the experts.Now'a .
NOTIC EOF INTENTION designated by the plan as Residential Florida Statutes.TO Llenors, Creditors. Trustees or Other Courthouse, In Stark, Florida
County good time to close the office
TO REGISTER Single Family, be rezoned to RSF-MH-1, ALL CITIZENS Taxpayers other Claimants claiming by, through underor between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00: p.m. on the a
FICTITIOUS NAME and designated RSF/Mobile Home, the Interested persons. against TIMOTHY WILKERSON and 6th day of December, 1989. door, put your feet up for a minuteor
"ursuant to Section 865.09 Florida property of ROBERT COOPER describedas You and each of you are hereby and LOU ELLEN WILKERSON who are not WITNESS hand and official seal this two and slowly sip a nice cup of

Mutes notice is hereby given that the follows: Approximately 3.2S acres herewith given notice In accordance known to be dead or alive: and FLEET 6th day of November my 1989. your favorite hot tea. By slowing
JAMES H. HAULER- oo with Florida Statutes that the Board of FINANCE, INC., a Florida corporation; .
dersigned J. H. or more or less out of Parcel 04206-0 RAY NORMAN down just a bit, you may find thatyou're
')N, Route, Box 1SS5, Starke, Florida located off of Edwards Road approximately County Commissioners of Bradford Defendants.NOTICE Clerk of Circuit Court becoming less tense and
.091 sole owner doing business under V4 mile from city limits. County, Florida have designated the OF SALE By Carol WilliamsAs you
ne, firm name of '*ANGLER SQUIR You are further given NOTICE that a Bradford County Zoning and Planning Notice Is hereby given that pursuant Deputy Clerk can think more clearly. That may

M-NT CO. or WRANGLER EQUIPMENT, copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is Board to conduct a public hearing at a to an order or a final judgment of Fred H. Kent, III\ help you finish all your tasks much

Route' 4, Box 1SS5, Starke, Florida 32091, available for your inspection at the office regular meeting held at 7:00 p.m. In the foreclosure entered In the above- Florida Bar 327042 more quickly and easily!
Mends to register said fictitious name of the Director of Zoning and Plann- Council Room of Stark City Hall Stark, captioned action, I will sell the property Kent Ridge t Crawford

,der the aforesaid statute. ing, City Hall, Thompson Street, Stark, Florida, on Tuesday November 211, 1989. situated In Bradford County, Florida, 225 Water Street Suite 900 STARKECHURCH
Dated this 17th day of October, 1989, Florida. and make a recommendation to the described as: Jacksonville, Florida 32302
,> Bradford County Each and very person having any Interest Board of County Commissioners and the Lots One ((1)) and Two ((2)) of Block Nine ((904)) 353-5501 OF GOD .:
4tpd 10/19.1119 whatever in the enactment of this Board will consider on Wednesday, ((9)) of the City of lowt. according to for Plaintiff .
Control 239 .proposed. ORDINANCe should appear December 20, 1989 at the Commissioners the original plot of Lawtey as recorded: ,,jlitorneys 21chg II/9.16Control2S2 422 N.St.Clair 964-544*t. >,','>, ,i;
and be heard at the tlmejajid place Room of the Bradford County In Deed Book C, Page 3, public recordsof John Sprqtlln( Pastor" ,. cry

REQUEST FOR BIDS prescribed. Courthouse, Starke, Florida at 7:30 p.m.an Bradford County, Florida, 1 lying and We Invite to worship with us
The School Board of Bradford County BOARD OF BRADFORD Ordinance relating to: situate In Section 23, Township 3 South, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH you
vll/ sell six school buses on a SEALED described 22 East. Attended Nursery
COUNTY COMMISSIONERSBy The rezoning of the following Range
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRADFORD
BID BASIS. Bids will be accepted until the Clerk property and amending the Com ALSO one ((1)) 1969 Whit Tractor FLORIDA. Sunday School .___.._ 10 sm
COUNTY
i 00 p.m on Thursday, November 16 Control 259 prehenslv Land Use Plan to providethat S.rloI714857; one ((1)I) 1965Tlmpt Trailer CIVIL ACTION NO: 89.223.CA Morning Worship _M''M'?.._?. 11 am
989, at which time bids will be openedind Itchg II/9 land currently zoned RSF1. and Serial 10994; one ((1)) 1977 Homemade Evening Service -?..__?__. 6 pat
Cor-
FNB PROPERTIES INC., a Florida Wednesday Youth .__........_.... 730pm
awarded to the HIGHEST BIDDER. designated by the plan as Residential Trailer Serial FLT3809P; one ((1)) 1977
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center" 864-N.Temple 964-7061 %46111Lewis'Timber
103 Edwards Rd. a 964-8588 964-7783
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STARKE Distinguised, Caring Service i a fact, you can do Hwy 301 S.' a P.O.Box207

We rebuild starters, alternators For Over 50 Years better at Denmark's Starke

& Generators Steve and Cindy Futch ...hal s rcupoiMlfallllyl 964-5827' 964-6871
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A.MC\t,,...._ .Starke 964-6200 s Thai to he crux oTpwcnUnad.We not only 434 ,

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SERVICE Starkes Only Home Owned .) r But H toe (set of hmity life thatpurcala tIv9647t0lJ Sims, Hwy 301- ML N. of Starke .
Bank 't dcctdc whether or Dot to cultivatetheir -
c-. Independent .r.Ihf_ chlldrca'e moral end rcllglouedevelopment. All NAture Sing of Tctat"" 964-7345 t
811 S. Walnut 964-7830 .
127 E. Call St. 964-7810 '
The churchc and of our coatmunlty -' NORTON TELECOMMUNICAT1ONSRss
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TRANSMISSION SERVICEMosley Restaurant & Lounge Planning Ucasand character of your children.Welcome .tt.., 0w 'seuty '''-
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Custom nude exhaust system* 1018 k.'Tem le 964-6461 9646436Terwillegar '113 R Can SL- 9646025 ,


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.... from Duel A ,
Broadway Adklns ,
and Orange The City of Starke has been advis- eluded '
StrHts. At present, some cars turn ed by the U.S. Department of "The natural in the program. plan is presente for review,it will Starke Is required to have a Safety chasing agent, baa been designated
south on.U8-301 from gas testing program include all aspects of the program, Coordinator and a"Florida
Adkins as
street Transportation that a drug testing establishes safety coordinator. Hard hats
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procedures Zito
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a few including cost, Weldon
turn north. said. Know" manual. The have
The program must be In place by August employers must follow when con- been issued and policies for use
proposal would make 21 990 for natural employees. dinator Is required to make monthly established.
gas ducting
drug testing. Outlined In Safety .. :
Broad Program.
one-way from" U8-301 west to Weldon says he will have a program 'Procedures for Transportation inspections and maintain a file of ., '!be September 1989 billing month
way Street Weldon said during the month of Material Safety Data Sheets. < .
available for review by the city Workplace Drug Testing Programs,' > WM the second consecutive month
October, 1989,Starke facilities were The safety manual has been
council in January. Ho will the that Starke's residential electric
Drug pro- program can be modified to in-
r_' .: Testing......__ _.. __ pose that all city employees be in- elude all city employees. When the inspected Industrial by Safety the and Florida Health.Bureau of employees.prepared and Jerry distributed Wadsworth to pur all rate those was utilities In the reporting.MITCHELL'S lower one. fifth of
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1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees 3)) In case of ties, we will use the total points
DRUG STORE and their Immediate families are welcome to scored In the Bradford High School game each
"Old Fashioned Personal Service"GENERIC enter but there Is a limit to one entry per week (except the Tornadoes open week In that P
DRUGS AVAILABLE person each week. case, we will.use the Gator game) as a tiebreaker.
t 1 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
Russell Stover Candy Hallmark] Cards off at the TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. combined In the tiebreaker blank. For instance. .v
Soda Fountain each Friday afternoon. Fill In all the blanks If the score In the Tornado game was Tornadoeswith
COMPUTERIZED PHARMACY either the name of the team you think 19 Opponents 7.' the correct score was 26
AUBURN VS LOUISIANA TECH will win or "tie" If you think the game will points.
I 127 SINCE E. CALL 1905 end In a tie. The person who picks the most 4)) All decisions of,the Judges will be final. A
STARKE 964..7810 names right will win the top prize. second tiebreaker will be used if necessary.
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964-6600 Workfill.
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Tele:964-7500 Gainesville 372-0103 Jax.282-4522 FREE shoe rental with this ad jJ( *
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1371 S.Walnut St..064-4367 Repair
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Middle School Cross Country Team... Varsity Cross Country Team...
Standing behind Coach George Loper are the Middle Dwayne TtnnantfO( Katlna Ilampton(7), Eric
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( grade), Charles Watson (6), Lisa Thom a(6>, Tony Covlngton(8). Sophomore Denny Eieland. Sophomore Kenneth Sanders.



Tennant Wins Dist. Title, Green is RunnerupBy

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Joe Gin, Ramona's best time; she was not 19:32', her fastest time this year. finish at district in 17:30: was not his Other Bradford runners ft district
rr ICT Staff Writer pushed in this race, and will be a .Starke had no team score. best time of the year, but the first were Seniors Tyrone Sanders, 14th
Ramona Tennant is District 3-2A strong contender next week in the The place runner from Raines High in 20:26 and Kenny DeSue 15th In
Champion cross country runner in regional competition, according to top ten runners qualify for All School was 1:26: faster at 16:04.Larry's 20:33, and Freshman Eric DeSue
the girls division and Larry Green Bradford Track Coach George District Team,quite an accomplishment best time to date was 17:06. 18th in 2101.: Eric posted his best
for Renee, a freshman com-
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Both Ramona and Larry have Renee Daugherty, a freshman Loper. tender for state finals, says Loper. team was Palatka with 53
qualified for the regional champion- competing against stronger juniors says The top ten teams and the first five points. St. Augustine was second
ship cross country meet to be held in and seniors, came in sixth in 14:52: DivisionLarry individual runners will advance to with 55 points and Raines, the
Boy's
Tr' Tallahassee this Saturday, just six seconds behind No. five at state 3A Championship finals in favored team going in was third
November 11. 14:42,a senior from St. Augustine.The Green, a sophmore, ad- Tallahassee, Friday< and Saturday, with 57 points.One of Raines top run-
District championships were number five slot qualifies for vances to regional His second place November 17 and 18. ners was absent,however.
decided last Saturday at the north regional competition,Renee missingby
campus of Florida Community College the six seconds. .
in Jacksonville. Five first individual finishers and
Competing with nine schools in the the first six teams advance to Both Tennant and Green Now Have Qualified for the Regional
district, Ramona finished with the regional competition. A team must
Championship to be Held Nov. 12 in Tallahassee
best time.13:32,well ahead of the second have five runners.
place runner who was SOBpnnni Starke's third and final runner,
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Volleyball Team Suffers Letdown in Loss to BucholzThe


girls volleyball team suffereda The Tornado girls took an early continue their winning ways in ship.The other loss was to 3A Santa dra Butler. Rita Stepheny, Aurilla
let down in the championshipmatch lead in game three,4-0,but Buchholz district 5.Coach Fe, early in the season, and the Williams, LaTara Jackson and
Ar of the district 5-3A tourna- rallied with great defensive and offensive Inez Diggs, though wishing return match was won by the Tor- Monika Williams will return, and
ment,losing to an inspired Buchholz plays to win the game and they could have won the district, is nadoes in a two game meet, 15-12, moving up from the Junior Varsity
team they had beaten early duringthe the tournament 158. proud of the team this year with its 15-1. next year to take over the vacancieswill
regular season. Buchholz had previously been In 16-3 record. Buchholz is the only Coach Diggs will lose three key be Latara Slocum, Latoyia
The Tornado team took the open- class 4A and won their district team in the district to have beaten players from the squad this year Simms, Tequila Hunter and Brandy
ing game 16-14 but allowed Buchholzto Bradford, once in regular season through graduation: Annette Sim- Ross,all who saw action in the tour
jump to a 6-0 start in the second championship five years fn a row play and again for the champion- mons, Eyvette Covington and Ken- nament.
game and coast to a 15-6 win. before dropping to 3A this year to
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very tough physical football Jacksonville this week. Baker plays ..,,* ground has increased the effectiveness Tailback Gordon Fairweather, The power dive between guard weak side, Arlo Parnell, No. 66,
gamp is expected when the Eastside Fernandina Beach. Baker meets of the Ram passing attack, No. 35, 6-0 215-12, Is a very strong and tackle with the fullback blockingthe 190-12, is tough and aggressive.The .
High Rams visit Bradford High at 8p.m. Lee of Jacksonville in the final because.opponents have to protect He'll
runner. run'over tacklers,says linebacker outside and the theI cornerbacks,with good speed,
10)). tomorrow night (Friday, Nov.It's .. regular season game. against the run and cannot line up to the BHS scouting report. Power tailback running behind the block. are Troy Strappy, No. 30, 5-11
Eastside comes Into Friday'sgame beat the pass. back Rodney Coar, No. 22 5-10, The counter,by the tailback,with 170-10, the backup quarterback, andAndrew
a critical District 3-3A game on a roll with four straight: Eastside also has a good kicking 160-12, has good speed and runs the power back and fullback fakingthe Rutledge, No. 11, 5-11,
the Tornadoes must win to remain in wins after a slow 1989 start. Eastside game, which will negate one usual some at tailback. Terry Garrison, other way. 165-11. Safety Robert Bryant, No. 12,
a 3-way tie for the district championship. has beaten Jacksonville Lee 10-7 in BHS advantage, says Coach David No. 14, 5-10,165-12, is similar to No. The fullback dive over guard, 6-0, 170-12, flows with the football
BHS is 7-ion the season and 4-1 overtime, beat Fernandina Beach Hurse. 22, but is a bit stronger and runs with the tailback and power back and covers the slot man. Bryant is
in district action. Santa Fe and 38-6, Ocala Vanguard 27-20, and Ram quarterback Eric Duncan from the wing, too. faking the opposite direction.The tabbed the best Ram defensive back.
Baker High are the two teams with dominated Paxon High. threw for 1,200 yards last season. QB No. 14 is the best short Ram pass quarterback sneak. -
only one district loss and are expected Eastside has switched from the Duncan, No. 10, 6-1, 160-12, sprintsout receiver. The long threat is wide
barring an upset, to battle wishbone option offense to the powerI and throws short and medium receiver Stacy Smith, No. 23, 5-11 The Ram Defense... Cox Appliance
Bradford for the title in a post- formation, and has had success passes best,and throws best going to 160-11, who has good hands.Split eniAllen Smaller but quick, the Eastside
season playoff. running behind a huge offensive line. his left. Eastside will throw the foot- Phillips, No. 31, 5-10, 160-12, defense is like the Tor- &
Santa Fe plays IRe High of" Being able to move the football on ball 15 or 20 times a game. has good speed and good hands. nadoes; the 7-diamond and 6-5 on the Air Conditioning
Fullback Billy Daniels, No. 4 5-7 goal line. The Rams have a lot of
150-11, is a very quick hardnosedbiocker. good athletes, with a lot of natural Service
ability, says Tornado Coach David
The large, physical offensive lineis Hurse.
I BHS Routs Crusaders 510Bradford composed of center Jason Fales, Best athlete on the defense is
No. 75, 5-9, 200-11; guards Rodney defensive end, or the Sam
Herring, No. 72,6-1,25J.12, and Chad linebacker in Tornado lingo, George
King, No. 50, 6-0, 230-12; tackles Joe Kimbrough No. 37, 5-9, 165-12. Kim-
High started slowly, but Reggie Sheffield turned a bad !snapon pe.PA.PI 1-100 171 Hutchinson, No. 71, 5-11, 220-10, and brough is very strong and quick,
as the game wore on the Tornadoes one extra point into a two point 'Punts 1,19 Hl.rumblMMnt .' William John, No. 51, 5-9, 210-11. comes across hard. He missed four ....
scored touchdown after touchdown, conversion by !picking the football up I.' Jl Tight end,when the Rams use one, is games with a bad knee. Weak side
to shut out a rebuilding Bishop Ken- and running it in. It was a good night Panama yardi 1-10 4-41 Dexter Lumford,No. 81, 5-9, 150-12( ,a end Calvin Hopkins, No.2, 6-0, 'r:4
ny High 51-0 in Jacksonville last Friday for Francis to have a bad night. coring Summary good, smart athlete. 165-12,is very quick and comes hard.A .
night. BHS followied with drives of 74,52, 1) Bradford HighDl Darack Long'lOUry.rdrelurn The combination of several good hard hitter Is strong side
ol a pitch out of the andiana. Cf t kick
The Crusaders started fast with 12, 80, 29, and 8 yards for ..n.... r running backs and the large offen- linebacker Terry Richardson,. No.
three first downs in a 36-yard drive touchdowns,scoring on 7 of 9 posses 1) Bradford RE Clint Road, 14-yard run. EP sive line makes Eastside tough,BHS 52, 6-3, 200-12. Richardson, blind in
with pitchouts around the end get sions. Seven BHS backs rushed 40 kick '.11.... coaches say. his left eye, has an excellent nose for
ting 10 and 12 yards with fast runn- times for 218 yards. RB Clint Reed, J> BradfordPB Clyde DaSua. 10 yard run. Best Ram passing plays are: the football and Is a strong Joe Cox.your friendly 18 OIrman. Cad
ing back Brian Meehan able to turn who rushed for 70 yards In 11 car EP Franclt, kick. .A quick toss over the guard posi- linebacker. Weak side linebacker is him today for any appliance repair.
the Tornado corners. A dive off right ries, including TD runs of 14 and 30 41 Bradlerdoafaty.. tion to the wingback coming across Ronnie Sowele, No. 63, 6-1, 185-11,
guard got nine yards through the yards. Fullback Clyde DeSue,seeinghis f) BradfordWB Allan Janklni{ II yard pan. the middle. has good pursuit and speed. Service & Repair on:
from QB Shalllald. CPi tick alockod.a
BHS defense, and there was a first action in three weeks, car- ) BradfordPB Hoggla Clyde DeSue. run.E p, To the fullback, short and out. The defensive tackles are small .All Major Appliance.
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13-yard pass to running back Brian ried 9 times for 34 yards, includingTD Donnlo Francis kick. From the shotgun formation to and quick. They are Kenny Davis _Air Conditioning Refrigeration
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Bishop Kenny had five first downs, QB Reggie Sheffield completed 5 I) .Bradford-. Clint Road., 10'yard run. EPtDonnla Best Ham running plays are: terson, NO. 44, 5-10.170-11.
four In the first quater and one near of 10 passes for 82 yards, includingtwo Pranclt kick. The power dive over tackle by the Strong end is Jermiah Gordon,No.
the game's end on another pitchout touchdown passes of 5 and 13 ft Bradford- Jot Gordon 1-yard run. EP tailback, with everybody ahead 42, 5-9, 145-12. Rover back, on the
around the end against mostly the yards to wingback Allan Jenkins, R..,lo Slwlflold run. blocking.
Tornado substitute defense. who carried twice for 59 yards on the I. ___.1
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game yards Chris,Dinkins pass rushing limiting rushing and supplied the 22 of Crusaders yards defensive the pressureto passing.The to end 55. The yards the football final out final by pass to touchdown JV the interception player BK five by Joe yard returningthe ,Gordon.settingup line, Injow(()) (OUT()) ]FUCIS p> ] I -


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Dinkins blocked the first BK punt. starters and newcomers in the front
Linebacker Keith Jenkins picked the seven but with a complete JV secon- SUPER BUY .
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Coach David Hurse expects a very but is expected to see action against 6-HOUR TAPES
physical football game when Eastside. It is good to have DeSue,
Eastside High of Gainesville visits No.30,6-0,185-11,back,Coach Hurse Working? Missing The Soaps? Cash II
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Plus 15 Christmas Cards Last August the Subdivision Com- for paved streets in all subdivisions When agreement was reached the Subdivisions with more than 49
mittee, appointed by County Com- and defined all package was turned over to Garrett lots come under state statutes
for your wallet size portraits mission Chairman Wilbur Waters, developments with three or more for compilation into proper form. which require paved roads
FREE instructed Lowell Garrett plannerfor new homes as subdivisions.That In the July meeting agreement throughout.
the North Central Florida early draft created a fire- between those who wanted paved Grades cannot'exceed 1.320 feet
With the purchase of our Advertised Package Regional Planning Council storm of protest among real estate streets in all subdivisions and those in length.
-- +. (NCFRPC), to re-write the draft for developers realtors and builders. who wanted few or none appearedto When the developer or builder has
-"PRESENT THIS COUPON AT TIME OF SITTING- i the Bradford County subdivision or- Commissioners quickly backedoffand be out of the question. The first met the above requirements, the
dinance. appointed a committee chairedby half of the second meeting was a county will then be obligated to accept
SAVE $7. with this coupon Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal builder Warren Stephenson, to continuation of the first with little the roads for maintenance

I REGULARLY *21,95 ,___ _. likened the task to taking a four provide input into the proposed or- chance of conciliation. Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr.!
a.-"' .b.---
"' said the has a 350 miles of
..-::.-::w.:.::::.."':" wheel car and converting it to a dinance. Rick Replogle chairman of the county
NOW ONLY $14.95. ::::= Bradford grade to maintain, and has resolvednot
The Zoning Board
MfWM U I I II one must begin anew O'Neal said cross-section of views on subdivision broke the ice and paved the way for to accept any more graded
Thursday thru Tuesday. Nov. 9-14 rather than fix a few parts here andthere. controls met twice in late July and agreement when he admonished roads but might review its policy if
early August hammering out items committee members to consider the grades are built to specifications.O'Neal .
I Dally 10:00 AM 8:00 PM good of Bradford County first. says one of the sticking
Sunday 12:30 AM 5:30 PM I Replogle then proposed a broad points he and Garrett are working on
outline of provisions that would form concerns the development of 8 or
1371 S. Walnut St. FL 32091
I Starke. oW/nn/ng the basis for the final draft. Those less lots which are not defined as
I II subdivisions in the O'Nealis
o provisions are: proposal
...AGFA.. -------1 >% .- TENNiS Developers of eight lots or less afraid the county s records will be
Exclusively at Wai Mart
I shall be exempt from the subdivision deficient if the small subdivisionsare

3 r.d j.m.any l'w A.. I ........ .................................... ordinance., not plotted and recorded,and additional -
I WAL-MART : ............ ..................................... Subdivision with 8-16 lots will be homes may well be built if
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there is record homesin
of
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..................... ...................... However, the grades must have a 60 the development.Warren .
LAST VISIT BEFORE CHRISTMAS! foot right-of-way and be constructedto Stephenson, the most
: Students Include Top KH S $10 per Hour... Call Mark rigid specifications and inspectedby vocal critic of the county's original
& BHS Team Members at 473-4380 or 964-6305 acceptance. draft, said this week that he can live
Subdivisions with
16-49 lots_.re- with the proposed ordinance if
I. drafted as agreed upon in August.
O'Neal said he expects Garrett to
complete the draft in the next 10
wrI ( ) SQ days after which it will be reviewedby
$ ll 9 @ QQO@Q @ LUT UJ lmID) 28.If the zoning board Tuesday, Nov.

approved by the zoning board a
public hearing may be held in early

1r@rn.W A'1r @} T I&JlC R December accepting with county modifying commissioners or rejecting

the draft In their mid.month
meeting in December.O'Neal ,
LIFETIME said the commissioners
t.. .s..r. . determined last January to a
.lar..otao.i
pass
SERVICE .et tw la .l lee s e a a Ra o s. subdivision ordinance "with due
Brake ..t=J.. '.-
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up coupon : :
Rhoden '." 'I
Joan
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: $10.95 NO 4 cyl. $23.95 Motorcraft 0 : sj <

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rotate tires Selected VP l"i't
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.. :. . . . . . .. .. OFFER : 8 cyl. $34.95 :. New Bank ;

Check. .Includes putt A labor> to install plugs inspect choke throttle: linkage plug
System .
Mrs. Joan Rhoden has been
idle& .
wires&dist cap adjust timing. Aexostars AEconoJuhip.
elected Vice President and Chief
: $17.95 o REFUSED ... . . . ... . . ..i Financial Officer of the First National
Bank of Bradford County that

(tighten hoses&:clamps)Include testing Mount tonpeniure level&:lopping off with coolant will open here in February, 1990.
t t t. t a BM ta a 8i tie ti 8i O tlo r O tt0 tit ., Must bring coupons at time of arrival-Good 'til 10-30-89 Mrs. Rhoden brings 34 years of
banking experience to this key posi
tion.She served for the past 12 A.,
years
ii% 9SgF: Q 1di f 1984 Chevy \ 12 6 WQi &; 1988 Hyundai i x 9 ; I{ '


%.J'oi ** 'Li f40 Chevette Yt't' >> +t \! hg"s' M,,,( eft = Rhoden assisted in organization and ".

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01'-,.... -w, ...;.:,;:vt1M' AT AJ*low Mileage, 1'f4v<< '..,,4. ? t.uc.N. I Low K' ha ,w< ts t'> ':''bic-.xr."' ><"& ; Bank, in 1977,and resigned as Chief
\ ', v. % 'f: 4Dr M Low Pint, Price .< .1tm'a.P". ( Operations Officer and President of
r vvr* / VAW+s,Sifoxr"- *VE**1! fym tA "j/ilff/-C5 h. : "" <>'" Gainesville State Bank and
$1 795 >> $ $4 695 iiDV .JM.; Keystone State Bank,to come to this
< > '!:}
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3C0 'f".2 ri:;.< ,. << 1\M-\: t/S' .,NS!Y3.o f..g:, s. >>' < new opportunity in Starke Mrs
.. > Rhoden and her husband, Charles,
have moved to Starke and live at 368
Over 65, More E. Mimosa Drive. Charles and Joan
are delighted to be in Starke and
To Choose look forward to being an active part
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Schaefer's Black Belt May Have


Taken Longer, But Was Well Worth EffortBy

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Mark Frledlln and he knew that he could get Schaefer Is a star member of and practice are now starting to
BCT Staff Writer that belt earlier somewhere else both the" Bradford High School pay off In a big way.
Bradford High School Students than he could here with me but varsity football team and the Rosenbeck, himself a fifth-de
Roland Schaefer achieved one of he has become my best, most wrestlli.g squad and says his gree Black Belt, has been
his highest goals Tuesday night dedicated student. Most stu- judo training brings him much leaching for the past 15 years
when he was presented with a dents try to achieve the Black improved concentration and a
Black Belt In Judo by Master In- Belt level for Instructional purposes better work ethic to his other Including the past five In Starke.
structor Richard Rosenbeck and my philosophy Is sports. The road to the Black His 'Traditional Soo Do Federa-
the culmination of over seven' that a younger person Is just not Belt level Is a long and trying tion (Korean Art of Self Defense)
years of hard work training and completely ready for that kind of one. for the traditional art focuses schools have now opened In
dedication to a way of life responsibility. It may be a more on mental as well as Keystone Heights and Macclen- s
In tradition from much ney and as well as Starke and he
steeped an an- conservative approach physical discipline with Intense
has from 45-60 students In
cient culture. more conservative In fact but effort required to reach the now .
Schaefer accepted the fact that he Is now a mature holder ot the higher levels. Schaefer along any given week.Rosenbeck's
his Black Belt might take a long Black Belt and Is ready to Im-, with Red Belt holder and stu-
time in three class meet In
coming years
more in fact than the 3.4 most Rosenbeck's More Conservative Starke on Tuesday, Thursdayand
students take under less de- Approach Friday's from 7 to 9 p.m. at
manding Instructors, but thinksit Produces Better Instructorspart the Starke Recreation Center In
was well worth the effort. the Old Armory on US 301.
"Roland Is special," Rosenbecksaid. his knowledge to other, dent Dwayne Winstead nre two 544jr.
"He knew it would take along younger students. We are very of Rosenbrck's original students Call him at 964-6792 or 1-771-
time to achieve his goals, proud of him." who's long hours of work 1925 for more information.


I Clay Voters Change Minds Approve TaxBy


Anne Sponholti day,November 7 to cast their votes Heights had endorsed the proposal.; and be the answer to financial woes.
LRM Editor but this time they said "yes" to the In an effort to get the measure This was the second time since the -
Clay County voters changed their additional tax. passed this year, the County Com- legislature allowed counties (o levy. .
minds this time when they went to The additional one cent sales tax is mission kept property taxes in check such a tax that voters have been asked
the poles and voted in favor of a one earmarked for use on capital im- and did not raise.. taxes. in hopes that to support the measure. Gifted Studcnt, Proud Teatlicr... Photo t>YMarkFfatflfn
cent increase in sales tax.The Coun- provement projects such as roads the mMIHonal >i x> t ir vniilrt puss Judo Instructor Richard Rosen beck(at left)la proud of'beat iluilent'Roland
ty Commission made an all out ef- recreation and jails needed in the Schaefer Cat right)u he was presented with hb Black Belt In.special I
fort to have the measure pass. county. Check Our Want Ads I In Slarke.
1 L ceremony Tuesday night
Voters went to the polls on Tues- The City Council of Keystone
Schaefer b a start member of the BUS football and wrestling teams. -




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Plea Bargaining Vital, Listeners, ToldPlea -.- '-..... :1"1', "


bargaining will remain a quency.. Register said, plea bargaining can possible task. Glenda's Shear Design
"With those kinds of numbers
victims of crimes you
bargaining or plea be used to protect
state's Plea
of the "
aspect 118 S.Thompson SL Starke
necessary can hardly move the paper;
which traumatic
is the method by from having to recount
until Florida negotiating
judicial system said,adding the problem is .
allocate more funding for defendants can plead guilty to events to a Jury of strangers. Register presents
legislators those might said as currently funded, strictly one of resources.
ac charges lesser than they Register
departments
criminal Justice said the criminal justice
sentence the numbers of cases coming Register
who cut plea face and receive a lighter I lnz
cording to experts 6.3 ofFlorida's
system receives only percent
would not
basis. than they might have in exchangefor through the courts simply
daily
He said that
a
bargains on
to trial by jury. allow the to function without entire budget.
Len Register, forgoing the right system Haircut & Blow Dry
State Attorney must the entire
said bargaining is some level of sentencing negotia- percentage operate PERM
Public Defender Rick Parker and Register plea Department of Corrections, the Reg. $43.00
Alachua County Judge Tom Elwell used most often to reduce the large tion.Register Florida Department of Law Enforcement Reg. $18.00
the said the assistant state
numbers pf cases clogging up 00
criminal
$25
!gathered with a group Thursday of Oct. court system. It also can be used for attorneys in his office each are the Department of $10.00.
professionals and Rehabilitative Services'juvenile
justice Health
300
which the only witness to a burdened with approximately
Institu- cases in
27, at Lawtey Correctional the 20
that at time. If it justice department
crime is an accomplice and ac- active cases any given
discus-
tion sion as titled panel"Plea members Bargaining in a Who complice is willing to testify against were not for plea bargaining, he state attorneys and public defendersSee :: Walk"lns Welcome

Benefits'Florida Council?," sponsored on Crime and by Delm the the instigator or a light of the sentence.crime in And ex-, said more, each than a prosecutor trial a day would- an have im- Page SB "We Like to Keep You Looking Good!" d



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Ens. Timothy Hill LI
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Plea I
Bargaining.
from page 2B I .

ill and their staffs, the'state Game and bargaining actually is beneficial to "It \is unfortunate, that when cases
Fresh Water Fish Commission,and all involved when it is practiced by come to court, the rules of
all levels and staffs for Florida ethical,informed negotiators. evidence...sometimes cause the jury
courts, including county court, circuit Parker said skilled plea perhaps not to be aware of all of the
ALUMINUM I SCREEN PORCHES court, courts of appeal and the bargainers can be more fair than relevant factors that should affect
state supreme court. jurors when it comes to determining their decision," Parker said. "It is
CONSTRUCTION FLORIDA" ROOMS "Until the people in Tallahassee the fate of an accused citizen. He also unfortunately true that Jurors,
MM*.MIM R.. r .WINDOW REPLACEMENT wake up and give us a bigger shareof said plea bargaining is beneficial like other people, periodically make
OPEN SATURDAYS .PATIO ENCLOSURES the pie," he said, "...the system is from a defense standpoint because it mistakes.
Jul
J going'to continue to be looked at as a is decided upon between people Parker said informed, ethical
I 375-2S00 ALUMINUM CARPORTS Joke.? knowledgable about the system negotiators are so familiar with the
WINDOW AWNINGS Elwell said people perceive plea rather than those with little judicialexperience. criminal justice system that they
Serving Gainesville Area IE SURE TO COME BY ALUMINUM B VINYL SIDINGS bargaining as a 'Moke"" because it are more likely than Jurors to review
can give criminals 25 cents of "I have far the hundreds of factors
seen more injustice they should,
1973" AND SOFFIT(OVERHANGS) "
nce SEE EVERYTHING ON
DISrUYl!
punishment on the dollar. result from jury trials than I have including the facts of the case, the
But he said such feelings are seen result from plea negotiations," attitude of the victim and the defen-
misperceived, and that plea Parker said.HOLIDAY dant's background, before bringing
charges against a defendant.
Elwell stressed that the final
responsibility in plea bargaining lies
with the Judge, who is mandated to

sentence."When plea bargaining is done
HA 5 right, everyone benefits and when

Elwell it's done said.wrong everyone suffers"

"All bargaining can only be made
with the consent of the court,so even
when it is done wrong, it is the
W-D SPECIAL TRIM court's fault," he said.
Elwell, who Is a candidate for an
8th Judicial Circuit Court Judgeship,
also used the discussion to cam-
WHOLESMOKED palgn.
The plea-bargaining discussionwas
sponsored by the Crime and
Delinquency Council as part of an
ongoing training track designed to
keep those who work in the criminalJustice
system abreast of the issues
affecting their fields.Winn .

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9-11 .LB. PKQ. CHOICE FRESH PORK HICKORY SWEET checkout to "Even It Up" to $25.00.
SEMIEYEBONELESS ? = The $.25 difference is automatically
SHOULDERPICNICS A BONELESS HAMS credited to the Even It Up For The
1 Hungry Fund. A printout of the tax
LEGQUARTER ROAST r'w
deductible contribution appears on
slogFRYER the customers'cash register receipt.
The small change donated by the
38 90 customers goes into a special fund
;J r LB for The Salvation Army which is
u.scHOicJ
LB. LB. LB. responsible for identifying the
... ... ... M .- w-o families with the greatest need in
ME*, 1 PDANO/ W-D BRAND us CHOICE BEEFBONELESS1 ...,,, HOT or MILOJAMESTOWN v* REGULAR FRANKS"qi' 'r each targeted area.
FA \ : 2 '.97 ..AOIUP ( 99cYfRm&HS The recent,catastrophles-' .t
58 07c BBOLOGNA7MiJ
La DEtMONICO STEAK l LB.1 7-I< SAUSAGE S.'*ftV. lrui ricane .>Hugo iand''the California ;11111 i
Earthquakealong with the ongoingwar
3-LBS' or MORE PALMETTO FARMS against hunger have compounded
W-D'BONELESS $1 97 FRESH MARKET 97c HICKORY SWEET $438 PIMENTO' CHEESE La $197 the needs of The Salvation Army

TURKEY HAMS. La GROUND TURKEY La SLICED BACON. IB for relief action.VoTech.
JENNIE OTENDER
U.S. CHOICE' WHOLE or HALF CURED
BONELESS W-D COOKED OLE CAROLINE $161 Offers
SEMI $288 t2.$299 12 nPKS. 78e TURKEY HAM. uEVIMTDAr
LEGS . L- HAM . . r1fftht1 SLICED BACON ... .. ,. w.... Course
I HARVEST Variety

I For StudentsThe
EVERYDAY BLr F EVERYDAY EVERYDAY FRESH

FLAKES PRICE LOW PRICE LOW PRICE Bradford-Union Area Vocational
LOW Technical Center offers not
A a"aI PRODUCE only academic and vocational
ice courses, but also classes of com-
munity interest, according to Coordinator
I a s 1 Nature makes the produce. Jim Lewis.Vocational .
1 I a classes
offered
now being
WINN-DIXIE makes the difference.
in the evenings are: air-
1 l I 1 j 1 conditioning and heating repair;
1 welding; accounting and bookkeeping : -
HARVEST FRESHPINEAPPLES ; typing; word processing; and
child care certification. School administrators
also are considering offering
classes In drafting and blue--
I- a print reading; heavy equipment
I mechanics; fingernail extension;
: 'f<' 9 9 and make-up and skin care.
Academic classes currently being
\ EACH offered include basic math, reading,
i -ill I and GED.English,and preparation for the

Classes being offered in the community -
__ EMERALD BRAND ;! education area are:
LOW PKICI IVIMTDAV LOW MICE : ',IVINTDAr LOW PRICI' Quilting--"Monday night Nov. 6 f
WALNUtSggo through Dec It. Fee: $18. j
.rt SUPERBRAND CPR (cardiopulmonary resusita- *
MUELLER \.r tlon)-Monday and Wednesday,Nov. J

albowa Mueller's.' ELBOW SOUR CREAMBRAND ., use 99cr4W"i TOPPING 2 IUBS12oi. 9999e 13-and First Nov.'Aid-15.Monday Fee: $10.and Wednesf f I

MACARONI day Dec 4 through Dec.,13. Fee: |
:. : .
PILLSBURY 9 $ .LB. 130. jjfXr *< ;,

PIE CRUST . & list. a7ANGE JUICE CAN. Beginning cake decorating, 'a' :
58C multi-dimensional crafts class, ;
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16-oz.BOX SUPERBRAND $O69u PET DEEP DISH $-28 HARVEST FRESH ladies bowling exercise,and( small sewing engine, repair beginners are :5

DAISY WEDGE PIE SHELLS . 1Jt 1 being considered for the near future', J
BROCCOLIggo1 Coordinator Lewis says :

DIXIE HOME $139 SUPERBRAND'LIGH'99c' THRIFTY MAID $143 964-6800 Call the, extension Vo-Tech 122 Center, for more phone In- ?:

TEA BAGS . I psaCommunlty ct COB CORN . 4Ct me. formation. '. ,' ?, <
t The clases wUl Furl only if enough j
: WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE, people are intern ted. Please call J
State BUNCHJUMBO and leave name ajnd phone number, I
.
II Blink 3640CT.HEADLESS. I Coordinator Lewis! requests *j

THESE SERVICES AVAILABLE of Starke: p IN THE SHELL Santa"Fe Offering i i

Checking iMtors Checks WHITE SHRIMP OYSTERS STALK 6999C Free Class on 3
Savings Account Credit Cant ApplicationsLoan CELERY. ,'. fA. Career
Applications Money Orders Counseling j
Certificates Deposit/ Night Depository : FISHERMANS Santa Fe Community College's t
Money Market Accounts Notary Public WHARFTI' $599' $1299 MUSHROOMS iff Focus on Careers is ready to help If i

HOURS: FRESH SEAFOOD'La.. 'S you want to get'back Into the Job !
MON..wED: 8..m.:..pm. Supermarket! FRESH market,want to change your career
THURS. 8 FRI. 9a.m-6p.rn.: "1 WHITE or want to begin new career J
8ank FARM RAISED FRESH !I-La $119| Nov. 6- SFCC .In
SATURDAY 8'm.2 p.m. $299 $498 POTATOES.
Gainesville I
CATFISH FILLETS OYSTERS 5S t 1M u offering a free class
for single parent or homemakers In I
Alachua or Bradford Counties The, .
two-week class, which meets daily t
from It a.m. to 3 p.m.,provides voca-'
tional and career assessment 'I
Thanks '
Winn-Dixie.
for Shopping counseling.Job search activities: and
employahtliry skills.KeglstraUoa .
Is required Can.An
drea Ashley,395-8393.

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I News Briefs
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Lake Geneva Man Edward Cummings 23, was ar- Minor InjuriesIn Bradford The Patrol has found these checkpoints 16 on SR-21 SR-100 SRSR18..
County CR16.R21B,
rested Oft Ji: for driving while to b an effective means/ of en- SR-16. CR-18
Dies In AccidentA license suspended (DYVLS) and AccidentOnly Rescue Answers forcing the equipment and driver CR-225 CR-125, ,CR-229 CR-231,

20-year-old Lake Geneva man possession of controlled substance minor Injuries were reportedin 120 Calls In Oct. license laws of Florida while insur- CR-227 CR-221, CR-230 and CR100Ain
was fatally injured early Saturday (crack), according to Patrolman a two vehicle accident Saturdayon ing the protection of all motorists. Bradford County.Recognizing .
morning when his vehicle flippedtwo Smith. He was ROR. Orange St. in Starke. Bradford County Emergency bye defectivepresented
miles east of Hampton. Virgie Harris Slade of Hamptonwas Medical Services Rescue respondedto Union CountyThe
Tony Adam Smith was dead at the Lisa Gail Harrell, 23, of Union taken by Rescue to Bradford a total of 120 calls/or/runs duringthe Florida Highway Patrol will Equipment, Troopers will concen-
scene Nov. 4 when Rescue arrived at County was arrested Oct. 30 for Hospital with minor injuries, accor- month of October, according to be conducting driver license and trate their efforts on vehicles being bad
2:30: a.m., according to ParamedicsDan DWLS according to Deputy Roman ding to Paramedics Rex Siemer and Supervisor Cliff Chapman. vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- operated with defects and such defective as

Cuddington and Bill O'Neal. He Alvarez. She was released alter a Curtis Crawford. There were no In- Eighty-one transports requiredthe ing the week of Nov. 10 through Nov. brakes; worn tires In addition at-
had been thrown from his vehicle. $215.25 cash bond was posted. listed 16 lighting equipment.
juries to passengers in the se- transporting of 83 patients. on SR-100 SR-121,SR-231 SR-241 be directed to drivers
A passenger in the car Charles cond vehicle. Thirty-nine calls SR-23B CR-18, CR-237, CR-229 tention will license
Baker Casner 20, of keystone Walter York 60, of Duval Countywas Slade, driving a 1985 Oldsmobile transporting.The back-up required unit made no CR-125 CR-231A CR-24A and CR- who would violate the driver
Heights was taken to Bradford arrested Nov. 1 for DUI. DWLS, was northbound Nov. 4 on Orange St. eight runs and two 796A in Union County. laws of Florida.FLORIDA'S .
then transferred to Sgt. Griffis. Bond the intersection of Fran patients were
Hospital by according; was appraching transported by Trauma I to Univer- .
TRAUMA I to University, Medical set! at $715.25, York was ROR. cis St., according to Patrolman sity Hospital in Jacksonville. One -
Center in Jacksonville suffering Mack Short. Slade stopped her vehi-
was STAT MOST
patient transported
from shoulder pain and a crushed Erich John Benning, 24, was ar- cle after overshooting Francis St. Flight to Alachua General by .
spinal column. Casner was released rested Nov. 1 for failure to pay court then placed her vehicle In reverse. Hospital.The
majority of the 67 FUGITIVESTOLL
Nov. 7.Smith's. costs for no valid driver's license, After coming to a stop she attempted were taken to Bradford patients ., WANTED
1985 Ford was eastboundon according to Deputy Holland. He to make a left turn onto Francis into Hospital.One
was taken to ShandsHospital.
CR-18 at a high rate of speed was released after a $55 fine was the pathway of a southbound 1974 patient
six to North Florida 1-800-342-7768
when it veered off the roadway paid. Ford truck, said Short. Slade was FREE -
Regional Hospital and five to
travelling 79 feet before striking a found at fault for failure to yield Alachua General ji
all in
Hospital,
guardrail, according to Trooper Head-on Crash right of way.Damage .
Gainesville. One and kid-
patient murders

Enoch N. Fraser. After hitting the Sends One DriverTo to the Oldsmobile was transported to Orange Park was October 30, Emilio Bravo, one of sentences for two a '
guardrail the vehicle went airbornefor listed at$3.500. Damage to I he truck Humana the currently listed Most Wanted napping. i I
Hospital and one:: to asked to remain
86 feet came down on it's top HospitalA driven by Harold Thomas Hamilton County Hospital. Fugitives was located in a Califor- The public is Florida's Most on I
then bounced 43 feet before comingto head-on collision in the early Wadsworth, was $3,000. nia jail where he was being held on the lookout for All subjects are
rest upside down said Fraser. morning hours Oct. 29 on SR-21 near Illness related calls topped the list drug charges. He was using an alias Wanted Fugitives. Please con-
Smith was ejected from the vehicle Keystone Heights sent one driver to No Injuries When of emergencies with 36 people at the time of the arrest. Bravo considered authorities dangerous. call toll free
local or
and thrown 49 feet into a wooded the hospital. Car OverturnsNo needing attention. Fourteen cardiac escaped from the Union Correc- tact if have Information -
area. Casner was ejected to the east Hatsue K. Hickey driving a 1987 patients and 14 calls to people in tional Institution November 8, 1988. 1-800-342-7768 you .
side of the car according to Toyota, was southbound on SR-21 at injuries were reported in an trauma were the next highest need. where he was serving two life on any known fugitive.DESCRIPTION

Homicide Investigator D. C. 2_a.m., according! to Trooper J. R. early morning accident Nov. 1 southof Another three runs were to people in
: :
Roberts. Mason. Northbound was a laou Starke on US-301 at Steel Mill trauma resulting from vehicle ac-

Chevrolet driven by Albert H. Mar- Road.A cidents. Eight people suffered
shall. The Toyota crossed the truck pulling a trailer, driven by respiratory problems two calls DOB: 4,8/49.8/8/45.
Recent ArrestsIn centerline striking the Chevrolet, Peter R. Klepoch of Jacksonville, were to drug overdose victims and 12/31/48
said Mason. Rescue 71 responded to was southbound in the outside lane one call was to an obstetric patient. RACE/SEX: White Male
Bradford CountyThe the scene. Marshall was transportedby according to Patrolman R. Four runs were to stabbing victims. HEIGHT' 5"

following arrests were madein TRAUMA I to University Medical McGrath. A southbound 1986 Toyotain Two calls were to standby for WEIGHT: 150 Lbs
Bradford County by local Center for Injuries. He was listed as the inside lane attempted to pass structure fires and two runs were to y=" HAIR: Black
authorities. released Nov. 1. Neither Hickey or a the truck changing to the outside standby for the U. S. Customs EYES: BrownCOMPLEXION
passenger in Marshall's vehicle lane before clearing the front of the helicopter landing. : Medium
Edwin Martin Villaespin 34, of were listed in hospital records. truck. After being struck by the Five runs were cancelled and four :
SCARS/MARKS/TATTOOS
Ocala was arrested Nov. 4 for retail Hickey was cited for improper truck the Toyota then rolled over calls were false alarms, said Chap- Word Jesus on left breast
theft according to Patrolman change of lane. Marshall was charged and came to rest upside down in a man.
Cheryl Belcher. Villaespin left with driving while license drainage ditch, said Patrolman Jorge Velez SS NO.: Unknown

Eckerd's without paying for three suspended and no saftey belt, his McGrath. No injuries were reportedby PHOTO 19S7 FDLE NO.: 1980547
bottles of Iron cologne for men. He passenger was also cited for no safe- Rescue who responded to the Dial 911 EmergencyFHP FBI NO.: None
Edwin Osbaldo Padllla
AKA Belez
was released after a $250 cash bond ty belt. Driver's of both vehicles scene, according to Paramedic Edgardo:Jorge L. Alvardo Jose Arelardo Jose NCIC FPC:
was posted. have Green Cove Springs addresses. Nelson Green. Arelardo Munoz PM 64 14 PO 11
Damage to the Toyota was $6,000. Damage to the Toyota, driven by PM 65 15 PO SR

Embritt Lee, 56, was arrested Damage to the Chevrolet was$1,000. Sandor Balatoni of Wilhston was REMARKS: Wanted for First. Degree Murder Velez Is allegedly involved In
Nov. 3 for loitering and prowling,ac estimated at $5,000. Damage to the Troopers Trafficking, in Cocaine and is believed to be in the South Florida area underan
cording to Deputy Anderson Holland Starke Officers truck-trailer in the 4:11: a.m. acci- Continue License, alias
and Chief Deputy Pat Henry. Lee dent was $100.Balatoni .
To 818 CallsA
was intoxicated and creating a Respond was at fault for careless Vehicle Inspections

distrubance on Forsyth Road, according total of 818 calls was received at drying and improper change of Bradford CountyThe CONSIDERED ARMED AND DANGEROUSFDLE

to the arrest record. Bond was the Starke Police Department during lanes said McGrath. Florida Highway Patrol will\ CASE NO.:598-S7-0014
set at $500, he was released on his the month of October accordingto
be conducting driver license and AUTHORITY: Pembroke Pines Police Department
own recognizance (ROR). Chief Jimmy Epps.. Minor InjuriesIn vehicle dur-
inspection checkpoints
Officer responded to 39 automobile
ing the week of Nov. 10 Nov.
through
Donald Wilson Meshaw 25, was accidents issued 92 citations made AccidentAt
arrested Nov. 3 for disorderly intoxication 35 felony arrests and 60 misde- Cemetery EntranceOne
according to Sgt. Harvey meanor arrests in October.
Rhoden. Meshaw was creating a 166 cases were investigated with person was transported to
disturbance and would not leave 120 cases solved during the month Bradford Hosptial after her vehiclewas

when asked to do so. Bond was set at for a 72 percent solvability rate, said struck on SR-100.

$250, he was ROB Epps. Chevrolet Gladys ,Rengering was westbound driving on SR-100 a 1987 LAW OFFICE OF: LANSING J. ROY

Charlie John Prescott 18, of Minor InjuriesIn at 8 a.m. Nov. 2. As she slowed to
Brooker was arrested Nov. 3 after he make a left turn into Crosby 310 S. Lawrence Blvd.

ran a stop sign, according to Chief Wed. AccidentMinor Cemetery entrance, a vehicle which Keystone Heights FL 32656
John Hodges. Prescott was charged was passing at the time tried to
injuries were listed to both
with possession of cannabis and drivers of a two car accident Nov. 1 avoid striking Rengering's vehicle 4737256Five
maintaining a vehicle to possess on US-301 at Weldon St. by running off the south shoulder.
cannabis after Hodges observed the The collision occurred However the vehicle, also a 1987
at 8
cannabis in plain view in the vehicle. a.m. Chevrolet driven by Ronnie Lee
when a 1983 Mazada fro.- ,
Bond at pulled Padgett unable to avoid the collision Attorneys, "" i
was set $1,000 be was ROR. was -

Chevrolet Weldon St.southbound Into the path US-301 of a ,171 ac-H6 \ ,''according ,to,,the Florida'Iiighway : .. _.t ,l d, State. and.federal .Practice G ci i.i.i. i ..J" .". ,
Pelly B. Farrar 43 arrested Patrol :
was 'cording to Patrolman Gordon Smith. report. ul< 'fJlI.I 'Gq nl flit LV'1I,
Nov. 3 for disorderly intoxication, Rengering 58, was transported to
Driver of the
according to Sgt. Rhoden. Farrar Hollis Chevrolet Irma Bradford Hospital with minor in- Personal Injury & Wrongful Death;
Green
was creating a distrubance at a Bradfrod was transported to juries, she was treated and released, Bankruptcy Law; Informal Creditor
Hospital by Rescue for
residence. Bond was set at $250, he according to Paramedics Dan Cud-
was ROR. minor injuries according to dington and Rex Siemer. Padgett Workouts; IRS and Department of

Cliff Paramedics Dan Cuddington and received a possible knee injury. Revenue Negotiations; Divorce & Family
Judith Ridley, 21, was arrested Kenneth Driver of the Damage to the vehicles was ''-
Law Wills and Probate and
Nov. 5 for throwing a deadly missle Mazada r. Golson, was estimated at $8,000 total. ; : Corporate
into an occupied dwelling, according listed as having possible Injuries. Business Law; State Court and Federal
to Patrolman Belcher. Ridley was Estimated damage to the vehicleswas Court Civil
Litigation
ROR. $3,500 total, said Smith. Dial 911 Emergency


Richard Lee Kricher, 18. was ar- ATTORNEYS:
rested Oct. 31 for petit theft, accor- ROBfeRT ALTMAN AARON R/COHEN ,,
ding to Patrolman Jerry Feltner. PUBLIC AUCTIONMan L COHEN-LANSING J ROY SHARON T.SPERLING

Bond was set at $250, Kricher was
ROR by Judge George Pierce. Nov.

1 Kricher was arrested for burglaryof from Indiana has business at ,, ,' ... ,',,,,
a conveyance, according to !&.' '.v "W H'v aye ""v "":'''<'n.'h w s .a axe> .ki :Hw.gd wx'a to

Patrolman Mack Short. Kircher home. ,,
again ROR. was Must liquidate all merchandise.No .

hold backs! Absolute Auction!
James M. Keedwall 20, was arrested
Oct. 31 for disorderly con Everything sold to the bidder.
duct according to Marshal Tommy I
Raulerson. He was released after a

$250 surety bond was posted. i/


Joyce L. Mitchell,33,was arrested '
I i "HUNTING
Nov. 1 on a warrant from Alachua 1 1i SEASON"

County for worthless check according ".',I.
to Deputy Gene Lee. i i i

SPECIALS
Albert Turner Brown 66, was arrested
Oct.30 for Alachua County for

1st degree murder and arson, accor-
ding to Lt. David Aderholt. Q


Sandra Mae Brouillard 39, was LOCATION 301 S. at City Limits of Starke,
arrested Oct. 30 on an Alachua Coun- Look for BILLIS .C.B. RADIOELECTRONICS &
ty warrant for grand theft auto ac- big sign .

cording to Patrolman Wayne SALE TIME 10:00 a.m. Friday Nov:, 10, &
Wilkerson and Lt K. R. Hinds Jr.
:
Sat. Nov., 11 until all items sold

Phillip Louis Lee, was arrested ,
Nov. 6 for violation of probation for

burglary of a structure according to
Sgt. D. L.' Griffis. Bond was set at Bradford
101 A. Edwards Road
964-6897
$5,000, Lee remains in custody.
Chiropractic CenterStarke

Michael West was arrested Oct. 31
for: attempted armed robbery, Office

burglary criminal mischief accor- 218 S. Walnut St.
ding to Patrolman Feltner. West re-
mains in custody. Next to the Chamber of Commerce e


TrafficJoe 964-4957

C. Hill, 55 of Raiford was ar-
rested Nov. 4 for driving under influence -

(DUD, according to Lt., PAIN CONTROL .
Winston Barber. Hill's blood alcohol j
Headaches'Neck
content was .18 percent.. He was
released after a $1,000 surety bond & Arm INJURIES !
was posted.' .
MidBackLow
Work Related
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Robert 'James Alig 42. was ar- Back & Leg> Sports I

rested Nov. 3 for DUI'(second offense P' Personal I

), according to Lt. Barber. ,Auto Accidents(,
Alig's blood alcohol content was .19

percent. He was' released after a DR. W. DAVIT.- GLEES
$1,000 surety bond was posted. 'DR. RICHARD C. TILLER

Darin Carter Jones, 18, of CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS

DUI Jacksonville according was arrested to Sgt.Nov.Griffls 4 for TiE TEAf APPROACH First Come -First ServeFor

: Jones' blood alcohol content was.13 'CHIROPRACTIC CARE WHEN YOU NEED FT '
: percent. He was relwvH after a 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAY A VEEK! all,your C.B Radio Needs..We: have it in stock!
i $500 surety bond was posted.
r 964-4057' 24 HOUR B'JEPEROfflraHoufK

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KHHS Outscores Bears 34-26. Travel to Ghiefland

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By Mark Frledlln and It will be a big challenge for presslve opening 72-yard, 10- ter. with Jack Ivey backing him Jason Bishop have all playedwell recovered .;
LRM Sport Writer our defense to contain their play drive for their first TD of the up at the position throughoutthe at the left guard position. hit, but Wagner alertly .
to the KHHS offense good :
glv
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KHHS halfback
Ricky Crane speed KHHS Head Coach evening. season. Chris Bullock has been a force
ripped through Dixie County Wesley Dicks commented. "We Strong runs by fullback Kenny at the right tackle position and See Page 7B
High's defense for 133 yards anda will have to best to Mills and tailbacks Crane and .
play our very John Gardner has been steady has been backed up well by -- -- ----- .
pair of touchdowns Friday beat them down there." Mike Nadeau took the Indians at right guard while Jason Hall. Mike Lamphear. Consistent LIFE_PAI$UNTIES: .... ''
night as the resurgent Indian The Indians took the opening past midfield then quarterback Mike Richards. Jack Ivey andUnder performers at left tackle Include STAKW5.Post Oiftc M.Drawer 32091 939 '
varsity football team defeatedthe kickoff against Dixie County Tim Hardee faded back into the Clyde Mooring and Mark Bar- PASTOR WAnD L.VAN CAMP I
visiting Bears 34-26 In a Friday! night and staged an,iin- pocket and hit wide receiver row. \
Larry Bradley on a deep out pat- The Indian defense stuffed the A'TllU/ ,OOSPEL FAMILY CHURCH
waU tern with a perfectly thrown CcwrteJqxrtence the difference"(
[-U Bears on their first possessionof
: Schcil| of Service:
The covered 31
pass. play yards the night following the kick-
and gave the Indians a first- off. with Indian tackle Jack Ivey Sunday Morning Worship -
L. and-goal on the Dixie four yard F- r and linebackers Kyle Couin and 10:,0 _Itt
line. Bradley is now averagingover Joel Wagner combining to stop Sunday Evening:: Worship -
21 yards per catch. two running plays for no gain. 7:00 pat
Todd Taylor scored the first of Crane sprinted 25-yards on the Wedteeday Evening Worship .
his two TDs on the night two punt return and fumbled when 7:30 patTRACY'S
plays later when he poweredInto : .he hit the around after a hard
the endzone from two yards
out. Hardee's extra point kick .,
was good and KHHS led 7-0 with f BACKto
7:46 still to play In the first pe- 1

riod.The KHHS offensive linemen her normal
played one of their best games .
this season against the Bears, \ schedule at
giving Crane and the other
KHHS running barks the,,holes Illusions.She
they needed to get substantial .
yardage throughout the game.
The line Is led by major college
t; ;+ just completed
prospect Lin Boatwright at cenNETTLES s
r almost 3 months of

r' work and training in

Off to a Big Night... Photos by Mark Frle3t/n IOr s> @e r hair and make-up at the Di&ney/MGM

I Rkky Crane(9)take a handoff from QB Tim Hardee and b off and runningto TREE Studios. Call about a free make-over witha
what would be hb most productive night yet-133 yard nulling la a
winning effort by lOUIS over the Dixie County Bean. SERVICERemoval haircut to be used in her portfolio. Thisis

high-scoring affair at KHHS Pruning. .' for a limited time.
Stadium.
The Indians Improved their Trimming, De-mossing 964-4247
record to 5-3 on the season and
Specializing In Removal of
travel to Chlefland this
Friday ( Dangerous Trees Pressure...
138 N. Water St.
night, Nov. 10 to face another FREE:Estimates
team of Indians who have also Licensed & Insured Indian quarterback Tim Hardee
been playing well In the most hu been cool and collected under
Call Thomas D. Nettles the big pas rush this season and b
recent games after a shaky start.
Chiefland's Indians ripped a 496-1326. Lake Butler ranked fifth among area pauen.t p:=I

strong Newberry team 27-6 last _-__ __4444444444- -- 4 44 4" '
week and have a multiple-set.
pro-type offense that will chal-
lenge the KHHS defense. PURPLE GATOR WESTERN WEARHwy 9
The two top offensive threatsfor c q
the Indians are a running 301 So. Starke 964-4809 4Se.asonsflnnuat
back and a quarterback and are (Next to Gator II Farm Supply)
ranked fourth and eighth In the

area Halfback among top Daryl rushers.Norris of "Come See Us For Your Cool Weather Clothing" WW BazaarWed.

Chlefland has over 900 yards
this season and Is averaging Levi & Wrangler Jackets
over 7 yard| every time he Nov. 15 3:30-8 pm
Flannel Shirts Sweat ,
': touches the ball. Quarterback
Brian Gore has just under 800 a- A t* Shirts Ladies Sweaters Thurs., Nov. 16 9-2 pm
yards this season and also av-

erages just over seven yards per JfJt jt ; Ia: Boots
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carry. \"He Is nowhere near-ther* '. "t'"" Starke: 1st United Methodist Church

passer jpf KHHS's Hardee,MrhcUaj ...,UrTv } Iif.hl fiohs t are > .. ,,. '" "
rated Ofth In + > good > Ic' 1
passing among "......! .. :North' w I tit Street, .
area players but has thrown for
five TD's so far this season. Door Soup or Chill
Chlefland ((5-3 overall 4-3 In Me/visa Open Prizes $2.5O Donation
the district) Is ranked second in On a Roll... Lay-aways 9am-6t>m Mon.-Sat.
the area among 1A-2A teams Senior Todd Taylor break loose
under top-ranked Willlston in outside against Dixie County. 4.1
total offense and first just above Taylor scored twice against the
the Red Devils In total team de Bean on a 16-yard run,and b
fense. aba one of the leading tackier on
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The Bradford County Public- Judging for the-best costumes wasa
I Library was happy to host the annual special event of the celebration. :
ChiropracticCenter Halloween Party Monday, Oct. Categories included; scariest -
30 from 4 to 5 p.m. witch Rose Rezaei;cutest-big bird,
The party,held at the library,was Joseph Erdman; most original -
attended by many ghosties and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle,Mitch .
ghoulies from preschool to twelve Griffis.
OVER 700 INSURANCE years old.
Dr. V.A.
COMPANIES ACCEPTED Berry The 'little monsters' enjoyed a The staff at the library expressed i
.AUTO mini-cake walk, fishing booth, appreciation to Girl and Boy Scout
ACCIDENTS .WORK INJURIES games and goodies as well as a Jack- Troops and all who donated time and
.IIEADACIIK LOW BACK PAIN O-lantern pinata. There was alot ofrnhhlin' efforts to make this year's Halloween
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NECK & ARM PAIN LEG PAINNUI1IJNESS.11IDUACKSIiOULDER ."I,,' An a howling success.
.PAIN CONTROL

24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE9648O18 Veterans Day Ceremony SetThe I

annual Veterans Day Braakfast will be ready at 7 a.m.
breakfast is scheduled again this and continue until about 10 a.m. on
864 year at the American Legion Post Veterans Day, Saturday November
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Starke from
Temple. (Across Pizza Hut) 11.
Home Edwards Road.
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All veterans and their spouses are

i welcome A traditional and urged Veterans to attend. Day ,- 3 ....

ceremony is also planned to be held Scary...
at the Veterans Memorial on South and Mitch Crlms.f .
Winner at the contest Include ROM Razael Joe Edrman
1 Walnut Street, starting at 11 a.m.,
L the eleventh hour of the eleventh day
The Stain-Resistant f of the eleventh month,commerating
Carpet the hour of the signing of the Armistice 9-Hole
L which ended World War I.


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Plant now for a lush green KHGCCby
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1 A contingent of Keystone golfers
planting got the go-ahead Tuesday night,Oct.
$1699 24,to add nine holes to the Keystonegolf
TREES.SHRUBS course from the Bradford County -
5 ..... BULBS .
LAWNS Board of Adjustment.Led
FALL by Jack Scott,president of the
VEGETABLE mums Keystone Golf and County Club,the
FSIAfl asked the Board of
golfers Adjust-
&ANNUAL PLANTS
Asst. colors ment to grant a special exception
4 or 6 Pack.. 66'" 4"pots allowing the golf club to build an ad-
Trays. I"ColiardsLettuceBNSllels 8 ditional back nine holes,and to bring
_or the existing nine holes into conformity -
880FERRY with current zoning regulations.The .
.- Sprouts-Broccoli morel & $"fl 29 Board of Adjustment reviewed
2 Tray site plans of the existing facilityand
'wWMM" .w .& the proposed addition, and
MORSE SEEDS granted the special exception, post
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vr1y. haste.
;:J'f.' BUY ONE, GET ONE Keystone member Everett Fox
\ said the original golf course was
.te. FREE started in the 1920's with oil-soaked
sand greens, covering about 45
-For a limited time- acres. The completed 18 hole golf
course will contain 102 acres.
JUSTIN! CAMELLIAS The original golf course predates
zoning laws, and was granfatheredin
'Nalson's Roses In budl!Choose from a with a residential zoning
At a Thanksgiving Sale Price.Come large variety of colors. classification.Scott .
on Fortuniana I'" 2 gallon pots says the club has picked-up
20 new members since announcing

shop the ultimate sale. On the carpet that 2 gallon pots.... $7 99 plans Membership for an dues additional are$360 nine per holes.year
Many Colors! for singles and $480 per year for
offers the ultimate stain GENESIS
resistance. Carpet CALL family. New members are required
certified by Amoco. It's available in a sensationalrange to pay$300 initiation fees.

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Bradford High Majorettes! Collect Survey Data on Waste Effort


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County Conducting a poll for the Committee t Lavon Drivas Educational Pro more per acre. NRSWA meetings.A separations of recyclables would be added costs of the system, it Is
of the Recycling New Advisory jects; Lorna Reddish, Jr. Woman's County commissioners are becoming somewhat simpler method made at a central location where pointed out by experts in the field.
Association River Solid Waste Club; Eoline Underhill, Lawtey more and more burdened by would separate all recyclables in saleable items would be marketed. Additional revenues will continue to
members of the Tor Community SchoolSally Traylor, these mandated costs and are resor- container and Even I
nado ; : one "other"wastes in though recyclables can be be necessary to finance the proper
Majorettes are manning United Citizens Against Pollution; ting to special assessments rather a second container. Then further sold, .the income will not offset the handling of our wastes.
telephones at City Hall, calling 307 Gene Lateef Developer; Bobby than additional ad valorem taxes to
residents of Bradford County to Taylor County Extension Agent; cover the rising costs of solid waste -
determine what Is known about Anita Rink, Chamber of Commerce. collection and disposal.The .
recycling and about solid waste Simultaneous polls are being conducted special assessments are
disposal requirements. in Baker and Union counties, levied to all residents of the county
The poll is designed to provide in- the other members of the New River rather than being limited to
formation so that a comprehensiveplan Solid Waste Association. freeholders who have property in ex-
can be developed to Inform the The 1968 Florida Legislature pass cess of the 25,000 homestead ex
citizens of what will be required of ed the "Solid.Waste ManagementAct" emption. Many residents who have
them to comply with new solid waste which required that recycling never paid taxes will now have to
management laws passed by the be started by July 1989, and that at contribute to the costs of solid waste
.1988 legislature.The least 30% of the solid waste stream management.After .
be recycled by 1994. the poll is completed and the
Majorettes will be paid$1 per In Florida, according to Department results anaJlzed,a method of recycl-
Interview for the Job.307 interviews of Environmental Regulation ing will be Implemented In the three
are scheduled for Bradford County, statistics, about 7 pounds of wastes county association, and a com-
approximately 1%% of the adult are generated by each person each prehensive plan to educate the 1. Brenda Williams 2. Deena Parker 3. Allison Archey

population. day, or more than a ton per person citizenry In recycling requirementswill 4. Christina Bath 5. Dede Cox
per year. be set up.
Majorettes conducting the poll are Where to put this waste Is becom- Paper, glass, aluminum, plasticsand This past week the Bradford County High conducted a county
raising funds for a trip to the Hall of ing more and more difficult. other metals are the items most wide opinions MaJorettes In
telephone gathering on
recycling.
Fame Bowl to be played at Tampa at Because of a high water table, often recycled. Organic materials survey
the end of the year. The Majorettes wetlands, environmentally en- such as tree trimmings and yard conjunction with the New River Solid Waste Association and the Bradford
have been invited to perform at dangered lands and the threat of wastes can be composted and usedon County Board of County Commissioners, we want to thank these majorettesand
halftime ceremonies during the ball groundwater pollution, stricter lawns and fields as soil ammend- the 307 citizens that of their time to answer some 40 Questions
game. Participating in the poll are regulations are being enforced ments rather than buried In land- gave
Senior Allison Archey, Juniors regarding waste disposal. concerning recycling. We also want to thank Western Steer, Lil Caesars,Taco
Christina Bath and Dede Cox and Composite linings for landfills are fills.Different containers for various Bell, and Vito's Pizza for providing evening meals during the survey.
Sophomores Janice Davie, Deena now becoming required. That la, a recyclables placed at all trash collection -
Parker, Brenda Williams and Misty three feet thick layer of compacted centers, and separate con-
Crawford. Impervious clay soil covered with a tainers for separating items at home Bradford County Recycling Committee
Members of the Advisory Committee thick membrane of plastic which is are systems being talked about at
for Bradford County are: Darrell again covered with soil to prevent -- ,
O'Neal, Recycling Coordinator; puncture cm 'fl' up to $100,000) ( or



I Indians Suburban

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KHHS offense good field position a llardec's extra point kick was backon
the Dixie 26. target and Indians looked as If T
The Indians got five yards on a
carry by Mills. 11 on a pair by Crane they were going:to make It a blowoutwith
and an eight yard burst by Taylorover a 20The .
right tackle Chris Bullock's visitors had other Ideas,
block that put the Indians on the however, and scored their first NOW( (D1FIIJIN) c
one. Ilardce drove over center Lin touchdown of the night before the
Boatwright for the Indians' second half ended.
score ofthe night. Ilardce was wide Bear quarterback Ronnie Bennett \
right on the extra point kick, but the picked up 33 yards after taking a 2 Tank Specials
Indians had opened a 13-0 lead short kickoff on a dead run on the
with 2:28: left In the first up period. return after Taylor's score, then 16 . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defensive back Jodey Brlggle and more on a keeper-option around the .
end Tom Davis combined for two big right end that gave his team a first .
stops on the Bear's next possession, and goal at the Indian nine. KHHS No.1. : No.2.
forcing another threedownandpunt linebacker Mike Booth stopped .
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series from the normally .Bennett In his tracks on third down, ?
potent Dixie offense. but the powerfully built and quick .' .
The top three tacklers this season g3 .
for the KHHS defense so far this powered In from two yards out on II .
season are Wagner Davis and fourth down to put his team on the .
Taylor. Ilardce is alone at the top of board. Running back Aaron Dawsonran .
the standings In Interceptions with over the right side for a two .
point conversion and the Bears .
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six.Hardee connected with Taylor for spirits and chances had improved .
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15 yards then got another 15 on a noticeably as the second period S ..'...
quick toss to tight end Joe came to and end with KHHS up 2O-8. .
Strickland going over the middle The Bears were driving again as time .
that took the Indians to the KHHS expired and might have scored again .
if It were not for KHHS noseguard .
40.Crane broke loose on the next play, Jamie Jones' big hit on Bennett on .
a 17-yard gain that featured some the visitors' final possession.The .
great open field running then Indian defense had the Bears .
Hardee took off that stopped on four downs on their first
picked up 26 yard on and a a first sweep down at possession of the third the period, but U : : 120 Gallon Tankt :
he Bear 33. were called for roughing punter;

toll.I The Indtan W.-offense_continued] to, I another 1ving thC''8 i;.nnil l'ltors.'p'ew pbR'u'n1ty lue.an:". ,1"7 : .",11.!
Nadeau dove over the middle for They made the most of the gift playon +ts.
five then Hardee hit a short drive from the KHHS 49,
for a yards 17-yard pickup and Bradley another and got a TD on Dawson's five yard o Exchange Tank Special e : $ e
first down inside the 20. burst over right tackle. A two-point :
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Bears back within
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striking distance at 20-14 with $49
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plenty of time left 7:35 to play In :
going to be stopped at the five beforea the third. Includes: completely
great second effort by the senior Includes I :
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horn w/ioporate recreotlonol room equipped with stove & frig separate
advanr unless.. credit, is already Enterprise Park next to Sunshine safe & effective by U.S. Bureau 9. 10/26/89 5
established with this office, Industries Contact Diane Ely 964- of Veterinary Medicine against hook LAWTEY ACREAGE:with road frontage. garage, beautifully landscaped lot on Griff Loop. $ 19600.
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE 5294 TFN 3 s round & tapeworms in dogs 4 catsl) Call for details, MATHEWS REALTY, GREAT LOCATION-GREAT PRICE 4 bedroom 2 bath with a large family room

HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 10/26/89 5 Gator II Farm Supply Ole Glory Feed, 964-4469. TFN 9 located In the city. $ 59300.
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER FOR SALE LEASE OR EXCHANGE. & Goldkist. 6 t S 10/26/89 5 RAIFORO LOVELY HOMESITE 2 BR, 1 BA from horn on 1.65 Acre Cleared
THE TELEPHONE. 7000 sq ft two story stucco building 9 ACRE TRACT:4 acres of mature pines, Slandicoped. Owner financing. $3500 On $"5/1D Yrs. $ 17,000
C ussif td, deadline is TUESDAY NOON. 137 & 139 E Call SI corner Thompson HAPPY JACK SKIN BALM: checks 5 acres of Improved drained property GREAT FIRST HOME for young couple2 BR, 1 ba carport porch.
pi. or to Thursday publicatIon. St. Leased to purchase or perler scratching & relieves imtated skin pecan trees fruit trees,mobile home NE 26th Ay. 26,000

Classified, display deadline, is TUESDAYS exchange for water front property. without steroids. Promotes healing & well septic. Great building site for HWV.30) SOUTH From., 3 BR, 2 ba, CHS, 1539 ..f.. 1.7 acrei. $ 40,000
Clyde W. Simpson 356.6849 hair growth on dogs & cats! Gator II small ranch.Located I mile from Starke
00 P M Special Classified display NW 65th AVE.i 3 bedroom 1 bath 5 acrei. Home hoi new 20 yr. roof freshly
(Jaioment' is NOT Guaranteed 3 s 10/19/89 4 Farm Supply Ole Glore Feed, & Golf Course.. 34900. 964-8602 after painted 'Inilde. Owner say, 'Make an Offer!

Mo imum charge for classified ads is Goldkist 6 s 6 pm. 9 s 315 WALNUT STREET Good rental property-3 hornet:

,5 words for S3.SO. then 15 cents for 11/2/89 10 9/7/89/ 12 3053 Total' Sq.Ft.. 2 story porches;
each word thereafter $1 billing chargewill SAMOYED PUPPIES 5 weeks old. 4 LAWTEY. Hwy 125, 'farm house with 70 1080 Total Sq.FI.240 .
male 3 female.$7S call 964- fenced 2 wells cow barn 4 ;
acres,
be added to each CHARGED
Total Call for these) $ 89.000
Sq.Ft. viewing on
'30-5'30.473-3758 after
classified, adCARSnRUCKSVANS 5764.8 chicken houses, approx 50 acres In
6pm.Ask for Chris 6 hay pasture 964-4469 Mathews ELEGANCE THE COUNTRY 3 BR. 1 ba, concrete block window treatments, .
3 ceiling fans, CHSA stove, refrig DW with door antenna
$99 DOWN. $135 PER MONTH set up s 11/2/89 3 RealytfnM9 s garage opener
on lot with pool 13 25 a p r 8 years, DOBERMAN PUPPIES BLACK AND 10/26/89 5 with rotary booster wood floors, new Andersen windows, carpet rose
call Allen 783.1420 4 RUST. $50.$100. call 782-1221 LAND FOR SALE BY OWNER. 3 acres garden large patio area complete with brick BBQ grill smoker and LaZY

: .89 CHEVROLET CAVALIER RS. no s 10/19/89/ 4 I' 'YARDS'ALES..JFRIDAY road frontage on Forsyth Road Susan table, hothouse, tool shed separate pumphouse, total electric
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equity required just take over pay- 86 PIEDMONT. 56x26. 3BR 2 bath with $13.500 call 1-407-464-6827 beautifully landscaped.BRICK .
ments Comes equipped with 100,000 den and fireplace ch/a, Assume loan //9 s 10/5/89 5 HOME 4 BEDROOMS S'/i BATHS. 402 St. Clair St. .86 of an acre, foyer
mile extended warranty plus 50,000 balance call 964.8566 4 AND SATURDAY. 9-unttl. 500 20 ACRES, ROAD 16 WEST turn by LR, DR, kitchen wrefrig, range/oven dishwasher, fan/hood; den laundryroom
mile regular warranty. Bought new s 10/19/89 4 S. Westmoreland St. 7 Keith Beauty Shop owner financing and an office, CHSA enclosed carport ((2 cars), utility shop spacious
July this year Gets 28 to 30 miles per 1982 2BR SINGLE WIDE, very clean inside s 11/2/89 1 available call 782-3665 9 back yard with security lights. $71,000

gallon For more information call: outside noeds work will deliver REALLY BIG YARD SALE nick s 10/19/89 4 BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR, I ba CB wood floors 1185..., 5 acres $ 60.000
Byron Scroggms home phone and set up,call I.964.9I72 4 nacks.furniture.clothlng.some baby 3 1/2 ACRES WITH WELL CLEARED, CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water 1 BR/1 Ba. $ 90,000
Railord. 431.1210! or FSP 964.8I25, ext. s 11/2/89 1 furniture wedding gown.lots of' mist $8500 call 782-3363 after 5:30pm: BROOKER 3/2 brick and frame, Shady Oaks S/D extra lot $ 44,000
138 or I40. Mon-Fn 2 ABANDONED 88 FLEETWOOD double- itemstoolsN.301 to NE 50th traileron St in 9. 11/2189 1 HAMPTON LAKE AREA 3 BR. 2 ba CHSA screened patio w/ BBQ grill.

s 10/26/89 2 wide easy bank terms, 1.800.940. Strawberry Acres.next to last Also 3BR MH, MBA' on 3 acres. Excellent for small horse farm. $122.400
i J79 DODGE VAN,Royal IOO, 3I8 engine 4644 4 s 11/2/89 left follow signs.Fri & Sat.9-6pm \ :
needs oil rings 1973 Dodge Polara 1NEW 7. 11/2/89 1 WANTED .....WATERFRONT.....
custom 318 engine, good both FLEETWOOD.2 BR luxury home 4 FAMILY SATURDAY. Nov.llth,9-til. 311 GREAT FISHING WITH LOTS OF ROOM LAKE HILLCREST 3/2. 1980 mobile

$700.call 964.2652 2 not a stripped down model $137.88 N. Clark St 7 s WANTED RAILROAD locks Joe lanterns keys Box home, outside and 'In remodeled In cypress, CHSA. carpet range, rf rig, d/w
Reiner.
s 10/26/89 2 month call 964 9172 4 11/2/89 1 china paper : hot tub shingle roof, fireplace, concrete driveway aboveground pool lots of
j77 FORD pick up low mileage 6 cyl., s 11/2/89 1 4 FAMILY YARD SALE SATURDAY 8632, Fl Lauderdale 11/2/89 Fl. 33310 1 decking screen porch storage building. All of this surrounded by a 6' chain
GORGEOUS 3 lots of Nov llth, childrens and adults clothes. 11. '
$1500 call 9646835N2 BR.2 bath en- Mon- link A privacy fence. $ 75,000
WANTED RIDE TO KEYSTONE.
161 N. St 7 s :
11/2/89 1 emimties, special financing" makes Orange call 964-8573 or 473-2178 COUNTRY STYLE LIVING on Florida water at Its best! 800' of paved winging
1988 1 Fri, 8.5.
11/2/89
CHEVROLET PICK-UP payments only $169 month call I 964-- 11. 11/2/89 1 driveway to this superb 3500 sf home. The home has beautiful wooden floors.carpet .
5 FAMILY YARD SALE in Lawtey behind
SPORTSIDE,350atacpspbtlntedwindowss 1 6407 4 s 11/2/89 Waters Grocery Fri & Sat Nov.10.II, LOOKING FOR A PERSON knowledgable vaulted ceilings, 4 levels of living space, Ig. foyer eat-in kitchen with
13BR2
26k
ort wheels 964- BATH MOBILE HOME WITH from 8.4pm 7 S of old Singer Sewing Machines. Se- new built-in appliances, formal dining room Ig. living & family rooms with
MUST SELLIO,250.call
miles 11/2'69 1 rial 's 1309368. AB63I290 and fireplaces. 4 BRs. 3 Full Baths, 2'/i baths Inside utility room 3 sunbathingdecks
additions Lake I
2 Estates
9248 or 11/2/89 782 3660 10 $35,000 964-8931 Crosby 4 acre FRI. SAT SUN 2 miles from 301 on Rd 16 AB412582. Interested in sewing off all 100 ft. on Lake Geneva. 2'/i Ac., with sprinkler system. Ig. oaks

86 S BUICK SUMERSET.ps.pb.ac.auto.crulse s 11/2/89 1 EastFurniture clothing toys.electnc attachments and refinishing machine azaleas, dogwoods, camellias. Located on SR 21 S. Keystone Hgts. Assum.
control am/tm hot water heater and lots more head stand and table. Contact Vogue Mtg. Must see to appreciate I

stereo with cassette,$1000 below retail > LOSTFOUNDLOST > > 7. 11/2/89 1 Mfg S64-5064 11 S GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA 292' on water and extendingto
for $5495see at 2207 Raiford SATURDAY, CHILDRENS CLOTHES 11/2/89 1Classified Hwy. 100. 7.17 acres, 165000. Property can be divided Into two 100' lots,

Rd.Starke. 964-2910 2 SET OF CAR KEYS, downtownarea toys bicycles,household items.crafts Ads $65,000 each and one 92.65' lot $48.000.
North end of the road
Located at the
s 11/2/89 2 of Starke call 964.4380 or 964- .....COMMERCIAL.....
1980 FORD FAIRMONT, 2 dr,4 cyl.auto 6238 after 6pm 5 s behind Hampton School 7 that runs Get Results N.TEMPLE AVENUE I Acre Zoned Commercial. $125.000

psacradio 40.800 miles,good 11/2/89 1 s North and 11/2/89 South.1 WOWI WHAT A COMMERCIAL DEAlt Carradines in lawtey. Approx 600' On

tires.$1800. 964-7864 or 964-5053 SATURDAY 9-4PMinfant clothes to Hwy. 301. 10 acres of land. 3300 SF store and living quarters, paved drivewaywith
2 s 11/2/89 1 Jtg .ES'rA'fE.: ;; 'I Toddlers tools, household goods ample parking. $149,500

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY '.OUTOFAREA '. etc.,301 North on NW 29th Ave by PK COMMERCIAL PUTNAM HALL 'CATTLEMAN'S LOUNGE' CHSA band area
""" Whiskers 7 8 !x'k dance floor, liquor license Included. 2%. acres on HOT corner Hwy. JOQ& 26.
C 1'RENTtEASEiSAteGREAT 11/2/89 1 J r; Separate living quarters. Owner will finance with good down

OCALA NATIONAL FOREST wooded NOV.10 &11 FRI 8:30: AM TO s payment! S?2fl, LOCATION ACROSS FROM lots, river access: $5450 each. No SAT.2pm.vanety of items Go Easton SUPER COMMERCIAL) Great two story building. EnterpriseZone.! !!! 1 \\ ;nJ"
KOA/WAL' MART Hwy 301. 2000 sq money down.$65 41 month Owner.I- Rd.l6 or 230.turn. on Flume' Rdl3th St) I Downtown$,. ./>.U.Mta." J .." ... '1.R.,,I: adu'citf il'1., : ''wSl, 10
ft, $600 month 964.8846.1II1e"ngs, 236-4579 or 1-622-2438. TFN turn on 6th AveCountry( ClubJFollow) NICE' APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE) 830 N.'temple( Xve. 8 furnishedBR', ::

473-3627 TFN 5 3 S signs 7 8 11/2/89 apartments, fully occupied with excellent occupancy record; heating A cool-

10/26/89 BOATS I 1SAT Ing unit In each apartment. Good cash flow! $147.000
FOR LEASE. PARTIALLY COMPLETED & SUN.9-4pm Belhel Church RARE FIND IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 100' on Hwy. 21 N. two 2100 SF bldgs.. Pay.
1000 sq ft fast food location across 1986 HYDRA-SPORT.I50 Mercury re- Rd(230Aclothing( ) all sizes.men A ed parking. Good business opportunity. Call for details.
KOA/Wal Mart, 964-8848 eve
from TFN 3 ducod.$9.000 or best offer 964-5992 womens household items Rabbits 301 SOUTH 193 ft. US 301 frontage. $ 85.000
473.3627
nings 5 8 s 11/2/89 1 and much more 7 8 LAKE GENEVA BEAUTT! RENTAL ON CALL STREET I
s 10/26/89 11/2/89 1 After Hour

Fri & Sat Nov 10& 19o.colortv.22 semi- Enjoy paneled rg eous view from your Ann TorwilUgar Nelsen . . . . . 473-7541 "
a u t or l f l e baby.bed.swlng.walker.stroller.tools.gas- pine florida room or boat.
Fish, Swim from your beach. Lake Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . .96<&.6323

stove dishes silverware sheets.bedspread..blankets living with dry convenience. Walk to Debra Connaughton . . . . . . .96 .2833 \
p..library. .hopplng. ..
dungarees.drapes.lamps.coffee table, Affordable at 99000.

i and a 1979 Fairmont Station wagon. 7 I
miles South of Starke on Rd 100 James P. Smith. Jr. .

7. 11/2/89 1 ; QRSAt iaE
MULTI FAMILY FRI & SAT. Nov. 10 & E. I CALL 375-7O39 J

301 8-5pm 7 3 miles on s Edwards 11/2189 Road off I aFl1 Dirt;ro :Soil._ .1 I


Large or Small Loads of Limerock |

t1 t .:.,'. 'M'-::..d4 rnt r -Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer J .t

Susan M. Faulkner. GRI. CRB President! CUTLAW '

EQUAL HOUSINCj: REALTOR .:ral ty ,964-6182 964-5823 964 095L .

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ERA FauJknsr Roalty+ Inc. 964-4522 STARKE,FT, 1 Your Full service Real Estate Office }


Located Hwy. 301. 2 blocks South of CR 100 a Lafayette St.

L.19 Accelerated Realty, inc' ;

IMAGINEI 7 3/4 ACRES with 3BR/2Ba hou... |lust on outskirts of city. 76.89 REALTOR
EXCELLENT PRICE FOR COUNTRY CLUB Great for executive, only 79500. 67-89 ,

OWNER ANXIOUS Sampson City area Assumable loan. 167-89
964-4544
OWNER FINANCING with good down payment. 2 story apartments. Good Income # "

109.893BR1'iBa BROKERS SPECIAL a Hwy. 301 S. '
FIXER UPPER small repairs., $42,900. 171-89 Owner FinancingThis r LiJ-

IAWTEY AREA 3BR/1Ba brick veneer reduced to 42000. Assumable mortgage. home has everything! Brick 3/2'1., Formal Dining Room Iuw.WiN Starke, FL srl. J

81-89 Family Room, flr.plac.,All Appliance a .
.5 ACRES: 301 South. 10000. Just off highway 79.89 Double Garage, 1'001.1'0110. S Lake-Believe or not .,

*CB 2-APT UNIT or put back In 1 large house, only $29.900.77-09 Only$55,000 VHoracs ./Lot >/Acreage v/Watcrfront_ .
LAKE BUTLER LOT on the canal going Into Lake Butler lake. Good for boot launching a
sFarmsCommercial Y YON Ys
picknlcklng. 64-89 f', "
*40 ACRE CATFISH FARM: con be split In 20 acres. 59.89 To$25,000
FRAME 38RII Bo 1 out of limits. $26,900 56.89 *S 15.500 Cut. as a button frame 1/1 new kitchen cabinets. In Kitchen '
on acre, just City: THI WATER 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick. Eat- ; Family Room f
2BR/IBa FRAME new windows, reduced to 11000. Needs repairs. 48.89 *S 23,900 Newly renovated Inside and out 2/1 fenced yard In Stork. CHSA. large lot 2.80 Ac. 2310 SF. Front & Back Porch.,
NICE WOODED BUILDING LOT on Christian St. 5000. 40.89 *S J4.500 In Brooker from. home, walk to everything owner finance a LARGE ROOMY HOMI 3BR/2BA Frame Family Rm w/Fireplace. CHSA I i

*MELROSE Lake privileges goes with this beautiful building lot. 27-89 25.000 to $50.000 2184 SF, 576 SF Workshop Hampton Lake Access. __-iAHINTION. ,..

REDUCED Hwy 301 N. 10 acres, over 500 ft. frontage on hwy. Owner will *$ 37,5001 Epperson St. 4BR. 1900 SF home, no sign on property. HOMI SEEKERS 4BR/2BA CB.Home, Family. Room- ,CHSA. .. j '.
finance. 11788 *$ 38,000 Cedar home on 1 acre, CHSA range, ref a 3148 SF, Garage, landscaped. a -
*OVER 1600 SF Brick veneer 2'/. both.'Ig. rooms, fireplace $79.900. *$ 42,500)) Crystal Lake Homesites, CB 3/1. CHSA range, ref. 1300 SF and lake ACRES OF PRIVACY 3BR/I BA A-Frome w/Porch.s All Round. Stove S I

LARGE CORNER LOT In Country Club Estates 270x 22x243. Trees and owner prlv Refrig.. Wood turning Stove, Pole Born 24x50 Tool Shed_8x9' ,.Well A ?.( -1: 1He. .
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financing. Who could ask\ for anything more at $12.500. 136.89 *$ 43,500)) A lotto house, "/1 Vi, CH&A. rang., ref over 1500 SF. a r'l a
THE LOT YOU HAVE 'BEEN LOOKING FOR to build your dream home on- *S .....9001: Lake cottage on clear lake with white sandy beach. large oak. LOVELY BRICK' HOMI 4BR/2BA, CH&A. Stove, R.lrig'a Dishwasher,,2240. I ISF.
292x200. High S dry & trees. Can be divided. All this and owner financing for *$ "'.900: Brick 3BR/1 '10 Ba, nice neighbor, range! ref CHSA encl garage.' Sun Deck. Well A Septic. ;f''/ ;

19000. 89.89 $50.000 to$71,000 a JUST NORTH OF LAWTIV 3BR/2BA Brick Family Rm.:CHSA, 2946.SF,<2 | a .

NICE 2BR MH on .93 acre. Quiet area, Priced to sell at $17.000. 149.89 roof :; large Workshop, on 1.7 Acre w/lots of Shade Tree*.
*$ 52.000) Best 3BR 2Bo CH&A, brick 1405 SF, new new paint
1988 OW on 3 high & dry acre Assume mortgage of $384.36 per month. Central area and a ROOM FOR HORSES 3BR/2BA Cut Brick CH&A, Range A Refrig. Big Shed.Fenced .
*$ S2,000i 3/1 on 3 acre, 38x30 pole born fruit trees more.S
heat & air,'.range, refrig and other ektra4. All major component Insured for Iocr.. REDUCED. Area for Horses. : 'f'; r
54.0001 Highway 16 West. "/2*. CHSA. 1496 SF on
on. y.ar. 137-89 CROSBY LAKI SHORES.3BR/2BA Two-Story Home Stove A Refrl AC Units I
Owner finance, 2 4/2. CHSA on 4.64 acre.S
*$ 55.0001 story -
BEAUTIFUL HOME In Hampton Oaks, over I:1.25 acres, over 2000 SF. Owner will and peaceful. a Electric Heat Well A Septic. 1 Acre. a
56.000 lawtey nice home, CHSA on Iocr., quiet
area
conilder Lease Purchase. 10.89 Corner lot 3/2 CHSA. INVESTMENT PROPERTY Two Story Apt Bldg. 2BR/1 BA ea AptGos Heat: I
*$ 62.000 Excellent neighborhood near the "hospital.
1 TO 6 ACRE LOTS: Owner financing low down payment. Septic tank Included. home and metal bldg. HWY UW 3BR/2BA Doublewlde, CH&. Workshop Fish Pond Well A t'a
.. *$ 65.000 US 301 S. frontage 3 acre with mobile .
108 89 Septic 5.7 Acres.RIVER a
PRICE REDUCED on'this 30 acre farm with large 4BR brick home. 99 89 I Above 75.000 1 BEND ESTATES 3BR/2BA DW Mobile Home, CHAA. 2\ Acres.
*$2.(00 LOT IN TOWN. 92.89 *$ 71,000 Bedford Lake, 2/1 CHSA. completely furnished extra nice. 100x300 CTV HWY US 3BR/2BA Mobile Home, AC U..III. Central Heat ".1 Acre | l".j

OWNER FINANCED NO INTEREST LOAN. 3BR home, Hwy. 100 100-89 lot. HIGHWAY 301 I 300 Ft Frontage, 2 Mobile Home. l Commercial Bldg. a ,
HAMPTON LAKE LOT ossumabl mtg. 129-89 *$ 79.9501 Brick CH&A, over 2000 SF In the country on 3.78 acre aI I Ill LAFAYETTE 3BR/1 BA Frame CHSA.,Range, Utility Bldg w/Half Bath. | ,.
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CUSTOM DESIGNED DW on 2 o 75.89 ,1. *S '''.000. Gorgeous brick home In Deerwood 3/2 Immaculate too many a SELECTED PROPERTIES a

RENTALS: amenities to list Must... HOME BIDO LOTS Hwy 16W. City Water A Sewage. Owner Financing. t
3BR House on Crosby lake,,$ 5O/"f,.onlh:(?. $115,000: Brick 4BR 2'/ Ba, CHSA fireplace, ranch r.f. DW ever S acre a HOMI BIDO LOTS Shady Oak SID Brooker. a

.' *$135.000 Starke HI.torlcorM., Renovated 6BR, 3'/4Bo. 6 fireplace plus aduplex. fOUR S-ACRE TRACTS Brooker Owner Financing. .

THRU 2-ACRI RIVIRFRONT. LOTS Irook.... Owner. Financing...
*7S,152: Beautiful 2 tory brick and cedar form! home, 4/JVtBa on 72,acre, a t ACRES Well. Septic A Power Pole. a '. '!

t ACRIS Hwy 301 South. .'
Call One of Our ProfessionallyTralnedSiaif'Totlatt FOR RENT '.' ACRES rreirtot..* New River. Well t Septic. ,
AVAILABLE to 3/S1N0s Complete furnished mobile horn. No pets, children, a

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Alter Qur'Fal( These:Realtor Associates, : Call us About a Wayne Deuales.t 4-Ml Bill Gnenn; & *4-4444 1.a ,
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MUSICAL" 4.De INSTRUMENTS PER MONTH- AS CALL LoW\16.4.AS ROOFING FELT.$8.99.2x4xa pt- PROFESSIONAL rERSON-for fund rolling LOTS FOR SAll-ossume mtg. $72.00eo. FOR SALE MO AtlSat '.3. Swan lake Rood off

.6946. 12 '" $ 077/99 l.79.20off on all plumbing supplies and developmental director o( local monthly. Nothing down Big Tree SR100. If rain concelled.llpdll-9
52 -wIth this ad Stephen Smith Lumber charitable organisation. Sand reume Lake. Carlbeon Circle 473-2359. MOBILE HOMES fOR SAll-" FURNITUCE-cement block, trunk,
NEWSPAPER PLATES. 6 mites South of Starke on Hwy 301 to P.O. Box 1505 Keystone Height. FL ltchgll-9 down$131 me. Set up on lot w/pool. cookware and much more. Frl a Sat

alumlnum.Mealurel 24x38 12 a 11/2/89 1 32656. 4tchg/10-26-11 Easy credit. 13.25 APR 6 yrs. Call Nov 1011. 9 tll. King St (opp. Miller)
1ndIe..5O each. Great for 35,000 BTU SIEGLER OIL HEATER with $60 PER HUNDRED-remoltlng letter. Allen 783-1420. .4lchg/10-Jo/H-l6 and Jade Lane.l tpdl 1-9
and patching 100 from homo. Detail lend a ..!( MUST SELL QUICKlV-Gettlnf married.
repairs TELEGRAPH 135 W. gal tank.KX) negotiable- FOR RENT L-Z-BOY RECLINER-dlnnette table, utility
CaN Sl Starke 12 I tv. never used.cost $198-475.Call addressed, tamped onvolopo to: 3B/2B double-wide, 4-ton heat pump. trailer household Item and much
9/7/89 52 Dyal 468.1225 12 I Associates, Box 309-T Colonla Now COMMERCIAL SPACI available In New carpet. 300 sq.ft. covered deck. more. Frl/Sot 9 a.m., 621 Orange Ave,
Jersey 07067. 8tpd/10-26/12-14 Nicely landscaped. 100 130 lot. 1344
AUCIA HAY 11/2/89
FOR SALE IN 1 Keystone Height Itpdl 1-9
ROLL.Arthur BABYSITTER NEEDED-for 3 small Keystone Height. 2 location: 700 sq. sq.ft. Excellent condition. 27400.
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Gatklnl.782-3140 .ELECTRIC HOSPITAL BED-LIFT call DISK BEDI-bedroom furniture,
12 children afternoon and some morning ft. A 1000 sq. ft. High traffic and visibility Leave message 473-729O. I will return
HANDI HOUSE PORTABLE 964-8634 12 I in both locations 473-3193 miscellaneous Item, Sot/Sun Nov
reliable or call.
building
Loving person nonsmoker your 4lchg1121123DOUBLEWIDE
11/2/89 1 11-12 and Sat/Sun. Nov 18-19 Little
storage builrJngs. and 473-7683, leave message. 7/6 tfnchg
garages greenNOpOWNfAYMENf. own transportation MOBILE HOMS-on 3/4
NORGE
REFRIGERATOR with Lake SontoFe, near Bradford County
houlel. largo top ON LAKI GENEVA Furnished efficiency.
Hwy reference required. Call 475-3240. acre, fenced 2BR/2BA dining room,
301 Soult door freezer. Brown and run and dock facilities. Public boat ramp. 473-2139
!, TFN 2tchg/11-2-9 Laundry $275 walk-In closets, kitchen pantry stove,
12. 10/26/89 good.$130, will movo.eatl 964-5944 CRUISE LINE HIRINO-lmmedlate per monthplus deposit. 4732919. 2tchg11-9/16
5 ,
openIng refrlg carport drape. screens open
12 11/2/89 MO MOVING SALI-tool. furniture, full
12X21 CARPORT $790. NO DOWN WILLYS *. Seasonal and car..r oppor- 7/6tfnchg porch, patio. S35.000.cosh/flrm. J. W.
HUNTING lie 6820 Deer Rd. Turnat
PAYMENT VEHICLE-1968 J-5 IDEAL RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACI-21 topper Springs
.Hand) House portable tunltle Excellent pay World travel. N. Denton, RI 20 or 26 to SR21 toParadise
bullclngl 301 South Starke **' JEEP V-6 engine.4 wheel drive very Call -518-459-3533. Ext. P3339A. across street from Hardee.. 12'X32', Estates sign 1st mobile home on EXPO. Frl and Sat ltpdll9CHILDREN'S
TFNy good condition $1200 call 964-8704 CLOTHES-toy A hou..haldIt.ms.
884 12 3tpd/11-2-16 $273 adjoining 20 X32', $350. .73..375. left.2tpdll-9/1A
12 I 11/2/89 1 6737 Highland Drive. Sot 9 a.m.
10/26/89 5 URGENTLY NEED DEPENDABLE PERSON- 7/13tfnchg .
LOT WITH EXISTING septic tank and 2 GOOD CLEAN DOUBLE BED MAT to work without supervision for Texas LAKEFRONT COTTAGE Twin Lake PLANES to p.m.lchgll/9
well, owner financing 964-6471 TRESSES good condition both $20 oil company Keystone area. We train. 2BR/IBA. Available after Nov 1 SAT ft SUN lOam til 3pm. Tools, fishing

12 a 10/25/89 3 tee at 909 hl. Thompson Sl Writ R.C. Dlckeron Pro*., SWEPCO, $300.nno. plus deposit. 473-3836. AIRPLANE fOR SALE-1965 CESSNA 210 equipment clothes bicycles car.

MARY'S VARIETY SHOP:Sale,wicker. 12 s CHAIRS 1 Box 961003 Ft. Worth, Tx 76161 4tpdl 0-26/11-16 Dual NAVCOM CS LORAN Enc. Alt mOlor ycl..elD.-6n S. Bird 2 blockswest
TABLE WITH 6 $100 bunk beds
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used furniture, appliances ltchgll-9 MOBILE HOMES-2 or 3 of BMX Track. 7
TV'i. A/P 84 gal tanks 170 mph 12 gph
microwave. VCR's. .You name it, I with mattresses$200 both brand new JOB OPENINCavallable at New Life bedroom$133-ISO per month. SR NDH APR Annual $22,500. K 11/2/B9 1 _
carry HI.Alwas looking for such hem*. call 533-2515 12 a Acre 475-2108 2tchgl 1-9/16 100, across from Lake Geneva. Call 9042627814. Itpdl 19FOR
Stop In If you wish to sell something. 11/2/89 FREEZER BABYSITTER NEEDEDIn my home |lust 473.7566 or 4737810. HOMES FOR SALE
304 E. Call Sl, 964-3250. Evenings UPRIGHT $100. 964-8147 West of Melroia. Call Susie between 11 4mo..pd/10.26/"I5/90
call 964-5813. Don't call after 9pm. 12. 11/2/89 1 a,m. and 9 p.m. 468-2394 2tchgl1/9-16 MOBILE HOME ON PRIVATI LOT-4 mile SALE ONI LAKESIDE HOME with separate
TFN 12 a 10/26/89 LANDSCAPE PLANTS.gallon size, over COOK WANTED Buddy's Restaurant. North on Highway 21 3BR-1 I/2BA. garage with 2 acres $29,300 OBO or 2
5 10-.75 each.und rlO-SI.OO each.Call 468.2080.Itchg 11/9 covered patio 2 storage buildings. Call SATELLITE SYSTEM.Ilk. new limos bid lakeside homes 4 acre $35.500 OBO.Key.tane .
2 ACRES ON HIGHWAY FRONT 964-8319 for directions 12SIMMONS after 6,473-4433. $26S/mo.. $265 w/crambler. Nothing down (49/mo. Height area. 1659.2779
IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR HAIR STYL- deposit. 4tchg/10.19.11.9 1.272.1018 4lchg-10/26/H/16 7/20 tfnchgGOVERNMENT
AGE.wed and H DE-A-BED
septic tank,$500
around down SOFA, queen ISTand Nail Technlcan full time good TWO BEDROOM-Moblle Home, nice lot. SATELLITE SYSTEM-REPOSSESSED-Due to HOMES-from $1
payments fied buyers 782-3333$160 month 12 quali- size new condition; also mall china working condition competititve: pay. near city.Adults only. Call 473-2638. divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing (repair). Delinquent tax property
10/26/89 cabinet, Rd229A. call 964-6486 Apply in parson Sandi's Main Attractions 2tpd/ll-2-9 down. 39mo. 12721030. Repossessions. Call1.6Q2.838.8885 Ext.
a 2
HOSPITAL 12 a 11/2/89 2 Hwy 100. Keystone Hts. 473- CALL CENTURY 21-Showcase Propertiesfor 4tchglO/2&-11/16 GH14027.3tpd11/2,9.16
Care Center BEDS.$75.call 964-6220 Whispering Pines SET OF BUNK BEDS with mattresses 0351 15 k 11/2/89 rental of the following: home, MOVING SALE Frl/Sat, Nov 10-11,10 SPRING LAKI-put your family on this *kl-

12 I 10/26/89 excellent condition $75 gas clothe 1ORGANIST lakelront home, mobile home, office a.m. to 6 p.m.. Cut gloss, appliances; able lake, 2 plus acres, toned
PECANS. STUARTS. 4 dryer work fine $40 caU 964-8313 NEEDED for small church pace and mini-storages dinette set small drop leaf table, Agriculture, 1768 sq.ft. 6677 SR21. No
$//.25
$3.50 pound or 12 I 11/2/89 1 call David Ashley 475-1844 or 373- ((904)473-4903) .Stchg-lO-19/11-2-23 queen sofa bed vanity S bench utility assumable mortgage.$67OOO Firm.
after 6pm pound shelled call 964-8592 KENMORE 19 CU FT SIDE BY SIDE 3970 15 k 11/2/89 NEWLY REMODELED-private lot on Lake cupboards, tools misc. Keystone Club Stpdl 1-2/30

a 10/26/89 weekday 2 12 refrigerator III water bed with drawer, 2 Geneva 2BR/1 Mobile Home New Estates 36 Golf Club Drive ltchgll-9 6385 WOOFARD DRIVE. Fleetwood.

25% OFF ON ALL FABRIC.PInahurst bar with 2 stools swing set, 12 speed carpet throughout dock laundry CHAIN LINK FENCE All type wood: owner financing 3BR, 2 Ba. CH/A.
bike almost like new. 473-7215 facilities. Must see this one. $273/mo fence, field fence, barbed wire. Free fireplace front/rear patio.chain link
Variety Store across from Southside 12 I 11/2/89 1 PERSONAL $275. estimates. Call .473-7676/473-9043
plus d.po.lt..73.2919
ll/9tfnchg
Eton. Hwy KX>. 964-5587 12 fence yard 2 car carport, Mathews
OPTION TO BUY-Nice 2BR Mobile Home, George Manning Salesman-Estimator
a 10/26/89 5 ..dM ES'FO; RS1:; I r HOUSEOFFICEcleonlngKeyitoneMelroie, convenient to school, central heat & Storke and Key.tan.ltodl1.9 k Really 10/26/89 064-4460 5 4
1982 DODGE D-50. 4 wheel drive custom Oreo. Reference AC. Coll 1-904-473-4221 I or KENMORE 19 CU FT SIDE BY SIDE

bed. $2800 new Remington FOR SALE BY OWNER. 3 BR. '11/2 bath." available. 473-4649 itchgl l-9 19043886109. 2tpol l916 refrigerator s/s water bod with drawer,
model 7400 30-06 $300 call 964- block house family room with freestanding CARPET REPAIRS t INSTALLATIONS- COWPEN LAKE-S. of Melrose.SBR Furnished barWith 2 stools swing set, 12 speed

7173 2 12 a 1012689FIRE fireplace hvingrcom.l kitchen, retretche, earn repair, measure Mobile Home, larg. kitchen bike almost like new. 473-7215
separate dining room carport and w/w lntallatlont. 27 year ex dock 475-2427 2 tchg 119.16Union 12 k 11/2/89 1
WOOD
SALE- Seasoned Oak $40 utility room fenced yard with bam perience. Rob-Lyn Carpet 475-5171
per half cord also pick-up load of call 964-5647 16 a 4tpdl 1-9/30
smaller pieces $25 (oak) pius barrelsof 10/19/89 4COMTEMPORARY CARPENTRY PLUMBING-heot A air conditioning -
tartar at $5 per pick-up at Sunshine buihhogglng mowing
ENERGY EFFICIENT appliance Ads )
Area I
Industries,located In Enterprise HOME for sale 3 BR. 2 bath repair general repair of all ([ County
Industrial Park S.Rd. 100 E. next to 1456 sq ft ch/a paved dead end street, type 473-2577 2tpdl 1-9/16
WEAL 964-7699 12 near hospital ft Elem. school$51,900, SEWING MACHINES NOT
10/26789 2 WORKINGr-Don Call Swindell.
panic.
call 431-1165 16
MANY ITEMS STAR-UTE scope mortar 35 4737862. Work guaranteed. Used PERSONAL SERVICESWILL FOR SALE HOMES FOR SALE
CUSTOM BUILT. 4 BR brick home.
mixer concrete cutter water.pumpsnew machine $50 and 7/20tfnchg
organ, up.
all utilities entire
), cabinet, 1600 lb. scale, or acres beautiful city building tots, BessentRd property, SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED-ond drain line CLEAN YOUR HOME Reasonable Automatic dryer S75 call 3 Bedroom Home wood frame, 2

bar-q gntlnew( ). Dodge van parts, call 964-6300.for appointment. relayed. Price reasonable. Bradford rates Anytime. Hour to suit you. Harriet 496-2353.1tpd.11/7 fireplace on shaded lot 3 ml. South of
mower, x-ray (photo game), tools, 10/26/89 5 Septic Tank. Starke. 964-8121 Black. Call 4963339. 10/26 2lpd. Worthington Spring, 4621170. tfnchg.
Iflht fixtures several motors 5000wangermratorjMORE. 7/6tfnchg 11/2 LAND FOR SALE 9/28.

; .Backer Browning REPAINTING SPECIALIST-metal. wood: or WOOD FRAME HOME Three bedroom

Trailer Park. 2 1/2 miles south of 'RV S\GAM; \ EIS> block. Roofing and tidewall. leak ond HELP WANTEDACT BROOKER AREA From $295.00 down. with 2 fireplace on shaded lot. Three .
Starke on 301 across from 301 Quick rust proofing. Sandblasting and steep mile couth of Worthington Springs.
Stop 12 a 11/2/89 roofing no problem 14 year ex $89.00 per month. 1.5 acre Rolling Call 4621170. 9/28 tfnchg.

1 WINNEBAGO MOTOR HOME for sale or perience. Also MH rubber roof- IN TV COMMERICALS High Pay. No oak form and meadows.home.Ideal 10 miles for North small FOR SALE BY OWNER Three bedroom. 1

HOTPOINT HO FROST. 20.8 cu ft with." will trade for van call 964-5116 for coating. 473-5247. .tchg.10126.11116 .p.rl.nc..AII ages, kid teens, of Gainesville.or country No Mobil. bath home. Three blocks from school.

(comaker, $150, call 964-5647 more Information 19 BABYSITTING-ln. my home. Call 473-9176 young adult, families, mature people, o.k. FREE BROCHURE.qualifying.Own.rbrok.r.377.9977.4tchg. S.E. 2nd Street. Call 496-3016. between
12 10/26789 a 10/26789 2WalkVr 2tchgl/ animal, etc. Call Nowl) Charm 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday-Friday.
9/28 thru 10/19.
7 FT FLOOR FREEZER run execellent. FLOOR SAGGING DOOR DRAGGIN. Studio ((313)) 542.8400 Ext. 1580. with mobile home all Itchg. 10/26
APPROX.8 ACRES ,
HOUSE OUT OF LEVELTLaRue
$75. cal 964-4060 12 Leveling 40tpd. 10/5 thru 7/5/90.
will consider motorhame
a 11/2/89 1SCRAPMF,7ALReffigeratorstovestot Service for all your foundation repair $60.00 per HUNDRED remalllng letter hookup, as
,"' :l.4Z3.7721.'G-26. 9 5 part payment. 2752320. Itpd._1012.PERSONALS .FOR RENT .
.
IFOa.6ALB.: : ; ;..,,"... a t" irom .hornet Details send self- : .n
of misc. Hampton area. call 1-591-2126 1 0 E/OFfrICcI I. aninp.I addressed tamped, envelope to; ''
12 I' 11/2/89 1 freer Dogs Keystone/Melrose area. Reference Associate Box 309.T. Colon, N.J. OFFICI SPACI. 150 W. Main Street
PIANO FOR SALE responsible party to available. 473-4649 1 tchgi l-9 07067. 6tpd. 10261130. $100.00 month. Call 4962261.S .
take low monthly on JUNKWe pick up |luck mower, motorcycles Medical Technologist' Needed PRN bed 1 both 70 x 14 Mobile Home on
payments
up FOUND Female Walker Hound, Jack
Call P. Wilkerson mlnibike, chainsaws
beautiful console piano, call toll free J. go-cart. some call Florida license In chemistryand Whitehead 496.33091tpd.117.MOBILE 20-0cr. $300 a month 1st lost
weed eater We buy good junk
hemotology required. Apply to security deposit-Call
1-800-346-2450 12 704-431-1075 after
3 wheeler 473-3036 Kim
9pm motorcycle
11/2/89 2 Lake Butler Hospital P.O. Box 748 lake 332-64l1.2tpd.il/14
ti 3tchgl 1/9-23 Butler. EOE. 9044962323. HOMES 1 bed woodframe house 2 fireplace on
HOUSECLEANING-weekly. monthly or Ext.243.1tchrg.11/7 FOR SALE shaded lot. three mile south of Worthington
|lust once to help you catch up.473-4055
ATTENTION EARN MONEY READING springs. $200 A MONTH. Call
THOMAS HOUSE MOVERS, INC. ltchgll-9 BOOKS S32,000ear Income potential. 462-1 ITOtfn
HIRE ME-to tidy-up your yard. Detail. (1602838.8885) Ext. 9127.3tpd. 1990 I'"' x W-2 BR, 1 Bath $6995.00 Call LOOK JUST OUTSIDE RAIFORD CITY
752-2318 Reasonable rate 473-4055 ltchgll-9 11/21 755-5114. Circle B Home, Lake City Fl LIMITS.fully furnished mobile home

FLOOR SAQOIN.DOOR RECEPTIONIST Buisne Office neededfor REPO DOUELEWIDE $1000.00 down. Bod for rent.3BR,2 baths a/ca cent.heat,
DRAOQIN.HOUSE OUT OF busy medical office. Experience credit or no credit. You can buy. Call washing machine, shade trees. private
Leveling LEVEL??LaRue Leveling Service for necceiary. Typing a must. Call 7555114. Circle B Home. Lake City. FL yard private drive $250 month.

Relocation .IlL all your foundation repairs. 473-7721 4962461. Mon. thru Frl. 8a.m. tllSp.m. USED MOBILEHOMES Slnglewlde stor $200 deposit 431-1568/ 13
//.17. k 10/26/89 5 ltchrg.11/7 ting at 50000. Doublewide also In U 10/26780
] Earn S/.7S HR. We need assistance stock. Call 755-5114. Circle B. Home.
.'RaIsing RIIe t AUTOMOBILES evaluating and responding to doily Lake City FL. 4tchg or tfn. ,1012., YARD SALE

work report submitted by our agents 10/19,10/26,11/2.
Foundation Repairs .-
.. throughout the state. No experience 3BR. 2BATH CHIarge lot unfurnished
and Sell Houses n71 DODGI DIPLOMAT2DR. neccessary; Paid to complete training. stove and refrldgerator' $300 a month Thursday Friday Nov. 9th tlOth antiques
Buy Reasonable 473-2689 2tpdM-9/11. Work at home. For Information send 4962554.ltchrg.ll2CARSTRUCKSVANS furniture, houseware, and
Bonded & Licensed Danny (Buddy) Clark 1971 FORD VAN473-7500 Itpdl 1-9 elf-addressed, tamped envelope 9* morel SR 121 south right on 235-3.8
197B TOYOTA COROLLA-4 door 4 Inches long to: AWGA. Dept. E Box mile signs potted rain or
peed. A/C.Runs. Need. minor repair. 161189 Atlanta GA. 30321 shlne.ltchrg.ll/7
First $273.00. 473-4613 ltchgll9AFFORDABLE

USED TIRES '''"'- '; FOR SALE Tappet truck $100 like call newlong 496.2317-itpd.l0/19 wheel bate small" MISCELLANEOUSFOR


FIREPLACES t WOODSTOVESFIorida'* NOTICE SAL Fresh ground grits and corn-
". TJLE. APARTMENTS j largest selection over 40 different meal. 9042593901. 4tpd. 9/21 thru
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$. 1 0 : 022 E. Brownlee St. W.II model worth In stock.the trip.New The used Wooditove trade-In': S CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted FOR 10/12.All tody's bicycle Western Flyer

oo& Up'I ( CmnpBlandingRd.StnrJro. Fireplace Center,2031 Northwest 6th to the Union County Times office $50.00. 496-2659 evenings.
advance
FL 32091 St. Galnsville. Fl. Toll Free In writing and paid In .

18005242675. 10/19 7tpd. 11/30. .unl.this. credit office.Classified .It already establishedwith LOST
PIANO FOR SALIWonted: Responsible
964-7133 deadline I la MONDAY. 5. .
to take over payment on piano.
party
HIGH TREAD See locally. Call Manager at P.M., prior to Thursday publication. LOST Registered Walker Hound. lemon
2 & 3 Bit family oriented, withlaundry 800-635-7611 anytime 3lpd. Minimum charge Is IS ward for$3.50, and White with number 223 on side. If
NO RECAPS' & NO REGROOVES ') & large playground. 1019115. then 15 cent for each word thereafter. seen call M. Wayne Smith. 496-2120,

r .Free clcctrtcily<< flrfct month 1M hide Lesabrel time (limited Edl- Reward offered. Itchg. 10/12

Kent SO"*of your monthly llon$6,000. Excellent condition.
BIG OAK TIRE, II, INC. Income If you qualify. Regina Parrish 496-3465.1tpd.1t/7 of
Splnet-Censole-Plana BarelnResposlbility Thinking Building, ,Buying or
Ifyou cam $3.33 per lir., 40
9649388U.S. )11,... week' & have 3dcpcnclciils. party to take over low Refinancing A Home? Call .
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N. 1601 N. TEMPLE AVE. your rent would be monthly Locally.payments Call 1-800-327-3345.on spinet piano.Ext. .

(Next to Kentucky Fried Chicken) about $112. a month or$3.73 102.3tpd11/21 Gainesville Co. 'Inc.
per day for lays left In month., ANTIQUE CHINESE CHIPPENDALE SOFA Mortgage ,
'for move-In after the first. $250 Antique stained glaulamp $325

Qualified Singles Accepted. 35,000 BTU vented LP, gas heater Purchase. Refinance or Construction:

avA .1 'Move-in' cost can be us low as $75.00 call,496-3463 onytlmeTFNHotpolnt call Conventional.' or.VA; Fixed: Rate or A4jutoble
used work: $30
he t rlMe $1000. Low liteom 964.8791064.7578 Dryer or 964-7061. tin.
Ph. 964-3739
:: Ste. 8 If outing I' REPOS-REPOS-REPOS Dump trucks, work HAROLD K. DAVIS'

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N' ,RILE: HOME LOTS WITH CITY TRAILER FOR RENT, 3 milos south on EARN $5-$10 PER HOUR. Part time or for full time Cashier/Stock person.
WA rER SEWER CABLE TV 964- 301, 468-2409 13 s full time. For Information call RA- Apply at Pep-O.620 S. Walnut St.
1'1B 1FN 13 s 11/2/89 2 MONA 782-3068.AVONI. 15 15 a 11/2/89 2
1 10/:>618q 5 3BR/2BATHON1 ACRE WATERFRONT s 10/26/89 5 ORGANIST NEEDED lor small church
I" >n t f'11 F HOMES ATTENTION : EARN MONEY READING call David 373- ra
FORRENT WITH CITY lot In country$325 per month, 964- Ashley 475-1844 or
WATER/ SEWEH.CABLE TV 2 BR 5819 13 Q) t 11289WILL BOOKS!$32.000/year Income poten- 3970 15 s 11/2/89/ I
tial. Details 1-602-833-8885,ext BK
1 BATH. 964-7498 TFN 13 1 2WELL II
10/26/89 5 SHARE EXPENSES ON 3BR/ 12688 15 a 10/19/89 I
1 ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS 'for 2BATH included 3 .
HOUSEeverything PERSONl\I4iiSE
A ATTENTION RING!Government Jobs- RVIC ES;
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i i.t Close to prison. Call 4P8 1323. except food.$275. write PO Drawer
N 13 s 10/26/89 ASlarke.FI.32091 13 your area. $17,840 69485. Call .I-
8 11/2/89 1 6028388885. Ext. R 3493 DRILLING, PUMPS & SERVICE:
Ail I L 10 your work We have clean mobile SITES, unfurnished $275 plus $150 REAL ESTATE LICENSE COURSE only systems specialists. 864 N. Temple -
4 weeks.call 1-755-4040.North Fl Real Ave, US 301. Starke 32091 TFN
homos' avnilablo call 468 1323 TFN deposit now taking applications 964-
i I' -. 10/26/89 5 5734 after 4pm 13 s Estate College. TFN 15 17 8 10/26/89 5DON'T i I
'1LJ''"PIED ROOM WITH AIR.all utilii' 11/2/89 4 s 10/26/89 5 LET YOUR CHILDS GRADESand
< COUNTRY JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA, self-esteem sink this year. Call
p.nd From $37.50 up weeklyMAi.NOLIA HOME 2 BR LARGE BATH
HOTEL Walnut St and dressing room, large living room openings available In several areas, 964-8594. TFN 17 8 I

iik.,. in front of Post Office with 'fireplace, ch/a, kitchen all appli- will, train. For Into call:312-742-8620 10/26/89 5 -... T ---. ."." ..,,'" "fl''''' '.' I ,;,
: I s 9/7/89 52 ances, 6 1/2 miles out ol starke on ext. 362 15 a ALTERATIONS: sippers. hems buttonholes I
[onooM f APARTMENT, heat Brownlee Rd 533-2483 13 10/26/89 4$60PERHUNDREDremailin letters from palchei c. Drop off and pickup Winner...
S 11/2/89 2 7 days a woek.7am-8pm.964-
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P"/ oolodandhoatod.wallodpatio home. Details, send sell-addreised, Ashley Cankbu, Billy CrlHli Josh Tomlliuon Charlie
and In
oi. :.ti""''ul l parking, outside/ storage, TRAILER FOR RENTIOx65.Landlord 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from Sapp Bobby
"iilBoOl" 13 S special, 41 I mile from FSP, $175 stamped envelope to J.: Associates, Southside Elem. Hwy 100 -TFN the Viking ihlp beading out to war, with Ashley spurring them onward..
Box 309-T, Colonla, N 07067
t t.? 'I; R9 5 month,2BR, partly furnished 964- 17 8 10/26/89 5
1 i'H'OM. Small house $245 month 5540 13 s It/2/89 15 S 10/26/89 5 HANDY MAN: Reasonable rates. Painting -
hi I."5 deposit,call 964.8602 after 6pmI 1TRAILER ASSEMBLY/WAREHOUSE, top pay all Plumbing Electric & Home Re-
shifts now, IT 4 PT trainees Pack 75 Holds Awards
I i s 10/19/89 3 IN COUNTRY 2 BR large open apxrs.25 yrI.experience.Woody 964- CeremonyLawtey
,. I i Ibnih house with 'fenced backyard kitchen and living room, like new, also 355-5500 15 a 9018 or Tommy 964817017
$200 sec dop, $350 month, 60x14, central heat, nice yard and 10/26/89 2 8 10/5/89 5 Boy Scout Pack 75 held its (Webelos).
WAREHOUSE $$TOP PAY$$,hiring all
...ill lir,4 7404 1 'for more info. TFN trees,one child max.964 6714, Mong WANT TO DRINK, THAT'S monthly award ceremony Oct. 30 in Some of the cubs also received
shifts now, will train, 355-5500
YOUR BUSINESSI) WANT TO
I I' <: 10/26/89 5'N'S Dairy Road and 21st St., $255 month 15 s 10/26/89 2 STOP? THATS OURSI the Lawtey Community School Wolf Cub progress towards Rank

SUBDIVISION MOBILE Home plus deposit 13 s EASY WORKIEXCELLENT PAYI Assemble Alcoholics Anonymous 964-3619, Cafeteria. Badges, they were: Charles Sapp,
11/2/89 2 Wolf den leaders Sandi
1 Tomlinson,
products at home. Call for Joshua Tomlinson, Bryan
furablo DESERT ISLE MOTEL,low 9644150,964861417 Sheila Griffis and Webelos Reyes
weekly rates leader
Information.' 504-641-8003. ext. 9579 8 10/12/89 7 Billy Griffis, Ashley Gaskins and
i IIC/ : 13 s 10/26/89 home kitchenettes for room available, mobile 15 8 11/2/89 2 WILL WATCH/CARE FOR YOUR CHILDIn Lloyd Bryan presented the awards. Paul Kemp received his Bobcat
i. rent.782-3332 13 FIREFIGHTER. The City of Starke Is home. 964-3521. 17 Pack 75 received a pack cer- patch.
Ii'' /I IIOME, 3 milos into town, s 11/2/89 2 accepting aplications for position of 8 my 10/12/89 4 tificate, pack ribbon and a den rib-
!J. its' ushnd with water bed, 3250 4 BR.2 BATHS, kitchen, living room, din- firefighter.' Must be at least 18 yrs. old IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH, have bon for maintaining summer pack The ceremony was concluded witha

month. first last and deposit!, 964- month ing room, call and 964-5484 Florida roomch/a 13 ,$475 andcertitied firefighter.Apply City Hall, water tested, and use our water your'filter, meetings. Scouts that participated skit that represented the theme of
n 10 and 964-3049 13 8 11/2/89 4 209 N. Thompson St., Personnel free for 5 days,Aqua-Clear,964-9240 received summertime participation the month, Vikings. Ashley Gaskins
10/26/89 2 Office. 15 s 17. 10/19/89 3 pins: Bryan Reyes, Charlie Sapp, played the bold red-headed leader
2 OR 3 BR HOME in town, Lawtey, $250
'r I1 01TAGE IN COUNTRY$300 plus
10/26/89 2 TRACTOR WORK MOWING AND TILL- Billy Griffis, Joshua Tomlinson Leif Ericson, which led his crew
militias, partially. furnished call be- plus Realty secunty, 964-893I.Champion 13 PART TIME FLORIDA TIMES UNION ING CALL Carlton Craft 964-6697 Wnlv..o nun lames Bryan members into battle.
:v.'n 9am Iprn 964.5414 s
11/2/89 1 has an opening for a morning carrier anytime,Jimmy Steen 964-7387
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in Lake Butler area Must have dependable after 5pm TFN 17 8
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DUPLEX UNFURNISHED
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Novembers, 19H9 TKLKCKAPli.Tl,MKS: & .MOM I'Olt-HMttTlOX I'agrllH

I Williams Appointed as Hampton City Clerk

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KT Staff Wrllw Job." The vote was 3-0, with councilwoman the trunk of the car,and is not work- AAi SUN RENTALS
The City of Hampton appointed a "I have talked With Williams andshes June Haddock absent and Ing. Jerry Thompson,county operations .
City Clerk to complete the unexpired not going to go anywhere." Chairman Pete Thomas not voting. advised the radio is 18 years Y.a RENT-TO- OWN
term of Gordon Wadsworth, who said the mayor. "She will stay here Council Chairman Thomas, Coun- old, unfit for repair, and should be
presented his resignation to the with us for a long while." cilman Ted Curtis and Clerk replaced.
council last month, announcing his Williams has been a resident of Williams will be three signatories TV'S STEREOS VCR's APPLIANCES
retirement due to ill health.A Hampton since June, is native of
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authorized at the bank for all financial Also
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special meeting of the council Fort Lauderdale, grew up around transactions for the town; two not working and there is car are FURNITURE
was called for Friday,October 27,to Alachua and High springs, signatures of the three will be under the hood for a siren no room
consider applications. Five persons graduated from Santa Fe High necessary. .$AVE! $AVE! $AVE!
had applied for the position. School in Alachua County, and com
The applications were reviewed pleted a two year accounting courseat Police Car...
the Council voted, at a special $5.00 Off First Week's Rent
by councilmembers.Mayor Lola the Bradford-Union Vo Tech A police car for Hampton has been
Williamson meeting Saturday, October 28, to
recommended Martha center, under the instructions of
Marie Williams, 28, for the position, Paula Register who Williaims gives acquired$1,800 from, the highway Marshal patrolfor John buy a new radio, new lights and 2 Week Minimum
based on her being "the best credit fl'(.her qualifications for the says siren for rooftop mounting, and get
Hodges, but when he the radio SAVE
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II.Chitty years. He was a member of Publicity Melrose, died Nov. 6 in St. Lukes and Mrs. Zina Beth Johns of
Houston H. Chitty, 86, of Starke, Lodge 1000 F&.AMof New York, Hospital of Jacksonville following a Hawthorne; two sons, Charles and No Credit Check Same
died Sunday, Oct. 29 at Alachua was a 32nd Degree Mason, memberof brief illness. Lynn McCullouRh,both of Hampton; Day Delivery
General Hospital, following an extended New York Benevolent & Protec- Born Mar. 31, 1917,in Lawtey,Mr. four sisters, Mrs. Blanche McKin- No Down Payment Full 11/2 Yr. Part &; Labor
illness. tive Order of the Elks Lodge 1, and Johns moved to Melrose nine years ney, Mrs. Estelle Cox, both of No Long Term Obligation Friendly Service-
Born and raised in Bonifay, Mr. was a member of the National Rifle ago. He was a member of Hope Bap- Starke, Mrs. Vadie Pope of Pen-
Chitty lived in Jacksonville for about Assn. of America. tist Church,retired head oiler for St. sacola, and Mrs. Delma Crews of THE BEST DEALS UNDER THE SUN
fifty years before moving to Starke Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Regis Paper Co.of Jacksonville anda Auburndale; eight grandchildrenand
in 1987. He was retired from the Crissie B. Fisher; two daughters, member of St, Regis Breakfast eight greatgrandchildren.Funeral 1363 S.Walnut Street 964-905
Carpenters Union Local 627. He wasa Mrs. Nancy Kelley of Sumter, S.C.. Club. services were held Wai Mart PlazaSAWYER .
member of Sampson City Churchof and Mrs. Bernice Seacrest of Survivors include one daughter November 2 at the Archie Tanner
God. Sunberry, Pa.; one brother, Henry Linda B. Roberts of Jacksonville; Funeral Home with Rev. Alton
Survivors include his niece,Sheila C. Fisher of State College, Pa.; one two sons, Herman J, & Glenn M. Dobbs officiating.Burial was in Santa
Padgett of Starke; seven sisters, stepdaughter, Mary Short of Johns of Jacksonville; two brothers, Fe Cemetery near Starke, with
Nora Whitehead and Jennie Elmira, N.Y.; one stepson, Charles Clifford&Warren Johns of Jackson- Archie Tanner Funeral Home in GAS
Marlowe both of Pensacola, Nola Babcock San Jose, Calif; 7 grand- ville; two sisters, Lucille Mosley of charge of arrangements.
Kelly and Cumie Bottoms, both of children and 4 greatgrandchildren.Arrangements Lawtey and Lois Bowen of West
Tallahassee, Mallie Chitty and Ola will be announcedat Palm Beach; 12 grandchildren and 2 David Pierce --
a later date in Pennsylvania with greatgrandchildren.Funeral 1-
Smith, both of Starke, and Ruby David Pierce, 53, of Starke, died .
Archie Tanner Funeral Home in servics will be held Friday
Halford of Bonifay; three brothers, Thursday, Nov. 2, at his home
Hubert and Don Chitty both of Starke in charge of local ar Nov.. 10 in DeWitt C. Jones EaIi.E
following an extended illness.
with Dr. Johns
rangements. Chapel Vernon of
Starke and Cliff Chitty of Pensacola. Born
ficiating. Interment will be in in Nelsonville, Ohio, Mr.
Funeral services were held Nov. 2 Woodrow W. Pierce served in the Army and was
of Starke
Harper Evergreen Cemetery
at Riverside
Memorial Park electrician.
in employed as an
Jacksonville Woodrow W. Harper, 66, of under the direction of Jones Funeral
with Rev. Gene Bass Survivors include his wife Mrs.
and Rev. Cecil Wiggins officiating. Raiford, died Saturday in the VA Home. Alyce Mae Boyce Pierce of Starke;
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of Medical Center in Lake City follow- Lester his mother and stepfather, Mr. &
Starke was in charge of ar- ing an extended illness. McCulloughLester Mrs. Robert Achatz of Starke; two
rangements. Born in Putnam County, Mr. McCullough, 72, of Hampton daughters Mrs. Karen Kamp of JSAVE _
Harper had lived in Raiford for the died Oct. 30 at Bradford Starke and Cheryl Pierce of Orlan -
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David Eugene Fisher past 22 years. He was retired from Hospital following an extended il
the construction business. lness. do.Funeral
Starke David, died Eugene Oct. Fisher 18 at Alachua 84, of Survivors include his mother,Win- Born and raised in Lake City, Mr. nounced at arrangements a later date, with will Archie be an- UP TO 50%ON GAS HEAT COMPARED TO
nie Davis of Starke,and McCullough moved to Bradford
General Harper one Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in
tended illness.Hospital following an ex- brother, Charles W. Harper of County in 1933. He owned and charge of ELECTRIC RESISTANT HEAT
Raiford. operated his fam and worked for Du- arrangements.Pa< Born and raised in Catawissa
,Pa., Graveside funeral services were Pont Chemical Company for 24
Mr. Fisher attended Bloomburg held Monday in Etnoniah Cemetery years before his retirement. He wasa Empire CH-15 -
High School, served in the U.S.
in Putnam County with Rev. member of Pine Level Baptist
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Charles Redding Archer Church of Starke. ROOMHEATER
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the Merchant Marines. He owned charge of arrangements. Mable McCullough of Hampton;
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and had a printing and publishing Morris Jackson Johns Mrs. Vivian Shafer, both of
company. He was secretary ofPenn's MnrrU .Tarksnn Johns. 72. of Starke, Mrs. Iris Hart of Hampton, 1320 N. Temple Ave. .
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church and welder. Jacksonville three brothers, C.J. It was time for the KHHS offensive receiver Tracy Collins all alone on i
Church.
from page 11ACharles a ; No viewing after the unit to put some points on the board
Survivors Include his wife, and Shorty Stephens both of Grand Eulogy. Arrangements are in the and use some time off the clock and an the 80-yard even post further pattern 35-26 that, closed
to
gap but the
K. Spurgeon, Jr. Dorothy Stephens of Lawtey; three Ridge, and Archie Stephens of care of Haile Funeral Home of they did just that, on a bone- visitors were out of time with :35
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Charles K. Spurgeon, Jr., 72, of daughters, Debra D. Stephens of Jacksonville; three sisters Bertha Starke. crunching. 64-yard drive In the clock and Kill IS had won their
Melrose,died Nov.:Sat>> his residence Gainesville, Becky Crawford of Holland and Erma Jean Cunn- which Crane picked up all but nine fifth game of the season, and five out
following an extended illness. Lawtey, and Judy G. Stephens of ingham, both of Grand Ridge, and Card of ThanksWe of the yards on a series of tough, of their last six.
Born Sept. 15, 1917 in Winston- Lenora Ann Steadman of Ft. White; the family of the late Mr. Lish medium length runs behind fine The Indians rolled up 258 yards of
blocking by the Indian offensiveline.
Salem,N.C.,Mr.Spurgeon moved to four grandchildren; several niecesof Jackson wish to extend our many rushing against the Bears, while
Melrose in 1982 from New Orleans nephews. thanks for food, cards, flowers, Crane put the final touch on a fine yards senior-QB solid Hardee stats on was a run-oriented 6-10 for 91
He also lived in Jacksonville for over resolution, prayers, or any act of performance with a four-yard
30 years. He was retired owner of a Albert Tyson kindness that you may have shownus scoring run, then caught a two-point "Micky was hot. I was just getting a
truck service company in Jackson- Albert Tyson,Sr.,died on Sunday in the loss of our loved one. May conversion pass from Hardce that charge out of handing off and
ville,an Army Veteran of WWII,anda Nov. :S>> at the North Fla. Regional the Lord forever bless and keep all gave the Indians some much needed watching him run," Hardee said. "I le
Baptist. Medical Center in Gainesville at the of you. breathing room and a 28-14 lead gets better every game."
Survivors include his wife, Linnie age of 76.Born The Griffin Family with 1:53: : to play In the third period. The Indians will need all their
Fired after a fine series by their
offensive
up
firepower to keep
Juanita Yarborough Spurgeon; two in Bradford County, Mr. Card of ThanksWe offensive unit which kept them off with the 'other' Indians In pace the
daughters,Sandra Cothern of Atlanta Tyson was a lifelong resident of the field for over six minutes at the district this Friday night in
Ga. and Teresa Rawles of Mid- Starke, a retired farmer and an would like to thank everyonefor end of the third period, the Kill IS Chic nand. This game Is tradi-
dleburg; and three granddaughters.Funeral employee of the Bradford County their prayers, food, flowers, defense clamped down on the Bears tionally one of the best matchups In
services were held Nov. 7 School Board for 28 years as a bus cards and love shown to us during after the ensuing kickoff and forceda the district and has always been an I
in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. driver and custodian. He was a the illness and death of our mom. punt after three plays. Getting big excltlng-to-watch, high-scoring
Preston Ponce officiating. Inter member of the Pleasant Grove A special thanks to Dr. Cunn- hits were Davis, linebacker Jason game which usually'goes down to the
ment was In Jacksonville Memory r United Methodist Church of Starke. ingham, Santa Fe In-Home Medical Bishop The KHHS and tackle offense Ben Wilson. final period.
rolling againon
got
Gardens under the direction of Jones Survivors include his wife,Miriam Care and Archie Tanner Funeral the next possession to score their
Funeral Home.In Tyson; five sons, Eddie L. of Home for the loving care they gave final touchdown of the game. They ANNOUNCEMENT'
lieu of flowers, donations may Lakeland, Albert Jr. of Orlando, our mom.The would need virtually every point.
be made to North Central Florida Leroy of Columbia, S.C., Willie B.of Family of Polly Prevatt Crane broke out of the backfield for FREEHOME
Hospice, P.O. Box 15235, Cocoa and Marvin L. Tyson of an II-yard carry, then Hardce hit
Gainesville, Fl 32604.Wilbur Starke; three daughters, Mary B. iTo Strickland for an eight-yard pickup. BUILDING SEMINAR
Walker of Titusville, JoAnn Crane was back In action again on Learn Now & You Can Build
Stephens Hamilton and Linda Hampton, both I next three plays with 32 yards com- Your Dream Home For Less
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Wilbur Stephens, 62, of Lawtey, Sgt.Allen DeSueThe of Starke; twenty grandchildren. and plunge with 7:50: left in the fourth Than$26.00 SF. CompleteYou
eight greatgrandchildren.Funeral
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was Payment
Bethel Assembly of God always remain with us. We love you sant Grove United Methodist escapes through your head. Bennett hit Collins for 33 yards on Build Financing. You Can
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Personnel 1988 89


Administrators . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Teachers . . . . . . . . . . . 282
Guidance & Psychologists . . . . . . . . 11
z Media Specialists . . . . . . . . . . .9
.. Aides and Clerical. . . . . . . . . . 84
Superintendent'sMessage. Bus Drivers (Including Subs.). . . . . . . . 41
Food Service. . . . . . . . . . . 38
Other Non-Instructional . . . . . . . . 28
Custodial' (Including Part Time). . . . . . . . 34
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TOTAL .. . . . .. . . . .. . 55!
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JIM PVC

school I StaffMr.
reflected "in the

". comin unity are the eight '(8)), schools to Jim Duncan . . . . . . . .SuperintendentMrs.
attitudes, values" .f students who attend.. is directly related report 'to Denise Adams . . . . . Exceptional Education
The even' .,The the success .f our student t or g"" '''. Thissetting of our Mrs. Myrna Lou Hurse . . . . . .Instructional SupportMr.
county-" by the ..rents that the education" support Stephen W. McLeod . . .Personnel and Employee Relations
"in the our", 'do ".",Bradford' given County indicates between the teachersr commitment to Dr. Steve Miller .. . . . . . Data Computer Processing

the citizens .of coopero"ive relationship.f our county. ,The"0'' system" and we Mrs. Dolores Morgan . . . . . . . Food ServicesMr.
students ..s and citizens/ goo', ,for ours heightS this year.( ___ Michael Reddish . . . . . . . .Purchasing
,,,If. students education'' is .n .ongoing achieve even greater be of Mr. Lennard Register . . . . . . . .OperationsMrs.
quality. yOU to help' uS school staff may Eugenia Whitehead. . . . . . Student Services
encourage Superintendent or Mrs. Burney Winkler . . . . Curriculum and Instruction
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School' Board call on us.Sipterery
the
please
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to you'

assistanCe 1\ .:-' * Four Star *

) Developmental Education ConferenceJim

",- Grant, nationally known consultant on school readiness presented
Superintendent his educational seminar to Bradford County teachers Administrators School
punt County Schools' Board Members and parents, February 7, 1989. Jim Grant has helped
radford( thousands enhance school success and stop school failure by Implementing
developmentally appropriate curriculum and policies.
JD/cr:/ Sharing his experience of placing children by developmental age rather
/ than chronological age and presenting in his down-to-earth style coupled witha
cc: Files keen sense of humor, left Bradford County educators better prepared to
reach the needs of our students.

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Ambassador for TeachersCynthia
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Ross Teacher-of.the-Year, 1990 represents all of
the excellent teachers in Bradford County! Mrs. Ross taught Exceptional
Education Pre-Kindergarten Handicapped Program
RetireesDelbert at Lawtey Elementary School when she was chosen for this

honor.Mrs.
Ross participated in several
Green Thirty ((30)) years in Bradford County well as visited district state sponsored events as
schools soliciting concerns from Bradford
True Love Smith Thirty ((30)) years In Bradford County
County teachers take
to to these
state
and
meetings to legislators.
Epifanio Romero Total of 26 years four ((4)) in Bradford CountyA The district Mrs.
appreciates Ross's enthusiasm and excitement <
total of eighty six ((86)) years of service about the teaching profession and her performance of her x
duties as local ambassador.

Other representatives of the fine teachers In Bradford County
are:
Frank Abdulla Bradford Middle School
Ramona Jordan Brooker Elementary School
Tommy Miller Vo-Tech
Michael Sexton Bradford High School
Alice Faye Waters Hampton Elementary School
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Human Resources


Development ProgramThe Comprehensive Compliance AuditIn
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Florida Legislature recognized In the early 1980's' the Im-
portance of well trained and high performing school managers March, 1989, Bradford County Schools underwent a com-
School Grading SystemThe (principals and assistant principals). The Florida Council on prehensive Program Compliance Audit by having a team from
Educational Management was created to research the most ef- the Department of-Education come Into the district for one week,
uniform grading system for the Bradford fective ways to Identify and recruit outstanding school managers. visiting all schools and district office, examining program
County School System is consistent with State Law. The Each school district was required to develop a plan to assist In documentation for compliance with Florida Law.
system and interpretation are as follows: the selection of outstanding school principals, the preparing of Superintendent Jim Duncan and his staff were complimented (:
principals and assistant principals and the appraisal of job per for the high percentage of compliance criteria met ((99.3 percent). :i
Grade Percent Points ProgressA formance of school principals.The The visiting team also complimented the staff for excellent ad- 1
94-100 4 Outstanding Bradford County HRMD program currently assesses vance preparation and the cooperative attitude displayed by all
B 85.93 3 Above the performance of all school principals by Superintendent Jim personnel. Truly a team effort!
Average
C 75-84 2 AverageD Duncan. All assistant principals'are Involved In a two year comprehensive State Department of Education Compliance Audits are con- 1
65.74 1 Lowest Accept. Prog. assistant principals program with a supervising principal ducted every three years.OutofField. 1
their
monitoring
F 064 0 Failure progress.
I 0 0 IncompleteThe Finally a class of thirteen aspiring Individuals completed
In June 1989 Phase I I Awareness Training and will enter Phase TeachersFlorida
IA classes for additional training in all areas of school Law
this
requires report be used to notify parentsor
grade point average for management.The guardians of classes taught by outof-field teachers. Of the
required courses Is 1.5 ford outlook for strong school principals Is bright In Brad total teachers In Bradford County ((282)) only eighteen ((18))
County. Of the
course, ultimate winners are the 4,000 teachers were teaching out-of.field. These teachers hold"regular
students that will receive a better education as a result of
teaching certificates
and
strong In our opinion are qualified to teach
administrative leadership in Bradford County. these..clashesPAGE I .. .... :. ... ...
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SSAT-I Composite Scores SSAT100 -

100% 96 % Grade 10 Percent Passing
9492 93

90 87 88 90 PART I 53 PART U 91
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Grade 3 Grade 5 Grade 8 Communications Math Communications Math


SSAT-I COMPOSITE SCORES

Grade 3 Grade 5 Grade 8 STATE STUDENT ASSESSMENT TEST (Grade 10))
Score 94 92 96 87 86 88 85 85 83
Year 86 87 88 86 87 88 86 87 88 PART I PART II

The SSA T-1 Is administered to all students In the State of Florida. It assesses masteryof Percentage Achieving Minimum Standards Percentage or Students Passing
basic skills in communication and mathematics.
Communication Math Communication Math

CTBS Score 86 82 78 93 88 80 85 81 71 I 91 79 57

100%- Year 87 88 89 87 88 89 87 88 89 87 88 89


80-
64 The SSA T-ll evaluates a student's ability to use basic skills In everyday life. Students must
63 pass both sections of the SSA T-II to receive a standard diploma. It Is given to the tenth grade
60 SS 57 52 51 50 students In the spring. Those not passing have four more opportunities to take the test beforethe
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end of the senior )year.
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20- Ch M 00 CS Z 1988-89 Math Excellence Tournament


The annual Bradford County Math Congratulations to Southslde who made a
Excellence Tournament was held In the Brad- clean sweep by winning First Place in the 3rd
Grade 5 Grade 8 Grade 9 ford County School Board room on May 23rd 4th and 5th grade tournaments.Hampton 3rd

((3rd grade),May 24 ((5th grade), and May 25th and 5th grades both came In second, Lawtey's4th
CTBS ((4th grade). and 5th grades had third place wins and
Grade Grade Grade 9 The teachers as usual had done a great Job Starke Elementary"3rd grade came In second
Score 63 64 55 57 52 51 49 50 40 of preparing their students for another year of and their 4th grade had a second place win.
Year 87 88 89 87 88 89 87 88 89 exciting mathematics drills and skills. The five The students who won first place medals
elementary schools In the county: Brooker, with the highest individual scores were, Bran-
This year the Comprehensive Test of Basic Skills (CTBS) was administered to Hampton Lawtey, Starke Elementary and dy Harper 3rd grade Southslde Chris Sem-
only three grade levels rather than to all the students. The CTBS is a nationally' normedtest Southslde were well represented by the best broskl 4th grade Southside and Charlotte
that measures achievement In the basic skills. math students In their grades. Smith 5th grade Hampton.


Financial Report How it all stacks up I


SOURCES OF INCOME: 1989-90 GENERAL FUND BUDGET GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES 1988-89 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURESSalaries
State: $14,340,645 88.58% Salaries $10,857,228 Salaries 64.73% $9,862,541
Local: $1,824,812 22.17% Benefits 3,173,487 Benefits 17.71% Benefits 2.698,388
Federal: $25,000.15% Purchased.Services 1,239,705 Purchased Services 7.10% Purchased Services 1,081,866
Materials & Supplies 570,794 Materials and Supplies 3.92% Materials & Supplies 596,712
Capital Outlay 694,283 Capital Outlay 5.05% Capital Outlay 770,006
Other Expenses 214,595 Other 1.49% Other Expenses 226,601
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TOTAL $15,236,114
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TOTAL........ $16,750,092
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1.49'31>
OTHER 5226,601 _

... MATEJu.u:&stlPJ>L.rES $596.71 -7.10"3.92'31>
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y po PURCHASED SERVICES St.10,000
FEDERAL -22.17% APtTAt.oITrLAv 17.71'31>

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I L PROGRAMS & CURRICULUM




The Key)'. t to .L Learning .



Skills Progression K-2 Ii*


A committee of ten classroom teachers developed a Community Involvement .,.
I Skills Progression brochure and Learning Chart for Grades t

K K-2. Eventual completion plans are to develop the Progression Volunteer ProgramSchool

through Grade 6. This chart and brochures are intend

ed to aid the teacher, student, and parent in an awarenessof volunteers can be found In every school in Brad

skills to be mastered to complete a grade successfullyin Extra Extra ford County.. A school volunteer Is a non'paid person who Is
order to reach the desired readiness for the next grade. appointed by the School Board.. This very appreciated work

Subject areas covered are Language Arts, Mathematics.. force Includes parents, senior citizens, retirees, and students. Chapter Two ProgramChapter

Science/Health/Safety/ / Social Studies, and Computer During the 88.89 school yearfour, out of seven schools
Literacy Pick one up at your school or district office! Read AllAbout received Golden School Awards from the Fieri-* Departmentof Two of the Education Consolidation and Improvement

Education. This award recognized schools that had Act was enacted in 1981 to provide funds to be utilizedby

documented volunteer hours twice the total of their school's' Districts for developing-: ( ) Basic Skills Programs, (b) Educational _

... ,-- It!! enrollment.. Improvement & Support Service Programs, and(c) Sperlil'

... .:<< Projects.The.
.y. a 1988.89 Bradford Chapter Two allocation was

.,. ; l EducationAn $3126400., These funds were utilized to
Student
Exceptional ((1)) Implement a District Mini Grant Program: Twenty-

Curriculum andInstruction # l.., District GoalsAccomplished nine grants were submitted and evaluated by a review board..
Exceptional Education Student refers to any child Grants were awarded to eleven teachers for a maximum of

\\ 1988 89 Priority Goals aged 3 3.18 or until graduation who requires special Instructionor $$500 00.
((2)) Purchase: e Instructional television equipment, Exceptional
-------w -- related services because of a physical, mental, emotionalor -
J w,. v 1.. The Implementation of"Writing to Read"program at three learning handicap in order to benefit from educational pro' Student Education evaluation materials, magazines on
the
The purpose of Bradford County Schools is to provide all .. elementary schools.. In 1988 nine((9)) priority goals were established by Superintendent and activities. microfilm (BHS), computer software (BHS), a microfilm
citizens ((from ... and approved by the School Board.The goals are being restatedfor grams reader/printer/ (BHS), a camcorder (BHS). and art supplies
pre kindergarten through adults) with the A Pre Program for the handicapped,
oppor Kindergarten
2.. Establishment of a district technology committee to study Goal Three
1989.90, with particular emphasis being placed on
tunity for quality education All students are expected to master needs system-wide basis. serving 3 and 4 year old students, Is based at Lawtey Elemen (Lawtey & BHS).
on a
certain basic skills appropriate to their grade level and ages andto and Goal Four.. tary School.. ((3)) Fund a District Math Tournament. inservice for the

acquire the necessary competencies needed to perform in a 3. Mini-grants were established for teachers to provide Innovative Goal One: Improvement Planning Approximately ten percent of the total student population District's' Drop.Out Prevention teachers. and field trips for

chosen vocation, avocation, or higher education. teaching strategies for students. School Advisory Committees will select areas of improvement Is served in the Exceptional Student Education Program. students in the BMS Drop.Out Prevention class

Elementary curriculum Is comprehensive in a self contained especially those related to Math, Science and Computers.Goal .
4.. The developmental approach to instruction was Implemented -
strengthened by the Education
setting Primary Program(PREP
)
in kindergarten with specific classes designedfor Two: Establish a School Improvement Incentive Program
The is to enable each student,
purpose kindergarten through third State
work toward Compensatory
of excellence to
the developmentally Schools will be given indicators
grade, to reach his potential and to be a successful learner ECIA Chapter 1 ProgramChapter young.
with students and staff so that there will be:
PREP's design is to identify potential learning problems and to 5.. Plans were made to implement a state program initiativefor 1.. An emphasis on Improvement In student test scores.. Education ProgramDuring
meet the needs of the individual student, providing for Increased 1 is federally funded formerly known pre-kindergarten students involved in day-care
a program as 2.. An increase in the number of volunteers at the schools.. p3 r1t7
number of staff Title 1 1.. It is the funded federal education .
largest program. The programs. 3. An the staff hours earned by
development
The curriculum of Grades 6.12 follows Increase in 1988-89, the State Compensatory Education Pro.
guidelines developedby ECIA
(Education Consolidation and
the.. Department of Education to instructional Improvement Act) provides 6. The Human Resource Management Training Program teachers and gram provided the Bradford School System with $$100.779.
ensure
consistency -
monies to state and local for children who need
systems extra .
4. A continued improvement In student and staff attendance.Goal to operate a Compensatory Education Program in the District.
within academic disciplines.. Intended outcomes are help in school.. received full approval from the Department of Educaton.
statements of essential elements which students should Three: Curriculum ArticulationA These funds were utilized to implement the following three programs
During 1988 89, ECIA provided the Bradford School
demonstrate after successfully completing the course. Graduation with $489164.00. to operate a Chapter 1 Program in the District.System. 7 7. Teachers began looking at varying the approach to teaching continuation of open discussions between grade levels and : ((1)) a (communications & math) remedial program at
through workshops whole Brooker.. and Bradford Middle Schools for pupils in
on language activities. Hampton
requirements and the Pupil Progression Plan meet or exceed The objective of the Bradford Chapter 1 Program was to skills necessary to proceed from one grade to the next.
all state standards. Grades 6 6.8 8 enhanced 8. Academic grades 6 8;, ((2)) an After School Tutorial Program at Bradford
are by PRIME. assist selected pupils in grades K-3 3 in the areas of reading.. competitions were continued through participation Goal Four: Emerging TechnologyA "
(Progress in Middle Childhood Education) providing additional Three hundred and seventy-six Bradford pupils were enrolledin by high school, middle school, and elementary schoolsIn decision will be made on a direction for the district to move High School for pupils receiving an "F" on their report card in
English and/or/ Math for the first and third six weeks grading
personnel and assuring certain curriculum.. the 1988 89 Chapter 1 Program.. school, regional, and state activities.. with instructional computing.Goal _
Students are challenged to develop critical thinking, problem- periods; and ((3)) an After School Tutorial Program at Bradford kr
solving, and writing skills through implementation of the Stan. 9. Forty-one ((41)) high school seniors received some type of Five: Academic: Competitions High School for pupils who failed the SSAT-II Il test.

dards of Excellence, academic excellence goals, competitive scholarship assistance to attend college.. Fourteen ((14)) Challenging Activities will be offered at each school to enhancethe

events, and other enrichment opportunities.. Brooker ElementaryWith seniors were named to receive the Florida Academic regular program. The High Q Team, Science Fairs and Math Bradford-Union Lawtey Media Center

Scholar Certificates. Competition will continue as will the Spelling Bee..

contributions from the School Board and PTA,Brooker 10.. Four ((4)) schools received a merit school award for their Goal Six: Facilities PlanningA Vo-Tech CenterThe

Hampton ElementaryHampton Elementary School was able to implement the IBM computer students in Improving their percentile rankIng new kindergarten center and administrative remodeling, as
assisted reading program "Writing to Read". This program on achievement progress tests. average well as new roofs and air conditioning at various schools, will be Bradford-Union Area Vocational Technical Center Is Bradford Media ProgramThe

that involved K through 2nd grade students uses computers anda achieved this year. dedicated to the Ideal that every Individual should have the op.

Elementary held Its second annual Career Day on "no risk"approach to teaching reading through the writing process 11.. Each grade level (sixth through eighth! ) improved significant. Goal Seven: Training of Instructional and Administrative PersonnelA portunity to become a productive citizen with confidence and Bradford Library Media Program representsa

May 31.. 1989.. Guest speakers from around the community were The results of this program have been most encouraging. ly upon evaluation of the students In compensatory plan to Involve teachers and school administrators In staff vocational security. The center Is committed to the discovery and combination of resources which Include people, ser
invited to come and share with the students. The students of each individual's' Interest, aptitudes,abilities, and
chose Teachers indicate that student progress in the basic skills has education.. development has been developed.Goal development vice, materials, equipment and facilities. The prime
the areas that they were interested in and completed their own improved beyond expectations. work habits so that this confidence and vocational security can responsibility of the Media Program: Is to facilitate. the
schedules. 12. A skills chart teachers indicating School / Business PartnershipsThe
progression was developed by Eight: be realized..
Daniel Hardan, Brooker Elementary third chosenas and
grader,was teaching-learning by providing resources
process
the to be all schools from Partnership Program will be evident at each school center. with the
areas taught in Through service to and continual communication
Bradford County's representative at the Walt Disney World I services which satisfy both individual and Instructional
kindergarten through the second grade. Plans for an Educational Foundation are being developed. community and Vocational Center strives to develop and main
Dreamers and Doers Ceremony on May 19, 1989. : needs of students* in an atmosphere which promotes
Danny was chosen for having the necessary qualities of tain a curriculum that satisfies the needs of the people.. The pro- I Inquiry, creativity, self-direction: communication of
confidence and grams that compose the curriculum of the Vocational center are r ideas and the \ rational
curiosity, courage, constancy that signifiy Individual ability to use processes.
COMPUTER.EDUCATIONFor ,:. ;'".. that knows how to make dreams come true. Danny and classified as either Adult Education, Vocational-Technical Education t'' I During the 1988.89 school year, the Bradford'''

his family were treated to a trip to Disney World, and at the v or Community Education.. School District:
the 1988-89 school there '
were 183 Education for those
year A curriculum Is offered In Adult Basic '
ceremony Danny received a Certificate and a Plaque from T.V.'s. :' .1.1 1.. Maintained school library media centers,and
microcomputers and computers' in use in the classrooms level. In In 1988.89at I -
reading at or below the eighth grade \
Mr.. Chris Hewitt. persons of media services ki aH district
Belvedere, toper a program library _
of the Bradford County School System.This included 112 least 334 students were served In Adult Basic and Adult I.
used in grades K-8.40, In grades' 9-12 with others being Brooker Elementary School was designated as a Florida L MLawtey Elementary Mini-Course' 1989"; ; f r schools.
Day Education. 'jI
Merit School for the third time In four years. Florida Merit Secondary ; : :2:.Z?... R Expended$$45.239 for library ryrnedia supplies
used "
In education
'
exceptional ,dropout prevention/! and well school students enroll In
-- Adults as as high programs
Schools for .
and media
are so recognized outstanding test s -
4 equipment
scores tbooks.v..materlalsand j
personnel
adult general education. The microcomputers provided involvement, and school enrichment community ? Lawtey Elementary held It Its annual Mini-Course.Day, May 5, Pines Nursing Home; Mr. Jesse J. Moore, Jr.., Principal r'r'at; from Agriculture and computers to masonry and welding. f: I salaries. .- ::,

assistance In Instruction In language arts, mathematics: ;, Brooker Elementary students programs.All grades 2 through 6 1 198$,MInI-C Jurse Is similar to Career Day;;,resource people from Southslde Elementary School and Judge George H..PIerce,Bradford .'''f Students are able to gain certification in various areas by master r I ';, ..-3...3 Expended d an additional $$11. 00 allocation

reading, science and social studies as. well as business ticipated In whole language process writing In the Brooker par the community t> and 'surrounding\ '' \ areas are asked to come and County Judge,!graciously and expertly did the morning announcements ; .> ing the specific competencies required of their programs.. In ; In the District Meda Center< '
education,computer' applications and computer. literacy,. computer lab during the 2nd semester of 198889.. This no-risk demonstrate, lecture or Just simply show the students something and gave a brief synopsis of their repsecUve: careers.:; 1988.89, 197 students received certificates from Bradford-Union t I. new titles went added to our district holdings of over!" .

.. _'.,?*trr'., ',,7J 1:!:,/' approach to creative writing, using word processors, was Implemented abot their chosen occupations,;hobbies or careers. To show how much they were appreciated for sharing, the Area Vocational-Technical Center. 1,000, video tapes..
by the Brooker Media Specialist Susan Scott and the ," The week leading up to Mini-Course Day, four distinguished Junior Beta dub of Lawtey Elementary prepared a special buffet The Bradford County Community Education Program! served 4. Purchased: a'roll' laminating press for the

individual classroom teachers.. Students published their members of the community were asked to act as announcers luncheon for teachers and presenters. over 1000 citizens In 1988-89.. Areas addressed were basedon District Media Canter.

stories on a regular basis, and teachers expect a great Improve own 'for the' morning announcements on the closed circuit television The next Minl-Cours: Day will be held on May 4 4. 1990.., a previous Needs Assessment Survey as well as popular de 5. Library Madia Specialists met frequently durIng

:rrr' ment In writing scores In the years to come as a result of system. Mrs. Abbte Massey, Loan Officer at Florida National Anyone wishing to share careers*,hobbles or occupations,pleasecall mand of the constituency. Some of the more popular courses 'the 'year ?to make decisions concerningPAGE media.
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Kindergarten Pilot ProgramsDevelopmental I


kindergarten programs were ment for young kindergarteners who needed
Initiated at Southslde and Starke Elementary time to achieve readiness for the kindergartenclass.

,-" Schools at the beginning of the school year to Additional funding provides appropriate
provide an appropriate learning atmosphere for "hands-on"materials and equipment as well as
the developmentally young five-year-old child. full-time paraprofessionals for the classrooms.The .
Thirty-six youngsters were afforded this oppor- teachers are receiving additional training in
tunity with Mrs. Fatha DeSue, Starke Elementary developmental educational practices for the
00w and Mrs. Donna Brewer, Southslde young!. child! ,
Elementary. Ultimately, these children, through early
Through two years of research and plan intervention, should achieve a more sucessful
.r ning, a committee of teachers and administrators school experience as they progress In our
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The Spelling Bee is open to
students In Grades 5 through
8 In all district schools.
The champions and runners-up met In a final, county-wide com-
petition In February, 1989. Erin Wilkinson, Grade 8, Bradford Middle
I School Lunch "Does the Body Good"The School, was County Champion and Theresa Juchniewtcz: Grade 8,
Lawtey Elementary, was County RunnerUp.All .
of the school champions were presented with pins and
school lunch program Is designed not Care of Equipment" training. certificates; the County champions were presentedwith
only to feed the students, but to encourage themto School lunch prices in the Bradford plaques. Erin Wilkinson represented Bradford
try new foods and become familiar with County School Cafeterias remained low duringthe County In the regional Spelling Bee In Jackson-
nutritious foods. Cafeteria personnel are 88-89 school year. Unfortunately, an In- ville sponsored by the Florida
resource people for the teachers when they crease In the cost of food and labor has madeit Times Union.
teach a health and nutrition unit to the students.For necessary to increase lunch prices for 89-90 Congratulations to all of our winners! .
reinforcement a Nutrition booklet was sent school year. School lunch prices In Bradford
to the kindergarten first and fourth grades dur- County have not been increased for the last four
ing March. years, but expenses have increased steadily.
We were excited about the new salad bar Revenue was received from three sources:
which was made available to Lawtey Elemen- local federal (cash and commodities), and state
tary students. We now have salad bars in three funds. All student meals receive some federal
schools. During the next school year plans are and state subsidy.Participation. Bradford Middle School Student AchievementThe

being made to begin a breakfast program Breakdown 1988-1989
countywide. Kiwanis Award: Bernard Johnson Heather Safer and Jimmy Parado.
A walk-In freezer was Installed at Southside\ Student lunches 431,095 The American Legion Award: Heather Safer and Perfect Attendance Awards were presented to
Elementary and several pieces of thirty-year-old Adult lunches 23,435 Jimmy Parado thirty-four students.
equipment were replaced during the year. The A-la-Carte Daily Average 403 Straight"A"Students For the Year: Cassandra Jar- Three Year Perfect Attendance Awards were
age of the equipment In the cafeterias, the bulk Percent Economically Needy 52% vis, Stacy Johnson Molly O'Neal, Jimmy presented to Vinnie Blye, Joe Gordon and Eric
of which is over fifteen years old, attests to how Daily average participation 2,525 Parado Mason.
seriously cafeteria personnel take their"Use and Beta Club Officers: Bernard Johnson President Students participated In the March of Dimes pro-
Stephen Murphy Vice President Arnie Grif- ject, raising $800.00
fis Secretary Julie Williams Treasurer. Twenty-seven students placed In the Regional
Spelling Bee Champions: Bernard Johnson and Science Fair and 3 projects were entered in the
I Erin Wilkinson State Science Fair.
Southside Elementary SchoolAt County Spelling Bee Champion: Erin Wilkinson Fifteen students were recognized as Science
Presidential Academic Fitness Award was awarded Olympians.
to twenty-one eighth graders. Bradford Middle School qualified as a Merit Schoolfor
Southslde Elementary we started severalnew Award" for the number of volunteer hours District Geography Map Contest was won by: the 1988-89 school year.
things In 198889. donated by parents, relatives and friends to
We had news teams from 4th and 5th Southslde. .....
grade classes who gathered Southslde's news During "Say No To Drugs" week a U.S.
and announcements and"produced" the rooming Customs helicopter, used in the war on drugs,
announcements on TV. We named the program landed at Southslde for all children to see.
"Shark Bite News". Our music teacher, with the help of our
We started a newspaper, began our first students, produced several outstanding music
developmental kindergarten class, and spon- productions.At .
sored a booth at the Bradford County Fair to the close of the school year we held our
exhibit children's work, all of which were very annual talent show and for the first time we helda
successful projects. graduation ceremony and banquet honoringour
Our School received the "Golden School fifth graders with parents Invited to attend.

Maintenance 198889A

Transportation 1988 89 t A survey Is made each year to prioritize building needs
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The Bradford County school Board held meetings InIII
The Transportation Department is responsible for transporting students to school and return I-f-11111) r i I t i all schools for the purpose of discussing the facility needsof
home each day. A fleet of 38 buses and nine other vehicles were maintained last year. A total of each school.
following Improvements were made In 1988 89.
3,436 students are transported In our school system.A .
special transportation program Is provided for ESE students. 1. Made minor renovations and repairs In aO schools
Five new diesel engine buses were purchased at the beginning of the school year. 2. Made roof repairs In all schools
Five handicapped buses operate daily, and transport students to our local schools as well as 3. Began a complete change over of aH heating,ventilation and air conditioning systems In the Bradford
to Baker and Alachua Counties for special programs. Middle School gym
Each driver and substitute driver received an additional eight hours of classroom and behind 4. Installed computer lines In all schools
the wheel Instruction, conducted by Marjorie Hutcheson, Transportation Assistant, and Edwin 5. Installed new fire alarm system at the Administration Building
Vickery, Chief Mechanic.: 6. Installed new closed circuit television system at the Vocational Technical School
Bus routes allow for the dismissal time each day of 2.00 P.M. for elementary and 3.00 P.M. 7. Began construction on the new press box at the football stadium
for BMS and BHS students. 8. Installed walk-In "freezer for Southslde Elementary School
Improvements made this year are: 9. Installed security gates to the main entrance at Hampton Elementary and Braoker Elementary Schools
1. All bus drivers and substitute drivers are required to complete the 40 hour training course. < 10. Constructed a band and driver education tower for the driving range.
2. U. Converted the upper level of the warehouse for warehouse storage
Roof-top strobe lights were Installed on all buses. I
I 12. Renovated two surplus buttldlngs for use by the Operations and
vehicles
3. All were cleaned and waxed during the summer months. purchasing departments
13. Assisted Inmate labor In renovating a surplus building to be used (for band
classroom
4. Space was better utilized by moving the parts storage upstairs In the garage. Elementary.PAGE at Lawtey
5. Minor bus route changes were made to eliminate over-crowded problems.
6. Mechanics attended four Department of Education workshops.
7. "Purchased. a new .portable.. welding. machine for the .bus garage.

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District Marching Festival Valedictorian: Billy HamiltonKlrOyJoeHikJebran i
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Made 23 years Yvonne BoboSalutatorian ,
straight Superior Ratings. : Unless King i
Azalea Marching Contest Superior rating Best In Class Michelle BeckerOutstanding Tanya Klein.

With this rating we earned our way to the Final Competition Honor: Viva Angel Riley Ramsey
that evening where we placed 4th 18 bands competing. Yvonne Bobo Holly Shields

Was also awarded Best Dr. Line In competition and Best Maj. Shawn Michelle Blom Becker Sarah Smith I I
and Dancers. Julie Ferguson Cam Benny Ward Tyson v

Northeast Marching Contest Superior Ratings SecondIn Aliens Klein QruenTonja Woodmen of the World .
class Best drum line In contest Best Maj.) and DancersIn Holly Shields American History' Award:
contest Earned our way to the Finals. Reserve Grand Tine Willlngham, Shawn Blom t

Champion ((2nd Place) In Finals 23 Bands competing. High Honors: American Legion Awards
District Concert Festival Straight Superiors all categories. Patricia Bath Scholarship-Karen Schaefer
Lilly Surges Medal Eric Hodge
State Concert Festival Superior Rating The second timeIn Kem Fillyaw Yvonne Bobo .
the history of Bradford H.S. that the band has scored Eric Hodge Board of Trustees 4
superior at State Band Festival. Kim Karen LeeWanda Hodge Scholarships .

Mueller (SFCC Tony.): Accepting KeiinShawna : VALEDICTORIAN SALUTATORIAN I

Choral Department Awards Noy Kristin Strlvlbul Pfsnnlger Tina WilllnghamAllsha Blom Yvonne Bobo Michelle Becker

Tammy Jo Talum Qruen
I. District Solo & Ensemble Festival Shannon Young Kristin Plannlger Rotary Club Anonymous P.R.I.D.E. Awards: OTHER AWARDS:
Held at Florida Community College at Jacksonville Vocational Education: Karen Hodges Donor Scholarships. .. (SFCC) Writing: Chamber of Commerce
Jacksonville. Florida Diesel Mechanics: Kemberly Fillyaw Bill Hamilton Betsy. Nail (DIM. Winner) Student of .the Veen
February 10 1989 Richard Canaday Kimberly Lee Denise Waddell Tina Wilhngham Cam Ward
Mack Hunter' Jaruwan "Noy" Srhribul alternate" : Patricia Parado Viva RileyMathematics
Event Rating Welding' : Wanda Mueller : CommendedS'nNetlone '
Opus '88Barbershop Superior Dane Clark Tammy Joe Tatum' Andrew Minority Yvonne Bobo ((01.'. M.rttSchol.nltlp
Quartet Terry Whitehead Eric Hodge Scholarships (SFCC) Winner) Program:
Superior Tanelga' Pittman Julie Ferguson
Carpentry. : Lully Burgess Shawna BlomSoc..1
Missy Bosler (Soprano) Superior Billy Home Shannon Young Viva Riley Jefl Moody
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Brian Canova (Tenor) Robert MartinAutomechanfce Audra Brantley Peggy Petteway Studies' :
Superior Wanda BrownStrawberry Julie Ferguson (Dist National Young Leader
Dyana Crawford (Soprano) Excellent : Beck Scholarship (SFCC) Winner) Conf. Washington D.C.
Nicky Gauthier Barbara"' Smith Queen Mindy Rother Yvonne Bobo
Tyler Elder (Baritone) Superior Wendell Collins Tim Lewis Scholarships (SFCC) Science. : Cam Ward
Billy Harrison (Baritone) Superior Roger Parley' Wanda Mueller Tony. Klein. (Dlsl. Winner)
Doer and Dreamer
Charles' Arts a SciencesScholarship
Hodge Lilly Burgess
Jeff Moody (Tenor) Shawna Blom
Superior .. (SFCC) Award:
Michael Ripplinger (Bass) Excellent Agriculture: Kim Lee Daughters of the American Yvonne Bobo Viva Riley
Billy Harrison Revolution Award (OAR) Kristin Pfennlger .....
Holly Shields (Soprano) Superior Oonnle Down Hury Business Good Cltlienzhlp' Holly Shellda Florida Academic
Denise Waddell (Soprano) Superior Terry WhiteheadTim ,' Scholarship, ., (SFCC) Michelle Becker "1 Dare You" Leadership' Scholars Program:
Slater Sheila Stewart Full Scholarship:
Con In Junior Yean
Army Reserve Scholar-
II. District Choral Festival Criminal Justice: Plus OneScholarshlpa Athlete. Award Yvonne Bobo Yvonne Michelle Bobo Becker
Held at Terry Parker High School Marcllla Carter (SFCC) Unless King Cam Ward Tonya Klein
I Jacksonville FL March 25 1989 Patrick" Moore Michelle Garcia Bill HamiltonMasonic Century III Leader: Holly Shields
Becky PooreBualneea Kirby' Joe Hlldebran
ScholarshipCam Cam Ward Julie FergusonShawna
Event : Fordyce ScholarshipSFCC Blom
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BHS Chamber Singers Superior L"Melinda ( Tonga) Klein' Club Student Award: Moody PlsnnlgerJefl
Powell" Citizen ol the Veer Cam Ward Chris Durban
III. State Choral Festival Angel Ramsey Andrew Scholarship. Award OHSJeff National Merit Scholarship
Jerry Vales (SFCC) Moody Partial. Scholarship' :
Held at University of Florida Suzanne Sapp Jill Strickland Corp. Special' Scholar.ship Patricia Bath
Gainesville FL May 13 1989 Carla Guide Christ! Harrsll Key Club Award sponsored by Great Eric Hodge
Northern Nekoosa' Corp.:
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Terri) KennanANBha Susan Crawford' Viva Riley Minds Rother
Event Rating Oruen Elizabeth Powell Burger King Award Eric Hodge Brian Kendrick
Barbershop Quartet Superior Kim Brewer Ben Hankerson John Berry Wei-Mart. Scholarship. Denise Waddell
Melissa Starling Suzanne Sapp Yvonne Bobo Tammy Tatum
Opus 88 Excellent Harms Thomas Karen Black
Bosier Excellent Sabrina' Smith Renee HewerlMellnda
Missy (Soprano)
Bradford High School Graduation Facts
Patrick Moore Powell
Brian Canova (Baritone) Superior
Brian Davis Kern Fillyaw
Tyler Elder (Baritone) Superior Lucetra' Moss Donna McKenry Diplomas Awarded: 188
Billy Harrison (Tenor) Superior Melville Carter Type: Standard . . 165 Special Educatlon..4
SENIOR AWARDS: Susan . 17
Jeff Golden PeugnSebrlna Certificates of Completion 2 College Preparatory
Moody (Baritone) Superior "B" Awards: Smith
Holly Shields (Soprano) Excellent Shawna Blom Special Certificatesof
Yvonne Bobo Rotary ClubScholarships COmpletlon..O
Denise Waddell (Soprano) Excellent Lilly Burgess (SFCC) College Bound Seniors. . . . . .89 out of 203 44%
Kevin Crawford.. Jeff Moody Scholarships Awarded . . . . . 62 out of 203 31%
Total Events 21 15 6 Excellent Ratings Chris Durban Kim Busier
I 0 Good ; Superior Ratings; ; Julie Ferguson alternate' : Patricia Parado Total Scholarships Value . . . . . . .$252,570.00
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BasketballThe the Year. Kendra Butler and Yvette CovIngton 1st Place Clint Reed 198 Weight Class

Wrestling 1988-89 basketball season was a very were named to the 2nd Team All Area. 1st Place Junior Acevedo 181 Weight Class

District 5-3A Runner Up successful one. The team won 20 games for the 4th Place AI Jones 148 Weight Class

Two State Qualifiers: BUI and Brad Hamilton first time since the 1974-75 season. Overall, the Football 3rd Place John Williams 132 Weight Class

Gainesville Sun's Area Wrestler-Of-The-Year: team had a 20-8 record. Bradford High had a successful football Golf

Bill Hamilton with a two year 37-8 record Post season award winners were: season during the 1988-89 school year. The 1988-89 school year was an outstanding ..

and two time State QualifierFive Eugene Blye Most Outstanding and Assist Tornadoes finished the season with a 9-1-0 year for the Bradford High golf team. Our team

District Champions: Leader record losing only to Santa Fe by a score of 2-O compiled a record of 21 wins and 1 loss. A
Bill Hamilton Rolland Shaffer Harold Chandler Best Defensive Player In the final game of the season. The Bradford District Championship was brought home for

Brad Hamilton John O. Williams Wendall Hudson Leading Rebounder defensive unit established a school record allow the first time In school history. The llnksters

David Uzenbee Eugene finished his career with 1035 total ing only 24 points for the year. Two defensive went on to participate In the State TournamentIn

Four District RunnerUpsJosh points which places him 4th on the all time scor- players were named to the class 3A All-State Sarasota and finished 8th In the state. David

Crawford Joel JacobsenEd ing list. The 20-8 team record was the fourth Team. Jimmy Long, defensive end, was nam- Elder, a junior at BHS, finished 6th overall In
Douglas Eddie SiegmundThe best record In school history. ed 1st Team All-State. Keith Jenkins, defensive Individual play. Congratulations to the following
Five District Champions also nam- tackle, was named to the 2nd Team All-State.
were Lady Tornado Basketball( : The Lady tornado team members for an outstanding season:
ed to the Gainesville Sun's All-Area Wrestle Basketball Team had an excellent record of Link Bishop Evan Douglas"David

ing Team. 20-9. Monlka Williams was the Team's Most Weightlifting Elder Chris Simmons

Coach Brett Purdy was named the Gainesville Valuable Player. She was also named the The weightlifting! team won the 1989 Class Mark Murray Bill HamiltonEd
Sun's Wrestling Coach of the Year. of 3A State
Gainesville Sun's 3A4A Outstanding Player Championship. .DouglasANNUAL

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DirectorySchools August 15 18 Our warehouse has over 35,000 items with a

Telephone Principal's" Name Pre.planning for Elementary & Middle Schools ::1< ') 125000.00 inventory. We now have 13 warehousesIn
which we stock art materials media supplies, office
August 16 18Preplanning '
Brooker Elementary School ((904)) 485.1812 Bill McRae
;, pO Box 278 for High School & Vo-Tech School ; supplies custodial supplies. food service supplies
Brooker Florida 32622 August 21 Students First Day for ClassesSeptember maintenance supplies, first aid supplies & furniture.

Hampton Elementary School ((904)) 468-1212 Mary Ann Kyle 4 Labor Day Holiday ( :; Since July 1st of this year each cost center places orders
POBox 200 October 2 End of First Six Weeks by computers at the location, and the purchasing department
Hamplon Florida 32044 October 9 Planning DayNovember then processes these orders. This procedure has

Lawtey Elementary School ((904)) 782.3639 Buddy Paterson 14 End of Second Six Weeks Ii made a major difference in a faster turn-around time
pO Drawer D November 22-24 from order date to delivery date as well as eliminatingpaper
Thanksgiving HolidaysDec.
Lawley, Florida 32056Soulhalde 18 Jan. 1 Christmas Holidays flow. Our goal Is to have all purchase orders on
Elementary School ((904)) 964.6800 Jesse Moore 2 line by July 1st of 1990.Won't.
823 Stansbury Street January Planning Day i
Slarke, Florida 32091 January 3 Students Return to Classes i!

Slarke Elementary School ((904)) 964-6800 Dewey McKInney January 15 Planning Day !
Corner 01 Grant & Washington January 17 End of Third Six Weeks and ,
Slarke, Florida 32091 First SemesterFebruary 1'1\'\

I Bradford Middle School ((904)) 964.6800 John Mazzella 23 Planning Day You
527 N. Orange Street Weal March 1 End of Fourth Six Weeks
Slarke, Florida 32091 April 9-13 Spring Break I

Bradford HIgh School ((904)) 964-6600 Charles Francis April 19 End of Fifth Six Weeks

581 Starke North, Florida Temple 32091 Avenue May 28 Memorial Day Holiday Join Us?
June 1 End of Sixth Six Weeks and ,J
Bradford UnIon Vo.Tech ((904)) 964-6800 JIm Ward Second Semester
609 North Orange Street ..R Bradford County Schools are committed to educational
Slarke, Florida 32091 June 4. 5 Post planning for Elementary
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June 4-6 Post planning for High School
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AttendanceFor the middle or high school level may be referred to the Dropout Starke, Florida 32091

Prevention Program if they exhibit an attendance problem. Any
students who develop attendance problems a referral Is potential dropout Is counseled in an attempt to resolve academic
made to the guidance counselor or visiting teacher. Parents are social and personal problems that may be interfering with his/her/ Credits:
also notified when absences become excessive. Incentive awards educational career Maura O'Neal Art Work

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