Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01783
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 5, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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The chance of rain will decrease this afternoon (Thursday Nov. SECTION At I Pogci
5), with skies late Hard N.w.. . . . . 1.2A
becoming partly cloudy to clear In the day.
For the extended outlook Sports. . . . . . .. 3A
Friday through Sunday partly
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cloudy skies, with cooler termperatures, highs in the 70's,and lows Editorial Pag . .4A
in the SO's. Little or no rain for the week-end. Th.Social Sc.n.. ... . ..,.5A
November is expected driest Church Now. . . . . .'ACan.
normally the month of the with 30
rainfall of year, a .... .'. .'. . . . . 7A
1.86 inches.
year For average the Public Natlco.. . . .. . BA ra
month, the weather office reports rainfall at the C
Highlands tower, 2.50 inches; New River tower, 2.85 inches. The SECTION Bi 12 PaysCoil

Santa Fe tower south of town is unmanned at this time. Local ScrambU. . . . .U
residents have recorded varying amounts, from 2.5 inches to 3.0 in Nowi Brlof. . . . . ..2.31Ar.
ches.A .. Death. . . . . 4B
1.5 inch rain Wednesday afternoon, recorded on a SR-16W Futurity Results . . . .*B
guage by V.R. Ferguson, brought a two-day total of 4 inches for Clotilllod Ad.. . . . 7-9B Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
Tuesday and Wednesday, the first significant rainfall here in the Court . . . . 10&121
past two months. Aroa Sport.. . . . . MB 108th Year STARKE FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
16th Issue Thursday November 5. 1981 USPS 062-700

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Worth Ming Downtown Grant Dragging-- Behind Contractor's ProjectionStarke's I

downtown revitalization holidays, but lack of progress by a Ms. Wise said Ms. Day and Jim Commissioner Schaefer said, Community Affairs return to see if
project is behind the schedule set by sub-contractor has slowed the Job, Dasher met recently with the Divi- "Even if we repay the money, we the cracks make the Rosenberg
Ant Poison... the contractor,Columbia Paving Co. Robinson said.Rosenberg. sion of Historical Resources in cannot tear the building down." building unsafe.

Get rid of fire ants! Amdro will of Lake City, but the projected com- Building... Tallahasse, a division of the The city council directed Attorney
be available for $4 per pound at the pletion date, Jan. 15, 1988, is not in Secretary of State's office. Follow- When the two buildings on the east Brown to review the situation with
Agriculture Building on North danger, engineer Jim Robinson The council was told by Ms. Wise ing the meeting, Ms. Day advised side of the Rosenberg Building were the various governmental agenciesin
US-301 from 8 a.m. to 4:30: p.m. today reported to the Starke council Tues- that state officials have said the Mayor Woods by letter the status of torn down, cracks were exposed in an attempt to secure approval to
(Thursday, Nov. 5), day night, Nov. 3. historic and architecturally signifi- the Rosenberg building. the east wall of the Rosenberg demolish the building.
cant Rosenberg building cannot be Furthermore, the city must take building. John Miller, chairman of
The contractor had promised to torn down by the city unless the city immediate action to weatherize the the Downtown Progress Committee, The council spent two hours
Devil's Funeral... have "only some clean-up work" to repays the $60,000 in grant funds building and protect it from further suggested the council have the in- discussing the two grants, movingon
Funeral services for the devil's be done during the Christmas spent to purchase the building. deterioration. spector from the Department of to other subjects at 9:30: p.m.

(satan) Prince of Darkness will be

held Friday, Nov. 6, at 7:30: p.m., at -
Church.the Moriah United Methodist 3-2 Vote

The Rev. Gregory Haile will of 'f'J
ficiate. Burial is under the direc-
tion of Haile Funeral Home, "
Starke. Survivors include wife, I } RejectsPaving

children friends. and a host of relatives and '' A t} 't di, +r ,gBRiUFORD

Sponsored by Heroines of Jerico ) 1.".
Ruth Court No. 18.Christmas ROPING CLU B f

Bazaar... -

The Bradford Hospital Auxiliarywill TJa PetitionA

hold its 2nd annual Christmas i II. I La
Bazaar (in the lobby of the hospital '

Friday, Nov. 6, starting at 9 a.m. petition bearing 333 names narrowly -
and lasting until 4 feature failed in a 3.2 vote to move the
The bazaar will arts & county commissioners to place the
crafts, chili, sandwiches, tea coffee -
Sampson Trestle Road (SW 11th
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and desserts will be on sale. lR.h ( Li ,rv Street) on the paving priority list.
Come browse around and visit with 4 7 d When Commissioner Wilbur
the Hospital Auxiliary members in ,; w"w Waters brought up the petition Mon-

the gift shop.Osceola .: day afternoon, Nov. 2, his fellow

.. commissioners felt it useless to r
Forest... rrniaL'p1Lt1. -. place another road on the prioritylist.

The public is invited to a program It would not mean Sampson
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about wildlife managementon ,. Trestle Road would be paved any
North Florida's only National .'(" ""' quicker, they pointed out.
Forest, the Osceola National "No doubt it will be paved one
Forest. J day," said Commission Chairman
The program is set Friday, Nov. % : L,' -'- :- ? .t,, -y. Lawrence Mosley, who pointed out it

6 at 7:30: p.m. It is presented by Y4- ",' will take years before money is
Florida Game and Freshwater Fish .r+r available to pave the roads currently

Commission biologist Dr. Mark on the priority list.
Conner. Chairman Mosley joined Commis-
Location is Southside Recreation sioners Maxie Carter and E.L.

Center, St. Margaret's Road in '-. ;, (Nook) Norman in declining to place
Lake City, near Ken's BBQ, S. 1st A% the Sampson Trestle Road on the
St Program sponsor is Four Rivers ,rt",,.r"'" z priority list. Commission Wilbur
Audubon Society Water moved to place the road on
the list; his motion was seconded by I
.. Riddick. ..
--- "Commissioner Joe
Drug I
Waters pointed out that 63
Bradford Copunty's "Drug Free residents who live on Sampson Trestle
Schools" meeting will be held Tuesday Road were among the 333 signersof
Nov. 10, at 7:15 p.m., at the the petition.
Bradford Middle School. Waters, who heads the Road

The program for November will iSlii & s gg Department this year, pointed out
emphasize alcohol abuse. Sampson: Trestle Road is one of the
most expensive in the county to

Loan Closet... Go Jo Gets Low... maintain.The .
current list is: 1) For-
Suwannee River Economic Coun- Go Jo Bandit, ridden by Mark Mosley of Bradford County, almost loses Estes. Queen Jennifer Forsyth, Kelly Lee, Jennifer Jones, J.W. Dor- Road 2) Seminole priority Ridge Road,
cil, Inc. has established a loan his footing as he rounds the first barrel In Saturday's Coca-Cola Futurityat miney, Glenda Lee. Other Bradford riders ran the show, by moving bar- syth 3) Ressent Road.
closet at 134 East South St., Starke, US-301 north. rels and grading the arena after every fourth run. They Included Roy
the horse arena on Dist. 3 Commissioner Maxie
for lending medical equipment, In- Four members of the Bradford Riding Club participating In the futurity Adkins Johnny Lee, J.W. Dorminey Junior Hersey, Barco Lee. Mark Carter asked, "What are you goingto
cluding wheelchairs, commodes Adkins the for the weekend.For .
was announcer
and Kim Griffis
Mark Gladwell
Robert Jordan. Mosley Billy
were do take Bessent Road off the
tub grab bars, shower/tub horse show and calf scramble, B-sectlon IB ,
Bradford riders entering the open classes Included Amanda Griffis, more on the see pages list?" ...
row seats base, crutches canes.Borrowers ,.walkers and nar- Mlckael and Brooke Gasklns, Rodney Griffis, Debbie Forsyth Rhonell and 6B. "We could," joshed Chairman

must meet eligibilty Mosley, feeding Commissioner
of Carter a line which Carter kept going
requirements by providing proof

income. Land Use Plan Delays City's Reno Rezoning Moveby sent portion, Road.defending of Bessent In actuality the Road position, ,the including unpaved of Bes a

Blood Donations...
Buster Rahn east side of Old Lawtey Road, between (See Paving List..p.2A>
Two Bloodmobiles will be in
Calvary and Crum Streets.
Starke Friday, Nov. 13. Hours 8 BCT Staff Writer Council Rethinking PositionIn Garrett outlined the procedures.First .
a.m. to 1 p.m. units will be stationed Rezoning the Reno area to allow initiate a request, either bya
at Bradford High School and mobile homes must wait until the its regular meeting, Tuesday, Oct. 3, the Starke city council indicated land owner, the city council or the Property Tax :
Santa Fe Community College. current land use plan, circa 1980, is it is re-considering the position taken Thursday, Oct. 29, in a zoning board. ,

From 2-6 p.m., units will be stationed updated, Starke commissioners and Jointly held workshop with the city zoning board. Next, hold a public hearing before Waste Fee
at Bradford County Courthouseand zoning board members have been Following the workshop, the council planned to amend the land the local planning agency, which

Bradford Hospital.DinnerTheatre.. told.The management plan prior to rezoning 370 acres comprising the NE may be the city council, in absenceof
council and zoning board join- quadrant, including most of Reno. an independent body appointed by Bills DelayedBills
... ed in an Oct. 29 workshop to discuss At the Tuesday night council meeting, Janet Turner, assistant zoning the council. This meeting may be
the rezoning of the northeast director, suggested the change from RlC to RID does not con- held jointly with the city zoning for the solid waste special
"Lo and Behold a ghostly com- quadrant of the city, encompassingmost stitute a major change, and does not require amending the land use board.If assessment are planned to be included -
will be dinner-
edy, presented at a of the Reno area.
plan. recommended, the request then in notices of 1987 taxes due, says
theatre Friday and Saturday Lowell Garrett, senior planner for The city council asked City Attorney Terence Brown to determinethe goes before the local governing body Tax: Collector Esther Hall.A .
nights Nov. 13-14 and Nov. 20-21 at the North Central Florida Regional and advise if it continue with its second
validity of the argument, may (city council) in a public holdup in getting
the Starke Woman's Club, spon- Planning Council (NCFRPC) advis- completes
sored by The Bradford Players and ed the two boards that the rezoningof plans. will be discussed further in hearing.If council forwards computer installations
The basis for Ms. Turner's suggestion approved, the city causing a late mailing of tax notices,
the Junior Woman's Club.
the 370-acre to RID (a
. Tickets sale at Chas- next week's Telegraph.the .!!. the request to the Departmentof Hall says. "We are going to print the
are on now residential classification allowing a Community Affairs (DCA) for "
bills in house this
taln's Jewelry and Mitchell's Drug mix of mobile and year.
permanent does not con- area, can be salvaged. Garrett said, review and approval. The DCA will Last year the tax: notices were
Store on Call Street. homes) does not conform to the land event the request take approximately 90 days to
firm in
prepared a computerized
use plan, and it is unadvisable to form to the land use plan, then the "no. .
The procedure must begin anew, render a decision.If Bradenton, but now computers are
must be changed,priorto
Class of 1917. continue rezoning procedures until land use plan to the land use plan are
.. land changes installed and
is the of the in- when changes in the use plan being locally, progresshas
the land has been changed. the rezoning,
requested, following the at
to beginningthe approved as been slow. It will be least a
the'Class Garrett. are completed, prior
A reunion of of 1947 of Garrett was invited to attend the formation furnished by above described procedures, then a
week and before
Bradford High School is set for Darrell O'Neal Brad- Garrett said, "Zoning is short rezoning procedure. perhaps longer
meeting by ,
said "It will take six to request for rezoning may be considered Bradford tax bills will be mailed,
Nov. 20, the night of the final foot- ford County zoning director. term planning, maybe five years. months to, rezone the area, if taking up to nine months to Ms. Hall estimates. I
ball with Santa Fe High. and board The land use represents long nine
game The city council zoning plan you begin immediately." complete both procedures. The tax roll is ready and has been :
Addresses and phone numbers of have been following out-dated term planning. decision
Garrett said the DCA of
"The certified the
Schaefer said, $1,000 we by Department
class members needed. AU The land use plan currently in use
are which superceededin
guidelines, were be appealed in an administrative
and advertising
out notices may Revenue. 13,000
members of the Class of 1947 are 1985,according to Garrett.To con- was adopted in 1980 with a new plan spent mailing is down the drain. hearing before the parcels, including Approximately real estate and
asked to contact Ben Holtzendorf tinue using the pre-1985 guidelineswill required in 1991. Under guidelines Department of Administration. utilities and
personal property,
964-7961); Bea Hildreth, 533-2053, or possibly leave the city open to passed by the 1985 legislature, the Procedures... Mayor Travis Woods vowed the railroads, are included on the tax

Doyle Conner, 9042211147. challenge by a disgruntled resident, land use plan can be amended only "We feel that is the best use for. council will correct any parcels roll, said Hall, and about 9,000
twice a
said O'Neal.Parcels year.
conflict with
rezoned that
of land," Schaefer already packets will be mailed.A .
that quadrant
exceeding three acres, current procedures. roll for the special
Humane Society... rezoned within the past two years said in stating his opinion that the separate tax
assessment for solid waste disposalwill
possibly be open to challenge, if Work Scrapped... area should be rezoned to allow Quits...
The Bradford Humane Society may all of the Crosby have to be run. About 7,000
homes throughout
of each the new classification does not con- Councilman Charles Schaefer ask- Albert Lee included this roll.
meets the first Thursday of an Zoning Board member parcels are on
with the exception
month at 7:30 p.m. in the First form to the land use plan. ed Garrett if the public hearings or Reno area reserved, for custom built Crosby told the assembly he Is These bills will be combined with the
Presbyterian Church, opposite the The city council has the authorityto any of the work accomplished thus area The reserved area lies on the resigning from the zoning board. tax bills and will be mailed, together.
the Reno homes.
hospital.New rezone land within the city, but in far, relative to rezoning

members welcome. Undercover Investigator Hired to Police Illegal Dumping"You're 1,1,

A fully empowered and deputized gents Solid Waste Director Darrell Transfer Stations... Improvements... assessment spending faster than the we're special get- k

Upcoming... investigator has been hired to keep O'Neal.A Vandalism and Uttering are still Hours at the stations have been ting it in," suggested Commission
Bradford County school board solid.waste convenience centers, or special assessment of $75 for problems at the convenience staggered so that at least one is open Lawrence Mosley when Director

will meet MondaY Nov. 18, at 7 transfer stations, under each household In the county, and centers, according to O'Neal. Five almost all the time.stationed at each O'Neal suggested the transfer.
administrative graduated fees for commercial transfer sta- An attendent is answered
p.m. in the building surveillance.The convenience centers,or Shelters for "It's budgeted,
on N. Temple Ave. in Starke. investigator will be working enterprises, has been assessed for tions, are located throughout Brad one during open hours. erected in- O'Neal,, who added that the crew
Starke City Council will hold its at odd hours, patrolling and wat- disposal of trash and garbage. ford County, for the collection and the attendent are being Hall supervises is used almost
regular bi-weekly meeting Tuesday ching for litterbugs and vandals. This fee is to cover the fiscal and compaction of. household garbage, side the gate at all the stations. fulltime in the sold waste area.It is

Nov. 17, at 7:30: p.m., in City The name of the officer is not being October 1 through September 30, for transfer to The landfill on SR-100 "Some planting of trees and an Inconvenience when Hall is need-
HaU. announced at this time, the feeling will be due upon receipt with ad south. will enhance the appearance ed for him to be on the job
Bradford County Commissioners being that he will have more initial valorem tax bills later this month. When the gates are closed,trash is shrubbery of the sites," says somewhere with the Road Department -
will hold a'meeting relating to Impact by remaining under cover. No discounts will be given this year dropped off in front or worse, scattered O'Neal."BaslcalIy, they will all look O'Neal said. commlssionersil
county zoning matters, Wednesday, for early payment of the solid waste along the road nearby. the same." however, got
Nov. 18, at 7:30 p.m. Fees Abandoned... _assessment, says Director p'Neal. will be used In the Road Departmentwhen
stopped either.
Starke Zoning Board will meet Aa of November 1. no fees are be- Dumping fees will still be chargedfor Vandalism has not from their flail Transferred... not needed in solid waste.
Thursday Nov. 19, at 7 p.m.. in the ing collected at the landfill for com- debris generated from unim- Gates have been pulled have been Jack Hall, in charge of transferring He will have a crew of from threeto
conference room of City Hal mercial firms to dump household proved property, such as clearing a hinges and lately lights buildings shot trash from convenience centersto six Inmates from Lawtey Correctional -
Bradford County Zoning Board garbage and trash. site for home construction or trailer shot out Director, and O'Neal wonders the landfill, has been transferredto Institute to clean and main'

will hold Its regular meeting,Tues- This would Indicate that a reduc- location. Once the homestead has into. be inside when the Solid Waste from the Road Solid Waste..P.
day, Nov. 24 ., In the conference tion in the rates for garbage and been established it will be subject to "Might someone ?" (see
room, City: IU11. trash pick up may be in order, sug- the special assessment. buildings are shot through ,

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;';:i.r "r'-"'";,'. JA }" ', ProgressAbout
; l ri Anti-Drug Programs Report
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:,'".1\' 20 Bradford Middle School J Linda Hildebran showed the 'Just "The tape will help to promote a
..- .' ". students, members of a Peer Say No'T-shirts worn by paraders at drug free lifestyle among the
Facilitator Program there, joined homecoming, and given to those at nation's youth,
4s about 45 participants in the Drug
Free Schools Program at a monthly( The T-shirts were donated by
meeting October 13 at the Jones Funeral Home Sawyer Gas Fla.Twin Theatres
Presbyterian Church Fellowship Co.,and the Fair Association.Jamie Starke 964-5451
,, Hall. Thrift,Sawyer Gas,provided a vehicle -
The Peer Facilitator Program is for the parade. Nite1$2.00SPECIAL
to help other students with both per-
sonal and academic problems, says Winn-Dixie, the South's largest
Middle School Guidance Counselor grocery retailer has produced a 14 j
minute video tape portraying the
Melba Johnson. I Sat& Sun 5:00: show tL |
David Aderholt, investigator for peer pressure applied today to experiment I
1 the Sheriff's Department, displayed with illegal drugs, _'Tuesdays:L_I
of seized especially to children 9-12 years old.
samples drugs during arrests -
and some of the paraphenaiia The tape is entitled "The Right Starts Friday, Nov. 6
Choice,"and reinforces the national
used Aderholt
by drug gavea
slide presentation on the drugs and theme of "Just Say No," championed Like Father
their use in Bradford County. by First Lady Nancy Reagan.V'11V'T .

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@ @ classic thriller! [HO!!] I

B Section =: 25 % off := 301 DRIVEINStarke I
Eavesdropping on a Con Scheme... f @
Johns in "Lo and Behold. Eavesdropping on the en- @ 964-7484 :
Bernie Akrldge cigarette in mouth plays a con man counter are Bill Wilson, Lauri Conti Carol Bar- Frl Sat Sun
I trying to extort money from the cook, played by Shan nauskas, and Daniel Martin. S

Bradford Players to Present New Comedy in Starke @.... 0 .I@ PROM NIGHT 2 [E! ] !

A bit of comedy comes to town It is a suspenseful romantic comedy The play opens next Friday, Nov. We have a good selection of Ladies Jeans Showtimes 7:30: & 9:15YoftLiiii's:
Nov. 13-14 and Nov. 20-21 when the complete with various ghostly 13,in the Starke Woman's Club. The t V. Full-Time Seamstress on Duty
I Bradford Players and the Junior personalties and a gangster to add dinner is at 6:30 p.m. The play @ i
Woman's Club of Starke present"Lo spice to an evening full of laughs and begins at 8 p.m. Tickets can be purchased -. 4 B&B FabricsI
and Behold!" in a dinner-theatre. surprises. at Chasteen's Jewelry. .

_ III-( Team Conquers Flagler Palm Coast on the RoadThe .@! 9:30-5:30 --f@

... '
Bradford High School varsity to some fine academicians from game road trip with Palatka as the 301 O. Specialty gift Shop
and junior varsity High-Q academic Augustine High.The J V team Improved first opponent Wednesday, Nov. 4. -- "I 1/2 mile North of Starke a e ,4is4 (904)964-8547
teams rebounded from losses last by scoring 75 points but lost If anyone is interested in travelingwith @
week and posted academic wins 100-75 to SA. the High-Q team on road trips, 964-6651 @ @ @. 504'H.CaCtSt. !P.O. Bo.366Starfa
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against Flagler Palm Coast. Both teams now stand at 2-1. he or she will be welcome, says / J
The varsity jumped out of the gate The High-Q teams began a three Coach Stanley Crawford. !FL320910J66Congratulations
with a 60-pomt first half lead and
went on from there to won 14490. COMMISSARY FOOD STORESR to the

The JV continues to improve as it 225 at US 301 Lawtey 782-3017 winners of our Open
posted a 90-73 win over the visiting .
c I .
Bulldogs.Last We Accept t Food Stamps Visa Master charge W.I.C. House drawing:
week the varsity lost 157117Investigator. t

J 5IARE YOUIREDI End Pork Chops . 1.39lb Thursday's Friday's Bear Bear- Kathy- Dot TyeSaturday's Simmons

... y Center Cut Pork Chops . 1.79 Ib Tammy Alvarez

from page 1A) Slab Bacon . 1.29 Ib ((3 Ibs or more)

OF HIGH PRICES . . 1.0912oz We
tain the convenience centers clean Sliced Bacon pkg are Santa's Showroomfor
the road rights-of-way throughoutthe COME TOMarion Boneless Smoked Ham . 1.89lb' 'Wanna Be' dolls. What

boat county ramps, clean, collect the dead county animals owned Tire Deli HamBarBQ . 1.99 Ib ((3 Ibs or more) do you 'Wanna Be' when

along roads,repaint and refinish the ..mrrrrrrrrrrrrrirr- a. Ribs-3 down . 1.69lb you grow up? Limited supply
compactors and containers, and i available; so come In soon!
generally keep Bradford County : gJ.l.l9.tt'l.lt! Deli Bologna . 1.99 Ib ((3 Ibs or more) Select from our large varietyof

roads order.and other properties in good I OILCHANGE 1$2000 i II HamburgerBudweiser . 1.29 Ib ((3 lbs or more) wreaths and decorated

(SPECIAL 6pk/cans . 2.99 +tax baskets-or let us custom
Tire Splitter... I LUBE & I 12 Front OllM or'II . make one Just for you.
FILTER 2 Dirt Drum Coca Cola or Pepsi 1.9916oz16pk+Dep+ Tax .
Commissioners and O'Neal OFF
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discussed Monday, Nov. 2, the joint .--r....- ..-r.--- I "We appreciate your patronage
purchase with Union County of a tire /w---.r- '. 4 SHOCK I=:- I
splitter, but made no decision whenit ..-* M.--.IABSORBERSR.g -,-r-.
was determinted the $8,000 R.g $16.,5 | INSTALLEIi1.R'-s'7..g _
machine comternplated would not .95 I Phone rental service
Or Any 2 I
split landfill.but about half the tires in the II$ 11 95.IComDlnetlon49 95. 1I *.

There are some 20,000 to 23,900: '
UFIRESf/b1J urmui/t/n o"la
tires now in the landfill from the past tr..rrr.r I..rrr-Jrrrrrr Do yourself a good turn.
20 years, O'Neal says. Whole tires rrrrr rrr rrr -------' i
work their way out of the ground rI 7:30.ml:30lm EARLY BIRD SPECIAL II
when buried therefore, the discus t t11

when sion of split the,tire the; splitter.tires can In be addition stored, ; I L5 : /2 PRICE! I II ".,".'-. ...

much more compactly. 1 I K FRONT END SPECIAL I \".,.\'\,.
When Chairman Lawrence 'I ,.," .
Mosley,a tire dealer,pointed out the 1 .Front End All 4 AlignmentRelele Tlree __ .........,'..I\'.'\
$8,000 tire splitter would cut only I $ fa O COST I .'.'
passenger car tires. It would not 'Compvl.rr.R.>nc. m ** I ." "
split most truck tires or semi-tires. I CARS *front Tirolorim I ,l
O'Neal said the next price up is I "/2117 ncu.m 15
25000. Commissioners said they ----r r-r w r r r r--r r- d 4
A'I'.I''I. I ,.
aren't prepared to go that high, and ,( Marion Tire & Battery Co/inc. \\,\;; ,\'
the matter Was left in limbo. f""
709 S. Walnut St. (beside WENDY'S) US 301 I\\l I'I I\\\\I\\\r".i II IIo
Paving Petition... : \
964-8473 .' ,?

(from page 1A) All! Major Credit Cards Accepted ',\\II!!,,'" ,
side road to Pinebreeze Subdivision, ..,,1\\, ,'"aIu
is only 1.5 miles long and may very _., "",\\1'
well be placed as a portion of a (1 /
larger project when an opportunity 1 ":'
presents itself.Commissioners. ', \\' i"
plans next to pave ,,I\\\\,
the Forsyth Road,another high cost i\
to maintain. In addition, commissioners -
expect the right of way cost
on Forsyth addition.Road Commissioner to run high.In .Carter NOTICE OF BIDTHE

argues that roads serving the most
county residents should be paved BRADFORD COUNTY BOARDOF
COMMISSIONERS will open sealed

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Coach Hurse Thinks Tornadoes Can Run on Third-ranked Newberry

"I think we can move the footballon linebacker to defensive tackle. Bill ton.Bill holding them out of contact ui hope 17011. -
them," says Coach David Hurseof Hamilton has been moved in inside Hamilton is strong enough tb of having them ready to play tomor- Guards: Chris Durban, No. 65, BIIS Defense...
the undefeated Newberry eleven linebacker to Sam linebacker. pay Sam linebacker and has been row night. 170-11, and Matthew Albritton, No. Tackles: Eric Nazworth, No. 62,
the Tornadoes will visit Friday .Malachl Jenkins has been moved to doing a good job there this week in 81, 160-12. 195-12, and Dane Clark, No. 75,
night, Nov. 6, at 8 p.m. strong side linebacker and Keith practice Coach Sexton says. A Wet Practice... Tackles: Allen Wood, No. 66, 18511.
Moving the football depends on the Jenkins will play weak side And junior Chris Durban, who The Tornadoes practiced in the 198-11, and Andy Tison, No. 76, Ends: Mike Elder, No. 62, 155-U.
greatly improved Tornado offensive linebacker.This plays offensive guard, has been rain Tuesday afternoon,a rarity this 210-12. and Jimmy Long, No. 85, 17011.
line correctly carrying out its block- way Coach Sexton has moved practicing some at defensive tackle. season. Tight end: Ed Douglas, No. 82, Chris Dinkins, No. 80, 170-10. will
ing assignments. The offensive line more speed into the inside Cornerback Darrin Patterson will The practice was filmed so the 170-11. play some defensive end. Elder will
has been working on blocking linebacker position to cut off the end cover the favorite Newberry pass players and coaches could see how Quarterback: John Berry, No. 12, play some at defensive tackle and
Newberry by watching films of runs of Newberry's option attack receiver, No. 89, Dwayne Johnson, well they were carrying out their 160-10. Sam linebacker.
previous games. Williston, for instance from the veer. "It gives us a little who has excellent speed. assignments.Coach Sam linebacker: Bill Hamilton,
ran a wing-T offense againstthe more foot speed at inside Hurse even though the Fullback: Clint Reed, No. 33, No. 62, 190-11.
Panthers and Tornado coaches linebacker," says Coach Sexton. BUS Banged Up... blocking assignments are over 17510. Inside linebackers: Malachi
have watched how Newberry Plus, Eric Nazworth, who played A few Tornado players are in practice, he will still have gone to see Tailback: Greg Pittman. No. 42, Jenkins, No. 84, 192-1, and Keith
defended Williston. defensive tackle last season, seems somewhat hurt this week, but how Newberry defenses the Tornado 145-11, and Rodney Mosley, No. 31, Jenkins, No. 74, 17 To better match the team speed of more comfortable in the down hopefully none will be sidelined for wing-T attack, and make ad- 165-11. Rover back: Rodney Mosley, No.
fast Newberry, Coach Mike Sexton, lineman's position. Fridays game. justments in blocking assignments. Wideouts: Lance Wiggins, No. 24, 31. .65-11.
the defensive coordinator, has made Newberry has a (good trapping For instance, Eric Nazworth has a 140-10; Chris Dinkins, No. BO. 155-101 Cornerbacks: Darrin Patterson
several line-up changes. Eric Naz- game, and Nazworth is experiencedat sprained ankle and Keith Jenkinswas BUS Offense: and Shawn Diggs, No. 7,155-11, and No. 32, 160-12,and young Lance Wig-
worth lr- been moved from Sam playing the trap, says Coach Sex- hit on the head.The coaches are Center: Terry Whitehead, No. 52, Darrin Patterson, No. 32, 165-12. gins, No. 24, 140-10.

I Panther's Speed is Concern for BHS Defense Against Undefeated Foe .

A power house Class 2A football, ners. senior,is tall,has quick feet,and is a Defensively Newberry runs a 40 scouting report says. size, and speed to get the job done.
7-0 Newberry High is expected to bea Newberry is fast, probably the good blocker. wide stack defense, which means a Middle guard is Eddie Hunting, Johnson also returns punts and kick-
tough test for the 4-3 fastest team the Tornadoes face Ed No. 36 who has size and
Tornado grid- will Signal caller Whitefield, No. seven man line. good is offs for the Panthers.
ders when they visit the Panthers this season. Quarterback, Ed 25, a junior, is very quick and an excellent "They area a tough, hard-hitting quick. Hunting uses a four point Sam linebacker is Booker Hunt,
tomorrow night (Friday, Nov. 6) for Whitefield, No. 25; right half Steve veer option quarterback.QB defensive unit," say BHS scouts. In stance or stands up and hits the No. 68,a strong senior. He and rover
an 8 p.m. battle. Davis, No. 22, and split end Dwayne Whitefield's favorite target on their game with Hamilton County, center and holds. Jeff Leivonen, No. Tim Dennis, No. oO, stand straightup
Bradford High used to play Johnson, No. 89, have breakaway passes is split end Dwayne Johnson, the Panthers had three successful 59, replaces Hunting on short yar- and read.
Newberry back in the 40's, but speed. who splits about 15 to 20 yards out goal line stands, the scouting report dage situations. On the Panther corners are Steve
hasn't played Newberry in years, Newberry operates from a split and has good speed. points out. Defensive tackles are Byron Bentley, No. 9, a senior with good
since Coach David Hurse has been back veer offense. The Panthers are Blackwell,No.55,who is tall and has speed and who stays at home, and
here. Newberry is an averaged size basically an option running team, Panther center is senior Grandy Four of the defensive players go good size, and hits and reads the offense J.B. Jackson, No. 3, a junior, who
Class 2A school but has always had but pass effectively,and have a pretty Hartzog, No. 50, big and strong, and both ways, including Dwayne and and Robbie Butler, No. plays deep, reads the offense, and
good athletes, says Coach Hurse. good passing and running com- who comes off the ball well. Guardsare Johnson, No. 89, the split end, who 77, who is big, hits and reads. covers well. Free safety is Kevin
And,Newberry mentor Terrell Bassis bination. senior Dennis Douglas, No. 62, plays defense end on the strong side. Kenny Young, No. 44, who has Farnsworth, No. 5, described as the
one of the finest coaches in the The split end, No.89, and pro man, and junior Byron Blackwell, No. 55, Fullback Pat Rogers, No. 30, plays good size and strength, is quick,and best defensive back. Farnsworth
area, says Coach Hurse. No. 88, always line up on the same both good blockers with good size. rover back on defense, on the weak comes straight ahead is one defen- plays up for the run, and has good
No sizes or weights are listed on side of the field. Tackles are junior Mike Demko,No. side. Pro man Eric Batey, No. 88, sive end. Duane Johnson, No.89, the speed.
the Newberry program but movies Steve Davis, No. 22, is about 160 61, who stays with his block, and plays linebacker on defense. Byron strong side DE, is described by BHS Newberry has beaten Lake Butler
the BHS coaching staff has seen pounds,has breakaway speed and is senior Jeff Leivonen,No.59,who has Blackwell, No. 55, an offensive scouts as a "stud." Johnson plays 10-7 and defeated a vastly improvedWi
show about six guys that could be 6-1 the best Panther ball carrier. His good size and quickness, and is the guard, plays defensive tackle. excellent defense, has the strength ;i iiotnn team in a 2B-27 barnburner.Betty's .
or 6-2 and weigh about 200 to 210, substitute weighs about 185 and is a best offensive lineman, according to Best hitters on the Panther
Coach Hurse says. The Panther hard runner. Fullback Pat Rogers, BHS scouts. Tight end Ken Purvis, defense are DE Johnson, No. 89;
backs are not that big, but are quick No. 30, Is a quick, stocky, hard run- No. 70, a junior, is big but not too rover back Tim Dennis, No. 30, and Trim Wave
and fast,plus being tough, hard run- ner. Pro man Eric Batey, No. 88, a quick. DT Kenny Young, No. 44, the BHS

t Junior- -Varsity- Finishes on Winning Noteby want Thanksgiving to thank Is you a time with for a giving perm special thanks-We. $2 O Q

Gissy nado 34. A fumble in the Tornado into the endzone for the second one to the Saint Augustine Yellow
BCT Staff Writer backfield gave the ball back to the touchdown for the Tornadoes.An extra Jackets 7-14, won over Interlachen 964-4090
The Tornadoes blew into Macclenny Wildcats on the BHS 29. point kick by Donnie Francis 19-0, gave their third loss to the N. Ask for: Tim. Robin or Mary Ann
last Thursday night, Oct. 29, and The defense pushed the Cats backto brought the score to 14-0 early in the Marion colts 14-28, routed the
breezed away with a 14-0 win to the 36, an offsides penalty backed 4th quarter. Keystone Heights Indians 44-6, and O&VP&yMOLI'DWys from: Betty, Calvin, r
finish their season with a 4-3 record. them up to the 41, a completed pass BHS' Derrick Dean caught a 19 ran over the Macclenny Wildcats
The Tornado defense allowed only brought the Cats back to the 30.Thenon yard pass for the only first down by 14-0, to end the winning season witha 3pse, Connie, Vim, Odin & 9taruSlnn.'PLEASE .
one first down by the Wildcats in the a fourth down pass attempt Tor- either team in the fourth quarter. 4-3 record.
game while the offense claimed 11 nado Allen Jenkins intercepted at The Tornadoes held the Wildcats
first downs for the Tornadoes.The the 18 and ran it back to the 31. and forced them to punt on two
first score came on the first The Tornadoes worked the ball possessions in the quarter, and the
play of the second quarter, when across the mid-field stripe, but gaveit game ended as BHS'Travis Long in- ll 1l
Alfonso Jones took a handoff into the up on a fumble at the Wildcats 49. tercepted a pass on the Wildcat 34.
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contest against the Lake Butler
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The regular season finale was a 1.15 LITER
Nov. 2 meet at Santa Fe. The strong 5Y.Z 01. 1.75
Santa Fe team won the match in two
I close games that could have gone NE 1075
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Final scores were 15-13 and 1511. FLUSi
"Overall, the team played good
defense and offense," said Coach j _
Diggs. "Wf started out with a coupleof Seafood
unseasoned players on the net," II -
she said, "but I am pleased with :
in the L
their performance game. :
Unissa King served 7 points in the
first game, and Kendra Butler serv-
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The varsity squad came out cold
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Brief History of Union County Towns

Many of the newcomers who have settl- another boost to the town. in St. Augustine in 1565, exploring parties
ed in Bradford County during this decadeof After creation of the new county of Unionin were sent on an expedition to the western
the 1980s may not know that Bradfordand 1921 the first elected officials to serve part of the peninsula to hunt for gold and
Union Counties were one big county up were: S.T. Dowling, Clerk of the Circuit try to "Christianize" the Indians. One of
until it was split in two by an act of the 1921 Court; A.C. Strickland County Jude; these parties stalled for some reason in the
Legislature, with New River as the W.S. Brannen, Sheriff; O.L. western part of what is now Union County
dividing line. School Superintendent; P.M. Padgett,Tax and established a settlement that later
Assessor; G.C. Driggers, Tax Collector; became Providence.
Lake Butler was named for a Captain
Butler in Indian War days. He was sent to and Registration.The G.A. .Epperson, Supervisor of Worthington Springs was first settled by

this Indian-infested area by General An- "Uncle" Sam Worthington, who came
drew Jackson on a mission to capture and first courthouse was set up in a there from South Carolina. He farmed and
punish a dangerous Indian chief named rented office space, and in 1922 a corrugated later established the first store. After
Bendoris who was raiding the countrysideand iron and wood two-story buildingwas development of the once famous springs,
gathering rich plunder throughout erected for use as a courthouse, the town became a thriving resort and a
South Georgia and North Florida. According located on the southwest corner of the pre- large hotel was built, the first of several
to legend, Butler encountered the In- sent courthouse square. In 1936 the brick that later burned and were rebuilt. The
dians on the north side of the lake, which courthouse, still in use,was built as a WPA once popular springs has now fallen into
Inspecting and sorting battery casings for now bears his name. In the fierce battle project at a cost of $38,000. disuse and the thriving tourist business is
BARC client stacks wooden the
I pallets this worker that followed, both Bendoris and Capt. Raiford founded in the
main commercial produced by Sunshine Gates Energy Corp. keeps busy. Butler lost their lives. mid-18808 The town by of Hunter Warren was Raiford, who no more.

Industries. Lake Butler was surveyed and established built a turpentine still in that location. The The small community of Dukes was
as a town in 1859 and became the county first post office was opened in his commissary named when the ACL railroad was first
seat of New River County which was and named for him. The town was built through the area in 1900, taking its
created in 1858 and embraced the entire incorporated in the late 1920s with Nelson name from Matt Dukes who was the first
I area that is now Baker, Bradford and Ritch as the first mayor. Its charter was station agent and postmaster. The oldest
Union. later dropped and the town remained unin- land deed in the area is dated 1854 and was
about 20 until 1971, when made to Jonathan Dukes who migrated
corporated years
The arrival of the Georgia Southern &: there in a covered wagon from South
citizens voted to incorporate again.
Florida railroad in 1889 spurred on the Georgia.
growth) of the village. The Atlantic Coast Providence, west of Lake Butler on
Line also came through the town around Highway 100,is believed by some residentsto Union was the 63rd county to be formedin
Sunshine Industriesat 1900, and a large depot was built at the be the second oldest town in Florida. It Florida and began functioning as a
Proposed new plant for crossing of the two lines in 1913, givingLetters is said that soon after the Spaniards settled county government on Oct. I, 1921.
Industrial Park on Highway 100

Sunshine Industries Expansion JI 5 to the Editor

Deserves Community SupportA 'J

To the School Board of Bradford CountyFrom

low-key, but highly productive industry total value of SI products runs about BradfordForestry

that pumps almost half a million $165,000 annually. : A Concerned Parent
that anybody other"than myself, my hus-
dollars into the local economy annually Date: October 5. 1987
band and children's grandparentshave
is on job placement my
Emphasis now ,
needs the moral and financial of Re: "CORPORAL PUNISHMENT"Again J
support the right to spank, paddle or
according to SI manager Bob Larimer, as I have done every year, I am
the community now, more than ever the of physically harm my children or anyoneelse's. __
BARC "CorporalPumshment"
before. who has been in charge of the protesting practice It is my decision to make-as a
operation here since 1980. During the to be used against my son,as parent-whether or not the actions are By David W. Norton

Sunshine Industries, operated by past 18 months five clients have been well County as School every other District child, and in for the that Bradford mat deserving of a spanking, not a staff

BARC (Bradford Association for placed in regular competitive employment ter, every school throughout the state.I member at the school.I What We Owe to Trees

Retarded Citizens), offers gainful Including these and several do not feel it would be beneficial to any have occasions seen children during being paddled trips on to Joyce Kilmer wrote of the beauty of

employment and training for more than clients for whom SE provides social ser- child to be spanked by his or her teacher, school various, and I found it to be my disturbing to trees and perhaps only a golfer whose shotis
50 physically and mentally retarded vices because for medical reasons they the principal, or any other member of theschool's me. I could not imagine any of those blocked by limbs and leaves would

citizens of the community. It had hopedto cannot attend the center, the total SI embarrassment staff. I think and contempt it would only towards lead the to children going back into the classroom and disagree with the poet's lyrical discourse.As .
move into a new facility located at the "We continuing on normally with his work. I much as we enjoy trees, the beauty
stands at 62.
client population now administration. I firmly believe there are display and the shade they provide on
could just imagine the feelings that must they
new Industrial Park on Highway 100 hope to add 20 more clients when we get other options that could and should be have developed after those ordeals for hot summer days, we shouldn't overlookthe
South, in 1988. Larimer utilized in reprimanding unruly behavior.I contributions they make to our every-
the new building, says. both the child and the teacher. My son has

But now those plans may be in jeopardy. At Sunshine Industries each client is untreated.agree that I believe misconduct other measures should not shouldbe go that been if threatened he didn't behave once or, he twice would by a be teacher paddled. day 5,000 living.different Foresters products estimate are made that or some In-

Earlier this year, Sunshine Industries provided with training to meet his or used, i.e., being sent to the principal's That infuriated me. I almost think of it clude materials obtained from trees.

obtained Small Business Administration her life skills- such as dressing, groom office, communication between the school as a "big kid picking on a little kid who is
and the the child having the In form or another, the average
parents one
low interest loan for ing, cooking, etc.and is provided with responsibility to correct any wrong that he helpless". Well, my son will not be exposedto American uses more than 2,000 pounds of
$150,000 which it planned to use as mat an income-producing job where all had committed, and even making restitution this sort of mentality. I expect the ad- wood or approximately 1 cord per year.

ching funds for a like amount to be obtained skills will be used to produce a varietyof ,etc. All of these possibilities would,of responsible ministration adults and staff and of behave the schools as such-to Qe Wood is used in the construction of 90 per-

from a hoped-for CDBG (block products. They have, in effect, course, depend on the child's age, his intentions don't want threats upon my child's cent of new homes.

grant) applied for by the City of Starke. become taxpayers rather than tax- offense.,However the seventy,again and I the must nature stress of that the physical self. If he misbehaves, I reiterate, Shredded, processed and reformed,

But in mid-October the disappointingnews takers- plus on the budget side of physical spanking or paddling or whateverit he should be punished,but not physically.I wood is made into countless paper products
was received that the city's grant several thousand dollars a year. is referred to, is not and should not be an always want to be informed of any useful for everything from handker-
misbehavior on my child's part because I, chiefs to packaging materials. It is treated
for of the Industrial Park of
development and selfsatisfactionof acceptable practice any progressive will and him but I
The good morale educational too, reprimand punish chemically to produce such things as im-
was not approved, due to stiff competition system. do not want child spanked at school!tI
SI employees is evident to anyone Personally I went through school in a my itation leather and synthetic rubber.A .
from other cities whose projectswere abhor your antiquated policy, and I feel tree is about 60 percent cellulose and
who cares to visit their busy operationon state where physical contact of any kind
that it needs to be to the 1987.I .
more labor intensive- important updated year 40 percent extractives lignin and resins.
Highway 16 northwest of Starke. It was prohibited by law. We never knew theYear"
feel that the school board needs to
factor in the Lignin are the cementing material bet-
scoring grant applications that is instilled the children
will also be obvious to the visitor why research results of various child
ween cellulose units; resins, when further
here of their teachers. We did know that
on points. this home-grown industry deserves the there were consequences we would have to psychology studies and behavioral studies, processed, yield ingredients used in the
Now, Sunshine Industries is still hoping moral backing and the financial supportof face as a result of misbehavior, and they etc. to see whether they are in fact obtain- production of varnishes, inks, floor polish,
to move to the new Industrial Park the community.It were strictly enforced. ing the results they are desiring by the use soaps, medicines, plastics, rayon, photo
site but is faced with the need scale Conclusively, I would like to say of physical harassment. film, insulation boards and literally
Carol A. Smith
will be a matter of pride to the SI something that I believe many parents thousands of other useful products.
down its original plans. Even then, it and to the Rt.l,Starke Cellulose is found in many plants but
workers, the management, would join me in expressing... I do not feel
would be short an additional $75,000 to county as a whole to see Sunshine In- trees are the source most familiar to the
provide a facility in the new location general public.
that would meet even the minimum dustries become the first plant to start Open Letter to the Public about A.C.L.F.WHAT Wood fibers are very small and are
Industrial Park.
needs. operating in the Every bound together by a non-fibrous sheath of
interested citizen of the county should lignin to make the light, strong, resilient

Quick action is necessary if additional take pride in becoming a contributor, IS AN A.C.L.F.? An Adult Con resident's families: material we know as wood. It is this unique

funds to meet the basic building and whether large or small, to the capital gregate Living Facility is a Home for the With great reluctance and sadness, I combination makes wood so of lightness valuable in and construction.strength that A

equipment needs are net raised before fund-raising effort that will be Elderly. When older persons can no longer have to inform you that Norma's Home piece of wood one inch square and 2Mi in-
will close its doors November 30, 1987. I
January 1. Therein lies the pressing necessary to make this project becomea themselves live alone, but with they are supervision able to care, our for regret this very much on but as you know,the ches long can support up to 10,000 pounds,
need for if or about the weight of three automobiles.Its .
community response reality. Facilities have been available to them STATE OF FLORIDA sets regulations
Sunshine Industries is to meet the needsof rather than a Nursing Home. comparable to those of our LONG TERM tension strengthresistance to the
the number of CARE FACILITIES called nursing homes. forces trying to pull it apart- equal to
growing handicapped
Secondly, are also aware of the
persons in Bradford County. IMPOSED UPON THE SMALL HOMES, outrageous cost of Liability and Commercial Most wood products come from the
The Bradford Association for Retarded "We Need Your Help!" AN A.C.L.F., THE SAME RULES AS Fire Insurance. I am licensed for 11 trunks of trees. Their crowns provide us
LONG TERM NURSING HOMES? with edible nuts and fruits and we
residents. Since 1981 I have had older many
Citizens of which Med is
Connelly As a a professional woman, I have built reside in get oils,ex acts and decoration materials
president, is one of more than 1,600 There are many ways you can help and be par of our up confidence in my community,as well as cared people for as our my own home family whom and we have staff from the f liage.
ARCs new planned growth. First becoming member of and for my From t'.e' trunks of smaller trees
across the nation, where a men- a a deep honest concern caring the felt the same wav. come
tally retarded baby is born five Bradford ARC and showing your support for this vital older individual. pulpwood, the raw material for Florida's
every We will miss all of the folks but the time
prof ram. To become a member complete he Donor/ leading forest industry,the pulp and paper
An A.C.L.F. ACTION has been
minutes. The basic of ARC is group
philosophy has come to stop fighting the system that trees
industry. Larger thesawlogs
Membership application and return to Bradford ARC. organizedwith the Administrators provide
that every child has the right to reach makes a "good home" give up. which are used by the state's second
owners meeting in Ocala,once to
his or her own potential. With proper Our ambitious plans for 1987 and beyond will require discuss and learn. The Ombudsmen Coordinator Norma's Home Regretfully, largest forest industry production of
guidance and training the handicappedcan additional' funding' 'local' contributions and donations of District 3 has been very suppor- 557 Walnut,Starke Norma D. Thompson lumber. and plywood for building construction -
live normal life and tive. We have 106 facilities in these 16
a productive will be especially appreciated If you would like to help' coun- It's also the trunk of the tree from which
nowhere is this philosophy better illustrated us grow please return the donation/membership form ties.Please Student SaysHomecoming are made railroad crossties, veneer for
than in the operation of our with your lax deductible contribution or call consider what I have explained to Queen furniture, and "bolts" of wood for specialty -
own Sunshine Industries.Not 9647699. you and if you could help get this informa- products such as tool handles.
tion to the proper authorities,it would help Coverage InadequateTo Poles for electrical transmission and

only are clients there learning to many of us in this business. the Editor: telephone lines, piling timbers used in
become productive and well-adjusted I HOOK Ulf! TO lElrl Below is a portion of my letter to my As a regular reader of The Telegraph, I bridge construction and fence posts for

citizens, but they also are trained to have noticed the difference in the amountof agriculture also are made from the trunksof

become contributors to the economy of ( ) By Making a Contributionof Some Tornado Whirl front page coverage our present trees.
Miss Carla McCUt- The forest industry in Florida generatesmore
Fans Criticized for homecoming queen
the community, rather than a burden chen, received as compared to those of the than $6 billion for the state'seconomy
upon it. Instead of spending their daysin Rude Behavior'Times past. annually. Considering aU the
boredom and idleness in ( ) By Becoming a Member benefits derived from this renewable
an ( )Individual Membership .............. $10' .00 have changed, and some people Sitting there reading the two lines about resource and taking into account the beau-
tion or in the home, they are associatingwith ( ) Family Membership................. $15.00 didn't change with time. I am talking her was purely pitiful. I have never seen so ty they add, even to the frustrated golfer,
their peers, and learning to take ( )Group". Business' .................... $25,00 about the majority of white fans before who the at- much prejudice as has been shown since timber has value.
pride in their jobs and the fact they are tended Tornado Whirl Miss McCutchen was crowned the 1987-88
Homecoming Game. I felt that the write-up about her
contributing to their own welfare. By Helping BARC Projects. queen.
( ) on
distasteful, and more information -
When Carla McCutchen was announcedas was purely Starke Triplets
Sunshine Industry employees received the 1987 BHS Homecoming Queen, should have been printed concerningthe Gain New OutlookOn
approximately $50,000 in wages last Name: many whites rudely got up from their seats topic. State GovernmentJody

year; whereas, had they been confinedin and left, as if there was some sort of As a resident in Bradford County, this
institutions they each would have cost Address, : plague circulating in the air. makes me ashamed that such impudence Jason, and Jennifer Brown told

the State an estimated $20,000 or more Their reaction to the newly crowned still exists in this community. Starke Rotarians last week that they gain-
ed a new what America is
perspective on
black Queen was ridiculous
for total of around Homecoming Ashamed&: Upset Student
a $1 million.
and very unsportsmanlike, to say nothingof all about during a week spent at the State
Phone: being unchristian. The whites made Capitol last summer attending Boys State
The State has now come to realize the themselves look absolutely bad. and Girls State (for Jennifer).

sound economy of having retardees (Return to.) The stadium was cleared so fast that the Notice to WriterOf LetterA Americanism, patriotism, and a look at

kept in the home or in group or foster Alma Mater was not sung. Moreover, the Unsigned the inside workings of government are
homes In the community, and the cur- Seniors didn't light the candles- tradi- message to "Boiling Over in goals of the popular programs sponsoredBy
institu- SUNSHINE INDUSTRIES tion that has been carried out for years. Brooker": the Florida Department of American
trend is to out such
rent phase We regret your letter to the editor could Legion.
tions as Sunland where the population For some of us, it was a most Joyous occasion not be published because it did not contain
,and we refused to let it be ruined by Jennifer was one of more than 300 girls
reduced from the name and address of the writer.
has now been some 2,000to
from all of Florida mock
selfish devoid of true humaneness. parts attending
Names will be withheld from publicationupon
about 900 clients. legislative sessions. She was elected to the
\1/I Someone had to lose and this time it request but as a matter of self. City Commission, and served as chairmanof
The community also benefits from wasn't the Queen' Court-was the fans. protection, The Telegraph must have this her county School Board. Shemas also a
\ / Information record.
Sunshine Industries in other ways A Concerned Student on nominee for Commissioner of Education at

besides payrolls. The total operating the National level.
budget of SI Is approximately $400,000, At Boys State, Jason was elected as

including salaries, and between sixty : councilman of Boys City, a county commissioner

and seventy thousand dollars is. spent ] I E--P--: I Commissioner, and of was Education.a federal Jody nominee servedas for

with local suppliers annually for wood P O. BOX 008 STARKE. FLORIDA MOGI BM-7aM city councilman, county commissioner,

used mostly for pallets and survey Then are ancMtit dry rtv.r channels on Mars; the largest are about 620 miles long and was on the platform of the Nationalist

stakes, two of Si's leading products. The and over 100 miles wide. Party.Page .

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Hampton Hi-Lites Phone4661815g kJ!I Mrs. Barksdaie Honored

Mrs. Virgie Barksdale was Assisting with serving were Mrs.
honored with an House Oct. Unie Jones and Jeanette
Open Mrs.
r Weekend Sale. Kelll Griffis, Cindy, Melissa and on
yeb .
Rummage Edward and 18 in celebration of her 90th birth- Fuller, longtime friends who, along
The Hampton Christian Church is Gina Griffis, all Kerry of Anna day. This special occasion was with their husbands, boarded at the
b sponsoring a Rummage Sale at the Angela Baker Graham ytYir hosted by Mrs. Barksdale's son and Barksdale home during World War
s sAtli Parsonage on Nov. 5, 6, and 7. Clayton of Hampton Lake and Mary f his wife Mr. and Mrs. RobertBarksdale II.
Taibi of Whispering Pines. y
Victory Baptist and by her grand-
Vicari and all the
guests Born in
daughters and their husbands, Mr. Worthington Springs on
Halloween PartyOn party! and Mrs. Lee Sparks and Mr. and Oct. 15, 1897, Mrs. Barksdale, her
Sat, night Oct. 31, Mrs. Louse Mrs. NesSmlth Surprised... Mrs. James O'Brian.Approximately husband and son moved to Starke in
Mattheus and Bob and Kathy On Sunday, Nov. 1, Mrs. Mabel 1938. For many years the Barksdaie
Langford hosted a Halloween partyat NesSmith of Hampton Lake was 150 friends and family owned and operated
their home. About seventy pleasantly surprised by a party Inher r relatives stopped by to celebrate Barksdale's Department Store in
members of the Victory Baptist honor on the occasion of her Both I : with Mrs. Barksdale.Greeting downtown Starke.
Church and friends came in costumefor birthday on Nov. 4. The party was .
an evening of good food and fun. by her son and daughterinlaw Out of town guests included Mr.
given guests at the door were and Mrs. Buster Fuller of
The food included a weiner roast, and ChapelHill
Tom and Diana NesSmlth
Louise's delicious cakes and other their children-Edward, Dana and tE,. Mrs. Mona Canova and Mrs. Maxie Tenn., Mrs. Unie Jones of Boil
vyt4 ', goodies. Clay of Jacksonville and Elaine E Carter, Sr. Arrangements of pink ing Springs, N.C., Mr. and Mrs.
: peach and white fresh flowers added Oliver of St.
Prizes were given for costumes, NesSmith of Tampa. Mrs. NesSmith Murray George, S.C.
fish toss decorative accents throughout Mrs.Barksdale's Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm J. Dunn andfamily
ring apple bobbing,
was presented with a golden crown.
Mrs.Jefferson Futch putt-putt golf and other games. The BBQ lunch was served in the home.Focal point of the of Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
living room was a table-top montageof chfe Yeomans and of
Festivities were held in the barn cafeteria of Hampton School. The family
decorated for the occasion by church birthday cakes were decorated with photographs showing Mrs. Melrose,Mr.and Mrs. Robert Clyattof
HarlessFutchMarried members. white'icing and variegated flowers Barksdale throughout her ninety Lake Butler,great grandson Cody
Among out of town guests atten- and held the inscription, 'Happy Bir years. Barksdale of Jacksonville, and
ding and spending the weekend were of many friends from Hampton Lake.
Oct. 17 Mabel' with a topping a The refreshment table was
Ralph, Jo,and Todd Golden
Betty Langford. 80 figure. Pink and white highlighted by a lovely pink tiered
Johnny and Pat Cook, Cindy and balloons, bells and streamers, as birthday cake made Mrs.Barksdale's .
Ruth Harless of Arden
Tisa N.C.,
was married to Jack and children of Fernandina well as Happy Birthday signs Mrs. Virgie Barksdale and son, granddaughter( Vicki. FEET

"Jeff" Futch, Jr., of Fetcher, N.C., Beach. decorated the party room. Robert
on Saturday Oct. 17. Home from Hospital... Among relatives attending were
The wedding was held at the James (Red) Terry returned Mrs. NesSmith's sister, Mrs. Lois New Arrivals
bride's grandparents Mr. and Mrs. home Friday following one week at Martin, her brother and sister-in- HURT?
Joseph I. Warren of Bristol. Rev. Alachua General Hospital. He law Jacksonville., M.J. and Madeline Relatives Doughertyof of her late Danielle Nichole Hall Kristen Nicole Manning
Hugh Hatfield conducted the underwent surgery following a fall Richard and Lorene Hall of Starke
husband also attended from and
ceremony.The and is recuperating with the help of announce the birth of their daughter, Wayne Joy Manning of
Jacksonville and Lake
Macclenny the
Lawtey announce birth of a
bride of Mr. and
daughter Wilmajean.
Danielle Nichole, born Oct. 24 at
Mrs. Billy W. Harless, Sr. of Arden, City. daughter, Kristen Nicole, born Oct.
Visitors... Some eighty guests included Flagler Hospital in St. Augustine. 24 in Orange Park Hospital. Nicole
was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Wilma Clark is home from an members of Mrs. NesSmith's Bible She weighed 7 lb. IV/i oz. weighed 5 lb. 10 oz. She joins two
The bridegroom is the of Mr.
son enjoyable trip to Georgia. She accompanied Class from the Friendship Bible Maternal grandparents are Jerry sisters, Michelle and Jennifer and
and Mrs. James Houck of Fletcher
and Marjorie Gilliam of Condon,
her son and daughterinlaw Church in Keystone Heights, brother Bil1y.Maternal .
and Mr. and Mrs. J. Futch,
Ralph and Clark and friends. Ore. Great-grandparents are Harlie Ber-
Tom, Pat Kenny to neighbors grandparents are
Sr., of Lawtey. Mansfield near Atlanta. While there, Mrs. NesSmith is an active and Ruby Gilliam of South Branch, nice Augustmous of Jacksonville
Karen Futch of Fletcher, sister of
they visited Lane and J.K. Clark, member of her church, the Jolly 60's Mich. and Austin Bailey of Chattanooga,
the maid of honor.
bridegroom was
and the fellows did some hunting. Club, and a volunteer with the Brad- grandparents are Tenn.
Stacie Jo Gribble was junior atten- Rodney and Janice Hall. Great
ford Hospital Auxiliary.Announcing. Paternal grandparents are Ed- USE
dant. Hampton ElementaryNew grandparents are Clyde and Laura ward and Beulah Manning of
The bridegroom's father was best Teachers... Hall and Roger and Frances Lawtey.
man. Mrs.Jessica Neville of Gainesville Dansb all of Starke.
A dinner-reception was held at is teaching the 4th grade while Mrs. YOUR
Martha Washington Inn in Ab- The Florida Cinderella
Mindy LeBlanc is on maternity Dreamglrl Beauty Pageant
Scholarat leave. Would Ilk. to thank the following udgt and ntrtaln -
The bride is a University Mrs. Kathy Green of Starke is the sponsors |
the University of North Carolinaat class teacher. rt. HEAD.
new Kindergarten Danielle Nicole Suit
Asheville, where she is majoringin With the unusually large enrollmentthis JUDGE Barbara Reed of Jacksonville, mother of two
Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Suit -
Sackett's math.Restaurant.The She is .employed by year, Mr. Watson will appreciate announce the birth oa proudly boys who are State winners in various pageants and has

bridegroom is a junior at UN- Mrs. Green's assistance. daughter, Danielle Nicole, on Oct. 7. judged different pageants. r
CA, where he is a history major. He Successful Carnival... She weighed 7 Ib. 4 oz. and was 20Vj JUDGE Missy Sartain of Jacksonville, a professional
is employed by Sneaker's Pub and The Halloween Carnival held Friday inches long.Maternal. beauty consultant and model who judges many
Grill. night was very enjoyable and grandparents are Ms. pageants.
Linda Carroll of Keystone Heights
Linda Thomas, financially Among prize successful.winners were: Boy's and James R. Skelly of California. JUDGE Leah Milian of Gainesville, who has competedin
Steve Carter To Wed bicycle-kindergartener Jeremy Paternal grandparents are the Miss America Contest and won Miss Florida

Saturday, Nov. 7 Gates; girl's bicycle-fourth grader Johnny and Faye Mathews of Starlite Beauty and Talent Queen, also judges various
Melissa Kyle; $100 cashSonyaAviles Melrose and the late Kenneth N. pageants.
Linda Gaye Thomas and Steven ; $50 cash-Neal Turner of Suit, formerly of Houston, Tx.
Think about it. Neglect can only
Russell Carter and their parents Invite Hawthorne.
you to their wedding to be held CelebrationMrs. Patrick Richard Lee PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER Cathy Wooley prolong the misery. And, worse yet
this Saturday, Nov. 7 at 7:30: p.m.,at 91st Birthday Tammie Westfall Lee and Patrick foot pain can be a symptom of
The Post Chapel at Camp B anding.A Mary Vicari was honored on George Lee of Lake Butler announcethe ENTERTAINER "Stardust the Magician" for a great serious problems like diabetes,
reception following the Oct. 24 at the Whispering Pines Care birth of a son, born Nov. 1 in magical job!11SPONSORS I heart disease or arthritis. Your feet
Center for her 91st birthday. A
ceremony will be held at LWCIEmployees Alachua General Hospital in all life. But
have supported you your
Club.Bradford decorated birthday cake and other Gainesville.
refreshments were served from the Maternal grandparents are Mr. : sometimes they depend on your headto
I patio. and Mrs. Richard Westfall of Terwillegar Goodman's U-Haul Service make the' right decision like -
HomemakersClub Among guests celebrating with Raiford. Crafts Salvage Hayes ElectricTim's calling for an appointment.
Mrs. Vicari were Mr. and Mrs. Bob
I Paternal grandparents are Mr. Bradford Hospital Foot
Meeting Nov. r 12 Brown of Starke, R.G. and Julia and Mrs. Curtis Lee of Lake Butler. Custom Cabinets Norman's Market ClinicDR.
Griffis, Danny, Kathy, Amanda and Jerry Miller Orian Wells Chevrolet
/ Thornton Salvage Jones Funeral Home Robert A. Giudlce

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Goetzman's eicliag Sallys This & That ShopS First & Third Tuesday of

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Churc1xi.ews L/AAWAng*t
: United Methodist Women'Angela' I
I; for the Annual :
are busy preparing
Church of God will be shown this Sunday at 5:49: bazaar. The theme "Angelic Hap I

Revival Next WeekThe p.m. at Madison Street Baptist pening"has all members busy working !
Church.Overcoming. on many exciting angel or
Church of God of Prophecy a faliiful Childhood naments, decorations and crafts. \
Inc., will be having a revival next{ Includes Shirley Dobeon's intimate i '1 if ll'' Plan to attend Nov. 18 from 6 to
week:, Nov. 8-14 at 7:30 p.m. eaoa' memories of a difficult childhood .1 8:30 p.m. or Nov. 19 from 9 a.m. to 3 I I
evening. Guest speaker will be Rev. with her alcoholic father,and the influences pm. '
; W. J. (Dub) Thornton. which brought her to a loving At a recent workshop members of
Rev.W.T.Laney invites everyoneto God. This moving film will be ti Katie Wainwright Group 7 are I
attend this revival at the church especially meaningful to those who ll'iut1 f/1 1/ ..r'INSfI .. shown putting finishing touches on '
located on 301 North, between LIi are unsure of their faith and for their angels. Left to right Is group !.
Champ and Sunshine Motel. those who are not part of the ChriS- leader Andrea Waterhouse, Susan
tian community.Be sure to take advantage Norman, Carole Stevenson, Cindy
,. Sampson City of this special; film and invite ci DeValerlo. Debra Stephens, Brett \
Church Of God Plans a friend to see it with you. : and Wanrla Reddish. Also present I
Chicken DinnerRev. Madison St. Baptist is located at was La Von Drivas.
.900 Vf, Madison St.,Starke. !
.Gene Bass of the Sampson Ci-,* -- J
ty Church of God invites everyone to Gospel SingSaturday
'. attend their fried chicken dinner Nov. 7 The angel theme is being carriedout family, food, drink, old family pic- Legal Notices \
cookout set for this Saturday,Nov.7 with many angel surprises. tures and history.
The Church of God of Prophecy, There will be handmade crafts
from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. For more information contact FICTITIOUS NAME IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR 1
The dinners will cost $3.50 for Inc.,will be having a gospel sing this Christmas ornaments, homemade 964-6136 or 9648469. STATUTE AFFIDAVIT COUNTY FLORIDA t
adults and $2.50 for children 12 and Saturday, Nov. 7 beginning at 7:30 goodies (canned and baked) and CREENACRESTURF BRADFORD PROBATE DIVISIONFile
under. The menu will be fried p.m. seasonal decorations to delight all Rt. 1, Box 787A Number 87-94-CP
chicken: potato salad, green beans, Featured singers will be The Emmanuel angel lovers. Mrs. Jewell RobertsTo LawUy Flo 32058 Division 1-3873 !
roll dessert and tea. Singers". Pastor W. T. Make plans now to attend. Celebrate 90th STATE OF FLORIDA IN RE: ESTATE OF
Laney invites everyone to' the COUNTY OF BRADFORDOn
church, located on Hwy 301 N. between Brown Family Reunion Birthday Nov. 15 this day pvrionally appeared .
Methodist SetHomecomIng f'f'Decea.ed.
Lil Champ and Sunshine Sunday Nov. 8 before m., an officer duly authorized NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
SundayThe Motel. The family of Jewell Tatum to odmlnliter oath., Nancy J. Ralston Th. odmlnlstrjtlon of the .tot. of
The annual Oliver and Sarah Roberts would like to invite you to and Michael R. Moody, who, being MICHAEL D. WILLIAMSON Deceased,
First United Methodist UMW Planning Brown family reunion will be held help celebrate Mrs. Roberts flat duly sworn d.po. and lay: File Number 67-94-CP, Is pending In I
Church will celebrate Homecoming, Annual Bazaar Sunday, Nov. 8 at Carl and Ida Lee ninetieth birthday on November 15. The name of all the perion In. the Circuit Court for Bradford County,
Sunday, Nov. 8 at the morning wor Brown's home on 230A behind Bethel The open house will be at the t.r..t.d In the buslneti conducted Florida, Probate Division, the addressof
ship service followed by a covered Methodist Women Baptist Church, beginning at 1 p.m. fellowship hall of First United under the foregoing fictitious name, which ll Bradford County Courthouse
': dish dinner. United Guests are asked to bring a Methodist Church in Starke,from 2-4 and the extent of the Interest of each Starke, Florida. 32091 The
Rev.DeWitt Farabee has been invited members of First United Methodist covered dish and enjoy plenty of of them In said business Is I as follow.: names and addresses of the personal \
as guest pastor to preach at 11 Church in Starke are planning their good food and fellowship. For directions p.m.Your presence is your giftlWoman's NAME INTEREST representative and the personal i
a.m. Rev. Farabee and his family annual bazaar. call Ida Lee Brown, 964-5934. Nancy J.Ralston 50% repreientatlve attorney or.set forth I
served First Church from 1972 to The "Angelic Happening" will be Michael R.Moody 50% below.
:; 1978 where he was also active in from 9 a.m.to 3 p.m.November 19 in Prevatt Family Reunion Signed Nancy J. Raliton All Interested persons or. requiredto
:' civic affairs in the community. Fellowship Hall. New this year will Club Plans Michael R.Moody file with this court. WITHIN THREE
Friends and members are encouraged be a preview night. From 6 to 8:30 Set for Saturday, Nov. 7 Nov. 1 11 LuncheonThe 10154tchgl15FREE. MONTHS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF .
18 the bazaar will NOTICE ((1)I) all claims against
to attend this special day. p.m.November Descendants of Thomas Prevatt THIS :
also be open. November luncheon meeting the estate and ((2)) any objection| by on .\
MadIson Baptist Soup or chili will be served both (born 1774), Valentine of the Starke Woman's Club will be Interested person to whom this notice
.. dates for a $2.50 donation. Relish Prevatt (born 1809) and Peter Nov. 11 at 12 noon. Following lunch was mailed that challenges the validity
To Show Dobson Film trays and crackers tea or coffee is Presley Prevatt (born 1848)) are invited a arts and crafts display will be } EXPLORING of the will, the qualifications of the f
included. Sandwiches and dessert to gather this Saturday for a viewed by members and guests. GOD'S WORD personal representative, venue, or
The fifth Dobson film in the Turn reunion.
family jurisdiction of the court.
:f-; Your Heart Toward Home series will be available for 75 cents. The reunion will be held at Jennings Arts and and Crafts her co-chairman Chairman Thelma Saun- HOME BIBLE STUDYThe All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT I
Goldhead Branch State BE FOREVER BARRED.
picnic dra Green, along with the entire Bible Course is taught In SO FILED 1
: shelter 49, beginning at 11 a.m.,with your Publication of this Notice has begunon
composed home free of charge.
lunch being served at 1 p m November 5 1987.Personal
::., Hwy 16 & Weldon St. Stark' i OF GOD Guests are invited to bring their Frick, Pat Connelly, Muriel Gilhooly This is a non-denominational study Representative: ;
.: Betty Haas, Margaret Young, based only on what thus saith the CHARLES G.WILLIAMSON I
Sunday School 422 N. ST.CLAIR-O64-5445 Naomi Herres, Betty Heavener, word of God"APOSTOLIC P.O. Box IIS .
} I Morning Worship 11 p.m. John Spratlln. PastorWe Independent Church of God Carleen Williams and Mayme Hampton, Florida 32044
i Evening Worship 6 p.m. invite you to worship with us. of Prophecy, Inc DuPre) have been working diligently TRUTH U.P.C. Attorney for PersonalRepresentative
w.... Mld-W..k S.rvlc 7:30 p.m. Attended to have many objects of art ondtsply. 7823303Rev.
? Nursery REVIVAL CENTER If any club member has an DUDLEY P. HARDY, P.A.
SfofTNursery AvailableRcr. Sunday School Worship ............,, lOam Ham 301 North 2138 N. Temple Ave item of this nature she would like to Emmett BrightTo P. O. Drawer 1030
Stephen R. Pippin Factor Morning share with the club, please contact schedule home bible Starke. Florida 32091
Evening Service ....... 6pm Sun. School 945am Sun. Worihlp 11:>m your
964.6971 __ i Wednesday Youth ....... 73Opm Sun Eva. Prayar Meeting 6 pm Wed. 7:30pm: Thelma Jennings. study or for additional Information Phone 904.964.5701 1112I
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,: Bradford Title ''ORD. 1N AGENCY AT 31:1-10 called for and committed to WESTERN STEER FAMILY CROSLEY
"i"f "We 9647011"A STARKE Thursday Life baaed willingness to take positive risk In the parable STEAK HOUSE
d&wmleh on talenta.Jesua compliments two people who risk their gins and MANUFACTURING
worship this "Serving you orate 12'27.47 double them. But he acathed with denouncing criticism the person From all of us at Western Steer
> I Fridayfutm who buried Ma gill who refused to take a risk with life (Matt
week' 441 w. Madison SI 23.14-30)) US 301 South CORPORATIONMark

237 or 9646313 161-11 And(there's fun and fulfillment life If a person risks' enjoying it 964.8061 Mullins & Employees
Saturday Life la beauty amid drabnesa;and life la vibrant,a pulsating activity

WATERS Mosley Tire.Co. 30:1-12 Pttlm amidst all odds. In! 'insurance Call Now 964-8018

Comer of US US 301 N. Starke '-
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?-: I Lawtey, 964-6600 --.n.-ew sees, ,flit ,. ACCIP CENTERS
(Winn-Dixie Shopping Center) l W l l WIf I
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:' made exhaust systems This feature is published to 964-4695 If' FHE PAu/fitLIEF DOCTORS

> NOEGEL'S NATIONAL 'encourage you to worship Glenn Fibreglass Homes Beautiful of

-. t BANK regularly It is made possibleby Flan Boxes & Tool Boxes North Florida

% "WorshIp this week Directors & Comer of Thompson &Weldon Construction CompanyAll
the firms listed here.
at the church of .Staff 964-5912 types of Home Improvement

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Printing Company fact do Complete Tire Shop & Auto
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;;. "All the right I Supplies. ; om.f..mlng. better at Denmark's Repairs Superior affordable quality prices homes at Starke 964-7200 I I
Printing' Office( Supplies 402 N.Temple HWY 301 N. '
), right E. CaU St 25JCNESflJNERALHoME. 434 W. Call 964-5827 964-6436 I HWY 301 S. 964-6833 SR 21 Keystone Heights I'I I
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1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees and their 3)) In case of ties we will use the total points scored
Immediate families are welcome to enter, but there Is In the Bradford High School game each week(exceptthe "
a limit of one entry per person each week. Tornadoes open week! ) as a tiebreaker. Please fill
2)) The entry must be on an official blank from the In the points you think will be scored by the Tornadoes
0\ TELEGRAPH and must dropped off at the and their opponent combined In the
fty\'Z.CS TELEGRAPH office before p.m. each Friday after tiebreaker blank. For Instance If the score In the Tornado
'eek\' 00 noon. Fill In all the blanks with either the name of the game was Tornadoes 19, Opponents 7, the correct -
'I .' team you think will win or "tie" If you think the game score was 26 points.
.,'lc. will end In a tie. The person who picks the most 4)) All decisions of the judges are final. A second
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OPEN: s 473-3176 Keystone Hgts I
Mon.-Sat. & SportscoatsAT 1
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Washington at Philadelphia
Miami at Cincinnati

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064-8484 .. FLORIDA 3aoel
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With Sonny Sonny's BBQ Stat.Certified Builders
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Chicago at Green Bay
Phone964.884A 230 N.TemDle Ave. Starke,FLr Terwillegar Motors

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their consideration and action at she GUI FOR BCD vobd drveMIMee will be located and at the some said place at 7:30 p.m.an ftrwlth given notice In accaraunc

INVITATION TO BID prescheduled final .hearing for this application SEALED BUDS mM be receiWd by line nrhedl with flag*v...._ Ordinance relating to: with Florida Statute that the Board of
The City 01 Stork. Community for reionlng and amendmentof cord of and T_of .. Guy of SECTION 9c GAS LINES. All ran The rezoning of the following County Commissioner. of Bradford

Development Office will accept bid forth the land Use Plan on Wednesday Start. flkwHJo. te ....Of Ctarik: office s.sw.d go......will be.Inspected by described property and amending the County Florida. hove designated the
rehabilitation of a dwelling unit a* November 18. 1987. at the Commissioners .at HheQty. Hal e SnariW Honda.. tfIta city t.vMtipTiiMntV. iff Qonvootk has Comprehensive Lend Use Plan to provide Bradford County Zoning and Planning

follow: Room of the Bradford County vent. 6:3 paL_T eiifar.. III" '"t I' oara.rad.....bad.. filling. that land currently zoned R1C and Board conduct a public hearing at a
Dot. of Bid: November 16 1987 Courthouse. Starke. Florida at 7 JO 17. nBJ. at tdhidh. ....and pUn oil. SECTION *c, PUBLIC NOTICE. The designated by the plan a* Residentialbe regular meeting held at 7:00 p.m. In
Plac of Bid. : Grant offk. 1M E. Coll .p.m.. on Ordinance relating. to: bids rensed sea .. peIoIIidIr .pared public spill .. notified periodicallytfwaegfr rezoned to 1-1, and designatedLight the Council Room of Stark City Hall

Str.*.. The rezoning of the following and read........a..to file wg: Inv lacer newspaper ov *- Industrial the property of Stark. Florida on Tuesday
Tim. of Bid: 10:00 a.m. described and the TWELVE MOMTMS SUTTVr OF NIt csMhsM Ordinance. In addition. RONALD B. GRIDER described a* November 24. 1987. and make a
Location of Bid: 905 Florida S...... 4 Comprehensive property land Use amending Plan to provide QN.ppo.hasellp tOOOOO So ISQjOOBeainwHMei CIIII''! *oleerisneMc*wilt be given with follow: recommendation to the Board of County -:

unit that land currently zoned OR and pi\-\ d Nat.2 fed oil 110 CIDIItII. n.axp.olFkrlim ..ch banding permit when applkabl Lot 1 and 2 of Blk.27. Temple's Addition Commissioners and the Board will
Owner of Unit: Clara Mo Knight designated by the plan a* Agriculturebe d Amw1-- Padl.r.semWl. SECTION 7=COMPANIES AND CON- Parcel O366B-00000. Section 28, consider on Wednesday December

Contractor Walk-through Dot.: rezoned to CN and designated ...........--.1IIi9h-' TBACTOMc All companies must notify Township 6 South. Range 22 East 16, 1987. at the Commissioner Room
November 1987. Neighborhood Commercial the property saoete.t .m. o.5IIn.. !by .Mowtmiomsms. a* th. requirements located off West Brownlee (Hwy 16)) of Bradford jnty Courthouse,
Contractor Walk-through Tim.: 10:00. of JAMES A. GRIFFIS described the cam ---s--r weed be d .this arrersw.w two block Northwest of US 301, for Storke, Florida ut 7.30: p.m. an Ordinance
a.m. SECTION B: VIOLATIONS AND automotive repair:body work namely relating to:
a* follow: 1.18 ac.. Parcel of 4Su All bof twee*mo*bebawd
Contractor Walk-though Plac.: At the 01023-00000 In Section 29 Township 7 on JsKftuanwaile\ TemMna price rOcAUKSc: A violation of this Or- REPLACEMENT OF WINDSHIELDS AND Te"zoning of the following

job lit.. South 21 East located 9 miles plus fcetigtat. less OMnc-tManmmm.m dmaa. shall. be deeoned.dI WINDOWS.You d. ibv, property and amending the
A of the work _It..up con b* dlrgro.. ...1....__. further NOTICE that Co .ohei and Us* Plan to pro'vide
copy Southwest of Stark. off Ct. Rd. 18 in ... .ices fi..r i.e.mM he s"""'jnMill eil Ho Any personwho ore given a
obtained from the Grant OHIc at 108 E. ........ of said that land currently zoned RSF and
: Graham area. Neighborhood retail I the City Clerk CM.mmIM;r.....The any of the provisions of copy proposed ORDINANCE I*
Call Strt along with copy of the Standard (convenience store)with proposed City el SKark*sell pay*ne onaMMIf bill the Otdn.rn shall. upon conviction available for your Inspection at the office designated by the plan as Rural Single'

Performance Specifications. Grant gas within. .......-.-.. m........ be subject to.,Una not exceeding five of the Director of Zoning and Plan Family be rezoned to RSF-MH, and
offlc hour or. 8 a.m. to 12 noon and pump You ore further given NOTICE that a. been approved b. .*. Off c11-.. .........((3OO dollar or Imprisonment ning. 209 N.Thompson St.. City Hall, designated Rural Residential the property
1.5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Bid copy of sold proposed ORDINANCE 4* ..... far Hem eat exceeding sixty ((60) Stor.... Florida. of ALAN MELODY GIBBS
must be ubmlttd In a**ald envelope. available for inspection at the office The sad Board of Band.) day*, or bony Eadk day such offense Each and every person having any described a* follow:
In order to b*eligible to bid the Contractor of the Director your of Zoning and Planning reserves the might. tta> ainteyrtl or reject. -.ihr -'ftas> none*. shall. Interest whatever in the enactment of lot 9 and 10 ((0 port of Lots 9 and 6

must meet the Contractor Standard St., Hall Starke any or all. bids.The5Narei'.. .......... apware......... this proposed ORDINANCE should appear of Unit 3. Indian Beach) located 1000
.et forth by the City of Starke for Florida. """.start"" be owsKzep- PASSED INs 21s day of June 1983. and be heard at the time and feet West of St.Rd.21 and off C.R.21 B,

licensing purpose* and must hold current Each and having canoe of line bed.. by the CRy Commission of the Coy of place prescribed. approximately 1V4 acres, Parcel)
City Contractor' License.For Interest whatever every in person the enactment any of BOMH>OF BOINOIKIUISTEES] SnvfcOk Ftorkfcs. BOARD OF CITY OF STARKE 0618000900. Section 35, Township 8

further Information contact this proposed ORDINANCE should OF ary OF stAJME.HA.V Vemon D.Silcox Commissioner. S., Rang 22 East for rural mixed
Charles Jackson or John Tlnsler at (904)) appear Chairman and Mayor By Darrell O'Neal housing.
and be heard at the time and Neil L Ischer-
9648902. GityCMkORDBOAMCE Gty Commission Director. Starke You are further given NOTICE that a
Itchg 11/5 place prescribed.BOARD OF BRADFORDCOUNTYCOMMISSIONERS Wdh.11/5 Atiste Zoning*Planning copy of said proposed ORDINANCE I I.
N*>f I.Tedtesv Clerk Itchg 11/5 available for your Inspection at the office .
NOTICEAPPLICATION :MO.2W-A AMENDED of the Director of Zoning and Planning

FOR REZONINGL. By Gilbert S. Brown Clerk AN ORDINANCE ESTAWJSMMC CEMs- August 2.1983 AFFIDAVIT UNDER FICTITIOUS Thompson St., City Hall, Stark.,

J. KITE has mode application to PRE lEN91u3 OUICeUMCS mEWCMT ItdIg 11/5 NAME STATUTE Florida.
, the Bradford County Zoning B Planning hchgll/S DAMAGE 10 WWC3GCUimD PRE STATE OF FLORIDA Each and every person having any
Department for reclassiflcation of the LINES Bf EKCAVAmONLV NOTICE\ OF APPLICATION COUNTY OF BRADFORD Interest whatever In the enactment of

property described below from OR to RO: 1.29 acre out of Parcel NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Commission re |i *. Coy; of THC LAND USE PLAN personally appeared George lorry and be heard at the lime and
00880-00000 In Section 12, Township 7 REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF Stark to eMbMI> a CDi.np.efte" ... .mu.evrntlein Am Ordinance amending the CompnfMMm Reddish President of Jackleg Enterprises. place
South Range 21 East, located one mil. THE LAND USE PLAN plan So b ..Land)u..Plan Element and Inc., who after being first duly prescribed.BOARD OF BRADFORD
ipewsv dm.egv
: West of Hwy 301S off Northside of Ct. An Ordinance amending the Comprehensive wndergiaradppetimes, bye o.rmiaa. Mn*>by B.........d)County. Florida In oc- sworn soy: COUNTY COMMISSIONERSBy
Land Use Plan Element and CIIIOI1Iiaooce with the land GovernmentCoepr.kwwrv. That JACKLEG ENTERPRISES. INC., I I.
Rd. 227, to b* used for office and BE IT cntOAiMB BY iwc cnr COMMISSION Gilbert Brown
residential. Mop by Bradford County. Florida in accordance Planning Act of 1975 doing business under the name of Clerk _
Th. Bradford County Zoning and with the local Government follows: exifee ea |p| i ifcllej far fcs Chapter 163 of the SONNY'S REAL PIT BAR.B-Q and that 'llchgll/5
Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 fIIwitIIeo its interest in said business is a*
Planning Board conducted a public as provided for in Chapter 163 of the SoH:1IIICH I: NOTICE. All caypanesandr follow One Hundred Percent .
RX: All cMeene,foitpayer and other : ((100%)
hearing on Tuesday. October 27, 1987on Florida Statutes.TO then. tmma.atmrs," woIho plea. lID NOTICE OF
the above listed application and ..rxsvawets.... Hwwit edCJWIII IflRitaffMj ..l..- M1Tov George Larry Reddish REGISTER
city> or \L,
: All citizens, and other 10/29 11/19
will make a recommendation to the Interested property r.vet _** ... Coy a* end esdI' of you are hereby and 4tchg FICTITIOUS NAME
Bradford Commissioner for persons.The herewith given notice bs accordance Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida
County Bradford and Starke taty.wyi,4 their consideration and action at their Board County Zoning vaine of It,. planned sw.OIIiom.SECTLC with f1Ioridg Statutes that the Board of REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF Statute, notice I I. hereby given that
final for this Planning conducted a public Gr Cammiaaiener of Storks Florida. the undersigned Dr. Len Schlofmon
prescheduled hearing 4 2: UI1U11ItS IDlIIIECIIOL All THE LAND USE PLAN
rezoning to be held Wednesday. hearing the on below Tuesday.listed October 27. 1987.and COMpIItO-r mmwadas wig... plena bsoswl..xn *MMO> designated. the Stark. Zoning An Ordinance amending the Comprehensive P.O. Box 190, Starke, Florida 32091.

November 18, 1987. at 7:30 p.m.. in on will make recommendation application the oeo.ian III .... Mho ...Ptbnmng Board Ho conduct a public land Use Plan Element and ale owner, doing business under the

the Commissioners Room of Bradford Bradford a Commissioner to for Voices" Director *.#.ii.... 4 any. day earing a* a regular meeting held at Mop by Bradford County. Florida in accordance firm name of Bradford County Eye
County Courthouse, Starke. Florida. their consideration County and the whittle, > *are Malledl prior to *.lfima 7OO axm, in the City Commission with the local Government Center. P. O. Box 190, Stark. Florida
At this time the Bradford County Commission final action for this at of.mou _. Mteoejngj. woom of Stark. City Hull Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 32091. intends to register said fictitious .
will make the final decision prescheduled hearing ap- Slairha, Florida, an Tuesday name under the aforesaid
on for and amendment SECTION 3 LASmiHC Bllastiiit\ will as provided in Chapter 163 of the
plication rezoning
the proposed application, after havingtwo of the Land Use Plan riot be allowed wt iw IIIne asp> tints ority Nbiaeiufcieii |ev 1987 and make aleuiimniendbrien Florida Statutes.TO statute.

public hearing, advertisement November 18, 1987. at on the Wednesday Commissioner within_hwdksd and posting. All persons interested In Commiaewners. end the Board will cons interested persons. 1987 In Bradford County.
Room of the Bradford
this application are hereby given Courthouse Starke. Florida at 7 JO SECTION: 4: cmr urcnunncsAII! role ..dler en Tuesday. December 15. 1987 You and each of you ore hereby and 11/54tchg 11/26.
notlc. of time and place for the two '
p.m., on Ordinance relating to:
public hearings required. The rezoning of the following

Director described property and amending the
Zoning ft Planning Comprehensive Land Use Plan to
Bradford County 11/5 that land currently zoned OR and Only at Terwillegar Motors
designated by the plan as Agriculturebe
rezoned to Cl and designated

DARBY APPLICATION to BLOODGOOD the Bradford FOR REZONING has County mode Zoning application follows L.Highway K. :WHITEHEAD Commercial, the described property as of Your #1 Dealer In North Florida & South Georgia

ft Planning D.partm.nt for 2 acres located 5 miles South of

reclassification of the property Starke off West side of Hwy 301 S.
described below from RSF.MH to OR: parcel 00968-00000. in Section z... (
Thr. ((3)) acres out of Parcel Township 7 South. Range 21 East for \ \):
05552-00000. in Section 13. Township B highway commercial. 0a.

South Range 22 East located 9 miles You are further given NOTICE that. e
South of Storks off West side of St. Rd. copy of said proposed. ORDINANCE is

,, 100. |lust South of Bradford County available for your inspection at the office okIo
Landfill for a privately owned and run of the Director of Zoning and Plan ') n..COue0 eX'
animal shelter for the gen.ral public. C
ning Thompson St., City Hall. Stake 0. (
The Bradford County Zoning and Florida. -I 'lJ.
Planning Board conducted a public \ 0 e.
Each and
every person having any "
hearing on Tuesday October 27 1987 interest whatever in the enactment of ""' S 1 ot'

on the above listed application and this proposed ORDINANCE should appear \\O "' e:
will make a recommendation to the and be heard at the time and c\ 0 ( "e
Bradford County Commissioner for place prescribed.
their consideration and action at their BOARD OF BRADFORD .. sS

prescheduled final hearing for this COUNTY COMMISSIONERSBy CJ'o'- e e\\
rezoning to be held Wednesday Gilbert S. Brown e.

November 18, 1987, at 7:30: p.m.. in Clerkltchgll5 \ \\t'
the Commissioners Room of Bradford a Co

County Courthouse, Stark. Florida.At e
this time the Bradford County Commission IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH (
will make the final decision on JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR \9' \\
the proposed. application after havingtwo BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA t'oJ \
Case No. 87-383-CA
public hearings, advertisement J
IN RE The of
: Marriage
Interested In
and posting. All person
this application are hereby given
notice of time and place for the two and Husband. 1988 FORD RANGER
public hearings required.

Zoning A Planning Wife.NOTICE *

Itchg 11/5 SERVICE 1892
Address Unknown
FLORIDA YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action ( pal

PROBATE DIVISION for Dissolution of Marriage has been NO PAYMENT
87-93-CP tiled against you and you are requiredto
Case No.
File No. 1.3872 serve a copy of your written TILL MARCH 88
defenses U any to it on Eugene F.
Shaw Husband's Attorney whose address -
I I. 925-E North Temple Avenue,

NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe Stork. Florida 32091, on 6r before
December 1. 1987.and file the original
administration of the Estate of

LONNIE Number W.87-93-CP PAGE JR.is .pending deceased In. File the with before the service clerk on of husbands this court attorneyor either Come Save on Our Entire Line!!

thereafter otherwise
Circuit Court for Bradford County. immediately ;
a default will be entered against you
Florida, Probat Division the
for the relief demanded in the I
complaint -
which Is Bradford County Courthouse I II I
Stark. Florida 32091. The or petition. II
DATED this 20th day of October I I
names and addresses of the personal

representative'representative! attorney and the are personal set forth 1987. GILBERT S. BROWNAs '87 F-250 (4X4) Supercab Lariat $19,995 '86 Bronco XLT .$15,995 .

below. By Clerk: Beulah of the Moody Court 6.9 diesel LOADED 302 V-8 LOADED

All Interested are requiredto
person Deputy clerk .
file with this Court. WITHIN THREE .
10/224tchg 11/12
THIS NOTICE. (1)I)All claim against $17,995 Chevy

the Estate and ((2) any objection by an NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO LOADED 302/overdrive 9000 miles 10,900 miles ,
Interested person to whom this notice REGISTER ,
was mailed that challenges the validity FICTITIOUS NAME

of the will the qualifications of the Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida

personal representative venue, or Statute, notice I* hereby given that 87 Ford F-150XLT"Larfar $13,495 86 F-250 $11,495
jurisdiction of the Court. the undersigned. Frank B Dorothy H.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT ........ Rt. 2. lax MS Starke. Ft. LOADED SWB 351 V-8 Auto, 30,000 miles SHARP
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. 32091. BM ft Shelby Smith S9I4 \HeRoyelle.

Publication of this Nolk ho begunon St.Avgvtnee. ft.XZM4. )joint

November S, 1987. owner, doing business under...firm '85 CHEVY S-10 $4995.
Personal. Representative name of Third Duneesloe' ........... 87 Jeep Wrangler $9495.

KIMIYO YOSHIDA PAGE (World Wide Imports). Rt. 2. Rex SU.Starke Gey I quad trac 14,000 miles A/C
Route 1.Box 224 Ft*. 32O9I. Intend to register :

lawtey Florida 32058 laid fictitious name under the ,,
Attorney for PersonalRepresentative aforesaid statute.
: Doted this 27th day of October 86 Chevy C-10 Suburban $13,495 85 El Camino $7,495"Silverado"

JOHN H. JONES Esquire 1987. In Bradford County.
DUDLEY P. HARDY. P.A. 10/29 4tpd 11/19 350 V-8 6 cyl. Topper ,

P. O. Drawer 1030

Stark., Florida 32091

904-964-5701 11/9 2tchg 11/12 Bradford PUBLIC County HEARINGThe School Board '86 Aerostar XLT $13,295 85 F-350 (4x4)) XL $12,995Terwillegar

Starke. Florida will hold a Public 460 V-8. tilt cruise
Hearing...a proposed Administrative Tu-Tone LOADED' ,
Rule and Board Policy: 6GX44.52 -
This Public Hearing will b* held In
the Com. .
An Ordinance amending
of the School -
the School Board Room -
Land Use Plan Element and
Administrative Offices 582 N.Tempi
Mop by Bradford County, Florida In accordance
Avenue. Stork.Florida en November
with the local Government 16 1987. at 7 p..... Motors
Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 Copies o< this proposed board rule
at provided for In Chapter 163 of the .
may be obtained at the Superinten.dent's
Florida Statutes.TO .
Office between 8 a.m.and 4 30
: All dtlxen. taxpayer, and other
p.m.. Monday through Friday.
person This Is In compliance with the 964-7200 473-FORD
The Bradford County Zoning and 371-1096 388-FORD
Florida Statutes Chapter 120.54 a*
Planning Board conducted a public KeystoncHgts
enacted by the 1974 Florida Starke
hearing on Tuesday. October 27.1967. Gainesville Jacksonville

on the below listed application and legislature.Jim Duncan Superintendent 209 W. Madison State Road 21

will moke recommendation to the Bradford County Schools

Bradford County Commissioners for f0/223tchg JI/5


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An old favorite event is revived in BradfordBy become old news.

!Mark Frledlin helped on the project."We had good catch." Alvarez said. "We make
BCT Staff WriterA support from the Starke-Bradford sure they take good care of the
Chamber of Commerce and our calves and hopefully they will raise
calf and chicken "Scramble", sponsor. Coca-Cola and we had a them for the show at the Bradford
an event not seen in Bradford County big enthusiastic crowd of people out County Fair next Spring."
since 1976, was revived Saturday Saturday night enjoying the snow. One of the most entertaining partsof
night,to the delight of a big crowd of We are already looking forward to the show came when the younger ,
over 1,500 who jammed the stands at bringing it back again next year." kids got to try their hands at a
the Bradford County Fairground'shorse 20 youths were chosen as calf "chicken scramble".
show arena. scramblers and donned protective Most of the birds made like the "
"We were very pleased to be able head gear(old football helmets and Roadrunner of cartoon lore when Expect more from us.
to bring this event back as part of went after their four-legged prey they escaped but quite a few were
the weekend's Riding Club events with gusto. caught by the kids and a fine time 105 W.Jefferson Street
said Greg Alvarez, a volunteer who "They get to keep what they was had by all. Starke. Florida 32091

I There Were Plenty Winners at the RacesLanda Phone MEMBER 964-7050 FDIC

Crawford of Lake Butler the Bradford Fairgrounds.LaDdaCnwford.a weekend Crawford also won a Substantial Penalty for Early
won the Coca-Cola.'futurity and ; member of the trophy saddle. WithdrawaL ,
Melinda Pringle of Middleburg took Lake Butler Riding Club combined The top four in the futurity Landa
top honors in open Jackpot events at times off 18.1 and 17.6 seconds in Crawford. Betty Everett. Ray
the first annual Coca-Cola Barrel winning the barrel futurity for top Brown and Billy Dye won red satin ,'
Futurity held Saturday, Oct. 31, at prize money of $1.728 for the Coca-Cola jackets.
Melinda Pringle. 18. of Mid-
dleburg.and a member of the Brad-
ford Riding Club won a total of$1,500in
open jackpot events. Pringle won SPECIAL PURCHASE
the derby competition open to men
and women with horses under five
r years of age. Pnngle won the derbyin
d r 17.2 seconds taking $640 in prize Chest
money.She was second in the WPRA
barrels for women only in 17.6. for
Poukin $209.52 prize money. Pringle also
Chain Saws n won the 18 and under youth barrel
race with a 17.1 time her best run of of DrawersYour
I Model 1800 the day.and$120.64 in prize money. ; j
Pringle ran a 17.1 a 17.2, and a
I Chamreg
10" Bar & 17.4. the best times of the day. Billy
! Dye of South Carolina ran a 17.4 in choice of 2 sizes
the Gold Kist open barrels. Amy
i Prevail of Worthington Springs a
$99 member of the Union Riding Club, 5
ran a 17.5 in the WPRA barrels. r= 95
I Coca-Cola added $2,000 to the ""- drawer
164.99 futurity. The prize money totaled $6 9
1.8 cu.in. engine $20,000. with the other$18,000 being ----
donated by local businesses. chest
Solid State Ignition Riders came from as far as the -
CarolInas and Indiana. = y= light
Automatic Chain Oiling yam ,
See Page 6-B

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Youth i =orJ dark

Poukin Basketball h15- finish -

Chain Sows League Begins

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BvMarkFriedlin i- ___ _
LR.M Sports Writer -
14" Bar & Chain Potential Youth Basketball
League aignees have until Saturday
morning to register for one of the
ae2.0129a.in : boys and girls teams which will com-
pete in a season of their own. --'
The basketball league is being run
by Keystone Heights High School
w Solid State Ignition varsity coach Mike Wingate and
.Automatic chain oiling volunteer Ed Teague who has extensive 36" wide 5 drawer
Only 12.00 a month experience in the league andis
R one of the founders of the
eg. 179.99
organization here in Keystone
Heights. chest
The camp will be divided into
seperate leagues for both boys and
girls and has been a real plus for the dark finish
Plant Now K1IHS boy's and girls basketball light or $999,5FREE

For A Rich Green lawn All Winter teams program- varsity which junior now varsity has three andninthgrade reg. 119.95

levels for both boys and
FPC Recommends 3-5 lbs per 1000 s/f on turf

5-8 Ibs on Bahia"1-15 Ibs on bare ground Each of the teams will get to play
CRASS I one of their games during a halftime
SEEP I 1'b' 10 lbs 50 Ib bag of a varsity home game in the KHHS DELIVERY SINCE 1923 90 Days Same as
will receive a
gym and each player

> LI 390 3.49 13.99 jersey The for league their team.is for elementary ''u L DENMARKFURNITURE Credit Terms hAvallable

students from grades four through Call $ I
six. Registration fees are $26 per

player.This Saturday will mark the first DENIIARKS LITLita. 434 W. Call StJ411 W. NEW STORE HOURS

LORWAEST' practice and organizational session ;: Madison St. Starke FL 8- 5:30
for the league so attendance is important. -
Boys practice from 8:15: J"" Across from Winn-Dtxlas Marketplace Monday-Friday
539 E. CALL STREET ONTROL a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and girls begin tNnn Dhl. D c 964-5826 964-5827 8-1
when the boys finish at 9:45 a.m. I
Open 9-6 call: 964-5745 For more information call Coach 'It'tJiyaci you.Can Do'8eu rat Saturday
Wingate at 473-2761 (days or Ed 0'
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Humane Society Thanks Those Who HelpedWeekend .-

The Bradford Humane Society Bradford says animals is well known in this area money unselfIShly to tray animals.
RevivalFirst wishes to thank the following caring "Although our fund-raising been and we are thankful for her help and .If you wish to make a donation of
citizens of Bradford County and surrounding very successful, we are still low on support.She has donated much time food or money to help defray ex-
Baptist Church of Graham areas for their tremendous funds. We do not have sufficient and money to help needy animals.We penses, please call 964-5183. If you
support of our fund-raising projectsthis funds to spend on care and treatment are most grateful to Margaret wish to become a Bradford Humane
Nov. 6 through Nov. 8 year: Radio Station WPXE, of stray animals or animals Richie for her devotion to stray Society volunteer, call the same
Bradford County Telegraph owned by indigent individuals. Our animals. Mrs. Richie houses number and Mr.Brown will give you
Rev. B.R. Harrell 7:30 Gainesville Sun, The Family Times hands are tied until we are able to animals for us until we are able to all the information necessary.
p.m. and the Merchants of Starke. have proper funding.In order for the adopt them out or, if unadoptable, 1981 Officers are:President Frank
; We also wish to thank those individuals Humane Society to operate and have the euthanized in a humane Brown Vice President Richard
r_ I j.Homecoming Sunday.: Nov 6:), I I who generously con- serve Bradford County, we must manner. She takes personal interest Solze,Secretary Edith Gowans,and
tributed items to sell at our rum have sufficient money. in all animals placed In her Treasurer Carol Solze. We sincerely
Special Singing Alton Dobbs. mage sales and for their support of Special thanks to Mrs. Marie care, seeing that they have proper hope that you will call us and let us
our Dog Wash.Their help with these Stephenson, a Bradford Humane food or medical treatment, if tell you about our Humane Society.
Pastor events has been invaluable. Society volunteer, for her untiring necessary.Margaret Richie is trulya We need the help of all citizens in
Frank Brown. 19B7 President of efforts in our behalf. Her love of all person who devgtej her time and. this area.

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THURS..WED., RESERVED-. trends in "family law" were
NOVEMBER 5-11,1997 ---, discussed at the Starke Rotary Club
last week by Judge Stephen P.
Michle,of Gainesville who has been
AT WINN-D1XI assigned as Bradford County's administrative -
January. circuit judge starting in
Judge the divorce Michle emphasized laws which changesin he said

you'll find the Finest had undergone rapid change in re-
cent years to assure women a more
equitable distribution of property in

o Quality Brands atPrices being divorce speaker placed settlements.The said on emphasis. rehabilitative is now

alimony,designed to assist the wife
/ THE ? in furthering her education and
training in job skills)in order to sup-
BO'II M Everyday Lovw port herself and dependent children
: after a divorce. He said that women
also had the right to continue living

GUARAM/ PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATIONS: children in Ute "marital were grown home",and sharing until the in

STARKE retirement benefits earned by her
OOD B / M husband.On .
= r, the other side of the coin Judge
/ Michle said that courts have
: sometimes awarded the husband
czE- alimony from a wife who may have
iDfitfyD been earning a higher salary than he
"Maid FLMsI 1MlId had. He also said that more
F.r THRIFTY MAID W-D BRAND u.s.CHOICE husbands are now being awardedthe
CATSUP32oz. CUT FROM TOP ROUND custody of children than in the
past, due perhaps to more women
u.s. cHOicE LONDONBROIL now being employed out of the home.

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News Briefs- ,


Lake Butler Man last week in Bradford County Circuit Bradford County recently by local John Henry Jensen,26, of Seffner, Springs and from a wallet at the FHP Troopers
Charged in Court but the jury recommendedthat
MurderA "authorities. FL, was arrested Oct. 31 for DWLS, Union County Times Office in Lake License
the Inmate not be executed for ,
Butler according to Sheriff.Jerry
24-year-old Lake Butler according to Trooper D. C. Roberts.He .
man killing another Inmate. Keith Jones of Starke was Whitehead.No Vehicle
McCoy Inspections
mile of
was arrested Oct. 27 and was stopped one north
charged Unless Circuit Judge Osee Fagan arrested Nov. 1 for trespass after arrests have been made.
with SR-100. He
first-degree murder in the knif- Keystone Heights on was Bradford
overrides the Jury's recommendation CountyThe
Ing of a former Union warning and trespass of occupied released after a $210 surety bond
County Christian would
receive life
athletic.Clarence. a dwelling, according Patrolman. was posted. Florida Highway Patrol will
sentence with a 25-year mandatory Kathy Mercer. Jones was found be conducting driver license and
Brown, Jr. of Lake minimum before chance of parole. in the victim's vehicle inspection checkpoints: dur-
Butler asleep apartmentafter 18 of
died as a result of being stab- Charlotte Faye Doolittle ,
bed In the neck as he Christian, already serving 30 he had been warned to stay Jacksonville was arrested Nov. 1 for ing the week of Nov. through Nov.
housing project,at 5:20: was p.m.leaving Oct.27.a years aggravated or a)1975 battery aggravated conviction assault from, away. He was released after a $315 DWLS, according to Trooper Donald 12 on SR-21, SR-lool.SR-230, SR-18
Brown was a top performer of both Palm surety bond was posted. Dean. She was released after a$210 SR-18, CR-18 CR-18 CR-21B
Beach County and robbery CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231,
the Union County surety bond was posted. Divorces GrantedIn
High School
ball and foot- from Brevard County killed Moore Jeffery Lee Baker 32,of Hamptonwas CR-227,CR-221,CR-230 and CR-100A
teams last year. earlier this year.He was Indicted for Bradford CountyThe Bradford .
Arrested for the arrested Oct. 31 for possessionof Paul Gregory Hicks was arrestedOct. in County.Recognizing
David Jerome Holton who remains was first-degree murder by a Bradford less than 20 Investigator 30 for driving under Influenceand following marriages were the danger presentedto
County grand jury.
In custody without bond, according May 2 Moore was being escortedby according to David improper tag, according to In- dissolved in Bradford County during the public. by defective vehicle
to Sheriff Jerry Whitehead. two prison officers and was hand- Aderholt. He was additionally vestigator Aderholt. He was released the month of October. equipment, Troopers will concentrate
from Alachua their efforts on vehicles being
charged on a capais after a $725 surety bond was
cuffed behind his back when
Crlstian He with defects such as bad
County charging no tag. was operated
posted. & Emit
Norma Lee Padgett May
attacked him by pushing the officers bond tires and defective
Starke Man Arrested, released a $262.50 surety brakes worn
Eugene May.
In Federal CustodyA Christian who Is 6 feet tall and was posted. Gerald Lee Brown 28, was arrested Ray Crews& Lavon E. Crews. lighting equipment. In addition at-
tention will be directed to drivers
Nov. 2 for DWLS,
Steven Reed Arnold &
weighs some 240 pounds, stabbed Jesse Willard Kight of Jackson- release who would violate the driver license
58-year-old Starke man was arrested Moore 27 times before him to Trooper Roberts.He was Arnold.
Monday on marijuana off the third-floor catwalk to the the ville was arrested Nov. 2 in Duval after a $210 surety bond was posted. Clare A. Graham & Daniel J. laws of Florida.
charges. County on a capias charging Graham. The Patrol has found these checkpoints -
James floor below. burglary of a dwelling grand theft. to be an effective means of en-
Maurice Edwards, Jr. has Sentencing has been scheduled for William L. Laney & Linda Fay
released to Bradford the and driver
been charged with conspiracy to Kight was Laney. forcing equipment
possess with intend to distribute in Dec. 7. County where bond was set at$3,000, Albert Watson Chapman, Jr. & license laws of Florida while insur-
,excess of 100 kilograms of mari- according to Deputy Eugene Lee.He Shelley Lee Chapman. ing the protection of all motorists.
juana,according to the office of U.S. Bomb Threat Call was released on his own Thefts ReportedIn Ernest Lee Bates Mary Frances
Attorney Robert Merkle. Gets Man 4 YearsA recognizance. Union CountyA Bates. Union CountyThe
Edwards was arrested at his homeon William Paul Moody & Stacie Florida Highway Patrol will
US-301 south of Starke early Mon- 26-year-old Starke man was Traffic black couple are suspected of Dianne Moody. be conducting driver license and
day by agents with the Federal sentenced to prison for false repor- Lacey Jerome Girard, 28, of taking cash and checks late Tuesday Marvin Allen Sellers & Evelyn vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
Bureau of Investigation Florida ting of a bomb. Jacksonville was arrested Nov 1 for afternoon in Union County.A Delores Sellers. ing the w,sek of Nov. 6 through Nov.
Department of Law Enforcementand Joseph Anthony Dobson was arrested driving while license suspended black male and female in their Glen P. Gray& Carol Gray. 12 on SR-100, SR-121,SR-231,SR-241,
Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms, April 17 after a telephone (OWLS),expired tag and possessionof early 20's entered two businesses Frank J. Long& Yvonne J. Long. SR-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR-229,
according to Assistant U. S. Attorney trace at Archie Tanner Funeral drug paraphernalia, according to after 4:45: p.m. Nov. 3 and while one Timothy W. Geiger& Tamara S. CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-
Jay Steele. Home revealed Dobson was the Investigator David Aderholt. Bond occupied the clerk the other one apparently Geiger. 796A In Union County.
Edwards a native of Bradford caller of a bomb report. The same was set at a total of 702.50 Girard took a small amount of
County, is on a special parole term day nine other businesses were call- was released on his own cash and checks from the cash box
of two years following his 1982 Imprisonment ed in the Starke area all with similar recognizance. at the Hitching Post in Worthington
for false bomb reports.
controlled Dobson sentenced Monday,
and distribute a was .
substance, marijuana.A Nov. 2 in Circuit Court by Judge ( .
Detention Hearing scheduled for Osee Fagan on one count of false SAWYER
Tuesday,Nov. 3,was continued until report of a bomb to four years in the .
Nov. 5. Edwards remains in custody Department of Corrections. Con- _
without bond. secutive with the sentence is six I

years probation. ,
FSP Inmate Guilty

In Stabbing Murder Recent ArrestsIn .

Bradford Prtl
Florida State Prison inmate Doy CountyThe
Christian was found guilty by a jury following arrest were made in

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Calling All Birdwatchers! DENMARK i La-Z-Boy

Volunteers Needed to Help 7M4-5Mt-9! ; ; 4-5l21' .:

(Mi.f"l:00-5:30: )Safe 1:00: ::001 I ;
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you are a birdwatcher who Is In- the key to the success of the whole
terested in helping record the birds project, and will need a quad map,
nesting in Florida, you may par- BBA handbook and field data cards,
ticipate in the biggest research project to be provided by his county coor INSULATION
ever done in our State. Field dinator.If .
work for the Florida Breeding Bird you would like to work on the
Atlas will be carried on for the five Florida Breeding Bird Atlas, please SAVE THAT ENERGY
trod of 1986-1990. contact Bradford County Coor-
Major funding for the study is dinator Jim Garrison, 533-2753 in
k "
from the Nongame Wildlife Trust Starke. If you prefer to work in Home Commercial Industrial"/ / VANGUARD
Fund, established in 1984 by the another county, telephone the Nor- : ,'
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I ObituariesMr. __ .

Eugene AlvarezMr. Survivors Include his wife, GloriaC. Sherrin Garrison, both of Connecticut /4qyw4f' 1
Kowalczyk of Keystone; son, ; two step-daughters, Helen : ;
Eugene Alvarez, 64, of Frank J. Kowalczyk of Gainesville; Peterson of Panama City and ;
Frostproof, died of an apparent two daughters, Theresa Anne Rowe Rebecca Hinkley of Mobile, Ala; i
heart attack in Lake Wales Hospital. of 'Marietta, Ga. and Veronica two step-sons, William Randol
Born in Starke, Mr. Alvarez moved Edgerton of Keystone; two sisters, Bishop of Mobile and Marvin Ray
to Frostproof in the early 1940s. Helen Melnick of Laurel Springs Bishop of Norcross, Ga.; several
He sold produce most of his life. N.J., and Charlotte Koehler of grandchildren and several great Coming Soon
Survivors include his wife Ruth; Riegelsville, Pa.; and two grand- grandchildren. s
three brothers, Herbert W. Alvarezof sons. Funeral services were held
Palatka. Lorienza Alvarez of Funeral services were held Saturday Wednesday, Nov. 4, in First
Starke Earl L. Alvarez of Oct. 31 at DeWitt C. Jones Assembly of God with Rev. Stephen
Valdosta; sisters, Carrie L. Smith, Chapel with Rev. Tom Gordon of- Pippin officiating. Burial will be in ')) 964.7631
Ann Mae Barker and Carolyn ficiating. Burial was in KeystoneHts. Pine Crest Cemetery, Mobile, Ala.,
Alvarez, all of Starke, Lucile Roy of .Cemetery under the direction of on Thursday, Nov. 5, under the !
Hollywood, Juanita McDaniel and Jones Funeral Home of Keystone direction of Jones Funeral Home of rfPloridaFederaTs
JoAnn Lloyd, both of Palatka. Hts. Starke. _
Funeral services were held Fri
day, Oct. 30 at the Church of God in Mrs. Pearl RutledgeMrs. Clarence Brown, Jr. ..
Frostproof. Burial followed in Silver 86 Clarence Brown, Jr., 19, was born sJJJFasIijons
Pearl Rutledge, ,
Hills Cemetery, Frostproof. Nelson March 13, 1968 in Gainesville, Fl. He
died Nov. 1 at
of Sunday,
Funeral Home of Frostproof was in Keystone, extended daparted this life October 27, at
her residence following an
charge of arrangements.Mr. Illness. University Hospital in Jacksonville,

Greene Born Mar. 16,1901, in Macon,Ga, Fl. at 11:30: p.m.
to cherish his is
Leaving memory
Mrs. Rutledge moved to Keystone
Mr. Henry "Hank" Greene, 57, of 1983 from Ocala. She formerly livedin his devoted mother Mrs. Nettie
Starke, died Sunday, Nov. 1, at his Keystone from 1951 to 1976. She Pearl Brown, step-father, Hubert 7 "Tlus Finest
residence following an extended il was a member of Druid Hills United Allen, father, Clarence Brown, Sr. A In
devoted sister who cherished him
lness. Methodist Church in Ocala and ,
Born Jan.30, 1930, in Jacksonville, former owner/operator of a general very very much,Patricia Brown.All :_ Ladle's Fashions"
Mr. Greene moved to Starke 28 merchandise store. are of Lake Butler.
years ago from Jacksonville. He wasa Survivors include two daughters, Four stepbrothers, Hubert Allen, j I LOCATED
member of First Presbyterian Anne Killian of Gainesville and June Jr.,John L.Allen,Edward Allen and
Church of Starke, Coordinator of Woodward of Ocala; two sons, R.H. Jerome Allen,all of Macclenny.Two J / IN
Vocational Education at Bradford Rutledge of Lake Geneva and grandmothers, Bertha Bell of Lake
Vo-Tech, and was a member of the Donald F. Rutledge of Atlanta, Ga.; Butler and Ossle Bell Williams of ,4r' STARKEPLAZA 1
Army Reserves during the Korean brother Roland Bell of Macon; nine Boynton Beach. Four uncles, 11
Conflict. grandchildren and twelve great- aunts and 2 nephews and Darren
e Survivors include his wife, grandchildren.Graveside Alexander, who he loved a lot. Clifford ,
I Charlotte Linton Greene; two services were held Spiller, Jr. two devoted friends,
I daughters, Donna Wade & Lynn Tuesday,Nov. Sat Heights Fred Jackson and Coach Haynes
Marshall, both of Starke; son Shane Cemetery with Rev. Buddy Friedlin and a host of cousins and friends
: Green of Starke; and four grand officiating. Arrangements were Funeral Services for Clarence
children. handled by Jones Funeral Home of Brown, Jr, will be held Saturday,
Memorial services were held Nov. 7 at 2 P.M. at the Union County
I Keystone Heights.
I Wednesday Nov. 4 in First High School Autorium in Lake
Presbyterian Church with Rev. Mr. Kenneth SteinackleMr. Butler.
Jerry Patton officiating. Burial will Burial will follow at Interment
Kenneth Hart Steinackle, 72,
be in Crosby Lake Cemetery at a Fort Call Cemetery. Arrangementsby
died Nov. 1 in the
later date under the direction of of Starke, Sunday, Haile Funeral Home 802 W. Oak
: Jones Funeral Home of Starke. VA Medical Center in Gainesville, Street, Starke, Fl.
extended illness.
following an Following the funeral service
Mr. Frank Kowalczyk Born April 12. 1915 in Plymouth, friends and relatives are invited to
I Mr. Steinackle moved to
I his Mother's house in Lake Butler
Mr. Frank A. Kowalczyk 67 of
five from Mobile,
Starke years ago
where food and refreshments will be
Keystone Heights, died Thursday,
Ala. He was a member of First
Oct. 1';. in Bradford Hospital following Assembly of God in Starke; a retired provided.
a sudden illness. sheet-metal worker, a veteran of
Born Mar. 1, 1920, in Coatesville, World War II in the U.S. Army, a
Pa., Mr. Kowalczyk moved to member of the Disabled American
Keystone in 1984 from Gainesville, Veterans and the VFW in

Having Gainesville, Post 2811.
Survivors include his wife, Clara
Kowalczyk was a Catholic, a retired Mae Jordan Steinackle of Starke;
paper hanger and painter, and a two daughters, Emiline Zepco and 25-Month
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races,open to women only,$300 added -
Futurity... were: 1) Amy Prevatt, Wor-
Winners in the futurity,$2,000 add tbington Springs, $253;. 2) Melinda .
ed by Coca-Cola,were: Pringle, Middleburg, $209.52; 3) .' ,
First Go: 1) Really Easy, Bob Kim Griffis,Starke, $165.87; 4) Bar-
McKinney,Illinois,$576;2) Wonders bara Cannon, $122; 5) Connie Her- ,l ,, 3
Cowboy Squeak Huber,Ocala,$432; nandez, $78.57, and 5) Tracy Keller, 4a
3) Wonders Playboy, Betty Everett, $43.65
Green Cove Springs,$288; 4)) Clouds Winners of the 18 and under class,
Quick Babe Carla Carlyon, $200 added, were: 1) Melinda Pr fi
Jacksonville, $144. ingle, Middleburg, $120.64; 2) Jami :
Second Go: 1) Blaze, Landa Morrell, $99.84; 3) Shane Mitchell,
Crawford, Lake Butler $576; 2) $79.04; 4) Nickki Turner, $58.24; 5)
Krimps Blaze, Kim Gridis, Starke, Tracy Keller, $37.44; 6) Nickki i 4 / r 4 ati
$432; 3) Lover Blue,Billy Dye,South Turner, $20.8"Winners ,
Carolina,$289; 4)) Wonders Playboy, in the 10 and under kids r' 1 rf
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$144. Jamie Morrell, $137.60; 2) Nikki .
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Blaze, Lake Butler, $1,152; 2) Betty $68.80; 4) Kelly Williamson, 3440. + r y+
Everett, Wonders Playboy, Green Winners in the Gold Kist open barrels
Cove Springs, $864; 3)) Ray Brown, $750 added,were: 1) Billy Dye,
Black Rats Bambi, $576; 4) Billy South Carolina, $581.60; 2) Amy
Dye, Lover Blue, $288. Prevatt, Worthington Springs, ;
Winners in the Derby,open to men $436.20; 3) Melinda Pringle, Mid
and women with horses under five dleburg, $290,80; 4)) Tracy Keller,
years of age, $500 added, were: 1) Si 45.40. __
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2) Rick McKinney, Illinois$384,and competition, $200 added, were: 1)
3) Leslie Thomas, Land 0 Lakes, Billy K. Evans, $212; 2) Joe Hope ,'
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19" CHEVY CITATION: extra clean,
lease. 1000 ft. C 1250 sq.ft. Hwy.
needs transmission. $400. 964-4464. 301 South 964-8848. 473-3627. 10/15 TF
Itchg 11/5 SAMPSON LAKE ESTATES Lake front CORNER BUILDING and/or restaurant STROUTREAITYIncorporated DEERWOOD S/D: brick 3/3, pool 135.000
1978 FORD 4x4: stepside, air, PS. and lake access. Lots available from equipment for lease. Will sell equipment fj, MIMOSA DRIVE:brick 3/3 custom built $ 90,000
964.8351 after 4 p.m. 11/5 2tchg 11/12 $9000. Zoned Res/mobile home. 3r seperately. Across from Santa F. lie. Real Estata Broker POLK ST: Singlewlde 2/2, CH. AC unit $ 14,000
1984 FORD CROWN VICTORIA: 4 door miles west of Stark. on beautiful Community College Best restaurant BM N.Tomato Ave.(U.S.Ml MENG DAIRY ROAD: 4/2, 2 story 12 acres $ 85,000
PB air cruise control, $3975. 1 owner. Sampson Lake ((2000 + acres) Excellent location In town. 9647188. 8/6 tfnchg St.Ir..F1 32091: ) SAMPSON LAKE: 3/2. 1985 DW. fireplace, high lot $ 50,000
964-8358. Itchg 11/5 fishing, skiing, and boating. FOR LEASE 1.000 sq. ft.. 301 South next EDWARDS LOOP:3 BR.2 Ba. 1 acre, let's go country $ 62.000
1983 ESCORT: 4 door great gas mileage. 904-964-7755 to United Realty 964-8848. 9648447. 964X931 473-309 ORANGE AND PRATT: 2/1 frame, handyman'dream $ 25,000
Asking 2000. 4682760. Itpd 11/5 eve-533-2038 Owner/broker 8/13 tfnchg or eves. 4733627. 4/16 tfnchg BROOKER: 3/2 brick and from. Shady Oaks S/D, extra lot $ 44,000
19. THUNDERBIRD: 35.000 miles Very OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT: Ideal far small 396: 20 ac. to develop inside city MENG DAIRY RD.: 2.25 acre. 3/1 CB CH/A, so near $ 40,000
nice. $7200. 7823910. Itpd 11/5 LAND FOR SALE business, utilities furnished. Convenient limits. 2 M furnished home included. CROSBY LAKE CANAL: 2 BR, 1 Ba CH/A, frame $ 41,000
to courthouse. 880 N. Tempi. Zoned mobile home park.
HOMES Ave.. 9647357. ll/54tchg 1126LOSTFOUND 1455: 2.*ory apt. housa (4). good in .....LOTS.....
cleared come. Epperson St. Crosby Lake Lot 100 ft. $ 19.800
.. 13 ACRES ((4'/ acres rest In
FOR SALE good timber): 2 BR mobile home usedas 423: Mobile on 11 ac..pecan._.2 Country Club Estate:2 lots,one acre each .r..r. :V" $7.500 B$ 8,500
a rental at entrance of property. mi. O-IOIMMII Kingsley Lake Village: 2 lots _ws t i Ac- $4,500 -eel
2 BR, 1 BA with 2-cor garage. Perfect for Several money-making pecan trees 1411:. Southern Estate '--. S ac.,, Crosby Lake Lot 2: Make Offer ? $ 17,000
retired couple. Easy walking distanceto around mobile, home. $28.000 You LOST BEAGLE DOG Femal., spayed lawtay. REDUCED Washington*Cherry St.: 2 lots $ 8,000
new shopping center. 29999. Call Finance. Call for appt. 964-6305 days or purple collar. $50 reward. Call 1439: Conrn.rcioNdgs.. a 10 city lots. Winding Tree Lake Lot 246. Florida Frontier $ 15,000
9645606. 4/30 tfn 964.6493 after 6 p.m. TFjo 9648663. Itpd 11/S going businesslAA After Hour
HAMPTON OAKS: 3 BR. 2 both home on LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964.5764; after Anne TerwUlegar Nelson 473-7541
1 acre lot. Owner will finance. Asking 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn .
$39,000. Call Trevor Waters, 473-4903 44 ACRES with 2 BR house or will divide A A A A A&A A A A A A A AAA AAA '.I!, John Reedy Lengford Cory Master Appraiser 496-2291 47S-2S97

Century 21 Showcase Properties, Inc., Into 10 acre or more tracts. 964-7771 or '
Broker, Keystone Heights. 10/22 4tchg 964-4537. 5/I 4 TFchg f
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11/12 MOBILE HOME LOTS: one acre and up. Acceleratedleafty .
Several locations. Some with hookups
all with EZ terms. Ralph Bryan .
BOATS Realty, 9646208. 9/24 TF Luxurious Contemporary Custom Homes 'iuyyfa.al.t.1 BdIR-iseoopuvre.nl.r! i |
ONE ACRE LAND: located 1 mile North ofStark. 964-4544 in design and price! -'"--_wlM we
BORUM JET BOAT: 18 ft.. 460 c.l. Ford .. 964-8852, $2500 negotiable. -CaIheoInoI.illnp
engine with chrome "goodies", drive- Itpd 11/5 1520 s. Walnut St. .Unique Form I or'rShell .Z.\eri r'.b

on blue/metalflake.trailer. Extra MUST SELL.sharp.REDUCEDTO Lt, I erI I (Hwy. 301 S.) I FREE presentation call: -FHA r\eri*r''VA..11'0 Aonpiwi l1uibllll)

S4.200ooMak. offer) 782.3660. TFjm Starke. FL REALTOR John E.Curios e United Fealty SUrVe e office:064-844.7 home: 473-3627

Wayne E. Douglas. MSA .

Designated AppraiserS -F
I Homes/ Lots Acreage/ Waterfront e

./" Farms S Commercial i

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Dining Rooms. 3BR. 3BA. Family Room w/Fireptace. Large '.

Kitchen w/Plenty of Cabinets CH/A. Serened Porch w/BBQ 9644522STARKE

Grill. Guest House w/Bath 4 Lots. .. FL
3 ACRES & CB HOME Extra Large Living & Dining Room.

2Br. 2BA. Family Room. Kitchen w/BreaUasl Room. Enclosed .

Garage. .
WHERE THE BIRDS SING Large Living Area wJF epIace.
3BR/2BA Block. CH/A. Swimming Pool. 41 Acres of Pasture .r

Susan M. Faulkner, GRI, CRB PRESIDENT Farming & Wooded Areas. Fenced & Cross fenced. 32x36 .

Cypress Barn Well & Septic. .

9{ l. !F f1L 1fX1/1{ pY; Ig.{ ROOM FOR TENNIS COURT 5Br/2B Brick.CH/A. Split .

Floor Plan Fireplace. Large Kitchen w/Lois of Cabinets Utility s
Located Hwy.301 -2 Blks S. SR.100, 221 W. Lafayette Street Room. Enclosed garage. 1 Acre. .

tr OFF HWY. 301: between Slorke and Lawtey 5 yr. old large cedar home with OWNER FINANCING 4BR/2Ba Frame Home. CH/A.New THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL

many extras on 8 plus acres. Carpet, 1BR/1BA Apartment 5 Acres. CONVENIENT TO TOWN a SCHOOLS: 3 1e4'room. I"bath remodeled. 33000.
LAND OFF BESSENT ROAD Nice building site. TWO STORY WHITE CEDAR Buy and Complete This 5BR/3B
IN ADULT COMMUNITY with water sewer, light pole for
mobile home or camper Close tcvStorke. Home. Formal Living & Dining Rooms. Recreation Room HOMES IN STARKE

COUNTRY LIVING In large cedar and brick home about I miles from Starke.. Utility Room. Large front & Back Porches. 7.6 Acres. OWNER TRANSFERRED Beautiful country e* ate designed with privacy In mind.

Over 35 acres, same planted pines. ROBINS & ROSES 2BR/1BA Frame. Stove & refiri. This custom two-story log home Include 3 BM. 2 Ba. 32x40 pool all on 5.87 acre
'OLDER HOMI In Raiford on beautiful lot. Dishwasher. Ceiling Fans. Ch/A. Urge Screened Front Jtorch.: Call for privateIng..
DOUBLEWIDI ON ONE ACRE Terms available. 22x30 barn. 3.9 Acres. ANXIOUS Saul HAS REDUCED PMCI FOR QUICK SAUl Spacious brick 4/3
THRU BEDROOM IVi bath close to Wlnn Dixie Marketplace. CH4A. fireplace, on 10 acres In Starke. Under $93.000. We want an offer
LAKE PRTVELEGES 3BR/2BA Block. M16 S/F. CH/A. Drapes
e76 ACRES West of Stark. Frontage on Hwy. 100 -M THE BEST ARIA on Beent Road: Lovely. 3 BR. 3 Ba. separate dining room
DUPLEX IN STARKE priced In the $40s. Great location. Fully occupied. & carpet Large Lot. double garage many amenities. an S acre. $110,000.
ell LOTS approximately V4 acre each :2 have septic tanks. GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD- 3BR/1 1/2BA Block. Spacious Living FOR THE GOLFERS Country Club over IVt acre. 3/2 all brkk. sunken living
VERSATILE PR?".ItTYI B-2 zoning on Call St. 3 BR, 2 bath. Room. Roomy Dining Kitchen Combo. Central Heat. Nice Lot. room fireplace ceiling to floor' window, many extra. 79500.
BEAUTIFUL B 'IO SITE: nice oaks, already has septic lank, fish pond, 1 ft IMMACULATE 4/2 In Stark. CHA. 2 car carport. 100x100 lot 53000.
COUNTRY LIVING 3BR/2BA Block. Spacious Uvasg Room.
acres overlook.ig .ompton lake. TWO CONCRETE BLOCK HOMES side by side. CH..... $45.000 each.
-M ACHES on Hwy. 100 \... approximately 1300 frontage. family Room Ch/A. 1.839 S/F. Range. Refiri & Dishwasher FRAME HOME en North Church St. Immaculate. Only' $38.600.
CUSTOM DOUBLEWIDE Immaculate, kitchen equipped, workshop doublegarag. Well A; Septic 1 Acre. WALK TO EVERYTHINOi 3/1 frame, nice lot. $33,500.

ocr.. LAWTEY 4BR/1BA Frame. Large Living & Dining -. PERSONALITY HOUSE Shaded comer lot. detached garage with shop. Move
BUY NOWO'R'UA'si PURCHASE: 3 acres, 3 BR, 2 Bo, nice quiet area pecan CALL right .In. Reduced $23.000.
Large porches. City Water, septic, large Lot. '.

-oak treas.THIS FOR IJt.OOOi 4 BR 1 bath on lot In town kitchen equipped. SELECTED PROPERTIES OUT OF STARKE

-GRAHAM block brick 3 BR, 2 bo on one acre, chain link fence, workshop. 10 ACRES -100 Bearing Pecan Trees. Bart WeD & Septic MELROSE BANK RSPOl 3/3M. over 2200 sq. ft. on 1 acre.

REDUCED to 535,000. sell.Ownerwill Fenced WEEKEND RETREAT 75 ft. on Hart Lake with 3 BR MH. CHCA 30000.
-300"ON HWV. 301 SI 2 acres has 24x60 bldg. plus MH's. Priced to 1 ACRE HWY 100. Zoned for Mobile Home .i.: HISTORIC BEAUTY 2 story. 3/2. CHCA. craftsmanship unavailable today

consider terms. 10 ACRES 13th Street. NE. Pecan Grove r.1" KEYSTONE HIGH ROXM ESTATES: 3/2 mobIl. ,--, $30.000.
.. REDUCED NIBS FOB QUICK SALE Raiford area, brick 3/2. $65.000.
los ACRES Northeast : County
Commercial C Residential Rentals Available! .
10 ACRES South Clay County. Residential/Agricultural: COMMERCIAL

3 ACRES Hwy 16 W. Good Commercial Location eCOMMUCIAL CORNER North US 301. home with 30x100 building.
Call one of our Professionally trained 2.16 & 4.55 ACRES 2 Parcels Zoned for Mobile Homes eLOCATION. LOCATION New metal warehouse. $53.000.

staff today at: 2 CITY LOTS Northeast Section US 301 SOUTH At City limits appro 27 toad frontage.US .
301 SOUTH 3 parcel from 2 to 6 acre each.
V 100 ft. THE WATER
TWO CORNERS of US 301 South SR 18. ever 2200 ft. of 301 frontage. .
9645069or LAKE LOTS Crosby & Sampson Lakes Owner Financing
-S UNIT SHOPPING STRIP on Edwards Rd. Great Investment.
LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast Section of City .
after hours call: HWY 301 SOUTH Largo Lot. Good Busmen Location We Invite Inquiries

ASSOCIATES EVENINGS HWY 301 SOUTII 5 Acres near Earleton beach. 210 Ft on On Our Other PropertiesFor
-- 4-S142 rn Hwy
L. Faulkner 9
COMM BLDG Appro 15.000 SIP Floor Space A Complete List Of Our Properties
e Lucille Spry ---------984-8420 Call Our Office .

e Bobby Biggs-: -984-7331 REALTOR ._. .


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FEMALI CHRISTIAN ROOMMATE to SEVERAL ITEMSi Answering machine HOUSE ON SILVER LAKE lovely country YARD SALE Fri. Sat., Nov. 6 I 7,,.535
title. Write ACE-A1I1, 161 S. Lin. to the Lake Region Monitor office
shore per $35 Franklin wood heat.r with .
In ; pipe
expense larg. new two setting :2BR fireplace, HSA, furnished Nightengale. Itchg 11/5
colnway N. Aurora, II 60542. 10/22 In writing and paid In advance
bedroom furnished opt $250 p.r $150; 2-department Casio Cash reasonable 4732440. 2tpd YARD SAL Sat., Nov. 7, 9 a.m. 4 p.m.
unless credit establishedwith
month. 964-8699. Itpd 11/5 4tpd 1112HAIRSTYLIST Register 5 months old. $200; 50000 BTU Is already 1151112COTTAGI Take 21 from Keystone south to C21B atMac'
NEEDED experience and window unit $130; 18000 BTU window this office.MONITOR ON SILVER LAKE 1BR HA A, Restaurant Fifth house on left.
following preferred. 964-6777. 10/22TF unit $ISO. 782.3339. Itchg 11/5 STAFF CANNOT BE HELD swivel
HELP WANTED X-RAY TECHNICIANS RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN furnished $200/mo. 4732440. 2tpd Maple bed rocker, very good
port-time days. COBRA CB BASE STATION 23 channel 11/5.11/12 shape. Many clean articles, too
Monday and Wednesday 7.12 plus on. and lower side bond with 100 ft. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
upper 1BR COTTAGE with lake privileges, numerous to mention Itpd 11/5
EXPERIENCED. CARPET SEAMER for call. AMT Flo. State registration Apply coax, 5/8 ground plan. antenna $120; THE TELEPHONE. HSAC screened porch furnished or unfurnished YARD SAil 235 Flamingo St., KH. Fri. t
doublewides. Call 782.3003.8/20TFchg to Personnel lake Butler Hospital also bassinet$20 and two car seats anda Classified deadline Is 11:00 a.m. prior $240/mo. One block from Sat.. 9-5. Itpd 11/5
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for small Hand Surgery Center 850 E. Main St., riding horse. 9642036. Itchg 11/5 to Thursday publication. library. 4737417. tfnchg GARAGE SALE large quantity of electrical .
engine mechanic. Apply In person at Lake Butler' Flo. 904-496-2323.. EOE. TWIN MATTRESS: firm support good Minimum charge 15 words for$3.50, .PRICED REDUCED on this brand new .A misc. Turn
then IS cents for each word thereafter, Ir'umblng.uppll.
Bryan Ac. Hardwar., 473-4006, Itchg condition. $1 S. 468-2760. Itpd 11/5 completely carpeted 28R home south I or the Suwon-
Keystone Hts. 10/8 TF EARN $7.7S HR.i We need assistance In BROWNING RIFLE semiautomatic.Like Beautiful kitchen and bath with Italian Dee Swlfty In Melrost. Follow signs.

LIBRARY DIRECTOR BRADFORD COUNTY. evaluating and responding to dally new $200. Call 496-2612 after Tile laundry facilities available Fri & Sat., B until ?. 4752392. Itchg
Primary dutl. Includ. Library administration work reports submitted by our agents 530.: Itpd 11/5 Located on Lake Geneva 473-2919. 11/5
supervision of staff, throughout the stole. No experience FISH POND OPEN Saturday Sunday PERSONAL SERVICES 6tchg 11/5.12/10 S FAMILY YARD SALE NAHA Street
public relations. Requirements: necessary. Paid to complete training. Monday. Behind Pine Tree Inn 100 LARGE 2BR 1'/. bath Florida room. Immaculate follow signs. 8:30Fri: & Sat., Nov. 6
M.S.L.S. from A.L.A. accredited library Work at home. For Information send South. 964-6471. $1.75 per pound. Itpd mobile On Lake Geneva Stove andrefrigerator & 7, Lots of children's clothes,
school and two ((2)) years library experience self-addressed stamped envelope, 9'/t 11/5 furnished. Laundry household Items A misc. Items. Itpd
homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free
Inches long to: AWGA. Dept..E. Box
(public preferred). Salary facilities 473-2919. 6tchg 11/5-12/10 11/5
estimates Call Rob 473-3590. 3/5
rang.: $17.500 to $20,000. Apply withresume 49204. Atlanta. Ga. 303 9. Itpd 11/5 YARD SALE lots of new ,Items, Friday C
(references Included) to: Fay. MOONLIGHTING Need extra money? BUSINESS tfnchg TWO BEDROOM HOME on Lake GenevaIn Saturday, 9 to 5. Color TV portable
Call 964-4683 after 4 p.m. Income Trimming edging. Keystone. AC screen porch no
Andrews dishwasher bed lofo/cholr mirror
Chairperson Bradford king
Call The lawn Barb.r. 4733590. Fr..
Builders 11/3 Jtchg 11/12 OPPORTUNITIESOWN .. $395. 17866044. 10/15 4tchg
Library Board of Trustees, 105 E. Estimates. 3/5 tfnchg pet trunk, compressor luggage rack,
Jackson St.. Stark., Flo. 32091. 10/29 MATURE RESPONSIBLE. HEALTHY PER. andreflnlshlng 11/5 bike baskets, propane tank ChristmasDec.
ODD JOBS BY RANDY remodeling
2tchg 11/5 SON to sit with elderly man from 9.5:30: YOUR OWN APPAREL or shoe light hauling. 473-1148 ., tools, collectablss, 3/4T truck,
TRUCK TIRE BANDAG RETREAD SALES Monday-Friday. Must be able to driveto store, choose from: Jean/sportswear leave a message. 4tpd 10/15-11/5 CARS travel trall.r eggs, roosters, misc.6738
Experience. Warehouse and plants In Gainesville for doctor appts. Sendresponse ladles Spring Lake Rd. off 21N. Itpd 11/5
apparel men's, children/mater ERRANDS let me do them for you!
Ocala and Jack.onvill. Trans-World with salary requirements to '70 OLDS DELTA-SS 435 In. GARAGE SALE Nov. 6 8 7. 1st place E.
nity large sizes, petite, Shopping post office, take you to doc cu. engine
P.O. Drawer A, Storke 32091.
Tire 3052957063. 10/294tchg 11/19 10/22 TF dancewear/aeroblc bridal lingerie or tor wrap and mall packages, etc good running condition, AC works of Jiffy (Gizmo) on SR 100. Chrome
CITY OF STARKE FIRE DEPT. Is now accepting accessories store Add color analysis 473.1068.2tchg 11/5-11/12 $350. 4737973. Itpd 11/5 bumper for Ford Bronco rear windowfor

applications for position of Brands: Liz Claiborne, Gasoline, CARPET CLEANING C 8 B Carpet & Ford pickup, TV-stsreo-radio console
Firefighter. Must be high school FOR SALE Healtex, L.vl.! Lee, Camp Beverly Hills, Upholstery, truck mounted deep 1975 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME station sewing machine t something for
graduate and Florida Chauffeur's St Michele, Chaus, Outback Red steam extraction. 473-7770. Free wagon 3 .seater 8 passenger. AC PB, everyone Itpd 11/5
License. Prefer someone with .. Genesis, Forenzo, Organically Grown, estimates. 11/5-12/31 PS Auto runs and looks good. $950.
perience. Certification by Firefighters MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low as Over 2000 others Or $13.99 one price 473.7493.11/5 2tchg 11/12 BOATS
Standard Council.Apply City Hall Mer- $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn designer, multi tier pricing discount or HOME IMPROVEMENT repairs additions -
rell Dees Office. 10/29 2tchg 11/5 NEWSPAPER .PLATES Aluminum. shoe Retails or complete building. 30 years
TREEPLANTERS WANTED: Earn top pay Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great unbelievable forqualityshoesnormal.ly experience serving Bradford and Clay 35
hp. mercury engine. Hummingbird
planting pine seedlings in Southeast for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH. priced from $19 to $90. Over 250 FLOOR Counties.SAGGING 4734018.? 5/28 Door tfn Dragging? SALE utility trailer 4'X8', $200: depthflnder. AM/FM cassette, used
135 Call
USA this winter. V.hlcl. A camper r.qulred W. St. 9646305. brands, 2600 styles, $14.600 to $26,900: House out of level?? LaRue Levelingservice Sears lawn Tractor 11 h.p. 38" cut., four times. Many extras $6,200 or bestoffer.
Contact ALICIA HAY new hay. $25. Delivery
: Superior Forestry Service fixtures .
Inventory ,
training grand all Includes rear bagger $500. 473 9022 473.2803.2tpd 1I/ .11/12
for foundation
Inc.. Rt. 85, Box 286, Leslie. Ark. available All hay In bam.7 miles West opening airfare, etc. Can open 15 your repairs after 5 p.m. Itchg 11/5
72645. ((501)) 745-8393. fcon 87-444 of Stark. on Rd. 16 Jimmy Gasklns. 4737721. 7/9 tfnchg
NEED B VERY OVERWEIGHT PEOPLE 961.8356.8/27 TFchg days.11/5 Mr. McComb ((612)) 8885228. Itpd COMPLETE HOME REPAIR: carpentry ROSS TEMP ICE MACHINE 250 Ibs. LOST AND FOUND

ready to get thin for 8.for./Aft.r GAS STOVEs 36 Inch $75. Phone 1000 SUNBEDS. Toning Tables Sunal- painting, electrical plumbing. capacity square cubes $500. Call
Reasonable rates licensed contractor 4737482. Itpd 11/5 FOUND Black bifocal horn rim .
advertising. Personal support FDA accepted %4.5681.9/24 TF WOLFF Tanning beds, SlenderQuett glasses.Found
program. Call for more Infer LIMEROCK, FILL SANDi hauled and Passive Exercisers. Call for Free color R80049306. Call Mitch, 4733940. 8/20 TORO RIDING LAWN TRACTOR: 11.32 week of Oct. 26 at FFS S LA.

motion. ((303)) 444-0516. fcan 87-445 spread. 782.3172. Allen Taylor, catalogue. Save to 50% TFchg hp grass catcher large utility cart Contact that office Itpd 11SACREAGE
DIETETIC TECHNICIAN! Minimum Lawt.y. 9/24 TF 18002286292. Icon 87-446 almost new excellent condition.
qualifications or. two years of experience ALICIA HAY Fresh cut. $25 a roll. All SNACK VENDING: hottest machine In MISCELLANEOUSPACK $1150. Call Chris, 475-1996. 11/5 3tchg
In a dl.tary program; prefer hay under born 7 miles from Stark.on years. Retire In 10 years Unbelievablereturn 11/19

training as certified dietary manag.r.Blw..kly Hwy. 16 toward prison. 964-6167 or possible 3 to 6 months. Work 1 RAT Buy, sell and trade collectible 2.3 ACRES IN FLEMING ISLAND between
salary range Is 782-3727. 64tfnAP..IIANCESI day per month. 50 secured locations. Items and antiques. Used furniture, MOBILE HOME LOT for sale in Clay County addresses 4966 and 4986 Harvey
S419.08.J667.18. Apply In person or refrigerator washer and $8,000 to $20.000 Inv.stm.nt.laoo..5428111. glassware, jewelry and much more. $2,000. Owner will finance. Grant Rd. 40000. Write or call P.JF.
send application to Reception and freeier for sale. 496-2090. 10/292tchg Ext. 7. fcan 87-447 Come see for yourself. One mile east 4732566. 10/22 3tchg 11/5 Shaw, 663 Steeple Chase Dr.,
Medical Center P.O. Box 628, Lake 11/5 of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. lawrenceville, Ga. 3O245. 404-995-8950
Butler, Fla. 32054. Equal Opportunity FIREWOOD $45 for long wheelbase 473-2183. 3/5 tfnchg evenings. 2tpd 10/29-11/5
Employer Itchg 11/5 truck load with free fat lighter PETS

PHYSICAL THERAPIST: fulltime, varied 9644238. 10/29 TF Classified Ads ATTENTION DAVIDSONS On the 8th day

outpatient caseload. Opportunity for WOOD HEATER with chimney can be used Results God created Gators...on the 9th, DOBERMANS one female, two males 6
advancement Into supervision or equity In mobile home or house. $250. Get Georgia beat them. Itpd 11/5 I mos. old. Have shots and tails cut $75.
9644238. 10/29 TF
ownership North Florida Therapy.
473-0630. Itchg 11/5
Inc.. 1.800.635.2371.Itchg) 11/5 .PUBLIC NOTICE INVENTORY
LOOKING FOR MAID Apply In person at CLEARANCE SALE. Pre-Engineered
Best Western Motor Inn, 1290 N. Temple steel buildings: ServicemenPvt.
Ave. Starke. 11/5 2tchg 11/12 Retail Your Cost VILLAS
CSR CLERK minimum 40 wpm typing 24x27x12 $6595 $2990 HERITAGE

previous experience preferred. Applyto 30x40x12 $8125 $3950
Stovall Completes Geisenburg Completes
Personnel, Lake Butler Hospital 40x75x14 $19316 $8780 700 Bradford Court in Starke
Clerk's CoursePvt. CoursePvt.
Hand Surgery Center, 850 E. Main St.. 50x100x14 $26356 $11980 Legal Helicopter Repair

Lake Butler, Fla. ((904)) 496-2323 EOE. Prices limited to Inventory In stock. Call Available for immediate OccupancyOne 1st Class Clark S. Stovall, Jr., Frank G Geisenburg son of
Itchg 11/5 now. 512-389-3664. Pioneer Building son of Clark S. and Barbara Stovallof Amelia $, Geisenberg and Frank N.

Call Systems fcan 8744OPREENGINEEKED Keystone Heights, has completedthe Geisenburg, both of Keystone'Heights
REAL ESTATE LICENSING only $195. and Two Apartments
Army legal clerk course at Ft. has completed the
17554040. North Florida Real EstateCollege.
7/30tfn week delivery. Large or small any NOW RENTING Benjamin Harrison Ind. helicopter weapons systems
EASY WORK I Excellent Assemble style. Example: 40x60x12 Is $5924; Students learn the duties of a legal repairer course at the U.S. Army
products at home. For Info. Call 50x75x16 $ For details call SCC .was te'WiUI rptlna 0 Ontrrf heM* clerk at small commands, to serveas Transportation School in Ft. Eustis,
Buildings, 800-832-5225.) fcan .Applanccs Inducing fr.stfre refrigerator battalion
an to brigade,
A-9579. 10/15 4tpd
5046418003. ext.
87-441 ... Va.The
CMimnlendy. f r ruble TV irxl tel. enlisted
and other commanders on ad. course prepared per-
11/5 OVERWEIGHT Lose up to 30 Ibs. In 30 o SpeMly designed.until for Iwvde""Aped.
SEWERS Women's apparel sewlny foe-- days for less than $50. Doctor recom .Cki_ted laundry Private patios ministrative matters and pro sonnel to perform maintenance on

tory. Experienced operators needed mended. 100% moneyback guarantee.MCVlsa ..Outside storage sompurtmsfita eSp.derrt cedures pertaining to legal services helicopter armament subsystems:
also mechanic. GVl Fashions accepted Call Veronica rleseb and to act as a liaison between unit, specialized weapons test sets and

Gainesville. 3357366. 10/22 TF 1-800-226-7546. 87-439 FROM ONLY $220. rtu.ur.nn battalion or brigade and the local ancillary equipment.Pvt. .

SIGNS I New deluxe flashing arrow signs staff judge advocate. Geisenburg is a 1986 graduateof
$259. Non-arros $239. Factory direct Rental Information available at Pvt. Stovall is a 1981 graduate of Keystone High School.

warranty (free letters.) Delivered Rental Office. or call: (904) s Keystone Heights High School.

without obligation for Inspection. Factory 964-6216 Mon-Frl 9-5PM

1-800-233-7566: anytime. Signs EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY .
LTD. fcan 87-438

TORO RIDING LAWN TRACTOR 11.32 Muzzleloading Gun Season is Nov. 6-8
REPOS hp gross catcher large utility cart.almo.t David Lawson Paint & Body Shop

new. Excellent condition. Florida's big game hunters who All licenses and stamps are
$1150. Call Chris 4751996. 11/5 3tchg available from tax collectorsand
firearms county
use muzzleloadmg may
-1985 I II 11/19 -Insurance Collision WorkCR229NW28thSt. Free Estimates take deer and wild hogs Nov. 6-8. their subagents. For additional
I Mobile Home electric and However deer must have at least information, sportsmen can contactthe
30-gal one 40-gal gas; two
Game and Fresh Water Fish
Excellent Condition electric stoves. Reasonable TPN one antler at least one inch in length
13711128. Itpd 11/5 visible above the hairline, and in Commission.

ALUMINUM TOPPER. fits Toyota ChevyLuv areas where wild hogs are classifiedas
1985 Redmon SWB $100; step-bumper off Chevy game animals, hogs must have a
luv. $25. 964-6086. Itpd 11/5 shoulder height of at least IS inches.
Doublewid SHOWER STALL 32" wide In white; Rail and Gallinule

Mobile Home folding louver door 36x80. 9648075. PINE FOREST APARTMENTS Other legal game for Seasons Close SoonThe
No cols after B p.m. please. Itpd 11/5 muzzleloaders includes squirrels,
Excellent Condition .2 and 3 BR Apt. Now Available quail, rabbits skunks opossums Game and Fresh Water Com-
AUCIA HAY In rolls, hone quality.; All and nutria. is reminding sportsmen that
2 BR from $180-$274 plus utilities. 3 BR from $200-$302 raccoons. beavers mission
under barn. Order hay for winter and
rail and gallinule hunting season
: 1984 Brigadier leav. under my barn until you need It. Control hoot/air and appliance furnished ends on Nov. 9.
7 miles North of Starke on Hwy 16 1530 West Madison St. or call 964.6312 Seasons on wildlife managementareas The Commission offers free
Slnglewide toward prison. Barn on West side of may vary from these
Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 5 Equal Housing Opportunity containing details of
p.m. which publications
Mobile Home road by split level home under pecan statewide seasons apply onlyto
hunting seasons. To obtain copies,
grove. Delivery available. Arthur private property.Muzzleloading .
Excellent Condition Gasklns. 7823727. 10/22 TF gun hunters must sportsman can contact Commission

Financing Available WHOLESALE TRAMPOLINES LOWEST carry valid hunting licenses, offices.
PRICE EVER I 11 I One month only 14 ft. muzzleloadmg gun stamps (during
For Qualified Applicant galvanized only $259.95. Christmas FOR SALEFf the muzzleloadmg gun season only)
All Bid Cent ld.r.dIf > layaways. $25 holds until Christmas.Call ..b. and if hunting on wildlife manage

lntr*.td. Call 12/17 now. Jox, 17783227. 10/22 9tpd ; Fill Dirt. Top Soil h ment management areas they area must stamps.carry wildlife

964-7050 HUNTERS SPECIAL: Pop.up camper
782-3049 after 5 p.m. Itpd 11/5 Large or Small Loads of Limerock"Tractor
Ext. 233For SLEEPER. SOFA with tabl. and matching

chair $500: baby bed with mattress Work Backhoe' Bulldozer ..
Appointment To See $125. Call 964-4602 after 5 p.m. 11/5

2tcho 11/12 964.6182.964.5823.964.6095 Durrance Pump & Supply '

U.S. 301 North, 864 N. Temple Ave., Starke a

HTT .New Hanes .Window* *Pumps *plumbing *Well Drilling, ; ,
R Idans Fainting (
.c 0 New Roof 8'..... 964-7C
.Cut Brick or .peal FadoNwQUWJhlll711tEDS I.
/[ON ALL OF .YOUR 1 1z

Work .Vinyl Siding


._ ;fIB-:1 964-6766 FOR RENT bv the night, week or month ,
D o b
of North Florida III ', p I iJ L' Cycle Repair Parts Accessories

Comer Lafayette & Hwy.301, Starkel '"'Mc.-sL! c T sruC'" (. ._, US 301 N. Starke 964.5805

KJ4afflSti. J St. lIc.# RR0052877

.....,-- Sporttairings KIWI helmets ,

$45.50 full face air vents ,

Elixson Wood Products Inc. \ $59.50
Chain Lube
t ."
I 4 4r'
Cypress Mulch and Pine BarkYou $2.50 Carlisle TIRES

130-90-16 $59.95 Cylinder Boring

Pickup or W. Deliver ;r _Face Shields I Continental Tires $20.00
We Also Have 2.50 130-90-17 ATV & 4 Wheeler

Oil Filters .5.., repairs

Red Heart Cypress Lumber Walnut Streett;!: 0a 00 1 :1.99 Ancra Tie Downs $18.50 I TuneUpsPale'

cross from post office.Starke \'

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RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month' FOUR FAMILIES Saturday 9 tll.
and up.Call Susan f. Faulkner, Broker- .- blocks North of Two CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted BRINCI JONES AND O.D. REWIS SEPTIC L 7111'.+1I
Owner at 964.5069 or 964.4048 TF Westmoreland. 10/29 TF Bakery on to the Union County Times office TANK SERVICE Septic tanks, drain GEr
OFFICI ON 301 Contact Ron Denmark SATURDAY 1 SUNDAY 8 III. 238 Laur.1Str..t In writing and paid In advance fields, lift stations, light poles and .
at 9645516. 6/25 tfn and ) unless credit Is already establishedwith wells. (Package Deal). Call :275-2268 or '. f ," -
Hickory Drive 1 block off 16 \ -41 :
2 ft. 3 BEDROOM HOUSIl $250 and $350. this office. 2752197. 9/3 13tpd. 11/26 .
on premises.ltpd tl/S '
Call 964.5377 after 3:30: p.m. 10/1 TF THI TIMES STAFF CANNOT M HELD .: .. f
YARD SALE Nov. S, 6, 7, from 9.4
bath AC 1 acre, All size beds stove, heater centralAC FOR : !
security. Responsible :''I I
adult only 9646479. 10/1 TF misc. household Items, clothes; La THE TELEPHONE. ., "" ,, ow' -
Bra for 1982 Z28 laBra for late model
ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobile home, Toyota Truck 1982 Kawasaki Classified deadline Is TUESDAY. OFFICI AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
'/. mil. from Nice ; 250 NOON prior to Thursday publication.
city. neighborhood. $400. 964.8549. Itpd 11/5 located In Union County Times Buildingat
4681323. 10/8TF Minimum charge Is 1S words for$3.50,
MULTI-FAMILY SALE Friday and Sat.. 150 West Main. Call 496.2261, for
LARGE CONCRETE then 15 cents for each word thereafter.
In more Information tfn
Nov. 6-7 8:30: til. 104 W. Brawnl_. h t
country on 2.4 acres. 473.2157 or Itpd 1115LAWTEY CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely furnlshed -

4681168. 10/15 4tchg 11/5 YARD SALE 2 blocks West of all electric central heat and

ONE BEDROOM APT. some furniture, 301, lake A Grove St. 8-1 p.m., Satur- FOR SALE air. private paved road laundry and
second floor no pets. $135 per month. day. Itpd 11/5 park playground. Near school, hasp..
9648498. Itpd 11/5 state facilities PINES SR-121 east Lake
FRIDAY t SATURDAY! NE 10 off 16 East.94p.m. .
FURNISHED ft CLEAN 2 BR mobile STORAGE HOUSES) Need extra storage Butler. Call 4962366. Two childrenmax.
homes, no pets. Accept small children Itpd 11/5 space? We have 5x10 and 10x10 mini .. and no pets, chg/tfn 5/21
YARD SALE! Frl.. Sat.. Sun., Nov.
warehouses. Hale and
Associates .lUMJ.!
Also efficiencies BUSINESS
available OR OFFICE
weekly, SPACE available on
living room suite, size bed
9648810. 10/29 2tpd 11/5 garden tiller computer queen ceramicgreenware 4963939. tfnchrg-8/27 Main Street In Lake Butler, next door to A Record Donation...
NEWLY DECORATED) everything furnish Pay Aventureland Video. Call 4960077.
ed. Laundry facilities Included. Video game., toys. 5 miles Westof balance of $279.18 or take overpayments tfn-8/6 Funeral Director Steve Futch. left and Chamber Manger Jack
Starke off SR 16 54th Ave. NW.
room available. Will accept on. child 9644324. Itpd 11/5 of $23.12 monthly. Call 12' x ..' THREE BEDROOM MOBILE HOME Eckdahl are co-chairmen of the Community Blood Drive. The plaque will

no pets. Palms Apt., 2313 N. Temple 1504) RAIFORD ROAD boys and girl. 4962282. 10/29 4t/chg. 11/19 Ideal for small family, large yard. $175 be used to record the number of pints of blood donated In Starke every two
Av.. Starke 32091. 10/29 TF clothes, TWO BATTERY OPERATED VEHICLES One per month. 4962842. tfn/chg. 10/8 montha.
THREE BEDROOM 2 Ba CB home on 5 11/5 Saturday and Sunday; Itpd 4x4 four wheeler and one coyote TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT furnished. A record 192 pints were donated In the Aug. 24-25 drive. Goal for the

acres. Can have a zoo. Locat.d on GARAGE SALE Frl 8 Sat. 4-wheeler. $60. each. Call 4963307. $170 a month plus $100 deposit. Call Nov. 13-14 drives another record.
Nov. 67. 12
Montloca Road halfway b.tw..n after 2 P.M. 11/5 2tpd. 11/12 496.0077 tfn/chg. 11/5
go. shotgun 4 shot 20 shotgun
964-7138 MOBILE
964.4402,964.4169. 10/29 4tchg 11/19 automatic pistol baby bed playpen keyboard, foot petals, rhythm bar and $165 a month. One-small 2 bedroom Blood
high chair stroller walker extras. Excellent condition.$875.or mobile Big Drive SetNext
MOBILE HOME IN WALDO $200 p.r sheets many home, $125 a month. Plus
bedspreads, carpets, 8pans
reasonable offer. Call
month. lit and last. No p.t., 4681509. any deposits. Call 431-1714. Itchg. 11/5
two 15" tires, 13"TV, 1977 Comet
or 496-2600. tfn/chg. 11/5
11/5 2tpd 11/12 THREE BEDROOM 1 1/2 BATH MOBILI
6 cyl. 7 miles South of Starke Rd.
TWO BEDROOM 1 bath mobile home on 100. Itpd 11/5 on HOME. Furnished very clean. Near Friday and Saturday Nov. cept. _a good feeling.

Grlffls Loop Rd. 100A. Partially furnlshed YARD SALE miscellaneous items Nov LAND FOR SALE .:hool.. No pets. Call 496-3760 before 13-14. residents of Bradford Countywill Nov.: IJ:14. the Bloodmobile will be

Includes washing machine. 6-7.9.4 p.m. Country Club Estates, corner 3 P.M. Itchg. 115MOBILE have an opportunity to do located at the following places and
$150 month plus $100 security deposit.Call 6th Ave. a 16th St. Itpd 11/5 something that only five percent of times:

964.6305 from 8-5 p.m., and YARD SALE Thurs., Fri.. Sat. Two pipe 1-3-S ACRE LOTS OR LARGER New River HOMES eligible Americans dodonate Friday Nov. 13: Bradford High
964.6493 after 7 11/5 TF Plantation on SR-100 Pine Tree Estateson BLOOD I
p.m. cattle truck bodies $125 each; 1970 School and Santa Fe Community
TWO BEDROOM LARGE HOME In city. Ford Calaxle 500 car, runs great SR-18 I near WS Pine Tree Estates on _FOR SALE_ 192 pints of blood a record drive College 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Bradford
$325 month. 9647826. 11/5 3tpd 11/19 clean $600; Antiques and electric US-301 near Stark. Low down payment were donated by Bradford residents Courthouse and Bradford Hospital

HOUSE stove, refrigerator. AC. motors; furniture end tables, sofa & owner financing. Hale and 12'. U' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom 1 when the Bloodmobile from the 3-6 p.m.
9647895. Itpd 11/5 chair chairs horses Associates 496-3939 tfnchrg 9/3 1/2 bath central heat and Civitan Regional Blood Center in
; two ; pots a pans, air. Must Saturday Nov. 14: Winn Dixie, 9
THREE BEDROOM) 1 bath house In Hampton. dishes, toys, family clothes, see to appreciate. $6,000. Call Gainesville visited Starke two mon- a.m. to 1 p.m.; Bradford Square 2-6
$250 p.r month. 4730715. Itpd EVERYTHING! Follow the signs in 4960071. tfn/chg. 3/19 ths ago. Blood Drive Director J.B. p.m. In a new twist to the upcoming
11/3 Lawteyl 7823969. It 11/5 CARSTRUCKS19BS SEVERAL TWO BEDROOM mobile homes Gaskets hopes to carry out a promotion drive there will be a tailgate party
TWO BEDROOM 1 bath mobile home on THURSDAY FRIDAY, SATURDAY Nov. for sole or rent. Also lots for sale. Hale and improve on that record Nov. at Bradford Square Nov.
Griffls loop, Rd. 100A. Furnished win 5-7 from 9.5 of and Associates 4963939. 9/3
p.m. Lots misc. items.In tfnchrg 13-14.
dow air $175 month. $100 security JEEP CJ7 soft top 5-speed, 6 LIKE NEW 1984 THREE 14, with food and drink for all
Hampton at Christian Church BEDROOM, 2
par miles condition The blood donation process is safe donors. Plus the Bloodmobile will
deposit. Call 964.6305 from 8-5 p.m.. sonage. Itpd 11/5 cylinder 38,000 good BATH DOUBLEWIDE. New central A/C.
and 964-6493 after 7 p.m. 11/5 I TF 3 FAMILY SALE Saturday Nov. 79 tll 3 $7,200 or reasonable offer 4963883. $14,700 financed $12,700 ceth. Mac and simple. broadcast the Gator vs. Kentucky
FURNISHED APARTMENT three rooms Corner Cherry St. and 10/29-2tchrg-ll/3 Douglas, Sr. 4961307. tfn/chg.10/8 There is no way to( contract football game so donors won't miss
and bath. Part of utilities furnished. p.m.Small appliances, dishes, Bridges.clothes, I9B2 FORD EXP SPORTS CAR 2000. Call MOBILE HOME 600 SQ. FT. Large living 'anything from donating blood ex- any of the play-by-play action.

Adults only no pets. 9645970. 11/5 misc. Itchg 11/5 4962489. Itchg. 11/5 room. Two bedrooms. $2,900. You

4tchg 1126FURNISHED SATURDAY) 8-2 p.m.. 301 North across move. Located at toe
HOUSE) clean, AC, 1 BR, LR. from Textile Town. Little bit of 1979 THUNDERBIRD: In good condition. Forest Park Apartments. Call 4963439. S
kitchen bath. $200 month plus $100 A H
everything Including baby clothes. 431.1009Itchg 115YARD Construction. 372.70291022
deposit. 9647625. Itpd 11/5 Itpd 11/5 4t/chg. 11/12
THREE BEDROOM 2 bath mobile home OIL CHANGE
) 3 FAMILY YARD SALE Frl 8 Sat. Nice
on 1'/. acre of land. Includes stove, clothes, most are $.15 each. Stereo SALE HOMES ,

refrlg.. washer dryer CH8A. $275 sewing machine, crafts, kitchen wore,
month plus $100 security deposit. Call furniture. Clark Street behind Centel FOR SALE
BARN SALE Antiques, collectibles, FILTERSPECIAL& LUBE
964.6305 from 8.5 p.m. and 964.6493 Phone Company on 301, In town middle ...
furniture misc. State Road 121 south
after 7 p.m. 11/5 TF
of block, 331 Clark St. Itchg 11/5
STATE EMPLOYEES) need home close to FRIDAY SATURDAY Nov. Rain to 235 south go 3.8 miles then left on GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1. (U
) 6-7 or
your work? W. have clean mobile Shine. North on 301 to Market Rd. CR23. Thursday and Friday Nov. 576. repair). Delinguent tax property.

homes available. 4681323. 10/8 TF (across from Farmers Market), turn Signs posted. Itpd. 11/5 Repossessions. Call 1(805)687-6000( ) ,
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE and 3 BR trailer left, 2nd house Furniture, SATURDAY NOV. 7 Behind Horseshoe Ext. GH-1136 for current repo list.
on right.
for rent In country. 2 miles out. ape Bar. Clothes, tires, toys, lamps, knick- 10/22 Btpd. 12/10
pllancss, toys, air conditioner etc. 607 knacks. There's something for _
9648661. Itpd 11/5 W. Market Rd. Itpd 11/5 LAKE BUTLER: Reduced for quick sale. 3 *
NEW MOBILE HOME 14 ft. wide, central everyone. Come early Itpd. 11/5
GIGANTIC REMODELING SALE Sat., BR,2 BA CH&A, Large lot, only $41,500 $
heat and air, furnished. Must see. Nov. 7. Something for ev.ryon.1Cloth. YARD SALE) Saturday and Sunday 8 tl. $38.000. Mathews Realty 9644469. 95.
4681323. 10/8 TF .., appliances, furniture, wood 238 laurel Street and Hickory Drive, 1 2/Stfn 14
"MpBILE" HpMES FOR RENT) Come visit
heater, knickknacks, interesting
the Check many! more block off, 16 on. State! premises._Itpd
New Mimosa Manor. us out; Items. 9.4 p.m. Flrelane 79 ofKingsley 11/5 ,
Look at all the Improvements. Lake, Stricklands
near Itchg
9647498. 10/8 TF 11/5 % : '
acre. 9644238. $250/month. 10/29 TF Nov. 7, 8.4 p.m. Maternity and other GoodwrenchIMqtofiir
NEWLY REMODELED HOUSE 2 BR, Consult owner's manual for
) clothet, baby items, small appliances, costestaae4Home your
CHSA new windows in kitchen new misc. Itchg 11/5 recommended maintenance Intervals.

carpet and vinyl throughout. Shaded CARPORT SALE) 2 family sale; piano
/ Worn-out oil carries dirt
corner lot, beautiful trees and planta.F.nc.d machine
sewing stereo pictures, Located In Union County Times Cooking Is Whore The Heart IsWhat's
- backyard carport outside misc. Items. 1430 E. Call St., Saturday building. Call for Information. ...dirt that scratches away
storage. Quiet neighborhood conveniently only. Itpd 11/5 Ouat
located $350/month plu.d.po.lt. YARD SALE) Friday at North 347 ChurchStreet 4962261. tfn. 14' cooking in American at engine parts. So
1 lease. 9648073.
Household clothes for office building. Paved parking. Good homes these days? Cooking, re- change oil regularly.
everyone! Much more, come ..elltpd I location. Owner will finance. Call search reveals. American family
496.2952. 10/29 4tchg. 11/19 life has become centered
407 W. CENTER STREET Tools once again
misc. Saturday 9.5 p.m. Itpd 11/5 around the kitchen.
YARD SALE Saturday Nov. 7, Grace INSURANCEMAINES Those who enjoy home cookingor "
30 FT. TRAVEL TRAILER slightly used United Methodist Church lawtey. cooking at home; or who would CAN WEAR OUT YOUR ENGINE.

air .self-contained full bath bedroom. Itchg 11/5 INSURANCE AGENCY! 25 E. like to enjoy it more, may want to
Must sacrifice this week. Can be seen Main Street Lake Butler 496-3978.
visit( K mart to get some tips from
at Whispering Pines, 2 miles south on Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 tfn
301 Starke. Itpd 10/29 Martha Stewart, nationally-known ORIAN WELLSCHEVYOLDS
32 FT. TRAVEL TRAILER 9644883. Itchg LEGAL SECRETARYStarke HELP WANTED cookbook author and caterer, who's-

11/5 firm needs non-smoking reliable the store's home entertaining and

a proficient legal secretary NOW. Legal CAREER OPPORTUNITY for sewing lifestyle spokeswoman. She gives

experience or Paralegal training machine operators. Offer 2 weeks paid free tips to customers on cooking

required. Salary flexible. vacation Insurance plan. 3 paid table decor,the use of kitchen prod- Hwy 301 N. Starke

F1 Green & Hobbs, Drawer 038 Starke Fl holidays and profit sharing. Experience ucts and home entertaining. Meanwhile -

32091 or call9645700T.H.E.: helpful but not necessary. We will here are three helpful hints 964-7500
train. Apply In person, Lake Butler Ap for home cooking:
parel. tfn-8/13 \
e To preheat oven
work In parts. NAPA Call 496-2345. only when specified by recipe.

Apartments tfn/chg. 10/22 Roasts casseroles most vegetablesand VSMI SERVICE GM euALTY PARTS II )l-
SALES HELP WANTED Truck tire and Bon- foods requiring over an hour of

dog retread sales positions. cooking time can be started in a -MELEE MOIO.1 GOIO.IIIOMSSS
922 E. Brownlee St. and
Warehouses and plants in Ocala
cold oven. Don't preheat the broiler.
Start locally full-time/part-time trai 2&3BR's 3052957063.Jacksonville.10/29.4tchrg-II/19 TronsWorld Tire Set oven control to broil and/or 550 S SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS' SSS S

on live airline computer Home AvailableLow EXCELLENT INCOME taking short phone degrees;place food on rack in broiler.e Let the Good Times Roll :
study and resident training. messages at home. Call for Information Check the accuracy of your ,

Financial aid available. Job Income 1(800)649-7922( ) Ed. 5-8401. Itpd. oven's temperature occasionally; a **

placement assistance. National 11/12 variance of even 20 degrees can affect
headquarters. Lighthouse Point, FlA.C.T. j Housing the quality of your baking. If

TRAVEL SCHOOL the thermostat is not registering Live Music returns To .

1-800-432-3004 964-7133 @ correctly, place a portable oven
thermometer on rack centered in The Econo Lodge Lounge
EQUAL HOUSING oven. Set oven temperature, wait

-- --- Commercial ten to 15 minutes and check ther- November 6 & 7"DENVER"

mometer. If temperatures don't agree
e Buildingin adjust oven I setting to match the (Country rock)

thermometer reading. Maintainthe .
Forest Park Apartments Starke adjustment until repairs have : $1. per person

Attractive 1 &2 BR/1 B Apts., range, been made. cover chargeMinimum ECONO LODGE
1725 sq. ft. : When selecting potatoes, look Age 21

refrigerator, carpet, cent heat & air, 36000.00 for those that are fairly clean, I)'.Checked
: US 301 N. STARKB Q64.76OO .

patio and laundry. Rents from $180. -1 9648629after smooth, firm in and well-shaped Tomatoes to 'm<<<<<< <'<<(l.<<.<<<.<<<.<((<.<.<<<.<<<.<<<<<<<.<<<<<<<<<<<<<<'<'<<<'<<<<<'<<<<<<'<<<'<<<>v,'
avoid waste paring.
$220. min. 775 NE 1st St. Lake Butler should be firm well-shaped and .

For information/application 6:30: pmFOR.RENT : fully ripe, and they should smell BABY PAGEANT

Forest Park Apartments I like tomatoes. Dry onions shouldbe !?e.A age newborn to 3 years

775 NE 1st Street >-- firm, unblemished and well- : boys & girls
(904) 496-3439 E.H.O. shaped with dry, papery skins. J.r- QUEEN & KING PAGEANT
Cooking can be more fun for the '
7': Girls ages 428 yrs
whole family when you know how .
-" 1200 sci. Ft. Iidg. to select the best ingredients and //.... t!!! A'" boys ages 4-16 yrs

LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow Ideal 'or.RepafrSbop use enerjry-savind cooking methods. // .. ;;iJJII'" Offering beauty sportiwtor Aphotofnic
.... ""
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$200 month :: ," competitions to M ogs.Cotered .

taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units. Those all- per ....-... IN Rhinestone crownsLarge
with lots of closet and all have At Rea o' ..-- '. .
electric units are spacious space -' ..J... Beautiful trophiesSavings

wall-to-wall carpeting, draperies and kitchen appliances. Onsite Moil_y TIi.Co. ........ .-,-"'- Bond

laundry facilities. R.ntal assistance available for qualified On US 301 SouthS. Screen Printed Banners

.. :,1\. ..* AL., Psid Entry to National Finals
applicants. .. LYl'ln atLynn's ; \ .. SfaIt 1000.00
fwi application and Information Savings bond to be given sway

Please see us at Gr Body Shojor .I at final.

1005 SW 6th Street : call McDoirflall .9( ,-- "'A"' _" Pageant to be held Sunday Nov.

lake Butler. Fl 32054 22. 1987 in Starke at the Country
.....___ 1.904-786-898 Martha Stewart U the author of IF' bs4a t.
Or Call 496-3141 o..........a horn entertaining and cooking books Club. For more info call: 9648549or

as well a* a profession*! caterer. 4637047IL

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Pale 10 B SECTION November$,1987 ..,

!I""*K* Tax, Protester Sentenced !:

Dan Clifton Wainwright, a Mid- come taxes from his paychecks. His ing to comply with his duty to file. 1
piherat dleburg electrician and tax protester unpaid taxes for the four years exceeded In addition to his one year
was sentenced Oct. 20 in S21.000. sentence, Wainwright '
United States District Court in suspended sentence of three years of I
xophoncuartet Jacksonville to one year in prison for incarceration and will serve five \
failing to file federal Income tax At trial defendant Wainwright introduced years probation. As a condition of i
returns. tax protester materials,including probation, he is required to file
materials written by con returns and pay taxes due and ownIng \
victed felon Irwin Sniff and the for i960 through 198 and pay \
\'", Wainwright was found guilty in Golden Means Society.Among other costs of prosecution in the amount of ,
September of failing to file tax things, Wainwright contended he $6,594. Wainwright will also be required :
is coming your way I ,I returns for 198083. He was the 38th believed that his wages were not income to reimburse the United i
Thursday Nov.5,8 p.m. i consectutive tax protester to be and that he was therefore not States for the cost of his Court- !q.
Starke Woman's Club found guilty in Florida.According to required to file. The trial Jury rejected appointed attorney, which amountsto
trial testimony, Wainwright earned Wainwright's claims that he $2,290 to date. He may also be f'
more than $126,000 in wages during did not believe the law required him assessed interest and penalties In-
those years and filed fraudulent W-4 to file a return and found him guiltyof cluding a civil fraud penalty of 50
forms to avoid withholding of in- purposely and intentionally fail percent of taxes owed.

"Pint rt M>nay rwp d." I
\,. New Yoik TiiiKt

.b lr-,_II",,brilliant tttknipu Course Nursing OfferedLocal Assistant Special Olympics
mud a rttaxfj and inform!stage manner
that vita with charm and'"'-" residents who are interestedin
The Buf&lo New a Nursing Assistant Course in Friday at BMS
Starke this winter(beginning in
January) should contact the Santa
'TW AtttINm& twnsQwamtpinyewitha Fe Community College Starke
tnamltna, blended velvety_-. Apcsitivtly Center.
etmtttJ the earn" The eight week, non-credit course See at
I Syracuse HcnU-Jounui) (240 contact hours) is designed to me
develop a degree of skill for nurses
3r aides that will meet nursing home TerwillegarMotors
"Marvtlotuf-Johnny Canon,Th Tonight Show standards.Graduates would become I I
e Certified Nursing Assistants as re- ;
quired by Florida Law. '
I The cost of the course is approx- for
imately $175, which Includes application t, 1&. New & Used Vehecles
: After a thrilling piano con- tuition, lab fees, book and ,; "
cert by brilliant young uniform. 209 W. Madison St. Starke
Applicants must take the TABE
: pianist Brian Ganz last test at the Bradford V-Tech Center. ftl" 9647200Eddie
week, the brief but outstanding For more information please call ,
: 1987 Fall Festival of Lila Yawn at the SFCC starke Starling
the Performing Arts con- Center

cludes tonight, Thursday,
Nov. 5, with a performance FEELING BENT HtaaD"
I by the Amherst Saxophone OUT of SHAPE? GHQ r 2ocf ? t'0o
I Quartet, recognized as the u/c 'ro MAKE AN "' 'ati

world's premiere saxophone (9645382)f ; APfl01i.7rMUfo
ensemble. This evening's program Quartet members Salvatore
opens with Bach's "VI Over- Andoline, Michael
Presented by Santa Fe ture" Suite and Paul Nascimben Stephen Rosen. o o
Community College, the 8 Creston's Suite for Sax- thai and Harry Fackelmanare
I, p.m. performance at the ophone Quartet. celebrating their tenth
Starke Woman's Club is free season. They are Chamber ..
and open to the public. After intermission, the Music America artists-in- VERNON REDDISH
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Indians Blast Interlachen 24-13 Face Tigers Friday Night I;

ByMarkFrledlln badly in the final three games. dians took the opening kickoff and
LaM Sports Writer .The Tigers won last week, a 20-15 drove right through the Ram period.KHHS defenders the fired a pass into the flat to Hovse- with an off-tackle plunge. for the first
The stopped
The stage was set for a big victory over Chiefland on the road defenders. The drive was aided by a Rams on three downs, but lost a plan on first down for a 14 yard down at the Ram 20.
homecoming victory and the which featured a fine defensive per- personal foul penalty against the pickup, then picked up 13 more Two plays later Hovsepian ripped
fumble the ,only to the
punt get himself on a scramble. over the left side of the KHHS offensive
Keystone Heights High School foot- formance.The visitors, but Hovseplan got the final nice-looking -
ball back in good field on a
ball team Two runs by Taylor took the home line on his way to an 18-yard TD
came through-with a big Tigers have an extremely 11 yards on his own, a goodlookingrun cornerback
leaping interception by
24-13 victory over arch-rival and talented and versitile offensive unit behind a big block by John Gard- Hubbard. team to the two on fourth down,then run. Buckwalter' third on-target
Defending district 3 2A champion In- led by senior quarterback Richard ner and Bob Buckwalter. Marty Indian QB Aaron Stanley, who en- Stanley thrilled the big homecomingcrown PAT kick of the night gave the home
rlachen in the Indians by going airborne on the final team a 24-0 lead.
KHHS Stadium. Harrison, who has hurt the : Buckwalter kicked the PAT
F The Indians, and his I Joyed his finest outing yet this diving into the endzone with The Rams put In a new quarter-
who improved their before with both his passing through the uprights and the Indians season, scrambled three times for just .
season record to 3-4 ((1-3 in the scrambling! !ability. led 7-0 with 7:33: left in the first good gains, but fullback Keith 20 seconds left on the clock.Buckwalter's back on the next series and went to
PAT kick gave the the air for the remainder the game,
Harper fumbled at the Ram 20 and home team a commanding, 17-0 lead throwing over 25 passes in two
Interlachen recovered. over the Rams at the half periods, but the KHHS deep "pre-
r KHHS Tackle Pat Burch leveledthe The Indians were forced to punt on vent" defense gave up two scores
Ram ballcarrier with two big the first series of the second half,but but would not yield on two crucial,
hits and forced the punt on the next Hubbard snared his second Interception fourth period drives to clinch the vic-
series, and Eric Taylor's fair catch of the night, and his fifth of the tory for the Indians.
r gave the Indians the ball at midfield. season, when he out-jumped the Two of the biggest defensive plays
Indian halfback Chris Register Ram flanker and returned the ball to were turned in By cornerback Tim
bolted into the Ram secondary for a midfield. Hardee, who had a pair of fourth
15-yard pick-up on first down, then The Indians wasted little time in quarter interceptions to kill off the
Stanley converted a big fourthandfive cashing in on this opportunity. final Ram drives. The second one
w situation with a pinpoint pass to Stanley rolled left on first down was especially important, as the
flanker Tim Frazier, who was play and fired a perfect,22-yard strike to Rams had just scored, had suc-
ing at full speed for the first time Eric Taylor. Harper racked up nine cessfully recovered an onsides kick
since a deep upper thigh Injury suf- the hard way up the middle, the and were poised to mount a com-
fered against Dixie County in the Register! converted_ on thirdandoneiyii eback drive.
season opener.
lSs'z y ,p j f'h3r; ail The Indians came up just short on .
third down,and Buckwalter kicked a !-'t' (.r"' .Ai !
perfect, 34-yard field goal straight
through the uprights to increase theIndians' *m."G.:
lead to 10.()with 6:38: to play .
in the first half. .......I. .", 'ofi'". .,. ..
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on their next series when Stanley f l
defense, ahead of NEED 8 HOMES TO ::
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his man and intercepted I a pass and ;' 'I" ,
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1 The senior Indian quarterback ; ; :; TRAIN VINYL .SIDING I ?,

district) with the win, now must Harrison can choose between two ," :st: fINSTALLERS)} : ',
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Kick-off is set for 8 p.m. at Tiger pery running backs, with freshman : ,. TO .QUALIFY YOU :'' Pi: : :
Stadium and the game should be a Willie Henderson rated as the : ,, ., :: ,.
good one featuring two teams who quickest of the bunch.
were picked to finish near the top of The only other loss of the season SAVE 50% OF SIDING I C T
the district standings battling it out for the Tigers came against FAMU ,i .TO fWi.TW, : :'
for pride and bragging rights for High in Tallahassee.The j
another season. Tigers, under Coach Jim '. .. ;(:!,. "J.. .' "
The Tigers (4-3) were ranked as Niblack,like to run the option behinda Y *1 **4/?'.'f.".1 J4V, ?,,':: ,"",.'i, ., .. ,!
high as second in the state standings big, veteran offensive line featur- t N ____ '
after defeating defending state ing Ivory Warren, a 300-plus right -
champion Belles 30-8 in the second tackle.
game of the season.A Warren,when he plays on defense, H.I.C. ENTERPRISES
tough, 10-7 loss to Newberry, will be featured in one of the fiercest 1ti,
who have since gone on to an one-on-one battles of the night,going
undefeated season and a third place head to head against KHHS right 2020 NE 12th Place
ranking in the state, cost the Tigers tackle Bob Buckwalter ( 6'-5" and w
their lofty place in the polls, then 275 Ib.s) in a"battle of the giants" at r Ocala, FL 32670
another loss to a suprisingly Tiger Field.
resurgent Williston squad put them The Indians played one of their CALL COLLECT 9046224963Name
out of the district picture for the finest games of the season against
season, unless the Panthers stumble Interlachen, staking out a big, 17-0
lead at the half and then holding on
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t Traffic Court Finals Nov. 3 .. r; I


The following defendants appeared Williams pled guilty NVDL; $50 months, ten days in Jail (appended .1''+, / t
! before Judge George H. court costs.aitoneU. upon payment of fine), stay away
I Pierce !In Bradford County Traffic A.Hammond pled no contest from store,violate no laws. "
I Criminal Court Nov.3 NVDL: fined$101JS. Carlis R. Manning,Jr. pled guilty ,r '
John Samuel-Hewer pled guilty possession marijuana;six months {
t-. Daniel L. Griffis pled guilty 1m- NVDL: toed tlOlJS. court probation violate no laws, '
:f proper tag; fined$101.23. Frank John Mastronardi pled guilty stay employed, $150 court costs. ,tti'i } r ,
Belinda A. Jones pled guilty no OWLS; fined$101.25. Timothy Leggett guUty of retail 1, ? ,
valid driver license (NVOL); present Donald E. Vickery found guilty theft; Salvation Army supervision
I valid license and pay$50 court DUI; fined $362. license suspended for payment$105.75. ;
costs or pay$101.25. six months attend DUI school. 50 Leggette pled guilty possession of
Billy Ray Bell pled no contest driving hours community work. Salvation cannabis; Salvation Army supervision A
l< under the influence(DUD;fined Army supervision one year. one year,fined$101.25. r .N ,
$387, license suspended six months, Marjone I..Hardy pled contest Betty Harris pled no contest battery 1
attend DUI school 50 hours community leaving scene of aDCldest150 court ; $75 court costs. (%
work,Salvation Army supervision costs. Willie K. DeSue pled guilty petit !
Misdemeanor Court theft; fined $101.25, 40 hours community
Jeffrey C. Cooper pled no contest Ire Panel pled guilty trespass on work Salvation Army super /
driving while license suspended school grounds;90 hours community vision six months.
(OWLS); presented valid license. ...under Salvation Army supervision
dismissed. one year violate no laws Roto-er Lavon Holden pled guilty
David L. Green pled no contest violate no rules of school, remain In criminal mischief, petit theft,
OWLS; presented valid finesse school employment six resisting arrest without violence;
dismissed. months ajaiihw be suspended if Salvation Army supervision one ,r ,tr
John A. McClellan pled guilty complete hours community work. year,fined$202.50.Holden + x 1
DWLS; present valid license and Anthony DeWavne French pledguilty pled no contest batterytwo + +, 1r
pay$50. retail theft; fined 9101.25. ( counts); ordered to make 1 _
Aldridge pled guilty inlprLooper Salvation Army supervision six restitituion $213.50. ,,, ,
tag; $50 court costs.
Loyal Aldridge pled guilty DWLS; '
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Calling All From left to right in the rear: Sheila Rhoden Darla In the front Linda Green.

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Brownie Scouts at the American DOES it TAKE to get .
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The party was sponsored by organized and active in We're not looking for We Finance

American Legion Post 56 and the Starke area? When I drunks or dopers, either.
American Legion Auxiliary Unit 56.
Planning the party were Browme say "organized", I don'tmean (Let THEM congregate "80 Camaro Auto/Air

leader Mary Bott and her assistant ""unionized"just somewhere else!) I guessif $595. down E-Z Payments
Sherry Davis. Assisting with the mean we need a kind of I said cigarette smok-

party were Brownie leader Joan "central clearing house" ing is also discouragedwho '81 Phoenix 4dr., 1 owner.

Danny Carlton, Warren David Bott Antoinette, Danny Davis and for country musicians in ( can complain about Nice car! will take ANY Trade-in

Richard Coss.Brownies this area to meet and par CLEAN air?), these $495. Down EZ Payments Boats Cars Mobile
enjoyed going thru the ticipate in regularly- stipulations would rule
haunted house, bobbing for apples scheduled "jam out all but a handful of 77 LTD. 4dr. garage kept by What Have You

and playing numerous other games. sessia...", with the goal of folks who really WANT to senior citizen. SPECIAL
Prizes were awarded in several $495. DN. E-Z
costume categories. forming viable groups meet on a regular basis to Payments NO DOWN PAYMENTTo

who could perform in and develop and improve our '81 Reliant Station Wagon-Like New
Free Class OfferedAt around the Starke area.I playing skills. $S95. DN- E 2. Pnyirn-nU Qualified Buyers

stress "country"musicians Ideally, these groups 74 LTD -Extra Clean E-Z CREDIT
Santa Fe Community College because past would be available for
Auto/factory air. .
Starke Center is offering a FREE
experience with playing dance music, or
$395. down EZ
program to single parents and Payments
for picnics parties, and
displaced homemakers who want to "Bluegrassers"and"Rock
start a career,change careers or reenter J 'n Rollers" has other get togethers. We're
the workforce after a break in j convinced me that they not talking money yet. 1--

employment.The are beyond redemption.While The first step is to find
program focuses on helping good people who really
individuals become successful in some of them may ChastainseZveCry & Gifts
WANT to involved.
both life and Job skills. It features be competent musicians, get
communication and assertiveness and profess to like "coun- Are YOU interested? If

skills,stress and time management, try" music the bottom so, write to Joe Steeler, '
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interview skills and information Butler. Fl. 32054.
really have a "feel"for
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