Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 4, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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OCT 091990 Inside.... .l077.70... e 1879

SKTION At 11 P..cHard YOUN 000 000

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Northeast Florida received only a fraction of rainfall normally adttorl.l..4. tRS.rrAR'y' IJ
received In September usually the wettest month of the year.hclal.. ... .. ... .. .. '.IA C'A I Of k
The area usually receive 44.7 Inches of rain during the first nine lpe..*.. .. .... ........ AMCTION e NtS VIL.L.t f"L.OR b
months of the year but this year only 22.1 Inches have fallen on ::: IDA ACT
North Florida. Bi II Poa.. ..".
No immediate relief la In sight,with partly cloudy skies projected Lei Ploiwon. .. .. .. ..... IB R L. .:
for the next several days, with only a slight chance of rain. PeRM...... .. .. .//u..,.. .1':611: _
Full moon today Thursday, Oct. 4. Last quarter on Thursday, lupperl for Troops..1.
Oct, 11 ATM Ooalris.. .. ... .. .. .MClowHM The
Expect seasonable temperatures with lows In the low 60's and Adi.. .. .'.10.". Sweetest Strawberries This Side of he*..
highs in the upper 80's. P rfrt sd.anle..11.12. 1 llth Year STARKE FLORIDA 35 Cents Copy

12th Issue Tbm-lIday.October,4.1990_ LISPS 062-700

N ot Worth va Canal Fuss Unresolved. Goes To Commission

Keystone Heights Its original level of 96 feet above sea level or tribated funds to have It widened in order to ed the canal entirely to a"l higher level which
solutions some other compromise level ranging from 94 have access to the main lake and provide for now obliterates the canal and actually serves
canal controversy to 97. In a show of support at last week's free circulation of water with the cove. as a dam between the cove and the lake.'"*
Somtnol Booitors. courthouse on meeting, the vast majority of an overflow Due to the opposition,the matter was taken Commission Chairman James Jett said that .
The by the Clay crowd In Keystone city hall stood up for 96 up with the Department of Environmental the cost of removing the fill to its former level
Bradford-Union feet. Resources and Clay County Commissioners, will be about half of that already spent.There
Boosters Club meets Due to the present historical low level in with the result that the County spent $1,800 to was no decision as to who would pay for this
Oct. 4 (tonight, in the the canal, that Lake Geneva, the flow of water between the "restore" the canal. A Clay County Public additional expense. That Is Just one of the
on N. Temple Avenue, portions of Lake main lake and a cove on the southeast corner Works crew brought in equipment to do the issues that may be resolved at the October 9
dinner at 7 p.m. and will be restored to went dry and a group of residents conwork, but went too far in their efforts and fillmeeting..

p.m.David .. .....
Lamm will be> the '" -

Democratic T I I m #) fI ii I
s o ( t; Gaskins
A special meeting of the I 1, t ; ,
ford Democratic
County -..c
Committee will be held .
Oct. 5, at 7 p.m, in the 11 ./ AndersonOn
Family Restaurant, dutch ;
dinner.All L
DEC members, _
ficials and candidates in Top
general election are urged '
tend. For Information, call Second Incumbent

Kid Printing... z Zk
I Rejected By VotersBy
The Bradford County
Department Explorers Buster Rahn
fingerprint booth set up BCT Staff Writer
Oct. 6 and Oct. 13, at Wal John Anderson got 416 votes to In-
a.m. to 4 p.m. cumbent Joe Riddick's 285 Tuesday,
Please come and have 4i $ Oct. 2, to win the District 4 county
printed. commissioin post in second primary
balloting for the SE county commis-
Elks Bazaar... sioner seat.District.

The Starke Elks and
hold a bazaar Saturday, 2 Vote:
9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Greg Alvarez..445Arthur

on North Temple Avenue Gaskins. 539
The bazaar will offer atrt

crafts, garage sale Itpha, ...... .
and cokes. I. '" I
goods, hot dogs District 4 Vote:

4-H Dane... director, shows county commissioners how man, and Commissioners E.L. (Nook) Norman and Maxie Carter. John Anderson 416
stored In metal cabinets which are kept locked. The commissioners stress they have full confidence In the county's Riddick
Joe . 285
The Bradford County -
Wilbur Water and Joe Riddick. Chap emergency medical service.
will sponsor a dance for In the District 2 Democratic se-
8-18 who are members or cond run-off Arthur
primary ,
in joining 4-H. The dance Gaskins took 539 votes to Greg
held in the Fairgrounds: of Outdated Drugs Corrected; Alvarez's 445 votes. Gaskins, the
Oct. 6, 7-10:30. No adml Democratic nominee, will face
charge. Republican nominee Marvin Rosier,

Installation S rvlc Endangered Chapman Stresses who had no first primary .
Republican opposition, in the

Installation of newly ... November 6 general election.
pastor, the Rev. Jewel supply Director Cbapma' acuruts that of the outside portion ot tne ouilding original i= inspection but did not pass Gaskins served two terms on the
be held in New Bethel up on out-of-date drugs were found. Chapman where the rescue units are Oct. 2. A new cuff has been ordered, school board, 874-82.

at 4 p.m.: Coun- said the drugs were okay for sheltered, which is like a garage, Chapman says.Chapman I II
Everyone fa inritevArts !?! Maxie use and it was a cost-saving pro- Chapman told county commissioners ,. appearing before the
. '- .. ,..... '. \,' ...;.'. ? .cedure. Chapman, said that none of ..during} ,p...inspecUojL Morv!.."."-county..commiaaion' Monday morning ,
Council... the drugs in everyday use, such as "ab ut" the new rescue unit, 1
The Bradford County that the epinephrin and dextrose-50, on No life was endangered by the out apologized for any embarrassmenthe
cil will meet Oct. cabinet rescue units were out of date.That is of date drugs, Chapman stressed. caused the county.
Tuesday Chapman, what the EMS calls its first-line County commissioners stress that
5:30 p.m., at the SFCC have the utmost confidence in Channel 4 aired the out of date
drugs. they
Center Board Room. trained EMS drug problem Friday, Sept. 28, at 6
Infrequently used drugs such as the operation.
made to assist with 'c
also stresses EMS has p.m. and an abbreviated version at
Dopamine and the
Isuprul, were Chapman
at the Fall Arts Festival
said. TV-4 said
and Oct. 27-28. three ones out of date but were still safe changed its protocol and no longer 11 p.m.. Chapman
ment forms In- for use. That won't be done any will allow outdated drugs on any the problem was corrected when _
application the HRS which
citing inspection
Hall."j of the more Chapman says. units or in the reserve supply
Arts Festival office, found out of date drugs. TV-4 also
and Drugs are kept in a locked cabinet
and Thompson Streets, aired from Chairman
inside HRS re-inspected the EMS unit a statement
the Medical
) found office-living area.
floor, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., found Carter who expressed full con
Oct. 2, and one
and Friday. Ph. 964-2657. for use supplies are now kept in locked Tuesday, only
blood fidence in the Bradford EMS pro-
Medical metal cabinets in the garage area. discrepancy, a pediatric
American Legion.. There is no way to keep cobwebs out pressure cuff that passed on the gram. h

Post post The home 56 Aamerican will on Install Edwards Legion officers Firm Files Petition for Rehearing .

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day Oct. 9. at 6:30: p.m. the of cremating medical wastes in a combined I
order in a called meeting of the Starke for purpose
All members and Arthur Catkins
Starke Board of AdjustmentSBoA bodies, drawing business from local incinerator-crematorium. However,
urged to attend. Systems, ( ), tentatively set for Wednes- and area funeral homes. the legal notice that appeared in The Dl.?. 2 Democratic Nomine*
for day, October 10. Development Authority officials Telegraph described the proposed
BHS Class of 1940. Board of Earlier this year, TESI told of- embraced idea and sold TESI a facility as an incinerator- The totals include absentee
The last planning an ficials of the Bradford County lot in Enterprise Park for $12,000. At crematorium, capable of burningSee ballots, counted early Tuesday.In .
the state-wide for
50th reunion of BHS Class expected Development Authority that it the time, TESI officials did not men- race
( Rehearing 2A) of State former
will be held Monday, Oct. of an wanted to locate a crematorium in tion the possibility of burning page editor Secretary Jim Minter, received newpaper 1,484

p.m., at Bradford FAmily Bradford County votes to 672 for
Restaurant.The Alcee Hastings, former federal
reunion is set for : judge in Miami. Minter won the
Call Carlton Chastain, Democratic nomination statewide
Dempsey Sapp 496-3288 or by a wide majority, and will face
Dowling, 9647435. Republican incumbent Jim Smith in
the November 6 general election.
Peterson Lunch... : Supervisor of Registration Neva

Pete Peterson, Flynn was happily surprised to finda
didate for U.S. Congress 34 percent voter turnout in TuesdaY'1 -
primary election,
a reception/luncheor in
substantially higher than the
Thursday, Oct. 11, at 1 _
All Democratic predicted percent.
mittee The commission races in Districts
members and the
2 and 4 really brought voters to the
public are Invited. Call ph.
polls, with District 2 casting 984
Hospital Bazaar... votes for 56 percent and District 4
casting 713 votes for with 54 percent.
The Bradford Hospital Countywide, 2,381 ballots were
will host its Fall Bazaar issued to voters, representing 34 per
Oct. 12, from 9 a.m. to 4 cent of the 6,929 registered
made crafts spaghetti ... democrats.
wiches and desserts There were no Republicans votingin
Take-outs delivered. r _, the second primary,since all their
door prizes.Proceeds. .", races were settled in the first
.._ .If' ,*
are used to primary,or shortly thereafter,when
various projects at US-301N. Ron Howard withdrew in favor of
Hospital, Including Charles Bronson.
Wells Chevrolet-Olds Monday afternoon saw Reorganization and refinancing of the Chevrolet-Olds dealership Is a Bronson will face Democrat Bob
trucks loading and hauling away new cart.Under distinct possibility allowing Wells to continue sales and service of the Crawford for the Secretary of
Upcoming... County Sheriffs Department the entire popular automobile line. Agriculture office in the general
Public meetings Chevrolet-Olds was loaded onto car carriers election.

coming weeks are: .
Raiford City Council

7:30 Hall.: p.m., Monday, Oct. 8. Open; Operations Limited Pending Financing

Brooker City Council m -
"Corporation (GMAC). outside the formal
but have not been able to agreements
7:30 Tuesday, Oct. 9 capital v
: p.m.,
Wellss told fund an agreement as yet" Orian "We're looking at some other agreement. r
Hall.Hampton City Council after- Wells said Wednesday afternoon altesrnatives. My wife and I love Nobody has been laid off. Car Mt.o
and want to here.We've salesmen have been
Tuesday Oct. 9, in when contacted at the dealership.The Starke we stay temporarily
p.m.Starke, City council : office remains open and the put a lot of capital into this furloughed, Wells said.
We have a lot of friends "Twenty-eight families depend on
Tuesday Oct. 16, In a court dealership is open to service cars. community.
p.m.Bradford. County Southeast Wells hopes to finalize a new floor here" he said. this dealership (for a livelihood),"
cars plan agreement by the end of next Cars have been Impounded on said Wells, who bought the dealer-
Oct.meets 17 at, in 7:30:the p.m.Courthouse., parts and week and to have operations back to temporary basis. Everything is being ship Jan. 1, 1985.
head- normal. done to have things back in a normal .
Bradford County School Wells "The bank was perfectly aware of situation in a very short time, Wells said the dealership is selling
meets at 7 p.m.. Monday 40 month, to
Administration is on this. They talked with us last Thursday Wells said. enough cars some per
In the Ave. bank was and told us everything was fine. Skip Pearson finance officer for break even, but ran short of working
N. Temple the Wella dealership Tom Pearson, capital.Southeast.
Board But the bankers slip around behind ;
Bradford County
and Wells agreed
father and a former car Bank
In which
claims back and do things areA
ment meets at 7:30 p.m., the Brad- not admirabJeweUs .. dear, and Orlan Wells talked to SE July 17 to extend the terminationdate
Oct. 23, in City Hall. that the"- very formal reorganization will meana bank a week ago, Wells said. "They of the formal agreement until
Starke Zoning Board and told 25. An order allowing SE Bankto
million. financing agreement with someone were preparing to do this us Sept. .
of Adjustment meets of Informal other than Southeast Bank. everything was fine," Wells said. reposses the cars and equipmentwas John Anderson
Oct. 23. at 7j>.nv. in City formal issued Oct. 1 by Judge James L.
The bank acted within the
reorganization for several Wells said be can finance the cars Wins DM. 4 Commtostan. s..tw
months. We have the sources of through General Motor Acceptance agreement but violated verbal Tomlinson in Circuit Court here.

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M TELEGRAPH October, 1990

II Madison to Be Good Test for Tornadoes Friday I

Another tough football game ball player he's ever seen, says and takes whichever option.to open. runner. The Cowboy slot man No. use a split*)dele.... The Cowboy defense rms good size,
awaits 2-1 Bradford High a*the Tornadoes Coach Roland Cummings, the Tor- The quarterback can: hand off to the M, '180, is also a good blocker. Four player go both way RB good team speed and to physical,
travel this Friday to Madison nado defensive coordinator. Wilkins fullback on the dive keep It himself Autawan Watson No.3,also plays in Frankie Wilkins, No. 41, to the.tarlike Lee.
to take on the 2-1 Cowboys, ranked has got it all, says Head Tornado pitch to the trailing running back or the slot and needs to be watched on ting defensive safety QB Rod
No. S In Class SA. David Hurse- speed, size, and familiar to Bradford = the wheel .
pass. If may look route on passes. Wifams. No. 12, is an Inside Directions.. \
teams.It's a non-district clash for both strength. "He's just a great football fans since the Tornadoes used It Two wide receivers In the veer offense linebacker. Tackle Scott Bass, No: Take MO west to the Madison
player." some years ago.Quarterback are Morris Bell, No. 2, UICH2, M, to also a defensive tackle. And cutoff. Exit 53. Drive to US-90 and
Madison lost its first game of the It goes without saying, Coach and Dale Robinson, 16512. wide receiver Morris Bell No.2,to a take a left, go two miles to the football
season last Friday to No.1 Suwannee Hurse notes, that to beat Madison Rod Williams, No. AH the Cowboy offensive linemen defensive.cornerback.. field.
High but the Bulldogs had to come the Tornado defense will have to have --
J 12, 190-13, to the starting signal good size and strength along --
from a 7-0 first half deficit to win contain Wilkins.That,Coach Cummings caller. He threw right handed and the line of Jacksonville Zee. They
21-13. Madison's Frankle Wilkins, says, means not allowing must be watched on the option are: center Kevin Andrews, No. 55,
No. 41.206-12,ran the first play from Wilkins to have a great game.To do keeper. Williams also plays 195-13, .guards Steve Ward, No. 61, Joe Riddick & family
scrimmage 74 yards to put the that, the Tornado defense must stop linebacker on defense.Quarterback -- and Derek Barrs No. 63,
Cowboys up 7-0. One Suwannee score Wilkins Inside and prevent him from Brad Rogers,No. 10, 205-12, and tackles Scott Bass, No. wishes to thank you for
followed a Cowboy fumble; another turning the corner on the pitch a sophomore to a better passer BBSscouts 58,220-12,and Darryl!Cherry,No.74,
came after the Cowboys were nailed sweep. and may start against 240-10. -
behind the line of scrimmage on a Madison runs from a split back the Tornadoes. the of
fourth down double pass attempt. veer,an option play offense in which Fullback OdeH Livingston. No. 35. The Cowboy'Defense... serving;
Wilkins Is the best high school foot ff.,. r:,,,.ft"'ftft"-.', r1a the dcfr!' ." 17 -11. to a good blocker and a hard i I Like the Tornadoes, the Cowboys
as your CountyCommissioner

I Corrected for the

the planned facility as a crematory. crematory Is ape rmissable use for but the order has not been finalized
from Pap 1A) "Despite the undisputed evidenceof this facility and TESI's willingness by the Board. past 4 years and :fo/your
500 pounds of medical TESI at the Aug. 15 hearing that it to modify its plant and its DER petition The petition for a rehearing voids
waste an hour.pathological is its intent to operate as a as indicated,this Board (SBoA) the agreement, according to one the
The Department of Environmental crematory, the board (SBoA) an- has no authority to reverse Mr. source, and the order will likely be support during recentcampaign.
nounced its determination to enteran O'Neal's decision." redrafted with much of the original
Regulation (DER) announcedthat
it order overturning O'Neal's deter- language of Aug. 15 intact.
planned to issue permit to
mination the TESI o'Neal thinks the SBoA will .
TESI for the combination facility says adopt MPaLd.Pd.fWet.awdiac
Will it Wash...? the which
reviewed Zoning Director regulations Darrell and O'Neal ad- Calming Fears... Subsequent to the August 15 writing, in its called attorney Broomten- .
vised TESI zoning February 8 that a TESI says it will take several meeting.Attorney Brown and tacit tatively set for Oct. 10,upholding the
crematorium is permissible in zon- steps to calm unfounded fears by At- ty of Starke thought they had a motion that stated in part that
ing classification 1-1 (light industrial torney Brown and Starke commis- agreement with TEST, In which O'Neal was in error In his decision \ 0 Church
TESI would not the order of that crematorium is BethalBaptlst
),upon approval of a special sioners, and will provide additional appeal a permissible.The \
denial if certain SBoA has the of hearing
exception by the SBoA. The lot assurances of its intention to operatethe language was option -
by TESI is zoned 1-1. purchased facility as a crematory.a. deleted from the final draft. Attorney the appeal for a rehearing, or \ Florida
TESI's petition for a rehearing TESI will modify its plans and Brown reportedly prepared adraft refusing to do so. O'Neal thinks the
states that City .Attorney Terence construct a traditional complying with the request SBoA will not rehear the request. 4 y$ t
Brown and the City of Starke served crematorium, with a 150 pound per >ctoberJOth.Saturday .
notice March 6 that they would appeal hour capacity, in a smaller building Y
O'Neal's decision to the SBoA. than originally planned.b. JUDY'S ATTIC 4 A .1
That appeal was heard August 15. The estimated cost to plan and t 1 CY e11 TiC}'d 1 a r
The petition states the appeal was construct the revised building will
based on three specific reasons: be substantially less than the CONSIGNMENT SHOP
.a. The planned usage, a original building.c. .
pathological waste incinerator will The pending permit applica- IT'S MOM'S BIRTHDAY SALE. Youth Night
tion with DER will be revised and
require the facility to operate on a Oct.
Sunday 14th
continual basis, 24 hours a day year ref iled, petitioning for approval of a OCT 3 THRU OCT 11 Homecoming
round. Such usage is Inconsistentwith crematory facility, with no 2O TO 4O% OFF STOREWIDEHOURS Dinner on Grounds *** Special Singing"
reference to waste materials
the requirements of Sec. 12.1,
City of Starke Zoning Regulations. assumptions attacked so vigorouslyand EYE1YQ.singing By :
.b. unappropriately at the August :
Sec. 12.1.3. City of Starke Zon-
ing Regulations prohibits any use 15 hearing. Mon-Fri 9:30-5:30 195 S. Lawrence Blvd. _wEtcoMIt Allegiance" & "Proclaim"AEROBICS
not delineated therein. A The petition continues, "In light of Sat 9-2 (next to Amoco Station)
pathological waste incinerator is not the admission by Mr. Brown that a Sun 12-3 4730274THANKS
set forth in said section and is thus a
prohibited use.c. .
The information furnished to
Zoning Director O'Neal was false
and misleading as to the nature of & EXERCISE
the business planned by TESI. .
TESI's petition says the New Class Begins Oct. 1
challenges by Attorney Brown and N
the City of Starke are premised on '
their disbelief that TESI intends to I Your help, votes and support
operate the planned facility as a
crematory. However, the petition Tues & Thurs 5:30pm
states that Attorney Brown admittedthat were gratefully appreciated Aerobic Dance
O'Neal's decision could not be
_ challenged if,in fact,TESI operated during the Second Primary, Oct. Low ImpactBandsTubing

Worth Noting w 2. Please continue to support' me ., r .. '-\Vfcigrns Toning

:Vaeclnatlns..r.:: in the General Election; N"c'' : |u Jftflfr'. Exercises

The Bradford County Public {
Health Department will be offering Instructors:
Influenza and Pneumococcal vac
cinations for$5 each, beginning Dana Crose 473-4106
Friday, Sept. 28, from 1:30-4( p.m., 10 yrs experience
and each Friday thereafter throughthe Arthur GaskinsCounty $25/month
month of October. i
Health officials emphasize the
use of the vaccines for the elderly Commissioner a District 2 First United Methodist Church
and other people with health problems
(Starke. Florida)
that make them likely
more Pd. Pol. Adv.M. for by A. Gaskins Cam Dem.
to be ill
seriously or to die from the _.
flu or its complications.

Roberts Insurance Inc.
George 1st Public Hearing Notice

986 Bradford county is considering applying to the Florida Department of Community Affairs(DCA) for a Small Cities .
North Temple Avenue community Development Block Grant (CDBG) of up to $650,000.00.These funds must be used for one of the following

((904) 964.7826 vouR n0tpen0enl purposes:
) hsWonreAGENTN.w..Yfu Mfr 1.To benefit low and moderate income persons; or
ray. 2.To aid In the prevention or elimination of slums or blight; or
3.To meet other community development needs having a particular urgency because existing conditions pose a serious and
immediate threat to the health or welfare of the community and where other financial resources are not available to meet such

Automobile Homeowner The category of activities for which these funds may be used are In the areas of housing or neighborhood revitalization and

Commercial InsuranceLife indude such activities such as housing rehabilitation, demolition of dilapidated housing and relocation of residents,
weatherization and energy-efficiency improvements, code enforcement,land assembly or dty prepartation for new
& Health Insurance construction,and physical improvement activities such as water and sewer Improvements, street improvements,or drainageand
Auto neighborhood facilities.Additional information regarding the range of activities that may be undertaken will be provided at

(r Michigan Millers Owner the public hearing.For .
%ksualkwancrCmnpsry Insurance each activity that Is proposed,at least 60% of the funds must benefit low to moderate Income persons.In .
developing an application for submission to DCA,Bradford County must plan to minimize displacement of persons as a
llStatff result of planned CDBG activities.In addition, Bradford County is required to develop a plan to assist displaced person.
_jmg.ttl The public hearing to receive citizen views concerning the county's commmunity development needs will be held at the
aa sr ra t z:;. "................, Ebenezer Baptist Church on Wednesday, October 10, 1990,at 6:30 p.m Mr. Ray Norman,.Clerk of Court, Bradford county,'

P.O. Drawer B,Starke,Florida,32091, (904) 964-6280.
Scott Roberts
,Agent George Roberts,Agent

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late Tracy Baker was a lifelong
resident of the Keystone Heights area I
long before there was a Keystone
Chiles Forced to Fire Back whistlestop Heights. He vile called up in Brooklyn a little

located about where Park of the Palmsis

To Refute Misleading AdsThe Brooklyn now. was a stop on the old

Georgia Southern Florida Railroad,
which ran from Valdosta, Ga. to

closeness of poll] ratings between Martinez or Chiles will occupy the Gover- ed Palatka running starting trains in on the a regular 1890's but schedule ceas-

Lawton Chiles and Bob Martinez should nor's office in the next four years. The last July. The track has not been taken
be a warning to Democrats that all outcome will determine which political up however.

things, including political races, "ain't party controls Florida for the decade of .The land around Brooklyn was used .rsntr
over till they re over". And over- the 1990s." for fruit and vegetable production in -
confidence has defeated an other- those early days, and the only business
many Due to its in
rapid growth population :
building in the settlement was a com-
wise viable candidate.If Florida will gain an additional four seats bined post office and general store. A : !ctrl t4' .
the Chiles/Martinez campaign for in Congress. Which party has the upper few years after the business was
Governor has seemed in the doldrums in hand when the Legislature gets togetherto started the original owner sold It to a

recent weeks things are now on the verge draw the lines of new districts for the turned member it of over the to Baker Tracy.family,who later

of "taking oft"The battle has been a bit State House and Senate, as well as
When the Lawrence Development
one-sidea up to now, with the Martinez- districts for Congress, based on the 1990 Company owned by brothers from Pennsylvania -
Stepanovich spurious negative ads at- census. bought a large tract of land
tacking Chiles on every TV channel, Dudley also points out that the domi- near Brooklyn and laid out the town of
without being challenged) to now. nant Keystone Heights, Brooklyn soon faded
up party will) determine Florida'spolitical away, and Tracy Baker helped build
But there are indications that the role on the national level in the some of the first houses in the new
"kinder, gentler" campaign Chiles has upcoming 1992 and 1996 presidential town. He later bowdltrroperty on Hut-
been waging will) soon become "leaner races. President Bush would like to see chison Lake there.

and meaner. He is beginning to realize Florida firmly in the Republican ranks Due served to as his advisor knowledge to the of Clay the area County he

that candidates have to fight fire with when he makes his re-election bid as it Zoning Board and the St. Johns River

fire, even though they might prefer wag- has been in the last three presidentialraces. Water Management District.In f

ing an issue-orientated campaign.In this capacity he became familiar 1iily
Charles Whitehead with the water problems of the area
this Chiles is handicappedby former chairmanof
respect ,
both in times flood and periods of
his $100 contribution level even thoughover the Florida Democratic party predictsthat drought. He remembered well the t
4,000 grassroots supporters have if Martinez wins in November, years of the 1950's when lack of rainfall w wtv
responded, while Martinez bas raked in "...the Democratic Party can hang it up caused Brooklyn Lake to drop to a C
$10 million more or less. for the next decade." He believes that a record low of 97.23 feet below sea level.
Now a new record low has been set witha tv
Martinez win would send tidal of
Unfortunately voters accept a wave of 96.74
many reading on September 20,1990.
anything they see or hear on TV as Republicanism sweeping through the Baker remembered the joyous occa-

gospel, if it is repeated often enough. The State. sion in March of 1968 when Lake .
first round Martinez/Stepanovich Mike Hamby,a former executive direc- Brooklyn property owners took matters -
negativism accused Chiles of being a big- tor of the Florida Democratic Party, into their own hands, and armed with
picks and shovels attacked an earthen
spending Senator who callously tried to thinks voters are just now beginning to obstruction in Alligator Creek that
kill)) a Social Security increase while rais- realize the importance of the 1990 race. prevented a stream of water from
ing his own salary. Since Martinez cannotrun He thinks this will be the most significant Magnolia Lake from flowing into Y

on his own record, he and his hatchet- election in Florida for the next ten years, Brooklyn.The .
man, Stepanovich. have to resort to and voters should not be caught asleep at return of water to Brooklyn Lake
subterfuge, and misinformation in their the switch. through the creek was greeted with 19FiR' I
cheers by the property owners who had Brooklyn Lake Scenes in
ads.Now seen their lake reduced to a series of
with only four weeks left before Mac Stipanovich boasts that "If Bob ponds br.a drought starting in the

the General Election on November 6, Martinez beats Lawton Chiles the mid-1950 s. four-year geological survey then in pro-
discuss sent to
Democratic Party will be wreck in From his observations of flood and Results of this in a report Congressman
Democrats are finally)) awakening from a gress. study appeared Bill Chappell in April of that
the of overconfidence and starting Florida." But neglects to say that if drought cycles over the years 'Baker The Hydrology of Brooklyn Lake", year.
torpor Martinez is elected for was doubtful about the lakes regaining published in 1963, showing that lake Garver said he had inspected the
another four
to realize the full significance of a POSSI- levels before the and found
their normal levels because "we just rose and fell in accordance with creek meeting
ble loss in this election.As years, the entire State is threatened with won't get enough rain to bring them the rising and falling of rainfall. evidence of a "plug"described as an
Tampa Tribune writer Bruce becoming a wreck. The present conditionof up," he said. Geologist L.O. Rowland said that the area of ground, south of Treat Road on
Dudley reminds us "The prize to be Florida's budget due largely to Mar- Baker also knew the important part sandy (porous) nature of the soil the Camp Blanding reservation.
won tinez's mismanagement, is already a that hurricane rains play in keeping the around the upper three lakes in the Garver said removal of the plug should
on November 6, goes far beyond whether wreck. lake levels up, and there had been a chain caused rapid loss of ground wateras allow more water to flow into Brooklyn,
shortage of hurricanes for about ten it flowed toward Lake Brooklyn The but added that the biggest problem
years at that time. He also believed that flow from Blue Pond was measured at causing the lake's low level was the cur-
another contributing factor in the low 4.7 cubic feet per second; flow from rent drought at that time. "Only a lot of
Graphic Scenes of Civil War lake levels was the increasing numberof Magnolia was 3.5 cubic feet per second;i rain will ring the lake back," he said,
people living around the lakes, all and by the time the flow reached adding that removal of the "plug'1would '
I pumping water from shallow wells, BroTJlOynrtlhSffBlniinished; to 1.7 cubic require. a.DER.permit.,
: depleting the ground water table, a feet"met'' "second:"''Since ground water .. ''. y...rQ
Carry Message Needed Today main source of supply for Lake should be picked up along the way, In- Apparently, iesidenrs:, tiBraoklyn,
Brooklyn. creasing the flow instead of diminishing Geneva and other lakes in the Keystonearea :
Public concern about the lakes was it, the assumption was that seepage are still as much in the dark as to a
Last week's five-night TV documentaryon far worse economic times than the reces- just as great then as now. During one through the sand accounts for water cure for their troubles as they were in
The Civil War is being hailed as a sion now apparently under way. And it of the low-level periods of the 1940's loss before it reaches Brooklyn," the 1958 and other drought periods. Tracy
has far test borings were made by a Soil Con- geologist said. The SCS team reportedthat Baker may have been right in his belief
masterpiece-and indeed it was. It could faced deeper internal divisions
servation Service team to determine it would be possible to construct that the only sure cure for a dryinguplake
not have been presented at a more oppor- than this 1990 campaign has exposed. It what if anything, could be done tostabilize three dams on the upper lakes to raise is rain and more rain.Although the
tune time when oldsters who have forgotten faced all that-and more-in the Civil War, the waters in Brooklyn and the water level 10 feet, creating an present ongoing study is still in-
the suffering of past wars, and and survived." other lakes.A 18,000 acre-feet storage at Lowry Lake, complete,the data gathered thus far In-
or a smaller area of about 9,000 acre- dicates that this .is still the key to LakeRegion's
youngsters who have yet to endure this
meeting was held in Keystone
feet with five-foot structure. All troubles.
a costs
awful experience could see the true "Never, I suspect, have millions of Heights in June 1958 when D.S. Esry, would have to be met without Federalaid
of Americans been exposed to such a chief of the SCS watershed The SCS team reported that it wouldbe
meaning war, rather than read about it colander the SCS team said and because of possible to construct three dams on
in volume of unromanticized scenes of party, used an ordinary kitchen the
romantic nature
novels. sandy of the soil, the water lakes level
the to raise the water
to show that if Brooklyn Lake hasa upper
death in battle. If we did not actually see level might not be maintained even
bottom 10 feet, creating an 18,000 acre-foot
porous as was suspected, its
This was no hyped-up reenactment of the shells and bullets and bayonets strike water level would rise and fall with the with estimates dams. Due to the high cost storage at Lowry Lake or a smaller
the greatest tragedy in this nation's we saw the grotesque attitudes in which level of the Floridan Aquifer. If this was this plan was dropped. area of about 9,000 acre-feet with a five-
history. The characters presented on the death froze these men (and boys, too)." not the case, he said, then it might be Another ineory advanced at this foot structure. All costs would have to
feasible to build a series of locks and meeting 32 years ago was the possibility be met without Federal aid, the SCS
screen were real life people, engaged in dams along the chain of lakes feeding that Brooklyn, like some other team said and because of the sandy
real life battles and lying mortally "And we saw the fatal wounds-the into Brooklyn in order to control their Florida lakes, might from time to nature of the; soil,the water level might
wounded on real life battlefields, shattered bones, the opened guts, and the levels, both in wet and dry periods.But time,"blow its bottom".In cases of this not be maintained even with dams.Due
bleeding real life blood, and undergoingreal blasted faces. A single close-up of a at another meeting held in Starkeon kind, a hole in the lake bottom might to the high. cost estimates, this plan was
life amputations of legs and arms, severed forearm, the hand still clenchedin June 26 of the same year, H.T. become unclogged,permitting water to dropped.Balter
into the until it becomes
performed with the crude instruments us- a fist, lingers indelibly as a stark symbol tionist Stanley, said assistant that State the Soil feasibility Conserva-of escape clogged up again aquifer with foreign matter, may have been right In his belief
ed at that time. of the cost of war. The hospital scenes creating a watershed to replenish waterin the hydrologists said. that the only sure cure for a drying-up
were even harder to watch. The of Brooklyn would be gamble. In lake Is rain and more rain although the
eyes Esry August 1981, Ralph Carver then present ongoing is still 1m-
This amazing montage of photographs, the men whose wounds would soon kill suggested that any effort to solve the director of the Water Resources complete, the data gathered study thus far indicates -,
letters, diaries, and even battle songs of> them..the hands and arms of the tireless problem should await the findings of a Department of SJRWMD, met with a that this .is still the key to LakeReglon's
the era were gleaned from authentic surgeons, steeped in gore." group of 100 Brooklyn Lake residents to troubles.

sources throughout the country and were

grim reminders of the costs of war in "I doubt that any pacifist organizationever Lettersto

lives, suffering and money:, at a time has had such an opportunity to con- I
when the world seems on the brink of front our society with the reality of war the Non-Custodial Parent's Rights NeglectedThere
another war that could be more that Public Television provided in this Editor

devastating than ever because of high- film. And the historical narrative, the ex-
are some parents
tech instruments of death that have been but is Interested in
left in doubt that more processing
cerpted journals, no one who have no intention of caring for their
developed in the 129 since the Civil paperwork. We have created a system
years however noble the cause thousands omen children and for them I feel shame.
that views all non-custodial
War started in 1861. There other non-custodial parents
are parents
died of Editor Telegraph:
needlessly, futilely-victims who want only the best for their who fall behind on their child support as
In a brilliant commentary on this TV folly of misjudgment, or mindlessmischance. Chapter 61.001 of the Florida Statutes children and try to comply with all "deadbeata" not as honest, concerned
to do their
masterpiece columnist David S. Broder concerning Child Support and Custody court orders, but sometimes find this to people trying best.
states the purpose of these laws are to: be a burden. For these people I feel sor We must work to change this system.
said: A) Preserve the integrity of marriageand The pendelum has too far to the
"I am not a pacifist, and do not believe swung
to safeguard meaningful family row.For extreme. Now, it Is time for equal
"It was equally significant to remind a that war is the greatest evil in this world. relationships.B most non-custodial parents life is Justice.I .

mass audience in a nation where both Freedom and Justice are worth fighting ) Promote the amicable settlement a constant struggle. How do you rebuild urge all non-custodial parents to
for, for their absence not only subjugatesthe that arise between to your life after divorce when almost half
whites and blacks are increasingly proneto of disputes parties stand up for their rights. Write your
body it imprisons the soul." your pay goes to your ex-spouse? How
blame their problems on the unfair a marriage.C do you deal with those feelings of State Senator and Representative. A
demands of the other race, that more ) To mitigate the potential harm to loneliness when you can not see your change cannot occur unless you let your
American lives (more than 300,000) were "But at a moment when the govern- the spouses and their children caused children? How do you deal with the concerns be knOWD.Remember .
lost to free the slaves than in any other ment of the United States is quite clearly by the process of legal dissolution of frustrations of changed plans or being non-custodial parents
war-and that blacks and whites together contemplating war..it is a signal servicefor jnarriage. unable to experience the everyday joys have rights tool
paid the price for that liberation." PBS and Ken Burns (the producer of These statements sound great and of watching your child grow-up? For additional help or Information, all
this film) have done in reminding us of look good in black and white, but they Non-custodial parents must realize non-custodial parents can write an

"There was another lesson, too-a the reality of the concentrated acts of do not reflect reality. that they no longer have any or very lit- organization Information called and Referral.Father's Advocacy Write to:,
lesson of survival..The nation has faced violence call tle input into their children lives.
we war. There are too many non-custodial FAIR,The National Father's Organization. -
parents who have become alienated There are many restrictions put on 1 N.E. 10th St.MUford, DeI.I9963or
from their children because of these non-custodial parents such as time and call 18007223247.
laws or should I because of the
say way money. These are restrictions a child Non-Custodial Parent
BRADFORD Co our Judicial system Interprets them and cannot understand. Why can one parent
pRI411 effort to protect our children and the when the other parent must stay at r
trgrap custodial-parent we have neglected to home Why can one parent buy gifts wE.-
protect the rights of the non-custodial and toys when the other parent can only t
to iwM.n parent. give their love? Is it any wonder our uri o
children grow up confused and are less 1
BOB G.FERGUSON JOHN M.MILLERrubUihcrs For too many years mothers,mostly, than enthusiastic about visits away
have been left to raise their children from "Home"? _
4T/ON without the assistance. of the father of
Published each and entered Second their children. The laws created in We have created a system that does
Thursday on Claw Matter at There ere two novels' burled In the
the Post Office at starke.Florida under Act of March 3. 1 879.8ubte2P52f Chapter 61, Florida Statues,should pre not safeguard meaningful family relationships 1939 New York World's Fair time
Phone 964-6305 vent this. These same laws cannot pro but promotes the destructionof
P.ODrcwer A; Stark. Florida .In Trade heo:16.00 I pw year-9.00_month tect one Individual's rights and destroythe the family. We have created a capsule: Margaret Mitchell's Gone
Trod Af. ci; t11.ooperywlClr; aOili s monlt rights of another. system that does not care to listen to the
problems which arise from a divorce, Sinclair Uwts.

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.1 STEp Weddings... Brown-Crews

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McLaughlinPadgettTo Kimberly A. Brown will be mar-
Marry Oct. 13 ried to Malcolm H.Crews on Friday,
the fifth of October at 7 p.m. at
Alma I. McLaughlin and Ben. Morgan Road Baptist Church.
.rt gamin H.Padgett announce their up- The bride and groom invite you to
coming wedding to be held Saturday share in the marriage celebrationand
: 1 Oct. 13 at 6 p.m.at First United be their guest at the reception
Methodist Church in Starko. following.If .
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to attend the wedding,followed witha presence in thought and prayer
reception in the fellowship hall. would be appreciated.
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Golden {Wedding, Day... seated table are (CI to r): Flossie Prescott Janie : GAMES 4th Annual Chl'o
Carl and Gladyrf"Francis, center, are surrounded by Thornton,Rev Henry L.McKinney Pastor of Madison
daughtersd\ friends celebrating their Golden WedStreet Baptist Church, daughter Lorraine Smith, Carl : a
ding Anniversary' at the Suwannee River Econlmle and Gladys, daughter Linda Knoll, Stuttgart, Arkan- 4
Council Congregate Dining Room Friday September sal. Elaine Gouin Keystone, and Peter Erdman, f Crafts JOY
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Engagements.,.., Gulick-Jackson Carl-Gladys v a 1 tt. i CANDY NIGHT trot DogS ;,

... Engagement Told Lisa Moody and
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Keystone Mr. & Mrs.Heights Laurence announce Gulick the of Celebrate 50th CRAFTS 90 PRIZES ;

engagement of their daughter, Celebrating their 50th Wedding Ijil
Teresa Ann, to Christopher Bruce Anniversary, Carl and Gladys Fran- To Wed Oct.6
Jackson son of Margaret L.Jacksonand cis were joined by their daughters Mr. & Mrs. Mark Moody of New The Family Alternative ti
the late W.T.Jackson of Starke. Lorraine Smith and Linda Knoll,and River announce the engagement and
The wedding will be held Friday many friends at the Suwannee upcoming
yaCe a October 26, at 7p.m., at the FirStBaptist River Economic{ Council Congregate daughter Lisa Ann, Michael L. d
Church of Starke. A recep- dining room, Friday September Tomlinson,son of Gene Tomlinson of :
tion will follow immediately in the 28th.Married Olustee and Mrs. Joe Contois of Old prizes
church fellowship hall. Sept. 27, 1940 at Groton, Town. [arnival
The bride-elect, who graduated New York, Carl and Gladys moved The wedding will be held October
from Keystone Heights High School to Florida in 1976. 6.
and Florida Junior College, Is a Carl worked as custodian at the The bride graduated from Brad B
registered nurse at Shands Hospitalin High School here several-years. In ford High School. The groom 5.00 Pm
Gainesville. The groom-to-be New York, he worked in salt r.dncs graduated fUnion High School. Begins at :3M
from Bradford
graduated High
School and Florida Junior Collegeand as driller and blaster,sometimes as ...........................
half mile under in
W much as ground,
is' the of
Jackson presently Building manager Supply In York.the "finger lakes" region of New BIIS Class of 1940 :.1 P

4 Keystone Heights.' He also did construction work and Reunion, Oct. 12-13
Bruce and Teresa Invite all their !'
"'.. friends and relatives to share with some farming, and worked at a .
The BHS Class of 1940 will hold its fPrizeveaway '
Vanessa flatten them in this happy occasion. Smith-Corona' typewriter plant In 50th Reunion on Friday and Saturday IiI'
and Raymond Fayo II' Groton. ,Oct. 12-13. It will kick-off with a 9
r "Get Re-acquainted Hour" on Fri- pm i.h
I. Woman's Club day starting at 8 p.m.,followed by abufltet
Hatton-Fayo Meeting WednesdayThe dinner on Saturday from 8 til
Engagement ToldMr. Woman's Club of Starke will Reservations must be made no .1
& Mrs. C.B. Hatton of hold its monthly luncheon meeting in later than Monday, Oct. 8,with a$25
Keystone announce the engagementof the club house at 11:30 a.m.Wednes- fee per person. Mail to BHS Class of Maxville Assembly ;1)IP'
their daughter, Vanessa Ann, to \\ day, Oct. 10.Education. 1940 Reunion, Box 958 Starke 32091. J
Raymond Joseph Fayo II,son of Mr.It ": ;' Chairman Jane An Open House will be held from 3 J
Mrs. R.J. Fayo. Raymond is the : .. .' ,c" .i Trawick and her committee, com- to Sp.m. on Saturday for family, of God
grandson of former long-time Starke .I. posed of Marty Barry, Beverly friends, teachers and classmates
residents Mr. &Mrs. Otto Siemer. Blackshear, Shirley Douglas, old or new to come by and visit. All
Vanessa and Raymond are both : //i'\. \. Maymie Dupre, Jeanette KIncaid, events will! be held at the Bradford Maxville Florida 32234 I
I graduates of Keystone Heights High Libby Macomb, Leila Mundy, Joyce County Fair building.
I School. Vanessa is employed with Riherd, Eunice Searing and Lillian
i Clay Electric Employees Credit '. / Stump, will be presenting the,program Am. Leg. AuxiliaryTo For additional informationCall
I 1 Union. Raymond is employed, with ..," .... and serving the lunch. Install OfficersThe
''* Johnson's Auto Center.; I : \
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at Community Church.I ;'Post 56, will meet for installation (904
1 BJi 'lf bnuoi? tnli i '(l'lAllffrlend4J''j\I1'i'elatil.JtIWllibvited oi ,luo.-.. Officers at a covered dish.buppereozf'I'tlbdday ] r
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.. .Couples Given tables with with all the parents,Horace and l:8U1er Sanders
Party collectible antiquesplaced piece cutlery set as a momento of complete trimmings or homemade
Vickie Thomas Thomas-Smith at vantage points. Everyone the occasion. were served. Her grandmother, appeared with a churn his birthday
dressed in country attire. Julia Alvarez, baked a Winnie-the- ice cream to celebrate
Honored ,bak-
at ShowerVicki Vicki Thomas and Gordon Smith The highlight of the evening was Miss Meghan Miscally Pooh birthday cake. Party decorations His aunt,Kathleen Marchant and his sister,
Thomas, Oct. 27 bride-elect were honored at a couples party on when the couple arrived at the party Celebrates 1 Year were in the Sesame Street ed a birthday cake with his nephew
of Gordon Smith, was honored at a Saturday Sept. 22 at the UCI Train- by horse and buggy, driven by Mr. theme. JoAnn Wall, along also enjoyed -
miscellaneous shower Sept. 11 at the ing Center. The honored couple, Dave Gassett. Last Saturday,little Miss Meghan Happy birthday, Meghan I Chris,all Joined in the patty, ,
First United Methodist Church. heir parents and members of the Hosting the party were Mr.&Mrs. .Miscally celebrated her first birthday by his own children
Hostesses for the event were Mrs. wedding party, were treated to a Bobby Biggs, Mr. & Mrs. Rod at her home. Meghan Is the Birthday Party Richard and Christina.
Terri Wilson, Mrs. Linda Cochran, country dinner with all the trimm- Hansen, Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence daughter of Rhonda and Russ John WalkerWhile Happy birthday,John Wayne.
Mrs. Linda Bowen and Miss Dana ings.A. Mosley, Mr. & Mrs. Harry Tison MlscaUy Lawtey. Surprises
Bowen. country theme was used Mr. & Mrs. Robert Underhill, andMr. Many friends and family planning to sit back and en-
The refreshment table was throughout the room. Red & white & Mrs. Arthur Winkler. members joined Meghan In her joy ball games with his childrenJohn Rescue Dial 911
covered with an Ivory lace check tablecloths covered the The couple were given a twelve- celebration. After opening her Rifts, Wayne Walker was surprisedon
tablecloth, centered with an ar- grilled hamburgers and hptdogs, his birthday, Sept. 29, when his
rangement of mixed! flowers. The E7"" I __ d- I
guests were served a variety of
finger foods, cake and punch. The
I hostesses presented Vicki with
several pieces of her chosen china as Country Pride
a momento of the occasion. -

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Vicky Ann Goodowns
"Jeanie" Contestant from Starke

Local ResidentIs I Prices I in this RED DELICIOUS

| ad are goodMonday
'Jeanie'Contestant Oct. 1
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thru Sunday, APPLES

Oct. 7, 1990.
Vicky Ann Goodowns of Starke is a "" "" "' '
1990 contestant In the 40th annual
"Jeanie With The Light Brown iifif 7' _
Hair" for which auditions are set WigW-Q
Oct. 5-6 at the Stephen Foster State 0 $ 99
Folk ings. Culture Center in White Spr wi

Vicky Is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Goodowns of Starke. Farms Grade A
The 1990 "Jeanie" competitionwill 5 Lb. Bag
feature 18 young women of
college-age vying for the title of Regular/Jumbo Pack
"Jeanie With The Light Brown
Hair" and $1,000 in scholarship %
money to be used toward furthering CHICKEN BREAST orth; :
their musical education. Four '
runners-up will be named "Jeanie
Maids" and receive $500 each in
See Our
miiaic scholarhip funds.A .
distinguished panel of out-of- Selection Of
state judges will choose the new These Fall
"Jea e"based on interviews,auditions
and a public concert given Variety Items!
during the two-day event. Each girl $158L O ORNAMENTAL GOURDS ROME O
entered in the competition must be a MINI PUMPKINSIINDIAN/
voice student who is capable of giving CORNIPIE/ PUMPKINS/
a credible radio, television or
concert appearance, and must FRESH CIDER/CARAMEL/
receive sponsorship from her COVERED APPLES
hometown music club. A ball, opento IPP u
the public,honoring the girls and
their families will be held Oct. 5
beginning at 8:30 p.m.at the Stephen
Foster Center. .
The winners of the competition ,. ..,,,
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will be named following Saturday's Fresh Florida Citrus'PINKWHITE1st
public concert in which the girls will 5 Lb. Bag
wear colorful 1854-style, Foster era,
gowns.The public concert will beginat Of The Season
10:30: a.m. on the east veranda of
the Visitor Center, with seating for
the audience on the shady front ROAST

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Announcing... .

...Ryan Luke Ashley ORANGES
Douglas and Sherry Ashley an-
nounce the birth of a son, Ryan .
Luke, born Aug. 22 at North Fla.
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Gainesville. He weighed 8 lb., _
measuring 21 inches long.

Mrs.Maternal Gene grandparents Ross of Starke.are Great-Mr. & 8 Oz. Mueller's ElbowMACARONI 32 Oz. Mazola 4 Oz. Frozen BeefBeanRedChiliBeefBeanGreen

grandmother Is Ms. Dcrothy Chili/
Crawford of Starke. .
Adel Paternal Starling grandmother of Starke;is great-Mrs. F\'iclIr i CORN OIL Bean & Cheese

grandmother Is Mrs. Lois Tanner of oiimowsES

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proud to announce the birth of a
son Andrew Lee Hunter born August _
24, 1990 in Gainesville, Florida. ._ I
Maternal Grandmother is Mrs. ..
Juanita Pearsall of Starke and

Mrs.Paternal Larry Grandparents Hunter of Rochester are Mr.,and In. 39 Oz. 40" Off I 48 Oz. Dish Detergent I. Assorted Sizes & Flavors

Brittany. and Renee Mrs. Richard ErgleMr. Nelson GAIN DETERGENT DOVE LIQUID "MOR FROZEN EEZ ER QUEEN
Ergle proudly announces the birth of DINNERSFREEZER
a girl Brittany Renee' Ergle on
August 20, 1990 in Gainesville,

Paul Florida.and Maternal Peggy Brooks Grandparents of Starke.are $159 $199
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Paternal Bell Grant Grandparents of Griffin,are Georgia.Louis

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ed to be, fixture and'a part of the real 04316-0-00300, lot 3, and 4 of Block 3 In
y- tlncoln City; 32.6S-22. USDA Distribution Dates Set
I NoticesNOTICE I has been filed agaln.t you, and you Name
Legal are required to serve a copy of your .' WILLIAMS (LOT 3)), A.J. WILLIAMS. (LOT Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc., announces the following dates
written defenses If any to this action 4)).- for distribution of USDA commodities. Qualifications guidelines and In-

on ROGER D. BEAR of ANDERSON t' All of said property being In the County come eligibility scale information may be obtained from the Suwannee

OF INTENTIONTO BUSH Attorney for Plaintiff whose aa? of Bradford State of Florida. River Economic Council, Inc.

REGISTER INVITATION FOR BIDS dress Is 322 East Central Boulevard Unless sold certificate or certificates Commodities must be picked up only at the site designated on the card.

FICTITIOUS NAME The City of Starke, Florida will Orlando Florida 32801 and file the hall be redeemed according to law the You must present your current card to receive commodities. You or eitherof

Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida receive Bids for Enterprise Park Gravity original with the Clerk of the above styled property described In such certificate or two designated alternates may pick up the commodities.

.Statutes, nolle I. hereby Sewer Tleln until 10:00: a.m. local time Court on or before the 18th day of October certificates will be sold to the highest Distribution site and dates are as follows:
that the
undersigned, Tina A given on the 8th day of October 1990 City- 1990; otherwise a judgement maybe bidder at the court house front door on OCT 8-19: STARKE: SREC Outreach Center, 134 E. South Street, 9:00:

Chlppewa Av. George Ogg 9709 Hall 209 North Thompson Street P.O. entered again you for the relief the 26th day of October, 1990. am.4 p.m.Flour .

32656, joint owner, Keystone, doing Heights business, Fl Drawer C, Starke, Florida 32091, at demanded In the Complaint. Dated this 7th day of September, 1990. peanut butter, green beansand Raisins will be distributed this
under the which time all Bids will be publicly opened WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL OF RAY NORMAN
SERVICE firm name of TINA'S CARPET and read aloud. SAID COURT on this 14th day of Clerk of Circuit Court Please bring. box or bag to put your commodities In.
140 S. Thompson St, Staike,
Florida 32991 I, Intend to said Th. project will consist of Installing a September, 1990. Of Bradford' County, FloridaBy

fictitious name under the register aforesaid City of Starke provide manhole with ring RAY NORMAN, : Carol William, Dep. Clerk

statute. and cover on an active 18-Inch diameter As Clerk of said Court 9/274tpd 10/18;Cont. No. 636 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DIP gravity sewer and connecting an existing By: Carol Williams, Dep. Clerk 'SPECIAL EXCEPTIONIda
Dated this 13th day\I) of September, ( non-active eight-Inch DIP gravity 9/20 4tchg 10/11; Cant. No.630 MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA Sue Schmitt has made application for

A.D.. 1990,.In Bradford County, Florida. ewer to the some manhole The successful UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT JACKSONVILLE DIVISION SPECIAL EXCEPTION for No. S. Convalescent .

!/J 4tpd 10/04 bidder will be responsible' for UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA Court No. 90-349-Clv-J-12 Home ACLF ( Adult Congregate
constructing' the Invert In the manholeand MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA Living Facility Board of Adjustment
Court No. 90-348-Clv.J-16 Plaintiff on that Is classified
for property RP
cutting out the top 1/3 JACKSONVILLE DIVISION
(minimum) of the existing 18-Inch DIP Court No. 89732CIV.J12
TO REGISTER Plaintiff TIMOTHY L. HAMPTON and Parcel No. 0374S-0-O0801 Section
a* well a* the Invert for the eight-Inch UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
FICTITIOUS NAME v*. TONDA HAMPTON Township 6 South Range 22 East, locatedon

Pursuant to Section 86S.09. Florida DIP.The Plaintiff RANDALL E.. YON et ai, Defendants. lots 8 and 9 of Block 32 In Johns Add!
successful bidder will be \
responsible "vs.
Statutes, notice I I. hereby'given that the Defendant. NOTICE OF SALE tlon.
for all should It be JOHN N. GOODMAN DIANE C.
undersigned AII. Roy Guyott, 2925 SW bypass pumping ; NOTICE OF SALE Notice I* hereby given that pursuantto The Starke Board of Adjustment will

28th PI, No. 141, ,(fttlneivlUe. FL 32608, required.All GOODMAN f/k/a DIANE C. JONES Notice I I. hereby given that pursuantto a Summary Judgement entered on conduct a public hearing at their regular
work must be coordinated with the and DESSIE JACKSON,
sole owner, doing business under the of Starke.All a Default Judgement entered on September 19, 1990. by the above entitled meeting held at 7:30 p.m., In the Council
firm name of AL'S A/C REPAIR, 292S SW City Defendants.AMENDED August 23. 1990 by the above entitled Court In the above styled cause, the Room of Starke City Hall Thompson

28th Plac., No: 141, Gainesville, FL bidders must visit the site with a NOTICE OF SALE Court In the above. styled cause, the undersigned United State Martha! or Street Starke, Florida, on Thursday October .

32608 Intend to register sold fictitious representative of the City of Storke priorto Notice Is hereby given that pursuant undersigned Unlt.d States Marshal or any of his duly authorized deputies will 25 1990. .
preparing their bids to a Default Judgement entered on June of his authorized At this all will/ be heard
name under the aforelOld..tatut.. any duly deputies will sell the property situate In Bradford lime person
Thl. project will be funded the 19 1990 the above entitled Court In
by City by
sell the this specified
application as
Dated concerning
this 13th day of September property situate In Bradford County Florida described as:
A.D., 1990, In Clay County, Florida. of Starke Florida.No the above styled cause, the undersignedUnited County, Florida described as: lot 8 and North V4 of Lot 9, of Livingston In' the zoning codes of the city ofd
100.4NOTICE Proposal may be withdrawn for a State Marshal or any of his duly Lot 6, Block D, Dalewood Subdivision Truby and Company'.Addltion Starke.
9/134tpd period of sixty ((60)) days after the Bid authorized deputies will sell the
property a. per plot 1. thereof recorded In Plat to the Town of Starke, County of Brad. Director,.Starke Bd. of Adj.

OF INTENTIONTO opening dot. situate In Bradford County, Florida Book 3. Page 8, Section 21, Township 6 ford State of Florida all of said lots being Itchrg 10/4
Plan, Specifications, and Contract described
as: South Range 22 East, Bradford County, In Block 16 of Livingston Truby andCompany'
REGISTER Documents may be examined at Starke A parcel of land lying In the West One Florida.at .
Addition to the Town ofStark.
FICTITIOUS NAME City Hall or at the office of Bessent Half of the SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Sec public the .
to .
outcry highest and
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida Hammock C ftuckman. Inc., 1900 Corporate tion 22 Township 6 South Range 22 CALL FOR BIDS
best bidder for
Statute, nolle Is hereby given that the Square Boulevard Jacksonville, East Bradford County, Florida, said cash at the hour of 12:00 at public outcry to the highest and Sealed bids will be received by the
o'clock Noon on October 30, 1990, at the best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00 *
undersigned Linda M. L.., 118 S. Florida 32216 ((904)) 7212991. parcel being more particularly describedas : Board of Bond Trustees of the City ofStark. )
front door
Thompson St.. Storke, Florida 32091 9/27 2tchg 10/04: Cent. No. 638 follows: entrance of the Bradford o'clock Noon on October 30 1990 at the ., Florida at the City Hall In Starke,

sole' owner, doing Dullness und.r the Commence at the Southwest corner of County Courthouse at Starke. Florida. Bradford County Courthouse at Stark. Florida until 6:30: p.m. on Tuesday October .

firm name of FANCY FINGERS. 118 S. aid Section 22 and run Easterly along Doled September. 12, 1990 Florida. 16 1990 at which lime and place

Thompson Street Starke, Florida 32091, the Southerly boundary thereof 39.45 Richard L. Cox, Jr. Dated: September 20 1990. all bids received will be publicly opened

Intends to register sold fictitious name feet or less, to the Easterly boundary United States Marshal Richard L. Cox, Jr. and read aloud on the following:
und.r he aforesaid statute. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Middle District of Florida United States Marshal Furnishing a twelve month supply of
of Old Lawtey Road thence North
Dated this 13th THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN Ralph J. leeAssistant Middle District of Florida 19,000 to 27,000 pounds of chlorine In 9
of September

", 00 07' East along said Easterly boundary
AND FOR United States Attorney Ralph J. LeeAssistant one-Ion cylinders. Balance in 150-pound
A.D., 1990 In Bradford Florida. the
County 700.00 feet to an pipe on
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Attorney for Plaintiff United States Attorney cylinders, delivered to Starke, Florida.
9134tpd1004NOTICE CASE NO.: 9O.277-CA Southerly right of way line of Donna 9/274tchg 10/18, Cont. No.623 Attorney for Plaintiff To be effective on date of bid accep
Street also known Jenkins Street)
( as ;
CHEMICAL MORTGAGE COMPANY 9/27 4tchg.10/18; Cont. No. 635 tance.
thence N 89'39' East along said
Plaintiff, run PUBLIC HEARINGT The sold city reserves the right to accept
.f Southerly right of line 371.82 feet to
The Bradford County School Board vs. way Student Grievance Procedure or reject any or all bids.

Starke Florida, will hold a public hearing HENRY G. MCCLELLAN .,. al.. an Iron pipe on the Westerly right of way Some student may feel that they Sealed bids should be marked "Sealed
on the revision of the Smoke Free Defendants. line of Tom Hall Street (also known as have been treated unfairly under this CALL FOR BIDS Bid Chlorine to be opened 6:30: p.m.

Workplace Policy 12.123 on October 22, NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Church Grade); thence run S 07'49' W code. The following steps or. to be Sealed bids will be received by the 1016.90, In the lower left hand corner

1990 at 7:00 p.m. In the School BoardRoom : HENRY G. MCCLELLAN along said Westerly right of way line followed In attempting to resolve a Board of Bond Trustee of the City of of the envelope.

of the District Administrative Offices RESIDENCE: UNKNOWN 85.35 feet; thence run N 8939' East 40.41 grievance. Starke, Florida In the City Clerk' officeat 2tchrg 10/4. 10111

:982 N. T.mpl. Avenue, Stark., LAST KNOWN MAILING ADDRESS: 830 feet to an Iron pipe on the Easterly rightof 1. Student conference' with staff the City Hall In Starke, Florida until
way line of Tom Hall Street; thencerun 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday October 16, 1990at
Florida. N. Temple Av.nu., Apt. 2, Starke, member Involved In grievance complaint
N 07'49' E along said Easterly right of which time and place all bids received
of the policy b. obtainedat Florida 32091 (optional)
Copies may line 154.90 feet to an Iron pipe and will be Donations
publicly and read on
way opened aloud
2. Student conference with teacher
the Bradford County School Board offices AND TO: All persons claiming an Interest or
by through under or the the Point of Beginning: thence continue guidance counselor or admnlnlstratlve on the following: Display At MuseumThe
through Friday. against
Stephen W. McL.od aforesaid Defendant. N 0749' E along sold Easterly right of assistant selected by Ihe'student to Twelve months supply of fuel oil, approximately
way line 77.25feet to an Iron pipe; him/her In the 100,000! to 150,000 gallonsof Columbia County Historical'
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT represent proceedings.
Assistant Superintendent an thence leave said Easterly right of way number 2 fuel ell to conform to Museum will feature "Treasures
Student conference
3. with teacher
action to foreclose the Involved
9/20 10/04
3tchg a
mortgage on line and run N 8939'00" E 202.07 feet to specifications of American Petroleum ,Institute From The Attic" during the monthsof
PO No. 4737; Cant, No. 624 following described property located In an Iron pipe on the East (line of the WVi In complaint. and student'srepresentative. fuel oil must not have a higher September and October. Items
Bradford Florida
NOTICE OF INTENTION County : of the SW 1/4 of SW. 1/4; thence run S 4. Student Conference with sulpher' content than 1 percent by mass. that have been generously donatedby
Commence at SE of lot S BlockB principaland
TO REGISTER corner 005102" W along said Easterly line student's Parent Th. Cetane number must be a minimumof the people of the community will
Jones Addition representative. (
to Stark. and Northerly
FICTITIOUS NAME run 76.50 feet to an Iron pipe, thence leave be If 45. All bid prices must be based on be on display. This exhibit should
Pursuant to Section 86909. Florida along Eastern Boundary 10 feetfor said East line and run S 89*39' W, 211.47 may 5. Parent present, requested student'by student) Jacksonville Terminal price, plus freight have something of interest for
Point of Thence conllnu.north.rly student representative
Statut., notice Is hereby given that the feet to the Point of Beginning.at and conference. less contract allowance Fuel oil to be everyone. The Museum Is open 2.5
along East line of Lot 9 and superintendent
undersigned Dorothy lee Stephens, public' outcry to the highest and 6. Parent, student, student unloaded by pump on the truck. p.m. on Wednesday and Saturday;
prolongation of being the representative -
same Easterlyline
P.O. Box 14 (NW 75th Av..), Lawtey FL best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00 and school board Invoices for fuel oil will be submittedto 9:30-11:30( : a.m. Friday and 1-3 p.m.
a hearing
of Lot 3 of Block B distance of 68
32058 sole owner, doing business under a o'clock Noon on October 30. 1990 at the If the I I. not resaolved Instep the City Clerk on a monthly basis. The on Sunday. The museum, at 105 S.
feet, thence grievance
run Westerly parallel to of Starke will
of the Bradford City pay the monthly bill Lake offers free
-.the firm nom.of GOLDEN YEARS RETIRE.1.MENLJiAME..4tZS front door entrance Hernando St., City,
\ South line of Lot 3 a distance of 94,3 feet, one or If the student decides not to within 2 week after the Invoices have
..I Str.a. .. County Courthouse at Starke.:Florida. admission to the public.
VIY confront the staff
member alone, the
thence Southerly 27.5 feet, thence
run been
Commission.The4said .
..., .. approved by City
RNStarI., Florida 32091, Intends to.gist.rMilsaid Dated: SeptembecJ2..1St90 .e.s ..
feet to West line of Lot student may elect an Instructional oradministrative '-
run Westerly 10.7 board bond
5 of Block B"thence run Southerly along United States Marshal I staff member to represent reserves the right to accept or reject any
statute. West Boundary of Lot S a distance of 40.5 him/her In the proceedings. If the or all bids.
Dated this 17th day of September, feet to a point 0 feet North of South line Middle District of Florida grievance Is not resolved at step three, Th. effective date shall be on acceptance ;

A.D., 1990 In Bradford County Florida. of Lot 5, thence run Easterly parallel to Ralph J. Lee, the student must submit to the principala of the bid. Dial 911 Emergency
United States
9/204tpd' 10/11 South line of Lot 5 of Block B a distanceof Assistant Attorney written ,statement signed by the Sealed bids should be marked "SealedBid

109 feet more or less to Point of Attorney for Plaintiff. parents( ), for the next step of the Fuel Oil/, to be opened at 6:30 p.m.I
9/274tchg 10/18, Cont. No. 626
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Beginning lying and being In Lots 3 and Grievance Proceedure. The statement 10.16.90" In the lower left hand corner of

REGISTER 5 of Block.. B of Jones. Addition to Town of NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR must contain: 1)) names) of all persons the envelope.

FICTITIOUS NAME Stark., as-per plot recorded In Deed TAX DEED Involved 2)) dates on which the student 2tchrgr. 10/4 10/11 STARKE

Pursuant to Section 86509. Florida Book N page 379. Public Records of Brad that feel there was unfair treatment and 3)a )
Statute, notice I I. h.r.by given that the ford County, Florida CHADLER the holder of the brief statement as lo why the student CHURCH OF GOD
Renee Maruca, Rt. 4 Box feel there was unfair' treatment Within .
undersigned Together with all structures and Improvements following certificates has filed said certificates 422 N. St.Clair S54-M45
822 Starke, FL 32091 sole owner doing now and hereafter on said for a tax deed to be Issued three school days the student shall Pastor: David Pleasant

business under the firm name of P.D. land and the rents, Issues, and profitsof thereon. The certificate numbers and receive a written response from the
COMPANY Rt. 4 Box 822 Starke, the above described property and all of Issuance the description of the principal concerning the grievance.If We Invite you to worship with us

Florida 32091 Intends to register said fixture hereafter attached to or years the student and parents( ) feel that Attended Nursery
fictitious name under the aforesaid now or with the property and the names In which It was they have not received satisfaction at Classified Ads S'nday School ...... ____ ,_. 10 sm
used In connection premises
assessed are as follows ... .. .
the school level, they proceed with t..omlngWorW p ... ._ 11 am
statute.Dated herein described and In addition may
Certificate No. 240 . .
: Evening Service 6pm.
and the due Get Results
17th of steps 6, using.
this day September following described household appliances Year of Issuance: 1988 process proceedure I Wednesday Youth ...___........._.. 730pm
A.D., 1990 In Bradford County Florida. which are, and shall b. deem Description of No. a. outlined In the School Board
9/204tpd 10/11 Rule 31ch g. 10/4. 10t l. 10/18'

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Legion Announces Donations to Local CharitiesJonesLangfordWhite

NOTICE OF ELECTION Post 58 donations to be made this year, said State,and Dan ka Richardson,Girls
American Legion, announcelawards ( Charles Schaefer, Post Vice- State, were 'honored guests .and
it is making at the start of Commander, who was Master of reported to i the, post on their ac-
the fiscal year, at an awards ban- Ceremonies in the absence of Post tivities during* summer sessions.A .
I JIM SMITH, Secretary of State of the State of quet at the Poet Home on Edwards Commander Al Rodrigue. donation pf $1,000 was made to
Road, Tuesday, September 25. Brad Hamilton and Brian Mc- the Bradford County Ecumenical
Florida do hereby give notice that an election will "This is the first installment" of Chesney, Representatives to Boy's Council's Food Pantry, located on

be held in each county in Florida ,, on November 6 1990 Lafayette Strwrtrbehind.Winn-Dixie.

for the ratification or rejection of proposed amendments Ladles Another'Auxiliary'l,000 donstlod'Wertt, to "help to them the

to the constitution of the State of Florida : finance their activities in support of
I the Post.
Police officers of the year awards
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were "presented to :Lt. David
AMENDMENT Aderholt of the Sheriff's Department
ARTICLE HI SECTION 3 annlwNroroaN+ ':/.uAQeNeNrnwoasou6.trf.., and Tom Gotman, City police
A Depnrtmentand Tommy Howe was
COf_ aL+OAAPN S 0 9 Oe+. OA 1990P.O. awarded Fireman of the Year,
ARTICLE III Special recognition was given, to
Major Bill Reno by Police Chief JIm-

LEGISLATURESECTION Ormr A rush, Acrid. 92Diiin my Kpps for his help with reorganizing
the Police Department. :
3. Sessions of the legislature.- were
9. 0.ii 9.rot. acarN. r1.rld. 71091 Other monetary awards
.... (a) ORGANIZATION SESSIONS. On the fourteenth day following each -- given to FAD (Families Against
Drugs), The Disabled American
... .
'" the shall for the exclusive John M I Bob O P.rtu.on. po. [ A. Bt.rk. Mob
general election legislature convene purpose of organization Veterans Special Olympics

and selection of officers.b 0. ... _. Dr.w.r A. .t..... rlorl .r.0 Gainesville.

( ) REGULAR SESSIONS. In 1991., a regular session nf the legislature{ shall ... A special donation was-givejl.to\
convene on the first Tuesday after the first Monday In March. In 1992: and thereafter. =. ._..:.:::-;;- _--_--=-;.:(-'::'==. :-_.,=-="..:.o-;:;:::-;.-..= .Law Enforcement Explorer Scouts
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o :. a regular session of the legislature shall convene on the first Tuesday after the Post 2057, a unit now being organized
the Starke Police
first Monday in February April of each odd-numbered and first Depart-
year, on the Tues 'lllll: ment. Advisors for the group are
day after the first Monday In February April, or such other date as may be fixed F1 Police Officers Robert Lyons and

by law, of each even-numbered year.c ...., Jerry Feltner. Members are George
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= ::.g: 1::<::::'::-= Konkel
_..._"wo._... Sharon Konkel, Mary
( ) SPECIAL SESSIONS. Thornton, Bobbie

I .. ((1) The governor,by proclamation stating the purpose, may convene the legislature Reno Singletary, Jason, Barbara westcott'Em'

in special session during which only such legislative business may be trans- -----------, ------,.--.-. _., son and Danielle DaVis''.A goal iff to
acted aa is within the purview of the proclamation, or of a communication from "' .. achieve a membership of )20
:win: ::"-'r'ar: :r D:::'_::: ::::\S: '
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[ the governor,or is introduced by consent of two-thirds of the membership of each mIn accepting ?
house. a.--.a.-.n-n- ,- the award 'for':the
I .' &1_______ 6173 .210 Ecumenical Council, .Rev.,;Jerry
((2) A special session of the legislature may be convened as provided by law. ..,. Patton stated that the food pantry
had fed over 4,000people sine*its
(d) LENGTH OF SESSIONS. A regular session of the legislature shall not start in February, 1989.
1..rwral .A/srrf.rfan
exceed sixty consecutive days and a special session shall not exceed twenty consecutive 7950a "It does meet a"very real need in
a Bradford County he said and to
days.unless extended beyond such limit by a three-fifths vote of each house. a.---r.re 5974 0961 prevent abuse of the program, par
During such an extension no new business may be taken up in either house withoutthe f"-r.-: ___ '0 .. ticipants are limited to two visits in
consent of two-thirds of its membership. a-ti-' If 221 any six month period.
a.una..raN.r.r..u This Is the first installment of
(e) ADJOURNMENT. Neither house shall adjourn for more than seventy- 0117 6170 what we will be donating this year"
John N. D.a
two consecutive hours except pursuant to concurrent resolution. t- --.'- -M Schaefer t told the group'again inclosing
) the meeting.Church .'
((0 ADJOURNMENT BY GOVERNOR. If, during any regular or special ses- .

lion the two houses cannot agree upon a time for adjournment the governor may News.
adjourn the session sine die or to any date within the period authorized for such ..

session: provided that- ,at least twentv-four hours before adjourning the uuinn h*
shall while neither house is in recess, give each house formal;:;; I written notice i of his Morgan:Rd.: rHomecoming
intention to do so, and agreement reached within that period by both houses on Set .
IdLaws) adopted to require pension benefits the effective .
a time for adjournment shall prevail.NO.. existing on -
date of this section, criminal laws, the general appropriations Morgan Road Baptist Cliurchwill
act special appropriations acts J ; hut not expanding then- have their'annual homecoming Sun-
day, Oct. 7. Guest for the afternoon
2 existing statutory authority laws fiscal impact, and laws pre- sing will be the group.' Rock",
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ating. modifyingo, r repealing noncriminal infractions are exempt from the re- from Gainesville. ;? .
ouirements of this section. : Lunch will be served at* 1 p.m.
ARTICLE I SECTION 8 Come join,this! ,homecoming.
(el) The legislature may enact laws to assist in the implementation and enforce-
ment of this section. Lawtey Church of GodHomeCOming5und

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ARTICLE III SECTION 4 Sunday, Oct. 7. .
Guest speaker will be former
Pastor, Rev:; Alton Coleman'mf the
ARTICLE III South Leesburg Church of God. We
cordially invite everyone to come
LEGISLATURESECTION worship and fellowship. Sunday
School begins at 9:45: a.m., followedby
4. Quorum and procedure.a .-
morning worship 11 a.m.
SECTION 8. Right to bear arms.ll .-
( ) A majority of the membership of each house shall constitute a quorum, buta First United Methodist
The right of the people to keep and bear arms in defense of themselves and smaller number may adjourn from day to day and compel the presence of absent

of the lawful authority of the state shall not be infringed, except that the mannerof members in such manner and under such penalties as it may prescribe. Each house Having Revival.

bearing arms may be regulated by law. shall determine its rules of procedure.b October 7-10 there will be a
Revival at First United Methodist
(hi ,",lire shall he a mandatory period of three davit excluding weekends and ( ) Sessions of each house shall be public; except sessions of the senate when Church. Rev. Leo Lacy will be the
|legal holidays between the pujflh."> and deliver at retail of any handcrun. For the considering appointment to or removal from public office may be closed. featured lI Sunday The revival will
of other valuable begin this Oct. 7 at 8:45
purposes of is_section,"purchase"means the transfer money or
consideration) to the retailer. and "handgun"means a firearm capable of being_car (c) Each house shall keep and publish a journal of its proceedings; and upon 'a.m.services, and 11 each a.m.,night followed at 7:30 by: evening -

ried and tilled\ hv one hand. Inch as pistol or revolver=. Holders of a concealed the request of five members present, the vote of each member voting on any question Leo Lacy was born In LclulllVilJeKy. pm.
weapon permit as preserjjbud In Florida law shall not be subject to the provisions shall be entered on the journal. In any legislative committee or subcommittee, ..'where he received his formal

of?folg paragraph. the vote of each member voting on the final.passage of any legislation pending before education. He attended Asbury Col
the committee. and the request of any two members of the committee Eastern State University
fd_ The legislature shall unmet legislation implementing; subsection fbi of this upon : were he received his A.B: Degree.He .
section.effective no later than December 31.1991.which shall-provide that anyone or subcommittee. the vote of each member on any other question shall be recorded. also attended Factor's School at

yip tang the provisions of subsection (b> shall ba guilty of a felony. Emory Rev. Lacy Seminary has pastored in Atlanta churchesat Ga.

(d) This restriction shall not apply to a trade in of another handgun. (d) Each house may punish a member for contempt or disorderly conduct and, Bybee and Liberty, Kentucky
by a two-thirds vote of its membership, may expel a member. along with Florida churches In
Keystone!; Brandon First, Mt. Dora,
NO.3CONSTITUTIONAL fel '1 The rules of procedure of each house shall provide that legislative committee Bryan Memorial in Miami, Cocoa
AMENDMENT and subcommittee meetings! of each house and Joint conference committee, Beach Wagg Memorial in West
shall be and noticed the The rules of Palm beach and Holiday.
meetings! open public. procedure of each\
ARTICLE VII SECTION 18 After serving as pastor for 33
house shall further provide that all prearranged gatherings between more than years, he was appointed as an Ap-
two members of the legislature or between the governor the president of the sen- proved Conference Evangelist by

ater_or the speaker of the house of representatives the purpose of which is to agree the Bishop of Florida Conference in
upon formal legislative action that will be taken at a subsequent time. or at which June of 1984. ; ;. .
This Is a time Of singing, having
ARTICLE VII formal legislative! action is taken. regarding_ -ndinglerislation! or amendments. fellowship and icomlng together for
FINANCE AND TAXATION shall be reasonably open to the public. All open meetings shall be subject to order strength. Bill McRae will be leading
and decorum. This section shall be implemented and defined bv the rules of each the singing, '
SECTION III Laws requiring counties or mtintrtpaljtfoii to apand funds or Hm house and such rules shall control admission to the floor of each legislative sham I
folng their* ability to raise or receive!! statA tax: revenue.-
ber and may_where reasonably necessary_ for security purposes or to protect a witness .

fa) No county or municipality Ihan be bound by any Ireneral law rcqulriny such' appearing before a committee. provide for the closure of committee meetings.\ \ Leonardo da Vinci invented. the

county or tnunJgipaHty to spend fund or to take an action requiring the Mpandjtura : Each house shall be the sole judge. for the interpretation implementation and enforcement scissors.. i( .
of funds unless the l-f iaUtur has determined that such law fulfills an !mnor. of this section. .i
tent state interest and rM* funds hAve been atPPfQpriaitMl that have been ggti t

mat d at tha-tlma of fHTtmant;tn be aufflcignt to fund such expenditure: :the Ipgia* '. I.'

tatun authorizes pr hflu authorized a county' or ffmnicipolity enact a funding IN TESTIMONY: ,WHEREOF I: have .'
source not available! for m f rh otintv or municipality on Fehnmrv 1. 1989. that can hereunto set; my hand and affixed

1 e HfHf| |o generate l the amount of funds estimated[ to be lutficlent to fund such the Great! Seal .of', the State of .
:TMnditiirfthva simple.majority vote of the_f y at Tallahassee
lai(: plityhe law| rMUJfiny auch **pCIHf1iitvr1 is approved ]by two-thirds pf the Flprida 'M'
)membership\ In each h Mj of) the leg- ale +Leshe eltnllndlture: I"required to comply Capital :this the \.10th "day". *- ,if** :::. "

with at law that JjppliM| to >3I parsons similarly] BJtlljtfttti iPfTlu ine the state and loCal August ,. A.D. 1990. :" na

| government' :or tha law ia pjfthay f.qulr ed to comply with a federal requirementor '. ''t: ,f .. ",,I' '.. .', '. ..".J .,.'"''' .(" i..',.'. :I'/.'.,(.
required for eligibility for si federal\ entitlement which, federal requirement spernnlfltf '.' / \"". /
ctfically_ eon action bv counties or municipalities for rpm': ian e.. : "'
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(hi Extent upon appfpvf\ ft each house o-f the legislature by two-thirds pf he, L .. ...U_" I ..,.oJ' '

membership. the lagia _tjirft may not enact, amend or repeal general law if the, ,:. .._-......." :' I!
anticipated effect pf doing 10 would be to reduce tha authority that municipality i -

or counties have tn raiaa revenues In tha aerregatt as such authority exists: on Feb. I ;..,J. I : : ,... :,::
mllrv 1. 1989. ; : ,:' '
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(cl Extent upon approval of each, house of the legislature by two-third of the A .\..t't' t'l. 1 t'.;

membership the lftltl'Tff| may not enact. amend,or repeal any funeral law If the J"p'"u Vfl i
anticipated effect af doing no would be tn reduce the percentage of a state tai: ; JIM SMITH '" 1r.-4! 'ji.\, 'I':

'haryd with counties and naun provisions of this subsection hall not apply to enhancements enacted after February .;

1. 1 83. to lltJlt taJ: MUrcm..Pr .lJrfll2! :: fiscal! emergency declared in a written .

joint proclamation I"ued.bY j the president.of.tha.senate and the speaker of the .t. ,
frftHm of TeprM nt, tive.. or where tha leifialature provides! additional state-shared .' ,,\ fI'"f > tl.

revenues which are anticipated t to-be lufflcliint to replace the anticipated agpegatq The above four amendments ere proposed. by-!. the Florida ;' .
loss of ttalghare revf iura rg jfjpg from, foe reduction of the percent gft of the Legislature and are coded as follows : : i t.

state tax: shared wli'i fipunties and m +nidnali lee. which source of replacement ; r \ '' :'

revenues Iha!t be subject to tha same requirement for repeal or modification ag, Words sfericken) !ace 'deleffcpns li o'd :: underl'ined-arl,., ,,.: ) (,l'i.iit, WS, ,y l
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Madison Runs Ball Well, BBS to Meet Cowboys Friday.. .

Last Bradford yw Madison ran the footballon tant,as In any tough garnet and can Youngsters expected to help the back Jason Lee No. 5, 150-10, end strong side linebacker. Andy line are: center Wyatt-.Collins No.
High at well at net the Tornadoes good field position team more and more as they gain cornerback Chris Snow No.3, Goodowns No.85, 21012weak side 53; guards Phillip Crawford No. 61,
anybody Hurs points out Coach David If Allen Jenkins connects on come experience are linebacker James 160-11. linebacker Phillip Crawford,No.62, and Jason Norman No.65; tackles
good punts of which he is capable. Daniels. No. 91, 18 -l0; guard Josh Probable defensive starters on the 195-11, and rover back Julius Manning,No.76,and Shaun
BUS won 38-14, but Madison It'll be another tough football LlwU, f'o. 66, 165-11; guard Dante front seven are: Sam linebacker Hard-, No. 12,170-12. Clan,No.7S,215-11,and tight end
scored football the two time: It drove the game)especially in their back yard, Williams, No. 60. 18>ll; defensive Wyatt Collins, No. 53, 195-12; left Andy Goodowns,No.85.
without a mistake. says Coach Hunte. tackle Jonathan Ferguson No. 63,' tackle Jason Norman No.65,180-12; Probable btaiters In the defensive Starting In the backfield will be:
In Madison. BUS must be able to with each game Tornado coaches .170-10 defensive end Larry Shannon right tackle Shauntei Houston No. backfield are cornerbacks Terry quarterback Reggie Sheffield No.
drive the football, eat up the clock, are working In leu experienced and ,No.80.18 -l0;running back Joe 74, 195-11; weak side end Clayton Berry No. 9, 165-12, and RobertNIchOla 11, 155-12; fullback Robert Hanker-
and hope for Cowboy mistakes,uy younger players to give the seven Gordon No. 32, 185-10: wing back Manning, No. 76, 195-12; strong end ,No.24,150-12,and at safety son No. 23, 170-12; wing back Allen
CoAch bavld HUne.: starters more rest. Against Lee and defensive end Gernard Allen Jenkins, No. 13, 170-12, or Jason Lee,No.5,150-10. Jenkins, No. 13,170-1J,and running

The.....kicking. ..... .. game. "' 'will. be.oIJ-tmpoJ'oI '" ., .BHS' .kept.. .Its. nUrttnq.. ..".offense' -,.InUrt." .., Williams, No.. "M 180-11.',... ,,defensive. ." ...,_ Robert, .HnnkiTHnn... .. _No... M... .170.12. ; ,Probable starters. ..on.. the offensive. back.Charles. Boyd.. .No...40, 1811-\2.,
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Tornadoes Capitalize On Mistakes Beat Lee 32-22

Taking advantage and making Against Lee, BHS rushed 41 times football nve of those times.
good DM of mistakes.Bradford High for :241 :yards. BUS seldom had to Lee's MIke Blna returned the
was up 204 before Lee High of pass, but quarterback Reggie Sheffield game's opening kick-off: was hit by I
Jacksonville could score a point and completed four of eight passes Bradford Terry Berry and fumbled -
went on to a 32-23 win here. Friday for M:yards and two touchdowns to the football to Berry.
Sept. 28. tight end Andy Goodowns and Larry Set up on the Lee 25 yard line,BUS
Lee made a determined effort to Shannon. was In the endzone four plays later :
come back In the second half, but a Running back Robert Hankerson via a 25 yard pass by QB Sheffield to JT 4r e
fourth quarter tfI :yard Tornado was the BUS work horse, rushing 27 sophomore wideout Larry Shannon. '. __
drive put BHS up 32-14 keeping the times for 119:yards. The play was from the five yard line, -
momentum and keeping the footballout Tornado coaches managed to' but QB Sheffield was chased deep.
of Lee hands. Had Lee had the substitute enough to keep the offen- Sheffield threw side-armed toward:
football at that point and scored it sive line fresh enough to block for three Tornado receivers coming
could have cut the BHS advantage to the BUS backs. Ha kerson's quick across the endzone.Shannon was the
26-22. dives up the middle drew the Lee middle man and the pass came right
The win puts BUS at 3-1 on the defense in, enabling QB Sheffield to to him and Shannon had his first var-
season and 2-0 in Dirt. 5-SA play and throw over the Generals. sity TD pass for BHS.
tied with Baker High. Lee was :HIt The Tornadoes were able to run Allen Jenkins' extra point kick
was the first big district clash through and pass over what Coach was wide to the right BUS was Up
for the Tornadoes. The Lee defensewas David Hurse called one of the best 6-0 with 9:22: remaining In the first
tabbed one of the best BUS will defenses BUS will face. period.On .
face. Lee fumbled six times and lost the Lee's first play from scrimmage _
.. ...---.... -- QB Jermaine Whitaker threwa 1 1 y r'L
high air ball down the middle of the t
footbal field which Tornado safety
Jason Lee camped under at mid- .. J.
field fielded the football like a fly e
ball in baseball, and returned to the :; ,
Lee 43 yard line. _
Lee helped out with a IS yard per-
PINEHURST sonal foul penalty for grabbing a
964'5581 0ra,,, Tornado face mask and setting BUS P ? i, rn -' -- ------ .
VARIETY d04 up on the Lee 19.Up close to preventa
run by Robert Hankerson or Allen Hankerson. Moves the Football.. Photo. by Jacob Ferguson
Pd! Jenkins. Lee left the middle of the Tackle Jason Norman Nov. 65, has shielded a Lee
New in our Craft Department The Mop Doll.We have the field open. That's where Tornado Running back Robert Hankerson No. 23, gained 106 defender off but It looks like Hankerson Is about to I
mop heads,faces,hats&curl hair to make your very own tight end Andy Goodowns went and ysrd.against In the Val tough!?Lee and dehiese.was' the Tornado workhorse outrun the blocking of Allen Jenkins No. 13. Jenkins
doll. QB Sheffield floated a soft pass carried 13 times for 66 yards.
Micro Computer Technology which Goodowna the Plus, Allen Jenkins' punts and
caught on run BUS
TRAYEL was 20-0 with
ffArf Powerful Electronic Foot for the second Tornado touchdown. good coverage kept Lee at Bay. in the half.up remaining Tornadoes Andy Goodowns and
tag Controller Jenkins kicked this extra point.BUS Midway the second period the Tor- Terry Berry stopped Lee tailbackJ.J.
Automatic Buttonholer led 13-0 with 6:43: remaining the nadoes, up 13-0, allowed a Lee puntto Lee Strikes... Weldon for two yards on first
Built-in Needle Threader first period. roll to the Bradford 10 yard line. Charles Tolliver returned the down. On second down the Big Red
Plus,Many Convenience BEDS didn't score on its next two With Lee set to stop Hankerson and Bradford kick-off yards, plus a 15 defense swarmed to stop Weldon for
r4w.ma Features Reg.799.00 possessions, its numbers 3,4 and S, Jenkins,QB Sheffield got around left yard personal foul penalty on Brad no gain. On third down QB Whitaker
Sale but moved the football 43 :yards, end and cut back across the field on ford set Lee up on the Bradford 30 threw to wideout Dave Bing in the
mostly using workhorse Hankersonon a looping 35 :yard run. Plus, a personal yard line. corner of the endzone with 43
quick off tackle strikes by trapp- foul penalty for late hit turned On first down Tornado linebackers seconds remaining in the half. The
A sleek portable machine that 69901'welonly ing the Lee tackle, then with Tornado the play In a SO yard gain to the Lee Andy Goodowns and James Daniels pass covered about 20 yards but the
13 pound We Finance guards and backs providing the 22 yard line. Wingback Jenkins got 5 threw the Lee runner for a three play was from the Tornado three.
running corridors with their blocks yards,Sheffield kept around left end yard loss. But then QB Jermaine The Tornadoes swarmed in to block
Our Christmas fabrics are here!II We have a very large from the double win formation. for 14 yards to the Lee one yard line Whitaker threw in the Hat to wideout the exta points. BHS led 204 at the
selection Hankeraon's Quickness paid and Hankerson dove over right Sean Pender who dodged and spun half.
We Do Alteration dividends as he followed blocks and tackle for the third Tornado TD. away from Tornado tacklers to the
A Rain...
Bring in or pick-up your alterations between lamSpmMonSat. cut inside or outside into the Lee Jenkins' kick added the extra point. BUS five yard line, a 23 yard gain. Cooling
secondary. There was a brief hard rain during
,Sun.9am-6pm. -- --
the half which fell to a drizzle by

'\C9fin t j(11ind( ,: get yliurrahrlge for the A: Weddings Portraits : GAINESVILLE HEARING third rain would period.continue.Fans were Most hoping stayed the to

;J U1\dtopt; t": nd.io! t::1as1 n mite iemsF'- watch the game.
} :
"jjjj3! WILL BE ATMITCHELL'S BHS recovering at the Lee 27
> Hwy. 100 S. Across from Southside Elementary DRUG STORE yard line. In four plays, Hankersonand
:: : Jenkins alternating for runs of 8,
"' -- .Jl 132 E.Call St.(across fromMltcheU's 3, 11,and 5 yards Hankerson got the
127 E.Call Street
---- Drugs: ) fourth Tornado TD from five yards
964-2814 On the second Wednesday of each month out. Lee blocked the extra point
kick. BHS led 26-6 five minutesd Into
1:30-: :30 p.m. the third period.

.dford High 1J 7 32La.
: FREE HEARING TEST .HI.ft School 0 a a 22

Wells Chevy Olds Pint.u.ftl.g Paul.Downs,Yards Yards 1-24'tt'2'24-131 M

r PC-PA-PI H" MMPunti

*Of Faris Service & ..: .1ie'Beau PM.ltlu-y.rdi PumMM-leit IIM f-u l-o 4 I-,41.1..,l. _.

; < Body Shop are ique.w Scoring Summ.ryi
I) Iradlnrd HighWMmt lorry Sh.nnon. 1
yard p>u ram OS RoggU ih.lll.ld.' BPi
,- : 41iC'E 'UJarrfs1/ .Starfa Florida. Jonklni'' kick t.llod. Tim. till, 10.
usual. 1) BrMford High-Tight and OoMowni.
open (904)964.4077 "V.d,......Pi J.nklni., kick.' .141,1O.
J 'i...., J) Bradford High- .. Robert H.nk.rion, 4yard
run.mfi Jinklni kick.' 1Jl1O..
4) .... High-' Wide r.c.lv.r MI_. Sing' ,i yard
All seth Nails "...from as J.rm.ln.WllII._...IPt Kick l.ll-
of our employees are in JOY & By J .d.10..,42.II .
Bradford-Running' back Rob rt Hank.rson.S
perms $30 net yard run.IPi J.nklni'kick..,ac_.*.IQ 7,00.
$25 FUll S 1/ Lo* Highaddle R.nd.ll 40'y.rd puntnturn.
place and ready to serve .IPi Mlk.Bins, ,pass Irom OB Wftll._.,.
you. Style, $12 Tipet M liM.n ,
/3 Br.dlord HighOB R.ggl. lh.HI.ld on*
cut yard run.>Pi Kick l.iiod.40.i04..
$8 Walk-Ins Welcome I) L.. High-' Wld. rocalvar 1 Mlk* Blng, fl..
yard pa"from O.Jarmalno Wftl'._..SPlwo
"A Full Service Salon" point convoriHM with pou by OS Whlt.kor.4OiJtOt
: Our sales department will be -

:' fully operational in a few days. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

I Seperate sealed BIDS for the construction of the Forsyth

:' Thanks for your patience, .Road Bridges will be received by Bradford County

Orion Wells Commission at the office of the Clerk at the Bradford
i I County Courthouse, Starke; Florida until 8:30: PM Local

Time, October 17, 1990 and then at the Commission I

meeting, Room 129, Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,

,...- Florida,.publicly opened and read aloud.

The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, consisting of

the Advertisement for Bids, Information for Bidders, Bid, Bid

: Donna and I really appreciate Bond,. Agreement, General Conditions, Supplemental

/ concerns and' friendship expressed General Conditions, Payment Bond, Performance Bond, .

Drawings, specifications, and Addenda may be examined at

in the last :few days. the following locations:

_.,' d Owner: Bradford County Court House, Clerk's Office, i

Starke, Florida.

Engineer: Kelley Engineering, Inc., 4131 N.W. 13th
friends and
To all our .
Street, Suite 224, Gainesville, Florida.

be assured Copies of the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be

neighbors, please obtained at the office of the Engineer located at 4131 N.W.

that we are working diligentlyto $25.00 13th-Street for,each Suite set.224, Gainesville, Florida upon payment of

alleviate the problem. NO refund will be made for the. CONTRACT

.J* This project consists of constructing two (30 feet long

each) concrete bridges on concrete piling, guard rail and

; (Man- Wells Chew Olds Maxie October earthwork.CarterChairman 2, 1990 ;

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Varsity. GirlsVolleyball

Ups 'f,.


Record Meeting Green 7-1 Cove Springs i A 0

(Clay High) at the Tornado Gym
Thursday September 27, the Tornado "
volleyball team won a hard 1 I LI
fought match, losing the first game y< try ,
1315. in which the Clay netters led ; 1' Oid1REGULR
all the way. i iMikocmkee'

The second game was a win for the ___ _ _ _ REGULAR, LIGHT.X-OOLD,
Reds. 15-9. but the third and match t
game was nip and tuck all the way
ending In favor of the Tornadoes '.
17-15. I i 312.PK120Z.q 12 02.I
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Clay opened with a 4-0 lead on III III 12-PK CANS
their first service, held the lead for __ _
three serves when Bradford came
Then the score went to 5-4
65tand 7-5 at the end of the firstround. I'i' DAY THE KY S ::4: IMPORTED GERMAN .

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Serving first In the rotation, Rita SALE \ y Shop Coke I EcKS
Stepheny racked points 6,7 and 8 to A -
take an 8-7 lead for the Tornadoes REGULAR DIET, LIGHT OR DARK ,

which"Clay was has never some powerful hitters," 1 / 1 + I 1 : r & CLASSIC SPRITE [ [
said coach Inex Diggs, but "we' f 9 399 110L :
dominated the net and made more
digs and kills in the second and third 1 1 I I / / Compare TWO ITR, N R.BU
, games.
1 1 4
In the match, Rita Stepheny serv-
ed 8'points 1 block and one dig. COUPON
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Latara Jackson served 13 points, 2 $I .O o OFF
aces, 1 dig and 3 kills; Laytoyla Sims i 1
served 2 points with 1 kill; Aurilla 1
Williams/ served 18 points, 4 kills, 4 o tti
digs, and 1 block; Monika Williams Cutty BEEFEATER FIEISCHMANNS ABC 80VODKA stow chnaya ,
served 4 jpoints, 3 kills and 3 digs. -WbtteLabel' ," GIN 80 VODKA HOLLAND BEER
Charmil spooner served a points. I Sark
Monday night again at the home I SCOTCH SCOTCH.. GIN GIN 0 RUM i-.il. 9.99 SALE = 3.99 ruE
court. The Tornadoes breezed 99 LTR. w" TNlB
I "U' 3 OO -1
through a match with Gainesville 119911 99 "
Eastside 15-7. winning the match 15-12, y 269912991 I ? L 171 TR. II Inn I I U:. 6.99 MBAR ... 79CCO 12oz UPONIs

High scorer was Aurilla Williams, CS. OF 8. $181.94 CS. OF 12.$154.95 -- CS. OF 139.95 CS. OF 6. $71.50 CS. OF 8 $53.94 CS. OF 119.94 tt. .& 6-PK R R.snt.sr .
with points.,5 aces,3 kills and 1 dig. 1 MOEEMADLI AT REGISTER
Brandy Ross served 5 points. St WITH/ CUTOUT
Monika Williams served 5 points, 1 I CHIVAS ca&nInrnJ 1 fpwaa Gilbey's ram'smirnof= COUPON, FOR
ace,3 kills and 1 dig.Latara Jackson $1.OO OFF
also served 5 points, 2 aces, 2 digs REGALI +, ln6.99Su SALE 800 V 0 DO 4.11.
and 1 kill. Laytoyla Sims served 4 SCOTCH ML 80 VODKA IMPOIIUD eOLANDi
points, 2 aces and 1 dig. Rita I 9 -1 H".." 'Vi'm .
Stepheny and Charmil also served 1749 2O 99 699 1199 ON THE PURCHASE OF GROLSCH

points. ,{/ .,.. us LT" .I 750ML o.e LTR 5.fl9 AFTER REBUTS CONSUMER LAGER One BooO BEER.on orro.h.pack
Iii :* CS. OF 12 -$209.BB CS. OF II. $125.94 FREE Ere.rr.roAC..R. CS. OF -$76.95 CS. OF 12-5B3.B8 CS. OF 12 -$143.88 of Grolsch Premium Beer
JV Volleyball Limn one> per IKHJMtiold Valid only t to
Fkxtti asatntt ol*gil drinking iga.


Season StartThe 1.1 SCOTCH GIN

Junior Varsity Volleyball '::1 f Muffm I nrnOiri 1599 :: ; 'l 1399 999 '1199 1099 Pearl
to I '
team is made up from the Freshman .-;"- LTD. ;;: REGULAR ft LIGHT-
class with one Sophomore, all CS OF 6-$106.001 I CS OF 8 .95.94 CS. OF 6 B3.94 CS. OF 6 $59.94 CS. OF 143.88 CS. OF 8 $65.94 99
rookies, says JV coach Bobbie Ben- .. ,
son, but have a lot of potential to t2 0:

have become been high in quality organized players.volleyball None 1 1 i i 1 1 i : I I : 1 K CANS

before.The ten girls are committed to the caatainflorgaos iseR's CANADIAN LORD Seagram's T ur
game, and are not discouraged with PREMIUM 86.8 U.Ilu:. RED
their 3-5 season record to date, says ORIOINALSPICED AOEDIOYEAR5 THE PREMIUM 18 IN THE CALVERT: Crown WHITE

Sophomore Klshanna, Paula Spooner Alvstad Is, Dena the I99 17 ? '149 129 = 6 6 :"E 99 .I. v

Griffis Sanders, Tamara, Amy Trlest Ellerson, ,Traei Amy ,1 i.N s 1.7,: LT.. 750 ML 750 ML
Crawford, Anesca Goodman, Joy t CS. OF 6 $92.50 CS. 0'It $107.94 j C8. OF 8 $ 4.95 CS. OF II $77.94 CS. OF 12- $B2.9& CS. OF 12. $77.B8 "

Smith and Lesherio Ford, all _
Freshmen make up the team roster. = IMPORTED OMEGA Canadian I
"The most" trouble so far Is in R A LONDON DRY Mist 4 FLEISCHMANNS. TOM SIMS .. RuY .
teamwork:, Benson said. "They
need to keep cool and avoid frustra 940' GIN 1.75 12- 99 SALE V.O. PREFERRED IIYR.8O"KENTUCKY TEA'T: '
The girls are coming to practiceand 2'00'..... 99
:: 99 M .e
seem committed to a four year 4 -t 1199. AFTER 899 1 099 1399
term with the game, according to .r r DARK 750 ML AEBATI 6-PKKRI1Lt
Benson. CS. OF 12-$107.88 _CS OF 8 $71.94 CS. OF 6- $77.94Johnnie CS._OF 106.50 CS. OF 8 $65.94 CS. OF 6 $83.94 '
The JV girls lost the first two mat-
ches, Interlachen and Buchholz, 1- 1EJ19
then won three, North Marion, ',\ ftELSKA W vown R-Y1MEC5
Gainesville and Forest, and have mrID4\1ID\ _
lost the last two this week,Clay High Walker WIM ot 80 WHISKEY JAMAICA BIER
and Eastside. VODKA 86 PROOF

week Three, all return matches matches.scheduled Thursday this 1. It 17 49 1899 16 99 !S 11" 1099 499
the netters travel to Interlachen. 750 ML LTR. I
to Ocala Forest
Monday they E
and Tuesday Ocala go Vanguard win CS. OF 8. $84.50 CS. OF 209.88 CS. OF 8. 113.94 CS. OF 12 203.88 f, CS. OF 6-71.94 CS. OF 12. $127.50 I

visit Starke.JV "' .. ', I
matches start at 5 p.m. and
Varsity continues at 6 p.m. .IM.l':. ]: =4.'A'm I=--a. ."UG"WINESAI.E': : "i:1"I: "I [ "''ml"B"=411 B. ::

Lawtey I..V. "UnQSSj" 0::." 70 ML 4.49 Carlo Rossi IHSSSs: d" 5.49 Beccoro Astl Spumanle M 8.49 Berlnger M 8.99 II Ii

Ruflino Orvlelo M 8.49 0 ABCs'LR." : : 4.99 Gold Seal 1P'ie; ,. M 4.99 Kendall .c o.u.freemart M 9.49

CommunitySchool Duboeul "7. M 8.99 J Gallo .. E,. LTR 3.79 TaylorMoel&Chandon''''':.:"" X 4.99 Abbey w o uI M 11.99 589. 1201

News 7e0 'M.u.Pa-o is 5.99 :r:? 19.99 s" 760 tee j
Maitre d'Eslollllel :. ML 5.99 1 Taylor LTR. MLTeo Sutler Home LN7A ..L ML 3.79 ,

LAWTEY HALLOWEEN CAR- *lt Cardo ::';::: M. 8.49 R. MondaviTrakla B LTI'1. 8.99 Oudlnot MOt M 17.99 R. Mondarl ::S:"yp. M 13.49

Traditional NIVAL will smoked be held and October fried fish 27. Mateus Rose' M 3.49 Lit'1. 4.99 Ballalore Spumanle M 4.49 Chat. St. Michelle : M 6.49 MICHELOB

dinners will be served beginning at 5 Gallo =: ... .Jt. 4.99 Mumm's ...., M 18.99 L
p.m. All dinners will be |4.25. (This Rulllno Chianti ClasslcoDuboeuf M 5.99 Clos Du BOIS wMG7 M 8.49 REGULARLMMoRTIARR

price will apply to all dinners, nochildren' M 5.99" Cello Lambniscp L 8.49 Korbel ".""A.R M 9.99 M
Peak I
portions.) This includes OU.DOMU. Geyser ee 5.49

beans generous, cole portions slaw, of hush fish puppies, baked, Black Tower ...=.s M 3.99'j' Togo Sangria Red L;$. 6.49 Andre ,=' .h'::R ft 2.99 ClosDuValTAYLR : perM 14.49 6-PK. u J

french fries and ice tea. YUM I Graham .::: M 38.99 i iJaboulel.Yereberre.S. Simi A.00 .A7 M 13.99
I Lots of fun-filled booths-
Dunkin Booth, Cake Walk, Sweet : Ml 18.99 NAPA Sebastian! =0UA w"m OEL 750 MI. 4.29 SChlitz
Tooth Booth, and a whole lot morel! CALIFORNIA
Each year we get bigger and better. ladol fALAO."' ", "ML 5.99'c.....RIDGE.....,.AUVWI.ON ZINFANDEL WHITE I CAB.CHARDONNAY SAUVIGNON R. Mondavi "' 10 16.99 RlOULAR OR LIONTlep r ]
Come out and enjoy great food and { MERLOT
good fun I i Chat Timbering .N 4.99 j' Gallo eOMlon ':' Teo MI. 5.49 AeQPtLAgPN/CF I
EXTENDED DAY ENRICH- 0 ., : 399 79 Y9
MENT PROGRAM Chat. Du GlanajnhoulelVetcheffa M. 12.4 -.- 4CHA"i Salnlsbury CNAA00 10.49 =-
EDEP) will be 1 :. 750 ML w. 750 ML NA1 ML + ,:OZ 0
an from after-school:2-6 p.m.for child grades care K-5 program,will be t LM"1Mn".AT M 8.4 j CS. OF 12-$54.90 CS. OF 8.$23.94 CS. OF 12. 56 Beringer ::YY"OM"'WI M 10.99 6 PK CANS

housed at Lawtey Community
School. This pilot program will in- Ell| Brandy S 7.49 Rothschild VSOP ..ASST MI. 6.99
clude supervision snacks and
enrichment' activities, recreationand Kahlua =:. ft 13.99 Grand Marnier ft 21.99 Kamora 11001: M 7.99 F BIG JUG
computers for the children and
students of the Lawtey community. Cartons co REAM "ML 6.99 Stock Vermouth "LTR. 4.29 Remy Martin VSOP M 29.9M "IIIrRZLFA.oEL MALT LIQUOR 16 OZ. CAN '

that Principal a fe will Buddy be Paterson charged for advises this Sunrise Tequila _.7. U: 12.49 GlenllddlchTla .+x1c. M 19.99 : Rfljnal Hop VSOPDolU ...ROE 7.99 ,_ 3 99 219

aid and that Lawtey persons Community Interested Fran ellcD ....... :ft 13.99 Maria M 12.99 .7.AR.:"igG.GA M 9.99 4PK oZ. ':A a

School from 7:30: a.m. to 6 p.m. for '
more Information and enrollment. --
St. Marks Episcopal...
St.' Mark's Episcopal Invites all
families of the pariah and those in F1 10.99 $ 13.99; I1.99K; I' '

our community who do not have a I Ps I IIS oteul.icowss I m an.RN+Ic.SfwwNEs
place to worship to come and share KISSES i1UI tana i SUNDAE, KIOSU 7 TDESoAf. KIOUH i
In the learning of together asa
family.The GALLO ..n I I WHITE
Sunday schedule begins at p I HUM 1111. i j VERMOUTH j CHA8LISnuur. i j PARTAGER

9:30 a.m. the Adult Bible .Study, 3.79 Z? I S 5.
'3 b9tnL I't'
followed by Children's Sunday ; 1.99Nei I _.. i 4.99 tta +
School and the Church ServIce.Holy E PS oslMneltNIw5 I 11.1 e1.RE.n7Bww I PU ra i';':fMIP s. I Pa aa..la.ISlwM liIJ'A.!
Eucharist, both at 10:30 a.m.
Nursery is provided.It .
Is time that we do not ask what / / 1 1 1 A 1
God can do for us, but what e can T.EI.
do to please God. The people of St. : A A 1 1I 'L /
Marks extend their hearts as well as
their hands to each and every one. It
will make a difference In your life If a O A a

you reach. out and accept. .


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L J TI] Section -(B4: :;:; ]iU1tSI

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Lawtey] Community Schools PioneersIn

...;- .. Computer Communications Systemby

: Crites
,.'., Greg
: ( I '
I r "I" ,,Y How often have you as a John Nickens, a Professor of Webster Elementary in St.
parent wished for more access Education at the University of Augustine), but it also is the
to the teacher of your child? Florida, allows you, the first school in the nation to
Maybe wished it were easier to parent, to sit at home using have adopted this system in
find out on a daily basis what your touchtone phone and find their Exceptional Student
\ your child's class is doing out about what your child's Program. An alliance
that day? Find out what class is studying that day. between the school system,
iii J # homework was sent home that What home work was Principal Buddy Paterson
day? What upcoming special assigned. News of special and faculty of Lawtey
iiiJkTh events you need to be aware educational programming on Community School, Professor
of? television you might want Nickens of the UF
r yrr Computer technology has your child to watch, and Educational Department and
a t9 provided a cost effective upcoming events that you may Dr. Reid of the University of
convenient way in which to need to prepare for. Florida Special Education
Line. keep abreast of your child's Lawtey Community School has
Lawtey Community School's Innovative Computer System On Department brought about
school Comp-U-Call has received of these
day. an just one
Standing next to newly installed comp-u-call system Left to right are UF Education Professor John installation of this system to
Nickens.LCS Principal Buddy Paterson and Dr. Reid a Professor with the Special Education innovative computer systems and is not only the study its effects on parentSee
hardwaresoftwarecombination solitary school in the area to
of UF
designed by have one (the closest one is at Page 28


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Did You Know..,
PRIDE Opens Garment Factory at Lawtey brakes, worn tires and defective
Great Ghost Stories edited by Mary FIIP Troopers lighting equipment. In addition at-
by Carolyn Eaves Allen. Who, by himself in the house Continue License, tention wfll be directed to driverswho
BCT Staff Writer late at night, reading perhaps, has would violate the driver license
PRIDE (Prison Rehabilitative Industries Inmates are not the only ones who Vehicle InspectionsBradford
and Diversified Enter- are benefitting from PRIDE'S new not heard sharp creak or a low laws of Florida.
In- The moan without feeling a cold shiverrun CountyThe The Patrol has found these checkpoints -
prises, Inc.), the state's prison industry. industry also positively down his
dustry program, has opened a new Impacts the local community witha New Large Print spine&Favorite Florida Highway Patrol will to be an effective means of enforcing -
garment Industry at Lawtey Correc- civilian payroll in excess of Short be conducting driver license and the equipment and driverlicense
Stories,Vol.2 edited
At while insuring
Library laws of Florida -
100000. during
tional Institution. vehicle Inspection checkpoint -
by Mary Allen. The Ransom of Red
The new Industry offers inmate PRIDE is one.of the leading In- Are you baving trouble reading Chief by O. Henry or The Night the the week of Oct.5 through Oct.11 the protection.; of all motorists.
workers skill training in areaas suchas mate work and training programs In the small print?The Bradford Coun- Bed :Fell, by James Thurber, will on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18,
laying out and cutting material the nation. The program currently ty Public Library baa Just the book make laugh.Others like Stephen SR-16, R-18, CR-16. CR-21B, Union CountyThe
and operating single needle lock operates fifty-six industries at 23 for you.Favorite. Crane you suspenseful classic, The CR-225, CR-IZ5.1. CR-229. CR-231, Florida Highway Patrol will I
stitch sewing machines, single nee- state prison locations, involvingmore Animal Stories! edited by Open Boat,will keep you on the edge CR-227.CR-221,CR-230 and CR-100A be conducting driver license and I
dle chain stitch sewing machinesand than 2,600 Inmate workers. Mary: C. Allen. From king of the of your seat. in Bradford County.Recognizing vehicle inspection checkpoints during :
surgers.In addition to this traini i Sales last year exceeded$67 million. jungle to hawgs, an exoctic the danger presented the week of Oct.5 through Oct.11 ,I
ing, Inmates receive experience in The PRIDE garment industry at mongoose and cats of all distinc- to the public by defective vehicle In SR-100. SB-121, SR-231, SR-M1.
the administrative end of the gar- 1 Lawtey Correctional institution is tions.The works of our most beloved Call the Library at 964-6400 for in- equipment, Troopers will concentrate SR-238, CR-18. CR-237, CR-229.
ment industry through InvolvementIn 1 located at State Road 200-B in story-tellers showcase the rich formation about special books for their efforts on vehicles being CR-125 CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-
shipping,receiving and order tak1 1 Lawtey. diversity in the animal kingdom. special people. operated with defects such as bad, 796A in Union County.

At capacity, 85 inmates will be
trained and working to produce
towels, wash cloths,
pillowcases, aprons, laundry bags THE WAY OF THE WEST
and mattress covers for a variety of WinnDixieTM
the Department
Correecctioonnss Department of Believing In what you do. ,Doing It the
Health and Rehabilitative Serlvces,
best know how. That's the
county Jails and some out of state en- way you way
tities. of the west. Wlnn-Dlxle's way, too.

We've made a name for ourselves sell-

Lawtey's CompucallFrom ing only the finest U.S. Choice Beef.

Specially aged and specially trimmed.
Page IB
W-D Brand Beef. We believe It's the
participation in the controlled PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION: beef
STARKE best-tasting you can buy. We think
environment of the
470 wz MAOKOM STRUT you'll
Exceptional Student agree.

"As a parent, the more
involved you become in the SEMI-BONELESS WHOLE or HALF

educational process of your
children the better able you
are to assist them. Your U.S. CHOICE HIBEYES

parental assistance can makea
world of difference in your
child's educational

experience. We are cm
attempting to gauge what level
of increased parental =:

participation results from 1C\I
% _
installation of this system"said
Dr. Reid. "A teacher
cannot always connect with vr;

each and every parent; thereis !
just not enough hours in the D'I
day. By using this technology i _
wisely, a teacher can go home, :-
pick up the phone and record
important information D3 SLICED INTO
relevant to their classes LB.
studies. Likewise the parentcan FAMILY PACKS FREE!

access this informationfrom
their home and find out

what assist they their need children.to know A few to THERE'S NOTHING LIKE THE TASTE OF A W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE STEAK.

minutes a day going over ,
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what your child is studying in YY D BRAND US. CHOICE W-D BRAND US.
school can make an B BONELESS SEMI-BONELESS
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incredible difference in their u.v..o r .. r DELH90NICO 1 $5-97 RI EYE --IJ98 98

performance. You are U.S.C HOICE STEAKS STEAK UI.If..
involved right along with 1.8.

your child, you know what II
they are studying and you can

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keep the parent informed STEAKS STRIP STEAK LBDELI ).
about their child's class, it
also tracks attendance, calls
the parent to let them know

their child was absent and Y
that they hope he/she is feeling 4l-- EVER'fDA PRICE pR1CE rf PRICE
better. It can schedule classes, VI pW

bus routes, lunch programs.
Literally any student based e4, e .1

data can be manipulated in = L
such a way as to save the s
faculty time and increase SMOKED NICE A SLOW" !
administrative efficiency WHOLE BARBECUE I

said creator John Nickens. CHICKENS -

"If you show some interest in, _
and knowledge of your child's :

schoolwork at an early age, ,2$5oo
your child will respond by I I

matching that interest. I
designed this software to
perform a great many tasks GERMAN 8-INCH.CHOCOLATE 2 LAYER or o t
and to be moldable to the way COCONUT
each school district must !
conduct its daily routine; but CAFFEINE FREE DIET "
its success and importance lie : PEPSI or PINTO NORTHERN RED
8 8 or
in opening areas of -e-s-e s 5 MEAT or MUSHROOM BLACKEYE PEAS

communication. By allowinga SPAGHETTI ,pJOAN OF ARCBEANS
busy parent to increase their EA. SAUCE "
involvement by just pickingup C
the phone at any time of the Zr I ya At DELI B TURKEY a7
day we've opened another 1V w.,, HAM or 2-LTR.BTL. $108 $100'
route to increased \ Al COOKEDHAM 34.0 JAR=. RCA S

achievement and successful CHOCOLATE HONEY CINNAMON or VANILLA .
education. All at a cost of may' NABISCO DAWN LIQUID HUNTERS CHOICE

advantage 450000. afforded That's us the by $998 TEDDY GRAHAMS Ifru.IOXREGULAR $163 DISH DETERGENT -J1 r- $199 DOG FOOD . UIM $399

"Currently we have the 50 ; coons
students, their parents and LAROB 121 or MEDIUM ''I %fJ UlTRA ULTRA POLAROID
teachers of the Exceptional BIG DIPPER ''I"" 111 r" '' BEER
2000 ,
Student Program installedand VEGETABLE TRAY I ..,
Response by the parents has ITALIAN $149 := or CHOCOLATE. ROYALE $625 $798
been great, they call in and BREAD . LOSE CANS 14-oa. I-PK.
take advantage. It's. positive HAM.TURKEY ROAST SEEF or CUaAN' CAN .:. PK.
be a part of it," said Buddy SANDWICHES u. 88 SLIMFAST GILLETTE
NACHOS . $425
BARS . S $475
: .. Paterson Principal of LCS. i BLADES S c
:: "After completion of the study

a." proficient and as we in the become systems more use : Winn-Dixie 7

: student we Lawtey will include population.Community the"rest School of the Helps YOU Get The

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. Police Beat from the Bradford County area last John Moore. Swanson faces life In Michael Anthony Davis, 29, was were not the only one Davis was Assistant State Attorney Tony
year. prison plus ten years a ten year found guilty Sept. 28 by a jury on six bothering. Two other workers said Julian said there was no evidence to
Swanson was charged with the minimum mandatory federal prison counts of misdemeanor battery. He Davis had asked them out and told show the women were Jealous of
by Carolyn Eaves sources of the marijuana distribution sentence without parole. according was fired In June from his position them they looked good, 'while two Davis'position or his wife or that the
BCT SUN Writer. ring, the Amaro brothers from to Heldmyer. as a correctional officer at the jail other female workers said Davis had women misunderstood the incidents
Texas. Marijuana was bought in The lengthy and complicated Investigation after women he worked with complained made no Improper advances toward Sentencing hat been set by Judge
Starke Man Receives Texas and transported to North into the marijuana they could not work with himbecause them. George H. Pierce for Nov. 6.
Florida during a three-year conspiracy distribution business was conducted he made rude sexual com The six counts Involved incidents Davis could receive a $1,000 fine
. Federal Indictment from 1966 to 1989. by the Drug Enforcement Administration ments, tried to pressure them into occurring In the radio room and/or and up to one year In Jail on each of
A 41-year-old Starke man was Indicted Co-conspirators! Paul Lloyd and the Florida Department sex, offered them money in 'exchange booking room at the jail between the six counts.
In federal court Oct.lOll drug Crawford,Rod Allen Crawford,John of Law Enforcement. for sex, tried to kiss them Davis and Tan Flynn, Kenna Watts
Douglas Cribbs, Alan Curtis Sapp and grabbed their breasts. Coleman and Kim McFadden Two Men Die
Robert Michael Swanson was aka Jay Patterson and Richard An- Former Jail Officer Incident reports from five femalesin Bruchak. In Head-On Crash
had Davis, who is black,' said he
to thony Lee were indicted by a June stated that Davis
charged distribute with conspiracy In of federal grand Jury Dec. 13.Charges Found GuiltyOf made advances', asked them out, thought the women who are white, Drivers of two vehicles died Sun
marijuana and two excess counts: of gainst the five men resulted In con Sexual HarassmentA had touched them or attempted to did not like the fact that his wife Is day evening after one driver apparently -
1.000 kilograms
distributing according to victions with forfeiture of property, touch them on several occasions white. He also said he believed they swerved to miss a dog on
United marijuana Stales i large fines and/or prison time. former correctional officer at while working with them over a two were jealous that he was on a "fadtrack SR-121 south of Raiford.
Assistant The Indictmentwas Attorney' Swanson was detained without the Bradford County Jail was found month period"Each: : of the female officers for promotion at the jail Franklin N. Strickland,48,of Lak.'
Michelle result Heldmyer.of the follow-up of the bond following his arraignment with guilty last week sexually harassing said they had not reported the when they had worked there longer City: driving a 1980 Toyota, wursouthbound
_rrwir a and mtnvirtion' of five men a Dec. 3 trial date set before Judge female coworkers. incidents until they realized they and had not moved up. on SR-121, crossed Die
avoid that
centerline to a dog was on
or crossing the roadway accordingto
Trooper W. M. Abrams.. The
Toyota struck head-on northbound
1980 Chrysler driven by Harve\
ILwjw Thomas,37, of Lake Butler. Thoma!
and Strickland both died from inJuries .
according to Homicide Of
RESERVED 1// fleer T. C. Pace.Passengers .
-o.nawr-.w--- in the Thomas vehicle.
PRICES GOOD AN".o ( / Carlos,8, and Jason 5,were taken to
THURS.WED.OCTOBER r'" University Hospital in Jacksonville
.c. where Jason's condition at presstime
4-10 1990 was listed as serious. Carlos
e has been discharged from Universe

(? Juveniles Charged
With VandalizingArea


Juveniles were caught in the

MEDALLION BRAND W-D SPECIAL TRIM W-D 10-LBS. & UP report western was side made of of Bradford individuals after in a a

car seen damaging mailboxes.The .
vandalizing after their car was stop
ped by Deputy Tim Geibieg and Lt.
FRYER THIGHS SMOKED HAMS Ray the Hunt.car. A baseball bat was foundin

The Juveniles were released to the
custody of their parents.
Reports of mailboxes being
smashed have continued during the
past year, deputies hope this arrest
will stop the destruction
$$121 Kansas Woman

Charged With

5'9 Being IntoxicatedA

26-year-old woman from Kansas
was arrested Sept. 30 on US-3o1 five
miles south. of Starke for public intoxlcation. >

SLICED FREE Marie Ann Sanford was standingin
LB. LB. LB. the middle of US-301 in the north
bound traffic lane when struck by a
vehicle and knocked in the median
FRYER BREAST $198 PORK LOIN *197 GROUND TURKEY 69C Sanford left the scene only to return.
LB. . ia LB.' smelling of alcohol and combative
refusing medical attention, according
to Trooper Pace.

..'. .. W-D REGULARFRANKS m VARIETIES SLICED She was transported to the count
: :. : W-D CHIPPED COOIEDBOLOGNA jail where she was released from
: or custody after a $250 cash bond was
.; -= .:' MEATS > HAM Community posted.

J.-: .. .. C .W-O gg State Bankof Starke Jacksonville Charged With Man

9JO900 3 9 $3
A Riot
'::- La. THESE CtwcHIng SERVICES" AVAILABLE Havalet I : Checks: ,, Inciting Acimfrontatlon following the high

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W.i"Ii 'L .- 3710HJw... 'RENAGTURKEY DOAH _._'--... M BUN' w.. ceniticaieaofDeposit' Starkeled to the arrest of a Jackson
Night Depository
ROCKING M $ 99 $159" IESiiCH2 Money Market t ;Notary Public vine man.
l. 2l $219 Rocks were thrown at a school bu
SMOKED SAUSAGE V & SAUSAGE . rues. HOURS: from Robert E. Lee as the bus was
FRESH COOKED MON:WED. 9 a m.1 p.m. Supermarket leaving the area after the game at.
CUBED.IICKEN' LOBSTERS FARMERS CHOICE THURS.3FRI. aammpm: : : : cording to Patrolmen Mack Shore
$229 2 .. $399 2 ut' $159 SATURDAY 8 a.m:2 p.m. llaflKW and Steven Smyth. Passengers exited
STEAK . . u IN BAG . SIZE, GROUND TURKEY PUGS the bus and a fight started. Officers .
10-14 La. AVG.CAROLINE. interrupted the affray and told
FRESH 17 PORK ( SNOW CRABCLUSTERS the passengers to return to the bus
9 $980 5u$1899TURKEYS. however, one individual would not
. o i .La RIBLETS II II. 'soil II stay on the bus, started swingingarms
and kicking legs at the officers
HARVEST said Short. The man,Edward'
EVERYDAY Anthony Pullins,was arrested after
PRICE he continued to shout, in so doing
p tLOW
EVERYDAY EVERYDAY FRESH kept the other passengers and
Loth PRICE LOW PRICE bystanders in a violent type attitude
said Short.
PRODUCE Pullins was charged With Incitinp
i a riot, resisting arrest with violence
''I and resisting officer without
a 1 violence, said Short.
1 I Nature makes the produce. Bond was set at $1,000, he wuv
I \ I WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. released on his own recognizance
::-I1jJi 1 a I a Lincoln City Man
J Charged WithDisturbing

.. PeaceA

/ :ILYe was 34-year-old arrested Sept Lincoln: 28 after City he man in-

I 4' $100 terferred. with Rescue workers
Robert Earl Simmons was charged
to LBS. with breech of peace when he I
e FOR would not leave the area of 533 West
.- Madison St. where Rescue worker
: HOTEL were treating a juvenile for a cut
'. BAKING arm. according to Patrolman Mack
Short. Simmons became violent
IVIRYDAr,LOW PRICE' ,. I VIM Y DAI* LOW PRICK IVUYDA L'oW'' ..ICI: : POTATOES rested.shouting profanities and was ar

-+, THRIFTYMAID 8UPERBMAND Bond was set at $250, he was s
,-'THRIFTY MAID $ 09 4hz. 33 c $ 0 released on his own recognizance.


: ALL VARIETIES! FOR Caught In Sept.

JUICE DANO'S 3 $500 STICK CHEESE In, $148 The Florida Department of Law .
PIZZAS . fOR WRAPPED statess Enforcement's Most Wanted
C CHEESE RAVIOLI $ 48 Fugitive program produced its second .
9 9 CELENTANOENTREES 88 SUPERBRAND16a.. RED apprehension in Sept..
r 48-01., 13-... $1 CHEESE . . SIZE -- APPLES 38-year-old Paul David Crews was
SIZE.> . SIZE FRENCH ONION,CUCUMBER, BACON/CHEDDAR or arrested Sept. 21 near Harpers I!
ACOM/OtMON Ferry, W. VA. Crews, using the
ZEST BATH SIZE 4 DIXIANA GREEN GARDEN 2. 109 $ 'J8 alias, David. 'Casey' Horn, war
UM $158 Sge 1 taken into custody on the Ap
S3- DIPS .
BAR. II. . II. II II 4-LB. palachian Trail near Harpers Ferry
and charged with the murder of two
FRESH An alert FBI Agent from Lakeland
PHARMACY MEDIUMIiHEADLESS DELTA PRIDE noticed an article in the Sunday
Sept. 23, Tampa Tribune, concern
Wl KNOWINOLYUNDERSOLD WILL NOT WHITE SHRIMP! CATFISH FILLETS YELLOW 10 EARS $188 ing seemed the arrest similar of Horn to the and crime the facts for

.. fOR'LlLLys" which Crews was wanted In Bartow. I
g.... $ 9 g. FL.The name Casey was also that of
NPH u 100 CMio F1SHERMANl S S/l9 3 59LILLY'S C Crews'former wife.A follow-up with

INSULIN ... . PKa $. S89 WHARFVaFRESH > LB. LD. ONIONS. . \a Horn's W. VA and true FBI identity authorities as Paul verified David I

NPH, REGULAR or LENTS SEAFOOD Crews Sept. 24. Crews is being held
HUMULIN INSULIN $889 SASHIMI ORADE 6'/>-INCH $ JI99 in W.VA on no bond bending extradition .
w CALICO $399 SWORDFISH g99 MUMS . in m for homicide In both PA and FL
log, Vt co or VIOeo SCALLOPS O STEAKS . La Crews was placed on the FDLE's
1oo.cT.$1459 . La r
B-D . . .. FKam eight most wanted Bulletin in July
He is wanted for the brutal stabbing
of a Bartow woman in July 1966

Total Food Bill Clemmie Crews murdered in a Jewel after bar. apparently Arnold was meeting found

Lowes Everyday Since January the Inception 189, of ten the fugitives programIn i

featured on the list have been captured
'. ,four this year.r .




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H2- Page'R TaIJIG.,\....TL""*>IOXR SECTION October 4.ItM

.f" e Hampton Fray The Slab Fish CampSampson

( Eaves ... .,
... Writer to do so Padgett got Into his pickup the patrol car and threw police rest with violence, criminal Trestle Road
truck and rammed the patrol: car, papers, a camera and lawbooks out mischief, battery of a law enforc-
.' county patrol car Is out of according to Deputy Joseph of the vehicle, according to Deputy ment officer, said DeBergalis. A Thrkey Shoot
a. a result of Deputies DeBergalls.Padgett DeBergalls. Rhoden was one of the search at the Jail revealed Rhoden
called to a disturbance .at a has not been charged, in, peen. pushing and punching the of had cannabis In his possession with a Every Saturday & Sunday 2pm October 6 January
residence Sunday evening. the Inc: dent. while they were trying to protect pack of rolling paper in his pockets.
of a woman and child be- a baby from verbal and physical He was additionally charged with Bait Cold Drinks Snacks
against their will at a rental Several people'in the yard were In abuse, according to the report. Apparently possession of marijuana and possession
belonging to Elwood Padgett a combative mood pushing and punching the chud and mother left of drug paraphernalia, accor- 9649374New
: by deputies 'who on the officers an they attempted the area unharmed. ding to Lt. Ray Hunt. Sandwiches Pool Tables
the can. Upon arrival to Investigate,the complaint. Owners Charles &Louise Barber
r houseto Padgett told the officers Mark EdwardiRtMoW It, was arrested Rhoden was charged with Bond for Ute charges was set at :
and when the deputies failed after ha entered the .rear of disorderly intoxication,resisting ar- 12.000.

i Pending: Burglary of Country Club I NO OTHER BUILDER

i are pending against four throwing liquor V '" tiottJ' 'i'1'*a. into, the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission of them had a small or large amountof
they were found-Jrtlk li- woods when they arrived. The occupants were called to assist. Citations liquor missing from the bottles of CAN CLAIM
from the Stark Golf and were ordered to pick up the were Issued for trespass,littering several brands. A piece of ceiling
i Club In their Utter and a large garbage can full)of and possession firearm in a tile was also found with the liquor.
pcIIIr'i' on .or 9 different kinds and brands of restricted area. Earlier that had AS HOMES
found a vehicle stuck!: early liquor were recovered according to Set. Watson said be has not been been gained weekendbentry the rtANY
iI ) morning Sept. stop. Sgt Ronald Wataon. ceODe of the contacted by local authorities but he Starke Golf and County Club by per-
I assist. According tome men was lath, guard and could has 20 to 25 bottles of liquor that probably sons) breaking into the ladies .t t : .
( of the truck started legally be In the area, officers from belonged to a bar since some locker room, going through the ceil- 'I. VICTORIAN
/ : f ing to the bar where liquor valued at 3 8 droom.-2V4 Batht
.' J more than $300 was removed. 1583 Sq.Ft Living Aral
Damage to the building was s 3e ,a.a .
estimated to be less than $1,000 by e
Deputy Bob McGrath who said he
Pianist will be filing charges against the
four Individuals but as of press time ra Mr Movr
McGrath had not finished his report.
Vocalisticr Citations were issued by Wildlife _: A
Frye Officers to Harold "Bo' Bishop < -:.------ -
Stacey HIgginbotham, Robert -
Jackson and Chad Thornton. Walter Homes has by far built with the costs of surveys or legal fees.
Jim financed more Individual Just as wo have for over 280,000
Whether all four will be charged than any other builder, families the past we make every
: with the burglary of the country clubIs either locally,within the state or effort to make building on your property
Special performances
a successful unclear. .nation.WE CHALLENGE as easy ancllroubl.lree..possible.
to a packed have included throughout BUILDER TO CLAIM .

last week,the ,,' It concerts in the MORE'WHAT DOES THIS MEAN TO NO DOWN PAYMENT
Performing Arts U.S.S.R.WcstGermany YOU?It means that when Jim Walter 10%A.P.R. Flisd-RaU MortgageFlcti
presented in I builds for you on your property well >g,NO"POINTS"or CLOSING
by the SFCC France give you as much home for the money
to qualified property owners.
Ireland, and the as we possibly can hmaanallnanclng
Center, yti, will be handled fast,with little or no /In addition the
to lowest
this T' British Virgin Islands. &PBekIng hr hur part.In moat cases offering
J3f ,iigt approvals possible prices on the homes we build,
,Thursday A frequent guest within 48 hours Instead 01 and low annual percentage rate
4 with t V+ days applicailonrequired by most others. financing we offer a COMPLETION
a conceit
I on "Prairie HomeCompanion And ,closing
first ALLOWANCE of up to$200O towardpurchase
Methodist coats..they're all unheard of with of Items of
M Frye permanent
featuring 'ty Jim Walter. Improvement such.well,floor
\ has shared the stage =nyi3 > OVER covering,landscaping etc. I
: / Vclma c. "" j 20 MODELS BUILT ON YOUR
.The Sp.m. with such notables as y2S lF r A 4 V PROPERTY TO ALMOST ANY STAGE For any cash payment made at
OF COMPLETION UP TO 80% the time you agree to purchase one of
the 4r film director Sydney
our standard model I homes,well offer
Pollack humorist Roy YOCA1IONALaraCting When Jim Walter builds for you Itmeans an additional credit of 15%of the
of blues and construction can begin as soon amount paid either down payment or
: Blount, Jr., and as details and permits are cleared. total price.This does not apply to our
of love tunes Is musicians Leo Kottke, You'll be able to select from over 20 Regency Series Homes.
and open to the models desirable styles and sizes.In No other discounts and/or
_( Doc Watson, Johnnie most cases you wont even be bothered promotions apply.

i 5i Fryc southeast,well known Bar V and Gimble Jean Greg Redpath.Brown tlllrpelitry ::< J/m ( ): / .' HOMES j

5I concerts and "She is a terrific osimetnlQgnineSS'c The Mtton IHBMI buMw o oo-yourtol XomM.
I for her piano player, with an \$ Call Toll 1-80O-4-WALTER (1-8OO-492-5837)
performances for fun brachum or vWI our modal home oenMr
public radio and . absolutely touch" said sure GarrisonKeillor Auto Mechanics Open 7 Days s W-.Weekend........-Set.a A.M.-S PM.Sun.PM.-a PMmnytopicMMIIIaraandMnoralltanMnotiMCMUrilylnduitod ,
a ,is an S Many,many mors't,
gifted host of Call Orarngc: PEn.r1'c. F"I.-
5i "Prairie Home 656 :J31a.ruJ.i.r:1g: : :J31"Vd.
i e p ss/v almist Santa Fe Senesht1 Companion".
; with a The concert will z lfita.TtcRttion 4 Artwork. ( .Shrub..Iwicteuplne. ,
,? background in Jdcto\ conclude with walks..nddrw.w.y.a.notap.nnore/lams.V. !., e.Nmws.Hern.*Inc..WHO Copyritf ANuum.t.r..ppro..naw.*08tcIIy--., CDC03U24 I
f jazz and pop T9th ( & 4)) 8.00PM "meet-theipperfbrmcr"j t
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h _, II
,and has taught J the StarkcWomen's I"\\ lliiI, t I
t o"c reception at .1
{ the past performed 18 yean. Fi irst Methodist Church Club. !


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: Police Beat Evan Eugene Sikes 51, was ar- to Deputy Thrift. Bond was set, at Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson. PWLS'redden") ,' driving. fleeing ,at-' ,. LevI. Simmons was arrested Sept.

rested Sept. 29 for battery(spouse), $5,000 he was ROB. Terry's blood alcohol content waa JO ; to elude, wilfulwantonrecntlut J5 'for DWLS," according to Sat.
by Carolyn Eaves according to Patrolman W. S.; Allen. percent. Bond was set at $500. be. driving, according to Good er. Simmons was additionally
BCT Still WriterRecent He was released after a $500 surety Nathan Shane Arthur 19, was arrested was ROR. Patrolman Gerald Hayes. He was warrants with improper
bond was posted. Sept. 27 for failure to appear released after surety bonds totalling exhibition of firearm aggravated
Arrests for a.charge I of battery according to. Thomas L.Se.*.. .*,was arrested _.2I1I'W'e'' posted. assault with firearm discharging
I Deputy Thrift: Bond was let at$900 Sept. 29 for DUI, according to firearm Bond was set at 1150.
4n Bradford CountyThe he Patrolman Lyons. blood Isaac
Leonard Aaron 31, was was ROR. Spate's Simmons 21. was arrested
following arrests made arrested Anthony for alcohol content was .OS*; Bond was Sept. 25 for DWLS.. allowing David Stevens 23, of Duval was
were Sept. 29 on a capias
,In Bradford County by local violation of probation sale of Cocaine Shirley Williams of Lake City was set at$500, he was ROR. unauthorised person to drive, sews arrested Sept. 25 for DWLS according
authorities. '. of cocaine accor- arrested Sept. 28 on a Columbia. ding to Sgt David Goodner. to Trooper.: Donald. .Deanat
ding to Deputy Jason Bennett.Aaronran County charge of Uttering a forged Michael Edward Ice 84, of day
instrument to County arrested Sept. 27 for failure\
Shirley Ann Williams 34, of when the officer attempted to arrest to for
Deputy Anderson Holland. She was appear DWLS according to tr
Gainesville after 15 .
arrested but
Sept. 29 was apprehended ,
released after a $5,000 surety bond Deputy McGrath. Bond waa set yr !
violation of officers. .
probation possession of. minutes foot chase by four was at $120.. cash only.
cocaine, delivery of cocaine accor- Bond was set at $2,900.: posted. .
ding to Deputy Joseph DeBergalis. Roosevelt McDonald of
W, Union f.
Williams ai
was from
Clay was ,v NEW
County arrested as for
Traffic Sept
County to Bradford authorities with DWLSaccordlngtoPatorolmanToin
bond set at$2,601.25.She was released Edward Leon Hankerson was ar- Randy Ira Broskey, 33, was ar- Gorman- t5
on her'own recognizance (ROR), rested Sept. 27 on a capias for make rested Sept. 29 for driving under Influence ., FALsLISUITS ..xI
ordered to return to Bradford when ing false or fraudulent Insurance (DUD and driving while John Alan Holtzend
Clay County finished with her case. claim according to Deputy Danny license suspended (DWLS), accor- Sept. 30 for orf.24 was ar "
Thrift Bond was set at $1,000 he ding to Patrolman Robert Lyons. He cycled license DWLS.to m motor, I oocs:
Walter Allen Hall.23, was pickedup was ROR. was released after a $1,500 surety Donald Dean. He according was released Trooper aftera :
at Tomoka Correctional Institu- t bond was posted. $405.25 cash bond r. t E naj
tion Sept. 30 on a capias with a hold James Coleman McNeal 32, of was posted. WRH WSTi
for court according to Deputy Alachua was arrested Sept. 27 on a Lynford Conard Terry 38, was arrested William Keith j
Mason U of Put
William Brown. for sexual battery according for k'y 1AbC
capias Sept. 29 DUI according to nam was arrested Sept. 2ft for / >r.1i/ftOLlrlf/OOLt/ ,

I Bradford Traffic Court Finals

by Carolyn Eaves with prison sentence. Misdemeanor Gracie M. Bias pled no contest
acT Staff Wrlt.r Arvil Walker Shealey charged petit theft Johnson$52 court cods. ; aLAZE1tSTtGKCTs'a
with refusing to accept and sign,citation Arraignments Daniel pled no contest issuing -
The following defendants ap- ; dismissed. Jonnle Ann Allen pled no contest worthless check; make
peared before Judge George H. Shealey pled no contest leaving retail theft; $52 court costs. restitution. Trt County supervision.
Pierce Sept. 18 in Bradford County scene of accident; fined $353.50 Tri Lisa Marlene Durham pled guilty six months. r
Traffic Court where their cases County supervision one year. retail theft; $52 court costs. March Patricia Searcy pled no ,
received. final disposition. Shealey pled guilty DUI; fined Larry Hampton pled no contest contest petit theft; write letter.of
a> battery $52 court costs. apology to Wal-Mart make NORMANDY BOULEVARD
$1,225, license suspended five years ; rectltw VOLT* IBJRfC
Walter A/Alvarez pled no guilty 30 days in jail on weekends attend Dewayne Edward led tion $212 and show proof. $nj court. I JIM
driving while license suspended advanced DUI school. no contest battery; fined $172.7 20 costs, Trl County supervision. six. mSJIf
(DWLS) found In to in if violates .
; contempt Shealey charged with DWLS; days jail suspended no monUII
spend ,30 days in jail if he gets dismissed. laws six months Trt County Proba :. :t't: ... .;: -
another ticket for DWLS. tion. "
Willie Jr. contest -
Banks pled no
Richard William Bizzard charged DUI; fined $700 license suspended! Sabrina A. Parrish pled no contest: 'j! ..
with wilful-wanton reckless driving; six months attend DUI school, Tri breach. of the peace; six months '
dismissed. .. islon., court probation $52 court costa.:
Bizzard charged with unlawful County' Adro eppetw John Brown pled .guilty to Marshall Phillips pled no contest ,,----
speed; ordered to attend defensive wilful-wanton reckless driving; fin animal cruelty or abandonment; r \ fR', : ,
driving school. ed $437.50, attend DUI school Tri found not guilty dismissed. >'
Sherry Daughtry charged with expired County supervision on year 50 hours Richard Mark Potts charged with
mobile home tag; presentedvalid community work. battery; dismissed. '
tag dismissed. Elizabeth C. Scala pled no contest / *
Lori Ann Goetzman charged with Brown charged with DUI; retail theft; six months.probation, '
expired mobile home tag; presented dismissed. $52 court costa... \ : 11" ;
valid tag dismissed. i'
Clanssla Hernandez pled guilty :5 ;;: 5th'AnnualAuxiliary '

NVDL dismissal.; present valid. license for SPECIALS. THAT SAY "HELLO" 1" : : \

Hernandez charged with unlawful J
speed; to attend defensive driving TO ]FALL I : Bazaar
school. .
James C. Keene charged with ex- .. -o: .. ,..

pired mobile home tag.; dismissed r' .. .J, .. .; '
presented valid tag. o
Edwin Larry Linton charged with SPECIAL PURCHASE ..
expired mobile home tag; dismissed. v '

Robert. Sean McCann pled. guilty House Plants FALLANNUALS Friday; October"12 9' am 4 pm

DWLS; fined $172.75. & Vegetables
Theresa J. Mitchell pled guilty 99t. $ 99 -Tomstoes'Pensacs* Bradford Hosptial Lobby
NVDL; presented valid license Potuniai & more Ill H: .
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dismissed. .
I Boyd. M- 'Rhea"charged with ex*''.' Valucs.tol.Q. _.. 4" Pots. V 7 .. _.....
i .tr v .r1\fb:;' -....-.......-- .. -
pired mobile nome tag dismissed; :
;' / rrt \AU c ...OJ" :" ."'A" 1'1.IUU:0 lUna q q bl\i :;..../.l.I.d.: ;' .
presented ..
-i. David Sumo e pltd g uTfy -- RYE CRASS SEED NOW IN STOCKIjS :lesl.'ftP' ?rfJ' Ji ibP1n; ", ::1 '1't", ': .r"". I' "ke.a. o o ci ies! .'.1;. Jt.i..r'J r !' r.:
NVDL; write 500 word essay why = S .
laws should be obeyed and not driveon --"'- : t> lunch$3) "
Spaghetti? ( )
road with 3-wheeler dirt bike. t l !
Robert Andrew Smith pled no con- .
test '-. '':>;"-' .
driving under the Influence > Drawing fovprizeslfrom ,
B (DUI); fined $43750 'Trt County of q. r 'OULAN
supervision one yearl license Otr 'ar+ne ChAiri PRO '
suspended six tend DUI e SA Ws
school 20 days in jail on weekend. 1 o A.3setnbled dt gut()' Serviced Tickets ($.lmybt.- ;ur4hased any Auxiliary member.
Mike Stewart charged with ex- 12ead v : .
l .
pired mobile home tag; dismissed. c.f Prizes donated :? f.V' ...*
Andrew Dewayne Thomas pled 'g rh 14 bi2 Model S25 by

guilty fleeing or eluding police of- ? chan Ace I Ihudw.iro *. ( omifiunlty State Bank .Denmark Furniture
fined Tri ,
; $17275 County =y', chain
supervision six months. / $40BBS2tsS First National B.wk First Union Bank Griffis Gas
Thomas pled guilty wilful-wanton
reckless driving; fined $172.75. ( 9 Mitchell's DrugS i') Wilson's Florist
Dennis Dewayne Tyler pled guilty
Improper tag fined $172.75.Billy .
WaoHill charged with SELL! ,.
DWLS; present valid license and R,,5.raBSffi.WE

will dismiss. SERVICE ALL B BRADFORD sprrA(
Donald Drexter Creamer pled KEROSUN &TOYOSTOVE _
guilty DUI fined $1,225, licensesuspended HEATERS! .' .a.i *> 'p* n I
den years attend DUI lIP
school 30 days in jail concurrent AN AFFILIATE or SANTAFE IIEAlLfi1CARE922East
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Divorces GrantedIn E3T0PITR0L : .Call'Street. 964-= 000,
Bradford CountyThe

following marriages were ..wr a
dissolved in Bradford County during
the month of
September ------ ----- ------ -- ------
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John D. Infinger & Heather L. Inf-

Inger. .
Jerry Vales ft Michele C. Vales.
Odert Green Sr. & Frances Green.
Ricky Hall i Kathryn O. Hall.

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Named Broken Silence this scene .
I ts now available as a print and .
poster offered by the artist Gregg Annual Yield 30-179 days Annual l Yield Ie
and Florida Wildlife
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port University scholarships of Florida. Proceeds and Inter-sup- ;

/ disciplinary alligator research In 772 8 25' ,07.8100?
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5 "Funds will probably go toward a Annual 1 RateOiilmanwliKtloehung ; l/l Annual RateFlorida
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., Percival UF'S Institute, a research Food biologist and at xulu -
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:' studied gators for nine year "An Downtown Gainesville Gainesville/The Oaks SUrto .
equally Important benefit\ to raise '220 N. Main Street 67D7 Newberry Road 395 W. Madison Street v '
public awareness of the need to pro.,
964-5000 .
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:, numbered Posters are limited$15.edition Signed prints and are IFDIC Gainesville/University ;' Keystone Heights Ocala '-,. Federal

C\ $230 framed or $100 untrained ex INSURED 3501 W. University Ave. Lawrence Blvd. & 3033S. < .3J.teoeRd. L .. -
1\ eluding handling and tax.'For more, 373-8482 Sylvan Way 237-7204' .. : BankI
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_. Florida Seniors On Medicare Don't File Claims
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I A federal law taking effect Sept. 1 vider directly). Providers may still that physicians are not required to
means Florida'seniors covered by collect fees for the non-assigned file claims for supplemental', In
Medicare will no longer have to file claims even though they are re- surance. !",
claims for covered benefits. quired to file claims on the patient's "The doctor or supplier "can't"
The new federal law requires behalf. charge the beneficiary for com
physicians and suppliers to file "Congress passed this new re- pleting and filing Medicare claims"
claims for all their patients coveredby quirement to relieve seniors of the Crozier advises seniors.
Medicare Part B for services on paperwork involved in filing
or after Sept. 1. Beginning next claims" said Janet Crewler senior Calls to verify that claims''have'been
month all claims must be submittedby advocate for Blur Cross and Blue received should be placed to-
I the health care provider, even if Shield of Florida, the company that Medicare's "Short Order Service"at
---------., the provider does not accept assignment administers the Medicare programfor 1-800466-7588 when calling from
(when Medicare pays the pro- Florida.She cautioned however( outside Duval County.
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Minor Injuries In Accident. Powder
TW people received minor injuries when a,rear-end collision occurred at Washington&Water streets 1 0 "ignition tlfWWt 201
September 29.Arturo Pebenito 45, of Orange Park was transported by Rescue to Bradford Hospital WILDCAT 1ZGA 70113070WW16M i*
according to Paramedic Beth Hardee and EMT Dana Whittaker. Coretha Daniels was taken by private 22Rlmflre 111GA 7011327
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Medicare. Insurance Compensation Accepted
struck by a 1981 Ford driven 21 % Ration 7
Motor deliver*
by Coretha Daniels of Starke. Karen Lord, M.A. CCC/SP 50 Sands flush on
Daniels failed to stop at the Peggy Ploatner O.T.R. 45
stop sign striking the Buick in I Laura Hodges. P.T. per Bag Reg. 79.99 Sale *
the rear. Beth Blgelow. P.T. RN A.T.C.
Charges are pending against %"V.S.R. HAMMER DRILL
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People Helping Peopleaparenta"and Bradford Banners Enroute To
: > I

Support Is Available In BC American Troops In Saudi
When You Need It

100's of kids and adults Atwood, night Auditor for the
1 from Bradford Schools and Days Inn of Starke and a
by Marcia Coodg surrounding areas took the coordinator of the local
aCT Staff Wrll.r "We've filled 40 feet
n time to sign bAnners destinedfor program.
How do you get your kids to do \i Saudi Arabia to be of banners from this area
things you want them to do? How do
you talk to your kids? Do you raise displayed to American troopsas alone. Participation by
your !kids the way you were raised? a testament of support for youngsters at the local schoolswas
How do you handle a teenager's their efforts by those of us not overwhelming. The
special problems? sweating it out in sand land. banners from here and the
These are Just few of the hun-
dreds of questions which many, The idea was first put forth rest of the country will be
parents would like help in over the Days Inn computer delivered through the USO to
answeringand help is available system at Corporate the troops out in the field."
through a local organization knownas Headquarters in North
the Bradford County Parent, ,
and far 300
r rp' Carolina so over
Education Committee, Inc. (PEC).
PEC is not a state-run organization Inns have participated in the
like the Department of Health effort.
and Rehabilitative Services (mRS) "The 'Note From Home'

or although a school both district HRS'nd program school I (, 'N r sr1 a'j / 1 1t program was voluntary but
y there has been a tremendous
representatives serve on the com-
mittee.PEC Is a true example of the participation," said Beth
classic case of people helping peo-

.. .. .
ple."So -- .
often feel s. s r r a s s
parents as though
they are facing their problems com- -=55 COUPONGUARANTEED
pletely alone," says Chairman I 1 TRANSMISSIONGENERAL
Laura Conti. Parents need .to.,be
made aware that many other people fltSe
have similar problems and are hav- & CK
ing the same trouble resolving them. Nation Wide I'C C
PEC does not attempt to tell parents Showing Warranty REPAIRNext
how to run their household or their
lives. What it does'do is provide a (R-L)William Atwood Joshiua Luke.Takeila Beard,Jessica Carter and Candice Landy of Starke to Starke Radiator Corner Hwy 16 & 301
parent with a group of people who proudly? 1 one of the banners and for the "
Element many signed ready overseas journey to our
understand the and
discuss! possible problem solutions. It gives can .Project Coordinator Beth Atwood is shown in background. B30IHHEfAflSfMSS )}f HCCK
parents the one thing people need
most...someone to talk to."Parents'make <'hangefluldreplaceor
their own deci- has a panel discussion scheduled Conti,who is also a family educa- organizations to create a committeeto _- mg clean filter, adjust bands,
sions,we just give them the support which will bring school represen- tion specialist for the Child Abuse fill a void they saw. oueon check vacuum check ;.
they might need in making and implementing tatives,child and education experts, Prevention Project (CAPP); Most of the PEC, boardmembersare U-Joints, ,check CV joints,
those decisions," said parents, and interested lay people Ruckdeschel. a peer coordinator like these,who wear two hats. In check and adjust linkage,
Secretary/Treasurer' Roxanne together to discuss the problem and the Bradford County Guardian Ad many cases their positions in other road test for performance.
Ruckdeschel. < explore possible solutions on the Litem program (which provides child-related organizations led themto
PEC "Is'dedicated 'to teaching' local level. non-legal representation to children PEC as they recognized the needof 964-6810
parenting skills and family Interrac- The committee deals with local going through court cases for many local parents to have some .
iion to parents and guardians In the' people, local problems and offers custody, child abuse etc.); Vice- outlet for discussing their problemsand '''' "
Bradford County: area," says one of local solutions. Chairman Clarence DeSue BC feedback from other parentslike ; :TJU\:: : :, -_.. rVi. r--_=_-_- :
the committee s announcements.PEC Schools social worker, and Dr. themselves, as well as professionals t I COUPONEarn ,... .
deals with"such diverse fieldsas Oct. 15How to HandleA Wayne Whiffen, a local optometristand in the field.
discipline, stress alleviation, The free and include s. s. r s. - s.- s.
Child's Drug Problem a member of the CAPP task programs are
communication, alcoholism force,are very good examples of the refreshments with free babysitting
reading skills and the motivation ot Other upcoming programs Include way that PEC has molded together provided. The organization has, in
students." discussion on how to deal with a people from various child-related
PEC Is totally -non-profit child's drug or alcohol problem. See Page 1ZB school
volunteer organization which is Barry Frenchman, substance abuse your high
made of professionals and therapist for the BradfordPutnamUnion -
Interested up lay people with represen-. Guidance Clinic,will lead this L PRICE.WISE diploma by taking the G.E.D.
tatives from nearly every organization discussion on Monday,Oct.15,at the Stores Sale
in the county which serveschildren Starke Elementary School from 7-9
.FOREMOST test. For further informationcall
and families. bring you star
'"Whatever needs. doing, we do," p.m.Another meeting set for sometimein '
said Ruckdeschel,./'We let parents February will deal with how people PRICES 10/4 964-6800 extension 122.
know!that no matter what, they are handle relationships.PEC .
not alone." '' draws both widely-known experts -
and talented local people (professional : Registration will be Monday,
Truancy DiscussionSet and non-professional) as JINI4OUSEmPECiALS' ; TI J : I

In January. parents leaders have of discussions expressed which interest I local in. ):1 : CANADIAN IOKDCAIVERT. < : "''::'U 12.99SEAGRAM'S October 8 Thursday,
PEC first attempts to find out the This ability of the committee to take c '
: :
specific needs of parents in our com such diversely talented people and 150. VO: %;. ? 8.99 October 11 1990.Testing'dates .
munity and then provides programs bring them together into a working .4 PK":;:BARTLES&JAMES ORIGINAL;"* 3.19
to flSEdp feet tROfflfpeedqfFor examtruaKw -' J unit, is what makes It possible for' ;;15 $MIRNO 0*' <. 7,39ABSOLUT 1
Jte, |Whi school Is a.bJg, f VODKAf ... ... .. .... ,.
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fJ Thursday October 18 1990.

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Lessons Start Oct. 15, 22 & 29/]f' ''I: & Rose Marie playing Farm Tires,

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+ r ; Wed. Fri. Sat. Sun. forester split rims
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.TWIN THEATRE To the ,Citizens District 4: BRAKE SERVICE &: BALANCE

.I"Starke'; 964-5451 Replace pads or shoes: $ TIRES
CLOSED WED THURS I would like to take this pack resurface bearings drums: bleed or rotors&adjust; ; 5 495 00
road-test most American cars $16
&trucks. Metallic extra Front or
: parts
;! opportunity to thank all of, when required. RearNO
fS&iBO; .su. ,::r.--r,1u.-; HIDDEN COSTS ON BRAKE SPECIAL! Moat Cam ft T.lnht Tnirka
: 1iVtng: ti*:
the people of District 4 for FRONT END ALIGNMENT TIRE s

Includes set caster,camber& <* _..
GHOSTPATRICK electing me your countycommissioner. toe suspension>In to mfrs.&: steering specs. Inspect system. %J> Tj a 495 .

For most American cars. *
SWAYZE Front wheel drive and Chevette purchase of
vehicles extra. Parts extra. tires 1111.1.Ill

GOLDBERG WHOOPI' I will work hard to represent all the GRAN PRIX RVS
I55T3J' : &:9:15'' people of this district and your concerns 31X1O.5O 15LT &72.OO BALANCED AT NO
SatSun.: .5:30&: 8:30 31X11.SO 15 LT 79.00 EXTRA CHARGE

SCREEN: 2IS ONLY- about our county government will be my 33X12.50 15 91.00 I

concerns. I will always be available to RADIAL XL MULTI-MILE POLY GLASS BELTED

1f'1t7 a1':: P1S3-80R13 539.OO 133.00 I

V'filtr OVFTREASURE you, to discuss your county governmentand P178-80R13 P19S-75R14 39.OO 46.00 39.00 34.00

tAte any issue that we may face. P2O3-75R14 48.00 Ul.OO343.OO
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William Jones Mrs. vis CauseyMrs. near Green Cove Springs with Rev. Cemetery near Lake Butler. Archer a member of the Church of Christ fLake Children who were turned down
Joe Barrie officiating. Burial will Tanner Funeral Home of Starke was Butler. He was a U.S. Army
Jones, 79, died Ivis 59, of for Supplemental Security Income
Morgan William .Taylor Causey follow in the church cemetery. In charge of arrangements. veteran of the Korean Conflict and a
Sept. 28 at his home near Waldo,' Starke, died Tuesday, Oct. 2 at her Friends may call at the Masters member of the Communication (SSI) disability benefits may be
following sudden illness. Theressa borne following a brief il- Funeral Home of Palatka 7... p.m. Ed ColeEd Workers of America. eligible now because of'a'recent
25, 1911 in Baker, Tla.:, !lness.
Born Sept. Survivors Include his wife MarthaN.
Mr. Jones moved to Waldt 1n 1988 Born Jan. 12, 1931 In Alma Ga., Friday. Cole 62, of Starke died Tues Hendricks of Lake Butlertwo Supreme Court decision, Glenn
from Carrabelle, Florida. He was a Mrs. Causey moved to Starke 21 Edna Davis Harley day morning, October 2, at the! daughters,Glenda H. Brown of High Moore, Social Security manager in
member of Moose Lodge No. '1014, years ago from North Carolina. She emergency room of"Bradford Springs and Mary H. Jones of Lake Gainesville,said today. .
Ocala,and Baptist Faith Church.He was a member of Hope Baptist Edna Davis Harley 75, of Starke, Hospital. Butler one son, Kenneth Hendricksof The decision in the 'Zubley' case
was a retired automotive mechanicand Church and a bookkeeper for Sun- died Sept 27 in Bradford Hospital. Funeral arrangements were incomplete Lake Butler brothers
a Merchant Marine Veteran of shine Industries. She was a memberof Born September 23, 1815 inLawtey at press time but will be James Hendricks; and Donald Hen affects children who'were denied
W W-lI. the Marine Corps Auxiliary, the Mrs. Harley was a lifelongresident announced later by Archie Tanner dricks both of Gainesville, Drew because of a medical determinationthat
Survivors include one son, BarryC. American Auxiliary and the of Bradford County. She Funeral Home of Starke. Bryan and David Hendricks, all ot their disability did not meet
Jones, Vacaville, California; five American Business Women's was a retired dietician from Brad- Lake Butler,Joe Hendricks of Silver Social 'Security'sdisability
sisters: Lillian B. Price, Lake Association. ford Hospital a bomemaker and a Marie Banks
Herman Hen-
Geneva; Myrtle Feuchter, .Sebastian Survivors include her husband, member of First Christian Church. Marie Banks, 77 of Brooker died dricks Springs of Maryland Jacksonville and Vernon requirements. The court ruled that
; Elsie Feuchter, Miami; Marjorie Willis (Bill) C. Causey of Starke; Survivors Include one daughter, September 19 at Bradford County Hendricks of Cocoa; two sisters, the requirements were too strict
DeBusschere, Marysville, one son,Paul C. Causey of Starke; Shirley Douglas of Starke; one son, Hospital following an extended 11- Marie H. Brooks and Evelyn H. Social Security is rewriting its
Tenn. and Betty Marzac, Charlotte, one stepdaughter Nancy Swilley of S.C. (Bud) Harley of Starke; one Paulk,both of Whitehouse,and three disability) rules for+children and
NC, and 4 granddaughters.Funeral Lake City; one half-brother. Jay brother! Henry Parmenter of Ines.Born and raised in Murray Coun- grandchildren.Funeral .
held Oct.: 1 of ; Jennie Starke three sisters beginning to identify children who
services were Taylor Perry one sister, ; : Evelyn Amyof ty, Georgia Mrs. Banks was the services were held
in Belleview Cemetery, Belleview, Vaughn of Jacksonville; one half- Jacksonville, Pearl Byrd of Ken- daughter of the late George and Un- September 27 at the Church of Christ were turned down and may now be
Butler officiating sister,Sharon Waller of Monticello nedale, Tex. and Olla Mae Rowe of ,
Fl. with Dr. E. Winston ; nle Moore. with Bro.Robert Burkert,Bro.Gary eligible. In the meantime parentsor
under the direction of and one granddaughter.Funeral Starke. Survivors include her husband, Wyder and Bro. Samuel Long of guardians of disabled children can
Jones \Funeral Home, Starke. services will be held Funeral services were held with.- Bill Banks of Brookerone ficiating. Burial followed in Elzey'Chapel
Thursday, Oct. 4 at 2 p.m. at Hope 30 in Dewitt C. Jones Chapel daughter, Rebecca Banks of Cemetery. Archer Funeral apply td see if their children qualify
Baptist Church with Rev. Gary Rev. Charles Soper officiating. for SSI benefits now,Moore said.
Brooker;two sons: Bill Banks,Jr.of Home of Lake Butler was in chargeof
Heath officiating. Interment will be Burial was in Lawtey Cemetery Inverness and Jimmy Lee Banks of arrangements. People can apply for SSI at the
Johnnie O. Jackson in Crosby Lake Cemetery under the under the direction of DewittC.Jones Moore
Ocala two brothers: Bobby Gainesville Social
; Security office at
direction of Jones Funeral Home of Funeral Home of Starke.
Johnnie 0. Jackson, 80, of Starke. and Magle Moore,both of Cleveland, Theodore RosierMr. 530 N. Waldo Road. For more
Keystone Heights died Nina Irene VanDalsenNina Tennessee; two sisters: Lucillie Theodore
Alachua General Hospital. following Moore of Dalton,Georgia and Violet Raiford died 83, information, call 1-800-2345-SSA
a long illness. Margaret E. North Irene Van-Dnlsen, 88, of Moore of Pensacola; and six grand- September 25, at Tuesday the North morning Florida, ?1(1-800-234-5772).
Born April 3, 1910 In N.C., Mr. Keystone Heights, died Sept. 25 at children.
Regional Medical Center in
Jackson moved to the Keystone Margaret E. North, 88, died Sept. Monroe Regional Hospital following Private funeral services were con- Gainesville after
Heights area in 1971 from Cincinnati 26 at the North Florida Regioanl a sudden illness.. ducted September 21 at the Chapel of lness. He an extended il-'
born in
Raiford where'he
Ohio. He was'a member of St. Medical Center following a long il- Born June 6, 1902 in Michigan Archie Tanner Funeral Home, with lived his was entire life. Mr. Rosier
He lness. Mrs. Dalsen member of cremation Archie Tanner
John Baptist Church, Melrose. was a following.
was a retired maintenance worker Born and raised in Clay County, Gadara Baptist Church and a Funeral Home of Starke was in was retired the Florida from road maintenancewith Ranger Supervised
with the Cincinnati Milling MachineCo. Mrs. North moved to Starke In 1933, homemaker. charge of arrangements. Road Department
and an Army veteran of WW-II. where. he lived until 1979, when she Survivors) include two daughters, and.was a U.S. Army veteranof &
WW H.Survivors
then moved to Gamsville. She Pearl NormanPearl Riding, Hiking
Survivors include his wife, Mamie was Jeanette M. Daning, Keystone
Lee Jackson, Keystone Heights,and the widow Edwin Elmer North. Heights,and Lois Gaikema Grand include his wife, Mrs.
Elizabeth Allen Norman,78,
Ruby Rosier of OfferedSan
one daughter, Zora Bell Thomas; Survivors include her son, Ben E. Rapids Michigan; a son, Leon J. of Lake Butler died Wednesday morning four daughters Browning, Wanda Raiford of: Camping
Canton, N.C.Funeral North, Sr. of Gainesville; two Van-Dalson of Lakeland Fl.; 11 Sapp
the Lake Butler
Sept. 26 Tessie Cason
services were held Sept. sisters,Elva Lee of Green Cove Spr- grandchildren and 10 great Lawtey and Maggie
29 in Dewitt C. Jones Chapel ings and Mattie Morgan of Neptune grandchildren.Funeral Hospital & Hand Surgery Center Moore both of Raiford and Martha Felasco Hammock State
extended illness.
Keystone with Rev. A. Jenkins of Beach; one sister-in-law, Annette services were held Fridayat after an Addison of Gainesville; one sister, Preserve in Gainesville offers
ficiating. Burial was in Florida National Hickey of Palatka,and three grand- Gadara Baptist Church with Rev. Born in Nassau millard County living Ruby Rickerson of Lake Butler; 10 activities
most of her life in before grandchildren and 10 great grand- ranger-led now through
Cemetery of Bushnell, under Leamon Ward officiating. Burial
the direction of Jones Funeral Services are set for 10 a.m. Saturday was in Gadara Cemetary under the moving to Lake Butler in 1982, Mrs. children. April. A different activity is offered
Home, Keystone Heights. at the Decoy Baptist Church direction of Jones Funeral Home of Norman was a homemaker and a Funeral services were held each weekend.
member of the Church of God in September 27 at the First Baptist
Keystone Heights. Hilliard. Church of Raiford with Rev. Sieve The first Saturday of the month
Robert Morris Adams Survivors include two daughters, Haskill officiating with burial features a guided horseback, 10 mile
Edna Moon of Green Cove Springsand following at Sapp Cemetery. Archer trail ride. Riders must bring their
$500REWARD Robert Morris Adams, 71, of Cathy Addison of Homestead; Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in mount and have of
Starke, died Sunday at Bradford three sons: Richard F. and Elmer charge of arrangements. own proof
Hospital following an extended illness. Norman, both of Lake Butler, and negative coggins. The second
Edgarlee Norman of Yulee; two Saturday will have an 8 mile hike
Born and raised in Bainbridge, brothers Elbert Allen and Foster along shaded paths, where you will
Georgia, Mr. Adams attended Bainbridge Allen, both of Yulee; 17 grandchildren Card Of ThanksThe
sinkholes creeks and
schools. He served in the US and 17 great-grandchfldren. pass small i
Army and then moved to Auburn- Funeral services were held Sept. ponds. While'the third Saturday of .
dale, Florida and was employed by 29 at the Chapel of Archer Funeral Glen Hendricks families wishto the month will feature an overnight
the Florida All Bound Box Home with Rev. Cranford of- for the food,
Company Terry thank everyone hike or horseback ride where you
information leading to the for about 30 years. ficiating. Burial followed at Long flowers, visits, prayers and calls will San
Mr. Adams moved to Starke in Branch Cemetery near Maxville. during our husband, father, grand- camp out and.experience
arrest conviction and return of 1978 where he has resided since. He Archer Funeral Home of Lake father and brothers illness and at the Felasco's "night life":, The fourth
was a member of Bayless Highway Butler was in charge of ar- time of our loss. Saturday is an Orienteering program
goods. (bar-b-q grill/smoker) taken Baptist Church. rangements. We also want to thank Upjohns, where you will learn to find your
Survivors include Us wife, Mrs. Hairbiz, Doyle Archer, A&A:
in the
: Mary Elizabeth Adams of Starke- Glenn H. HendricksGlenn Transport and the churches which way woods using a map and
early Sunday morning, September one and Beautrice Stansell of Harold Hendricks 59, of prayed for us all.Thanks to all In the compass.All .
Starke, SOD Eddie Adams of community that stopped me to ask acti'vitiesare by reservation
Lake Butler died
.. .. ;;;9, from Western Steer Clyde,Texas; stepmother, Mat- Sept. 25, at the North Florida about Glenn, it meant a lot to all of only. Space.'.is limited. For
tie Lou Parker of Bainbridge Ga.; Regional Medical Center in us. u .. ...".., ..,<.* ..'!w reaervaiionircontaefe+San Felasco
one brother Frank Adams of New
--- ...$ souse. Call 964-8061 or Bury, Calitornia; a sister, Mrs: lness.Gainesville after..AQ..extended. .. il- In Christian Love Martha Hen- Hammock State&leserve, c/o
.t '( Katie DaJgJe of Orlando; two grand- children and families also-.-.DaviIs...m.Ma3l p.r State-
64-5400 with info.. Born In Union County, Mr. Hen dricks, ;;
children and three great- and Geological Site, 4732 '
grandchildren. dricks lived in Miami five years all the brothers and sisters N.W. 53rd

Graveside funeral services were before moving back to Lake Butlerin families. Ave., Gainesville. FL.(904)3362008 -
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Tuesday, Oct. 2, at McKinney
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14x55. 2 BR 1 BA. Make offer. CaR West of Lawtey. turn on 68th Ave., money down. $71.41 month. Owner.
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Pleas call\ M44647. alter 6 p.m.CHEAP delivered. SO Down to landowners ortradeIn. net on 301 (Lawtey). Friday ONLY. 8 .... ."" ,,, '". your little heart desire. Homo drasttteHy reduced to sell..NON.
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cording Reveal Detail 801-370- BATHING dipping. Professional l master Iota of mice. N.W. 29th Ave. off 301. < . .. ." .. P' ", .- ".' "I homo Is a Gfot..Oreot Buy.
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tans rebuilt engine, RVT. $1700. BIRDS; Conure' $150. pr. with weds thing. 7 PRESSURE TREATED LUMBER, hardware town..Call today for more details.BE .
1080 Chevy Custom Van Automatic nest box. Albino A Pearly' 615 Franc) off Orange St. Friday & A plywood. Open ; Mon. Fri., COOl IN THI POOl 3BR 21/2BA wide home w/Jacunl. LUXURY
-$1.600.064-3728. 2 Cockatlel AH with Cages. $85. pr. Saturday. Oct.5,3 a 7.95pm. Good 8:00: 6.30.Sat: 8 3.30. Stephen Mentor bath. .......lfuf ceramic a quarry tile throughout the homo double
1986 DODGE DAYTONA Turbo ARed 782-3885 4 condition ladies, men children Smith Lumber and Building Supplies. cor garage Immaculate corner errs |kit es teat es e pin.Com: take a look
AC. PS PB. 6 Speed. Tilt. Cruise clothe Little bit of everything'* 7 miles South of Starke on 301. 468- end see the beautiful pool end bo.-.....Countay Out Area.BO .
control. $4.800. Call 064-4400 afterHONDA 7GARAGE 2624. FREE DELIVERY. 12 ACRISi Has 2...." WeBs.s. rttc tank. 3 acre fish pond and many
6pm.ACCORD ("" SALE Thursday a Friday,Oct 71 FORD 350: Positive traction rear end ...xtroEWeeRMN offer today. '
LXI. 1989. excellent "AR'. J's. ::. 'S; 4th a 5th. Morgan Road.Comer of Rd $150; set of solid aluminum diamond *SANTA PI lAKEi BO of frontage cleared ready to build on. located on
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3465.2 Way. 964- 521 7 duty,$55;Ford 2-10"x15"White spoke 1* ACRES PLUS M COUNTRVi Owner finance with LOW downpayment.
1981 Honda cord.Qoodoondltfon.New SATURDAY"Oct 6,0-3.411 No.St YARD SALE; 4 mfr North of Starke on rims with 12.50x35 Super Swampers HURRY this won't lost long.
paint Job. $1.500.533-2828 Clair Street Clothes, bbbooks. toys 301. Fri. a Sat Oct. 5th & 6th. Jewelry $60; $50 without tires; '76 Black full *4 LEVEL LAKE FRONT HOMEr approx.3BOO sq. H.w/4111.4 1/2 BA.carpet.
3 tires sewing machine 7 B4W TV, stereo, men suits truck seat $35;Chrome front bumper
drive Acres w/100 ft. of crystal water
76 Toyota Wagon 70 V.W. Bug Can FRIDAY A SATURDAY. 0-2. Clothes, )weight bench a pots desk. misc. fits 73-79 Ford truck.$40;Realistic 40 tile CH/A private asphalt on.2
964-7489 2 toys coin,electrical material,baseball domes. 7 channel CBw/mic. $30.2 Monroe front..REDUCED.
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Interior..Now$4600..OBO. 782-3660. 1*t Mobile Home on right on S.W.2nd follow signs. Pots pan, dishes nlc- only $350. 064-3939. 12 *FANTASTIC COMMCRKAL BKITiMNOi Located.on Call Street West. ClI.
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LEASE: Location 225A acres from antique ash tray on stand couch 100 W.stlD Bayless Hwy. (225)) then .Nex OOROIOUS CEDAR HOMIi 3M 3BA 1 1/2 story home In the Country
Old Louise Hunting Club. Short or what-not, A collection of tea pot*. right approx.21/2 mile on left in front to Ed's at 304 E. Call St Starke.98 Club. Beautiful landscaping on 2 forge lots. Call today for details.
long term available. Can Casey 485- and tots more. 7 of Mobile Home located under cedar M-F 0-2 Sat. 964-2968. 12 WATER FRONT OONTSMTORAeTY""4IY8L HOMES.... 2BA, CH/A. over
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301 South. Southpoint Plaza. 964- silverware.Jewelry homemade crafts track, turn right. 7 BLUE CHIP COMPUTER: 60 meg hard Looks like the Keystone golf course..Fantastlc price.
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turn left on C-233 (Morgan Rd.) Go 2 on dirt street beside Publlo Library). $800.Over$600 worth software on ho..... CHI A on a main 'hard rood. Priced to ..... This Is the country home
mles. Blue house on right 9.00 am til Baby childrens. adult clothes. Tools, harddisklnc.WordPerfects PCTool. you've always wanted..Call for more details.
:MOB":;: :" ,.', : 6:00: pm. 7 tires bicycle antiques, house hold Quicken3, Print Master plus several *GORGEOUS BRICK HOME IN CITY LIMITS i Any type financing It offered for
FRI. A SAT.. Oct 5th A.6th. Double bed, Items. 9 am tfl 77 7 others. Call 964-8212 after 6:30: p.m. this home. 3 BR/2 BA w/CH/A. Fantastic naI 1bcwtIaocI. Kitchen equipped
'j O.R'S; L' single bed. baby bed. swing, trailer, .. All In good working order less than 2 also comes w/washer a dryer. Must sell. Make an appointment today with
walker carriage,bed spreads,sheet, : '( : yrs. old. 12 Sandra. Anne, Pebble or CeceUa..
MUST SEW We have built new home dungrees pots A pans,dishes,lamps, UPRIGHT FREEZER In like-new condi *Mea MOBUI HOME LOTS. OWNE FMANCit low..low..down payment.
and must move) 12x55 Mobile Home drapes curtains tires tools 4 flush lion. $175 00. 064-4269. 12 Fantastic neighborhood, call today for on appolntment..Theso lots won't
1880.2BR. 1 BA.CHAA.We pump A doors A much more. 7 mile South of 3 ACRES ON FORSYTH ROAD:' By BASEBALL CARDS: 2- 1990 Score Set last long. HURRY.
power pole Included You move. Now Starke on RD 100. 7 owner. 13500. Phone 1-407-464- $48.00 Ea., 1 Upper Deck Nolan
only $5200 OBO. Great for starter YARD SALE:3: Family.Sat.theeth ONLY. 6827.3 Ryan Upper Error$20.00.964-8740
home or 2nd home!Call 7823634.tfn Little bit even/thing.504 N. St Clair HALF ACRE OFF S-229. Call 964-6889. Evenings. 12
4SUPER St. 7 9 FURNITURE: ((2) 3 piece living room
SAVER PLAN: For limited time HUGE Yard Sale: Behind 1st Christian 2.1 Acres, cleared high well A septic suites. 1 sofa 2 fireplaces cast iron I
only. Purchase: a 1001 Fleetwood 2 Church 607 W. Call St.Oct 4,566.. power pole, $12.500 or take overpaymenta. tub, gas heater curtains and other..
BR. Loaded Air condtioni Delivered 9:00: III ???? 7 Call evenings, Alan 06423849 Call 782-3722 for info. 12
YARD SALE Oct. 6th. Across from S.
and Ht-upwlth only$1200 down
$218 mo. for only 6 Save Side Elem. Typewriter queen linens ( .

'-$6586111 Cal Steve Smith.years 004-752- Jacket 7PtoM' *, sweaters baby clothes ,r' .... "0 ."., ,

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Anne Ttrwtllfgar Brown Sandra Terwlll.car
Insurance Collision REALTOR ANES.USHElf 473-7M1 M4-4211

CR229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133 Your Union County Realtor

Lake Butler Lake City

496-2126 or 753-3500 V.A. F.H.A.CONVENTIONAL. &

PRICE REDUCED..BRICK HOME..I 2 acres, fish pond, flreplac. Must see this
71R.tn lovely counryr home to really appreciate all the extra Owner moving out of
area.motivated to sell NOW.
OWNER WILL FINANCE On. acre and Mobile Horn. with cathedral telling in HOME FINANCING

Union County.
-1 ACRE. ACRES..3 ACRES..4ACRES..I 5 acres..6 acre Owner will Call
,flnance..Sultable for Mobile Home. Harold K. Davis

APPROXIMATELY 44.5 ACRESt with Mobile Home, pond with bridge, woods,
privacy fence and also boarded fence on rood frontage, Union County Call for GAINESVILLE Ph.0643739PXX
hECUAL L appointment to see MORTGAGE Box(68,Stark*.FLLeeetodLonfchnnpBldg.

-1 ACRE to 3 ACREJi For sale...Owner finance. Owner. will olio finance septic .
Starke Office ..+-.r..t US 301 South
tank and well If buyer qualifies.
l\\ -4 LOTS for sole across from Lake Butler' Lake on SR 238. Owner will finance at

W 10 percent for 5 yrt. to qualified buyer a a a a a a a a a a aa
a a
'4 BR BRICK HOME Block from Hotpltal with extra large corner lot..CH/A

HOUSING r plus appl., Seller: motivated.;

Susan M. FauSuier.GRf.-CRa President JANE S.USHER REALTOR Accelerated Realty ins.a

"'.11111' -BOO-729-0736 755-1500
ERA Faulkner Realty; Inc. Your Union County Realtor..If/ I Don't Have It. ,I'll Find ill

Located Hwy..30 I. 2 bjocto South of C.R. KX>.. 221 Lafayette StPRICERWUCIDt10acre.over500'frontageowner : 964-4544 a

financing 146-90 LAVERN H. OUTLAW Hwy. SOI S. .

block buildingversatile ; a Starke. FL a
2400 ft Broker
*TWO 1T000Yt 4 Bit. 2BA. plus approx. wq. u.screens
( ) Thinkfng of buyfrtg or
**3sa HWY.1tIA Ilk ca with HOUSES, SIR.OH 2BA 1 1/2 brick ocre,veneer ossumoble and mlg.block.by qualifying Immaculate; kid" T.90 v OUTLAW selling? Calt us! a ../IlomesLot "Ac I.e JYl3.tethput aa

.*;quipped fOOD BUSINSS excellent location reported very good Inco.... 129-90 Re-% Evenings 6VWeekerit& .JFUJn v/Commcrdal' a

GOLPYIIWI 2 nice....lIdlnglata.' owner financing 12890K1NGIUY I .SPACIOUS NOME 3BR/2BA CB "
blllt -. Family Room CH/A. Range Ref rl
beautiful Iorg. lot with doubl.wide on Your Full Service Real Estate OfficeDavid'K0ado a
AssumoMe mtg. 127.90 and Dishwasher Screened Porch Garage. 18OO SF. Corner lot $75.000.a
roOm and porch.Plus garage a utility. building.16'on 301. 3BR/1Ba. owner I financing THERESSA ARlAi A.Fr_, CB. 3BR/2BA. CH/A. Stone Fireplace Family
HWY .1 .HI epprox 3/4 ACI. 1 9O a Room Laundry Room.tOxU Utility BWg w/Waier 6 Elect 2.79 Acres, a I
V $75.000.00.OIlAHAMa. .
... | sAl house plus large store building good location 122-90 121-90 64-8370' | 4M/3BA: Stucco Horn, large Family Room w/Flreploce.
build Mobile Home Florida Slat* Certified;
B ACRE sgAUT1PUL HIGH beautiful LANDI unlquo. Aput. has many extras Owner Reat Estate-Appraiser a CH/A. Range Refrl.... Dishwasher kigrownd Swimming Pool large a
to ACRE FARMS 119.90 -- Oak Trees 3 Acre S59.SOO.
flnanclno assumable VA Loan 148-90' a I NSW BRKK HOMIi 451/25*. Stove, Rein Dishwasher CH/A. SunDeck a
"*C1OU TO HOSPITALS good onl ocr. 149-90 2240 SF. Oarage. Well a Septic 1 Acre. $84,500.00.SAMPSON .
.*ONLY t.t9..... few this beaullfuilloubl.wld.beautiful home. call now for appointment 1 .9O I LAKEl 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick living. Dining. Family
10 GREAT ACdI with 145-90 r a Rooms CHI A, 2310 SF, Porches 2.' Acres, 17000. a
"1...K ystee /Malro.a lintel arse Income in Town. $19.900 98.90 I 'proffjsstorul; prop rty Manas tm hiAEXCEUENT COUNTRY LIVING 3 BR/2 BA Two-Story Homo, Well B. septic I Acre
NOMaI or .
I $40.000.
*UNION COUNTY MOSRE HOMII on Call 2.25 for acre mar.details 68-90 I lOCATIONi walk to everything CB, 1200: sq. It. 3/1. CH/A, a LAKE OINEVAt 2 BR/1BA Frame Screened Porcties.14 x 16 Utility Bkfg. a
TOWN NICI8.3 BR with CH/A. .*FARM HOUSE13/1 on 10 ocr., only 13S.OOO. Add'l acerage avail.
*IN M.H. Good Nftlollnco.... allthis Well (. Septic large Ut.$24.fOO.
with 2 11I.IBA. .
'*PRICE RWUCW.3 BR IlIA. tOB-9O OWNER FINANCINOton Cro.by lake Canal D/W CH/A.rge, ref. $34,000., a GRAHAM ARSAi 3 BR/2 BA Doublewtde MH. CH/A. Stove Rein 2 a
en"_. _owner NOTHINGS 1Ilng. Lawtey t..t the chickens area. do the work on this GOo ACONNERLY EJTATMiBrlck. 3/2 on 1 acre, Immoc. cond.. landscaped yd. Acres $40,000.'SOUTHEAST .

*11UDOfWOtlJ(1NO POR tJ1(1 hau... far chickens and a 3 BR 1 'A home **UWiGorgeous D/W. 3/2. CH/A. All Appl. 2 1/2 Ac.REDUCEDI 14th STi4BR/2BA 1977 SW Mobile Home w/Addltlons.
Has 2.3 x YARD. 2 BR, 1 BA. a a
farm. ENT. FENCED Inexpensive living.
five ddcfuln *CONVEN
S69OIuu. CH/A Washer Dryer 4 Deep Freeso. 20x30 Work Shop Fish Pond. 2
for All this an 8 acres. *BEST AREAl Slarke, Brick Over 2000 tf. doubl. garage en 2 large lots.
yoaa. Lake. Price lust reduced with j Acres 25900. ,
on Sampson
DREAM FARM LAND. Older MH. 2 Wells.
6<4.90 a ICIAI.PttOPUTYI a
owner financing. Lot I. 100.720 3 '11.2 I BA. home w/CH/A. on Pratt St.. Call for *40 ACRES Heavy timber. Highway frontage, Lawtey area. I -WALNUT STREITi Two Buildings Suitable for Small Business. For Rent or
,*COg TO sHOOLSl: 97-90 *LAKEFRONTS Fish a Swim. Wend cottage. Furn. Sandy beach. Lease.
ACREStw/doublewlde. Close to Lawtey. Will divide. Owner Financing. a
delGlis 114-90 *a7 HWY MI sOUTHi 200 Ft. on Highway. Plenty of Warehouse Space. a
100 LOT with Lake prlvlleg rlrt,3horiv.C! *NATIONALLY KNOWN ELECTRONICS BUSINESS! For Sale to Qualified Buyer.
*71a rg..Uk.. all Ml NORTHi Yerd
20ft Oft paved HWY Salvage with 3 Blt/1 BA CB Home. SW Mobile
LOT$'each 75 x .NEW-BIAUTIFUli 2 Story ever 3300 sq. ft. unfinished U.S. 301 S.
*(a) 109.90 a Home 40x60 Auto Repair Shop Septic Tanks 6 4 Wells, 3 Acres. a
$7.eoo. BRICK J/JiCH/A. walk to shopping, quiet neighborhood.
three.QOSI Ids ppdHOPIIP 2 II.211A. with Florida Room fenced back yard.92-9T Call .LAWTEY AREA Specious older ho..... 3/2 Owner financed. EAST CALL STREET Office BUg. For PXOPWTIISI Rent or lease.SBUCTSO .

NON QUAUFYINOi Assumable 3/1 In town. $34,000.
today few a I 40 ACRtSi Can be purchased hi 2O-Acre Tracts, Near lawtey.B a
36 Acre.
*BEAUTIFUL B STORY brick a cedar farm home 4/21/2.A on
*FARM HOUSE A BARNS on 3 ac. Good or.o. Clot to Starke. REDUCED ACRES Frontage on Hwy 223.a .
Call One of Professionally' REDUCED HOME BLDO. LOTSi Hwy 16 W, City Water a Sewage Owner .
Trained Stftff Today...964-5O69, Close Int HOME BLDO. LOTS Shady Oaks S/D.Brooder...
: >tUS 101 SOUTH Lara triple \'Ida 3/2 On .5 plus ac.
After Hour* Call| TIt M Realtor Associates: *1t9. DOUBLE WIDEi Nice/ 29' x 56', close to Starke on 1.37. acr... Only a POUR t-ACM TRACTS Smoker, Hwy. Frontage. Owner Financing.
'" THREE 1-ACHt RIVERFRONT LOTS Hooker, Owner Flnonclng.VBMNOSi a
L. ulkner..964-5142 >
+Cow..rtiY LIVING AT ITS REST Brick 4/2 many extras, pool on 9 acres.
e Darlene Oodwl* .....48S-2:503 LAWTSV AREAl Nice 3BR. 1 1/2 BA, 4 sep. rentals, all on 1 acre. a I Weyiw Devgles, 64-Utl BM OeM 94474M a
e TOtiren "Woody"' Ryder..9G4-9O4O ACOMMERQAlt. U.S. 301 frontage Owner finance, small down payment S SMels Wert-9M-7464 SRI OOOIM.N4-4444.
Thomas (Tom) Grews.....904-6788. plm acres.I .
NEW ASSOC Jenny Mann /Y1rR.Connie! wliiiam.| I eUlUMNO LOT<<; IN STARKEt'City water and sewer, good location. $6,000. A A A A A A A A A A A A AII


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,. I" 'il# i ':SA"L' '. tt t: : W 'NtED": ;PERSONAL, : ", NOTICE FOR RENT YARD SALES ".
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CLASSIFIED ADVUnsiNO should be sub- BK>, :OAMKV-HouMware/ *, small appliance -
HOSPITAL JOB:$t.8Mw.yar area No mined to the Lake Region Monitor office CLEAN MOBILE HOME 2 BR 1 1/2 *, doming nlk-nack, toy etc .
1090 PANASONIC Mobile Phone,nearly asp .-... For Info call 1-900- HANDY MAN: Bargain Ra.... Painting In writing and paid In advance Bath. on 1 1/2 acre Clay. County Fire Tower Road. Watch for signs;
new, portable with auto hook-up and 226-0399 17008am-8pm 7dtys. Plumbing Electrical,Decks,Additions unless. credit Is, already establishedwith $250 mo. plus dep. 473-2S68 FridayftSoturdoy, 96. 1,tod 10-4 ,
charger. chars TABLE& and 2 drop-leal Wtm9644405 WHY RENT? HOMES FOR $1.00.1.RE-
S40.0CXyyr1) READ BOOKS and TV Local reference: STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
tables(Duncan Fife.).9946362FRESHCUTAUCIAHAYIN Scripts. FBI out simple like/don't like"farm. before 7 a,m. or after 6 p.m. for beet RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN POS. OOVT GIVE AWAY PROGRAMS HELP WANTED*
'2 EASYI Fun relaxing at home, results. TFN 17 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER For Information 804-649-
ROLL Mulch .0670 Ext R-9579 :-13 HAIRSTYUST-For full service salon In
lor landscaping 7823140. tfnHANOI check.24 HOUR Rocordno Reveals. SALES AND SERVICE: AN makes Classified deadline I'I 11:00 a.m.Tuesday TWO BBMOOM-House, irSurnlihed ,ln Keystone Height Flexible hours..
12 601-379-2955 Ext FE1A3B and models deaned, oiled and adJusted prior to Thursday'* publication. Keystone Height close to downtown Please call 473-0257 TueidoySaturday.
HOUSE PORTABLE buHcengf., 15DIETARY $IS. New 233&used sewing Minimum charge Is$3,30for 13 words, stores. $325 per month plus month (. Ask for Diane. 2tchg92027HOMES
storage DOWN" garages greenhouses. AIDE: Part-lime. Ramadan machines. Hwy 16 (Morgan than IS cents for each additional word. depoilt. Call Bob.Bloynt ,at "3-751"
NO PAYMENT.Hwy Hand Institula/LaKe Butler Hospital: Road)904-8733 TFN 17 H bill are mailed out, there Will be a after p.m. ltpdlO-4 FOR SALE
301 South B64-884S TFN 1-498-2323. 15 WILLIAMS DISCOUNT AUTOMOTIVE $3.00 billing charge.
12 CLERK TYPIST needed for busy law firm. SERVICES: Quality work at !lowest Moiling address: P.O. Box 1171, SERVICES NEW JiR/ftBA-Wllh patio and fireplace
12X21 CARPORT $900.NO DOWN Please apply at Job Services Starke, 'prio a.All work guaranl8ed.9643412.MISCELUXNEbUS: Keystone Hts., Fl 32656 on paved rood In city limits. Vaulted
PAYMENT.Handt House portable 064-8092. 15 TFN 17 CAREKX IN HAL KTATl-We Train. Wat- ceilings. $S9..900. Royal Builders,
Hwy 301 South Starke.964-
buildings AGGRESIVE Licensed Real Estate con Realty Corp. 473-4816 ehgfl/30 tfn 473:<4385 or 4732838. 4tchg13IO4
8848 TFN 12
Agent For Personal ConfidentialInterview OINIRAL! HOMI-Repalrt; plumbing WATIRPRONT-5BR/28A on Spring lake,
-Cafl: Lavem Outlaw 964- FOR SALE roofing, carpentry heat & air eond.., wrap-around deck waterfront.
4522 15 painting door, lock. ewers & t74.500. 473-024 leave
.. JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA SATELLITE to drain 4732577.2tchg9l320ILLS ooe.4tchg10-4.11.18-23
'f' Openings available In several;;!areas, MAN WITH YOUNG SON WOULD LIKE divorce. Still YSTEM-repaewed under LAWN SIRVICI-MowIng, raking, NEW BRICK-Home, 3BR/2BA, split plan,
I"J.: :(" will train. For Ml. call: 708-742-8620 TO HUNT ON YOUR LAND. WW down. warranty. Nothing edging. Call 473-0165 4fpd9-20-U-25 oak cabinets, fireplace, cathedral cell
: :: : : ', :: ; :::: .., .. ..! .362FIRST IS consider lease or will work for trade. 4tcha9/6-27 ELECTRICAl-Servlces. Wd |obi' ex ing. Extra nice. $88.000..73-9236 or
COAST M. H. SALES la now Very responsible. Bruce 064-2918.. SATELLITE SVSTEM-IIke new 6 mo. old eell.nt'c"'at reasonable> price 473-0340. 4tchg9-27-10-1B:
TRAILER FOR REN' )R/1 BA. Air taking application* for Experienced 18 with scrambler. Nothing down. 473-9157. 4tchg9-27-10-18 NO QUAUPVWO-Aumable.flxed In.t..t -
condidonlno Close to prison.One acre Mobile Home Sates People. Located $49/mo. 1-272-1018 4tchg9/6-27 GOLD DEDIT-CAIID.Caah Advance pro rot.!'2,000 sq.ft.. MR 2 full
lot $250/month. Call 495-3816. at Hwy 90 West Lake City FL Call f BUSINESS 7HP TROVBILT.TIIIer. Several attachments gram., Vlio/Mactercord Guaranteed. bath, great room. Fully equipped
13MOBILE ((904)) 762-1452 or come by. Ask for In the box. Like new. Three No security deposit I90044MXMO.$25fee. modern kitchen. Solar hot water.
Toni. 15 OPPORTUNITIES 'hours ue..Must sacrifice: $1500 (health 4tpd9-27/lO-4-11.1S Storage attic. Large fenced yard, brick
HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY DO YOU NEED-REPAIRS to homo ormobllehome patio. Paved: dead end street Walk to
problem) Truck wheel,
WATER SEWERCABLE TV. 2 BR, ; ; >FC{'fs 't f: BE A PARALEGAL Accredited 1978. Chevy-one town $75,000. Call 4733756. TFN 10-4
:ti fi : 13 Inch '(five lugs). One 16 Inch (six ?' Call Bill at 4739470. ? :
1 BATH 064-7498 Fin.
TFN 13 Home
-" " "" '- ; Attorney InstrUCted Study 4tpd10-4-IMB-25
> .
lug ,
VILLAS : :; ; ) one 16 Inch (eight lugs) $14.
WALDO am now renting Aid Free Catalog. SCI 1-800-669- your choke. Chevy itep-bumper-llke I BINGO 1.1. held at Keyilohe-Melrote LAND
Townhouses. Starting at $260.00. 6 AC.Rench ne wfcu.lom built 3BR
2555.20 new. Fits 80-88 pickup. $45. One American Legion Foil 202 on Hwy 21
Equal Housing Opportunity. For more 2BA Brick: Home. 2 car: fire rug at 7 and on .
Saturday night
9xl215. On. piece of carpet8xl1S10. p.m. NICELY SHADCD-Lot.w/MH hook-up,3ocre /.
Information call 468-1971. .TFN '-. $ ese oker. Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m.3mo..pdl04122O .
13SENIOR 21 Ptooperrtty 73- Check Our New-2 Chevy van bucketseats In Lake Geneva (904)376-5938)
with bate for 82-90 model. Atchg9-' -I0-4
CITIZENS SPECIAL: Retired 4003. 16PERFECT Maroon-$50 or 2 for $90. 4752372. TANK SERVICE 100 nRCINT-Flnancedl 1.5 acres on
55 and older.MowyOlM'mob8e home FOR HORSE: Brick home on
to Mimosa Manor. No deposit we 1 acre+. Al fenced. Excellent (ocaeon. ClassifiedAds ltchalO4I9t3 Septic tank pumpouta at reasonable paved road. Convenient to Melrose
furnish city water,sewer and garbaue Priced to el. 466-2895. MO D.$200.: I Kimball Deluxe 400 price,alto drain pre repairs.Stark and Keystone. MH okay. $8500. Only
18DIVORCES Organ-$250 2 boats, 1985 Cutlass 964-8121. TFN 17 $105 per month $500 down.4.75 acres,
pickup.7498.13FURNISHED$90.00 monthly rent.Ph.064- for Supreme Brougham (need FLOOR SAGGINDOOR giant oaks, 19900. 1-639-2269 0/..
ROOMAPARTMENTwhh PERSONAL block-$1500.) 473-0249 Iv. meage. DRAGGINHOUSE OUT OF 3tchg9-20-27-10/4
2tchg10-4-11 LEVEL??LaRue Service for
uh lies.One middle p d person.M4- Leveling
5970. 13 SERVICES Great Buys all your foundation repair 473-7721. PERSONAL
MOBILE HOME: 2 BR on Griffls Loop. FOR RENT TFN 17 .
$190 per mo., $200 dep. Cal 336- ,$9>$150; WIllS.$35-$5Q; UVt-IN MATURI-woman that desires a
9593. 13 DEEDS, $20. MANY MORE SERV- LAKE ACCESS-2 or :3BR mobile home home and companion for retired
4 BR HOUSE IN COUNTRY: $425month ICES AVAILABLE. Call Bradford $145/$1S5 per month. Lake Geneva YARD SALES gentl_. Room ft Board. 4752343.ltchgtO4 .
-$200 Security. Cal 864-3728. Secretarial Services Inc.,8642700. Fast Eddy's &Aunt Addy'sAntiques Rental. 473-7566. 6mopd7-90-1-91
13 tfn 17PRESSURE MOBILE HOME-2BR or 3BR $145/$155 p.r MISC. HOUSEHOLD-ltom, clothing
3 BR 1 BA. $275 references required. WASHING: House, sidewalks & Collectibles' momth. Lake acceii. lake Geneva toy, '.5. Friday/Saturday Oct. 5-., FOUNDSET
964-9553 after 5 pm. 13 driveway trailers, roof and Rental 4737566. 6mopdto12-27 6030 Blueberry Hill Road off 315-C
2 BR.Block Home In City Irnfts.964-2506 roof repair Call 964-6341. Terry viet 'pebao NICELY HADED-3/4 acre lot, MH hookup Uchg 10-4
$300. 13 Park TFN 17 leap Sbol' In Lake Geneva (9043765938.) SATURDAY 10-4-8 until. Pork of Palm OP KEYS-One I.a Datsun key. Foundon
HALF-ACRE Mobile home lot for double- CC CLEANING SERVICES: Immediate OCTOBER SALE 4tch9-27-1O-4-11 Many children' clothe Men' 16 '4732210.Highway, 100 In Keystone. Call

wide or slnglewMe." We furnish water opening* for weekly and bi-weekly 9:3M:30 SW MOBILEHOME-2BR/1ViBA, CH/A ihfrti, mem/ladle (jean, Olympus COLD CHAIN-Call
: : to 473-0787
cable Is available. Cal 064-7896. cleaning.Carpet,tile wallpaper eta IVi mile from redllght In KH. 11 mo. 35mm w/3 lenses, co... Shotgun after 6 Hi930HIMALAYANCat Mentrfy.
13 782-3089. 17 Sunday-Saturday) rent plus ec. depoilt. 473-4475. reloader, chain aw, nice ladle p.m. '
2 BR Mobile Home.Fum.or onfom.D6+ PROFESSIONAL PAINTING: Residential 2tpd9-27-10-4 clothe ((10.tA) & handcraft ltchglO-4 home. found male. Need
8218.13 Commercial. Free estimates. Gift 782-1474 Itt ONE BEDROOM-Cottage. T block from good 473-3193. tfr9.20Vroubei

NEAR GRAHAM for rent 2 large traders Discount for seniors and. disabled. 1- Shop 301 Lawtey sic Library $2SO/month water and garbage -
Light* and 468-1666. 17 Included.4n- 961. 7 a.m. to 4:30 -

security.4851371ws.k 13 HOUSEKEEPING:Christian lady to clean p.m. 4tchg 10-4-25. .
1 BR 1 BA Trailer parteNy! furnished.$65 your home,weekly or bi-weekly.Many '
week.$50 dep. Cafl 064-6442 year experience with good reference \ TimberWe
: *. Linda 964-6629. 17 SOLAR POWERED GATE OPENERS
3 Bedroom. 1 Bath CM/A,carpet deck
front porch,apliances/ furnished.$375. MOBILE HOMES WASHED: Safe, low I111TITIfi1Dmfu PowerGate Systems
per month plus deposit with 1 year pressure cleaning Includes window
Ie.... 4 miles north of Siarke on 301 (outside only). Singl wide. $21.05; Buy Pine Trees in
to NE 60th east,to NE 11th.tight Doublewtde.$29.95.Bradford-Union- Ill111J.IHIllll ((904)) 462.5495.3 Year LImited WarrantyJi1iI
sign. Phone 1-778-0314 13 Clay Counties only. Call 964-8961. yard or on uncleared lots.
POS. OOVT GIVE AWAY PRO- SEWING with an eye for perfection -
GRAMSI) for Information 604-649-. Full service)for all your cloth- 4r '
0670 Ext. 895793 Ing needs.eaU 964-4 767or 964-6810. i Call Anytime Kicky Wroubel

'1991 Fleetwood 3 bedroom.2 baths,Includes If no answer, leave. message for Card.MOBILE /_ < "':; i -.- e.,,. 282.2431;
single/ roof, wood ..... up- COATING- Kbol t r. ru ;< : ".
gradecarpel.IrepI'IIOI'nIr9room.. HOME ROOF : ,, .:'}
utility room huge bedroom and much Seal (While or aluminum). Applies I Large or Small Loads of Llmerock '
skigtowkfe any sjze.Only$79.95.
more for only $310. 00 per month.. your I
Now down payment to Landowner fttradein Gall 064-8961. 17 Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer : I
*. Cal (904) 762-1462 MOBILE HOME REPAIRS: Cool an
13 weather** coming get those doors, : I
1991 Doubtewtde Destiny. 3 bedrooms windows repaired or replaoed-now. !9tR4-ss 182w"J/ <9645823 .akE. 964 609S>1 ( t t
3 baths Includes single roof, wood All mobile home repairs with free.
siding.kip a llvered.Only$184.-' estimates. Ca1964.8961.17REMODELING
mo. No down payment to Landowner :New construction,no Job .
orTade-in Cad (904) 752-1452. too big' or little. Call 964-7217 after 5 DURRANCE PUMP & SUPPLY *8O Chev Chcvctte
13 p.m. or 964-3818 anytime (leave $
Endofthe year Close Out-Save$1.000ls.' message). I Ken Koehler. 17 864 N. Temple Ave., Starke Economy Car 03588 ii
eo. bedroom.
Eves &:: Weekends:964-7578 77 Datsun
Fleetwood a*low a*$130.00: month. WANT TO STOP? THAT'SOURSI Plck-Up $
Cat) ((904)752-1452 or come by First Alcoholics Anonymous 064369. Sharp Gas Saver #3585 895
Coast Mobile Home on Hwy SO in 9644150. 964-8614. 17 Well Drilling -
Lake PAINTING: Any trailer, w/palnt and one 'SO Dodge D-1OO Pick-Up $1
OUN'S SUBOMSION. MOBILE Home color $120. Woody, 664-6405. Residential & Irrigation Good Dependable Truck #3566

.. loll for rent water and sewer fur- 17RUDY'S '
tv available. 782-3333. Automotive, Have your brakes 78 Ford T-Bird.' $
TFNh1cable done all this for$20, front$25 back, Good Transportation 4>3B83
HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for plus parts. While you watt. 2163 N.
Temple Ave Starke,FL Phone-964-
rent. Close to prison. Cd 468-1323.,
TFN 13 4423 17 Pump
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT: 2 and 3. CHAIN LINK FENCE:Installed. Free. 79 Chevy Pick-Up'
...... HANDYMAN FENCE CO., Sales & *
Bedrooms. Near Prison. Cal 964- 8 Cyl. Std Trans, t3S79 1995
owner Tommy Reddish, 064-8659.
6115 or 468-1323. TFN 13
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT: 1/2 MIle TFN 17ALTERATIONS Service On j '84 Mazda B-2OOO, Pick-Uio inr

from 13 City. Furnished. 468-1323. TFN patches.eto.: zippers Drop hems off;and buttonholes pick- All Makes 964.7061 4 Cyl. 5 Spd. AC #358e' 4&flre O

MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY up. 7-days a week,7am-8pm.964- '79 Suburban
WATER SEWER CABLE TV. 064- 5587. Plnehurst Variety across fromSoufrskte tic.1305 Chevy 1995
7498 TFN 13 Elem. Hwy 100-TFN. ,'.' V8. AC #3555
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17 '83 Buick 8/W $

E-Z WHEELS V6. AT. PS. PB. Real 2495BBBB

1320 N. Temple Avenue Starke j $ S-Bl B

DOG GONE USEDFURNITURE C964-1783=:> 4'83 Cyl.1 Toyota 6 S pd. A/C Tercel#3682 '$2 995

'84 Plymouth Duster $ '

B&B ', 1 1i'IP.? U 'i 4 Cyl. 4 Spd. A/C #3576 2995
f' y ere 4 '82.' Monte
Chevy Carlo
USED L 11 ) \t\t
,' tt1 t't4t':1tt $2895
V6. AT. PS. PB. AC #3530
j, %..fe::\ ", an ce:1 !i
FURNITURE '; '-?"" '... ."<"" ,%.,." ",,, ...". "" -.."" ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,iS i"l .<' '87 Chevy Chevette
964-5190 '_ or_. 4 Cy. 4 Spd.3587 2695

r &t Me '84, Chevy Citation<

r AFFORDABLE A heat pump Ilifift VO. A'; ACfj3590{ ... $2995

e above lea picture of a A o" '

Z: Th dog eating F-R-M .
; food. -Where's the T.H.E.APARTMENTS. anyone will feel '87 'Plympu'tft, Horizon $

F-R-M dog food?" Will. tt ask 4 Cyl. 4 6pd.' ';XO 3S8l 't
5 ;
tasted so good that the dog ate
:II very bit of It. ""Where's dog?" comfortablewith '82 Chev' S-1O"Plck-Up

After he munched down the high 922 E. Brownies'St. }1JliIilJ.; V6. AT. PS. PB. AC #3522 $3695.

3 F-R-M Camp Blandlnf Rd. .... .
energy there was no reason r } '
3 for him to hang Starke. FL 32O91 83 Buich.Re alV6

I' around. Dog Gone 964-7133 .. ,.... '..... -' .:AT.' PS, PEVAC .3573 $

1 I '-i we missed. thepicture '83 Olds
but ::2 &: 3 BR family oriented with Gutless
we hope I ...
I i you .don't. F-R-M laundry &: large playground. .. Ira Boy Us ond Tnas toy s XL
$ Dog Food The FREE Electricity first month. fotIInf 01 axn1art. Because the n, hI" '; <>f@ .
:$ feed they need.King Rent 30%' of your monthly Income r 1200.tbatron-heat pump II backed by an aduetve lIIIIIufacIum'.10lest ;%.'f> :, ,,1
If you r Bmtnlwwi) otyoob I Lumber -If you earn$3.38 per: hr.. 4O hi*. a R the unit mob(!eflfcfcnqr' nclps reduce pumpP4u It III ltle".7MMr' : ;
week ft have 3 dependenta' your Call tod*}far details!: en t the XL 1100 heat e Fully Loaded '3540 FlfthAvenue$4205:
"' rent would be about*1 12 a monthor
of Keystone 3.73 per day for days left In the '86 Chevy Celebrity

:'s:; 5 MI. N. of month Qualified for Singles move-In Accepted.alter the .Drat COWARTAir Gas Saver ExTia Cleart'! .351 f $3995

"Move-In eoet be low '
can aa aaOfe. 84 Chev
r Keystone on *1091> Loia hey. Conditioning Contractors Celebrity '3995
Nice. Runs
SR 21 .Haumlra Perfect #3501 '
-= JtenfJbrXMtotburmomr errln.Bradford County and I 964-8025 I '84 Ford T-Bird '
f I ;a.r:473..3127: c Uau""'"' '''' earseuadlag,counties for over 157...... I One Owner 3441 $3995

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tU niANCf. USIO AllS AND learn L. Parks
VAMumnci. ;y _.Mn .cm. 4 Now In Middle East
IradeOom. fix HMD. 4962090. 4tpd. SUPER SAVER PLAN for a limited time
4743 then WM. only.Purchase 1991 Fleetwood.2 BR, Navy Seaman Recruit Isom L.
4 YOUNG GOATS call 44-3548. Itpd. loaded with air condition deliveredand c Parks; a resident of Starke Fl., Is
10/4. setup with only $1200 down at currently deployed to the Middle
$211/_'" for only 6 yrsl Save East In support of Operation Desert
$'sa"II Coll Steve Smith at 1I Shield while serving aboard the
9047521452. miscellaneous command ship USS
lap-sldlng' deluxe carpet sliding gloss I i Philadelphia and is permanently
DmUNO AND time TANKS Do,. door fireplace air condition set-up assigned to the Persian Gulf.
man Well and Septic Tank Inc. 244 and delivered. $0 down to landownersor Operation Desert Shield Is the
Inch water well. Pump sole. Mr. tradeIns.$245month.. Call largest deployment of U.S. military
i vice. installation septic tank, lift 755-5207. 1n + forces since Vietnam. The operationIs
station. Hw Installation, drolnfldd 1991 FLEETWOOD 3 bedrooms, 2 baths in response to Iraq's Invasion of
repairs. Contact Bryan (Skeetar,) Includes shingle. roof wood siding Kuwait and threat to Saudi Arabia.A .
Jonns-275-2004- Jon.,- 2752716. upgrade carpet fireplace, morning 1988 graduate of Bradford High
.- After 6 p.m.Slat* I.CM.. .... All work room, glamour bath plywood floors, School, he Joined the Navy ReservesIn
oucor-.....-free..tlmot... 1/25 5tpd. very large utility ,room huge i e December 1988.
2/22 than/tin bedrooms and much more, for only 4' 'r
"10.00 per month. No Down Payment yr. .
FOMYTH SEPTIC TANK suvici lake J.F BairdReturns
to landowners and trade-Ins. Call
Butler Pump Out and Repair. Minor 752-1452. From Med

24 Plumbing Hr. *efvlce Repair.<4v4.147 28 .yrs or experience....,..1022. 1991 DOUMJWID8 DESTINY 3 bedrooms, Navy Seaman J.F..Baird son of
2tchrg. 10/4, 10/11. 2 baths, Includes shingle roof wood Carol Aklna of Waldo FL.recentlyreturned
siding set-up and delivered only R form I deploymnet to the
SI84/mo. No Down Payment to landowners A+ Mediterranean'[ I Sea while serving
or trade-ins.' Call 752-1452. aboard the guided missile destroyerUSS
HELP WANTED IND OF THI YEAR CLOU-OUT Save Tattnall, homeported in
Sl.OOO'i, Example- 14X60 2 bedroom 2 Mayport, Fl.
PInT COAST MOMU HOMI SANS .Is bath Fleetwood as Iowa. During the six-month deploymnet,
now taking applications for experience $130.00/month. Luncheon and Tour Attendees. Baird participated in various exer-
FOR SAL 2 Nice Mobile ,
Mobil Hwy. 90 Homo west Salespeople.In lake City.Located H. Call at call 4962842.Very Itchrg. 10/4. Homes Shown in picture,left: to right: Len Scblofnun. Roger Jones Jim Duncan,Becky Reddish,Jim cises Operation and Desert operations Shield. At including the start

904-752-1492.or come by.ask for Toni. Lewis Guy ANdrews. Ingrid Smith. Stew Futch and Evelyn Chastain. of Operation Desert Shield
Heh"... 10/4
FOR RENT Elsenhower's battle group was
directed to the Red Sea where they
.RENT OR RENT TO PURCHASE $160 to Bradford Education Foundation conducted maritime interception
$200 monthly Security Deposit required. operations and coordinated with air t
.Sid's Mobil.Home Park behind. ground and Naval components of
... 40X48 OAK PALLETS !Ice Machine.Water the mUltinational force in the .
9/27. region.In
$45ltpd. TFN.
Cooler Dining Room .... Sponsors Vo-Tech School Visit the Mediterranean the battle
9642115. Old Farmhouse. Olin'sTrailer group continued its support of
Park from 301-4 miles west on Operation Desert Shield. The returnof
16. Saturday only. Itchrg. 10/4 NOTICE -
Jim Ward and the staff of the Bradford-Union VoTechwere The foundation supporters were treated to a tour of of group demonstrates teh
the first to sponsor II luncheon and tour of the the center facilities ward and assistants, Becky Reddish flexibility our Navy and its ability
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should to provide and sustain the Naval
be submitted -
facilities for leaders on Monday October 1. and Lewis served as tour guides.
CARS AND TRUCKS to the Union County Times office Ward presented a video of the broad-base course offered The Vo-Tech tour was the first of several scheduled presence required by operational
In writing' and paid 'In advance visits schools the month of October. The commanders.He .
by the center. He impressed the visitors with the to area during
unless credit Is already establishedwith joined the Navy in January
HUNTERS SPECIAL 1973 Trophy 23 Ft. this oHIce. salary range that many of the center graduates were foundation is sponsoring these tours to acquaint the 1987.
Co.... Trailer.. Very good condition "THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BR HELD able to command after gaining skills and experience. community with school personnel and programs. The
82500 negotiable' lot's of extra's. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Automotive mechanics brickmasons draftsmen, and foundation goal is to assist our educators In providing
Terms available. 431-1714. aftef 5. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER truck drivers were among the graduates who were earn- better graduates from the school system according to
2tpd. 9/27 10/.. THE TELEPHONE. ing In excess of $20.000 per year, according to Ward. Guy Andrews a charter member of the foundation.If .
1986 FORD'M XLT 4X4 after.some down Classified. deadline Is MONDAY. 5 ,
payment financing available.. Farmers P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
and Dealer. Bank. Call 496-2101. Minimum charge.Is 15 words for$3.50 [h1rntlh1) [holITJ1t@1)
Ttchrg. ,0/ 10/11. then IS cents for each word thereof t.r. you are taking more than one This is not uncommon when

medication you should be aware of taking some ulcer,high blood pres-
Drug Interactions: the potential for an interaction sure or asthma medications. It's

Be AwareAWINNINGCHOICE between those drugs. particularly important for people
who are taking multiple medications
f Drug interactions result from one to talk with their physicians
drug changing the other drug's effectiveness about' any possible interactions.
or producing unwanted There' may be alternative drugs
effects that are not seen when they available to your doctor which havea
are taken alone. lower risk for interaction.AUCTION .
: Many people take more than
II IN one medication at a time.


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ISI Reclina-Rocker Recliner : .10 AIM SATURDAY, OCT: 13,1990' WHEELS

STARKE FloRID 1320 N. Temple Ave.

E3 Reclina-Way* Wall Recliner 1 Mile South, On US 3O1 964-7783 Starke


NOW AT THE SAME LOW PRICE! ((10)) 45 ft. Box Trailers 30 Ton Lowboy Trailer We Finance e

1976 Ford L9000 Semi Tractor

e Altos Computer 68K-40Meg w/Printer -

: : ti : e Office Furniture & Machines
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; Your iCE.$39'--9. 'Lrf il1"a\-R'O" l' e John 1986 Deere Acura 410 1984 Backhoe Pontiac 85 FORD ESCORTReal Nice,

e Ford 3000 Farm Tractor $595 Dn.

E r OMC Mustang Bobcat 82 BUICK REGALBeautiful

e Ditch Witch Trencher ((1500)) White. $495 Dn
f "New Generation'; contemporary design Sit upright.. It's a soothing Ford Box Truck ((26ft) 82 PONTIAC BONNERVILLE-
'r with all the comfort you could want. rocker sit back to recline. e 6 cyl. Ford Van '
Settle Into the softness and support of 49.000 Miles Special $595 Dn
the pillowed channel-back with padded : ,, It1a"'Way! ,' WaO, e ltte; I 1929 Antique Mercedes
E- : flare arms and large footrest. And YOU BRING IT-WE SELL IT 302 E.F.I. Nice $595 Dn

r remember, now you have your choiceof REAL ESTATETO 83 NISSAN 1/2 TON

at the same popular price! PICK-UP-Speed. $595 Dn
s: 11-.1 '.>,/ .. .. BE OFFERED 85 MERCURY GRAND

i S Designed to fully recline 8.5 Acres in 3 Parcels 200 ft. on US 301 5 MARQUIS-All Options. $595

: : just Inches from the walll! 1 acre lots 300' building on 2 acres.-ideal for Dn.

contractors truckers, lumber yard or propane EXTRA SPECIAL: 75 FORD

lot! For details call McDougall.1.904.706.89e9 GRAND TORINO WAGON

f OtherRecliners AB17 One Owner. 65.000 True Miles.

till' Inspection Friday Oct. 12, 1:00: 5:00: p.m. Loaded $395 DN.

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I 4x Before 10,12,16420"HP

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spec af/
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Payment N
.. Monthly Payment
K V.I.P. Service Club 'Wilt Purchase
($5 Memberlhlr) $5 Ai Low A.$::14.
V.I.P. Service Includes
: '
& 1. Free blade sharpening
i. Lay-A-Way 2. Free annual pickup a delivery special. E: on TORO Wheel Haw Garden
.w 3. Pan discount on all In-shop repairs. Iractor
& ..... : Av.l abJe. Fo The Holidays 4. Factory authorized. warranty service. Large Selection To Choose
Flnanclno. "...: ._ BRYAN S 5. Optimal extended engine warranty. From
'. -- 6. Priority 6-day service guarantee. Sale Prices Limited To Inventory


etntemt hgftlni to icttua on April t.1991.Flntnctng plin tvailibla to< iatiflej buyeti only.

IDan"u\1' 0 [ 434 W. Call Sl/411 W.nw; 11.:.csouuE' INTERLACHEN MELROSe STARKE
Madison Sl Starker FL lIoa4a7-.q Millers Plaza Highway 21 North KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Highway 301 South

E' ACIOM 064-5326 bom WlnfrOUe e 964-0827 Marketplace *rt a.....Ltrr' .ejrin hardware And Highway 20 Next to Williamson's Grocery Highway 100 East Next to Sawyer's Gas

) 19J t..... iIkI1 n trr'r" A Toot.Tea Con De a.tar.e DenmerfcV* Garden Centers 684-2811 475-2400 473-4006 9644642r.


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I II I I (.FO.. ', ."fIj" :'s, { a. '" 'r ;H Ct$ 4 ''J Li, !" '! 11' NOTICE FOR RENT YARD SALES. '

( :: CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted >> WO, :>t=.AMliY-H_,... small appliances
HOSPITAL JOB:$t80Vhr.your area. No lo the Lake Region Monitor office Bath 1 1/2 clothing, nlk-nockI.IoyI..etc.
on cm. Clay County
1MO PANASONIC Mobile Phone nearly exp -.- For Info cal 1-800- HANDY MAN: Bargain Rates. Painting In writing end paid In advance $250 mo. 473-2568 Fire Tower Road. Watch for signs
plus dep.
new portable with auto hook-up and 226-0399 ext.98em-8pm 7days. Plumbing,Electrical,Deck.Addition, unless credit already establishedwith 13 frldoyfSaturdoy 9-6.. ItpdKM
A/C charger. 0844348 $ 2,05 phone fee. 15 Major Repair 25 yrs. Experience. this office.MONITOR .
and $1.ooL.RE
DINING TABLE ft chair 2 drop-leaf 964-5405 STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
tables,Duncan FMe.)'M4-0382 Script FBI out simplelikedon't likes before 7 a.m. or after 8 p.m. for belt RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN For Information 504-640-
12 form. EASY Fun relaxing at home, result TFN 17STRICKLAND'S CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER HAIRSTYllST-For full service: salon In
0670 Ext R-
FRESH CUT ALICIA HAY IN ROLL Mulch beach, vacation Guaranteed pay SEWING MACHINE THE TELEPHONE.Claselfled ., 18. ..;.W Heights. Flexible hours
for landscaping 782-3MO. tin check.24 HOUR Recording Reveals. SALES AND SERVICE: All make deadline. Is 11:00 a.m.Tuesday .. TWO BEDftOOM-House unfurnished ,ln Keystone Please call 473.0257, TuesdaySaturday. .
12 801-379-205 Ext FE1A3B and models cleaned, oiled and admachines -. prior to Thursday's publication. Keystone Heights. Gloss to downtown i. Ask for Diane. 2tchg9-20-27
HANDI HOUSE PORTABLE buIIcIn .. 15DIETARY New used sewing Minimum charge Is$3.30for ISwords, Mora $225 per month plus month .
storage buUdlna. aareoe*. greenhouse AIDE: Part-time.. Ramadan Hwy 2338 B (Morgan then 19 cents for each additional word.If deposit. Call Bob. Bloynl at, 473-7514
*. NO DOWN PAYMENT.Hwy Hand Institute/Lake Butler Hospital: Road)964-8733 TFN 17 bills are mailed out there will be a after 4 p.m. ItpdUMSERVICES HOMES FOR SALE
301 South 984-8848 TFN 1-496-2323. 15CLERKTYPISTrle.dod WILLIAMS DISCOUNT AUTOMOTIVE $3.00 billing charge.
1212X21 for bulY law(I rm.Pfeaaa SERVICES: Quality work .lowest\ Moiling address: P.O. Box 1171, NEW BBR/BBA-Wtth patio and fireplace
CARPORT I900.NO DOWN apply at Job Services,Star1 PAYMENT.Handl House portable callings. $59.9OO. Royal lullde,..
S64-8002. 15 TEN 17 CAREER IN REAL ttTATI-W Train. Watson -
buUdng Hwy 301 South Starke,064- tin 473-4385: or 4732838. 4tchg9-i3-10.1
AGGRESIVE Licensed Real Estate Realty Corp.'473-4814 chgS/M
8848 TFN 12 Agent For Personal ft Confidential GENERAL HOMI-Repalrs plumbing. WATSIVRONT-9BR/2BA en Spring Lake,

Interview Cal: Lavem Outlaw 8644622 FOR SALE roofing carpentry, heat 4 air cond., wrap-around deck waterfront.
15 painting door, lock. sewer. 6 74500. 473.024.1.0"
JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIAOpening *JlMVHBIBMIX* i* BBB>B BeOTa*B*BBB*H** *BBlMHa*>l drain 473-2577. 2tchg-9-13-20 messoge.4tchgtO-4-1t-ia.23
'i' ; ) available In several areas, MAN WITH YOUNG SON WOULD UKE divorce. Still VSTEM-repoMesed under warranty. Nothing BILLS LAWN StKVtCI-Mowlnfl raking NEW ..ICK.Ho..... 3BR/2BA split plan.
L ORt' P1: will train. For kin. call: 708-742-8620 TO HUNT ON YOUR LAND. Win down. 39mo. 12721031. edging. Call 473-0169;4tpd9.20-ll-29 oak cabinet, fireplace cathedral. ceilings.
M" ''' 382 15 win work tor trade. :odd Extra nice. 88000. 473-9236 or
: ,,, : : ,: : ext consider lease or 4tchg9/6-27 i ILICTIUCAL-Servlces, )lobsi *-
FIRST COAST M. H. SALES It now Very responsible. Bruce. 984-2918.. SATELLITE SVSTEM-llka new 6 mo. old cellmt work"at reasonable prices. 473-0340.4tchot.27.10-11
TRAILER FOR REP JR/1 BA. Air taking application for Experienced 18 with scrambler. Nothing down. 4739157. 4tchg9-27.<0-l8 NO QUAUPYINO-Assumable.flxed Int..t -
Mobile rate:'2.000 sq.ft., :MR 2 full
conditioning.Close to prison.One acre Horn Sales People. LocatedaJHwyOOWwtlnUkeCIV.FL $49/mo. 1-272-1018 4tchg9/6-27 GOLD CHHHT-CAJlD-Co.il Advance program -
lot $2SO/month. Call 4953816. Call BUSINESS 7HP TROVBILT.TIIIer. Several attachment Visa/Mastercard Guaranteed.No baths great room. Fully V equipped
13MOBILE (904)) 752-1452 or come by Ask for In the box. like new. Three security deposit. 1-9OO-44MXMO. modern kitchen. Solar hot water.
Toni.) 15 OPPORTUNITIES hour Must sacrifice$1500 (health $25.... 4tpd9-27/10-4-IM8 Storage attic. Large fenced yard brick
HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY \... .. ". "n. ._ .. problerra use.). Truck wheels Chevy-one DO YOU NEED-REPAIRS to your horn or patla. Paved dead end street Walk to
WATER SEWER.CABLE TV. 2 BR i .t' M s:" ":S: 'L@;: BE A PARALEGAL: Accredited 1976. 19 Inch (five lugs). One 16 Inch (six mobllehome Call Bill 4739470.. town, $75,000. Call 473-3796.TFN10-4

1 BATH? 864-7498 TFN 13 ::' ... ','. ..," ... R; ,: ,,' I Attorney Instructed Home Study Fin. lugs), one 16 Inch (eight lug.). $14. 4tpdlO-4-1M8-2S
WALDO VILLAS are now ranting Aid Free Catalog, SCI 1-80O669- your choice. Chevy stepbumperlikenew. iBINCOI-ls hold at Keyaton.-M.Iroue LAND
Townhouse Starting at $260.00. SAC.Ranche W/rwNCU.tom built 3BR, 2555. 20 Fin 80-88 pickup. $.45. One" rug American legion Post 202 on Hwy 21
Equal Housing Opportunity. For more 2BA Brick Home. 2 car garage fire- 9xl2-$1S. One piece of carpet on Saturday nights at 7 p.m. and on NICELY IHADf D-Lot.w/MH hook-up.3/4
Information cal 468-1971.TFN. 221 $87.00O. Call Trevor. Century Check Our 8x11-IO. New-2 Chevy van bucket Sunday afternoons at 2 p.m. acre In lake Geneva (904)376-3938)
13SENIOR Showcase Property-Broker. 473- seats with base for 82-90 model. 3mos.edUM/12-20 4tchg9-13-IO-4
CITIZENS SPECIAL: Retired 4903. 18 Maroon-SSO or 2 for $90. 4752372. BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK< SERVICE: 100 PERCENT-Flnancedl M acre on
65 and older.Mow your mobile home PERFECT FOR HORSE: Brick home on 1tchglO-4 tank at reasonable paved road. Convenient to Mebose
ClassifiedAds pumpouti
to Mimosa Manor. No deposit we 1 acre*. Al fenced. Excellent location. IttS MOPED200. kimball Deluxe 400 price,also drain Una repairs.Stark. and Keystone. MH okay. $8500. Only
furnish city water,sewer Mdg.tlayepldwp. Priced b .... 468-2895. Orgon-$250 2 boats, 1985 Cutlass 984-8121. TFN 17 $105 per month $300 down.4.75 acres,
.$90.00 monthly rent.Ph.. 984- 18DIVORCES. for Supreme Brougham (needs FLOOR SAGGINDOOR giant oaks $19.900. 1-659-2269 O/B.
7498. 13 block-$1500. 473-0249 Iv. menage. DRAQQIN.HOUSE OUT OF 3tchg9-20-27-10/4
FURNISHED3ROOMAPARTMENTwithutliltiel. PERSONAL 2tchglO-4-M I LEVEL??LaRtra Leveling Service for
.One middle aged peron.B> all foundation repairs. 473-7721. PERSONAL
6970.13 SERVICES Great Buys your
TFN 17
$190 per mo., $200 dap. Cal 338- .$96150; WILLS.$35-$5Q; UVI-IN MATURE-woman that desire a
9593. 13 DEEDS, $20. MANY MORE SERV- LAKE ACCESS-2 or 3BR mobile homes. .home. and companion for retired
4 BR HOUSE IN COUNTRY: $425 month ICES AVAILABLE. Cat Bradford $145/$1S5 per month. Lake Geneva YARD SALES .....H_. Room Board. 475-2343.
-$200 Security. Cal 9643728. Secretarial Service. Inc.,964-2700. Fast Eddy's & Aunt Addy'sAntiques Rentals, 473-7566. 6mopd7-90-l-91 HchgtO-4
13 tin 17PRESSURE MOBILE HOME-2BR or 3BR$145/$155 per MISC. HOUSEHOLD-ltems. clothing,
3 BR. 1 BA, $275. reference required. WASHING: Houses, sidewalks Collectibles' momth. lake access. Lake Geneva toys, 9-9 Frldoy/Soturday Oct. 5-6 FOUND
064-96I53.ner 5 pm. 13 driveways, bailers, roof and Rentals 473.7566. 6mopdto12-27 6030 Blueberry Hill Road off 315-C.
roof repair. Call 9646341. Terry viet 'robaceOsboP NICELY SHADED-3/4 acre lot MH hook 1tchg IG-4
2 BR Block Home In Crtytmit 964-2506 $n or MYSOne a Datsun key.Foundon
$300. 13 Park TFN 17 SALEbToP up In Lake Geneva (9043765938.) SATURDAY 104-8 untTl. Park of Palms. Highway 100 In Keystone Call
HALF-ACRE Mobile home lot for double- CC CLEANING SERVICES: Immediate OCTOBER 4tch9-27-10-4-11 Many chlldr...'. clothes. Men's 16 4732210. .
wide or ftJn0l0wid9 We furnish WIder, opening/ 'for weekly and bi-weekly 9:306:30 SW MOIIIEHOME-2BR/1MBA, CH/A hCrts, mens/lodles )jeans, Olympus GOLD CHAIN-Call to Identify 473.0787
cable I. available. Cd 964-7895. cleaning.Carpets tile wallpaper etc. : : 1 Vt miles from redllght In KH. lat mo., 35mm w/3 lenses, co... Shotgun after 6 p.m. Hr920HIMALAYANCat
13 782-3089.. 17 Sunday-Saturday r.nt plus sec. .deposit. 473-4473. reloader chain saw nice ladles found mala. Needs
2 BR. Mobile Home.Fum.orunfum.964- PROFESSIONAL PAINTING: Residential 2trxJ9.27-10-4 clothes (Io.14)) 4 handcrafts. ltchglO-4 good home. 473-3193. tfr9-20
8218.13 Commercial. Free estimates. 782.1474eltx ONE BEDROOM-Cottage, T block from
NEAR GRAHAM for rent' 2 large ....,. Discount/for.senior and. disabled. 1- sic p 301 Lawtey s b0P Library $250/month water and garbage .
by !tie month or week Luhts! and 468-1666. 17 Included.4734961.7 a.m.to 4:30

security. 485-1371 13 yourhomeweekyorblweel: dean p.m.tdg 10-4-25 __.. _.
1 BR. 1 BA TrlUor. furnished,$65 .Many
week, $SO dep. Call 964-6442 year experience with good reference Wroufoel TimberWe
13 *. Linda 964-6529. 17 SOLAR POWERED GATE OPENERS

3 Bedroom. 1 Bath CH/A carpet deck.lrontporcliaplianocafurnlshed.$375.,
MOBILE HOMES WASHED: Safe low PowerGate '
month plus deposit with 1 pressure cleaning I Include windows I11TITT IIDmfun ,
per lease.4 miles north of Starke on year 301 (outside only). nglewide.. $21.95; Buy Pine Trees in
10 NE 608! :. east.toNEIIft.. right.b Doubl wlde,$29.95.Bredlord-Union- 1ll1111U lllIll(904)( ) 462-5495 e 3 Year Limited Warranty
lgn.! Phone 1-778-O314 13 Clay Counties. only. Cal 964-8961. yard or on uncleared lots.,
POS. GOVT GIVE AWAY PRO- SEWING with an eye for per-
factlonl Full !service for all your cloth- { r .;; ,,
GRAMSI) For Information SC4-649- ,Ricky Wroubel
ing need Can 964-4757 964-8810. f C B'nS'E' Call Anytime
0670 Ext R-0579 13 11
.... .. 282.2431
It no anlI.w message for Carol. ;
Fleetwood ; : W
1991 ,3 bedrooms.baths ,Include V tcn, I' < ,
single reef wood 1idIng.gradeoarpet.lIrepI.momInctf'COm.. up- MOBILE 17' HOME ROOF VV COATING: Kool l r IlIaw'irt.:;\Top Soil'; .

utility room,huge bedroom and much, Seal! (While or aluminum). Applies to I ( Large or'Small Loads of Limerock
more, tor only $310. 00 per month.. your iViglewWe any ajze.Only 7995.
Gall 964-8061. 17 Tractor Work Bulldozer
Now down payment to Landowners a e Backhoe
trade-kit. Cal 752-1452 )
(904) .
weather those doors
coming get
1991 13 Doubl wlde. Destiny a bedroom, windows' repaired or replao d'now. 964; 182 ,*.964 S823 964'.60S'SJW}

3 bath, include tingle roof wood All mobile home repairs with free.
siding,temp a delivered Only$184.' estimates. Calt 984-8961.17
mo. No down payment to Landowneror REMODELING:New construction,no Job
Tade- nt. Can ((904)) 752-1452. too big' or little. Call 964-7217 after 6p.m. DURRANCE PUMP & SUPPLY *8O Chev Chcvctte
13 or 964-3818 anytime ( $6
theyewCloseOutSave$1,000's.Example14x60 message). I Ken Koehter. 17 864 N.Temple Ave., Starke Economy Car 03S88

,2 bedroom,bath, WANT TQ DI11NK THATS YOUR BUSH Eves & Weekends: 964-7578 "77 Datsun Plck-Up
Fleetwood aa low aa$130.00 month. NESSI! WANT TO STOP? 'mAT'SOURSI J895
Cal((904)) 752-1452 or come by First Alcoholics Anonymous 964- Well Sharp. Gas Saver #3S8S
Coast Mobile Home on Hwy 90 In 3610. 964-4150. 964-8614. Myers Drilling I
D-1OO $
Lake City. 13 PAINTING: Any trailer, w/palnt and one Dodge Pick-Up i 205
OUN'S SUBDIVISION. MOBILE Home odor $120.Woody 964-5405. Residential & IrrIgation Good Truck #3566 1

lots for rent, water. ind sewer furnished 17RUDY'S '78 Ford T-Blrd I
cable Iv available. 782-3333 Automotive Have your brakes 1495
TFN3 done all this for$20. front.&$25 back, Good Trans ortatton #3583 i i'hWI

HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for plus part While you wait 2163 N. .

rent Close to prison Cd. 468-1323.. Temple Ave Starke.FL Phone-964-
4423 17 Pump
TFN 13
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT: 2 and 3, CHAIN LINK FENCE: installed. Free estimates. 79 Chevy Pick-Up' *
Bedroom Near Prison: Cal 964 6 Cyl. Std. Trans 3S79 1995
owner Tommy Reddish, 9648559.TFN
or 468-1323. TFN 13
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT12 MIle 17ALTERATIONS Service On 84 Mazda B-2000
from City. Furnished. 468-1323 : zipper( hem, buttonholes 4 5 03588 I Plck-U1$2495
13 ,palch ..eto. Drop of)and pick All Makes 964.7061 Cyl. Spd.

MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY up. 7-days a week.7am-8pm.984- '79 Chevy Suburban
6587. Pinehurst Variety across from Lie#1305 1995
V8. AT PS PB. AC 3555
7498 TFN 13 SouOisWe Elem. Hwy 100-TFN. --- -
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E-Z WHEELS V6. AT, PS PB. Real 495

WE BUY & SELL I 1320 N. Temple Avenue StarkeC96477.83 mzmtfmm'

USEDFURNITURE 83 Toyota Tercel

DOG GONE =::> 4 Cyl. 5 Spd A/C 03582 *2995

84 Plymouth Duster

B&B ,'( "" '" f '.> ",
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: 82.'Chevy Monte Carlo
I I'KB" # \' $
USED t.1t t t '
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V6. AT PS. PB. AC '3539
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; ; ", ; 4 "" "' ,, "" ..'<. .. )% ," 87 Chevy Chevette

964-5190 ..-. 4 Cy. '4 Spd.:t3S87 : $2695

I'I''J '84 Chevy Citation .
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A heat : V6. AT..PS, PB.'AC;:f. 590wn. $2995
pump ,
above I M a picture of a A l <5t.." ........;"

food.dog "Where'eating F-R-M the T.H.EeAPARTMENTS anyone will feel t87. PIYmo''Qt..l-lorlzon $

F-R-M dog food?" wen. ,,. It 4 1.4 t'l' dl a.35&1
:J tasted good that the dog ate
so "
i every bit of K."Where's the dog?" comfortablewith / 82 Chev S-10. Plck-Up $
t:: After he munched down the high 932 E. Bl'01m1ee'St. V : V6. AT. PS. PB. AC 3fe22 3695

energy F-R-M there was no reason Camp Standing Rd. ; P. ''
; 83 Bulck/Regal
for him to hang Starke. FL 32O91 $
V6 AT' PSc PB'AC '5373
I 5 around. Dog Gone 964-7133 .. ,;, -
I :$. we missed. the 83 Olds Gutless
:I&:3: BR. family oriented, with .... .
I picture don't.but we F-R-M hope IJ laundry & large playground. __ .oy tile Tans XL MOO a sat m 14'. V6. AT. PS. PB. AC '3562| $3895
you lfsboundtapra>vlesbnluunofcniiwt <
I i Dog Food The FREB Electricity first month. I Sabing : Because> the XLHmtMininnlyaaboththecannRSsarsndeolLplusIyauionpsrli.. "..,..' :t : Jj: ."WljltlW',
feed thy need.King Rent 30%of your monthly Income. r: R' 1200 Rkshatrm brat pump II b.clraI by ID-zu.nanufsctum's 10 yar ,f. "r ',J.< :if; ''k1 if1 'J
I Lumberof olf IT you you quality.earn$3.35 per: hr., 40 hra. a .n"l'"4 't' the unit's*upar bid!rffcfcncjr help reduce your taatfuuf sD Jell',long.And 8S Chrysler Fifth ::.

week* have 3 dependent,your \ CalIDda1 far man details on the XL 1300 bat pumpTnntnctal1 k swOtBle. Fully Loaded 354O .,,: &venue$4295
rent would be about $1 12 a monthor c
Keystone 3.73 per day for day left in the '86 Chevy'

:r:; month Qualified, for move-In Accepted.MoveIn alter the. -first. eCOWART Oaa Saver ExT,..,Celebrity $3995
5 ML N.of can
coat be aa low aa
84 Chev
r Keystone on .IOp! Law.a InawiHouafrw Air Conditioning Contractors Nice. Rune Perfect Celebrity 3501 '3995

SR21 JLi':.1 3OM .arsine Bradford CAC027828 Co 'U I 964_8025 I 84 Ford T-Blrd ,$ .

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....AlllIII'VICI.' f y _. .11 d Now in Middle East
rod.Oom., UK torn. 494-2090. 4tp l. SUPIR SAVER PLAN for a limited time / ,
Seaman Recruit Isom L.
"'2-126 then TFN. only. Purchoi. 1991 Fleetwood.2 BR, Navy
4 YOUNG OOATt coil 496-3948. llpd. loaded with air condition delivered Parks; a resident of Starke Fl. Is
10/4. and at-up with only $1200 down at currently deployed to the Middle
S218/month for only 6 vrsl Save East In support of Operation Desert
$''1'1 Call Stov Smith at Shield while serving aboard the
04-793-1452.. miscellaneous command ship USS
PERSONAL, SERVICESWILL 191 HIITWOOO DOUBUWM with + Ft LaSalle, home ported in
lap-tiding, deluxe carpet sliding,,10.. t Philadelphia and is permanently
DRILLING AND SEPTIC TANKS Don door, flreploc. air condition, it-up assigned to the Persian Gulf.
man Well and Septic Tank Inc. 214 and delivered. $0 down to landownersor Operation Desert Shield Is the
Inch water wells. Pump ....... Mrwlc trade-In $249/month. Call largest deployment of U.S. military
*. Installation. septic tank., lift 7555207. forces since Vietnam. The operationis
.lotionNew ImtollaHon. dralnfleM mi FLEETWOOD 3 bedroom, 2 bath. in response to Iraq's Invasion of
repel,.. Contact Bryan (Shelter) Include shingle roof, wood siding, Kuwait and threat to Saudi Arabia.A .
Jonoi-773-2004- ........ 27S-271O. upgrade carpet, fireplace/ morning 1988 graduate of Bradford High
After 6 p.m.. Slat IIwn..... All work room, glamour bath plywood floor, f School he joined the Navy Reservesin
uw nt..d-Iroo..tlllMlt... "/23 Jtpd. very large utility room huge December 1988.
222I tin bedroom, and much more, for only
KMSVtH time TANK MIVKI Ukutlor $310.00 par month. No Down Payment J.F.'Baird
to landowner and trade-in Call
Pump Out and Repair. Minor Returns From Med
Plumbing Repair 28 yrs. ..porI_. 1991 DOU8UWIM bedroom, Seaman Baird of
34 Hr. Mrvk.494-1479 or 496-1022. DESTINY 3 Navy J.F. son
2tchrg. 10/4 10/11. 2 bath, Include shingle roof, wood Carol Akins of Waldo FL.recenUy
siding .t-up and delivered only returned form. deploymnet to the
$ "'mo. No Down Payment to landowner e Mediterranean Sea while serving
or troda-ln' Call 792-1492. aboard the guided missile destroyerUSS
HELP WANTEDFIRST END OP THI YEAR C10SR-OUT Save Tattnall, homeported in
$1.000'., Examplo- 14X60 2 bedroom, 2 T Mayport Fl. \,
COAST MOBILE HOMI SAUS I Ie bath Fleetwood a* Iowa. During the six-month deploymnet,
now taking application for experience $130.00month.FOR Luncheon and Tour Attendees. Baird participated in various exercises
SALE 2 Nice Mobile Home,
Mobile Mwy. 90 Horn wet Salespeople.In loka City Ucalod Fl. Call at call 496-3842.Very Itchrg. 10/4. Shown in picture left to right: Len Schlofman.Roger Jones Jim Duncan Becky Reddish, Jim Operation and Desert operations Shield. At including the start

04-792-1492.or coma by oak for Ton). Lewis Guy ANdrews. Ingrid Smith Steve Futch and Evelyn' Chastain. of Operation Desert Shield,
ltcti g. 10/4 FOR RENT Eisenhower's battle group was
directed to the Red Sea where they

YARD SALE .RENT OR RENT TO PURCHASE $160 to Bradford Education Foundation conducted maritime interception
$300 monthly.' Security Deposit re operations and coordinated with air
quired.Sld'Mobile Horn Park behind ground and Naval components ofthe
14. 48X48 OAK PALLETS k* Machine. multinational force in the region.In .
sas tpcf. 9/27.TFN.
Wator Cooler Dining Room *... Vo-Tech School VisitJim the Mediterranean the battle
964-3819. Old Farmhouse. 011,,'. Sponsors group continued its support of
Trailer Park from 301-4 miles' wet on Operation Desert Shield. The returnof
16. Saturday only. Itch,... 10/4 NOTICE the battle group demonstrates teh
Bradford-Union VoTechwere The foundation supporters were treated to a tour of
Ward and the staff of the flexibility of and Its ability
of the the center faculties.Ward and assistants, Becky Red- our Navy
the first to sponsor a luncheon and tour
CLASSIFIED to provide and sustain the Naval
ADVERTISING should be ub-
facilities for community leaders on Monday October 1. dish and Lewis served as tour guides.
CARS AND milled to the Union County Time* alike presence required by operational
Ward presented a video of the broad-base courses offered The Vo-Tech tour was the first of several scheduled commanders.He .
In and
writing paid In advance by the center. He impressed the visitors with the visits to area schools during the month of October. The
unless credit I I. already eilabllihedwith joined the Navy in Januarys
HUNTERS SPECIAL 1973 Trophy 23 Ft. this oHk*. salary range that many of the center graduates were foundation is sponsoring these tours to acquaint the 1987.
Camp Traitor. Very good condition. THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD able to command after gaining skills and experience. community with school personnel and programs. The
(2300 nogoHobl. lot' of extra's. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Automotive mechanics, brickmasons. draftsmen and foundation goal is to assist our educators In providing
Terms available.. 431-1714. after 5. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER truck drivers were among the graduates who were earn- better graduates from the school system, according to
3tpd. 9/27,10/4. THE TELEPHONE. ing in excess of$20,000 per year according to Ward. Guy: Andrews a charter member of the foundation.
IM6 FORD 1M XLT 4X4 after torn down Claullled deadline I I. MONDAY. 3
payment financing available Farmers P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
and Dealer* Bonk. Call 4962101. Minimum charge I I.19 word for$3.90, f} )x@ iID:1) [} ) IT11lt
2tchrg. IC/4, 10/11.
than 15 cent for each word thereof tar. If you are taking more than one This is not uncommon when

-, medication you should be aware of taking some ulcer high blood pressure
Drug Interactions: the potential for an interaction or asthma medications. It'

Be AwareAWINNINGCHOICE between those drugs. particularly important for
: who are taking multiple medications
C Drug interactions result from one to talk with their physicians
drug changing the other drug's ef- about any possible interactions.
fectiveness or producing unwanted There may be alternative drugs
effects that are not seen when they available to your doctor which havea .erlsasts iQ \ V1 t I Rr.1
are taken alone. lower risk for interaction.AUCTION .
: Many people take more than
one medication at a time.

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Reclina-Rocker Recliner 10 Al SATURDAY'OCT.; 13,1990, -miLs

STARKE FlORID 1320 N. Temple Ave.

IEI I Reclina-Way* Wall Recliner 1 Mile South, On US 301 964-7783 Starke


NOW AT THE SAME LOW PRICE! ((10)) 45 ft. Box Trailers Tractor Trailer e We Finance

1976 Ford L9000 Semi

Altos Computer 68K-40Meg w/Printer -

I .-.. }-. ,' ,a; Rc'ck') -, "i ':r' tcirn."" '" ',.( .' Office Furniture & Machines -
e 1986 Acura a 1984 Pontiac
i $ 'L' L' John Deere 410 Backhoe 85 FORD ESCORT. Real Nice.

Choice 399-00 Ford 3000 Farm Tractor $595 Dn.

I ,, i OMC Mustang Bobcat 82 BUICK REGALBeautiful

Ditch Witch Trencher ((1500)) White. $495 Dn
"New Generation"; contemporary design Sit upright, it's a soothing Ford Box Truck ((26ft) 82 PONTIAC BONNERVILLE-
r with all the comfort you could want. .rocker sit back to recline. 6 cyl. Ford Van ,
49.000 Mlles Special $595 Dn
Settle Into the softness and support of "
f the pillowed channel-back with padded .. ''Re, !1rh W..y, :Waht.clt r 1929 Antique Mercedes (replica) 85 FORD F15O PICK-UP-

E- .' flare arms and large footrest. And YOU BRING IT-WE SELL IT 302 E.F.I. Nice $595 Dn
have choice I L I 85 NISSAN 1/2 TON
i remember now you your REAL ESTATETO
;., of styles at the same popular price! PICK-UP-Speed. $595 Dn

r is Designed to fully recline 8.5 Acres in 3 Parcels a 200 ft. on US 301 e5 MARQUIS- Options $595

... -:: : !"' just Inches from the wall! 1 acre lots 300' building on 2 acres-ideal for Dn.

.... \ contractors, truckers, lumber yard or propane EXTRA SPECIAL: 75 FORD

I! i \\ lot! For details call McDougall. GRAND TORINO WAGON

s __ 1 Other 1.904.786.8989 AB17 One Owner. 65.000 True Miles.

; Inspection Friday. Oct. 12. 1:00: 5:00: p.m. Loaded $395 DN.
.... ''l Recliners
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i Lawnmowers. Priced For Clearance
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'1.f" / 0' $ Buy Now TRACTORS

.. Before 10,12,18a20HP
,' ModoI.lIablo
_Whew u& Ride NO DOH/M/ Prices No Down Payment
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: Until April 1
Engine Rider. TIL
Grass Catchers APRIIt OWERS
1991 -
r ... Available For AH t l A 8,1O612HP
Rider y Models available

No Down Payment ,
MonIhlyPaymenll .t r-
0' V.I.P. Service Club 'With Purchase $34
Memoorshlr A.low As
($ ) $5 '
V.I.P.,Service Include:

r.. : "',) Lay-A-Way 2.1. Free Free blade annual sharpening'pickup i& delivery' special. r I;:;,t I;::;!, on TOflO Wheel ttackxaLarge Horse Garden
," '" .; __ 3. Part discount on all In-shop repairs.
U 'Financing Available For.. The Holidays 4. Factory authorized warranty service. Selection To Choose From
_, .."""", BRYAN S s. Optimo) extended engine warranty. Sale Prices Limited To
--- Priority 5-day service guarantee. Inventory


tntefert beglnt lo reeue on ApHI 1,1991.Ptmncjng plan....n.e to qualified buycri only.

IPenmaiVts 11 OB fl 434 W. Call St./411 W.TrslF a.:asouu IN7ERLACHEN MELROSE STARKE
j Madison SL Starke. FL _"F-I'II4.. ,. Millets Plaza Highway 21 North KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Highway 301 South
__ : jUne from WlM-Dbla Markatataoe I Highway 100 East
964-6826 964-5837 s aftardar f-lardware And Highway, 20 Next to Williamson's Grocery Next to Sawyer's Gas

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, the M&i run almost:>x lusiv. ly.on. you Are Welcome!... ingboard for two very Important ToughLove meets every Thursday Services coordinator (
i fiintls provided. by the allvolunteermbershp. All interested people (parents, local programs. One they started night Including holidays from 7-9 Sutter); BC school psychologist Cindy(Bill
This year, however, teen program in p.m. at the Presbyterian Church in Brown. Ed.
non-parents professionals non- Bradford S.); BC 4-H coordinator I
received fw.ding- from the County when Diane Starke.New
.professionals... everyone) are participants are always (Rod Buchele); BC "Florida First
Starke Rotary Club rfftd,,' t.the StarkeWoman's welcome to attend the programs, Douglass that (home economics agent at welcome. Start" early intervention program
f Club. and are also welcome to attend the time) presented programs on PEC and the programs which representative (Cindy DeValerio);
In the nearly four years since its committee meetings held every teen pregnancy, and a program on have grown from Itt have only one BC Adult and Community Education Playwright George Bernard Shaw
, Inception, it has provided programs third Friday of the month at noon at ToughLove which showed local people purpose- provide help to the people representative (Becky Reddish); was a vegetarian for"..sth.tio and
\ nn almost every subject that drew Santa Fe Community College. the need for this type of program who need it and to let them know BC Vocational Education director hygienic reasons." He never
I e Interest of local parents. These "We really need more input on the here. Carol Slater along with that they are not alone in their pro- (James Ward); BC Student Services weighed more than 123 pounds.
included, (but were 'certainly not decision-making end of the committee Ruckdeschel and Conti act as blems. director (Eugenia Whitehead).
limited to) topics such as: Punish said Conti "And we would facilitators for this program For more information on PEC in-
ment vs. Discipline Family welcome, anyone to attend the (separate from PEC) which helps terested persons may call 964-8498.
Ties/Family Anger,How to Survivethe meetings and the programs. Thereis hems deal with the specific pro-- Other child-related organizations
Holidays,'Just Say NoThen always more to do and better facing teenagers. Bradford represented on the PEC board of
What' How to Read to Your Kids, do it." waysto County's ToughLove program Is the directors include: Bradford County
How to Help Your Kids in School only one in North Central Florida school boardExceptional Educa-
Self Esteem- A Family Affair Jumping Off Place... and it receives referrals from tion (Denise Adams); B/P/u
Stress AIDS Stcp-Parepting, Jacksonville, Palatka and all over Guidance Clinic (Barry Fren- j Among the largest'fuiman tee scientists' ave found are' those oithe
Single-Parenting.etc.; PEC has also, provided a spr the area. chman); HRS Voluntary Family I Java man, who lived one and a half million years ago.

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6 cyl., 5 spd.SALE.


LIST $20,403 COST $18,115 -

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-- List $13,343
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Rebate 1500
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