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 11, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Alabama and north Georgia Marco will probably veer nor sarkl.r..nwt............... ..11
theastward and enter Florida In the Big BeIId area. Crime ...... .,....r"..........
About 1H Inches of rain fell In Bradford county Wednesday mom- 0Wtue.................,,.. ..as
Ing, h'omthel'eJlUlantaolKJaus.MarcoIa predicted to bring more N.w. Sh.r...4'..7a The Sweetest Strawberries
rain Thursday' and Friday,but the weekend should see clearing and a..IfIMAII..9.1. -- This' Side of Heaven J
a return to temperatures in the 80s. Arw ........ .. ., .. 10.11B HUB Year ISI'IUU\I.LORmA"!, u-cents copy'
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Wortottifff Defending

Lym.,Dls.ata>... -, Lawsuits

Virginia and Gary SmIth 7710 SE

Country Road 234, GainsviUe. 32001,
are starting a support group/Infor' Expensive
matron service for people who ,
have, or think they may have
Lyme Disease. For further Information

call 3737087.Vacclnatins. City FindsTwo

... A '
'.' lawsuits and overbudgetcosts
The Bradford County Public .r.
Health will be M In the Police Department have
Department offering '
Influenza! and Pneumococcal vaccinations -i;' elk 3 3.-;: ', : -_ Ay'w' cost taxpayers more than$650,000 In

for$S each beginning the past two years.
Friday. Sept 28, from l:3IH"p.m. ."" ', The first lawsuit began In 1966.

and each Friday thereafter thoroughthe .. : '-I\: ,. when the local,NAACP challengedthat
month of October. the city's voting procedure, saying

Health! officials emphasize theme Football Hoopla... city wide elections precluded
of the vaccines for the the election of a black city coun-
elderlyand Getting ready to crash the paper banner made and held by Bradford FHde Tornadoes beat Madison 34-14. BHS goes to Santa Fe this week, cilman.
other ,
with health
that people make them problems likely- cheerleaders Tornado grldders take the field for a tough ballgame in Y. Oct 12, and to Baker County Oct. 19 their toughest string of The same charge was made concerning -
more Madison last Friday night. games this season. See sports Pages 7,8. Ie. I1A. county-wide: voting for coun-
to be
seriously ill or to die from the
flu or Its complications. ty commissioners, resulting in !the

ember voting going
/ without
Library Storytlmo...

The Bradford County Public Un"'ant IndIB t.rV IL aw' PrcmniI court.Starke commissioners decided to

Library Fall Storybour begins with .. .. let the courts decide the issue,
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a "Barn Dance. J r although! City Attorney Brown advised -

Day Care centers will meet By Buster bun A better approach has been found their chances of winning were
meeting concerning the use of city attorney fees have been expensivefor
Wednesdays, 10-11 a.m., Oct. SO-SO at beat. The courts found in
Staff Writer by Lexington, Kentucky, in which owned vehicles
lO-Nov.7. by off-duty person- the past couple of years. favor of NAACP In
Terence Brown told the city places surtax on pollutants nel. The is its current resulting an
Pre-schoolers will meet City Attorney city reviewing Each of the four councilman voic- order for the city to redraw district
Starke councilmen Tuesday Oct. 2, and other unwanted emmi alons. policy. ed support of City Attorney Terence
Thursdays 10-11 Oct. 11-Nov. lines black residents
a.m., giving a majority
The tax could the
that moritorium incinerators is provide deterrent
a Brown, with no one suggesting a
in NE Starke and to vote
not a good idea although there needed to keep undesirable Industries Brown's SupportWhen change at this time. by
member districts.
ph. 8644400 to register The
c ill your seems some support for such an ordinance at bay. old business was completed Newly Installed Councilman Steve NAACP suits have resulted In a
lingers in the minds of one City Operations Manager Bill and the gavel passed from Mayor Futch said he supports Brown, but black serving on both the Bradford
P.t. Potwrson... or two council members. Weldon came across a magazine article Vernon Silcox to newly elected feels !the attorney could have kept County Commission and the City
Brown says a moritorium passed concerning the Lexington law, Mayor Ed Wall, a new regime the council better informed on some Commission of Starke.
Pete Peterson, Democratic now would not affect the situation and forwarded copy to Brown. began. issues.
The the
nominee for Congress from the 2nd with Thermo Environmental The city council Instructed Attorney Wall reappointed all current city Attorney Brown said "Mr. $344,000. suit cost city

honored with District, will be Systems, Inc.,since it would be after Brown to draft a similar ordinance workers, Includlngcity surveyor Pat Futch's comments are extremely Former Mayor Vernon SUcox said
a Dutch-treat luncheon the fact. Passage of such an or- and provided fund for Welch.Chief of Police Jimmy Epps appropriate areas I can do a better he thinks the commission did what
at the Bradford Family dinance would send a message that technical assistance e to and his staff and others, before ap- Job In that its constituents wanted,in referenceto
Restaurant, at 1 p.m., Thursday Starke does not want new industry, drawing the proposed statute. pointing the city attorney. Brown went on to say that corn- the NAACP suit, an opinion
Oct. 11 (today). even unrelated to incinerators, says tablBrown proposed that the council Wall raised the Issue of the city ported by current Mayor Ed Wall.sup-
The luncheon Is being hosted by Attorney Brown. agenda item until next hiring a full time attorney, saying See Unwanted. Page 2A Wall said he was looking for a
the Bradford Democratic
County campaign issue in !the fall of 1966.
Executive Committee aDd the

All Peterson DEC members for Congress Campaign. Dissolve Repossession Order Wells Asks when Travis he Woods.ran Going against door incumbent to door,he

all local candidates are urged and to attend asked residents what they thought
about the city fighting the redistricting -

as elected the general,officials public are Invited....,.as. ..well. A motion to dissolve a writ of time Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 10., and to have operations back to nor- Nobody has been laid off. Car demanded by NAACP. To his
salesmen have been surprise Wall said, he found voters
Peterson Is replevin,repossion order,has been temporarily
,. .' ...-\ ...ownbent running aPlNtmIOf. *- .....entered.\D.\ Circuit.: : .Court her by Under a court ordered repossession mal.A format reorganization mean furloughed; Wells said. split about SO-SO and the pending
I Bift3raat""r"w ChirvrolefrOlds dealer Orian Wells. ; by SoutbeastBank 105 new "financing'' agr ernenL with! someone -, "Twenty i .families' lawsuit was not an Issue with the
used cars valued at $1.431,722, plus other'thall Southeast Bank. -" depend on Gotor Boosters... The motion, entered Oct. lOt hauled off this dealership (for livelihood temmed'
claims the Southeast Bank seized parts and equipment were Wells said he can finance the cars a The second lawsuit from
Oct. 1. The bank, headquartered in said Wells, who bought !the dealer-
The Starke QB Club will meet auto parts and related items,as well through problems in the Police Department,
I Thursday, Oct: 11 (tonight) at the as seven used cars which were not Miami, claims Wells was behind, Corporation GMACtonAcceptance ship Jan. I, 1985. under former Chief of Police Jimmy

I Social at 8:30, p.m., Included In the "floor plan". Wells, M12.978 in payments on a vehicle Wells said the dealership is selling Bowen. Two officers, Katherine
meat at other
7:30 Bring floor plan the bank was carrying for "We're looking some Mercer and William Scott Allen,
p.m. your represented by attorney John enough cars some 40 month, to
love per
and I
Orian Wells Chevrolet-Olds of alternatives. My
favorite salad and bread for a Kopelousos, is asking for !the returnof break even, but ran short of working charged they were harrassed for
and want to here.We've .
In Starke stay
Starke. SE Bank claims, court we
their union activities
covered: dish dinners Wear although
1\ your items not in the floor plan,some of capital.Southeast.
into this
Bradford lot of capital
favorite Gator hat documents filed in the put a Bowen denied the charge.
which belong to individuals. Three Bank and Wells agreed
the Wells We have lot of friends
courthouse, that community.
County Policewoman Katherine Mercer
There will be
a guest speaker
taken to customers to extend
vehicles belong July 17 !the termination
I I! from the University. dealership owes $1.8 million. here, he said. claimed she was passsed over for
owned date of the formal until
two are by a leasing company agreement
, The office remains open and the Cars have been impounded on promotion because of Union
and two belong to other Sept 25. An order allowing SE Bankto
basis. Everything is be-
Meeting... dealership is open to service can. temporary membership, but Bowen said she
dealers. the and
reposes cars equipmentwas
ing done to have things back in a normarl
Democratic No had been Issued Wells hopes to finalize a new floor Issued Oct. 1 James L. 2A
A Executive Committee ruling by situation In a very short time, by Judge See Expensive Page
special meeting will be held Judge James Tomllnson as of press plan agreement In the next few days Wells said. Tomlinson in Circuit Court here.

at 7 p.m., Friday, Oct. 12, at the
Bradford Family Restaurant. All
DEC members are urged to attend

and Mt.brinlaueata.Zion Church... HIGH GAS PRICES AFFECT EVERYONE

The Mt Zion A.M.E.Church Is
holding a gigantic yard sale Saturday -
Oct. 13, In the church yard.

$.$. Elementary... i.I .

Southside Elementary will hold

important meeting concerning #
its carnival at 7 p.m., Monday, Oct. :
13. in the cafeteria. I

Hospital Bazaar...

The Bradford Hospital Auxiliarywill
host its Fall Bazaar Friday,
.Oct 12, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Handmade
crafts, spaghetti lunch, sandwiches -
and desserts available.

asp ts delivered. Drawings for y5

t .,. 1
Proceeds are used to support the
various projects Bradford

Hospital IniIudIDIlCboIarabipa.. J J k ks

Class of 1970...
the The BItS next Class planning of 1970 meeting Is let lor for Griffis Annie Chandler Matt Crawford Gene Nocgel Leroy Long. Jr.

Monday Oct IS, at home of Cindy

reservations.Futch. tact. IS The is the final last planning day for Fear and Loathing At the Pump .

meeting set for Oct. 22. by o.c.Cri&ea Gu prices hive risen at much is 30 cents per gallon over afuedincome."ItburumesndIcan'tseeanygood reason

OES Banqu.t... You squeeze your tar into the slot and turn the key off.Sweat bruin out on:your the Jut 2 months.One noted economic expert said that each for it. It's profiteering at the expense of the American
brow.You tentatively reach for a last feel of your money.With hesitation\ you begin the penny rise in gallon of gas was S billion dollan over the public.There's no gas shortage and mono is anticipating
Frances Chapter no. 140 OES will long seemingly endless journey...No you Ire not about to turn yourself into the police period of a year. one.There's been no address from the President asking us
hold Its 40th anniversary banquet, for 75 unpaid parking tickets-you an bout to fill up your tank at the gas pumps. ..It".getting so a retired person on a fixed income can't to conserve because shortages and long lines were ahead.
Saturday Oct. 20, at 7:30 p.m., In afford f as to f o fishing"said Leroy Long Jr.a Starke native It'unnecessary something needs be done about it"
Bradford Middle School ..... r.xcr-.JrItn::: : .. who retired from Dupont.TVS had to change my driving "One thing that is not going to help"said Gene Noegel
Cafeteria.Tickets $12. ....-- '
habits. Fifteen dollars worth of 2 months COM acJerkatPepOfor8yean"andlhat'lf'ulSlnglOlheclerkaTwenty
,. ,,, .,,oa gas ago
The rjjblicto Invited.Upcoming. Ii.'".". n.. .. u w qn dollars today. Five dollars here and five about the prices.They have nothing to do with them. Its
.. ...-- dollars there adds your elected representatives who should be
... ..-_ up.
......U-- '.._ ,And so it foes. Each ratThe oil companies are crooks looking out for you and it's the oil companies -
Public meetings scheduled in the .::::::.::::": themselves.know that our distntm-
n ion talked to whfle using up is
and the no
corning weeks ares -, nEaprUNLAOd a said they were feeling the ef government better ton have started adding surcharges to ourbillawoovarihelr.ddedfutdrxsts.Ttw.
SUrite City Council meets at 7:30 Mils fectsothiglterprloesadwoWd for letting them get away with I itthav.totryatdreevduatetheir .

p.m.,Tuesday, Oct U, In City Halt Annie Chandler higher gas prices are going to affect everything -

Bradford County Commission '' w-" f driving h a b its.Some folkslikeGary from apples to tea leaves. and the
meets at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday,. wow t Phillips born and raised in Starke, have no choice in higher costs am going to be passed to the
Oct 17. la the Courthouse.
Bradford County School Board 1.ttttl the matter. I'm a carpenter and drive to lacluonvUle 5, customer."
meets at 7 Oct. sometimes 6 times a week.Thero'a! line 1 cn do to use leu
Monday. 22.
In the A nt tJ.m.rtfV II Building on gu.U it goes M$2.00 dollars gallon I've Mill got to go to Annie CnaMW.along *"> residentofLawtey summed
what it best when she said,"I don't know how they aspect to
N.Temple Av* r work.I Just pay it says on the pump. up
Bradford County Board of Adjustment ..rr yw fit's curbed thII miles I driv..- said Matt Crawford of keep raising these prices when there Is no reason.I always

musts at 7:.p.m..Tuesday, BrsdtordCounty."Uyouputtwobucbinthetank-. ran high test in my car but Fhl retired and on a fixed Drome
Oct. 8.. n City HaD. : 4 got Just about enough to get you to the next gas station." so I have to us*regular.know a lot of other folks who are
Starke Zoning Board and Board .Another Dupont retiree George Grills' of tawtey had doing the some.The oil companies an crooks and the f ovemment -
of AdtattnMBt meets Thursday, more la say about the effects riinif f as price on those on Is no better for letting them get away with to.",
Oct. % at T p hiss, In Oty HauT: Gary Phillips ,


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Page 2A TELEGR October 11.IBM
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Worth Ed Wall is New Mayor

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otiner' I .y Buster Rahn not oppose Thermo Environmental proposed area, since the city needs
aCT Weft WiSer Systems Inc. from locating an to expand and the residents need d-
Councilman Ed Wall re-elected Incinerator-crematorium in Enterprise ..fuayaffand sewer police and fire
Burn B.nflt... this year for a second two year term PuHr __ pStecSon. and in due time city

A burn benefit for Oral Tanner on the Starke commission, was control alsetrical services
outside the
less Much of the area city
In Tuesday Oct. City Attorney
will be held at 8 Oct. worn by over
p.m. Terence Brown followed by owners use of privately limits is served by Florida Power
19, at the Bradford Roping Club. '
which to
Co., Isn't likely
end ght
his election to the Mayor's office by
Jack barrel and The'lSaVke'council
pot racing youth but
traditionally live up customers easily, may
> his
pony Free admission.classes, bake sale and raffle. ., Wall peer served as vice-mayor last rotates the mayor's position by ad- swap customers with the city since
vancing the vice-mayor each year. the city serves some homes In the
If the traditions continues Woods
Parking Lot Picking... Two other councilman veteran will fill the mayor's position next Wall is aware this proposal is a
Parking Lot picking .Is coming to r Travis Woods and political year. long term goal, but says the city
Waldo at the Dixieland Music Park, newcomer Steve Flitch took the must begin somewhere and would
Friday Oct. It through Sunday, oath of office at the same time. Wall said there Is a mutual need like for his tenure to lay the ground
Oct. 21. lawn chair and and residents of theMayor's wort.
Bring your Woods began his career on the between the city
enjoy the Dixieland Bluegrass .. .. council In IWO and served as mayor If there Is Interest In annexation of I
Family get-together. Call 468-2622 one year 1W7-88. This was his 6th Plans... the area the mayor will call for
for information. The New Mayor... successful campaign for office In discussing short and long range workshops the and amount public hearings of support to

Special Seminar... Councilman Ed Wall Starke's new mayor for a year receives the gavel goals Mayor Wall said he would like both determine inside and outside the city and
from the outgoing mayor Councilman Vernon Silent dwrtag. Oct. S overcoming: a hard fought race by to see the council consider annexingthe for funding the infrastructure ,
The Starke Presbyterian Church reorganization ceremonies. his opponent, Jean Rogers. area east of the city between explore means required. Area 'r
will hold a special seminar "Our Steve Futch' owner of Jones SR-18 and CR-230, to Include the must be assured city
Childhood Roots," 7-8:30: p.m., Sun- Funeral Home unseated Councilman Starke Golf and Country Club and residents follow annexation with
days, Oct. 21 and 28. Bobby Biggs for a seat on the residential subdivisions in the im- utilities
The program will be led by Rev. council possibly because Biggs did mediate area. due haste Wall says.
Hazel Hetzel, pastoral counselor.

BHS Alumni... Democratic U.S. House Candidate Pete Peterson To Tour Area Today 1 I

The BHS Alumni Association will
hold its regular monthly meeting Democractic Congressional can- A political newcomer Peterson, vice. Including BV& years as a businesses in Starke before lunch.At Butler's Restaurant In Lake Butler.
Tuesday, Oct. 23, with a Dutch- didate Pete Peterson of Marianna 54, faces Rep. Bill Grant prisoner of war in North Viet Nam. 1 p.m. the Bradford County
treat dinner at C p.m., in the will be the guest of Rep. George R-Madlson In the Nov. 6 General The local tour will begin at 9 a.m. Democratic Committee is hosting
Western Steer Steak House. All Crady, D-Yulee, on a campaign swing Election. when Peterson will go through Union Peterson for lunch in the Bradford At 8 p.m. Peterson .is due In Mac- I
alumni and friends are urged to at- through two local prisons and Peterson is a Marianna educatorand Correctional Institution and New Family Restaurant.At clenny for the Farm Bureau banquetat
tend. Dale Brown, pres. stops in Starke and Lake Butler today businessman and is retired from River Correctional Institution. The 3 p.m. Peterson is due in Lake the Baker County Agiculture'
(Thursday, Oct. 11). the Air Force after 26 years of ser- group will visit downtown Butler for a 3 p.m.reception in Capt. Center.Discount .

BHS R.port Cords... .......
Parents may pick-up student's Unwanted-

report School-Vo-Tech cards at Bradford Open House High, Tues (From Page 1 A) requested approval for the organization Mayor Silcox signed the permit,and .N'OTI ca rOut: ;5tITl.\V'r.: .n gs: :
day, Oct. 16, in the Media Center at munications between attorneys and to hold a memorial service at the council supported a motion as required .. .
the the of
November The by
Vo-Tech. governmental agencies Is different park Monday 12. Department
The open house will begin at 7 than than between attorneys and council approved the request. Transportation when a major
p.m., and complete by 8:30 p.m. other clients because of the"govern- Former Councilman Charles highway is used.Councilman on Service, Parts
ment in the sunshine law." Schaefer asked if the city would like Travis Woods announced 01. & Labor ( specials)
Blood Drive... "My door is always open (to councilmen for the American Legion to provide a a first public hearing at except
The Civitan Regional Blood Brown said, and pledgedto dedication ceremony at the same 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 18, on the 10 -/0 when you bring your vehicleto
Center will hold a 3 day blood drivein improve communications with in- time and the council agreed to the Downtown Grant.
Starke Wednesday-Friday, Oct. dividual council members. offer. Charles King, a resident in the us.
The memorial and dedication ser- WoodlawoK subdivision off SR-16W
Bloodmobile Schedule: Council Actions... vice will begin at 10:30 a.m. Mon a petition to pave two
Wednesday. Oct. 17: The council approved dedicationof day November 12. blocks of Woodlawn Street. We Want Your BusinessIf
Hercules, 7:30: a.m. to 9 a.m. the newly built park across the Kim Ross, chairperson of the Mayor Silcox made no firm promise
Bradford Furniture 9:30: a.m. to street from the power plant on E. Bradford High homecoming paradeset but said "We'll get into it
2:30 p.m. Call Street. Oct. 26. asked for and received later" indicating it will be an item you need warranty repairs on
Winn-Dixie, 3 p.m. to 5:30: p.m. City Operations Manager Bill approval for the annual high school when the city next considers street
Bradford High School, 8 a.m. to Weldon said the American Legion homecoming parade down US-301. paving projects. Chevrolet, GEO or Mazda,
2 p.m.
Courthouse, 3 p.m. to 5:30: p.m
ExpensiveCFromPagelA We Can Do It!

Thursday Oct. 18:
Andrews Center 8 a.m. to 12 If need GMor
) hours because of drug related pro- you repairs on any
noonWalMart, 1 to 5 blems.
p.m. p.m. vehicle
wanted to leave police work ands "Overtime Is still cheaper than import ,
Friday. Oct. 19: looking for employment elsewhere. hiring additional officers at this
-Bradford Square, 9 a.m. to 1 Allen made a similar claim which time says. We Can Do It!
was countered by Bowen who said The budget makers Increased the
p.m.Bradford Hospital, 2 p.m. to 5:30: Allen was terminated for wrecking a overtime budget for the current yearto
police cruiser while still on proba- 18,000. ;
tion.The City Clerk Linda Wise said costs ail Service {f)04752'6933f'Ji'iS

Kid Printing... Relations Florida Commission Public Employees(PERC) incurred in the Mercer-Allen suit jl jit l' wi lf tl/i etir: 1th;;
were charged to the Police Depart- ,
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The Bradford County Sheriff'sDepartment upheld the charges by the police of ment last year when the bills were > "
Explorers,will have a.... .... ficers. The city appealed the PER -*
fingerprint booth set up Saturday, "iIeetakm-tetbe: eourtsurn,m-n _w rt? naaid.Mayor Wall pointed out that" '
Oct. 13 at.Wal Marts. 9 a.m. to 4 The city lost. The suit cost chief:Kpps? InlMrited the liabilityJ ,1 all)::SummersGhevrolet. : Mazda ;
My Dog Bowser... $132,648, including$45,000 paid to the from a former administration nd/Jl1 iitl; ,. ;; : : :
p.m.Please come and have your child two officers. The remaining $87,647 had no responsibility for the suit.
printed. This Is my dog. Bowser.lie weighs went for legal fees. Green Cove Springs with a 500 S. First Street
50-65 pounds and Is 3 or 3H feet tall. The city spent $22,197 for Police population of 4,600 has a 15 officer
Parent's Day... Solid white, Colby English Bulldog. Department overtime in the first 11 police department budget of$841,770 Lake City FloridaTAKE
needs I am 11 years old and I miss him months of fiscal year 198940, according as opposed to a Starke 14 officer ,
For parents Florida Diagnostic very, very very much. He has been to a computer printout being us- department budget of $537,452.
children. The will lost for two weeks form the Griffis ed by Chief of Police Jimmie Epps.
and Learning Resource System Loop side of town and I will give up The overtime budget was $11,000 for
sponsor a "Parent Day" at my Christmas If some one could find the year.
Southside Elementary School him and get him back home. Chief Epps said the Police Depart--
Saturday October 20, from 9 a.m. Would any nice person who has ment provides uniformed officers
to 1 p.mFeatured seen him please call me 964-5197 for a number of evening activities
will be Jim
speaker and leave a message If we are not at including school athletic events anticity
will be t
Brandenburg, whose topic home. He Is very friendly and has Recreational Department ball
"Parent/Child communication. had vaccinations. games, and have increased on-duty g



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Set Rally

Here Oct. 20Plan Orian Wells Chevy Olds. .

to come out Oct.20 for a free
feed and to meet Democratic can-
didates at a 3-county: rally following
the UF homecoming game. Parts & Service I,
Plans for a to -county political rally -
l were announced following a a1
meeting of the Bradford County 1t Department is Full
Democratic Executive Committee ,
last Friday Oct. 5. attended by r jcES J"4:., I Steam Ahead
on Repairs
representatives from Baker and 4 A ri v
Union Counties. > MA 1

Oct.Scheduled 20, at for the 8 Bradford,p.m. Saturday County n> cy> 1 1rr for your Cars & Trucks.10ISaIWiWt1.

Fairgrounds on US-301 north In : ,
Starke the rally will feature a free ;
chicken and pilau meal music and,
entertainment, with speakers in-
cluding Pete Peterson of Marianna
candidate for the U.S.Collif'e8lllonalseat
held by Bill Grant who switched I s
parties after being elected as a *
Democrat in the 1988 election.
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AU Democratic candidates-state 1 hb5 fo eyser .iu'4b
national, and local are invited to attend y
and address the voters.

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Besides old-fashioned chicken -- "-- ;< %
"ij m: 'XT1.isit; t"d Ma 1"f. .t: k /
pilau the dinner will Include coleslaw Rallying Around the ..
baked beans cold drinks and Donkey.
dessert. Also availables will be In a Jovial moment behind the Democratic Donkey
balloons T-shirts and campaign Lawton Chiles supporter from three counties chairman County Democratic of the Bradford Committee Count;:Democratic Darla 'CommitOrlall Wells Chevy Olds
buttons. S
gathered here last to
Starke. Friday plan a Trl-County Rally In tee and Donna Wilson DEC secretary.
Third row Henry Hodges.Union County Democratic
The rally is honoring all Front row (l-ri Violet Crosby Guy Andrews Committee
member Al Crosby Bradford Sheriff
Democratic candidates with special Keeper of the Donkey and Mary Peterson. Etheridge.Gene Matthews,and Bill Dowllag. U.S. 301 N 964- 500
emphasis on Senator Lawton Chiles Middle row Linda WlUlumi.chairman of.the Baker
who is seeking the Florida governor- ,.
ship.after an 18-year career in the All registered Democrats' and
U.S. Senate. Sen.
Chiles who is
their families invited to
are come
mostly spending campaigning the pre-election in weeks out and Join in this only rally before Square Dancing... Bradford ; ,
the General FamilyPractice
Florida has not committed to 8. The Silver Stars Square Dancing I
attend the rally but members of the Club announces its open house Oct.
Democratic Executive Committee Democratic rally Executive is sponsored by the 18,Lawtey Community School
hope he will if he attends 8-10 '' i.
UF homecoming drop festivities.by the of ties.Bradford Baker and Union Coun- Ev pm"ry j 0't.If,1\1' .:."0 I

Bruce Pollock M.D. '

I New Beginning for Bible Baptist ChurchThe NORMAN'S Board Certified Family,Physician

new Bible Baptist Church held vice will be at 7:30: p.m.and a prayer
its first service last Sunday and meeting each Wednesday night at Specializing in general pediatricand
formed the new church with the 7:30 p.m. MARKET
beginning< of its charter member- An extensive youth program is being adult medicine.
ship. planned with a lot of youth activities 301 North of Starke ,l.
Rev. Grayson McNeill former and exciting things for our T4
pastor of the First Baptist Church of young people. 'I 964-9152 J
Lawtey was called by Bible Baptistas -The church will have many mis- f. .- .. .* *. .. .. .. .. -. ..
full time Pastor. sionary speakers, revivals and Accepting AV-MED, Medicare,PPC, +' : '
Rev.David McNeill) former assis gospel singings In the future.On October & Large Blue Cross/Blue Shield, MasterCard, ; 4
tant pastor of the First Baptist 27th the singing Fitch family ;
Church of Lawtey. will assist his will be here for a Saturday Night Selectioi Visa and cash payments.. a
father at Bible Baptist Church as Gospel sing starting at 7:30 p.m.
music and youth director. Also a second gospel singing is
The new church will retain the planned for Novembver 12,7:30 p.m. of '(((1 For an appointment, call
name Bible Baptist Church and Is Rev. Grayson McMelll's son
located on the corner of Pratt and David will be preaching both ser- 964-9535 496-0092
Christian Street in Starke behind vices this coming Sunday October 14 Jack0Lanteipumpkins or ""
the county Jail. and Wednesday Oct. 17. while his
Sunday school will be held each dad is holding a revival meeting in 743 South Walnut Street,Suite B StarkeJBO'J

,Sunday 8\9:43: ajn. with classes for North Carolina. ... .. .._... .
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Florida law persons with physical disabilities, the elderly and

Democrat U. S. Congress those who are unable to read are entitled to special assistance In

registering and' voting.

Will be the of State Crady SECTION 97.061 provides that such persons SHALL be
Representative George
guest registered and receive assistance at the polls in casting their ballots..

: on a campaign swing through Baker, Bradford, and -

I. Union Counties on Thursday, October 11 th. The day's o SECTION 101.051 and the federal Voting Rights Act of*1965

activities include: provide that persons who are blind or unable to read may choose a personto

assist (other than an employer or official of the voter's union), or have

.I, the help of two election officials In voting. '.

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! ;: impaired important voter and election information. The telephone numberis

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must register to vote by August 6, 1990, to vote in the

September 4 first primary or the October 2 second primary. YOU' must .

f r Democrat U.S. Congress register by October 8 to vote in the November 6 general election.

We Can ,Trust Pete Peterson .
if Jim Smith

f!i: They Won't, Change Him_ In Washingtor I : ,, r r .. .. Secretary of Statel' .

I. PaId for by'IN Frtwids of Pats Peterson .

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New Game in Washington: political pundits are already

speculating over whether President
Bush's ednesday visit to St.
Budget BunglingThe Petersburg on behalf of Gov. Bob Mar- Stop
turn's re-election campaign was worth e1t Me
the trip. ,,

As might be expected, Bush drew a
budget fiasco in Washington has Now, alter five long months ofnegotiating large turnout, ae any preaidentialappearance -
descended to the level of a Gilbert and and debating, we are told that abut, pointed out in
Sullivan comic opera. No wonder that a the budget process is only half over. They .an analysis by Bruce Dudley in the
were just dealing in Tampa Tribune, the net gain to Mar-
general terms-
fed with the the coun- now
gentleman, way
up tinez in the way of influencing undecided -
it will
try is being run, has placed full-page ads have to go to various committees to voters "wlU likely be far less than
in newspapers around the nation urging have the final details of actual financing expected."

voters to 'throw the rascals out". We worked out. More months of bash: and History shows that a President can-
cannot agree with that entirely, but bickering are in store for up" not move political mountains with per
might go along with putting at least two- public, sonal appearances, according to
Dudley's appraisal.He points to Ronald
thirds of them out to pastureincluding The greatest criticism of Congress during Reagan's failure to influence the out-
several from the White House.In the budget stalemate is the fact that come of many 1988 congressional races
many of them were facing re-election in in an effort to get Republican ma-
and Sullivan November and jorities in the House and Senate., -
the Gilbert operetta voted on the budget ac-
"The Mikado", we are advised to "Let cordingly. They knew that their consti- But In a tight race, such as the Mar-
fit the crime"not a bad tuents had been tinez/Chiles confrontation, where the
the punishment spoiled by two terms of latest poll showed them neck
idea, if that punishment includes defeatat Reagan's "feel good" policies, where and neck, the President,running ,
the polls. everything was coming up roses, and could swing just enough of the
budgets and national debts could be wor- undecideds to make a difference.But .

The crowning piece of budget bunglingwas ried about tomorrow. As one observer put when It comes to fund raising the
when President Bush vetoed an it, "Ronald Reagan never asked his con- President's blessing usually 1i a
by Con- stituents to do definite boost to the candidate's bank
emergency measure, anything unpleasant in his balance with $1,900
gress, which would have allowed the eight years in office." Consequently, they in some upscale per plate -
government to proceed with normal forgot what the word "sacrifice" meant. circles. Recently a gourmet Puncheon .
federal operations for a few more days was being served to Martinez supporters -
without shutting down entirely, as it did Then along came Bush with his read- in one part of Tampa, while

last weekend. This bill was promptly my-lips campaign of no new taxes, and several dining blocks on away hotdogs.,Chiles'It's supporterswere easy to
vetoed by President Bush in order to get the good times continued to rolluntil guess which event raised the most

back at members of Congress now. Therefore the budget plan, relying money. j
Democrats and Republicans, who votedagainst heavily on fee increases for Medicare, Dudley quotes Merle Black, a na- '-.
his wishes on an earlier bill. cuts in spending, and tax increaseson tionally known political science pro-
fessor at Emory university in Atlanta,
gasoline, tobacco products, beer wine
\ as saying that Bush's campaign visitsto
Consequently, thousands of visiting and other such products, was widely op- Florida might actually prove to be a
tourists were disappointed: last weekend posed by thousands of Americans who let minus for Martinez in the wake of the
upon arrival at National parks, their Congressmen know their objectionsin budget balancing debacle in

museums, and federal attractions in no uncertain terms. Washington.Black New. limit: $3,195,000,000,000
Washington, only to find themselves lock- said the Medicare controversyand

ed out. A daily newspaper editorial this Bush finally)) said that he would con- Bush's taxes 90 degree reversal on his no
new pre-election pledge could br-
week blamed the shut-down entirely on sider an increase in income tax rates for ing budget and tax matters to the
with no mention of PresidentBus's the wealthy if Congress would agree to forefront of state political races and re- WASHINGTON For the 22nd tine) during tale..
role in the comedy of errors. But lower the rate on his beloved capital mind voters of Martinez's no-new tax Reagan-Bush era, Congress is about to raise th?. gov .'
Bush should take most of the blame, since gains. But in another switcheroo, he pledge 1966. when he ran for Governor in. ernment's credit limit this time to

the veto was entirely unnecessary and on- changed his mind again after a meeting $3,195,000,000,000.

ly a failed attempt by the President to with 17 senators, mostly Republican, who An Atlanta-based pollster Clair- ". That's almost $3.2 trillion, about $72 billion 'oyer.
strike out at Congressmen, both told him increasing taxes on the rich wasa bourne Darden, filsipopuh1arriity any the current maximum but enough to the
and who refus- politician to pass on to carry, gov- ,
Democrats Republicans,
"No No'
throwing the already another candidate. Bush's popularity ernment only through Oct.: 20. ,
ed to go along with his budget demands confused budget negotiations into near rating in the polls probably took a By that date, Congress'and President 'Bush are expected -- '
which they considered unfair. chaos. nosedive when thousands of tourists
and other visitors were abruptly turned to have agreed on a way to reduce the. budget -

The governmental shutdown was no But now, the election will be over in less away from museums, parks and other deficit.

more due to "a dawdling, indecisive Con- than a month; worries about re-election attractions Bush (doubtless across acting the nation on the Sunday advice as of The House .approved the $3.i95'tpijI figure yesterday ':.

gress", as the editorial stated, than it was will be over, and Congress, as well)) as the his adviser John Sununu) closed down. as part of a pill renewing' federal spending

to a lack of leadership by the President, President, can get back to realities. the government unnecessarily.And aytlorjty.while\ deficit- eductjon efforts ?!continue, '
and his deliberate avoidance of budget Perhapsjust perhaps- can get a fair The Senate.>was expected to do the same later.in,the \

,negotiations in an effort to escape any and decent budget after all. Both Con- big I most blunder voters in 1988 have when not forgottenthe Martinez < .day.. ............. INVT ...... ;4y :.
,blame for necessary tax raises, or for the gress and the President have, hopefully strongly supported a controversial services -. I i ? .-" I. J.... .IUIl1ll af', 10 IUnflO

,Jnevitable-'cuts, 'in, "Medicare" ....,- and othervital'programS' learned 'a lesson during the torments of 1 tax for Florida and then strongly I''I it .9-a.!** 'L.:-/:!.1 ,'h' .r:.1:_>. i-oqa._ ':. 0.1! o,.'i,,,bJoi. i .91M.,...IT, N'.. ., ..,.II/.:,*,a-oj ... t1 v
the past'six months.II opposed it when it met with opposition
from the voters. His "no new taxes" Up, Up, And Away We Go
promise also flew the coop when the
Governor oversaw some $1.7 billion in When Ronald, the Great Communicator and biggest spen-
Santa Fe River Deserves new legislative taxes session.and fees levied at the last ding "fiscal conservative" took office, the National Debt was

$50 billion. Soon the ceiling was raised by another $50 billion.
The bottom line Bush's to
Within seven months It was bumped up again by another $80
pass on his popularity to Martinez will
Further Protection
come on November 6. It will also billion. (As Senator Dlrkson once said, "A billion here and''a
measure the abilities of the Vice Presi- billion there-- pretty soon you're running Into real money:)
:ST.g dent,one ex-President,Ronald Reagan By the time George Bush took over the presidency, the Na-.

7> Realizing that a river is no better than The Santa Fe, aside from its beauty who and have perhaps,or will a few have cabinet, left their members dutiesIn tional Debt was $2.8 trillion. '
I? its tributaries, the Suwannee River has an intriguing histcry. Its "naturalbridge" l Washington to barnstorm Florida in At the present time, on Bush's "fiscal conservative"watch
E' Water Management District recently where the entire river bed goes Martinez's behalf. the National Debt Is $3.2 trillion.

r p.:; moved totudy employ a consultant to conduct underground for a distance near High Some voters think their time shouldbe Are you enjoying the ride? NEXT STOP MARS

Sa of the Santa Fe River. The Santa Springs, was used by Spanish explorers better spent in Washington. .
sC: Fe River is the main tributary to the 500 years ago to travel from St. Augustineto I
=. Suwannee. Anything adversely affecting west Florida. Jesuit priests also
time the units leave, which on some
p the Santa Fe, likewise endangers the established a Spanish Mission, Santa Fe Lettersto days seems to be constantly. I say a of this many in our community who fee
S-* Suwannee. de Toloca, in that area although Santa prayer each time for their safety and
the that they reach those In need In time. I
Fe was often spelled on old We are very fortunate and proud in
pK: Up to now, the SRWMD's focus has maps of that period. know the terror of having a loved one the in Bradford County to have the services of
EditorIn know
:d:: .' been on the upper Suwannee, where need of their services and I Dr. GLanas and Mr. Chapman. -

C overdevelopment has been discouraged Now, more than ever, the successful ef- overwhelming save that loved one's gratitude life. I am when just they one Hazel C. Hall Starke
s> in recent years. Now an effort will be fort made in Bradford County six years 10:.

:5 s < made measures to to extend the Santa the Fe, as preservation well)) as New draining ago to prevent the Santa Georgia-Pacific Fe Swamp to obtain from Defense of EMSEditor Chiles Commended for Helpfulness :. I

= River, which is also part of the Suwannee peat for fuel at its Palatka mill, seems \.....

TS.... drainage system. more worthwhile than ever. If this had Telegraph l : Editor, Telegraph: was the quickest hearing she had ever
taken place it would have adversely af- This is a of the letter I wrote to I was very happy to read in had. '
sv A recent editorial in the Gainesville fected the Santa Fe River, Santa Fe the coPT Channel 4 TV.I Saturday's Florida Time Union a story This proves the untruth of what Mr.
TV ad clouds the
headed "Martinez
<: described the Santa Fe as a river this letter in to : Martinez is sayingthat Senator Chiles
K. Sun Lake, and also the Suwannee.The am writing response Issue of Chiles (and the) Elderly".
5> "...along which canoeists can still)) experience Winston Dean's report on the HRS voted against help for young persons
the wilderness that criticisms of the Emergency Medical That explained many things that I with Incurable ailments.I .
sv a sense of happy ending to this, was that Services for Bradford County, which already knew, but it seems Mr. Mar-
SX once covered all) of North Florida. It re- Georgia-Pacific eventually gave up and you deemed so important that it was the tinez had forgotten how to tell the true Chiles especially calibre, who like doesn't a person try to of make Mr.
i:' mains one of the prettiest rivers inK deeded the 5,000-acre swamp to the lead story on the six o'clock news pro- story. others look bad in order to make
; % Florida, and while it may lack the name Suwannee River Water Management gram Friday, September 28. We have a family member who has himself look good. He looks good to me
r> recognition of the Suwannee, it is every District thus assuring its protection in Perhaps it was not Mr. Dean's Intentto Crohn's Disease and unable to work just being a very nice person. He
::-:. bit worthy of preservation." On the cause the county residents to become since age 36. He probably would still be doesn't need $1,500 a plate dinners, nor
as perpetuity.The affectedby trying to get help if it had not been for the President
out that unfortunately upset! but the two people most Vice President.'or ex-
=t C other hand it was pointed ,
his report (Dr.Pete Gianas.,,Medical Senator Lawtou Chiles. President to come to Florida on his
3>. "... to canoe on a few other SRWMD will soon approach coun- Director of EMS and Cliff U18pmani I wrote to him for help and his office behalf. He lust needs...all. of us Hot-Dog
srv stretches of the river is to experience the ties that border on the Santa Fe and New Director of EMS!) are two called me to assure that lie would help- lovers to ban together, and be will
IPS sensation of paddling down a suburban Rivers for their cooperation in this im- dedicated medical people you will find and he did. He requested that I let him reside in the Governors Mansion In
anywhere and are well respected in our !know as our case developed.We Tallahassee for the next four years.I .
It is
fjCj street. environmental project.
: the
: portant community. They do not deserve
had a hearing before a Social will be GOVernorfor
"'".: hoped that these counties, including stress which this news report was caus- in 30 days after believe he a Great
Security physician
SX Also, unfortunately, an effort to have will respond favorably to this ed them. a Great State. t
Bradford, Senator! Chiles.. began to help us. We
I 3 the Suwannee included on the nation's list proposal, 'cooperating fully with the Dr. Gianas and Mr. Chapman are were assured by the attorney that that Edna Hodges Norton Lake,
4 of "wild rivers" failed several years ago, Suwannee River District's effort to buy well !known in the Northeast Florida KlngsI1
not too late to most of counties among the medical community
: -c but it is preserve and some of the few remaining
the natural beauties of both the Suwannee preserve Fe. for they teach Advanced Cardiac To Whom It May Concern: VICTIMS BEWARE! I
g Z unspoiled areas along the Santa Life doctors and nurses at
Sv and its tributaries. = In Jacksonville and at On May 24th of this year I became a dropped on July 28 and the case Involving -
... bo Gainesville and>Palatka victim of crime. By my never being involved the 4 juvenile was pending.. bad
areas. They are both very Involved in anything of this nature, I was not been informed by the State At-
6 our"rur f1 community and give freelyof not aware of the procedures you have tog torney's Office that my case bad been
Ii Register Now to Vote November their time by going to the schools and tbrouah. dropped.: On August 23, 1990,,I/again
do 18 physicals (free of charge) for I caned the Bradford County Sheriffs took it upon myself to return to the
the Bradford County Special Olympics Office and told them that my home had State Attorney's Office, and spoke to
51:...J participants they teach CPR to a been burglarized, a deputy was dispat- Tony Julian who handles juvenile
:: and state
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variety of company and filed informed that
ched. He investigated a cases. He me a restitu-
cot,. 'employees athletes i they do nominal the physicals fee they for report. Later that night, my propertywas tion bearing was set for September 17,
ryACTIV county for a ; found.It was kept for a short while, ISM. On September 7. 1911 I was Informed
V"R/ ? are Involved In many areas charity and was returned to me. Most of the the bearing had been continued
milijj work In
social our
4 and to mention. items were damaged to the point whereit and a date had not been set.
4p numerous would cost more to repair them that It is now four and a half months later,
.q [ Dr. Gianas (affectionately known as to replace them. and I have not been contacted by the
3ur>"err Dr. Pete) Is not paid to be the Medical Two and a half months later, on State Attorney. My property has not
0 v BOB G.FERGUSON-JOHN M.MILLER: Director of EMS, a job which in other August,1890,I went to the Sheriffs Office been replaced or repaired. I have learned -
Publish counties Is a considerably hillb- ayIn to find out what was going on,I was that in 1988 a Victims Rights Amendment -
Job. He rides withalso Rescue Unit on then informed that I should nave heard was passed. After this experience -
Published each Thursday and entered on Second Clan Matter at OHM w s unpaid. His lifetruly from the State Attorney's Office at as a victim, 1 :Have No
'i the Post Office at Starke.Florida under Act of March 3. 1 879.Subscription revolves around helping others. some point. I then went to the State Attorney's Rights J| j
Phone 964-6305 The office where I work is only a few Office and spoke with Jay Underhill
Rate In Trade Ar.a(14: .00 put W.CO dx month ; James I
ymor. On
EMS building.
A Starke.Florida blocks from the and found out that the case vu the
P.O.Drower ; c rWd.Tend.Ana: s 11.00 par yar 89.60 dr monrrr Welch Morgan Road,Starker I
weekdays, I hear those sirens every adult charged with the crime had been

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Class of 55 Celebrates UDC Weeks ChapterTo

Reunion with Nassau Cruise ;Meet MondayThe
W.T. Weeks Chapter of the
United Daughters of the Con-
ky Barbara CoIley-IUrvey federacy will meet on Monday, Oct.
A marvelous& ney was recently*enjoyed by the Bradford HIP Clans of C rF IS at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
1956 Who 7Suia.h'ye'B"u' ?A******class reunion boardthe Super Christine S. Bay St.
Star Ship AtlaDtJclAilIDI m Port Canaveral I Mrs. Rhoda Damper will be co- j
with. meet and mixer party at the Blue Rlbaad on the upper hostess for this meeting.
I, deck u the ahip cleared port for open MaS 011 Sept.7, it rwembled a cut The program will be on "Women
let. for a Hollywood blockbuater. Spies for the Confederacy" and all
Hello, boP and handshake kept the group Intimate and reminiscing: members are urged to attend.Woman's .
that evening up through the first dinner seating that set the pace for a
bountiful food aupply.Most settled down for talk and laughter u the ship Club
sailed toward the 8 bamas.The hardy (or fool-hardy)found Il'UtCUJioa- Members Attend I
ty In the Ibtp'.caaino. Old math,well-worn English prevailed creating Orlando MeetingThe J
some new history for those *o courageous. Eventually, almost everyone
: had to why the one arm banditssome more, some less, and some a lot FFWC Fall Board meetingwas
has.. knows held in Orlando at the Twin
Saturday was a day at Nassau.Tour trips and walks around the old town Towers Hotel on Sept. 29 through
: and straw market kept the classmates busy.The evening allowed for show Oct. 1.Members.
tours and more casino life in ole Nassau town. ; of the Woman's Club of
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I Aboard ship the Horn of Plenty was overflowing. Breakfast was followed Starke who attended were Hazel
by an open buffet; lunch by afternoon tea and cookies or ice cream sun Hardy Freda Judd, Blanche. Otto
da.,.' dinner the buffet. Talk .. ... ....... : .. and Peggy Thomas.
by midnight however, was the prizednourishment --... ..I' :TJ-,;... ,
; always a story. to tell, a talk to remember, and a laugh to Bon Voyage! Eastern Star 52
relive with old friends. .
Sunday was a day at the out-island. Sun sea, snorkeling, food and Just II classmates attending their class reunion were, left Shuford Estelle Green Minton, Ruby Austin Mosley, Observe AnniversaryThe
good old-fashioned fun. That evening, it was the Class oT53 winning the, to right, front rows Barbara Prevatt Henderson. JoAnn Barbara McComb Weldon. Lu-Esther Chapter 52 Order of
male and female twist contest! Smith Rowe Judy Casey Berard. Frances Douglas Back row: Clifford Martin, Hugh Crosby Rodman the Eastern Star will celebrate their
The Class of '55people enjoying one another and themselves. Some Crosby, Shirley Cottle Moore, Barbara Colley Harvey Underhill Wendell Kelly, Clyde Griffls, Rocky Garner, anniversary on Sunday, Oct. 14 at
,I imply talked and visited, some went to the casinos, some danced, some Sue Siprelle Garner,Magdalene Wilkinson Griff is,Betty Jack Lefevers, Gary Garner, and Jim Bowers. 3:30 p.m. at Mt. Morlah United
played bingo. Traveling short and far, they met, .mingled, and shared In Norman Stefanelli. Not pictured: Dewayne Elder Fred Johns Warren Methodist Church. The speaker will
these momenta of fleeting times. Second row Jim Weldon Monroe Catkins. Joyce Johns. Shirley Kelly Prultt. and Townsend Strickland. be Rev. Michael Johnson of Antioch

When you see a vintage Class of '55 person, be sure to notice the new THomm William .Iranrtte Green Futch Helen Hicks .. ........... ........ .. .. Baotist Church of Starke.
sparkle In their eye that s sure to last 'til the next Bon Voyage! ...." ,.... ..." .,, ." ." "" ,"""'''HHHuH
St. Edward's BazaarOn fffl SS55

Saturday Oct. 20, from 9 a.m.
I I Hampton Elem. School News I Ii Church to 6 p.m.will, the sponsor St. Edward's their Catholic Harvest I'PI

i j FRIDAY,OCT. 12-Planning Day, Second graders In Mrs.Marshall's- Festival Among Bazaar featured on parish attractions grounds.will
NO SCHOOL for students. Class studied Tall Tales last week. baked
be arts, crafts gift items, Congratulationsto
WEDNESDAY.. OCT 17 Early The students listened to a variety of goods, and a White Elephant booth.
Release Day.HALLOWEEN. Tall Tales stories, then had the opportunity Spaghetti dinners will be served
RAFFLE to create their own. The from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.,with takeouts
I TICKETS are now on sale for $1.00 week ended with a Western Stew available. Dinners will be $3.50 for
donation. Tickets can be purchasedfor Cookout along with hot apple pie adults, $2.50 for children under 12. i .7 Hansen
a chance at: $300) Gift Certificate a-la-mode. Cash prizes and a hand-crocheted JudY
to the Business of your choice, Gas Red Ribbon Week is scheduled for afghan will also be given away. retirement
Grill and a 19" Color Television.The Oct.22-28.Seven students competedin Everyone is invited to this Bazaar! 1'tI '
: Halloween Carnival is set for Satur- a poster contest They were: Mar-
day, Oct. 27, 5 to 9 p.m. Mark your cus Affron Eric Scogglns, Roger Fall Fun FestivalSet on your ofservice
calendar and plan on attending. Mitzel, Melody Barr, Chris Affron, years
FALL PICTURES are inI! Jay Corbin,Amy Wilson. All posters at First Pent. 33
,Parents are requested to turn in the will be sent to Starke for further Church Oct. 20A after the
picture envelope with their choice of judging. I with
Fall Fun Festival is being planned -
: pictures and money to the school office -
by Wednesday of next week. by First United Pentecostal Jenny MannJenny
LIBRARY FUND RAISER orders BHS-Vo-Tech Church for Saturday, Oct. 20 from parole
have been turned in to the company. Open House 8:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. commission.We
The merchandise should be Scheduled events are crafts,rides Mann Joins
i delivered the week of Oct. 29. Come to BBS on Tuesday, Oct. 16 games, refreshments and gospel .
,I This is ESE Week. Students in to pick up your student report music. Faulkner RealtyERA
Mrs. Water's classes invited County card. First United Pentecostal Church Is
Office Staff and School Board Bradford High School and Brad- located at 204 N. Water St. Starke.
Members to attend classes with ford Vo-Tech will co-host an open For more information cad Pastor Faulkner Realty, Inc. announces
them, yesterday. Also, students in- house at BBS on Tuesday, Oct. 16. Ronnie King, 964-5963 or David that Jenny W. Mann has
vited their classmates to visit their The open house will be held in the Smith Youth Leader, 7823622. recently joined its staff of real estate all going
room to learn more about the techniques media center at 7 p.m. and be completed professionals.Ms. are
used In Mrs. Water's by 8:30.: Cox Appliance Mann received her real estate We
classroom. Report cards tof BBS students will license after achieving test results
be distributed parents that even- & placing her In the top 6 percent of miss you.
i Parent Conf. Day ing. It is very Important that all Air Conditioning students taking the Florida real to
parents come and pick-up this first estate exam.
Planned for School report card. We will run a mini-bell Service Ms. Mann former assistant
Chapter 1 Students schedule and open BHS so you may branch manager of Fleet Finance in \ DP.Ii.
tour your student's classrooms. Starke, plans to use her knowlegeatid Mer\e
I' Parents of Chapter 1 pupils are in- __Com.to Jthe.media.center and 1 "i experience in mortgage lending
I Cha UrrPlI1'ertt-! pick-up the report card; tour the .' ,fo> provirJeUop-flight! :: service in.the
Conference Day on Oct. 17. The pur- building and end up back at the 1 sr ''real estate'Yield- Bradford and F
pose of the conference day is to encourage -' media center for refreshments. We Union County residents.
parents of Chapter 1 pupils are looking forward to a good turn
}! to discuss with the Chapter 1 teacher out and an enjoyable evening. If youcan't
\ plans to help the Chapter 1 child im- stay for the tour, please come -
prove In reading.On and pick up the report card.
Oct. 10, Chapter 1 pupils were
I asked to take home to parents a letter -
regarding the Conference Day. If Graham BaptistHomecoming
i you are the parent of a Chapter 1 SundayThe .
pupil and did not receive a letter ...
regarding the Conference Day, First Baptist Church of Itiio
please call Myrna Hurse at the Graham will be having their annual Joe Cox your friendly repo irmm.Call
School Board Office (964-6800)for in- homecoming Sunday, Oct. 14. him today(for any appliance repair '
formation. The day will begin with Sunday Service & Repair on: letter to
Remember, many problems can School 10 a.m. Bro.Walter Vile of .All Major Appliance Open
be prevented by the parent and Jacksonville will present the morn- .Air Conditioning l Refrigeration
teacher keeping in touch. Please call Ing message. The afternoon will ElocWcert$ I
the secretary at your child's school feature George Wells and Vernon Bradford
and schedule a conference. We look Forsythe as they bring messages in 964 2462 I County
forward to seeing you Wednesday music. Dinner will be held on the
grounds. is welcome. Lie liRA 0046994, ER 0007578
Od.17. Everyone

voters in Dist. 2

The RecycleSaurous Recycling Drive

Saturday October 20 1990 Yes, I am in the running for your next County Commissioner.I .

feel my experience as a councilman and Mayor of the City of

Help: SUNSHINE INDUSTRIES Lawtey for 20 years, qualifies me to be your County Commissioner.This .

has given me experience in the preparation of.city budgeting and

:. AKTION CLUBby being able to spend accordingly; the hiring of various personnel for

the many problems that have to be confronted each session, still

recycling your keeping within the budget

: t glass When I was elected to the City Council, the City was operated on a

9', aluminum very limited amount of funds.

'' Since then the city has been foutunate enough to put in its own

newspapers water system; paved additional streets; obtained a better City Hall;

r_ @ @ plastic (soda bottles improved the existing fire station and purchased a new fully equippedfire

and milk jugs) truck; the city has free garbage pick-up twice a week; a full time

Take your recyclables to: Q: maintenance crew and around the clock police protection.At this

STARKE PLAZA ON HWV. 100 / time the city is very sound, fmancially, with substantial savings on

Date: Third Saturday of each month .1 As deposit your in County local banks.Commissioner, I will strive to help all. of Bradford

Hours 9.00 am-Noon '" ASSOCIATION '" lye- grow and prosper, so all of us can have the better things of

1. Better roads and drainage.

,, Bradford County For more information,call the recycling hotline at 1-800-76REUSE 2. Much improved fire protection for all the citizens.

. 3. Improvement of E.M.S. service.

AkbiJT! 4. Complete 911 service for the entire County.

Friends, I believe we can have all of these thmgs, by reduction of

excessive spending and waste in our County Government.I .

I would like to Thank everyone who am 65 years old and fully retired so I can devote all the time

in necessary to serve you as a concerned County Commissioner.In .
me Campaign.
7. supported my my efforts to visit each of you and I know I have missed some

I worked hard -1 addressed the issues if you have any questions, please call me at 7823655.I .

and always told you the Truth. ask for your vote and support on Nov.. 6.

-I I'd rather retain my honesty and You need a conservative on the County Commission.Let's .

: integrity instead of trading it to serve work together.

-r-. as your County Commissioner.GREGAl Vote Nov. '6 for Marvin Rosier

I Pel.poL adv.pdd far by Marvin nosier camp fund
Pd.Pol.Adv..Dem.pd.for by O. "A Z
Alvarez c mp.funds -


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Parties. .. ;: Smyrna Baptist
Weddings... guests were invited into tile dining .
Bible .
Vicki HonoredAt Conference
Dinner Party Thomas room for refreshments. A bride doll
KempWilkersonMarried Thomas-Smith Guests were served a delicious Lingerie Shower cake designed as a replica of Vickl In Smyrna Baptist Church on Pratt
For her wedding gown was served along Street Invite to attend'
gourmet dinner prepared by the everyone
Oct. 4 Vicki brideelectof
Thomas, Oct. 27
Vicki Thomas and Gordon Smith hosts. After dinner the couple were honored at with other finger foods and punch. their Fourth Annual Bible Conference -
Gordon a
Brenda L. Kemp and Timothy were honored at a dinner party Oct. presented with many gifts,includinga lingerie shower Smith Sept was: 24 at the homeof The hostesses presented Vicki on Oct. 15-19, 7:30 p.m.
WUkerson,Jr.,both of Lawtey were Mrs. Levon handcrafted with a of monogrammed
4 at the home of Mr. & picnic table from Mr. Mrs. Donna Gruen.Vicki glasses nigh try.
married Oct. 4 at Bradford Bounty Andrews of Starke. Dave Gassett. enjoyed toasting as a momento of the Special 1 singing will be featured
Courthouse. The honored couple, their parents Hosting the dinner was Mr. &Mrs. and her guests school occasion. Hostesses were Mrs. Don- nightly, along with different\guest
Brenda is the daughter of Mr. & and guests were greeted upon ar- Levon Andrews Mr. Dave Gassett, visiting and reminiscing past na finien, Mrs. Evelyn McIntyre, speaker. Nursery will be provided.
Mrs. Paul Kemp. Timothy Is the son rival and invited into the sun room Mrs. Lil\ Ayer and Mr. & Mrs. Sam days.After her Vicki and Mrs. Sandra Pennell and Mrs. Pastor Is Bro. Charles G. Starling:
of Mr. & Mrs.Timothy WUkerson of for hors d'oeuvres and beverage. Wise. ,__ opening gifts Evelyn Womack.
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Extra Lean Whole Or Half :
5-7 Lbs. Average Boneless TheOtherWhiteMeat.PORK :

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Vivian Thorntonand I 1'Ik'(Minxrili Randall GrifHi .
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ThorntonGriffisWedding 9 .

Oct. 20 V
Prices In this ad
Mr. & Mrs. W.J. Thornton an-
nounce the approaching marriage of 0 good Monday, Washington State Red
their daughter, Vivian Darlene, to Oct. 8 thruSunday
Randall Alvin Griff son of Mr. & Delicious Or N.C.
Raiford. ,
Mrs. Alvin Griffia of
The wedding is set for Oct. 20 at 7 Oct. 14,
p.m. at the New River New Congregational 1990. ROME APPLESV
Methodist Church,
located on Rd. 125 in Lawtey. '
All friends and relatives are in-
vited to attend. .i 1ft'L

Engagements... -- L $199

Engagement Hodges-Jenkins ToldThe Grade A 5 Lb. BagWHOLE

engagement of Sharon Gail
Hodges, daughter of James & Linda FRYERS
Tyler of Starke, and Terrell De- 1st (Cjf, SHI Ifeasprj
Wayne Jenkins,son of Linda Jenkins
and announced.Robbie Jenkins all of Brooker,is lifesl ilorlife (Citrus? Mi

Wedding plans are being made for

Nov. 10. Lb. ,. aO

...Dillon Andrew Wilkerson
Brenda & David Wilkerson of
Lawtey announce the birth of a son,
Dillon Andrew, born Sept. 30 in 4 : .V a
Gainesville. He weighed 8 lb., 9 oz.
and measured 19H Inches long. He
joins Brandi, 13; David Jr., 7;
Jonathan,4; and Christopher.
Maternal grandparents are Rosa 1 1
and F.R. Starling of Starke. Lamb Leg

Paternal grandparents are Billy& ... .. .., .
Annie WUkerson of Lawtey. r ,1)8 v 'tf"\l1 u V.J' '6'1 c.1(' ':1 n r 11' H'1'7 a n.n r n
...Katelyn Deanne Traylor1' tr ,r
Mr. & Mrs. Dean Traylor of S I 69 SALEn'!
Lawtey announce the birth of a
daughter, Katelyn Deanne, born "* 1
Sept. 25 in North Fla. Regional I
Women's Center. She joins Michael,
Jamie, Morgan and Cristie. 'I :
Maternal grandparents are Dr. It 2 Lb. Bag Carrots//
Mrs. H.C.Bowers of Ft.Lauderdale.
Great-grandparents are Mrs. Mary 3 Lb. Bag Yellow Onions/
Hope Bowers of Ft. Lauderdale and ..

Mrs.Beach.Sara Humes of Pompano 1 Stalk Celery/Lb./ Packaged Tomatoes

Paternal grandparents are Mr. /
Mrs. Robert Traylor of Lawteyr
Great-grandparents are Mr. & Mrs.
J.H. McFarland also of Lawtey.

Starke Elem 4 Pack 4 Oz. Cinnamon/Reg./ 14.5 Oz. No Salt WholeHUNT'S Half Gallon Lime/Orange

School NewsFRIDAY Natural Plus White House FOOD LION .

Planning Day. There wUl be no SHERBERT6ge
school for students on that date. -
P.T.O. NEWS: Y2J99" .
The P.T.O. wishes to extend a /
special "Thank you" to Denise
Smith, Marie Hutton, Pam Little .. 9ge
and Tonya Browning for donations

made. \
There will be a car wash at Starke
Elementary during the planning
Day, Oct. 12 from 11 a.m.till 2 p.m.
The cost will be $2 vehicle. Butter Gold/
per .
Tickets will go on sale at our P.T.O. 218z 175 Ct. White Facial 24 Oz. Light N' Lively
Building beginning\ Monday, Oct. 8 18. Devils Food/Yellow ,

the and car continuing wash. through Students the may date help of DUNCAN HINES KLEENEX TISSUE COTTAGE CHEESE$1991I

with the wash if
car only a parent or
guardian accompanies them. CAKE MIXES -
Appreciation is expressed to all of
the many volunteers who are help- :
ing our P.T.O. this term. 8ge" ,
we've already sold more than 90 of
the beautiful new Starke Elemen-
tary"T"shirts.Order forms may be
obtained from the school or from our
P.T.O. officers, Cindy McCord, San-
dra Alvarez, Kris Alvarez or Rhoda 42 Oz. 40 Off Amberglow
Walnwright. If you need to contract
Cindy, our president, at home, her SURF FIRE
telephone number is 964-7503. 1.69

FALL FUN DAY will be Friday, DETERGENT . . . .. . . . LOGS. . 3 Lb. .89
Nov. 2 at SES. Each family Is being
asked to donate a bag of candy bet-
ween now and Nov. 2. The candy '
should be sent to the P.T.O. SAVE
Building or the school office.SCHOOL 2 Liter Pabst Bud 75

meetings ADVISORY have been let COMMITTEE for the PEPSI COLA Bud Lt. I when you buy 14 oz.

following dates for 1900-91: Oct. 22, Pabst Lt. .Honey' Nut Cteerios:,
Nov. 26, Jan. 28, Mar. 25, Apr. 22, ." Bud Dry
May 20.All such meetings are set for ..
7 p.m. in the SES Cafeteria. If a 89 y CN CN --.. GeL "11,1110I
change is made In the schedule o..r ..ilea1__I
you'll receive prior notification in 99 79 rw_..1 L 7__
the Newsletter. The PTO/LSAC 2lrtM4Jto.Djiw.WrtMta.Dwi... .9! 3 11 .-- --:":C'r.'t.:1:1 II1I1 I
meetings are open to all parents, Poptlft : 12 /24 ,
guardians, school staff members, :.: ....:........ ..1.7JJeiei'ldoit 12 /12 PK PK .
students and others of the Starke. ., "
Elementary Community.

Evang. Pentec

Revival Begins

There will be a revival starting 1 eatum near yp#
Sunday night at 8 p.m.,conducted by
Evangelist Bruce Williams of
Jacksonville, at the Evangelistic enter P.S; 3d f Southil'
Starke.Pentecostal Church. ., 730 Pin St.' Mtage

Com are and bear this man of
God. Pastor'is Juliette Long.

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October 11, 1890 TELEGRAPH Page 7A

Districting: BC Parent Education CommitteeSet

Puts BHS __ to Meet Monday, Oct. 15A i I

panel discussion-! "Substance Abuse In the Adolescent
Population" will be the first program of the new school year, sponsored I
PareHTEducatlon!: Committee at
Doubling the current eight Class by the Bradford County
School Oct. 15 7
Starke Elementary Monday p.m.
SA athletic districts In the state to 18
The will be led Frenchman of the
District panel by Barry Bradford/U-
will realign SA for BradfordHigh.
nion/Putnam Guidance Clinic, and will feature representativesfrom t
the Corner Drug Store, Metamorphosis, and the Guidance ,
The District S-SA
new member Clinic, as well as recovering addicts and others Involved in this
are North Marion (875 students in 4 4I
locally severe
grades 10-13), Bradford (768), Santa The Committee problem.has previously presented outstanding authoritiesin

Fe (847). and Flagler Palm Coast such diverse fields as discipline, stress alleviation, communication -

((583) alcoholism, reading skins, single parenting, and the motiva-
what is
From currently DUt. 3-3A, tion of students. It is dedicated to teaching parenting skills and

Jacksonville Baker County Lee, Fernandina and Jacksonville Beach, I !fl"7 area.family interaction for the benefit of parents and guardians in this

Paxon' have been placed in a new Future programs during the school year will be: "Truancy",
Dist. 3-3A as the Florida High School Jan. 7; "Children's Role In the Family" Feb. 25; and "Available
Athletic Association'created Class Summer Activities", May 6.
3A districts. s All interested parents and guardians are invited to attend these
? North Marion is down from Class -,- programs, which are co-sponsored by the Starke Rotary Club.
4A. Flagler Palm Coast returns
after several years as an Independent Starke Elementary was the third school visited by the visitors gained Insight Into the educational Counselor process.Melba
Bradford Education Foundation Monday. School PrtaShown above: Asst. Principal Tew
briefed the visitors In the school Johnson, Principal McKinney Charles Johns, Job E.
The 18 new Class 3A districts were clpal Dewey McKinney Reddish,
library.Assisting the briefing and tour were Assistant White Jamie Thrift Scott Roberts. Becky
approved Oct. 8 by the FHAA Board
and Jim
Chastaln, Brandy Noegel Supt.
Johnson.The Evelyn
of Directors for 1991 and 1992. Principal David Tew and Counselor

Suwannee County, which has
dominated Class 3A football the last

four years, will remain Class 3A by BRADS-OR
[ ,
three students. :, -
District 3-2A will contain

Newberry ((317), Williston (301)),' Retired Teachers They were honored with an

Chiefland (296), Dixie County (289),, ;;.; Meet Sept. 20 awards banquet as part of this Inten-
Union .
County (273), P.K.Yonge sive four-day program.
((263). Changes: What is now an On Thursday, Sept. 20, Bradford-
eight-team 3-2A is being split, with .y Union Retired Educators met at the Chorale Concert
Interlachen and Keystone Heights 4 Lake Butler Plaza, formerly The
moving to 42A. L"A t Loop,for the first meeting of the new Oct. 21 Features
District 4-2A members are In- year.President. Meth. DirectorThe
terlachen (455), Clay (434), Maureen Paul welcomed -
Keystone Heights (352) Pierson members and guest,and reportedon Willis Bodine Chorale will pre-
Taylor (312), Crescent City (297), ill and shut-in members. Mrs. sent JONAH on Sunday, Oct. 21 at
and Jacksonville Episcoipal (256). Millie Hardin introduced her guest 8:15: p.m.
Mrs. Anne Currie, a recently retired This is the Florida premiere of
Duval County teacher. Welsh composer William Mathias'new
JV Gridders For the devotional. Mrs. Elizabeth work and will be presented at

Walker led the group in the recita- Trinity United Methodist Church,
tion of the Twenty-Third Psalm and W. 8th Avenue in Gainesville.
,Defeat Baker ,r A the Lord's Prayer.The Soloists include baritone Owen
PV minutes and report on the ex- Wingate who is also the Director of
The Junior Varsity football squad ecutive board meeting were read by Music at First Methodist Church in
Is sporting a 1-4 season record to Concerned citizens join forces with the Bradford Education Foundationto Mrs. Murial Norman; the financial Starke. Other soloists are Ron Bur-
date, winning over the Macclenny acquaint themselves with Bradford County Schools. Thursday Paula report was given by Mrs. Leona richter, tenor, and RichardBranueYd
Wildcats 204, their only win of the Steele and the staff at BUS sponsored tour for the Education Foundation Royal. Mrs. Blanche Howard of tenor,and Grace Thomson
season so far. The Bradford County Education members and guests.Steele presented tour of the facility and briefed the Union County, and Mrs. Maxine GIb- er. The 19-member orchestra
Two games remain in the 1990 Foundation wants to see this aspiring group of current changes occurring In the high school. son of Bradford County were appointed will be joined by three

season. Today (Thursday, Oct. 11) young artist fulfill her educational Persons attending the session were John Miller, Sylvia Tatum. John courtesy chairmen.Mrs. keyboardists, and Willis Bodine will
the junior Tornadoes travel to North needs. This attentiongettingphoto Reddish (who assisted with the tour), Becky Reddish Job E. White, Alan Muriel Norman and her husband conduct.
Marion. Next Thursday, Oct. 18, was taken Monday at Starke Hetiel Principal Paula Steele, and Jim Duncan. John Reddish assisted Russell attended the FREA Tickets are available at the
Gainesville Eastside will visit Tor- Elementary during art class.Tornado with the tour.Laytopla General Assembly in Ft. Lauderdale Original Book Gallery (Gainesville
nadoland for the season finale. Sept. 4-7. Mrs.Norman, reappointedstate Shopping Center), the Music Store,
'Most of the team are freshmen chairman of Informative and and at Omni Books for a donation of>
who are playing against 10th Volleyballers 9-2 After 2 Wins Protective Services, led the $8 for adults, $5 for senior citizens &
graders," says Coach Harvey Laf- workshop for that group and also attended students. For more ticket informa-
ton, and against SA and 4A schools. The other workshops, meetingsand tion, call Gerald Herman, 378-7114.
girls varsity volleyball team Simms served points each and Charmil Spooner served an back
Lawson has She
assumed the head the banquet. brought
met three opponents this week losingone 3,4and 5, with Aurilla Williams ad- additional four to take the lead at BUREA NSDAR Elbert Chapt.
coaching position for the the following 1989-90
Junior varsity match to a team beaten earlierin Charmil lead
team ding 6 through 10 and 97. Forest regained the at 13-10
since awards
Coach Mike Guiter- :
rez has become seriously ill. the season. Spooner served No. 11 before In- on four straight service points, 1) Certificate of Merit; Meet Oct. 1
"The team is The season record is now 9-2, with terlachen scored their fourth and Starke tied at 14-all but lost the 2) Participation By Jewell Brown
improving and coming Community ;
Buchholz coming up tonight (Thurs- final point of one. 14-16, on the next two serves The
along," Coach Lofton said, and will game game 3) Membership (for having 97 pet. Colonel Samuel Elbert
day, Oct. 11) at Buchholz, always a Interlachen started in the Forest.
be an asset to the varsity when strong by FREA); Chapter of the NSDAR met Monday,
come of age. they strong opponent, and the one team second game, leading off with five The third game was a run-away by 4) Membership (for having 36 pet. Oct. 1 at the home of Mrs. Mattie
Boys seeing the most action this Starke has not defeated yet this quick points and adding two more to Forest, leading by 9-2 at the end of Increase). Taber in Keystone Hts.
season are: Backfielders Tory Kit- year.Monday. bring the score to 7-1. Spooner then the first round. Starke closed to 10-6 A history poster for Bradford- The program speaker for the
tles, Brian Smith, Willie Cohens October 15, Starke will served three points, followed by but lost the game and the match on Union was displayed at the meeting: was Mr. William Abraham
Shannon Brown, Chris Wise, Chris, play at home, meeting North Marion Latara Jackson three to tie at seven- the next serve by Forest, who added assembly. Bessent III. He is a member of the
McCloud and Darrin Young. Playing for a return match. all. Laytoyia Simms added three five quick points for a final 15-6 Plans for the Christmas program Sons of the American Revolution
Home matches start with the JV Monika Williams and CharmiliSpooner score. and Mrs. Max- and is the great-great grandson of
en the line are Justin Kendrick, Eric: party are completed.
Mike I r on, .KHft,. teams at 5 p.m.and varsity at 6 p.m. added one each,-and Rita <" .Stepheny served 8 points,Jackson,. ine Gibson announced. organization Judge Abraham Bessent who servedas
sort PatrlclJSo d w\n, 4W \ Stepheny finished Wa&elR1leiwNitllu! ,,.' ( Williams !and Spooner served 6 will participate in the "Say No 1st Sgt. Francis Marlon's
Lewis;Clayton w&f1 Olf ChadQuentln Deese At Interlachen::. \ ', three.. < .ij; "eachj'and. 'Simms and A. WillilarriS* 'to Dnigs'Campalgfi..::_ ..*. Brigade, South-Carolina Militia dur-
Brown, and James Sewell. Thursday, Oct. 4, the Tornadoes Laytoyia Sims was high scorer served 4 points. The Williams girls Committees met briefly to plan ing the Revolutionary War. After the .
Playing at the end position are traveled to Interlachen for an easy with 10 points, 1 ace and 1 kill. led the defense,Aurilla had five kills programs for the year. The next war he served In the North Carolina
Stephen McCloud, Renwick Tyson match,taking two games 15-4, 15-11. Stepheny, A. Williams and Spooner and Monika had 4 kills and 1 dig. regular meeting Will be held Nov. 15 Legislature.Mr. .
and Joey Williams.. Interlachen had a lead at 2-3, but each had 5 points, with kills, blocks In Starke at the Bradford Family Bessent, a local attorney,
In the latest loss, at and digs. Latara Jackson scored 4 Vanguard At Starke... Restaurant. spoke on the U.S. Constitution. Our
early fumbles by the Tornadoes Middleburg led BHS vs. Interlachen, points, 2 digs and 2 kills. Monika Two close game wins put the Tor- forefathers before coming to the
to a 24-0 half time deficit win 15-4,15-11 Williams played good defense with 4 nadoes back in the winning columnin United States lived under a govern-
according kills and 4 digs while serving one ment where only the aristocracy had
to Assistant Coach Brett ,and BHS vs. Forest the Starke gym. Local Residents
Middleburg has yet to be scored point. In the first game, the Knights led rights. After gaining their independence -
loss Attend Watkins
upon this year, "so we're not alone 15-8,14-16,6-15 12-4, then 13-6 when Spooner served 7 they had in mind what
in a scoreless game with Mid- BHS vs. Vanguard, 'At Forest... straight points to tie at 13-all. Meeting in Tenn. freedom meant, and what rights
dleburg," Purdy said. win 12-4,13-6,15-13 The second loss of the season Sulvella Jackson put the finishing Local Watkins must be guaranteed.The .
came at Ocala Forest, Monday, Oct. touches the with two Representative
on game points, M.D. & Ramona Crapse, returned Regent, Mrs. Peggy Thomas,
8, by scores of 15-8,14-16 and 6-15. winning 1313.Bradford conducted the business meeting.
from Nashville
Starke took a lead at 8-5 under the led off the second recently Tenn.,
game Seventeen members and two guests
Six from BHS where they attended a training session -
Competeat service of Monika Williams, then with an early 6-0 surge, but the sponsored by Watkins Inc. enjoyed the meeting and social bour.
Rita Stepheny added seven straight Knights tied at 7-all. Five straight
serves to clinch the first game. service points by S. Jackson put the -
fSU' CC Invitational Forest jumped off to a quick 5-1 Tornadoes back in a 12-7 lead only to
'. lead with five points on their first be tied again at 14. Two serves by r ElectronicsIbaeIC
Six Bradford High cross country Freshman Dawn Nail's 16:07: was serve but Latara Jackson andAurilla Monika Williams clinched the game Keystone
'runners competed In the Florida her best time for the BHS course. Williams served two points 1614.
State University Invitational at Oak Hall won the boy's race with
Tallahassee last Saturday, Oct. 6. 35 points. Eastside was second with
Dawn Nail, a freshman, led the 37 points, and Bradford was third JV Gridders Fall in 15-13
BHS runners with a time 15:50 over with M points. Rad.e
1 the'two mile course. Nail finished Bradford's Larry Green won the
;181st overall out of the 250 girl run- boy's 3-mile race In 18:46. Second Heartbreaker to Vanguardmatch
.ners. was Fred Mack, ES, In 19:11. Other Customer AppreciationSALE
Della Scott, a BHS junior, finished places were: 3) Stephen Smeyak, This was not a good week for the with'third game! score of
OH 19:31: t) Ron Foster ES 19:47: Junior team said
243rd among the 250 runners with a ; Varsity volleyball ,
time of 21:24.: 5) brandonHartley,. Oli,20:1i: ; 6) coach Bobbie Benson. 515.Thursday October 4, at In-
'The boys ran a 5K distance, whichIs Michael Watts, ES, 20:28; 7) Chris terlachen, the Tornado team also Now in Progress at Both Locations: Keystone
3.1 miles. Junior Larry Green Vansyckel, BHS, 20:33 8) Lake "We had a real heartbreaker showed Improvement Increasingtheir
finished 160th among the 310 boys Frazer, OH, 21:04..L 9) Brian Peddle, Tuesday.We have won some games losing scores from 4-15 and 3-15 Electronics and Record Junction, Your Radio

running with a time of 19:03. Greenis OH, 21:05: ; 10) Chris Huber, OH, but no matches" during the past to 12-15 and 7-15. Shack Dealers in Keystone Heights & Starke
recovering pretty good from a 21:11; 11) David Ball, OH, 21:5012) week, she said.Tuesday. Coach Benson has a roster of nine
;'",quadricept pull and is about 95 per- Dan Revnan, ES, 21:58: ; 13) Diango freshmen and one sophomore, and all regularly priced
10 %
cent healed, says Coach ,George Haskens, ES, 21:59; 14) Gare October 9, the Vanguard substitutes freely, trying to give ofT merchandise in stock
Loper. Hartley, OH, 22:36: ; 15) Mitchell Knights visited the Tornado gym everyone some playing time.
Sophomore Chris Vansyckel Gunter,BHS, 22:38: ; 16) Eric DeSue, and took the first game 15-13. The Next match is today (Thursday, Antenna's CD's
finished 214th in 20:10.: Freshman BHS, 36:10: ; 17) Mark Harden, BHS, Tornadoes fought back and won the Oct. 11) at Buchholz. Matches start StereosTV's and Much More...
Mitchell Gunter finished 283rd in 30:05.( : second of three games by a like at 6 p.m. with Varsity following at 7
:,23:35.: Junior Mark Harden finished This was the first meet BUS had a score of 15-13. In the third and Credit Cards ALL, SALES ARE FINALare
302nd in 29:44.Tuesday. full boy's team. The 22:38 was Mitchell / deciding game, the Tornado squadwas p.m.Monday. October 15, North Marion Welcome
Gunter's best time to date. It up 11-0 but "started celebratingtoo visits BHS. Match times: JV match SORRY NO REFUNDS

.-: ... was Eric DeSue's first race of the soon"and allowed the Knights to 5 p.m.; varsity, 6 p.m. Volleyballmatches EXCHANGES, SPECIAL
'. Eastside High won a 3-way girls year. Mark Harden's 30:05: was his come back for a 15-13 win. are played In the BUS gym. ORDERS OR LAY-A-WAYS
best time the BUS
on course.
race on the Bradford High course
f" Tuesday with a team score of 26 Lasherio Ford, Tracl Crawfordand
'points. The lowest score wins. Upcoming... Paula Alvstad were con-
'- Neither Oak Hall or Bradford had 't BUS will competes this Saturday, tributors of many of the service
. First place runner was Zabel ',Invitational.Between Monday night, the Tor- ;
Nalbandian from Oak Hall who ran 400 and 500 boys and nadoes went to Ocala Forest, a ,w.Ti ArthurGASKINS
the two miles in 14:57: the fastest about 400 girls will compete in the := 1 1tl'w., ) >-:-::- "ML-1'nn.
any girl has covered the BHS course UF high school cross country races. earlici ui two games.This time the
this year. The number two finisher BHS is to host Gainesville High Tornado girls dropped the first 1F I
.was ,Becky Taylor .of Gainesville next Tuesday, Oct. 16, in a 4 p.m. game 4-15, won the second 15-12, but
Eastside in 15:43.: dual meet on the BHS course. lost concentration and lost the rj

1 V Other finishes were: 3) Robin

fo*Everett, ES, 15:46; 4) Dawn Nail, -. ---- "-- _
'I M?BHS 16:07; 5) Kelly Flakes, ES, .
: ; 6) Jessica Guyion. OH. 1708; ; Democrat
117:05 lannuccilU, ES, 17:17; 8)
Crebe, OH-17:51: ; t) Nomi ,

... Dare, ES, 18:10; 10) Lisa Edwards, AID CENTER r County Commissioner
ES 18:57.

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the football the ground plays with Intenalt18 Tornado rested enough to play against a non No.10.180-10;running back Joe 74*. 190-11; weak aide end Clayton line potable starters on the offensive No. .
Moving on Defensive Coordinator Roland Cummins superb defense. That's where thesubstitutes Gordon No. 83. 155-10; wiiig back MannIng No. 70, 1.12; strong end an: center WYatt Collins
against a tough, fast Santa Fe High *.Santa Fe Is not as big as Lee will come in, to rest the and defensive end Gernard Alton Jenkins, No. 13, 170O3 or: 63; guards Phillip Crawford, No.63,
defense will be the key to the game, or Madison, but the Raiders have a starters. Williams, No.,53, 180-11, defensive Robert Hankerson, No. 23,"170-12; and Jason NOI"IDIlt No. 85; tackles
Tornado coaches" say. lot of speed quickness.There is to help the team back Jason Lee, No. 5, 150-10, and strong side linebacker Andy Clayton Manning,1'10.7f.aDd Shins
Game time: 8 p.m. at Santa Fe Better weak side Jenkins,No.715.215-11,aDd tigid end
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has been a most pleasant surprise.The several tacks who can get the Job Lewis, No. M. 111.11" : guard Dante front seven are: Sam linebacker Harden, No. 12, 17HZ.( quarterback Reggie Sheffield,
Tornadoes have moved the foot done Coach Gumming says.BI4 Williams, No. eo, 1-.11( ; delfDl s&ve Wyatt Collins, No. 53, 185-13; left Probable starters the defensive 11, 15ft-U-Jullback; Robert Hankerson.
ball against Jacksonville Lee and must be careful, especially tackle Jonathan Ferguson, tackle Jason Norman,No.65,180-12; backfield are cornerbacks Terry No. 23,170-13; wing tack AllenJenkins
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ad to be fixtures and a port of the real 04316-0.0 300. Lots 3, and 4 of Block 3 In UNITED STATESDISTRICTCOURT- N more or h.s. oH Tying In section 25.

t ty. Lincoln City 326S22. MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA Township 5 south, tango 22 east Bradford

[I. Legal Notices I has been filed against you and you Name In which assessed. HATTIE JACKSONVILLE DIVISION County.with Florida. easement for In-

are required to serve a copy of your WILLIAMS (LOT 3)). A.J. WILLIAMS (LOT Court No. 90-349.av.J-12 Together an and utilities'

written defenses. If any, to this action 4)). UNITED STATES OP AMERICA. gross egress, drainage and through the
on ROGER D. BEAR of ANDERSON a All of said property being In the County Plaintiff over, under. across lands,

PUBLIC HEARING PUBLIC SALE BUSH, Attorneys Plaintiff, whoseacT- of Bradford. State of Florida. v.. following Commence described the northwest: comer of

*STUDENT) ,GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE Ron Denmark Mini-Storage will hold dress Is 322 East Central) Boulevard Unless sold certificate or certificates TIMOTHY L. HAMPTON and the northeast 1/4 of the southwest. 1/4

Cod 7.137 public sale of: a Orlando Florida 32801 and file the shall be redeemed according! to law the TONDA HAMPTON and run east 30 feet, to the east right-of-

..... .So_ ,students may feel( that they Bin 93 belonging to A.J. Dugger. original with the Clerk of the above styled property described In such certificate or Defendants. way el a graded roadway; thence
hove been treated unfairly under this Sale will take place at 2117 N. Tec-plo Court on or before the 18th day of October certificates will be sold to the highest NOTICE OF SALE along lost said I lino the following (2))

Ceo*. The following steps are to ba Avenue. Starke. Fl. 32091 on Saturday 1990; otherwise a (judgement may bidder at the court house front door on Notice Is hereby given that pursuant course and distances ((1)) south. 345 fast
followed In attempting to resolve agrlavonc. Oct. 20, 1990 at 9-00 a.m. be entered against you for the relief the 26th day of October 1990. to a Summary Judgement entered on to the point of beginning; thence continue

.. 2tchg 10/11-18; Con,.649 demanded In the Complaint. Dated this 7th day of September 1990. September 19, 1990. by the above entitled ((2) south :30.0 feet: thence east

1. Student conference with staff . .. ... .. WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL OF RAY NORMAN Court In the above styled cause the 238.71 feet, thence north 30.0 feet,
member Involved In grievance complaint NOTICE OF ACTION SAID COURT on this 14th day of Clerk of Circuit Court undersigned United States Marshal or thence west 238.71 feet to the point of

(optional) Before the Board of ConstructionIn September 1990. Of Bradford County FloridaBy any of his duly authorized deputies. will beginning! ; containing 0.16 acre more or
less, all lying In 5
2, Student conference with teacher or RAY NORMAN Carol sell the property situate In Bradford section 25. Township
(t ," Re: The license to practice of Construction : Williams Dep. Clerk south 22 east Bradford County
f 'guidance/'counselor*'or administrative of As Clerk of said Court 9/274tpd 10/18; Cont. No.636 County Florida, described as Florida.range

', 0 4 assistant .selected by the student to Errol' J. Brown, By Carol Williams, Dep.Clerk and of at public sale' to the highest and best j

jfljj represent him/her In the proceeding P.O. Box 416 Northeast 19th St.. 9/204tchg 10/11; Cont. No. 630 UNITED STATES DISTRICT ktg.ton. bidder tor cash,at the front door of the I
3. Student conference with teacher ln Lawtey. Florida 32058 MIDDLE DISTRICT COURT to the Town of St ric., County of Bradford Bradford County Courthouse, In Iter.... \
involved., In complaint and student's Case No. 89-010886 lie.! RR 0055966. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FLORIDA State of Florida all of said lots being Florida at 11:00 am on October 26. 1990.

J3, representative.. The Department of Professional MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA JACKSONVILLE DIVISION In Block 16 of Livingston Truby and Dated this 3rd day of October.1990.
4., Student conf.renc..with principal Regulation has filed an Administrative JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Court No. 9O-3.cB.Clv.J.16 Company's Addition to the Town of Hon. Ray Norman

and tydent's representative. (Parent Complaint against you a copy of which Court No. 89-732-CIV..J-I2 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Stor.... Clerk Circuit Court

may .be present requmted by student.) may be obtained by contacting Attorney UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Plaintiff at public outcry to the highest and Harry M. MOODV. P.A.

Jf 5. Parent,student students representatlve Wellington Meffert. 1940 N. MonroeStreet Plaintiff vs. best bidder for cosh at the hour of 12:00: Attorney for Plaintiff
/ 'oncI.uperlntondent_. RANDALL E. YON et al. PO Box 20448
,Tallahassee, Fl. 32399-0782 ((904))
o'clock the
'. vs.JOHN Noon on October 30. 1990. at
6. Parent student student's ....... 4880062. Defendants. Tampa Florida 33622-0448
'"taHve and a school board hearing.! If no contact has been made by N. GOODMAN; DIANE C. NOTICE OF SALE Bradford County Courthouse at Stark., ((813))286-8333
'; you GOODMAN Florida.
f/k/a C.
10/11 2tchg 10/18, Cont.No.642
:if tho grievance Is not relOlved.ln step concerning the above by November 14, and DESSIE JACKSON. to Notice Default is hereby given that pursuant Dated: September 20, 1990. . .. . . . . ','" . . .
one or If the student decides not\to\\ confront 1990 the matter of the Administrative Defendants. a Judgement entered on Richard L.Cox Jr. '" .
the staff member the will be August 23 1990 by the above entitled ; Flit
alone student Complaint presented at an ensuing AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE United States Marshal' Public Hearing. Notice
Instructional of the Board of Court In the above styled the
may select an or administrative meeting Construction Notice Is hereby given that pursuant cause Middle District of Florida
staff member In Informal undersigned United States Marshal
on proceeding.W1'4
represent or
to a Default Judgement entered on Jun. Ralph J. LeeAssistant Public Hearing Notice
him/her In the proceedings. H thegrievance cha: 1 l/l-Cont. 641 any of his duly authorized deputies will
19 1990 by the above entitled Court In United States Attorney
Is not resolved at three, sell the property situate In Bradford
step NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO the above styled cause, th. undersigned Attorney for Plaintiff The CIty of Starke Is considering. applying
hit student must submit to the County Florida, described
f principal as:
:( REGISTER United States Marshal or any of his duly 9/274tchg 10/18, Cont. No. 635 to the Florida Department of
written .tot.minfsigned by the lot 6, Block D. Dalewood Subdivision
IA0 !
; FICTITIOUS NAME authorized. deputies. will sell the proper Community Affairs (OCA) for a Small
parents), for the next step of the Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida as per plat 1. thereof recorded In Plat Cities Block
situate In Bradford Florida Development
I ty Community
Grievance Procedure. Tho'statment County Book 3, Page 8. Section 21, 6 CALL FOR BIDS
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the .. Township Grant CDBG of to These
described .I'A ( ) 1573,000.
must contain: 1)) nome) of all persons undersigned David W. Kochert P.O. South Range 22 East Bradford County Sealed bids will be received by the up
parcel of land lying In the West One funds must be used for one of the follow.
Involved; 2)) dote on which the student Box 1068 Melrose, Florida 32666 sole Florida.at Board of Bond Trustees of the City ofStork.
feels there was unfair treatment and 3)) owner, doing business. under the firm Halt of the SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Section public outcry to the highest and .. Florida. In the City Clerk's officeat ing purposes:

a brief statement as to why the student name of Scholarship Information Services 22 Township 6 South Range 22 best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00 the City Hall In Starke. Florida until' .
feels there was unfair treatment. Within Rt 2, Box 2922 Melrose, Florida East, Bradford County Florida said o'clock Noon on October 30, 1990, at the 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday October 16, 1990 1. To benefit 1 low and moderate Income
th/ee"school days the student shallr.chli 32666 Intends to register said fictitious parcel being more particularly described front door entrance of the Bradford at which time and place all bids received persons; or
written from th. as follows: will be publicly and read 2. To aid In the prevention or elimination -
a response name under the aforesaid statute.Dated County Courthouse at Starke, Florida. opened aloud
principal concerning the grievance. Commence at the Southwest comer of Dated on the following: of slums or blight; or
this 26th day of Sept..ber.A.D. : September 12. 1990
,jk ;'Jf.the student and parents( ) feel that. 1990 In Bradford County Florida. said Section 22 and run Easterly along Richard L. Cox, Jr. Twelve months supply of fuel oil, approximately 3. To meet other community development
X \ received satisfaction at the Southerly boundary thereof 39.45 needs having a particular urgency
'a ) .y have not 10/11 4tpd 11/1; Cont 639 United States Marshal 100.000 to 150,000 gallonsof
T/the school level, they may proceed with feet, more or less, to the Easterly boundary Middle District of Florida number 2 fuel ell to rio'M-i ttspecifications because existing positions pose a

,*steps 5 and 6, using the due process pro- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF of Old lawtey Rood: t..*...... North Ralph J. LeeAssistant of American Petroleum 'Institute serious or Immediate threat to the
outlined the School' Board 0007' fuel oil have health or welfare of the community and
t' cedure.as In THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT East along said Easterly boundary United States must not a higher
t ,lIul.... IN AND FOR 700.00 feet to on Iron pipe on the Attorney for Plaintiff Attorney sulpher content than 1 percent by mass. where other financial resources are not
r- / IStchg 10/23 Southerly right of way line of Donna The Cetane number must be a minimumof available to meet such needs.
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA 9/27 4tchg 10/18 Cont. No. 625
Street (also known as Jenkins Street), ; 45. All bid price must be based on The category of activities. for which
NOTICE CHEMICAL thence run N 8939' East along said Jacksonville Terminal price plus freight' these fund may be used are In the
COMPANY. Southerly right of way line 371.82 feet to PUBLIC HEARING 1.11.tract allowance. Fuel ell' M be areas of commercial revltallzatlon and
Th. Bradford County School Board Plaintiff Student Grievance Procedure unloaded by on the truck. Include such activities .. rehabilitationand
of pump
Iron the
an pipe on Westerly right
r ltark; Florida will hold a public hearr vs. IIn. of Tom Hall Street (also known way as Some students may feel that they Invoice. for fuel oil will be submitted demolition of dilapidated buildings,

'Ing on the revision of the Smoke Free HENRY G. MCCLELLAN et. al... Church Grade) thence run S 07'49' W have been treated unfairly under this to the City Clerk en a monthly basis.. The relocation of residents, physical. Improvement

Workplace Policy 43.123 on October 22. Defendants.NOTICE along said Westerly; right of line code. The following steps are to be City of Starke will pay the monthly bill activities such as water and

1990 at 7:00: p.m. In the School' BoardRoom OF ACTIONTO 85.35 feet thence run N 893? East way 40.41 followed In attempting to resolve a within 2 weeks after the Invokes have ewer Improvements, street Improvements

of the District Administrative Of. : HENRY G. MCCLELLAN feet Iron the grievance. been approved by the City Commission.The or drainage and
to an on Easterly rightof
,'flees, 582 N. T.mpl. Avenue. Storke, RESIDENCE: UNKNOWN pipe 1. Student conference with staff said board of bond trustees neighborhood facilities.. Additional Information
IIn. Hall
of thence
Tom Street
Florida. LAST KNOWN MAILING ADDRESS: 830 way ; member Involved In grievance complaint reserves the right to accept reject\ any regarding the range of activities
Copies of the policy may be obtained N. Temple Avenue Apt. 2, Storke, run N 0749' E along said Easterly right of (optional) or all bids. that may be undertaken will be

at th. Bradford County School Board offices Florida 32091 way line 154.50 feet to an Iron pipe and 2. Student conference with teacher or The effective date shall be on accep provided at the public hearing.

Monday through Friday. AND TO: All persons claiming an Interest the Point of Beginning; thence continueN guidance counselor or administrative tance of the bid. For each activity that Is proposed, at
0749' E said of
r St.ph.n W.Mcteod by through under or against the along Easterly right assistant selected by the student to Sealed bids should be marked "Sealed least 60 percent of the funds must

Assistant Superintendent aforesaid Defendant. way line 77.25 feet to an Iron pip.; represent him/her In the proceedings. Bid Fuel Oil to be opened at 6:30: p.m. benefit 1 low and moderate Income per.

;f /t/ 9/203tehg 10/04 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT on thence leave said Easterly right of way 3. Student conference with teacher Involved 10-16-90" In the 'lower left hand corner of sons.
line and N 89"39'00" E 202. fast
t\, ../* PO No. 4737; Cont. No. 624 action to foreclose a mortgage on the run 07 to in complaint and student's the envelope. In developing an application for submission -
Iron the East IIn. of the W'4of
'* following described property located In an pipe on representative. 2tchrg. 10/4 1011IN to DCA the City of Starke must
-" NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO the 1/4 of SW thence S
SW 1/4
Bradford Florida ; run
County : 4. Student Conference with principaland plan to minimise displacement of persons
) REGISTERr Commence at SE corner of Lot 3 Block 0051'02" W along sold Easterly line student's representative. (Parent as a result of planned CD8G activities.

,! FICTITIOUS NAME B Jon. Addition to Stark. and run Northerly 76.50 feet to an Iron pipe; thence leave may be present If requested by student.) EIGHTH THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT OF FLORIDA.IN AND In addition the City of Starke Is
Pursuant to Section 86509. Florida said East IIn. and S 8939' W, 211.47 CIRCUIT
along Eastern Boundary 10 feet run 5. Parent .student student's r.pr.sen.tativ FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA required to develop a plan to assist
Statutes notice Is hereby given that the feet to the Point of Beginning.
v i for Point of Beginning. Thence continue and superintendent conference CIVIL DIVISION displaced parsons.ma .
undersigned, Dorothy Lee Stephens, northerly along East line of Lot 5 end at public outcry to the highest and 6. Parent, student student's representative CASE NO:9O-304.CA public hearing to receive citizen
P.O. Box 14 (NW 75th A_.), lawtey FL of the best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00 views the housing
prolongation same being Easterly and a school board hearing. JIM WALTER HOMES INC., concerning community's
32058 sole owner doing business under line of lot 3 of Block B a distance of 68 o'clock Noon on October 30. 1990 at the It the grievance Is not resaolved Instep A Florida Corporation and community development needs
ht!I Irmmame of GOLDEN YEARS RETIRE- feet, thence front door entrance of the BradfordCounty Plaintiff will be held In the Starke Hall
Westerly parallel tom one or If the student decides not to City on
". ilOMI! 417 S. Cherry Street. i frnfthlln_"" lorun.a distance.oLS4JLleeU: Courthouse at Starke, Florida. confront.the staff membe/glonet! 'the.. .vs. nil, ?.VROY Thursday Oetob.r-l8. 1990. ".1':30 p.m.

?,fieri aa 83891 Intend*to.... .*.- thence run'South.rly 27.5 fe.V thence-::; Dated. :"September. ".12, 1990. student may select an Instructionaroradministrative -_ EARL GREENE and __ ___To pbtqln additional I M4pMM0)CQ) cer-
sold fictitious name under' the aforesaid run Westerly. 10.7 feet to West line of Lot Richard.L. Cox. Jr. staff member to represent JESSIE MAE GREENE his wife ning the public hearing, contact Ms. Line

statute.:; 5 of Block B, thence run Southerly along United States Marshal him/her In the proceedings. If the Defendants.NOTICE da Wise, Oty Clerk City of Storke P.O.

:..... Dated this 17th day of September West Boundary of Lot 5 a distance of 40.5 Middle District of Florida grievance Is not resolved at step three OF SALE Drawer C. Stark.. FL 32091.

of A.D., 1990 In Bradford County Florida. feet to a point 10 feet North of South line Ralph J. Lee, the student must submit to the principala to NOTICE an order Is or hereby Amendment given that to Final pursuant Judgl ((904)964-9027.) :

,. 9/2041pd 10/11 if Lot 5, thence run Easterly parallel. to Assistant United States Attorney written statement signed by the tent entered In the above captioned 10/11 Itchg.cont:

South line of Lot 5 of Block B a distanceof Attorney for Plaintiff. parents( ), for the next step of the case I will sell the property situated. Int*
_, NOTICE INTENTION 105 feet more or .less to Point of 9/274tchg 10/18; Cont. No. 626 Grievance Proceedure. The statement Bradford County Florida described ..: Dial 911 Emergency

TO REGISTER Beginning, lying and being In Lots 3 andS must contain: 1)) names) of all persons A. described In Exhibit "C" attached
FICTITIOUS NAME of Block B of Jones'Addition to Town of Involved. 2)) dates on which the student heretoAddendum STAKKE
Pursuant to Section 86509. Florida Star..., as per plat recorded In Deed TAX DEED feels there was unfair treatment and 3)) for Roy Earl Green

Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Book N page 379, Public Records of Bradford NOTICE 'IS HEREBY GIVEN that HARR- a brief statement as to why the student Commence at the northwest comer of CHURCH OF GOD
INGTON CHADLER the holder of the the northeast 1/4 of the southwest 1/4
undersigned, Renee Maruca Rt. 4 Box County Florida. feels there was unfair treatment.Within .
( following certificates has filed said and run 30 feet to the east rightofwayof 422 M St.Clair K4-S449
..). 822, Stark., FL 32091, sole owner doing Together with all structures and Improvements certificates three school days the student shall
for a tax deed to be Issued a county graded roadway; thencealong Pastor: David PlvatanlWa
business und.r the firm name of P.D. now and hereafter on said receive a written response from the that last said IIn. the
following ((2)
thereon. The
certificate numbers
.COMPANY Rt. 4 Box 822 Star..., 'lund and the rents, 'Issues, and profits of Issuance th. of the principal concerning the grievance. courses and distances ((1)) south 373 fast; Invite you to worship with u
.Florida :32091 Intends to register said cf the above described properly and all years description If the student and parents( ) feel that thence continue ((2)) south 208.71 Attended Nunery
fictitious name under the aforesaid ixturas now or hereafter attached to or property and the names In which It was they have not received satisfaction at feet.thenco: east 208.71 feet to the pointof $.indty School ___ 10 am
assessed are as follows: rV.cmlm Worthily ._._,._..,......, 11 sm
statute. used In connection with the premises the school level, they may proceed with beginning, thence continue east 210
Doted this 17th day of September herein' described and In addition thereto Certificate No.t 240 steps 5 and 6, using the due process pro- feet; thence north 208.71 feet: thence E"IenoIae. ?__.___ 4 pas
Year of 'Issuance 1988 .______
: 210 feet thence south. 208.71 feet WdrwdsyYouth" 730pm
A.D., 1990 In Bradford County. Florida. the following described household ape ceedure as outlined In the School Board west ;
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2nd Half Surge Yields Tornadoes 34-14 Win vs. Madison ..

-MMnrt the line on a dive play. On second
A three touchdown offensive surgeIn down came the errant pitchout,
the second half gave Bradford the bane of many veer option teams.
High a Molt on-the-road win OYWMadi.lO Nichols recovered on the Madison 18
n High School last FridaynUht. aMQ I yard line.Jenkins. '
got 8 yards on the right
It leaves Bradford High, 4-0, side, lost two on the left side. Then
technically undefeated so far alter solo.. 0i RB Hankerson got the BHS first
the opening loss to WUdwood High down on a hard four yard dive to the
was forfeited because twoplavenonthe Madison six yard line. On the next
Wildwood team_ were Ineligible. play Hankerson ran through two
tacklers at the five and scored on a
Madison dominated the first half six yard determined run. BIB led
In which the Tornado ran only 19 26-14, after Jenkins kicked the PAT
offensive plays. But the Tornadoeswere V with 4:33 remaining in the third
opportunistic, answering each period.Madison.
Madison touchdown with one of their got one first down from
own. One BHS touchdown' was setup Wilkins and was moving the football
by a 74-yard kick-off return by Allen when QB Ragans rolled to his left
Jenkins, and another came when and threw a high, arching pass
veteran cornerback Terry Berry In- downfield some 30 yards. Tornado
tercepted a Madison pass into the safety Jason Lee got in front of the
right flat on the dead run and ; waiting receiver and Intercepted the
sprinted untouched Into the Cowboy pass,putting BHS back on offense at
endzone. But the second extra point rFL its own 44 yard line.
was squibbed by Allen Jenkins and Thirteen plays later Hankerson
the Tornadoes trailed by one point, punched in from six yards out for his
14-13, at the half. / I (4 fourth TD. Coach Hurse called time

; and set up a two point conversion,an
Madison had first half drives of 37. end run by QB Sheffield which wassuccessful
41, and 69 yards in the first half andscored BHS was up 34-14 with
on the last two drives. The 9:52: remaining in the fourth period.
Cowboys were pushing the Bradford The 66 yard drive included a
defense off the football, driving the short
crucial third pass play, a pass
football the Tornado middle with
up to sophomore Gernard Williams who
dives by Rod Willams, quarterback caught the football on the run In the
turned fullback,and with runs by 305 Tornado blocking lane and bowled
pound fast and powerful Frankie
over a Cowboy secondary
Wilkins,who gained a game high 168 the first down at the Madison 30.
yards on 28 carries.In Williams had the two pulling guards,
Crawford and Jason Nor-
the second half the Tornadoesused 4-L- Phillip
: Andy Goodowns and Allen
r man,
lineback a 7-diamond Phillip Crawford defense,In v>the;i.h; Jenkins Williams. blocking downfield for

middle as the fifth down lineman to "
"He's said BUS coach
cocky, a
And stop, the Madison's defense on tough each dive reacted plays.asa Andy Goodowns on the Run for Bradford..: when asked why conservative Coach
Cowboys heading him off to drag him down. One problem: the football Hurse would call a pass play while
unit to the powerful off-tackle anJ back the kick-
A short Madison kick off led to Andy Goodowns,the up on ahead 2614..rodfo' .
end runs off a pitchout by the power- off return team,runnlBg the football back.Andy,the tight end and middle came loose but rolled out of bounds as Goodowns returned to the Tornado
ful RB Wilkins. It took several Tor- linebacker, shook off one tackle and nude It difficult for the three 45.
nadoes to bring down Wilkins, who
usually gained three or four yards at momentum carried them over It. Fullback Robert Hankerson, who nado Terry Berry was a lightning damage with runs of 2,15, 13, 3, 4, M.dl..n. "High High o 1 13 1 11 e I* -M- :14
least, and ran over individual But cornerback Robert Nichols was gained Just 83 yards but scored four strike Just 3:48 before the half as and 3 yards.QB Reggie Sheffield ran
tacklers. right behind them and covered the BHS touchdowns scored the Cowboy sophomore QB Brad 10 yards on the keeper around end BHSMadlunlra
football, giving BHS a first down on touchdown on a quicic, hard run dive Ragans passed Into the the right flat. for one first down. And RB Hankerson DOWN IS IS
Plus, the Tornado offense came the Madison 27.Quarterback. play to tie the score 7-7. Berry, on a dead run, cut In front of scored from four yards out. A Ruaftlna Fusing Yards Yard 11-111 II It-lit 110
alive to score on drives of 75, III, and Wilkins: ran the football about the receiver and never slowed down Sheffield to TE Andy Goodowns pass PC-PA-PI I-M 1-14-1
66 yards, the first three BHS posses three out of every four plays for until in the endzone. failed on a two point conversion at- Punti H7. 1-S1
sions.Turning point of the game was Reggie Sheffield, Madison. Fullback Williams ran the The Cowboys were big and strong, tempt as Coach David Hurse tried to FumblM-lwt M 1-1
a Madison fumble of a pitch out to who had fumbled the football after other plays and gained 48 yards in 11 and had good team speed. But it was make up for the missed extra point ......111.-'..... 4-n.I.: ..
RB Wilkins. Linebacker Andy sneaking for a first down earlier run carries up the BHS middle. the Tornadoes who took charge in kick, but BHS led 19-14 with 7:17 re- Scoring Summary
Goodowns got in front of the quarter- the ball to the Madison five yard line the second half.Returning maining in the third period.' 1> Madlton' HI...- Ctiarlat (Ml. 4 yard pail
action and the second half kickoffto from O* Brad II....... BPt Kavln Andrawa.
back who pitched the football high on the keeper off the play Madison was up 14-7 looking
and off-target to Wilkins. Phillip pass, twisting and faking out wouldbe strong grinding out one first down the BHS 25, the Tornadoes promptly Allen Jenkins kicked off into the kick.I Bradford Time 20.HI.,10...-Fullback Habart Hankaraon
Crawford and Goodowns scrambledafter tacklers around left end for a 22 after another off the veer option of- drove 75 yards in 11 plays with Madison endzone. Then the BHS I yard) run. BPt Jtnklm.kick. Ilisr,JO.
the rolling football but their yard run to the Madison S yard line. fense. The pass interception by Tor- Allen Jenkins doing most of the defense stopped big Wilkins a yard I) Madison Hlalf RB Prankla wllkliu 1 yard
run. BPi Kevin Andrawa,kick. 7.II.aO.
4) Bradford High- Camarback Tarry Barry

I in 2nd Half 41-yard Jafiklna*kick raltirn lallad.of Ii4l.pan JO.Intarcaptton. BPi I

Secret to Success : Tornadoes Regain Intensity BPi 5) Ban BradfordRobart fallad.7,17.40.Hankarian, 4 yard run.

assists -- .) Bradfordflobart Hankarton., yard run.
Intensity was the difference in the in the statistics, said Coach Cummlngs. 215-11,and Shauntel Houston,No.74, quarterback Reggie Sheffield as co- Most done .p, Janklnf kick.-.4iU JO
Tornado tackling was
first and second halves of the Harden covered his man on 185-11,are playing more and more at offensive backs: of the week. RB 7) BradfordRobart Hankarion., *. yard run.
Madison game, says Coach Roland solid against the run, both offensive and defensive tackle. Hankerson scored four touchdowns by the front seven.
Cummlngs, the Bradford High nCoach stayed In position. Coach Cummings needed the beef up though gaining only 33 yards on 10
defensive coordinator. Lanier Clyatt,the offensive front to stop the big Cowboy carries. QB Sheffield gained 41
Madison made 13 first downs to coordinator Is happy that BHS has linemen. yards on 8 carries, Including several
Bradford's 4 the first half. In the second moved the football.Phillip Crawfordwas Pass defense is supposed to be the runs around the end on the play ac' Cut With A Pro.
half,the Tornadoes had 11 first named best offensive lineman of biggest weakness of the Tornadoes lionpass. .
downs to 2 for Madison. BHS rackedup the week for the blocking: be did because of inexperience. But the RB charles Boyd, No. 40, playing .
231 yards rushing, 167 of it in the from the guard position as he led the Tornado secondary interceptedthree just his fourth varsity game, rushed
second half.Adjustment. BHS backs through holes, knockingthe three Robert Nichols and 15 times for 76 yards. Allen Jenkins,
by the players, adjustments opposition out of the way. L eaech getting an interception No. 13,gained 67 yards on 12 carries
in the defensive formations Offensive tackle: Clayton Manning In addition to Terry Berry's in- on the double hand-off inside off
plus the Cowboys simply got played a good ball game blocking: terception for a TD. Plus, Vlnnle tackle. The BUS line successfully
tired in the second half. said Coach Clyatt Blye No. 20. and Chris Snow, No. 3, trapped Madison tackles.
In fact, Madison's premier running Clyatt played sophomore Larry came in and played well. Tornado Tackles...
back Frankie Wilkins, No. 41, Shannon,, No./ 80, when Clayton Manning All the backs played well, said Linebacker Andy Goodowns,
was holding his side before the half. hurt his shoulder and coaches Coach Hurse who named running leading the charge to stop Madison's
However, Wilkins was the night's took him out to put ice on It. back Robert Hankerson, No. 23, and Wilkins,led BHS with 8 tackles and 2
leading ground gainer by far with And, Shawn Jenkins, No.. 75, i
168 yards in 28 carries. Wilkins gain-
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October 11.1990 TELEGRAPH Page I1A

Santa Fe. Will Be Toughest; Game to Date, for Tornadoes

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Santa Ve ,quick and be the best the Tor50 had To Hate," -says Head Coach Eastslde 4B-0 last WeeK.'i no Raiderslost 175-11. runs me football some auu uui"m.
High runs a tough says may Mlke touchdown against
David Hune.Bradford 17-0 to Gainesville Buchholz and Defensive backs are safety the winning pass
defense which Is better than udoe will face.
McLoud, No. and cor- Godby on a route to the right flat
David he "It'll be the we'veA High grldders are on the 7-0 to Leeaburj High. 5,8-10.165-12
Coach HUTM
expected toughest game road this night, Oct. 8p.m. The Santa Fe defense is quickerand nerbacka Damon dtoldwire,' No.4, Slot back Is Jermalne Showers,
at Santa Friday Fe High Just west of more physical than that of Lee 5-10,165-12, and Jermalne Showers, No. 2, 6-2 180-11, who needs to be
.r Alachua-Hlgh Springs on US-MI. It High of Jacksonville, says Coach I No. 2, &-2, 180-11. Three defensive watched on the curl pattern and the
\is the second of three straight tough Hurse after watching films of backs go both ways. Safety Mike wheel, where the slot back and split
road game for the 1990 Tornadoes Raider games. McLoud,No. 5, is the offensive wide cross. The slot back goes downfleld
technically now 4-0 and 2-O In Plat. The Raiders react quickly to the receiver.No.2,Showers is the offen- on the fly pattern and the split end
3-3A play. run. They don't have the over-all sive slot back. Linebacker Naylon runs a pattern down midfield.
To stay on track for the District size of Lee or Madison, but are Albritton, No.7.I\ the offensive Split end is Mike McLoud, No. 5,
3-3A title,it to a crucial District 3-3A quicker, Coach Hurse says. fullback. 5-10, 165-11, who has good speed.
game for the Tornadoes. Santa Fe uses five down linemenon Santa Fe runs from a multiple set Tight end is Eric demons. No. 81,
This week Bradford la at Santa Fe. defense. The middleguard Is offense,the pro set and the slot. 6-0, 189-12, who runs the drag, the
Oct.19 Bradford la at Baker County.Oct. Shawn Thompson,No.42,6-1,175-11. Quarterback is Danny Bauxbaum curl,and the tight end dump.
.:n Baker County is at Santa Fe. The tackles are Ken Johnson, No. 8, No 12,&-5,220-12,who Is big but not Favorite Raider pass plays are the
t. Conceivably each of the three 5-10, 175-10, and Jason Raulerson, quick. Right banded Bauxbaum wheel, the curl,and screen,and the
teams could go 1-1 against each No. 21, 5-11, 18012. Defensive ends drops back 3 to steps and throws TE across the middle.
i3 other and create a second straight are Edrick Johnson, No. 85, 5-10, medium length passes for the most Most used running plays:
3-way tie. Baker won the district title 185-11,and Randy Randolph No.84, part.Raider The quick pitch to the tailback,
in 1989 in a 3-way tiebreaker."If 5-11, 205-12. running threat Is running Wilmer White!No. 9
we aren't careful we can get Raider linebackers are Chauncey back Wilmer White, No.9, 5-IOt The fullback: dive, while faking
our tails beat by Santa Fe,"cautions Brown, No. 25, 5-11,185-11, the middle 165-11, 'who has good speed the quick pitch.
Coach Hurae. linebacker who is tabbed the best needs to be watched on the quick Traps up the middle with the
Dangerous Arm... Santa Fe, 2-2 so far this season, defensive back and a good hitter; pitch.Fullback. fullback and tailback.
Qiurterback Reggie Sheffield had good protection!for this pass but had beat Tallahassee Godby 19-18 in the Naylong Albritton,No.7,5-10,165-11. la Naylon Albritton, No. Biggest Raiders players are on the
to throw It away.No.U la pulling guard Phillip Crawford,providing pro- season opener and Gainesville and Romondo Thompson,No.3,-10, 7. a defensive linebacker, who also .offensive line.
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Pursuant FICTITIOUS to TO Section REGISTER NAME B63.09 Florida

Statute., notice li hereby given that .... D
undersigned' Allen. Hay Owye,2M SW [
Jith Mao. 141. OelnewlHe. H. 2244.. IMP WIi
sole owner, doing business under the i
firm nom o! AI' AC ....AIIt. ItM IW ECa..Mww
2th Piece. 141, OelnesvUle. fl. a....
Intends to register sold 'lctltl_. name LIGHT OR DARK
under the aforesaid statuto.Dotod .
this 13th day of September,
1990. In Bradford County.9/134tpd 10/4 'lifIlDJ 1O SUITCASE 399 12DLsw.IIOLt1

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Soolod bid.CALl will FOR bo IDS rocolvod by the DAY 1H ors/

Board of Bond Trustees of the City ofStark. 7 .
.. Florida at the City Hall In Stark. SALE F", oR LRiRT
Florida until 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday October r $.1 1 .0 D FIt06eA'
16 1990 at which time and place l wa ee ear K.
all bids received will be
publicly opened I
/ I 1 I t r I
and read aloud on the following: / / : REGULAR 6 LIGHT;
Furnishing a twelve month' supply of i ir M ma QQ
19,000 to 27.000 pound. of chlorine' 9 HOLLAND BEER
I I 1 i y
one-ton cylinder Balance In 150-pound r t f f 12 OZ. 6-P K
cylinders, delivered to 51....., Florida. I 1 I I' 12 PK cAHs 3.99 EMI
To be effective on dot. of bid acceptance. -
-1.00 =.:

The said city reserves the right la accept WITII1IIIII
or reject any or all bids. I 1 l 1 1 1 L
Sealed bids should be marked"Sealed & 6"PK ILA
Bid Chlorine, to be opened 6:30 p.m. ....- .
10-16-90" In the lower left hand comer CHIVAS Johnnie 3 Sco rnin's BURNETTS ABSOLUT ANLANDIA WITH THIS CUT-OUT
of the envelope, GIN
2tchra. 10/4, 10/11 REGAL Walker ; Gin 1.7912.99 BAU 80 VODKA VODIA $1.0uCR=

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STATE OF FLORID 7 4099 25 99 nthi 13' 1099 I '


REGULATION CS. OF 6 .$245.94 CS. OF 6 $155.94 CS. OF 6 .$8195 CS. OF 8.$76.15 CS.OF 12 $189.95 CS.OF 12.$131." I CONSUMFD LAGER'easy good BEER.on one*. ..
ISSUE PERMIT Urn* m | c houMMM. VMM w IsRoMi
Th. Department of Environmental t I- Regulation' gives notice of 'Its Intent to Label i *. r (f..7 eVODKAGIN ( EXPIRATION DATE:OCT.IS 19M
,Issue a construction permit to Mr. BIN I

Thurber Assistant Secretory DMa.Flo'da SCOTCH SCOTCH 1 .,. GIN s RUM I VODKA'' VODKAs
Department of Corrections, to .
modify the existing, 0.105 MOD extended i GENESEE
aeration Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) 13 10oL Ir 249: 59R. +
by adding a dynasand fllt.r and filter 750ML } L TI. 750 ML REGULAR,LMHT,ALE
dosing' pump station dechlorlnatlon '. CS. OF 12-$163.00 CS. OF 12. $13188 CS. OF B.$149.94 CS. OF 12.$71.88 CS. OF 6.$59.94 CS. OF 12*$59.88,
equipment and an effluent pond
bypais. These additions will be undertaken iweRjfoyst II' CERTIFIED? Stolichnaya VI KIN 5 1 229 120%.
R'ES' GilbeY'S 1 CAlIS
to meet new affluent quality JB '
limitations. Th. chlorinated and SCOTCH "s VODKA( FJORD
dechlorlnoted effluent from the STP' will Gin. 75010.99
discharge to a drainage ditch to various! 14.49 SALE SCOTCH 0 GII RUM ML en m SALE POTATO VODKA .
unnamed creeks to Alligator Creek and ""'-3.00 ::'" 49 .9 V MM" RED "
finally to N.w River. 99 899 WHITE
Th. facility Is located on State Rood 11.49 =:11 2499 Y 750 ML 9 U:. 9A9 :11 = wttlTrs.lEo g's BLZIL

200B Lawtey Bradford County. Florida. .' FREE re.rM' : CS OF 12 .$131.88 CS. OF 12.$1049 ..wt:
Th. Department has assigned file,, CS. OF II.$85.50 CS. OF 8 $149.94 : CS. OF 59.94
number DCO4-17BBSS to this proloct. .
A person whose substantial Interests I. Gilbey's s
are affected by the Department' proposed : 1 ; 1 I I I I ( 2
permitting' decision may petition Vodka
for an administrative proceeding (hearing CANADIAN VODKA
) In accordance with Section .
: 130.97
Florida Statutes. Th. petition must contain ,""' ;xD N' ......... rhompsonBLEND PIEMIUM .... 99 I LOWENBRAU
the Information set forth below and rs 1079
must be filed (received) In the Office of ilL oo 750 ML t IMPORTED SWISS
General Counsel of the Deportment at fig -1.50.a. CS.OFU.$143." CS. OF 6 '$84.14
2600 Blair Stone Rood Tallaho_. I} 2399 1149 L 1499 ,
Florida 323992400.. within ,U dy"*4 Wf' 749 IrnII t.ye 11 Ill.
publication of this notice. ,Petitioner $143T.94 1 E 6-PK U'l1'
shall moll a copy of the petition to the CS. OF 6.588.95 CS.OF' saus CS.OF 12- $107," _

applicant at the address Indicated above r-
at the time of filing. Failure to III*a pott- JM SRC Seagram's WINDSOR CO TEACHER
lion within this lime period hall cone
stltute a waiver of any right such person D l V.O. CANADIAN MTSO scoTCR ,
may have to request an administrative B.EAMr warts OR GOLD 11.99 BALE
i p wco I "" DIET PEPS
determination (hearing) under Section: -3.00 a .

120.57 Th. Petition Florida shall Statutes.contain the followIng Jri1'M 139 10 99 tts. 189? 119I ? 99a 1.7 8.99 41EI1 7 109 Utt1ETT411 -

Information ( ) the address
: a name .. ,.., LTR. LTR. L*"
and t.l.phon. number of each petitioner '' CS.OF 6.$83.94 CS. OF 1Z.$131.88 CS. OF 6.$113.50 CSt OF 6'. $71.50 CS.OF12 $129.9 1O
the applicant's name and address
the Department Permit File l.l'K.' IMPORTED
Numb.r and the In which the CHRISTIAN ..
county project CALVERT 0 /tin -
Is proposed; (b)A statement of how t JEL T o A BROTHERS BRARD
and when each petitioner received EXTRA {
notice of the Department's action or proposed mow 9'O 12.99 BALE ADA ITS 81 BlueRiLbonREGULAR
action; (c) A statement of how ""'.3.00 :S ITR..2.Q8 5 n e LIGHT
each petitioners substantial Interests 11 79 99 !
are affected by the Deportment's action 13, i 1399 9 99 DARK 750 ML 13.99 _.
or proposed action; (d) A statement of UII. mJBm LTD. .tMa == 6-PK. ?2
the material facts disputed by Pulls. CS. OF 83.94 CS. OF 6 $73.50 CS.OF 12.5167.88 CS. OF 6-$73.50 CS. OF 12 $10718 CS. OF 6.$95.94
tloner if any; (.) A statement of facts '
which petitioner contends warrant f ''
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reversal or modification of the Depart ; ,: .
1I1"Il']: f I.'m I ''II=- .JUG.WINE 'SAtE MOLSONs
ment's action or proposed action; (I) A
statement of which rules or statutes t t' Brown Bros. aM.ooiMw M 9.99 Carlo Raul"L Lnt 5.49 Gold Seal ZZXZS:: .a X 4.99 Corbel Canyon s L LTR 4. REGULARS GOLDEN

petitioner modification contends of the Deportment's require reversal action or Frsm Reh ....=_ = 4.49 Gallo == .. L',::' 3.79' Great Western ..... 5.99 that. II. Michelle _. :: .8.t; S LIGHT sAtE

of or the proposed relief sought action:by and petitioner(g) A statement stating r4 *Sandeman N=- :M 12.99 ABS; '" =w.oa"""aa.n'- L\:. 2.99 Domains Mumm laUT 12.99 Beringer Dusau'" .L :M ,4.4 69.
precisely the action petitioner wants the I *tt Cordo Bcrolo M 14.49 Gallo :: .. =- s. 5.79 Relxenel '= = 5.99 Suffer Home =.fir :. 3.9 .
Department to take with respect to the
Department's action or proposed action. ./dot. := M 7.49 Taylor .-_ :: ?-= L\:. 4.79 Taylor -.-. : 4.99 Beaulieu c...:=..M :. 8.9
If a petition Is filed,the administrative
hearing poce..l.designed to formulate *MJlllotII Ud := t.ML. 7.99 Togo Sangria Red LL: 8.49 Moel i Chandon :: :M 19.99 Beringer := r"ML 10.9. 5eh'

agency final action.I action Accordingly may be dlff.from the Department's *J.'. MeunoullC9Mteou tr.. 19.99 Cella "::"'L. ..... L\l 5.99' OudinolBallalore Wit M 17.99 Inglenook CHS; w MLn 7.4 MALT ,Igl pit
the position token by It In this Nonce. l 11 1 oz. CAN
Persons whose substantial Interests willb. i de Sales 19.49 lK 8dnl.-=== L;:' 8.9t. Spumanle : 4.49 *Acacia root. >w. 1'1.laIIeer' 89

affected by any decision of the Rlunilee. l' ii& 5.7 Mumm's ... .... 11.9
Glen glen ::.:= M 3.9J."CtIassJ. ;
Department with regard to the application Rosa :M 3.99 K 6-PK. X102
hove the right to perlnon to become .
0 4.4i. Beringer "XSX" % 8.9
a party to the proceeding. A petition ::. :. .
S e b as lanl NAPA ...... ..
must conform to the requirements 2IEu4
Refflno Onlelo M 8.4 "'= "_ G : Sebasllanl I __ M, II.2
specified above and b* flied (received) ._ W _. RIDGE
within 14 days of publication of this MOlul "". :Mo 8.9 u..n..u.e.ovuo ., Geyser Peak m..Wt. ::' ,..4
a :
notice In the Office of General Counsel) worse.; : 3t..t.: a.L i '
at the above address of the Deportment.Failure fEUowners1Moteus :M 5.9 49 S8baSiI i s.ur..ai..E1i.1 MMIM ; ML; .4 CQ 1 REGtARUa/T.401s/
to petition within the allowed 649 .
time frame constitutes waiver of any Rose M 3.4 ti's 1.5 LTR.CS.OFS$32.94. 399 M R. Mondavi( --...... K '7.4 89
right such person has to request a.hearing 5fi
under Section 120.57. Florida ; I Tower _-= = 3.9 CS.OF 8-$38.94 CS.OF 12.$47.NMaHra Gallo --- 2?: 3.4 12-PK 1
Statutes, and to participate a party to I ,
this proc lng. Any subsequent Intervention _
will only b*at the approval of M M..1561 .sr M 7.99 OeKoyper JSZ. B 6.9

pursuant the presiding to Rule officer 28-9.307.upon motion Florida flied Administrative Canadian Club == M 12.99 JUiicoN Tequila .wn iH 11.99 Hennessy VS K 18. COOLERS ati..ePRU. ow

Code. Mill Mist X 1 18.99 Kahlua SZ5, S 13.99 Frangelleo ?M... SJ 13.MertellVS WINE "
The application Is available for public oaT SPRITE
Inspection during normal business 11II.,', Irlsli X 13.49 Southern Comfort 80 IX. 15.49 Cognac K 18 99 '- 69
hours ':00 a.m. to ':00 p.m.. Monday .- '
through Friday, except .legal holiday atD.portm.nt Salmon ::: :'M? 9.99 ;; BIlloch Lade Scaicb 14.99 Ell| Brandy K 7.4 a" 6 PK.CANS
of Eflvirofwwitoil ......
lion Northeast District Office. 739Baymaadows
Way. SuH 200*. ...._ IT nwauTSCOBfSBY. KTMEB 11 UTMUI.BCTIKBI1

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ELECTION 1990 S tai am .o.io.ssa I it.ss.t..t.SRI'' f A rww.w..ls.srelAi.
ELECTION DAY Dec. 4. 190 .SCTSI 14 Bcnm u IRIOAI.ICISlR 11.
Group a-Clff Commissioner, Laura a I ROSSI
Harris IK .
, Group 4-Oty Commissioner Ems la .
mutt aright Sr. lm / j cune'99ro. I 1: I r.3as7Rrl9ic.ePa -
I Group 5City Commissioner' will I r vl I so wsuiorw' f
I also b*up for election Qty Covnclkwon
: Marvin RoaIor Is ...Ion"" Noll .1IIbor -
: 1990, to run for County CommI.......... S 'I : .
: QUALIFYING; Noon Oct. |,. '-10 toJ.I !i11IJIss:
Noon. Oct. I,. 1990.
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Ross Williams Arcadia, Florida displays some of the nifty and detailed wood

"' replicas of antique cars, lire trucks and other vehicles made by her husband Ray

., .J'< !CN.. "" "" '''''III.... ........... ...,,....-.::: i Williams. The display was taken at the Melrose Art Festival held this past
Saturday. October 6. Look for Rose at the Starke Festival of the Arts.

Starke Festival II

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Silver Anniversary Bronco

The Fifth Annual Starke festival's cash awards are Centel -, --- 7 in stock!
Fcstloval of the Arts will draw 80 Central Florida Telephone "

artists( and 10,000 spectators to and Deafers!,E.I.Bank Dupont: of,,Lake the Farmers Butler $1)(1( *
..- ,, historic Call Street on October 27th' \ .;. 675
"'; HarU tR.--Ellington ConstrucNoiiw.and ,
-'UtHSceflmatitFpiHfififi ? t4rI
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photographers, sculptors Jewelersand Hillandale Farms.During (3O) 1'991 FiSCTworkready ,
other artists and crafts people the festival two jurors
from across the United States will Norman Jenson, painter and trucks electronic 4 spd. = "
exhibit and sell their original instructor at Santa Fe Community overdrive, 6250 GVW tow package. Air. --- -
artwork. The art presented will College, and Nancy Merritt, an
range from hand-thrown ceramic accomplished fiber artist living in
pots to wildlife painting to blown Gainesville, will be visiting
glass,with something for artists' booths and choosing;
"These artists offer something everyone winners of the juried awards.A -GREAT FUEL ECON Red w/charcoal, interior loaded w/options.
personal and somethingunlque, judging committee selected by
says festival coordinator Nancee the Chamber's festival planning
Clark. The Starke Festival of the committee will decide the ,

Arts add is to a great an art opportunity collection or to pick startor up CratEs participants area."Judges. in the Community 1991 Escort GT 1991 Probe GL fc99O: { > Ranger':XLTf, ",!.>s, =i., .:3,Itfy,:=;

unique holiday gifts." look for quality and fine Air, premium sound system AIr.' alum.e' ?t'>JS'*' * craftsmanship in the artwork. Air, AM/FM stereo | V**?t'
In addition to art, performancesby overdrive trans, luxury conv.
musicians, singers and dancers They also look for exciting visual group. cassette, speed control.whesIS., tacit sliding $7<%99\5
will excite! audiences all day impact," dark says. tilt overdrive trans. rearwfndow AM/FM ''lJ
Saturday and Sunday. The The purchase award winnersare $1 0 995 4 :: stereo,w/ctock;: \* <, s
$&fc ;
characters of "Storybook Land" chosen by the Individual or $ t J trans. : .h1a
will make an appearance' business who sponsorthe award. 12,495 overdrive ',a ;,: ;4} :iA
entertain children of all ages. At During the festival, the award
Call Street Kitchen, tasty sponsor selects and purchases an ,
Americana food flavor the artwork from a festival artist. As a 199O F-15O XLT: Lariats
festival. Featured Saturday result, the sponsor aquires a pieceof
evening is a free concert by the art, and the artist receives the
exzdting country muslatar 'Tamra purchase price of the artwork and a -- special value pkg.,
Lee and the Comstock Lode.The ribbon of recognition. The artist 0 speed, tilt power *
children's area includes also hangs a placard bearing the i sliding rear locmirksrors, 12,500 1
'"Storybook Land" where favorite name of the Purchase Award l air. tu-tone paint, 302 VS. auto ,
childrens story characters come to sponsor on his/her booth. All I (ODAIWFM) Cass.
life and the kids get to be festival exhibitors are eligible for .
videotaped while acting out the purchase awards.
supporting roles; Hands on The Starke Festival of the ArtsIs
activities range from drawing to sponsored by Santa Fe Cars & Trucks
Clean Used
mask making face painting and Community ColegeSanta Fe Exceptionally
others. Another attraction is the Community College Endowment
Children's Emporium, where Corporation, the City of Starke
children can buy original work by and the Starke-Bradford County
festival artists at piggybank' Chamber of Commerce.The 1989 Bronco XLT ::1npr9: qXLf. : f 1985 Bronco ',,19'$ ,r,1sQ; : ;
prices. hours of the Starke' '13,995 'S9'tft95' Eddie Bauer $4 995 'XtT8'99'5'; :
'Exhibiting artists are eligiblefor Festival of the Arts are Saturday, J ,.. : ', J .
more than $9,900 in festival October 27 from 9am to 5pm and 302. auto(OD). extra clean fully (OD), good huntingloaded I
Sunday, October 28 from to 302kauto e ;." )(0; I'
cash prizes and purchase awards. 12pm J. ,'" I I'J' } I"" tj, ','I : "dfl .
Recognized sponsorof five of the 5pm. I ::0. "

,1983 i:Jeep:CommaricheP/U/ '. 1987 Ford Aerostar ,,198? Mustang! t ."Convertibles' ; 1988 Subaru GL Wagon

I Board Renders Rough I i : J9,95.I '8,495' \.tJ,1.0J995, 3,995,

Review on Mosher Towing \1J)1): AI Auto REAL! air; speed control, tilt Great condition!!!
NICE! Priced right!!! '

By Buster Rahn Harold Edwards In the new venture -
leT staff Write, N and H Auto Salvaen.told the boardthat u 1984ub rlt Cf..W ,
Car go
Ford ')98 O\'tU\ 't 1988 Lincoln Town ,
The Bradford County Board of Adjustment the two leased the property 1989 Ranger ro r:
(BCBoA) flexed ita muscleTuesday from owner James Williams :5-4 XLT < 995 :.Ecfd; e au ( f sf 9' 995', Signature Series $9 995 2 495.;
,Sept.29,when It conducteda weeks ago after Mark Mosher had .V" ,J dill'' J
six month review of a special exception -' given up the location.Ripley said the AC overdrive, great gas Fully I oa d e !!! '
approved for Mosher Towing partners were unaware of the I '
mileage. .
last March. stipulations when the property was .
A hedge must be planted and the leased. '
fence must be six feet high within 45 The original stipulations extended
days. Mark: Mosher
The BCBoA. voting S-0. stopped privacy fence with landscaping
short of revoking the special exception front of the fence facing the Can fromA"1r'"rlfefe D
,which allowed a towing service highway. The board reserved the
and auto salvage yard on US-301 right to hold a 6 months review to : Call from
highway frontage adjacent to the ascertain the fence and shrubbery In Florida! Gainesville
F (Georgia Southern and were In place.Zoning 1-800-329-FORD ,
,GFlorida) railroad"about 4 miles, Director Darrel O'Neal 377.1096
south of Starke. reported il .,. Starke I
New ownership of the auto salvage of progress In muvlintf Urn *d|>uutlons
yard played a part In BCBoA allowing with Mosher. and.... told,"I 964-7200
the business' to continue to have six months In which to 209 W. STARKE FL
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operate. ,
;t'/ A: All prices net attar rebate plus tax tag a title,
', Alan Rlpley a partner with '
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points to be an effective of en-
Carolyn Eavss and heading east on SR-230 until she Minor Injuries The pickup, driven by Charles G. vehicle inspection checkpoints during forcing the equipment and driver
BCT Stall WriterSuspect observed Patrolman Allen, TrooperW. Forrester, was northbound, stop the week of Oct. 12 through Oct. license laws of Florida while insur-
B. Abrams and Patrolman Jerry In Oct. 6 at the intersection, 18 on SR-21, SR-100, SRSR18, the protection of all motorists.
ArrestedIn Feltner at the corner of Colley Rd. Fender BenderThe turn onto Edwards Road. Forresterwas SR-16, CR-18, CR-lfl. CR-21B, Ing
St. Mark's and SR-230. cited for Improper turn and failIng CR-225, CR-123, CR-229. CR-231, Union CountyThe
driver of one of two vehicles said CR-230 and CR-100A
to show proof of insurance,. CR-Z27tpR-221,
And Sears BurglaryAn Baxter was charged with careless Involved in an accident at Edward WDktnson. In Bradford County.Recognizing Florida Highway Patrol will
driving, no proof of insurance, no Road Oct.6 received minor injuries. Damage to the vehicles was listed the danger presentedto be conducting driver license and
arrest was made in burglary valid drivers license, leaving scene Melissa Ann MasIowsU. 18, was as$4,000.' the public by defective vehicle vehicle inspection checkpoints during -
from the Sears store in Siarke of accident, said Allen. She was transported by Rescue to Bradford equipment. Troopers will concentrate the week of Oct. 12 through Oct.
Thursday night before the burglary released on the Bradford chargesOct. Hospital following the 11:SO p.m. accident FHP their efforts on vehicles being lain SR-100, SR-121,SR-231,SR-241,
was discovered. 2 but was detained with a hold according to Paramedics TroopersContinue operated with defects such as bad SR-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR-229,
Starke police spotted a bicycle lying for Duval County. She was releasedto Nelson Green ancf CurtIs Crawford. License, brakes, worn tires and defective CR-125. CR-231A, CR-24A and CRW6A .-
In the roadway In the Reno area Duval authorities. Maslowski, driving 1807 Ford Vehicle Inspections lighting equipment. In addition, at- in Union County.
WIth a suspicious noise coming from Neither Baxter nor the driver of was southbound the bushes.Patrolman Robert Lyonsrave the pickup Isais Sierna, were listedas 1968 International pickup truck Bradford CountyThe who would violate the driver license
chase and apprehended being I injured. Damage to the struck her vehicle In the side 1.according Florida Highway Patrol rile laws".f 5'1n-l.Iw Rescue Dial 911
Thomas Lee Franklin. Found in the vehicles was $1,800 total. to Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson. conducting driver license and ,
area was a large box of fabic soft-

ner. During questioning Franklin. ',. .
admitted to kicking the side door In j
at Sears. Franklin said he found a [I
box put two VCRs and a vacumn -
cleaner into the box and left the
store with the box and the fabric 1000/0 i
softner, according to Patrolman
Lyons. Franklin, 27, was charged : ,"
with grand theft, burglary and TM
criminal mischief. Patrolmen SATISFACTION
Gerald Hayes and Jerry Feltner
assisted with the arrest. The stolen :
property was recovered. ,
Also found in the area was
physical evidence of a burglary at WE WILL REPLACE ANY ITEM YOU '
St. Mark's Episcopal Church where ARE NOT PLEASED.WITH OR
Franklin had also kicked the door in, RETURN YOUR PURCHASE PRICE.

Franklin according was to charged Lt. Mack with burglaryand Short. PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION: :. IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED,
criminal mischief. addi- NEITHER ARE WEt!
He was 47* (( HUIHMM ttHMT
tionally charged on a capias with ..
violation of probation.Bond "ALL NATURAL WITH POP-UP TIMER AND ..
was set at $5,000 on the MICROWAVE INSTRUCTIONS." :
charges, he remains in custody.

Two ArrestedFor CUDDY FARMS

men FightingTwo were arested Oct. 7 for nr WITH WINGS

fighting at Laws Tavern. COM
According to police officers who "HALF TIME"
broke up the fight,both men were in-
toxicated and received wounds.
Ronald Wayne Stewart and Jose
Melchor were charged with affray w
and disorderly intoxication accor- TURKEYBREAST
ding to Patrolman W.S. Allen Lt. P.
T. Gorman and Deputy Bob
Melchor was released on his own '
recognizance at his first ap
pearance. Stewart was released 4. I't t i4 i\\
after a $750 surety bond was posted.

Recent ArrestsIn _

Bradford CountyThe

following arrests were made =
by local authorities in Bradford j r----S--------------'

County. Clip this coupon along with cash register receiptwith I
$ 2 0 0 1 Half-Time" purchase circles and front label I
Curtis Randall Brooks 32, was arrested SAVE
Oct.4 on a capias>for violationof 1 of Half-Time" package to: Cuddy Farms RebateEVEN I
probation for aggravated assault | Offer P.O. Box 7838. Mount Prospect IL I
DUI according to Deputy William | 6OO56-7838.: I
Brown. Bond was set at $1,047.50.Damon I Name __ -- I

REBATE 1 Address__ ----- I
Mark Herron 19, of E.
Alachua County was arrested Oct. 13 fA 0 R 'City State Zip---__ I
for failure to appear for possessionof ;
cannabis, possession with intent ... .arI Store rnrrhaina a.,i IKM r- 'f1'' .' rt n"". 1f I
to'use drug paraphernalia posses __... Valid only wher..ot tumL. ptotilbltMl.on .."'' .. }.. I
........ .
to Vtrlcted by law. AJI a Mfk for rabaUS
sion of cocaine, according Deputy OFFER
'Bond ." ,..n. .clue*delivery. Limit 1 r"b.te Krer per 0 dhou..hcW. I IL
JosephDeBergalis. was set at = Optra June 3O. 1991.
$10,000, he remains in custody. ------------------a. ..-

James Harris, 29, was arrestedOct.
4 for violation of probation uttering WAMPLER SHENANDOAH GROUND

a forged Paris.check, according to FRESH CUBED $197 TURKEY $-|78 CAROLINE FRESH $111 TURKEY 2 $159


Oct. 3 for violation of probation GROUND c TURKEY GROUNDTURKEY. TURKEY WINGS or
,$399 2 rLa $159 6Se
with violence warrant for according resisting to Deputy arrest TURKEY . 0 ia I PATTIES . . 0 Flex DRUMSTICKS; 0 LII9ELI

DeBergalis. Bond was set at $5,000.

Deneilya A. Johnson, 19, of i
Keystone Heights was arrested Oct.
6 for aggravated battery a charge .EVERYDAY
from Alachua County, according to EVE SCE EVERYDAY
Deputy Paris. Johnson is charged in + LAW PRICE PRICE
an incident at Central City Lounge.She LAW
was released after a $5,000 sure-
ty bond was posted.
Franklin Delno Davis 52,was arrested i j J
Oct. 3 for loitering, prowling i IV< / d 1 { { I bE IALI H LEAIK w e
drunkeness,according to Patrolman _..7t llo _
W. S. Allen. Bond was set at $1,000.

: Mark Howard, 28, was arrested READY TO GO"
: Oct. 4 for grand theft, burglary, ac- WHOLE BARBECUE
: cording to Deputy Danny Thrift. He
:: was released on his own CHICKENS =

: recognizance. .
i Traffic FOR _

: : Jason Lee Crews,20,was arrested __ _
: : Oct. 4 for failure to appear for driving ._ _
: ( while license suspended
: (DWLS),aggravated battery illegal 10-INCH APPLE.CHERRY PEACH or
i possession, according to Deputy
!**. .'UYD"1'LOW".ltI,' VfRVDAV 1OW MICI
: John A. Bryan, 27, was arrested ;+SN. PIES CAFFEINE FREE DIET ORANGE, PUNCH, LEMON
: Oct. 1 for DWLS according to AV.rr ASTOR LIME LEMONADE
I.'; I IPSlor or
: Trooper Donald Dean_ He was 1 $
: released'after a $215.25 bond was "g


: Terry Carl Minx, 38,was arrestedOct. EAT .1Uj!/
I 3 for driving under influence $ .$ -ft7
: (DUI);refusing to sign citation, according TAKE HOME 12-M. 11K-oz. $156 -ii%
to Patrolman W. S. Allen. II 298H VAC 8,0,

i Sun You Provin, 52, was arrested WCUIM
: Oct. 7 for DUI, according to Deputy 11< :IHKIHt Lila 00 OFF HEAVY DUTY THRIFTY MAID
Gordon Smith. Smith said he had to ,\"MAtrt Of FNINCN t Ml0OU *..u. SUN MAID WISK LAUNDRY $ 54 CUT SWEET 00
pull to the side of the roadway on .19'p7"ML,OIf : 880 DETERGENT n: 2 ,- $1
I East Call St. out of the path of Pro- ,....MUD!.4 0 MM MOM* $799 RAISINS. . 0 . TrPOTATOES 0 .i CANS
vine vehicle which was in his traffic S-PC.
to the or 100-WATT
lane. He then attempted stop

I Cherry St. Provin's. blood alcohol INCLUDES HAM. TURKEY. SALAMI. u1LFLAKEr: LIGHT BULBSSANDWICH . m mo. J87
i content was .10 was BOLOGNA. CHEESE. TOMATOES AND <1r': ,
released after a $500 s urety bond ONIONS SERVES S ft1.l. VANILLA. CHOCOLATE or REGULAR or UNSCENTED
I t
I o. u g99 Sll'fast! : SLIM WIPES . INC 1

f-- Woman Charged DELI BOILED TURKEY HAM or (: /. FAST 0/100fH8 WATT

With Leaving COOKED $2 9. D. .S-os. 8 8 \! .:- 3 WAY G.E. $|87
Scene of Accident HAM 0 . La ItAQ f fLOsi .. SOFT WHITE BULB >aIIU
.. .
Jacksonville woman or
was A 20-year-old charged with multiple traffic offenses FRESH BAKED $-49 REGULAR CHOCO W / 1g.es CAN. MEDIC O $119|

accident after Sept.she 30.left the scene of an BREAD ROUNDS "SUE." HOT nf&A9ge{ ALCOHOL. .O t n

A 1979 Pontiac was proceedingwest
on SR-100. Near the Intersection
of Church St.the Pontiac struck
t a laeo Chevrolet pickup truck, also I
I westbound in the rear,according to The I
Patrolman W.S.Allen.Driver of the I
L Pontiac,Melissa Susan Baxter, then I&IIIIItltIiIrT4& !
fled the scene by circling the block t

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Obiturries P


Harvey E.Draper Angeles, CA one briber, Mr Jack College for two years. He moved to two grandsons, Jason Michael and Guard for 41 years as a Warrant Of- Heather R. Ormond
fen1ver- Starke in 1976 and has resided here Casey Allen Carver. ficer
I Draper of Clearwater and grandchildren. IV. He moved to Starke in Ormond, Infant,
Harvey Edward DraperSr., 70, since He retired from the U.S. Navy Funeral services were held October and was a member of th.(' 19551 Heather Rochelle
isurto. /I mldent at Keystone Height died at Funeral services were conducted as a Chief Petty Officer after 27 6 at Bayless Highway Baptist Christ of Lake City.; of Starke, died Oct. 4, at Shands
home October 9 following extended October 6 at the Keystone United of service, and then retired Church with Rev.Leaton Morgan III Survivors include his wife, Delia Teaching Hospital born In Gainesville.at Shands
from Heather was
Ulnew Methodist Church with Pastor Union Correction Institution officiating. Burial was in Riverside Cole of Starke; two daughters, Lot.
Born and rated Butler, PA Mr. Barbara officiating. Burial was In after 15 years. He was a member of Memorial Park Cemetery In tie Cole of Starke and June Cole of Teaching Hospital her on Aug. 15.mother Survivors -
will Draper attended Butler County Keytone Heights Cemetery,with Archie Wesconnett Lodge No. 297 F&AM In Jacksonville with full military Ft. Gordon, Ga.' three brothers. include father and
and School System. He entered the U.S. Tanner Funeral Home Starke Jacksonville, Fleet Reserve Assn. honors. Archie Tanner Funeral John and Gene Cote{ ,both of Lake City James and Christine Ormond, both
Navy and served four and Scottish Rite of Home of Starke was in charge of of Starke; maternal grandmother
dur- years M a In charge of arrangements. Freemasonry.He ar and Jack Cole of Homestead,FL; paternalgrandfather
Oct. radio operator He worked and attended Bayless Highway Bap- rangements. three sisters, Maude Gillen. Evelyn Becky Logan of Keystone;
"I.CR'. retired for the National Meat Industry Allen M. Anderson Jr. tist Church. Sirma and Adrena Crews all of Lake Lynn Ormond of
229 as a salesman Ht was a Survivors include his wife, Edward P. Cole Starke; paternal great-
member of the Methodist Church of Mr. Allen Morris Anderson Jr., Florence A. Anderson of Starke his Funeral grandmother, Ethel Fall-cloth of
64,resident of Lake Butler died Oct. ; Edward Cole 62 of Starke died October Services were Oct. 4 at Starke.
Keystone son-in-law and Gene and
Include 3.at residence extended daughter 2 at Bradford Hospital) following Archie Tanner Funeral Home
following Graveside funeral services were
Survivors his wife, Mrs. Illness. ,Cheryl Carver of Orange Park; four an extended illness. Chapel with Bishop William R. Watson
conducted Oct. a, at Lake
Shirley of sisters, Mae Neal and hazel Kingsley
1 Draper Keystone Heights; Virgie Born and raised in Lake officiating. Arrangements were
Born in Lakeland, Mr. Andenon City, Mr. Cemetery with Rev.Roman Alvarez
McGowan of Williston
one daughter Mrs Sandra Phulipe Mazell handled
by Archie Tanner Funeral
( Cole attended the Columbia
moved to Williston at an early age. County Archie Tanner Funeral
of Plttsburg, PA; one son. Mr. Ed O'Steen of Nocatee, Fl and Wyona Home of Starke. officiating.
Schools. He served in the U.S.
He attended
\ Draper of Keystone Heights; one the WUlUton School Mill of Jacksonville; his brother, Army Home of Starke was in Charge of ar
and Lake and was in the Florida National
System City Community. hlchmond rangements.
: sister Mrs. Helen Buchanan of Los Eugene Anderson of Va:
r -- ..... -- -
,) Cora B. SanfordInfant
'\ Cora Brooke Sanford died
) on Oct. 2, at Shands Teaching
Hospital, Gainesville.
PRICES GOODTHUHS.WED. Survivors include mother and
f f'I fi ., II father Frederick "Ricky" and
OCTOBER 11-17, 1990 I Tonya Lynn Eckman Sanford of
S QUANTITY RIOHTS Keystone Heights; maternal grandparents
RESERVED ,Eddie and Betty Eckman of
Jn..w.rO1 .:.-. I Brooker; paternal grandparents,
III Earl "Jack" and Marie Sanford of
Keystone Hta'L; paternal great-
grandparents Clay and Dorothy
Llzenbee of Keystone Hts. and
Pauline Griffis of Starke; maternal
great-grandparents, Evenly Sumter
l Booth of Starke and J.C. &Elizabeth
SELECT LEAN Gardner of McBee,S.C.
WHOLE Funeral services were on Oct.5,at
Chapel with Rev. Charles Starling
BOSTON GROUND officiating. Burial was at Keystone
Heights Cemetery with Archie Tan-
ner Funeral Home of Starke in
charge of arrangements.In .


5 AVG.-.., LB. I YOUR SEE BOARD FAVORITE RECIPE FOR was Wayne hard Memory to let ShealeyIt go. I loved Of him a

RECIPES B $ 1 1LB. lot. You know he was special to me.
His memory always will be. I haveto

9 9 wish hold he was back here.the tears There, will because never I

be brother.another I miss like you.Wayne, my dear

Love,Tina .

LB.. LB. Card of ThanksWith

grateful hearts we wish to
acknowledge the many expressionsof
LESS THAN S-LB. BOSTON BUTT W-O BRAND u.s. CHOICE BONELESS love that have come to us. Your

PORK ROAST . La $127 TOP SIRLOIN STEAK. La/ $397 HICKORY SWEETBONELESS HAMS LB $298 calls expressions,visits, flowers have helped, cardsanother to

sustain us through this difficult

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,TURKEY HAM. La $238 PORK SAUSAGE La $127 or TURKEY WINGS NECKS. K $680 Money HOURS Market 1 Accounts Notary Public! Directors Industries and, Pastor personnel Gary of Heath Sunshine and
WATCH ADDED : Hope Baptist Church members,
HICKORY SWEET $168 W-D $ 99 SUGAR LAKECHICKEN MON-WED. 9am4pmTHURS&FRI SUi'rIi.et Surplus Property employe's, our
COOKEDIZ 2 9am-:8.$699 pm: neighbors friends and to each and
SLICED BACON u I HAM, . . M.MS.. PATTIES cox h SATURDAY 8 a m2 p,m. IKUIK WALL everyone for all the kindness shown.
VARIETIES MADISON Your thoughtfulness will never be

FRANKS. . u I or BOLOGNA La BEEF PATTIES . UJ O Causey familyIn

Grateful AppreciationTo

-a HARVEST My Christian FriendsI
EVERYDAY wish to express my deep appreciation -

LOW EVERYDAY PRICE LOW PRIC E i (/ / EVERYDAY PRICE F FRESH for to all their churches prayers and duringmy individuals -
recent illness,and especially the
.p"'" churches who conducted prayer
Lw' t PRODUCE chains during my surgery. I deeply
e appreciate the many cards of hope
/ s"O.rer.nes and encouragement I received.
i I 1 I Yours in Christian Love,
Nature makes the
_ 1i produce. Mary Ella Watterson
s W1NN-DIXIE makes the difference.
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Business MobilizesAt

Saudi Jump PointCountry

Caterers a Keystone "It was a smooth operation not r
Height business placed a bid to only the food service but" said the -
serve food in an emergency situation overall military mobilization.
with the United States: Armed Forces. Tom Ferryman owner of Country
Little did they know that on Monday Caterers, an 8 year old business
J morning August 20th at 10:30: AM based in Keystone Heights. "We
r they would receive a call asking served a full buffet 24 hrs a day and
about their readiness to serve you should have seen those alias :
possibly 100 000 meals over the eatl"
next few days. The owner Tom "They were in high spirits
f1 Ferryman said "yes. we're ready." despite the fact they were headed for
4 and by 2 am the next morning they the armpit of the world. They didn't
had set up what amounted to a have much else to do so they ate.
mobile kitchen on the runway in We cooked up 4 45 tractor truckloads ,-
Savannah Georgia at Hunter Air of sausage ribs chicken _
Force Base. hamburger, hot dogs, eggs and '
For the next twelve days they everything else edible 24 hrs.a day :
would serve over 63,000 hot meals for 12 day*. They enjoyed the i- -
to American soldiers bivouacked in food-Saddam hadn't ruinedanyone'
the hangers and on the runways of appetite."
Hunter AFB waiting for transport to "I'd like to add that we couldn't
Saudi Arabia in response to Iraq's have kept up with demand if itweren't
-ti ran" '1 5 invasion of Kuwait. for the many local worker Country Caterers Owner Tom Perryman teases reporter with
and particularly those folk from
mouthwatering sausage.
Lewis Pentecostal Temple Church
who sent many hardy volunteer We

L m Gene Pass and Erie Biggs display their stock In paid everyone and then they turned Mike
( to Twtok Howard.
over the check to the "I'd like to Crawford,
said Tom.
trade-afresh, clean diapers tor delivery to your door. Pastor Nathaniel Carswell was take"A1.0.AU opportunity to publicly Walker John Wanton, Debbie .
instrumental in helping ua keep the extend a heartfelt thank to the Remedy. JinetHiU and Wayn' &!
soldier happy.". following folk who helped out: Debbie Kelly. Thanks again.. \
"I was watching NIOHTLINE. Elmo Broome. Dot Niles, Jay
Former BUS Grads Start New Business said Dave Lefgod Gen. Mgr. of }
Country Caterers "and I saw one ,
soldier being interviewed and he
Two Gainesville firefighters, Erie commented on the fine meals he had
Biggs and Gene Pass, with roots before leaving the state We were TULLER
deep in Bradford County, have join- Bobby Biggs, a 1977 graduate of in the serving line and I heard. 'hey'
ed in a business venture, providing BUS. Biggs played football, and his it' from hornet' I lookedup Center
someone Chiropractic
diaper service in parts of four area wife, Gwen Zack,was Homecoming Courtney of
and it
was Larry
counties, serving Gainesville, Queen The couple has two Keystone *. We hot the Keystone Heights Office ,
Melrose, Keystone Heights, Starke daughters.In wised
him trip.
breeze and a good Blvd.
260B S. Lawrence
and Lake Butler. interested in obtaining diaper into another fellow ,
service, call Pass ph. 472-3779 or We even ran
of area-John Hall. All in all
The partners began operations Biggs,ph. 473-2625. 4737213PAIN
the "Babies Complete Diaper Ser- Pass says around the fire station it was a great experience. I'll never .
vice" August 1, in Gainesville, and the two are known as "Poop and forget it. Everyone treated us well CONTROL
now have 20 regular customers. Scoop." He didn't say which name we slept an hour or two occasionally
They operate three trucks, two he answers to. and even had the opportunity to Headaches
driven by the owners and the third (L to R) Kathy Coleman Tom shower at the base we served the .Neck & Arm
by an employee. Ferryman & Dave Leggod troop pretty much whatever they
Alachua General Hospital is one of wanted and I hope; made their Mid Back
the 20 accounts, finding cloth waiting time a little easier." Low Back& Leg
diapers to be inexpensive and conve
nient. e

"People are surprised to hear that SFCC Offering R. RICHARD C. TULLERCHIROPRACTIC
Alachua General is using cloth Free Course on .
diapers save Biggs. CAR1"WHEN
the new diaper firm delivers Nursing CareersSanta
diapers to the door.When soiled the Fe Community College is offering
diaper is dropped uncleaned into a a free class "Exploring 21 HOURS A DAY
hamper, and is then picked up for Career Opportunities in Nursing"on
cleaning and sanitizing before being October 11 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon in 7 D YS'AJWEEKOFnCEHOURS
sent out again. The diaper isn't Building W Room 228. Gainesville
touched, except to put it on and takeit ;- ,.,.- \. campus. Information on nursing opportunities ;
off the baby. .. and SFCC's Nursing Program Sat
-"- .. Mon.. fri 8:30 6QOpm. ,By j4ppointmentTERWILLECAR
The two firefighters have three ,, / ,.' .;.." .. will be available.Call 3955735. s
', -'" \ '" ,
themselves, and each 1Jf.
youngsters I 'j /. -
have delived three babies in line of 1 ," \ r > ;/! :::: '':
duty as firemen, providing personal ., f, 'ti''J. T"-: pUICK XUBETERWILLEGAR1
experience in their chosen field. (t .

Biggs got the idea when he considered S QUICK LUBE
cloth diapers for his

youngest child, but there was no -t. ., St. ,' '
1j50W.'Ma s< n
diaper ,eJ'Vlce ygila le.He conyxncerrPass \, ,
; to>' fer We buMneebuioithwbLh 'J t 7t''" "S 964_9 ocr., '
; LJ9r
p6lntitlgut''thafIitd1Ypenable f '-hJf' .r- I \H 4'A 1.liI't;; .. e ...:

:' diapers are not ;:: lid
biodegradable, rema landfills .- -w -- FREE OIL & SERVICE. BETWEEN CHANGES TO SENIOR CITIZENS t IF'YOUR.-I; .

for years before : =down. Entrepreneurs: Erie Biggs and Gene Pass VECHICLB NEEDS OIL BETWEEN OUR 3,000 MILE OIL&FILTER CHANGES STOP BY(6uR,;tl'ti
the The Starke new cloth natives diapers are fastened with by endeavoring to fill the gap in Bradford diaper service. FRONT ENTRANCE), OUR TRAINED PERSONEL WILL CHECK A ADD OIL IF NEEDED Tail' r

velcro fasteners, eliminating pins, THE PULL LEVEL....ALL'AT NO CHARGE I -
the bane of everyone who ever
changed a diaper. UF Theatre and Fla. Players Present Comedy 1O MINUTE D 1)WE CHANGE YOUR OIL(5 QTS.)
Pass is the son of Elise Green .OIL CHANGE! D 1)WE INSTALL A NEW OIL FILTER
Pass, who retired from the city last The Dept. of Threatre at the one, and Babe-well Babe just shot d 3)WE LUBE THE ENTIRE CHASSIS wPEt1011
year. He was a 1964 BHS graduate, University of Florida and the onel I "Crimes of the Heart", for .
anyone South will
active in high school sports. Florida Players announce the pro-
Biggs is the son of Mr. and Mrs. duction of Beth Henley's Pulitzer- have a special appeal; for everyoneit :> a 5)WE CHECK FILL TRANSMISSION FLUID 10MINUTE, -
Prize winning comedy "Crimes of shows how even tragedy'can be y. ID 6)WE CHECK ft FILL BRAKE FLUID
the Heart" directed by David transformed into comedy. n 7)WE CHECK&FILL POWER STEERING FLUID
Shelton, opening on Friday Oct. 26, Tickets may be obtained from the _
University Box Office on the UF D 8) WE CHECK&FILL BATTERY
and running through Saturday,Nov. '
Annual Senior 3. campus by calling 392-1635. Adults: WMOoss d 9)WE CHECK FILL DIFFERENTIAL FLUID

Affair Set Oct. 17 If you have ever had a "bad day" just $6.50; UF students may pun D 10)WE CHECK&FILL WINDOW WASHER FLUID OIL' '.'
and somehow, in some chase tickets for a modest 125 fee by Protection"$2O
The Senior Affair will be held
showing a student ID card. Ticketsgo
to live through it, will take a CHANGETBRWI -,
Wednesday, Oct. 17, from 8:30 a.m. special pleasure In you this and on sale two weeks before opening a 12)WE CHECK YOUR WIPER BLADES
to 3 p.m. at the Gainesville Mall. warm, passionate and funny play night. a 13)WE INFLATE TIRES TO PROPER PRESSURE
This annual event, sponsored by about three sisters who struggle to Remember"Crimes of the 95 D 14)WE VACUUM THE INTERIOR
Alachua General Hospital and the Heart" at the Constans Theatre
the past andin the samebrew on
Mental Health Association, is free the UF d 15)WE CHECK YOUR AIR FILTER
to seize the future. To be Campus opening Friday,
and open to the public. specific, all three MacGrath sisters Oct. 26 and running through Satur- a 16)WE CHECK YOUR BREATHER ELEMENT
Many activities have been plannedfor have trouble with men: Meg has left day, Nov. 3. Call 392-1635 for tickets
seniors. These include health one behind., Lennie,has never had and information. tlEOAR QU1C1C LUBR. It )mCK TLUOK *
walk to begin at 8:30 a.m.; a legal ;
seminar on "Wills Probate and
Power of Attorney'' which will be
held at 9 am. and 1:30 pm.; a
seminar for caregivers"Caring for
the Elderly: Social and Physical
Changes," will be held from noon to
1 p.m.; cholesterol, blood pressure, Q
diabetes hearing and glaucoma GREAT DEPOSIT dt4 ryr'C, i
screenings;prescription counseling "Vd
and informational booths on finan-
cial and senior services. There Is a
$4 charge for the cholesterol screen-

Info Gainesville,free transportation 6 MONTH CD JUMBO CD 12 MONTH CD
will be provided by RTS. There will 1
also be drawings for door prizes.For $500 Minimum To $500 Minimum To
more information call 1-800-262-2243.

Middleburg Plans 8.OO% 8.05 % :, 8.10-"

Festival Events Annual Yield* ..
For October 30-179 days Annual Yield
,:.. !-t'-J:" :::
Visitors to this ear's Historic ;

Middleburg October::10,will Festival see an authentic on Saturday 1835; I oo to"'r"f" ", ...-'.'.. \;I

will Seminole demonstrate war camp.primitive"Sawgrass"weapons 7.72 0 \ ":', 815 0 7.81 : I: ? .

and tools and present a continuing \
program on the history of the .
Seminole War and the great chiefs. .: ; ,.. .
History as entertainment will be the Annual Rate 180-365 days Annual ,

order of the day as professional Row err tubject to change. Simple""" (MM)on anmaOnd rate. .The d1ectIue arnrntyteld tweed on In,. i t
reenactors recreate the Battle of Sub Branning's Bridge at a p.m. 'This
Civil War skirmish fought in Mid- RateFlorida
dleburg in 1864 will feature Yankeesand Downtown Gainesville Gainesville/The Oaks Starke -
Rebels in authentic dress, a 395 W. Madison
220 N. Main Street
period encampment and plenty of 6707 Newberry Road I
excitement when the battle begins. 377-3344 331-2700 964-5000 i
Arts and crafts booths and food Street. I
concessions are still available for Gainesville/University Keystone Heights Oeara. FederaSavingsBar

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11 Items of Interest ArmedForceS.; '

Focus ...
on Future surance Companies, 1990 ..
New Class BeginsFocus Standard & Poor's Stock-Bond -
Guide (Monthly) K.. He.kett Completes
on the Future: Displaced
Basic Training
Homemaker. Program is a comprehensive Navy
program for people who Humorous Dr. of >Navy Seaman Recruit Kenneth W.
are 35 yean of age or older who have Heskett, son of Kenneth M. Heskett
worked in the borne 1 caring for the Non-Smoking Speak of Keystone Heights and grandson of
family and who, because of a Grace L. Hawkes of Melrose has
separation divorce or the death or Jacksonville FL-Dr. Alan 'completed. recruit training at Great
disability of their spouse must now Blum, physician and member of the Lakes VI.'
re-enter the job market. Planning a staff of Baylor College of Medicinein During the tight-week training cycle
new direction and support from Houston, will present his ,Heskett studied general military
others experiencing this lifestyle nationally acclaimed, off-beat, subjects designed to prepare for further
change are basic parts of the month- satirical anti-smoking show to theUniversity academic and on-the-job train-
long class offered at Santa Fe Com- of North Florida. October'' ing in one of the Navy's 83 basic
munity College. 26. fields.
A new class will be held OC- Blum uses a humorous approach He is 1990 graduate of Keystone
TOBER 22 NOVEMBER 21. The to convey a serious message about Heights High School.
class and other program servicesare how Iho media are used in the United'
free of charge; however pre- States to promote substance abuse. Vernon Mobley Goes '
registration is required. Registra- Tho presentation is freo. For more To California Fires
yp. tion will be accepted. NOW through information contact Agnes Barton;
V. Jr. traveled to
October 18. community affairs director at UNF Vernon Mobley ,
The first part of the class covers College of Health 9046462810. northern California to assist civilian
topics such as handling the stress of firefighters- in battling two major
p.4t p. change assertveness and communication fires.
In "Operation Wildfire 90" more
skills, money management soldiers from Ft. Carson,
and and community JI'JL than 650 '
( and planning Colo., patroTTed"charred areas,reinforced
The program is under the direc- existing containment lines
Steven Thornton
tion of Dr. Ann Bromley, SFCC AcceptedAs and extinguished any smoldering
Director Women's Programs and West Point Cadet .;. areas that remained.
-'I' Special Projects. The. Program is Steven M. Thornton has been accepted He is the son of Vernon V. Mobleyof
--- funded through a grant from the into the Corps of Cadets Lawtey.
State of Florida Dept. of Health and (Class of 94), U.S. Military Sgt. Thomas Moran
Patrol Car Gets Repairs...
Rehabilitative Services Academy West Point; N.Y., luring Re-enlists in Air Force
A Bradford County Sheriff patrol car gets repair The car was rammed by Elwood Padgett In a pickup To register for a class,employ one the annual acceptance parade.
at Smith Brothers Body Shop after being struck during truck when deputies were called to a disturbance. of our graduates or for more Information The parage culminated six weeksof Sgt. Thomas L. Moran Jr. son of
a Hampton affray. Padgett was not charged In the accident. please call 395-5047. rigorous basic cadet training. Hazel J. Norman of Lawtettias reenlisted -
Damage of f2.OZ8.S8 to the 1988 4-door Crown VicMayor Lola Williamson said she plans to write a letter Subjects included military customs in the U.S. Air Force at
toria Include replacing rear door, rear quarter panel, to Governor Bob Martinez requesting an Investigation and courtesies, drills wheel house hinges, lock etc. of the Incident. Business InterestsAt ceremonies, physical conditioning, four years.
Public tactical exercises, and weapons Moran is an avionic systems
familiarization. The cadets were Introduced specialist.

Local businesses may be in- to military life with special Stephen Johns PromotedTo
terested in the Bradford County emphasis on leadership, duty,honor
Court Finals by Carolyn Eaves Public Library's newly expanded and: country. Sr. Master Sergeant .
In Bradford County ICY Staff Writer collection which includes: In addition to military trainingand Stephen L. Johns has been promoted
an athletic program, the four- in the U.S. Air Force to the
The Wall Street Journal (daily) year educational institution's rank of Senior' Master Sergeant. I
The following defendants ap- The New York Times (Sunday) academic curriculum includes Johns is a command and control
peared before Judge George H. Diane Green Vandiver pled no Arraignments Moody's Handbook of Common engineering, basic, social sciences superintendent at Langley Air Force I I.
Pierce in Bradford County Traffic contest DUI; fined $700, ten days in Misdemeanor Court Stocks (Quarterly) and the humanities.The Base, VA.
Court Oct. 2 where the cases received jail on Sundays, attend advanced Thomas J. Drawdy pled guilty Dun's Million Dollar Directory cadet is the son of Donald and He is the son of M.L. and Patricia
final disposition. DUI school. illegal possession alcohol beverage; Best's Key Rating Guide to Ursel Thornton of Starke. Thorntonis A. Johns of Lake Butler. Thesergeant :
Alvin Jerome Fayson charged fined $120.25.Pamela Property-Casuality, 1990 a 1990 outstanding high honors is a 1971 graduate of Brad-
Marcus Leon Falana pled guiltyno with fleeing or eluding police officer D. Nettles pled guilty Best's Agent's Guide to Life In- graduate of Bradford High School. ford High School.
valid drivers license (NVDL): and speeding; dismissed.
retail theft; $52 court costs. .
license and will ,
presented valid Kayson pled no contest wilful- Kenna S. Watts charged with issu- / dismiss. wanton reckless driving; fined $199,
ing worthless check; restitution has I
George W. Rahme pled guilty six months unsupervised supervi-
been made, dismissed.
NVDL; present valid license for sion. Mike Starling
dismissal. Jeffrey Lynn Lynch pled no con-
Richard Earl Booking pled guilty test DUI; fined $962.50, license Change of Plea "',i rt .
driving while license suspended suspended ten years, attend advanced Jimmy R. Griffis pled no contest ; Gizmo Now
(DWLS): fined $199. DUI school, ten days in jail, Tri battery; fined $120.25, make / of '; I \ '
Donald Anthony Cayton pled guil- County supervision two years. restitution, Tri County supervision I' At
ty DWLS; fined $146.50, Tri County Lynch charged with DWLS; six months. % .
supervision 60 days. dismissed James Hamilton pled no contest _
Mary Alice Deptula pled guilty Jerry Burton Miller pled no con- retail theft; fined $146.50. 't i Betty Bancroft Chevrolet Geo
DWLS; costs suspended, dismissed. test DUI; fined $700, license Jose Antonio Melecio pled no con- .
Deptula pled guilty NVDL; suspended five years, Tri County test trespass on school proper (two &
presented valid license, dismissed. supervision one year, attend advanced counts); $52 court costs,60 days pro-
Christopher Dinkins pled no con- DUI school. bation. See Me For All Your New & Used
test DWLS; fined$146.50, ten days in
jail, will suspend if fine paid in two
weeks. Truck or Car Needs

Vernon Kuhn pled no contest" BradfordChiropractic "- '. ,. .
costs'. I 2600 N. Main StrGainesvilleFl \ r r" -
DWLS; $52 court ; 0 tub ofci T '>'
Melissa. Sue. Mikell pled guilty I 32601 '- fiirCZCIJ \767S81'
NVDL; write son w "ff essay on why' CenterStarke "_ ".* ._ v >! r fox virn+. { ttnttbut "' f>&ii) Film b u! /ti muiUSA I:
should not drive without valid
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Boyd Phillips pled guity NVDL; Office
fined $146.50. 218 S. Walnut St. ;

Bryan William Plummer pled Next to the Chamber of Commerce H
guilty NVDL; 50 hours communitywork
under Tri County. 964-4957
Plummer pled guilty driving t bI'H mN
without headlights; dismissed.
Clem David Prescott pled guilty PAIN CONTROLHeadaches
driving under influence (DUD: fin- -"
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months, attend DUI school, 50 hours
community work, Tri County super- ,Mid Back
vision one year.Franklin Low Back &-Lcg INJURIES fII

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C, Underwood pled no Sports
contest leaving scene of accident, Personal I
careless driving,fail to immediately ,
Auto Accidents
accident dismissed. .
report ;
Walter Allen Hall pled no contest DR. W DAVID SIKES 200 Favorite Programs. Color On Screen Disp'lay ... ()
DUI; fined $700 license suspendedfive CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN Parental Control Discrete/Matrix/Digital: StereoSO .
years, ten days in jail, concurrent F- Sattelite Memory. Space Command UHF
with prison time. THE TEAM APPROACH Control Built-in/TI Filter VCR Timer/Clock
Hall charged with DWLS; dismissed. lila ......

Gurnle. Lee Jernigan pled no con- CHIROPRACTIC CARS WHEN YOU NEED IT. .. .
test DUI; fined $700, license
suspended six months,50 hours com- "" "
munity work, attend DUI school,Tri 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER .1 JI/i1iI I

County supervision one year. TANS ..Home Mon.-FeI .30-6&00,._ Smt.By Appointment (
Tara Thompson Murray pled no

contest DUI: fined $437.50, license ,I
suspended six months, attend DUI "

school, 50 hours community work, "usl 1 IT t iilJ Ipp .'36 Position satellite memory ClKu Band
Tri County supervision one year. "Favorite
compatibility Program" Parental
DUI Charles; fined Phillips$437.50 pled license no suspended contest- AUCTIONBANKRUPTCY Built-in VidcoCipher U Plus Decoder VldeoCiphcr Security U

six months, 50 hours communitywork Plus Digital Stereo Space Command Infrared Remote
attend DUI school,Tri County Control On Screen Display Module
supervision one year, waive com- &CONSIGNMENT AUCTION
munity Sheryl work.E. Reek pled no contest ATTENTION ci

DUI; fined $437.50, license suspended 10 A1M1 SATURDAY OCT. 13,1990 .
six months, attend DUI school, 50 ,
hours community work, Tri County FLORIDA
supervision one year. STARKE, Sports Fans J\'j//J
Alberta Risby charged with
NVDL; produced valid license, 1 Mile South On US 301

dismissed display Risby of charged,tag costs; dismissed.waived.with improper SOME OF THE ITEMS TO BE SOLD Now is the time r '(for,*. ... ....., f

James J. Rutherford pled no con- ((10)) 45 ft. Box Trailers 30 Ton Lowboy Trailer ,.,. r''
test DUI;' fined $700, license 1976 Ford L9000 Semi Tractor Satellite TV. Come in ::1 .
suspended six months, attend DUI "
school, Tri County supervison! one Altos Computer 68K-40Meg w/Printer-
year. Offide Furniture & Machines and ,see a demonstration '

1986 Acura 1984 Pontiac

John Deere 410 Backhoe on Zenith Satellite : ',- \ ::

Ford 3000 Farm Tractor ,"" .

Vo-Tech Offers New OMC Mustang Bobcat -. v Systems Today... :.... :: ilW 18 .,;

Class : Home RepairIt Ditch Witch Trencher ((1500)). t "' 1 :

..(/-.av.money" '. Ford Box Truck ((26ft) HOIBC: Satellite BeceMng System

Basic home repair skills taught 6 cyl. Ford Van. .
will include: sheetrock repair,pain .witW";; < "' 'a ''f', :,'.i-i. '. S''': :) i'W"'J.'f'Ji: '!; .'"',' f,, e. <; > :
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ting, replacing screens, installing 1929 Antique Mercedes (replica) ; "" 5tcaryar: : t''t''ittK& b .' ,- 'J ,$; I
locks, simple fWf. ; .. "t ft
changing carpentry '
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tasks, and other class selected YOU BRING IT-WE SELL IT S ilrl : "1 < )
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topics. ; >; 4 "';: j
This hands-on I class will be taughtby REAL ESTATETO : .a J ';f ? ; j ." *c t.:
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Joe Robinson. a contractor who } f "j WAlfm >t. ,
knows the value of doing home BE OFFERED i .q i4if.'>i%1 h'dn't; ,ff&"iF.vh':! ff f .:-'fifii. > .' .
I repair to save money.
Class begins Oct. 19 and continue 8.5 Acres in 3 Parcels 200 ft. on US 301 5

through Nov. 19. The claw meets on 1.acre lots 300' building on 2 acres-ideal for : 496-2241 '
Monday evenings from 7-10 p.m. '
The fee for the class is 18.00. For contractors, truckers, lumber yard or propane 964-7596 W'INKL'ER'S ;
further Information call 96 .6800, lot! For details call McDougall. ; LAKE'BUTLER:

ext.Bradford-Union 122. To register Area come Vo-Tech:to 1.904.786-8989 AD17 STARKE

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participated in a variety of space
Youngsters from Bradford oriented scientific experiments.
County'i gifted education program; rr' i'IDonna' The highlight of the day includeda
CATS (Class for Academically visit to the Galaxy Theater and the
Talented Students) spent an IMAX Theater.. The IMAX camera
intriguing day at NASA'i John F. system projects the image to a huge
Kennedy Space Center in Southern 50 x 70 foot screen supported by 6-
Florida near Titusville. track stereo sound. This provides an
26 kids and 12 adult chaperones experience very close to actually
(mostly parents) loaded up on the being there during a shuttle liftoff
bus 7:00AM Friday September 28th or working with space suited
and set forth on an adventure that astronauts in the sometimes eerie
lasted till 9pm that evening. vast silence of space.
Upon arriving at Spaceport USA, There was also a bus tour of the
part/:)f NASA'i Student Educational spaceport. "All in all the day
", Program, the kids got to see and enhanced our students understandingof
participate in many space related I space exploration in the present
activities about which they have I and for the future," said teacher
been studying throughout this first Donna Gruen.

part of the school year. They ate Donna Gruen, Gifted Program

... ....... -." :'. space foods, observed their Instructor continually plans novel
-, \.u.. '. '" ., ., n .. .. ." ..' preparation and storage. They were h interesting and educational projects
shown actual space clothing used in .. for Academically Talented children
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zero gravity and the lighter clothing Bradford
Fire Prevention' and Safety... rear Is dressed In protective clothing and has used while in the shuttle. The kids, Gruen, Instructor for Children throughout are bused to County.Starke
About n head start students'.(et three fear and breathing equipment for smoke and toxic gas situa ranging from kindergarten through5th Bradford's Gifted Student Elementary (the programs
five, were given a lesson on fire prevention and lire tions. grade and from all over the each
Program ) day.
safety by two Starke firemen, Monday.October L "Only big people can turn on gas stoves" was the Bradford County area, also
The students above were given fautractloM ea fin theme drilled into the children by fireman Cecil
suppression and ,the protective Crawford. Lh.
dothlnjrwoni by _; ouuttotR. 0
firefighters. Starke fireman Danny Parker, above : .

Starke Fireman Instructs
I Front row:Ell Dixon and back row:Demetrius Drtvas, Jeremy
Gates and Danny Harden learn about the shuttle liftoff.
Youngsters About Fire Safety

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About 76 children In the head start children are drawing, cutting out
program were schooled in fire pro- and making a fire truck from con-
tection and safety by Starke firemen ,said Jessie Jenkins,
Cecil: Crawford and Danny Parker, Head Start)Director. &rH H
at the Head Start facility on Pine Two new classrooms have Just
Street. been added to the complex,and will aw
The firemen demonstrated the accomodate SO more families as ear-
safety clothing and breathing equip- ly as next week, she says.
ment used by firemen and instructed: Convict labor has painted and
the children on basic safety in the .refurbished the classrooms and they
home. are now ready for use.
"Only big people can turn on
stoves, the children were told by 's Udenta at head start are as
fireman Crawford. Lay down and young as tm'eel.up to five years old,
roll or roll up in a or blanket to so the fifty families might have up to w
smother the s clothing catches 70 or more children ready for head ..
fire, the children learned from .start, Jenkins said. Enrollment
the foremen. capacity can now double from the
Class projects this week for the current.76 students.
f J .I L -R Phillip Hendricks, Erin Elliot, Philip Pombelr and Chris
Hobbs learn about the solar system.


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B ut 700 3rd and 4th Grade students and M parents and teachers were .._r.j..w'- "-' ''' & ..r cc NIGHT LIVE'1JAND'

transported to Jacksonville FrIday October 6,en 14 school buses,to a program ....... _.'9:. )
designed to Inform the students abort the problems associated with .. I Ladies Drink-tall seven,well brands s& beer\
drug use.Above. c 4:c s ST t- Price 8pm-11pm
,students at Starke Elementary board the buses at the start of the The letter T is the second most frequently used letter In books,newspapersand
other printed material In English.
trip.The film, titled 'Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde', was shown at the Florida Live Bands
Theatre Jacksonville.Elementary.
Now Playing '

Students Attend. LOOK "TAILOR MADE BAND"Fri.

., Oct. 12th, Sat., Oct. 13th and Tues., Oct. 16th

Jax Anti-Drug- Show "SOUTHERN RAGE"Fri.

.. Oct. 19th Sat.. Oct. 20th and Toes. Oct. 23rd
All fourth and fifth grade student 'bad effects useage of Illicit drugs tYtly., .
in Bradford county were taken to can have in their lives.
Monday Night Saturday Football Halloween
Jacksonville Friday, October, 5, to The show started out in the traditional
the Florida Theatre where they were. version of the story,as written Football Opening 12:00: Noon Costume
entertained and enlightened by a by Robert Louis Stephenson, but Draft Beer SOtf BIO SCREEN TV Party
show entitled "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. soon twitched to a modern day version 12:00: Noon til 4:00pm50d :
H ". where a youth mixes his own Big SceenTV Corning
This was a cooperative effort'of: brand of narcotic, becomes addicted Beer Oct. 30th
the schoolsystem,Families Against and portrays the hardships J:
Drugs (FAD) and the Sheriffs and suffering involved in overcom-'
Department, to further the realization IDa his babit.
of elementary students in then About 750 persons made the trip- 1990 Dodge CaravanBlack
700 students and M adults. Fourteen
,...t.,*.f. r> -. .school busses were used,some loaded Low Boy Entertainment Center
Lee lacocca'NamedFriend at each school in the county, and
proceeded to Lawtey Community cherry/pearl color deluxe cloth interior, high back bucket
of the! Year School, the staging area, where a seats family value package, 7 pass. seating capacity,
Friends of Libraries V.; S. A. has. caravan was formed for the trip to Ultra-Drive 4 spd. auto trans., 3.0 liter V-6 engine, roof mounted
named Lee lacocca: as Friend of the Jacksonville, with Deputy Jim Gill luggage rack.
Year. ,aa eacort. YDUr
The award was given to the .The film was produced by Theatre List $16,760
1 $14 974
Chrysler chairman in recognition of Works a production company whose Prjce
Chrysler's donation of the initial main thrust ls aimed at children.A Discount 1786
grant in of the Detroit teachers study guide was provided
Public Library's National to the teachers in advance of
Automobile History Collection, the the showing, to prepare students for
nation's most comprehensive maximum benefit, and a follow up
reference center for automotive lesson l la Included in the instructional
materials, according to Chrysl fflyrnouthfD ds* Podstruck* *a |itEatt; (rnc!.
The collection includes more thana Eugenia Whitehead, Student Ser
million items i including rare vices Director for the Bradford 209 W. Madison Stark 1-80O-448-JEEP a 964-9OOO

photos. service manuals, annual_ School District
reportS,personal mernorabiuanromiBry II
notables and legal records
from the turn of the century. The
award also recognizes Chrysler'ssupport
of Reading I.Fundamental
(RIF) prograllll. :JI NOW SERVING
Friends 0' Libraries U. S.'A. is a
non-profit network of local and state
Friends groups whose mission Is to ]BUFFET
excellent .
Improve arid maintain
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library service in public, academic s..
and special libraries. ,
Restaurant LUNCH The center of attention, beautifully finished in Fulton Oak, this low boy
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i I k Course Offered fa Lake City I Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine Out for a TV, a VCR shelf and also includes three adjustable shelves behinda
:- Or Take door. Doors have wooden handles. and
-- -- 1900 N. Temple Starke Florida 32091 safety-tempered glass Uprights
LAKE CITY The Florid Game'and
feature heavy rounded moldings with mitered corners. Comes readyto
Fresh Water Fish FREE'Commission Hunter TO RENA MOTEL For Reservations or Take Out Orders Call: 964.7681 top assemble.
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Education October Course at the during Osceola the monthof Rifle ALL YOU. CAN EAT ADULTS $4.25; CHILDREN UNDER 10 $2.50 *16 995

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survival first,aid. ethics
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(7 wish to hunt will be,required by law. FOR LUNCH Saturday ,5:00, p.m. nil JO p.m.Sunday Lunch 12 Noon til 2:30: p.m.; = E. -.DtIt.964-8826"084-5827 Mvtetiba ....tI .,
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'83 FOUR WHEEL DRIVE SILVERADO: FOR'\,SAt.EI., 'lfY: ,: PHONE 964-7776 na
Loaded with many extras $4800 '- PUPPIES Poodle mixed 3 female 1 15 FT HYDROSTREAM SKI I BOAT with
Please call 964-5647. after 6 p.m. 1985 FLEETWOOD MOBILE HOME: male. Wormed A 1 st shot $50 each. 85hp Johnson Outboard ski post '- 205 N. stub
2 14x55 2 BR, 1 BA, Make offer. Call 496-2466 8 speedometer, gator tilting trailer with Temple,
CHEAPI) FBI/U.S. SEIZED84 anytime 964-8808. .4 2 ENGLISH PIT BULL puppules weeks new tires new loading runners. A Cecelia Terwdiegar
VW... ............$5087 Mercedes 1975 12X65, LABELLE, 3Br/2 bath excellent old, wormed solid white, $50 each. steal at $3200 obo can 964-6001
...$20085 Mercedes condition, new air cond., vinyl Call after 6 pm. 964-5830 6 home or 1-772-9449 work Jacksonville -
. . $10065 floor and range refrld.Included.Some BLACK ANGUS HEIFER I yr. old-Holis. 8 *SKOAL Or THE WEEK, Park-Ilk ettlng.. see this 3 IK/2 IA home en .
Mustang.............$50Choo.e from furniture ceiling fans, asking 3500. ten heifer, 8 mos. old-Holisten bull 1 beautiful landscaped acre. In the city limit, walking I distance from anything
thousands starting $25. 24 Hour Re- Needs to go ASAP.Call Jim or Cindyat yr. old call 468-1763 6 your little heart dmlre Home drastically reduced to *M..NON
cording Reveals Details. 801-379- 7823411.Great for couples just FRM 12% HAPPY HORSE SWEET QUALIFIYING MORTGAGE TOO..Call 9647776.
2929 Ext. FJ1A3C.. U.S. HOTLINE starting out 4 FEED.SOIb: bag$4.99. King Lumber TWO COMMERCIAL LOTS ON Commercial Circle, downtown Keystone
copyright 2 "M.H. LOANS: Get pre-approved on a of Keystone, 5 mi. North of Keystone 3 ACRES ON FORSYTH ROAD: By Heights. $68,000
HONDA ACCORD LXI. 1989 excellent Mobile Home Loan over the phone. onSR21. 6 owner. 13500. Phone 1-407-464- SILVER LAKIt Adorable, brick home, 2BR, iRA Ib, deck beauMful ytow.
condition. 12000. after 6 pm 473- Call 1-755-5114. Circle B. Mobile FRM PELLETIZED DOG FOOD: 40 lb. 6827. 59500.
3465. 2 Homes Lake City Florida bag$5.99. King Lumber of Keystone HALF ACRE OFF S-229. Call 964-6889. REDUCE FOR QUICK SALEs Spacious 4BR home,1900*q. ft. wplentyroom A
1981 Honda Accord.Good condition. ,New .4SAVE 5 mi. North of Keystone on SR 21.FRM 9 to roam. Just seconds from shopping areas and grocery I*tr*...T1t4s\
paint lob. Best offer. 2 $4000 on all 1990 Skyline Homes. 6 2.1 Acres cleared high, well & septic home Is a Great..Great Buy. .
REDUCEDI Must SellII 1984 Ford Van SW a SW at Circle B Mobile Homes Pelleted Dog Food, 21%-5.99((40( power pole, $12,500 or take over NON-QUALIFYING MORTGAGE This elegant Soolnsh/Stucco home en 2
PS PB AC, Cruise. Tilt Customized Your Skyline Factory Outlet Call 1- bag), 26% 6.49 ((40 bag) King payments. Call evenings Alan 964- 1/2 acc of very well-kept lawn has 2,500 sq. ft. w/20'x40 Florida Ream the
Interior. Now$4600.OBO. 782-3660. 755-5114. .4 Lumber of Keystone. 6 2384/ has a :2ff Stone fireplace. This out-ln-the country home Is |ust minute front
TFN 2 SAVE $4000 on all 1990 Skyline Homes. "BARGAIN OF THE WEEKFRM town..Call today for more details.
84 T-Bird ELAN rebuilt engine, new tires, DW A SW\ at Circle B Mobile Homes, 12% Horse Nuggets 50* bag. $4.99. REAL ESTATE ABE COOL IN THE POOL 3BR, 2I/3BA Brick home w/Jacwcsl. LUXURY
AC battery,wholesale$3650: .00 964- Your Skyline. Factory Outlet Call 1- King Lumber 01) Keystone. 6 Master bath beautiful ceramic a quarry tile throughout the heme double
3698 after 7pm. 2 755-5114. 4 car garoge. Immaculate corner acre, |lust a. neat as a pin. Come take a .leek
1986 GMC VANDURA CUSTOM VAN: LOOKING FOR A MOBILE HOME? Do : YARD SALESFRIDAY r OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: wooded and see the .beautiful pool and hot-tub..Country Club Area..
34.000 miles, captains chairs, radio, yourself a favor and see Kent Gard- . .. .e.c. lots, river access. $5950 each. No 3 fish pond and
2-4" tank acre
... .7' *ftO ACRESi Has Wellsseptic many
CB. AC. Excellent condition $8500. ner at Circle B Mobile Homes, Lake money down. $71.41 month. Owner. offer
Call 782-3688. 2 City FL Call 17555114. NOV.12th. sculptured dolls (1-236-4579 or (22-2438 TFN extras..make today. build Located..
*SANTA FE LAKEs 80' of frontag., cleared ready to on. .
84 THUNDERBIRD\ ELAN rebuilt engine, 4SPECIAL quilts.one queen size adjustable quilt- 10
new battery, ao, tires, whole For a limited time only buy a Ing frame crafts misc. !items too nu- '. I.,. C21B. $78,000. Assume Mortg. .
sale$3650, 964-3698 after 7pm 1991 Destiny Singtewide with shingle mereousto list 6 miles South of Starke 'WANTED:' : *If ACRES PLUS IN COUNTRY Own.r finance with LOW downpeyment.HURRY .
2 roof, 3/4 floors, bay windows, sliding on rd. 100 cancel rain. 7 : this won't last long.
1979 FORD F-150 RANGER XL T,4 wheel glass doors, upgrade carpet wood BIG YARD SALE.collectible owls,sheets -- *4 LEVEL LAKE FRONT HOMIi approx. 3800 sq. ft.w/4 BR..41/2 BA,---'.
drive, fair condihon$2495 964-8233 siding, for only$7,995 includes delivery bedspreads clothing household We buy tools all types, new or used for til. CH/A prlvat. asphalt drive on 2 Acres w/100 ft. of crystal' metef
2 and setup. Call today 904-752- appliances, 2 couches and lots of cash. Call 964-6961 leave message. front..REDUCED.
1989 new Le Baron convertible 2.5, 5 1452.4OVERSTOCKED.199114x803bdrm,2 miso Items. North on 301 to Strawberry 11LEAD *::1.1 ACRE LOTS IN HAMPTON OAKS ESTATES All cleared mowed, .lust
spd turbo leather Interior loaded!!! Acres. Follow the signs Fri and GUITARIST:for local country band waiting for a beautiful new home.
List $20,403, cost $13,115 SALE bath Fleetwood for only $12,995. Sat 9-5pm 7 must be willing to practice serious Inquiries *FANTASTIC COMMERtCAl BUILDING Located on Call Street Wee C/B a
15995. Terwillegar Dodge Jeep/ F.O.B.First Coast Mobile Homes. Call SAT.9-5. BROWNLEE RD 6 miles out only. Call Mike 964-4111 aft 5 Stucco building with large offices, one huge reception area. CH/A carpet,
Eagle 209 W. Madison SL, Starke> today 904-752-1452. 4 NW 40thdlrt(( road), baby clothes p.m. 11 tile, 2 BA nice big kitchen area This building I* In Immaculate a ndHIo.You .
FL 9649000. 2 SO SAD I So sad for me, but so glad for household.etc. 7 must see to belelve how great It Is. Please call today for en .........
1990 Eagle Talon Coupe, 20 5 spd, you that First Coast Homes has a 4 MISC. YARD SALE baby items, stereo R':!; m.nt.
compact disc list $15,884, SALE fully loaded Destiny Homes that will entertainment center and lots more. !: *COUNTRY LIVING on Paradise lake. 5 BR, 2 BA. 1790 Sq.". TH-Uvel)
13726. Terwillegar Dodge, Jeep/ be sold at wholesale cost, no gimmicks Comer SR 225/Hwy 301, Lawtey. .. d.ck, separate guest cottage, several varieties of fruit tree*.. Beautiful.
Eagle 209 W, Madison St, Starke Monthly payments starting at Oct 12 & 13 Bam until 7 '71 FORD Positive traction rear end with vl.w. 89000.
FL 964-9000 2 $150 a month. Call for details 904- Large Yard Sale in Hampton, next door to 350 gears$150;Realistic 40 channelCB *GORGEOUS CEDAR HOME 3BR, 38A. 1 1/2 story home In the Country
1990 Jeep Wrangler 6 cyl., 5 spd. SALE 7521452. .4 Handy-Way Store. A.F. Stereo Console $30. 2 front Monroe gas shocks Club. Beautiful landscaping on 2 large lots Call today for detail
11695. Terwillegar Dodge, Jeep/ End of year dose out save 1000. $500 Gym Set complete for a Ford 4x4 only used for3 months. *WATER FRONT CONTEMPORARY TRI-LEVEL KOMIl 4BR 2BA CH/A. over
Eagle 209 W. Madison St Starke, FL Example 14 x 60 2 bdrm. 2 bath beautiful paid $200. Make a good $25. 964-3939. 12 3,000 sq, ft. Georgeous view of the lake from the 3rd .level Living ream thet
964-9000. 2 Fleetwood as low as $130 mo. Call offer. Early-American Dining Chairs YESTERDAY'S TREASURES Has beds connects to a hug. outside deck. 2 Acres with an entire sprinkler .,steM.
225 ACRES CULTIVATED LAND FOR First Coast Mobile Homes 904-752- very nice $5.00 each. BOOKS many tools desks lamps, tables, sleepers Looks' Ilk. the Keystone golf course..Fantastic price.
LEASE: Location 225A across from 5207.4 Hems. Fri. Oct 12 A Sat Oct 13.MOVING pool tables and household items.Nextto *WONDERFUL QUIET COUNTRY HOME en .4 ACRESi Immaculate 3 M
1991 Fleetwood Doubtewide lap siding 7 Ed's at 304 E. Call St Starke. 9-5. home. CH/A on a main hard road. Priced to sell. This I Is the country heme
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY" deluxe carpet, sliding glass door fire SALE Furniture appliances M-F 9-2 Sat. 964-2966. 12 you've always wanted..Call for more detail.
place,a/c. Set up and delivered 0.00 miscellaneous. Oct.. 12 813 from 16 HP RIDING MOWER; Gas weedeaterwith *GORGEOUS BRICK HOME IN CITY LIMITS Any type financing I I.offered for
down to Landowners tradeins$245mo. 9 till. 1346 Blanding Street.YARD string and blade. 9643078. this ho..... 3 BR/2 BA w/CH/A. Fantastic neighborhood Kitchen ........,.
Old Louise Hunting Club. Short or long Call First Coast Mobile Homes 7 12BLUE
also comes w/washer A dry.r. Must sell. Make an appointment today with
term available.Call Casey 485-1266. 904-752-5207. .4 SALE. Infant thru 2T boys and CHIP COMPUTER: 60 meg hard Sandra Anne, Debbie or C .lIo. -
3FOR Infant toys. Sal Oct 13 from 8 til. disk keyboard monitor and printer *NICI MOBILE HOME LOTS. OWNER FINANCEl Low..low..down payment,
LEASE: 1,000 sq.ft and 2.000 sq. ft. LOST: ,& FOUND 1805 Raiford Rd. 7 $800. Over$600 worth of software on
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301 South Southpomt Plaza. 964- hard disk Inc.WordPerfects,PCTools.
8048 or 4733627. TFN 3 ,,' ." Qulcken3. Print Master plus several la.t. long. HURRY.
." ; "I'" .. Lost Golden Cockatoo 10 years old, on 'BOATS; others. Call 964-8212 after 6:30: p.m. -"
(MOBILE;HOMES, medication. Generous reward for : All In good working order less than 2
(, recovery. Call 964-5358. 5 yrs. old. 12
IFOR'SALE : 1376 SEACREST FT fiberglass.Good DINING TABLE a chairs and 2 drop-leaf
ANIMALS & trailer,25 hp Evinrude.Trolling motor, tables( Duncan File) .also 4 bar
MUST SELL) We have built new home PETS FOR SALE battery and tank $1000 782-3372 chairs,964-636212 ti
and must niovel 12x55 Mobile Home, 8 FRESH CUT ALICIA HAY IN ROLL Mulch
1980,2BR. BA CH&A,Well pump 4 BATHING dipping;Professional master .A for landscaping, 7823 40. tin I '!I
power pole Included. You move. Now groomer, dogs cats, boarding In .,y- ... 12 .,_ ,. ,($It, Itlry'r ? '
I only $9200 OBO. Great for starter shaded country area. Reasonablerates. : 'q" : 1> I '
home or 2nd home I Call 782-3634 964-9560 &. : ,6
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Insurance Collision Work FREE EstimatfisCR229 REALTOR ANE S. USHER 473-7541 K4-4211

Your Union County RealtorLake

N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133 Butler-Lake City

496-2126 or 755-3500

Additional Loss-Prevention
REDUCED..BRICK HOME..I 2 acre, fish pond fireplace. Must see this
lov.ly counryr horn to really appreciate all the xlrat.. Owner moving out of Personnel Needed.
area.....motivated to *ell NOW.
OWNER WILL FINANCE) On.acre and Mobil. Horn with cathedral celling Flexible Hours

Union County. .
'1 ACRE..2 ACRES.3 ACRES..4ACRES..I 5 acre.6 acre Owner will Apply in person at:
flnanc....Sultabl. for Mobil. Horn*.
APPROXIMATELY 34.S ACRES with Mobile Horn, pond with bridge, wood, Wal-Mart
1- privacy f.nc.and also boarded fnc on rood frontog. Union County Call for 1371 S. Walnut Street
appointment to *.a .
'1 ACRE to 3 ACRES: For al.Owner flnanc Own.r will alto f inane. septic Deerfoot Village Shopping Center
tank and well if buyer qualifies.
'2 LOTS for tale across from Lak. Butl.r Lake on SR 238. Own.r will finance at Starke, Florida.Accelerat.ed

m 10 percent for 5 yr*. to qualified buyer.

'2 BR BRICK HOME1 Block from Ho.pllol, with extra; "'rg. comer lot..CH/A
| EXJALHOUSINO plus appl., Seller motivated.

Susan M. F uIkn. GRI';CRa PresKjem' .
JANE S. USHER, REALTOR a a a a a a a a s a s
496-1126 I-BOO-71V-07M: 755-9500 .
ERA Faulkner Realty Inc. Your Union County Realtor./ ..If' I Don't Have 'f, I'll Find It I

Located Hwy..301.3 blocks South of C.R.. IOO.. 321 Lafayette Stl Realty inc.

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STORVi 4 BR 2BA 2400 ft. block building
*TWO plus approx. wq.
(versatile) 144-90 Thmk In g of buy in g orsellingr : 301 S. a
*311.iliA CI MOUSES on I 1/2 acre, assumable mtg. by qualifying 133-90 OUTLAW Call its! Hwy .
HWY It: with 3BR 2BA, brick veneer and block. Immaculate; kitchen } Evenings & Weekends Starke, FL : a
134.90 c. .
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.*FOOD BUSINESS excellent location, reported very good income. 129-90
*COLFVIEWi 2 nice building lot, owner financing 128-90 v'llomes .JYl erfront
Your Full S rvlc Real EstaU Office .-sLotAcietge
lot with doublewWe > blllt
*,ICINOSl.EY LAKE VILLAGE beautiful larg. on 5TA PL
'room and porch. Plus garage B utility buildlngi.Aitumable mtg. 127-90 .../ :ums ./CoxnznefCs .
HWY 301 N: approx. 3/4 Acre 186' on 301. 3BR/18O owner financing -
12690A DavieT L. Dc. t ,e. MS*. CR"*' ;;t-uciir e, spryS332I2 I 'REDUCED N.w 4BR/3Ba Brick Stove, Retrl Dishwasher CH/A. Sun
4BR 1 BA house plus large tore building good location 122-90 ;; ;,; Re *4-537o< ; : I Deck. 2240 SF, Garage, W.II t Septic 1 Ac., $75,000. '
1: A BEAUTIFUL HIGH LANDS; build or put Mobile Ham 121-90 !Fle>rld Slat*Crtff id I *1.79 ACRES IN THI COUNTRYi A-Frame CB w/Permonent Paint f tuete.
,Real E t t*> Appr i *f 4 3BR/2BA, CHtA. Fireplace. Family Room, Snack
30 ACRE FARM beautiful unique haul hat many extra Ownerfinancing "' : Bar Laundry Reese a
119-90 (((933550, 10x16 Utility Bldg w/Water I Elect., 75000.
,*CLOU TO HOSPITAL: good onumableVA loan 148-90 I LANDSCAPED CORNER LOT 3BR/2BA CB Home Large Family/ Reese
*ONLY $ ',too: for this beautiful doublewlde on 1 acr. 149-90 R 4 I w/Adolnlng| Screened Porch, CHtA Range Retrl a DISF. -"--.... IBM a
30 GREAT ACRES with beautiful horn,call now for appointment 15-90 Appralsali'tor"' I 75000. .. .
.* S4lOOOKyton/Melroearea 145-90 s 'ON THI WATERi 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick living Dining." FerMly
.f GOOD STARTER HOMES or Rental Income In Town. $19,900 98-90 Rooms. CHtA 2310 SF, Porches, 2.B Acres, $87,000. a
ik UNION COUNTY: MOBILE HOME on 2.25 acres 130-90 *CASUAL ELEGANCE Brick 4BR, 3Bo. F.PIoc. all appliance, pool, 9 oc. QUIET a PEACEFUli 3BR/2BA Two-Story Home Well a Septic. I Ac.
*IN TOWN NIc,3 BR, with CH/A. Call for more detail 68-90 I9B9 DOUBUWUM on 1.37 acres, total electric extra nice. $ 2,500. L $40.000. a
*PRICE REDUCED! 3 BR. IB A, with 2 BR.1BA M.H. Good rental Income all *EXCELLENT LOCATION: walk to everything. CB, 1200 *q. ft. 3/1. CH/A. MAKE AN OFFERI 28R/1BA Frame Screened Perches 14x16 IMHtvBldg .
tftli on 4 ocrei, torn owner financing. Lawtey or.... 108-90 *FARM HOUSEi3/1 on 10 acr., only $35.000. Ada") ocerag* avail. A W.II t Septic. Large) lot.
.TIRED OF WORKING FOR NOTHINGI! L.t the chicken dab* work on this *OWNER: FtNANCINGion Crosby lake Canal D/W CH/A.rge, ref. 34000. '8 ACRES IN THE COUNTRYi 3BR/2BA Doublewkle MM CHtA, Stove a aRefrl
active chicken farm. Ha two 30x600 .house. for chicken and a 3 BR, 1 BA *CONNttLY ESTATESiBrlck, 3/2, on 1 acr. Immac. cond.. landscaped yd. | $40,000.
.for you. All this on I ocr... 56-90 *SR 16W.OorvDW.. 3/2. CH/A. All Appl. 2 Ac.REDUCEDI 4 COMMERCIAL PROPERTYlI a
BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on Sampson Lake, Price lust reduced with *CONVENIENT. FENCED YARD. 2 BR, I BA. Inexpensive living. I WALNUT STREETl Two Building Suitable for Small Buslne*. per Rent.e Is
; owner financing. Lot I I. 100 x 720 64-90 *BEST AREA Stark, Brick Over 2000 *f. doubl garage on 2 larg. lot*. .Lease.
*CLOSE TO' SCHOOLS! 3 BR, 2 BA horn w/CH/A, on Pratt St:. Call far *40 ACRES Heavy timber. Highway frontage. Lawley area. HWY Ml SOUTH 200 Ft.on Highway. Plenty of Warehouse ..... s
j detail. 97-90 *LAKEFRONTi fI.h t Swim. Wend cottage. Furn. Sandy beoch. HWY 301 NORTH Salvage Yard with 3 BR/1 BA CB "-. SW Meklte
, *71 x 100 LOT with Lake privilege.$1695.00 114-90 *37 ACRESw/doublwkf CloM to Lawtey. Will dlvld. Owner Financing. s Home 40x60 Auto Repair Shop 3 Septic Tank a .4 Well., I. Acre.
II *((3)) LOTSi each 7S x 200' on paved road with privilege* to George Lak., all *NATIONALLY KNOWN ELECTRONICS BUSINESS for Sole to Qualified ,uy.r. | EAST CALL STREETl Office Bldg. For Rent or Lease a
I three lots 7800. 109-90 *NEW-BBAUTIFUU 2 Story ever 3500 *q. ft. unfinished.' U.S. 301 S.
*CLOSE TO SHOPPING! 2 BR. 2 BA, with Florida loom. fenced back yard.Call BRICK /liCH/A. walk to chopping quiet neighborhood. s aB
40 ACRESi Can be purchased In 20-Acre Tract. Near w-.. .
1 today for appointment 92.90 *LAWTEY AREA Spaclou older home. 3/2 Owner financed. ACRES Frontage on Hwy 225.
, HOME HOP. LOTSi Hwy 16 W. City Water 4 $ Owner Fmenctni.
BEAUTIFUL I STORY brick a cedar farm home. 4/2 1/2 IA on 36 Acr**. ) a
Call Our
of Professionally Shady Oak S/D. Breaker.
*FARM HOUSI BARNS 3 Goad Cloee to Storke.
on oc. area.
FOUR f-ACXE TRACTS Brooker Hwy. Frontage. Owner- .
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*CRYSTAL LAKE HOMISITS311CH/A.1300 SF. 1 ac. s THRU I.ACIIIIIIVU..ON' LonIroak..., Owner .............
jtfter Hours Call Thqs.Realtor Associates: *US Ml SOUTH Large triple wide 3/2 On ..5 plus oc. Close 1..1 I IW
Irene L. Faulkner..064-5142 Invite fnqutrle On Other" Listings Call Ut for Rentals EVEMNOSiA
II ItM DOUBLE WKMi NIc. 28' a S6V clot to Stark on 1.37 acre a Wevne Deugle*. 94 .6193 BIN D.d4.7B4 74M a
.' rt Darlene Qod.IJI...... S.2503 LAWTEY AREA, Nice 3BR. 1 1/2 BA. .4 ep. rentals. all/ on 1 acr. 944-74S4 BIM ee..9 e 4yBg4a
: .;.WUrell..ood7' Kyder.9649O4OThorns *COMME aALi U.S. 301 frontage, Owner finance. 3 plus acre..
, (Tom) Gro's.....9O467861 BUtlOINO LOT IN STARKE City water and sewer, good location 6000. a a A A a a a a a s
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'ND"I' -' Susan Faulkner 964-404818
HO'USE' build'Ing'I'IIDI'804J' Plumbing ,Deck*.Addition.
buildi nngpar.E. TWO APARTMENTS.3 br upstairs and 2 OWNER.. 3 Br, 2 bath, brick Country Major Repair 25 yrs. Expartenc
If!'! hou.... NO DOWN PAYMENT downstairs or whole house.Kltchen Club Estates,$65,000. ,call 964-4559 Local references. Woody. 98+ 405 ClAIIiniD ADVIRT SINO should be submitted Dally fr.m
Hwy furnished.Downtown Stark.$200 16DIVORCES before 7 a.m. or tier 6 p,m. for beat to the Lake Region Monitor of. Keystone Heights to HAS JAX. Leave
12 BaMth.9G48648 TEN each, 964-4990 13 flee In and In advance 6. leave NAS at 4
,.. .. .. result TFN 17 writing paid Keystone .m. p.m.
3BR,2 SA TH DOUBLE .i '' ''' I; H"" '" unless. credit
2X21 ARPORT' WIDE mobile home : STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE U already tobllihod Call 4734470. 4tFN
$990.NO DOWN on Grlffls Loop on private Jfl 9'tr'. \S, R .. SALES AND SERVICE: AH makes with this office.MONITOR TIMMR TO MJV-Coll 473-0454 for FREE
a* PAYMENT.Hend di House portable acreage.Stow and refrig.furnished, ,. .. I and model cleaned, oiled and adjusted STAFF CANNOT II HELD ..t.......... Please 'leave name end
,? : 7 Ny 301 South Starke.964.vlINIMlCI carpeted throughout.$325 month, $15. New and used sewing RESFONSIILI FOR MISTAKES IN number. 3tpdlo.1.11-25
4 r;or- .. ?2 $150 security, 282-7117 13 .$95-$150; WILLS$35-SO; machines. Hwy 233 &,18 (Morgan CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Ous ........' Pd.P.l.Ad.
) ;tABLE & chair and 2 drop-leaf 3 BR HOUSE FOR RENT, 782-3373 DEEDS, $20. MANY MORE SERV- Road)964-8733 TFN 17 THI TELEPHONE.Cloultiod .
to, taW( Duncan.Re.) 0646362fSTOVE 13WHY ICES AVAILABLE. Call Bradford WILLIAMS DISCOUNT AUTOMOTIVE dMxilln I. 11:00 a.m. T_..
r ,12 RENT? Homes for $1.00, repos. Secretarial Service, Inc., 964-2700. SERVICES: Quality work at lowest day prior to fhunday's publication.
& REFRIGERATOR 064-5060 Gov't give away programs) For Information tin 17 price All work guaranteed 9643412. Minimum charge!.$3.50 for 15 word., HELP WANTED
-1 or 064-4048, ask for Susan. 504-64&-O670, ext R9570MOBILE WATER SPECIALIST: Pump and well TF.N 17 then 15 cants for sock addlHonal word.
t12 13 repair, all make and models. Lifelong BE A PARALEOAL-Acoredltau member If bill ore mailed out, there will be a NEED II HONUT-peopIo/ don't like
*t>ak fire wood$50'-lull size pickup load, HOME FOR RENT Sleepy resident with many years..xperi.nce. NHSC, Attorney Instructed, Home $3.00 billing charge.Moiling to work but are not lory. Unlimited op-
.Call Collier Gnfffs at 9646529. portunity. Call 661-2917 evenings.Anytime .
*J Caji Tim, 406-3365 or 964-5100 Motel 064-5006 13 study Fin. aid avail.-FREE CATA- addroo: P.O. ton 1171
i4 12.GUN 2 BR Mobile home for rent Phone 964- 17PRESSURE LOG 1-800-660-2555 SCI Boca RA- Keyitone Hfs., R. 32656 on weekends. 21pdlO/U-1
8704. 13 WASHING: Houses, sidewalks COOK NIIDID-Buddy's lakafront
;: I NIFE SHOW.Buy. .sale trade.
2BR House In driveways, trailers, roofs and ton.FI. 33432 17 Restaurant near Melrosa. .....2010.
-.! Ammo and. war memos. Oct20421, desirable neighborhood MOBILE HOME MOVING win mow FOR SALE
,' B-5pm at American Legion, Hwy 41 large shady yard. Single person or roof repair Call 9646341. Terry mobile homes anywhere at low rate 2tchg10-l1-18 .
le. Call 064-7872. 13 Parks. TFN 17 0... Ou wII.? P.......,...
South Lake City. 1-472-6568 MOBIL Also cool sealing, call for free estimate SAniUTI SYSTEM repoueued duo to
\1 1,2 HOME: 2 BR on Grills Loop. CC CLEANING SERVICES: Immediate 752-8356 17 divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing
GENERATOR: $190 per mo., $200 dep. Call 336- opening for weekly and bi-weekly CERTIFIED CNA to do work In home with down. S3 /mo. 12721031.
24PaaiidA$675 one year 9593. cleaning.Carpets,tile,wallpaper,eta
't ago. Excellent 13 elderly Call Ann 064-871417 4tcha9/6-27 The City of Starke has an
condition.Only asking,$350.Call 782- 3 Br 2 Bath trailer, Grills Loop. 473- 782-3089. 17 WILLIAMS AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRONICS SATfLUTI SYSTEM-tlke new 6 mo. old opening for the position of
3688.:12 2217.13
:general repair on all make and with scrambler. Nothing down.
GENUINE CUBIO WhyRentHomesfor$1.00.Repos. GoVt pressure cleaning Includes windows model*, GM computer car our specialty $49/mo. 1-272-1018 4tchg9/6-27 Laborer in the Sanitation
it;J! ERY at below wholesale.CATALOG Give Away Programsl! For Information (outside only). Smglewide, $21.95; GM and ASE master technician 19N MOP-$200. Kimball Deluxe 400 Department The minimum
\ $1, Genuine Gems, PO Box 746 call 504-6490670 ext R-9579. Doublewide,$29.95.BradfordUnlonClay 20 yr*.exp. 964-7978 Orgon-t250 2 boots 1985 Cutlass/
SIiIIrIIa. Fl. J209.1 132BR Counties only. Call964- 961. 17 Supreme Brougham (needs requirements are,
.,COMMERCIAL'S! burner stainle12ss steel ,2BA Mobile Home for rent Part fur 17QUALITY block-SlSOO. 473-O249 Iv. message. graduation from an
Bunn coffee maker. 964-2815 nished. $175 per mo. $100 security. SEWING with an eye for per- { ;RV's&v: MP' RS 'I 2tcho10-4-11
12pbINING 964-6807 or 964-0411 Joyce. fecttonl Full service for all your clothIng .. approved high school or
17 FT.
ROOM 13 needs.Call 964-4757 964-8810.. :" ( : .:. :: 11\\', : : GED
btmlni & and
: SET. table with leaf 4 Johnson with tlltttrlm, top must have a valid
iZ chairs. and china cabinet, 964-2815 2 Bdrm trailer in Lawtey on private lot No If no answer leave message for Carol. 1987 COACHMAN TRAILER ,5th wheel full cover, and trailer, VERY good con. Florida Chauffeurs license.
12 children. 782-3344 13 MOBILE HOME ROOF COATING: Kool 29 ft., call! 782-3292 or 879-1133 dltlon.1t* DODGE D-MO-4WD truck.
aGENUINE TURQUOISE JEWELERY ," -,.. .. Seal (White or aluminum). Applies to 19 VI FS, AC cruise central I. Hit steering Applications will be
from New Mexico. Sterling or Rhodium : HELP 'WANTEDEASY :>>,.I yourslnglewide any size.Only 7995. 1969. 22 FT. EXPLORER motor home, wheel. Hoc. windows, stereo, received until 5:00: PM
t) ring, bracelet/ biker jewelery. Call 064-8961. 17 completely' self contained, $2800.call bedllner, toolbox' cargo light. step
V' $1 catalog-Genuine Gem. PO Box MOBILE HOME REPAIRS: Cool 485-1761. Brooker 19 bumper with equalizing hitch electric Friday, October 19, 1990.
!/ 748.,Starke. Ft,32091 12 WORKI EXCELLENT PAYI Assemble weather's coming get those door, broke controller, beautiful _ndltlo... Apply at the City of Starke,
SFHft AND MADE FLOP EARRED products at home. Call for windows repaired or replaced now. U HONDA dVIC-4-door 5 speed.
I .1 RABBITS.Just In time for Christmas, Information 504-641-8003 ext 9579. All mobile home repair with free AM/FM stereo cassette. Fuel efficient. City Hall, Personnel Office
W 782-3570 12 15$40,000yrl estimate Call 964-8961. 17 Very Good condition.377-7! I>6. 209 N. Thompson Street
V 351 CLEVELAND MOTOR $450 call READ BOOKS and TV REMODELING:New construction,no job ltchglO-11
".JJ Tobia O'Neal 064-3039 after 5 p.m. Scripts. Fill out simple like/don't like" too big or little. Call 964-7217 after 5 Ous Guswller', F4.Fol.Ad. Starke, Fla.
form. EASYI) Fun BE A PARALEGAL Accredited
2" relaxing at home or 064-3818 anytime (leave : 1976
|h fuller Brush! Products w Call for catalog beach, vacations. Guaranteed pay- p.m.message). Ken Koehler. 17 Attorney Instructed,Home Study,Fin.
;. 782-3354 aft 7.00: p.m.or964- 760... check. 24 HOUR Recording Reveals. WANT TO DRINK THATS YOUR BUSINESS Aid Free Catalog SCI 1-800-669- Home
12 801-379-2955 Ext FE1A3B WANT TO STOP? THAT'S 2555. 20 Equity LoansNo

'Bress/Glass dinette set $200 or best 15JOB OURSI Alcoholics Anonymous, 964- Nonsense! Less Qualifying!
; Offer can 7823953. 12 OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA 3619, 964-4150, 964-8614. 17
DOUBLE BED. $40; Single Bed. $30; Openings: available In several areas, CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. Free es Check Our 1-800-253-9413
v Baby Bed $45; Swing $15; Stroiler will, train. For infl. call: 7087428620ext timates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO., United Mortgage Companies
\,j $12.50. Call 473-4508. 12 362 15 owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559. 4131 N.W. 13th St.ainesvlll. .
'/ScienUfio Atlanta satellite system, good NEED EXTRA INCOME? Be an Avon TFN 17ALTERATIONS ClassifiedAds .. f I 32QO9
working cond..Must sell to move was representative, for Information call : zippers, hems buttonholes -
$850.now reduced to$650. ,Call aft Ramona at 782-3068. 15 patches.eto. Drop off and pick
t 6pm --064-6320 HOSPITAL JOBS, start $80/hr..your up. 7 days a week.7am-8pm.964- for
ATV 4 wheeler for sale. Like new,$2,000 area. No exp.necessary. For Info call 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from SOLAR POWERED GATE OPENERS
or best otter. Must see. Call 782- 1-900-226-9399 ext.1799.6am- Southside Elem. Hwy 100-TFN
3363 after 8:00.12: 8pm,7 days$12.95 phone fee.LEAD 11 Great Buys! I1T1TITJIJ1Bm'i' PowerGate Systems
;,)Double Wide 1985. 3 BR, 2 Bath GardenA 15 PAINTING AND PRESSURE WASHING:

;, 6208.12 Tub.HeatPumpStereoSystem.064-. Must GUITARIST be willing:to For practice.local country Serious band. Free estimates. Mike Cole. Call after Ul11U.I IllUJ.l (904)( ) 462-5495 S Year Limited Warranty
5pm.964-4111. _17_
JJ GOVERNMENT SEIZED vehicles from quiries only. Call Mike after 5 p.m.' - -
r e New Construction
m i and other confiscated\ properties. For WATKINS NEEDSA REPRESENTATIVEto Remodeling 1
,\'i* Buyers Guide 1-800-638-8178 ext sell high quality products meet AdditionsI
2120. Also evenings A. week- Interesting people,earn good money,
ends. 12 enjoy flexible hours,1-O904-782-3068 I /Call anytime 964-3818 (leave message) Wroubel TimberWe
'i Peas for sale- U-pjck or We Pick-0641 15EASY I I V I
4485 days or 0644729 .nights or WORKIEXCELLENT or 964-7217 after 6 pm. J
weekends. -C'12 PAYIAssemble products at home.Call

1 f 250 12i Gal..fueloil: tank. Call 7823625. for 9579 Information.15 504-641-8003. ext ',__. Ken. Koehler --/ Buy Pine Trees in

Now hiring cashior/clerk at Pe -,620 S. uncleared
] Walnut St. Cashier attendant at Town yard or on lots.
and Country Exxon,800 S.WalnutSt. *-: F, R'S\ IE

Bedroom t WfifKM/lr&vel. deck, DRIVER/DELIVERY 15 .-. Must have good Fill DirtTTop;Soil' : Call Ricky Wroubel
record and for
driving cares people. 282-2431
r front porch,apllanea furnish ad.$375.
Apply in person In-Home Medical, Small Loads of Llmerock :
per month plug deposit with 1 year 452 W. Madison St. 15 Large or
lease. 4 miles north of Starke on 301 c
SECRETARYRECEPTIONISTinHomeMedical Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer
.i. to NE 50th. ...t,10 NE 11th.righttoi Is looking for someone who },
1-/78-0314 13
sign. Phone -
\ cares for people. Good phone voice. 1 1
{l'OUN'ST SUBDIVISION. MOBILE Home Light bookkeeping and typing. ApplyIn 1r964 E{ .6182:.;;,f 964.5823' .. )9046O95'
lot*'for rent, water and sewer furnished person In-Home Medical. 452 W.
cable tv available. 782-3333 Madison St. 15 I r
TFN. 13 RN's LPN's CNA's and Ward Clerks. / t' t' t
/HAtF ACRE MOBILE FIOME 1 LOTS for Apply to Ramadan Hand InstituteLakeButler DURRANCE PUMP & SUPPLY "
rent. Close to prison., Call 468-1323. Hospital. 496-2323 15 r' S99POWN ;t Jt{$! 535 PER\WEEK
i! TFN '13 864 N.Temple Ave., Starke
f. MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT: 2 and 3 1OM'ES' FOR;.;SALE;1 Eves &: Weekends: 964-7578 '78 Ford F-1OO Pick-Up $
.' Bedrooms. Near Prison. Can 964-
6 Cyl. Std. Trans. 3595
'M _
8115 or 468-1323. TFN 13
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT: 1/2 Mile PERFECT FOR HORSE: Brick home on Drilling 80

'i I"i:,; from 13 City. Furnished.' 468-1323 TENMOBILE tion.1 acre Priced. All to fenced.sell. 468-2895.Excellent loca Residential & IrrIgation V8. Chevy Impala $995

.,. HOME LOTS WITH CITY 16 __ 80 Chev Chevette
/, 7498 TFN 13 LAKE SANTA FE I 4 Cyl. 4 Spd. Gas Saver 3588 $695

MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY $55,000. This 3 BR Mobile '78 Ford T-Bird

'c'p WATER.1 BATH 964-7498 SEWERCABLE TFN TV.13 2 BR. Home with 12 x 45 addition Pump Water Systems V8. AT. PS. PB. AC 3372 $695

1 1., WALDO. VILLAS are now renting & 90 ft. on the water has Sales & i 6 199 DOWN ; ,*#tj 40'PElil !WEEK
Information Equal Housing 468-1971.TFN Opportunity. For more MIND YOUR OWN Service On j 'SO Chev Chevette

\' BUSINESS 1560 sq. ft. 9644061 4 Cyl. AT. PS. PB. AC 36O1 1995
f r; IOW RENT. EFFICIENCY ROOMS, fur- office, building/home on 2 All Makes '
?' v ,:li"fished ,air' 'and, heat.?clean, nor acres In Starke. zoned light Lie 1305 79 Chev ClIO Pick-Up 1995
*",: *. roaches no drinking or dope parties Industrial. Only 75000. 6 Cyl. Std. Tran '3579
13DOG -- -
} allowed 964-6687 FINISH & SAVE 4 BR, '84 Mazda Pick-Up

'ti, 2 BA home on approx. 1 E-Z WHEELS 4 Cyl. 5 Spd. AC 03586 $1995
acre lot. This home needs '
Interior finish work. Only 80 Mazda S/W
1320 N. Temple Avenue Starke
,. 40000. 4 Cyl. 4 Spd. AC

LAKE SANTA FE 4 BR. $y'D6w.Ki' f#' $4C) 'pIR WEEK$
GONE 2 BA home with gorgeous C964-7783=::> <

trees beautiful clear 82 Pontiac T-1OOO $

swimming area dock & 4 Cyl. 4 Spd. AC '3596 2695
L boathouse. $119,000CALt.12821308 I : < Here Here
J; : Buy< Pay: n'fJ 84 Chev Citation
,,+t, ; *':' $2995
OR 4734816WATSON VS. AT. PS. PB. AC #3590
:L 'We Finance >" J3
'w" : .,
., ..
'" , '78 Mercury Cougar $2495

\, .. .- --I. V8. AT. PS. PB. AC 3577

Realty Corp. REALTORS MLSAFFORDABLE '84 Plymouth Duster

4 4 Spd. AC #3576$499)OWN 2995
-- Cyl.

t' Is a picture of a A heat pump l i 1fi{ } JjJt$4 pift tiEEtt

The-above "Where's eating F-R-M the T.H.E.APARTMENTS. anyone will feel '85 Ford LTD S/W '3495

F-R-M dog food?" Well It 'l!! io1t. V6. AT. PSt PB. AC #3597

tasted bit so of good It."Where's that the the dog dog ale" comfortablewith ; '85 Dodge Aries 8/W $O 495
every 922 E. Brownlee St. PS.
.. 4 Cyl, AT. PB AC O3514
'After he munched down the high Rd. '! ;:
F-R-M there was no reason Camp Blanding ", '83 Olds Cutlass
F energy Starke. TL 32O91 .t .. ,., i'
around.Dog'Gon. 964-7133 / '. ;'-- -'-' V6. AT. PS PB AC 3562 $3695

we missed the 2 & 3 BR. oriented with '86 Izuzu Pick-Up $
family .
.... 3695WEEKLY
l plqture bu ;to* hope laundry & large playground. IIul the Tress II.r 1200 bed pamp. 4 Cyl. 4 Spd 3S6O
you don't. .F'R'V 4 Ir.bound to pmvlde a long-luting
,, Dog Food the. FREE Electricity first month. fooling of con: fort. BcmIl8e the XI. "- CASH f SPECIALS' t
need.King Rent 30%of your monthly income 1200 Wcathertron heat pump!Ie backed by in exclusive: manul'actum'110IImJ year
feed they If you quality. d mrrmtym both the mmpr and all plus 2 years on putB. And '
.1 If you earn $3.35 per hr.. 40 hra. a the unit's super lufh efficiency helps reduce jrourenemr usae all rev kxij. 81 Chev Chevette $495
V Lumber week& have 3 dependent, your Call today br mm details on the XL 1200 heat pump. FInancIng available. 4 Cyl.1 Std. Economy Car #3578
rent would be about SI 12 a monthor
of Keystone $3.73 per day for day left In the '83 Chrysler N. Y.
: .month Qualified, for Single move-In Accepted.after the flrat --- COWARTAir 4 Cyl. AT. PS. PB. AC 3552 1495

nr 5 MI. N.. of Move-In coat can be as low as '83 Pontiac Firebird

Keystone on o SfC.Low a fnc Houmlnaofrourfneonw ere Conditioning Contractors VS. AT. PS. PB. AC #3545 1495

SR21 -r R.nlJor 30910 Serving Bradford CACO37638 County and I 964-8025 '83 Chev Cavalier $

43127V housumg U You Qualify .eanoundHa eeuntlea for over 18 year.. 4C 1,43 AC 3551 695t


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rap-around deck, watvrlronl. Realty Corp. "73. 816 chg8/30 tfn
$7 ,500. 473-0249 leave GENERAL HOME-Repalr. plumbing, R II
heat A air cond.,
rooting carpentry
m.s sag..4 tchg 1 o- .II.1 B.25
NEW IRICK.Horn*, 3BR/2BA. split plan, painting, doors, locks, sewersdrains. 6
Mil- 4732577. 2lchg-9-13-20 .
ings. RillS LAWN SERVICI-MowIng, raking, .n wy c r ,
4730340. 4tchg9-27-10-l8 edging. Call 4730165. 4tpd9-20-11-25 '.1..i
.V OWNER-A 6-yr.-old haul at 6-yr-old ELECTRICAL-Servlees' odd 'lobs; excellent wr -
prlc.No qualifying to oitum fixed In. work at reasonable prices. .
termt ra'. on this 2,000 .q.ft. brick 473-9157. 4tchg9-27-10-18 '
home. 3BR, 2 full baths, great room GOLD CREDIT-CARD-Caih Advance pro-. u f tRr,
wood itove. Fully equlpp.d modern gram. Visa/Mastercard Guaranteed.No
kitchen. Solar hot water. Storage attic. security deposit. 1-900-446-0040.
brick Paved $25 fee. 4tpd9.27/10-4-l _
Large f.nced yard polio Ve
DO YOU NEED-REPAIRS to home or r
dead end streetWalk to town. your &f T-iW f
TFN10-4 mobllehome? Call Bill at 4739470. :
$75.000. Call 4733756. !
REDUCED $400-90' Prime waterfront, 4tpd 10-M 11.18.25
260' dock Lake Santa Fe, 1700 tq.ft..
3BR/2BA, Like new. $169,500. NaomaJ.
Sassier, Reg. R.E. Broker 473-2717; 7&.s'kf
3BR/IBA-Hou 4731131 1tpdlO-ll on lake Hlllcreit, sell high quality products meet W l { M 9 s
$....000. $3.000 down, 10 percent Int interesting flexible people earn good money, ; tt. !r :' S-, ,, trY i
hours 109047823068EASY
Payment $400 per month. PH 473-4367 enjoy
or alter 6 p.m. 4755675. llnrfirMI WORKIEXCELLENT .t }
'Cut Gutwller' Pd.Pol.Ad. "AVIAssemble products athome Call RS
ear information. 504-641-6003 ext.
LAKE ACCESS-2 or 3BR mobile hornet. Septic tank pumpouts at reasonable i 1 .
U3/$155 per month Lake Geneva prices, also drain line repairs.Starke. i--
Rentals, ..73.7566.6mopd7.90-1-91 9648121. TFN 17
MOBILE HOME-2BR or 3BR$145/$155 per FLOOR SAOGIN.DOOR ___ .

momlh.Rentals 4737566.Lake access 6mopdlo12-27 Lake Geneva LEVEL DRAGGINHOUSE??LaRue Leveling OUT Service OF for New Members of Starke--Little-- Women's Club Attend First Meeting. .

NICELY SHADED-3/4 lot, MH hookup all your. foundation repairs. 473-7721. Front row, right to left:Kim Hardy Christy Shaw, Mary Thorton. Cheryl Lynn Moss.Heather Safer. Kim Gross. Glenda Rosier. Deena
Geneva 9043765938.) I BINGO I Is held at Keystone-Melrose I
Lake (
4tch9.27-10-4-11 American Legion Post 202 on Hwy 21 Parker. Back row. right to left:Julie Thomas, Tushina Van Zant. Christy Nazworth. Amy Jackson. Tiffany King.Missy Rosier. Kristi

ONI BEDROOM-Cottage, 1 block from on Saturday nights at 7 p.m. and on Ball Tonya Ann Tatum Amie Griffis.
Library $250/month water and garbage Sunday afternoons at 2 p.m
Included.4734961. 7 a.m.to 4:30p 'mo..pdlo- /12.20
.m. 4tchglO-4-25 'GJS GUSWILER"Pd.Pol.Ad.WILL .
3 BEDROOM HOUSE$400.00 a month. BABYSIT-ln my home. Monday. Bradford Little Women's Club Inducts I
782-3373 13 Friday, days. Ages 4 and up. Competitive
CLEAN MOBILE HOME. 2 BR, 1 1/2 "rot." .. 4732847. 2tpdlO-11-l8 Number of New Members for 199091The :
1/2 County 7 INSTALLEOr-or wallpaper. r
Bath on 1 acres. Clay
$250 mo. plus dep. 4732566WHi' ing aoi, */ ...oIlINMANS Carpet Service.
RENT? Homes for $1.00, repot.Gov't 4730293. 4tpd 1011.16.25.11/I
give away programs! For Information 1990-91 new memberswere following points, "be aware,
504-649-0670, ext. R-9579 YARD SALES inducted Monday, be cautious and think!" "Lock
: $
30ft AC/Cable/full camper for rent.bath.Singles preferred.furnished APERSON WAV-Block garage sale October 1, 1990 into the Little your car, take the keys with 4
Everything -
except cooking gas.$50 deposit Saturday, October 13, 8 to 5,children's Women's Club of Starke. The you, check the backseat when
$60, per week. References. 473-2647. clothes, bicycles, baby clothes, baby initiates wore pink entering, never pick up
4tchg10/11-25 carrier. Odds and ends. ItpdlO-ll carnations for the evening as strangers, use deadbolt lockson
TOOLS I-Sunday Oct. 14 8.5 2909 NE
3BR/IBA-lake Hlllcrest $350 month.
they listened to the creed, doors and windows. Theseare
PH473-4367 or alter 6, 4755675. 132nd Ave off SRI471 just above Lake
RENT WITH OPTION-To buy. DW on Deer Alto canal brQdge. Table saw, ideals and functions of the a few commonsense
Springs Lake, 2BR/1B with Florida wQndsurfar, lurnQlure, household service organization.Plans precautions said 1w
Room and $325 month. No Qtems. Watch for yellow sQgns.ltchgl0.1I .
carport. per
were discussed and Investigator Clark. "You
... 4732252. 1tpdlO-11 ?
'Gm p. Ouiwller1, Pd.Pel.Ad GIANT-Rummage Sale. Saturday, October made for the upcoming should also report strangers t;
13, 8:30 to 3 p.m, Florahoma Christmas Formal and lurking around the _
CARS19S9MERCURYGrand Church of God. 11 miles E. on Highway
100. ItchglO-H afterwards the girls drew neighborhood and even

Marquis, 4-DR. names for secret pals. obscene phone calls."

clean, loaded, one owner, $13000. Also during the evening, "Investigator Clark

'Cm 4732723.Guswller ItpdlO-ll I'd.PoI.Ad. the girls were addressed on imparted a great deal of
safety and common sense self useful information to the girls
I Union County AdsPERSONAL defense tips by Mr. Wiley and we appreciate his time -

Clark, investigator for the and effort," said Michelle 1990-91 Starke Little Women's Club Officers

State's Attorney office in Flynn 1990/91 sponsor of the Garb D.wik.1Richardson
Pictured left to rirfit are treasurer Stephens secretary I
SERVICESWELL MOBILE HOMES Bradford. While talking to Little Women's Club of vice president Leigh Ann Odom and president Kristy
FOR SALE the girls he stressed the Starke. Hamson.
man Well and Septic Tank Inc.- 244
Inch water wells Pumpssales, service 1991 FLEETWOOD DOUBLEWIDE with
Installation septic tank., lift lap-tiding, deluxe carpet, sliding glassy:: '1 _Z a w ,. 't
stationsNew installation drainfleld door, fireplace, air condition, seM>p "
repairs. Contact Bryan (Skeeter) and delivered. JO down to 'landownersor "Rewistei/! tVote
Jones-275-2004-. Jones- 2752716. 755 5207.trade-Ins. $245/montn. Call WHEELS Wow November 6
After 6 p m.- State licensed- work
guarenteed-estimates. 1/25 5tpd. END OF THE YEAR CLOSE-OUT Save
FORSYTH SEPTIC TANK SERVICE Lake $1 I.(oOO's, Example. 14X60 2 bedroom 2 1320 N. Temple Ave.
Butler, Pump Out and Repair, Minor bath Fleetwood as Iowa. Starke

2tchru.24 Plumbing Hr, seivlce.10/4.Repair.10/11.496-1479 28 yrs.or experience.4961022. FOR call$13OOO/month.:: RENT 4962842.2 Very Itchrg.Nice 10/4.Mobile Homes, 964-7783 ; ''r' '' I Come By And See Me

ASY WORKIEXCELLENT SPECIAL for a limited time only Buy a Buy Here a Pay Here eWe

YIAssemble products at home.Call roof 1991, Destiny 3/4 floors Sing, bay lewide windows with shingle sliding e Finance ____
for Information. 504-641-8003 ext.
For Your
9579 15 glas'i siding, ,doors For only, upgrarte$7995 Includes carpet deliveryand wood TRUCK PICKUP __

FOR SALE set-up Call today 9047521452. ,
2 bath, Fleetwood for only $12,995 Datsun$595.00 Needs
AKC PUPPY (DOBERMAN) Red-Rust 5 F.O.B First Coast Mobile Homes. Call 82 NISSAN -
wks. old wormed, tails cut also AKC todcy. 9047521452. l .
$495.00 Dn
chow pups, call anytime collect, SO SAD So sad for me, but so glad for Ton .
4963894. Itchrg. 10/11. you that First Coast Homes has 4 fully 85 FORD F-250 3/4 Ton. \\D"'l' :'( if' :lCU.n': i
REFRIGERATOR G.E., froitleis, almond oaded Homes that will be
color, good condition. $150. Coll at wholesale Destiny cost, no gimmicks, mon sold $595.00Dn Garry Seay t ..Jlty': ; !
496-2955. Itchrg. 10/11.
thly payments starting at$150 a month 86 MAZDA B-2000 1/2 Ton,
CARS AND TRUCKS call for details, 9047521452. Sales Representative __
$595.00 Dn
Another 3 BR, 1 Bath Mobile Home off
191 FORD 150 XLT 4X4 after some down 231 in Lake Butler 496-2599 75 FORD STATION WAGON- H The only automobile store Betty BanCFOI Chevrolet
WHY RENT? Homes for
payment, financing available. Farmers $1.00. repos. Low Mileage, Clean 1 Owner '
Gov't will 2600 N. Main Street Oalnsvlllc
and Dealer Bank. Call 496-2101. give away programs! For infor- you ever need. ,
mation 504 9- 2tchrg. 10/4, 10/11. New & Used Parts & Service 373-7581


85 NISSAN' 1/2 Ton

RENT OR RENT TO PURCHASE $160 to BEAUTIFUL 1.3 ACRE LOTS Choice of. $595.00 Dn
$200 monthly. Security creek or pond lots, down payment low I
quired. Sid s Mobile Home Park behind re as $495, down and $64 per month. 77 DATSUN 1/2 Ton Extra

ANOTHER SSS Hpd. 9/27.THREI TFN BEDROOM Mobile Owner Located financing 7 miles south, call of 904-496-2161 Lake Butler.," Clean. 1 Owner, Low LowMileage ilver Stars Square Dance Club
4tchrg. 10/11, 11/1.
Home H SR 231 In lake Butler, call 1d _
4962599. Itpd. 10/11 As Usual i ,

T a+ Pa'CE-W'SE t E -Tommy Z PAYMENTS Bray More than 70 million decks ol cards Western Square Dan ce" *L I .tff

sold each In the U.S :
are year f : .
.FOREMO .to Stores bring you Prices Start Manager First ((3)) Lessons "FREE"f f; .

10/11 :
PRICES Lessons, Start Oct. 15, 22 & 29 ;


:,{'1.t.JNHOUSE,!; !: .., ; :SPECIALS' ., THIS WEEK, < .Ny: Timei: 7:30:: '-':930:: pm ,

1 y LTR.CLUNYSCOTCH: ,: .a.:<$9 I Place:: Lawtey'community School
*750;'" SEAGRAM'S CROWN ROYAL -, 13.99 ,

SO 'SEAGRAM'S;' ? ?!!;'CROWN7.39'; ;; ; ; Call 964-2917 or 782-3229 *

;7S;, SEAGRAM'S'EXTRA DRYGIN13.99,: for more information :lie
1.75SMIRNOFF: .VODKA.'.BCV:( :" 14,99:: ---

LTREARLY t; ,TIMES:*:,-!,:', ',' "7,99 .,

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I Recovering From Fire, Bradford Furniture Has Rebuilt And Is ExpandingBy !

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Buster RohnKT Bradford Furniture... business to the extent that additional sought and received. rezoning of a feet for the first bed and 60 square Alvarez Rezone... I
A and seeks to large brick residence on SR-100 at feet for additional bed. Arthur Alvarez the
Staff Wrttwr sits plan to construct: a building room is needed, construct sought rezon-
The Bradford County' Zoning On an existing.was presented by an additional building for Its Theresas' to accomodate an adult The new addition will add 3,1H ing of one acre on SR-16,just west of
The additions will be 80 by 100 congregate living facility (ACLF) square feet to the existing building. time of theGllhooley
Board met for an hour Monday, Morris Williams.owner of Bradford use. Morgan Road one part
Sept. 17 and recommended ap- Furniture Co., located on US-301 feet and 30 by 80 feet. Bradford Fur.allure for ambulatory patients.The for 18 Odom Rezoning... property.
i all moved Its operation uptown facility approved patients Alvarez said he bought the
five items
proval on the agen- of Starke. in and Vemie Odom asked the property
The furniture manufacturing' after the fire, rebuilt a portion of the ,opened February now Zoning for the purpose of installing a
Board to recommend
in residence. Two the of
da.The board voted to recommendthe plant was destroyed by fire several burned plant, and now seeks to consolidate has bedrooms 19 patients have S patients each, but 1.46 acres on US-301S from rezoning open mobile home when he found the EA
adoption of a revised Hood ordinance years ago,leaving a cement slab un- its operations at the original Brumbaugh wants to provide addi- rural to Industrial light and (Exclusively Agricultural) zoning
and two requests for reaming damaged. Following the fire, the US-301N location. tional rooms to reduce the patient warehouse. The parcel is located classification requires a minimumof
It reviewed two sight plans and firm continued to operate on a Williams said Bradford FurnitureCo. load to two across from the Crosley Trailer 2.5 acres and 200 feet frontage for
approved both.County limited basis from other property .does not sell in the Starke area. per room. Manufacturing plant. obtaining a permit for a mobile
commissioners met while rebuilding on a portion of the Brumbuagh said regulations allow Odom said development of the property home, although a mobile home had
Wednesday Sept.%and upheld the existing slab.Bradford up to four patients per room as long Is under consideration and any been moved off the property recently. -
recommendations of the Zoning Furniture Co.employing Group Living... as required floor space is maintained. discussion of firm plans would be .
Board in each Instance. some'45 ,workers, has rebuilt the Last year Greg Brumbaugh Regulations require 80 square premature. The area has a number of mobile
homes in the immediate vicinity.

I H Self Storage; Units To Be, Built at Former Register Oil Bulk Plant on Thompson: StreetBy I

Busier Rohn phase the one Wiggins house the new Jr: Food Mart on US-301, residence at 417 S. Cherry St.,asked Ing Board to return a 5 acre tract in it will build an electrical' :
be razed to make room for final construction which has sufficient storage capacity the Zoning Board to rezone the Enterprise Park to its original station on the 4.78 acre parcel,
BCT Staff Writer for the products. parcel from Industrial to residential- classification, I-I. light industrial.The lying between CR-221 (Hampton
Freeman Register III submitted a RegIster said construction of the A zoning change Is not required professional (RP), In order for her tract had been rezoned to 1-2, Road) and US-301, just north of the
site. plan to the Starke Zoning Board first phase will begin in 90-120 days Removal of the storage tanksfollows to sell the property.The heavy industrial a couple of years CSX railroad crossing.The .
last Thursday Sept. 27, revealing but there Is no time table for completion the trend of recent years in prospective purchaser Becky ago when it was thought Florida sub-station to be completed In
his plans to convert the former of the project since the !second the wholesale petroleum business,in Crawford interested In buying the Rock Industries, Inc.would relocatethe 1894, will serve Hampton and Waldo
Register Oil Co. bulk plant at 308 S. and third phases depends on demand which independent dealers are being; house ands land if rezoning can be cement plant In the park. Areas Don Hunter representingFP&L
Thompson Street In Starkes to self- for warehouse space. phased out as company owned obtained, Schmitt said told the Zoning Board.
service storage warehouses. The new construction will require transport trucks make deliveries to Florida Rock renovated planton Hunter explained a sub-station
The Zoning Board recommended -permit from the Suwannee River high volume outlets either company Crawford is intersted In Edwards Road,rather than move receives 138,000 volts from transmission -
approval of the plan which will now Water Management District but acquiring owned, or convenient store chains. establishing an Adult Congregate into Enterprise Park. lines and converts it to 7,000
go before the Starke council: for final the permit should pose no The large tank trucks deliver 8,000 Living Facility (ACLF) on the Site, volts which is then sent throughdistribution
disposition. problem. Register will construct at the time. if reclassified and will accept The Zoning Board recommended lines to homes and small
Register said the large petroleum 10,000( square feet of new buildings, Ennviroonmeenntal regulations of re- residents that can take care of approval of the request. businesses. The transformers on
tanks will be removed from the but will be given credit for razing cent years require sealed tanks and themselves. poles converts the 7,000 volts to
premises which has been a Gulf Oil some 8,000 square feet.The remainIng other safeguards escalating In- Board Member Warney Adkinson County Zoning... 120-240 volts that is distributed to
wholesale distribution business for 4,000 square feet Is less than the vestments for gasoline retailers. moved to approve the reclassification Bradford County Zoning Board ap- homes etc.
70 founded In the 1920's by 5,000 square feet exempted from Small towns, such M Brooker that ,laying!!will upgrade the property proved a special exception for essen- The request will go before the
Registers grandfather, Freeman regulations. once had a half-dozen gasoline ,motion for approval. tial public services, Monday Oct. 1, Bradford County Board of Adjust-
Register Sr. Register Oil Co. will continue to retailers now have only one a convenience The was approved,and the for Florida Power firm Co. ment, Tuesday Oct. 23.
The self service warehouses will operate its tire and oil distribution store. Small Independent request will go before the Starke The large utility the Zon-
be built In three phases, as need from the same location, but fuel oil dealers can no longer afford to install council for final disposition
arises Register said. In the third and propane will be handled from the equipment.

I Mosher Schmitt Property... CHy'g Request...
From.Page IB Ida Sue Schmitt, who owns a The City of Starke asked the Zoo- $750

O'Neal said Mosher time grow into a hedge that will
misunderstood the special exception hide; the fence. ,
stipulations which do not provide O'Neal said the issue will be
six months to bring a parcel into reviewed for compliance in the : REWARD
compliance. Compliance must begin_ November meeting. SHEAR DESIGNPerin '
in a timely manner with a review of New Rules Tabled... *
progress being' made at the end of Last month new Rules of Procedure
six months. were presented to the board,
O'Neal said he visited the site outlining a number of procedures for For information leading to the
Wednesday afternoon, and found a the board to adopt in conducting Sale
privacy fence Installed that may not meetings including the swearing of return of goods (bar-b-q
be 6 feet high in all instances,and no witnesses and listing of witnesses
landscaping. A wide opening at the names prior to being able to address grill/smoker) taken early Sunday
entrance allows passersby to the board.
w* $3000
observe an ongoing salvage operation The BCBoA tabled the item for a 9 from
sometimes" referred. to as a month to allow board members an S Only morning, September ,
"Junk yard. opportunity to study the proposal
After some discussion, BCBoA prior to approving it. Western Steer Steakhouse. Call
.Member Colin Davis moved to allow In the Wednesday night meeting.
N and H Auto Salvage 45 days to br- Chairman Mark Hardenbrook sug- "We Like To Keep You Looking Good" 964-8061 or 964-5400 with
ing the business Into compliance- gested the item be tabled for a second -
cluding a gate that Is to closed"at time,since"the board is underno information.
all times it doesn't hinder operations pressure to adopt the measure" :: 737 S. Walnut 964-4645. 4151
.: and shrubbery that will I in and only three of the five memberswere

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1,273 Discount2,267

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