Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01887
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 18, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01887
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Virginia and Gary Smith, 7710 SE .-- -- ..., Set Oct. 2728In
Country Road 234, Gainsville. 32601, J
are starting a support grouplinformatlon y .\. I
service for people who .!I*

have, or think they may have, "',-,
Lyme Disease. For further infor-
mation, call 3737087.Vaccinatins Downtown

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The Bradford County Public A big weekend is in store for area poster and T-shirt for this festival.
Health Department will be offering residents at the fifth annual Starke Judges were invited months ago to
Influenza and Pneumococcal vac- .; Festival of the Arts set next Saturday award prizes in the juried art and
cinations for $5 each, beginning and Sunday, October 27-28. crafts show, which means the show
Friday, Sept. 28, from 1:30-4 p.m., r The festival, set on historic Call display set-ups are judged and the
and each Friday thereafter throughthe Street in downtown Starke, will run artists are eligible to win prize
month of October. 4i from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. money. The jurors (judges) are Nor-
Health officials emphasize the V 27, and from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, man Jensen painter and instructorat
use of the vaccines for the elderly f Oct. 28. SFCC, and Nancy Merrill, a fiber
and other people with health A country music show is set from artist from Gainesville.The .
that make them more problems likelyto H' iT 7-8:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, in the final days prior to the festivalare
be seriously ill or to die from the :.!' downtown plaza, the parking lot of most hectic as the entertainment
flu or its complications. SFCC's Andrews Center. The show schedule is finalized, artists' infor
will feature rising star Tamra Lee mation packets are stuffed, booth
and The Comstock Lode, who have spaces are confirmed, and dozens of
Blood Drive... ;4 CR shared billing with some of country -shirts are folded.
music's biggest acts, including Hank Some 10,000 spectators are expected
The Civltan Regional Blood Williams, Jr., Reba Mclntire to visit the Call Street festival I
Center will hold a 2 day blood drivein George Straight Gordon Lighfoot Oct. 27-28. Original art work will be
Starke,Thursday-Friday, Oct. !T Mickey Gilley, Michael Murphy and exhibited by ceramists painters,
17-19. Janie Frickie. Featured in a recent photrgraphers, sculptors jewelers,
Bloodmobile Schedule: 0" .. commercial for Disney World's and other artists and crafts people
Thursday, Oct. 18: ... "pleasure Island" Tamra Lee has from across the country. Art
Andrews Center, 8 a.m. to 12 made personal appearances at Billy presented will range from hand-
noon ai Bob's in Fort Worth Church Street thrown ceramic pots to wildlife painting
Wal-Mart, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Station, the Sagebrush Cattle Com- to blown glass.Performances .
pany in Orlando, as well as many TV by musicians,
Friday, Oct. 19: appearances on top shows such as singers and dancers
Bradford Square, 9 a.m. to 1 the Louisana Hayride. every hour of both Saturday and

p.m.Bradford Some 80 artists have signed up for Sunday.The .
Hospital, 2 p.m. to 5:30 the festival, according to Director children's area include
Nancee Clark. This year the festival "Storybook Land" where favorite
p.m.DT will include a local craft section, Ms. characters come to life and the kids
Progress... Clark says.A get to be videotaped while acting out
The Downtown Progress Committee ..yrl.. 4 4'f large children's section called supporting roles. Hands on activities
will meet at 7:30: p.m., today, Story Book Land is set inside the range from drawing to mask making
Thursday, Oct. 18, in Starke city .. SFCC Andrews Center. to face painting. At the Children'
hall, to discuss a grant application l Constant entertainment is plannedin Emporium kids can buy original
for further renovation of downtown .,, ., s + the SFCC parking lot for the 2-day work by: festival artists at "piggybank"
properties. All downtown property event, says Ms. Clark. prices.
t. i The food still More than $9,000 in festival cash
owners are urged to attend. 2 A section being planned -
'r. % 'M will include homemade pies and prizes and purchase awards will go
.... ...' .- Post 314 TO(..t... .. .. 1 .. .: _- chicken wings and funnel cakes. awards are Central Telephone ComO -
Ten months of and effort E.I. DuPont Farmers &
American Legion Post no. 314 One of these 5 Coeds Will Be BUS Homecoming Queen... are behind the 1990 planning Starke Festivalof ers Bank of Lake, Bultler
will hold its regular at 8p.m.
meeting the Arts. "After the first Harlis Ellington Construction Co. of
In student body elections set Monday morning Oct. planning
All members, tonight, Thursday,to Oct.attend.18. 22, one of these Bradford High coeds will be elected Hampton, and Mindy Gnann,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. session in January, committee Lake Butler, and Hillandale Farmsof
are urged Plen Gnann of Theressa.The .
queen of the 1990 homecoming set next Thursday and members began raising some basic Union County.The .
Carl Hail Post Commander
queen will be crowned at the climax of the Tornado "
Friday Oct. 2526. questions, said coordinator Nancee Starke Festival of the Arts is
Gator QB Club... The young ladies, all seniors, are: Whirl set for 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25, In the foot- Clark. "What is the festival theme? sponsored by Santa Fe Community
ball stadium. Classes will perform skits, the Who will provide entertainment for College Santa Fe Endowment Corporation -
The Starke Quarterback Club will Bottom cheerleaders will cheer Coach David Nurse will Introduce the Saturday evening concert? And, the City of Starke and the
meet : Monika Williams daughter; of Ms. the football team, and the BHS band will play. Starke-Bradford Chamber of
tonight, Thursday, Oct. 18, at Melverlne what will the layout of the festivalbe County
the Bradford Fairgrounds. Social Cunningham of Gainesville and Bobby The new queen and her court will ride In a special ?" Commerce. Rick Sullivan is chair
hour at 7:30 p.m., followed by Williams of Starke, and Christina Bath, daughter of float In the homecoming parade set at 1 p.m. Friday Early on, artist "Sam" Ann man of the Chamber's festival com-
Mr. and
Mrs. Mickey Bath of Brocket-.
Oct. 26. The parade route: west on Street,
regular meeting. There will be a Washington Ramsden was invited to design the mittee.
speaker from the University of south on Orange Street east on Walnut Street, and -
Florida. In rear: Holly Mersey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. north on US-301 back to Washington Street. -
The club will be taking a bus to John Wayne Hersey of Theressa; Amy Horne, BHS plays Paxon High of Jacksonville at 8 p.m. Fri- Crematorium RehearingSet I
the Fla.-Ga. game In Jax and to the daughter of Joann Shadd of Starke and Bill Home of day In the homecoming football game.

Fla.-FSP game in Tallahassee. Bus _._ I Oct. 25 Before City Bd. 1
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seats are $20 each. Call Hazel Hardy ...
ph. 964-7451 for more information .
A petition for rehearing filed by classification allowed-an incinerator
Thermo Environmental Systems, Inc. (crematorium) to operate in the ci
(TES, Inc.) will be discussed by the ty's industrial park called Enter-
Baker Tickets... Starke Board of Adjustment next prise Park on SR-100 south.In .
500 tickets to the Baker High foot- Thursday, Oct. 25, at 7:30: p.m. in ci- its rehearing petition TES, Inc
ball game will be on sale in the ty hall. offered to modify its plans and con-
BHS Business Office, Friday, Oct. In a petition filed September 26, struct a "traditional' crematoriumwith
19. Come early. V44r TES, Inc. appealed the Board of Ad- a 150-pound per hour capacity
justment's decision of August 15 in a building smaller than needed for
DEC Meeting... overturning an earlier opinion of an Incinerator with a 500-pound per
Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal that
I The Bradford County Democratic Starke's light industrial zoning (See Crematorium..p.2\)
Executive Committee will meet at
7 p.m., Friday, Oct. 19, at the Bradford -
Family Restaurant. All
members are urged to attend.
Planning for the Tri-county Rally,
set for Saturday, Oct. 20, at the .

Friday Friends... )

Friday Friends of the Methodist
Church will meet at noon, Friday
Oct. 19.Because.
of the rummage sale,
Friday Friends will meet in the .
nursery. Please bring finger foods .

and story.your Bring favorite a friend.poem or short 3 Class Princesses Are Already Elected... j.r "I: _

Class princesses for the BHS homecoming are l-r): of Asberry Woods of Hampton,' and freshman Heather
Junior Bridget Holder daughter of Carolyn and Curtis Kersey, daughter of Mr. and Mr*.John Wayne Hersey
Rummage Sale... Holder of Lawtey; sophomore Aellcla Woods daughter of Theressa. Each will ride on a class float in the i '

Bargains galore at the Rummage homecoming parade.
Sale being held in the First United
Methodist Church Fellowship Hall,
8:30: to 2 p.m., Friday and Satur-
day, Oct. 1920. Democrats to Rally Here Saturday

Free Chicken Dinner... rot 1a
The Bradford County Fairgrounds will be the scene palgn for governor and lieutenant governor will be L
A tri-county rally and free of a Tri-County Democratic Rally this Saturday. Oct. welcome.
chicken and rice supper will be 20 sponsored by the Executive Committees of Baker,
held by the Democratic Committees Bradford, and Union Counties. Pete Peterson of Marianna is a candidate for the U.S.
of Bradford, Baker and Union Free chicken and rice plates,with all the trimmings, Congressional seat held by Bill Grant who switched
Counties, 5-7 p.m., Saturday. Oct. will be served from 5-9 p.m. to all comers.The public is parties after being elected as a Democrat in the 1988
20, at the Bradford Fairgrounds.All invited.All election.
Democrataic candidates are Democrat nominees, state and local, are scheduled The rally is honoring all Democratic candidates with *
Invited to speak. The public is in- to make brief speeches, Including Pete Peterson for special emphasis on Senator Lawton Chiles who is : :
vited. Congress, George Stuart for State Treasurer, Jim seeking the Florida governorship after an 18-year
Minter for Secretary of State, and George Crady, Dist. career in the U.S. Senate. Sen. Chiles, who is spendingthe
Upcoming... 13 State Representative, who has no opposition. pre-election weeks mostly campaigning in
Besides chicken and rice, the menu will Include bak- populous south Florida, has not committed to attend
Public meetings scheduled in the ed beans, cole slaw, and iced tea. the rally but members of the Democratic Executive
coming weeks are: Balloons, buttons, T-shirts,and bumper stickers will Committee hope he will drop by if be attends the UF
Bradford County School Board be available. Contributions to Chiles/MacKay cam- homecoming game the same day.
meets at 7p m., Monday Oct. 22,
in the Administration; Building on- -
N. Temple Ave. Latest Drug Abuse Meeting Poorly Attended -

Bradford County Board of Adjustment '-' .,
meets at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, lust.7icihn on substance abuse sponsorecToy the Ting"'VPKat can 6e done go etUis people New Cheerleader...
Oct. 23, In City Hall. By "
committee. out? have recruited Brad of
Tornado cheerleader Hamilton BOO Mr. and
Starke Zoning Board and Boardof .CT Staff Wrtt" .r _, When the program began, there Appearing on the program being Mrs.Jim Womack of Hampton Lake and Brian Hamilton of Orange Park,
Adjustment meets Thursday Laurie Conti, educational were 13 parents In the meetingroom held In Starke Elementary School, to Join them on sideline each Friday night.
Oct. 25, at 7 p.m., in City Hall.. counselor for the Bradford County with two or three more com- were Barry Frenchman, counselor Hamilton was runner-up to the state champion In wrestling In the
Parent Education Committee, ing in late.Deputy Sheriff Jim Gill,a with- the Bradford-Union-Putnam- 131-pound level. His 3-year wrestling record at BUS Is ...7.1. Bet Brad
lamented the poor attendance Mon- participant on the program, also (See Drug Abtise...p.i ) doesn't take too much kidding about being a cheerleader.
day night, Oct.. 14, for the program mentioned the tow attendance, ask-_


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Page ZA TELEGRAPH October 30.1990Varsity -

it T Worth Volleyball Team 10-3 Loses to BuchholzThe

1 t' varsity volleyball-team met Buchholz, but- mental mistakes and the Bobcats to only 1 point, then ad- squad had a two game victory,winn- week with a three game schedule:
oting the Buchholz Bobcats in a return loss of concentration can make a difference ding the final 3, clinched the win. ing first 15-13, then 154 Today, Thursday, October 18, the
match, Thursday, October 11, in in closely matched play, Tornadoes travel to Green Cove Spr-
Gainesville, but could not avenge the DIggs says. In the third game, the Tornadoeswere N. Marlon led at one point 8-2, buta ings; Monday, Oct. 22 they will go to
OES Banquet... early loss received in the Tornado The first game was tied at 3-3 after left scoreless for five serves, four point run, a five point run anda Gainesville Eastside, and Tuesday
Frances Chapter no. 140 OES will gym September 17. the first round of serving,then Brad- scored 1 on the sixth serve, and were final four point run left the Colts Oct. 23, the final game is at home
hold its 40th anniversary banquet Buchholz has not been defeated ford led 4-3, were tied at 4 and againat led 9-1 after the first round. Final holding at 15-13. versus Gainesville High.
after two rounds 415. The second was hard fought
score was game
this in district Brad- 5.
In year play, says
Oct. 20, at 7:30 ,
Saturday, p.m.
the Bradford Middle School ford coach Inez DIggs, and Is the top Buchholz then had a 5 point run, In the series, Laytoyia Sims serv- until at a score of 8-6, Bradford, Tuesday, at home,.will be .Senior
Cafeteria. Tickets, $12. seeded team in the district. 5-10, but the Tornadoes came back ed 7 points with 1 kill; Rita Stepheny Charmil Spooner served a seven night continue a tradition of
The public is invited. and scored 4, bringing the score served 6 points with 1 dig; Monika point streak to win 158. recognizing and honoring the senior
The Tornadoes won the second back to 9-10. A last 5 point run by Williams served 5 points, 2 aces, 7 In the match, Charmil served 8 players on the team at season end.
Class of 1970... game by a walk-away score of 15-6, Buchholz laid the game aside, 915. kills and 1 dig; Latara Jackson serv- Rita Monika Williams served 7, Varsity game starts at 6 p.m. with
The second Bradford led ed Stepheny 6, Aurilla Williams 5, JV starting at 5 p.m.
but could not keep the momentum game 4 points, 2 blocks, 3 kills; Aurilla
The final planning meeting for their and the with 3 quick points, added 2 more Williams served points, 1 ace, 4 Laytoyia Sims 3 and Latara Jackson The district tournament is
the BHS Class of 1970 is set for 7 final going game 4-15 way,,after a dropped close first and led 51. Each team scored sine kills and 6 blocks; Charmil Spooner 1. Brandy Ross had 1 kill and 1 dig. scheduled for Thursday and Friday
p.m., Monday, Oct. 22, at home of frame, 13-15. points, the Tornadoes served 2 points.Playing The season record is now 10-3, witha November 1 and 2. Time and team
Cindy Futch, ph. 964-8953. The match shows that the Tor- scores of 5-2, &-3, 7-4. 8-5. North Marlon at home, district record of 6-3. pairings will be announced next

Red Ribbons... .dlM'll arp capable of playing with A Tornado run of 4, while holding Monday, October 15, The Tornado The regular season will end next week.

Monday-Friday National Red for,Ribbon Oct.schools 22-26.week Show and w 'VT ...;" -. '. High-Q Teams 2-0

your support our HI IIf .,.. I
community by displaying red rib- yt },
bons and wearing red clothing, ,

Wednesday, Oct. 24. t After Beating W. Nassau :

FAD Meeting... C- {I
will hold The Bradford High High-Q teams way it started it, With a 65-point Ii i
Against Drugs -
upped their records to 2-0 versus unanswered run. The JV was led by I
its monthly meeting at 7:30 ,
Mike Rowell who correctly responded I
Oct. 23 at the Vo tech West Nassau in the Oct. 9 home
Tuesday, ,
opener. on 80 percent of his toss-up ques-
Center. The Tornado varsity defeated the tions. Chipping in for the junior Tor-

Seminole Boosters... Warriors 170-96 on the strength of a nadoes were Mark King with three
110-point first-half run, erasing a correct answers; Captain Ethan
The Bradford-Union Seminole 15-point deficit and pushing the Caren and Jonathan Smith each add
Boosters will meet at 7 p.m., Tues- home team to a lead of 92 points.The ed two correct responses. King knew
day, Oct. 23, at the Elks Lodge. scoring was lead by Captain Michael that astronauts Gus Grissom, Roger
Wear your tacky Seminole outfit. Becker who was 10 for 16 on toss-up Chafee and Edward White were killed
Donations accepted. questions. Joel Caren snapped out of in an "Apollo" capsule.
his recent slump with a 4 for 4 day on Over-all, the combined BHS HighQ -
BHS Alumni... p t toss-ups. Becker responded quickly teams answered 27 of 43, or 62.81
BHS Alumni Association will hold when asked what his sphere of on toss-up questions. On bonus ques-
its regular meeting Tuesday, Oct. i authority of a court was known as. tions, the teams were 17 of 28, 60.77.
23, at the Western Steer Family The correct answer was "jurisdiction. Coach Stanley Crawford was disap-
Steakhouse, beginning with a ." pointed with the varsity's bonus
dutch-treat dinner at 6 p.m., followed After last week's first-ever over- percentage, although he admits that
by the business meeting at 7. All time match, the JV High-Q team our percentage is way above last
alumni and friends are invited. looked for an easy win and got it by year.'
posting a 134-24 victory against West
Nassau's JV. They opened the Upcoming...
match with a strong first-half run to Bradford goes on the road next
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Library Storytime... -- record a 69-0 lead over the JV War- week to play Hilliard.
The Bradford County Public Artists in Schools Opens Again... riors. The Warriors rebounded by The next home match will be Tues-

Library Fall Storyhour begins witha The first In a series again this year, Ajamu Mutima, rythmic beats on the drums.In scoring the first 22 points of the se- day, Oct. 23, at 3:30 p.m. in the BHS
"Barn Dance." an African storyteller and drummer, visits classroomsat the background are Artists In Schools program cond half; but the JV Tornado JV media center. The public is invitedto
Day Care centers will meet Starke Elementary school, keeping listeners en- director Donna Gruen (standing) and Starke Elemen- closed the match almost. exactly the attend.
Wednesdays, 10-11 a.m., Oct. thralled with his tales of adventure, punctuated with tary teacher Regina Burkhalter (seated at desk).
10-Nov. 7.Preschoolers. Crematorium! I

Thursdays, 10-11 will a.m.meet, Oct. 11-Nov. African Storyteller, Drummer Performs in SchoolsBeginning waste materials, which were mentioned
8. (from page I A) in the"intent to issue permit"
Call ph. 964-6400 to register your the second year of a Gainesville, Mutima is the first in a Starke Elementary teacher Donna hour as was previously published by DER last spring.According .
child. "Special Artists in Schools" program series of artists and craftsmen to be Gruen learned of the program and proposed.Thermo capacity. to the City of Starke
Ajamu Mutima, an African brought to the elementary schools wrote the grant request more than a said its permit application zoning code, the crematorium is a
DuPont Dinner... storyteller and drummer, was this year by the Florida Arts year ago, to run fora five year term. with DER (Florida's Depart- moot issue, since the code does not
brought to the Bradford Elementary Celebration Artists in Eighteen different
The DuPont 25 club dinner Special artists were ment of Environmental Regulation) provide for the Board of Adjustmentto ,
year School
system by director Schools the brought to the schools last
program Program sponsored including
will be held Friday, Oct. 26, in Donna Gruen. by year, would be revised and refiled, askingfor rehear a petition.According to the
Building A, Bradford County Thomas Center. a potter, sculptor, water col- approval of a crematory facility, rules, Thermo's only option now
Financed through a $2,000 This is artist musical
grant a regional program that is or concerts and in
to other biological would be to Circuit Court.
no an appeal
Fairgrounds. from the with: reference
Thomas Center in available to area schools. Locally, strumentalists.

Festival of the Arts...
Need An Electrician? TFN782ftOtt
The Santa Fe Community College Drug Abuse..
needs workers for the 5th annual call DAN WAINWRIGHT J
Starke Festival of the Arts, set for ing through a short ritual and During those trying times,for both -36 Yrs. Ex
October 27 & 28. If you can help, from page lA) emerging as a" man with" dult" the child and his parentrthere-nceds I'C' SiI'Iglo do 3 Phase R.easoJlVSPriced Work_
call SFCC at 964-5382 or the Guidance Clinic; Lenard Perry, responsibilities in a short period of to be understanding and respect.
Chamber of Commerce, 9645278. rehabilitation case worker with the time, according to Frenchman.
The Festival of the Arts has Metamorphorsis Program in Rebellion is an important part of
opened an office at 200 East Call Gainesville; Caroline Springer, the adolescence period, and is the -
St., on the second floor. The office substance abuse therapist witht the root cause of many battles betweena
will be open Monday, Wednesdaysand same organiation, and Jim Gill, teenager and his parents. At the
Fridays, 10 a.m.. to 3 p.m. Bradford County deputy sheriff. same time, he or she feels the need ;
Frenchman said adolescence to conform to their peers, acting and 4NAPANAPA's
KLPOA Meet... begins with some people!' at age 8 and dressing in the same behavior modeas
lasts into the mid-20's with some. others in their age group.In .
The Kingsley Lake Property Others pass through that stage at the past several years, life ex-
Owners Association will hold a younger ages as they become self- pectancy has increased for all age t
covered dish supper at 6:30: p.m., sufficient. A young person is said to groups, except those 16-24 years old.
Saturday, Oct)27, at the Civic grow out of adolescence when he or Accidents, suicide and homicides
Center. she becomes independent and takes continue to take their toll of young
Guests are invited to join the charge of his or her own life, Fren- people in that age bracket, Fren-
membership at this meeting to chman said. chman told the assembly.
celebrate Kingsley's being Long stages of adolescence is buying
designated and outstanding Florida relatively new, with young people Lake Butler Singles [
Water.A staying in school longer and remain Club Dance Set
special painting exhibit by Bon- ing dependent on parents or others
nie Crews and her mother, Mrs. for extended periods. Frenchman On Oct. 20, the Rock Bluff Band drives _
Mildred Crews will be displayed. pointed out that there was no will be playing for listening and dancing power
adolescence period 150 years ago, pleasure at the Community _
because adult responsibilities came Center In Lake Butler.A .
early in life, and the society could donation of $4 for members and down pilcesa
Clean-up Week... not afford long terms of dependenceby $5 for guests will be collected. Danc-
Mayor Ed Wall has proclaimed young adults.In ing will be from 8 to 12 midnight. All _
some societies, adolescencelasts singles 25 and over are welcome.
Starke "Clean-Up Week, Monday- Providing over 125,000 to
about one hour, with a boy go- BYOB; set-ups are provided. parts
Friday, October 22-26.
more than 6700 stores nationwide
The Beautification Committee of ----- i'
the Starke-Bradford Chamber of j gives NAPA superior buying power ; "

Commerce petitioned the mayor to George Roberts Insurance Inc. with its manufacturers. Will A Valvoiine10W30.
make the .
proclamation.Committee 'r 10W40,
That better and
means prices to
Chairwoman Marjorie you 20W50. SAE3045W30 (
Thompson said, "Every citizen is i NMWj competitive prices throughll ValvDlineB1VJK

asked to by show doing pride whatever in the community possibleto 986 North Temple Avenue Betterout the store. Everyday. Bike! 99'"

make our streets litter free, Yours/jndtptndcnt } ., One winner, per participating NAPA Auto Parts .
especially during this week whenwe ((904)) 964-7826 asnonce i AGENT illiiirMrMlii Store. No purchase necessary You do not
will be hosting so many out of .snv.a..eu ww.T w have to.be present to win. NAPA employees per qt Umit ca-.
( and their relatives are not eligible. Drawing to While auppl..alaat
town be held 12/15/90 See store for details.


Attention all ghoulies, ghasties M
and gnostics..There will be lots of Automobile Homeowner
fun, games and food for local Spark Plug Sale
children Monday, Oct. 29, 4-5 p.m., Insurance Most Resistor popular or numbers.
at the library.The Life & Health Insurance ; T AC non-resistor plugs.
annual Halloween party will S9C Safe price
be hosted by Girl Scout Cadette Auto l w. .f a ESL:Rebate.Pv WW,
Troop no. 520 and friends of the (fiMichigan Millers Owners The 75 Month NAPA
library. .' Comp.UI Insurance LEGEND" Battery a 'f,'
) w eliange m.M oale 99*saL priceTl
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Special Olympics...
w..xchanoa .148 FI coal
S39J35 "C
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Bradford County Special Olympics CIGNAlllstats r: w/rebwe.lima IS.
will hold a car wash, 9 a.m. to 40 Month Battery AH sizes S31.$5 __ x ChampionNEW
5 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 3, on the sata li w. UH tCASUAUV Ultramatlc
parking lot of the Community State $34.85 $4185 990
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Lawtey City Council Unsure. of City Av Limits"

Does like to satisfy everybody," in," he 1 told his council several been customary a fee of 5% of proved by the council at 'a other jobs such as a corrections officer -
the times. the salary of the office being sought.It September meeting. with DOC, are willing to work
who lives on the east side, Certificates of deposit at local was determined that the Mayor Scott questioned the hiring for no salary to keep their certification -
most controversial.Some ci- banks have been cashed in to make customary 5% fee would more than by Chief Jordan, without getting C..T..nl
say he is nofln the city, up the deficit this year, Scott said. cover the cost of the election in addi- council approval, but after review- In Other Business...
action town."I'd say they don't know, so the Money is not available for a com- tion to the 1% fee to Tallahassee, ing the tapes of the September Bud Barber used his personal
are was proposed. plete survey, so it was decided to sothe 5% rate was continued.The meeting, agreed that the Chief was truck for garbage collection for
A keep talking about spending wait until a complete survey can be council also adopted a resolu- given authority to make the decision about two weeks while the city truck
was pr money," Mayor Scott told the made before any action is taken.A tion urging all voters to support constitutional and apologized for his error. was in the shop. A sum of $150 was
mett "but Its not here. We are list of 43 names of persons who amendment No. 3, to be The two officers are working at no voted to Barber for his gasoline and
would more than we are takingHalloween have moved and no longer live In on the ballot in November's General cost to the city, and have Issued 92 truck. --
of the Lawtey or who are thought to live Election. citations in the 18 days they have Russell Miscally may hired to
outside the city limits, was compiled If passed the amendment will ex- worked according to Chief Jordan repair several fire hydrantsbe In the
but no names were removed cuse counties and municipalitiesfrom and if ail fines were collected,wouldamount town that are defective, leaking or
from the voter list because It is not complying with general laws to over$12,000.To inoperative. Clerk Earl Barber has
certain in every case who lives out- requiring them to spend funds unless maintain police certification, been trying to contact Ron Denmarkof
side the city limits. the funds or funding sources are provided an officer must have some active Starke,who was authorized by the
GTL "If you don't remove them all, or unless the law was passed police duty every four years. Officers council in September to do the work
then you shouldn't remove any of by a two-thirds vote in the who are working full time at but no contact has been made.
them," said Police Chief Butch Jor- legislature.This .

dan. sored by amendment the Florida is being League spon-of Lawtey CurfewThe r: Is It Legal?

December Election... Cities, The Florida Association of
under the of 18 shall be in "
Lawtey council passed a age years
Counties, Florida Taxwatch and
City elections in Lawtey are set for
curfew ordinance affecting or upon any street, alley park or
Home Rule Committee Inc.
December 11, the second Tuesday of the;
teenagers at its September 8 regular other public place within City of
The amendment will the
the month. Three council seats will prevent meeting, but Is It legal& Lawtey, unless accompanied by his
legislature from unfunded
be up for election: the seats of Laura issuing Asked if the ordinance is legal City or her parent or guardian"betweenthe
mandates to counties cities which
Harris, Emmett Bright and Marvin require local taxing units or to Attorney Johnny Hobbs said it is hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m.,
Rosier. up patterned after ordinances in some "every day of the year."
The council voted to continue a 5% with the funds to comply, say the
other towns, but has not been testedin The law further states that
qualifying fee to include a new 1% sponsoring organizations. court, as far as he knows. parents or guardians shall not allowor
Carnivals P fee to the Elections CommissionTrust Reserve Officers... M.M. Jordan, Lawtey chief of suffer such child to violate any
Fund in Tallahassee, man- Two Reserve Police Officers have police, said he has doubts about its provisions of the ordinance.An .
/ S| -' ....,". -:::"--1io"' ;'- / dated by the legislature. been hired and are working traffic in legality, although the ordinance was exception is made for children
...Lawtey School... An ordinance governing the Lawtey. They are Michael passed at his request. under the age of 18 who are gainfully
School Halloween Carnivals will amount of qualifying fees for Strickland and Dale Griffin employed, providing the child can
be held as usual on Saturday,Oct. 27 Lawtey Community School will Lawtey could not be found,but it has!!, The two officers were hired by The Law Says... produce "credentials satslfactory to
at various area schools. (See below) have their carnival Saturday from 5 Police Chief Butch Jordan as ap The law states that "no child the Chief of Police." _
Regarding the mosquito-bite til 10 p.m.Several items will be raffled
encephalitis warnings currently,the off: a 20" boys bike, a Browning
school system encourages parents to automatic 12 gauge shotgun, a porch
be sure to put bug repellent on their rocker,a$50 gift certificate from the
children before going to the car- Flower & Gift Shop in Lawtey and '- '--- 'r ELECT
nivals and out on Halloween night several other items too numerous to
for treats. mention.

...Brooker Elem... Carnival booths will consist of con-
cession stand Bingo, pony rides
Broo er's Carnival will be held moon walk button-making, bat cave
Saturday, Oct. 27 from 4-9 p.m. maze, and cupcake walk. There will
beginning with the traditionalcostume also be a costumeparade.
parade at 4 p,m. Everyoneis Smoked and fried fish dinner(with ARTHUR GASKINS
encouraged to dress up and baked beans,cole slaw,french fries
parade together. There will be a and tea) will be sold for$4.25.
rafflewinner's choiceof a
.Southside Elem...
stainless steel deep-fat fish cookeror ..
smoker, and also a Nintendo Southside Elementary will be hav-
Game. ing their carnival also on Saturday,
Smoked mullet dinners will be sold 10/27 from 5-9 p.m. There will be a
and served from 5.30-8: p,m. hayride, haunted house, pencil pull,
School. fishing, duck pond, and many other Democrat I Commissioner I District 2 2As 2.C
...Hampton .. booths. Hamburgers and cokes will u County
Hampton's carnival will be held be sold by the Kiwanis Club with i
Saturday,Oct. 27 from 5-9 p.m.They profits gomg to Southside Elemen- .C
are having a big raffle with the tary.
following items to be given away: A raffle drawing will be held for a
$200 gift certificate a gas grill,and a shotgun and telephone. There will bea a County Commissioner I will meet with all the elected officials in the Courthouse as many timesas
19" color TV. There will be a raffle costume parade on Oct. 31 during
for Hampton students of a $75 gift school hours. needed to familiarize myself with their budgets their revenues and their expenditures so that at

certificate for from a boy Toys and R one Us-for one a girl.certificate ...Starke Elem... Budget time I can make better decisions which will always be based on what is best for Bradford

There will be a costume contest at Starke Elementary will be havinga County never on politics. I will always have an open mind for suggestions from the general public,
school on Friday for the students' FUN DAY during school hours on
participation.Featured NOVEMBER 2, so all students can county employees, and the business sector on ways to operate a better and more efficient county
at the carnival will be participate. Parents are asked to
hayrides, pony rides, face painting, send a bag of candy to the school office government.
dragon crawl, cake walk and the to be used as prizes and treats. Nov. 6
Your Vote and Will Be Appreciated on
general store. This big day will include a model Support Greatly
There will be a concession stand airplane demonstration, a magic Pd Pol Adv. Pd. for by Camp.Treasurer Dem.
with hamburgers, hot dogs and show, karate show, bingo, cakewalk
cokes." 0 ,fish pond.-pumpkin relay,football

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Page* TELEGRAPH MI i.her IN. 19'W!

Births... I
.. .. born Sept. af in Shands Hospital in Guy Frounfelter of West Virginia.
Church ...Brittany Renee' Ergle .Kelli-Jean Woody .Charles Colton FuquayMr. Gainesville.Kristina weighed 3 lb..5 Great-grandparents are Garland
I I Dr. & Mrs. John David Woody of & Mrs. Charles M. Fuquay of oz., and measured 18". and Allene Mallory of Starke and
News Rick and Sandy Ergle of Starke Orlando announce the birth of their Kingsley Lake announce the birth of Maternal grandparents are Gale& Guy and Alma Frounfelter of North
announce the birth of a daughter second daughter. Kelli-Jean, born a son, Charles Colton, born Sept. 28 Marvin Tyer and the, late James Dakota.
Brittany Renee'. born Sept. 20. She Sept. 13 in Orlando.She weighed 8 Ib. in Jacksonville. Fender of Starke. Great-
weighed. 7 lb. 1 oz., and measured 14 oz., and measures 21". She joins Grandparents are Shirley Padgettand grandparents are Austin' and Anna
20V'Maternal 2V* year old sister, Casey-Joan. Marklee Padgett, both of Max- Fender and Carl Thomas and the
grandparents are Paul& Maternal grandparents are Joan ville. Starke, and
late Thelma Thomas
Peggy Brooks of Hampton Oaks & Classified Ads
E. Rogers of Starke.
Jack and the late Bernice Tyerof
Lake and the late Phillip Wayne Paternal grandparents are Dr. & ...Kristlna Gail Frounfelter Hawthorne.Tyer
Foraker. Mrs. Ronald Woody of Hollywood, Cary and Terri Frounfelter of Paternal grandparents are Cyn Get Results
Paternal grandparents are Louis and Mrs. Betty-Jean Woody of Ft. Keystone Heights announce the thia Gayle Frounfelter Johnson of
& Jean Ergle of Gainesville Lauderdale. birth of a daughter, Krishna Gail.IH Lake Butler and the)late Terrence
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Observe 126th Year 0

Family Pack s
Division Dr. Huey Director D. Perry for the Chaplaincy Southern J

Baptist Home Mission Board will be
the keynote speaker when Kingsley ,
Lake Baptist Church observes its ,,
126th Homecoming on Sunday. Oct.
21. Dr Perry was pastor at Kingsley
Lake Baptist from 1961 until 1963.
and Coordinator of Chaplaincy Services Prices in this ad
for the Florida Department of O are good

before Corrections rising to during his current the mid-708 positionin Monday Oct. 15 6w90

1986. thru Sunday,
Dr Perry's career has led him Oct. 21, 1990.
throughout the Southeast from a
high school teacher in Orange Parkin
the early 1960s through pastoratesand
directorships within the O
Southern Baptist Convention.
Kingsley Lake is preparing to
receive encourage him as their all guest visitors speakerand and o Lb. Red Ripe Packaged

former members of the church to attend
the 11 a.m. homecoming service TOMATOES"Your
followed by a covered dish
lunch served on the grounds. Fresh Lean
First Assembly of God PORK YELLOW&\ ONIONS I Choice'resh

Holds Fall FestivalFirst

Assembly of God. Starke is SPARERIBS
pleased to invite the entire com
munity to their 1st Annual Fall
Festival Oct. 31 at 7 p m. The theme
of the evening is "Celebration of
God's Creation". Everyone young
and old is envited to attend and .
wear a costume appropriate to the $ 48 I
theme. There will be pnzes. booths
games and food. This is being made 9Lb.
available to the greater Starke com-
munity by First Assembly SLICING
:Ministries and area businesses.
There is no charge,however the foodis
made available at a nominal dona- .
tion. Please no ghosts, witches
goblins or other such costumes. ; CUCUMBERS
Pnzes for the best costumes ap-
propriate to the theme will be Squeezed
awarded for adults and children and
youth. Call 964-6871 or stop by the I is'
church office corner of Hwy 16 and
Weldon St. in Starke for more information i !rI !


Gospel Singing at New Choice11Red $

Bible Baptist Church ROUND' '

.... Delicious Or
The Singing Fitch Family will pre- STEAK
sent a Gospel Singing on Oct 27 at 8 New Crop RomeAPPLES
7:30 p.m. at the New Bible Baptist
Church. 1 Ju S
Rev. Don Fitch his wife and _
daughter are a singing Evangelisticteam
from Milan. Tenn. who travelall + _
over the U.S. year round presenting -"
God's work in Music and
preaching They have appeared in
many local area churches.The .
New Bible Baptist Church was
organized on Oct 7 and is located 28 Oz. Salisbury Steak/Sliced
behind the County Jail in Starke on 10 Oz. Frozen Pictsweet Turkey/ Half Gallon
Beef In Mushroom
the corner of Pratt and Christian St. Patty Gravy/Meatloafl
Pastory Grayson McNeil extendsa Chicken Crouquettes Frozen Dinners
warm welcome to all to come and BROCCOLI SPEARS FOOD LION SHERBERT
enjoy the great and very enjoyable
singing of the Don Fitch Family. FREEZER QUEEN

tor Rev.and David his wife McNeill Knsti Youth will also Direct be 09 -

singing in the Special Service and 2/$1/ I ; D Raiy 99 0
encourage all young people to come. $169

Homecoming Grace Methodist __i I :

Sunday. Oct. 21, Grace United _

Methodist(SR225):! will be Church celebrating in it's Lawtey 102nd 48 OunceCRISCO 16 Oz. Chocolate/Milk 16 Oz. Reg. Or Light
Homecoming. Service begins at 11
a.m. and dinner in Fellowship Hall Chocolate Duncan MinesFROSTINGS BREAKSTONE'S SOUR
afterwards. Singing will follow. OIL
Come and join us.Bring cover dish! --
A.C Bryant Pastor CREAM .

Pine Valley to Hold 9
Homecoming Revival $21

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There will be a Homecoming ..........
Revival beginning service gs
Oct 28. Sunday night cRIARII
p.m.. Mon through Fri at 7:30 p.m.
Rev. Oral Lyons from Sanderson '
will be the speaker. l 25 Lb. 1.00 Off Beef _
Sunday Oct 28 will be Homecoming 4 Roll Pack Assorted Dry

after Day morning with Dinner service.on the Church grounds is Angel Soft Toilet Tissue . .. ,99 Alpo Dog Food..... .... .... .... 6.99
located down a dirt road beside
Bradford Furniture Factory. Rev.
David Hodges invites everyone to

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COCA COLA irienjrou. buy 15oz.CtecriosT .
Singers perform at
Seals Outreach Mission in Hampton Old Milwaukee Lt.
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Norman and Darlene Chapman of
Starke announce the birth of a son.
Jared Seth bora Sept. Is. He Joins
brother Brad and si:..:f* Hannah

and Rebecca.grandparents are Mr.* there Is ,f Food itipti focatibri near you;
Mrs AJ>. Cahcutt Brunswick,

Paternal grandparents are the Deerfoot VillageShopping Cterrter 1).S. 301
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PageSA TELEGRAPH October 18, 19UO John & Laura Nicula with.. '-'Brian Royce, born Sept.5 in Tampa
Southside Elem.Oct. Beuloh BaptistHomecoming 13, at McDonalds 15 little General Hospital. He weighed 8 Ib.5
from 5-9 (
p.m. friends and
Celebrate family.
BirthdaysJohn .
and measured 211/4" He Joins
18-Report Cards Homes This Is the first year that the car- Oct. 21 Following the gift opening, the oz.5tt year old sister Amy,and 2Vk year
Oct. 19-"College Spirit" Day nival will be selling a fried chicken Michael Nicula celebratedhis guests were served caKe and ice old brother David. .
Oct. 22-"Arts 4 Crafts" Day dinner. The menu consists of 140th year Homecoming Serviceswill first birthday Saturday cream with special treats. The
Oct. 23-"Sharks Out' delicious fried chicken September IS, at his home In children enjoyed the carousel and
Speak Day creamy be held Oct 21 at Beulah Baptist Maternal grandparents are Byron
Oct. 24-"Wear Red" today in honorof mashed potatoes and golden brown Church located on SR 21 approximately Lawtey. play ground. and Shirley Willoughby of Tampa.
Say No week gravy, garden fresh green beans 8 miles South of Middleburg. Family and friends gathered for John and Laura are the children of Great-grandmother is Viola Eick of
Oct. 25-"Cartoon": Day light and fluffy yeast rolls and thirst Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. Morn- the gift opening and enjoyed hot Perry and Gayle Nicula. Punta Gorda.
Oct.26-"Sports" Day-Wear red and quenching tea.The cost of this great Ing worship 11 a.m. and following dogs, birthday cake and ice cream.
gray Homecoming Parade. meal will be $4 for adults and $2.50 will be dinner and afternoon gospel Grandparents George and Valaria Birth... Paternal grandparents are Win-
Oct.27-Halloween Carnival 8-9 p.m., for children (11 and under). sing with the Encouragers of Savan- Shuford, Octavian and Vera Nicula fred and Geraldine Tomlinson of
chicken dinners on sale beginning 3 We'll be featuring a take out ser nah Ga and the Weeks Family. and greatgrandmother Lois Carter ...Brian Royce Tomlinson Starke. Great-grandparents are
a.m. vice from 3 to 5 p.m. to eliminate is cordially envited. joined in the celebration. Austin and Anna Fender and Annie
Halloween long lines and make Everyone Laura Nicula celebratedher Jimmy & Bonnie Tomlinson of
Soutside Elementary it more convenient Pastor Paul Bates Ashley Tomlinson. of Starke.
Carnival Is scheduled for Sat.Oct.27 for our customers fourth. birthday Saturdal; :. Oct ._,Tampa,.. nno"u.nc.e.t.h".e birth.. ,., ,Of a son.. .. .... ..., : .
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Department Store Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees and their immediate I OFFICE
families are welcome to enter but there is a limit to one entry SHOP
Deerfoot Village Shopping Center per person each: week.

The entry must be an official blank from the TELEGRAPH
$5.00 OFF Any Team Shirt
Gators Bulldogs andmustbedroppedof'attheTELEGRAPHofficebefor 964-5764
4pjn.each Friday afternoon.Fill in all the blanks with either ap
Seminoles Tornadoes y
W/>his Coupon the name of the team you think will win or"tie"if you think Starke.
Expires 10/25/90
New Orleans vs Houston the game will end in a tie.The person who picks the most f" New York vs

J I James & Evelyn Womack 964 5423 names right will win the top prize. ;a3; ; O BuffaloTEAL I V
Owners/Managers In case of ties,we will use the total points scored in the
Bradford High School game each week(except the Tornadoes
open week-in that case we will use the Gator game)as a _
tiebreaker.Please fill in the points you think will be scored by
Bradford County the Tornadoes(Gators)and their opponent combined in the tgame.wasTomadoes19.0pp0nents7.thecorrectscorewas
tiebreaker blank.For instance,if the score in the Tornado

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Baker is Big Test for Tornadoes in Macclenm

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Baker High, ranked No. 4 in the yard line in the sudden death play- No.
state in Class 3A, is quick, fast,with off to set up Baker as the winner of Watch 29, IH01l'n-12 on, has the real tailback speed. Plus, the Baker line has good size. tackle. Dale Cushman, No. 64, 6-1, The Baker defense is similar to
good size and with a running back the 89-90 District title. Last year sweep, the quick pitch when he lines The starting center is Gaylon 195-12, is the other DT. The ends are that of Lee and Santa Fe-quick and
Lemoyne Williams No. 20 who Is Bradford beat Santa Fe 21-0 but lost Williams, No. 63,5-11,201-12; guards
up in the slot and Scott Raulerson, No. 81, 5-10,147-11, good over-all team speed.
on into
better than the Santa Fe backs Brad- 14-7 to Baker, setting up the three- flat when he dines a in pass the Andy Giddens, No. 76, 6-2, 185-11, and Andy Williams, No. 80, 6-1,
ford High faced last week says Tornado way sudden death play-off here runs In motion to the up the slot and and Kelly Scott, No. 50, 5-8, 189-11; 15711. Shannon Mobley No. 10,5-10,
Coach David Hurse. which Baker won. Several other Baker other side. tackles Greg Harrison, No. 71, 6-2, 163-11, and Snapper Gray, No. 45, Favorite Baker running plays: 1)
Bradford travels to Macclenny; for Once again, Bradford is 3-0 in the fullback runners are 274-11, and Chris Rewls No. 53, 6-0, 5-9. 150. the pitch to the tailback 2) the
an 8 p.m. game Friday night Oct, District 3-3A race having beaten quick hard Dwight Manning, No. 23, a 265-122. Split end on the weak side Is tailback dive between the guard and
19. in what Is expected to be a tough, Jacksonville Lee and Santa Fe. on the fullback runner.dives.Watch Manning Maurice Lee No. 22, 5-11,171-12. rs ure Carlos tackle, 3) the power sweep from the
I' physical football game. Baker is also 5-0 and 2-0 in District Kyle Crews, No. Rewis Is tabbed the best Baker offensive Farmer INK. +*, ...to, 174-11,and Kel- wing position 4)) the trap play up the
Directions To get to Macclenny, 3-3A play and Friday's Bradford- Rhoden, No. 34 the 40, and Rock lineman. Center Gaylon ly Dobson, No. 32, 6-0. 170-11. Dwight middle, 5)) the fullback up the middle
take US-301 north and turn left onto Baker game looms as the contest linebacker starting middle Williams also move well. Tackle Manning, No. 23, the starting with a fake outside, 6) the sweep off
CR-228 at Maxville and proceed west which will decide the 90-91 District tailback at times on defense and do also play Harrison Is a 'physical football. fullback, substitutes at outside the double hand-off, and 7) the quick
to Macclenny.: Or, take SR-16 northwest title and who will go to the state Bradford's Coach a good job lineman. linebacker. pitch to the wing man.
to Raiford, then SR-121 north play-offs. Rhoden Hurse says. Baker runs a 5-3 defense, and
.r into Macclenny. Get there early if BHS and Baker have been playing No. 34, and Charles depends on middle guard Kelly Cornerbacks are Maurice Lee,No.
QB Mobley 13 the starting
you want to get a seat, since 1952. It was 1980 when Baker times.Farmer No. 44,also play fullback at SoU.' No. 50 who-in the starling left 22, a starting offensive wideout, and quarterback at, was Interlachen

Baker beat Union High 16-13 in the first won 15-13. Baker holds a slight guard on offense: to penetrate d' Brett Starling, No. 6, 5-8, 139-11. High last year and who moved to

.. season opener; has beaten Eastside .edge In the 80's. LeCullur Mack,No. 30,5-10,170-12, break up handoffs in the backfield.And The starting safety is Kyle Crews Baker County threw medium and
34-14 Bishop Kenny 41-0, Paxon Baker runs from the power-i for the split end on the strong side Is the Rock Rhoden,No. 34, is the mid- No. 40, 5-10, 150-11, the starting slot short passes. The favorite passes
49-12, and Flagler Palm Coast 41-0. mation with Williams, No. 20, the main Baker pass receiver. dle linebacker and best Baker back. LeCular Mack No. 30, the fire to wideout Lecullur Mack, No.
Williams No. 20. will be tailback,as the main running threat. The Baker offensive line has improved linebacker, tabbed a smart, physical other starting wideout, also plays 30, the favority receiver straight
remembered here as the Baker back Baker runs about 70? of the time. like the Tornado line and football player. safety. ahead; to the wing man in motion
who put his nose to the ground for a Williams carries on about half of that makes for a better running Gaylon Williams, No. 63, the offen- The Baker secondary plays man- and quick pitch to wing, and a drop
9..yard run to the BHS one-half Baker's running plays. Williams, game, Coach Hurse says. sive center. plays one defensive to-man defense. pass to the tailback
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Local Cross Country Runners Participate in UF/barnetl Dank EventTwo I

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more girls and four
boys hurt. Eric DeSue team for the first time
Bradford Gunter ran placed this fall, says WilIIRms19:34.: 3) Amie! Long 19:47.
of Florida High Barnett ran Bank in the University 227th in 26:32.Gainesville. Coach George Loper. 4) Shana Burch 21:10: ft) ""Danny
Country Bradford's Larry Green won the Hamm 23:23: 6)) Oklema Jackson
Invitation on the UF Golf Course boy's three mile race in 18:38, an im- 23:30.: The boy Road Runners placed -
Saturday, Oct. 13.
High won the girl's provement over Saturday at UF : 1)) Jacob Henderson 23:19; 2)
The Oasis Some 200 girls runners ran the two Other places were: 2)) John Dame DeWitt Robbie
Lounge miles in the division race in a dual meet Tues- Revels 27:57: 3)
Class 3A and 4A. A day, Oct 16, on the Bradford High GHS, 19:45: ; 3)) Kevin Patrick, GHS, Bassett 29:10: 4) Javon Cunningham
Lyman in High School girls won the 3A track. 19:53: ; 4) Brian Bazinet, GHS, 20-04; 37:27,5) Jesse Converse 37:11.:
race 11:51. Renee Daugherty was GHS won 17-42. The places were: 5) Karuna Warren, GUS 20:25: 6))
'.f the first Bradford High finisher and 1)) Lisa Block, GUS 15:30; 2) Chris Dawson, GHS, 20:32: ; 7)) Bobby Upcoming...
(' out placed sick 157th for in 16:28.: She had been Frances Morton GHS, 15:48; 3) Overarte, GHS, 20:53: ; 8)) Chris V- Next race for BHS is this Friday
a week. The second
M'BcomeHome Della Scott BUSgirl Mollie Weidner, GHS, 15:52; 4) syckel, BHS, 21:12: ; 9) Kent West, Oct. 19, in the Robert E.Lee Invitation
was who
: in 20:43. place 189th Dawn Nail BHS, 16:28; 5)) Janice GHS, 21:56: ; 10) Mitchell Gunter, at the FCCJ North Campus site
t 'f1iF- : Taube, GUS, 16:34: ; 6) Allison Blake, BUS 23:26: ; 11) Harold Clark, BUS, of the district and state meets.
'ose "ob' 5,000 About meters 300 boys, called ran the the 3.1 5K miles or GHS,. 16:35: ; 7) Misty Morgan, GHS, 24:18: ; 12) Mark Harden, ?"" 31"S: Next Tuesday, Oct. 23, BHS will
;: Junior Larry Green led the race. 16:47; 8) Renee Daugherty, BUS, GHS won 2042. host five teams for a 4 p.m.race.Expected -
d"'W ? four 17:06 9) Stephanie Clark BHS BHS had a full team again, exceptfor here
>>>/ 2X Bradford and ; for the race are Baker
." boys placed 138th in 19:58: ; 10) Delia Scott, BHS, 21:45: ; Eric DeSue, who was absent. Interlachen, Keystone
which is slow
20:01 for Green.
Chris 11) Angela Crawford, BHS, 22:38.It : The Road Runner girls placed: 1)) Heights, Palatka High, Santa Fe
Vansyckel placed 163rd in
.. 20:33. Mitchell was good just to have a full girl's Annice Williams 15:26: 2) Divita High.
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t Halloween Party-Oct 31 Baker-Tornadoes: Ditrict; 3-3AHonors on the LineAll I

Las the marbles for the District 14-7 on two early pass plays, then ford offense move the football on a Daniels, No. 31, 160-10; guard Josh
..' 3-3A title may be on the line Friday won the sudden death play-off for the tough Baker defense? Can the Brad- Lewis, No. 66, 165-11; guard Dante
night, Oct. 19, when Bradford High first-ever district football title for ford line give QB Reggie Sheffield Williams, No. 60, ieo-11; defensive
meets Baker High at 8 p.m. in Mac- the Wildcats. time to throw the football? tackle Jonathan Ferguson, No. 63,
:' pJ. clenny. And, Bradford is a different team. The Baker defense will be tough, 170-10; defensive end Larry Shannon -
ri't.eS i Both teams are undefeated in An improved Tornado offensive line says Coach Roland Cummings, the No. 80,160-10; running back Joe
District 3-3A play. Baker is rankedNo. and several experienced running Tornado defensive coordinator. Gordon, No. 32, 155-10: wing back
-- esG 4, Bradford No. 7. And,a district backs have given the Tornadoes a Head Coach David Hurse says the and defensive end Gernard
realignment means the two teams more potent offensive attack, passing Baker offensive line is the key. The Williams, No. 33, 180-11 defensive
won't be in the same district in 1991. and running. Bradford moved Baker line is better this year, like back Jason Lee, No. 5, 150-10. and
A Tornado loss would leave Brad- the football on Lee, Madison, and the Tornadoes.A cornerback Chris Snow No. 3,
,( Best ford hoping Baker would lose to Lee Santa Fe. This year Bradford key to the game will be keepingthe 160-11.
or Santa Fe High so each team features a potent offensive attack, Tornado offensive line fresh Probable defensive starters on the
Male & Female would have a loss. A win will leave both passing and and running.. The enough for some tough going againstthe front seven are: Sam linebacker
Bradford in the driver's seat for the Tornado defense probably Is not up Baker defense. That means Wyatt Collins, No. 53, 195-12; left
District 3-3A title. to the standards of the past two substituting some younger less ex- tackle Jason Norman No. 65,180-12' ;
The Bradford-Baker rivalry goes seasons, when Bradford could get a perienced players on defense, as right tackle Shauntel Houston, No.
.4689461c back to 1952. It was 1980 before few points ahead and depend on the was done last week in the second 74. 195-11; weak side end Clayton
..... Baker won. Since then the game.hasbeen defense to hold. ".. half of the Santa Fe game. Manning.) No.; 7.6, 195-12; strong end
Jr" ) on a more even basis. The questions Friday nighf- Can __ J3JJtt prepared: to help the team .
25VVaM .the Bradford defence: (stand t: ttfttnr-- .,.., ..
'at up )
wy u Baker ruM some. 1 times out of m7>rifm 1'iFiI'9 they gain experience : .
Baker ? Can the Brad- ..
every 10 plays this season, but can running game are linebacker James
pass. That's a switch from last '. .H... .
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Guided by the fundamental beliefs so Important to North Florida Bill Grant

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:. Served on Lawtey City Council for 20 years fighting to Improve the lives of our people

.., FARMERS Agriculture Is "'lifeblood of North Florida.As .EDUCATION-Bill Grant believes the key to quail education
Congressman I is"the' key to our future. He l has fought toexpand Head Start
member of"the' House Agriculture
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make a well informed, conservative County peanut program In the 1990 Farm Bill.
SENIORS Bill Grant has protected the Social Security

PI Commissioner Amendment BUDGET DEFICIT requiring_a Bill balanced Grant supports budget He a Constitutional believe "the' Trust fund from"those' who want to use It for other purpose*.He ,
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!: has promised to keep a tight hand on the spends too much.
He DRUGS-A*a member of the House Select Committee on .NATIONAL DEFENSE ail Grant believes even in chang

strings and get a dollar value for Narcotics Abuse and Control, Bill Grant ha been fighting for ing times America deserve a national defenM second to
t. County purse stiffer sentences for drug dealer and more money for our local none. He has voted for wise defense spending and wants. to

.t: every dollar spent sheriffs and police departments. apply any savings toward lowering "the' budget deficit 4

I .HEALTH CARE-Bill Grant has fought to keep rural hotpltal -

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Game Comments

} Somebody was doing some block- final tackle of tho game at the BUS
I ing for the 201 yards of Tornado three yard line after time had run '
rushing. But Coach Lanier Clyatt out. And cornerback Robert Nichols
didn't name anybody as the outstan made a game-saving tackle M time
I ding offensive lineman of the week expired
because the line play lacked con-
sistency, something Coach Clyatt Tornado Tackles...
works for in practice."It Inside linebacker Andy Goodownsand
cornerback Terry Berry again
was a great effort at times for led Tornado tackling in the Cist.
different people. The line got the job 3-3A win over Santa Fe High, probably
,'r ; done when you come right down to the toughest game of the
g it," Coach Clyatt said. season to date. Goodowna led with 8
The starters stayed In on the offensive Individual tackles and one assist.
line. The Santa Fe defense was Berry bad 5 invidual tackes and 2
quick, Clyatt pointed out. assists helping out with good run
support. _

Vinnie No. 20, was named
best Bile his downfield block- In the tackle chart below,T meansan
Ing and pass patterns. Individual tackle A means a
player assisted on a tackle.

Inside linebacker Andy Goodowns,
.. No. 85, and Sam linebacker, or Tackles...
.. defensive end, Wyatt Collins, No. 53,
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tj'ftttI'(" ,: were named the best defensive per-
"'"; Andy Goodownt 8 1
... formers on the front seven.
Terry Barry S 2
.' Allan Jenkins 3 1
-"..,.. j.,., Chris Snow, No. 3, was named Shauntel Houston 2 1
oti .'..;v ,.. < .. ..' outstanding defensive back of the Wyatt Collins 2 0
,;; ..;;; t," "1"" ."" ".:" ; .." week. Snow had his hand on one San- Josh Lewis 2 0
d dV_" ,. ta Fe TD pass, but it simply bounced Vinnie Bly 1 3
Santa Fe s way, said Coach Jerry Robert Nichols 1 1
Kaminsky. Jonathan Ferguson 1 1
Phillip Crawford 1 0
Robert Hankerton 1 0
On the Loose in Santa Fe Secondary.Allen Cornerback Terry Berry made Jason Norman 1 0

I Jenkins No. 13, sprints into the secondary \last'U man to stop him. two game-saving tackles. Berry and Larry Shannon 1 0 I
LB Andy Goodowns combined on the i
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Chris Snow Nails Santa Fe Quarterback...

Cornerback Chris Snow, No. 3. nails Santa Fe :
quarter hack Danny Bauxbaum. No. 12. Snow was nam ed the best Bradford ; NO GIMMICKS

Bradford Reaches Deep to : CALL TOLL FREE

the half, on which the Tornadoes not ( ; 1-800-437-3660
Scoring the winning touchown in would not be denied. ta (
the third period, Bradford High! held QB Sheffield skirted left end and ty (
on defensively for an 18-14 win over tight-roped down the Santa Fe -- -, --, -..-" ----
Santa Fe High in a crucial District sideline for a 34 yard TD run on the ,. .
3-3A game before a sell-out crowd at four play drive. A pass attempt for pass ;; < % "4 < u :> & <
Santa Fe last Friday night Oct. 12. the two point conversion failed, but ta I
., The win leaves Bradford High BUS led 1614.Bradford's line.
technically 5-0, after a forfeit by second score came on I
Wildwood which played two ineligible a 41 yard march early in the second
players, on the season. More Im- period. Following a 13 yard squibbed !
portantly, BHS is 3-0 in Dist. 3-3A Santa Fe punt, BHS took over on the yard
play and half a game up on Baker Santa Fe 41 yard line. On quick off- 1< i a i
High now 2-0 in Dist. 3-3A play.A tackle dashes BHS running back
flat-looking BHS played catch Robert Hankerson ran for 14, 2, 6, 3, ullliy:
up to Santa Fe the first half and and 7 yards for the TD with 7:48 re- i
trailed 14-12 at halftime after having maining in the first half, to bring
two extra points blocked. A better BHS within two points 12-14. !
than expected Santa Fe offense Hankerson, the BHS workhorse with BUS
scored twice, returing the opening 97 yards on 18 carries, also caughtan In
kick-off for a touchdown and on a 65 11 yard pass on the drive.
yard drive. A fumble at the BHS Santa Fe came right back with end .
half-yard line which linebacker Andy runs by a new back, No. 33, list as
Goodowns recovered saved a defensive tackle Cartlon Washingtonon cond t U V
third Santa Fe score late in the se- the Raider roster who surprisedthe !
cond quarter. That was called a BIG Tornadoes with his speed. No. 33 ; II
play by Coach David Hurse after the turned the corner for 13 yards the : <
game.A first time he got the football, and : -juLiirri m i
Santa Fe fumble at the Raider 15 went 58 yards around the other end. to ,:CIS-x jf : i :
also set up the first BHS score a Tornado cornerback Terry Berry
15-yard pass from quarterback forced No. 33 out of bounds at the the Fish & MeT$2jOO"l
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gie Sheffield to tight end Bradford seven yard line. run
Goodowns. Then fullback Naylon Albrittongot a
Santa Fe High returned the open six yards around right end to the and I & Fish Fries & 1
ing kickoff for a touchdown on a 94 Tornado one-half yard line.Santa Fe 2V4 Hush
yard run to go up 7-0 with 11:45: re- seemed certain to score but on the Puppies.
maining in the first period. Follow next play over right tackle the football V JL JS.Ow H
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ing the first Raider fumble at the popped loose and Goodowns I : good my I >VT J oWeouporiOf on er-dfcCTum! otto ifuaillmattifl
Santa Fe 15, Tornado quarterback came up with it. was > WI no BPJATOOO. ipMriOYoil r.pli .I/I/OQX' H
Reggie Sheffield answered with a The Bradford High starters, who tlo0 tilt tltlli flip)
first down 15-yard pass to tight end had played the entire first half were two
Andy Goodowns for a TD. obviously very tired as the first half I $2.00 I Fish:& Fries $2.00 I
Santa Fe scored after a 65-yard drew to a close. Bradford had 86
first period drive.Quarterback Dan yards on 20 rushes in the first half. ed.
& Fish Fries &
ny Bauxbaum threw 16 yards to slot- Santa Fe had 135 yards on 14 rushes. I
back Johnnie Showers on the fade a The two TD passes were importantin I Hush Puppies. I
high arching pass over the outstretched the first half, but BHS passed for .u.. h.
hand of Tornado cornerback only 26 yards o Santa Fe 16 yards. Santa *Mot Qo ).tltuny V JaL SVOr o , Chris Snow. Running back Wilmer BUS appeared more alert and oflar S pw&ipelkp I Z.f o oouoonw KOirto! 5 White got loose around right end for ready to play in the second half.Tornado wet ii/i/ga -- mfuaroao i5pB.nDiOlS .>i ro iiix U .
33 yards on the drive. coaches substituted some of .UI.. .. [- tlltlm tlllllllllls
That end run play, on which Santa the younger plays on defense as the ..... : ON OTHER WAlLY( FAVORITES.
Fe sealed off the Tornado end and second half opened. With the BHS offense ." _-"
faked up the middle to hold the inside driving the football on the "u".u tlllt11111f t1111m ttlllltllll tlllt11111 -
linebackers cost Bradford High tough Santa Fe defense in the second ....... \Woe Pads bueltsAea12 fish fflfries
yardage all night. The Raider split half, Santa Fe barely got into Brad- a ,cote slaw and 8 hush puppies.
end went Inside to block the BUS ford territory until no time was left. I)
defensive end. With BHS dominating the football, kick -- Serves 4 or more.
Santa Fe also wan able to keep Santa Fe finally got the football back II 141. : Pa ck 8 fish filets,
good pressure on the Tornado with 16 seconds left on the clock. 1) i GD fries,cole slaw and 8 hush puppies. i
quarterback.The Because of BUS penalties Santa Fe "1''.-'.' ..'''', Serves 3-4.
game-winning touchdowncame gave BUS a scare. QB Bauxbaum J)( / ti tllllt111 t-
with 3:14 remaining in the completed a long pass to WO ,.-, .
third period which Bradford Showers who nearly got loose save Bio*.
dominated with a good sized BUS for an ankle tackle by BHS corner 41 SEAFOOD
crowd smelling victory and yelling back Robert Nichols. There was no yard OOD OO
their heads off. Tornado Allen.Jenkin time left on the clock after the play .Pi il. t E UT11'111\\ Ittct l cUAT11'111 S\ ,
fielded a punt at the Raider, but BHS was penalized for face
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I'I L Legal Notices I Dated this 7th day Clerk of September.of RAY Circuit NORMAN Court 1990. v TIMOTHY TONDA*. HAMPTON L. HAMPTON and NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE application meeting on at Tuesday their regularly November- scheduled 27. 1990 of I

at 7:30 p.m., In th. Council Room
Defendants. NOTICE
Of Bradford County FloridaBy IS HEREBY GIVEN that the St..
Stork City Hall 209 N. Thompson
: Carol Williams, Dep. Clerk NOTICE OF SALE following described vehicles will be offered
Stark Florida.
ruBLIC HEARING 9/274tpd 10/18, Cont. No. 636 Notice Is hereby given, that pursuant for sale to the highest bidder on who
STUDENT GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT to a Summary Judgement entered on November 7. 1990. Sold sale will take Those persons, groups or agencies
Cod.7.137 MIDDLE DISTRICT FLORIDA September 19. place at 10:00 have Interest in property adjacent to or
1990. by the abov entlll- a.m. at the City of Stork
Sam students may ...1 that they JACKSONVILLE DIVISION UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT ed Court In the above styled cause, the Police Department 205 Wast Adkln In close proximity to the proposed sited
haw been treated Court MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA or who hove other evidence to present
unfairly under thl. No. S9-732-CIV..J-12 undersigned United State* Marshal or Street Stark., Florida.
Coda. The following step. are to be UNITED STATES OF AMERICA JACKSONVILLE DIVISION any of his duly authorized deputies will should appear and be heard at the time sand
followed In altMnplIng to Plaintiff Court No. 90.348.Clv-J.16 sell the. Th. place prescribed Anyone who
resolve a property situate In Bradford property to be sold Is described os
grievance.I. vs. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. County, Florida described as: follows: wishes a verbatim transcript of theseproceedings
Student conference with staff JOHN N. GOODMAN; DIANE C. Plaintiff, Lot 8 and North M of Lot shall be responsible for
m.mb.r Involv.d In grievance com- GOODMAN f/k/a DIANE C. JONES vs. Ingstan. 1985 Lincoln Continental V.I.N.UNBP96F3FY626278 their own arrangements.
plaint. (optional) and DESSIE JACKSON, RANDALL E. YON, .t 01, to the Town of Stark, County of Bradford Dorrell O'Neal Zoning Administrative
2. Student conference with tMchw or Defendants. Defendants. State of Florida all of said lots being Official
guidance counselor or administrative AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE OF SALE In Block 16 of Livingston Truby and 1977 Chrysler Newport, V.I.N. 10/181tchg P.O. No. 659
assistant elected by the student to Notice Is h.r.by given' that pursuant Notice Is h.r.by given that pursuantto Company's Addition to the Town of CL41N7D265284
represent him/her In the proceeding to a Default Judgement entered on Jun. a Default Judgement entered on Stork..
3. Student In conference with teacher Involved 19, 1990 by the above entitled Court In August 23 1990 by the abov entitled at public outcry to the highest and 1963 Ford Truck V.I,N. F25CN169B BRADFORD COUNTY COURT FLORIDA FOR
complaint and student's, the ahoy Court In the above styled cause, theundersigned bet bidder
>entatlve. styled cause, the undersigned for cash at the hour of 12:00: PROBATE DIVISION
4. Student conference with United States Marshal or any of his duly of his United States Marshal( or o'clock Noon on October 30, 1990, at the This property Is sold sublet| only to FILE NUMBER: 90-87-CP
student's principaland authorized deputies will sell the property any duly authorized deputies will Bradford County Courthouse at Stark. duly executed Hens and encumbrances DIVISION 1..216
be representative. (Parent situate In Bradford County Florida sell the property situate In Bradford Florida. perfected prior to September 4, 1990. :
may present
requeued by student. County Florida
) described
described as:
as: : September 20. 1990.
3. Parent IN RE
student : ESTATE OF
Lot 6 Block
tative and represen A parcel of land lying In the West On. D, Dalewood Subdivision, Richard L. Cox. Jr. DARLA JEAN CHRISTOPHER
6. Parent superintendent student ttudenfi conference. Half of the SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Section as per plat I. thereof recorded In Plot United States Marshal TERENCE BROWN. P.A. RUTH R. PANGBORN
tatlve and a school board hearing.represen- 22, Township 6 South Range 22 Book 3, Page 8. Section 21, Township 6 Mlddl.District of Florida PO.Box40Starke Deceased.
East Bradford County Florida sold South Range 22 East Bradford County Ralph J. LeeAssistant FL 32091
If the grievance li not reiolved In step parcel being more particularly described Florida.at United Stat. Attorn.y ((904)) 964-8272 NOTICE OF
on. or If the student decide. not to confront as follows: public outcry to the highest and Attorney for Plaintiff ADMINISTRATION
the staff member alone, the stu Commence best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00: 9/27
Southwest of .
at the corn.r .tchgI0/18; Cont. No. 635 10/182tchg 10/25PO.No 661 Th. administration of the of
d.nt estate
may select an Instructional or adsminlstrotly said Section 22 and o'clock Noon on October 30, 1990. at the
run Easterly along Ruth R. File
staff member front --- Pangborn deceased.
to represent the door entrance of the Bradford
thereof 39 45
Southerly boundary
him/her In the proceedings. If thegrievance County Courthouse Number 9O.87.CP. Is pending In the Circuit
Stark. Florida.
feet more or lest. to the Easterly boundary IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Court for Bradford
Is not resolved at step three, Dated: September 12, 1990 OF FLORIDA NOTICE County Florida
the student must submit to the principal of Old Lawtey Road, thence North EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Probate Division the address of which Is
a written statement, signed by the 00*07' East along said Easterly boundary United Richard States L.Marshal Cox. Jr. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Jack B. Thompson hat mad. application Post Office Drawer B, Starke, Florida
parents( ), for the n.xt step of the 700.00 feet to on Iron pip. on the Middle District CIVIL DIVISION for SPECIAL EXEPTION No. 9 for: 32091. Th. names and addresses of the
Grievance Procedure. Th. statment Southerly right of way line of Donna Ralph J. LeeAssistant of Florida CASE NO: 90-304-CA Ho.... a*accessory to residential us. to personal representatives and the personal
Street (also known as Jenkins Street), JIM WALTER HOMES INC., '
must contain
1) of all
: names) persons United Stat. the Bradford County Board of Adjustment representatives
Involved, 2)) dot. on which the student thence run N (939' East along sold. Attorney for Plaintiff Attorney A Florida Corporation on property that Is classified RSF-1 attorney are set forth below.
feels there unfair Southerly right ol way IIn. 371.82 f..t to Plaintiff Interested
was treatment and 3)a ) and described below: persons are required to
9/274tchg 10/18 Cont. No. 625 vs.ROY.
brief statement as to why the student an Iron pip.on the Westerly right of way ; file with this court WITHIN THE LATER
feels there was unfair treatment. Within line of Tom Hall Street (also known as JESSIE EARL MAE GREENE GREENE and his wife. Section I. Township 8 South Rang 22 OF THREE MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST
three school days the student shall Church Grad.), th.nc. run S 0749' W PUBLIC HEARING Defendant East Parcel No. 05362.0-00000, lots 84 PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR AS
receive a written response from the along said Westerly right of way IIn. Student Grievance Procedure NOTICE OF SALE 86, 88 and 90 of Crystal lake Homesltes. TO ANY CREDITOR REQUIRED TO BE
principal concerning the grievance. 85.35 feet; th.nc. run N 89'39' East 40.41 Some students may feel that they NOTICE I I.hereby given that pursuantto SERVED WITH COPY OF THIS NOTICE
If the student and parents( ) feel that feet to an Iron pipe on the Easterly rightof hay. been treated unfairly under this an ord.r or Amendment to Final Judge This proposed request for a Special WITHIN THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE
they have not received satisfaction at way line of Tom Hall Street th.nc. code. Th. following steps are to b. m.nt entered In the above captioned Exception I. subject to a public hearingto OF SERVICE OF SUCH COPY ON THE
the school level, th.y may proceed with run N 07*47 E along sold Easterly right of followed In attempting to resolve a case, I will sell the property situated In be held before Bradford County Zoning CREDITOR.In .
steps 5 and 6, using the due process procedure way line 154.50 feet to an Iron pipe and grievance. Bradford County, Florida described asA : Board on Monday November S, 1990 no event may a claim be filed lat.r
as outlined In the School Board the Point of Beginning; thence continue 1. Student conference with staff described In Exhibit "C" attached at 7:00: p.m. 'In the Council room of than two years aft.r the death of the
Rul... N 07*47 E along said Easterly right of m.mb.r Involved In grievance complaint hereto Stark. City Hall 209 N. Thompson above-named decedent os provided In
/ 13tchg 10/25 way line 77.25 f..t to an Iron pip., (optional) Addendum for Roy Earl Green Street Stark., Florida. Th. Zoning Florida Statutes, Section 733.710.All .
thence (leave sold Easterly right of way 2. Student conf.r.nc. with teacher or the Commence northeast at 1/4 the of northwest the southwest comer 1/4 of Board will make a recommendation to interested persons on whom this
PUBLIC SALE line and run N 8939'00" E 202.07 feet to guidance counselor or admnlnlstratlve and run 30 f..t to the *ast rightofwayof the Bradford County Board of Adjustment notice Is served ore required to file any
Ron D.nmark Mini-Storage will hold a an Iron pipe on the East line of the W'/ assistant selected by the student to a county graded : thence who will take final action on this objection that challenges the validity of
public sale of of the SW 1/4 of SW 1/4, thence run S represent him/her In the proceeding along that last said roadway owing ((2)) application at th.lr regularly scheduled th will the qualifications of the Personal
Bin 93, belonging to A.J. Dugg r. 005102" W along said Easterly line 3. Student conference with teacher Involved courses and distances ((1)) south 375 feet, meeting on Tuesday November 27, 1990 Representative, venue, or jurisdiction of
Sol. will take place at 2117 N. T.mpl. 76.50 feet to an Iron pipe, th.nc. I.av. In complaint and student' thence continue ((2)) south 208.71 at 7:30: p.m., In the Council Room of the court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
Avenue, Stark., Fl. 32091 on Saturday said East line and run S 893r W, 211.47 representative. feetthence: east 208.71 f..t to the pointof Stark. City Hall 209 N. Thompson St.. MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF
Oct. 20 1990 at 9:00 a.m. feet to the Point of Beginning.at 4. Student Conference with principal beginning, thence continue east 210 Stark., Florida. THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER
2tchg 10/11-18, Cont. 649 public outcry to the highest and and students representative. (Parent f..t;; thence north 208.71 f..t; thence THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF

. . . . . . . . . best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00: may be present If requested by student) weit 210 feet, thence south 208.71 feet Those persons, groups or agenclet who THIS NOTICE ON THE OBJECTING PER-
NOTICE OF ACTION o'clock Noon on October 30, 1990 at the 5. Parent, student student's representative to the point of beginning containing 1.01 hay. Interest property adjacent) to or SONS.
Before the Board of ConstructionIn front door entrance of the Bradford and superintendent conference. acre more or less, all lying In section 25 In close proximity to the proposed sited ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT I
Re: The license to practice of Constructlon County Courthouse at Stark., Florida. 6. Parent student student. representative Township 5 south Rang. 22 east Brad. or who hay. other evidence to p..nt. SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
of Dated. September 12, 1990. and a school board hearing. ford County Florida. should appear and be h.ard at the times Publication of this notice has b.gun on
Errol J. Brown, Richard L. Cox. Jr. If the grievance I I. not resaolved Instep Tog.th.r with on easement for Ingress and place prescribed. Anyone who Oct 18. 1990.P..onal .
P.O. Box 416, Northeast 19th St.. United States Marshal one or If the student decide not to egress, dralnag. and utilities wishes a verbatim transcript of these
under and
over across through
Lawtey Florida 32058 Mlddl. District of Florida confront the staff m.mb.r alone, the following described lands proceedings shall be responsible for Representatives
Case No. 89-010686 Lie.: RR 0055966.Th. Ralph J. L.., student may select an Instructional or Commence at the northwest: corner of their own arrangements. Roger Alan Pangborn
Departm.nt of Professional Assistant United States Attorney administrative staff member to represent the northeast 1/4 of the southwest 1/4 218 Beechwood Court
Regulation has filed an Administrative Attorney for Plaintiff. him/her In the proceedings. If thegrievance and run east 30 feet to the east right-of- Darrell O'Neal, Zoning Administrative Orang. Pork Florida 32073
Complaint against you a copy of which 9/27 4tchg 10/18, Cont. No. 626 I I. not resolved at step thr., way of a county graded roadway; th.nc. Official
may be obtained by contacting Attorney the student must submit to the principal along last said line the following ((2)) Donna Lou Wicker
Wellington Metfert 1940 N. Monroe NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR a written statement, signed by the courses and distances (1)) south 345 f..t 10/181tchg P.O. No. 660 11287 Derringer Circle North
,X Str..t. Tallahassee. Fl. 32399:0782. ('10.), TAX DEED parents( ), for the next step of the to the point of beginning; thence continue Jacksonville, FL 32225: : :
!M'! .aaG H.J. .";' .&dJ.W 1U0\/ 1.** it NOnC>IS-HeREBMCIVENythat/ HARRu Grl.vanc. Proceedure...The. tatement ((2)) south 30.0 feet, thence east
iIC tlf .no.,contact has been made by 'io 238.71 feet, thence north 30.0 feet, ..-. .
INGTON CHADLER the hold.r of the must contain: 1)) names) of all persons NOTICE Attorney. for Personal Representatives
concerning the above by November 14 thence west 238.71 feet to the point of
following certificates has filed said certificates Involved, 2)) dates on which the student :
1990, the matter of the Administrative for d..d to be Issued feels there unfair beginning; containing 0.16 acre mar or has made Walker
a tax was treatment and 3) lets Jack B Thompson application James V.
Complaint will be presented at an ensuing all lying In section 25 Township S
th.r.on. Th. certificate"numbers and a brief statement a* to why the student south 22 Bradford for SPECIAL EXEPTION No. 9 for: Walk.r A Koegler, P.A.
of the Board of ConstructionIn rang. east County
Informal proceeding. years of Issuance the description of the feels there was unfair treatment. Within Florida.at Horse*a*accessory to residential' use to 4655 Salisbury Rood, Suite 390
on 10/114tchg 11/1; Cont. 641 property and the names In which It was thr. school days the student shall public sal., to the highest and best th. Bradford County Board of Adjustment Jacksonville, Florida 32256
assessed are as follows: receive a written respons from the bldd.r for cash at the front door of the on property that Is classified RSF-1 Florida' Bar Number- 221945T.lsphon.(904)281.0300
Certificate No.: 240 principal concerning the grievance. Bradford County Courthouse Stark., and described below: ( )
Year of Issuance: 1988 If the student and parents( ) feel that Florida at 11:00 am on October 26, 1990.
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Description of Prop.rty No., they have not received satisfaction at Dated this 3rd day of October.1990. Section 1. Township 8 South Rang. 22 PO No. 652 10/18 2tchg 10/25
REGISTER 04316-0-00300, Lots 3, and 4 of Block 3 In" the school level, they may proceed with Hon. Ray Norman East Parcel No. 05362.0.00000. lots 78,
FICTITIOUS NAME Lincoln City, 32 6S22. steps 5 and 6, using the due process pro Clerk Circuit Court 80, and 82 of Crystal Lake Hometltes. CNnsm1200p08sl090f5 Section Lections
Pursuant to Section 865.O9, Florida Name In which assessed: HATTIE ceedure as outlined In the School Board Harry M. Hobbs, P.A.
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the WILLIAMS (LOT 3)), A.J. WILLIAMS (LOT Rule I 3tchrg. 10/4 10/11,10/18 Attorneys for PlaintiffPO This proposed request for a Special 1 STARKE
und.rslgnd. David W. Kochert P.O. Box 20448
4)). Exception Is subject to a public hearingto
Metros. Florida 32666 sol. Tampa Florida 33622.0448
All of said property being In the County 286-8333 b. h.ld before Bradford County Zoning
business under the firm ((813))
owner,of doing Scholarship Information Services of Bradford. State of Florida. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 10/11 2tchg 10/18, Cont. No. 642 Board on Monday Nov.mb.r S, 1990 422: N. St.Clair f-S4

nam*, Rt 2, Box 2922 Melrose, Florida Unless sold certificate or certificate MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA . . . .. . . . . .. at 7,00 p.m. In the Council room of Pastor: David Pleasant
shall be redeemed according to law the Stark City Hall 209 N. Thompson
32666 Intends to register said fictitious JACKSONVILLE DIVISION We Invite you to worship wtth us
name under the aforesaid statute. property described In such certificate or Court No.90-349-CIV-J-12 Street, Stark., Florida. Th. Zoning Attended Nursery

Dated this 26th day of September certificates will b. sold to the highest UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Board will make a recommendation to S'indsy School ._... --.__..._ 18 in
A.D. 1990 In Bradford County Florida. bldd.r at the court house front door on Plaintiff Dial Emergency the Bradford County Board of Adjustment ) Naming Worship ... ._...... .. ..-_. 11 un
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Th. Department of Transportation
District Two announces a public hearingto Ji r B 8
which all persons are Invited. Specific ;h
notice I. provided to the Jacksonville :

County Metropolitan Commissioners Planning Organization for Bradford and I ST. PAULI GIRL GERMANY N.R.BTLS.. 3.99

Putnam Clay and St. Johns counties serving
as MPO for th.lr respective counties. == lGJ [=J TSINGTAO IMPORTED CHNA I R.BTLB.. 4.99

Th. Public Hearing Is scheduled In the
Clay County Commission Room Clay YIELD ) 1 LOWE.IUU ZURICH IM:PORTEDR1 OZ. 4.49
County Courthouse, Highway 17, 823 DAY THEM YS } BUS.
Orang. Avenue, Gr..n Cove Spring., 7
Florida on October 29, 1990, aI7:00p.m. "\ SALE DI./ C TEXAS LIGHT ALCOHOL 81202.080K. 1.99
This Public Hearing I. being canducledpurauanlla tf, (I A FREE CANS
Florida Statute 339.134(4)c( )( ). ('.. >-_.::1
Purpose of the Public Hearing I Is to consider '1\\ PEARL RELIGHT ..120Z. 1 99
the D.partm.nt' Tentative Work i 1 1 / / : CANS .
I !f '
Program for the period 1991.92 through II
1995.96, and to consider the neceislty of R t ABC REGULAR,LIGHT 12.120Z. 29
the / I 1 ALE CANS.
making any changes to Program.This
..""' ''''
hearing wlllinciud.considerationof
proposed projects for Florida's Turnpike I 1 : .i GEHESEE ALEUURLIGHT 2CANS 8.99
Sy.m.Wrltt.n t
comments from the MPO's _
and other interested parties will b. I ''I 1 1 / I 1 1
r.c.lv.d by the Department at the Public
Hearing and within 10 days after the '

Public Hearing to: Comments should b. addressed JET TRcE FR : Gil6ey's BEEFEATER IMMMTID CMOtrtH am Smerno> 3' KA

R.G. Gr..n., District Secretary Gm. VODKA OR
Department of Transportation SCOTCH 1.722.99 SALE GIN 8O VODKA GIN
Post Office Box 1089 LTR.-r.00 ANTI IEL".. r 6
l oke City FL 32056.1089 1299 649 99 99
Telephone (9047523300.) 17.99 aEeArt \ ,; ; ts. t.7.

PO No. 653 10/18 Itchg DOT CS. OF 12. $154.95 CS. OF 6 $129.95 FREE w"e nocR.RR:;:, cs. OF 6 $137.94 CS. OF 6 $89.94 CS. OF 6 $59.94 t


I Pursuant to Section 193.122 Florida : 1751599 80 VODKA .
Statutes, Jimmy Alvarec Prop.rty Appraiser .FII SALE 17513.99. SALE "Nt RUM 94 GIN VODKA i
for Bradford County H.r.by Is -3.00 ...... -2.00 ..r"..... i
I gives notice the 1990 Tax Roll for Bradford 49 79
I County was certified to the Tax Col. 12.99 =11 11.99:1: 9 1.71 1199. :: 2399 10 171
I.ctor on the 4th Day of October 1990 111 ') I' LTR. LTR.
for the collection of to.... f CS. OF 6. $95.94 CS. OF 6. S82.95 CS. OF 8. $56.94 CS. OF 6. $71.94 CS. OF 6 ;$143.94 CS. OF 6. $64.50
PROPERTY APPRAISERBC Property P.O.Appraiser Box 258 "White Label Sark fl/anfi'e tf.> GIN s. 80 VODKA FIJiSCOTCH '

I Starke, Florida 32091 14.99 SALE
Itchg 10/18; Cont. 654 s s SCOTCH ,,. GIN LTR' J
i 699 -1.50 ::'.. + .
r 99 r I ,

REGULATION CS. OF 12 $163.00 CS. OF 6. $149.94 CS OF 12. $149.95 CS. OF 12 .$83.88 WITH PURCHASE OF*ITU! BOTTLE Of STOIICHNAYA WE3

NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE PERMIT i .., ._--. ,,-,. wn. _c' ri
Th. Department of Environmental
Regulation gives notice of Its Intent to i I t i// A i I 1 I I I 1 1 1 t t 1 1f
issue a construction permit to Mr. Bill

Thurber Florida D.partm.nt Assistant of Secretary Corrections.OMB 2601 k"1 JIM: fLEISCHMANm.. I raza 2 a n WINDSOR Captain//torgan f'D ,
Blair Stone Road. Tallahassee, Florida ,', PREFERRED 9 M CANADIANR SPICED
32399-2500, to construct a 1,100 LF concrete i
effluent outfall pip. to the N.w MM BLEND 17518.99 SALE RUM 86' PROOF
River for the existing wastewater treatment 5 LTR. O AA MI' 99
This outfall m 'J : "Z.UU MI'..
facility. Is proposed to 11 99 -
eliminate the discharge to the wetlands. 4-: 1399 1099 YY AF1tR U:. 15"
Th.r. is no Increase to the treatment 4 r. .... 16.99 IIfIAII 750 ML i
plant capacity. Chemical feed units for :u r; ) CS. OF 6 $83.94 CS. OF 6 $113.94 CS. OF 6 $71.50 CS. OF 6.59250
disinfection ph control and dechlorlna-
tlon shall also b. Installed. =- IMPORTED
Th. facility will be located at State r \\DANlttJ.i ABC IV Canadian HARWOOD USHERS .
Road 16 West of Starke, Bradford County { 1
Florida. Th. D.partm.nt has assigned "'" ." .,,,,, KENTUCKY Mist.CANADIAN JRU8A SCOTCH

ject.file numb.r' DCO4-182938 to this pro. BLACK LABEL BOURBON 1.7513.99 SALE 17511.99 SALE J'AM! AR1U'Ma) 11F

A person who. substantial Interests '.2.00 ::... LTR3.00 S:... 99 15"
or. affected by the Department's proposed 1099 1299 U
permitting decision may petition t. y4 b 11.99 REBATE 8.998 DARK T50 ML
ing)an in administrative accordance with proceeding Section 120.57(hear CS. OF 12 $131.88 CS. OF 6 $77.94 CS. OF6.$8350 CS. OF 6. $11.50 CS. OF 12$107.88Seagram's CS. OF 6.595.94

Florida Statutes. The petition must contain
the Information set forth below and bent KESSLER LORD
must b. filed (received) In the Office of BARTLES Schweppes ,
General Counsel of the Department at
2600 Blair Stone Rood Tallaha..... 17S 12.99 SALE BLEND .O.Vf.JT JAYMES ONICWADA n
Florida 32399.2<100. within 14 days of RINGER ALE
publication of this notice. Petitioner LTR. 1 00 m 99 .rv N,un, 99 { '
shall mail a copy of the petition to the -9.99i Ka 899 2 PAZ
applicant at the address Indicated above M 1.7
,, J : TE LTR. t Li R. t.OL LTR.
allh. of Failur. _
time filing. to fila petition
within this time period shall constitute ; CS. OF 6 $74.95 CS. OF 6 $77.94 CS. OF 12.S106.50 CS. OF 6.$77.94 CS. OF 24. $17.94 CS. OF 12 $9.48

a waiver of any right such person I .
may have to request an administrative
determination (hearing) und.r Section 111M :.[t]: '.','j III =4-1" 11:11 .11[s-.'.r I I ::i"f., III lII-i:1"I m 'l'ml' 'HI! =II ."" I; ']:lm"'I'ml'f"IJjI!:: C
12057 Florida Statutes. .
Th. Petition shall contain' the follow Bolla YArpr81AOMrNOOSAT :M 4.69 Carlo Rossi !:. rw. ;- dR. 5.49 Moet & Chandon S: E 19.99 Beaulieu eA.R.rAlmaAr""" "" 'NL B.99
ing Information: (a) Th. name, address, I"
and t.l.phon. numb.r of each petitioner Mouton Cadet ".:.: :M 5.99 Gallo ai =:'IUO" L\Tw. 3.79 LaFrancesca'::';'. :M 5.99 Sebastian! i.:woum' :I. 4.29
the applicant's and address error.UrrAi.T
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Reaction-After America's Most Wanted Segment Results in Arrest of Raiford Resident

by G.C. Crites
r.- Charles That
same sentiment
Raiford-Residents of this THE CRIMEHoffman Anthony echoed by others who
small N. Florida town were w Hoffman adamantly support
shocked and surprised by the Is charged with the after being Hoffman's innocence until
revelation that a member of murders of Michael R. Heiar,22, booked proven guilty, while
their community was wanted and Sherrl A. Plater 21, In Taylor into the fervently believing that It
by authorities In Wisconsinand County, Wisconsin according to UnionCounty should be cleared up and if he
the FBI in connection court documents.The should be found guilty then
with a 1985 double homicidein bodies were found June suffer the punishment.A .
Taylor County Wisconsin. 30, 1985 by a passing motorist In i.tom Jail. y "ta 41s A1e"+ 0
the National
Charles Anthony field crew Including a
forest. Both had been shot
Hoffman, living In Raiford several times with a small caliber rh cameraman sound
under the alias; Joseph Paul handgun and a shotgun.In technician and Field
Hoffman, was arrested April of 1987. a.22 caliber Producer spent Monday
without Incident at his homeon handgun that was !purchasedfrom October 15 in Union County
CR 229 In Raiford Hoffman by a Taylor County to do a follow-up on the
Florida Friday at resident was turned over to failing to appear in court for an arrest for 'America's Most
approximately night: police. Police tested the weapon unrelated charge of discharging Wanted'. They also found
The arrest was the result of a and determined that it was one firearms in a local tavern. that no one wished to go on
used to kill the couple. Charles Hoffman is
called record with
tip was Into the Union a statement
Taylor County police tried to being held in the Union County
County Sheriffs Dept. question Hoffman in June of 1987 Jail on $500,000 bond In other than that Hoffman leda Cows don't talk. i
Apparently someone was but were refused on the advice of connection with this crime.The normal life, seemed to be a
decent fellow and Sound Tech Tom Huxphal and Cameraman Jim Smith attempt to
watching 'America's Most Hoffman's attorney. Later next above Information was gleaned were
Wanted surprised and Interview cows for their follow-up piece for'Am< (a syndicated month police discovered that from court documents containingthe even a little
The cows had about as much to say as area residents who were I
Hoffman had after
television show that disappeared charges. disbelieving concerning this
turn of unwilling to make any statements on camera. The crew has to settle for
recreates crimes for which events. footage of the area-and livestock.

That same sentimentwas I
shared by others

whoadamanUysuppoHoffman's Innocence 1990 FORD RANGER XLT

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eluded capture) that evening trans. rU$7 995
at 8:00pm: and noticed that
the person wanted in 9
connection with one of the
crime segments bore a

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Immediate family membersof CARS & TRUCKS!
Hoffman's wife of a year.
Mrs. Jan Hoffman. HIGHEST TRADE-IN Sales Technicians

I In talking with residentsof ALLOWANCE '
Raiford who had reason to BETTER' 964-7200
come In contact with POSSIBLE!!!

Hoffman exception every said one that; without he is a lONE CALL DOES IT ALL!

decent man. He did his job.

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stated.unstable."He started One a resident life here $19,495 $10,495 $9,995 $8,495 $5,995
and led that life In apparent

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I know sure.
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Debbie Honeycutt a Blue&White, Fully Loaded!!!Cap 6 cyl. alum wheels like newt! 6 cy I 5 ipood AC low rnilei Fully Loaded!!!Sharp)Black &Silver
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resident Hoffman had and this to Raiford say "I $13,995 $9,995 $9,995 $6,795 $9,495

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and Comment Jan were from happy.the rest of $10,495 $1O,495 $6,995 $4,495 Fully Auto.Equipped AC. $6,495
the family of Jan Hoffmanwas
unavailable. A source
close to the family stated
that this has taken us
completely by surprise and
It's too soon to make any Call fromAnywhere
comment. We need to get this
Call fromGainesville
sorted out.
In Florida!
A clerk at the Handy WayIn 1-800-329-FORD
Raiford said. "Mr. 377-1096
Hoffman was always nice
when he came into the store. Starke
He never did anything out of" 664-7200
the ordinary. I tend to 209 W. MADISON STARKE FL
believe this Is a mistake butIf ,
not then he should not get
away with It."

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PmgtlB *"MES MONITORBF' TION pttoberla.199e

II M Pete Peterson Campaigns Here, Opposing Ex-Democrat GrantPete

I elected officials returned to office. One reason for
Peterson. Democratic Peterson proposed a seYeDpOintprogram Florida to law.close requiring out their campaign this is that they receive most of the
god intended to restrict financial PAC money and can outspend any
nominee for Congress from accounts at the end of each election.
r Congressional District. told a tri- activities that could: influence Seek a Constitutional amendment candidate that runs against them,he
of Executive Committee Congressional votes or' give unfair limitation onsemng added.
countY group to set a 11-year
bu advantage to incumbents. Among "We've!got to create a level playing -
members at a luncheon in in Congress:six terms for'membr.nof
that will be fair to aU,"
honor last Thursday that be would his proposals are: the House and two terms for field
fight for ethics reforms governing .Prohibit members of Congress members of the Senate. Peterson csid. "Incumbents don't
F U from funds for deserve to be re-elected in all cases,
the financial activities of persons using campaign personal '''!be American people have lost
use. inchintng payment of the simply because toy free mail
seeking or holding public office. faith with the Government' Peterson then
Some 50 Democratic Executive candidate's salary. said. "Enactment of these standards ing privileges : support
Committee members from Bradford Restrict Congressional from win help restore confidence in of special interest groups. He
working on a Congressional campaign added that he hopes all congressional -
.Baker and Union counties met the operation of Congress and the
1j with Peterson to offer their help In while on the public payroll. White House." candidates will supporproposals these
his campaign in a district that stret- Peterson out that some of including his opponent.
I d pointed
Establish limits on use of Bill who
new Grant changed his
in the east to weakening
ches from Clay County his proposals are aimed at -
franking privilege,with a total ban to the Republican
1 and Gulf Counties : of incumbency registration party
= I y'w Washington Bay franked mail six months before the privileges elected
+ .a in the west. It is the largest district on noting that M percent of all incumbents shortly being as a
each Congressional election.Enact in 1968.
this side of the Mississippi Hirer. legislation. similar to seeking reelection-are. Democrat
Peterson, a Marianna I
businessman who spent 6 112 years
as a Vietnam Prisoner of War. Service
received enthusiastic :support from Baby's Complete Diaper
the tri-county district Democrats
who will a combined
Democratic Rally at the Bradford Proven healthier for your baby
County Fairgrounds on October 20. Professionally sanitized; for your baby's safety and comfort

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October 18, 19110 TELKGKAPII: ,TIMES&MONITOR---B SECTION Page 38

.y Library Project To Serve ResidentsDo

you have a question,a problemor who needs volunteers, words to If you are temporarily or per-
just need help? songs,what form to use,stock prices manently disabled, we will mail
r The Bradford County Public last month, your senator's address, books to your home.
3 r Library has many new services that how to study for the GED, where to The Library wil help you apply for
, may be of interest to local residents, complain, toll free numbers or the free Talking Book Service If you are
. Including an I & R (information and winning lotto number the Library visually handicapped or have trou-
referral) program.The services are staff provides information by phoneor ble holding a book.,
provided through project LEARNS in person. The BCPL staff will provide
(Library Educational and Recrea- The BCPL delivers books, special workshops, programs and
w tional Neighborhood Services) and magazines, large print editions, activities or coordinate events on request -
are funded by a Library Services ADA Diet Exchange Lists, home Im- for agencies that serve the
and Construction Act grant. provement videos, polaroid disabled and the disadvantage

Did you known that the Bradford- cameras, or whatever you ask for, Call Debbie Allen at 964-6400 If you
right to the door of local for
Union Vo-Tech Center trains senior or someone you know needs
seniors, adult living facilities,
volunteers to learn to teach adults to assistance with special library ser-
neighborhood centers,
art* .
read? Whatever you m-i- vices.Get
training institution. ,__ ,I

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Two Injured Tuesday...

Ruth Crosby Corey and daughter Gina of Orange jury, whiplash and possible fracture of her left knee.
Park were Injured In a two vehicle accident at Water Her condition as of press time was" listed as fair stable.
and Call Sis. Tuesday afternoon. Gina,7,was treated for a head laceration and released -
They were transported by Rescue to Bradford from Bradford. I
Hospital suffering multiple trauma according to Driver of the second vehicle, Becky Jones of Starke.
Paramedics Dwayne llardee.Jerral Johnson and Joey was not transported. -
Knapp. Extrication was required by Squad Five. Ruth Details of the accident were not available at press
Corey a Southslde Elementary teacher, was later time as the Investigation Is continuing.
transferred to University Medical Center for a head In.

I Supreme Court Disciplines Four Attorneys I :1

I The Florida Supreme Court has Conduct,knowingly assisting or con- Florida Bar.
suspended three attorneys and ducing another to do so or doing so The attorney is required to serve a
reprimanded one in court orders through the acts of another and com- three-year probation period. During
issued between September 19 and mitting a criminal act which that time he must enter Into a con Your Home Ready For The
October 4. The high court Issued the adversely reflects on his honesty, tract with Florida Lawyer's
; following action taken by The trustworthiness or fitness as a Assistance for treatment and supervision
Florida Bar. lawyer. of substance abuse and re-
, The following lawyers are being Based upon the decision of the main under contract with FLA during HOLIDAYS Now !
disciplined: United States Court of Appeal for the the term of his probation.
Eleventh Circuit, a judge who serv- Hardy is also required to
Dudley Price Hardy, of Starke, ed as referee in the disciplinary case disciplinary costs of$590.75. He pay
suspended for 90 days effective found that from 1982 through 1986, born in 1941 and admitted to the was Bar iiirriii--- j1,,__ JflflT
retroactively to December 1988, in Hardy was a regular user of cocaine in 1966.
court order dated October 4. He was and often hosted parties at his home Purchase
found guilty of engaging in illegal where his guests would consume co- Michael Jeffrey Nednick, NY, Special
conduct involving moral turpitude; caine. temporarily suspenced pending a J
engaging in conduct that adversely Hardy was convicted in federal disciplinary Investigation in court
reflects on his fitness to practicelaw court on durg charges and was order dated Sept. 19. 35 Saxony Plush
; committing an act contrary to automatically suspended from the Robert H. Swedlow, Ft. Lauder- oz.
honesty, justice or good morals; practice of law in December 1988. dale, suspended for 91 days.
committing an act which is unlawfulor However, on appeal that convictionwas John E. Kirkpatrick, Miami,
contrary to honesty and justice; reversed and August 13, 1990, he publicly reprimanded rIn court w
violating Circuit the Court Rules of Professional was reinstated as a member of The ordered dated Oct. 4. CARPET $ 1 299yard

Oct. 8 Finalsby Built-in Stain Resistance

Carolyn Eaves cluded offense); placed on one year gravated battery; probation order Professionally Installed with Heavy Pad
BCT Staff Wrlt.r probation, $200 restitution. amended with special conditions,
Raymond Louis Wilkerson pled no pay $106.56 to Bradford Hospital: '
The following defendants appeared contest burglary of structure and Steve DeSue charged with
in Bradford Circuit Court battery; placed on 24 months proba- gravated battery; probation order ag- REMNANTSREMNANTSREMNANTSIOO's -
before Judge J. L. Tomlinson Oct. 8 tion, stay away from victim unless amended with special condition,pay
for motion day, the cases received statement by her she wants him $106.56 Bradford Hospital.
final disposition. there, stay employed. Jerry Lynn Hansen charged with
aggravated battery; make restitu- In Stock to Select From.
Bryan Arthur charged with Change of Plea tion to University Medical Center
burglary with battery; pled no con- Ezel Gunsby pled no contest Oct. 1 $8,940,no interest to be added on that
test burglary dwelling' (lesser.lp- ,
1. Great Prices
cluded offense\ )., placed on five years to-introduction, of contraband-into '1JIfu __.. $ I 99
fjrn wobatio i 1 state correctional facility; found J
l. ?
-, ,r s '"'< 'gutDty, placed on cohtro) .f t"Heagi i I r
dismissed.Arthur 'ch rged with- battery;: "* Fob"?'f .y I 'p.ut M:' ple : Many'From" JL Ea.

June Benefield charged with petit violation I of probation I (VOP)
theft, burglary third degree; court Competency Hearing trespass In occupied structure;
found defendant incompetent to Oct. 3Richard found guilty, probation revoked;,
stand trial, committed to HRS men O. Johnson charged with placed on six months probation, no
tal facility. found to stand alcohol beverage, screening at
Daren Lamar Chandler pled no escape trial, ;to receive Incompetent treatment BUGC necessary seek counseling.
contest opposing law enforcement any doctors. Troy Allen George pled guilty
officer without violent; placed on prescribed by psychiatic VOP grand theft; placed on com-
one year probation. Restitution Hearing munity control two years. TEAL TILE & CARPET
Alfonso Covington pled no contest Aubry Geer pled no contest VOP
an altered lottery ticket Marvin Ollie Smith charged with possession of drug paraphernalia;
sentence as habitual offender, aggravated battery without a must complete 40 hours community
found guilty, sentenced to Department firearm ordered to make restitu- service in Alachua County In addI-
of Corrections 12 months. tion to everyone including crime tion to any other community service 131 N. CHERRY STREET 964-7423
June Dell charged with disorderly compensation fund, $15lM. ordered In Alachua for DUI, com-
intoxication, battery on law enforce- Emanuel Brown charged with ag- plete by Jan. 31. .
ment officer; found Incompetant to -
stand trial, committed to HRS
secure residence facility for mental

test two Ricky years purchase Stephen probation of cocaine Dobbs must pled; placed submit no con-on to ... DEMOCRATIC RALLY ***

testing and treatment drugs,pay
$350 investigative fee to sheriff's of

fice.Christopher Clark Estevez pled and
guilty burglary of structure; placedon
two years probation, make
restitution $120 to Robbie's Reef.
David Cary Smith pled no contest
aggravated assault; placed on six FREE CHICKEN 'PERLO' DINNER
months probation, seek alcohol
treatment if needed, make restitu-
tion; probation terminated if he goes
into military in Feb.
Joseph B.Stafford pled no contest
criminal mischief six months probation
seek alcohol treatment, .
make restitution. . . . . . . . . . .
Frederick R. Steele pled no con

six test months shooting probation into occupied, costs vehicle access- : TIME: 5:00: PM. until 9:00: P.M. .

DATE Oct. 20 ...
ed.Diane Green Vandiver pled no : ,

contest simple battery (lesser in. PLACE: Bradford County Fairgrounds ,

: SPEAKERS: Pete Peterson Candidate for Congress,

Library Buchele StoryhourRod Presents George Crady Local & State Democratic .

Buchele,Bradford County 4-H : Candidates and more !

coordinator special storyhour will at present the Bradford a very . . . . . . . . . . ..

County Library Thursday, Oct. 18,
from 10 to 11 a.m.Preschoolers .
are invited to attend
"Shh..We're Hatching in Here". The Bradford County
Buchele placed an incubator in the
Library last month so that local
children could observe the lifecycleof Democratic Committee
a favorite farm animal, the Perlo0aliloong
chicken. hiclcelt

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I Police Beat responsible for two burglaries In found in the ditch on Forsyth Road,
according to Bob
Union County. in front of the owner's house. She was released Deputy after McGrath. released after a surety bond was torney's Of.Ice dropping John
McRae and the juvenile were Rogers at the scene said he woke up ty bond was posted. a$1,500 sure- posted. rrln' 'prt charge, prowiitor
by Carolyn' Eiv. charged with four counts of armed behind the wheel of the Camero but Mfflffes IV said.Larrison .
BCT Suit Writer burglary and four counts of grand he last remembered being in his van Embritt Lee,57,was arrested Oct. Schroll 17, and
theft. The juvenile was taken to and doesn't known how he got in the 10 for trespass on school grounds, Three ArraignedOn Christopher Taylor, 24, pleaded not
Starke ManCharged detention In Gainesville. McRae was Camero, according to Paris. """Jkeness,according to Patrolman Escape ChargesThree guilty to the same charges.
WithAttempted released on his own recognizance at Damage to the vehicle was $300. W. s. Allen. He was released on his Moore Is in prison for car theft and
his first appearance.. Bond was set at $5,215.25, Rogers own recognizance. inmates were arraignedOct. Schroll for armed burglary. Tayloris
Murder The investigation is continuing as was released on his own Traffic 15 on escape charges stemming serving a life sentence for sexual
Johnel McCray was arrested Oct. other charges are expected, said recognizance. Elmore David Ross 38, of Lawtey from month.a short-lived prison break last :
11 for attempted murder after he Aderholt. was arrested Oct. 13 for driving
Recent They are charged with hotwiringa
allegedly( shot a woman Wednesday ArrestsIn while license suspended (DWLS),
Man Found In Car prison van and driving it throughtwo
night. He remains In custody under
Bradford according to
Trooper W.M.Abrams.
CountyThe fences at the North Florida
$50,000 bond. Charged With Theft Bond was set at $215.25, he was Reception Center.The inmates were 1&1
Police officers were called to the following arrests
were made released on his .
emergency room at Bradford David Franklin Rogers, 22, was by local authorities in Bradford own recognizance.Greg apprehended by law officers after
Hospital where a woman suffered a charged with grand theft auto, driv- County. Lee driving a few miles to nearby Lake
gunshot wound, according to ing while license suspended Oct. 13, was arrested Butler.
12 for
Patrolman Jerry Feltner. according to Deputy M. H. Paris. Mary Ann Soud, 59, was arrested DWLS,driving under Influence David Moore, 22, already has
Vera Jean Rogers had been shot A 1987 Chevrolet Cnmoro was Oct. 12 on a capias for grand theft Patrolman Gerald according He to pleaded.'. guilty to escape and grand The escalator was patented. In
with a small caliber bullet which was 'ft In exchange for the State At 1892.
travelled through the kidney, liver, -
spleen area and lodged in the pancreas
according to the report. She
was flown by TRAUMA I to University _
Medical Center where she was
treated and released two days later.
According to Patrolman Feltner, d ;:
;r- wr
Rogers said she was shot by McCraynear
the Fish Market as she was on THURS WED.
her way to a convenience store. She OCTOBER 1824,1990QUANTITY / s
was taken to Bradford Hospital RIGHTS
by .
private vehicle, said Feltner. / -RESERVED.....- ; /
The investigation of the incident is -.- -

Suspect Captured

After 2 Hour SearchA

Maxville man was apprehendedtwice
Monday morning after he fled

him from into a deputy custody.attempting to take PREMIUM GRADE WeD BRAND U.S. CHOICE WeD SPECIAL TRIM

I Tony the home Smith of reportedly a female he burglarized knew in FRYER EYE OF WHOLE

Lawtey. He allegedly began hitting
the victim and kept her in the
residence against her will, according
to deputy Deputy responded Joseph DeBergalis.The after the. QUARTERS ROUND ROAST SMOKED HAMS

department was notified and arrested
Smith. As he was placing
Smith into the patrol car Smith was
able to get away from the deputy
9-11 LB.
and ran into a wooded area The
Department of Corrections assisted PKG. $
with officers and the K-9 unit from 599
Reception Medical Center in Lake I
Butler and Smith was captured ,8c $1"LB.
DeBergalis about two hour later, said

Smith, 22, was charged with
burglary, escape, false imprisonment
resisting arrest with violence I IB
and on an outstanding capias for LB.
three counts of misdemeanor bat-
tery (violation of probation), said
DeBergalis. He was released on hiS I


Starke Man Charged

With Growing Pot

A 71-year-old Bradford County WHOLE HOG MILD,
man was charged Tuesday with MEDALLION BRAND FAMILY PACK MEDIUM or HOT To? W-O BRAND

his growing and curing marijuana on FRYER DRUMSTICKS LB. 88 d WeD BEEFPATTIES COlIlDlUnlu'FRESH

Nelson Charles Griffis was arrested SAUSAGE State -Member

cannabis Oct.and 16 possession for manufacturing,.of drug CUBED STEAKS *.LD. $229 '" =.::::.::: oc= FDIC
David paraphernalia Aderholt., according to Lt. .,m .' + f. ,? .w $198" ..01.. /, .; $209 THESE SERVICES .AVAILABLE:
While investigating marijuana FRESH TURKEY \ i lit -, 3:rt3. ChKMngjtavrtef'i+ Chocks
growing in a wooded area behind CUBED STEAKS. LB. $197 LB. tLpKG. Savings' Aceour* 4- Credit Card Applications
Griffis house, deputies noticed Loin Application Money Olden
marijuana had been removed from a SKINLESS HICKORY SWEET W-D CHOPPED Certificate' *of Deposit Night Depository
bucket. $168 $299 Money Market Accounts Notary I Public
: Found in one room of a building FRYER BREAST .a. $198 SLICED BACON Lt HAM . . U. HOURS:
:. belonging to Griffis were fans,
heaters, dehumidifier and mari 10-14 La SIZE CAROLINE W.D COOKED LOUIS RICHTURKEY MON-WEtt. FRI. 9am4pmTHURS. 9im-6p.m.: : : S pcnnark't
$399 HI.$698
.., juana marijuana seeds, said, equipment Aderholt.used to dry FRESH TURKEYS LB. $117 HAM . . / SATURDAY) 8im-2pm: ankW'

Gnffis! awaits first appearance at W-O REGULAR H a 0

Man Charged WINGS or DRUMSTICKS LB.68c BOLOGNA . ft? SISIU WHITING. . m $599

With Spouse BatteryA
23-year-old man was charged
Oct. 12 with battery (spouse) after EVERYOAY EVERYDAY
deputies were called to a domestic PRICE \\I PRICE EVERYDAY FRESH
dispute at the Mimosa Trailer Park, LOW LOW PRICE
according to Deputy Anderson
Holland. PRODUCE
Charles Lester Boyer 23 became
hostile and was arrested! by the
deputy.. He was released from
custody: ordered to report to BUGC s Nature makes the produce.
upon his release and violate no laws, WINN-DIXIE
makes the difference.
r .
according to Deputy Holland. I 1

I Juvenile ChargedIn HARVEST FRESH


A juvenile from the Brooker area KMFT I POTATOES
I : was arrested and charged with three JUICE I CHEESE
.c. armed burglaries and three counts
.. of grand theft Oct. 13. $938SUPERBRAND $188
According to Chief Deputy Pat _
. Henry the Juvenile was charged with 10-LB.
I ,.... the burglaries that occurred in t BA(1
September from a residence on
SR-18 west of Brooker. During the
burglaries numerous guns were HARVEST FRESH
taken. Some of the guns have been IVMVDAY 1.l''J I![ II: \ .corn II IV'.YDAy"r.OW".leI US
recovered by Chief Deputy Henry. PEPPEHUNI', AUSAGa.. EAPPLESOATMEALRAISIN
The juvenile was taken to the EECHIPMILK
3 .... detention center in Gainesville. VINNIE'SBIVTA
.. 84e
:..1. The investigation is continuing. . 10.SIll MARGARINE :. iw $119 'A

s'i /-. On Man Federal Wanted Charges COOKIES SOUP CAMPBELL'S COMBOS &9 m $O<$00 PARKAY 2 I-lJ. $119 ) 4-LB.BAG $1 "

if Arrested In _.
: r C A 37-year-old man with a Jackson- 99 or 1OI. STRAWBERRY TRIM SUNNY HARVEST FRESH
..*. ville address was charged in Lawtey 11-oz. PEPPERIDGE FARM N-.. $169 PINK or WHITE
on a warrant for armed bank rob- PKG. $158 DELITE . . SIZI FLORIDAGRAPEFRUIT
bery (violation of probation). HALLOWEEN LAYER CAKE . u BUTTER Me MOTSUPERBRAND CliiiFEiw
Captain Ray Shuford discovered CAPTAIN CRUNCH DIXIANA
Robert Earl Reed was wanted by the $298 69c 33c
U. S. Marshall during a traffic stop CEREAL . WAFFLES 1aT .lIt =i

.I Store.Oct. 13 at the Commissary Food 'WE GO OVERBOARD WITH.OUat SEAFOOD INSPECTION' $ 1 9 9

: Reed was released to federal SoU.
authorities Oct. 15. FEDERALLY "JEXtUSfflCSi'Io' .4 .ffffiiS. FRESH FARM RAISED BAG


on*ono taoo Wttm-OUI. SPINACH DaAG:
I An adult and a juvenile from All= -. 4- '.
Brooker were arrested Oct. 15,
with four in the =! tot ttw Iniluolryi =:: S699 AN r QUINCY FARMS
I charged burglaries ra Mot oioon M you*H $249 6eWFinRFnas 97ePale.8
Brooker area. Ihot=mota ,"oniorioii Mitho MUSHROOMS I
WMrt you know FRESH SEAFOOD r.c
Shane Lopez McRae 20, and a -T..YM koM,",".my infc.lor .< LB.
I juvenile were arrested for separate your ojMty.CM**N out.OIMOyou FRESH FARM RAISED
burglaries in the Brooker area that try.,you*M hoohM. DELTA PRIDE FRESH OCEAN SWEET
t. occurred Oct. 5 thru according to _.... Whwf Sootood M FodoruHy' 'liwpocMdor CATFISH $399 $399 POTATOES. u. 29c
r Lt. David A. Aderholt. In the ( olnn)ond"wrimmMH: )) FILLETS u PERCH FILLETS u

.:....... burglaries the two took numerous
Items including guns. Most of the

_: Aid teamed been property During Aderholt.placed that was the In investlgaiton the recovered an abandoned two were as it It house also was bad, I iZ 1141 a4IaE* [ iLL1' !i]. ri DJF4J4I

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News Briefsby custody of the county jail since his Investigation of the murder as well
Starling arrest. as other alleged misconduct of the
sheriff's office. The jury has been
Carolyn Eave Grand extended twice in order for them to
"Gizmo" MeetsIn
Now BCT Staff WriterMurder Jury complete their request.
Renaud MurderInvestigation Assistant State Attorney William
-i r At Trial CaseA C. Maloney of Palatka will present
Set For Oct. 23 evidence to the jurors.
Bradford grand Jury, extended
Betty Bancroft Chevrolet Geo Dennis Michael Larsen, accusedof. from the 101)9 Fall Term, will be in 408 Arrests
killing his estranged wife's session Friday,Oct.19,to inquire In- ProcessedIn
boyfriend,is scheduled to stand trial to the investigation of the Meghan

See Me For All Your New &, Used next Larsen week is in Bradford charged County.with killing Renaud The body murder.of the 12-year-old girl SeptemberDuring the month of September
Robert Eugene Cain,Jr.who died on was found March 23, 1989, near her
Herlong Street June 17 of a gunshot home in Deerfoot Trail south of 140 arrests were processed throughthe
Needs ,
Car Bradford Jail
Truck accordingto
or wound to the chest. Witnesses said Starke.The murder remains unsolv- County
2600 N. Main St. Larsen shot Cain with a 9mm ed.Grand The Sheriff arrests Kenneth included 56 felony, 37
semiautomatic pistol. foreman told the state
Gainesville, Fl 32601 .",2ni: L LLC( .' S Bus. 376-7581 Larsen, 42, was indicted by a attorney In jury May that the grand Jury misdemeanor and 19 driving while under license influence
grand iurv June 29. He has been in wanted to look into the conduct of the suspended_ driving

r- Starke police officers made 39 arrests
deputies made 80 arrests, ten
arrests were made by Florida
Highway Patrol troopers, two ar-
WinnDixieTM rests were made by Lawtey PD,one
by the Brooker marshal, five by the
chief at Hampton and three by the
court.A .
1 total of 778 calls were receivedby
the dispatchers at the county Jail.
428 calls were listed as miscellenous,
98 were felony investigations, 19
missing person, 37 fires (struc-
ture/woods), 26 accident calls and 26
assists at accidents and 98 calls were
to scenes of a burglary.
PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION: Sheriff's deputies wrote 13 traffic
STARKE citations,recovered one stolen vehicle
470 WEST MADISON STRUT served 596 civil papers and provided
SELECT LEAN WHOLE or escort for 19 funeral processions
in September, according to

RIB HALF Sheriff Bradford Etheridge.County

PORK LOIN Rescue Answers
169 Calls In Sept.

Bradford County Emergency
Medical Services Rescue respondedto
a total of 169 calls/or/runs duringthe
month of September, accordingto

119 Supervisor transports Cliff Chapman.required the

1O transporting of 124 patients. Fifty
calls required no transporting. The
LOW PRICES back-up unit made 19 runs and two
patients were transported by
Center Trauma in I Jacksonville.to University Medical

The majority of the patients, 77,
were taken to Bradford Hospital.Ten .
LB. SLICED FREE patients were taken to Shands
Nobody Can Beat Nobody! Hospital, five to North Florida
o 0 Regional Hospital, one to VA and 21
to Alachua General Hospital, all in
Gainesville. One patient was takento
Winn-Dixie Helps You Get the Lowest Total Food Bill Everyday! SLICED SELECT LEAN LOIN HALF Baptist and one to Memorial
. to La. Hospital, both in Jacksonville. One
Our Prices. patient was transported to Lake
Compare You'll Like The Savings. Butler Hospital Hand Surgery

Discount Prices That Save You More! of needing Illness emergencies attention.related calls with The topped next 54 highest the people list

need, 20, was to people in trauma
with another nine people requiring
I attention for trauma resulting from

I ..oJ'' .,"" :' t. ""'OL :' t. I vehicle patients accidents.and 15 calls Fifteen to people cardiac suffering

,. .'n'I,,=:r1 : 5 -/O. ': ::6U. yO .SOOlO200L 250lo' in need.respiratory problems were next

0" 0', Off 10FF occ overdose attention.Three obstetric victims Rescue and patients responded one person required to two in

National\ Brand All PantYhose Bonneau Suggested All Sizes AH Greeting Cards an Bradford emotional Rescue crisis.assisted Unit 51
Magazines Suggested sunglasseS Retail Suggested Retail (Lake Butler) on one run, was on
Chips Retail// L
gags Retail stand-by for four football games in
Books Price
6 Paper Back Price Suggested Price Starke and provided eight in-
Everyday Everyday Price Everyday ___ Everyday Everyday terhospital transfers.
\ \ Two people were dead when the
unit arrived.
Five calls were cancelled and
three calls were false alarms,accor-
ding to Chapman.

I EVERYDAY Dial 911 Emergency


LOW PRICE LpHi PRICE Continue License,

DUI Vehicle Inspections
'I'< Bradford CountyThe

Florida Highway Patrol will
be conducting driver license and
vehicle inspection checkpoints during -
I I I' the week of Oct. 19 through Oct.
PERDUE DELI 25 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18,
SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B,
e TURKEY BREAST CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231,
CR-227,CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A
in Bradford County.
$390 I Union CountyThe
Florida Highway Patrol will
be conducting driver license and
/ I Ir vehicle inspection checkpoints during
,I 8-INCH. :2 LAYERS I the week of Oct. 19 through Oct
: GERMAN CHOCOLATE or 25 in SR-100, SR-121,SR-231, SR-241,
,':r: COCONUT SR-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR-229,
CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-
'" @I. '-. 'i. CAKE 796A in Union County.

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Starke 964-S451

f: __ BEO SPARERIBS 98C ""B $130 $110 <;$2.80 SPJECTAlTfi

::==':Ao'DINNER PACK BT 38-BOX=. BTU ::".tNJ 4 -.Raat' elbowlbg;h ennsbrat Only:

,-, :=SEAM.EeWU.wSSE... EA.' I

; DRUMMerres) RITZ _. DOLL . . u.t
DRUMMEHE $18 ........
t rwEMOrN or 10PT MINT
'",; PLATTER . EL CRACKERS 1\II"\: AiD1 _w-::._ I PLAX ..$2 6 4 GENE WILDER


BREAD II-.,. $-49 R C EVEREADY ALKA $197 .

301 DRIVEINStarke.9647484

'j Fri. Sat. Sun.
: The meat wasted men
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Page_SS ? TIMES:MOM: 'i'OK.-B SECTION October 18, 1990

Toxic Waste Amnesty Days To Resume

-. --

The popular Amnesty Days pro-
gram, giving Floridians an opportunity
to dispose of up to 100 poundsof ScheduleCLAY
hazardous waste at no charge, Waste Pick-Up
was reauthorized by the 1988 Florida I,3
sweep.Legislature for another state wide

The program, conducted by the
Department of Environmental
Regulation (DER), is available to
schools, farmers,government agen- M Keystone Heights The Week of October 30
cies and small)) businesses. h'r
Amnesty Days has three main ob-
jectives: ((1) To purge Florida of
significant amounts of hazardous
waste; ((2)To educate citizens about BRADFORD
the safe and proper management of
hazardous waste; ((3) To help Starke The Week of January 5
citizens better understand the need
for a permanent facility to collect
hazardous waste in their county; ,
Amnesty days has a 100 pound '
limit and does not accepty latex g3rtD A IT 1i UNION
paint unless the county is collecting rtf
for teries recycling.will be accepted Use motor for oil recycling.The and bat-. A9'N 'L.. told Lake Butler The week of January 19

program will not accept
biologically active waste, radioactive
waste, gas cylinders or ord-
nance material.

The New Progream...

Amnesty Days takes three yearsto Pninto.grr SPECIAL
conduct the series of collectionsthat ?
will visit each of Florida's 67 W ,1t
counties.The southern portion of the c rnse

I was state completed was visited in in June March 19B9 1989 The and r-1i9 w nn, rag i''' Beltone Hearing Aid Service

central portion pf the state was MA6NIJM welcomes to come to ECKERD
visited in October 1989 and was com- you
pleted in April 1990.Collections were DRUG STORE for:
Begun in the north Florida countiesin This Is a sample of the dozens of Hazardous Waste commonly found around the home.
August 1990,and are continuing. EVALUATION
Currently, a pick-up is scheduledfor FREE HEARING
Keystone Heights Monday, Oc-
tober 30. Starke will not be visited THURSDAYOct.
until January S, and Lake Butler
Saturday, January 19. in the ] hazardous To demosntrate wastes can to the be public safely that and llth Oct. 25th
Other scheduled pick-ups WHAT IS HAZARDOUS?
properly managed with a minimum lOam 2pm
surrounding area are: Lake City, .', of Inconvenience.GSX 2pm
Friday and Saturday, January 25 1 Starke Starke
and 26; Palatka Friday and Saturday Many chemicals commonly used around the home

November 9 and 10; Green are considered hazardous, and may contaminate ,., Chemical Services,Inc.is the all makes and models of
Cove Springs, Thursday, November groundwater If burled In landfills or poured Into :. '-* state-sponsored contractor with all We service
1; and Orange Park, Saturday, "' "j't the necessary personnel and equip- Aids. If or someone you
November 3. sewers. f ment for collecting, packaging, and Hearing you
The new program has exceededthe Garden pesticides, insecticides for. home use, all, disposal of the waste. The entire love has a hearing problem, or difficulty
expectations by a considerable petroleum products such as motor oil, left over oil: operation Is handled by highly
margin.Amnesty Days has seen bet- thinners and solvents, qualified chemists and assistants, understanding conversation, please
base paints, paint removers
ter than a fourfold increase in par- and there has never been a single incident
ticipation over the first amnesty wood preservatives, brake fluid and antifreeze pool during the entire Amnesty come and take advantage of this FREE
days in 1984-87 chemicals and muriatic acid, dry cell batteries and any Days collections.A .
A very important aspect of the unused and unknown medicines and chemicals. toll-free telephone number is offer. If you can't, come in, please call
new Amnesty days program is thatit available to assist citizens with information
is being conducted in partnershipwith Improper disposal such as burying the wastes and answer questions 378-2088 and make an appointment.
the counties and local govern- placing In household garbage or pouring down the, about the Amnesty Days program:
ments so that Increased awareness sewer has the potential for toxic substances to reach 18003420184.
and knowledge are transmitted to '
drinking water supplies. .
the community.
Several goals have been set for the in many areas of the state the water table Is five, Household Wastes...

new Amnesty Days program: feet, orless, below the land surface. Individual acts in If you have a,hazardous it together.waste The site
To promote citizen awareness your garage
regarding proper handling and such as burying a single can of paint or a change of : state actually wants all your old or Every Single Item On Sale
disposal of household hazardous oil;tn the ground, multiplied thousands of times, pose unwanted paint thinners,pesticides,
oils, batteries,antifreeze,
waste. motor car
'a'threatto the water 11
supply 1
oil base and the like. ..
To Florida citizens to paints
give a way r
dispose of hazardous materials and Sewage treatment plants and septic tanksfoften: f 1 Housenolft"hazardous wastes are a ,
to collect significant amountss of cannot filter out hazardous materials,'and eventually problem for all communities in ., 10
these materials statewide. Florida and the Departmenmt of Environmental *
into the
this material may get groundwater supplyIf Regulation Is doing
To surplus or unwanted -
chemicals from school laboratories. emptied Into a sewer. Also landfills for garbage and something about it.You are going to
: To assist in developing future ,trash allow for great concentrations of these toxic have a chance to clean out your old
hazardous materials strategies and materials, and here to,they may get Into the storage shed,garage and even under
all that
encourage development of facilities your sink and get rid of un- "'"
I I to properly manage the waste we all :groundwater. wanted hazardous waste that you've
I generate. -- been hanging on to for so long. _..... I

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s---=-" -=. :-::;::;: 1 I : : Ramblers Headed for North Georgia to See Leaves TUrning
; ::;=.: : :
itlr; ; : -
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.::' "'. !- : I By Buster Rohn Mocassin Creek State Park, near boree, with 4.000-5,0(10( RVs expectedto Ramblers plan to attend [Tie
---I ,:: : and a privately owned attend, will be held I
Bar Staff Writer facility at the Tampa meeting the first national jamboreeto
The New River Ramblers Chapterof in Thomasville, Rose Cam Fairgrounds, In March. Several be held In Florida.
L the Good Sam Club are heading pground.
for Hiawassee Wagonmaster Tucker is schedul-
Georgia today
(Thursday, Oct. 18) for a four-day ing campouts at Stone Mountain
that coincides with State Park, near Atlanta, and
campout the tur-
ning of the leaves in the higher another trip Into the area, to TRI COUNTY DEMO RALLYSat.
Gardens, in
elevations of North Georgia and Calloway 1991.
I Southern Tennessee.Led In November, the Ramblers will
make its annual campout at the
by Wagonmaster Neil Tucker,
the camping is scheduled to Georgia-Florida Campground just Oct. 20
below Valdosta its ,
camp in the Georgia Mountain State giving membersan
Park, about 450 miles from Starke opportunity to do some shoppingat
and 10 miles below the Tennessee- the outlet stores on 1-75, or play '
Georgia line.Friday golf on the nearby golf course. FAIRGROUNDSSTARKE
and Saturday the This year the Ramblers will hold
will tour the mountains campers west of its Christmas party in Lake Butler,
.- Franklin, N.C., and visit Fontana foregoing the requirement to camp
Dam, an impoundment creating a out over the week-end.In prior years U.S. 301
'" huge lake with a community noted the group has stayed in the Starke
KOA in December and held its
for In summer the Saturday water activities.night business Christmas party in the campgroundrec 5 to 7 P.M.
meeting, the group will vote on a
slate of officers for 1991, submittedby The New River Ramblers camp-
Lanes"t ing chapter was formed to provide
an Elections Committee chairedby
Bonnie& Sam Muslin
are poised
Mac Baldwin. Tillman Braddockhas fun and fellowship area RV
atmosphere for your bowling been nominated for president; owners and draws its membershipprimarily

Jewel Frank Brown Mitchell, vice-president, Counties, from although Union two and memberslive Bradford CHICKEN & RICE

Bowling treasurer and, secretary Neil Tucker, Jr., wagon-Johns, in High Springs and two live in 4*
master. Jacksonville.. The modest dues,
$16.25 per year, pay all chapter ex-
Membership in the Ramblers Is
Renovation capped at 35 by charter,with a cur allowed.penses, and fund raisers are not SUPPER with TrimmingsMusic
rent roster of 33 members,with two
The chapter, formed In the sum
or three couples to
I expected petitionfor mer of 1988, enters its third year in SpeakingALL
membership next month.
1 When crave exercise
January, with only two or three
excitement and fun to be shared This year the Ramblers have members dropping out during the
'I' by: the whole family you could camped number in Georgia State Parks a time, for varied reasons. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES
I take turns writing zero's after a of times, since the ac- Membership requires a member
comodations excellent, the
: one for a few hours until
you make three campouts a year. Most
scenery outstanding, and the price INVITED TO SPEAKPd.
I arrived at the amount of the much RV owners have no trouble with the
Federal Budget Deficit. or you more reasonable than Florida requirement.The .
could take the family out for a Parks. Included in the itinery this National Good Sam Jam- .Adv.Paid for by Bradford County DEC
were Laura Walker State Park,
night of bowling at Starke Lanes year
near Waycross: Little Ocmulgee ..-... -
HWY 301 N.
on State Park, Near McRae; Jekyll
Oh sure, went there a few
you Brunswick
Island State Park, near
years ago and the parking lot < SANTA FE FORD .,
looked like an off-campus high Don't Give Money. Hand-
school pep rally,you dodged 30r .Instead,purchase food items
4 thousand bottles, parked your
refer the
car,went inside, had a good time person to an
and left. You didn't come back that can provide food, shel-
because the chaos in theparklng and other assistance, or give
lot was unneccesary soyouVe to a restaurant or grocery
been content to sit home and that can be turned in for
watch taped episodes of The iuiiiiuuiiiPLEDGE. ;
Love Boat. Food is usually in short sup-
There have been quite a few ply at homeless shelters,especially
changes since your last visit .
the items, juices, meat, soups
most notably new
husband/wife managementteam and.stews. ...
of Sam and Bonnie _.._
Muslin. They are quite serious 91 F-150
about your fun. They have
the past 3 months, r* PETEPETERSON
a most thorough

renovation of Starke Lanes., Air, overdrive, AM/FM/ ,
From top-to-bottom cleaning to
the Initiation of many exciting ,* stereo, ungrade tires, power
new bowling to the uw
U.S. CONGRESS steering and brakes tintedonly
reclaiming of the parking lot for ,
customers. They have glass undercoat dual
spare no effort and spent -a DEMOCRAT ,
considerable sum to make tto chrome mirrors
$1 0 998
Starke Lanes a family center.,
"We left Pennsylvania to get
.......awayJrgm-theJiusUe and bustle. jVsks for Your Vote and Support ,

We oo a ;tht M w" .: ., .. : .. -
ONOVEMBER G ,. ,. .. ,
""If friendlyvt&e .pace ens Sranl '-2.... '1.1. ". 91 ExplorerXL -
your nerves and the city has its

own children charm.who have After provide;!: us 7 We Can Trust Pete Peterson 2-Door

with (at todays count) 6
the grandchildren bowling and center 32 years business In They Won't Change Him In WashingtonThe

we're ready to put down roots, V6, overdrive, AM/FM
hire efficient people and make cassette air conditioner clothcaptain's
this center an asset to the Voters of Bradford County deserve to chairs with console ot'y
community. Sam said. $13 988
"We are starting programs for elect a DEMOCRAT who will Remain a tinted glass sport wheels

teens Rock-N'-Bowl like our" Friday said Bonnie night DEMOCRAT through thick or thin. ,

Muslin. "We have bumper That man is PETE PETERSON who served
bowling for youngsters
available anytime. Bumper his country well in Vietman where he was

bowling the, gutters by installing, gives bumpersInto childrenthe held as a prisoner of war for 6 1/2 years; alsoas Sales Santa Fe ALLTEL

opportunity to learn how to Air Force Base Commander Johnson Mobile
bowl without being frustrated by at & avDBaD
Incessant l1s. All this in
gutterb AFB N.C.
Service ra sans a AS Roads Lead to Sant.F.FORD rM"a" 4y
addition to our Friday .. TheChoice

Clinic Bradford-Union handicapped league Guidance, and BUSINESS MAN EDUCATOR U.S. 441., t mile Wast of f 1-75,Just.1h", ...-,i Is
the periodic visits by local minutes from Gainesville :'.s -. Clear

school classes who tour the HE DESERVES YOUR VOTE NOVEMBER 6 462-2802
facility and bowl. We feel we are
making progress toward a well (Pd Pol.Adv.Paid for by Bradford County DEC)
rounded youth bowling

program." '
_, '. Florida Federal" -
Grant Opposes

Undesirable Rep. Bill Grant (R-Madison Industries) said GREAT DEPOSIT Sd a''O

this week he is "Determined to
preserve the power of local citizensin
North Florida and is pursuing
measures to help counties reject In-
dustries they consider undesirable."We .

life in North share a Florida heritage that and is a unique way of, 3 MONTH CD 6 MONTH CD 12 MONTH CD

and power I'm to help doing>> preserve everything and protectit in my $500 Minimum To Open $500 Minimum To Open $500 Minimum To Open

," Grant said. '

Recently Hamilton attempted,County waste disposal; Madison to locate companieshave (Grant's in % % %

home county), and other, North-' 280 8.00 8.10
Florida areas, including Union..
County, despite opposition of local
citizens. Grant believes Florida law
needs to be changed so the people' Annual Yield* Annual Yield* Annual Yield*
have more of a voice in process usedto .
whether companiescan '

standards.determine meet necessary environmental % % %

Grant has spoken with Governor 253 7.72 281
Martinez on behalf of citizens opposed -
to a medical waste Incincerator' .
proposed for Hamilton County, and
also testified against it at an ad- Annual Rate Annual Rate
ministrative hearing. "However, Annual Rate

these hearings only consider the Rate on Kiblect to change. Subftontiol penalty for early withdrawal from CD. The effective current yield bated on Interest compounded monthly./ Yield shown assumes principal and interestremain
technical questions related to the on Ikpoelt/or one yar.
project, and ignore public sentiment -
,"Grant said.He believes local '-
deserves consideration,and Downtown Gainesville Gainesville/The Oaks Starke
pans to convene a meeting of state' 220 N. Main Street 6707 Newberry Road 395 Madison Street FloridaFederal I
representatives and senators from. 377-3344 331-2700 964-5000
North Florida"to examine ways we,
can change Florida laws to give Gainesville/University Keystone Heights Ocala .

authority back to local!citizens.. : FDIC 3501 W.University Ave. Lawrence Blvd. & 3033 S.W. College Rd.
"If do not act
He warns that 'lid
I 237-7204
loon many more companies wUl try J 373-8482 Sylvan Way
: -
to force their way into North INSURED 473-4952 Savings Bank
Florida the most pristine part our

Uto. if local people don't want ,
I want them '
these companies, then -" '
to no."he add. I II
to nave the power say -


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'83 FOUR WHEEL DRIVE SILVERADO: t OR" .' f -.. .-- '" .- I'
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Loaded with many extras. $4800 WATERFRONT .m
: Sampson Lake lots.
Positive traction end with
Please call 064-5647 after 6 p.m.CHEAP FOR SALE 1985 DOUBLE WIDE. As- 2,3,4 & 5 on Breamwood Point Ap 350 gears,$150;Realistic 40 channelCB

2 sumable mtg. $266 mo. 3 bdrm, 2 prox.9.3 Ac.870 ft. on waterfront.Any $30. 2 front Monroe gas shocksfor 205 N. Temple,
) FBI/U.S. SEIZED84 bath. Built In microwave and stereo or all lots. ((305)) 882-0540 or 964- r
VW.... .. .. .............$5087 Mer system garden tub. Heat Pump you 6727.9 $25.a Ford 9643939.4x4 only used for 3 months. Cecelia Tcrwlllegar
cedes....... ..$20085 Mar- 3 12
move. Call 964-5208. 4 ON FORSYTH ROAD: By 18 HP RIDING MOWER Gas weedeaterwith
cades . . $10065Mustang.$50Choose PET FOUND in Hampton area. Please owner. $13,500. Phone 1-407-464- string and blade.; 9643078. SPECIAL OF THE WEEK Pork-Ilk setting, see this 3 BR/2 BA home on a

from call 468-2440 to claim. 5 6827.9 FRESH CUT ALICIA HAY b..utlfullandacap.d acre. In the city limits walking distance from anything
I thousands starting $25. 24 Hour Re- Lost Golden Cockerpoo? a cross betweena HALF ACRE OFF 5-229. Call 964-6889. landscaping 782-3140.IN ROLL tin Mulchfor your little' heart desires. Homo drastically reduced to sell..NON-
cording Reveals Details. 801-379- Cocker and Poodle in 9647776.
Crosby Lake area. Dog islO years *TWO COMMERCIAL LOTS ON Commercial Circle, downtown Keystone
copyright. 2MUSTSELLNOWONLY$4000 storage buildings, garages, green
old. on medication. Generous reward / $68,000
!Loaded, for recovory. Call 964-5356. 301 houses. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Hwy SILVER lAKEi Adorable, brick home, 2BR, 1BA Ib, deck beautiful view.
customized 1984 Ford Van. Excellent TIME SHARE UNITS AND CAMPGROUND South. 964-8848 TFN

condition! Kids are grown ft I don't ;::?ANIMALS.W"". MEMBERSHIPS: Distress 12X21 CARPORT $990.NO DOWN 59500. SALES 4BR ho..1 800 ft. w/plenly of
need this big a vehicle) Can be seen PAYMENT.Handl House portable
PETS FOR SALE Sales Cheap!Worldwide selections. and store..Thlshome
room to roam. Just seconds from shopping areas, grocery
at Douglas Battery, Starke. Call me Call VACATION NETWORK U.S.and buildings Hwy 301 South Starke, 964-
with an offer) 782-3660. 2 8848 TFN 12 It a Great..Great Buy.
83 CHEV. minor WHATS SO DIFFERENT ABOUT THE Canada.-800-736-8250 or 305-771- OAK FIREWOOD NON-QUALIFVINO MORTGAGE This elegant Spoinsh/Stucco home on 2
Celebrity, repairs, parts Stacked and deliv-
6296. Free rental Information 305- '
and paint included $1,500 firm. 964- HAPPY JACK 3-X FLEA COLLAR? It 771-6331. 10 ered.$50 -full size pickup load, Call 1/2 ac. of very well-kept lawn hat 2.500 sq. ft. w/20'x4ff Florida Room that
3721.2 works! Now available forcatsl! Gold Tim,496-3365 or 964-5100 hat a 20' Stone fireplace. This out-ln-the country home It |lust minutes from
1985 DODGE conversion van PWPS, Kist Lawn A Garden and better feed lots 351 CLEVELAND MOTOR $450 call town...Coll today for more detail
river access. $5950 each. No
auto. chrome wheels, new tires, 2- stores Call 1-800-326-5225 for catalogue down. $71.41 month. Owner. Tobie O'Neal 964-3939 after 5 p.m. +BI COOL IN THE POOL 3BR, 21/2BA Brick home w/Jacuzxl, LUXURY

tone,all extras. 533-2474 after 5 p.m. .6 1-236-4579 money or; 1-622-2438 TFN CRT computer, monitor and deluxe keyboard Matter bath beautiful ceramic ft quarry tile throughout the home, doublecar

2FOR BATHING, dipping, grooming boarding t. .. 1 -w. 'i" device all working. must sell. garage, Immaculate corner acre, |lust a* neat at a pin.Come take a look
SALE 72 El Camino truck, excellent Dogs and Cats. By exp. professional. ; WANTED I $75. 909 N. Thompson St and tee the beautiful pool and hot-tub..Country Club Area.
condition auto. 350-4b. Main w/78 Reasonable rates. Shaded country .. .. .I *20 ACRES Hat 2..." Wellt.teptlc tank 3 acre fish pond and many
area. 964-9560 \ n ....._ .. .: : .:. .. Responsible party to
TransAm Rearend. Must see to ap ,. .. ., ,, .. .. assume small monthly payments on extrat..make offer today.
preciate. 964-3674. 2 '/" 'r'' WOMAN to clean house and take care of spinet piano. Can be seen locally. SANTA FE LAKEi 80' of frontage, cleared ready. to build on. Located. on

FOR SALE ChevVan 1980. Still like new. ,'I' YARD.. :'SALES..;', I invalid, and light health work. 9-3.5 Credit dent Qn4.OU.A4A C21B. 78000. AI.um. Mortg.
Will trade. 468-1081. 2 .. .. ': : ". : .." days a week. Honesty Important. RCA 25 CONSOLE T.V. $350. Bdrm 1* ACRES PLUS IN COUNTRY Owner finance with LOW downpayment.

1988 PONTIAC SUNBIRD SP Edition BIG YARD SALE rescheduled. Collectable Should have a car.Call aft.5 pm.964- Suite$250. HI-FI w/27 classic count HURRY this won't last long.
25,000 Miles tinted glass, PSPB Am- owls clowns bean 6539. 11 albums $100. Call 782-1555. *4 LEVEL LAKE FRONT HOME approx. 3800 tq.ft. w/4 BR, 4 1/2 BA carpet,
Fm Cass. 4500. Call 9647871. couch, hop chest, wicker trunk full, We buy tools all types, new or used for tile CH/A private asphalt drive on 2 Acres w/100 ft. of crystal water

2COMMERCIAL tool box, more and misc. items n. on cash.Call 964-6961,leave message. FOR SALE 1974 2-1 900 Kawasaki, new front....REDUCED.
301 to Strawberry Acres,follow signs. 11WANTED paint, 4 Into 1 header $1,500.633- *2-1 ACRE LOTS IN HAMPTON OAKS ESTATES All cleared mowed, |lust
:PROPERTY Fri & Sat. Oct 19 & 20.9-5. cancel marked railroad hand kerosene 2611 after 6 p.m. 12 waiting for a beautiful new home.
; RENT-LEASE-SALE rain. 7YARDSALE lanterns. Call Joe Reiner collect eve- FOR SALE Rattan Table w4 chairs *FANTASTIC COMMERICAL BUILDING Located on Coll Street West C/B ft

FriOct 19&Sat,Oct. 20.3.5 nings 3059131311'11 Kenmore washer, antique white entertainment Stucco building with large offices,one huge reception area. CH/A carpet
FOR LEASE: 1,000 sq.ft.and 2,000 sq. ft. miles N. on 301 by Tina's Beauty ATTENTION I I will pay cash for your center hide-a-bed chair, tile, 2 BA nice big kitchen area. This building I Is In Immaculate condition.You .
301 South. Southpoint Plaza. 964- mobile home axles and tires. 473- 2 barchalrs all new. 12x 181/2 brown call for
Salon from 9-5 pm. 7 mutt.. to belelve how great It Is. Please today an appoint
8848 or 473-3627. TFN 3 3468. Leave scroll Call
11 964-7095.
,... ., ... .. ... .. LARGE YARD SALE S&W Auto Parts. 1 message. carpet ment.
"' : ml N. of Bradford Cty. Fairgmds. Oct. WANTING TO TRADE 77 Winnebagomotor 12FOR COUNTRY LIVING on Paradise Lake. 5 BR, 2 BA. 1790 Sq.Ft. Trl-level
HOMES. I. 19,20, 21 from 8 am to 4 pm. Clothes home fora 2 bdrm mobile home. SALE Deluxe 14 x 70 2 bdrm 2 bath deck, separate guest cottage, several varieties of fruit trees. Beautifulview.

:FOR, SALEPALM ; toys, (fum., Aquariums, Scuba gear, Even trade.Come to Buck's Catfish Fleetwood fireplace.. Delivered & 89000.
.. _
walerbeds, movies and Nintendo, Farm on E. Morgan Rd. 11 Setup. Low downpayment a $165 per GORGEOUS CEDAR HOME 3BR, 3BA 1 1/2 story home In the Country
etc.. 7 LAND WANTED. Need immediately-lg mo. No down payment for landowners. lots Call for details.
Club. Beautiful landscaping on 2 large today
: Furnished farm timber or waterfront 20 Call for Info. 904-755-5207.
I CH/A. W/D. Skirting screoend in GARAGE SALE First United Methodist prop. WATER FRONT CONTEMPORARY TRI-LEVEL HOMES 4BR 2BA CH/A, over
acres to 5,000 acres. Write to Mr. 12FOR
Church Fellowship Hall, Walnut St. ft. view of the lake from the 3rd level Uvlng room that
porch shed. New 25 tq Georgeoul
carport,utility yr.
Terry Clayton, Box 2299, Lake SALE 1990 model clearance sale.
Fri Oct 19 Sat. Oct 20 from 8.30 with entire sprinkler
2 Acres
overroof. water/sewer to Connects to a huge outside deck. 2 an system.
on Ig.
City City FL 32056, or call 9047554606. Example: 64 'It Fleetwood dblewide
fenced lotin Waldo.Immaculate.((305)) p.rn. Bargains large selection, many Brokers protected. 11 loaded fireplace,only$252 mo. Looks like the Keystone golf course..Fantastic price.
items. Across from library.7 per HOME 4 ACRESi Immaculate 3 BR
I 882-0540 964-6727. 4 *WONDERFUL
or WANTED In Union/Bradford/ rent Call for info 904-755-5207.
area or
YARD SALE Oct 19, 20. 21. 4 Drawer file sell. This 1I Is the homeyou'va
home. CH/A on a main hard road. Priced to ) country
MUST SELL! We have built new home lease mobile home lot. 1 plus acres 12FOR
cabinet, set of 4 14" solid chrome .
wanted...Call for
and must move! 12x55 Mobile Home, preferred. Call 496-3521. 11 SALE 82 thunderbird, one owner, always more
rims, tools, dishes, clothes 2 tool and Is offered for
IN CITY LIMITS financing
1980 1 BA CH&A Well & low miles. 84 Glastream
2BR. pump WANTED Comic original ((15')
die sets,ceiling fan, Casio cash sTop dollar Kitchen
register paid this home. 3 BR/2 BA w/CH/A. Fantastic neighborhood.' equipped.
pole included. You move. Now Bass Boat 70 Yamaha Drive
power on
964-6509 lnava .. .
books Out SR 6 toward prison to m .e with
I only $5200 OBO. Great for starter trailer. 964-8001. 12 alto comet w/wather ft dryer. Mutt sell. Make an appointment today
NW ,
I home or 2nd home! Call 782-3634 f left ;1st 2lave Blue (peasant| Grove) turn '. FOR SALE porta crib-$30, Bayb Bed w/ Sandra Anne, Debbie or Cecelia.
I 4 house on right. :HOMES. 'FOR SALE. almost new mattress-$45, Sears Car *NICE MOBILE HOME LOTS OWNER FINANCE Low..low..down payment.
I SUPERSAVING PLAN. The public has YARD SALE. Morgan Rd. Sat 9-12 Ladies '. Luggage Carrier-$40. Call 964-2322 Fantastic neighborhood, call today for an appointment..Thete lots won't

requested an extension of our SAVER shoes clothes & childrens 7 clothes & PERFECT FOR HORSE: Brick home on daytime or 964-7603 aft. 5:30: pm. last. long. HURRY.

PLAN with purchase 1 acre+. All fenced. Excellent loca- 12FOR '
19914x703 3 FAMILY
mobile home by a new tion. Priced to sell. 468-2895. SALE 16 hp Gilson lawn tractor- Anne Terwlllegar Brown Sandra Tfrwllltgar
7:30 Fum. All sizeclothing,tools
: a.m.
bdrm 2 bath or 2 bdrm 2 bath, financed 16 $900. Call 964-3078 12 473-7141 SM-4211
Tree Lakes off 214
for 7 years at $242 per mo. appliances.East El C'Big)rado. 7BOATS BY OWNER 3 Br 2 bath brick Country FOR SALE set of trailer axles $75. Call
, savings of $15,600 on Interest Call on Club Estates,$65,000, 964-4559 964-4464. 12 I
i for info 904-752-1452. 4 16 FOR SALE 81 Sierra Classic Auto. V8.

I : ) t SUPERSAVER PLAN. The public has : 3 BDRM FURNISHED/ home for sale "/ ), .i II AC AM/FMnew battery,topper.Rung .. !'.4It'wantecfotO' bc'trome I I'I' ,
requestedan extension of ourSAVER block .garage: $30,000. Refuse 'to gobd.'$1',200.'Cafl 964-5803 4nJt82* itcakL 4 L118
PLAN purchase of your new mobile 15 FTHYDROSTREAM SKI BOAT with appreciate. Call Peggy 964-6362. 3893. 12 r w fir aT +Pi8bn' Hmade ce$

home by a new 4 bdrm 2 bath 85hp Johnson Outboard, ski post HOUSE FOR SALE 6 rms and 3 acres of it possible/ I.
financed 7 years only $384 per mo. speedometer, gator tilting/ trailer with land 30000. Has 2 barns also. Call FOR SALE 1975 motor home 26 ft. A/C
i Savings of $27,504 on interest. Call new tires, new loading runners. A 782-3373. 16 and awning. 1969 R.V. 21 ft A/C. very A L. Home health care Is .n excellent alternstive I
I for info 904-752-1452. 4 steal at $3200 obo, call 964-6001 HOUSE FOR SALE $200 takeover good cond. Will Trade. Call after 12 / 4 .t when people cannot fully care for
: home 1-772-9449 r themselves, vet do not need to be In s
.. or work Jackson- pyments. No Qualifying. Call 964- p.m. 468-1084. 19 ; i.
: "" 8 8136. 16 I hospital or nursing home. They can. enjoy -
I comforts of home and family
I HOME FOR SALE 3 bdrm 2 bath, Cedar FOR SALE Fatal Cub Tractor with turning 1F
the need, oftenat
4 while receiving care they
I Siding. Cathederal Ceilings. plow cultivators Needs
mower. ti a cost far below that of Institutionalcare.
I Clairestory Windows. Oak Cabinets some repair. Neg. 1000. Call 964- .
Central Heat/A/C. Near Hospital and
5803 or 782-3893. 12
School. Paved Dead-end street. Ap FOR SALE Stereo Entertainment Center Each year thousands of people receive -
1200 ft. Call home from Uplohn HealthCare -
prox. sq $49,900. eve- care at
Cabinet. Has Glass Doors for
4/ nings 461-1165.16 Services Our services help elderly
$40.964-2815. 12
__ iy people who want to stay home to maintain -

,' t their Independence. We also help
$& people who have long-term nineties
those recovering from surgery and many
others We provide nurses home health
Collision Work FREE Estimates r aides homemakers and companions.

I sassEaIJALHOUSWO e 1 If you or someone you love needs
CR229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133 home health care, call Uplohn HealthCare -
Services. We're the nation's .leading

EALTOR --- - private provider of home health care.

,I Susaa M. Faulkner CRL CRB President ,<* < 964-8772
I 1<< rOR"'" SxiA'JE tF 1-800-448-7753

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Located Hwy. 301 2 Bloc r.a South Of CR 100 221 Lafayette St.* Large or Small Loads of Llmerock SERVICES /
e w Upni.H..IiC.u k w. ink --
Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer '
*BEAUTIFUL 3BR, 1 Ba. home with CHSA on 4 acres with a 2BR/1 BA mobile .

home used for rental. All this and more, CALL TODAY for more details. 108-90 1i
*PRICE REDUCED on this cute 3BR/2Ba home In the city close to schools. Price 964.6'182 % 964.5823/ :.a 9646O95Davldt ,; S a 4 a a a a a a a aa s

reduced to$32,000 with assumable mtg and some, owner financing. 97-90
TIRED Of CITY LIVING Build your dream home on this beautiful on

Sampson Lake Lot size Is 100x720 with owner financing. 64-90 Accelerated Realty inc.
*2BR/2BA CB HOME with Florida room, In city close to shopping center. Must LAVERN H. OUTLAW .

see appreciate.. BY APPT. ONLY. 92-90 V. Broker I
*3 LOTS ON PAVED ROAD with privileges George's Lake Lois or. 75x200 ,
and you can get all 3 for $7800. 109-90 "Thinking of buying or : 964-4544 .

SAMPSON LAKE Over IIt\ acre, doublewide completely remodeled Ig. OUTLAW selling? Call usj a

screen porch nice long dock. 151-90 Evenings & Weekends Hwy. 301 S. 1::...)- ..
*CHERRY STREETi Lg 4BR/2Ba two story. Now rented for $425/mo. Plus ver. Rt4til31+

satlle 8 room 2 bath block building. 144-90 a Starke. FL lieu,ss'llcrass .. __

*GRAHAMi Lg 3BR/2BA CB home, fireplace, chain link fenced yard. 1 '/ acre I Your Full Sorvlc Real Estate Office) .
has 13x36 open shed. 135-90
*EXCELLENT GOING BUSINESS Call for appointment S details. 129.90' a LotAcreage ./" erfrOnt'-

*GOLF VIEW i Building sites.
*KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE 3BR/2Ba. doublewide with Ig room bull on. Many DodgMSACRA Lucille 6. Spry' a ./ UJ11$ v/Conunercbl a
V"H rsv. 64.S370"
extras.Assumable mortgage. 127-90 Florida Slat* Certified ['REDUCED New 4BR/30O Brick. Stove, Refrl Dishwasher. CH/A SunDeck
*HWY 301 N: 38'/280 on apprax. 3/4 ocr. Only $32,900. Owner RealE tate Apprale*' Charle* Flynr* a 2240 SF. Garage Well ft Septic 1 Ac., $75,000. a
financing. 126-90 I .2." ACRES IN THI COUNTRY A-Frame. CB w/P.rnionent Paint Stucco

J *REPAIR GARAGE Several bay doors, high ceilings. Hwy 301 N. Owner a 3BR/28A, CH4A, Fireplace, Family Roam Snack Bar laundry Roam,

financing. 8-90 ] 10x16 Uimty Bldg w/Water ft Elect., $73,000. .
9 *BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY ESTATE 20 acres, workshop, born Ig open shed, ,Appralitls for Rtsldf I LANDSCAPED CORNER LOT 3BR/2BA CB Home Large Family Rooma

beautiful stocked fish pond with Inland and bridge. Owner financing. 119.90 ] w/Adjolnlng Screened Porch, CHA, Range, Refri a Dishwasher 1800 a
*$31,500 COMFORTABLE HOME CHSA, walking distance to shopping. 63-90 I SF. 75000.

*EXCELLENT VA ASSUMABLE Ir" nice neighborhood. Call for details. ,143-90 A I ON THE WATERS 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick Living Dining; Family; aRooms.

*FOUR BEDROOM 2 boon 30 acres In Lawtey. 150.90 We'Invite'Inquiries' On Other Listings Call Ui For Rentals CH4A, 2310 SF, Porches, 2.8 Acres, $87,000.
*NEW LISTING:3BR In town.Walk to schools. 156.90 *CASUAL ELEGANCE Brick 4BR, 2Ba F.PIoce, all appliances, pool 9 oc. I QUIET ft PEACEFUL 3BR/2BA Two-Story Home Well ft Septic, 1 Ac.,

*REDUCED 4BR/2Ba. Owner says make offer, 72.90 *1tSf DOUBLEWIDE on 1.37 acres, total electric; extra nice. 42500. a 40000. .
*BEAUTIFUL 2 STORY COUNTRY HOME I On 10 ecres In Keystone Heights. Only EXCELLENT LOCATION walk to everything, CB, 1200 sq. ft. 3/1, CH/A. MAKE AN OFFER) 2BR/1BA Frame Screened .Porches, 14x1 Utility

6 yr..eld. ..../2.., above-ground BOO). Only$1.,too 114-90 *OWNER FINANCING Crosby Lake Canal, D/W CH/A.rge, ref. $34,000. Bldg, Well a Septic Large Lot. .
*LAKE GENEVA WATERFRONT! Nice Home In. Keystone City Limits Apprax.1SOO *CONNERLV ESTATESBrick 3/2 on 1 acre, Immac. cond.. landscaped yd. a .2 ACRES IN THI COUNTRY 38R/2BA Doublewide MH, CHftA, Stay ft a

....ft., 3BR/2BO,Ig.family room. Only" 1OOO. 195-90 *SR UWiGorgeous D/W. 3/2. CH/A All Appl. 2 1/2 Ac.REDUCEDI 1 Refrl 40000. j jI

'. TODAY'S SPECIAL: 75x100 Lot In Lakesld Hills with .lake privileges for CONVENIENT, FENCED YARD. 2 BR, 1 BA. Inexpensive living. COMMERCIAL PROPUTYl a

$ 695. 114-90 *BEST AREAS Starke, Brick, Over 2000 sf. double garage on 2 large lots. WALNUT STREET Two Buildings Suitable for Small .ual_. For Rent or

COMMERCIAL OFFICE RENTAL SPACE AVAILABLE *40 ACRESi Heavy timber. Highway frontage, Lawt.y area. a Lease. '
R LAKEFRONTs Fish ft Swim. Wend cottage. Furn. Sandy beach. HWY SOI SOUTHi 200 Ft. on Highway. Plenty of Warehouse Space..
*37 ACRESiw/daublewlde. Close to Lawtey: Will divlds. Owner Financing. HWY 301 NORTH Salvage Yard with 3 BR/I BA CB Home. SW Mobil*
Call One of Professionally *NATIONALLY KNOWN ELECTRONICS BUSINESS For Sale to Qualified Buyer. a Home 40x60 Auto Repair Shop 3 Septic Tank. ft 4 Welts, :3 Acres.

Trained Staff Today..9645069.4Jter *NEW-BEAUTIFULi 2 Story, over 3500 sq. ft. unfinished U.S. 301 S. | IAST CALL STREET Office Bldg.For Rent or teas*.

.*BRICK I/21CH/A. walk to shopping quiet neighborhood. SELECTED PROPERTIES
Hour. Colt TKttt Realtor Associates: LAWTEY AREAS Spacious older home. 3/2 Owner financed: a I 40 ACRES Can be purchased In 20-Atre Tracts; Near Lawtey.B ..

Irene Faulkner..984-B NON QUALIFYING Assumable mtg. 3/1, In town. $34,000. ACRES Frontage on Hwy 225.
Darlene Godwin..468-2603 *BEAUTIFUL STORY brick ft cedar form home. 4/2 1/2 BA on 36 Acres. a HOME BLOO. LOTS Hwy 16 W. City Water ft Sewage Owner F1nand.... a

.. *FARM HOUSE BARNS on 3 ac. Gopd area. Close to Starke. REDUCED HOME BLDG. LOTSi Shady Oaks S/D Brooker.
Warren "Woody" Ryder..964-9040 *CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITliS BR.CH/A. 1300 SF. 1 ac. REDUCED POUR f-ACRI TRACTS! Brooker, Hwy. Frontage, Owner Financing.

.Thomas (Tom) Gross..964-6786: *US 301 SOUTH. Large triple' wide 3/2 On 4.5 pluS ac. Close In!' a | THREE I-ACRE RIVERFRONT LOTS Brooker, Owner Financing.
,, LAWTIYAREA, Nice 3BR. 1 1/2 BA, 4 Sep. rentals, all on 1 bore. EVENINGS

',' > Jenny Ma*n..4682608I COMMCRCIALi U.S. 301 frontage, Owner finance; S plus acres. A Weyne Douglas.9646692 BUI DejVI .ft*.VoW

Connie Williams.....Property Mgr BUILDING LOT IN STARKEi City water and Sewer,good location. $6OPO. w rd .964-7454 MHOMiM.f44eMA

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. .. FOR RENT bile'ho' me' parking IP_.
'. ':PERSONAL Low daily or weekly rates. PERSONAL FOR RENT
; ;HELP,;WANTED: : lcitdwnClassified,
ettos available Call -
.. .. SERVICES;) 1IVI-IN MATURI-woman that desires a LAKE ACCESS-2 or 3BR mobile homes.

BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK SERVIC' EASY WORKI) EXCELLENT PAY) As- horn, and companion for retired $145/1155 per month lake Geneva
: Ads forGreat Rentals, 4737566. 6mopd7-90-1-9l
Septic Unit pumpoul al reasonable somblo products al homo Call for MISCELLANEOUS gentleman. Room B Board. 475-2343. MOBILE HOMI-2BR or 3BR$145/$155 per
prices also dram line repairs Slarke Information 641 8003,out 9579. ltchglO-4 momth. Lake access, lake Geneva

; 964.8121. TFN 17 15WOMAN .PETS Free to good home Medium size BU"S'male Rentals 4737566. 6mopdto12
FLOOR to do maid work. Must "livo In.
SAGQIN.DOOR dog female beagle and male NOTICE NICELY HADfD-3/4 acre lot MH hookup
DRAG GIN.HOUSE' OUT OF Prlvalo room 50 years of ago .up,or rabbit Call 964.9553 alter 5 p.m. In Lake Geneva ((904)3765931.4tch9.27.104.11 ) .
husband & ask lor
LEVEL??LaRuo wife 964.7184.
Leveling Service: for 18 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
a.your foundation rooairs 473-7721 Ross 15540.000yri to the l ek. Region Monitor office ONI BEOROOM-Cottage, 1 black from
TALK ONE-ONONE LIVE. Moet new READ BOOKS and TV In writing and paid In advance Library $25O/month, water and garbage .
friend all Scripts Fill out simple like/don like'form ..... to 4:30
If' ovor Amonca 1 900 258- unless' credit Is already establishedwith Included. 473-4961.7
LIVE$1Minute$25minimum900- EASYI Fun relaxing at home, SANTA FE HOMECARE this olfke.MONITOR p.m. 4tchglO-4-25
654.MEET Sl/minuto. $15 minimum.. beach vacations Guaranteed paycheck STAFF CANNOT BE HELD CAMPER-for rent. Singles' preferred.
/' Call from Home/Of ic.. (R393)). 24 HOUR Recording Rovools Bradford Hospital Branch RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN AC/Cable/full bath Everything fur.nlshed .
801.379.2955 Ext. FE1A3B
17DIVORCES cooking *. $50 deposit

DEEDS.,I95-J150.$20. MANY WILLS MORE$35 SERVICES .$50.; ISJOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA RN's Join our highly successful, quality oriented THE TELEPHONE. $60. per week Call 473.2667.41chg1011.25 .

AVAILABLE. Can Bradford Openings available in several areas team of professionals. Enjoy a competitive salary,
will train For mil call: 708.742.8620 SERVICES 'Gus Guswller. Pd.Pol.Ad
Secretarial Services Inc.. 964.2700.
tin 17 ext 362 15 scheduling flexibility and an opportunity to provide
repair an make and Pump models and Lifelong well- representative for information call patient care services in your community. 3 yrs. Realty Corp. 473-4816 chg8/30 Hn 1/2 mile from redllght In Keystone
Ramona at 782.3068. 15 GENERAL HOME.Repairs, plumbing 1st month rent, plus security
resident with Critical Care required.lIomecareexperience
.. many years experience Med/Sur. or nursing
Call Collier Grubs HOSPITAL JOBS. start S6 80/hr..your rooting, carpentry heat 4 air cond.. deposit. 473-4475. 2tchg 10-18-25
17PRESSURE al 96..6529. area Noexp necessary For info call preferred. Full time, part time position painting, doors, locks, sewers 8drain. TWO BEDROOM.House, unfurnished In
1.900.226-9399, ext.1799,6am- .. 4732577. 2tchg. .13-20 Keystone Heights close to downtown
driveways, trailers Houses, roofs, sidewalks and 8pm,7 days.$12 95 phone fee available. M-Fri. w/rotating weekends. Salary$14.9516.15hr. BILLS LAWN SERVICE-Mowlng. raking itor.x. :$225 per month plus deposit.Call .
root Call 9&-.6341. 15 information call Marji Gibson edging. Call 4730165. 41pd92.t125IUCYIICAL.Servlc. Bob Blount at 473-7514 after 4 p.m.
repairs Terry For ,
Parks TFN 17 RN s LPN CNA and Ward CienApply .., odd lobs, excellent ltchglO-18
MAKE NEW FRIENDS- TALK ONE.ON- to Ramadan Hand Institute/La Alachua General Hospital, 801 S.W. 2nd Ave., work at reasonable prices. NICE HOUSE.On beautiful Silver Lake.
Butler Hospital 4962323 15 473-9157.4tchg9-27-10-18 3BR/2BA LR, DR, Kitchen W/D. Swim.
ti ONE to gals/guys in your area 1900.741LIVE POSTAL JOBS 11.41 to 14 90/hr F Gainesville, FL 32601. (904) 338-6750 collect. EOE. GOLD ClllDlT-CARD.Co." Advance pro boot and ski. Acre lot. $525/mo.
$1 ,
minute $15 minimum exam and application info call 21 Visa/Mastercard Guaranteed.No 4732440. .
Also 1.900.741.LIVE GALS gram. 1771.9431 or
769.6649 ext FL214 9am 9pm security deposit. 900-446-0040..
$1/mmuto, $20 minimum (R392)). days 15 $25 i... 4tpd9-27/10-4-ll-18 RENT with option to buy.
17 WANTED female correctional officer for DO YOU NEED.REPAIRS to your home or Slnglewlde. $285. Doublewtde $325.
REMODELING Now construction. ,no job immediate employment. Must be I III mobllehome? Coll Bill at 4739470. On Deer Springs Lake. 473.2252.1tpd1018. .
too big or little. Call 964 7217 after 5 certified,' Contact Shernf Office' at 4tpdlO-4-11-l8-25 .
pm. or 964 3818 anytime (leave 964-6280. 15 IBINOOI-ls held at Keyttone-Melrose CLEAN MOBILE HOME 2 BR. 1 1/2
message) Ken Koohlor. 17 HELP WANTED. Maid wanted part-time I American Legion Post 202 on Hwy 21 Bath on 1 1/2 acres. Clay County
WANT TO DRINK THAT'S YOUR BUSI Apply in person 8 to 3 pm. Best 'I' on Saturday night at 7 p.m. and on $250 mo. plus dep. 473-2566
NESS' WANT TO STOP? THAT'S Western Hotel. 1290 N.Temple Ave. Sunday afternoons at 2 p...> 13FOR
OURS! Alcoholics Anonymous. 9643619,96441509648614 15HELP 3mos.pdlO-4/12-20 RENT 2 bdrm house In Keystone
17 WANTED light bookeeplng Will CREDIT UNIONS: Heights. Convenient to stores, eta
CHAIN LINK FENCE' installed Free as- train the right person for title work. 3 SGUSWILER'Pd.Pol Limited to 2 to 3 occupants.: Rent
bmatos HANDYMAN FENCE. CO Salary open. E-Z Wheels, 1320 N $225 per mo.with one mo.sea dap.
owner Tommy Reddish 964 8559. Temple Ave.. 964-7783 15 WILL BABVSIT-ln my norm. xidojFriday Please call 473-7514 13
TFN 17ALTERATIONS bEATING days. No Infants. .....Uu per
Y : zippers, horns buttonholes ( ') week. 473-2847. 2tpdlO-11-18 FOR SALE
patches,etc. Drop off and pick ,: tLAHOLIN'S a I NEED CARPET INSTALLED wallpaperIng -
up 7 days a wook,7am.6pm,964- I ,.. :; done?Call INMANS Carpet Service. SATELLITE SYSTEM-repossessed due to
5587. Pinohursl Variety across from SUBDIVISION. MOBILE Home I 473.0293. 4tpdlO-U-16-25-U/l divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing
Southsido Elom. Hwy 100 -TFN Ass CLEANING.Means affordable down. $39/mo. 1-272-1031.
tots for rent water and sewer furnished
I 17HANDY cable tv available. 782-3333 GLOBAL VisN I prices-beautiful results. Cleaning 4tchg9/6-27
: MAN: Bargain Rates Painting. TFN 13 cooking errand., and I do windows! SATELLITE SYSTEM.like new 6 mo. old
Plumbing,Electrical Docks Additions. HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for I 1 Locally settled with references. with scrambler. Nothing down.
Major Repairs 25 yrs Experience rent. Close to Call 468-1323. 4755875. ltpdlO-18 "9/mo.1.272-101114tchg9/6-27
Local I roforoncoi Woody, 9645405ooioro prison. I NEED A CARPENTER'-Call me at
L.' .i a m, or aitor"u".. p m, for best MOBILE TFN HOMES 13 FOR RENT 2 and 3 Credit unions create a global vision of financial: I 4737883. Quality work-residential or 'Gus Guswller. 1'............
.; results TFN 17 Near Prison. Call 964- 'I freedom-a vision shared by credit unions in everypart commercial. 1tpdlO-18
STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE Bedrooms. the SWIMMING POOl-Repalr service WOOD BURNING-Stove with blower' and
6115 or 468-1323. TFN 13 of the world. from a village in Cameroon to I
hitch for
: SALES AND SERVICE: All makes I cleaning general maintenance. 12 thermostat. Reese
and modols doanod oilod and ad- MOBILE HOME Furnished.FOR RENT 468-1323: 1/2 TFN I Bnxklyn Bridge, from a dairy community in years experience. FREE estimates. complete. 5hp Roto-tlller. 473-3397.
justed $15. Now and used sowing from City. Wisconsin to the streets of San Francisco credit I 475-5468. 2tchg t 0.1&25 ltpdlO-18
machines Hwy 233 ft 16 (Morgan 13MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY I unions serve the needs ol working people like you. CHILD CAREIn my home. Reliable and.xperl.nc.d. 4 FOOTBALl-Tkkets to FSU v. LSU at
Rood) 964 8733 TFN 17 I 473-0661. ltchgl0.1SIRONINGIn Tallahassee on Sot., October 27, at 2
r CABLE TV. 9647498 -
WILLIAMS DISCOUNT AUTOMOTIVE WATER SEWER, I your family and your neighbors.The my home. Excellent _rk- p.m.$18 each.Call 473-2451. ItpdIO-IB

., SERVICES: Quality work at lowost MOBILE HOMES TFN FOR 13 RENT WITH CITY world's citizens are turning to credit unions to fast service 473-3168. ltchglO-18 PIANO-Rsponsible party to assume

prices Allworkguaranlood3"2.. WATER. SEWER.CABLE TV. 2 BR serve their l financial needs. Many nations are small monthly Con be payments locally.on spinet Credit
PAINTING AND PRESSURE WASHING: 1 BATH, 964-7498 TFN 13 that political democracy works best piano 904-254-8481.seen 10.18.25-11.2
recognizing Dept. 3tchg
Froo estimates Mike Cole. alter
2 bdrm
5pm,964.4111. 17 WALDO VILLAS now renting when there is true financial democracy-and that 14 FT. FIBERGLASS-Boot. For more Infor.
'J member Townhouses. Starting al $26000Equal democratic financial Dally fromKeystone motion call 4733682. 2tchg1O-18-23
as BE A PARALEGAL-Accroditod Opportunity. 15 min. credit unions are unique
.*. Homo Housing to NAS JAX. Leave 18 FT.CAMPING-Trailer, two tire
instructed Heights
u NHSC Attorney from Starke 4 G'ville. For more Information institutions. ,
.. Leave NAS at 4 12x15 on Dodge rims, Pipe bumpers
l study, Fin aid avail FREE CATALOG Keystone 6am. p.m.
1.800.669.2555 SCI Boca RA. call 4681971.TFN 13 That's because credit unions are cooperatives Call 473-447O. 4tFN tool boxes, dog box, 4730713.
S ROOMS, furnished
LOW RENT. EFFICIENCY their members. All members participatein TIMBER.Call 473-0454 for UpdlO18BEAUTIFULThomosvllle
S' ton Fl.33432 17 air and heat clean, no owned by i WANT TO BUY
*=S will watch and with how their FREE estimate Please leave name and
EXPERIENCED MOTHER( roaches no dnnking or dope parties the democratic vision, a say in 'I dining room
.fv.care lor your infant in my home. Ex- allowed. 96456873 credit union operates. number. 3tpd10-11-18 table with 5 chairs and huge wall unit
.< .>io Ho liro I z f vr,IfFaP9RKjm"sa6: ( ropaus-r1 n'"ie 3BR.2_.BATH-Gftttia.Loop..* an privateacreage .. ,............ Oil International Credit Union' around Day, Thursday the world, -- ,. 'Gws Cuswller*.Td.Pol.Ad. ,HpdlO/18
\ rig mobile .Stove and refng.furnished, October 18, 74 million m r'nb I .
e 101.,"cabinets and crafts Phone carpeted throughout.$325 month celebrate the unique cooperative nature of credit SEAMSTRESS-Fast. reliable 10.18.25 and creative.Call :24 FT Harris' Flote boat with 25 hp
473.3818. hg
473-4018 after 5 p.m. $150 security. 282-7117 13WhyRentHomesfor$100.Rerx Johnson motor and trailer.' $2,500.
Senior GoVt unions. 473-2621.1tpdI0/18. __,
R G.C.0052543. citizens Learn more about the
the credit
special rate 17 Give Away Programs) For Information Stop by
CUSTOM SUNDECK. porches wheelchair call 504.649-0670 ext. R-9579. benefits of membership and how credit unions can

ramps at affordable prices call 13 make a difference in-your world. iS
4963521 17 2 Bdrm trailer In Lawtey on private tot No
RUDY'S AUTOMOTIVE Brake Special. children. 782-3344 13 DuPODT mm WNBBS[ CREDIT union
Brakes replaced while you wait $20 HOUSE FOR RENT 3 bdrm 1 bath re-
front$25 Rear plus parts 964..421. modeled 1989.. Call 964.8991 or 964- ft. Post Office Box 753
13 Starke, Florida 32091
3092. Leave message
FOR RENT 4 bdrm. 2 bath house. C H/A 18 1990 : ''.... :; J .4Yo,1;,. %1
Credit Union Day-October 'WEEK
International $ PER
I CARPENTERPosition I in Raiford$275 per mo. 1 st& final& I ; ri$99? O'W' SP"{t'tAr> $35

I sec 964-8602 after 6 p.m. __

(Tern..o.._" __nH') 13FOR __ 11III '78 Ford P/U $jiaaa
RENT near Graham trailer for rent I 6 Cyl. Std. Trans 3595

Skilled in all areas of trade by and month security or week.. Call..85.1371.Electric heat lights '77 Datsun P/U $ass.

$10.00 per hour 13FOR RENT 2 BR house in Stark. $210 E-Z WHEELS 4 Cyl. 5 S pd. 3585

mo.. $100 dep. Call 964-8704 '78 Ford T-Bird $ 95.

13FOR 1320 N. Temple Avenue StarkeC964778D PS. PB. AC
Accepting Applications RENT 2 BR Mobile Home.. $200 mo. V8. AT.

through 10/25/90 $100 dep. Call 964-8704. 13 '79 Chevy Monte Carlo $695$40PERW
FOR RENT Clean 2 bdrm apt stove V6. AT. PS. PB. #3811
CONTACT: R. Nate Holton refrigerator $200 mo. plus dep. NO
PETS. 9646232. 13 ,DOWN River % $199
New :;
Personnel Manager Bath house$275 mo. .
FOR RENT 3 BR. x o'I' k
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Correctional Institution, P.O. references required. Call 9649553. .' /1-z';: 'B" ; "p- ';{ '82 Olds Frienza
ftf ayll'e' : 1695
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Box 333, Raiford, Florida 13 @,'':';.,'' $ ,-.., ,1i:' >' ",; ..., ,' ,, : >' '{ \' :/o1i1;; ,' 4 Cyl. AT. PS. PB. AC 3619
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... 32083-0333Phone(904): ( AFFORDABLE! >>.,,/,:, ':'<">'"'{"".:1.;'iI'.l.e'We,,,, '<'.,*,<+ :;,Finance'Wroufoel. ,. > >,. ."">>?'.' J"'ii.rfJ'i..,/.,!:*'''''='' ',jO<>,.. '82 Toyota Tercel $19' 95
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,964-4000 Ext. 537 4 Cyl. S Spd. AC

PO RR 7823 T.H.E.APARTMENTS. 8O Chev Chevette $ 1995VS.

4 Cyl. AT. PS. PB 03601

'81 Chrysler Lebaron S/W $
of Starke has an TimberWe
The City 922 E. Brownlee St. At. PS" PB. ACti.$299'DOWN
opening for the position of Standing Rd.
Camp '
Laborer in the Sanitation Starke. FL 32091 \ :f tJi$40: PER'WEE'

+r Department. The minimum 964-7133 Buy Pine Trees.in '81 Pontiac T-1000 $sL

requirements are, r oriented with AT. PS. PB. AC 03609
2 & 3 BR. family uncleared lots. 4 Cyl.
from an yard or on
graduation laundry & large playground. Olds Omea $
school or 8O 2895
approved high FREE Electricity first month. Wroubel 4 Cyl. AT. PS. PB. PWTAC 3604
GED and must have a valid Rent 30% of your monthly incomeIf Ricky

-ri? : Florida Chauffeurs license. you quality. hr.. 40 hn.a Call Anytime 282-2431 '78 Mercury Cougar $2495

Applications will be week.II you&earn have 83.35 3 dependents per your -- --- r_. V8. AT. PS. PB. AC 3577
would be about SI 12 a monthor Tourismo
5:00 PM rent 83 Plymouth $2695
received day for days left In the 1i
'. ,: October 19,1990. month for per move-In after the first. 4 Cyl. ATT PS. PB 3559

City Apply Friday Hall at, the Personnel City of Starke Office, Qualified 810.00'.Move-in cost Singles can be Accepted.as low Low as Income A heat pump ; J Vi': $49k$ DOWN >> :$4 :P IW. K(

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Set a HotulrujRentor
209 N.Thompson Street, 3O will feel 82 Pontiac Grand Prix $349S

Starke, Fla. of(/YouYouguollfl anyone "': V6. AT. PS. PB. AC t3608
/ii. Equ Houdnj ;
, '81 $28
comfortablewith IDIil7' Mustang"B. AC 36O3
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PUMP & SUPPLY : .' }. LTD S/W $
DURRANCE .t .... ..e:. ..... 85 36Q5.
.' AC 3S97
864 N.Temple Ave., Starke ,.14 V6. AT.

i .b Weekends 964-7573 ,, P/U
Eves & .. 84 Ranger $3495
PS.PB 3492
4 Cyl. 4 Spe
Well Drilling '-'_ Esgtbstrr.It's bound la prortSe ILI200"'paIIIpo a loaf.ku&rj E1z$45' PERW1EKI.:
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i Residential & Irrigation r:.M sr' ", lIne fcomfort Because puma to backed by in erhutrt nanufstiini't 10 your i$& ,

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f Water G.Om't UN noTs...pacIIdaIcJ betee reduce jrour-ar.tge sjl ew tone. 84 Chrysler 3SS5.
systems GOULDS {n CaD ID rbriiiorcfcl lk<>tttheaiaoOhe tpum. f1DaDdDC fae" STilUUOO 4 Cyl. S Spd. PS. PB. AC 3615

'83 Mercury Marquis 3695

. Pump COWARTAir VS. AT. PS. PB. AC 3598

{la, Sales & a Conditioning Contractors '4 85 Cvl.Dodge Aries. AC 3593 3895*

" Service On CAC03763enlii 80251] Chev Cavalier $3995
9644061 I : : All Makes q .ane....... for ver IS years. 4 Cyl. AT. PS. PB. AC 3574

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PORTABLE TREADMILL$80. Ex.reli. Bike ItSl CUTLASS need engine, $350.
i CARS $40, Save $20. Both $100. 4962738. 496-26O6.: Itchrg. 10/18.

1M MERCURY.Grand Marquis LS, 4.DR. Itpd. 10/18.
clean, loaded, one owner 13000.
ailume small monthly payments
473-2723. ItpdlO-ll plnet piano Can be teen locally.
Credit Dept. 904.254.8481. 3tchrg. BEAUTIFUL I.' ACRE LOTS Choice of
'Gue Guswller Pd.Pol.Ad. 10/18.10/25. 11/1. crock or pond Iota, down payment low f
ItM Mercury-Capri ATPSPB AC AM-FM If70 MODEL 340 WINDSOR 4 boiTell care a* f495, down and $64 p.r month. A
cassette. 6 eye!. Cruite tilt. 1595. buretor. $250 or be.t offer. 4962889. Located 7 mils south of Lake Butler.
1983 Ch.vy Citation. Runs good. $495. 2tchrg. 10/18 10/25. Own.r financing, call 9044962161.
4732438. ltchglO/18 17 It. REFRIGERATOR w Ic.-mak.r. 3 4tchrg. 10/11, 111.MOBILE .
yr.. old. 496-3253. Itchrg 10/18
HOMES FOR SALE n_. $225. 4962606. Itchrg. 10/18. HOMES 6Flower

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wrap-around deck, wat.rfront. fireplace. Delivered and let-up. Low
$74,500. 473-0249 I.ov.m..oge..tchgI0'.II.I825 down payment, and $165 per month. Arranging Taught at VoTech.Some ...
Tank Inc. :24 No down payment to landowner Call of the flower arrangements Just made by
NEW IRICK.Ham., 3BR/2BA. split plan man Well arid Septic 904-755-5207. Two and
sessions each week Tuesdays Thursdays
students at the Vo-Tech Center are displayed above.
oak cabinets, fireplace, cathedral cell- Inch water welli. Pumpitolet tanks, lift 1990 MODEL CLEARANCE SALE Examplet The class In flower arranging has recently been 7-10 p.m.. for six weeks are filled and a waiting list Is
Ings. Extra nice. $88,000. 473 9236 or vice septic 64 Ft. Fleetwood Doublewide. load.d being kept. Cost Is 118, plus bring your own materials
Installation, dralnfleld started at the Vo-Tech Center, taught by Dolly Simpson
473 0340.: 4tchg9-27-' stationsNew Skeeter) w/ fireplace. Only $252 p.r month. second from IrW *.H ..... About 15 students are In each class.
COOL OFF In this abov I pool repairs Contact Bryan ( Call 9047521452.
th. summer. Stay toosly' warm by thts Jones-275-20O4- Jones- 2752716. SUPER SAVER PLAN-THE PUBUC HAS REQUESTED
wood stove In the winter, 3BR/2BA. After 6 p.m.Stat.. DeemedAll workguor.nt.ed. AN EXTENSION OF OUR
Brick. Fenced. Established subdivisionIn free estimates. 1/25 Stpd. SAVER PLAN FOR THE PURCHASE OF Vo-Tech Offers Class in Flower ArrangingA
city limits. Assumable mortgog. 2/22 thenIfn YOU NEW MOBILE HOME. BUY A 1991
with no qualifying. $79.000. 4733756. CERAMIC CERTIFIED TEACHER class starting 14X70 3 BR, 2 BA or 2 BR 2 BA
TFN Nov. 1 on Tues. and Thurs. Call for Finance for 7 yr.. at $242/month. SavIngs class in flower arranging, opento to furnish their own materials for wreaths, ceramic containers and
REDUCED $500090' Prime waterfront. Information. 4961562. Jtchrg. 10/18, of $15,600 on Interest. Call for Information adults and high school students the flower arrangements they will woven baskets are all favorite bases
260' dock, Lake Santa F., 1700 sq.ft. 10/25. 9047521452. alike has been started at the make. for the decorative wreaths and
I 3BR/2BA, Like new. 169500. Naoma WE DO IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME Cr.w. SUPER SAVER FLAN-THE PUBLIC HAS REQUESTED Bradford.Unlon Vocational- Some materials be available centerpieces. Flower arrangementsfor
J. Sassier Reg R.E. Broker, 4732717; Auto Repair all types of repairs, all AN EXTENSION OF OUR Technical Center recently. in Starke, but most may Thanksgiving, Halloween
I 4731131. ltpdlO-18 work fully guaranteed. Open 8.5 5 SAVER PLAN FOR THE PURCHASE OF from craft are acquired Christmas, and decorative ar-
shops from out of town,
day. a week. 431-1261. 2tchrg 10/18, YOUR NEW MOBILE HOME.BUY A 4 BR, Taught by Dolly Simpson the the ladies said. rangements for any use, can be
'Gul Guswller Pd.Pel.Ad. 10/25. 2 BA. finance for 7 yri. only) $384 p.r made in class.
class will for weeks. Cost for
month, a savings of $27,504 on Interest run six Some of the items the ladies are Two classes are now in session anda
is and students need
YARD SALES FOR RENT call for Information, registration $18 making this session will be used for waiting list is already in the mak
904-752-1452. Christmas decorations and/or ing. A class on Tuesday, 7-10 p.m.,
Vo-Tfech Offers CPRA Christmas gifts and some are for repeated on Thursdays, 7-10 p.m. is
fall decorations and Halloween. the current schedule. About 15
a.m. to 3 p.m. Complete satellitesystem. $200 monthly. Security Deposit re4d. CPR resusita-
cardipulmonary Grapevine wreaths, straw students are admitted to each class.
CR214 toward KH dum, Sid's Mobil. Home Park behind tion) class is scheduled at Bradford
Keystone Hills, Oak Drive Look for MS Itpd. 9/27. TFN. Downtown Progress
Vo-Tech on Monday Oct. 22,
.. l 10.18 TRAILER RENT Both, first
tpd FOR 3 BR 1 1/2 Committee MeetingSet
3 FAMILIES-Household Items, toys, baby and last months r.nt. Raldford area. Wednesday, Oct. 24. The class will Vo-Tfech Offers New Class: Home RepairDo
meet from to The
for October 9 7pm. 10pm.
Items, baby and toddler clothes, 431-1714, after 5. :2tchrg. 10/18. 10/25.
miscellaneous. Saturday. Crystal Lok. 22 BEDROOM MOBILE HOMES In class fee will be $10. ( it yourselfsave )
Instructor Nelson Green said the money
Rood. 9 a.m. to. lchglO-18 residential area. $100 per month, with A Downtown Progress Committee
5M WHITE.Sands Road (N Hwy 21 to $100 Security Deposit. Call 496-3452, and will be class will include Adult CPR
SR352)). Friday and Saturday 9 o.m 4 nights and weekends. :2tpd. 10/18, held Meeting Thursday public, Oct. 18, at 7:30 p.m.in Pediatric CPR and choking pro- Basic home repair skills taught Class begins Oct. is and continues
p.m. Household and garage Items, 10/25. the Starke City Hall. cedures. Completion of the class will will Include: sheetrock repair.painting through Nov. 19. The class meets on
miscellaneous chairs, men's, wom.n's, LOT FOR RENT 1 acre, shaded lot. Septic give CPR certification through the replacing screens, installing Monday evenings from 7-10 p.m.
children. cloth. ltpdlO-18 tank and power ploe. Near Worthington Purpose of the meeting is to American Heart Association. and changing locks, simple carpentry The fee for the class is $18.00. For
SAT.OCT.20.Next to John Brown Mobile Springs. Call 496.2709, after 5 discuss an application concerningthe For further information, call tasks, and other class selected further information call 964-6800,
Homes on SR 21. Refrigerator, small p.m. 1 Itpd 10/18. community's; commercial 964-6800, ext. 122. topics. ext. 122. To register come to
appliances, lawn mower, gas edger, revitalization needs. All committee This hands-on class will be taughtby Bradford-Union Area Vo-Tech
odds and ends, tools. ltpdlO-18 members downtown merchants, Joe Robinson a contractor who Center, 609 N. Orange Street.
FRI.a SAT.-Furniture,compressor, tools, knows the value of doing homeVoTbch
riding lawnmower, cloth., ceramics, YARD SALE and interested citizens are urged to Stage Door Group re P air to sa.'n mnt.. ..
pump. 100 East to CR 214 by Jiffy turn attend. To Present
right to Bernlce Road. Turn right. YARD SALE ON 125 between the Trail Comedy Vo-Tech Learn To ReadIf
ltchglO-18 and Desert Isle motels. 1st Trailer on Dial 911 Emergency "The Rainmaker"
SATURDAY2Olh. 9 to 4. Refrigerator, right. Itchrg. 10/18.
loveseat, toys, Christmas Items, like to help someone to learn to read,
------------------, Stage Door Productions a lake know an adult who would
clothes, bed, sweater, bookcase, new ------------- I you contact Becky Reddish at Bradford
I j I bedspreads, misc. East on 100 to Twin area community theatre group bas like to learn to read, or if you would Vo-Tech, phone 964-6800. ext. 122.
lake Road across from Jiffy. ltpdlO-18 i Buy any Kenwood Stereo & ed in Keystone Heights will presentthe
I romantic comedy "The Rain

HELP WANTEDNEED j get your choice of: Club maker"on,Fairway at the Keystone Drive, Friday Woman's and Offers Wall Covering ClassLearn

ta r ,: I' Saturday Oct. 26 27, with evening
15 HONEST-people who don't like performances at 8 and Sunday
:, to work but are not lazy. Unlimited op- j 1.) Any Speakers @ 1/2 Priceor matinee Oct. 28,2 p.m. how to beautify your home meet on Tuesday evenings from 7 to
portunity. Call 661-2517 evenings. i with wallpaper and borders, 10 p.m. The class begins Nov. 6 and
: Anytime on weekends. :ltpdIOII.18I In November the show will move George Mundell one of the best in continues through :December' 11.
I -;;COOK'NEEDED-Buddy's.: lakefront ,. 1 2.).Free WindowTint1\ y ... 1'to Gainesville, .. for an evening. perfor- the business, will instruct the class Total fee for the class is $28. For in-
I Restaurant Melrose. 468. :$'G'\ ,..NI/1I .J'Z"R p>n., t..
near 2O80. aNHll9 d." V .lallt.k1. .... "" 1 122.
2tchg0-1-l8 I Gainesville Moose Lodge 1140; 1414
I j Remote Alarm Systems from $119.95 (inst.) NE 23rd Ave.Advance .
'Cue Guswller Pd.Pol.Ad.
Free ) tickets may be purchased Vo-Tech Offers QuiltingThe
i j 90 Day Interest Financing (for qualified buyers at Kountry Harbour Restauranton

I LOST Highway 21 and Lake Region
I Travel on Lawrence Blvd. (Hwy 21) Happy Quilters are at it againat
AUTO PHILE CAR STEREO will furnish their own materials and
i FAMILY PET-in Keystone Area. Female Iin Keystone or call Patricia Bradford VoTech.It's .
supplies. Call 964-6800. ext. 122 for
walk.r hound, white and brown Crawford at 473-3082. Tickets will not too late to sign for the a
I Inside hind leg. Please call Dale at \ 8061 103rd ST. (Near Cecil Field) also be available at the door admis- next quilting class. This up class will the complete first list of of supplies class. to bring to
I 4739045. :2tchgl 0-18-23: JACKSONVILLE FL sion $5. Moose Lodge tickets will be consist of fast cutting with the rotary night
| $5 in advance and $6 at the door. Night class-Get. 30 thru Dec. 4
I cutter and fast machine sewing.You
771-8672 from 7 to 10 on Tuesdays.Day .
.1 _______._._._._.__--i can have your quilt in time for Class-Nov.p.m. 1 thru Dec. 13

:I 1"1 'C ls"Sijie"dAd-- Christmas.The registration. fee Is $18 for the REGISTER NOW.. on Thursdays.

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B.C. Willoughby Jr. Survivors Include' 2 daughters, In Memory of
Mrs. Kay Carter of Starke and Mrs. Card Of ThanksThe Thanks to all our friends for asking
Mr. B.C. Willoughby, Jr. 79 ,or Helen R. Marshall of St. George Arnie Evans about her and the help they gave
Melroee died Oct. 11 at home following Island;one brother Mr.Pat White of Pearl Norman family wishesto UK, it meant aiol to,us.
an extended illness. Born in Mt.- Chipley;5 grandchildren and 7 great It will be 2 years,Oct 21.sinceyou thank everyone for the food, With all our love, The Pearl Norman
left u* and I still remember as If It ,during the loss Family
he grandchildren. and
Sterling Ky moved to Melrose in flowers prayers
teas. rom InterUchen.: Mr. Funderal services were on Oct. IS was yesterday. I thank of you often of our mother and grandmother.We .
WUloughby was a member of the1Church at the St. Mark's Episcopal Church with lean in my eyes because I miss .would like to give a special
: of God.He was also a retired with Father Gill Crosby officiating. you so. I know you are happier with thanks to Doyle Archer and the Up- Jack Frost the Imaginary sprite
,God but I still wish were with and windows
Lake you and they makes frost on trees
construction: worker in the road Burial was at Crosby' I john for all the help support who
us. know you are watching over us Norse mythology.
building industry.Survivors Cemetery with Archie Tanner without ,gave us. originated
Funeral Home of Starke In charge of to see us through every year
is daughter remember I .
you so please always --
Thelma Durn of Memphis Tnsons 3 arrangements. miss much. ...
BC. Willoughby 111'of; rave you and you very .r
Maryville. Tn.. Everett Mary.C"McGee
WUIoughby, Starr S.C. and Irvin In Loving Memory of % SAWYER GAS S JI1'l90 paF
Mrs. Lou McGee 82'of 6>
WUIoughby of St.'aoud 2 listen Mary ; S'l
; H.
John DayanIn
Starke, died Oct. 16 in Bradford
Shepherd and
both of Columbus. In Myrtle; 8 grandchildren Hospital. following an extended illness. loving memory of:a devoted ;a i- C JSh
: and 2 great grandchildren. husband and father who deDlll'tedthis P -
. Funeral services Mrs. McGee: was born In We Jove *,
: were Oct. 14 at moved to life on Oct. 17.1989.
Dewitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. Mississippi from wife
miss you sadly your
Sam> Douglas Burial Starke alter spending 60 years In Michael anrjellen
officiating was member of the Jody; sons, John Jr.
Alabama. She was a
at Keystone Heights Cemetery Donald&daughters Mary and
under the direction of Jones Funeral First Baptist Church. granddaughters Caycee and
Survivors include her daughter
Home, Keystone. Mary L. Rhoden of Salt Springs; 5 Dave. and friends. __

W. sons Starke,Joseph,H.Ocie McGee D.,Bert, McGee McGeeof Card of ThanksWith Don't Get Caught In The COLD !

Kiney Rowland Hopklnsville, Ky,James R. McGee, grateful hearts we wish to express .
Carson City Nv and Bruce McGee, our appreciation for the
Mrs. Kiney White Rowland, 90 of Pottstown, t.PA; 2 brothers, Frank prayers, visits, food, cards, flowers
Starke died on Oct 13 at Alachua McKelvey of Starke and Jack and love shown to us during this difficult
General Hospital following an extended McKelvey of Dothan, Al; 2 sisters, time. A special thanks to Come & See
illness. Mrs. Rowland was Sally Edwards of Starke and Mattie Pastor and Mrs.Leaton Morgan and ,
born in Chi Pater where she attended Lee McGee, Jamison, Al; 17 grandchildren members of Bayless Highway Ball
school.She moved to Ocala and and 17 greatgrandchildren.Funeral tist Church. Also to Father Bill and Our E-
then to Cedar Key where she taught services were at the First the members of the St. Edwards
school. She married the Late Ben Baptist Church on Oct 19 with Rev. Catholic: Church. Your
Rowland of Cedar Key and moved to Ben Bryant officiating. Burial was thoughfulness will never be forgot- PreSeasonHEATER
Starke in 1945.She wan a member of at Prevatt Jones ten.
the St. Mark's Episcopal church in Funeral Home hating the ar W
Starke. rangements. Florence Anderson Family ;


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