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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 25, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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There will be no more high 80*weather In our area this week and Social. ,... . . . . IA 1.II L.1.DHFaR f.0 R L
morning lows will reach into the 40s for the first time this fall Frischool Now. . .. . .*A '10Vt.RS'L ( 'l Or
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day morning. ..._coolllln..A l 4.. ',;;x.61. 1
A cold front passed through Starke early Tuesday morning bringLegei*. .. . . .. .. '0.12A'L. F
I Ing a few more welcome showers, but no sustained rainfall. A NI.SV .\t..E.
secondary front is expected to pass through Thursday, which will SECTION ft U "ego* GA 1I ::: a

I bring even cooler temperatures, at least for a few :days. Sunday Budget Doboclo. . . . ..w 1 I
afternoon highs may again reach 80' New *...ort.. . . ..1.'. ,
Saturday is the end of daylight saving time this year. Adjust church Now. . . . .3*
clocks backward one hour at 2 a.m Sunday morning to return to School Now*. . .. . . .*."
standard time until the first Sunday of April when DST will again Crime News. . . . .'.71

commence. Sport*.. .. . . a.ii.M.ise The Sweetest Strawberries
Sunrise today, Thursday October 25 was at7:37: and It will set at ck .. lod A.... . . .'.101 This Side of Heaven .
6:49: making the daylight hours llh 12m in length. Obftu..... ... . .121 nth Year STAItKK. KI.OKIDA :.15 bntKCupy
15th IHNul' Thursday. (Hilicr 2 r>. I/! !"' tJSI'S OW7IMIWorth ; '



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Art Fest

Barbecue Chicken... : Whirl

A BUS fund raiser is scheduled 1 ,
from noon to 2 p.m., today Thurs- ,
day, Oct. 25, featuring barbecue; Set Here

chicken, baked beans, cole slaw 4ti ParadeOn
and a roll, for $3.50. Pick-up at f !
back door of the BHS cafeteria off _

Washington Street. Sat. Sun. I .
Profits from the sale of dinnersare

earmarked for the purchase ofa TapTornadoes
riding lawn mower for the high The Fifth Annual Starke Festivalof I It
school. the Arts will draw thousands of

spectators to Starke, Saturday and
Development Authority... Sunday, October 27-28 for a weekendof to Whirl
art and free entertainment.
The Bradford County Development Approximately 80 artisans will Tonight, Parade Friday,
Authority will meet at 4 p.m. line historic East Call Street with and Play Football in
today, Thursday, Oct. 25, at the Andrews thier original artwork. The juried,
Center Board Room, Santa multimedia festival allows local and tS Homecoming FestivitiesWhat

Fe Community College. national artists to compete for more Yk t
than $10,000 In festival prizes and do princesses, a parade
purchase awards. comical skits, pig-kissing and
,L 'great' legs all have in common. "" A
DuPont Dinner... week of homecoming festivities at

The DuPont 25 year club dinner e Bradford High School.
will be held Friday, Oct. 26, in Students have spent this week in a
Building A, Bradford County 4a1MA flurry of activity which will
Fairgrounds. culminate tonight and tomorrow
with Tornado Whirl and the

Clean-up Week... homecoming parade.
This week's agenda included a
Mayor Ed Wall has proclaimed t w _. 'Great Legs' contest which was won
Starke "Clean-Up Week," Monday- ,. 1 by BHS teacher Ronney Harris. Col

Friday, October 22-26. lege Dress-Up Day, and a contest

The Beautification Committee of ...... ..... whereby one BHS teacher was
i the Starke-Bradford Chamber of elected to kiss a pig during Tornado
I i Commerce petitioned the mayor to Whirl.
make the proclamation. Tornado Whirl is set for this even
I Festival T-Shlrti.
..
. Committee Chairwoman Marjorie ing, Thursday, Oct. 25, at 8 p.m, in
I Thompson said, "Every citizen is Am.lla Barnard, co-coordinator' far the football stadium at BHS
, asked to show pride in the community the Starko ...'Ival of the Art., .......... c The 1990 homecoming queen will
, by doing whatever possible festival T-thlrt on .. for 17.50. be chosen from five contestants all

to make our streets litter free, "Storybook Land" is sure to be a seniors, who are: Monika Williams
especially during this week when children in daughter of Ms. Melverine CUnn-
as participate L
we will be hosting so many out of 'Snowhit ," "Cinderella" and ingham of Gainesville and Bobby
Williams of Starke Christina Bath
town visitors. ;
other stories and are videotaped in
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mickey
their roles. Also includedis
supporting \
Bath of Brooker; Holly Hersey
hands-on activities where
a area daughter of Mr. and Mrs John
children have their faces
can Wayne Hersey of Theressa; Amy
KLPOA Moet... painted, create a mask, draw a picture Horne, daughter of Joann Shadd of
to be sent to Russia or buy art
and Bill of
Starke Horne
The Kingsley Lake Property work at the Children's Emporium.Area and Hampton of Mr
Mindy Gnann daughter
Owners Association will hold a music dance and theatre
and Mrs. Plen Gnann of Theressa
covered dish at 6:30 will the audience
supper p.m., groups captivate will skits
BHS classes
r- Center.Saturday, Oct. 27, at the' Civic with food entertainment conscsslona all will weekend flavor and the All Good Democrats like Chicken and Rice the cheerleaders will perform cheer, the t
David
band will play and Coach
. Guests are Invited to join the festival with a taste for everyone. A Hurse will introduce the
players as
""" f."":'> '.:,:.'* membership meeting to.. ,free outdoor concert Saturday even the 1990-91 Tornado varsity football
celebrate Kmgsley's being ing at 7 p.m.:featured the incretUbIe team honored before meeting
designated and outstanding Florida country music singer, "Tamra Lee _
#efa :wrw trtw Paxon High Jacksonville in their
Water. and Constock Lode. '
""A special painting exhibit by Bon- Festival hours are Saturday, from +h e (see Homecoming..p.2A>
nie Crews and her mother, Mrs. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, from 7
Mildred Crews will be displayed. noon to 5 p.m. 6
The Starke Festival of the Arts is QualifyFor

Festival of the Arts... by Santa Fe Community
College, Santa Fe Community College
The Santa Fe Community College Endowment Corporation the r 3 RacesIn

needs workers for the 5th annual City of Starke and the Starke- S
Starke Festival of the Arts, set for Bradford County Chamber of Com
October 27 & 28. If you can help
call SFCC at 964-5382 or the merce.Starke LawteyBy
Festival of the Arts
Chamber of Commerce, 964-5278. Entertainment Schedule
The Festival of the Arts has Saturday, October 27: Buster Rahn
opened an office at 200 East Call 9:00: Silver Stars Square Dancers 'r s aCT Staff Wrltor
St., on the second floor. The office 10:00 Class Act c. rt f Six candidates have qualified for
:
will be open Monday, Wednesdaysand 11:00 Stardust the Magician : : the three Lawtey council seats being
Fridays 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 12:00 Lake Area School of Dance vacated at the end of the fiscal year
1:00 Starke Tang Goo Do giving electors a wide choice as they
1:55: Theatre Strike Force go to (he polls Dec. 4, the First Tues

Special Seminar... 2:20: Anita Sheryl and Amanda day in December, rather than the se-
3:05 Desert Rose Dancers r( cond Tuesday as reported earlier in
The Starke Presbyterian Church 4:00 Florida nee The Telegraph.
will hold a special seminar, "Our 7:00: Tamra Lee and the Constock 4p.! I Seats held by Laura Harris, Em-
Childhood Roots," 7-8:30 p.m., Sun- Lode mett Bright and Marvin Rosier are
Oct. 28. this with all three
day, being -
expiring year
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The program will be led by Rev. Sunday, October 28: -- r "T.- contested.

Hazel Hetzel, pastoral counselor. 12:00: Jim Harvin Incumbent Laura Harris, group 2,
12:55 Bradford Twirlers and Democratic candidates gathered around the Iradling who provided the donkey. The donkey Is uniden- Is being opposed by newcomer to the
Men Day Program... Dancers tlonal donkey ridden by a tiny"Miss Democrat" at the tified. Lawtey political scene Evelena Kit
New Bethel Church will celebrate 1:40: Rare Breed, 50s & 60s music Trl-county Rally last Saturday. Bottom row: Mary Peterson and Sheriff Ken ties.
Oct. 28 at 5 2:20: Nostalgia, Vocal Group At top (from left): George Stuart for treasurer/In- Etheridge are greeted at door by two budding young Incumbent Emmett Bright group
Men Sunday, ,
The public Day is Invited, Rev. J W. p.m.. 3:00 Dance Centre Studio surance Commissioner; Pete Peterson for Congress Democrats with balloons. At right, the popular 4, Is being opposed by Michael
Warren Pastor. 4:00 Sudden Storm Second District; and Arthur Gaskins for County Comdonkey looks a bit weary, but patiently carries another Moore, also new to Lawtey politics.
mlslon. District Two. Holding the rope Is Ernie Dowl- passenger.the Incumbent Marvin Rosier group

Catfish Growers... 5, currently in a race for county

Growers and potential growers of 650 Democrats from 3 Counties Rally HereAn commissioner himself on, did the not Lawtey qualify council.to succeed

catfish in Bradford and surroun- Two candidates:with familiar.family
ding counties are Invited to a Tues- names qualified lor tne seat oemg

day, Oct. 30 meeting, to be held at 7 estimated 650 Democrats from largest district east of the public hearings, not hide behind Arthur Gaskins the only can- vacated by Rosier, George Shuford

p.m.,in the Bradford County three counties gave a big hand to Mississippi River for the past year closed doors if he is elected. didate with Republican opposition, and Debra Barber.
Agriculture Building on US-301 Pete Peterson, candidate for Congress Peterson, seemingly still hale and Tim Templeton spoke briefly for asked support\ In his campaign for Incumbents Robert Scott, group 3,
north. Bob Crawford of the the District Two seat and urged a and Delbert Jordan 1 in
at Saturday night's hearty said, "I want the people to president group are
Plans are being made to form a Election rally at the Bradford Coun-pre- realize that running for office in a Florida Senate, commending his big turnout of voters on November 6. the middle of their terms,and aren't
catfish growers co-operative in the ty Fairgrounds. big district means a real sacrifice in record as an environmentalist, and George Crady, District 13 Florida up for election this year.
area. his efforts toward a more House of Representatives introduced Lawtey candidates qualified last
and But we're open
Peterson a veteran of 26 years of time, money energy.
and thanked voters week for the election.
the
because believe in it and legislature. speakers, upcoming
military service, minced no words in doing it we ,
bidding for the Second District have faith in the good judgment of Hal Y. Maines, Lake Butler attorney for returning him to the Legislaturefor Since there are only two candidatesin
Upcoming... House seat now held by RepublicanBill the people. We know who our boss and lifelong Democrat, praised another term without opposition."Mr. each race the Dec. 4 election will
'i'
the Democrat" Andrews decide all three There will not
people-oriented Guy races.
party as
IsYou and we're to
Public meetings scheduled in the Grant who switched parties one are, ready
rather than behalf of the Lawton be run-off
money-oriented. He spoke on a
coming weeks are: month after his election as a serve you to the best of our ability.
for
Starke Zoning Board and Boardof Democrat in 1988. George Stuart,candidate for State viewed great Democratic advances Chiles/Buddy MacKay team
toward of Governor and Lieutenant Governor
the lot
drew loud Treasurer and Insurance Commissioner bettering
Peterson when
Adjustment meets Thursday, applause
grassroots America, crediting commending their effort to "returnFlorida's It's Time to Change
in Hall. he denounced Grant action as promised to bring the people
Oct. 25, at 7 p.m., City Democrats for the nation to the people"and
government
giving
Bradford County Commissionersmeet disgraceful. "We need someone in "affordable" insurance by giving Your Clocks AgainHas
Social which that a statewide campaign
Security, was strongly
Congress can trust" Peterson them input into the rate-setting process prove
at we
Monday Nov. 5, 9:30 a.m.,
be without
opposed by leaders and won accepting
Republican can
in the Courthouse. said. "Grant came to you two years which he ways the public not other that rescued the contributions from monied it really been six months
Lawtey council meets at 7:30: ago saying 'I 'support'and getting under the present ad- measures huge who will since clocks were moved ahead in
from disaster the interests, expect
month after being elected ministration. He charged that the In- country during special ?
Hall. one the April
p.m.. Monday Nov. 5, in City on Great Depression of the 1930s suchas favors from the Governor's office in
Bradford County Zoning Board Democratic ticket, with Democratic cumbent Insurance Commissioner, This week-end will be the timeto
meets at 7:30 p.m., Monday, Nov. money, Grant switched parties,say- Republican Tom Gallagher being providing Administration jobs through the and Works return.Generous servings of chicken and set clocks back one hour as the
Progress help-
Ing the Democratic Party had "left" "ruled" by the industry he is nation reverts to Standard Time
Starke Hall.
5 in City
other trimmings
Ing able young men through the rice, with iced tea and
I regulating. "We need an independent for the next six months.
General Election, Tuesday Nov.
him."If Civilian Conservation "We served by the Democratic
6, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. he's too good for the counselor to defend the interestof owe the Democratic Party Corps.our vote Executive, were Committees of Baker, Officially the time changes at 2
, Starke Council meets at 7:30: ( Democratic Party, how can he expect the people who are paying these in this effort to return the Bradford and Union Counties. a.m. Sunday morning Oct. 28, as
votes now?"Peterson ask exhorbitant rates", Stuart said ad- govern- clocks are changed from 2 a.m. to
Hall.
in
p.m.,Tuesday, Nov. 6, City your ment of Florida back to the people," Background music was provided
Dedication of city park on East ding that companies who want 1 a.m. However, most people will
ed.After Maines said. by Sapp.
.Call Street, 10:30: a.m., Monday beating the bushes around raises in premiums will have to hold electronically Wayne change their clocks before retiring -

Nov. 12.School. Saturday night, setting them

Board meets at 7p.m... Jail Not In Compliance With Staffing Rules D.O.C. Inspection Says back one hour.
Monday, Nov. 12. In the Ad '.. Church goers who do not set
their clocks back attend
ministration Building. By Buster Rahn said he has inspected the addi- female may
Stanley and other staff members being The jail must also have a
Raiford Council meets at 7 p.m., BCT Staff WrHor jail twice and has found the 19 persons tional personnel.One officer on duty when a female inmate church at 11 a.m. Daylight Savings
Monday, Nov. 12, In City Hall. to the jail does not correctional to Time, only to find they have
officer
Earl Stanley,Jail Inspector for the assigned stationedon Is incarcerated, according arrived in time for Sunday Schoolat
Brooker Council meets at 7:30 Department of Corrections, told come up to the number required, the second floor is used as a book- regulations.To .
10 a.m., Standard Time.
p.m., Tuesday Nov. 13, in City county commislsoner that Brad- since the present staff Includes sup- Ing officer, and must leave his post staff any one position around Remember the old adage,

Hall.r ford County jail is not in compliancewith port personnel. and go downstairs when booking incoming the clock, seven days a week, re- forward and fall back."
Hampton Council meets at 7 Oct. Stanley said the agreed upon staff Inmates. That situation "Spring
regulations Wednesday,
P.II1-, Tuesday, Nov. 13, in City 17, and that more staff must be add- of 19 officers includes only correctional must be corrected according to See Jail .Pace ZAe It clock.P.K. tells. one which way to set the

Hall.p ed. officers, with kitchen workers Stanley.!





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;':';w --2 Bridges Back $217,000BHS

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their last KHKV,', !> I
Duncan add The week of Oct. 8-12 was alto' E*- .
Joo eceptional Students Education
Costly
(ESE) Week.
ESE Director Denise Adams save

For ." Supt. Dun- the exceptional education programs
; County count will "alive and growing in Bradford
"
more money County.
''"" was not. The Currently, some 400 students,
.'i' 'BWs on two bridges for Forsyth officially about l/10th of the entire
to Road (SE 11th Street) came in .8-12,known 4,000-member student body are
,$ 7OOO higher than budgeted and t4"M'E I for full enrolled in exceptional education.The .
: ,county commissioners are looking the basis program has 42.5 teachers, Ms.
for alternatives on the 3.75 mile road funded by the Adams told the school board.
> they are currently in the process of "People are going to great lengths
fr ;paving board Oct to participate! ft these programs. so
', At the Oct. 17 meeting Clerk Ray the same, I feel they must be worthwhile," Ms.
Norman opened two sealed bids for are up some Adams said.
.,;construction of two bridges for For- suspects ESE staff members were
.r yth Road, the lowest coming: in at of move- recognized and introduced Oct.eachh
,.; $157,000 by the Lynette Co. of the county. the school board members by
Jacksonville. The higher bid, i I r. is up about 50 principal each of whom lauded the
1250,000 was submitted by LeWare of Elementary is work of die special education staff.
Elemen- Buddy Paterson, principal of
.I' Commissioner Wilbur Waters said Lawtey Lawtey Community School,
,the board was expecting the bids to minus 25, and presented his teachers a bouquet of
+tir. be $100,000 or less, and the county slightly. flowers.
.w'.n.t' budgeted to pay more than that
.,. for bridges.
Chairman Maxie Carter, Jr., appointed -
Waters, Road Superintendent -
J.B. Crawford and County

'.the Engineer bids Jerome and any Kelly other to options review High-Q Team Defeats Defending Champion Orange Park in ThrillerThe I

available to the county, and report
its findings to the board at its next BUS Tornado High-Q team Becker nailed three consecutive match, with a;; opportunity to g-;; The BHS JV team did not fare as percent accuracy.
regular meeting Monday, Nov. 5. upset three-time High-Q champion I toss-up questions euroute to an 8 for ahead,but failed to correctly answer well, losing 154-79 to the JV Raiders, Coach Stanley Crawford said, "If
Orange Park 146-137 Tuesday, Oct. 1 9 attempts. Patrick Hurst added to two consecutive toss-up questions as but it did set a record 5 for Son bonus we are ever going to bring an
Convenience Stores... 23, vaulting BHS into first place in 1 Becker's excellent showing overturtime run out. questions. Mike Rowell led the BUS academic championship to BHS, we
County Attorney Bill Bessent said the northern division of the coni i rung a Raider lead. JVs with 4 correct answers. to ourselves and our op-
the State of Florida has passed a ference. Proficiency continues to elude the Pant, that we can win against the
i statute aimed at curtailing holdupsof BHS pushed its lead to 55-20 a 35 It was the first-ever Tornado win BHS Varsity, correctly answering 8 .."
convenience stores and some Captain Michael Becker's strong ]joint spread but was unable to over Orange Park's Raiders who of 16 bonus questions for 37.5 per-
counties have ordinances leadership helped the varsity maini maintain the difference. The have dominated the match for the cent. The team handled toss-up BHSgoesontheroadneatweektoRaiders
passed ,
but Bradford County Is not required tam n its unbeaten string now 4-0. closed near the end of the past several years. questions much better with an 80 challange Baker County.r .

to pass any ordinances at this time,
since it has not experienced crimes
that trigger a county ordinance in

., the state statute. Homecoming... r -
'. Bessent said the county cannot
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(from IA)
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-pass an ordinance more stringent SAMPLE BALLOT
'.i.v '.than that passed by the state. homecoming contest Friday night at rt r

.'" In the meantime Bessent said hey 8pm.Tomorrow's. F BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
,wUl acquire a copy of the Alachua festivities begin with I 1
County ordinance for governing con- the homecoming parade, set for 1 NOVEMBER 6 1990
venience stores for use in draftingone p.m., Friday, Oct. 26. All parade entries I, ,

for Bradford County, if the commissioners should assemble in the BHS For Precincts No. ZB,3B,5A,6B,7,8A,
decide an ordinance is parking lot by noon Friday and be I iI 8B,9A,9B,10AIOBII,1ZA,1ZBI3I4.I5.16
needed. lined up by 12:15: p.m.. The new '
homecoming queen and her court OFFICIAL
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Telephone Service... will preside over the parade which GENERAL ELECTION
At includes entries from school and
Anita Rink, executive director of .
community organizations.Class BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDAPRECINCT
I. the Starke-Bradford County pnncesses who will also ridein ,
wt,: Chamber of Commerce, told county the junior class-
parade are: NO.NOVEMBERS..
_
"-..r commissioners that Union County Bridget Holder daughter of Carolynand
telephone subscribers approved toll Curtis Holder of Lawtey; 1990
free calls to Gainesville for a class- Aehcia Woods TO VOTe for a candidate whose
rr nominal charge of $3,30 per month. daughter sophomore of Asberry Woods of you desire 10 vol.TO VOTe for a name candidate N printed whose on tllll ballot, mark a cross (IX)In the blank space at the RIGHT 01 the name 01 the candidate whom
'. ,, Rink says she has been discussingthe Hampton; freshman classHeather name Is not printed on the ballot,write his name In the blank space provided for that purpoee.

". ,' possibility of adding toll free Hersey daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
'
\ calls from Starke to Hampton .
John Wayne Hersey of Theressa.The
;" Brooker Waldo, Melrose andl parade will begin at BUS and CONGRESSIONAL Write-in Candidate for
; J Gainesville with local telephone official travel west on Washington Street, PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL
4 Shorty Norman. then south on Orange Street to Representative in Congress Commissioner of Education AMENDMENTS OR OTHER
'If
If the plan is feasible, Rink says, Walnut Street where it will head east 2nd
the Chamber will spearhead a drive back to US-301. US-301 will be tem- Congressional District PUBLIC MEASURES
to poll subscribers to see If the addi- porarily closed to traffic while the
.T tional service is wanted.'JaIl parade travels along it to the north (Vote for One) I L 0 To wit on i oonsttitoul ammtnent a other public
.' back to Washington Street and BHS. meaars.mat a uoss PI)h ris brit tpaoe next b
'" Bill GRANT sUwYE3aNaPETE'
",. ',11 _. (Rep)
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.' ,' .. From Page 1A Craft Show.$SetSat. 0 Dem) 'R l Commissioner of Agriculture -,<
.. ,rn;::" ;: AMENDMENT ,
; t quires 5.1 persons working 40 hours ; :0'I',.. ; ;. ;
".,11. .,y per week, with holidays, annual and A Morris Fork Craft Fair will be If: T3: ? i (Vote tot One) f'J'At ;UI.A SECTK> 13 ':'i'111!

sick leave. sponsored by the Mission and STATE BejfJhr Legislative Sessions
Sheriff Etheridge suggested it Outreach Committees of Faith CHARLES BRONSON (R )
.. may be less expensive to build a Presbyterian Church at the corner Governor and Lieutenant Governor
,,- booking room on the second floor of SR-21 and CR-21B at Midway bet- BOB CRAVYFORD' (Deny) Proposkq an arnsrxlm.rN:to the Slat.ConeIItutIon
io/.I( rather than pull the officer off his ween Keystone Heights and Melrose (Vote' for Group) bk. the LealslabJre to oonvan at .... earHsr
specified data and In
.;.r > post or add staff. this Saturday Oct. 27, from 9:30 10 conv.ne lethe tnt rfuesd.y 1992 and thersaner
"Stanley said he would discuss the a.m. to 4 p.m., in Fellowship Hall. Write-In Candidate for Monday In February ot each odd-eaambsred after the yew IIrst
,;'. possibility with his superiors and BOB MARTINEZ are on the Oral Tuesday! after he tint Monday In
.. give an answer within a few days. FOR(JMqHOll_ (Rap) Commissioner of Agriculture February or such other' date as IIIIIy be fixed by
The problem will be on the commissioner's Pecan Auction Set Nov. 8 ALLISON DEFOOR law,0I.1ICII_n null'Clered ya'hoauturtxaxrooveaos
agenda when it meets

Monday, Nov. 5. First pecan auction of the fall is CS4 YES tar Approval I
set Nova at the Starke LA ON CHILES JJ 1
a Thursday, (Oem) a
1- iT State Farmer's Market on US-301N. MO for Election
? tr worth The sale will 1 p.m. I BUDDY MACKAYraauuTnwcesorl
\ Pecans must be weighed-in between I

t' 8 a.m. and noon the day of the sale.A NONPARTISAN NO.2
otingHaunted second auction is set for Nov. 29.
t JUDICIAL CONS' MJONALAMENDMENT
:
Growers are asked to use substantial -
Write-In
,.J' .:t Hou..... bags. Plastic trash bags paper Candidate OF THE SUPREME ARTICLE I, SECTION

'If .' Spirits will roam the Fellowship bags Growers or boxes are will also not asked be accepted.to have Governor and Lieutenant GovernorJUSTICE COURT Three-Oay Walling Period For Handgun

: :.., Hall of the First United Methodist their nuts and Shan Justice LEANDERJ.SHAW.JH Purchases
separated by variety (Vote for Group) .
-. .1 Church Halloween night 7-9 p.m., Re ,. :: ."+ Wednesday, Oct. 31. tagged. of the Supreme Court be retained in office .xcbllng weekends a mandatory and boat parted noNetws.n of three day*,

t Methodist youth are asking those the erchlse and delivery at filial of any handgun.
'j
.q' who enter the haunted hall to bring Health Fair Set In KeystoneThe YES oel : terra and handgun' and
,fvf. 4 a donation for UNICEF. I 0 1:1:: tequkes Leg( if. b mad. lop atjon to
annual Health Fair sponsored NO provide a lawny penal lor violatwns.
the Club
: :: Mini-Grants... by Keystone Rotary ,
is set from 8 a.m.to 4 p,m.Saturday, YES far Approval
t The Bradford County School Oct. 27, at the Keystone Lions Club. DiSTRICTCOURTOFAPPEAL ,
.. District Office is offering teachers Health options to be offered include Secretary of State NOtofHtledton EJ
and other instructional personnel spinal exams eye exams, skin
ten mini-grants of S300 each to encourage care oxymetry, the Civitan Blood (Vote' for One) Shal Judge CHARLES E.MINER.JR GIllie FM

",ft"'r f.. 'tt r,.", inovative Ideas for Mobile, orientation on safety District Court of Appeal>be retained In office? NO.3
J' teaching pupils.Applications vehicles weight and height, body JIM! SIIITH Re
j. for grants must be composition, skin cancer screening [ CONSTITUTIONALAMENDMENT

I. <.. submitted on or before 1 p.m., FrI- vitamin screening glucose and JIM MINTER Dem) YES ARTICLE VII,SECTION 18
': day, Nov. 2. cholesteral screening, blood EI
Lnrs
\ S For further information, contact pressure and pulse screening blood NO Affecting Local Governmental
.r",.. ., 'r your principal or Myrna Hurse at chemistry, hearing tests, Informa- ExpendHum or AbIlity to Raise Rmnue or
the school board office. tion on physical therapy, '
Receive Stale
'K. ;. human/animal related diseases, Write-In Candidate for Shal Judge RALPH W NIMMONS_ _jn ei the Find Tu Revenue

!.,''''", Car Wash... American Cancer Society, and skill- Dish Court Appeal( be retained In office? Excuses
ed nursing facilties. Secretary of State counties and municipalities. from
1" A car wash sponsored by Bradford The KH Lions Club is located rnrjwttri oanaral tows :renuMng them 'to
'-a ."t County Special Olympics Is the street from lIES pap.ond. lESiJh! taw **E" an Imnoilanl
;
across Keystone '
: EI ?*: fiSJl>acWd by'-4,hWavote,
scheduled on the Community State High School. Off SR-100 turn right at L ( ]] [ or funding sources ar* provided or
... J OOndlndIn
.:r. : Bank Parking Lot, Saturday, Nov. the light onto SR-21. At Keystone lit... carts*011. .,. mat. Prohibits ganaral
3 M 3, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Bank, the second street, take S r law that have certain ncgatlvt fiscal
.tp ..' Tickets may be purchased in advance another right turn onto Orchid Street Steal Judge jmiKLEIIUMfifiMDfJ, of!the First consequent for countlea and,: municlpalHlM:
from J. McKinney or M. and follow that road all the way to vntontnKltaiptHO-tMntowit exempts celtlln
1't Comptroller
District Court of Appeal be retained office? categories from these requirements.NO. .
.. ; Brewington at the Middle School, the Lion's Club right across from KH
or Dan Cuddington at the Emergency High School. (Vote for One)
.<' Rescue Station. YES rES for-
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Tickets will also be on sale at the CHRIS EI NO for He: E3
COMSTOCK NO
(Rep)
,
Winn-Dixie store, Saturday Oct. 27. \rr\rrrrrrrrr\r\rr" I I i EI
Proceeds will go to support local .'\'.'.'\'.'.' .'.'\'\'\'
' ,.. '..'.'.' '..' GERALD LEW13 Dam)
special Olympics.Horn r..r.\r \ Shal E. ZEHMEA
i ..'..'..'..'..'..'..'..'.. ..'..'..'..'..'..'..'..'..'..' Judge_ EARlE_ _of the First 4CONSTITUTIONAL
Schoolers... .'.'.'... "'"'''.'''.'.'.'.',.',.',..', PsHtet Court Appeal be retained In' office? AMENDMENT
: .." ",, .. .. .. .. Treasurer
r An Informal gathering of home- .., ,:, 'Il .. ..'..'..'..' ARTICLE III, SECTION 4
f.J:. schooling families is planned for 7 '''''' '''' .. .. (Vote for One) lIES B

p.m., Tuesday Nov. 6, in the Brad- B" i' 'r.t'lfitii ..,..' Open Government
"
.w: ford Fairground Building. '..'..'
; Everyone involved in the home- . . . TOil GALLAGHER (Rep) Proposing/ an amendment tr> the Stale eoneMuNon
i.. .' ...' \\\rrrr\rrr\\r. .... ... . ....... [ to provide that certain votes of togMaton be
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school invited. Contact .
;.a: program \ '' '' \ \ \.
.'..'..' '..'..'..'.. GEORGE STUART (Dem) recorded: mat the Legislature provide by rule for
Denise Crawford, ph. 431-1091, : ," ,", , ".' open and noticed committee meetings and for
r Elaine Crawford, ph. 964-6830 or ..I. 'i' i'.' ether legislative meetings ana meetings.
.. Joanie Hoffman, ph.964-2339 for .' oj J between the Governor the President ot the Senate.ceran ,
further Information. : .. .. ..; .. ..; .. .. .. .. Commissioner J I of f Education ,' 11 f" l If''; ':". ,I.' ., a', ore,.Speaker of the House to be reasonably open
,.. ; .. .. .. ..,.. .. .. .. .. ..,..,..,.. .. to the publlcLandllat; certain constitutional
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Mosqi'itos No Threat Here Yet [rA 4-H'er Has, Best Radii hilt* :

in. _> tk I "1 '.
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: the chemical,which cost$1,288 eacn. recommended urn wu ui un>spray
county-wide mosquito spraying O'Nealsala,"We don't have a nor unit to the Institution.The In Jax Agriculture Fair ;
is not
now
program commissioners
necessary mal problem because of other two pre-
because there Is no mosquito out- mosquito sent, Chairman Maxie Carter Jr. I
,break here Control the dry weather. However, he reed. Bradford 4-H'er Drew Wainwright i
yet Mosquito school the and Ross Chandler. a k tion were Chris Newsome, Dana
Director Darrell O'Neal told county plans to spray ggounds won the radish growing contest at Newsome Shawn I
commissioners Oct. 17. night before football ,ames. I the Greater Jacksonville Wainwright and
Asa precaution, however, O'Neal The new spray equipment doesn'tput Agricultural Fair this week. Bradford 4-H'ers ". I
said, school grounds will be sprayedfor out the heavy fog encountered in Wainwright, 11, a sixth grader at junior and senior t,
mosquitos before public events. former years, and some residents On Reorganization.; .. Bradford Middle SchOOli won third Ing but did not place. Shawn Gullen
O'Neal, who wears several hats in complain the equipment Isn't work- Lame duck commissioners E.L. a place In the had thes fourth highest individualscore. I
city-county government, reported on Ing. Commission Chairman Carter Norman and Joe Riddick did not attend Identification Contest. Wainwright I
mosquito control reference to the told O'Neal to quit spraying in his the meeting.Incoming commis- is the son of Patricia and David Members of the Junior hor-
encephalitis outbreak in several district because of complaints that sioner John Anderson, who has not Wainwright of Starke. ticulture team were brew Wain-
Florida counties, saying there has the truck was driving around in the been seated, attended the meetingas Bradford 4-H'er Dana Newsome wright, Matt Odom, and Chris I
been no sign of the disease In Brad- area without putting doing any good, a visitor. ninth grade daughter of Mr. and Newsome On the senior borticuJfJtra>, I
ford County but advised some since they could not see the spray. The District 2 commission race Mrs. Michael Newsome,won second judging team were Patrick Duuw I
spraying as a precautionarymeasure. The county uses 2-5 drums of the has not been decided, since place in the radish growing contest. Shawn Gullen, and Drew Wain-
chemical in normal years, costingup Republican nominee Marvin Rosier The Bradford County 4-H Councilwon wright.David. I'
"I don't think we need a complete to $7,000.The will meet Democrat nominee Arthur second place in the booth judg- Wainwright, who spends
county-wide spray at this time, nor county has two spraying units, Gaskins in the Nov. 6 general elec- ing contest, said 4-H Extension some 10 hours per week In 4-H work,
does the encephalitis situation war both of which need repairs. O'Neal Director Rod Buchele. The booth accompanied the group to Jackson- i
rant cancelling football or said Lawtey Correctional Institution tion.The commissioners will was made by 4-H organizationleader ville. ,
other activities," O'Neal said.games (LWCI) wants to borrow one of the reorganize the board on or about Draw Wainwright David Wainwright. 4-H'ers "I'm really proud of th.DIr

The county has some 20 gallons of units and will make repairs for its Nov. 20 naming a chairman a vice- Top ....1... Or wr .bi turn Mr participating in the booth construc 4-H Agent Buchele. Tr_ .

95 percent malathion on hand, use.Commissioner LWCI chairman and making other appoint-. .
Waters said .
ments. Chairman Carter said. -
enough for two sprayings. Commissioner -
Ross Chandler moved to have has been a good neighbor, helpingthe
ana
O'Neal purchase a I 5tl! Ballon drum of county in. many ways
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Otis McKinney Asks Why City 'Wrote Off $40,000 in Utility ,Bills I


Reports... proposed ordinance which will add a prepare a priority list of streets that Was reminded by Councilman I
; By Butter Rohn best The for the festival.agreed to make the Attorney Darla Christopher, sitting surcharge to all stack emmissions need paving and/or retopping, poin- Woods of a public hearing for the I
mayor Attorney Downtown Development grant fundsat -
Writer The attorneysare out that councilmen
aCT Staff council containing pollutants. ting now repre-
and the agreedto
Otis McKinney wanted to know proclamation to close Call in for associate Terence Brown, working on the combination or- sent districts rather than at-large. 7:30: p.m. tonight (Thursday, Oct
why the Starke council wrote off Sullivan's requests reported the city will give the Santa dinance. and complaints may be eliminated If 18) in city
more than $40,000 In bad debts last Street and provide police protection. Fe Community College Endowment deed to the Statutory notices have been sent a list is maintained showing the hall.VOTE I
year as result of uncollectable utility Utilities... Corporation a warranty out regarding condemnation procedures status of each street in need of
which the Rosenberg
City
land on I
to the podium Estella Blaine and Eva
bills. McKinney came of repairs.
Bill is located, and will give a
bill- City Operations Manager Building Marvin Rosier
with a listing of the written-off land in Harrison property but appraisals Mayor Wall called for a
asked council to consideran deed to adjacent
ings,Tuesday,Oct.18.saying names Weldon the quit-claim have not been completed of streets needing repairs b"wis"list y
but
for the has interest,
new which an
appearing on the list should be ordinance providing city Christopher said. district. County Commissioner
local sewer and water customers outside not a clear title. *< '
in the newspaper. District 2
published Rep. ,
Clerk Linda Wise said the billing the city limits be required to connectto Attorney Christopher crematoriums said the proposed Street Paving... Other Items... rM.Pol.A I I
owned electric lines, since moratorium on
department does not mail out a city the council In other action the council:
Futch
and water are "breakeven"utilities in the city is a companion bill to the suggested
the first of the ensuing sewer .
11 .
statement
.___ -
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month if meters have been read in at best but the city makes a .....a.t.ai .
to the utility being nrofit on electricity. .
the area prior :..
turned on,thus some households are Weldon said when it becomes '
billed for ft-8 weeks In the first billing necessary to cut water off sewer i f ,
;t
since there SAMPLE
cycle. There is also a grace period services are continued, BALLOT
after statements are mailed, during are no valves on sewer lines.
which time customers continue to Some residents outside city limits BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
servicesIncreasing the have requested city sewer and water
use amount city lost if the Dill isn't paid. services, Weldon said, and the city NOVEMBER 6, 1990
Former Clerk Neil Tucker made may be forced to provide those ser- M.
the point some time ago that the ci- vices. Weldon would like for the city : ForPrednctsNa.l,2A,3A,4,5B,6Af 84 .r ;
ty is unable to screen people to to consider a surcharge on connections }
whom it extends credit as long as a outside the city. A condition of OFFICIAL
utilities deposit has been made,thus a prior year federal grant to extend BALLOT, GENERAL ELECTION J.rp./ ..
some bad accounts are bound to ac- sewer and water service was that .* ? 4
crue. the city will go 1.125 miles outside f" BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA "fI
Clerk Wise said the city billed the city limits, if requestd to do so. I ,
$6,500,000 for utilities last year and Councilmen Travis Woods and PRECINCT NO.NOVEMBER.
lost less than 1 percent, and further- Steve Futch teamed on a motion,
more, each unpaid account that ex- which passed unanimously, to direct 6, 1990
is turned over to the City Attorney Terence Brown to
ceeds $100 Court.If the individual prepare a proposed orddinance for TO VOTE for a candidate whose name.Is printed on the ballot mark a cross(X) In the blank space at the RIGHT ol the name ol the candidate for whom
Claims
Small does not pay as result of action by consideration in a future meeting. you desire to vote.TO VOTE for a candidate whose name.Is not printed on the ballot,write his name In the blank space provided lor that purpose. I W>\

the court, the city is awarded a
judgement, good for 20 years.
While the judgement does not CONGRESSIONAL Write-in Candidate for PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL
bill it will
payment of the ,
guarantee
impair the credit of the document t Arrived Aliveat Representative in Congress Commissioner of Education AMENDMENTS OR OTHER
person for the life of the PUBLIC MEASURES

Arts Festival... I 2nd Congressional District \

Starke's Festival of the Arts is (Vote t for One) I D Tovoleonaconstihilkinalam measure,mark cross(X)In tie ndmenlorothelpulllic blank space next to I
sche JuJ ndtUrldaYf: :oot be iJ12l. ", =." -l! r'W! lll 1, BU ( NO.1 .
,
.
Title -
Richard Informations$rH0gp! ;Seri6s7w3Tru. : >ld Jot $Ji1)Happy ) ) 1 I PETE-: TF.RSOHE3( = Commissioner of Agriculture- .:..Ih. CONSTITUTIONAL'AMENDMENT1.ARTICLE .
;;:J : '
the council. '
,
Sullivan, representing the Starke- (Vote for One) in;;SECTION 3

Bradford Chamber of Commerce, Regular Legislative Sessions ,
,
ask the council's approval to close STATE
Call Street for the occasion,and also Birthday I CHARLES BRONSON (Rep)
sought police protection for ex- Governor and Ueutenant Governor Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution
hibitor's displays and materials bet- BOB CRAIMFORD' (Oem) to require the Legislature to convene at an earUer
11 Saturday evening and I EllouiseYour i (Vote' for Group) specified dale In 1991 and hi 1992 and tMrean.rt ,
ween p.m.
t to convene on the first Tuesday after the first
daylight Sunday morning. ask Write-In Candidate for Monday In February of each odd-numbered yearand
Mrs. Marjorie Thompson Love I on the first Tuesday alter the first Monday In
Mayor Ed Wall to proclaim the, BOB MARTINEZ (Rep) Commissioner of Agriculture February or such olher date as may be fixed by ..i. j
week, Monday-Friday, October" q I RlAOCVfRIIOII law,ol,each even numbered year. : i t{ 'I'II
22-26, to be "clean-up week, In 1 I Family ALLISON DEFOOR yr :
order that the city may appear at it I I I
00YS"e" 841\1 for
[ : Approval
PL J 1
I .aTo CHIlES (Oem) ; N0 for Re ion

r !! BUDDY MACKAYroauanertdreasetw
I I I N0.2CONSTITUTIONAL
COUNTY AMENDMENT M f

Commissioner District 2
County ARTICLE I, SECTION 8 t

Write-In Candidate (Vote for One) Three-Day Waiting Period For Handgun

Governor and Lieutenant Governor Purchases

I, (Vote for Group) IlARVIN ROSIER (Rep) Requires a mandatory period ol three days '
.
excluding weekends and legal holiday, between
I
ARTHUR GASKINS (Dem) ,the purchase and delivery, at. retail ol any handgun., '
'
Defines the terms "purchase and 'handpu n" and :,
requires the Legislature to enact legislation tee: .s- '.

.S r 0 provide a felony penalty lor violations.Ste\ :"',

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NONPARTiSAN YES Approval J I ',' ,'t to
'-" -'
JUDICIAL NO for Re lion :

Secretary of State JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT" ;.'

(Vote for One) NO. 3CONSTITUTIONAL .

MON FRI Shal Justice LEANDEfl J.SHAW.JR. AMENDMENT.ii

7PM CM 17 I JIM SMITH Re B of the Supreme Court be retained in office? ARTICLE VII,SECTION 18 :&: \.

I JIM MINTER on)) Laws Affecting Local'Governmental. ',"jI; ,
I YES Expenditures or Ability to Raise Revenue or' J: -'

I I NO a Receive State Tax Revenue ','<

Cut With A Pro... Write-In Candidate forSecretary Excuses counties and municipalities from ..

of f State DISTRICT COURT OF APPEALSralJudneCHARLESE.MINER.jaollht complying with, general laws requiring them to
the law fulfills an
spend funds unless: Important
nlltoMt state Interest; and It Islunging enacted by -Ihllds vole. ,J.L 'A'S' .
i : first or funding or sources are provided, or '
: -o L certain other conditions are met. Prohibits' general
0
1IIi.. l" District Court ol Appeal retained in office? laws that have certain, negative fiscal
p consequences for counties and municipalities,
unless enacted by two-thirds vote. Exempts certain ,
YES categories of laws from these requirements.
,
Comptroller I NO a lI

(Vote for One) YES

..I Slat Judge RALPH W.NI_'.J&ol the First NO for Rejection 7"
CHRIS COMSTOCK (Rep I .At
I E3 District Court ol Appeal be retained in office? NO.4'

\ GERALD LEWIS (Dem)

I YES a CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
Solid-state ignition ,
2.3/xlbio-irtch engine((38cc) Treasurer NO ARTICLE III, SECTION 4 '

." ..16" Sprocket-nose Control Tip"guide bar peasler FaModet (Vote f for One) Open Government
: 225 .CounteMbe"anI-vbatIon: system Super Details Bowl Shal.tufri jKTtiN Kl FIN WlfSGIHTPH at the First

tv' 1 year limited warrantys5JS$1inPO99 District Court ol Appeal be retained In office? Proposing amendment to the Slate constitution
lpwwportetbn TOM GALLAGHER (Rep) to provide that. certain voles ot legislators be
p wta.a.U8Atrn J J recorded: that the Legislature provide by rule for
GEORGE STUART (Dem) I YES open and noticed committee meetings and for
r I R certain, other legislative meetings and meetings
...". .of'v" NO between the Governor,the President of the Senate
.t'\o): (Alien i4.d S1890C) or the Speaker ol the House to be reasonably open
?} Commissioner of Education to the public: and that certain constitutional
; Steal Judge E. EARlE ZEHMER d the First provisions relating to the Legislature be Interpreted
: : Implemented, and enforced solely by Ida
Vote for One
)
: JPouianPRO 1 ( Ostifct[ Court Appeal be retained In office? Legislature. 'JI


CLAUDE R.KIRK (Rep) YES YES for Approval
POWER EQUIPMENT I
B
STARKE
;..,, '. FLORIDA PEST Call CONTROL I 4.3S S. Walnut Street I NO for Re action .
KmM NO
33i
}..i'" Stark Stark 964-8569 BETTY CASTOR ((0601)) ,-'rft':)
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Money Talks City's Sprinklers Wasting Water While Water Crisis Looms in 1991 I


But This Time
Editor, Telegraph: lion. On Saturday p.m. they were still Wilt pavement at that Interaction<< *<
holding their own In keeping water In well as wondering about water irmnnKtmcnt. :
The People Talk! In Sunday's Gainesville Sun (Oct. 21) that area in spite of a hot day and Satur- I was assured it would U Irekrrj
the largest headline read, "Water day traffic. But the most significant into, but possibly, becnuHCStark* has J
Crisis Looms In 1991"; sub-headline evidence that Starke has its own it's own private aquifer, this matter dirj I
read "District" might make cutbacks! aquifer was Sunday morning.The city'swater not command any priority.
mandatory. It is good to know that, as!
Whether money is "the root of ALL least two times to be the star attraction at a resident of Starke, this does not seem that those sprinklers few were bushes still on making Call sure and Therefore the purpose" of this letter Is I Ito
evil" may be debatable but is to apply to us, as I am assuming that bring to the attention of this paper I
money cer- $1,500 per plate fund-raisers. He should Thompson St. were well watered; and, the
Starke has it's obligation Ui inform residents
own private of I
tainly responsible for of aquifer. not to be out done by Mother Nature'sheavy
a good portion have been in Washington helping to Starko that Stark does have its own

the evil in politics. A candidate for office, balance the budget, or trying to keep the observation My assumption of the is use drawn of upon the city my noon, those one-hour trusted downpour water that sprinklers after aquifer and don't worry; or Starke dots!
or an incumbent officeholder who received not have its own private aquifer and!
nation out of war with Iraq. sprinkler system in the Call and continued through It all.
one, two, or three thousand dollars that we should expect our city to l lead
The being in Florida Thompson St.
money spent (and area. Saturday Oct. 19) I have already brought this to one the way in water management.
from an individual or a corporation may the nationin political campaigns is at 7 a.m. they were doing their usual member of the Commission's attention
not actually favor that individual or cor- becoming unreal and even obscene. It fine job of flooding the curbside of the last summer when I saw an almost Richard Turgewi

poration with his vote in every instance, becomes worse every election year, and parking real and the north intersec- serious skidding auto incident on the Stark

but consciously or unconsciously he is apt the campaign for the Governor in 1990 Taxpayers Are UrgedTo

to show favortism in some way, shape or will) be the most expensive in Florida's Open Their Eyes

fashion to those who gave so generously history. The previous record was set in And See What's WhatI A Letter from Saudi-Arabia From Charles to Chad
to his campaign fund. He might be quite 1986 when Martinez and Steve Pajcic

sincere in saying that the big money managed to spend around $13.7 million. urge the taxpayers of Bradford

giver "never asked me for any favors' This year the Governor's race alone has County to please open their eyes and (Editor's note: 8th graders at Bradford Middle School,taught by Linda
but see what's going on in the county.It's Sheffield wrote letters to U.S. in Saudi Arabia. One of the
perhaps an actual request was not topped $14.2 million with almost two recently Troops
necessary, as the gift had already ridiculous that the Sheriff'sDepartment letter-writers, Chad Farnsworth, received the following reply from PFC
spoken. weeks still to go. can go to a call where Charles McCall, who Is "proudly serving" with the 82nd Airborne Division

Lawton Chiles and his running-mate, several thousand of dollars worth of in Saudi Arabia.)

That is what Lawton Chiles has com- Buddy MacKay are trying to break this damage is done to the county's patrolcar etc

mitted himself to change by limiting his vicious cycle of ever-increasing cam- anyone., but won't press charges against Hi Chad!

campaign contributions to $100 or less, paign funding. They took an enormous It sure was nice to hear from someone from my home state. I lived in
per person. So far he has received ap- risk-something like David going The Bradford County Sheriff's Dept.can Florida my whole life until I Joined the Army. I'm 19 years old, and
up also find things on property that graduated from Holmes County High School in Bonifay in 1989.I .
proximately $4 million from some 60,000
against Goliath- limiting their cam- does not even belong to you and accuse
contributors at an average of $68 per per- paign contributions to a comparative you of it. This is all uncalled for. And sure have been homesick for Florida a lot lately. I've been to a lot of
son. It would be ridiculous to say that $100. Floridianswere they can't even solve a 1989 murder. different states and countries since I joined the Army,and let me tell you,
paltry Fortunately 60,000 Chad, you're VERY lucky to be going to Bradford Middle School in
Chiles would be under obligation to 60,000 I that the
willing to take the risk with them, sincerely hope taxpayersand Starke, Florida, in the good ole U.S.A.
donors, who obviously expected nothing and have made their limited contribu- good people of Bradford County
will Believe I know how school Is. I'm not much older than and I
in return for their modest contributions cpeak up and try to get a better me, you
tions. Only 17,000 have contributed so far Sheriff's Dept. remember middle school like it was yesterday. Most of the time I sat in a
nor desired any special treatment.In to the Martinez fund, but their plush con- class wishing I were anywhere other than in school. It's just not a very
It's time that the
contrast, Governor Martinez has tributions are three times that for Chiles. your eyes and you see, where taxpayers your hard-open fun place to be..until you're not there!

raised $10.2 million from a limited earned money Is being thrown away, Now that I've graduated, sometimes I think back to my school days-
number of 17,000 contributors, many of Money is still talking, but we don't like and the next time put the right man in about all my friends that I don't see anymore. I think about all the fun
them well-heeled other what it in politics. Apparently, the office. things we did together, and the classes I had that actually were fun (but I
corporations or says with L.D. PerryMacclenny never would have admitted it to any of my teachers!ill)
special interest, who, in addition, will pay majority of people in Florida agree
Chiles is trying to I miss school so much now-the football games, the dances,and believeit
large to lobbyists in what Lawton
sums professional
Tax Money Wasted or not, I even miss some of my teachers! I guess what I'm trying to say
order to get the treatment they desire accomplishturning politics around so Instead of GoingTo Is-make sure you take advantage of all the opportunities that Bradford
from Tallahassee. One of Martinez's that grassroots Floridians will, at long Balance the BudgetOur Middle School offers, and enjoy them to their fullest. I know it's hard to

female appointees has already been in- last, have a voice in Florida government.Think believe right now, but one of these days you'll miss all that stuff just as
dicted for mixing fund-raising for the Constitution requires that all badly as r do I

Governor with her official duties; travel of how many of the homeless money bills must originate and in the that Houseof all Anyway, as I said before, graduated in '89 and joined the Army right
under- Representatives; out of high school. I am now serving with 3rd Battalion, 4th Air Defense
and luxury hotel expenses being paid by could be housed, and how many representatives must stand for reelec-
Regiment (82nd Airborne Division in Saudi Arabia. My job is to
could be fed with the
the taxpayers, of course. nourished children tion every two years. This gives voters protect.S. ground forces (Infantry) from enemy attacks. If an enemy
billions of dollars that will be spent on the power to control Government spen-
Martinez is taking all the the plane makes a hostile move toward friendly forces, I have to shoot him
money campaign efforts in the U.S. this fall. ding. down. Sounds sort of exciting, I suppose, but when there are no enemy
law will allow in order to saturate the
TV More than 50 percent of our budget Is planes flying around, my job is waiting for them-waiting, waiting and
screen with negative commercials Lawton Chiles says: "This time THE squandered on activities that are in more waiting. It's not too much fun, I tell ya 1 You know how bad it Is stan
against Chiles. Even President Bush has PEOPLE WIN". And apparently, this violation of the Tenth Amendment and ding in line in the lunchroom? Well, just imagine standing that line for

joined in this effort, coming to Florida at time the people agree. are counter-productive to our national two months!
interest. One of many examples: Wherein

our Constitution are our politicians Right now I'm just praying that some resolution will be made so we can
authorized to give our tax to I'd much rather be under Christmas Tree
money all go home. sitting a at my
. Is Nasty-Rap Music American: Art? foreign governments? Yet last home in Florida this Christmas than in a gun turret in this,.dcserj I !,,,, ",
November 14.:12'lrlpresentatlves: Including -
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our own Bill Grant, voted their I is ..,IJ Well Chad I want you to know that your, ,)tetter really lifted I'my wlrUs
approval for lu.qtfo'ooo.ooo\ foreign aidappropriationsi ill .: over here.I put my address on front of the envelope, and I'd love td hear
The low level to which American taste fathers' never dreamed that their for'of99O' *' "* from you again, if you get a chance to write. Keep all those folks in

and culture has sunk, due to the debasing freedom of speech guarantee would be We voters can turn this thing around, Florida straight for me till I get home, and tell your teacher that all the
influence of used to cover raunchy-rap language if we have the courage. What a messageit guys over here appreciate the support more than anything. You can also
pandering B-grade movies would be to 435 brand new represen- tell your teacher that I think the Army Is now running neck and neck with
and television, was clearly shown last deliberately designed to sell a product to tatives to know that their predecessorswere them for "the most underpaid profession in the U.S. award".
week when members of a Fort Lauder- those whose curiosity drives them to find all thrown out because they
dale jury turned what should have been a out just how "nasty" other people can squandered the wealth of our nation, Take care of yourself, Chad, and keep your buddies rooting for us. We
serious trial on a moral issue into get. To hear this trash described as "art"is bankrupting the future lives of our really do need you guys. You're the reason we're here. Thanks so much
a children and grandchildren. for snowing us that you care. Your friend,
hilarious incomprehensible.Even .
joke. William W. Falconer,McAlpin,Fl Pfc.Charles M.McCall
On trial were members of the raunchyrap if moral codes are weakened, as (Somewhere in Saudi)

group, 2 Live Crew (whatever that they are today, there are certain stan- Abortion Issue

means). But due to the jurors' pervertedsense dards of decency that should be observed,

of humor, the testimony became) so and certain depths of vulgarity that Raised inGovernor's

"funny" that a misguided judge granted should be avoided in a civilized society. Bradford County's Legal Process
them to The people we are now defending in Saudi
permission laugh out loud, in
violation of traditional court decorum Arabia could give us some lessons on RaceAs Called a Three Act Drama'Editor

because their from in'1was that.
"pain" "holding it one born and reared in Bradford

threatening to split their sides. As a In a Tuesday editorial, the Tampa County, and thus the great state of Telegraph: ing to jail 1
result, the free-spirited jurors managedto Tribune referred to the rap group's songsas Florida, I have observed with keen in-
laugh the government's terest The Telegraph's coverage of this What the heck is going on with the It amazes me that there are deputies
case against ...promoting irresponsible sex,
year's gubernatorial race. In numerous legal system in Bradford County? who will work in Bradford County. Why
obscenity right out of court. humiliation of women, contempt of the articles and editorials, your reportersand Bradford has the funniest and most should these men risk their lives on the

If the"founding fathers" who wrote the law, and shameless self-indulgence. It's a editorial board have covered the infuriating legal system I have ever streets,when the criminals are let loose
Constitution "freedom of message designed to exploit the impoverished major issues of education, taxation, seen; it is something like this: before the paperwork is complete?
providing frustrated of the inner crime, transportation, etc. Your Governor Martinez has stated over and
speech" had been on that jury, it is a fair- youths coverage, while extensive, possessesone Act One: Arrest Made over In his TV ads that "We're fighting
act that is defensibleas
ly safe bet to say the rappers would have cities. So that's an glaring flaw. You have ignored the Act Two: Bond Set crime harder than ever." Well, I would
found themselves behind bars- iron ones "art"? A lawmaker once said, "I can'tdefine most important political issue of the like to see some evidence of that.
obscenity, but I know it when I see Nineties, the issue of abortion.I Act Three: Released on His Own Maybe the Governor needs to come to
writ-
that is. When the Constitution was
RecognizanceTwo Bradford County. Maybe it is time for
don't knowit
ten, standards of good taste and decencywere it. Apparently, some jurors am surprised The Telegraph has Ig- recent occurrences that prompted the good citizens of Bradford County to
and the when they hear it. nored such a vital campaign issue tell Judge Pierce that is
enough.
still respected, "founding this letter are ((1) The Intentional enough
especially noting the sentiment of a "ramming" of a deputy patrol car at a Maybe If some of the bonds that are
great many Bradford Countians on the cost to the taxpayers of $2,000. No posted are collected this county will not
subject and the diametrically opposed charges filed, no arrest made, (2)) be in such poor financial shape.It .
positions of the candidates, Bob Mar-
. with sheet as long as
Conservationist Praises ChilesSen. tinez and Lawton Chiles. Most voters Prisoner rap Deputies and my is very easy for all of us to sit at

know by now that Governor Martinezhas arm escapes search for custody.two hours. Prisoner"recogged" home and armchairquarterback.However .
taken a strong stand on the side of dogs I do not think it is fair to
Lawton Chiles was, as usual, too kind and response from the Park Service or the Corps of the Pro-Life movement and recently, blame the Sheriff or the Deputies or the
gentle in response to the governor's charge that he Engineers until he relayed our comments to them Senator Chiles has taken his stand with The list goes on and on. The message City Police Department for not doing
failed to articulate his views on and asked for answers. The plan was revised and those who espouse a Pro-Choice from Judge Pierce seems to be"If you their jobs. How can they be expected to
18 years in the U.S. Senate. On environmental strengthened. philosophy. May I take just a momentto want to do crime, come to Bradford solve the crime problems in this County
issues, the area in which I have some experience, In 1978, he supported the acquisition of the explain what these positions mean? County, no need to worry about time." when they are constantly slapped in the

.) the charge reveals not so much a memory lapse as Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge. That Currently in the state of Florida, it is I have often wondered what Judge face by the Court.
i an abysmal ignorance of environmental issues.I project will be completed next year thanks to his legal for a woman to terminate her Pierce's reasoning Is. Surely it cannotbe Mary Ellen Rochelle

worked with Florida Defenders of the Environ- tenacity in securing funding. pregnancy by means of abortion,at any jail overcrowding, there is no one go. Starke

ment and Sen. Chiles on a number of major and In 1981, Sen. Chiles and Rep. Don Fuqua in- point of the baby's development, even
minor issues related to public lands acquisition and troduced bills to prohibit the issuance of phosphate during the 36th week of pregnancy. As a n
management and federal protection of the Suwan- leases in the Osceola National Forest, an result, each day in America 4,800 un- City Attorney Warned Council
nee River. Sen. Chiles has a stellar record on all of issue which he had the support of the entire born children are murdered in abortion ,
( them. A few outstanding examples of views that he Florida delegation. In 1982, he camped in the forestin clinics across our land. Bob Martinez
articulated by action: 10 degree weather with 40 reporters and en- says, "that's wrong!" Lawton Chiles Suit Was Risky Bessent SaysIn
and later says, "that's okay". ,
dramatize the Issue
,
vironmentalists to
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In 1974, Sen. Chiles held a series of public
t meetings to inform the citizens of Florida about the that year he took the lead in a suit against James Most doctors refuse to perform an regard to the letter of Joan (Chit- cllei.t to the limits of Professional I
dangers of off-shore oil drilling along the Gulf Watt to stop Issuance of the leases. The testimony abortion past -16th week of the ty) Rogers in the 18 October Telegraph, ethics'; tho lawyer should not be confused 1
Coast. submitted convinced Watt to deny Issuance, and. in baby's development. At that point, the which made some unfortunate with the client. I find nothing in Mr. !
1984 mining was prohibited in the forest. heart beats, the arms and legs are statements about the NAACP lawsuit Brown's conduct of the case to warrant :
In 1977, he agreed with FDE's position that the formed, the liver and brain function, of Starke I believe ,
What views did Bob Martinez articulate on the environment against the City such an accusation.: In fact, a county
National Park Service Master Plan for the fingerprints are evident, the mouth Is in order.It such
during those years 1Helen some response recently won a lawsuit on appealto
Everglades was deficient because It did not assure and closees, hair has begun to
opens the llth Circuit Court of Appeals
I an adequate water supply for the park. We had no Hood, Gainesville grow, and the ears are functioning. The Is my understanding advised that Terrene the (Concerned Citizens of Hardee County
Brown, City Attorney, City
in-
unborn baby Is approximately
Commission that contesting the lawsuitwas v. Hardee County Board of County
ches In length and weighs half a pound.In in Commissioners, 4 FLW Fed. C928
our state to kill a child at this ad- a very risky proposition light the (7/7/90)).
BRADFORD CO vanced stage of development, for success of past lawsuits against other
any
reason the mother choose, is legal. cities, counties, and school districts. It Is the right and duty of citizens: to
I V"RIj4 SINCE 1879 Bob Martinez says may wrong!I". The Commission decided to fight, the take issue ,with decisions of their

Mr VUMewcr pl1 Lawton Chiles says, |'that's okay". City lost. elected officials when those decisions
p Mr. Brown cannot be faulted for the appear improper or inappropriate. The
? decision of the City to contest the lawyer,who simply! makes the best of a
Folks, I know what my heart says lawsuit; that was a political decision bad situation that Is dropped In his lap,
Q C y BOB G.FERGUSON-JOHN M.MILLER about killing unborn children. It'agrees and he is not an elected official with the should not be tarred with the same
Bob Martinez "that's !
with wrongl"Join
( w Publishers to make such decision for the b"h -
a
our Governor in his right to protectthe power Wm.A.Bessent ULEst, ].
TION lives of unborn children by casting city.
Published each Thundery and entered on Second Class Matter at
I the Port omce at Starke.Florida under Act of March 3. 1 1879. your vote on November 0th for Boo Furthermore, I object to characterizing
MartinezGovernor of the state of After Charles Lindbergh made history
Phone 964-6305 months Mr. Brown's actions on behalf of the with the first solo flight across
Sob4Crtotfoo Rat In Trade Ara$16! 00 pr year: 89 00 tlx Florida.
P.O.Drawer A: Starke.Florida Outside Trade Area $17.00 per year: 89.SO IIx montha.iIi. Chuck Register City as Immoral. A lawyer t* charged the Atlantic,he came home by 1Ih1p.ra .
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'rI Padgett-Stanwix-Hay MarriedIn > ",
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July 28 Church CeremonyChanda ;Engagements j I

Finley-IIedding jI
Kaye Padgett of Lawtey, appliques adorned the bodice front '" I
daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Craige and back, continuing onto the ,. Mrs. Tuna Finley-Azevedo of Ox- 1
Padgett of Green Cove Springs and sleeves. The long sleeves gatheredat t>n Hill, Md and Norman & Linda I
Mr. ft Mrs. Michael Targonski opt the shoulder into a of satin Hedding of Starke, announce the up- ,
Jacksonville, and John Ryan tapered gracefully to lily points at '1ft coming marriage of their children
+' R Stanwix-Hay, son of Mr. ft Mrs. Ray each wrist. Venise appliques over Brett Finley-Luke and Alan,Curtis
frti Stanwix-Hay all of Hampton, were English netting formed the sleeves Hedding Is both of Starke. I
married July 28 at First Baptist with embellishment of pearls andaccents. Brett a 1983 graduate of Oxon
__ 1 Church of Starke. The full ballgown skirt Hill Senior High, Oxon Hill, Md and
u The choir area was decorated with descended to a sweeping train ac- is employed by the Florida National I II
six palms and two large ferns. Fif- centuated by a back panel of ruffles, Guard Military Academy. Alan is a ,
teen candelabra centered the altar, creating a bustle effect. t 1982 graduate of Bradford High
I with 7 candelabras flanked by two jib I School and is employed by Combined -

... large baskets of white silk gladiolas The bride carried a cascading bouquet Support Maintenance Shop, I
and mums with pink fuschia accent of white silk roses and rosebudsand Camp Bl .ndlng.
k flowers on either side. ivy. Eileen Sharp and The wedding is planned for

I Rev. Ben Bryant performed the Following the ceremony,as recep- Dale Tenly February 23, 1991 at the First
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ceremony. Don & Brenda Hallgren tion was held in the church Presbyterian Church, Starke. I'
\"a.\" provided nuptial music. The bride fellowship hall.Decorations adornedthe Eileen Sharp
was given in marriage by her father, food table,accented with fuschia Dale
Vernon C. Padgett. The groom's skirting with army/navy top. The TenlyTo I
." .). father Ray Stanwix-Hay, was best centerpiece was of fern, fuschia and Wed Nov. 10 O
j-, ". man. Ushers were Tim Lewis and white mums and fuschia candles. .J\
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Batton, Sr.
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Jeffery McClellan. Barbara Davis Davis and 'wu-
Judy of Green Cove the "
Springs,announce -
Maid of Honor was Mistl Padgett, Libby Carlton presided over the
r-: wearing a fuschia tea length gown punch table, decorated with ar engagement and approaching mar- ,
of their Eileen
riage
.. with pink and white flowered head- my/navy cloths with small fuchsia daughter Dale'
Sharp of Gainesville to
I L;' piece. She carried a pink arm bou- mums and fern around the pun TeniYi
Mr.A Mrs.John of buds with son of Sonny and Lane
Ryan Stanwix-Hay quet pink rose fern and chbowls.
I white baby's breath and pink bow Madge served the cake, Starke.
made held Satur-
The is to be
; with Jane streamers.Stanwix-Hay and Trisha which The bride's was book by was Vivian kept Chappell.by Kellie day, November ceremony 10 at 7:30 p.m. at

I 191 Births flmf[ Davis served as bridal attendants Leach. Assisting at the receptionwere Reynolds Installation Chapel, Camp with Standing
and were attired in gowns and bouquets Shirley Moore, Pat Wilkinson, Military receptionto
follow at the Officers Club. Joyce Colvin andStanWhttehead
identical I
to the honor atten- Lucille Ricks, Brenda Mundorff,
..Chelsea lIzabeth dant. Jessica Mundorff Donna Thomas The bride-elect is a graduate of
in Gainesville. Kristina was 18"long served as ,and Joyce Williams.
flower girl and Davis The bride Is Clay Jr.-Sr. High School, Green I
[ Crawford and weighed 5 lb. 5 oz. Ricky was ring currently employedby ColvinWhiteheadEngagement
Cove and is of Central
Springs
manager
: Maternal bearer. Bradford County School and at-
Charles and Marlene Crawford an- grandparents are Gale .
nounce the birth of a daughter, and Marvin Tyer and the late James The bride's white satin gown with tends Santa Fe Community College. City groom-to-be of Gainesville.The graduated from Told
Chelsea Elizabeth. She was born on Fender of Starke. Great- its antebellum waistline styling The groom is currently employed at Bradford High School and is Joyce Colvin and Stan Whitehead
September 3 at Shands Hospital in grandparents are Austin and Anna featured a face-framing, open Winn Dixie. The newlyweds now employed by Florida Air National'announce their engagement. The I '
Gainesville and weighed 2 Ibs 15 oz. Fender and Carl Thomas and the v-neckline. Lavishly beaded venise reside in Starke. 'Guard of Jacksonville. wedding is set for Saturday,
and was 16" long. late Thelma Thomas of Starke, and November 24, 1990.
Maternal grandparents are JohnS. Jack Tyer and the late Bernice Tyerof Thomas & SmithTo Golf and'Country Club. The wedding will be held at the
and LouElla McWilliams Hawthorne. pavilion at the fairgrounds N. 301
of Wed All friends and relatives are Invited on
Lawtey. Great-grandmother is Bertha Paternal grandparents are Cyn- SaturdayMr. to attend. at 6 p.m. All friends and family are
Stull of McCoy, Colorado. thia Gayne Frounfeiter Johnson of and Mrs. Doyle Thomas of i More Socials ; iJ 1 welcome to come and celebrate this
Paternal grandmother is Jean- Lake Butler and the late Terrance Starke announce the approaching StilwellLangleyTo special event. No Invitations will be
nette Pace of Weatherford, Texas; Guy Frounfelter of West Virginia. marriage of their daughter, Vicki sent. I
great-grandmother is Mildred Cain Great-grandparents are Garlandand Diane to Gordon son of Mr. Wed Oct. 27
of Bradley Junction, Fl. Allene Mallory of Starke and and Mrs. Smithi Ingham of Family and friends of Mike
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I Guy & Alma Frounfeiter of North Starke, and Mr. Charles Smith of Stilwell and Donna Langley are invited TFN /

...Gharrett Andrew llerres Dakota. Wooster, Oh. to attend their wedding Saturday DAN WAINWRIGHT 1 Jf
l Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Matthew Welcome Home The wedding is set for Saturday, Oct. 27, at 7 p.m. in the First I call. I
Herres announce the birth of a son, October 27 at 4:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church. A reception .36 Yrs.Experience All Types Electrical Work I
t I Gharrett Andrews, born Oct. 12 in Party for KristinaA United Methodist Church of Starke. will follow at the Starke Woman's :382.107 Single&3 Phase Reasonably Priced Work ,
1 Gainesville. He joins two brothers, welcome home Reception will follow at the Starke. Club.
for
party
Matthew and Justin.
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Kristina Frounfeiter was held Oct. 8
Maternal is Mrs.
grandmother at the home of her grandparents
Bobby Byrnes. Gale and Marvin in Tr.ELECT
Tyer Saratoga
Paternal grandparents are Mr.
j and Mrs. Herbert Herres of Starke. Hts.Friends
and family called between
I 7 and 9 p.m. The party room was
...Brian Royce Tomlinson
decorated with pink and white
Jimmy and Bonnie Tomlinson of balloons and pink carnations with a
Tampa announce the birth of a son, picture of Kristina on the refresh-
Brian Royce, born Sept. 5 in Tampa ment table. A beautiful cake inscribed ARTHUR GASKINSDemocrat
General Hospital. Brian was 211/4" "Welcome Home Kristina", with
long and weighed 8 lb. 5 oz. He joins finger foods and cokes were servedto
sister Amy, 5'4 and brother David, the guests. Kristina received
j 2tt. many useful gifts from the guests.
Maternal grandparents arP Byron Hostesses Deanna Coleman and County Commissioner District 2
and Shirley Willoughby of Tampa. Geraldine Tomlinson presented her I
Great-grandmother.is Viola.Eick of. with a Swing-o-Matic with cradle as ,
Punta Gorda.Austin a momento of the occasion.S Your and will be
vote appreciatedon
I ndpa en lal support
t2t'l.I! lbr.f3n. were Kristina's 1
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grai1J ift -WSiJ!jests 'J'S14r ert'M: 1 He lAst f 1f''Mf nd Mi1.'::' Mrs Carl .
and Anna Fender and Annie Thomas of Starke. Kristina is the In- Nov. 6
Tomlinson of Starke: fant daughter of Cary and Terri Pd.PoL Adv. Pd. for by Camp.Treas.

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...Kristina Gail Frounfeiter VOTE
Cary and Terri Frounfeiter of I
Keystone Heights announce the Marvin Rosier y
birth of Kristina Gail .
a daughter, f
born'September 8 in Shands Hospital 1 County Commissioner
District 2 Rep.
Centel Celebrates
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I' Southside Elem. School NewsOur Hampton School Jfc r' -
Patterson,
this year's Halloween Carnival. The Rachel SMith. Middle ( ''lUDIi, Parmenter Troy Danny
faculty and staff would like to weeks. Mrs. Johnson needs a It's time for report cards.Parents carnival will be held on Saturday, Chris Brandi! Gatlin Juston Wiggins, Chris Gibbs. Erica Elbert
send get well wishes to Ruth Cory, volunteer to help collect money each please be sure to sign the side portion Oct. 27 from 5-9 p.m. If you can help, Hart, Darga.Brandt Hawes Christopher! Hope Archey, Lisa McClellan,
If call her
at
morning. ,
ESE Teacher at our school. Mrs. 964-6800. you can help and return it to your child's contact the school, 468-1212. Schmidt Krintin Bradley Joshua Samantha Ramos, Shaun Muse,
teacher.
Corey was in a car accident and we ...Unlcer... Students in grades 4-8-6! who wish 'The following students at Hampton Hodges, Melody Barr Jimmy Col- Stacey Floyd and Chris Newman.
would like to tell her how much eman,Delria Ford,Jessie Marshall,
The student council will be collecting to run for student council position Elementary made the A-B Honor
we've been thinking of her. We for UNICEF Oct 29 Nov. 3. need to pick up applications from the Roll: Joan, Freese, James Forsyth, Crystal Murphey, Joey, Rowe, Erik VOTE.
welcome her daughter Gina Back to Each student will receive a collection office. Brandon Lett Jamie McClellan, Scoggins Ester Smith Jassy Starling
school. Hurry back Mrs. wises container and we hope each stu- Picture money is being taken now. Daniel Ment Billie Jean Saxon,Jef- Melody Youngblood Alisha Marvin Rosier
Also we send get well to dent will save at least 25 cents. All proofs should be returned to fery Starling, Jamie Lyn Young, Hayes Clay Archey. Robert
Yvonne Thomas of our custodial UNICEF is a very important school. If you desire one of the Shannon Burchfield, Stephen Dennis Bradley, Randy Brooks, Robert County CommissionerDistrict
staff. Hurry back soon Mrs. organization children insert Jamie Stitt, Mark Broome, Rachel Cantu, Amy crews
helping package deals the money in Bryan Meng 2 Rep.
Thomas, miss and hope that Alicia Peter Knipp, Amanda
we Crosley
you throughout the world from hunger the envelope vrovid.rfPlenty Youngblood, Harriet Waldron, Pd. Pol. Adv.
you get better soon! and disease. .of help is still needed for Renee Ford._ Samantha Prevatt, Menu. Clint Morgan Susan .
...Look for our SSE kazoo band in ---- ,,- ------ =-- -

our homecoming parade. .
...A big thanks to Mrs. O'Brian, our
music teacher for organizing our
band and working with our boya and USDA Choice Beef Untrimmed } .-,
girls. (

riving...New Southside soon. The T-shirts logo will will be ar be 12-14 Lbs. Average ,Sliced FREE! S' 7 CpjcBee ciwp| i|,

"SouthsideThe Right Side". Colors
will be flourescent blue and pink. WHOLE SIRLOIN. SIRLOIN 1 __
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T-Shirts will be sold for $8.50 *' r __
for order forms to be sent home SHgiBflftSF _
soon.
...Parents if you signed to bring a RIPS
cake for the "Cakewalk" or sweets O
for our "Sweet Tooth" booth, please
send the item on Friday or bring to 1 1
the carnival on Saturday morning. _

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Starke Elementary

School News Lb. Bag

...P.T.O.News... ,, t CROP
Our annual Fall Family Fun Day A
is set for Friday,Nov. 2. Parents are Mil Prices in this ad
asked to donate of bag of candy.The APPLESIREDDELICIOUS
good Monday,
candy can be sent to the school or to
our P.T.O. Building. All pieces of 22 thru APPLES
candy must be individually wrap- MOLE 0 Sunday, Oct. 28,
ped. Bake sale items will be needed 1990. 4 Lb. Bag
for the November 2 Fun day and we
also need volunteers to help. Please FLORIDA ORANGES
contact our office at 964-6800, Ext. 64
or call P.T.O. President Cindy Me-
Cord at 9647563.A .
special word of appreciation to
all of our P.T.O. Officers and other 1 O S 99
parent volunteers, student helpers,
and the SES staff members who
helped make our car wash of October
12 a big success.
...Special Dates... Tast JumboSHRIMP
Kindergarten awards assemblywill
be Friday October 26 at 8:15:
a.m. in cafeteria.
Friday October 26, BHS

Homecoming Parade at 1:00: p.m. _
School busses will runon their usual

schedule....Word of Appreciation... r V'i i 1
Our P.T.O. has really given our Lb.- Genuine Idaho
school a big boost in beginning the S 99
1990-91 school year. Our officers and : l 1 1
other parent volunteers are really New Zealand
working hard to help our school have 6
our best year ever. I wish to personally KIWIFRUIT
thank our 1990-91( P.T.O. Officers
: President-Cynthia (Cindy
McCord; Vice-President- Lb.
Alvarez; Secretary. Rhoda Wain-
wright; Treasurer- Sandra Alvarez.
...Mrs. Strong's Fifth Grade... ,,3/-| (CARROTS
We would like to thank Mrs. Joyce
Williams for bringing $$1$ iBag,
icecream/chocolate bar treats to .
our class in September. Also special 1' iJf5IIWmm! _
thanks to Mrs. Glenda Sutton, Mrs. V PI'lOT 'ill'
Cindy Wheeler and Mrs. Jeannie Tasty
Carter for bn'g" chaperones on our I
field trip. OUNO lfjiTliPtftlTOt5
Our students of the week are Spell- *.
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Keisha Hampton; Reading, Morris DRUMSTICKS
Mahoney; ScienceShon Williams; II 'I
English-Jasmine Reddish.
...Mrs. Reddish's Fourth Grade... I YELLOWONIONS
We enjoyed delicious cookies furnished
by Cyndee McKenzie on Oc- _
tober 10. Tammy Baldree, Jared I
Baldree and Kelli Luke served .tA _
delicious doughnuts to our class. 4
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Thank parents for thinking of us. 1 r _
...Mrs. Chapman's Third Grade...
Thanks to all parents for the prizes
and treats they sent. We are havinga
good year due to their love help
and caring. October b'days include 16 Oz. Cut/French Style Green Beans/ 11.5 Oz. EP/AD Vacuum Bag 7.6 Oz. Cheese/Hamburger/Pepperoni/
Trudy Taylor,Joshua Crews, Steven
Dopson and Scott Johns. We would 17 Oz. Whole Kernel/Cream Style ComFOLGER'S 7.8 Oz. Sausage/Sausage & Pepperoni
like to thank Mrs. Crews for the 17 Oz. Sweet Green Peas FLAKED CHEF BOY ARDEE

delicious...Mrs. Reddish'cupcakes.Fourth Grade... DEL MONTE VEGETABLES: COFFEE FROZEN PIZZAS
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week provided by the following
parents: Cindy Deblock and Rhoda a'f 8 j'seI
Wainwright. We would also like to 2179c 1 1
thank Mrs. Cindy Kelly and Miss $159 8ge
April Greer for serving the boys Lit
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boys had earned the most good
behavior points the previous week.
...Mrs. McClelland'. Fourth
Grade...
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THomas Catherine Vickery Angela .
Wright and Carl McKinfey. Con- /I1
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Fund raising drive. The SC would .
like to think everyone who participated -
in our sale. The candy
cookies and paper will be here in 2_

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Bradford Students Say 'No' to Drugs in Many Ways During Red Ribbon Weekby

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Marcia Ceodg* out drugs with rap songs and poetic Department Is got into the act with Elementary (LCE); eighth grade- Honorable Mention Posters: SS: BMS: Bernard Brown Jason Me-
ICY Staff Writer performances. visits scheduled to all schools for Lamar Risby, BMS. Samantha Belcher, Thea Bell, Lane Coa, Jeremy Pitcher, Drew Wain-
Bradford County students Simon, the new K-9 Unit dog recently Outstanding Posters: 88: Melissa Tugan,Jody Elder,Carey W., Ranee wright.
'Just Saying No' In droves this are Brooker also held a 'rap"sesslon acquired by Bradford. Simon Is a Crews- 4Ui grade; Chris Evans5th; Smith, Beau Pearson, April McKin-
as Red Ribbon Week (Oct. year and will hold an all-sports field day. big German shepherd trained and Andrea Turners 4th; Robert ney. LCE: Wendy Eunice, Elicia
promotes a myriad of activities 21-25)in The middle school had a door experienced at tracking and drug LaFever-. 8E: Nicole Miller4th.. Fulgham, Terry Griffis Stephanie VOTEMarvin
all county schools at all grade levels. decorating contest with the winning sniffing. LCE: Jaime Hinman, Brooke Sherman, Arcla Ranjbar Chris
"1 believe this is the most class in each grade level earning a Many students wearing 'Just Say Gasklns5th.. Hampton Erik Gowen. Hampton: Marcus Affron, Rosier
student
involvement we've had pizza party. The Vo-Tech Center No' T-shirts, will I also be walking! Scoggins-4th. Chris Affron4th.. Roger Mitzell. Brookert Michael
in CommissionerDistrict
years of existence," said Adele our four decked the whole school out in red alongside the FAD entry in the BHS Brooker: Michelle Townsend. BMS: Myers, Brian Carver. SES: Shital County
chairman of the Mitchell ribbons and the high school Homecoming Parade Friday. Trent PatU>rw>n, Tonlo Williams. Pate, Michelin Smith, Eli Dixon. 2 Rep.
County Families Bradford cheerleaders wrote 'Just Say No' Big red bows are also being sold to Pd. Pol. Adv.
(FAD> Against Drugs cheers and taught them to the 3-5 merchants for display during Red
FAD group. grade girls at Starke Elementary for Ribbon Week.
provides special programs, use during SE's boundball contest
materials and incentives to later this week. Poster Contest Results...
students, well
as as coordinating The Bradford County Sheriffs
The FAD also
contest
,. poster was
I r 1. '""Ph. -- judged this week and winners will be
on display in various businesses
1 v around Starke. One poster by
Danielle Tucker- BMS 6th grader
will soon be going up on a billboarIin
Starke courtesy of Jack Bailey
owner of a local outdoor advertising
firm.
Hundreds of students from 4th-8th
grade participated in the poster con- .
test this year. One first place poster
from each grade level was chosen.
Outstanding posters were also named -
and many honorable mentionswere

't.l First awarded.Place: Fourth gradeSam
DeSue, Starke Elementary (SE) ; Baseball Basketball
fifth gradeMatt Pusateri,Southside
Elementary (SS); sixth gradeKim
DeSue, Bradford Middle School
., (BMS) ; seventh gradeRichard
Walker Lawtey Community

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$1,500 to Fight Drugs... Diane

Wiley Clark left, fund raiser chairman for Families Against Drugs: Straight .A's 90-91( FLEER Basketball Set reg $22.00 SALE! $17.00
presents a check for $1,500 to Adele Mitchell middle chairman of .FAD
81 FLEER Baseball Set reg. $50.00 SALE! 37.00
and Eugenia Whitehead. director of pupil personnel for the Bradford I'm
so proud.
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school system and who wrote the grant application. 89 DONRUSS w/Griffcy Rookie reg $26.00 SALE! 21.00
Love 90 SCORE Wax Box (36 packs) reg, $36.00 SALE! 30.SO
V- Dad J 90 UPPER DECK Box (36 packs) reg. $36.00 SALE! 30.50
school, family and community In- 90 TOPPS Wax Box (36 packs) reg. $18.00 SALEI! 12.00
volvement in activities discouragingdrug
and alcohol abuse. 90 BOWMAN Wax Box (36 packs) reg. $18.00 SALE! 12.00

During Red Ribbon Week, every The OZLounge 88 SCORE Wax Box (36 packs) reg. $21.60 SALE! 15.00
school in the county has been givingout 89 DONRUSS Wax Box (36 packs) reg. $27.00 SALE! 20.00
'Just Say No' promotional items 90 TOPPS Update (Maas/Justice) SALE! 13.50
like pencils, note pads ribbons
T-shirts, etc. And each school has 90 FLEER Football reg. $30.00 SALE! 23.00

planned numerous special activitiesto SALE ENDS SUNDAY OCTOBER 291
of the ,
increase student awareness
Dive
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drug
problems
can cause and alert students to different ; 150 S. Lawrence Keystone Heights 473-9261

problems.Hundreds methods. of dealing with those iday & SaUNipt! 1

of students are getting yf&f :'.' ;i... ,
involved with different schools spon-
soring activities like Hampton REPORT OF CONDITION

which Elementary's brought sports the message dress-up that day Come Party With Us. Consolidating domestic subsidiaries ol the

there are better ways to spend your First National Bank of Bradford County Starke
time than on drugs. Students at ......."' .of Co.ry

shades Lawtey one Community day this week School to 'Help wore in the State. 01 Florida ,at the close ol business on. September 30 1990.
Shade Out Drugs.' Halloween Party Oct 31 published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency under title 12, United States Code Section 161. r
Starke Elementary had special Y Charter Number_32909_ Comptroller of the Currency Miami DistrictThousands
speakers and a birthday party for / I Ia
McGruff (the dog detective that aaa
takes a 'bite' out of crimeand _
drugs-).South51.de Elementary video .
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taped a special program by << '" .. OJ '" "" ''-; '4'10" ...., ... .-. .. ,

kmdergarTeners/vho,s, 'rapping e S ';1" .. J .. ".rrE' tstsq/1GlnOf) /... fie.ourc'si.4Allr.. .. i!!JY-.r.. _. _." ',.f":oIit-,.! .....,...JOt. ;.JI'': ,r 4 ... .,...... ....,J .., I ar l't-s".
ofi ; ,r4:..( ..-- : Vi'..v'..;:. '" .. "If, ... mf>!,", u- 01 dollars
The word ye, in such expressions as Cash and balances due from depository institutions: .
"Ye Olde Shoppe Is pronouncedlike tJr Noninterest-bearing balances and currency and com. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . ? *j-78
the word the. The letter y In .... .:::-' Interest-bearing balances . . .. .. .. .... ....... .. .. .. ... .. ... ... .. .. .. .. ... .. . -0-
Anglo-Saxon Indicated the same th Costume :- Securities ... .. .. . .. . . .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .... .'. .. ......... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. ?
sound as apparent In the current Best Federal' funds sold . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .3.2 rt 5
spelling. Securities purchased under agreements to resell . . . . . . . . . . I _
Male & Female
Loans and lease financing receivables:
Loans snd leases, net of unearned Income. .. . .. ... .. .. . .. .. .. fil i973
i VOTE LESS: Allowance for loan and lease losses .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. f ) I
Rosier 468-9461 LESS: Allocated transfer risk reserve .. . .. .. .. .. .. . .. .... .. ..I -0
I Marvin Loans and leases, net of unearned Income. allowance, and reserve .. .. . ... . . .
, County CommissionerDistrict m Assets held' In trading accounts. . .. . .. .. .... ... . .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . -
2 Hwy 301 at 225, Waldo Premises and fixed assets (including capitalized leases). .. . ... .... ... . . . .. . '
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Rep.. Pol. Adv. Other real' estate owned .. . . . . .. .. .... .. .. .. ..... .. ... .. .. .. .. .. . .. -
Investments In unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies .. .. .. .. . .. . -
Customers'' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding . .......... .. .. ... .. . .. . -
I Who's "Over the Hill" Intangible assets . .. . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .
ok Other assets . .. .. . . . . . .. .. ... .. .. .... .. .. ... .. .. .. .... .. .
.;r:. Total' assets . .. ... .. ... .. . .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... .. .. .. ... .. .. . .
Losses deterred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 18230)/) . . . . . . . . . . -
$ appy 30th Birthday Total assets and losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 1823<(j) . . . . . . . .I fl.2&




: nerry' Vaughan Deposits In domestic: offices .. .. . . .. .. ... .. .. ... ... .... .. ..... ..... ..... . . .. .. J'S5.549 i I
k Noninter.st-b ring. .. . .. .. .. .... ... .. ... ... ..... .. ..... ... .. r$ 620
!Interest-bearing .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ............. .. .... ... .. i 4.929 I

,.-, (aka "Scott in the Morning") Federal' funds purchased . . . .. . . .. . .. .. . . . . . ._____
Securities sold under agreements to repurchase .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. . . .| -p-
Demand notes Issued to the U.S. Treasury .. ... .. .. ..... .. .. ..... .;.. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. -pOther -
borrowed money . . .. .. .. ... .. ... ......... .. .. ... .. .... .. .. .. .. . .. . -Q-
Mortgage Indebtedness and obligations under capitalized leases .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. . . -p-
Bank's liability on acceptances executed and outstanding .. .. .. ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . -Q_
YoIflpJiIi I Subordinated notes and debentures . . . . . . . . . . -Q_
: Other Habilities . .. .. . . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... .. .. .. .. .. .... .. ... .. .. ?s
Total liabilities . . . . . . ... . .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. s-i77,
Q LlmI d.llf. preferred stock and related' surplus .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. . I -nm -

Perpetual preferred stock and related. surplus . .. .. .. .. . .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... . .. .. .-O-

I '4 I *-a Surplus Common:: .stock. .. : : : : : : : : :.,: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ::: :: ::: : :: :: :: : :: :: : : : :: : :: : :: : : :: :: : :: : : 1.650 1,0X1

Ii: Undivided profits and capital reserves .. . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . :.1 )
& f LESS: Nit unrealized lots on marketable equity securities . . . . . . . . -(>-

Total' equity! capital . . . .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .... . 2 .949 _
LOSMS deferred pursuant to 12 U S.C. 1823<]) . . . . . . . . . . -0-
i.Side; w alk/Tent/ SaIiaIiiOcL45j2 Total equity capital, and losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 1B23J( ) . . , . . 2.943 '
Total, liabilities, limited-Ilfe preferred stock, equity capital, and losses IZIZ1 __
deterred pursuant 12 U.S.C. 1823j( ) .. . . . . . .. .. .. . .. .. . . I 6.526 I IW



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t.vd October 22, one ot these Bradford Hjgh coeds will be I
*. elected queen of the 1990 Homecoming;set next
"' Thursday arid Friday, Oct. 25th &26th: .
,I .t a The young ladies,all seniors,are:
f'i ,,.. ., Bottom: Monica Williams,daughter Ms. Melverine
t U. Cunningham of Gainesville and Bobby Willims of/
*' Starke. Christina Bath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mickey Bath of Brooker.
:= In Rear: Holly Hersey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
7 Wayne Hersey of Theressa;Amy Home, daughter of
I Joanne Shadd of Starke and Bill Home of Hampton,
and Mindy Gnann daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Plen
Gnann of Theressa.
,, j." '{ < The queen will be crowned at the climax of the
:,. k W1 Tornado Twirl set for 7p.m.Thursday, October 25, In
/. the football stadium. Classes will perform skits,the
r A- ', cheerleaders will cheer, Coach David Hurse will
j > ... ..' introduce the football team, and the BHS Band will
.. play.
The new queen and her court will ride in a special
K % float in the Homecoming; Parade set at 1 p.m. Friday,
; ."' Oct. 26.The Parade route:West on Washington
Street,south on Orange Street, east on Walnut\
One of these 5 Coeds WillBe Street, and north on US 301 back to Washington

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Homecoming BHS plays Paxon High of Jacksonville' at 8 p.m.
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SUBJECT land other The recipient will undertake the project(
TO
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO all'GOIJ4 '
Attorney for Personal Representatives REGISTER claims of record prior to the' filing of Us described above with Block Grant fuods:::j(

I I Legal Notices I : FICTITIOUS NAME Pendent In the act km.As the property of from the U.S. Deportment of HouslngRS:
Jam.V.Walker the above Defendants( ), on the 13th day and Urban Development (HUD) under TItle -::.

I y Walker Koegler. P.A. Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida of December 1990 at 11:00 o'clock a.m. 1 of the Housing and Community:

4655 Salisbury Road Suite 390 Statutes notice Is hereby given that the In the forenoon, on said day. at the East Development Act of 1974 through the. ,
Jacksonville Florida 32256 The recipient Is certifyIng ,
undersigned. Timothy Dol. Faulkner, Rt Front Lobby of the Court House In Slot of Florida
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Florida Bar Number:221945 2 Box 1734, Starke, Florida 32O91 sole Stark. Bradford County Florida I will to DCA that It. environmental certifying =
STUDENT GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE Telephone: ((904)281-0300) owner doing business under the firmname offer for sal.and sell to the highest bidder officer: Identified below In the of-J

Cod.7.137Some NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the of Scory do's, 118 S. Thompson St., for cash, In hand the above described fIclal capacity as Mayor consent to oc--;:
students may feel thai they following described vehicles will be of- PO No.652 10/18 2tchg 10/25 Stark. Florida 32091 Intends to register property. cept the jurisdiction of the federal courts/.:.
haw bean treated unfairly under this said RAY NORMAN If action Is brought to enforce responslbllltles -
fund for sal* to the highest bidder on fictitious name under the aforesaid an
Cod. Th. following steps are to be statute Clerk of Bradford County, In relation to environmental'y':
November will take
sale
followed In attempting to retolvo a 7. 1990. Sold CALL FOR BIDS Dated this 25 Day of October In Bradford Florida reviews, decision making and action:.;i
place of Stark.
at 10:00 the
at
: a.m. City Sealed Bids will hove
grievance. be received until County. By Carol WilliamsDeputy and that these responsibilities
1. Student conference with staff Police Deportment 205 West AdklnsStreet. 10:00: a.m. November 5, 1990 for water 10/29 4tpd 11/15P0 No. 665 Clerk. been satisfied. The legal effect of th* .:
m.mb.r Involved" In grievance complaint Starke, Florida. treatment services for the Power plant Prepared byi certlfkatlonls that upon Its approval the-5

(optional) coiling towers. Service to consist of I John H.Jones Esq. recipient may use the Block Grant funds"and
2. Student conference with teacher or The property to be sold I.described as chemical treatment and monthly written Attorney for PlaintiffPO HUD will have satisfied Its, reponslbllltle -!
guidance counselor or administrative follow.: analysis report.Service to be compatiblewith NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Box 2340 under the National Environmental
assistant selected by the student to existing, treatment equipment. No REGISTER '1230 S. Main Street Policy Act of 1969. DCA will,.

represent him/her In the proceeding 1985 Lincoln Continental V.I.N.UNBP96F3FY626278 additional or modification of .present FICTITIOUS NAME Gainesville, Florida 32602' accept an objection to Its approval onhGI
3. Stud.nt conference with teach.r Involved equipment In service should be considered 04-373-0936 If It Is one ((1) of the following bases: o5
In complaint and itudentt when submitting proposal. Sealed Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida Florida Bar No. 209058 that the certification was not In fact ex-1j
representative. 1977 Chrysler' Newport V.I.N. Bids should be marked "Sealed Bid- Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the 10/25 2tchg 11/1 PO No 669 ecuted by the certifying officer or other1:"

4. Student conference with principal CL41N7D265284 Water Treatment to be opened 10:00: undersigned. Lawrence P. Nazworth officer of applicant approved by DCA: or!
11.590 In lower left hand P.O. Box 484 Storke. Florida 32091 sole environmental review:
end .tud.", representative. (Parent a.m. corner b) that applicants
may b. present If requested by student) 1963 Ford Truck V.I.N. F25CN1698This of the envelop Bid. will be received at owner, doing business under the firmname CONCURRENT NOTICE record for the project Indicates omission5, .
9. Parent student student's representative the City Hall. 209 N. Thompson Street.P of North Florida Communications, NOTICE TO PUBLIC OF NO SIGNIFICANT of a required decision finding or step op;
and superintendent conference. property Is sold subject only to O. Drawer C. Stark., Florida 32091 until 247 S. Westmoreland St.. Stark.. Florida EFFECT ON THE ENVIRONMENT AND plicable to the protect) In the environmental ,
10:00 a.m. November S. 1990 at which 32091 Intends to register sold fictitious review Objection)|
6. Parent, student student's representative duly executed liens and encumbrances NOTICE TO PUBLIC FOR REMOVAL OF process.
and school board hearing.If Mine the bids received' will b* opened name under the aforesaid statute. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS must be prepared and submitted In acXcordance ;/
perfected prior to September 4, 1990. Dated this 19 day of October 'In Bradford
the .. Ived In and publicly read aloud. The City of RECIPIENT: City of Lowtey with the required procedure-:
Is
grievance step Stark reserves the right to reject any or County. DATE: October 25. 1990 ((24 CFR part 58)) and may be addressed),'
on. or If'tie student lot to .)n. DARLA JEAN CHRISTOPHER 10/254tpd 1115 PO No. 667
all bids. Information and bid forms of Affairs
maybe ADDRESS: P.O. Drawer "G", Lowtey, to Florida Department Community
front the staff member alone, the student TERENCE M. BROWN. P.A.
obtained from the office of W.M. Florida 32058 Bureau of Community Assistance
may select on Instructional or administrative P.O. Box 40 Weldon at the City Hall or call ((904)) TELEPHONE NUMBER: ((904)) 782.3454 2571 Executive Center Circle, East

staff member to represent Stark., FL 32091 9645027. To All Interested Agencies, Groups and Tallahassee, Florida 32399.
him/her In the proceedings. If the ((904)) 964-8272 10/2S2tchg I1/) PO No.668 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Persons : Objections to the removal of t

grievance Is not resolved at step three, EIGHTH JUDICIAL COURT On or about November 16. 1990. the vlronmental conditions on bases other'"
the student must submit to the principala 10/18 2tchg 10/25 P.O. No. 661 IN AND FOR BRADFORD oboe.-named City of Lawtey will request than stated above will not be consideredby
written statement signed by the COUNTY FLORIDA that the Florida Department of Com- DCA. No abjection received after
parents( ), for the next step of the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD FLORIDA INVESTORS MORTGAGE CORPORATION munity Affairs, designated by the U.S. December 3. 1990.will be considered by.
Grievance Procedure. Th. statment IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR COUNTY. FLORIDA IN RE: ESTATEOF Deportment of Community Affairs,
must contain: 1)) names) of all persons BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA CHARLES DANIEL DOBBS deceased. Plaintiffs, designated by the U.S. Department of DCARobot Scott Mayor
Involved; 2)) dotes on which the student PROBATE DIVISIONFILE PROBATE DIVISIONFile v.. Housing and Urban Development to City of Lawtey
feels there was unfair treatment and 3)a ) NUMBER: 90-87-CP Number -41-40 EDWARD PEACOCK and JAMIE remove the environmental conditionsand P.O Drawer"G"

brief statement as to why the student DIVISION: 1-4216 Case No.: 90-4-CP. PEACOCK, release Federal funds under Title 1. lawtey. Florida 32058
feels there was unfair treatm.nt. Within NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION his wife; and RUBY TROLL, of the Housing and Community Development :' / Itchg PO No 670

three school days the student wHI IN RE: ESTATE OF The administration of the estate of Defendants. Act of 1974 (PL 93.383)) for the
receive' a written response from the Charles Daniel Dobbs deceased. File CASE NO.:9O-87-CA following project: -- -

principal concerning the grievance.If RUTH R. PANGBORN Number 1-41-40, Is pending In the Circuit NOTICE OF SALE SE Target Area Northslde Target Area, NOTICE OF INTENTION
the student and parents( ) feel that Court for Bradford County Florida Probate NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant and City Wide REGISTER
they have not received satisfaction at Deceased. Division' the address of which Is to a Summary Final Judgment of CDBG Hawing Program TO
NAME
the school level, they may proceed v"tth P.O. Box 779. Bradford County Courthouse Foreclosure entered In this Action on Lawtey, Bradford County, Florida FICTITIOUS B6909. Florida
steps S and e, using the due process procedure NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Starke. Florida 92091. The October 22. 1990. I RAY NORMAN as E.D. No. 50-99 Estimated Cost- Pursuant to Section that the
hereby
notice Is given
as outlined In the School Board names and addresses of the personal Clerk of this Court will sell certain property $425,000.00It Statutes
and Richard Rising
Rul... Th. administration of the estate of representative and the personalrepresentative's situate, lying and being In Bradford has been determined that such request undersigned Yvonne Stark. Florida 32091
Ruth R. Pangborn deceased. File County Florida to-wlt.: Rt. 2 Box 1262 ,
10/11 tchg 10/25 attorney are set forth for removal of environmental conditions under the
! Number 90.87-CP. Is pending In the Circuit below. Commencing at the Intersection of the will not consltute an action joint owners, doing business 2 Box 1262
Rt.
of Beeline
Court for Bradford County Florida ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED North Property line of Jackson Street significantly affecting the quality of the firm name
PUBLIC SALE with the East line of Starke, Florida :12091: Intends to registersold
Probate Division the address of which I. THAT: property Cherry human environment accordingly the
; aforesaid
Ron Denmark Mini-Storage will hold a Post Office Drawer B, Starke, Florida All persons on whom this nolle Is Street and run North 17 degree 27 East above-named recipient has decided not fictitious nom. under the

public sale of: 32091. The names and addresses of the served who have objections thatchallenge along the East property line of Cherry to prepare an Environmental Impact statute. of October In
Bin 93, belonging to A.J. Dugg.r. personal representatives and the personal the validity of the will, the Street 315 feet for a point of beginning Statement under the Notional Environmental Dated this 95th day
Sale will take place at 2117 N. T.mpl. Bradford County.
of the thence run South 72 deur22' East
representatives'attorney qualifications personal representative Policy Act of 1969 (PL
671
11/15 .0 No.
Avenue, Slarke, Fl. 32091 on Saturday are set forth below. venue or jurisdiction of this 108.81 feet,thence run North 17 degrees 91-190). 10/254tpd
Oct. 20, 1990 at 9:00: a.m. 47' East 60 thence North 72
All Interested or. required to Court are required to file their objections feet run Th. reasons for the decision to notprepare
persons
2tchg 10/11-18. Cont. 649 with this Court WITHIN THE LATER degrees West 108.90 feet to the East follows
such Statement
. . .. . . . . . . file with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF property line of Cherry Street, thencerun 1. Project is not harmful are to the as environ: NOTICEOF REFERENDUMFOR
MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST
NOTICE OF ACTION OF THREE THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICEOR South 17 degrees 43'West 60 feet to ment. PROPOSED! CHARTER AMENDMENTBY

B.for. the Board of ConstructionIn PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR. AS THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF the point of beginning; sold lot more 2. Project call for no Infoluntary reloca
Re. Th. license to practice of Construction TO ANY CREDITOR REQUIRED TO BE SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON particularly described as follows: tion. THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN
of SERVED WITH COPY OF THIS NOTICE. THEM. Beginning at the SW corner of SW 1/4 3. Project call. for no forced acquisition OF BROOKER. FLORIDA
Errol J. Brown, WITHIN THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE All creditors of the decedent and of Section NE 1/4 of Section 28 of land NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Town

P.O. Bon 416. Northeast 19th St., OF SERVICE OF SUCH COPY ON THE other persons having claim. or demands Township 6 South Range 22 East thencerun 4. Project Is not In a floodplain. Council of the Town of Breaker, Florida

Lawtey, Florida 32058 CREDITOR.In against decedent's estate on whom a North 89 degrees 52' East 10 47 feet (See Part 58.16 (o(3))( )). that a referendum will be held and the
Ca. No. 89010686 Lie.: RR 0055966. no event may a claim be filed later copy of this notice Is served within three thence run North 17 degrees 47 East 36 An Environmental Review Record Town Clerk has been directed to place
Th. Department of Professional than two years after the death of the months after the date of the first feet thence run North 72 degree 22' respecting the above project has been upon, the special election ballot the

Regulation has filed an Administrative above.narr-ed decedent as provided In publication of this notice must file their West 108.90 feet to the East propertyline mode by the above-named recipient following
Complaint against you a copy of which Florida Statutes, Section 733710. claims with this Court WITHIN THE LATER of Cherry Street thence run South which documents/ the environmental TOWN BROOKER.FLORIDA
may b. obtained by contacting Attorney All Interested persons on whom this OF THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF 17 degrees 43' West along East property r.vl.wof the project and more fully sots PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENTTo
Wellington Morten, 1940 N. Monroe notice Is served are required to file any THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE line of Cherry Street 60 feet thence run forth the reasons why such Statement Is do away with the Office of

Street.Talloha..... Fl. 32399-0782, ((904) obectlon| that challenges the validity of OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF South 72 degrees 22' East 33.88 feet to not required. The Environmental Review Mayor ,
488-0062. th will the qualifications of the PersonalRepresentative SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON the land line, thence run North 89 Record Is en file at the above address -To keep the Office of Moyoc.
If contact has been made by you of THEM. degrees 52' East 68.29 feet to the pointof and Is available for public examinationand ': The date, place and time for voting on
no venue, or jurisdiction
.beginning, at the SW Comer of SW 1/4 mm' "**Jferndum'l lvV'wlll be\Tues4.y.
November 14 All other creditors of the decedent Hall"betweenth
at
the above by OP THREE copying upon request City
concerning the court WITHIN THE LATER i roofceTSfl"HoSJTlrom.
1990 the matter of the Administrative _qnd; persons having claims or demands of NE 1/4 of'' Section 28 Township 6 *hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4 MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF 00S Tn.
:
will be presented at an ensuing against the decedent's ..'at. must fit. South. Range 22 East, the said portion of No further environmental r.vl.wof ; ; ,7,0Q-.m. to 7:
p.m.
Complaint THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER lot being In Block 14. Truby Charlene Thomas Clerk
of the Board of ConstructionIn their claims with this court WITHIN Livingston such project Is proposed to be conducted
meeting THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF 10/25 Itch PONo.675Dial
and Company's Addition to Town of
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE prior to the request for removal of environmental
an Informal proceeding THIS NOTICE ON THE OBJECTING PER Starke Bradford Florida. Also'
10/11 4'chgllCant.. 641 FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. County. conditions.All...'...
SONS. ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS beginning at the SW Corner of SW I/4 of agencies, groups and persons disagreeing -
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER NE 1/4 of said Section 28. Township 6 with this decision are Invited to submit
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. BARRED. South. Range 22 East and run South 89 written comments for considerationby Emergency
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Publication of this notice has begun on The dot of the first publication of this degree: West 68.29 feet thence run the recipient to Mr. Earl Barber, City

REGISTER Oct 18, 1990.Personal Notice I. October 25 1990. South 72 degree 22' East 71.71 feet, .k. P.O, Drawer"G", Lawt.,. Florida
FICTITIOUS NAME Attorney for Personal Representative; thence run North 0 degree 08. 32058 ((904)) 7823454. Such written comments

Pursuant to Section 86509 Florida Representatives: Herbert T. Sussman Esquire, 200 E. For. FLORIDA INVESTORS MORTGAGE CORPORATION must be received at the address 1'4 &I W'UCHURCH
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Roger Alan Pangborn syth Street Jacksonville Florida 32202 vs. EDWARD PEACOCK specified on or before November 12:
undersigned, David W. Kochert P.O. 218 Beechwood Court Telephone9043583030.. Florida Bar Et.al. 1990.All" such comments so received will
OF GOD
Box 1068, Metros, Florida 32666. sole Orange Park Florida 32073 No.i 306320 CASE NO. 90-87-CA b.conslderord and the recipient will not
owner doing business under the firm Personal Representative: BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA request the removal of environmental 422 N. SL.Clair 964-S445
name of Scholarship Information Services Donna Lou Wicker Phyllis Jean Dobbs, Rt 1 Box 458-A. West 21.88 feet to the Point of Beginning conditions take any administrative ac- Pas lor: David Pleasant
Rt 2 Box 2922. Melrose, Florida lawtey Florida 32058 at the SW Comer of SW 1/4 of NE 1/4 above-named until
11287 Derringer Circle North tion on the project Wo Invite you to worship utth ui I
32666 Intends to register said fictitious 10/25 2tchg 11/1 PONo. 664 of Section 28 Township 6 South Range the date specified In the preceding
Jacksonville, FL 32225 _
Attended Nursery
the aforesaid statute. 22 East said portion of lot being In Block
name under sentence. .-_______ 10 sn
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of 1. Original Town of Storks Bradford 'JJId.ySchool
Dated this 26th day SePI.mber.A.D. ,
...._ 11 sm
County Florida. (ver. Pjm/ren) Morning : -
1990 In Bradford County, Florida. Evening Soviet _.,..?,.__ 6 pa.Wednwd. .
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By The Bradford Hifliard Tornado High-Q

team pushed its unbeaten string to .M- ]
three in an Oct. 16 win over Hilliard
with a top sided score of 210-85.
The JV High-Q team also won big
scoring 145 to Milliard's 60 points.
The BUS varsity defeated the
Hill lard Flashes in a match in whichall

on Team at BUS least Captain players one toss-up Michael answered question.Becker correctly BHS led [ZJ lGlfll[ ] I 4.

the scoring for the third consecutiveweek '
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with 10 of 14 correct answers. 1

each Sean contributed Jones and to Matthew the win Eunice with 3 DAY Tr1 Y&y s/2 ; T f

correct answers to toss-up ques- 7 iMiliooukee
tions. Mike Rowell provided two correct SALE REGULAR,LIGHT,x-ootD
answers in his first ever ap- "
pearance on the varsity team. 9 ?oZ 7.99 SALE w
The BHS JV's got off to a rocky 1 1 / / 1 CAN{ 50 MFR
start by trailing 0-20, but came roar SUITCASE )
ing back into the lead at halftime --.I -- SUITCASE 6.49R
with a score of 80-15. In the secondhalf 1 1 1 M-1IOZ.CAM
the BHS JVs continued to I /
score 1 1 ; 't'L.r --
well,with an overall winning marginof I ,

The 85 points.combined BHS High-Q teams Ya iJ1i Pearl
-I answered 35 of 56 toss-up questions
correctly for 62.5 percent. On bonus I 11 I 1 1 1 1A030LJT I 'I 1 REGULAR I LIGHT
questions, the teams were correct 18 :
of 35 times, for 51.4 percent. Coach 2Sdacnleq ABC 80 OMEGA II8dt 1 99raze,
Stanley Crawford said "Althoughthe 'DEWARS 6-PK CANS
goal is 75 percent for bonus questions R VODKAGIN LONDON DRY White Label''' 611bJ.t1e! .
the percentage on bonus ques- 80 VODKA VODKA RUM 940 GIN
tions needs to exceed the percentageof ,. R R ; t*= SCOTCH SCOTCH RED

are correct to be successful.toss-up questions. if we ':',-- 1'199' 9 99 599 '1199' 1399 1899 WHITE

Bradford High-Q teams put its 'I U: wrs & BLUE
unbeaten streak on the line this week ..c-J: CS. OF 12.$143.88 CS.OF 8.$59,94.94 CS. OF 12.$71.88 es.OF 6.$71.94 CS.OF 12-$163.00 CS. OF 6.$109.95 + 'f ....
when it hosts Orange Park, with an
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indentical 3-0 record to date. rw Stolichnaya / BEEFEATER CERTIFIED ffl Clan C2// = AIli
The Tornadoes have never beaten
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the Orange Park Raiders, but they 80 VODKA VODKA( MacGregor OOuuomlM)

time look conference forward to winners.hosting the three 14.99 SALE J GIN GUIIUM 1 I U.14A9LI! SCOTCH -

all-important Everyone is invited match to attend between this '* ""--1.50a. + ),. TWO ''II" 99 I 099 -3.00S '2099 B E E R h

district winners. 3.49AFTE/= LITER ___ a I 750 ML 11 A91I REGULAR LIGHT,ALE
WITH PURCHASE OF A LIR BOTTlE OF STOlICHHAYA 10' I CS.OF 12$139.95Seagram's es.OF 8.$65.94 CS.OF 8.$8U4 CS. OF I.$125.94 :.' 49
Notice.
Legal i
Smimolf GORDOHS : Gilbey's CHIVAS CHEVY 24-CS C s '
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR '
BO PROOF
ROYALE -
NOTICE IS HEREBV TAX GIVEN DEED that Harr VODKA wOOD Gin Gm. REGAL BLENDED \ -
ington Chandler the holder ot the follow rCOTCN WHISKEY
ing certificate hoi filed said certificates 99 s' :
for a tax deed to b. Issued thereon. Th. 899 10 13" 6750 17 16 '
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certificate number and years of issuance '" ML vu 750 MLCS.OF12S209.M ALCOHOL FREE BEER
the description ot the property, es. OF 12.$107.88 es. OF 6.$65.94 es.OF 8.$82.95 FREE -na; .... CS.OP..$ O1." 71
and the names In which It was assessed
or. as follows: '
Certificate No. 240 / I 1 I 1 1 1 1 PASSPORT TEASER 12-PK. {
Year Issuance' 1988 SCOTCH ;,

04316.0-0030.Description LOTS of 3 and Property 4 ot BLOCK No 3 in WILD TOM SIMS 6iwn YUKON 750 11.99 SALI
Lincoln City 326s22. JACK wio00os ML -3,00 IOWENBRAU
Name In which assessed Is Hattie TURKEY II YR.80'KENTUCKY 14 a
Williams (Lot 3)) A.J. Williams (lot 4)) of tot* PROOF BOURBON 1.75 18.99 SALE t1399 ::. 8.99 ZURICH
Blcck 3 In Lincoln City : LTR. c w* ss IMPORTED SWISS
All of said property being In the County WILD 49 O.UU nui CS.OF 6.589.94 CS. OF 12-$ 14.95 496PKM.mt
of Bradford State of Florida. 13.99 i<
Unless such certificate or certificatesshall >r 750 ML I n
be redeemed according to law theprap.rtv CS.OF 12-$137.88 es.OF 6.$83.94 CS. OF 12.5214.95 1 1 / / 1j
described in such certificate or
certificates shall be sold to the highestbidder
at the court house door on the S agrnms' Seagram's cgdttabinu MT. GA
2nd day of November I990at ll.OOo.m. a! 0
Dated this 19th day of October, 1990 TCtoum ar-- V.O. LTD """""D' corona i
Ray Norman .. 1.7H 2.99 SALE 'RUBI
Clerk of the Circuit LTR. k n
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Bradford County Florida t 99 -O.WV mi 49
1299
by Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk 175. L 18"CS. 1199 9.99 "F11" H99 4N rev
1025tchg 1 PO No.677 .* ileeAn 6PK.Il lATLS.LTR .
es. OF 8. $81.95 CS. OF 73.50 OF 6.$113.50 es.OF 8.$70.95 i CS.OF 6.574.95 CS.OF-$142.00

HEAVEN CANADIAN CJDlSGR'S
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III l LL BOURBON PREMIUM 84.8 CANADIAN 1 A IMPORTED GERMANBECKS
THE PREMIUM II IN THE
BEAM 1.75 10.99 SALE lame HOT THE PRICE ,.75 12.99 SALE REGULAR, DIET HERITAGE

99Z.00 m MUTI: ter.. y LTR -3.00 ::... CLASSIC, SPRITE LIGHT OR DARK
Some 6.5 million American play 1349 49JACK'
tennis at least twice week. LTR. 8.99 AFTER -- 9.99 =':. l O9 LTR' 3" 'IllCS.

CS. OF 104.95 OF 6. $65.94 CS.OF 8.$80.94 es. OF 8.$73.50 TWO LTR. .OF 6.574.94 a

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County CommissionerDistrict Chat. Timberlay ... M 4.99 Gallo .'i;- J.. .19 Sebastian! eM'cM1rew :. 9.99 C. Krug == 799 '" REGULAR,LIGHT .

2 Rep. LaDoucetle :M 16.49 Carlo RossisS. L;t 3.29 Beccara Asfl Spumanle :M 8.49 'Sterling M 12.99 Baewesni 499
Pd. Pol.Adv. '
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NORMAN'SROADSIDE Nicolas eN.u DUMPS Teo ML 11.99 Glen Ellen .::l. LTN. 5.49 Gold Seal sa.Na.ur. ms Tso ML 4.99 I Glen Ellen ==u""maa n. 99

Torres :.." :. 4.49 Cella ?:::=. 1M5. 5.99 Great Western war :M 6.49 Geyser Peak wsLOT :it 6.49 -

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MARKET Chat. Du Glana :M 12.49 ww'rL'L'' | anSebosllanl =: M 9.49' ,
... Taylor u.._ i:: jn ..J. 4.79 C Chandon .el.,- ML 19.99
Bolla ? :M 4.69 = M 4.99 99
301 of Starke
North (ITEMS WITH ARE AVAILABLE IN LARGER ABC STORES ONLY) -al a.
964-9152 Motion Cadet H.....* M 5.99 r I J Jordan _- M 17.9 9 1 I 6-PK c NsL

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A Street Level View, : of the Federal Budget DebacleBy

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What If you ran your ...
checkbook your personal : 1
finances and your household tt
budget like the Federal
Government Is currently r
running theirs? That's the tf t\
Question we put to random folks
this week after 10 days of solid < 9 V
news regarding the governments /.;>
budgetary woes. To keep from .i '(
possibly melting the zero key off r
the computer keyboard we won't +
list the actual number of dollarsour ... w
government Is In debt but :.
apparently folks In this area are
well aware of the problem.We .
also asked each John HouckHarold Bishop
Brenda Norman
Individual If they thought that Donald Crlbbs Robert Gonyer
their had
their best interests at heart as I
they went about their legislative John Homer Houck a 25 year
duties: and finally, we asked If resident of Bradford said. I'd be
they thought that Senators and In a home somewhere If I
congressmen should have a operated the way they do.I don't There's No Trick-Just
limit of 4 or 8 years placed on believe they have our best a
their terms In the same manner Interests at heart at all and what
that limits our President's. good things they do accomplishwere
service. >by accident or tied in with : Treat To Great Prices &

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Gonyer. a kith $21,675
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Representative Bill Grant's Corporation Connections Raise Conflict of Interest Issue
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The outside business---interests- -of Grant's re-election and appeared director of Home Intensive",, I Viler, Peterson said, "In my un nlcal. I've never voted'dlrectry, Intensive Car, as' well as tip to
Bill Grant Incumbent Republican a productive GOP money-raiser in Inc., a health care company then in view, serving on'corporate boards for the company against the in- $50,000 in stock options,according to
candidate for re-election to Congress Tallahassee last summer for court because of Its alleged that would have potential benefits terests of the country." his financial disclosure form,Hosan-
from the Second Congressional Grant's benefit. The reason is sim Medicare overbillings.The from national legislation Is However, Grant resigned from sky reported.
Disrict, are emerging as an issue in ple. Grant's defeat on November A budget act was designed to unethical. It's one of those things I seven of the boards In recent mon- Grant also augmented his IM.MO
what has become one of the most would mean one less Republican in save taxpayers money by revising feel we absolutely cannot tolerate in ths,but not,he says,because he sees salary as a congressman with a
carefully watched congressionalraces the Democratic controller House, a Medicare payments downward to public officials." any potential conflicts. It's Just that $10,000 salary from the financial
not only in Florida, but on the loss that Bush can ill afford. On the some health care companies, in- Peterson released a proposal last he "doesn't have the time to devoteto company, International Asset
national front. other hand, the election of Democrat cluding Home Intensive Care. week that would prohibit a con all those financial and health care Management Group Inc 'I
President Bush is eager for Pete Peterson to Grant's seat would Peterson, a political newcomer gressman from accepting stock op- companies." Home Intensive \; became a
add one more vote to the Democratic from West Florida, started his cam- tions,cash or gifts from anyone with Congressional ethics rules that subject of controversy{ last year
majority, making overrides of Bush paign as an underdog with little business before Congress.'' will prohibit a congressman from after billing Medicare charges at
Ancient Chinese Art Form vetoes that much easier. name recognition! but with strong According to Hosansky. several earning money serving on corpora- twice the price charged by some
When the Budget ReconciliationAct determination to challenge Grant experts on governmental ethics tion boards will go Into effect next other facilities for supplies and
To Be Exhibited by SFCCAn of 1989 came before Congress whose action in switching partiesone believe that an official who serves on year. Grant voted against the new equipment dialysis patient
last year, Grant found himself faced month after being elected as a various boards of directors Is risking rules, saying he did so because they y reported. The
exhibition of "Imperial with conflicting obligations to his Democrat he said was"a disgrace". conflicts of interest. were part of a bill that would In- federal government sued to lower
Enamels", including more than 80 constituents and to a private com In a recent Interview with David Grant disagrees, saying: "It's not crease congressional salaries. He the rate, calling it "outrageously
objects of Chinese "cloisonne" art pany. He was serving as a paid Hosansky, Florida Times Union immoral; it's not illegal; it's not earned *ia...... ..,>.,.-.. ,-,... u..... hlPh" the Times Union said.

will be shown at the Santa Fe Com- -" ---
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munity College Gallery in --
Gainesville starting with a receptionon Thanks To You
Friday,Nov.2,from 7 to 9 p.m.at Winn-Dixie
the gallery.Chinese the "Even It Up" ProgramHas
Cloisonne' is one of the
most colorful art forms among the Raised
East Asian cultures and its begin-
nings date back more than 3,000 $250,32000
years. The technique Involved re-
quires the docoration of many dif- CTM
ferent types of metal objects with Give Your Change

pulverized and melted multicolored To Food The HungryWhen
glass. The objects displayed in this
exhibit show stylistic changes and you buy groceries, |Just ask
techniques occurring in China bet- your cashier to "even up" your
ween the 15th and 18th centuries.The grocery total the next dollar. The
exhibition was organized by PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN.DIXIE LOCATION: funds collectedto will go to The
the Reitberg Museum Zurich, the STARKE
Asia Society, and the Smithsonian 4TO WEST MADISON HHEET Salvation Army to provide fresh food
Institution Traveling Exhibition Ser- Items for needy families.
vice. It will travel nationally
through July 1991.
Hours for viewing the exhibit are
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday ,
A IAr***
through Friday,and from 1 to 5 p.m.
on Sundays, through December 16. PORK
Admission is free. Guided tours can

be arranged by calling 395-5565. .


Vo-Tech Classes

Begin in NovemberA

class in beginning computers is
scheduled to begin at Bradford Vo- a
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Tech Nov.6. The class will meet the SELECT LEANWHOLE
following dates: Nov.6,13,20,27 and _
Dec. 4. The class will) meet from 7-10
p.m. at Bradford High School, but
you must pre-register at Bradford -a"s' or n
Vo-Tech. The class will be taught by
John Lundquist. Commodore and
TRS 30 computers will be used. The
total fee for the class will be$20.Certificates RIB HALF
will be issued to com-
pleters. Call 964-6800, ext. 122 for \ '
more information.
A \
DRIVING COURSE: Substitutebus N 1
drivers are needed for the Brad-
ford County School system. A 40
hour bus driver training course is
being planned for the months of SLIC'EDLB.
November and December. Anyone
interested in taking the class to cer-
tify as a substitute bus driver,please
call Bradford Vo-Tech 964-6800, ext. FREE


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On Tuesday, Nov. 6 at 7 p.m., In
the Bradford County Fair Building,
there will be an informal gathering
for area home-schooling families. _'
Refreshments will be provided. M
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Please come and let us get ac- EVERYDAY EVERY DAY
quainted. ( UOW PRICE W uDW PRICE EVERYDAY

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Home School NewsA eerg .
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group of home school students v
from Bradford and Union Counties E 1b"I : 1
enjoyed a field trip to the Universityof ; k
Florida Auditorium October 18.
The U of F Department of Music 8-INCH SINGLE LAVER S 1 1 '
presented a concert by the Sym- GHOSTS. WITCHES or
phonic Band and Wind Ensembles.The BATS
highlight of the Concert was HALLOWEEfJCAKES LILAC .
"BeowolfAn Heroic Trilogy".
Home school families wishing to DETERGENT r
r participate in future activities may '
contact Denise Crawford 431-1091 or
C Joanie Hoffman 984-2339. 3801{ I
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Church News Everyone Is invited to join us In a. tion of the well-known "biblical i Cristl McNeill will also be singing In
fellowship lunch served in the ...Flnt Baptist Church parable of the same name according ...Blble Baptist Church he special service and invite all
...First Baptist Churcfi fellowship hall Immediately following Come loin the Young at Heart of to William Watson, local lay leaderof The Ilglng DOM Fitch Family will ,roung people of the Starke area to
First Baptist Church Youth the morning worship service. the First Baptist Church for their the LDS church. Baptia Gospel Concert at the Bi- ,ittend.
Department will be, sponsoring a Join us for an afternoon sign at 2 regular monthly meeting Thursday, The film will be transmitted from bl st Church this Saturday,
Fall Festival Hayride Sat. Oct. 27 p.m. There will not be an evening November lat noon In the fellowship Salt Lake City via satellite. "The Oct. 27 at 7:30: p.m.
PartiesBeta
Rev. and Mrs. ]I
Donn Fitch and
from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Coburn worship. hall. Lunch will be provided by the film portrays the story of a man who daughter Melanie from Milan,Tenn.
Farm. Carpool Available at Church church. has Just returned home after spen- travel
Pleasant Grove as an evangelistic team all
6:30: p.m. Call church at 964-6562.for Twenty members enjoyed shopp- ding months in a rehabilitation
over the U.S.
directions. United Methodist Church ing at the Avenue's in Jacksonvilleon center and the reaction of his familyto ting year around presen- Sigma Phi
Concerts. have
Plan Halloween Treat Oct. 11. his return," said Watson. Gospel They
presented music In local HalloweenBeta
.'. many area Celebrates
.Hope Baptist Church Pleasant Grove United Methodistwill "We want to invite all our churches.
Homecoming services and Friend be giving out TRICK OR ...Latter Day Saints neighbors and non-member friendsto Bible Baptist Church Is located in Sigma Phi Sorority held its
Day will be held Sunday,October 28. TREAT bags on Halloween nite,Oct., Starke citizens will have the opportunity visit with us at this open house," Starke on Pratt Street behind the Bible bring at 10 a.m. Please 31 between 6:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. to take a closer look at the said Watson. County Jail. Sorority member and guests enjoyed -
come and a friend. Rev. Dale This will be at the Church Annex. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day the Starke open house is just one of A casserole dinner will be served a chicken and rice dinner,
Bradley, a former resident of Brad- Anyone wishing to make donations Saints this Sunday,Oct.28,when the more than 1100 open houses taking at the church at 6:00 'wiener roast and peanut boll.Events
ford county, will deliver the morn- please bring them to the Church An- church premiers a new film and place the same night in the U.S., proceeding the concert. p.m. 'included a hay ride, a Haunted
Ing message.He is the son of Gladys nex on Sunday, Oct. 28 between 10 hosts an open house at 1404 BessentRd. Canada, Puerto Rico Haiti, the Pastor Grayson McNeill encourages 'louse and a costume contest with
and the late Clyde Bradley and is a.m. and 11 a.m. For more informa- beginning at 7 p,m. West Indies, and the Dominican everyone to come and en- 1 prizes awarded to the winners. Approximately
now the pastor of the Fellowship tion contact Mary Cummings at The new film, entitled "The Prodigal Republic. For further information, joy this Christian concert.. Rev. 1 enjoyed the
Baptist Church in Anderson,S.C. 9642589. See you on Halloween!, Son", is a modern dav depic contact Elder Wynn at 964-2641. David McNeill youth director and vent which wasted by Mr. and
Mrs. Doyle Thomas and Mr. and
M Mrs. Lawrence Mosley at the homef
All -- .... '""' AI the latter.

Class 011970Reunion

This WeekIt
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Is reunion time! Those of you
Home.who are from out of townWelcome

QUANTITY RIGHTS Festivities begin at 8:00 Friday
y 'r j s r RESERVED..._. night when Bradford High will
r 1 r w-.eo. wa will
--,-.- tackle the Paxon Eagles We
have designated seating, just look
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PRICES GOODTHURS.WED.
14 5 for our banner!! A re-get a qua in ted
c1LT reception will be held at Mary Sue
+ ''h OCTOBER 25-31 1990. Underhill Tomlinson's house following
the game.Saturday .
night head for the Of-
ficer's Club at Camp Blending for
W-D BRAND U.S. our 20th year reunion.Social from
CHOICE LEAN
MEDALLION BRAND 100% 8:30: to 7 p.m. and dinner will followat

FRYER TOP SIRLOIN PURE GROUND We 7:30.: are all looking forward to see-
ing each of you there. Class of 1970,'
number one at B.H.S.

THIGHS STEAK CHUCK Starling Family

Reunion Oct. 27

3LBS.or The family of Joe E. and Alma
Starling are having their family reu-
nion October'Z7, at the home of V.L.

MORE $ Starling All friends on Sampson and relatives Lake. are in-
$97 iOO vited to attend and enjoy the day
with them.Please come anti bring a 1
59 picnic lunch. The lunch will be serv-
ii-4 J6 ed at 1:00: p.m. There later

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SAUSAGE . 1I. . PIn RANKS. . PIn
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W-D CHOPPED $299 TURKEY 2 to $159 TURKEY 2 III $259 orange TUESDAY juice Hamburgers milkshakes.pizza, trench

HAM . . 1I. SAUSAGE. . PIn BOLOGNA. t css fries, milkshakes.
WIDNESDAyltoo.' beef sandwich, cor-
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Supjjtxaod EVERYDAYHARVEST THURSDAY Hamburgers, corndog, pizza .
EVERYDAY orange |ulce, milkshakes.
PRICE Sutlermcnots- LOW PRIC E FRESH FRIDAY Corndog. pizza french fries,
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9 PR CE I milkshakes, orange juice.lech .

U day students hove a choice of a
PRODUCE ......
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1 s S WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. VOTE

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HARVEST FRESH

JUICE ..- 1'.1 FLORIDARED County! Commissioner
ORANGES ONANfESO District 2 Rep.
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J- L ri : Starke 964-5451
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VERYDAV lOW PfclCI IOW FHICIMOCCOLUMAM. IVIMYDAV LOW" F-KICI DELICIOUS $2:5Q.pzcr IAIP
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ALL VARIETIES SUPERBRAND
DRINKS CAMPBELL'S 2 $300 LIGHT SPREAD tit 8SeAUPnC CLOSED WED THURS: *
TANG SOUP COMBOS
.wrw orKDOL.1D 10. ALL VARIETIES BONUS PACK. Starts Friday, Oct. 26
ALLVAmrncsDANO'S SUPERBRAND $148

.. ".: 3 $5 STICK CHEESE. %f I LB.I "EXORCISTGEORGE

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"'-, BABY JUICE .'zu SIll WAFFLES . & KOUNTRY LOAF 4 [ID! !
$100
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FEDERALLY INSPECTED FRESH FARM RAISED -SCREEN 2-
1I1/1O-CT. DELTA PRIDE GRADE 'A'
: PHARMACY MEDIUM HEADLESS CATFISH! PATRICK SWAYZE

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GltAPH, TIMES MONITOR SIoCTIONII October 1MB I II IM
II Career s""flowing Opportunities Needed I

"Career Shadowing" will take Commerce through the business
1t place on December 4 and S for partners program caQed "A Partnership I
juniors at Bradford High School.This for.Success which advocates
program gives 11th grade a close relationship betaenthe .
students an opportunity to spend a business community: and educa*
day at work place of their choice. Uonal system.
The student is able to experiencewhat Over 200 Bradford High School
a particular Job entails and Juniors participated In "Career a r
helps them to decide what education Shadowing" last year. To provide
program Is necessary to pursue that placements for these students,many
career, They may also decide that businesses be needed. If an individual .
another job would be more ap- or a business la interested
propriate for them. participating contact Christy Red k
Career Shadowing is supported by dish at 884-6800 ext 12A or the .---
both Bradford County School Board Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce ; dow.-- -
and the Starke-Bradford Chamber of before October 31. and My blut
Dr.Claws and"Career Shadowing"student Chad Welch examine a pa-

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Woman's Club
CHILDREN'Sf
Luncheon Meeting

Held Oct. 10

As members and guests enteredthe
club on Oct. 10 for the monthly SAL EE
luncheon meeting, they were
greeted by a halloween ghost. The
Halloween theme was carried
throughout on both walls and tables.
Fall flowers and decorations in
ilalfov/oen Carnivals.. various shred -t orange were on PARTY AND
,|: each table. CPI" ring tables, under
the flower holders was a beautiful ,..
Si .f' ,I ribilr,veen Carnivals ings bond if the parachute landson handmade halloween silk cloth,
wil r held liS' mal on c>'turday, your name. which was made by Becky Whitley.
27 at VP mo ai a schools Raffles, Booths,Refreshments, The program was under the direc- CHECKWednesday
(Set belofte arJing the Pony and Hay Rides, Bingo, Live tion of Mrs. Jane Trawick, Educa- CANDY*
mosquilu-t'to:: encephalitis warn- Music and a Cake Walk will tion Chairman, who introduced
ings currently, the school system highlight this years annual event. speakers-s. Denise Adams and
encourages parents to be sure to We encourage the entire com- Mrs. Becky Reddish. Mrs. Adams,
put bug repellent on their munity to come out and supportour Director of Mentally and Physically
children before going to the carnivals P.T.A. Sponsored Halloween Handicapped Children, gave a very
and out on Halloween night Carnival. interesting and Informative talk on ,
for treats ...Starke Elem... mentally and physically handicapped -
children in Bradford County and
Starke Elementary will be having how these children benefitted in the
...Brooker Elem...
a FUN DAY during school public schools under the mental and
Brooker's Carnival will be held hours on NOVEMBER 2, so all physical handicap: program. Slides
this Saturday. p.m., beginning with the tradi- asked to send a bag of candyto children had made October 31 .
tional costume parade at 4 the school office to be used as since entering schools. Mrs. Reddish ,
Everyone is encouraged to dress prizes and treats. This big day Counselor, spoke briefly on
up and parade together There will include a model airplane "Learning to Read' and of the proposed 5:00-8:00
Party : :
:
'ill 'M:a rafflewinner's choiceof demonstration, a magic show, program for those who are interested p.m.
a stainless steel deep-fat fish karate show, bingo, cake walk, in taking this course. They -
cooker or sm"Uor. and also a fish pond, pumpkin relay, foot- both asked the volunteers to assist in Candy Check: 6:00-9:00: : p.m.
Nintendo Game. ball toss, and treasure chest. schools where help is so badly need-
Smoked mullet ,"oners will ho Raffle tickets will be sold from 4IP
sold and served from 5:30-8 p.m. 10/22 to 11/2. Information on the ed.After an inspirational devotionwas Hey all )'!>little ghosts and goblins, join us
raffle items was not available at given by Mrs. Naomi Herres,
...L1.wtey School.. press time. Homelife Chairman, Brian Canova for a Halloween party! Come in costume,
sang, accompanied on the piano by and refreshments well Halloween
as as
Law I tcy Community School will his grandmother, Mrs. Mona enjoy
have i heir carnival Saturdayfrom e8Library Canova. like bobbing for apples.
games 'c.-We'll
5 til 10 p.m. Several items Selected into the club as new
will be i.tilled off: a 20" boys members Mrs. Murial Gilhooly -
bike, a H'own't., gauge iholpun( .' : "> "h rocker.a Mrs. Jeannie Baker, Mrs. Becky protect and safeguard our youngsters and tohelp ;
$50 gin cert It'd horn the Whitley, and Mrs. Ella Patterson. ,
Flower Gift Sh >i Lawtey and! Luncheon guests of Mrs. Gere Johns i make sure Halloween is a safe event. .
several other i lei. w numerousto were Mrs. Kittie Carter, Mrs. Vel
men on Edwards and Mrs. Lynn Reagan.
Carn \' J) booths will consist of Under the direction of the
concession stand, Bingo pony Homehfe Dept., Club members had BRADFORD HOSPITAL
rides, moon walk button- Friends been asked to take canned fruit, R- .
mak n :. hilt cave maze, and cupcake And Cadette Scouts vegetables or meats to help
AN AFUUATE?Of SANTAFl HEALTHCARE
walk. Tin-re will also be
a replenish the food pantry for the
costume para 1t.r-- "'. Host Halloween Fete needy. There.was an overwhelming *' '" ;"'922 East CallStreetV1C1L ,,," ., ,,::': ) .N1)\---
.jju. Smoked and.fried! ,fish dinner to the and the food ,
'" : Girl Scout Cadette Troop 520 with response request ,
,", ,ijwitn bakptLsiiy -cofejlaw.* the staff,at.the .Bradford County was delivered to ffhe'food'pantry.' .diitllti > -!J.lU v!. {Ju.'l' ;) 'J. "
iren!, fries, and tea' will) be sold Library and Friends of the Librarywill Hostesses 'for the luncheon' nv/oirr THl. i l. rfrff >.sri 1 f 11b
for ;4 2r- host a Halloween party for meeting were Jane Trawick, Marty
I.; children, Monday, Oct. 29. Barry Beverly Blackshear, Shirley
'I ?jthside ftllem... Children thru the fifth grade are Douglas, Maymie Dupre, Jeanette t1"'o
invited to attend the party from 4 to Kincaid, Libby Newcomb Leila
I l 'u ii'.idf E.: i.ontary will be 5:15 p.m. Mundy, Joyce Riherd, Eunice Searing
I' ijv.ng their carnival also onSaturday and
t Come in costume prepared to en- Lillian Stump.
!<., from 5-9 p.m. _
joy refreshments and win .
I'll Inert' will tx- a hayride 1 united games .
house, pencil pull, fishing luck prizes. .
pond, .. iicl many other booths. ,
I'' Hambur/ers:' and coke will be .

sold by ts he goli Kiwanis'K .j '( with side SHEAR DESIGN I

Elementary.
A raff)'. drawing .ill be held Come \
for a shotgun ant telephone.Raffle
tickets will be sold at the car- _
nival for $1 each.There will be a Trick or Treat With UsHalloween
costume parade on Oct. 31 during

!school Tickets hours.for the carnival will be f pert, : SANTA FE FORD '
on sale in the school office on I
Thursday and "'Hay during tr'rL r e tMfilfillllfiJlllll b
whnol Price for i -kets if bought :, $i 'rQ1L8q1e

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October ZI! ,19110 TEi.EGi{tPH. TIMES: ii()iTOIi.-B SECTION:; Page; 58
I

Bradford Landowners Can Participate In Reforesting Program

Bradford County landowners can downer will then be reimbursed- for acres ;be
per day ca planted with a
qualify to in
now participate a
reforestation Incentives program the cost of the seedlings.Also planting machine.

: sponsored by the Florida Forestry if you have access to a If you are interested In participating
Association. The Florida Reforestation medium sized farm tractor a tree in the FRIP program,
Incentives Program (FRIP) en- planting". machine(three point hitch. ), please stop by the ASCS office at the
r'7 11 courages private landowners to "' hA rented from hp Division; Agricultural Center In Starke and
reforest their land by reimbursing coal of $13 per day. About 8 to( 15 sign up.
them for the cost of the pine seedlings
! they plant

! This program will be available
statewide. The FRIP program is a
cooperative effort supported by the
Division of Forestry, the ASCS offices -
and Florida's forest industry,
which funds the program by con-
tributions of money or seedlings.

September 5 was the beginning of
, signup at the local ASCS office.Par-
ticipation will be on a first-
come/first-serve basis with lan-
downers asked to consider the
following program objectives:

Landowners for commercial agree to purposes plant seedlings as- Dr. G. Gray Flynn is pleasedto

Finishing touches. . recommended by the county
: Volunteer. put the finishing touch on electrical: plumbing,door and cabinet Installation for scheduled forester. announce the association of I
: opening of the new athletic building this Friday Night at the Hampton. Halloween', Carnival which b Landowners owning at least 10
: scheduled to have skydivers.Community acres agree to plant a minimum of


Businesses r+.Volunteers +Hard \Work five from Pine acres.the seedlings Division will of be Forestry ordered: Dr. Gregory Allen with his


fice.AFTER signup at the local ASCS of practice of general dentistry.Dr. .


Result in New Athletic Building:for.'Hampton Elementary be Maximum for up to 60,000 reimbursement pine seedlings.will
This Is generally a sufficient quantity -
U 1 V to plant 80 acres. Allen, a University of

of school Not only Is & Carpet. Trlest Christmas tree plantings are not
In times tight Hampton eligible. Florida is
budgets, where no extra, Elementary planning to Construction. Lonestar graduate, now
funds .are available, how do open their new building for Artistic. Concrete, Jerry's Pine seedlings available from the
..... you build a $30,000 building the Halloween carnival this Drywall (Jax FL.) The Division of Improved Forestry Slash include-Pine, accepting new patients.
_ needed at the school? Apply Saturday but they also have Cabinet: Shop. Wayne Jones Loblolly Genetically Pine and Longleaf Pine.
: and wait years for the finalized plans to have Painting Contractor.An .
: government to possibly fork Skydivers open the carnival Extra special thanksto Once planting is completed and
. with the Gene Tanner of Bradford the county forester certifies that the
lover a percentage of the a jump in field at
trees are planted correctly, the lan-
Schools for his 964-7004
County
: funds? Play a dollar on the the school. Don't miss the
lottery and hope you getlucky opportunity to Inspect abuilding "qq'-dance.
? erected for $4200that I
''oJ How about 'none of the would cost 30,000 to
above'. With hard work, build-it's a lesson in
shrewd planning, dozens of community pride
: volunteers, community Project coordinatorCharles
: Involvement, and less than Teal said "I'd be
. $5,000 from the PTA remiss If I didn't pronouncea
Hampton Elementary hearty 'Thank: You' to
School built a 21'x31' everyone who helped bring
$3O.OOO dollar concrete this project to fruition. So
block building. here it Is: Curtis Brooks 'J
A building with 4 heavy David Stone, Eddie Brown,
duty doors concession stand Flnl's Green. Steve Coleman

w/cablnets and windows 2 Alan Archey., LynnBroome.
bathrooms, a rear storage Charles Hutto. Cordell
room and custom concrete McCaw Tom Seagall Harold
walk extending around the Crawford. Kelly Forsythe.
perimeter of the building. Bill Forsythe. Bill Forsythe
finished
We'll be by Rick Ezzell Scott Davis.
October 27 and open for the Mickey McMillan Dave
Halloween Carnival. said Schmidt Paul Meng; Donnie
project coordinator Charles Lott.. Marty Meng Wayne '
Teal. "We started laying the Jones/ Elwood Padgett. Live in Concert
foundation July 23rd and Danny Halsey Lori Meng.
: I\ folks- have been coming-qut Michelle StIruWXU!JIJUrtt .U III ''I:.' '"
.. -th
...
I tevery.,weekend" the 'eotler Randy / fpung. I .3: ., '< A" 1
\ allowed, since. We hate over WllUams \ Jeff Brown V'ltncY )

1000 man hours Involved In Keith Halsey.,Rick Bennett. Hotwire !
this project and that figurein Cher'' '"i' ,. Rodney \
itself illustrates the CarmIchael James Watson
commitment and hard work Charles'Teal. Brenda Jones. Don't miss this great chance to hear the '
put In by the many people City of Hampton. Fred
"First of Fiddle"
who have volunteered their McEilroy.: Steve Coleman Lady Country Jana Jae
time and effort. Now that we Curtis Brooks, Charles and her band "Hotwire" at WalMart'sbig 4

have the concession stand Hutto. Cordell McCaw. Lynn FREE Country Jamboree! Jana Jae t '
storage and restrooms. we Broome, James Parker.
can build the baseball field Wayne aJones. Bill Forsythe has delighted country music fans

and move our little league Danny Warren, Timmy around the world with her non-stop i., ,
from Starke to David
games Newman Bridges.
i Hampton. It will make it Dean Padgett and Tommy fiddlin talent!
much easier for local folks to Bradley.A '
attend their little league ,big thanks for,.those i 'J
games and will help raise who donated: including:
money for our athletic: Griffin. Industries.. Teal. Tile.'Social : Date: Thursday, Nov. 1st s
program also.Jail. ; '." '
.t
J Location: Wal-Mart, Starke, FL \ ; /

Parking Lot /
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I Time: 7:00 p.m. to 8:00: p.m.
.
.FromB1, '* -f r i / .

.:..;BriMsBradford
"Sure I'd be broke." said -
Laura Ann Simmons of Starke.If "" t -
we have to have a continual ;.01.( '.., ;'!, -
deficit I'd much rather see the )"'. ,'"". ";
money spent on social programsfor
the poor, old folks and
medical care for those who can't
afford it. I can't see where the
money goes now. I think our. Hospital. ,

interests at heart have about our half bestI the lIosts'Party 10/31:' 6 96i

time and the other half I think No tricks,only treatsand ft peace: EACH
I they are concerned about of mind for parents. t. i ,
reelection-I'd limit their terms Bradford, Hospital.will ..hocka CASSETTE
and hopefully eliminate that." children?'; Ilallowee .party' with
Donald Crlbbs. an 18 year refreshments.-apple bobbing and SHENANDOAH
Starke resident had this to say.. plnatas on Oct. 31 from *to P-n .,
.Sure. I'd be hopelessly In the From 6 to 9 p.J1!. the pospl will ,
hole. About half the time our x-ray bags of.R-.Boweea andy,free
senators and congressmen have of charge. lemember ,
our best Interests at heart. we It Is important to that
need to limit their terms there only-metal ob1ecta".ucb as razor'
are guys In there who've been In blades or pins will show up on the eoray. .
_, the same seat since beforeWorldWar .Drugs are not detectable :'
II. We need t0101 aU the 796
wheels and power ,brokerswEo
bill
H EACH
nations dayto .
manipulate our '
;
day operatiorts.S .*' 4-H News... CASSETTEJ t

Harold Bishop and, born owner anddoesn't ofthe 'By Erica Johns o* V
raised local In Starke Sears Catalog store, October 9 was a great day'tot''some ''WAVtOM JOEDiFF>E
hesitant In ofJ'erln this very lucky people! The newly JENNINGS
was not Club
d be organized Hellbron Springs 4-h -'
-I'd be In Jall-l
opinion. was happy to name their!first officers -
far '
as

under the ja1ll As that
at heart, : President Jessica Baldree,
our best interests the Vice President Emily Sellers,
to' be -----
seem
: their Secretary Carrie Forsytb;
Whatever their goal Treasurer Adam Adklns and
results don't reflect our of Reporter Erica Johns (assisted. by''' ....
outcome
interests. The final is. by and Tim Johns). Congratulations,
their their everyone!
-- large, pitiful."Limiting idea to The next meeting of the Heilbron
gooB
terms sounds like a Springs Clubnrtll be-Noveraber 13 at
little
me--rnlght make. them a .
'' more tlirliiy at T m.
ti, .t; Brenda Norman another will be held be- I
Bradford native echoed those .. at Lake Butter
said. tober 16 at 7 p.m.
she
same thoughts when High School. To show a hog la the
,' If ran
I -" "I'd In Jail and fair this meeting must be attended..
my finances that WAY By best 'To join the Swine Assn.,and to enter i
at they have our a pig In the fair, participants must
interests heart but I would, 'attend' at least three of these
c. limit their terms to 4 years. 'meetings.The .
That way would lasting next business meeting will Include -
I work very hard to mate slgnlng-up for projects and, riTr

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TELKGKAPH.TIMKS&MOMTOK-HSM: HUN October f. I'llH)


Police Beat I

by local authorities in Bradford ding to Chief Deputy Pat Henry. He Michael Reed Willis 28. was arrested !
headed The investigation Is continuingwith
south and Into a yard where County. was released on his own Oct. 16 for DUI. He was
by Carolyn Eaves the 1976 Ford was found by LI. K. R. additional charges pending recognizance.James released after a $500 surety bond
BeT Staff WriterWoman Hinds, Jr.Hampton. said. Aderholt. was posted.

Charged DUI Queenie Berry 25, was arrestedOct. Meeks was arrested Oct. 17 wi
In 21 for failure to cooperate with for spouse battery with bond set at Timothy Dale Herzberg, 25.
Friday AccidentA Man Charged Man Caught After counsel for possession of drug $1,000 according to Patrolman P.T. arrested Oct 21 for DUI according
28-year-old Starke woman who With Sexual paraphernalia violation of com- Gorman. to Patrolman Robert Lyons. Hen-
BatteryA To
struck a parked vehicle and then fled Failing PayA munity control, (sale of substance in berg's blood alcohol content was .19
the scene was charged with driv- 24-year-old Hampton man was 32-year-old Clay County man lieu of controlled substance), according Otis William Waldron, 40, was arrested was released after a
ing under Influence. arrested Oct. 23 charged with who failed to pay for gas he pumpedat to Patrolman Cheryl Belcher. Oct. 15 for disorderly Intoxication $500surety bond was posted.
Police received a call from a several counts of sexually abusing Suwannee Swifty, was found and Bond was set at $6,000. exposure of sexual organs
citizen on Thompson St who said her children. arrested. and no valid driver's license, according Leon Marcus Falana,64,of Hampton
car parked at the curb had been hit E\ett Darrell Youngblood was John William Longfellow pumped Robert Earl Terrell, 21, was arrested to Chief John Hodges. He was was arrested Oct. 20 for no valid
by another vehicle. A damaged vehi- charged with sexual battery upon a $15 worth of gas Oct. 20 then left the Oct. 17 on a capias for released on his own recognizanceOct. drivers license, according to
cle was located in a yard nearby and child under 12 and four counts of store according to Patrolman W. S. burglary two counts dealing in 22. Patrolman Michael Burnetti, He
the driver was found with a bleeding lewd assault upon or in the presence Allen Longfellow was apprehendedand stolen property grand theft according was released on his own
mouth according to Patrolman of a child, according to Lt. David returned to the store where he to Deputy Gordon Smith. Bond TrafficJohn recognizance.
Richard Lyons. Aderholt Youngblood is accused of was identified and charged with was set at$2,500, he was released on arrestedOct.
Bartow
Theresa Gail Russell was charged abusing more than one child over retail theft, said Allen. his own recognizance. 19 for Lee 47 under,was influence Eugene Albright 44, of Lake City
with DUI, leaving the scene of an ac- several years. An investigation Longfellow was released after a driving was arrested Oct. 20 for DUI, according -
cident with poroperty damage, ac- revealed the abuse was fondling and $250 surety bond was posted. Robert James Bellamy 23, was (DUI second offense), according refused to to Patrolman Jerry Feltner.
Lt. Kenneth R. Jr. Lee

cording to Lyons. Russell's blood touching on the genitals of the victims arrested Oct. 16 for failure to appearfor to be tested.Hinds He released Albright's blood alcohol content was
alcohol content was .22 percent. who were six to 15 years of age child support, according to Deputy was .19 percent. He was released after a
The incidents occurred within the Recent ArrestsIn after a $500 surety bond was posted.iTJ bond
Russell was northbound on Anderson Hol and. $300 surety was posted.
Thompson in the wrong lane when past one to five years, said Aderholt Bradford
she struck the parked vehicle, she Youngblood remains in custody CountyThe Willie James Strong, 26, was arrested c. ; !!'w" ... ., ,
then backed up, made a U-turn and awaiting first appearance. following arrests were made Oct. 17 for grand theft, accor- I II
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EVERY SINGLE ITEM ON SALE

News Briefsby Larsen's friend and had at one time son. Damage was listed as $10,000 A state-mandated peer review
lived with the couple. total. board voted 4-1 to uphold the firing
and: also upheld eight of the ten
Carolyn Eaves Grand Jury MeetsIn allegations filed against Lyons In
BCT Staff Writer Two Injured Renaud MurderInvestigation January.
Last Week.Hccovering, Lyons is seeking reinstatement as
State Rests Case CaseA well as back pay and other
for loss of raises and
In Murder TrialAs sealed presentment resulted payments
Ruth Crosby Corey and daughter from the Oct. 19 session of a Brad future earning potential due to
of press time witnesses for the Gina of Orange Park, injured in a ford grand jury.According damage to his reputation.
defense of Dennis Michael Larsen twoehicle accident at Water and Assistant
to State Attorney
in the Call Sts afternoon (Oct.
Tuesday
were presenting testimony
W. C. Maloney, the present-
murder trial. 16)), nicely FliP
recovering
first-degree are reportedly will Troopers
ment remain sealed for 15 days,
Larkin asked .
Attorney Thomas after that time it will become a Continue License HUNDREDS
Judge George Pierce for an acquit They were transported by Rescueto
record. The extended
tal based on testimony that Larsen Bradford Hospital where Gina, 7, from public the 1989 Fall Term jury, requestedthe Vehicle Inspections OFSPORT
had shot Robert Eugene Cain, Jr. in was treated for a head injury and Bradford COATS
extention to inquire into the con- CountyThe
the aftermath of a fistfight. Larkin released. Ruth, a Southside Elemen- Rap. $58.95
duct of the investigation of the
said the heat of the fight ruled out tary teacher was later transferredto Florida Highway Patrol will
the for first- University Medical Center for a Meghan Renaud murder. be conducting driver license and
premediation necessary
degree murder. Pierce denied the head injury, a severe whiplash and Since Friday's record is sealed is vehicle inspection checkpoints dur 12 OFF
motion, saying the issue is for the possible fracture of her left knee. is not known what the jury inquiredinto ing the week of Oct. 26 through Nov.
jury to decide. She is now at home getting stronger but the jury requested last May 1 on SR-21, SR-100 SR-230, SR-18,
mother that they be allowed to inquire into SR-16, CR-18 CR-16, CR-21B, r '
The state rested its case Tuesday, each day according to her ,
Oct. 23, after jurors heard from Violet Crosby. The head laceration the murder investigation and other CR-22S CR-125 CR-229, CR-231
witnesses who testified they watched required 19 stitches. The knee injury alleged misconduct of the sheriff'sdepartment CR227t221, CR-230 and CR-100A
Larsen pull a gun from his truckon also required stitches and a drain, in Bradford County.Recognizing .
June 17, point it at Cain and shoot. the knee Is in a type of brace. According to Maloney, the extended the danger presentedto TUXEDORENTAL
The shooting took place after grand jury is finished as far as he the public by defective vehicle
Larsen stopped a car in which Cam The 3:58: p.m. accident on Call is concerned. equipment Troopers will concen-
Street worked Patrolman trate their efforts on vehicles being
was riding with Larsen's daughter, was by
Larsen's estranged wife her brother Susan B. Wilkerson who cited Patrolman Sues operated with defects such as bad
Rebecca Jones for careless brakes, worn tires and defective
and her brother's girlfriend A fight driving Former EmployeerA
ensued between the three men, and and failing to yield right of way. lighting equipment. In addition, at- NOW AVAILABLE
according to testimony, a neighborwho Jones was not listed as injured. Starke police officer is seeking tention will be directed to drivers
attempted to stop the fight. reinstatement in a federal lawsuit who would violate the driver license
The prosecution contends Jones, driving a 19I! ><) Ford, was that claims he was the victim of laws of Florida.
Larsen's motive was the pressure of eastbound on SR-230, attempting a racial discrimination by the Alachua The Patrol has found these check-
his failing marriage and his wife's left turn onto Water St The Ford County sheriff. points to be an effective means of en-
relationship with Cain who was was struck on the left front as it turn- Robert Lyons was fired from the forcing the equipment and driver Sale Terms Jim Tatum'sFashion [ Sale Hours:
ed into the path of Corey's 1986 Alachua County Sheriff's Depart- license laws of Florida while insuring Cash MonXThu.
Chrysler. Corey was westbound on ment eight months ago where Lyons the protection of all motorists. Showroom 1000-7:00
Social Briefs SR-230. Both vehicles were spun said black deputies are treated more Check 5318 Normandy Blvd. Fit
several times, according to Wilker- harshly in disciplinary actions. Union CountyThe Discover MC/VISA Jacksonville, Ft. 32205 IfcOOfcOOSat

Florida Highway Patrol will (904) 786-8770 o
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Fall Fun Day be conducting driver license and :

Starke Elementary: School will I 'f vehicle ing the week inspection of Oct.checkpoints 26 through Nov dur-,. FORMAL SHOP -
hold fourth Fall Fun
annual
its -
= : 1 SR-100 SR-121
SR-231
SR-241
--- on ,
.. Day on Nov. 2 from 6'18 lolpjniStudents' : ,..'",i. :;..a- CR-237J
= v SR-238 CR-18 CR-229,
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: &. .
I. teachera..and..par.enta.: $ 'CRi-125
are encouraged to attend par- .. 796A in,Union CR-231A, CR-24A: and CR- GRAND OPENING
ticipate and spend and enjoyable The albatross drinks sea water. It has a special desalinization apparatus County. ,
day with us. Students do not need that strains out excess salt. '
money to participate in Fun Day
activities. Students may bring
I
money for treats at the PTOdiA USA HDDVBfl I
*.t Cho; MlrWOrr ,
; grade; level will sponsor ,-

fun booths as follows: REMNANTS! lrN .
KindergartenMusical "Cup- ALLCARPET TLVV .fF gBm

cake" Chairs1st I SALE
GradeFish Pond, Treasure SHOWROOM t "'- -
Hunt, Duck Pond =
2nd GradePumpkin Relay, &!REHOUSE, STARTING ,
Maze, Treasure Chest, Football .

Toss.4th 3rd GradeSpooky GradeCupcake Trail Walk l 10% OltRCOST )f ," $$1 lOOsQ: ,YDIbti .::.:.:: ,. iii(

Floating Plate Penny Toss >SPu.)ri .
5th GradeBingo, Putting "
Green, Pencil Pull DUn try
Other activities include a Certified Dupont Bodgd SaIoor 01 2'00 Favorite Programs Color On' Screen D' isp'laY' ()
karate demonstration a Magic Parental Control Discrete/Matrix/Digital ....
Show, String Pull, Checker Toss Staiimaster Sculptured Carpet I- 50 Sattelite Memory Stereo
Space Command UHF
and a Flying Model Air-Plane

tion Demonstration.will sponsor Physical several Educa-Fun $$8,99 Sq. Yd arpets s $$8.99 Sa. Yd. Control Built-in fll Filter. VCR T1 IerICIock ......

Games activities and all classes .
.wkd1Jl! 'h1 .
may attend time permitting O\UJOOtdlntolWtfrom\ rt '. .
'
The PTO will be serving cakes, 'c.
snowcones, popcorn, candy and jJi.a. '.
other treats for minimal prices. RENTERS SPECIAL =. Commercial IndOm'/Outdoor/ i iI
<
Raffle tickets at $.25 each are iI I
being sold each morning at school $$4,99 Yd. : Stmlngat 2,99Sq.yt I
from Oct. 22 Sq -
through Nov 1 Only "
Starke Elementary students are ti6c isilfl i tijf6
36 Position satellite .
eligible to win prizes with raffle FNASCINGPU.VTOSURtiYYON65NS\ MON.T'IIIDTroCOIlLB"1 memory ClKu Band _
winners announced on the 111 EDWARDS RD, compatibility"Favorite Program" .Parental Security .
Roadrunner Report Friday morning \ I" 964.61 SAUlt Built-in VideoCipher D Plus Decoder. VideoCipher II
Nov. 2. Raffle tickets are Plus Digital Stereo. Space Command Infrared Remote
purchased on each individual Control On Screen Display Module
item that you want a chance on. COWfiGOCTOBER U%: COUtiTRYCARPETSDISCOUh1ODllETON0301SOUTH'
; Raffle Items include; PTO ATTENTIONMovie
T-shirt with matching shorts
: baseball cap & shoestringsboy( ), .,

:: shorts PTO ,T-shirt shoestring with pony matching taller & OUR BIGGEST SAlE EVER!lit!! Buffs

:. shoestringsgirl boy or girl()), )AM-FM), bicycle cassette((1 for a jJ/Jj

:. playerportable( ), Surprise box (1 .
for a boy and 1 for a girl), Nintendo -
is the
.. game, remote control race Now time for
car girl's doll and possibly more. ,
Money raised by the raffle is Satellite TV. Come in
ued to pay for game prizes Chiropractic Center
: awared to students at various
I booths and for treat bags for each Keystone Heights Office and see a demonstration Con
student at Starke Elementary
School. 260D, S. Lawrence Blvd.

The menu for the Fun Day 4737213PAIN Zenith Satellite.
lunch will be Hotdog on a bun,
french fries, cole slaw, fruit and
milk. CONTROL Systems Today... I J.. _. NnN ,.
The PTO and school ad- Headaches
ministration requests that only .
Starke Elementary students, .Neck & Arm Nellie 3altUlse R'oeh'ing 9tm

staff members parents and guar- Mid Back t><" Mt.W# "; 'f :- >" ,
: ; "'i0; W
dians participate in Fall Fun Day : >> > 7 0" ; 4Z'$! t.J: % $ -
Low Back f 1MI1 k'.I" v'> <> '-"" ::: % ;1l <:
& ; '' 117:
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activities this year. ;& !'Jk i ; .Iear+_", Ynva [Iable j: f 'V: ; ;"
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Finally volunteers are neededto S f -yfr S v" ??S
help classroom teachers and e .'f@ Ji; .OOFi& ; 'Fjntdnii(9' : () :Dais.Sa nn 'As C; $Ii"g'or; ualfieci..bi ei:) 4,1

PTO members for Fall Fun Day R. RICHARD C. TULLERCHIROPRACTIC *iJIIIK 1'-"v; / U2 5t '1 :"wi.1-:&:: 'k>1.'t1f'4 f.s3&# ,'",)'i',
Backed( -F. '
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Club News CARE '< ;f;<4W, :,';,'Y.>n/," /,>,.";n'11'k", n ,___ :'''.>"fWo' ,'',k./n< .
Mrs. Hazel Hardy, Mrs. Freda WHEN YOU NEED IT < "

Judd, Mn. Peggy Thomas Mrs. 24 HOURS A DAY

Thomson Evelyn Griffin and Miss, Mrs Lillian Marjorie Stump 7 DAYS A WEEK 964-7596 -241

represented the Woman' Club of WINKLER
1 Starke at the Centennial Celebrationof omCE HOURS; LAKE
the Melrose Woman's Club in STARKE
Melrose on Sun. Oct. 21. Alan. fri&30 600 pjn. Sat By AppointmentTULLER BUTLERr









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Carolyn Eov t Short said be has never used marijuana violation of his probation.
leT Staff Writer and that he resigned from the "I can't believe this situation is
'. prison after the allegations arose till going on. If they had anything/
.. An appeal has been filed for a new because a prison official told him on me,why didn't they charge me?
police lieutenant who was strippedof that he could avoid decertification he said.
his law enforcement by quitlni.
certificationand
Chief Epps said he promoted Short
suspended\ because of
an accusation -
because and
of
his experience
In that he smoked marijuana In a letter written to Short by one outstanding work record since he
1987. of the officers he apologized for involving
1I was hired in September 1987.
r w Criminal charges were never filed \ Short in the 1987 incident.
against Mack T. Short who made The officer said Short was not involved "I have complete faith in the
j lieutenant Oct. 1, but he was decer- In the Incident, however, the system and I am confident the appeal -
tified based on allegations by two same officer who was arrested for will be granted," said Short
I Florida State Prison correctional of. said he had to
possession cooperatewith
who
1 expressed his for
appreciation
ficers that he smoked Florida
marijuana Department of Law Enforcement the support of Chief Jimmy Epps
while he was there.
employed or face being found in and the department.



Focus on Careers: Sinclc Parents/IInfnr. oi-c Seminal., II
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FOCUS ON CAREERS at Santa ed. The seminar meets daily from 9 of Alachua and Bradford Counties.a.m. .
Fe Community College can assist to 2 p.m., Monday through FrlCOlltact Andrea Ashley at 395-5393
I + you in the decisions necessary to day and is FREE for adult residents for further information.RTN'S .
rt I i I Ir pursue a new career path.
During the two-week seminar
( from Nov. 5-16 the following ser
a vices will be provided: vocational
assessment, information about high AUTO iIlldTRANSMISSIDN
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"" ', wage training programs pre-
employment preparation and
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... trends.discussions: of current employment SERVICE

,One Arrested For Arson... sonal In addition growth skills goal setting will be and address-per-

A convicted arsonist has again been arrested tills; Identified as a suspect of bystanders at the fire.He was New Books on ShelvesAt $ 95 Oil Change,
time for arson of an unoccupied structure later arrested and charged with arson with bond set at lU
Timothy Henry Byers.' 30, with a Palatka address 115.000. Public LibraryThe ,. .- Filter & LubeTransmission
1t'as arrested Oct.18 after deputies were called to a fire Byers who had an extensive criminal record as a Bradford
In Mary Brown's trailer park on US-301 south of Starke. County Public
juvenile was sentenced to V/t years In the Departmentof has the p
Library following new booksin
The frame structure on the corner of the propertywas Corrections In 1988 for multiple attempts to burn the the book section of
ablaze when firefighters arrived at 8:11 p.m. The law offices of It.A.Green on Washington St. In Starke. 105 new E.Jackson Street. the libraryat $1995 Service
building was gutted by the fire with no Injuries
He was also given 15 years probation with mental
(Fluid clean filter,adjust
reported. health treatment requested by the court. Buffalo Girls by Larry McMurty bands-when necessary)
According to Deputy Michael Paris, Byers were
First MAn-In.Rome Kv-" Colleen.M..*-. For most cars
Cullough i---

I October 16th Bradford Traffic Court Finalsby King Four Past Midnight by Stephen -r.L7"':; ATRia-- Specializing in all Auto Repair;

Get To The Heart by Barbara Including air conditioning,
Mandrell! -';=r automatic and standard
Carolyn Eaves Seila Lynn Shannon pled no con- Cynthia C. Covington chargedwith Harvest by Belva Plain .,;'"U -- transmissions.
leT Staff Writer test DWLS; presented valid license retail theft. Lady Boss by Jackie Collins
$52 court costs. Clinton Hill charged with petit Pilgrimage by James Michener 528 S. Walnut Street
The following individuals Isaac David Simmons pled guilty theft. Plains of Passage by Jean Auel Ted Orton
in Bradford County Traffic appeared DWLS; fined $120.25, Tri County Spy Sinker by Len Deighton. Starke, FL 32091 964-8317 Walt Orton
,Court Oct. 18 before Judge George supervision 60 days. Jim Mason
H.Pierce where their cases received Simmons pled guilty allow
.final disposition.: unauthorized person to drive;
dismissed. J. W. PatrayM.D.
Harvey Haines Baker pled no con- Don Otis Staph pled guilty DWLS;
.
test driving while license suspended fined $120.25.David BradfordChiropractic

.,(DWLS);.ordered to. par. .,,$52 court James Stevens pled no con P.A.
test DWLS
costa. ; fined$120.25 ten days in .,
John A. Bryan pled'no contest jail suspended if provided ADI CenterStarke
DWLS; fined $120.25 Tri County school Tri County supervision 60 Medicine and Pediatrics
30 days. days. Family Office
Rudolph Stevens pled no contest unlawfuluse
Carter pled no contest
218 S. Walnut St.
DWLS; fined .$120.25,' ,Tri County of drivers license; dismissed.
) supervision 60 days. Michael L. Wilkerson pled guilty 100 S.W. Nightingale Street Keystone HeightsSide Next to the Chamber of Commerce
Christine Jane Dietz pled no cano no valid drivers license (NVDL);500 964-4957
word essay why should not be driving
.test DWLS valid license
; present
1"!!-*ndJWLS- .$Sg court fists-QyL.w llr and why he was driving, 30 days ( entrance. across from Keystone State Bank) I
'" J .. Trl' County"snpervtshmy*present PAIN CONTROL

'. 8 q!, I') ./: ,,#j : .ifi't., ., ,
q ar .. r Headaches ,
lined1 $120.( : i. : ; O""n'dJtl"F .
,
Misdemeanor Court W't'-1 :U'.11 loluaJ '. Neck & Arm
supervision 60 days. '
Ford pled guilty careless driving;;' ArraignmentsAndrew ,,::: :, ,9 .m. tit l12 noon 1 p.m; till 5 p:m.;:3 U: Mid Back INJURIES
$52 Tri County supervision 60 Low Back &.Leg
pay L. Clark pled guilty issuing :
worthless check (41.44 tawaIMarti' : Closed wedn day Afternoons :' e j I w .Work Related

;,i and Robert present no motorcycle Olin valid Fulgham motorcycle license pled/: pay no license contest $52- court costs.of continued restitution until and Nov.pay 15$50 to ,Saturday,:**:Bi:SpiaiApponulA J ,;*/::" 7d Personal Auto Sports AccidentsDR.

and will dismiss. Devin Clyde Dever pled guilty
t John Alan Holtzendorf pled no contest trespass after warning; dismissed. W. DAVID SIKES
t DWLS; ten days In jail (in house Sheila Y. Howell pled not guilty 473-2080 Appointments PreferredA CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN
t arrest), fined $146.80, Tri County petit theft; dismissed.
supervision 60 days. Catherine Davis McNeal pled no I THE TEAM APPROACH
< Holtzendorf pled no contest no .
contest improper exhibition of -----;
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costs. court); 60 days probation, costs heat 1 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK
:i William Keith Mason pled guilty suspended.Tina pumpr -
j wilful-wanton reckless driving; fin- Marie Stevens pled guilty illegal / 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER
ed,$120.25 Tri County probation 60 alcohol l
s possession beverage; will feel TPNB OfOl Mount Mon.-Fri-Si3OtOO p.m. &..By Appolntmmt
days. Tri County Probation 60 days anyone / .
Mason pled guilty DWLS; dismiss- violate no laws 50 hours communitywork. --
t ed. .
} Mason pled guilty fleeing or Stacy Mosely pled no contest
eluding police officer; pay$52 court criminal mischief; 60 days Trl Coun- comfortablewith / I .fUi'i1i
i t costs Tri County 30 days. ty Probation, violate no laws stay < "> Mason charged with unauthorized away from victim. .. ,. t 1 rI rI
use of driver license; dismissed. .. .. ,... .
Mason pled guilty unlawful speed;
IssuedA ,
Capias
pay fine$332 Tri County 60 days. ..... '
capias was issued for each of the .
Roosevelt McDonald guilty pled following individuals who failed to __ Boy the Iran>Q.1200 heat pamp.T e
DWLS; continued for 30 days to present show for ? Ifl bound to provide I lonJ-la Ujifcellnir '"
valid license and dismiss or pay arraignment. comfort Became the XL .
$120.25. .: '+I" 1200 Hfeathcrtnn heat li butted by an exclusive manuliet re"sl0
.- Thomas Richard Seigle pled no Alvin Jerome Fayson charged I bulled wunnty on both pump the compressor and oolL phi 2 yeara on paris, Md year .J waa 4om and Wised in Me Tft/uttcA cf L &
contest wilful-wanton reckless drivIng with issuing worthless check. I.mll"l the unit's super high efficiency help reduce your ellCltY usage ill year lone D
; fined$172.75 Tri County super- Mary Netlile Robertson charged Call today for more detail on the XL 1200 teat pump.-Financing ruvalW>le. am aminite* fMe d j4e 9&e SBouJAaA laid
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vision 60 days. Seigle also) charged
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Bradford Beats
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In Driver's Seat for


Using a strong running attack anda remaining in the first half QB Jon' f'
staunch defense,Tornado gridderswent Mobley, retreating deep to avoid the
10-7 over a tough Baker County Tornado rush, completed an |1 yard \Tst I
eleven before a capcity crowd Jam- pass to the Baker 36 yard line. On""
med into the Wildcats' stadium last first down from the Baker36 RB Le-
Friday night, Oct. 19. moyne Williams fumbled but
The BIG win puts Bradford High recovered the football, and a ,Brad:
into the driver's seat for the District surd clipping penalty gave, Baker :
3-3A championship. Bradford is 4-0 another first down at the its own 37.
in Dist. 3-3A with wins over the three Only five seconds went off the clockon I II
toughest contenders- Jacksonville, that running I II
Lee, Santa Fe, and Baker High. On first down from his own 37, QB I
Enough mistakes were made for Jon Mobley completed a 32 yard
Friday's contest to go either way- a bomb to RB Williams to the Brad- ;" '"
blocked Tornado punt a blocked ford 31 yard line. < .-.r. .
Baker field goal, fumbles by each With 17 seconds remaing' in the ; I
team which prevented almost cer- half,QB Mobley missed on one pass. !
tain touchdowns. With nine seconds remaining, QB
Baker scored first with no time on Mobley threw to wideout Lecallur
the clock as the half ended on a 15 Mack in the Baker corner of the end- '
yard unchallenged pass into the BHS zone. Bradford's Julius Harden 1
endzone, and went into the dressingroom knocked the football away, but pass ttt
with a 7-0 advantage.Bradford interference was called on a Brad- .
evened the score at 7-7 on a 92 yard ford player in back of Mack in the ,
drive as the third period wore into endzone. The 15 yard penalty put I
the fourth, the touchdown coming on Baker on the Bradford 15 yard line
a 35 yard pass from QB Reggie Shef- with three seconds left on the clock.
field to wide receiver Vinnie Blye, QB Mobley, again chased deep, ...... .
waiting all alone at least 20 yards threw a long pass into the back of the _, ," ...
back of the nearest Baker defender. endzone to WO Mack for the Baker on the Move Against Baker...
Bradford drove 54 yards to Baker 15 TD which came with no time on the
in the fourth penod before Allen clock. Mobley kicked the extra back Robert Hankerson Is on the move. and 8 or 10 yards downrfield. LB Rhoden made 15
Jenkins kicked the winning field point. Baker took a 7-0 lead into the No. 40, came out of the backfield ahead tackles against Bradford last season but.Bradford I
goal,a 31 yarder,with 2:17: left in the halftime. to block Baker middle linebacker Rock guards Phillip Crawford and Jason Norman held
game. ._ No. 34, Is trying to get over Boyd to reach Rhoden to two tackles! and three assists. And. center
after finally getting loose from Tornado Wyatt Collins took care of the Baker middle guard.
Bradford High 0 0 0 10 10 Crawford. No. 62. at right. But by this
Pornondlno High 0 7 0 0 7 Tornado Ineffectural.,,
was through the line of scrimmage
Bradford Baker The first time BHS handled the
First Downs 1] 10 football in the first half Allen
Ruining Virus Yards 43-122 42 II 79PC -112 Jenkins fielded a Baker punt and Baker defensive end Scott

Pining.PA.PI 3.S-0 S-12-1 fumbled the football away. ,and did so by going deep.
Punts 1-Blkd 131.7 But a 15 yard clipping penalty plus to put a hand on the
Fumblei.lost 21 41 the Bradford defense stopped Bakerat sharply did he run around Winner's Pub
Panamas-yards 4-M I.f 9 the Bradford 18 yard line. Then Sheffield thew,
Scoring Summary tII Bradford got a punt blocked. and off-
.
Biker High. IS yard pan from QB Jon Baker had the football on the Brad- 45 yard pass to wide Located atDay's
Mobliy fo wide receiver Lacullar Mack BPi Jon ford 15 yard line. But the Tornado Blye for the TD with
MoBley kick.Time 0,00,JO. defense held the Wildcats to five : in the fourth period.
.
Inn etak,
21) Bradford High- Wide receiver Vlnnla B'Vo.U '
yard pats from OB Reggie shalllald. EPi yards, and then blocked Baker's : FL
Jenkins,kick.':21.4Q field goal attempt. And, Julius play, the first by Brad
31 Bradford High31yard field goal' by Allan Harden had presence of mind to pick second half, saw Blye ful-
Jonklnf. 2.17 4O up the blocked field goal which is behind the nearest Baker 964-7600
just like a punt, and return it to the
The Wildcat TD.., Jenkins added the .
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Baker 45 yard line. kick.
Baker scored first on a bizarre On the third possession Bradfordwas
last-minute first half drive amid a moving the football but a motion 5. Prizes
comedy of errors and helped by penalty and a four yard sack of QB the football 14 yards tied 7-7. The Tor- l For
Bradford penalties. With 45 seconds Regie Sheffield stopped the effort at ,
the 34 yard Baker punt BSCostume
the Bradford 31. ,

. BHS Preview-For then got loose for a
Upcoming to the Baker 25 when
sealed off the left
t
Bradford gridders will have to be per carry average and who has sprinted untouched l
careful not to let down too much scored 10 toudhdowns, should be Baker's Maurice OctfSl "
him out of bounds at the 1990
against Paxon High, the homecoming ready Friday night. Hopefully,
Three Charles
game foe this Friday night, Oct. however Hankerson can be rested runs by ,
; and Goodowns
Andy ,
26, Bradford Field. some.
on ; football to the Baker 15. Come In Costume
Coach David Hurse hopes the 1-5 Coach Hurse also said some fum-
down with 2:17 remain-
Golden Eagles will provide an easy ble recovery drills and some punt ; ) :
for the Tornadoes who have blocking will be rehearsed this seeming to ease .
night .
; kick for the sake of ac- '. '... .'< ,' ''': "
been through four tough consecutive week. < \ ,,t': :< / '<(l-)
I games. .* f $etterr f p,e d \ team. the 31 107.yard field goal ,t p" ''''I'S't":/p' r'lIze'' '
; 'If Coach Hurse haslhis way q 1' l a r RtI\e; .<8X">I : up iCliJjiitJJimt
Tornadoes will build a lead whic e'MetYci'" lirlb i / :d)c'w, lye sealed Baker's fate by :Rifaiifs' (jj :
\ hard thrown which
a pass
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Please call 964-5647. after 6 p.m.CHEAP PALM MOBILE HOME: Furnished 2/2. GARAGE SALE Sat. Oct 27 from 8:30: to SUBDIVISION. MOBILE Home Iij j
2 CH/A. W/D. Skirting screeend In 12. Brownlee Rd 1/2 mile past West lots for rent water and sewer fur- LiL 205 N.
) FBI/U.S. SEIZED84 porch shed. SiriA Part 7 nished, cable tv available. 782-3333 ; Temple Starke _
VW....................$5087 Mercedes overroof.carport utility New 25 yr. YARD TFN 13
........;.$20085 Mercedes fenced bun City water/sewer on to. SALE Oct.26.27,28 on NW 40 Ave HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for Cecelia TcrwillcKnr
Waldo.Immaculate/ ((305) on Rd 229. Also dryer lor sale $100.
. . $10065 882-0540 or 964-8727. 4 7SATURDAY rent Close to prison. Call 468-1323. *TWO COMMERCIAL lOTSt ON Commercial Circle, downtown Keystone
Mu.lanO.$50Choo. from TFN 13 Heights. $...000 .
ONLY N. Pine and MonroeIn '
thousands starting $25. 24 Hour Re- MUST SIUI HAVI BUILT NEW HOUSE MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT 2 and 3 .
end must sell this Lawtey. Multi-family yard ..00e.Children' : SILVER lAKIt Adorable..brick, h._.. ... 11, A. deck beautiful view
cording Reveals Details. 801-379- home. 12x55 1980 Bedrooms. Near Prison. Call 964- "9.500.. :" -
2929 Ext. FJIA3C. U.S. HOTLINE model mobile home with 2BR IBo, clothes, stuffed animals, 6115 or 468-1323. TFN 13
CHtA. toys, bookcase headboard for bed GREAT;, RENTAL INVESTMENT! 2-itory frame apartment building located
Well
copyright. 2 pump and power pole In MOBILE HOME FOB RENT: 1/2 Mile
cluded. Must be mattress, brand new audio receiver- from on Cherry St. Stays rented but owner wants to sell and retire. Good Income
moved Now only City. Furnished. 46 -1323 TFN
MUST SELL 194 FORD VANi Custom-) $3193. or $350 collectibles, old stuff and new ,i property. Call today '
assume of
ed Interior loaded with extras. Good S160/mo. Great for starter payments home tuff. Lots of Misc. 9 a.m. till we get MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY *IXCITINO CONTEMPORARY allele NOME IN THE COUNTRY CLUB 3BR 2'/.
or
shape. Children are grown and I don't 2nd home Cell 782-3634 leave tired. Cancel if rain. Also for sale WATER SEWER CABLE.TV. 064- Both double fireplace beautiful Ille, carpet. CHIA w/double carport
need this large vehicle Can be seen at message. Anytique piano. If Interested call 964- 7498 TFN 13 garage, GORGEOUS manicured lawn with to-ground pool. It'. a wonderful

Douglas Battery Call 782-3660 1 leave 5684. MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY neighborhood to raise your kids/. ,
message. $3993. Financing available If GETTING DIVORCED must sell, 5 yrs left YARD SALE Fri.Oct 26&Sat Oct 27,3.5 WATER. SEWER.CABLE. TV. 2 Ba START MOOT HERE This lovely MX frame home In the city limit would be
you can qualify! on home. CaD Rich 443-6103.. miles N. on 301 by Tina's Beauty 1 BATH. 964-7498 TFN 13 perfect for |ust starting. out. CHIA. In good condition. Thli won't last long at

83 CHEV. Celebrity minor repairs, parts 4FOR Salon Irom 9-5 pm. 7 WALDO VILLAS now renting 2 bdrmapartments. this low low prke.
YARD SALE Oct 27 from 9 till?.Children'sclothes
and included, $1,500 firm.\ 964- SALE$189 mo.your choice 2,3 or 4 Centrally located be- *RAIFORO ACRES :3 acres on SR 14, Great piece of Investment property.Call .
faint bdrm turn ft misc. items Go
372 BR homes. Call 448-9502. tween Stark and Gainesville.. AN today for mare detail.
out SR 16 off 301 towards
1985 DODGE conversion van PW.P3 4 Lake. Blue house Kingsley electric free pest control CH/A onsite *ONLY "' .00014 BR, 2 Ba brick home In the city limits. This on.-of-o-kind
it. before
auto chrome wheels, new tires, 2- ATTENTION"No downpaymenl for land Clay County Line. on Just 7 laundry room. Ask about our .home Is In a quiet area near schools I churches. PRICE REDUCED
tone all extras. 533-2474 alters owners. Call 448-6103. 4 special Housing Opportunity. DRASTICALLY.
p.m. BIG YARD SALE.Tool Boxes full,house- more
2 WHATIII A 1991 Homes of Mont for hold appliances 2 couches, loveseat For 468-1971 or 468- *ELEGANT IMOUSM TUTOR HOMEs Price has been reduced to ..11 quick.

1981 Honda Accord Good condition New $31.850 28 X 63. Island Kitchen. Call & misc. items. North on 301 to Straw 1044.13 This 4BR. 2 story CHBA, beautiful area rug., original window dressings and
paint job. Bent offer. 533-2828. 448-9883. 4 berry Acres. Follow signs. Fri & Sat LOW RENT, EFFICIENCY' ROOMS furnished all olglnalllght fixtures. HURRY Make an appointment today to this tan.
FOR and
SALE air
$109 per mo.1990 Fleetwood from 9-5. heat dean no tastlcDEALI I .
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1983 DODGE MIRADA 2 dr. hardtop. 4NICE 2 BR delivered. CAII 4484103. FOR SALE electric stove rain.gold 7 continuous allowed roaches,964-5687 no drinking or dope 13 parties *BEAUTIFUL 1-STORY CYPRESS MOMIi 'In DeeHoot Trails. Only 2 yrs. old

loaded 2800. 964-4514. cleaning very nice $150. 964- and very well kept. This home has e wrap-around veranda w/1 acre lot that
12 x 70 2 BR. First$2.500 take.ll 3BR.2 BATH DOUBLEWIDEmobilehome.
79 CHEVY Luv Pick-up truck$300. 964-'
CaN Rich 8733 7 overlooks Sampson lake Can financed with the Barnett Bank of Jacksonville
4484103. 4 on Orlffis Loop on priv.l.acreage.SlOve .
5405 or trade. 2 NEWLYWED SPECIAL New beautiful YARD SALE Sat. only Comer of 301 & and refrig.furnished, to a qualified buyer. Cell today for more details.
76 BUICK $300. 76? Fiat$300. 73 Buick
225 Lawtey. Some of everything. *ANOTHER HOW IN DEERFOOT TftAIUi Cedar home with In-ground pool
$150 VW Parts $200. Call Sat A cottage style 3 BR 2 BA home.Glamour carpeted throughout$329 month
Sun. 964-3579. 2 bath kitchen equipped washer 7 $150 security, 282-7117 13 privacy fence on 1 acre of land located just seconds from the lake. Call today

1969 FORD P/U longbed 302 engine, 4 dryer central A/C. Very affordable . '" MOBILE HOME FOR RENT Sleepy to ... thl. wonderful buy.
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spd, low mileage $700.964-9471. $214 mo. Call 448-6103. 4 I' ""t" ", I Hollow Motel 964-5008! 13 *COUNTRY CHARMi MR. 2Ba Itrlclclf,_ home In the country on I acre
2 J (,BOATS, I Why Rent?Homes forSI.00.Repos. Gov't of land. CHIA. Appro 1450 sq.ft. Fantastic price. Must sell todoyl!

1976 VW Pop-up Custom Van excellent ': .. ',' . ... Give Away Programs) For Information *:20 ACRES Has 2-4" Wells, septic tank :3 acre fish pond, and many
cond. Fully loaded Porsche engine. i !'f JST F'otJND ; call !504-644-0670 ext. R-9579. extras..make offer today.

$2.000 or trade for vehicle of equal ," '". _. _. .., .,.." e.,.,.,'."J '"'",".., .."0''."",'o. ". l 15 FT 85hp HYDROSTREAM Johnson Outboard SKI BOAT ski with 13HOUSE *4 LEVEL LAKEFRONT HOMIi appro. 3BOO sq. ft.. 4BR. 4'/4 Ba. carpet, tile
value. 9649471. 2 Lost Golden post FOR RENT 3 bdrm. 1 bath remodeled CH/A private asphalt drive on 2 Acres w/100 ft. of crystal
Cockerpoo,a cross between speedometer gator tilting trailer with Cal 964-8991 964- waterfront....REDUCED. Call far I
I 1980 CHEV. conversion van and 1966 P/ 1989. or today new pricelTWO
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a and tires
Spaniel new A
In new loading
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U Truck both In excellent cond. Cal Crosby Lake area. Dog Is 10 years .steal at $3200 obo call 964-6001 3092. Leave meua .. 13 + 1-.c:.. LOTS, m HAMPTON OAKS UTATISi All cleared B mowed,
9643728. 2 old, on medication. Generous re- home, or 1-772-9449 work Jacksonville FOR RENT mobile home parking space. just waiting for a beautiful new home.
1989 FORD MUSTANG LLLX 5.0 29.000ml. ward for recovery. Call 964-5358. 8 Low daily or weekly rates, kitchenettes FANTASTIC COMMSMCAl.BUILDING located on Coll St West. C/B a Stucco

Dk Blue In color fully loaded. 5FOUND . available. Call 7823332. bldg. with large office., one huge reception area. CH/A, carpel tile, 2BA
Takeover pymts. Leave name A 1 male beagle In Starke 10.15- 13 nice big kitchen area. This bldg. I Is In Immaculate condition. You mutt
number after 8 p.m. 9645630. 90. No collar. Call to identify 782- ,(. NQ\'FQQ\ ,:$ :E'lWATERFRONT DW 24 X 60 3 BR 2 BA CH/A 2 lots on sae to believe how great It I. ,..... call today for an appointment.
2I 3533.5 canal off Crosby Lake near Stark.for *COUNTRY LIVING Paradise Lake. SIR 2Ba. 1790 sq.ft. Trl-level deck

I, BIGGS BODY SHOP now opened 411 S. : Sampson Lake lots. rent or sale for$5ooodwn or$29.000 parole guest cottage, many types of fruit ....... Beautiful view. 89000.
Walnut SL 964-7704. 2 ,,4NIMALSI/ : total.! Cal 964-8213 evenings. *WATERFRONT HOME
j I 2.3.4 & 5 on Breamwood Point Ap- CONTEMPORARY TRI-UVIL 4BR. 2Bo CHSA ov.r
jI I 'PETS',< FOR'SAtE prox.9.3 Ao.870 ft.on waterfront Anyor 13BEER 3,000 sq.ft. Gorgeous view of the lake from the 3rd level living room that
WINE Bar for...... 1st, last &
, all lots. ((305)) 882-0540 or 964- a connect to a huge outside deck.Two acres with an.ntl,. sprinkler' ..y.t.m.Unbellevabl.1 .
COMMERCIAL A Inventory. Juke draft
PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE security dep
BATHING dipping, grooming boarding. 6727.9 I
Cat 964-8529.
; Dogs and Oats By expo professional. 3 ACRES ON FORSYTH ROAD: By boxes 13 pooltables. *GORGEOUS BRICK HOME M CITY UMITSi Any type financing Is offered for

Reasonable rates. Shaded country owner. $13,500. Phone 1-407-464- FOR RENT trailer on 1 acre. 3 BR 2 BA this home. 3 BR, 2Ba w/CH/A. Fantastic neighborhood. Kitchen equipped,
FOR LEASE: 1.000 sq.ft and 2.000 sq. It area. 9649560.6FOR 6827.9 on Hwy 16 new prison. CaN 1-387- also washer a dryer. Must sell. Make an appt. today with Sandra Anne,
301 South. Southpolnt Plaza. 964- SALE 2 Black Labrador pups 7 mo. HALF ACRE OFF S-229. Call 964-6889. 5988 after S TFN 13 Debbie or Cecelia.

8848 or 4733627. TFN 3 old. Cat! 964-7275 6 9OCALA FOR RENT furnished p.m. apartment Threerooms *NICE MOMU HOMI LOTS OWNtR FINANCE Low..low..aown payment,
AKC
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-- white mahogany A s REAL ESTATE a Bain.Utilities included.: Adults Fantastic neighborhood, call today.for an oppt..Thote lots won't last long.
Shetland
Sheepdog male,stud.
: V-& only 964-5970. TFN 13 HURRY.
F.'ERS ; (miniature collie) contact 964-9560. '
OUT OF AREA
3 Bedroom. 1 Bath CH/A. carpet deck
furnished. Anne TerwiUegar tirowniandra Terwillegar(
HUDDLE FREE 1 year old Brittany Spaniel female NATIONAL FOREST: woodedlots front porch apllanoes $375. 473-7541
HOUSE. a Successful month with 1
year plus deposit year 964-4211
to good home. Good with kids. Needs river access. $5950 each. No per
old. exciting growing southeastern ..... 4 miles north of Starke on 301
fenced yard.All shots. Call 964-2918. down. $71.41 month. Owner.
money
restaurantchain. tonowftaoehjsingln -6.. 1-236-4579 or 1.622-2438 TFN to NE 50th ...I.tIt NE 11111 .right .b
this
7" area
other surroundlno com- sign. Phone 1-778-0314 13

= I ra al lvr ,=:.r.,\...... '.J',' .....Rescue.-. .......-...Iia& 9.1 J I j r\ (WANTED: ;1 -FOR dbfwlde RENT half or slnglewlde.acre mobile home We furnish"lot for IOSSESS l) ._VA.H1)D

for a ation franchise package water A sewer. Cable available.964-
Call Sand Law 1-800-476-4833. We buy tools all types new or used for 7895. 13 HOMES available from governmentfrom

HUDDLE HOUSE INC. 18 cash. Call 964-8961 leave messaae. 3 BDRM In country. Huge yard near
ATTENTION I I will pay cash for your prison. $250 mo. 100 sec. Call 964- $1 without credit check. You
mobile home axles and tires. 473- 7650.13
:Ufifl'; Leave message. 11 2 BDRM MOBILE HOME for rent turn or I
LAND WANTED. Need Immedlatary-lg untum. $200 mo. $100 dep.call 964- repair. {Also S&L bailout properties.Call .

farm, timber or waterfront prop. 20 8704.13
acres to 5,000 acres. Write to Mr. FO Ref CLEAN 2 BDRM A A. PETS 1-805-682-7555 ext. H-3659 for
Terry Clayton P.O. Box 2299 Lake $50 weekly. p
City, FL 32056 or call 904-755-4606. 964-6232. 13David
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*BEAUTIFUL 3M. 1 Ba. home with CHtA an 4 acres with a 21R/1 eA mobile
home used for rental. All this and more CALL TODAY for more details. 108-90
*PRICE REDUCED on this' cute 3BRV2BO home In the city close to schools. Price ';\.964-6182 K.19645823, t*: S S S N S 1 S

reduced to(33,000 with assumable mtg and same owner financing. 97-90
*TIRED or CITY LIVING Build your dream home on this beautiful lot on

Sampson Lake. Lot six Is 100x730 with owner financing. 64.90 Accelerated Realty inc.
*2BR/2BA CB HOMI with Florida room, In city close to shopping center. Must ,

see to oppr.clat. BY APP?.ONLY. .. 92.90 s
*3 LOTS ON PAVED ROAD with privileges to George's lake Lot. are 79x200 '

and you con Bt all 3 for$7800. 109-90 964-4544
SAMF. ON LAKE Over 1V4 acre, doublewide compl.t.ly remodeled. Ig. OUTLAW

screen porch nice long dock. 'S1"90 Hwy. sot S. I
,CHERRY STREET| Lg 4BR/2Ba two story.'Now ranted for $425/mo. Plus v.,- L Remy FL 1.E..f

satll. 8 room2 bath block building. 44'90 Starke. (** ._
*GRAHAMi Lg 3BR/2BA CB home fireplace chain link fenced yard. '/ acre Your Full S.rvle. Real (Estate Offio I

has 13x36 open shed. 133-90 STAZz IN. .
*EXCELLENT GOING BUSINESS Call for appointment I details. 129-90 ,/JIomes. s/Lot "!crease WaterfrontFarms

*GOLF VIIWl Building ill... t. D.dg MSA.CFIA, \ / /CosunerctalI
*KINGSLIY LAKE VILLAGE 38R/3Ba doublewide with Ig room bullion. Many : 4370

."Iro.. Aisumobl mortgage. '127.90HWY Stat Certiiiect I. N..;w "/.. flrldo. Steve. Rafrl. Dloh_...... CH/A. Sun
301 Ni 38'/2Ba on approx. 3/4 acre. Only $32,900. Own.r Estate-Appraiser I Deck. 2240 H. Oarag. Well a Septic 1 Ac.. "5.000.
'Inanclng. 126-90 Jp33 550. -' : I .1..79 ACRES IN THE COUNTRYl A"_. CB w/fermonenl Paint Stucco
*REPAIR GARAGES Several bay doors high ceilings. Hwy 301 N. Owner S I3M/2BA. QUA. lrepI_. femUy Room. Snack Bar Laundry Room. ,

financing. 690BEAUTIFUL 1 lOxte UtIlity tld. w/W.ter Elect.. "'.000.
COUNTRY ESTATES 20 acres, workshop, born Ig open shed jl |riff lg'ip.ifHi.s.| : ( | .IANDBCAPEO CORNER lOTl 3U/... C. Mom. large> Family Roam
Ibaautlful stocked fish pond with .Island and bridge. Owner financing. 119.90 S I w/Adelfllnfl Screened 1'ordI.. CN A. Rene. ..... a Dlshwa...... BOO

*UB,500 COMFORTABLE HOMES CH A. walking distance to shopping. 68.90 S' 7S.GOO.
EXCELLENT VA ASSUMABU In nice neighborhood.Call for details. 148-90 'ON TiN WANI 3M/MA NarweakM Brick. Living. Dining. Family I s
CHtA 1100 iq.tt., 73x400 lot, $33,000. S
*OWNiR FINANCSl CB 2/1
BEDROOM.2 tfl on 30 acres In lawt.y. J50-90 I Rooms. CHBA. 2310 SF perches, >.B Acres "'.000.
*FOUR 1300 j.N..
3/2 wood stave,aver
*COUNTRY HOME ON 3 ACRES great room I Horns Well A Septic 1 Ac.,
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*NEW UfltNOi SBR In town.Walk to schools. $55,000. a'MT a PEACBTUU 3lllltaA Two-Story

*REDUCED 451/2110.Own.r says make offer. 72.90. BROOKER AREAS NICE NICE I DW 3/2 with lots of extras 11/2 acres fenced., $ .C'N 2H"ItA'Icr..tI Porchee. 14.14 UtIIIViwriBiywAO s
In Heights. Only O FIR|
COUNTRY HOME On 10 acres Keystone
*BEAUTIFUL STORY *CASUAL ELEGANCE Brick 4BR. 2Ba. F.P'all' appliances, pool 9 ac ....
'., 6 y...old. 4BR72Ba abov -oround pool.Horn Only In 78.900 City Umlts. Approx.154-90 HI DOUBIEWIDE on 1.37 acres, total electrk. extra nke. $4,300. 1N.M.aIdg.ACIIIS Well IN I SeptIC.TIN M ....... MN CHA. Stove a S
Nice Keystone .
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*LAKE GENEVA EXCELLENT LOCATION walk to everything CB. 1200 sq. ft. 3/1. CH/A. I
leoo.q.ft..38./2Ba.lg'amlly room.Only$91,000. 135.90TODAY' 1 Immac. cond., landscaped yd. $40,000. '
+CONNERLY ESTATESBrick 3/2. on acre
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lot In Lakeside Hills with lake privilege for COMMMOM PROPWVS S.WALNUT
$ SPECIAL 79x100 .... .
*CONVENIENT FENCED YARD. 2 BR. 1 IA. "pen.I..llvln.
Rent
114.90 I STtJBTi Tw.BulMki.s SuMolrfe far Smell lu.ln.e. For orACRBSi
$ 695. *BEST AREAS Starke. Brick. Over 2000 ... double garage on 2 large 10...

.. COMMERCIAL OFFICE RENTAL SPACE AVAILABLE *40 ACRES Heavy timber. Highway frontage. Lawtey area. LN.HWY...11OU1M1 ::11IO ... .........,. plenty sf WaN. GUM _..._.--. ,
: I. *LAKEFRONT Fish I Swim. Wand cartage. Fum. Sandy beach. .&... Yerd with a BR1A ca Home. IW Mobil.
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*37 ACRESiw/doublewUe. Close to Lawtey. Will divide. Owner -cI. .
Call One of Our Professionally NATIONALLY KNOWN ELECTRONICS BUSINMSl For Sale to Quelrflad Buyer. Stoma, 4OIc6O Aute Nepal, 1hep.11apIIc Ter... 4 Well. 3 Acree..1ASt
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Trained Staff Today.._964-5069 BRICK 32.CHwallc to shopping quiet neighborhood. ,
*LAWTIY AREA Spacious older home. 3/2 Owner 'Inon .d. aBLaa S
Aftfr Hour CaU T'JS...Realtor A..oc 4t..: NON QUALIFYING Assumable mtg. 3/1. In town. $34.000. 4Ii ACRBti Cen lie ....-..... N SO Aw.Trod.. New Lawtey.

Irene FaulJrn'r..964.6142 *BEAUTIFUL 2 STORY brick a cedar farm home. 4/2 1/2 BA on 3* Acres. B F.eBliUS M Hwy 221.'
*FARM HOUSE BARNS on 3 ac. Good area.Close to Starke. REDUCED HOME ND toils Hwy ..W.C1hr w..er a ........ Owner "-' '' .
Darlene Godwin.....468-2503 1300 SF. 1 REDUCED HORN BLDG. L01If ahoy 0aIII1IO. ........ .
*CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITEi3 BR.CH/A. ac.
Warren '"Woody' Rydtr.....964-9040 *US :301 SOUTH large triple! wide 3/2 On 4.' plus ac. Close Ml J FOmiB.ACMBtACTU' .......... ...,. Fr nt.ge. Ownernnondna. .. '
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J Thomat (Tom) Qrott..964-6786 LAWTEY AREA Nice SBR, 1 1/2 BA. 4 sep. rental., ell en 1 acre.. TI HROS BWMM infiapaoilT. Oils Mk Owner g.t

'j Ilttie Mann.4682502 *COMMERCIAL U.S. 301 frontage Owner finance. S plus eeres. EVB/ NOW
Jenny 4 BUILDING LOTS IN STARKS and Country club ere Acreage,, large end S TBPe s-f--.95 E MOedd 154.7 S
Connie Williams.....Property Afgr. !tmoll. Iti11 G.e.a 91.. 1.

WATERFRONT Crosby lake Canal 1 levee DW. $34.000 ewer Nnenoe.We ; S S
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71 FORD Potittve traction rear end with ... CLASSIFIID ADVIRTISINO should' be sub- WAnmOMf-SBR/atA on Spring. take,

350 gear*.$1 SO;Realistic channel REACH-IN COOLERS. 3leg... CHAIN LINK FENCE: installed. Free. milted to the Lake Region Monitor office IW MOBILE HOMf-nft/lVttA. CM/A wrap-around d.ck1 waterfront.
CB $30. 2 front Monroe go shocks coolers, Flake loa Machine. cash timates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO., In writing and paid In advance 1/2 mile from radllflM In Kaytlon 74500. 473-024 sleeve
for a Ford 4x4 only used for 3 month register 2 digital scales. All new. owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559. unless credit Is olreody establishedwith Height lit month .rant phi Mcuritydepo.lt. me.....4chgIO'.1I.1..2S/ i
250643939. 12 $12,000 or sell separate 1-800-874- TFN 17ALTERATIONS this office.MONITOR ..4734473. 2HglO.1-JS Sunup MnaC-Mome. 3M/2IA split plan. I
FRESH CUT ALICIA HAY IN ROLL Mulch 8465.12 buttonholes STAFF CANNOT BE HELD M/1BA-lok Hlllcreet. 9SSO month. oak cabinets. frepSeathocIroI cell-
for landicaping 782-3140. tfn BEARY SPECIAL KIDS Big Clearance : zipper, hem off,and RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Phone 473-4M7 or 475-575 arHc 6. Ing*, Extra nke. $..000. 473- 2M or
12MANDl Sale. Now taking baby furniture on patches.eto. Drop pick CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER ltpdlO23IB 4734040. 4lchgV.27.10.lf -
) HOUSE PORTABLE building, consignment Call 964-BABY. up. 7 day a woek.7am-8pm.964-from THE TELEPHONE. *, FURMISHIO-CoHoae en lake COOL OPF' i In this above around pool m
5587. Pinehurst
12EASY ._ .__ Variety across Classified' deadline 'Is nooo.m.Tuesday Geneva Urw. MM.$30O/mo.including the iummor. Stay toady worm by this
garage green- Southslde Elem. 100-TFNHANDY
Hwy
houses. DOWN .. ..' prior to Thursday's publication utilities.. 1-3B9-B21B. ltchglO-23 wood stow In the winter. 3BR/3BA.
PAYMENT -
NO ,
Hwy "" 17
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Minimum ward /IIA-UnfumI...... Milrni.
charge I i.$3.50 for IS MM In rick. Fenced. Etabllhod wbdM.lon
301 12 South. 064-8348 TFN12X21 lHE. e\We B ) MAN: Bargain Rate*. Painting than IS cant for each: additional word S250/ma"h. $100 ."111. Call In dV """tI. AMumable mortgage

) Plumbing Elecencat Decka.AddiIlonI.MaIOf' If bills are mailed out, there will be a 473.2':!' 93. ItchalOVaSMM with no qualifying. $7f.OOO. 473376.TFN .
CARPORT $990.NO DOWN
Repair :25Yrs. Experience. $3.00 billing charge. ON DMR.Spring. to**. 14'wk* wWilarge
PAYMENT.I House portable WORKI! EXCELLENT PAYI! Assemble Local references. Woody. 064-5405
Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171, screened porch. '211/_.
building Hwy 301 South Starka.064- product at home. Cal for before 7 a.m. or after 6 p.m. for best .
1848 TFN 12 information 504-M 1-8003..rt 9579. result TFN 17 Keystone Hi*., FL 32656 473.2252. ltpdlO-25 Owe OMwfcW N.........

OAK FIREWOOD Stacked and delivered 15WOMAN STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE CLEAN MOBILE HOME. 2 BR 12
.$50 -ful size pickup load. Call to do maid work. Mutt live In. SALES AND SERVICE: All makes Bath on 1 1/2 Mr**. Clay County '*R/1BA NOMI-on Lake Hlllere.t.
Tim. 496-3365 or 964-5100 Private room.50 year of ape+up or and model cleaned oiled and adjusted $250 mo.plus tap. 473-25M $.....000. $3.000 down. 10 percent' In.
12 husband ft wife. 064-7184 ask for $15. New and used sewing FOR SALE 13 .....t. Payment s.oo per _tho
Ml CLEVELAND MOTOR $450 can Boss. 15$40,000yrl machine Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan Phone 47J-4347 of 4755675'after" 6
TobJe O'Neal 064-3939 after 5pm.OENUINE READ BOOKS and TV Road) 064-8733 TFN 17 SATELLITE SYSTEM-repotiaiied due to p.m. 1tpd19-23
12 Script Fill out simple like/don't like' WILLIAMS DISCOUNT AUTOMOTIVE divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing SERVICES
CUBIC ZIRCONIA JEWEL. form. EASYI! Fun relaxing at home SERVICES: Quality work at lowest down. $39/mo. 12721031. LOST
ERYat below wholeule CATALOG beach vacations Guaranteed paycheck price.AH work guaranteed.9643412. 4tchg9/6-J7

$1. Gemini Gem. PO Box 746 24 HOUR Recording Reveal YFN 17PAINTING SATELLITE SYSTEM-llka new 6 mo. old CAREER IN MM BSTATE-We Tram.We. FAMILY PtT-ln Keystone Area. Female
Stark. R. 320912 601-370-2955 ExL FE1A3B AND PRESSURE WASHING: with scrambler. Nothing down. walker hound white and brown. Tat.
CRT computer, monitor and deluxe key. 15JOB Free estimates. Mike Cole. Call after $49/mo. 1-272.1018 4tchg9/6-27 BILLS on Realty LAWN Corp. 473-41 chat/30.....Mn.. too mMe hind .leg. Pkmw call Dale at
UHVKI-Mowma. .
board device all working must cell. OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA 5 p.m., 064-4111. 17 473-W43. ZtchglO-IB-23
$75.909 N. Thompson SiPIANO Openings available in several areas, BE A PARALEQAL-Accredited member 'Gu Ou.wlUr1, Pd.Pal.Ad.PIANORetponilbla edging. Call 473-015. 4tpdlO-25-H-l5

12 will train. For Intl.call: 708-742-8620 NHSC Attorney instructed Home DO YOU NSSD-REPAHW Call Bill to your homo ermobil.homef Ow Ouewller. ,......." .
FOR SALE. Responsible party to ext 362 15 study Fin. aid avail FREE CATALOG party to assume .. at 473-9470.
.
assume mail monthly payment on NEED EXTRA INCOME? Be an Avonrepresentative i-800-669-2555 SCI Boca RAton mall monthly payments on spinet 4tpct1Cl-4-It. .
spinet piano. Can be eon locally. for Information cat A. 33432 17 piano. Can be teen locally. Credit IMNOOI-li held at Kaplane M."lce.e
Odldept 904-254-8481. Ramona at 7823068. 15 EXPERIENCED MOTHER will watch and D.pt. 904.254.848t. 3tchg10-18-23-ll-2 American Legion Foot :2O2 on Hwy 21 CARS
12FOR HOSPITAL JOBS start 14 FT. PIBERCLASS-Boat. on Saturday night* at 7 p.m. and on .
$6BOhr.yourarea care for your infant In my home. Excellent For more information
SALE 42 oal elec.Hot Water Heater. No exp.necessary. For Info call reference 964-3521. call 4733682. 2tchglO-l8-2S Sunday afternoons ot 2 p.m. $*(HMCUHV-lynic,AC.runt great.Good
Cal 964878212 1-900-226-0399 1799.6am-- 17CUSTOM POOL TABLI-$3SO cash or trade. One- 3moa.pdl C-4/12-IO: mileage. $150. Call 4737411..

FOR SALE matching sofa & chair $250. 8pm,7 day$12 phone fee. WOODWORKING & repair, place slate. Good condition. Coll David ltchalO-25
Cal 782-1261. 12 15POSTAL addition, repairs remodeling mobile 375.8835. ltpdlO-25 CUSWtLEM-pd.Pol.Ad. $4 OUM CUTlAU-Clera IS. 54.000
FOR SALE Utility Trailers Mobile Home JOBS 11.41 to 14.90/hr. For homes cabinet* and craft Phone 2 BOATS-Moped wedding dress, Kimball original Immoculate mlkn/ V6. AT
Exle 782-3680.( 12 exam and application info call 219- 473-4018 after 5 p.m. 300 Deluxe Organ. 4730249. AC. AM-FM. CC. Tilt. No problem/
FOR SALE Yamaha 175 3 wheelers 769-6649 ext FL214 gem Opm 7 RQC.0052543 Senior citizen llchg I 1025IB WILL BABYSIT-ln my hoMe. Monday. Cash only I $3900 firm. 473.7290.itpol423 .

reasonably priced) runs perfect Cal day. 15 pedal rate 17 FT. CAMPING-Trallar $700. Two tires Friday day. No Infant $45.00 par
72-1077 after 6 p.m. 12 WATKINS NEEDS A REPRESENTATIVEto CUSTOM PAINTING commercial residential 12x15 on Dodge rims $50. Pipe week.473-2147.1tchelo.25 $7 UeAROM TURBO-20 Coupe. SBmpg
AUCTION Nov 3 at 10 am on SR 225 sell high quality products meet ,signs,artwork all. types paint- bumpers: on.2'/"with steal grill one NItO CARPET"IHfTALUDf, weeper- Hwy. dean qukk. AC. AM-FM Can.,
Between 301 a 18. Antique, milo interesting people earn good money Ing'. Call 964-8529. 17 5" with wellcaps, buy both for $100. Call INMANS Carpel Sorwko. Power widows locks, CC. Tilt Trip
and farm equip and other ham*. ehourel-0904-7823068 FREE ESTIMATES cleaning hauling. Steal toolbox for full-size truck $30. 4.02n3.4rpdlO-IMo.2S.11/1 Computer 9,000 ml..... Nice car, each
Everything must go. 10 %" buyer esjoyfexi clean up repairs painting and car Steal dog box $100. Not worklng-nxd NEED A CAtrtNTOf-OuoHty work and $51000 eke 473-729O. 1tpdlO-25
premium chg. Method of pymt cash or WATKINS NEEDSAREPRESENTATIVE pentry. Call 964-4872. TFN money. 473.0713. ltpdlO-25 FREE estimate. Call "".7In.
certified chk.964-6778. 12 to sell high quality products meet 17SQUEAKY 2tpd10-25-1M YARD SALES
MUST SELL 28 wide.3 Ba 2 BA loadedwi Interesting people earn good money CLEAN cleaning service now SWIMMINO POOt-Ropolr. service,
fun 2 x 4 interior a exterior walls. en ylexiblehotxs,1-0904-7823068 ha* Monday openings available! Call FOR RENT cleaning general maintenance." 12
Deluxe carpet deluxe fum.. deluxe TFN 15 Greg 964-6692 or Tom 964-4106. years experience. FREE _'-1M. 'See o-IIW Pd.F.LASATURDAY2Hk. /.
appl glamour bath for only $258 BE YOUR OWN BOSS. Take order for 17 LAKI ACCESS or 3BR mobile homes. 475-546. 2tchg1012SBABVSrrnNOln
mo. Cal today 604-752-1452. publication. Big profit by phone. COMPUTERIZED FULL CHARGE Bookkeeping $145/1155 per month. Lake Geneva my Keystone ....... a .a 4. >
12NEW Housewives retiree perfect Cat done in my home No service R.ntol..473.7:166. 6mopd7-90-1-91 e.m. to 6 p.m., $30/wook. For more In- cu1otecI "-- Y.iIS
HOME 1991 Destiny 24 x 48 3 BR 904-964-7694 Ext. B 15 too large or loo small. VERY reasonable FURNISHED EFFICIENCV-Aporlm.nl on formation please cell Dan et enythkq....../--' .... 1
2 BA w/ wood siding shingle roof. REMEMBER? Fuller Brush Co. Ful a rate*. Call 964-8057 after 6 p.m Lake Geneva. Neat and clean 4730062. 2tchg 1 0.25-11-1 on 21 to GeaI...... turn right to WMwPlain

Sturdy floor w/ 10 year warranty.Housetype part-time rep needed. Call 964-5760 Mon. Fri. 17 $275/plus tax par month. Include WATKINS N EEDSAREPRESENTATIVEb *Way go to...... 1tpd10-2S
door frost free fridge. Set or 782-3356 after 7 pm. 15 ulilltl MOVING SAla-Swan Lake' lard off 100.
4732919. 4tchglO-25-ll-15
up for only $232 mo. Call today 004- .*>! high QUaNty ptuuuci meat .
HELP WANTED must have current CPR ONI BEDROOM-Cottaga 1 block from tat. 9-3. Little everything./ Some onnaua -
752-1452. 12 and First Aid Cert or be qua). CNA. Library. $2SO/month. water and yiltiexi'blehours0904.7823061TIN *and plant 1tpdlO23HUOa.Yarcolo
FOR SALE sweetpotatoe $10.00 BU. Apply In person only Pleasant Valley Included. 473-4961.a.m. to 4:30 garbage Saturday..,5976 South
Call 064-7678. 12 Care Center, 905 W. Madison St.. 4tchglO-4-8S 15BRADFORD Spring take Road. ltchglO-23
CLEARANCE SALE. An merchandise in 15EASY p.m. SEPTIC TANK SERVICE:

our tore I II 20% off regular price. WORKI EXCELLENT PAYI! Assemble 30 red.FT. CAMPER-for rent. Single p.a .r- Septic tank pompom at reasonable 3 FAMILY QARAOE'.SALE sat Oct
Stephen Smith Lumber. 7 mile S. of products at home. Call for .7' furnished AC/Cabla/full bath. Everything price\ also drain line repair Start 27.730 ..m. Fum. Al size
clothing
except cooking $240
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Starke on 301.468-2624 1' go p.r 64-6121.TFN 17
Information 504-641-8003xL 0570. tort. .
month.ISO Call off
Deposit. 4732667.
CYPRESS 1x6x8 $2.20; 1x6x10 $2.75: 15GENERAL FLOOR SAQQIN.DOOR 214 oppN.rto.LOo adoTree7Lakea
4tchgll-1-8-13-22-29: ._
Smith DRAGGIN.HOUSE OUT Of
Stephen Lumber 468-2624. 7 OFFICE CLERK Working wV
mi. S. of Slant on 301. 12 LEVEL??iARue Lauding Service forate
public answering helping
telephone 'Gu. Gu.wller', pd.Pol.Ad WANTED
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS..... Everything set up new accts typing light book- your touodaten.*...... 471-7721.

In our store la 20% otl regular keeping and filing. Exper.wI comput- TF... 17 .... t" ri, ,:I''I"r' 1 LEI-yy-din".,..... .P ..1, fram'III.J
price.Stephen 468-282.7 ml.S. ell and WP'I helpful.All replies wW be j HI I p *a f neVi.-Ji .c :a,bwfhuN : :)d ral> L : I'l'no LAX. a
of Starke on 301 kept confidential.Send resume to P.O. : .Sni' 1 tae 6Hyw.34lQ Cot 4 p.m.
12FOR Drawer A, Starke FL 32091. Union Ads CoIl .
I 47J-44TO. 4tFN
SALE 21 ft boat, AMF deep V w135 / 15 County I WANT TO BUY tlMBM-Call 47344S4 for

HP Johnton. Motor needs power The City of Starke I accepting application RSI actinia Pleoie leave name and
pack. $3.500 080. 064-2663 8:30-: for the position of Firefighter. number. 3rpdlO-l l-IB-29
SAO: or 473-0045 after 8 p.m. Involve shl work.Min.requirements FOR SALE HELP WANTED

12.fOR are Certification graduation from an Owewler M.rJ(4.S .
SALE 70 Ford Courier cold A/C. 4 approved high school or GED and a Ow
sod run good.$695 OBO. 964-2663 valid FL Chauffeur (License. Application PIANO FOR SALI Responsible Party to TEXAS REFINERY CORPORATION need
reliable and creative.
530800: : or sea at intersection of will be received until 5 p.m. assume small monthly payment on mature person right now In Lake Butler AMSTBSS-Fat.
Thompson and Weldon. 12 Fri. Nov.2.Apply at City Hal Starke. spinet piano. Can be seen locally. area. Regardless of training writ Cell 473-3BH. atehalO-IB-aS
OENUINE TURQUOISE JEWELERY Personnel Office! 209 N. ThompsonSt. Credit Dept. 904-294-8481. Stchrg. W.B. Hopkins. Box 711 Fort Worth TX
from New Mexico. Starling or Rhodium .. 15HOMES 10/18, 10/25. 11/1. 76101.
ring, bracelets, biker lewelery.f 170 MODEL 340 WINDSOR 4 barrel! car-

1 catalog-Gemini Gems PO Box 'i FOR 'S'ALG'' buretor. $250 or best offer. 4962889. YARD SALE

746. Starke FL 320912 .. ,. .. .. 2tchrg. 10/18 10/25.
FOR SALE Cannon Fax/phone/copier. TABU 4 CHAIRS. CHINA HUTCH AND GARAGE SALE Nov. 2 and 3. Lottie

Las than 1 yr old. $550. 064-4514. PERFECT FOR HORSE: Brick home on BUFFET call after .:30 p.m. 4963402. Garage, 3/4 mil.SR 100 W Lake Butler.

12RIDING 1 acre+. All fenced. Excellent location. 2tchrg. 10/25. 11/1. Classified Ads .--
LAW MOWER $150. 064-2372 Priced to MR. 468-2895. AKC PUPPY (DOBERMAN) Red-Rust 5wk.
12 18 .. old wormed toils cut also AKC
Chow pups with shots call anytime, CARS AND TRUCKS Get Results
BY OWNER 3 Br 2 bath brick. Country _
1.,11. t "9"' A9" 1t hrll Ifl/M
Club Estates 65000.cal 064-4550
HOUSE FOR SALE 16HOME PERSONAL SERVICESWIU. "M FORD MUSTANG LX (.0 39,000
FOR SALE 3 bdrm 2 bath.Cedar mile, Dark Blue, fully loaded takeover
Siding Cathaderal Calling, payment, after B p.m., leave
1501 E. CALL ST. Owner DRILLING AND SEPTIC TANKS Dor- 1
Clairestory Windows Oak Cabinet, name and phone no. 964-5630.
and Tank Inc.- 214
Central Heat/A/C. Near and man Wall Septic ate011 -
Hospital
Transfered. Must Sell. Inch water _II.. Pumps- sale, service .
School. Paved Dead-end street
..' Ap- REAL ESTATE
tanks, lift
Installation septic
Financing Available prox. 1200 4311165.16DIVORCES *q.ft. $49,000. Call evenings stations- Now Installation drainfleldrepairs. .

$69,900. Jona-273-2004-. Contact Bryan Jona (27S-2716.Skeeter) BEAUTIFUL 1.3 ACRE LOTS Choice of 4 _ _/ _ _"

pER$9N.L'ERV'CE' creek or pond lots, down payment low *
llcentod- workguarenteod.
Alter 6 State Mamtaror
: : 964-4705 p.m.-free estimate. 1/25 5tpd. as $495 down and $64 per month. 1I[ Rotation Flatbed i
located 7 miles south of Lake Butler.
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2/22 / -
,$95-$150; WILLS$35-SO; class staring Owner financing, call 904-496-2161. m Wrecker Wrecker
or CERTIFIED TEACHER -
., 964-2413 DEEDS AVAILABLE.$20. MANY Cal MORE Bradford SERVICES CERAMIC Information.Nov. 1 on 4961562.Tues.and 2tchrg.Thur Call 10/18.for 4tchrg. 10/11, 111.MOBILE. ( .) =I

Secretarial Service, Inc., 064-2700.
tin 17 10/25. HOMES I
: :. WATER SPECIALIST: Pump and well Wl DO IT RIGHT THE fiRST TUMI Craw p B "e" a si j a
ADMINS.ASST/OFFCMGR/ all make and model Life Auto Repair, all types of repairs, all i
e repair
DESTINY 24X48 3 BR 2
work fully guaranteed. Open 85. 5 NEW HOME-mi mstrOI.9
i Onwbc company looking for individual ence.long resident Call Collier with many Grills year at 064-8529.experi. days a week. 431-1361. 2tchrg. 10/18 BA, w/wood siding shingle roof. stur. j-
swung a career in management 10/29. dy floor w/ 10 year warranty. House- |
....vktua1lhould be well organized and 17PRESSURE Houses sidewalks JOTS THRIFT SHOP Halloween type door frott.free refrigerator. Set- =; .
sOlia to kara. WASHING: Jockolantem Small Large. 121 Southof for only $232/month. Call today.
Computer experience a up
roof and
driveway, traitor, I TOWING & RECOVERYHwy. I
MUST.Noa-anolditg office.Company Lake Butler/ to Worthington Spring 904-752-I4S2.
roof 064-6341.
offer*competitive salary and fringe repair Call Terry Make a right at flowing lights on CR 1 8 MUST MIL 28 wide, 3 BR, 2 BA loaded =
beaofit*including fully paid health and Park TFN 17 3rd place en your left.Open 8 a.m. to S w/full 2X4 Interior and exterior walls. I .
REMODELING:New construction no Job 301 South of Starke
Deluxe Deluxe furniture i
life faunrance and profit sharing too big Of'littIe. Call 064-7217 after 5 p.m. Itpd. 10/29. carpet both ,
HOME Janice deluxe ,
WILL AYSRN MY appliances wglamour
program.Fleas send salarynqntaement p.m. or 064-3818 anytime (\em.nege 496-3823. 41chrg. 10/25 11/15 For onlyu $256/month. Call; today. | '
Noeoal. !
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*with resume tor Koehktr. 17
Ken Lockut' '
) PIER RSTtMATIS Need House Painted. 904-752-14S2.' :: 964-7490 24 Hr. i
ADMINS.ASST"cPC.MOR. WANT TO DRINK,THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS Mobil Home Cleaned* Call DonWilliam
Need
P.O.Drawer A WANT TO STOP? THAT'S
10/29. 11/8 Service
*at 496-2953.3tpd ii
Starke, Florida 32091 OURSI Alcoholic Anonymous*. 964- CARPENTRY. PAINTING. SHEITROCK. FOR RENT = Service

3619. 1184-04150. 8tU-88l4. 17 POPCORN CEILINGS yr.. exp. James 'IIIIII.II" I.IIII.II.IIIIIIIIII! _
Addison,496-3028 call anytime.Itchrg. RENT OR RENT TO PURCHASE $160 to
10/29. $200: monthly. Security Deposit required.
Sid's Mobile Home Park behindS
Wroubel Timber AFFORDABLE! TRAILER FOR RENT 3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath first
and last months rent. Raldford area. "
431-1714 after S. Jlchrg. 10/1. 10/25. Homes Inc.
). T.H.E.APARTMENTS ,
22 BEDROOM MOIRE HOMES In

We Pine residential area. $100 per month with w'
Buy Trees in $100 Security Deposit. Call 496-3452. Custom Builders


yard or onuncleared: lots.. 922 E. Brownlee St. nights 10/25. and weekends. 2tpd. 10/18 US 301 S., ((11/2 ml from Staikc)

Rd. LOT FOR RENT 1 acre, shaded lot Septic
Camp Standing tank and power pl_. Near War Are ready for "Your Dream ..
; 8Urke. TL 32091 you
Ricky Wroubel thlngton Springs. Call 496-2709 after 5
Call Anytime 282-2431 964-7133 p.m. Itpd. 1018. Home to come to UM" Brtnf your
dreams or plans to Lan tcharp

:. __ ., J 2 at 3 BR. family oriented with Homes and let the prcfetstonal itaffHelp .
laundry & large playground. make your dreams come user,

: '. : V.A. Ii H..A. & FREE Electricity Bret month. NOTICE Vfe feature PERSONALIZED BUILDING at Longchamp
.
: Rent 30%' of monthly Income
your five.
, 1 quality. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted Homes. CUSTOM DESIGNING for die way YOU Bring us

CONVENTIONALHOME 'ifyou earn$3.35 per: hr.. 40 hr*. a to me Union County Times office your penciled sketch or rouri draft.Our in-staff design. artist will
..'... .,. week&have 3 dependent, your /In writing and paid In advance YOUR needs.
rent would be about f 112 a monthor unless credit I I. already establishedwith wont with YOU to sandy
:. !FINANCING 3.73 per day for days left In the this office. We also have financing available. Harold Davis. Mortgage
... '. month for move-In after the lint THI TIMES STAFF CANNOT Bl MILD located in
Gainesville
1" Broker with Mortgage Company our
Qualified Single RISPONSIBll FOR MISTAKE IN
I' Call. Harold K., Davis Move-In coat can blow a* CLASSIFMDS WHIN AD IS TAKEN OVER office complex. Or if you prefer,we win wok with YOUR

F 10.00 towrneomeSM2.4ftou.Cn0 THI TEUPHONE. lender to obtain financing.
I
GAINESVILLE Classified deadline Is MONDAY. 9 t
MORTGAGE ."',-@rPh.9&t.3739= n.IB JL: '1'buYGualW P.M.. prior to Thursday publication. LET YOUR DREAMS BECOME REALITY! Check: with
Minimum charge I* 19 word for$3.50..
*-*.Office .....__ 301 Sooth then 19 cent for each word thereafter. LONGCHAMP HOMES TODAY. Call collect 9041J64.6853PaKel.l1 )


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Breaking Bkker-Tops: For Hurse hi




Coach David Hum got the best Baket'* ,Lemoyne Williams, who side, and rim the football to the slot
received 4.t he could possibly have averages over 100 yards per game side. The play worked the entire
when hU 1990 grinders got and has scored 10 touchdowns, was game Hurse said. .
In the driver's seat for'a District .limited to 51 yards on 13 carries,just With the middle linebacker and
3-3A title with a 10.7 win over Baker under four yards per carry.: Baker, middle guard out of the way, and
High.Bakr. ,5-0 going into the game, was held to with Baker crowding the line with 11
was primed to beat the Tor- 112 yards;! on the ground and 75 In the seven defenders and,sometimes, 8 }
nadoes. Baker was at home before a ,air. or 9 anytime a seam was created in
capacity crowd ,In the Baker High .' Tornadoes defenders, drop end the line the Tornado back bad 8 or 10
ltadiWD1 and people who/could not Julius Harden linebackers Andy yards.Fullback.
lined the. fenceWildcats And, the' ,Goodowns and Philip Crawford Robert Hankerson got 65average
,
by Coach: Danny Green's .rover back Robert Hankerson, sam 13 carries a 5-yard
I admission, had practiced for the linebacker Wyatt Collins, weak side before going out with a hip
Bradford game for three weeks. 'end' Clayton Manning, and comer point injury. Then Allen Jenkins
Now, 'unless they let down too backs Chris Snow and Robert took over, running for 92 yards in 11
much and beat themselves, the Tor- Nichols stopped Baker's bread and carries, an 8.4 yard per carry
nadoes have a good shot at their first butter end sweeps.' average, built up by a 40 yard
District title since: 1985 when they And, the Tornado offensive line scamper.
were 100. and hard running backs moved the Quarterback Reggie Sheffield and
BHS was down in 1986 (3-7) and 87 football on Baker.,Bradford moved running backs Allen Jenkins, Robert .
(6-5). Coach Hurse thought he had .'the. football so. well, in fact, that Hankerson,and Charles Boyd all did ----- -
good shots at the District tide in 1988 Coach Hurse felt it was better than a great Job, Coach Horse said.
and 1989 but the Tornadoes went 9-1 passing. Coach Lanier Clyatt said the consistent A Stingy Bradford Defense...

'both years, losing 2-0 to Santa Fe in Why pass when it might be InComplete offensive line dominated the Strong end Allen Jenkins. No. 13. rushes up to stop The Bradford defense held Baker to 11} yards
88. and 14-7 to Baker In '89. costing four or five yardsor football game, consistently blocking Baker's Lemoyne Williams No. 20, from turning the rushing In 31 tries. WUHar u. who usually averaged I
This season the Tornadoes were a More, 'asks the wily veteran effectively, missing only two or corner. Rushing to help out Is Inside linebacker Andy over 1M yards per game,was held to 51 yards in It car
question .mark. An experienced Coach Hurse. Bradford was simply three blocks all night. The ()'lIne Is Goodowns, ries. ,
backfield, a veteran and much- moving the football too well on the center Wyatt Collins, guards Phillip
'improved line1 bot an Inexperienced ground to take a chance on passing Crawford and Jason Norman,
defense the offense has Coach Hurse said. tackles Shawn Jenkins and Clayton noted. Tornado Tackles... "Teckles.., .
had to put enough 'points on the Baker bunched up on the line of Manning, and tight end Andy The cornerbacks supported the Name ; '" 'T, A
board so the Tornadoes could: affordto scrimmage. most of the time. Goodowns. run well but were burned on several Inside linebacker Andy Goodowns Andy Goodowns 7 2
give up a touchdown or,two per. 'But Coach Hurse used a new The defense, said Coach Roland passes,said Coach Jerry Kaminsky. led the Torndoes in tackling with 7 Phillip Crawford '4 1
individual tackles and 2 assists in
game.Nobody. blocking: scheme to nullify Baker's Cummings,set the tone of the game, Working in the defensive backfieldwere Allen Jenkins 4 1
knew how good the 1990 .inside linebacker Rock Rhoden who holding Baker on the first two Jason Lee, Vinme Blye, Chris leads the Baker High game. Goodowns Juan Norman 2. :,
the Tornadoes with 30 in-
Tornadoes.would be, including the' was credited with 179 tackles last possessions, despite a Tornado fum- Snow, and Robert Nichols. Jason Lee ,2 I
dividual and
tackles 8 assists for the
coaches. year, including 15 against Bradford. ble at the Bradford 15. Wyatt CDlllns ;,2 1Shauntel
But the 1990 Big Red has just com- Credit center Wyatt Collins with The starters played most of thegame. Coach Rune says Coach Cummings first six games.Goodowns is good at Houston .',2 0
pleted of Lee Santa Only substitute to has done of Joe Gordon 2 0
a sweep Fe and Blocking Rock Rhoden last Friday Pial.very a great job molding plugging the Inside and also at
Baker,considered to be the toughest night when Rhoden was in on just much: was the young defense. up the outside of Vinnie 81ye '2 0
district linebacker Joe Gordon No. 32. Coach Kaminski has done fine stopping game opponents 1 3
opponents, and five tackles. Credit guards Phillip a he follows the of Clayton Manning .
keys anopponent's
team as
over a tough Madison thrown Crawford and Jason Norman with Coach Cummings said Gordon has job of coaching an inexperienced offense.In Julius H.rden 1 3
in. And, the offense has produced. getting on the Baker middle guard. improved in practice, deserved a secondary Hurse said. Chris Snow 1 2
Fortunately, it was a rare cool The trio share offensive lineman of chance, and played well. Coach Clyatt has done a great job the tackle chart RObert Nichols 1 0
night in Macclenny. The cooler the week honors. The Tornado ends and outside building the offensive line. "Theyare individual below ? cans Larry Shannon 1 0
an tackle
temperatures helped the seven Tor- Coach Hurse said Bradford very linebackers plus good support from the ones that keep the football player assisted A means a Jonathan Ferguson 1- 0
nadoes who go both ways to hold out.. effectively put the split end on the the cornerbacks stopped Baker's moving," Coach Hurse says. on a tackle. Shawn Jenkins 1 0
And; the BHS defense got stingy, wing side,trapped back to the short outside game, Coach Cummings

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." ., Five Bradford High girls and four Individual, finishes:
boys participated in the 24th annual ..>.. 1))talk All.......,...... ...nILtIny_. c
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afternoon, Oct. 19, at the north campus -' ......... ...., |) (.... Wrifht. P........ ::
of Florida Community College!in '..,11, *) Paul _....... F.l..k., ..H| 10) Mmm m y :
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The' BHS girls thni Vtaced sth'.mong 14))_c....KM UllTl, It)Ml.......Owiter.ndtard. 1
the 22 high school participating .II Ml' II)H.nU. O.f.trWtaH.iliMi 17) ry
tank Unite. *KM.11,1" II) DIlly 14.15..MvtecfcM.tJtU .
with' 469 points. Renee it)Mwt ttarfe.mi*.no*. -)
Daugherty was the first Bradford'girl
runner to finish; she was 77th in Olrii' I) rmcM ...... ............. U.Jli 3)) ttery 4
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Dawn Nail finished 78th in 15:14. D-.-. Stephanie Clark placed 96th in 16"40.' ,','71'7)).....h..nl..Cl.l>. fcWtarf. ITiflTl I)_
Della 'Scott was 108th in 19-49.: : .(......."'.KM,17,1110))_.....$..itf.KH.I7tt 11))
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....... .i1m"eJaCrawfordi :,team score ..........22..... w x' 'U
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time of 17:38 :1f" -go et, says w r(1l1i.A( :
Loper Itwas a big come down from
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over the 3-mile course. Chris Vans -
Mitchell the,fast Jacksonville course, which
ckel was 94th in 18:56.
is understandable but the
runners
Gunter was 122nd In 21:43. Harold
'did well Tuesday, said Coach Loper.
Clark was 126th in 23:13.:

All these times are the best perfor- goad Rpn ers... Boys Varsity Cross Country Team... Varsity Girls Cross Country Team...
mance of the year, except for Reneer;
Bradford Road Members of the team at Bradford Members of the team at Bradford High 'are'(l-r) I
Daugherty who Is coming back off a,. The junior high boys vanity cross country High are girl's cross: country :
throat infection."It'was their best Runners ran separately before theotherrteams l-r>: Front: Mitchell Gunter and Harold Clark. Back: Chris Vansyckel Front: Stephanie Clark Angle Crawford Dawn Nail. Back Captain
u. race to date," says Coach George' arrived Tuesday. Larry Green Coach George Loper, and Mark Harden. Renee DaiiRherty, Coach George Loper, and Co-Captain Della Scott.

"I was pleased that they ran Annise Williams won the girls race
their Loper.best times of the year. I in 20:51: ; 2) Divita Williams 20:55; 3) Set For Nov. 17
.
Sports Memory Day In Starke
thought they would, because that Danny Hamm 21:10; 4) Shawna .
Burch 2905.
course is golf course fairway. type
grass." ..,1, Jacob Henderson won the boys On November 17, a Saturday, all All Old Timers and families of professional their big'drum and perform dances food, desserts, souvenirs and arts
race in 22-39: ; 2) Diwitt Revels 24:05; Old Timers and families in Bradford baseball players will be and will bring handicrafts for sale at and crafts for sale.
5-Way Meet Here:.'t", 3) Corey Vansyckel 24:48; 4) Robbie County sports Softball, baseball honored guests. There will be an their booth, which will also have Information Jones Funeral Home, Tanner
The Bradford High boys'were second Bassett 27:27: ; 5) tie: Javon Cunningham basketball will have a reunion andfamily Oklawaha family of the Miccosukeetribe on earlier Indian families Funeral Home and Haile Funeral
in a 5-way cross:country race and Greg Moss 30:17, day here In Starke. of the Florida Seminole Indian and living conditions.: Home will have tents erected for
on the Tornado course behind the Scheduled from 9..m. until 9 p.m. nation with their principal chief Lit There will be genealogy informa- seating for some of the older folks
middle school I. Tuesdayv;.afternoon, District Nov. 3... at the Edwards Road Ball Park and tle Dove. tion on some old Bradford families who come out, as well as for the
District meet Is Ball players from the newly form- of of the former American
Oct. 23. The cross country the American Legion Post Home and two books of the names guests
Only four BHS girls participated" set Saturday, Nov. 3, on the FCCJ the public, all family members andaU ed Daytona Beach Explorers, of the soliders of Florida in the wars, and Legion championship ball teams.
there was no team sc6r.> .' '.. ,. north campus: course. Bradford runs friends of any team sports in the Senior Professional Baseball Assoc soldiers of the south in the Civil War. Former high school athletic teams
o Palatka won the boys team title the first race, the girls at 8 a.m., the area, are invited to participate. atlon, will be on hand to sign There will be booths featuring and their coaches, Hurse,Hobbs and
second boys at 8:30: a.m. .-- .. ,Autographs The Indians will i bring Register, will be special guests. All
with 21 points. Bradford was third -- _.- .:. .- . youngsters should bring balls and
with Heights was
54 Keystone In- gloves for free autographs from the
with 02. Neither Baker nor
baseball, old timers. .
i terlachen bad team scores. .. ., : VOTE
) Mike The Old Timers Day is being plan
Heights won the girl'smeet Starling
.... Keystone with 32 points. Bradford, Marvin Rosier ned by Herb Thomas and W.J.
Frick Chairman of the ,
8! Baker and Interlachen did not haveS "Gizmo" planning
does not have County Commissioner Now committee. Thomas is a major
Palatka
: ": team scores. : District 2 Rep. league baseball great of (he teens
ft a girl's.team. J; Pit Pol. Adv. At and twenties, born in Sampson City
in 1902, and played professional

i i' Betty Bancroft Chevrolet Geo longest baseball tenure for 25 in years baseball-the history.second.

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i Truck or Car Needs Ends JV SeasonThe

fyS.{ ?CONGRESSDJBMpCRAT 2600 N. Main St. Junior Varsity football team
I ? j. Bus. 376-7581 has ended its season with i 12-281088
Gainesville, Fl 32601'r.4...... ....LJ"" '"""UP"q On.. to Gainesville Eastside, :Thursday.
& October 18.
i Ta The one win of the season was at
'r Macclenny,where the wildcats were
I -' defeated 204 in the third game of the
Your Vote and .
: Asks .for : Support season.

,. .. 'ONM: ,1 TMBEl .'6 I I because There of were grades. five for this starters last game out

GOLDKIST coach Harvey Lofton sa4d
A SALE FOR "The team really did improveover
must Pet&Pterkontz' the year," said the coach. The
Can
We
U.S. 301 N. Starke O O scores show a great dead\of improve--

I.' ; They tiYon't Chang aimTn Washington 904-964-7881 ment.It is. hard for ninth graders to play

:;;I" with larger schools, schools that

......':: 0" >"IiI.... ... Dom Food have 10th and 11th graders: on the
U00 0.000 teams, because of the age and size
:, The Voters ol.Bradford: ,County deserve to differences Lofton said;;"
Special Five members of the JV squad
', elect a DEMOCRAT, }who will Remain a ci...... I'UIII oft have moved up to the varsity roster:

.ii thick or'thin. Chunks } 1.IOA" Willie Cubans,Shannon Brown,Mike
.\ J"DEMOCRATthrough.- f uoSOg Ph0 'N pus
WARJgp WUkerson Chad Deese and Quentln
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l %; .' lua.laJJIP jo41 sulpnfxri "Whl '-
y; Jf That man is ETEOTTERSON who served Po 018JJI10) ) I"sZ'[ rasa sus ,6ZBr l_ Brown. :
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his country well in Vietmanwhere he was $750 ;. iSZ'Z]sJllay! 1Iu/iJlloa/ul! pa.Jrd.l' an ..qN j5j, Probable Page starters, on' the offensiveline

held 'as"a' prisoner of war for,6 1/2 years; also / per Bag Burn q awnaJfl r 0'.ey to, a"4" are: center: Wyatt Collins, No.
53; guards Phillip Crawford No. 62,
I. as Air P.orce: ;.Bass '...Commander at Johnson ". .owtwotu and Jason Norman, No. 65; tackles

AFB.N.CBUSINESS_ .... I,' '$ ISO : Clayton Jenkins.Manning No. 75, 21iHl No.,76j and, and tight Shaun end

$385 Andy Goodowns, No. 85.,
.: :'MAN-EDUCATOR .'per Bag ." .DO : & Starting In the backfield will be:
QUAIL quarterback Reggie Sheffield No.
.... .
155-12 fullback Robert Hanker-
11.
HE DESERVES YOUR.VOTE NOVEMBER 6 1I.'IIISn.c&r son No. 23, 170.12; wing back Allen
1 And running
No. 1317012.
: .." r( J"d.l W Adv,Pa14 J for by Bradford County DEC) back Jenkins Charles Boyd.. No. 40, 180.12.

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tober 28,1982.'We love and miss you
Raymond F. Nohl 1976 he moved to Oak and then to Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Foster Glover In Memorium more as the yean go by. Your wife
Raymond F, Nohl 92, of Keystone Oklawaha. Georgia Lee Smith Hudson of Fort "In loving memory of Elbert Erie and children,Elizabeth Ann, Ginger
Heights died October 21 in Bradford Survivors include two daughters, White; two sons, Gary Hudson and Foster Glover 85, of Starke died horntoji. who passed awa. _!n._Ocand.Jimmy. :
Hospital following a sullen illness. Barbara Ann Lewis of Houston, Tx Fred Hudson, both of Fort White; October 23 at Winsor Manor Nursing
Born In Ashland VI. he moved to and Sandra of Miami; his father, two daughters, Sally Le Sawin of Home following an extended Illness. *
Keystone in 1961 from Delray Beach. Elijah Strickland,Jr.of Citra; three MemphisTN, Merry K. Hudson of Mr.Glover was born and raised In SOLAR POWERED GATE OPENERS
He was a member of the Park of the sisters, Nellie Reynolds of Citra, Tampa; one brother Mr. GeorgeHudson Soperton, Ga and moved to
Palms Church and was a retired ac Louise Clements of Panama City, of Tallahassee; one sister, Lakeland Florida In 1964 where he PowerGate Systems
countant for the Riebs Grain Co., and Myrtle Coker of Bradenton; two Polly Margaret Hull of Springfield, was employed by the Minute Maid
Milwaukee, WI. brothers, Willie, of Fort McCoy and MO and 7 grandchildren. Company until his retirement In ((904)462-5495) 3 Year Limited Warranty,
Survivors include his wife, Edith J.B. of Hawthorne; and three grand- Funeral services were October 23 1976. He moved to Starke and has
B. Nohl, Keystone Heights and children.He at the Chapel of Archie Tanner resided here since. He was a
several nieces and nephews. was member of the Oklawaha Funeral Home with Archie Tanner member of the Baptist Church in the
Funeral services were October :24 United Methodist Church. Burial Funeral Home in charge of ar- Green Cove Springs.
at the Park of the Palms Chapel with was In Oklawaha Cemetery,July 13, rangements. Survivors include is brother Mr.
Mr. Ernest Woodhouse and Mr. 1990. Charlie Glover of Lakeland and 6
James Gilbert officiating. Burial William M. Tucker Sr. nelces and 2 nephews.
was at Keystone Heights Cemetery Kenneth Graham William M. Tucker, Sr. 48 of Funeral services will be held Oct. 1
under the directlonof Jones Funeral Raiford died October 18 at Baptist 25 at 2:00 p.m. at the Archie Tanner
Home in Keystone. Kenneth L.Graham 41,of Lake CI- Memorial Hospital in Jacksonvilleafter Funeral Home with Rev. David '
ty died away October 21 at Shands and extended illness. Pleasant officiating. Burial will be I: 99 DOWN 3S'PERWi:' : :l(
Ruth A. PearsonRuth Teaching Hospital In Gainesville He was born in Tampa and lived in Crosby Lake Cemetery with Archie
following and extended illness. most of his life in Jacksonville. He Tanner Funeral Home in '83 Chevy Chevette $
A. Pearson 81, of Keystone He born in Fort Smith Arkansas charge of 149
was moved to Raiford 8 years ago. He arrangements. Oood Economy Car 3639 -
Heights died October 18 at Bradford
and lived in Dillon, S.C. before
was employed with Southern Bell
Hospital following an extended illness. to Lake in 1957 where he '78 Labaron S/W
reside City Telephone Company for the last 25 Chrysler $
since. He was the son of the member of the CWA 1495
He
years. was Nice Family Wagon 3634
Born in Ontario,Chemo' Robert
late Alfred Graham of McColl, S.C. Union No. 3108 in Jacksonville and M. Oden
ed to Keystone fro and was of the Baptist faith. was a member of the Protestant Robert '76 Datsun B-210
Cromwell, Conn. Ms. 1'Lursnn was a Murry Oden 7J, of $595
Survivors include his father and
member of the Park of the Palms faith. Keystone Heights died< October 20 at Good Dependable Car #3630
mother, Mr. John O. and Sarah .
Survivors include his wife, Lois Bradford -
Church and retired for Hospital. '
a secretary Grant Roberts of Lake three 81 Pontiac Phoenix
the IBM Corporation, Hartford.CT. City; Griffis Tucker of Raiford; 2 sons, Born In Atlanta, Ga., Mr. Oden $89Sil$199
sisters, Mrs. Brenda Balara of St. Clean-Runs Good #3629
Survivors include two brothers, Marvin Tucker Jr.and Vince Tucker moved to Keystone in 1979 from
of Augustine, Mrs. Linda Heath of both of Raiford; his mother, Mrs. Douglasville, Ga. He member
Joseph F Pearson, Jr, Branford and Mrs. Karen REnee was a DOWN 40 PER;WEEK,
Laura Tucker of Mocclenny 3 of the
; Keystone Heights
Newburyport, Ma and William A. Community
Evachek of Lake
City; two brothers brothers, Brinkley Tucker of Church, Melrose :Lodge
Pearson of Vernon, Conn. No. 89 Reliant
Michael C. Roberts and John O. 81 Plymouth
Brooker, Bobby Tucker of Macclenny -
FAAM Scottish Rite $24'95'Extra
Funeral services were at Roberts Temple,
Roberts, Jr. both of Lake and .
Funeral Chapel in Georgetown. City and Joseph Tucker of Ft.Lauderdale Macon,GA and the York Temple 6 Clean Good Economy 03635
parental grandmother Mrs. Myrtle ; 4 sisters, Diane Bryant and Al Sihah, Macon Ga. He
,
Burial was in Byfield Cemetery, was a
Moorehead of 85 Ford
Laura Hill N.C.
Ranger
Byfield Mass. under the direction of Joanne Parker both of Jacksonville, veteran of WWII retired from the $1995
Funeral services were conducted Barbara Parker of Waynesboro,GA Runs Perfect 3637
Jones Funeral Home, Keystone Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army,and
October 24 at the of
Chapel Rogers and Laura Tucker of San Diego, CA retired from the Monroe
Calculating '
Heights. Funeral Home in McColl,S.C.Burial 79 AMC Concord
and 1 grandson Trey Tucker of Machine Co., Lifton, In. He was the $1695"One
Lowell S. BradleyLowell was in Tatum Cemetery with Archie Raiford. past President of Americanuslness Owner Clean Car #3623
Tanner Funeral Home in of
charge
Funeral Services held October
were -
Club, Atlanta, Ga, and
S. Bradley 95, of Keystone arrangements. 21 at the New River New Con- President of the Middle of Ga. Com- 82 Olds Frienza $
Medical died October 20 at the V.A gregational Methodist Church with puters Association. Runs Good Economy Car 3619
Center in Gainesville Rev.John W. Yarbrough officiating. Survivors Include his
wile Milll-
Vernon D. DickinsonVernon '
following a long illness. Burial was in Long Branch cent H. Oden of Keystone; 2 t$299 DOWN ..$40'PER"WEEK4:
Born in Tallapoosa, GA Mr. D. Dickinson 71 of Cemetery with Archie Tanner daughters, Gentry Ann Brady of
Bradley moved to keystone 25 years Jacksonville died October 19 at his Funeral Home of Lake Butler in Monroe N.C.and Robin M.Harris of '79 Chev P/U 4x4
ago from Birmingham AL. He wasa home following an extended illness. charge of arrangements. McIntyre, Ga.; one sister, Betty V8 4 Spd. Power Steering & Brakes # $2
member of the faith and
Baptist He was born and raised in Coby Ward of Jacksonville; 5 grand-
was a retired auto mechanic.He was Nebraska. He attended SchoolSystem. '81 Pontiac T-100
of Coby Corrine P. Stark children and 1 great gra ilii n. 2695
also veteran WW1.
an army He served in both the
U.S. Funeral services for Mr. Oden 4 Cyl Automatic Air. Cond. #3609
Survivors include is stepson JamesE. Army and U.S. Navy. He retired Corrine Parrish Stark 62, of Alachua were Gravesidewith Masonic Ritesof
children.. Miller of Keystone and 2 grand from the U,S. Civil Services as an died October 16 from injuries suf- Grave October 23, at the '80 Olds Omega $2695
Funeral Air Plane Mechanic. He resided in fered in an automobile accident in Edgewood Cemetery, Jacksonville, Loaded. Low Miles #3604
services were graveside Jacksonville for the 43 Alachua. Mrs. Stark born in
was
past Fl with
years Rev. Joseph Folmar of- '
October 23 at the Keystone Heights and was of the Protestant faith. Union County and moved to Alachua ficiating. Funeral arrangementswere 87 Plymouth Horizon 2995
Jones Cemetery Funeral under Home the directionof Survivors include one daughter, 10 years ago. She was a housewifeand handled by Jones Funeral. 4 Cyl Air Cond. #3581
Keystone Mrs. Darlene Crosier of Jackson- attended the Primitive Baptist Horns of Keystone.
Heights. ville; three sons Kenneth Dickinsonand Church.She was a member of AARP : OWNiiI\.'
:$499 $40 PER WEEK
Donald Dickinson, both of and Worthington Springs Womena ; .
StricklandElijah Jacksonville and Neal Ellison of Club.
Elijah '
Madison, Fl; one sister, Mrs. Irene Survivors include her husband, W.A. KeeneW.A. 82 Pontiac Grand Prix $
(Lige) Strickland died Brooker of Gainesville; one brother, James L. Stark of Alachua; 4 step- (Enoch) Keene,died Oct.20. LoadedExtra Clean3608 ., .-', 3495
Wednesday, Oct. 17 at the Ocala ,
Mr. Clinton Dickson of Keystone daughters, Bernice B. Stark and '
Geriatrics Nursing Home, at the advanced Heights and 6 grandchildren. Dinah L. Stark both of San Diego, He and was Nancy the Keen.sone of Survivors the late include Harley '83 Olds Cutlass 3495
age of 101. Funeral services were October 23 CA, Louella M. Buehler of Phelan, his wife Rhoda Rune Perfect Good gas mileage #3562
3
; daughters, 5
Mr. Strickland was born Feb. 23, at the Chapel of Archie Tanner CA and Stella I. Stark of Ft. Worth
1887, near Lawtey, and his early antiRichard grandchildren and 4 great 86 Izuzu P/U
Funeral Home with Rev. Henry TX; 2 stepsons, James A.Stark two Ger-
years were spent in Starke and grandchildren; sisters Nice Truck Air Cond. #135'60'. $3695
McKinney officiating. Burial was in D. Stark both of San Diego, trude Keene ,Forbis and Gladys
Waldo. In 1911 he moved to Graham, Long Branch Cemetery, with full CA; 4 brothers Lowell Parrish,J.C. Keene Anderson both of Jackson
where he was a farmer, merchant, military rites at the graveside, with Parrish and Charles Parrish all of ville. Burial is in Houston 83 CougarLoaded $
Texas.
3495
and carpenter. His wife, Mary Eva Archie Tanner Funeral Home in Lake Butler, and Samuel Parrish ofNahunta. Sharp car #3444
Aultman, preceded him in death on ,charge! o>(i arrangements. ,.GA; 4 sisters, Christine -
I r' ::, .
September 28, 1972. J, J Hester: of Gainesville!: :ArqlOlOslmhm \ '''I:.. !:} tt
In 1944, Mr. Stricklan&move to. .. Paull\,Hudson i 'I f-La11d.-Bfltl&::: l lIdtW;:vi ."1ltnh:: a ,-4I1101'. .. "Ii !r **
Nichols, FJ wherahe.Jrtas; ( & 1 for their '
employed HuJso&r7 Everett of Trenton, Nancy Cham- support '78 Ford fBlr:
Paul Mack ,of Ft.White
by the Virginia-Carolina Chemical pion of Jacksonville and 4 grand- and show of love through $495
Corp. After retiring in 1956, he moved died October 21 at his home In Fort children. flowers prayers and food during V8. AT PS PB AC 3572
to Winter Haven and later to White following an extended illness. Funeral services were October 19 this difficult time.We especially appreciate '79 Chev Monte Carlo
He born and raised in Eureka,
Ellenton. was at the Chapel of Archie Tanner the care given by Archie 395
Arkansas. He was employed as a V6. AT. PS. PB
Survivors include two sons, Willie Funeral of Lake Butler with Samuel Tanner.
Strickland of Fort McCoy and J.E. carpenter with Pediment Companyin Parrish Officiating. Archie Tanner Family of Heather Rachel Ormond.
$
Ocala before retiring and movingto 8O Chev Chevette
Strickland of Hawthorne; three Funeral Home was in charge of ar- 395
dau 'ters, Nellie Reynolds of Citra Fort White. He was a member of rangements.Family requests that in 4 Cyl. 4 S pd, #3588
Louise Clements of Panama City, the First Baptist Church of Spr- lieu of flowers,donations be made to Dial 911 Emergency '78 Van
and Myrtle Coker of Bradenton; 20 ingfield, MO. Down Syndrom Foundation.: Dodge $695
grandchildren, 39 great- 6 Cyl. Std. Trans. #3610 "
grandchildren, and one great-great
grandchild.He E-Z WHEELS -- "
was a member of Graham

Mansion Christian Memorial Church. Park Burial in,Ellenton was in 1320 N. Temple Avenue Starke SUPER SAVINGS ON SLEEPER SOFAS!

on Saturday, Oct.21. '

Clyde W. StricklandClyde 964773.p' =:::>


W. Strickland, 76, died July .. .. ,
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12, 1990 in the Veterans Hospital, :
Gainesville.He ;1.r.!:,;;':<. Buy Here Pay:, ereTERWILLEGAR'S If y tf
was born in Graham, Jan. 12, t 'tf' ; ," 1.-.<:. ; ,.:;r + e
1914, where he resided until Joiningthe 1"''$':"', ', : ,,- '' ,,_ '%'' ,@ 4 "ills
U.S.Army in October 1942.After : ,< ,; w', ; Finance, : : :
the war, Mr. Strickland moved to

Nichols Fl and then to Miami. In .- ..
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Th t'e?' Light At the P i3!



End 'of":the Fire StationNo .1 M .

more, working taking, w/showers.,"We have enough I
turns checking: on the money to put the roof p.-
myriad of heaters,placed on said volunteer Tony I,
Spatafore. "but we need your
and around the keep ,the pumps from donations to finish up. We
freezing during *the, cold need to put the bay doors and
months. No'more laying out numerous other finishing
the ground to.perform touches on the station so we ,
on
routine maintenance., can move the engines InSide' Engines getting:new home. .
before the cold weather. wort have toMaiataln I
The HeUbron Springs He1I 8"rtabTmtoer Fire Dept.mmben .
Volunteer Tire Department Chief Terry McCarthy vtgll with freezing tenth yawp during brisk winter month
after ten years of committedand donated the property on
,Ready to put the roof on. .' creative fund raising is Highway 16 and the'
HeUbron Spring Volunteer Fire DepCa new bul1d1n<<.Almost flnkbed,. just a few weeks and a few volunteers have tirelessly haS 20 members f of whom community and really
but lacking funds for eompletlon.Jessie dollars away from raised funds to build the are state certified firefighters appreciate all the help they
completing and,moving into station. Now they could .,3 40 hr. volunteer have received up to this pointfrom
their new .fire station. The really use any donations you firefighters certified. 3 everyone but are asking kind
walls are up in what will be a can make to finish up. EMTs. 9 first responders. 1 for donations of any
I 3 bay station with meeting HeUbron Springs In paramedic school and 2 now to finally complete the
: Lounae room kitchen and:2 baths Volunteer Fire DepartmentDURMNCE more in EMT school. They station.
: : _.----11 have spent a lot of time and 'mailyoyour dchecksleaor
effort in training to provide
N. Florida A efficient effective service. Inquiries to: HSVFD. P.O
Starke, They do this for the Box 342.Starke. FL 32091.

"Where Music and Entertainment Abound"

Unexplained Rash, of Dog I

TUESDATLADIESNIGHT II Thefts in Neighboring CountiesIt

to keep a drugging the dogs particularlythe
1 would be prudent not
BANL they are
LIVE closer eye on your dog for the Rottweilers as
friendliness
If known for their
few weeks
Ladies Drink-tall wen,well brands& beer i you next own a particularly. Whether they are being taken, for for
fneSpmllpmA ;: Retriever or Cocker Spaniel. laboratory experiments or using
According to Margaret Ritchie resale as thoroughbreds
to pet buyers
Bradford Counties unofficial forged documents
number of Is not known. I would definitely
Now Playing 'PUMP & SUPPLY Humane thefts of Society the above a mentioned keep an extra eye out mentioned--If you own
*# dogs have occurred In recent one of the dogs
> "SOUTHERN RAGE"Fri. 864 N.Temple Ave.,Starke weeks In Clay.Putnam.SL John better safe than sorry.

., Oct.26th Sat., Oct. 27th and Thes.,Oct. 30th Eves&Weekends:964-7578 and"8 Duval Rottweilers counties.were stolen FIRE SAFETY TIPS
from the Clay county area In one Have your heaters cleaned
"RARE BREED" Well Drilling week." said Margaret. The and checked out before cold
situation Is serious enough that weather sets in. Check your
Coming Fri.,Nov.,2nd Sal Nov. 3rd,&Tue.,Nov.6th Residential&Irrigation an humane alert societies has been In forwarded the affected to fire sure extinguishers they are properly to make

1\ie. Oct. 30th areas." charged and ready to use--
for
'Halloween Costume Party "There Is no explanation and remember a dead
," further
1st Prize -'TS00 -2nd Prize 50 the stated.thefts They Margaret have all been big battery in a smoke alarm is

'3rd &,4th,Prize 1 Litre of Lord Calvert Pump? dogs and thoroughbreds. The like having no smoke alarm
Sales & thief or thlefs are probably at all '..,

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Republican Nominee FOOD"t
The Democratic Nominee DOG

: Has Raised : ,
Has Raised t"FOR'IG, : VERN'OR"
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from
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Monied Interests ,
free to act for
60,000 Voters Hwy. 121 S. --Lake Butler- 496-2266 '

the People?


and Always w' PRICE-WISE Sale
The Democratic Party HAS Stores Prices
.FOREMOST Start
bring you 10/25/
WILL Be the Party of;>> the People PRICES


us the WPA(Work Progress tM M''USE 1HIS WEEK, :
'' brought us Social Security The Democrats' gave for blue collarRepublican 1 'r;Jt'J"; SIJaB(( $)' ;..fUfJj -%+;;
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jobs 'tr. 11.99SO
Democrats
The t
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intact
today to keep it from starvation J *i' 7.99
and are still fighting workers,and saved many families 1 etQU'pil. ':
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Medicare' to :
t ._THe Democrats brought us thebemocrats are fighting in Congress "' 13.99
: it from Now.-, ; 3\t7. M:S ext" ,. '
to save in the
fighting today the wealthiest :' it 6.99
Medicaid and are equalize;.the.iricome.Tax Rate so Lt KA. tltll'Uf" I'GI{

'a,60billion cut proposed, by Republicans. nation. pay the same percentage on their income that .ItIf; r 'i theirs. Our U ,,: &>*.' ,
4 : < the'middloncome! workers pay on ,:g, )*,1WH'f *
of the 1930's, tooth) d a' '
,'a During the Great Depression Republican1:Prpslde/it. ,George Bush, has fought '

::,;';: .the Democrats r gave'us the Civilian" I. and,to4nail: aihst a tax raise for the rich, and has 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE
made'up'of' jobless young again if the
down
: ,Conservation Corps, dutp.shutih'e,; government N. of Starke
including our own threaten [ tax 2309 N. Temple Ave. 1 Mile
(
/' ,men who built f I 19049647771OPEN
other
Head Branch)and many income people the most.
'Gold which;: \,will,hurt: the low SEVEN DAiS A WEEK
improvements. Ads, Or A Sincere

What Will Win'This'Election-Big Bucks and and Ethics Slick'.Negative To:Florida's Oovernemnt? GOOD COUNTRY'MUSIC

'. :. Honesty, Integrity,
Desire To Restore Slim & Rose Marie playing

boasts that he has been a The Incumbent Governor 58 claims%during that funding his term.for But Wed. Fri. Sat. Sun.
candidate Increased
The Republican first, but it Is the education has contributions and
environment inflation lottery "' :
puts the coveted,Sierra factoring in rises In increase ea' : > y: /;"
: Democratic candidate who received the local property-tax increases the four-year ::W >> < '
Dnn '. .
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endorsementTha amounts topniyZ12percent W' '
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Incumbent Governor claims to be a tough crime It alt boils down to: the fact that the real Issue Is the Issue """"fill ij'Upni'.'
the unenviable or the big-dollar
butToddly enough. Florida holds commitmertt-Whether, to the people
The of trust In the
fighter 50 states. our
the lets put
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For
crime among a change
#/1 in contributors.
Me of being is now proposing to bigspendinglobbyists Halloween Party
big-salaried
are so full the Governor people Instead of the pockets full of Oct. 31st
prisonS their
new prisons. and the ones who keep
on (
Billions Costume
Dressed
spend dollars to galn.8ccess.to our legislators. Door Prizes for the Best

.. PEOPLE WIN Sunday, Nov. 4th
THIS TIME THE Farewell Party for Eloise & Dwight

(Ladies Please bring a covered dish)

BBQ Good Country Music Dancing

IF. WE' VOTE ,DEMOCRATICPd. 12 Noon to Midnight
Executive
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]Paxon Win Means District Playoffs For Bradford High ,TornadoesPaxon

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I Est in the season opener. Paxon was signed Just before the practice Paxon hitter. defensive tackle. ->' ''Paxon's'best wide running threatIs
will bring an inexperienced Bradford I has lost to Eastslde, Fernandina, started That has causedfall Paxon Guard Tracy McDaniel, No. 61, Wideout Paul WhIte No..6, 5--t, Cliff Fred. No. 7, &-9, 161HO. The
wishbone option offense to I Baker County and last week 33-6: to a lot of trouble in Betting ready,Tor- 6-1, 235-11, is the strong side defensive -' 170-12,the main Eagle pass receiver other setback is Demetrius Foster,
Field for the 1990 homecoming,Oct.gameat 28) Raines of Jacksonville. nado Coach David Nurse end.Guard Keith Brown,No.56, and who has good speed, 'is the No. 2, &-9, 17<>130 Who needs 16 be
a p.m.tomorrow(Friday Tor Paxon's wishbone offense is also a Paxon has six players going both 6-2, 195-12, very physical and aggressive strong side defensive cornerback. watched on the pass into the flat.
to take on the technically. Ml good power offense and a passing of ways. Both offensive guards and is the weak side defensive Rodney Bryant,No. 12,6-1,230-11, Paxon throws the halfback pass to
nadoes. is the same I fense. The Golden Eagles throw a tackles, one wideout and the linebacker. has been playing quarterback. But the tight end from the straight
The 4-4 Paxon defense good bit because they've beenWei fullback also play defense. Offensive tackle Jason Metts, No. Coach Hurse says the regular wishbone,to the,wide receiver slan-
as the Tornadoes Use. 55, 5-8, 230-12, plays strong side
I behind. Fullback Aaron Pinckney No. 0, quarterback been out three
Paxon, 1-5, has talent and g Without a coach Paxon did not 6-1, 230-12, is also an Inside defensive end. Tackle Barron weeks with an injury but(supposed' Bee r. T3B

size but has win lost was five over straight Flagler games Palm I hold.. .spring. ,,, .practice.,, The. new.. .coach. .. linebacker who Is tabbed the t .Weeks. '.., No.. 75, H '243-11''"" ,also plays "toqN>back.. for the.Tornado_ Pam i"1 ". ... ... ... .. ..... ..... ,.
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I Volleyball Finale-GHS Defeated



The varsity -volleyball regular kills for the girls at the net. two serves, finally won the final
season ended Tuesday night October Monday night, at Eastnide. the point on the 17th serve. ''' Stock-Up
23,with a resounding defeat of girls won easily, 15-3 and 15-2.Jump- In the second: game Clay took a THE
the visiting. Gainesville High Hurricanes ing off to an early point lead on 14-1 lead before the Tornadoes came ,
the first serve by Rita Stepheny, out with a five point run to stay in the OFFICE
"It was probably the best game of followed by four points by Aurilla but lost 156Tournament .
the year for us'r said Coach Inn Williams and four more by Brandy game SHOP
thus, Justly proud of her Tornado Ross. ...
quad, who returned volleys almost last Thursday October 18, at Play. HOW. Call St. Sale I
The district tournament Is set for
flawlessly,winning the second
game Green Cove Springs,Clay high handed Starke
of the match IM after an opening the Tornadoes their fourth loss of Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, .. 964-5764 .
October' 31, Nov. 1 and 2. Seven
round of 15-11. I
the! !season 11-15 and 6-15. = .
teams in the district will be .
Latara Jackson, 'Rita Stepheny 11firsl'game hard paired ,
was fought
with Buchholz No. 1 in the district, ;
and Monika Williams were high :
with only one Clay and two Bradford ,, --
drawing In the first round.The .
scorers Aurilla Williams,_ Latara points scored during the secondround. : a bye WE HAVE
Tornadoes, No. two seed, will play
and Monika played good defense at The first round, however,
the .net. Laytoyla Sims, Brandy saw a Clay lead of 10-3. the number seven seeded team,then .
the winner of the fourth and fifth
ROBS CharmU Spooner and Sylvella A three Clay In the
point run by
seed will play the winner of the Tornado MOVED
Jackson were rotated into.be third round brought the score to
backcourt.and set up the spikes and 14-11, then Clay, !scoring nothing i iII in game.


II JV Volleyball Team Improving"If ;H; AND MUSTREDUCE

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they would play the whole "The team has not: been consistent -
game like they play the last part they get distracted, drop balls, INVENTORY
they would be unbelievable," coach but they are working together better .
Bobbie Benson said of her JuniorVarsity now "says coach Benson."They areready
'volleyball team which end- working hard getting ready .
ed its season with a 4-12 record after for.the tournament.: : ,
Eastside Mon-' Free Delivery 964-5764
winning over High From Page 14 .
day October 22, by scores of IOU, Post Season Play...

15-4 and 15-5. Now confirmed, a post season Invitational ting in,to the wide receiver crossing
"It was an encouraging win, said tournament is scheduledat with a back In the slot position, and '
Coach Benson. "The girls are working Santa Fe High School for thejunior I 2/4'/ Adding Bankers
together"and have gained a lot of varsity teams. Scheduled for to receiver the wing set.back from the two wide : Ever Ready

confidence. Saturday, October 27, starting at 9
-The team was all ninth graders except a.m., nine area teams have so far Paxon runs the option, the M,achine Rolls Desk Calendar Boxes
one, Klshanna Spooner, a accepted invitations: Buchholz, fullback power dive, run the wing
Sophomore. None had played Middleburg, Orange Park, .
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organized volleyball before the Gainesville, P.K. Yonge, LeConte while faking the and the by Clarke
season started, Benson said. Santa Fe, Eastside and Bradford. sweep
Paula Alvstad, Dena Griffis, Play will be a double elimination wldeout Tendencies sometimes are runs for Paxonto the !::/r teg..61 &rgll) list $3.50 list $8.40
reverse.
Ellerson, round robin tournament schedule
Tamara Amy Sanders.
to the tight end and wide
Tricot,Trael Crawford,Anessa all to be in A secondloas run
Amy play one day. *
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Smith and LeSherio will eliminate team from the "
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