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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 1, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Continued nice fall weather will prevail Into the weekend, with no Sport. . . . .. IO.MA I''. I
substantial rain expected. Some cloudiness and a few light I '", i J ;--
sprinkles a possibility however especially late in the weekend. SECTION s. u POB.. :

A storm front is entering the northwest and will deposit snow and Arts F.itivol . . . .. 1.45 I I
heavy rains In the Rocky Mountains and plains urea,but it is exCrim.. N.w.. . . .. J.ja '
pected to reach Florida. KH Football . . . . SB ,
Temperatures will hover near BO' for daily highs and the mid sot obituoci.. . . . . .'.71
for morning lows throughout the period. it.m.of im.r.t. . . /.is __
The moon will be full tomorrow, November 2. Sundae this morn- Carnival. . . . . .. 91 The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
ing was at 6:43: and will set at 5:47: p.m. The day will bet IIh I 04m in School N.W.. . . 10,111 STARKE
HUh Year FLORIDA
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Volunteers Needed...
Is Predicted
AARP's Tax-Aide program Is
seeking volunteers for the 1990-91

season to help seniors, age 60 and ..
over with low or moderate income
to file income tax returns.
If you can help, please call For Tues. Vote
Augustine Mixon, Ph. 964-8424.


Senior Center...
By Buster Rahn amendments or make voting decisions
The Senior Center is open from will be there awhile.
let Staff
8:30: a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday- Writer
A 75 in Brad-
voter turnout
percent
Friday, for use by all senior
ford Grant vs. Peterson...
citizens in Bradford County. Thereis County is predicted by Super-
visor of Elections Neva Flynn in the In the Congressional seat race, In-
a reading-TV room with cable
1900 General Election this cumbent Bill Grant R-Madison.
and Tuesday, ,
coffee all day. Seniors need to
Nov. 6.Florida. faces Pete Peterson, D-Marianna.
bring lunch. Bring current
your face Nov. The Second Districtfor
voters a lengthy Congressional
project or learn a new craft. Call
ph. 964-4543. 6 ballot,from the Governor and state which the two are running, stret-
Cabinet members, the U.S. 2nd Con- ches from Pensacola on the west to

Code Enforcement... gressional seat, four state Constitu- Duval county on the East, the
tional amendments, and a Dist. 2 largest congressional east of the
The Starke Code Enforcement Bradford county commissioner.The Mississippi.
Board will meet at 7:30: p.m., Tuesday vote will bring to a Two years ago Grant was electedon
Thursday (today) Nov. 1, in City close a spirited campaign between the Democratic ticket, but sWit-
Hall. Complaints should be ad- i candidates representing the two major ched to the Republican Party soon
dressed to the city clerk's office k political parties. after taking office Pete Peterson a
during regular office hours. Florida's elections were settled by
the primaries in pre-WWII days, (See Elections..P.-\: > \
Gator QB Club... when the Democratic party

The Starke Gator QB Club will dominated local and state politics.In .

meet tonight, Thursday, nov. 1, at recent years, the Republican Par- Gov. Race
the fairgrounds. ty has made in-roads in registra-

Social begins at 6:30: sit-down s tions, with Florida now considered a

dinner at 7 p.m., price $4. Meetingset 4 _. two-party state, outnumber although Tight I I r tUndecided
Democrats still ,
for 7:30: Guest speaker r
p.m. ... Republicans 52 to 41 percent. Thereare
from the university.The .
1 1F
Florida
QB Club will be taking a bus di 6,031,161 registered
to the Fla-Ga game in Jacksonville, voters, including 3,149,747
*
and also to the Fla-FSU game in Democrats, 2,448,488 Republicans. A mini-poll taken by The
Tallahassee. Cost $20 per person. 1990 is a major election year in Telegraph this week indicates
Game ticket required to board bus. Florida, with the governor and that a large bloc of "still
Call 964-7451 for additional infor cabinet seats being contested, undecideds" will likely decide the
mation. although it is an off-year in national outcome of next Tuesday's race
elections, since the presidential elec- for governor.Of .
tions were held two years ago. 110 potential voters questioned

Bake Sale... in random phone calls, or

Everyone is invited to the Florida purposefully set its major by quizzing passersby in the
Southside 4-H Club bake sale state elections in off-years to keep Winn-Dixie Market Place, 37 per-

Saturday, Nov. 3, next to Wal.Martin the national elections from Influenc- cent..more than a third were
Deerfoot Village Shopping L ing the state election. In order to ac- still undecided on a choice bet
complish the change, the governorand ween Lawton Chiles and incum
Center, beginning at 10 a.m. Lots of .
goodies... 3 ': i cabinet were elected to two year bent Bob Martinez. Another 24
t terms in 1964. Haydon Burns was percent said they didn't intend to

Gospel .. I elected governor and served 1965-67. vote.
Sing. !;\1 V ;. At" -r'n 1A Of the remaining 39 percent! I
A Gospel. Sing will: be held,.beginning ._ .! tJ This Year... questioned, 25 people said they
at 7:90: p m., Saturday, Nov. 3, This year's ballot will have one were for Chiles end 19 for Mur ,
at the Raiford Community Center. race for a congressional seat, six tinez, indicating the race is still

Sponsored by Citizens Against Some Day... races for state-wide offices, one too close to call.
Pollution.LB The Poll) was taken before
Kristina Ub! ) 4. and Kt in.ten lUves. i>. watch U1IS The FFA chapters supplied the Tornado. county race, five retention of judges Tuesday night's inconclusive
Robin and In At bottom right: Homecoming Queen Holly Hersey. one for the Florida Supreme Court
Singles... majorettes Register left .lanice Davie "debate" which is not likely to
and four for the Di net Court of Ap-
the homecoming parade Some I latin I two ;young Tornado Whirl, the homecoming parade, and game : have "undecideds"reach
The Rock Buff Band will be play- ladies may be manhunt for Bradford High. came off without mishap. For more photos and a story peals, and four amendments. helped decision.any
ing for the Lake Butler Singles, of homecoming, see pages 8-9A. Anyone who waits until he or she a
Saturday, Nov.3, beginning at 8 goes into the voting booth to read the
p.m., in the'Community Center. All
singles age 25 and over are


welcome Gospel BYOB.Sing... Chalk One Up for Local Attorney: No Incinerator in BC I


The Fantastic Simmon Sisters zoning f( r TESI the original wording in the order officials expected the board to TESI a lot,and based on the desci'ip
will perform at 3 p.m..Sunday By Butter Rahn O'Neal was correct in his opinion might affect its locating elsewherein refuse the rehearing, but had made don of the facility by TESI, the cit>
Nov. 4 at the Pine Street Church of to the
SCT Staff Writer that a crematorium is properly zon- the state.Although. the request as a basis for laying the agreed to extend street paving
God in Christ. Everyone welcometo Chalk up a win for Attorney ed I-I. Industrial, Light and an agreement has been groundwork for court action.At proposed crematorium.
the gospel sing.Woman' Terence Brown, the local legal eagle Warehouse, which was the term us- reached between TESI officials and Brown's request, the SBoA tabl-
that fought Thermo Environmental ed by TESI officials when talking to the city, Brown said, it has not been ed the request, rather than disallowing When it was later revealed by the

Club... Systems, Inc.TESI( ), and won. O'Neal. signed and, therefore, TESl's peti- it, putting the item on the agendafor Floridas Times-Union that the facility -
Attorney Brown told the Starke However the legal description of tion to withdraw its request for a late November, which time the would actually be a medical waste
The Executive Board of the Board of Adjustment (SBoA) Thurs the facility, terms it a "medical rehearing before SBoA should be re-written order will be presented by Incinerator as well as function as a
Woman's Club of Starke will meetat day Oct.25. that TESI officials have waste Incinerator," which is properly tabled until the next regular Brown and the episode of TESl's crematorium, public opposition built

1 p.m.Wednesday, Nov. 7. All officers reached an agreement with him and zoned I 2, Industrial, General. meeting, set for Thursday, Nov. 29. quest to locate in Starke closed. rapidly.An .
and committee chairpersonsare the city that it will withdraw its at Attorney Brown told the SBoA that TESI officials, having lost the TESI officials approached the
requested to attend. to locate an incinerator in the agreement( for TESI to quit rezoning battle before SBoA last Bradford County Development aftermath of the controversymay
Stare, and furthermore it will Starke and Bradford County was the month in which O'Neals opinion was Authority,owner of Enterprise Parkin be seen in recent city elections,
Fire Ant Bait... never build an incinerator in Starkeor result of negotiations between reversed, applied for a rehearing in SE Starke, some 10 months ago in which Councilman Bobby Biggswas

Amdro, the fire ant bait will be Bradford County himself and company represen- October. telling it TESI wished to take advan- unseated by newcomer to city
available Thursday, Nov. B, 8:30: Brown, representing the City ol tatives in which the city agreed to TESl's request to the SBoA for a tage of new laws that will soon politics, Steve Futch. Biggs ad-
a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Agriculture Starke and himself as a private withdraw a proposed order that ac- rehearing is unorthodox, since render existing crematoriums ob- vocates less restrictive zoning,
Building on North US-301. citizen, had fought TESI in a zoning) cuses TESI of providing misleadingand generally the SBoA's decision is ap- solete,and build a modern facility in allowing landowners wider freedomin
Price, $5 per pound. dispute several weeks ago contending deceptive information concern- pealable only to the courts, and it compliance with the new regulations use of their property, and did not
that Zoning Director Darrell ing its plans for a crematorium in has no obligation to grant a rehear- object to TESI locating in Enter-

Car Wash... O'Neal erred in an opinion regat'ding Enterprise Park, TESI officials fear ing. SBoA watchers supposed TESI The Development Authority sold prise Park.


ford scheduled A car County wash on Special the sponsored Community Olympics by Brad-State is 2 School Districts Sue to Force New State-Wide Property AppraisalBy I


Bank Parking Lot, Saturday Nov. Buster Rahn Generally, the grand jury chargesthe average, indicating that all Florida praisals are based on sales over a not follow its own guidelines, and"
3, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. property tax system is "broken"and counties are getting close to 100 per- wide range of properties of similar fails to provide supporting data,
Tickets may be purchased in ad- let Staff Writer that property owners cent assessments, an almost Im- value, never on the sale of an in- according to Alvarez.
from J. McKinney or M. A lawsuit was filed last week by Alvarez says proponents of the
vance
.
throughout the state are taxed on an possible goal.Alvarez dividual parcel.Proponents
Brewington at the Middle School, two school districts Palm Beach field. pointed out that 97 plus of the lawsuit want lawsuit make a spurious charge that
or Dan Cuddington at the Emergency and Sarasota Counties, and I the uneven Wayne playing Blanton, executive direc- percent for property appraisals is "fair market value" to be set at the "tax rolls are never turned down" by
Florida School Board Association
in
of Revenue.
Rescue Station. tor of the school board organization, unlike hitting 97 of 100 balls for 97 selling price without considerationfor the Department
Tickets will also be on sale at the an attempt to force all property up said, "You have some taxpayers in percent easy to compute and the cost of selling the property. Technically, it's true, but Depart-
Winn-Dixie store, Saturday, Oct. 27. praisers m the state to re-examine Florida that apparently are paying understand. In county-wide property Members of the Property Ap- ment of Revenue procedures
Proceeds will go to support local county property tax rolls.The more than their fair share and some appraisals, the 97 percent is a praisers Association of Florida are preclude the department's turning I

special Olympics. suit asks that property'assessments at the county level who are are not statistical level that includes all unhappy with the Grand Jury down the final tax roll required, since property to first-

reflect fair market paying their fair share," but Blanton 12,000 parcels In Bradford County report, more especially since they appraisers tentative are tax rolls, which are
his reach 100 levelwould cannot find out who testified before submit
values statewide. would not name the counties and to a percent The
thought were not paying their push some assessments above the body. As far as it can determine reviewed by the department.
Upcoming. The suit is based on findings by a group final tax roll is submitted only after
fair share. the fair market value, Alvarez says. the grand jury did not call any property
state-wide grand jury that reviewedtax made to the ten
Public meetings scheduled in the market value? to testify or presentthe corrections are
Blanton said, that in his opinion What is the fair appraisers
rolls in to roll
complaintsby final tax
the
weeks response tative tax roll, thus
are:
coming Association's views on appraisalof
traditionally,
coastal counties are generally Alvarez says appraisers "
Sen. Bob Johnson R-Sarasota
turned down.
Bradford Commissioners "is never
County
the sales .
levels. have considered property.The
assessed at
meet Monday, Nov. 5, at 9:30: a.m., who had filed a similar lawsuit 10 Bradford proper County Appraiser price of a parcel to be some 10-12 grand jury charges that the The Property Appraisers Association
earlier suit Property
The failed to
years ago. will seek to join the Attorney
in the Courthouse. Jimmy Alvarez says''It just percent above the fair market value Department of Revenue has not ex-
meets at 7.p.m. win popular :support and went General in defending the suit,
Lawtey council : isn't so" because there are costs involved in ercised its authority to appraise property
., Monday, Nov. 5, in City Hall. nowhere. The Department of Revenue selling a property, including fixing at fair market value. Alvarez says, or lend its assistancein
The findings by the grand jury Association's viewpoint -
the
Bradford County Zoning Board real Auditor General whois providing
fees The Florida ,
states that Bradford County was ap- up the property,attorney's
made Bud Parker
by the grand jury
parallel points overlooked
by
meets at 7:30: p.m., Monday, Nov. Ad praised above 97 percent accuracyin estate agent's fees and other costs responsible for reviewing the performance ,
head the of
former of Division "The effort to force Property Appraisers
5, in Starke City Hall. Valorem Taxes in the Department of 1989! the last year for which related to the sale. Thus,applicationof of UMDepartmentof values on the
General Election, Tuesday, Nov. figures are available, says Alvarez. this formula would result in an Revenue, sayi"The Department of to put more
Revenue in interview with Sen
an to producemore
roll Is
tax an attempt
6 from 7 a.m. to 7 Revenue Is not good in-
p.m. Johnson. Parker lost out in a depart- The figure puts Bradford County In assessment of $68,000 for properties producing Alvarez said.
Starke Council meets at 7:30: studies in areas, does revenue,
mental shake-up earlier this the middle of the state-wide selling in the $80,000 range. Ap- depth some
p.m., Tuesday Nov. 6, in City Hall. year

Call Nov.Dedication Street 12.School. 10:30 of city a.m.park, Monday on East! Negotiations Begin for Possible Regional Landfill Site in Maxville I


Board meets at 7 p.m., tract now owned by Gilman Paper them, but no proposals have been and Union counties, the first the site chosen by NRSWA for a trt-
Monday Nov. 12, In the Ad- An agreement may be in the Company. The west boundary of the made," said James Croft, Solid regional grouping of multiple counties county landfill.
ministration Building. works,or,at least,negotiations have in Florida for solid waste Since hauling distance is a major
Raiford Council meets at 7 p.m., been started for the New River disposal. consideration in solid waste disposal

Monday, Nov. 12, In City Hall. Solid Waste Association (NRSWA) If the landfill becomes reality, It will be located Preliminary figures that have costs, Increased haul distances to
Brooker Council meets at 7:30 to combine with Jacksonville in set- lot owned Gilman been quoted are from $12 to $18 per the Maxville site are a factor.
ting a regional landfill near Max- on a 1,288 acre presently by for the three
p.m., Tuesday Nov. 13, in City up ton tipping fee for waste delivered to Hauling costs coun-
ville in Duval County. Paper Company, In Duval County at MaX IIIe. the Maxville site.This compares to a ties will impact Union County moat,
Hall.Hampton Council meets at 7 Waste Management, Inc. has a conservative estimate of$36 per ton with only a slight increase for Baker

Nov. 13, in City contract for operating the Maxville Waste Coordinator for NRSWA the at the Ellerbee Curve site two miles
line. Landfill..p.ZA)
Baker
Kn.Tuesday landfill, should it become a reality, tract is also the County (See
north of Raiford, In Union County,
with of Bradford Baker
which will be located on a 1,288:! acre "We are in communication tri-county group ,






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Pale ZA TELEGRAPH November 1, 1990



Mhg Starke Begins Work


On New Land Use PlanBy


Horn Schoolers.... KVC but neither is he equipped to do

An Informal gathering of home- Bustor RohnCT tile design wort.
schooling families is planned for 7 Stall Writer The design work was not furtheridentified
pm., Tuesday, Nov. 6, In the Brad- Starke council members met In a or explained in the
ford Fairground Building. workshop Tuesday, Oct. 30, to con- workshop nor was the necessity for
Everyone Involved in the home- 1 sider Its approach to preparing anew having it done in connection with the
school program is invited. Contact 1' 11i1w Jp Land Use Plan, maoiated-by land use plan explained, when legal
Denise Crawford, ph. 431-1091, 2M the Florida Legislature. requirements can be met without It.
Elaine Crawford, ph. 904-6830 or r The plan, completed and approved Saylor displayed a chart in which
Joanie Hoffman, ph. 964-2339 for ,must be submitted to the Depart- BHR estimated the cost to contractthe
further Information. ment of Community Affairs by July Job with an outside firm to be

1,1991,less than eight months away. $25o001+ .
Revival Services... Meeting with the council were Don The third option on the chart proposes

The Church of God at Lawtey will Ruckman and Mike Saylor, to do the Job in-house, utilizingan do the
hold revival services, beginning representing Bessent, Hammackand intern or co-op student to
Ruckman Engineering Firm "grunt" work, and utilizing BHR
Sunday, Nov. 11, and running
through the following Sunday. .' (BHR); Darrell O'Neal, zoning and the city attorney for specialized
The Rev. R.C. Johnston will be director; Terence Brown, city attorney information.
preaching. Everyone welcome. and Linda Wise, city clerk. Ruckman said he will bring an
O'Neal told the council that the estimate of the project cost to the
.. .. -
-;" :;rc I Nov. 20, suggestingthe
UMW Bazaar... North Central Florida Regional council meeting
"Coach At Tornado Planning Council NCFRPC (RPC) work done by Brown and BHR be
Diggs Night" Gym...
United Methodist Women will offered to prepare the land use plan, handled on an hourly basis, payingthe
hold an annual church bazaar Coach Inei Diggs Is surrounded by her volleyball gratulatlons to the pleased, but surprised coach. meeting the legal requirements for usual rate for their services.
Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. team as she cuts the cake made In her honor after the Teimmembers are (Ito r): SuveUa Jackson, AurlUa $10,000, but would be unable to do the Mayor Ed Wall said Wednesday
14-15, offering a wide variety of season's last game at the Tornado gym October 23. Williams, Coach Dlggs Rita Stepheny Monika design work.Attorney morning that no formal action was
gifts and crafts in Fellowship Hall. Holding second place In district standings the team Williams and Latara Jackson.Not visible In the picture Terence Brown said his taken In the workshop and the coun-
Soup, Chili and sandwiches will parents, coaching staff and friends extended their. conare Brandy Ross, Laytoyla Sims and Charmll Spooner. firm has offered to do the job for a cil will review its options carefully
be available during the noon hour, sum less than that submitted by before committing to a contract. _._
Thursday only.
Bazaar hours, Wednesday, 3-8
pm. Thursday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. BBS Band
Everyone Invited.Woman's Superior for 23rd Straight Year at FBA Contest

__ .
Club. h' '
.. For the 23rd consecutive year, the were accomplished by former director Band members, listed by Instrument Carver, Jason Morin, Lee Ann Thomas Harden, rretina Hutchison -
The Starke Wom n's Club will and Williams Stephens. Steve Martin and Erica Phenn.Inger. -
Bradford High Band earned a Buddy Ball who has moved to or section, are: Raulerson
hold a "meet and greet" luncheonat superior rating, the highest possible, Middleburg High. This 23rd year Drum Major: Gerald Clark. French Horn: Joel Caren, Matthew Jason
noon, Wednesday, Nov. 14. at the Florida Bandmaster'sAssociation was added under Mike Woodfin who Baritone: Matthew Eunice. Tuba: Dan Frampton
Willliams and Tim Gowens. Lori
Public Affairs Chairwoman Mar- (FBA) Festival held returned to direct the BHS band this Percussion: Robert Banks, Brit- Jones, Sean Jones and Starling.
jorie Thompson will provide the Saturday, Oct. 27, at Citizen's Fieldin year. tany Bula, Josh Bula, Torrie Clarke Flute: Stacy Bryan, Kim Gross, Vibes: Danielle Smith.
program, featuring Cliff Chapman, Gainesville.The Oliver Crum, Mark Harden and Amy King, Sonja Norman, Heather Bells: Charmil Spooner.
director of emergency medical ser- Assistant band directors are Jim Courtney Kelly. Sapp, Caryn TAylor,Dana Wilkison, Majorettes: Christina Bathe,
vices. 1990 BHS band performed Brownlee and Dirk Schmidt. Jazz Alto Saxophone: Eric Binnion, Susan Williamson and Christy Janice Davie, Robin Register,
"Firestorm," "St.Thomas," "Vehi- dancer Instructor is Sheila Stewart. Adam Crawford, Sheila Harvey, Willis. Metina Smith and Brenda Williams.
Attention! cle," and "Somewhere Out There." Majorette instructor is Tammy Mc- Amy Johns,Thomas Odom and Joey Clarinet: Deanne Cox, Alicia Ed- Dancers: Angela Barber, Virginia
A rocking chair which was used on Cormick. Drum majors are Brian Shuford. wards, Shannon Elliott, Jeanette Belmarez, Dawn Brown, Renee
the Homecoming Parade Junior The 23-year string started bck in Canova and Gerald Clark. Jazz cap- Tenor : Joel Eunice Fairfield, Beth Griffis, April Burgin, Lisa Carraway, Jennifer
Float was removed from the back of 1968 with Dean Cassels directing the tain is Vera Smith. Majorette cap- and John Ripplinger. Johnson Deena Parker, Shaketa Gllsson, Brenda Griffis, Joni Griffis,
a pickup truck while parked in the band to 11 years of superior ratingsat tain is Christina Bath. Band captain Trumpet: Kevin Boone, Brian Ray, Stephanie Rhoden and Kishan- Melanie Hinds Shona, Heather Sanford Norton, Vera,Ann
Winn-Dixie parking lot. If anyone the FBA contest. This was followed is Kevin Boone. Drum section leaderIs Canova, Jason Canova, Neil na Spooner. Roberts, and Carrie
knows about this, please call Brad- by five years of superior ratingsby Josh Bula. Percussion instructor Domalik, Scott Durban, Dennis Xylophone: Toni DeSue. Smith, Carla Stephens
ford School, 9644000.Election.. Mike Woodf in. The next six years is Jim Peronto. Fairfield, Dennis Felton, Jason Trombone: John Frampton, Tanner.




ShOOt "
Thrkey "ComeTry
(from page 1A) Republican Governor Claude Kirkas position. Incumbent E.L. Normanwas terms are ending ballot and whose names x To Win That
the Charles E.
former prisoner of war, is a an opponent. Kirk was elected unseated in the first primary. appear Miner; on Ralph W. Nimmons are: Jr.; Sponsored by V Thanksgiving Turke;
the Republican ticket in
on
newcomer to politics.Governor's governor John Klein Wigginton; E. Earle
the mid-60s when Democratic can-

Race... didates Haydon Burns Robert destroyed King each High otherin and Retention of Judges... Zehmer. Cypress Run Hunting Club Public invited

In the governor's race, incumbent the primaries.The The State of Florida adopted the
Bob Martinez, R-Tampa, has chosena "Missouri Plan" several years ago Amendments... $-0 Saturday, Nov. 3rd x Come loin ,
new running mate, Allison for retaining Justices of the four c cQ':
Voters will or reject The Fun fie
DeFoor, R-Key West, to replace Supreme Court and Judges on the constitutional approve amend- 10:00 am ill 5:00 pm -
retiring Lt. Governor Bobby Commissioner of Agricultureseat Court of Appeals.The proposed of the
ments next Excerpts
Brantley.Challenger Lawton Chiles, was left without an incumbent Missouri plans provides for four proposals Tuesday.are to be found on the Six miles west of Starko on Hwy 100 Follow signsPeking
D-Lakeland, former U.S. Senator, is when veteran secretary Doyle Con- the governor to appoint qualified.. editorial of The Telegraph, _
running with Buddy MacKay, ner, D-Tallahassee and a Bradford lawyers to fill vacancies or unex- 'along with page recommendation to
D-Ocala, a native of Marion County. County native, retired after holdingthe pired terms on the bench as the case a all four.
office for 30 years. Conner is a may be. At the end of the termthe vote "yes" on
member of a select group that never name of the Justice or Judge must
The State Cabinet... lost an election in his lifelong must go on the ballot, without opposition Seafood
This the seat is -for voters to .Local Tidbits.... _
Incumbent Jim Smith, political career. year retain or reject --"'-: '-'-'
R-Tallahassee, is running for reelection being contested by Republican the office holder. If rejected,the Carol Milner,assistant Supervisorof '
as Secretary of State, Charles Bronson and Democrat Bob governor fills the position with Elections says the general election '
by newcomer Jim Minter opposed Crawford. Crawford is giving up a another appointee.This next Tuesday will cost Bradford .L Restaurant & Lounge
D-Tallahassee former state senate seat to run for the ag year Justice Leander Jl: County approximately $9 000, and
editor.In a newspaper commissioner's post on the state Shaw is up for retention or rejectionby employ more than 100 poll workersin 5 (formerly 'China Garden') .., ,
the cabinet race for comp- cabinet. voters. Shaw created opposition 24 precincts.Bradford .
troller, Incumbent Gerald Lewis, D, to continuing in office by some County has 1,166
is opposed by Chris Comstock, R. Rosier vs. Gaskins... voters when he ruled a minor could registered Republicans, 7,044 Chinese Cuisine & Friendly ServiceOpen
Republican incumbent Tom In the only county race, the elect to have an abortion without registered Democrats and 246 7 Days
Gallager is running for re-election to District 2 commission seat is being parental consent. Another group op- registered Independents, for a total
the office of Treasurer, with George contested by two candidates,neitherof poses Shaw, saying that he is"soft"on of 8,456 registered voters. As of
Stuart, D-Orlando, in opposition. whom are the incumbent. crime,voting to delay or set aside Tuesday morning, 257 absentee i"J'fi"N'i'>
death ballots have been issued, but the ffb.1
sentences.The
Commissioner of Education Republican Marvin Rosier and "
Betty ;
Castor, D, completing her first four Democrat Arthur Gaskins have four judges In the First number will increase before election ,1.fF'!% ,F'U L I...;/"f.vr." ;
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First pecan auction of the fall) is good quality '
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: set next Thursday, Nov.8, at the mer which kept some nuts from 7821077 I Experience d t{ lfi.k' f o/'w.' .
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:-: US-301N. market fee of two cents per .- ,f:'>>, b;ta: :m "".. '1pm; >:w.j Sunday Buffet
The sale will begin at 1 p.m. - - - - - t { <
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Pecans must be weighed-in between 1r.:
: will be charged by the market on all ( JAMES ;
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:: 8 a.m. and noon the day of the sale. handled. I
E A second auction is set for Nov.29. pecans
:.: Market Manager Bob Allen looks Buyers must put up a $25 cash 1: Certified Public Accountant :
;; forward to an improved pecan crop, deposit to be credited to their pur- 1 j Catering Services Available
:: compared to last year. It won't be a chase. The deposit will be refunded I announces the opening of his office for the practice of I II

:: bumper crop, but quality is expectedto if the buyer does not purchase I Accounting,Auditing and Tax Services I II
be improved. Main drawback to anything.
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I James Lawson is the son of Mrs. Mildred Lawson, Keystone Heights II 1964-66011
I and the late WJB. Lawson. He and his wife Joan and daughter Lisa I Major Banquet
Landfill I live at Big Tree Circle Drive in Jacksonville. Their daughter, Kim is I II Room
I attending college in Sebring.Fla. I I2t II Cards 800 N. Temple Ave Starke

= (from page 1A) leachate from seeping into ground- I 3121 Venture Place, Suite 4 I Accepted (One Block North of SR 16)) Parties
County arid a modest Increase for water acqui/ers, and will be an (904) 0-4946 Jacksonville, Florida 3225J-/
:: Bradford. Considering the lower elevated construction up to over 100 ,, _ ,, .
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::: creases. New River Association produces ELECT :
=: Design of the proposed landfill is about 120 tons of waste per
::: for four liners, of clay soil and day while Duval County would con-
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: ((904)) 964.7826 voua ependeM : .. Democrat County Commissioner District 2


= ,, tare Next Tuesday is Election Day. It's time for everyone

= I to get very serious about who you select to be your next .

s : COMPARE OUR RATES &: SERVICE I County Commissioner. Every decision that is made on

:: Automobile Homeowner '- I 'that board affects you; more now than ever before.

Commercial Insurance 3 j Years ago pulling a ditch and grading a road was the biggest thing, and

Life &: Health Insurance though still very important it is only one of many things- commissioner does


:1 l ]Michigan Millers :I Auto owned Insurance for Searching you. out information and making the right business decisions is goingto

a. Mutiul fcnUMOc'*Company. make the difference today. I have owned and operated a successful businessfor

a GlGtiA AJfatClG '" the past 22 years. I think my business experience can help Bradford County.


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Grant Was on Campaign Trail in Starke


r s By Joe Clity "because it will not reduce the deficit. The leadership in Congress does
iCT Staff Writer Our package meant real deficit not like to talk about the five cents a
P"t "I'm mad as Habout the reduction without higher taxes." gallon gas tax the$25 per boat tax
fradulent so called deficit reduction "What this package represents Is the beer anJ wine tax or the
bill just passed by the liberals in business as usual, more taxes and cigarette tax, and they definitely
Congress' said Republican Congressman higher spending.. The people I repre- don't want senior citizens to know
BUI Grant who is seeking sent believe government taxes are that this package will cost them
re-election to his seat In the House of high enough and that spending is out more than $10 billion in higher
Representatives from the 2nd Con- of control. But this package does Medicare fees over the next few
gressional District of Florida. nothing to control spending it just years. This Is how the leadership in-
Grant passed through Starke raises taxes on middle imcome tends to achieve deficit reduction,by
Tuesday, October 30, and made a Americans and enlarges the govern taxing the middle class and older
brief visit with supporters at the ment." Americans.Grant told hill audience.u.
Deerfoot Village shopping center.
He plans to be in Lake Butler today .
(Thursday,Nov. 1)) at Whitehead City Sets Policy for Vehicle UseBy

Appreciation Banquet scheduled for '
6:30: p,m. at the elementary school Busier Rohn duty; site, and shall not be used for
cafeteria to meet with voters in Icy Staff Writer personal use other than commuting.
Union County. The Starke council adopted Each employee assigned a vehicle
"I'll tell you why I voted against Resolution 90-7,establishing a policy for commuting purposes shall have
the tax package just passed," he for employee use of city owned $3 per work day or the US Internal
said. "The people are being misled. vehicles, Tuesday, Oct. 16. Revenue Service's current rate ad-
It will not cut the debt. It will increase The new policy provides for the city ded to his or her gross salary to 'C
spending by $180 billion. It to assign! vehicles for "take reflect the In-kind compensation.
taxes working people and seniors home" privileges to employees as Rotating "standby" vehicles shall
while forgiving Egypt's $7 billion deemed appropriate.Employees not be included in the above rules
debt to the U.S.Of course,people are with vehicles assigned and regulations.The .
mad," he said, "it is the most shall respond to call out an any time regulation brings the city and I
ridiculous thing I have ever seen," the city deems necessary. its employees into compliance with
he said, referring to the $170 billion The city owned vehicle shall be used Internal Revenue Service's rules
tax package just passed by congress only for commuting to and from concerning the use of city owned
Sunday, October 27. work when away from an assigned vehicles.

The conservatives in .
supported a budget alternative congress '. -; -- ,' .. ',' ": I.f. :"" :.:: ;":"': ::- -;": .. _: '.-. -.J1Wfi: ,::.. ;jtlOT

which concentrated on limiting the
Grant Welcomed... growth in government spending to
the rate of inflation for five
years
Representative Bill Grant was DIEALSBAmEI :
welcomed back to Bradford rx Grant says,but they were prevented
County by E.M. Lewis Tuesday from bringing their bill to the floor
afternoon for a vote by the liberal majority. .
at the Wal-Mart
ping center In Starke. Grant shop t sll..rd+.Ngt Washington"We don't,"need Grant more continued.liberals in
spoke to a email of
porters In the shopping group center sup "Congress is in a period of crucial ON N1W:
parking lot explaining why he 't ,. he years for the future of the country"
voted against the "fraudlent" said. "No wonder there is a move-
deficit reduction bill In i ment sweeping through the country
passed
Congress last to 'throw everyone (in office) out.'
Sunday."In
reality and a,tax it Is Increase a spending," he Increase I'm"The not sure growth I don't in agree the with economy it." : ) j\\I\1.5.:
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said. generates about $73 billion In new
revenue each year," Grant said. "If
we simply held new government
spending to the rate of inflation, we
could reduce the deficit by$25 billionin
real dollars each year. The
package that passed was a fraud

I Thomas Retained as Chairman, Curtis Vice-Chairman of BrookerBy Shrimp

Jo. GU y The county health department neighborhood. Two replies were Police Report.. :_.. ScampiDinner
ICT Staff Writer issues septic tank permits, not the recieved and action is planned by Marshal John Hodges reports 14 xw !
At its meeting October 9, the first town of Hampton it was noted. the owners. arrests were made during the ''
regular meeting since the Hampton Hodges was appointed to contact the Also some yards are grown up in month, and two reserve officers are $3.99
city elections held September 11, the Department of Natural Resourcesand weeds and dog fennels, some have doing volunteer duty on the force:
city council voted to retain James The Department of En- piles of junk and are unsightly, ac- Mike Brunetti and Bill Tillotson.
(Pete)Thomas as council chairman. vironmental Regulation to study the cording to Ed Saxon. Both officers are working without
Thomas has been in that capacity problem and report back to the coun "Send a notice (that correctionsmust pay just to keep their police certification
since his first election to the council be made), wait 30 days and in force.Only cost to the ci- Baked
last year. cil.Dog send a bill (for the repairs or clean ty is for insurance. Hours that a
Veteran councilman Ted Curtis, Pound... up done), said attorney Shaw. policeman is on duty are greatly in- Chicken
reelected this year for another term "If a dog does not belong to Being a "nusiance and a hazard"is creased with the two reserve of
Dinner
as councilman was retained as vice- anybody, it is not necessary to keep the key to taking action, he said. ficers.
chairmaq it any length of time" Hodges.told $4.59
Mayor Zola WlinamSon':' also 'Uh ebOhlfi-r "s' III f
ti t reelected to. succeed! herself, all an be built fog tjjie"
u th....JoHowing. comiWtBeo! ap'IOidl.tments i lator,4odge reportedT : .tllMinilniim'StitdentTPefrormahceStandards i '
: and after a I ,
.Police-Ted Curtis, chairman couple months, the dog, nusiance .
Pete Thomas and June Haddock. population would be under control Baked
-Water-Ed. Saxon chairman using a portable aluminum trap. Teachers shall provide appropriate instructionin Seafood
with Ted Curtis and June Haddock. Cost of feeding animals would be
Street and BuildingPeteThomas minimal if they were disposed of the Minimum Student Performance .1. Combo
chairman Ed. Saxon and quickly. Griffin Industries will ac-
Jane Hall. cept dogs that have been destroyed, Standards for Reading, Writing, Mathematics, $4.69

man-Recreation, Pete Thomas-Jane and Hall Ted,Curtis.chair- Hodges June Haddock said. recommended and Computer Literacy, Science & Social Studies. .! W t1'' Each dinner served ona

Fire & Law and Order-June the council agreed,that adoptions be bed of nee,with green
Promotion from each level will indicate f y beans,cole slaw and
grade
Haddock, Chairman, Jane Hall and allowed. Also a three day courtesy 'lr'oai .f C breadstick.SEAFOOD .
Ed Saxon. wait have be allowed been cared for dogs for. that appearto mastery of the standards appropriate for that i.

Wetlands Zoning... particular grade. Teacher lesson plans will be
Abandoned Buildings...
"If we issue permits to move a
trailer into a wetlands area, we are Four letters were sent recently to used to document instruction in the Minimum
actually helping to destroy the owners of abandoned buildings that SEOEOOD
Standards.
Student Performance P1Cl.
wetlands," said Marshal John are no longer liveable and are a nu GREAT/
Hodges, recommending that the siance and a hazard to the
council adopt rules to govern the issuing -
of zoning permits,particularly
for septic tanks in wetlands.
"You have no law defining


Shaw sion wetlands"We on,"What can",he" use asked.said can the you Attorney state base statutes a Gene deci-" I Told You What I Have Done


Hodges replied, "determine if thereis


placed Septic a a violation violation 75 tanks feet exists.then are from'refuse"required a the wetlands permitif to be I Told You What I Can Do


Hodges said, but here some are ac-
in the wetlands.

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Young Steven Hutaey, pictured
above with bit mature cotton plant,
planted the seeds In hit daddy's
(Jerry Hulcey's) garden on Griffis

throughout Loop. Steven the nurtured summer and the watched plants- Vote For MARVIN ROSIER

them grow Into mature cotton ;
plants UU fall, ready for harvett. .


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Undecided Voters in Lead Here; "Yes" Vote on No. 3 and 4 .. Three to Go .


Chiles Martinez CloseAs Dear Editor:
Dear Editor:
(a) It requires that a recorded roll- I plan to vote In the Nov. 6th election!
This letter is written to encourage the call vote, rather than a voice voter be I nave 30 years experience at voting
big-money interests who have literally voters of Bradford County to vote yes taken on final action on legislation in a and feel that I am qualified. I don't
usual, under the question and on proposed Amendments No.Sand No. the borrow
committee or subcommittee, upon have to lie, beg, or steal It
answer format that has now taken the paid his way to the Governor's mansion. 4 to Florida's Constitution. These request of any two committee or subcommittee anything. I don't have to promise and||

place of genuine debate in politics, Tuesday And this election will not only affect amendments will be on the General members.b not deliver. I don't have to dodge or!

night's inconclusive word-sparring Florida. The eyes of the nation are on our Election ballot on November 6th. ( ) It requires that the rules of both avoid voters after an election. I don't]

between Lawton Chiles and Bob Martinezwas state, waiting to see if it is possible for a Amendment No. S would make it the House and Senate provide that all have a problem sleeping or have to!

disappointing as far as informing the Governor to be elected to office without more difficult for the Legislature to committee, subcommittee and joint watch over my shoulder. For in sure, IIdon't 1
the mind getting caught a voting
pass cost of state mandated
pro- conference committee meetings shall
having his hands tied before taking the
hand.
electorate the issues at
on booth.I .
gams on to county and
municipal be open and noticed to the public.c .
oath of office. Lawton Chiles is the
Chiles had asked for a give-and-take, just governments. If the voters approve this need your help, you need mine and
( ) It that the rules of both
no-holds-barred confrontation between man to prove it can be done, and the proposal, the Legislature will not be requires the candidates need our vote. Please j
voters, for their own good and the good of able to impose on local governments the House and Senate provide that all cast the only thing we have left at them.
himself and Martinez in the of between
pattern the State and Nation should support his most types of mandates requiring funding prearranged gatherings more "We can cut them off at the booth". I
historic Lincoln/Douglas debates the than two members of the Legislature,
or Governor unless the law fulfills an importantstate
more recent decisive exchange between effort. We deserve a who is free interest and: or between the Governor, the President Please vote for the "Democrat" of]
of big-dollar ties and who can make the 01' the Senate, or the Speaker of the your choice.
Kennedy and Nixon, where there was no best decisions for the entire State and its (a) Funding Is provided or a House, shall be reasonably open to the
enact Wayne Massey
doubt who had won. But Martinez held We need leader who has stood source Is provided that can be public if the purpose of the meeting is to
people.
out for the more restrictive and boring a by a simple majority vote of the local LawteyP.S.
agree upon subsequent legislative ac-
the test of time for 20 in Last Count on County Commis-
over years government
or
format of asked the tion regarding pending legislation or '
having by
questions political service and has the of sioners (2 down 3 to go).
news media, with only 60 seconds allowedfor strength (b) Both the House and Senate pass amendments.I .
character and the to do the
integrity job. the mandated program by a twothirdsvote. all both
an answer and little or no free ex- encourage voters to support
change of argument before time is called. During his long years in Washington, of these constitutional amendments on AdvisedTo
Chiles the Amendment Tuesday, November 6. Their passage Public
fought against corruption caus- No. 4 would bring the ac-
Consequently, there is really)) no way to ed by almost unlimited financ- tions of the Legislature into the sun- will help to assure fiscal responsibility Get Flu Shots
determine who won and who lost, since with campaign shine and open up the Legislative pro- by the Legislature regarding unfunded Before Nov. 15th
ing. out $10 limiton
to Starting per person state mandates and will bring more
neither candidate had sufficient time cess to more public scrutiny. If this proposal
contributors during his first campaignfor is it would openness and sunshine to the proceedings
complete his arguments or answers to approved require three Influenza and pneumonia combined
questions that were generally vacuous.A the Senate, he gradually increased the significant changes in the legislative of your legislature. have ranked as the sixth leading cause
limit to $100 per person as the cost of process, as follows:
George Crady of death in the United States since 1979.
mini-poll taken of 110 adults by The campaigning grew with the rise of infla- Representativelast As flu season draws near,the American
Telegraph on the streets and on the phone Lung Association of Florida advises all
this week indicated that 37 percent of tion.One individuals to consult
high risk their
of his first acts
after bein
electedto
local voters who intend to go to the pollson Duncan Explains ImportanceOf doctors now about flu shots. Early vaccination -
the U.S. Senate was to bring 'govern--
and can strengthen the body's
November 6 are still "undecided",
24 percent were not voting at all. Of the ment in the sunshine" to the halls of Con- Voting for Amendment OnePlease defenses against influenza and
He also
fiscal
gress. was a conservativewho pneumonia.
remainder, 25 votes went to Chiles,and 19

to Martinez. "Undecided" was the big the rose Senate to the high position of chairmanof accept this letter as an encouragement minute by the Legislature. Agencies Those individuals at high risk include

winner and not many minds were likelyto budget committee, wherehe for all voters to support such as school boards are deeply older adults, especially those over 65
be changed by Tuesday night'slackJustre fought for years for a balanced budget Amendment One in the general electionin Involved in closing out existing budgets of age; adults and children who
and just when they have to offer a plan for a have
"debate". Something stronger finally stepped aside because he was November. Floridians will be askedto lung problems such as em-
is need to help those "undecided" make convinced that neither the Congress nor make a decision to change the Con- new budget. physema and asthma; and residents of
Presidents Reagan and Bush were in- stitution of Florida to bring the 3. Many new laws become effective nursing homes or other long-term
up their minds before next Tuesday. terested in cutting expenditures enoughto Legislature into session in February of July 1. If agencies have more lead time health care facilities. Health care providers

Chiles showed himself eager Tuesday obtain a balanced budget. each year instead of April. they should be able to provide a better should also be vaccinated to

night to provide this stimulus, but his oft- The advantages of having the implementation process. avoid transmitting influenza to high
repeated challenges to Martinez to These are just a few of the many ac- meetings begin in February are many There are other reasons for suppor- risk persons.
debate him time and cpmlishments of Lawton Chiles during but the following seem to be the most ting Amendment One but the ones
any anywhere his 18 years in Congress. Now he offers advantageous: mentioned above should be strongly Flu shots must be taken once a year
before election day went unheeded by the to be effective. The
considered. preferred time for
himself for the hightest office in his 1. The change would allow local .
Governor.It flu vaccination is
before November
native State, which he served well]] in the governments, including those that have Please above all, vote on November to allow the sufficient 15
is sad the local fiscal beginning October 1, additional 6 for the candidate body time to pro
a commentary on Legislature before moving on to the U.S. years of your choice and duce antibodies to the virus.
electorate if percent of voters are not Senate. We can expect from him now the time to react to the Legislature'sfiscal consider voting yes on Amendment one.

going to the polls on November 6. They same degree of strong leadership, in- actions. Jim Duncan, Superintendent We at the American Lung Association
are missing a good opportunity to participate tegrity and high standards of ethics in 2. Millions of dollars in future spending Bradford County Schools of Florida hope that you will heed our

in our democratic process, faultyas Tallahassee that he exhibited in authority are determined at the urgent message on flu and pneumonia.

it is, and help make it better. Washington.At Protect yourself,ask your doctor about

Here is something these poll] drop-outs this critical Developer Says Political Signs ,., r fju shots now. .
in Nation's
should think about... history the people period of Florida our deserve .Sampson: ; ,Lake Roads ? T ,. AreProtected .qf ti a91aia3' Ir;.., 9ti.4P.t ipap\\mg Assoc.
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Law
Florida voters may never again-at change at the highest level. Lawton By

least in this centuryhave the opportunity Chiles and his runningmate, Buddy Editor, Telegraph:
to elect a Governor who is free b carry MacKay. are the team that can provide Editor, Telegraph:

out the will of the people, with no strings the leadership Florida needs in this on The Edmunds people who Drive own and property BreamwoodLane and live It has been brought to my attentionby

attached nor any obligation to favor the critical last decade of the 20th Century. have paid over $700,000 for real fairness a friend in who happens whether to Democrator believe in To The Voters:
estate taxes to Bradford politics
County over Republican, and respects the rights What are the issues in the Governor'srace
recent The and homes
years. property of others to believe as they wish. Each ? The"Real"issue in this race and
have added close to three million
r 'a4i' party works hard to get their can- all races is life or death of babies.
dollars to the county tax roll. In addition
P ; -- ..-.- didates elected.I Lawton Chiles has shown his true colorsin
to those facts, we now have school
busses picking up and dropping off am a member of the Bradford County his ads, stating he will not object to
IDI school children daily, which Is putting DEC, and because of this I do not woman's choice to kill her unborn child.
Would he also not object to a woman
additional wear and tear on our dirt condone anyone tearing down and
roads.In destroying each others signs or other killing her one day old child? Lawton
advertising. Chiles has stated he is Pro Choice. The
light of these points, I believe you meaning of Pro Choice is, the right to
rOTE: OUT MR. will agree that we deserve to have our I have advised our members not to commit murder of unborn babies. Gov.
TAX MAN roads paved. You can help us by lettingthe destroy any party's signs, and I ask of Martinez has not compromised his
? ; Bradford County Commission know you, in both parties,not to do this. If you stand against abortion.
i WARTlHEZ. VOTE OEM w how they need to apply for this work to see anyone destroying signs, please '
I be done as soon as possible.? I personally contact the sheriff's office or city police
If
think it is murder
to
you right un-
GiVE SENIOR CITIZENS r rA attended the meeting for District Two department. There is a law that protects born babies as Lawton Chiles does that
of the of the destruction of -
Department Transportation, private
is your If are to the
held on Monday,October 29, where I re- ty, which includes political parses, murder right. you babies opposed Gov. Mar-
BRE4K quested pavement of 10,000 feet of the whether Democrat or Republican.There tinez is, help return him to as office.
roads under the DOT Five Year Pro- is no sense In what is happening. -

gram.It The best man will prevail and win This is your choice; LIFE OR
is my wish that you support this in whatever task or path he may take. DEATH of unborn babies.
worthy project. Thank you. Thank you for taking the time to read
Let conscience be guide.
this message. your vour I:
Mary Ann Soud,
Deerfoot Trail William Dowling Dewitt Mersey :
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fA Sign of the Times. All Four Amendments Rate Approval I'I


Politics is heating up, going into the home! stretch.: This sign speaks for itself and When Voters Go to Polls This J\fov.
was created by Morris (Mo) Norton for display on his property on U.S. 301 South. 6
Guess who Mo is voting for! ,
and Is mentally fit to carry a handgun. I
Four proposed amendments to the Florida Constitutionwill
appear on the November 6 General Election ballot for Better handgun control Is endorsed by Sarah Brady,
approval or disapproval of the voters. wife of James Brady,who was seriously and permanently
by a would-be assassin who attempted to kill
Amendment No. 1 would move the regular 60-day handicap in 1981.It Is opposed by the National RI-
legislative session, now held in April and May, back to fle Association.A .
March and April in 1991, and starting in 1992 It would be
moved back to February and March. YES vote Is recommended on Amendment No. 2.

Those in favor of this amendmend believe it would makeit '
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VOTE YES easier to write and Implement the state's multi-billion Amendment No. 3, which Is endorsed by the Bradford I
dollar budget since it would allow more time for better County Board of County Commissioners, Is designed to :
planning before the end of the fiscal year. With the prevent the State Legislature from passing laws that I
legislative session now ending in early June and the fiscal would compel Florida counties and municipalities to
year starting July, there is little time for details to be finance projects, proposed but not financed by the state.
NOV. 6 worked out before the budget Is sent to the Governor for County and city officials generally support this amend-

YOU review. ment "because the legislature will no longer be able to i'
Amendment One'Is also endorsed by Jim Duncan, pass the buck onto local gove nments." 'I I

Superintendent of Bradford County Schools, who says the A YES vote on Amendment No. 3 Is recommended.
change would allow local governmental agencies, such as II.
school board, more lead time between the date the new *

state budget is adopted and local boards adopt their own Amendment No. 4 to designed to bring more "Govern- I
budgets in the fall. ment In the Sunshine"to the Legislature Itself. It proposes

A YES vote Is recommended for Amendment No.1. that certain votes of legislators must be recorded; and I
Wii that the Legislature shall provide by rule for open and

publicized committee meeting, and for certain other I.
-- Amendment No. 2 would require a mandatory period of legislative meetings and meetings between the Governor,* I

three days, excluding weekends and legal holidays, between the President of the Senate or the Speaker of the House be !
the purchase and delivery of any handgun, and requires reasonably open to the public. i I

agADFORD the Legislature to enact legislation to provide a Some critic charge that the Legislature passed Sunshine
Nfr CoPhone felony penalty for violations. Laws for other branch of the State Government,

pRIo.4 A recent Florida Opinion Pol indicated that a large ma- but continue to hold some secret meetings itself This
(tLrgrap1N jority of Florida voters favor the amendment, which amendment to designed to bring Sunshine to all branches
would allow time for a background checkup on the gun- of Florida government

wsawtso purchaser to be sure that he or she to not a convicted felon. A YES vote to recommended on Amendment No. 4.
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:To Wed in Nov. 10 Ceremony

YERGIEF :- .. -
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Laura Shoup, daughter of Mr. and Harley, both members or early
Mrs. Paul Shoup of Merritt Island Starke families.
and Phillip Harley] son of Mr and Mrs. Shoup and Mrs. Harley both
Mrs. Al Harley, also of Merritt graduated from Bradford High
Island, will wed on Saturday, School], and were surprised to find
November 10,at 8:30 p.m. in Trinity that several years ago, they were
1t 'iV Presbyterian Church at Satellite living within 18 miles of each otheron
}P Merritt Island.
u w Beach.
The marriage will unite descen- Laura and Phillip met on a blind
<..:! dants of several] Starke families date and their romance blossomed
rt 1 l 'i. .1..1.M whose names are familiar locally. when she Invited him to escort her to
4 N..1.) Laura is the daughter of Ona a Halloween Carnival several] years I
Demorest Shupe whose parents "a&o.
were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Phillip| graduated from Embry
Demorest, who resided for many Riddle University in December 1989, I 'I
years at their home on Park Place, and Laura graduated from Fort
an address that no longer exists Lauderdale Institute of Art in 1987, Laura Slump Phillip Harley
since the property was absorbed and is now a commercial artist.
several years ago in the develop- All friends and relatives of the
S. ; S ment of a shopping center. Phillip Is couple are invited to attend the wed-
the son. of Al and Vivian McRae ding. 1h
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p"I"" ''"'''-"",.,- "'... .,II:',_. "..... !I held The its Bradford Hospital Auxiliary Elise Pass, Starke, fish cooker .Nell Oxford,_Starke, set of
5th annual bazaar at the .!donated! by Griffis Gas.
Happy 93rd Birthday... !? presenting the birthday cake to Mrs. Barksdale. hospital entrance pavillion and lob- Neil Scott, Starke, yard blower Store.glasses donated by Mitchell's Drug
Mr, Verffl* Barksdale, seated .> head of table, Is Seated the table (Ito r) are: Mary Kelly (85), Mat- by, Friday, donated by Acme Hardware. Diane
wishesito Tierney,Starke,flower
arrangement
tie (84). Tom Ellis (91). Bark dale,the
celebrating her .3rd birthday with friends at the eon- Murray Vergie The auxiliary thank the Linda Wise, Waldo, salad set donated by Wilson's
honoree, Janie (90). Flos81e Prescott (BS) ,
Thompson and
gregate dining room a'the Suwannee River public the merchants involved donated bv Denmark Furniture. Florist.
Council 134 E.South I Street.SherifKennethEtheridgeand!! Dewey Williams (84) (back to camera). for helping to make it a success.
Winners of the gifts donated by

Vergie Barksdale Celebrates 93rd Birthday merchants-J. Willis and of Starke won by, $100 raffle U.S.were sav-: NOTICE OF CERTIFICATIONOF

u ings bond donated First
by National
." Bank of Bradford TAX ROLL
'..:J Mrs. Vergie Barksdale celebrated tendees at the meal site helped The sheriff has donated$500 to the .Rose Register County., St.
Augustine,
,; her 93rd birthday, Monday October Vergie celebrate. A birthday cake center for birthday cakes when $100 U.S. savings bond donated by
IS, with a dinner at the Suwannee:: was provided by Sheriff Kenneth needed. First Union Bank.. Pursuant
to Section 193.122 Florida
I, River Economic Council congregate Etheridge. Rossie Reddish ((92)), Tom Ellis Lillie Pernell, Starke ,
$50 U.S.
South dining Street.room, located at 134 East Births. (90), Janie Thompson ((90), Flossie savings bond donated by Community Statutes, Jimmy Alvarez, Property Appraiserfor
Prescott (89 Nov. 1), Mary Kelly State Bank.
Many friends who are regular,at- (85), Mattie Murray (84), and Bradford County, Hereby gives notice
/ ...Codey Michael Rogers Dewey Williams (84) all were In at-
Michael and Melissa Rogers an- tendance.At the 1990 Tax Roll for Bradford County was
nounce the birth of a son, Codey
", WilliamsNettlesTo Michael, born Oct. 8 in Baptist certified to the Tax Collector on the 4th day
Wed Nov. 10 Medical Center. Codey was 201/2 In- 75th Birthday for Gertrude Cruce 't-
ches long and weighed 8 pounds. -- of October, 1990 for the collection of taxes.

Ms.:Annette Williams of Lawtey Maternal grandparents are Lloyd her home in Lawtey on Oct. 14,, Everyone had a great day 'of
I.. announces the approaching! weddingof and Gail Allenof Starke and Joyce thirteen of her 14 children with then: horseshoe volleyball, food, family, Alvarez
her daughter Jennifer Rae to Miller of Gainesville. Great- family and friends got together t o doorprizes and fun. The family Jimmy CFA
Adam Nettles, son of Mr. Doug Net- grandmother is Gladys Allen of wish Mrs. Cruce a very happy birthday sends a special thanks to Archie Property Appraiser
tles of Starke and Mrs. Wanda Nettles Starke. and many morel Tanner for the "shade" his people
of Lawtey. Paternal grandparents are Gertrude's sisters Coy Cruce and I set up.

A private wedding will be held at and Charlie Gloria and and Paula Mark Rogers Pruitt of of Starke Lake Sybil Gnffis and her brother Clifton I -U'H ruwn._._._.uu......_.._.......an. ;.....;;.....;......._...................11u..u...u..n_#
: ( the home of the bride-elect's grand- Rosier joined in all the activities. _
parents on Nov. 10. There will be a City. Twenty-one of her thirtythreegrandchildren Led Revival
,.' reception following! at Harold] and ...Brlttlnl Chastise Nettles and nine of her twen i Youth _
Betty Smith's residence on Highway Buster and Dianne Hughes are ty great grandchildren were on handto I
100 at:,p.m. to which all friends and proud to welcome their first grand- make this a four generation dav Church ;
.' -family are invited to attend.RowanMorris child into the family. Brittini Victory Baptist
,: Chastise Nettles was born on Oct. S
. at 7:02p.m. at Shands Hospital. She Dial 911 Emergency I -
To We< ov.l0 weighed 6 Ib. 81/2 oz. and was 181/2 = Hampton, Florida i
Tracy Rowan and Daren Morrisare inches long. Thank you Shawn. .and. Music Skits MusicDynamic
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to be wed Saturday'N6 ember Stefanie for our mtle dollt Nov 3rd & 4th Special i
:HHi..t- ; 'Iff.'ffjI'nt.'Kkt'The Carol Estates! Bad 1Z\i I ,-,- 1, '" Preaching -
n''INittst. Church in Gainesville.
No local invitations have been i Services Begin Sat. 6pm i
sent,but all friends and relatives are Bruce Pollack M.D. l .. Come Meet Our -
invited to attend the wedding and .1J f Youth Team
reception following. The church is Bradford Family Practice : Steven, Seth,Stephanie Denise Ii
located at 2020 NE 15th St.,

I'' Gainesville (off of Waldo Road). 743 S. Walnut Street i All Welcome These Special Services i

I, Starke
\ Pastor Bob Cooper .I
Goodwin-Phillips 'fMIIMIIMIIMIIMIIMIIMIIMIIMIIMIIMIIMrflBMIIMHIinllMIIOTIIM.IMIIB-
I To Wed. Nov. 10 ---

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Brenda Goodwin of Starke an-
nounces the engagement of her r'all

,,: daughter Kimberly Goodwin to Marshall t _
, -.. Philllpe Son of Evert and Wan- Rx "a
1 da Phillips, all of Starke. : Flu Shot

%. attending Kimberly Bradford, the bride-elect High ,School.Is still

Marshall graduated from Bradford \
. High School and is employed by
"ii Anderson and Columbia of Lake Cf- 1 l J
.",! ;: xTd f V.4w-;
,'I The wedding Is set for November

:u 10 at the U.C.I. Training Building. (jet lPa :recommend.getting./P your


EuniceSearleTo flu shot in the fall in preparationfor
Wed Nov. 3 the 1991 flu season.
-
The wedding of Darlene Eunice
"', and Duane Searle will be Saturday,
Call 964.9535 496-0092 for *
or an appointment. -MEIARE COVERAGE1FORML1,9
;1; November 3, 2 p.m. at Hope Baptist
Church, Theressa. All friends and
v' relatives are Invited.
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TE1.KGKAPII: November I.ItMB

School News ,' ..ewsSradtord' USDA Commodity Distribution Dates Set CPA Opens Office
High School
f Southside Elem. High School students thank the community for theirkdona Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc., announces the following dates James E. Lawson, CPA U open--
I raised$255 in car washes held at the tions. for distribution of USDA commodities. Qualifications guidelines and in- ing his office for the pracUce of Ac- '
Our high school and Community State The students: who participated In come eligibility scale information may be obtained from the Suwannee counting and Auditing of Tax Ser-
1900 Halloween Carnival was Bank on October 12 and 20.The proceeds the fund raiser were: Brian Jones, River Economic Council Inc. vices at 3121 Venture Place, Suite 9,
huge success! We would like to will be used to purchase new Becky Urbie, Pretina Hutchinson, Commodities must be picked up only at the site designated on the card. in Jacksonville.
sincerely thank all our volunteers novels, written by women and Mandy Box, Angel Hammond, Jen- You must present your current card to receive commodities.You or either Mr. Lawson is the son of Mrs.
for booths devoting their time in various minorities to add to the high school neina Edwards, Daniello Henry, 01 two designated alternates may pickup the commodities.Distribution Mildred Lawson, Keystone Heights
,
shops and to our ESE depart- Tahra site and dates areas follows:
cirriculum. Francis, Kenny Norman, and the late W.E. Lawson. He and
ment.Elizabeth A special thanks to Mrs. Paula Steele, principal, has Tara Hinds, Dewaine Linger Shan- Nov.5-16: STARKE: OUTREACH CENTER,320 S.WalnutSt,9:00: a.m.-4 his wife, Joan and daughter Lisa,
Stalnaker and her agreed to match the funds raised non Brown, Stephen Murphy, Jen- p.m.Butter live at Big Tree Circle Drive in
cafeteria staff for a delicious meal.A from the car washes with fund from nifer Glisson, Kishanna Spooner ,com meal, peanut butter and veg. beans will be distributed this Jacksonville. Their daughter, Kim,
special<<: thanks for the devotion the high school's Accountability Lacee Johnson, Keri Norman and month. is attending college in Sebring,
and interest of the parents for Grant. Lisa Caraway. Please bring a box or bag to put your commodities in. Florida.
_.
without them, our special activities ._ -. I
would not succeed. -
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The winner of our raffle was Kevin
Thomas and Margaret Newton. Mr.

i, shotgun Thomas won and the Mrs.No.Newton 1400 Winchester won the Extra Lean Whole Or Half 1f4J .

See-thru Happy telephone.birthday on Nov. 2 to our ((5-7 Lbs. Avg.) Sliced FREE! $ 68 ( I

principal, Mr. Moore. We all hope
you have a great day and many
moi e. BONELESS i

...Mrs. lIobb's Class Lb.Chef's
Room 10 has an important .
message: PORK LOINS
We are second grade and we are
drug free. No drug dealer's gonna Prime Boneless
mess with me. Rib-End Pork q e '

kisses drugs.We play and Nice football hugs.things, but are we better don't,take like LL, The Other White Meat' ROAST. Lb. 2.88 1D ]


You can be anything, you just say
no. We're a drug free class and
healthy we'll grow.
We are D-R-U-G free! We are DRUG A I Ears Sweet
free! J

...Mrs.! Reddish's Class YELLOW CORN
Prices In this ad

&Mrs.The Giant Reddish's Peach"class this read month."James Its S 4 0 Std: Monday, Long Green Slicing

the story of a boy who travels !In a thru
peach with giant insects. Next we Sunday CUCUMBERS
read "Charlie & The Chocolate Fac- : '
tory". Nov. 4.1990.

...Mrs.! Baker's class

Mrs. Baker's class has "adopted" ,
Ronald thomas of Starke as our
soldier to correspond with. We send A I
letters each week and have sent a I I 5199c
large box of goodies. We have
received letters and Arabian money
from him. He is a Marine and is
located in the Arabian desert near
Kuwait. Whole Or Half
...Mrs. Boone, Library SemiBonelessLamb
Southside is saving Campbell's
Products labels again this year. Legs. . Lb. 2.58
Please send them to your child's
teacher. The room who collects the Lamb LegChops J4S
most gets popsicles at the end of the Lb. 3.29
I month. We are also saving Millers
I Supermarket and Publix cash Lamb Loin, Rib, __

register receipts for computer Sirloin Chops. . Lb. 4.99 a
equipment and software. Thanks!

...Mrs. Neighbor's Class 1

school Mrs.again Neighbor's on Oct. 8.class She no longer began : : I I. _

has a combination 2/3 class. Sixteen Country PridBonercss mmENDEtiS -
2nd graders joined her 8 2nd
graders. We made "Dinosaur Stew" Breast
I on Wednesday the 10th.Thursday we
went with all the 2nd grades to the ORANGES
Florida Muslum of Natural History i
_ in Gainesville to seethe DinoMania I
Exhibition. We also visited Florida
Field and the O'Connell Center.
Thank you to Mrs. Pass, Mrs.
Harley, Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Van
Camp for chaperoning.
...:1'-s T-' ",e's Class
"Your
Thanks to all the parents for sen-
ding in items for our adopted soldier,
David Barnes. We've mailed him

Thanks pancake three letters for breakfast all and your two and care help Ice packages.with Cream the :;[ i Bunch Fresh Choice"GREEN '"

at Sundaes, and for all your help at the

to carnival.Robert Happy LaFever October and Beau birthdays Pearson Head Snow White Y

_ a Terrific kids for this grading
S period were Beau Pearson andS
Jeremiah Hamilton. Our safety (1 BROCCOLICAULIFLOWER
g patrols did a wonderful Job for our*

: school. Outgoing patrols are Renee _.. ,
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3: smith, April McKinney, Brittany .. : .. .
Ford and Jill Gnann.
A poem to our soldier from

Yachica Goodman: A 12 Oz. Vacuum Pack Whole Kernel 8 Oz. Assorted N'
:"i No one knows how it's gonna turn Frozen Grade Light
out, so if you hear shots don't
g. scream or shout. It could be your imagination DEL MONTE CORN Lively
5 BAKING HENS
:.; or just a bad dream. So
JJ1 whatever you do, please keep in 100 YO URT48cLb.
SK touch, and Just remember we love ----
-- you so much. Hurry home David! pp0E

(.: ...Shark Bile News 2/79c/ Y

r-:. Southside Elementary's newly 3/$1/
K.;; organized Kazoo Band debuted in .
r Bradford High School's 1990
; Homecoming Parade. The 31 _
As dedicated 4th and 5th graders practiced --ny-
S.? almost every afternoon for two _
:Jg:: } weeks before the parade and gave a
Sy performance of which Southside can 48 Ounce 9.5 Oz. Merico SealtestLESSON
j:.:d i be proud. Mrs. O'Brian' wants to 1
ra: thank all of the band members for j I 01UR'
j.j': their hard work and cooperation. OIL CINNAMON ROLLS CREAM
:c; A special thanks goes to Mrs. _
:p3 Diane Barksdale for making sailor .
J33. collars for the band and to Mrs.
? ? Tyson and Mrs. Lafferty for I
J'''? assisting during the parade. Band $199 : -- 89mJ C
r leade, Casey Moore, did a great job I -. rS IiRCRfM i 9gc
:fit headingup the group at the 8READY OBAKE< ,ij
; ; Homecoming Parade. Jill Gnann .
:M: and Nicole Guley carried the ban- __.C, mon Rolls .- --
?": ner. The rhythm section consisted of r _
.
S3 Matt Pusateri, Jason Boatwright,

E3::.. Trisha Wheeler, Andrea Aquirre, 6 Ct Plain/10 Oz. Oat Bran Cinnamon & Raisin,
Melissa and Lloyd.
April
Z t'-2 Following Wynn them were 21 of the best 64 Oz. 45' Off A0 A. Blueberry/5 Ct. Soft/12 Oz. Egg, Onion

:M gi S5 l for Kazooists us in the in Bradford Christmas County Parade! Look!IE SNUGGLE FABRIC SOFTENER. 1 j LENDER'S BAGELS, .: . . . . .79

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::::.s Hampton

g Elem. News Miller Genuine
2 Liter Diet Cots, Caffeine Free DM Cots Bud

The following students were COKE CLASSIC Draft
ZY.s I awarded A Honor Roll Certificates Bud Lt
; for the first 6 weeks: :
:-:.: Holly Contois, Karilyn Hawkins, MIIVIillerltef
:: Renea Hutto, Crystal Ramsey, 9ge NR .
::=.:. Michelle Stanley, Stephanie Acree, 89
Eric Carroll,Jennifer Frees,Joshua 5
:..:.:-:. Knipp, Johnathan Rhoden, Troy 2 Utter- Sartte. DM firths ....................1" 12 / 12 PK 299 CN
Johns, Brian McClellan, Christina ffci. af f-12 Ox. Caat-Cefca oz
Meng, Chad Rhoden, David Stone, a ItslatN it ssas 1'............................1.71 12oz6PKI
Jeremy Gates, Brian Lott, Josh ,
Meng, Brad Muse; Matilda Rhoden,
= Paul urner, Julie McMillan, Marcus -
"\i Affron, Nikki Baker, Nena Con
_ tois, Jason Lovell, Tonya Newman,
....r Stephanie demons, Hannah Ford,
Vicki Hutto and John McMillan. i
The Hampton Halloween Carnival
i 1 was a tremendous success. Thanks
$; to all the parents,teachers and community -
: t members for your support.
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"Vovember' I, 1990 TELEGRAPH Pare 7A

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Home School NewsA

Intends to register said fictitious name having a central angl. of 01 degre* 07 of 15 Home School
area
] Legal .NoticesNOTICE I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, under the aforesaid statute minutes 47 seconds, a radius of 7099.6 students group and their families enjoyeda
EIGHTH JUDICIAL COURT Dated this 26 day of October 1990 In feet and a chord bearing and distance of
field trip to the Santa Fe Com-
IN AND FOR BRADFORD Bradford
'. County. North 12 degrees 04 minutes 53 seconds
COUNTY FLORIDA 11/1 4tpd 11/22. PO No.682 East 140 feet to the North line of said SE munity College Teaching Zoo in
FLORIDA INVESTORS MORTGAGE CORPORATION Gainesville on Monday Oct. 29. The
1/4 th.nc.
; run North 88 degrees 43
OF INTENTIONTO File Number 1-41-40 NOTICE OF guides for the tour were students in
PROPOSED minutes 30 seconds East, along told
Case No. 9O-4-CP Plaintiffs, the Zoo Animal Technology
REGISTER : ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCEBY North line of the SE 1/4 a distance of pro-
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION v.. After the the had
FICTITIOUS NAME THE TOWN COUNCILOF 118.7 feet to the Point of gram. tour group a
Pursuant to Section 86509 Florida The administration of the estate of EDWARD PEACOCK and JAMIE THE TOWN OF BROOKE, FLORIDA at Beginning. picnic lunch on the lawn of the col
public sale, to the highest bidderfor
Statutes nolle It thai the Chariot Daniel Dobbs deceased. File PEACOCK,
hereby given lege.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on cash, In the lobby of the Bradford
undersigned Yvonne and Richard RI.. Number 1-41.40, I.pending In the Circuit his wife; and RUBY TROLL Do not forget our Nov. 6 meetingat
November 13. 1990 at 7:00: the County Courthouse In Starke
p.m. Florida
ing. Rt. 2 Box 1262, Stark., Florida 32091 Court for Bradford County, Florida Probate Defendants. Town the Bradford County Fair
Council af
the address CASE NO.9087CA the Town of Brooker at 11:00 am on the 15th day of
of
which
Division Is
the
!lolnt owners, doing business under Building at 7 p.m. All Home School
Florida regular
In session to b held at November
1990.
P.O. Box 779, Bradford County Courthouse NOTICE OF SALE *
of *
firm name Beellne, Rt. 2 Box 1262 families invited and
Stark., Florida 3201 Intends to regl.ter Stark. Florida 32091 The NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant th. Brooker Town Hall Brooker Florida, Witness by hand and official seal this refreshments are will be served. For

:.. aid fictitious nom under th* aforesaid noms and add,..... of the personal to a Summary Final Judgment of will consider the following ordinance ons.cond 25th day of October 1990. more information call Denise
statute. rprsntatlv and the personal Foreclosure entered In this Action on reading and proposed passage Ray Norman ,
Crawford 431-1091 Elaine
Dated this 25th day of October In representative's attorney are set forth October 22 1990 I RAY NORMAN as thereof. Clark of the Circuit Court Crawford 864-6830. or
Bradford County. below. Clerk of this Court, will sell certain property ORDINANCE NO.90-07 By Tosher Allen _

10/25 4tpd i 1/1 S PO No. 671 ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED situate, lying and being In Bradford ORDINANCE RELATING TO LITTER AND Deputy Clerk

THAT: County, Florida to-wlt JUNK ON PUBLIC AND PRIVATE PROPERTY 11/1 2tchg 11/B PO No.681 Ihou.., Stark., Florida at 11:00: a.m. on
: All persons on whom this notice Is Commencing at the Intersection of the ; PROVIDING FOR APPLICABILITY the 30th day of November, 1990, the
served who have objections that North Property IIn. of Jackson Street WITHIN THE INCORPORATED AREA OF following described real estate property .

PUBLIC SALE challenge the validity of the will the with the East property line of Ch.rry THE TOWN, PROVIDING FOR DEFINITIONS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR :
qualifications of the personal representative Street, and run North 17 d.gr..22' East PROHIBITING CERTAIN DISPOSITIONS BRADFORD FLORIDA Lot 14
Ron Denmark Mini-Storage will hold a COUNTY Block 2, UNIT 3, SARATOGA
: public sale of: venue or Jurisdiction of this along the East property line of Ch.rryStr AND ACCUMULATIONS OF LITTER PROBATE DIVISION HEIGHTS, as recorded In Plat Book 3,
Court file th.lr obctlons _' 315 feet for of
to
or. required a point beginning,
Bin 93 belonging to A.J. Hugger. | OR JUNK; PROHIBITING CERTAIN File Number 90-90-CP Page 3, of the Public Records of Bradford
with this Court WITHIN THE LATER th.nc. run South 72 degrees 22' East
Sale will take at 2117 N. STORAGE OF JUNK OR UNSERVICEABLE IN RE ESTATE OF
I place T.mpl. : County, Florida all lying In Section 29,
OF THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF 106.81 feet th.nc. run North 17 degrees
Avenu. Stark., Fl 32091 VEHICLES PROVIDING FOR CERTAIN Philip Howell. Deceased
on Saturday ; Township 6 South. Rang. 22 East
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICEOR 47' East 60 feet, thence run North 72
Oct. 20. 1990 at 9:00 a.m. REBUTTABLE PRESUMPTIONS PRO NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION DATED Oct.
: 29, 1990.
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF degrees 22' West 108.90 feet to the Ea.tprop.rty
f 2tchg 10/11.18 Cont. 649 SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE line of Cherry Street thencerun VIDING PENALTIES: PROVIDING FOR Th. administration of the estate of RAY NORMAN, CLERK OF THE
. . . . . . . . . THEM. ON South 17 degrees 43' West 60 feet to SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR LIBERAL Philip Howell deceased. FII. Number CIRCUIT COURTBY
CONSTRUCTION PROVIDING FOR AN 90.90.CP, is In the Circuit Court Carol Williams
n All creditors of the dcdnt and the point of beginning; said lot more ; pending :
NOTICE OF ACTION oth.r persons having claims or d.mand.ogaln.t particularly described as follows: EFFECTIVE DATE. for Bradford County, Florida, Probate Deputy Clark
Before the Board of ConstructionIn \ dcdnts stat* on whom a Beginning at the SW corner of SW 1/4 Said proposed ordinance may be Inspected Division the address of which Is Brad 11/1 4tchg / IPO No. 685

Re: The (license to practice of Constructlon ,copy of this notice Is wrved within thr.. of Section NE 1/4 of Section 28, by the public at the Brook. ford County Courthouse, Starke, Florida.
of months after the dot. of the first Township 6 South, Rang. 22 East, th.nce Town Hall Brooks, Florida, during the 32091. Th. names and addresses of the
Errol J. Brown publication of this nolle must fil. their run North 89 degrees 52' East 10.47 feet hours of 9:00 a.m. to 12:00: noon on Mondays personal representative and the personal

P.O. Box 416, Northeast 19th St., claims with this Court WITHIN THE LATER th.nc. run North 17 degrees 47' East 36 Fridays, and Saturdays.All representative's attorney are set IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
Lawty Florida 32058 OF THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF feet thence run North 72 degree 22' Interested parties may appear at forth below. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA

Co. No. B9-O10886. Lie.: RR 0055966. THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICEOR West 108.90 feet to the East properly the meeting and b* heard with respect All Interested persons are required to Circuit Civil No. 90351CA

Th. Department of Professional THIRTY DA'iS AFTER THE DATE OF IIn. of Cherry Street thence run South to the proposed ordinance. file with this court, WITHIN THREE MON. FORTUNE SAVINGS BANK, Etc.
Regulation has filed an Administrative SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON 17 degrees 43' West along East property Charlene Thomas, Clerk THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Plantiff

Complaint against you a copy of which THEM. line of Ch.rry Street 60 feet, thence run 11/1 Itchg PO No. 673 NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the .tote vs.
may be obtained by contacting Attorney All oth.r creditors of the decedent South 72 degrees 22' East 33.88 feet to and Interested
((2)) any objection by on JACK M. COURTNAY, et ux,
Wellington Meffert 1940 N. Monroe and persons having claims or demands the land IIn., thence run North 89 person on whom this notice was srvd Defendants.

::. St **t, Tallahass*, Fl. 32399.0782, ((904)) against the decedent estate must file degrees 52' East 68.29 feet to the point NOTICE OF REFERENDUMFOR that challenges the validity of the will, Notice is hereby given that, pursuantto
w 4880062.If their claims with this court WITHIN of beginning at the SW Corner of SW 1/4
PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENTBY the qualifications of the personal the Order or Final Judgment entered
no contact has bn mad. by you THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE of NE 1/4 of Section 28 Township 6
*s ntativ., or jurisdiction of In this In the Circuit Court of Bradford
r.pr venue cause
concerning the above by November 14, FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. South Rang. 22 East the said portion of
1990, the matter of the Administrative ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS 'lot being In Block 14, Livingston Truby THE TOWN COUNCIL OF the court County Florida, I will sell th. property -
THE TOWN OF BROOKER, FLORIDA ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO situated In Bradford ,
Complaint will b*presented at an ensuing NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER and Company Addition to Town of County
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the Town FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Florida described
meeting of the Board of ConstructionIn BARRED. Stark., Bradford County, Florida. Also, by as:
an Informal proceeding. Th. dot*of the first publication of this beginning at the SW Corner of SW I/4 of Council of the town of Brooker, Florida, Publication of this notice has b.gun on lot 32 of ARI WOODS SUBDIVISION, os

10/11 4tchg 11/1; Cont. 641 Notice is October 25, 1990. NE 1/4 of said Section 28 Township 6 that a referendum will be h.ld and the November I. 1990 per plat thereof as recorded In Plat Book
Attorn.y for Personal Representative; South Rang. 22 East and run South 89 Town Clerk has been directed to place Personal Representative: 3, Page 53 of the Public Records of Brad

Herbert T. Sussman, Esquire{ 200 E. For. d.gr.e 52 West 68.29 feet, thence run upon the special election ballot the Victor Howell ford County, Florida, all lying and

syth Street, Jacksonville, Florida 32202 South 72 degree 22' East 71.71 feet following: 17184 Boling Brook.Mt. situate In Section 24, Township 8 South,
NOTICE OF INTENTION Telephone: 9O4.358.3030. Florida Bar thence run North 0 degree 08' TOWN OF BROOKER FLORIDA demons, Michigan 48044 Rang. 22 East.
TO REGISTER No I 306320 FLORIDA INVESTORS MORTGAGE CORPORATION PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENTTo Attorn.y for Personal Representative: at public sale to the highest and best

FICTITIOUS NAME Personal Rprsntotlv: vs. EDWARD PEACOCK do away with the office of Dudl.y P. Hardy bidder for cash at the front door of the
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Jan Dobbs, Rl 1 Box 458-A Et.al.
Phyllis Mayor P.O. Drawer 1030 Bradford County Courthouse in Starke.
'j.i Statutes, notice Is hrby given that the Lawtay, Florida 32058 CASE NO. 9O-B7-CA -To keep the office of Mayor Starke, Florida 32091 Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on Nov. 29, 1990.

undersigned, David W. Kochert P.O. 10/252tchg11/1 PO No. 664 BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Th. date, place and time for voting on Telephone: ((904)) 964.5701 RAY NORMAN
Box 1068, Melrose, Florida 32666, sole West 21.88 feet to the Point of Beginning
Clerk of the Circuit Court
this referendum Issue will b. Tuesday, 1 I/I 2tchg 11/8 PO No. 683
owner, doing business und.r the firm at the SW Corner of SW 1/4 of NE 1/4 Carol Williams
November 27, 1990 at Brooks Town By
name of Scholarship Information Services. of Section 28, Township 6 South Range
Hall from 7:00 to 7:00 Deputy Clerk
Rt 2, Box 2922, Molros. Florida 22 East said portion of lot being In Block a m. : p m.Charlene
Thomas, Clerk 11/1 4tchg 11/22 PO No. 686
32666 Intends to rglstr sold fictitious NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 1, Original Town of Stark, Bradford .
11/8 Itchg PO No. 676 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO -
nom und.r the aforesaid statute. REGISTER County Florida. (ver Plm/r.n) .. -
Doted this 26th day of Sptmbr FICTITIOUS NAME SUBJECT TO all mortgages and other REGISTER
CALL FOR BIDS
A.D. 1990, In Bradford County, Florida claims of record prior to the filing of LIs FICTITIOUS NAME
the of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH Pursuant to Section 86509, Florida Sealed Bids will be received by the
/ Mtpd 11/1; Cont 639 Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Pendens In the action As property
: Statute, nolle Is hereby glv.n that the the above Defendants( ), on the 13th day JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Statutes, notice is h.r.by'glven that the Bond Trustees of the City of Stork., at

undersigned, Timothy Dal. Faulkner Rt of December 1990, at 11:00 o'clock a.m. BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. undersigned, Rodn.y Hutchlngs, 1518 the City Hall In Starke Florida until 10
2 Box 1734 Stark., Florida 32091 sol. In the forenoon, on said day at the East Esther L. Muir, Walnut St, Green Cove Springs, Fl a.m. Nov.mb.r 19, 1990 at which time
CALL FOR BIDS the Court House inStark. sole business und.r and place all bids received will be
f owner, doing butineu und.r the firm Front Lobby of Plaintiff 32043, owner doing
: Sealed Bids will b* rclvd for until name of Scorpio, 118 S. Thompson St., ., Bradford County Florida, I will vs. the firm name of H and S Automotive, publicly opened and r.od aloud on the
November 5, 1990 water
I' p-.1 10:00: a.m. Mont Stark., Florida 32091 lnt.nd.Jtoreo.UtSA, for sale and sell to the highest bide IGNACIO O. ALDERETE and North 301, Starke, Florida 32091. Intendsto following.On. .
IS! 'frtSlfHenrservlce-rtarthe''' to power of sold fictitious name under the aforesaid \", ToVfrt: or c i.h.,4<) hSndttN ab v. descrlbotter DEBORAH N.'ALDERETE, his wife, register said fictitious name und.r the (1)) Digger Derrick Truck
\>Oi i;.iT
.wi( :estaihxsh.mlg4f .afm Servlc.lo.nand rnonthly be compatible wrlttn Dated this 25 Day of October*n BnM:ak: N 'ri ... vnF" .'. AvBAt i .NORMAN NOTICE OF SALE Dated this 30 day of October, 1990 In bids should b* marked in the lower left

: with analysis existing r.port.treatment equIp........ No ford County. Clerk of Bradford",. County FloridaBy Notice If hereby given that, pursuant Bradford County. hand comer of the envelope, "SEALEDBID
additional or modification of prsnl 10/25 4tpd 11/15 PO No. 665 i Carol WilliamsDeputy to an order or a final judgment offoreclosure 11/4tchg 11/22 PO No. 687 DIGGER DERRICK TRUCK TO BE

equipment In service should b. considered CI.rkP.par.d entered In th. above- OPENED 10:00 AM NOV. 19 1790' Th.

wh.n submitting proposal.' Sealed by: captioned action I will ... the property City of Stark r...rve. the right to reject

i Bids should be marked Sald Bld- John situate In Bradford County Florida, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE any or all bids. Questions may be
H.Jon.sEsq.AHorn.y
; Wat.r Treatment to b* opened 10:00 NOTICE OF INTENTION for PlaintiffPO described asA : 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND directed to William M. Weldon, City

a.m. 11-5-90", In lowr I.ft hand corner TO REGISTER Box 2340 parcel of land In the SE 1/4 of Section FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Operations Manager and Utility Directorat

of envelope. Bids will b. rclvd ol FICTITIOUS NAME 230 S. Main Street 7, Township 7 South Rang. 22 East, GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ((904)964-5027.) Mail or deliver bids to

the City Hall 209 N. Thompson Street, Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Gainesville, Florida 32602 Bradford County Florida, being more CASE NO. 90381CA City of Stark., P.O. Drawer C, 209 N.
P.O. Drawer C. Stark., Florida 32091 until Statutes, notice Is hereby given that Ih.under.lgned 904373.0936 particularly described as follows: FIDELITY BOND AND MORTGAGE COM Thompson Street Slarke Florida 32091,
10 00 a.m. November 5, 1990 at which 11/2tchg 11/8 PO No 690
: Lawrence P. Nozworth, Florida Bar No. 209058 Commence at the NE corner of said SE PANY
time the bids received will b. openedand P.O. Box 484, Stark., Florida 32091 soleowner 10/25 2tchg 11/1 PO No 669 1/4 and run South 88 degrees 43 minutes Plaintiff, -- -- .
Th. of _
aloud. .
rad City
publicly .h seconds the North IIn. of Alajegl laayB.
doing business und.r the firm 30 west along vs
Stark rsrvs the right to rct| any or name of North Florida Communications, said SE 1/4 a distance of 1503 feet to the TONY GLEN MCRAY, [
and bid forms
.. all b bids.obtained Information from the office of W.M.may 247 S. Westmoreland St., Starke, Florida NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Point of Beginning From Point of Beginning Defendant CHURCH OF5GOD
:t 32091 Intends to register said fictitious REGISTER thus described, run thence South 0 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
Wldon at the City Hall, or call ((904)) 422 N. SU Clair- 64-S44S
name under the aforesaid statute. FICTITIOUS NAME degrees 30 minutes East a distance of the Final Judgment of Forecloiure dated,
9645027. 10/252lchg 11/1 PO No. 668 Dated this 19 day of October In Brad. Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida 162 1/2 feet to a point; thence run North and entered In Civil Action No. Pastor: David Pleasant

ford County. Statutes, nolle Is hereby given that the 81 degrees 15 minutes 54 seconds west 90.3S1'CA of the Circuit Court of the 8th We Invite you to worship with

10/254tpd 1115 PO No. 667 undersigned, Donna Waters P.O. Box along a county road right.of.way line Judicial Circuit in and for Bradford County Attended Nursery

202 Graham, FL 32042, and Mary Harper 148.14 feet to the Easterly right of way Florida, wherein the above captioned jndsy School ____ 10 un

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRAD P.O. Box 245, Graham, FL 32042, joint IIn. of State Road No. 200(U.S. Highway Plaintiff and the above named Defendant Morning Wonhjp ._____-....;. 11 un

FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA IN RE: ESTATE. owners, doing business und.r the firm 301)); thence run Northeasterly along were parties thereto, I will see to Evening Service ________ 4pmWeJmedsyYouBi
OF CHARLES DANIEL DOBBS, deceased. Dial 911 Emergency name of Quick Cash Pawn and Gun sold Easterly right of way IIn. with a the highest bidder for cash at the sash, ._ ___ 730pm

PROBATE DIVISION I Shop 1462 S. Walnut St. Stark., FL 32091 curv.concave Northwesterly said curv. lobby at the Bradford County Cour-

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Spectators lined the entire parade
route for the 1900 homecoming I
parade of Bradford High School. L. A jr I .r II
Homecoming Queen Holly Hersey, er r
daughter of John Wayne and Peggy 1 Y I
Hersey of Theressa, was crowned ,
Thursday night at Tornado Whirl. fr !
Queen Holly and her court rode in a s
horse-drawn carriage. School was II
turned out and the students all wat- 1 I I
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Washington, Orange, Call Streets, I
between US-301 and Orange, and
US-301 from Call to Washington ( 3 I
Streets. I
There were 45 entries in the
parade, including bands from the
high school,middle school,Hamptonand
Lawtey. !
Tornado gridders completed the
homecoming celebration with a 42-14
win over Paxon High of Jackson-
ville.It i
was a top-notch homecomingfrom 1990 Homecoming Queen
all reports heard. Even BHS Holly Hersey
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Principal Paula Steele, elected by feeling to know that you're liked ana body votes on the homecomingqueen
students to kiss a pig at Tornado respected by your peers. from among the five can- :
Whirl, could smile about the celera- Members of the queen's court didates. I
tion which went off without mishap. were: Monika Williams, daughter of Class princesses, elected by their
I 11 The seniors, as usual, won the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cunningham of class, wereJunior Class: Bridget
float competition. The juniors' float Gainesville and Bobby Williams of Holder, daughter of Curtis tad
placed second, sophomores third, Starke; Christina Bernice Bath, Carolyn Holder of Lawtey;
freshmen fourth. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Sophomore Class: Aelicias
The sophomore class won the skit Bath of Brooker; Mindy Lynn Elizabeth Woods, daughter of
y I competition at Tornado Whirl, entitl- Gnann, daughter of Plen and Cher- Asbury and Annie Woods of Hampton -
:: : ed "Quest for M.C.Juliass and Reggie rie Gnann of Theressa; Amy Jo and Freshman Class: Heather
t "We sure enjoyed it, the unanimous chorus of Steve Hammer." The seniors were se- Home, daughter of Bill Home of Janet Hersey, daughter of John
Barber, Rusty Vanallen and Brand Ward. cond, freshmen third, and juniors Hampton and Mrs. Joann Shadd of Wayne and Peggy Hersey of
fourth. Starke. Theressa, and sister of Queen Holly
The homecoming queen can- Hersey.
Queen Holly said the feeling of be- didates must be a senior and the top
ing elected to the homecoming courtis five are selected by a vote of the BHS club and organization
"indescribable. It's a wonderful senior class. The entire student sweethearts, introduced at Tornado
Whirl and who road in homecoming
P 'kY parade, are:
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'ir' JROTC: Sha-ray
ford, Katlna Kelly, Demetrlcia
Jones, and Shona Markae\ Sanford.

'L { rf s.t Pep Club: Reba Mona Hooper.

'' 1 Band sweetheart. *Cynthia Duane
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Eileen Starling. '1. i
.err. Spanish Honor Society: Heather Ii'I
Michelle Safer.
Key Club: Tahra Michelle Fran- (Ii I

cis.FFA, Junior Chapter: Mlsti I y I
Elaine Howard. S
FFA, Senior Chapter: Elissa Jo
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Future Business Leaders of :
America: Dorothy Renee McCarthy.
Latin Club sweetheart: Jennifer
Allyson Shadd. ,
a Journalism sweetheart: Caron fl III
1 Elizabeth Griffis. I
Chorus: Chamelle Aileen McPher- I:I

5 Horsepower son.Drama Club: Sharon Lynn
received the
The 1990 Homecoming Queen. Holly Hersey.
Jennifer Shadd. the Latin Club Sweetheart kept up a smile Cockerham.
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,Florida's First Start Program Begins in s. Light Agenda for End of Month MeetingsBy

Starke with One Parent EducatorBy
1 Buster Rahn property, but Zoning Director Dar-
rell O'Neal said any fence above six
acT Staff Writer
feet exceeds the Starke
The Starke Zoning Board, with on- high Zoning
is voluntary' with the parent
Code. the SBoA
Busier Rahn However can approve -
two members reviewedsite
educator reaching clients through ly present
the additional two feet if it so
SCT Staff Writer word of mouth, school ref erals, HRS n plans for an Adult Congregate desires, O'Neal said.
An experimental program called referals, and by parent's inquiries.In Living Facility ACLF) submittedby SBoA Member Ken Teal
First Start,for parents and children order to get the program under t. p Ida Sue Schmitt, and sent it forward suggesteda
six foot fence the
ages 0-3 baa bt way and wouldn't require a special
Bradford school system. write a program Bradford County ment with no adverse comments.The pose
"The first and most important .' the Zoning Board met Thursday, exception.
adopted .Missouri "Parents as'eachers"'program
Ms. Schmitt said she to
teacher In the life of a child is the.parent preferred
Oct. 25, to consider the one-item
t': ,, following a build the 6 foot fence, leading Denmark

and the First Start program week longmeeting agenda, followed by a meeting of the
Is designed to support the parent in> andworkers to move to approve the site
Florida, in which educators Starke Board of Adjustment with
his or her role, giving the child the were introduced to the new five items one of which was plan, including a 6 foot fence on
best possible start In fife," says Cindy -' concept of reaching pre- rr ti ti .r withdrawn and not considered.The three sides and four feet on the front.
educator in the The motion also requires completion
DeValerlo,parent kindergarten youngsters. Schmitt property at 417 S.
in 6 months and review of the
embryo program, funded by a state property
Sixteen counties in the state have Cherry St. was rezoned to ac-
in six months. The
motion
grant. been funded, with some larger counties comodate the ACLF last month,paving car
The program la designed for receiving substantially more the for Schmitt to sell the ried.
children ages 0-3 and its parents, in funds and the way Variances Requested...
means to hire additional house and lot to Becky Crawford,
an attempt to teach parenting skills) The SBoA reviewed three
personnel. who will own and operate the facili requestsfor
and "enable them to enhance thechild's Ms. DeValerio says the program ty. variances and approved each of

intellectual and social language, allows her to spend an hour a month "\. ... ,f'I '\ Since a vote was not required, a them with a minimum of discussion.
physical the developmentjf with each child, after the initial con zoning board quorum wasn'tnecessary O'Neal, representing the Bradford
thus maximizing tact. The time is set at the convenience reviewing the site plan County commissioners, said the
progress fife during the the first foundation three yearsof for of the parent, either during First, First Starters... and sending it forward. county plans to extend the

future,school laying success and minimizing the day or evening. A family with Mr*. DeValerio (left) talks with Mrs. James Carlton about lessons for Bd. of Adjustment... Agriculture Building at the
two children will receive hour'lvisit fairgrounds and wants a variance to
an
of Randall, -years-old. and Christopher.. one. Brown told the
the development handicaps Attorney Terence
for each child at different Carlton "We like Che and think It will be helpfulto extend the present building onto the
and developmental problems which Sherry says program Starke board of adjustment (SBoA)
Interfere with learning." times. the two boys. P.reatiD..t that easy, but we're learning." that Thermo Environmental asphalt parking lot some IIH5Ieet.
Denise Adams, director of.the Exceptional As a classroom teacher, James Carlton (not shown) ls one of the three fathers that attends First Systems Inc.wished withdraw its O'Neal said the county needs a 14
Student Education Program Ms.DeValerio says she always Start classes with his wife and children.parent for a rehearing, and asked foot variance from the required 35
petition
visited hi student's homes, anddoesn't foot set back.
(ESE) and Eugenia for the agenda item to be continued
mind visiting in the evenings The county cannot enroach on the
Whitebead, director of student services although she doesn't go into homes with both parents attending the Univeraity'of Florida in until the next meeting.,. Gold KIst Store property because of
both In the Bradford County, homes at night unless she has classes in 3 of 8 homes. Gainesville. The Site,Plan... the lease agreement, even though

School received a grant program
comfortable In the environment.She' will contact at feast five
Ma. DeVaJerio DeValerio parenting came naturally. And for the ACLF with little comment. O'Neal said.
chosen for the year.part-time position was(10 reports good acceptance among the new homes and offer the program to nobody worried about teaching Chairwoman Claire Capp said she Terry Silverman, represented by

hours a week) because of her" educational parents of the children in the pro parents and children. children before the first grade. Then had some concern with the facility RonnieNewman, got permission to
background as a classroom gram. kindergarten was added, making 13 being only 71 feet from the railroad reduce a lot in Eastwood Subdivision
teacher with seven in the The case load for each parent The legislature will review the years of school for students. In re- track, but decided her fears that from 15,000 square feet (sX) to 9,283
Bradford, County Scbo years system. educator Is set at 15-20 families,and program at the end of five years, to cent years a pre-kindergarten program trains would keep residents awakeare s.f. and for a variance on the frontand
Ms. DeValerio had quit full time Ms. DeValerio currently has 8 He If children are better off for hav has been added for those who unfounded, after talking with rear from 40 feet to 30 feet.
toa hlna to devote more time to her families enrolled with 12 children. and been enrolled have program need it. Head Start also deals with elderly people living in the immediate Eastwood Subdivision is adjacent to
family and the part-tune positionwarkeb The program has been rejected by O ice U goals been met. pre-K students. First Start now area. Capjpe said she also Coney Road.
out well, providing her anopportunity only one family,and she thinks the takes the education program to the learned that ACLF residents may Susan Faulkner got an OK on a request
to serve. others rejection was due to Internal family Jim and Cindy DeValerio haveuv- cradle with educators realizing that transfer out of a facility If not to reduce a lot size from 15,000

hours each week, as well as praovde problems, not the program.The of homes. with ed In Bradford County for 10 years, parents need to be taught necessary satisfied.The s.f. to 10,000 i.f.and a 5 foot variance I
a small income. majority two- and have a children, ages 8 years 3 skier teaching very young site plan Indicated a board .in the rear set back. The lot la bet- j
children in the
The Florida First Start Program program are f' :years,and..M months. Jim works for fence eight feet high will be constructed ween Saratoga Heights and Orange I
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Bradford Beats Paxon 42 14 to Clinch Dist. 3-3A Championship'


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Three fumbles and two Paxon defensive back Demetrius Sheffield's passes, right on target, third period. Allen Jenkins extra
breakdown MM coverage led to Poster picked up the football and ran were not caught, including three by point put BHS up 21-14.
a 14-14 flnt half tie, but Bradford 53 yards to the Bradford 27 before usally sure-handed Allen Jenkins. Jenkins kicked off into the Paxon
High gridden buckled down to score being kicked out of bounds. A Incomplete passes stopped the first endzone. Starting from the 20 Paxon
four second half TD'a and a 42-14 15-yard clipping penalty against Tornado possession of the third got only four yards in three plays.
homecoming win over Paxon High of Paxon on the play moved the football period. LB GoOdown led a hot of TornadoesIn
Jacksonville.The back to the Bradford 48. Seven Paxon got one first down when QB stopping QB Lee around right end.,
win also clinched the District plays later Paxon was in the BHS Lee skirted the Tornado ends for 5 Pressure from LB Goodowns and .*
S-3A title for the Tornadoes now 4-0 endzone. and 8 yards. Then the Tornado DE Clayton Manning made QB Lee
in district play and 70. technically, The first Paxon TD came on a five defense strung out the QB sweeps throw away: a pass. LB Phillip
on the season. Paxon fell to 1-6. pass Into the flat from QB ...
Maurice
The Tornado defense just broke Lee to fullback Malcolm Bradford 7 14 14 41
High' 7
down In the second period Coach Thomas.
Pa Mon High S 14 t 1 14
David Hum said. Over-all, the BHS BHS blocked the extra point kick, r f ,
defense held Paxon to 33 yards and BUS remained up 14-6 with 5:47: PHI PantsFirst
rushing, 30 in the first hall and 3 in remaining in the second quarter. DownsKinhlng Yard II-IPI"11 g' Y }
the second half. Paxon completed 5 Big plays on the Paxon drive werea Passing Yards N <. y.
of IS passes but had three in- 22 yard pass completion to PC-PA.PI I 411MM r rJWx > r '
tercepted. sophomore back Alford Campbelland Punts 1-M I.U r
an 11 yard run by QB Maurice Pumblaa.lost M M V
Defense Dominates... "'.I1I.-y.rdI a-41 Ml.1
Lee.Then
The Big Red defense actually sophomore fullback Genard Scoring Summary .
dominated the Golden Eagles, sackIng Williams, hit in the backfield behind 1) Bradford HighRunning,kick.'hack Tim.Allan Itlt,10.Janklm. ., .
ana yard run.BPi Jtnklni -
quarterback Maurice Lee six the line of scrimmage, fumbled the .
1) Bradford HighTlgM and Andy Ooodawra.II
times. Leader of the Big Red in get football, with Paxon defensive yard pOOl from OB ...... ItiaHMdn.. BPlJtnklru Paxon quarterback Maurice Lee No. S, tries to elude onrnshlng'nado
ting to the Paxon quarterback was tackle Jason Metts recovering at the ,kick.' Hill,1O.I defensive end Clayton Manning No. 7*. QB Lee was thrown I
defensive end Clayton Manning. But Bradford 34 yard line. ) Paxon High-. pullback. Malcolm Tharnaa, I losses six times as the Tornado defense made It Impossible for hit
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Tornado inside 1 *s A Five plays later Paxon was againin yard pass from QB Maurtea La*. B Kick lall-' -throw. In the second half. '
N Goodowns and ...ford, ,d the BHS endzone. Big plays werea ad. Ii47,IO. period. Jenkins' PAT put BHS up on a 10 aroTrun.Jenkins'PAT put
defensive tackles .Mason Norman, 13 yard pass fourth down pass 4) Paxon High-. Dunning back tl yard run. 28-14. Big plays on the drive were in BHS up 42-14 with 4:47: remaining in
Shauntel Houston, and Shawn completion to soph back Campbelland BPi Two point conversion. a M"Tom OS Loo the air, a 34 yard pass and run to the game.
to PB Tnomal. li>7 20.
Jenkins also helped apply pressure. a determined 11 yard run by I) Bradford"B Charla Boyd 1 yard yardrun running back Charles Boyd out of
Much of the time DE Manning was Campbell for the touchdown with a Pi JankMi,kick. liM,30.a the backfield and an 8 yard TD toss Long Delay...
not blocked at the line of scrim 1:27: remaining in the first half. 1 Bradfarddunning back Allan Janklm S in the left flat to running back Allen A lengthy some 10 minutes delay
mage.The. Campbell ran through several yard ass tram OB Daggla, IK.ffl.ld. BPi Jenkins, a low pass which Jenkens in the game in the fourth period,
Tornadoes were up 14-0 on two would-be Tornado tacklers. J.nhlni,kick' Slat,1Q. on BHS. had to reach down for while on a with Paxon losing 42-14, when the
quick touchdowns following a Paxon Then Paxon added a two point con- 7) Bradford OB *...'.Shut 1H/d/ ,1 yard run. .. dead run.Jenkins. Paxon coach claimed an official
fumble and a pass interception by version, a pass into the right flat EPi Jankln,kick. It IV,40. Boyd, 4 Paxon wide receiver Alford Camp set up the fifth TornadoTD shoved one of his players, but
back Charla
Tornado cornerback Robert Nichols. from QB Lee to fullback Malcolm yard I) BradfordRunning run. I Pi Janklni, kick.' 4.4',40. bell, a sophomore, caught two with a 35 yard punt return to the wouldn't tell the coach which official
The first Tornado TD came on a 20 Thomas to tie game 14-14. passes In the flat under Tornado Paxon 13, plus the Eagles were did the shoving.
yard drive with Allen Jenkins, No. defender Allen Jenkins. Campbell penalized for grabbing Jenkins face At first,when the Paxon team was
13, doing the running chores and Tornadoes Dominate... made a determined 11-yard run for mask, a 15 yard infraction but half waved off the field Coach David
back-up quarterback Julius Harue-, Paxon was high after tieing the one Paxon TD, breaking several way to the goal when at,or inside the Hurse thought Paxon was going to
No. 10, calling the signals. The se- game. The second quarter letdown Tornado tackles. 15. leave and forfeit the game. The
cond came on a 15 yard pass from raised the ire of Coach Hurse, who So BUS took over at the Paxon 7.5 coach talked to officials at length.
quarterback Reggie Sheffield to was yelling his dissatisfaction to the and strong pressure by the front Crawford and DT Shawn Jenkins yard Une. A hard -plus yard run by Then the Paxon athletic director
tight end Andy Goodowns. ''vers at halftime. seven caused two passed incomple- stopped QB Lee around left end after RB Jenkins and a two-yard quarterback then talked to officials at length.
&.. the second half Paxon made tions. On fourth down the punt snap four yeards sneak by QB Sheffield, plus Finally, the head coach explodedat
Paxon's Punch... four first downs, two coming on bounced on the ground and skipped BUS let the 34 yard Paxon punt Jenkins PAT put BUS Up 5-14 with officials after the matter was settled
Then an In and out pass to BHS penalties against the Tornadoes.The through the legs of the punter, who the short kicks kept getting an endover 5:19 remaining in the game. and was penalized 15 yards on
wideout Eldrich Scxoniers in the left Big Red defense got even chased the football down and fell on end bounce Paxon's way, roll Passing from the Paxon 20, QB the ensuring kick-off.
flat at the line of scrimmage was ruled tougher. Paxon completed only one It at the Paxon 38. dead at the BHS 41 yard line. Lee was sacked and lest the football The head official Hurse said, j
a completion. Sconiers had barely pass for five yards late in the fourth Six plays later BHS was in the Penalties moved the football up with Tornado defensive end Bill never told the coach the name of the
I caught the pass when hit hard from period. Paxon endzone, running back and down the field, but BHS was In Campbell recovering at the Paxon 10 official who had pushed the player,
behind, the football bouncing out on- But BHS was prevented from moving Charles Boyd going in from three the Paxon endzone again with 21 yard line. but pointed to the official's name on
to the ground. the football when several of QB yards with 5:44: remaining in the seconds remaining in the third RB Boyd went_over the right,! side card.



Paxon Made It Interesting by Capitalizing on Tornado Mistakes I


Aside from a bad second quarter, his mother,carried four times for 29 best defensive- back of the week the half. They took advantage our It was not the kind of performancethe 65, and Inside linebacker Joe Gordon -
when everything that could go yards, and passed for two honors. Linebacker Joe Gordon,No. mistakes and moved the football Tornado coaches can build on, No. 32, each had four tackles.
wrong did go wrong, the Tornado touchdowns, and scored one TD 32, Lee and DB Chris Snow, No. 3, down on us,"said Head Coach David Coach Clyatt explained.At Goodowns has 43 tackles and 8
football team pretty much from a yard out. Sheffield was nam- each intercepted a pass. Hurse. times the BHSsecondary really assists for the first seven games.
dominated the Paxon Golden ed most valuable back of the week Center Wyatt Collins, No. 53, and Paxon did a good job of faking the looked good said Coach Jerry The 43 individuals Is more than
_ Eagles. by Coach Hurse. guard Phillip Crawford, No. 62, football, freezing the option with the Kaminski. ''They're improving' twice the next player.In .
Allen Jenkins No. 13, took over RB Charles Boyd, No. 40, got in share best offensive lineman of the wishbone. Down for years, Paxon is said Coach Kaminskl,explaining the the tackle chart below,T means
from the injured: Robert Hankerson, more action than usual due to week honors. playing good fundamental football secondary needs to be more consis an individual tackle, A means a
No. 23, at running back and did an Hankerson's absence. Boyd; Collins, who Is Sam linebacker or both offensively and defensively.It'll player assisted on a tackle.
excellent job said Coach David responded with 51 yards in 11 carries defensive end, was named defensive take about three years but if the tent.The Tackles...
Hurse, the offensive coordinator. and scored two touchdowns, from 3 lineman of the week. Collins led BHS Paxon coach sticks to his programthe receivers did not play up to Names T A
Jenkins's averaged five yards per and 10 yards out. with 7 individual tackles. Golden Eagles should be tough. their ability, said Coach Kaminskl Wyatt Collins 7 0
carry and led the Tornadoes with 85 The grey towels worn by BHS Despite the lopsided win,.the Tornaidoes They'll be unproved next; year, sayseTeTdooffnsiib after a strong ,,showing t against Andy Ooodownt ,4 4 ., 0
I :'yar .'on 17 carries.;-He alsojplayed players, with the leUersVtwnd E, I[ didn't play. well as th., 're Q I I Bale 'Ig( tA.4r fV: f1Y 4i.4MTornadoxTuckles. 1iU:I f Jason Norman I ftTl. ..4 >* 0
strong side end on defense, punted, were in honor of Sheffield's1 frtOlher cable of, said Coach Roland Cum- line was not ,Joe Gordon I .='''4 :A1
kicked off, kicked extra points, and and grandmother who died within ; the defenslvecoordinatorr"We : that-outstanding, said Coach Lahier ... ? YI ''.i >*, Chris Snow :I 1Shauntol
kicks field goals.Quarterback the past month. played very, very spottysaid Clyatt. "It just was not the kind of Sam linebacker, or defensive end, Houston :I 0
Reggie Sheffield, Defensive backs Jason Lee, No. 5, Coach Cummings. game we'd like to have had," said Wyatt Collins, No. 53, was the Larry Shannon :3 1
playing despite the recent death of and Robert Nichols, No. 24, share "Paxon made it interesting until Coach Clyatt. leading tackler in the Paxon game Clayton Manning 2 1
with 7 Individual tackles. Join Lewis 2 0
Collins and Inside linebacker Robert Nichols 1 2
Phillip Crawford,No.62,were named Phillip Crawford 1 0
the best defensive backs of the Alien Jenkins 1 0
week by Coach Roland Cummings, Julius Harden 1 0
the Tornado defensive coordinator. Bill Campbell 1 0
V4 Three Tornado defenders, inside Jason Lee 1 0
4S linebacker Andy Goodowns. No. 85; Eldrich Sconiers 1 0

defensive tackle Jason Norman,_No.. Jonathan. Ferguson 0 I
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LEGAL NOTICE


Notice is hereby given that the 1990 tax

roll for Solid Waste Special Assessmentis
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1990 in the office of the Tax Collector,

_: Allen Jenkins is Mr. Everything for BHS... Bradford' County Courthouse. Starke Fl. ,
n Telephone : 964-6280.
Running back Allen Jenkins No. 13, center of photo, points, punted and kicked off. Jenkins mined three! .. L
cradles the football with both hands as he threads his passes In his hands made a difficult catch of a low pass
I way through the Paxon secondary. Jenkins ran for 85 for a touchdown. Esther S. Hall
yards on 17 carries averaging 5-yards per carry. He Against Paxon, Jenkins carried the running load In Tax Collector

also scored one TD from. a yard out, kicked extra place of Injured Robert Hankerson. Bradford County



. Friday's Matchup Features a Rebuilding Bishop Kenny It 1101THURSDAY

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A rebuilding Bishop Kenny football linebacker, but gives more help on The Kenny defense Is younger, I I I
team lto date, visits Brad- the ends. Kenny flip flops the defen- with seven Juniors and one
ford High this Friday night, Nov. 2, sive line to get the strong side to sophomore, and nobody goes two
at 8 p.m. match an opponent's offensive ways. The four down linemen have 1'R' 'y a 'e> P
Kenny,from Jacksonville,has lost strong side, but is often late in get good sizetackles Matt Austerman
to Flagler Palm Coast, Nease, Fer- ting Bet, says BUS scouts. Best hitter No. 74, 5-11, 190-10, and MathSolomon ,
nandina, and University Christian, according to the Bradford No. 53, 5-10, 200-11; ends i
and Baker High. Kenny beat winless scouting report, Is middle Jack Vierling No.75, H, 191Hl, and
Englewood High of Jacksonville in linebacker Robert Lewis, No. 39, Donio Reverie, No. 84, 5-11, 18512.
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the fourth game of the season Sept. _5-10. 205-12.. _
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28.The Crusaders have good size, '
six feet and around 190
averaging LEGAL NOTICE
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anchor the _
pounds. Five seniors
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strong side of the offensive line: 4 i t

_ center Dean WhIte No. 52, 5-11, Notice is hereby given that the 1990 .certified Wsi32aS@baali

170-12; guard Jay Sheppard, No. 62, tax rolls have been delivered by the Property. 3 $ i rE' 4
6-0, 225-12; tackle Danny Campbell
Mark Appraiser to the Tax Collector. Tax rolls are
No. 65, 6-2, 220-12; tight end
Stewart No. 85, CO. 170-12, and wide open for collection for all Real Estate Tang-

receiver Ron Rabon No.88, 6-0, ible and Railroad taxes for Bradford County,
17012.
Three Juniors start on the weak SJRD, Starke, Lawtey Hampton and Brooker as r yfH ya,

side of the Crusader offensive line- of,.November 1st 1990 in the office of the Cards {> ,,, n Cards

guard Tommy Thornton, No. 67, Tax Collector, Bradford County Courthouse
5-11, 180-12;.tackle James Farhat dBbt1 .
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Starke.Our pastor,Fred Johns will Saturday, Nov. 3 at p.m. Evwyoue Is Invited to cornel be opened to the nuj li Archie
Nov. 4 bring the morning message based on Evangelist,Rev.Enoch Allen will be Smith announces Sunday School
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our annual Church will have and be Counted". We Invite you to MiddJebura Road and 5th Street in TIie Rev. Archie Smith, pastor of followed by Worship services at 11
All 'Fwmecoming,friends on Nov. 4- ,tome and enjoy this Great Day with Lawtey.AH are invited. Dedication the Church,said the dedication and a.m. The public Is invited to attendall
are invited to and neighbors us.Sunday School.:41 a.m.,Church Homecoming homecoming message will begin services. Mark your calendar to
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BHS Girls VolleyballIn SchUtz1f


District Tourney RIOULAR,,U6NT90OLDJ iJ z ,6.99 SALE


-2.OQ.A: ... CANS1.00 ::: "

nament The District Is being 5-3A played volleyball this week tour-in II SUITCASE8.69 t::... SUITCASE.99AFTER;E

the North Marion High School gym I
at Sparr.
Bradford, the No. 2 team in -I- H sMEXICO
district standings, met the No. 7
team, Gainesville Eastside, at 6:15
Wednesday, Oct. 31, in first round .
play,of too late for results in this edition RED STRIPE IMPORTED N.R..,20Z.BTLS. 4.99
The Telegraph.
"We will have to be at our best to I
come out on top this year,"said Tor- i ST. PAULI GIRL IMPOATED GERMANY N.R.6.,202 BTLS. 3.99
nado Coach Inez Diggs.
Buchholz is first in district stan- 1 I IUPORTED .
dings with a 11-1 season record. THE KEYS TECATE MEXICO N5-1 BTLS. 3.99
' Bradford, No. 2 and Gainesville DAY /
High, No. 3 have identical >9-3 season 7 / I IMPORTED ..12 OZ.

records Hurricanes, but twice Bradford in regular defeated season the ,, SALE ;; ft : mmm mm N.R.BTLS. 4.49

play, to capture the No. 2 seed in TEXAS ORIDARK .
tournament play.In / ALF EEDL INCA SZ 99
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first round play Wednesday,
starting at 5 p.m., Buchholz (1)) was f eER ABC REGULAR,LIGHT 124201 3 49
idle; Bradford (2)was pitted against ALE CANS
Eastside (7)); Gainesville High ((3) 1 I 1 / I '
vs. Ocala Vanguard, ((6) and North I I I GEHESEE REGULAR ALE,LIGHT CASZ 2.69
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Marion (4) vs. Ocala Forest (5).
Buchholz will meet the winner of
the N. Marion-Forest match, and I r
Bradford (if they win round one)will 1 1 1 I I 1 I 1
be opposite the winner of GHS vs.
Vanguard in round two. Winners of { I 1'NjlltJ1J I 1 I /( YUKON CHINAS
1YOJ.mC1: :
round two will meet for the cham 5m"110
pionship.The 800 VODKA JACK"ooPI I REGAL HARVEY'SSCOTCH
scenario looks to be a repeat 80 VODKA 8.99 9.99 SALE
1 171 SALE .
t ; M SCOTCH BUSCH
of last tournament, where
Jear's over Gainesville Highin 99 h ,.a "": -2.00 ..uAn3.00 .u.n
1149 JSCHLK
the semi-finals, and went on to :+ 1 t 76 I '749 1499
4 n LTR. 16.99 6.99EIATI '
meet Buchholz in the championshipmatch RE.AIE !\ i 99
,which the Bobcats won,leavIng .j CS. OF 6-$89.94 CS.OF 6.$68.94 CS. OF 6.5113.94 CS. OF 12.$119.88 CS. OF -$ .88Stolichnaya CS. OF 6 .$89.94 {:oz
Bradford to take home the se- 12-PK cue
cond place trophy.In Canadian J
regular season play this year, FIN NDSA 80 VODKA @mm JtB lJoIJzn 'ncJ
GHS handed Buchholz its only loss, Mist.

while Hurricanes Bradford twice defeated in two meetings.the GHS '=- VODKA 750 11.49 SALE ,.13.99 SALEUR2.00K ot SCOTCH SCOTCH

Buchholz was victorious over the ...... w
Tornadoes at both regular 19991.50. 99 ti aWo n
' season 1399 1099
'I meetings, so it looks to DC a very exciting ARM REBAIf 11.99 1 A I U:. ti

and hard fought tournament. OF 6.$119.94 CS. OF 12.$137.88 CS. OF 6 $83.50 CS. OF 12-$167.88 CS. OF 8.$149.94 CS.OF-$13188 1O'CS. .


FIEISCHMAIVI omflU ee# LORD s a m's Johnnie Cutty
Tornado RunnersTo
fge i, CALVERT/ IJlJImER.1[ Walker SarI ,_-
CompeteTornado VODKA VODKA: <:AHADIAN 17512.99SALI RED SCOTCH T Schlitz

LTA'3.00 I MTe 99 MALT LQuon! ,
distance runners will 999 1199 1299 1' 7ffl99 16 02. CANS
compete in the District 2.3A Cross r + 9f R mm
Country Championships this Satur- CS. OF 6 $59.94 CS.12-$143.83 CS. OF 8.$n,94 CS cTF 8.$77.94 A CS. OF 12.$155.88 CS. OF 6.$149.94 989
day, Nov. 3, at the North Campus of .., w r.ws>.asr.r>.rs wwwww..w x+16 6-PK 160E
Florida Community College in COUPON CANE
FOR
Jacksonville. I [ i i I I'I J 53.DO OFF WISeRRS 'LEWAR's. EACUER ,
Running for the Bradford High CANADIAN White Label"
girls will be Rene Daugherty, Dawn I 1I1"IIAIlUATIlIGIIY11I 18.99 17522.99 SALE edges:
SCOTCH
Nail, Stephanie Clark, Della Scott, dJM. WITH THIS CUT-OUT 1.75 SALE ; s LTR t
750 ML COUPON FOR LTR' -5.00 5 .
and Angela Crawford.The D'PJllUr -3.00 = ... utter
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BHS boys team is Larry ....'.n3l WiseR 13 17.99 SCOTCH
Green, Chris Vansyckel, Mitchell 12"I I, AGED 1O YEARS 99WRHTNIS 750 ML REeAn 49
Gunter, Harold Clark, Mark Harden ''AI'B hi 99 l CANADIAN 3 LTR CUT.oUT COUPON CS.OF 12.$163.00 CS. OF 6-$129.95 I 3
and Joel Jacobsen.
13 -----+R.a.--.sR.'s.wwws.wws. / 750 ML
Favorite girl's team coming in is w .. LTII.Ts
Raines of Jacksonville. Bradford es. OF 8.$83.94 CS. OF 8 .$77.94 1 1 1 [ 1 1
has a very good chance of qualify
tug,says Coach George Loper.Someof CERTIFIED
ID'II..D
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the Jacksonville teams, Rebault, BURG VIK1N FJORD
& DA'
Paxon full and Lee, have not been running TNN.LNI Mm,.Nn.,. W. IID ADE1EATER N LPNRCO 'o VQBKA( POTATO VODKA
teams at some meets
because of involvement .. 1sl2.99 OR WHITE GIN RUM
in BLACK LABEL 86" PROOF. RA SALE 99- .
volleyball, possibly. g: LTR-2.00 ::M. 3
Lead girl coming in is Edmunds of 10 99 1249 I 22" ;'w 99 99 INORWAY 750 ML
Raines two-mile who has run a 12:53: over the 750 ML w T 1 10.99:11 y= 17e ITR. 1 115.

time drops girl's off about course.30 seconds.The second CS. OF 12-$131.88 CS. OF 12.$149.88 j CS. OF 6 .$137.94 CS. OF 6.$78.95 CS. OF 6-$83.94 CS.OF 6-$65.94PEPSI

Favored boys team on paper com- 1 IM
ing in is Englewood of Jacksonville. rnt Yhihulelphia Gilbey's &ono 7ety') UB LARGE SAG CRYSTAL
Two schools, Rebault and Paxon, ". ( 0 4 CLEAR
may not show up with two teams. Gin.BLEND E
The boys division is a lot tighter and 175 12.99 SALELTR. 11.49 GIN .ALM A G'CrQ)RSV J ,D/ET
7 UP
Bradford High has a good chance to LTA. ARE {
-3.00 uun -2.00 DpI 99
qualify, says Coach Loper 99 09 CUBES
Thomas Mayes of Raines has the 9.99 9A9:5 1299 1299 DARK
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best time coming in of 15:37 for three 750 ML LITER
miles, and is one of the top 10 run- CS. OF 8.574.95 CS. OF 6.$68.94 J. CS.OF 8.$77.94 CS.OF 12-$149.95 CS.OF 12-$107.88

ners in the state. The second best .' .
time is about a minute back, Coach
Loper says. .1"I.I'. ]: O'I: I 'f'' =tII UG 'wINE SALE lof.11111; ']:lm.'WI'f1111t1 ,

Renee Daugherty at 14:28 and Mildara ",=' MI. 9.49 '" Glen Ellen :.:::: = 3.99
Larry Green at 17:38 have the best Carlo Rossi! : = LII. 5,49 Cadomlu oour :M 5.99 ,j
Bradford times coming into the Chateau Dauiac :M 10.99. -- = :M 12.99
= SterfngE.
district meet. Gallo ---.' L\:. 3.79 := :. 4.49 '

The girl's race is at 8 p.m., the *IL Cardo coAAVI H :M 6.49 ABC MMUWtCMUUlXMCNUUfc MMM.VHaOM.OHim L2,99 *Mumm's '=' : :. 19.99 SainlsburyCook's eNAA.O.NAT :L? 10.49
boy's race at 8:30: a.m. :.
Qualifying for the district and hav- Mateus Rose' :. 3.49 Gallo = LU 5.49 Piper Heldsleck ":' :M 19.99 Clos Du Vol := :? 14.49 ,
ing a full team has been the
tive all fall, says Coach Loper.If objec-. Rufllno Ctilanll Classlco :2 5.99 Glen Ellen =- L4. 5.49 *Perrler fouet :=:? :M 19.99 Beringer == X 10.99 s

Saturday it doesn't, the rain FCJ between course, which now and is } Duboeul uu-e..NAT :M 5.99 ) Cella ..:=. L\:. 5.99 Gold Seal .. :M 8.99 R. Mondavl 'wM: : 7.99

golf Coach course Loper grass says., will The be BHS very fast best, '' Black Tower ..:=s :M 3.99 Togo Sangria Red LTR 6.49 OOOflM! dlUndOB *.':,:-',. :M 12.99 Christian Bros. -=:: 2 13.99

Rlunlte ""." '. \:. 5.79 Tostl ..d. :. 6.99
times have been run there. *Graham 'alto. :M 36.99 .gro.'f.-: n SebasllanlC.Krag I r.aoT :M 6.49
"It should be a good meet, says = (ITEMS WITH ARE AVAILABLE IN LARGER ABC STORES ONLY) -
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Coach" Loper. "Saturday is show ....-eFletcDenl --.. M 16.99 ewAN..L Madol 6.99
time. .Sebastiant GEYSER
/ W- :M 5.99 TAYLOR Sebasllanl _"='.. :M 4.99
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Day .
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Nicolas'Mt:: M 5.49 -:" ; OnL SI. Michelle= :M 5.99 I IChal.
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Baseball Nov. 17 l;
Du Glana :M 12.49"I'" 4.99 SALE Inglenook =' :M 6.99 4 P

The Daytona Beach Explorers, a La Doucette ':' :ML 16.49 mss"- 49 a 41.5 r LTA' 1.00 aaii Gallo '"=,, :ML 2.99

the baseball Senior team Professional being formed Baseball under Manuet De.Riscal :M 7.49' ": 6',SLm, LTR. 3.99 Imn Beoulleu. 'L: 9.49 lARGEST I

Association a new league for seniorprofessional
players, will) be guests !
of the Sampson Hunt Club,for a deer Sebastiani I ROBERT SUTFKRHOME CHATEAU CAVES !AU rRHESPROPRIETOR'S
hunt and barbeque this November MONDF1VI BORDEAUX SELECTION
TIMBERLAY ST. ANDRE
17.The /R.NCN. COION.AA., CANRMI.AUVIGI.ON _.
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Explorers is one of six teams WHIT .uwouoe WOOOBRIDGI SALE
"U' CA.MN.T MUVgMON CN HMMI RED S WHITE YERLOTeN.Nr.u.o
now in the senior association, and ANlUYNwc.I LAND
will open its home season November ieI/ANOEL -181.5 A 99 .
23 at the Jackie Robinson Ballparkat g A99 .A4UV-99 ,99 299, C, LOWEST
Daytona Beach. .: '-J 399 150 M L
1.5 LTR. ML
The Senior Association is made up 750 ML ML 750 ML BurtaGErIPREE
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of former major league players,now 1

over 35 years old, who will be play famous Grouse ...,.. X 12.99 K&hlua :M 13.99 BAKTIES ing a baseball schedule from
November until late February. Bombay M 12.99 Emmet': 7.99 Sambuca Romano :M 14.99 ; WINE
Herb Thomas m+- COOLER;
Being by
planned
and W.J. Frick, a sports "(Id E i |Brandy X 7.49 Counolsler VS ..... M 15.99 Truffles pa-.C AI M 12.99

Timers Day" will be held Nov. 17 at Myers"M 9.99 Honey's =: M 7.99 Sunrise Tequila w_ U:. 12.49 QL t99 AT ALL
the Edwards Road Recreation Com- '
plex and the American Legion Hall. lagermelster Ua- X 16.99 Drambuie M 19.99 4' 4.0 210ABC'S
Scheduled from 9 a.m until 9 p.m.
at the Edwards Road ball park and
INFLORIDA
the American Legion Post Homer 1MIa5BA1. mv.' i i1RS 6T. f. asssub N.Y.B
the public, all family members and GILBEY'SVODKA ; ; UXONY ; TAlDES
all friends of any team sports in the I
area are invited to participate. Old I GI I I FOXE ussis. I
timers In baseball, basketball, football I '
tennis, track, or other area 9.99i: : A i 9.49 to 11.99 Ii:
sports, will be welcomed.One I. os l.. .ne. I I. ..eR.w.AI. st I.s l.el I .A7. e1
local Old-Timer with quite a EFJ.uaAT.BET.71 ,NB!.I $SS !.NIB 4 iwsur.NOV.'
record in professional baseball is GALLO OW ow I BLUE I I WHITIPAITA6E1 I I CAHEIWHITE I

Herb Thomas,veteran of 25 years in VERMOUTH I NUN UH.PagelZA I I I 1
with the Immortal
the sport, who played -
Ty Cobb, and bean scan .29' I '3.79 :" A A I I 4.99HUMI. I 5.49 :l1R I
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I weekend, and local Halloween carnivals a
few thousand folks made their way to
downtown Starke and enjoyed the 1990
.v. Q. ... Festival of the Arts this past weekend.

v 1j p,.w .. 1 : -'-''---' ....., ........::"o I- busiest Storybook attraction land this was year the,niftiest as kids and lined
up to make masks, have their faces
painted, and participate In several Snow
.: White & the Seven Dwarfs plays.
If you are going to have an event it
definitely pays to figure the youngsters in
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a commendable Job in that area as
smiling kids were in evidence throughoutthe
festival grounds.Attendance .
was down from last year
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... ._ ,.s. L? x ;'_ -. .- -n' and homes unique and offices.pieces to add flair to their

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Stone Jury, "Guilty" 7 Charges Sexual Battery ,, 53 5 55S

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by Carolyn Eaves familial or custodial authority. The sha knew what they were doing was late February she agreed to have V. or (F /
KT St'"/Writer victim In both counties is the same. wrong. During counseearlier sex with them.From March through <; iR.. *IS i1
this year she said she decided to talk June 1987 she met him for sex once a
:, A jury found Michael Douglas The victim said she sought to the state attorney in Lake Butler.In week at motels in Starke and Lawteyor
:.: Stone guilty of seven counts of sex counseling from Stone in January in a vehicle.
.; ual battery for having sexual inter 1987 after her family moved to 1987 the victim said Stone ex- Stone was a counselor at NovembdWinnDixie
::. course with a 17-year-old three years Florida from Oklahoma. She said posed himself to her in the church office Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic in jday
.r', she was very upset by the move and within the first few days of her Lake Butler at the time. One other ;; ,
ago.At the time of the Incidents, Stone Stone immediately was nice to her, arrival in Lake Butler. She said he woman who was referred to Stone bya _
was the minister at Church of Christ payed attention to her, became her started masturbating In her clinic testified that he masturbated
in Lake Butler, where the victim friend and counseled her on her personal .- presence she ran from him but he In front of her during two I Your Ch iceN
was a member of his congregation. problems. followed her, starting crying that it counseling session. S
The victim said she had not been The victim said she did not tell wouldn't happen again and that he Circuit Judge James L.Tomlinson
forced or threatened< by Stone who is anyone about Stone's advances needed her because he had personal set at Dec. 3 sentencing date. Stone
her father's step-brother but she was because she was first ashamed problems. The victim said Stone faces a maximum of 30 years in
coaxed into having sex with him. because he told her it was her fault continued to expose himself and prison on each conviction Assistant
Stone also faces six charges in Union that she "turned him on" and later masturbate in her presence and by State Attorney Wade White said.

County of engaging in sexual ac-* ......-.. .... -'
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Recent ArrestsIn mitt t t ra t
Bradford CountyThe f

following arrests were ma
by local authorities in Bradfo
County.

Howard Len Jones, 23, of Alachi
was arrested Oct. 23 for shopliftin
according to Patrolman Jen
Feltner.Jones was additional char
ed with failure to appear for motic
day. Bond was set at $1,500. -

PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION: ,, ..
Christopher Russell Thornton, II! %
was arrested Oct. 25 for criminal a STARKE .TMUEVERYDAY
n WIST MADISON(
tempt, burglary, according to Mai
shal Tommy Raulerson. He wa U.S.D.A. INSPECTED
released on his own recognizance.

Traffic Arrests LOW PRICE FRYER

Kenneth Ash McNeal, 27, was ar
rested Oct. 27 for failure to appeal
for pre-trial driving while license DRUMSTICKS
suspended (DWLS), according to
Deputy Bob McGrath. Bond was set
at$2,000. #>Ma Ifs ON A HARVEST OF

Jason Lee Crews,20,was arrestedOct.
26 for DWLS, attaching tag not
assigned, according to Patrolman -
, Steven Smyth. Bond was set at .4M(1
$465.25 recognizance.Jack, he was. released on his own ) BEST BRANDS

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Benton, 58, of Brooker was
arrested Oct. 22 for driving under in- U
fluence(DUD, according to Trooper
E.N. Fraser. He was released after
NOBODY CAN BEAT
a $1,000 cash bond was posted. 'J LB.

Nathan Kelly Shannon,35,was ar-
rested Oct. 24 for DUI, theft, accor-
ding to Patrolman W. S. Allen. He MEDALLION BRAND FAMILY PACK

was bond released was posted.after a $750 surety Jf4It'? f.qCt 'xP: 6t : NOBODY' FRYER THIGHS . u, 68


Annie Bell Brown, 53, was I I I
rested Oct. 24 for DUI (fourth of-
fense), DWLS, tag not assigned, according I(

was released to Sgt.to David> Columbia Goodner.Countyar She j,1 I ea.l :P1t ;G t :k d J3'aI7bJ: 'P.U' Il i ke :HClme: : jirt n r ;P QkS"-:

authorities to be returned to Brad1 1 1, .. ,. ,
ford. |j i I

Herbert Lamont Whitten, 37, of The Fuwit pa'utectw ALL DINNERS INCLUDE
Raiford was arrested Oct. 26 for I' BARBECUE
DUI, possession oLdrug paraphernalia LOAF OF FRENCH or a .
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: ;'''according" Patrolman I &* $
.. Robert Lyons.He was released after \' AwMd. Sew & CHO.tiEA63.0ft 10 RIB DINNER 9
att.OOO surety bond Mat-posted, I
II C&$ YOUR FAVORITES: ONE SLAB OF RIBS
\ Wood
I Real
Oven 0 LB. OF POTATO SALAD
Starke Woman i PORK DINNER
D LB. OF SLAW
Cited In Hampton Teiid&t & 9u 0 LB. OF BAKED BEANS 2-LBS. OF BONELESS PORK SERVES A
A 28-year-old Starke FVI' a-
woman was
given a misdemanor citation for i'' 0 LB. OF GREEN BEANS CHICKEN DINNER FAMILY OF

possession of marijuana after her I 0 LB. OF TURNIP GREENS 2 WHOLE CHICKENS 4 OR MORE!
vehicle FPam1-
for unlawful
was stopped EA.
speed. D LB. OF FIELD PEAS
Jennifer Denise Newman tried to
conceal a plastic bag during the traf- I .
fic stop, according to Chief John .
Hodges and Officer Wm.Tillotson.A I DAY RAISIN EVERYDAY EVERYDAY
search revealed the bag contained a EVE LA W PRICE
small amount of marijuana, said : L E WW PRICE BRAN UW PRICE
Hodges. Newman was cited for I
unlawful speed, defective equipment -
possession and littering. She -
: was given a court date and ordered
::1;... to appear. 1 I RAISIN; BRAN 1 4

7-INCH, 2 LAYERS
Officers Threatened COCONUT, LEMON, I CEREflt 1
FUDGE or CHOCOLATE!
: During Arrest Attempt ICING _
,. _
| A verbal altercation led to the ar- DESSERTCAKES
: rest of a man who faces several '
5 charges Including threatening a

: police Donald office.Mark Hammersley 0 .. "'$ 9 9 I Ie

causing allegedly several struck a cuts female and in possible the face v-a se epee.6.0:?D 3 ,

broken bones Oct. 28, according to EA.
Patrolman Robert Lyons and W. S.
Allen. While officers were placing MEDIUM
him under arrest, Hammersley MEAT AND CHEESE
threw two plastic bags from his
_IVIMYDAV tow IVIMYDAVftoW ''
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PilCl; I I a.tI'IHCUIDES
pockets, said Lyons. The bags contained DELIGHT PLATTER DIET PEPSI, CAFFEINE
marijuana. During booking .FREE DIET PEPSI, MT. REGULAR or LIGHT
_. Hammersley said he was going to DEW or WESSON DEEP SOUTH
have the officers and their families : TURKEY $ PEPSICOLA
1 killed by his friends, he said he S HAM ROAST BEEF. SWISS AMERICAN 3O P, SHORTENING MAYO I9EAI5
belongs to a motorcycle gang and SMOKED GOUDA CHEESE 5j pi
I they would die on a Sunday since he SERVES 12-11 .
was arrested on Sunday, according BAVARIAN MOUSSE! slog
1 to Officer Lyons. FILLED J 990
20 PK.$390 a2-eE.
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Hamersley was charged with ag- -
I. gravated battery, threatening a CANS CAN JAR
"..'. public servent (two counts) and PEAS WHOLE KERNEL CORN or CUT QUEEN
possession of a controlled substance. .ECLAIRS Deep: SOOTH BEANS
Bond was set at $10,000, he was 9 STRAWBERRYPRESERVES. $ 99 ASTOR $ 69 VEG-ALL
released his 2 fflc4PK.
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;:' Vehicle Inspections I 1' REGULAR or DIP STYLEDELI SHOPPING LIST THAN JUST GROCERIES! POLAROID $096
BEEF CUBAN
HAM TURKEY ROAST or
S3 Bradford County FRESH $1199 GOLDEN FLAKE FRENCH VANILLA FILM'. u.
r.3. The Florida Highway Patrol will CHOCOLATE ROYAL or RCOULAR W CHERRY
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-- vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- BAKERY FRESH ULTRA
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INCH SWEET POTATO Of } .
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the week of
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''!i, SR-21, SR-100 PUMPKIN $999 I .. SLIM FAST
on SR-230, SR-18, slog
SR-16 CRURI8, CR-21B, PIES . . 14 .& I 1...... -_ BED .2'01; $7 00
CR-225, CR-125.CR-229, CR-231, lAG PILLOWS .
12-INCH"MADE WITH MOH REAL CHEESE"
CR-227, CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A $59
AU.VARIETIES
REGULAR ."."... in Bradford County.- CHEESE SHOP $325 DEEP SOUTH $129 1CAN MEDIC 3 .... $ 19

IAN Union County PIZZA ... . u. PEANUT BUTTER wK ala ALCOHOL . InS I
m' The Florida Highway Patrol will3.J1 .
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eri: vehicle Inspection checkpoints dur-
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on SR-238 SR-100., CR-18 SR-121, CR-237.SR-231 CR-229 SR-241, Clean Stores and Quick Checkout !

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_ Larson Homicide Case Results In Mistrial-Retrial To Be Scheduled

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by Carolyn Eaves knuckles..,..)..and not guilty...... of posses- necessary for first-degree murder. brother Mark Rhoden and herbrotherls complained before his death that he Green,Cain and Rhoden.
The -iii -or'_ -t:t'4" I.'a. posses; Pierce denied the motion,saying the ; girlfriend. A fight ensued feared Larsen would kill him. Cain Larsen remains in the county Jail
Jury murder Jut week's firstdegree .lori if CAnnabis and aggravated'as issue was for the Jury to decide. between the three men, and accor-: filed a sworn statement June 7 in under a $150,000 bond. Additional
reach verdict In trial wu tunable to ault. The state rested its case Tuesday, ding to testimony,a neighbor,Larry Bradford County where he claimed charges of soliciting to committ
a three of Oct. 23, after Jurors heard from Green, who attempted to stop h that Larsen came to his home,beganto murder were placed against Larsen
charge.charges, including: the murder A re-trial will be scheduled within witnesses who testified they watched fight. __ ._ curse him and waived a 9mm Oct. 26. Between Oct. 19 and 22
Larsen pull a gun from his truck semiautomatic pistol at him,saying Larsen allegedly offered to pay a
Witness 60 the
testimony that Dennis days for. remaining charges; on June 17,point it at Cain and shoot. contenellLarsen's "I'm going to shot you". fellow inmate$5,000 each to kill two
Michael first-degree The prosecution
Larson shot his traqedwife'l murder, displaying a The bullet entered Cain'a
upper witnesses, Rhoden and who
Green,
firearm in motive was the of
Robert public and Improper exhibition pressure
boyfriend 44-year-old
of arm,then Into his chest.He was pro- his failing marriage and his wife's to Larsen's were to testify against him.
Eugene Cain,Jr.,June 17 apparently a firearm. nounced dead at the scene. According testimony
failed to convince the Jury of the Attorney Thomas Larkin asked relationship with Cain, who was he was stabbed by either Cain or
degree of guilt After more than ten Judge George Pierce for an acquittal Larsen's friend and had at one time Rhoden during the fight the night of
hours of deliberation last Thursday based on testimony that Laraen The shooting took place after lived with the couple. the shooting. Larsen said the gun
the jury found Larsen guilty on had shot Cain in the aftermath of a Larsen stopped a car In which Cain Assistant State Attorney Rick went off accidentally when he struggled -
count seven which was a charge of flstflght. Larkin said the heat of the was riding with Larsen's daughter, Replogle told the Jury the killing was with Green. He said he got the Local Scout Troops
.earring a concealed weapon(brass fight ruled. out the premedlatlon Larsen's estranged wife, her premeditated since Cain himself gun out of the truck,to scare off
Collecting for Needy

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Boy Scouts across all America will
be "scouting for food," Saturday,
r Nov. 10."Scouting.
for Food" is a national
\ HAM IT UPAN effort by scouts to collect food that
PRICES GOOD will be donated to a local hunger
j THUHS.WED.NOVEMBER a s rS agency for distribution to the needy.
1:7.. 1990. u.S N01CEl Local Boy Scouts will distribute
I QUANTITY mOMTS j11! plastic bags to homes in Starke.and
+ D SaME _RESERVED...,-- \ 1\I surrounding communities Sf.'.'
-'-'- M Nov. 10 for families to fill with mui-
', I perishable food items.The following
S Saturday, Nov. 17, the scouts will
rE 1 return to retrieve the filled bags.
Residents are asked to place the
bags, filled with groceries, outside
their doors before 8:30: a.m., on the
WeD/ BRAND collection Saturday.
LIMIT 2 Scouts will pick-up the filled bags
U.S. CHOICE BEEF
and take them to Bradford
W-D SPECIAL TRIM Ecumenical Ministries, Inc., 408 W
DELMONICO Lafayette Street, In Starke.
Distribution to the needy will be
CRYOVAC WHOLE made from that point.
ii If this project Is to succeed the
READ Scouts will need the support of the
entire community. Please
SMOKED remember those that are less for-
tunate than you in these weeks
preceeding the Thanksgiving and
Christmans Holidays.Fill .
your bags and set them out-
__ SLICED side your door before 8:30: a.m..
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HAMS LB. FREE A __ Saturday,Nov. 17.



FLORIDATWIN

HICKORY' SWEET W-D SMOKED HAMS HALF or BONELESS THEATRE

BONELESS HAMS . .... $298 SHANK PORTION . ... $127ARMOUR LB. Startle 9645451CLOSED
BONELESS' '''
W-D SMOKED BUTT HALF or

1899 . . .... $399 BUTT PORTION HAM . .... $137 W-D BRAND US.CHOICE BEEP BONELESS O SP CIAL
W-D SMOKED PORK W-D SMOKED HAM S $2 )

SHOULDER PICNICS . .... $117 CENTER SLICES . . ... $391 CUBED STEAKS L* Z99aLSS. ''1hk'x'fyJ'lnt: kt.eh a w1otO iea, >tu<114ttJ1 1r.: *:,..'{


WED &THURS '
or MORE!MARKET w..o ENDLESS LINK
Starts Friday Nov. 2
SMOKED FILL YOUR FREEZER I
BTUROUND
'.l SAUSAGE MARKETPLACE STEVEN SEA GALMARKED

GOLD PACK PHARMACY
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SNACK WINGS nIa ,
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Ye, R+ 3-LB. U.S.D.A.:INSPECTEDTURKEY r r KNOWINGLYSIZE
II"M.,. ,. ;, 'LB.J., NECKS .$8d ... >,, .i !,s. uNOalsoaoI"f DEATH r
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\(' :i _.. 'fiP A pry 6i c or WINO%' '?.'. '...- LILLY7S NPH'U 100 0CP310 r .. :.., :

INSULINLILLY'S . .1:, L$589 -SCREEN 2-
CAROLINA < SOUTHERN PRIDE .
$399
$ 27 V/-D COOKED $ |99it ,,
| HUMUUN NPH
FRESH TURKEYS. La HAM . . <3 BEEF PATTIES . ran INSULIN REGULAR or LENT$E889 OUIGLEYPOWTJ
. size
MILD MEDIUM MADISON BRAND $<$99 W-b WHOLE HOG PORK $980 1co,'"'CO"3I1CO"
$198 $
CORN DOGS . &t & SAUSAGE . u RIBLETS . . 'or B-D . . .1 4S9 UNDER

REGULAR FRANKS HICKORY SWEET $168 SNOW CRABCLUSTERS $1999 TOM SELLECK lPG'1)1

or BOLOGNA ... => 990. SLICED. BACON LI . Ssea!

HARVEST 301 DRIVE-IN


Go ___ LDWPRI EVERYDAY: ,", LEOVWERPYRDIACY S IREAD LOWE FRESH Starke. Sat.9647484Fri. Sun.


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-I WINN-DIXIE makes the difference

I _I_ _I VOTEYES
WASHINGTON STATE

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$172 1 When Floridians vote In the
LB. November general election they will
I I be asked to decide whether to adopt
: _I __ AMENDMENT ONE to change the
._ Constitution to bring the Legislature j
HARVEST FRESH Into session In February of each year
i FLOfUDAGRAPEFRUIT Instead of April.
.V..YDAY: OW "''tlCI .V..YDAY "ow.'it.ICI : iV..' A-"W.OW..c. ;

ALL FLAVORS TCXA*euTftlll'lAlOA Fiscal Frenzy

HHIRI SUPERBRAND"AU $1 58 SUPERBRAND .5 .. $1 00 Under current law, the
=- ICE CREAM . w. BISCUITS . SUI tx = Legislature convenes the first weekIn
PAPEfl TOWELS ALLVAIS April for 60 days, adjourning the
SUPERBRAND LB first week In June. This leaves
ASTOR $102 t $148 and school boards In a
STICK CHEESE. a government
ORANGE JUICE c fiscal frenzy because they have onlya
15$814. ......1WJl. few weeks to close out the current
CRUNCHY 21Jzr$3 22 SUPERBRAND 933 ALL HARVEST PURPOSE! FRESH year's budget and prepare for the

FISH STICKS ... COTTAGE CHEESE ltu': new fiscal year that starts July 1.


S SAUCE MIXES or. .GRAVY. .<. .3 DIlL u. $100 SHOESTRING POTATOES . f 2 = $_09 CHEESE KOUNTRY FOOD FRESH. I,!;: 99c f i '$j'} !i POTATOES S 1 9 9 time Agencies to Move smoothly the do not make Session have this sufficient transi-

tion, which requires that they
SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE. I BAG
WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR ,. develop operational plans based on
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FOUNDER'S CELEBRATION U.s.Da INSPICTm US.OC. INSPECTED the new budget. The result can be
HONORING VIRY FIRST 'FnWHOESL.U Inefficiency, waste or even
WINN-DIXI1 TIAMI mm HEADLESS HARVEST" PIUtSH mismanagement. The solution Is to
E WILL M p WHITE SHRIMP+ SALMON SWEETPOTATOES. 29c"DRESSING provide three months of breathingroom
. LaW by moving the opening day of
UP" the Legislature to the first weak

Si-OftOF FISHERMAN S619 SIAgg I CAMPBELL'S $|00 In February.

HARV ,BEST La.III MUSHROOMS sub Florida's Best InterestThis
BRANDS SALE FRESH SEAFOOD 4t LB.
ad was paid for with private
nA 21't4'OILTAI'fItOI! COLAIlIlALIIZW NA iLM funds to promote better government;
NOVEMBER 1-7 To FRESH CATF SH.'Ir" $ 99 SNOW CRAB. $599 ORANGES .4 $100 the contributors none of whom

SALUTE OUR FOUNDERS! FILLETS. it .'. . La LEGS . . is Foe stand to gain personally from the
change, believe adoption Is In the
best Interest of the state.

PO.POL.ADV.PAID FOR'Y

: Thanks lor Shopping Winn-Dixie. Amendment Tailahawe P.O.Dr.werl90 One,FL31J01November CommlllM



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Keystone Heights Waldo
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PEPSI ICE CREAM BUSCH BEER .

$355 $269 $509 J.')"'
pk 59t singles I 112 11 z7 "
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BEER II REESBCANDYBAR COORS BEER R., 't",'j'. : ('',',0r 'I.

-' $1" 6 pk 99t $329 6 pk. I I' More Starke Festival Pictures I IldtJ


Ttwta Wedding and lily Burgess shown front of the entrance
( Cathu Wootu. .. I'
.. to Storybook' Land at the Starke Festival qfthe ArtS held this past weekend .i
f .mac' BO downtown Starke. Cathy and tlly led youngsters through their own production: qf
GAS
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SAWYER D Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
$', ,,'&e a -> 'eq aYs (right A number performer peidopuiar and sang their way across. the stape J''I
throughout thefestwafand this spot amoncfestivaleoers.below ; ;
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Grocery ,
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Photo by Mark Frtedlln

Good Cain.. out In After two consecutive third down fell
attempt as time ran Taylor's pass
Itae late fat the third
Indian halfback Mike NaaVm race*around the left.14.of the ortenrfv* f a aloe yard pM
IaterLebeo.Keystone. the second period. losses. Crane rolled around incomplete.Matt .
period a-l the right.Side for 15 yards
Jamie Booth recovered a Taylor got six more on a Teague trotted In from
Football fumble on the Ram's opening keeper then 'Mike Nadeau the sidelines' and kicked a
Heights
possession of the second half picked up nine yards on a 30-yard field goal to close the
and put the Indians in posi- sweep left. Nadeau picked up gap, but the Rams 'scored
Indians Fall To l Interlachen 163By tion for their best drive of five more onthe next play once more In the fourth pe-
the nl ht. but the'drive stalled' when' riod for the final 16-3 score.

Mark Frledlin Strickland on'a crossing downs before being stoppedon Helpful Courses Off; : fbY-S-FCC--During ;November .

LRM Sports Writer pattern across the middle. a' tackle for a loss by -, ,-

The KHHS Indian varsity The ball was partially de- Jamie Booth and a quarter- Free courses to help '! meet Nursing,clad health care profes- Focus on Careers
football team ended on flected and Intercepted by the back sack by Mike Booth and Florida's continuing education requirements sionals;licensed by or employed by Jobseekers ,
up Ram cornerback on the were forced to settle for a will be offered in licensed HRS facilities.AU Helps
the short end of a defensive KHHS field November by Santa Fe Community 'SFCC's Focus on Careers offers
30-yard-line. goal. Once again the courses In Building W Room
struggle Friday night as the College.
help to those seeking to return to the
wall
Their backs to the kick was straight throughthe 229 except "Nursing Skills' which
visiting Interlachen Rams early In the first period the uprights from 35-yards "Assertiveness Training" Is set will be in Bldg. w.Room 281. A$18 job market or,interested in' career
used a couple of crucial In- for November 8 and from 8 to 0:45: fee is charged for each course and a changes in new fields.I
KHHS defense to the oc- out and Interlachen led 103as
dian turnovers to take a 16-3 rose p.m. "Nursing Skills Update II" Is $10 fee for "Nursing Skills". For Starting November 5, a class will
district 3 2A decision In casion. Defensive back the second period began. scheduled for November 10 from more information call Faye Wilsonat be held for single parents or
KHHS Stadium. David Bennett dropped the Crane ripped off a 35-yard 8:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. "Diabetes 895-5703, or 5724. homemakers in Alachua and Bradford -
Ram halfback In his tracks return on the kickoff and Dangers" on November 13 and 15 Counties.The two week course
The Indians now 2-5. visit for a three-yard loss on first gained five yards on first from 8 to 9:30: p.m., and "AIDS Up- Fashion Marketing meeting dally from 9 a.m.to 2 p.m.,
Cross City to take on the date"on November 15 from 8 to 9:45: Awareness Day will provide vocational and career
,Dixie County Bears this week down. Briggle nailed him down;but once again the In- p.m."Therapeutic Touch"Is set for SFCCs Fashion Marketing Career assessment counseling, Job.search
In another,district contest. again for no gain on second dians were forced to punt. November 27 from 8:45: a.m. to 3 Awareness Day is set for November activities and employability skills.If .
down then ,Jason Burgessput The Rams threatened E interested, call Andrea at
Kickoff Is set for 8 once p.m.The 2 from 0:90 to 11:30 .m.ln Bldg. Ashley
p.m. the fine de- "AIDS auditorium.. Speakers wUl include 395-5393. .
,The Interlachen defense capper on a again before halftime but Update"course meets
fensive series when he KHHS defensive back Larry HIV/AIDS education requirements buyers land-"sales representativefrom
featured a huge front line i mandated by the Florida Board of stores, and Bur- Business Programs
sacked the Ram for broke
QB' an- Bradley up a long pass merchandising
that made It tough for the In- dines; also and apparel SFCC Business Programs is offering .
other loss
dians to accomplish much on third-and-long. studies personnel front FSU WordPerfect 5.1 on November 5
offensively especially In the The Rams were forced to <: and Florida International Universi from 2 to 5 p.m.in Bldg.C,Room 07
but Crane lost the han- : ty.No fees required.For more infor-
punt A fee is Call
$50 required. 395-5136.
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first half when the home : ... u.n___ .
dle on the return when ,he iimMi c matiotd ca u"" ire ", 3r 9 5-559:$
team was limited to 10 f Ypc
offensive tried to prevent the ball from
plays. rolling inside five arid So '
they; .
KHHS kicked'off to beganthe Interlachen,-ireqov.ed:fi tirid t t.Ai4 t.a 1003 x m I)::: B'" i ") ';I" n. \ :
opening period and the; ffitfmt Jlt71J1o1p1 gteo a 4 r t aff! -
Rams showed early as preydicted } '
by Indian Head Coach Indian seven. .C roprttctic Center _
Forced Into action again
Wesley Dicks last week that $ $ $ |
they would use their size ad- just three plays after that Delicious fried shrimp, ago1ded brown z ". Starke Office

vantage on their offensiveline visitors had apparently In their stopped tracks the the ifisfl fit$tries, cole flaw\ htisH pitop s and 218 Walnut St:,

to dominate the time-of- Indian defense came up with s 1 cofcktfiil $aue. | r .Next, :to the Chamber of Commerce
with but
possession a boring
9644957PAIN
another heroic effort stop- r
effective run-oriented at-
ping the Rams on three
tack. downs Inside,the 1O
straight
The Indian defense spear- only to see their guests score sri i x CONTROL
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headed by linebacker JodyHriggle's i Headaches
on a busted play on fourth
: i not
game-high 16 tackles Neck&Arm
tried their best to stop jdown.Tackle; Mike Barker savedan Mid Back
them and succeeded until a apparent TD on third and Low Back&-Lcg' INJURIES
pair of turnovers put the Work Related
two with a big hit on the Rain -
Ram offense In excellent Sport
SEAFOOD
field running back. The Rams Personal
position. went for the score on fourth OOD OOD" Auto AccidentsDR.
The Rams rolled for three OIItW(17n
lic3fArj4f P1qcZ.
down and ran an option stE TAE s\ -n:
first downs on their first W. DAVID SIXES
until Indian play. The'quarterback { CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN
possession
pitched out to the halfback.
sacked linebacker the Joel Interlachen Wagner who was stopped by Wagnerand THE TEAM APPROACH

thlrd-and- Kyle Gouln for an appar- ORTOWS AUTO andTRmsmssmti
quarterback on a ent loss.-but the ball popped CHIROPRACTIC CARE WHEN YOU NEED IT .
long. forcing the Rams to 24 HOURS A DAr-.7 DAYS A WEEK
loose and flew up In,the air SERVICE

punt.The Indians took over on and was caught by the Ram 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER

their own 20. Tailback Ricky quarterback who,was trail TrHS Offle Honm Moe.-Fd.3O.OO.._ .By Appointment
Ing the play.. He scored from
Crane who exploded for over $1fi95 Oil
Change
three yards' out. The ,extra ,

Hamilton 120 yards County last week could against find point kick was good and the ?-- I U Filter & LubeTransmission FOREMOST tt PRICE-WISE Sale::
Rams led'' 7-O with '2:21: to
little room to work with play in the first period. OiL Liquor Stores Price'

against the Rams massive, The Indians took over for PEIbk combine to bring you Start

front line on the first two ,Just their second possessionof $1 g 95 ServiceFluid LOWER PRICES lll.mm.

plays from scrimmage then the evening were forced ( ,clean filter,adjuat
KHHS gave up the first of two Into three plays and a punt. bands-wh.n necessary)
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ObituariesFrancis .


and Methodist Church with Durham. N.C., Mr.Dixon move*'*,a daughter Tina'Ladner of Houston
William Meng Higgins both of Tampa and 15 FL, Sallle Frye of Witchita gregational
; Miami to live In Starke for the Tx; 2 sons Jimmy, Jr. and Ricky
grandchildren.Funeral Kansas; 2 sons, Robert Riley, Jr. of Rev.John W.Yarbrough officiating. from
Francis William Meng of Hamp- cervices were graveside Orlando and Fred Powell, Jr. of Burial was in Long Branch last 15 years. He was a member. Dixon both of Houston Wilne Tx Dixon ; 2
ton Lake died Oct. 24 at Alachua Bostwick, Fl; 2 sisters Marion Me- Cemetery with Archer Funeral Baptist Faith. Mr. Dixon was ,a, brothers Lewis G. and L. -
at Keystone Height Cemetery on
General Hospital following and ex- October 30 with Rev. Jaynie Nell Caskey and Peg lane Webber Home of Lake Butler in charge of ar retired truck driver with Stacey- of Starke; 4 sisters Ann Rowan of
tended illness. Born in Dayton Ohio, Hickman officiating under the direction both of Centralia,; one brother, rangements. Floyd Trucking Co, in Jacksonville Jacksonville, Carolyn Roberts'of
on June 8, 1921, he moved from of Jones Funeral Home of William Thomas and 14 grand He was also a veteran of the Korean ;Empire, Al. Patricia Williams of
Toledo to Hampton! Lake in 1946. children. Conflict with U.S. Marines. Starke ani..Amelia!!. Andxe: &
Heights.
Keystone .
He was .1 veteran of the U.S. Coast Funeral services were conductedOct. Survivors Include his mother.
donations will
In lieu of flowers, go Corrine P. Stark
:iuard. lie worked 16 years as an to North Central Florida Hospice .30 at Forest Meadows Memorial Mrs. Janie J.. Howard. .of Starkej:(. See"p geTB.iiiilltitliii _
lectroplater at Sperry Rand in P.O. Box 15235, Gainesville, Florida Park in Gainesville with Rev.Randy
Gainesville. He also worked as a 32604. Thomas officiating. Moring Funeral Corrine Parrish Stark, 62, of
medical technician at Union Correctional Home in Melrose was in charge of Alachua died October 16 from in-
Institute for six years before arrangements. juries suffered in an automobile ac-
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retiring. He was member of St. Ed Phillip Howell Contributions may be sent to cident In Alachua. Mrs. Stark was
ward's Catholic Church, the North Central Florida Hospice 801 born In Union County and moved to
American Legion Post 56, and the Phillip Howell 55 of Starke died S.W. 2nd Ave., Gainesville, FL: Alachua 10 years ago. She was a
Bradford Hospital Auxiliary. October 23 at his residence following 32601. housewife and attended the
Survivors include his wife, a brief illness. Bom in Detroit, Primitive Baptist Church.She was a
Dolores; seven sons, Lawrence Michigan, Mr. Howell moved to member of AARP and Worthington
David, Eugene, Kevin and Thomas, Starke 15 years ago. He was a Springs Womens Club.
all of Hampton Lake, Christopher of member of the Catholic Faith. He William M. Tucker, Sr. Survivors Include her husband,
Starke, and Gerald of Truckee, was self-employed as a Flea Market James L. Stark of Alachua; 4 step-
California; two daughters, Rita Salesman and also a Veteran of William M. Tucker, Sr. 48 of daughters, Bernice B. Stark and
Meng of Tallahassee and Madonna WWII in the Army. Raiford died October 18 at Baptist Dinah L. Stark both of San Diego, v p
Gilbert of Durham, N.C.; two Survivors Include his mother, Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville Ca., Louella M. Buehler of PhelanCa. '
brothers Paul Meng of Hampton Josephine Howell, Mt. Clemens, after and extended illness. ..and Stella I. Stark of Ft.Worth
Lake and raymond Meng of Sonora, Mich.; 3 brothers, John Howell of He was born In Tampa nd lived Tx.; 2 stepsons,James A.Stark antiRic1tard .
Calif ; two sisters, Angela Stoffer of Warren Mich., Alex Howell of Troy, most of his life in Jacksonville. He D.Stark both of San Diego,
Genoa, Ohio and Loretta Vasques of Mich., and Victor Howell of Mt. moved to Raiford 8 years ago. He Ca.4; brothers, Lowell Parrish,J.C.
Fort Myers and eight grand- Clemens, Mich.; 4 sisters,Josephine was employed with Southern Bell Parrish and Charles Parrish all of
childien Jarzembowskl of Sterling Hts, Telephone Company for the last 25 Lake Butler, and Samuel Parrish of Solid-state Ignition
In lieu of flowers, donations may Mich.,Vickie Borwoeki of Rockwell, years. He was member of the CWA Nahunta, Ga.; 4 sisters, Christine nch '
-2.3 cubic- engine((38cc)
be made in his memory to St. Ed- Mich., Mary Geisler of Auburn Union No. 3106 In Jacksonville and Hester of Gainesville, Armonite
ward's Catholic Church. Heights,Mich,and Maxine Browski was member of the Protestant faith. Osborne of Lake Butler Mildred 16"sprocket-nose ControITlp"guide bar Dealer eFor
Memorial services were held Sat. of Utica, Mich,; and several neices Survivors include his wife, Lois Everett of Trenton, Nancy Cham- Model 225 .CounterVibe"anti-vibration system Super Bowl
Oct. 27 at St. Edward's Catholic and nephews. Griffis Tucker of Raiford; 2 sons, pion of Jacksonville and 4 grand- 1 year limited warranty Details
Church with Archie Tanner Funeral Funeral services were held at a Marvin Tucker Jr.and Vince Tucker children.
Home in charge of arrangements. later date in Mt. Clemens Mich. Funeral services October
both of Raiford; his mother, Mrs. were 19
under the direction of Jones Funeral Laura Tucker of Macclenny; 3 at the Chapel of Archer Funeral $17g99AuwnbIed
Home of Starke. brothers, Brinkley Tucker of Home of Lake Butler with Samuel
Sidney F. Thomas Brooker, Bobby Tucker of Macclen Parrish Officiating. Archer Funeral ( 189.00) UtIPoulcin .

Sidney Floyd Thomas, 86, of Evelyn Powell ny and Joseph Tucker of Ft. Lauder- Home was in charge of ar-
Starke died October 28 at his dale; 4 sisters, Diane Bryant and rangements.Family requests that in
daughter's home in Starke followingan Evelyn Vaughan Powell, 59, of Joanne Parker both of Jacksonville, lieu of flowers,donations be made to PR01MFLORIDA
Hampton died October 29 in a Down
' extended illness. Mr. Thomaswas Barbara Parker of Waynesboro,Ga. Syndrom Foundation.
born and raised in Baldwin. He Gainesville hospital. and Laura Tucker of San Diego, Ca
attended school there and moved to Survivors include her mother, and 1 grandson Trey Tucker of James F. Dixon, Sr. PEST CONTROL I STARKE POWER EQUIPMENT
Mrs.Evelyn Vaughan of Hampton; 3 Raiford. 539 East Call Street I 438 S. Walnut Street
Park before
Orange moving to daughters,Vicki Smith of Marquetteof Funeral Services were held Oc- James Franklin Dixon, Sr., 54, of Starke 964-5745 | Stark: 964-8569
Starke in where
he has resided
1987 Mich., Susie Boyd of LeesburgL Starke died Oct. 30 at his residence dealers with Poulan S.E.Di tSudafed"
since. He was retired from the tober 21 at the New River New Con- following a short illness. Born in Only at participating
Seaboard Coast Line Railroad as a
car inspector since 1972. He was a
member of Ridgewood Baptist
Church of Orange Park.
Survivors include one daughterand
son.in-law, Betty J. John H.
Rri.mmett of Starke; one granddaughter
Norma C. Clark of Rich
mond Va with several neices and
nel|,h\\s'.
Funeral ''vices were conducted
t .1 i ",,.I .1 i the Chapel of Archie
I : jiiut, t h 'i mial, Home with Rev.
ane.i: ian officiating. Burial
"d> ,in Riverside' : Cemetery with Ar-
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James A. Starling Americans want -

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.-.wtey died October 25 at the Nor- """'"'-"'-
Hospital in MacClenny theirmedicine's : # Dtacotlg estant to find the
_: n extended illness. He.f l 1--
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,fdy'_Bradford."an early County age where schools he attended ,' what to ask... '8811I'I. 9 I YYieltou h"'aute r f t i }U,b--a.-price, ,at ':y

: 'n"id entered the U.S. Navy and served -
f six years He also worked for the Halls Wal-Mart?
i Bi,idford Furniture company as a Cough Drops: '- 'c< """ ;>f! 1 I
cler. He of ,'" ,,,,
shipping was the Baptist "c \ I
faith -_ 30 count Assorted flavors 'heg.. 1.07 :.2 '88" .. : ;: ALWAYS.
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step-mother, Mr Mrs. Harold -JIIIF.-:; .4 ,' ;' :i RYrDAYlm.li :;
'Parting of Lawtey; three sisters, I r. "- \"' ''''H'' >"",,!" ,

Mr-- Carolyn Willingham of Iowa, ( o t : Sudafed" TabletsiI'ts: t a commitment
.; alls, Linda Smith of Lawtey, and ; ;
Mrs. Margaret Bryan of Lake r"2 a count.' :" : we make
Butler one brother, ,
; Roger Starling .. .
< of Lawtey. it "' _t : every day and
Funeral services were conducted J L", ,
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j Tanner Funeral Home in Starke t "i a commitment
.f with Rev. Gratson McNeil 3' 68. \ %
officiating .
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Cemetery with Archie Tanner ,,' __t 1
Funeral Home in charge of arrangements "" .). >",, more' than

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moved to Lake Geneva in 1984 from ,
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Methodist faith and an army veteran ... Reg., : e..01D4t vfs{ v ; $"i you
Is ) !$t Humidifier.
of WWII. He was retired pipe fitter PrescribedorDls-nsed ;, -' \f
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'.-- Pete Peterson/Bill Grant RaceIs .14 ; k: ? .


Frees rage 1ftKevatone wild teen, and hug your sorrow to Critical To Both PartiesIn The Arc De Trlompha In Paris was ordered built by Napoleon and took
you through the years. But my sake three decades to complete. Its: equivalent to a 16-story buHdlng. _
and in name live on and do all the .
Heights and I gnaAchildren. tames the same. Feed not yourloneUnBas a race for Congress that has na- November election that he bad switched
on empty days, buteach flll tional significance and la being to the Republican Party after
In lieu of flower contributions waking hour Inuaefiil ways. closely watched by the White House, running on the Democratic ticket in
may be made to the North Central Reach out your hand In coolest and Democrat candidate Pete November,and accepting campaign PETE
Florida Hospice Inc.! P.O. Box In cheer and I In turn will comfort against PeterIoiilnI'UJIIlID2 funds from the State Party as well as
15233, Gainesville, Florida 33083.: you and hold you near; And never, Grant for the Second Congressional individual Democrats. Some critics
Funeral Services will be Nov.9 at never be afraid to die, for I an District seat Is expected to benefit said he should have returned the PETERSON
2 p.m. at DeWitt C. Jones Chapel In ,waiting for you In the sky I from the sudden drop In popularityof money, and suggested that he must
Starke with Rev. Ray William officiating. L veyourcbUdren President Bush due to his have had the switch in mind, while '
Burial will be at Crosby vacillating role in the budget fiasco. running as a Democrat In 1860. r U.S. CONGRESS
take Cemetery under tile direction: ..Albert Tyson Sr. While Grant remained In Stake are high in the Second
of Jones Funeral Homo of Stark Albert Tyson Sr.who passed away Washington to vote on the budget District race because a Peterson win
November S, lied, With sadness we Issue, Peterson was free to travel would mean one leas Republican in a DEMOCRATAsks
In Loving recall, A precious one from us aa the huge Second District depicting Democrat-controlled Congress, and
Memory. gone, A voice .we love la stilled, A Grant as part of the problem in the Administration Is campaigning
...Lester McCullough place Is vacant In our hearts,Which Washington.On nationwide to gain seats in the face for Your Vote and SupportON
,Dear Husband, Daddy*: Pa: never can be filled. the other band Grant has profiled of a worsening economy and rumbl-
Hope this letter find you Mating And after a lonely heartache, and from fund-raising visits by ings of war in the Mid-East. NOVEMBER 6
peacefully, Lord know you loved to many a silent tear But always a President Bush Vice President Peterson, a retired Air Force col-
sleep As for IIB, we still find It bard ....UtIfuIID8DIOry,of one we love so Quayle, and White House Chief of onel who spent six and a half years
to sleep nights.Just a few line to let dear. Staff John Sununu. But now thatpolls as a prisoner of war in Vietnam,
you know we'love you and you're Wa miss )'OIIIICIW our hearts are show the President's popularity calls Grant's change of parties after We Can Trust Pete Peterson
always in our thoughts. sore, As time goes by we miss you ty log 29 points or more running for Congress on the
Things here haven't changed more,Your loving smile,your gentle Republican candidates in some Democratic ticket with Democratic Won't Him In
much except we miss the sound of face, Noone can fill your vacant states are trying to distance money "a disgrace". They Change WashingtonThe
your voice.But,most of a]],we miss place. themselves from Bush's changing Grant defends his switch by lavIng -
you l 111 l I We find it hard to believe It's Sadly missed, positions on the budget. Presidential he didn't leave the Democratic
been a whole year since the Lord Wife,children and grandchildren. coattails are getting shorter and.hort.er Party, "it left me". He tells consti- Voters of Bradford County deserve to
came for you, But we try with each tuents that he's fighting "liberals"wha
passing day. Grant was unopposed In the 1968 want to raise taxes and increase elect a DEMOCRAT who will Remain a
Guess we'd better close for now Card of Thanks campaign and was roundly denounced spending. He says he can do more
and let you get your rest, but beforewe by Democratic leaders when he for his district as a Republican than DEMOCRAT through thick or thin.
do, just want to know you'll The family 01 Franc II Mens wish announced shortly after the he could as a Democrat
always be in our you hearts and we'll to thank aU for their prayen,cards, That man is PETE PETERSON who served

cherish together again.the day we can all be' and flower especially, food and their other friendship donations during -, Burch Completes School,burch Joined the Navy in July his country well in Vietman where he was

Much love always. his illness and death. Recruit TrainingNavy 1990. held as a prisoner of war for 6 1/2 years; alsoas
... Iris, Wilton, Roy, Juston It: Jacob Mrs.Delores Meng and Family Seaman Recruit John H. Ford Completes
Air Force Base Commander
Hart; Mable McCullough; Lucile ft: Burch, son of Johnnie M. and JohnH. Recruit TrainingNavy at Johnson
Edwin Vickery&family; Lynn..Linn .Burch Sr.,both of Starke,as com- AFB N.C.
ti, Tracey, Jason & Deborah pleted recruit training at Recruit Seaman Recruit Sabrina E. ,
McCullough; Vivian & Holland Training Command, Orlando. Ford, daughter of Carlos R. Ford of
Shafer; Zma Beth &: Bruce Johns During the 8 week training cycle, Starke, has completed recruit train- BUSINESS MAN EDUCATOR
and Charles McCullough. Burch studied general military subjects ing at Recruit Training Command in
: designed to prepare him for Orlando. HE DESERVES YOUR VOTE NOVEMBER
...Clara M, CohensIn further academic and on-the-job Seaman Ford is a 1983 graduate of 6
loving memory of Clara M. training In one of the Navy's 85 basic Baker County High School, Glen St. (Pd Pol.Adv.Paid for by Bradford County DEC)
Cohens, who departed life on fields. Mary.
November I,1989. It has been 1 year A 1990 graduate of Bradford High...... _-
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since you left us.Although you're not
.here, your spirit is always present
with us. We love and miss you sadly., The first American student to work
'Your'mother, children. and grand his way through collage wa Zech-
children. ,arlah Brigden. '4. who graduatedfrom
Harvard In 1687. He earned
...Jessie Mae Fowler money by "ringing the bell and
Nov 3, 1982 _ytlnge.-
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At U.S. Sot \
Ag. Building on CartelLamp
The program allows parents to .
By Bobby L.Taylor because of mtrcx residues found in I Library To Feature "lockin'future college tuition and \ \land .
Palmetto ExhibitPlmetto and 1)\) .
non-target organisms and humans housing costs at Florida colleges .
and the suspicion that it might be County: A Regional universities at today's rates. This .,'
The imported fire ant is a small, carcinogenic.The Heritage, a pictorial history of 30 minute video is hosted by CBS
aggressive ant that builds a rounded Imported fire ant causes Georgia, Florida and Alabama will sports commentator Pat Summerall ..
somewhat conical nest or damage that Is difficult to measure be on display at the Bradford County and features such personalities as
mound, often 2 or 3 feet across. in dollars. Its painful, burning sting Public Library from Nov. 1 to Nov. Apollo 12 ASTronaut Alan Bean adn
However, in sandy soil the mound results In pustules that may take up 30. professional model Kim Alexis.
does not maintain its shape. to ten days to heal. If broken, the The exhibit centers on local author Innovating America will be
There are two species of importedfire pustule may become Infected.Some Stetson Kennedy's '1942 barefoot available for library viewing Nov. 1- ssR
ants. The black imported fire people exhibit an allergic reaction to history of the region Palmetto Noy. 4. It is!designed for public secTor -
ant, Solenopsls Richteri was im- fire ant stings. Such a reaction may County,which la well into its second managers and citizens who wan
ported to the United States in 1918 or cause paralysis or heart attack. A reprln ttheir government to work better
earlier.This ant now occupies only a few individuals have died as result According to Dr.Nick Wynne,Ex- and who are willing to pursue the
small area in Alabama and northern of allergic responses to fire ant ecutive Director of the Florida necessary policy changes.The .
Mississippi. The red imported fire stings, but this is very rare. More Historical Society, the photos will programs represent new waysof
ant, Solenopsis Invicta, was not Im- people die from bee stings, than fire give many new Floridians an oppor- solving complex problems, from
ported until about 1940, and has Fire ant mounds in yards, tunity to see how Florida in the segregated neighborhoods and
achieved its remarkable spread in playgrounds,and recreational areas 1920's and 1930's differs from the school dropouts to excellence in
only 40 years. This ant presently in- are a hazard to children and pets.On Florida of today. state government and model waste- ,
fests more than 230 million acres in farms, mounds may cause damageto The exhibit Is sponsored by the water treatment systems.Call .
Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, machinery used to harvest crops. Florida Historical Society and the the Public Library at 964-6400
Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi In addition, farm laborers may Bradford County Telegraph Florida for further information.
North Carolina, South Carolina and refuse to work on land where ants and Local History Book Endow-
Texas. are prevalent because of the ment.
Since 1957, cooperative state and numerous stings that they could The Library Is open Monday 9
federal programs have been con- receive.Fire ants sometimes reduce a.m. to 8 p.m.;; Tuesday, Wednes- Hope( Baptist Church
ducted to retard the spread of fire the yield of farm crops by feeding on day,Friday ana Saturday 9 a.m.to S
ants, to survey the degree of ant in- germinating seeds and seedlings. A p.m.; and Thursday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Holds( Fall Revival
festations,and to provide temporary significant reductionin yield of soy Baptist Church will be
relief to farmers and residents of beans has been noted in fields in- celebrating Hope a Fall Revival on Nov. 4
heavily infested areas. fested with 40 to 50 colonies per acre. New VideosAt 9. Evangelist, Dr. Gene
In the past, regulatory agencies The Florida Department of through
will be the guest speaker.
Coons
have been involved with efforts to Agriculture and Consumer Serviceswill Bradford LibraryThe each
be music
will special
control or eradicate the red im- make AMDRO available at video, Kids, There and provided. {
exciting new nursery
fire ant in various of night jaspe Sing
reduced
ported areas prices to farmers, lan- Commitment and College, produced Everyone is Invited to attend. Hope
the southeastern United States. The downers and general public on
pesticides heptachlor and dieldrin Thursday, November 8, from 8:30: to by the Florida Prepaid College Program Baptist Church is located on
is available for check-out
were used to control fire ants from 4 p.m. at the Agriculture Building Highway 100 between Starke and
from
the Bradford Public
1957 to 1962. Mirex was the pesticide Parking Lot at the Fairgrounds on County Keystone Heights.Mitchell's of JesusSR
Library.
heavily relied upon for fire ant con- North U.S.301 in Starke.Costs are$5
trol from 1962 to 1977. Howeve, in per pound or $100 per 25 pounds. If
II' 1978 mirex was banned by the En- you have a fire ant problem,take ad-
vironmental Protection Agency vantage of this offer. 100 East of Starke (Forsythe, Rd.)

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2 firm, large Dole Bananas peeled,sliced ,
2 large, tart apples, cored, sliced Call964-7109
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/2 cup Dole Chopped Dates j teaspoon lemon Juice tI'HEADQUARTERS
1/2/ cup chopped walnuts 1/8 teaspoon ground ginger GATOR
1/2 cup mayonnaise Crisp salad greens

1/4 cup flaked coconut (optional) BRYAN S
Combine bananas, apples celery, dates and walnuts.For dres' ,
sing, blend together mayonnaise, sour cream, lemon juice and '
ginger. Pour over fruit and toss. Serve on crisp salad greens. Tail Gate Bar-B-Que Grill & Smoker ACE
Sprinkle with coconut if desired. Serves 6.
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Per serving:318 calories,3.4 g protein,21.9 g fat,29.9 g carbohydrate Flags Lamps

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Area Schools Halloween Carnivals Boast Record AttendanceThere's

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Apparently local school plenty to eat. There were
officials agree with that haunted houses dozens of
statement. This past games participation In "
weekend sported a Southside which guaranteed each ;:J'It
Elementary Carnival, a youngster a prize.
t.awtey Elementary ...a>>
Carnival and the Hampton
Elementary Carnival.In The Cake Walks were
each school: parents enormous! Surely Betty
teachers and kids worked Crocker stock must have

_together to manufacture a taken a sharp rise over the.. R

I Please don't let me straddle that pole. I.
Just joke.Scott Smith from the Keystone Airsports Clubmanuevered
around the pole to make his landing at Hampton .
Elementary'Halloween Carnival this past Saturday.Other
jumpers were Larry Oglesby and Joe Davis.These guys know '
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paint is applied to his face.Kyle's mother Darlene Douglass watchesas
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Hampton parents and. children alike look to the sky as the parachutistsexit
the plane.
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Athletic Building/Concession stand officially opened and
used for the first time during the carnival.

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of the uglier, r J
crreping weekend. There was every erecting of this building was I'm supposed to put a scare
inside kind of cake, pie and sweet quite an accomplishment, Into them." Next was Joe
Elcmentary's Southside thing to eat available. they decided to lure Davis who landed out in the
Haunted Speaking of eating. There skydivers Into making a field and then Larry Oglesby
House.Many was no shortage of good Jump onto the baseball field. made a perfect landing righton
parents were foods at either of the Keystone Airsports Club top of three little neon
entering suckered this into! carnivals. Barbequed I sent three of their brave triangles placed there to let
C thing only to chicken hot dogs, j Fellows out and when them know where they were
find that they hamburgers. chile and more. _Everyone heard the plane all supposed to land.It .
had to crawl Slim chance of any goblins eyes went skyward. Scott
on hands and! or ghostles going hungry. was a great weekend for
knees,while Hampton Elementary .,Smith the first to touch little ghoul les and goblins
simultaneouslycalming their opened their new athleticbuildingconcession I ground, landed In the and to tell the truth-It was
; ijO children,and stand crowd-Hey It's Halloween! fun for us older folks too!
I hoping the for the first time. Since the
exit was
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i Fifth Graders Adopt : _

Servicemen in Saudi _

I The three' fifth grade classes at
Southslde Elementary School have _
adopted local servicemen who an
now stationed in Saudi Arabia and rr
are writing letters and sending gift
packages to them.
I Joy Teto tone's class Is sending its
et second package of goodies to Army
Specialist David Barnes Infantry
\ Division: Ann Baker's class has colored r
a banner to mail to Ronny nae
Thomas II. U.S. Marine Corps and
Bobble Faye Blackshear's class Is +
El I also coloring a banner to send to
Robby McRae U.S. Marine Corps.All ? sri
-_ three soldiers are former t
f: students of Southside Elementary, I
1 and have been invited to visit the
classes and have lunch in thecafeteria (' ,
with the class when they .
return to the United States. I
ry'f SS Fifth Grades Send Banner to Mid-East...
Under current military guidelines ----
.. rotation of troops in the far east will) Students In Mrs.Ann Baker's fifth grade prepared 1..._.David Thomas. Middle rows Matt Barksdale.
Mailing a Care Package. be on a six month basis thus bring- banner to send to an adopted sevlceman. Marine Ron Adam Napier. Lori Muse. KrysUI Allen Michelle
Students In the fifth grade class of Mri. Joy Tetitone prepare ing the soldiers home early next Thomas II.son of Ronnie and Nancy Thomas of Starke Groves. Maria PeUechlo. Back row Marie Caruon.
their ..econdkage.t>'"oodles for their adopted soldier, Army year.Food. and John Harold and Brenda Andrews of Lake Butler. Tasha WlUams. Cedriek MeClellan LasUcIa Williams I
Speclalls. arm on of Connie and David Barnes and books, cookies, the Students In the class are (I.,)I First row Summer Keaaetb Hamptoll. Mlcah Morgan Robert Yates. and
wife of Wendy o'*. Kland barnei. all of Starke. hometown )) r and other Trwrtt. Brandy Harper. Carrie Mmtlrv Robbie Jo Mh. Baker. '
The students are(l-r): April McKinney.Renee Smith Jill Gnann. goodies are included in the f Doughman.. Kelly Rankin Paul Phillips, Jeremy
Regina Thompson Tracy Thomas and Kristen Smith. packages.
Letters from the servicemen to the. have fathers in Saudia Arabia:Thea
___ -u classes are received with excite- Bell whose father Freddy Bell Is in
ment by the students.An interesting the }Marine Corps and Angel i una-
[ sidelight to the adopted servicemen inger's fatheralso a Marine, is
two students in I Whitehead's class S/Sgt Kirk Hunsinger.

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DURRANCE PUMP & SUPPLY >> I.

864 N.Temple Ave., Starke
Eves St Weekends:964-7578 '81 Olds Cutlass S/W $
Runs Good 4365S

r 4 Well Drilling '83 Chevy Chevette $

[Residential & Irrigation Economy Car 03639 _
1 paler '
s> 81 Pontiac Phoenix
3 $895
SystemsPump Good Transportation 03629

'79 AMC, Concord
r $1495
Runs Perfect Good MPO t3O23
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_d*, Service On '82 Chevy Malibu $2495
.L Nice Car Extra Clean #3651
_ All Makes 9644061 sLic
....... '81 Plym Reliant S/W $1995 .,
#1305 Good Family Car #363S
Banner for Middle

East... '82 Ford LTD S/W 1995
Extra Sharp Runs Nice f 366O
Students In the fifth grade of Mrs.
Bobbie Faye Blackshear share a '84 Ford LTD
banner to send to Marine Bobby $2495
Good Transportation 43638
McRae son of Linda and Dwayne
McRae of Starke.
PER WEEK
The students are (l-r): Dianne

Carver Stephany Carroll Matt '81 Pontiac Grand Prix
Pnsaterl Josh Crews Adrian *269S
Daniel. Chris Henley. Toni Lloyd Real Nice Car *363B

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Beary Baby and n : ,,\p:!$ S Sx' \8p t6 f.rr Run Nice Good Truck #3653 2495

Beauty Pageant

i "Beary Special Kids" is sponsor- -
ing a baby and beauty pageant.The its
pageant is scheduled for 1 7'k" '85 Ford LTD $*
December 1 at 2 pm. at Starke Extra Nice Good MPG 43624 3495
F'r mentary Cafeteria. Entry fee is
i $:5 (Checks payable to Debra Norman : 101 Edwards Road Starke, FL '85 Pontiac I emans
$3495
i ). Deadline for applications is Looks Nice Runs Good *3473
.: November 27. Admission to the 964-6108
pageant will be$1 for adults and$.50 '83 Buick Century $
for children. Sharp Car -T-Tjrpe 43460
Applications may be turned in at Our New Di count Warehouse Will Be Here Soon '
"Beary Special Kids", Hwy 301 S. s ;; Carpet 84 Buick Regal
(Next to Mosley Tire) or mailed to \4 But our Carpet is Here NOW! '_ Clean New Paint 43456 $3695
Debra Norman, Rt. 2 Box 2710,
Starke or call 964-2229 or 964-8849. err ames said "I have no more room!!"
Entry fees are used in purchasingI
various prizes expenses and PUT rT I N I THE PARKING LOT AND SELL IT AT T> '
83 Olds Cutlass
awards. Proceeds will go the Starke LOWEST Prices Ever $3995
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Elementary School. J Like New Run Perfect 43641

F'inancing Plan to Suit Anyone's Needs i '84 Olds Cutlass S/W J3895

Nice Family Car 43633
i Vo-Tech Offers Classin ,-, '
Flower I V Vr 84 Chrysler Laser $3895
ArrangingA Economy Sports Car 43615

class in flower arranging is i- '84 Buick Century J3995
scheduled at Bradford Vo-Tech on Fully Loaded 43613
Tuesday Nov. 6. The class will be
held on November 6, 13, 20, 27 and
December 4 and 11. The class will
meet from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. The
class fee will be $18. The instructorfor
the class will be Dolly Simpson.For .
more Information call 964-6800
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redford' Middle t flemeirtorleiMONDAY MONTH CD LIQUIDITY PLUS '13 MONTH' CD

Bufrltos, retried beans, cab- $500 Minimum To Open
$500 Minimum To
Open
bag. slaw,.peaches, milk
TUESDAY' Chfcken patty, mashed
'poIO_ and gravy, turnip ,"......,
brown) comb.....!.milk., % '
WEDNElDAYi.B**<-o-ronl, cheese stlx, % 7.39 7.15' %

green THURSDAY beans, Hamburger oppl.crisp,on hot bun rolls curly,milk 280 ; 8.10

fries, applesauce, milk. '
r FRIDAY Comdog. baked beans, pear Annual Yield* Annual Rate .
halv., milk.
Annual Yield* $75,000 or more $75,000 or more, Annual Yield
,Bradford High School '
MONDAY Chicken and rice peanut butter DEPOSIT ANNUAL ANNUAL
sandwich green beans, peaches, : i' AMOUNT YIELD RATE

TUESDAYiSallibury milk SI.ok. mashed $50.000.. 7.14* 6.91 .0
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WEDNESDAY Spaghetti w/ma sauce ,. ... '
cheese stlx. garden salad apple crisp Rrbebeha... -:.1 .: ,550..i ; .
.hot roots,milk.THUllSDA .: ". :" Annual Rate __........ ......='."F'..cooII.----rFr,6 .,\" Annual RateFlorida,d,;

topped y!cok Chill, biscuits cal>l>age milk.slaw pineapple .' I Rate. an tubjfct to change.SutMtanttal penalty for early\atMrauxi from CD. 'Ttt*(//ecdM---ykld aaeed os.....',4:0.: ..,VIlA ff,,menthy.wwrpd. sad..............ow......for os.year
FRIDAYS Hamburger on bun french: \
fries. applesauce, cookie. milk. ,
A-U-Cwt. Downtown Gainesville Gainesville/The Oaks Starke --

{ MONDAY Hamburgers, corndogs,. 220 N. Main Street 6707 Newberry Read 395 Madison Street
french fries. mllkshak .
TUESDAYS Orange Jute, ptexo 'roast 377-3344 331-2700 964-5000
best.sandwich trench tries,milkshakes. .
WEDNESDAYS Hamburger french fries Gainesville/University Keystone Heights Ocala <, Federal
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': OFW Designation Celebrated at KLOPA SupperAbout

...... 79 Kingitoy Lake property was the presentation of a Hill, secretary and news-letter
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.' .,. owners and guest attended a candleJJl ted birthday cake to Ann editor of the Association.GRAND .
.,. covered dish lupper, at the Civic
Center lut Saturday in celebrationof
M State-designation of the lake and
the North Fork of Black Creek a* '
Outstanding Florida Waters.On OPEHIHGGRANDPA'S

behalf of the Klngsley Lake
Property Owners Association,BruceD.
Ivey, president,. presented! a
resolution to Henry H. (Tip)
Graham, Jr. appreciation of his
1;', months oIl'e11e1tfth'and preparation
GL idf '-' Lq I of data for the OFW application, ARW ERS & PLEA..
which the Department of Environmental -
) Regulation pronouncedthe MARKET
most complete the
departmenthad
ever received.. 11Tcav. S 4

Also read was a letter of congratulations -
Pumkln-manla... from Lt. Col. Kent R.Peteie Featuring Chubby "WiseSL

;::0 them First to Thco iUHlf5ldir"! W from 8olltniW Elementary decorated the pumpkins show and returned! "recognizing,' Florida those National special Guard people Skip John and The Travelers
*T CMton*"have been voting for their f*. rlUTfor the put week.Tkco like Tip Graham Gene Matthews,
MU donated the plllDpk.1n1 for the proJecuand are expected count the votes and determine the winnerLibrary and others who,made this project mmummusKaM K >Kar sKso uso altrrs

Halloween nl&ht. possible."Camp continue to We Welcome Vendors of All Kinds

do its part enhancing the beauty andcleanliness
Party of our lake. It is a Antiques Yard Sales Fresh Produce,
A: Howling SuccessThe natural treasure we expect to enjoy Tack, Crafts, New a Old Items
for many,many:yean: Col.! Patelle
annual Halloween Part MI'
the Bradford Public Librarywas ) concluded. Corns to Ga'a z dpa'. for tbe
a very Count ul event. Rep. Chance Irvine, of Orange M Clr .*t :in Country CooXlna.
Cadette Girl Scouts<< Troop 520 Park, and Clay County CommissionChairman featuring Full Br" : .afcZ a.t and
James B.Jett also attended -
and Friends of the Library cohostedthe XUB2 cooked on-vita
event with approximately 150 the celebration.
young children from the community A surprise bit,,not on the agenda,
enjoying the Halloween wide-game FUr FOI ALL DRAWINGS FOB VENDORS a BUYEESrK
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Monday afternoon,Oct. 29. CIS e us As s as a se Ors se ,s/s nt s we se 51
.,;.; Guests were escorted by Cadettes STOP IN -Wt+'...located at 1-75 and US 441 or
(and helpers) to Fish,the Pumpkin III IIIr'F Dial 911 Emergency -:Call Lorraine at 758-5564 755-7011
Duck Pond, Mini
Toss Cakewalk w .
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Cookie Decorating and the Refresh-
ment Table where punch in a
cauldron was served. SUBWAY
presented a special treat with two
six-foot subs for the guests to enjoy.
Everyone received candy, treats IrPrcPr
and prizes during the party hours.
: Prizes were awarded to the 14 winners
of the most creative, ugliest
and prettiest costumes for a grand
finale to the event. o'Sw Sa a.:
Special thanks to the many people fie." .a i
,.. involved in the event; the library
staff Friends for the cupcakes,Judy M
Dukes for cookie decorating, Cathy e I
Hilliard (the witch at the pond),
Patrolman Susan Wilkerson the
library, First United Methodist
Church the judges SUBWAY and to
the Cadettes (Christina Broome rs
Missy Brown Laura Goodner, Tori K- ? ;

Monica Hersey,Nichols Tracer) Lindsay McCullough Walkup, 4 Hurry in for best selectionNo : Ja

Trlna Widner, Carolyn )Eaves and,
Susan Goodner) and other friends Down* ,
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Registration for the Recreation
Basketball program will be held
November S through December 5.
The Basketball program wiH4 -

. rII :and 8 9-12 Dete r fl16'-'' '7's: rJTwO' ....O }9* *>r-"!.ye.*w. -

age will be November 30. The pro

gram will be conducted upstairs In
the OlJ Armory. The younder'age Jessie Lounge 39
group will use lowered goals a mini
basketball and play a modified ver- 801 N Temple "THE AVENGER"
sion of basketball. Ages 9-12 will fr \ *
> Recllna-Rocker Recliner
play regulation basketball. Starke, Florida 1
Blinics will be held December 3,4 ,, r Contemporary style gives
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and.for ages 5-8 from 3:15 to 4 p.m. "Where Music and Entertainment Abound* ,' you "laid back" comfort.
and forages 9.12 from 4:is to s pm.
in the Old Armory.
Games schedules will be handedout ,
the last day of clinics. All par TUESDATLADIES
ticipants must wear tennis shoes or
"rubber-bottomed" shoes to play.
Players will not receive T-shirts,but NIGHT LIVE BAND --

will wear pinnies provided by the .- ,
Recreation Department, during the laJiaDrink-tallttvtn,well brands& far]
games. The fee for this program is free 8pm-llpm y
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$3 which will go towards a trophy for :, i.n
each child to be received at the end y\
of the season. i\
Games will begin the second weekin Now Playin'g"RAREBREED"qq at
December. we will not have
games during the holidays, but will
resume play In January 1991. : r&g3'i' Jf .
Anyone ages 13-14 that are interested ,
in playing can fill out a -s. ,
card. If we have enough interestedwe '

will try to have league Coming Fri,Nov.,2nd, Sat,Nov.,3rd, &Tue., Nov.6th ; ; 'e SASa3S9"SUBURBAN

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.. Recdna-Rocker Recliner
.. Monday Night Saturday Afternoon Football A transitional( that's "worth
Football Its salt," With a tufted
12:00 Noon til 6:00pmSO pillow back, padded arms.

1 Draft Beer Sty DraftBeer $

Our driest state is Nevada. Hs annual IHk 399
rainfall averages es Inches.
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We're' Now For Business .
Re-Open comforting combination of the softness

you want, the support you need. Casual J,,
contemporary has pillow back, flared, arms.

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proud to. announce New'Hours.We're .. OTHER STYLES $'399.

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from 8 am .to 3 pm Mon. Fri:- J Wing back design with button-
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'83 FOUR WHEEL DRIVE SILVERADO: ..::17.0R S t.E: :( '" - ...,. e'. .. .. : :' :.'t .:: ',' I PHONE 964-7776
Loaded with many extras. $4800 [
Pleas call 964-5647, after 6pm.CHEAP WHATIII A 1991 Homes of Merit for YARD SALE Fri a Sat, Nov. 2 A3. 502 N. YARD SALE Nov. 3 from 83. Couch. 2
2 $31,850 28 X 68. Island Kitchen Call Sinclair St Clothes, Bikes ft Misc. TVs, Child Rocker. Clothes of .l :.! 205 N. Temple Stub
FBI/U.S. SEIZED84 4489883. 4 7YARD Sizes, 1974 Regal Buick asking $800or ., REAlTOR

VW.....................$5087 Mar- FOR SALE$109 permo. 1990 Fleetwood SALE this Sat from 10 nil 4.Comer Best Offer.Bradford Village.Follow Cecelia TerwllTegar .
c.de.$20085 Mer- 2 BR, delivered. CAli 448-8103. 606 Bridge and Water street. ClothIng Signs. 7 '
eedes . . $10065Mustang.SOChoose 4NICE household misc. shelled pecans ESTATE SALE Sat A Sun Nov. 3 A4. *BRAND NEW USflNOi Right In town, this 4BR/2Ba home could be a great
from 12 x 70 2 BR. First$2,500takes, it. 7 Everything must go. 2 miles South on rental or a wonderful family home*The home must be sold due to health
thousands starting $25. 24 Hour Recording Call Rich 4434103. 4 YARD SALE Sat Nov. 3. Toys Fum, 301, turn it CR 227 ((301 Quickstep) conditions. Make an eppolntment with| Sandra Ann., Debbie or Cecelia to
Reveals Details. 801-379- NEWLYWED SPECIAL New beautiful baby things luggage etc... 105 N. 3/4 miles on Rt. Questions call 964- day.... ,'.
2929 Ext FJ1A3C. U.S. HOTLINE cottage style 3 BR 2 BA home.Glam- Epperson St from 8 to 12 only.YARD 4771 wk days ask for Todd.BIG DWCNID FOR TODAY'S UFESTVUI 5.4 acres of beautiful land located
copyright. 2 our bath kitchen equipped, washer 7 7 out In the country. This 3It'/2/.Ba 'home with over 2400 sq.H. Is |lust perfect
MUSTSELLINOWONLYS4oool Loaded dryer central A/C. Very affordable SALE Fri ft Sat, Nov. 2 43 from 8 2 FAMILY YARD SALE Fri. ft Sat. for the dream home you've always wonted Not only does It have so
customized 1984 Ford Van. Excellent $214 mo. Call 4484103. 4 till 4 p.m. 2 living room chairs, sink, Just off Hwy 16 on Doctors Circle extras, but has one of the nicest fish ponds stocked with bream bass many and
condition! Kids are grown ft I don't FOR SALE 1985 DOUBLE WIDE. As- baby stroller misses and boys clothes West of UCI on State Property. Furniture channel catfish What a dream to walk out your door and bring home
need this big vehicle! Can be seen sumable mtg. $266 mo. 3 bdrm 2 and toys, also larger nze ladles Books, Household Goods In minutes. Call today to make on appointment supper
at Douglas Cattery, Starke. Call me bath Built In microwave and stared dresses, lots of misc. 1002 Butler Clothes and lots more. 7 *RINTALi Nice 2BK/1Ba duplex at Kingsley lake. Call for
with an offer! 7823660. 2 system garden tub. Heat Pump you Road Cancel rain. 7 BIG 2 FAMILY YARD SALE Fri. ft Sat. This won't last long I today details
4 1981 Honda Accord,Good condition,New move. Call 9645208. 4 YARD SALE Fri. Nov 2 from 9 till 4.30. Go Just off Hwy 16 on Doctors Circle TWO COMMERCIAL LOTS
on Commercial
paint)Job. Best offer. 533-2828. GETTING DIVORCED must sell 5 left North on 301 to Textile Town. Turn rt West of UCI on State Property. Furni- Heights, $48,000. Circle, downtown Keystone
2 yrs dirt road. ture. Books, Household Goods
on Second trailer
on right
79 CHEVY Luv Pick-up truck $300. 964- on home. Call Rich at 448-6103. 7YARD Clothes and lots more. 7 SILVER LAKEt. 'Adorable. brick home. 2BR. ISA, deck beautiful view
5405 or trade. 2 FOR SALE$189 mo.your choice 2,3 or 4 SALE Sat only. Come out Rd. 100 4 FAMILY GARAGE SALE Nov. 3 from sa $5..5oo:
1980 CHEV. conversion van and 1966 PI BR homes Call 4489502. to 225 (Bayless Hwy) follow signs- 3 p.m. Womens, mans, children's GREAT RENTAL INVESTMINTi 2-story frame apartment building located
U Truck both in excellent cond. Call ATTENTION"No downpaymentfor tools birds a other odds ft ends.GARAGE clothes, toys, books, dresser mirror en Cherry St. Stays rented but owner wants to Mil and retire. Good Income
964-3728. 2 owners Call 448-6103. 4 7 ladies dress hats, wedding gown sz- property. Call today! .
BIGGS BODY SHOP now opened 411 S. MUST SELL HAVI BUILT NEW HOUSI SALE Fri Sat A Sun. Nov. 1,2 20, Elvis memorabilia, lots of misc. *EXCITING CONTEMPORARY BRICK HOME IN THE COUNTRY CLUBi 3BR 2'/.
Walnut St 9647704.. 2 end mud Mil this home. 17x55 1980 & 3. Rain or shine from 9 nil 5. 1 mile Items. 9 miles West of Starke on SR Bath double firaplacIip/autiful, tile, carpet. CHSA w/doubl. carport
1988 SS MONTE CARLO, fully loaded, t- model mobile home with 2BR IBa West Graham on CR 18. Watch for 16, Circle Dr. Near UCI. See sign on garage GORGEOUS mdnlfkired lawn with In-ground pool. It's a wonderful
top 47,000 mi. excel cond. 6 year CHftA. Well and signs. A little bit of everything Merle road 7 neighborhood to rol.yu; kidsl
warr. 904-259-63BO or 259-3767., cluded. Mutt pump be moved.power Now pole only In Whittle 4851316. 7 3 FAMILY YARD SALE 1206 Pratt St *START RIGHT HEISt This lovely 3BR frame home'in the city limits would be

2MUST $5199, or assume payments of 3 FAMILY YARD SALE Sat Nov. 3 from Clothes for men, women and chil- perfect for |lust starting out. CH4A In good condition. This want last long at
Mill "S4 FORD VAN Customized 160mo. Great for starter home or 8 till 1. Lots of Infant clothes & more. dren. 14 ft. Stumpknocker II boat w/ this low low price.
Good Bayless hwy (CR 225))off Hwy 100. Mogle Tilt TraJler.Some fum Sat Nov. RAIFORD
Interior loodecTwIth extra 2nd home Call 782-3634 leave ACRESi 3 acres on SR 16. Great piece Investment
shop. Children are grown and I don't ......ag.. miles on n It grey trailer.Follow signs.GARAGE 3 from 8:30: till 2. 7 Call today for more details. property
need this large vehicle! Can be en at U 7 YARD SALE Fri 4 Sat Nov 2 ft 3.4 miles ONLY $' ,000. 4 BR;,2 Ba brick home In the city limits. This one-of-a-kind
Douglas Battery. Call 7823660. leavemessage. I ANIMALS'&, SALE Sat Nov. 3 from 8 till ?. North of Starka 301.Furniture gun home Is In a -
I quiet area schools
near (.churches.
$3995. Financing available ;PETSi F.OR'. SALE). A 7 little of everything 813 W. Pratt St. Ing.racks children's 7 clothes ft mlso.cIo1l1- DRASTICALLY. PRICE REDUCED

you can qualify I FOR SALE 2 Black Labrador pups 7 mo. 2 FAMILY YARD SALE Lawtey 3 ml. GARAGE SALE Sat. Nov. 3 Green Acres This ELEGANT 4BR 2 ENGLISH CH4A TUTOR, beautiful NOME Price ha. been reduced to sell quick.
down 125(nexUo rail rest).This Sat. story area rug., original window dressings and
Old Call 964-7275 8 Subdivision SR 181; mi.West of 301.
all
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MOBILE': AKC REGISTERED & Sun. 7 Look for Bicycles, original light fixtures' HURRY I Make an appointment today to this Ian-
i' HOMES i : mahogany sable ft signs. stationary tactic DEAL! .
3 FAMILY YARD
white Shetland Sheepdog,male stud SALE Fri ft Sat Wove. bike children'squality hingPeavy
,. '!i' ,,; FORSAf., .., miniature collie) contact 9649560. 2 ft 3 from 8 to 5 p.m. 1300 Pratt St. elec. guitar with amp household and*BEAUTIFUL t-STORY CYPRUS HOMEl In Deorfoot Trail.. Only 2 yrs. old
p Baby clothes, all sizes up to adults., goods and much more. 7 very well kept. This home hat a wrap-around veranda w/1 acre lot that
PALM MOBILE HOME: Furnished 2/2. FULL BlOODED ROTTWEILER puppies, gas heater curtains 1978 Cadillac REMODELING SALE CLOSEOUTStarting overlooks Sampson lake.Can financed with the Barnett Bank of Jacksonville .
CH/A. W/D. Skirting, screeend in both parents on premises,$200.964- and other misc. Cancel if rain. Nov. 1 thru weekend. Fum. appliances to a qualified buyer. Call today for more details.
porch carport utility shed. New 25 yr. 5567.8 7YARD rugs rest equip etc. Big bldg ANOTHER HOME IN DEERFOOT TRAILS Cedar home with In-ground pool
overroof. City water/sewer on to. MIXED CHOW HUSKY male 1 yr. all SALE Sat Nov.3.Toddlor Clothes at traffic light in Lawtey. 7 privacy fence on 1 acre of land located just seconds from the lake. Call to-
fenced lot In Waldo.Immaculate.((305)) shots needs si good home. Call 964- dishes winter clothes Jeans dresses YARD SALE Sat Nov. 3 from 9 till 1. day to see this wonderful buy.
882-0540 or 9646727. 4 2748.6 and misc. items.Go w. 1 6 from Starke Ladies clothes toys and more. Free *COUNTRY CHARMi 3BR/2Ba brick a frame home In the country on I acre
MUST SELL! We have built new home AKC COLLIE female adult,beautiful sable approx. 6 miles toward prison. Turn puppies-half Doberman.Firstdlrtroad of land. CHftA. approx. 1450 sq.ft. Fantastic price. Must tell today I
and must move! 12x55 Mobile Home, ft white, lovely disposition. Champion right on N W. 57th Ave. (Crawford on left off Gnffis Loop. 9643949. *TWENTY ACRESi Has two 4"wells, septic tank 3 ocr.fish pond and many
1980, 2BR,1 BA, CH4A. Well pump sired, house trained 9649560. Rd.) Look for signs. 9 till we gel tired. 7GARAGE extras..make an offer today!

ft power pole included. Must be 6 7 &CRAFTS SALE Nov.2,3,9,10 *4 LEVEL LAKEFRONT HOMEl Opprox.. 3800 sq. ft., 4BR, 4ViBa, carpet tile,
moved. Now only $5200 OBO. or BATHING DIPPING. GROOMING dogs BIG YARD SALE 3 families lots of every- West on 100 to 235 North. Follow CH/A private asphalt drive on 2 Acres w/lOO ft. of crystal
takeover payments$160Vmo.Great 4 cats by master groomer. Boarding, thing. Behind Waters Grocery In Signs. 496-3934. 7 waterfront..REDUCED. Call today for new price!
Lawtey. Nov. 2 and from 8 till 7YARD
for starter home or 2nd homel Call shaded area indiv. care. reasonable 7 THREE FAMILY YARD SALE Fri. Nov. 2 TWO 1-ACRE LOTS IN HAMPTON OAKS ESTATES All cleared S mowed.

7.823634 TFN 4 rates. 964-9560. 6 SALE Fri 4 Sat!from 9 till 3 p.m.Off &SatNov.3from8til7.515AltonRd.Nice |Just waiting for a beautiful new home.

Gnffis Loop on SE 30th Ave. Clothes end tables,beautiful coffee table *FANTASTIC COMMERICAL BUILDING Located on Call St West. C/B S Stucco
shoes, artificial Xmas Tree, coffee clothes shoes crafts, Florida Gator bldg. with 4 large offices, one huge reception area. CH/A, carpet tile 2
table coffee maker, Sear's sewing Ceramics and much more. "Look for BA nice big kitchen area. This bldg. Is In immaculate condition. You mutt
machine what not shelves,high chair the U-Hauf That's Us! 7 see to believe how great It I.. Plea. call today for an appointment.
toys (lamp, window air cond. 24,000, SIX FAMILY YARD SALE Fri ft Sat Nov. COUNTRY LIVING Paradise Lake. 5BR 2Ba. 1790 sq.ft. Trl-level deck
electric central heater for mobile 2 a 3. Hwy 16 West 2nd Paved Roadon separate guest cottage, many types of fruit trees. Beautiful view 89000.
home gas heaters answering machines Right (Crawford Rd). 7 WATERFRONT CONTEMPORARY TRI-LEVEL HOME 4BR. 2Ba, CHSA aver
misc.. items. Cancel if rain. ( I 2,400.q.H. Gorgeous view 1 of the lake from the 3rd level living room that
7YARD LAND: ;FOR:":SALEANATCRFROMTSamps connects to a huge outside deck.Two acres with an entire sprinkler system.
i SALE Fri from 8 to 2. New 4 used ,. -. .Unbelievable! '
.&..w... ..fHdbpme",. 60.I .4oUS S IlJ.\OMlINQrv I\ UMI A type .II.crng .'off.red for
o 08 plllftCh n.I'I. ''J" .Y1r"Y ::, xi Lake lots.
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PARKING LOT SALE IICro..from Family 2,3,4 4 5 on Breamwood Point Ap-
also
wa.hc R Mu.1
dryer .11. Mak.
I r Dollar. Sat only from 8 till ? all9lots.c.(305)It on waterfront Anyor Debbie or Cecelia'. ,- IIn appt. today with'Sandra Anne
7 ( ) 882-0540 or 964-
w NICE MOBILE HOME LOTS. OWNER FINANCE
YARD SALE Sa only from 8 till? 1st 6727. Low..low..down payment
EQUAL HOUSNQ double wide on left on Gnffis Loop. 3 ACRES ON FORSYTH ROAD: By HURRY.PROPERTY Fantastic neighborhood.. Call today for appt. These lots won't last long.
Follow signs. 7 owner. 13500. Phone 1-407-464-
4 FAMILY YARD SALE Sat. Nov. 3 ft 10 6827. 9 ON ALTO LAKIi 8 ACRES with waterfront |lust waiting for you
b.ra M. ..-.-. CM, CUB HiddmtERA from 8 to 5.Clothes,weight set dishes, Classified Ads to build on. This Is strictly an owner financing piece of property. The clients
furniture, etc. Wilson Road Near are Interested In having retirement Income from this land. You'll love Alto
230A. 9645479. 7 Lake too.Anne .
Faulkner Realty Inc. Get Results
; _. Terwillegar Brown Sandra Terwillegar

Located Hwy. 301. 2 Blocks South of CR 100 221 Lafayette St.. Davi'd Lawson Pafnt & Body Shop '473-7541.' 964-4211


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BEAUTIFUL IBR. 1V4 Ba. Owner financing. Brick siding home with CH/A
above ground pool horie barn and many extras. CALL TODAY for more

detail. 160-90 CR 229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133 JiL SEIZED CARS trucks boats 4
*IIAUTIFUL > STORY COUNTRY HOMIII on 10 acres In Keystone Heights. ,
Only 6 yr. old. 4 BR/2 BA, above ground pool. Only 78900. 154.90 .
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*LAKEVIEWr Gorgeous cedar and brick home- view of Lake Brooklyn. Priced wheelers iriotorhomes FBI IRS
for quick sale. $69.999. by
163.90 ,
*NEW LISTING 3 BR/1'A BA brick home In city with CH/A garoge. House 8 ; i OR S LE>
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yr. old. Only 49000. 157.90 "
LAWUY 3 BR 1 BA home with 2068 sq.ft. of H/A space, 3 car carport Fill r Dirt, 'Top :Soil i DBA. Available your area now. Call
workshop, 2 SR/1SA M.H. used. for rental, all this on 4 acres. Call for appoint .

ment. 108-90 Large or Small Loads of Llmerock \
CLOSI TO SCHOOU 3 BR/2BA from. home with CH/A ceiling fan., utility 1-805-682-7555 ext. C-3130
shed price |lust reduced to 132.000 97.90 Tractor Work Backhoe BulldozerOUTLAW" ..,.
CHICKEN FARM ((2)) 30x600 houses, with a 3 BR/1BA home, CH/A In city L !<' .',
limits, all this on 8 acre. Good Income. 158-90
*READY TO BUILD Have 3 lot. each 75x200 on paved road with lake i964 1a2.964-5823.$964 6Q9E .

privileges to Georges Lake, all ((3))lots for 7800. 109.90 1 / / a L / 1 1 1 1
JUST RIGHT FOR GET AWAY PLACI Lot Is 79x100 In Lakeside Hills with lake 1 /
privileges Only$1699.00. 114-90
*IN TOWN VERSAT1LI BUSINESS LOCATION) 30x60 building plus 4 BR/1 BA LAVERN H. OUTLAW
home: all for under SOT. 122.90 BrokerThinking Accelerated Realty; inc. '
*J AC.IIN COUNTRY Beautiful building location. 121.90
*SALVAGI BUSINESS and used car sales on 9Vi acres 118-90 of buying of

CALL ST. lAST Nice building /lot coned BP 116-90 ? selling? Call us!
*FOREST HEIGHTS 100x202 building lot on paved street. 107-90 964-4544
'I 1/4 ACRES 4 BR/2 BA approx. 2500 sq.ft.59900. 103-90 Rc y } '' ,
*AFFORDABU 3 BR/1 BA New roof kitchen equipped. 102-90 Hwy. 301 S. Et:

LAWTRY 53/4 ecres, $14.0000wlll discuss terms. 99.90 I Your Full Service Real tUUto Office. I Il 1 Starke FL +
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HAMPTON LAKE 3 BR/I BA .remodeled all appliances, 115' an lake, dock STAKXV.K.David I .ttwwrw
greenhouse,workshop. 96-90

*IIAUTIFULI ACRES with nice 3 BR/2 BA home, large bam fenced. 70-90( L. Dodge,. MSA CRA .,fllanies "Lot .JAcrea JFIaerfLOat: '
*LICENSED FOR It AdF HOME Going business. Owner will finance plus liv ..;; 94.5370.FI '
ing quarters. ( u ./R'SiaS "v/Conunerelai
66-90 rd| Slate-Certified ,
*4/1.8 A FRAMI3 yrs on 2.4 acres over 1800 sq.ft. Keystone Heights. 162.90 Real E slat*Appraise? 'N"-QIt138r.rd.s: ;
' REDUCED '., Refrl Dishwasher, CH/A Sun
*A GREAT LAKE HOMI at an affordable price assumable mtg. 124.90 ''fO33 SSO'i"; .
Deck. 2240 11". GaregerWeH ft Septic. 1 Ac.. S73.000. +
*BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY .CLUB HOMI 3/2 over 1900 sq.ft. brick, large lot.
4"-doepwoll. 8.79 ACRES IN THE COUNTRY A-Frame. CB w/Permanent Paint Stucco

GREAT STARTER HOMI ON t.S ACRES 2/1 24x24 131.90 MR/2BA.. CHftA, Fireplace Family Room Snack Bar. Laundry Room ,
assumable separate garage 10x1 UnlltyMdg w/V/aUr/ ft Elect.. $79.000.
mtg 133-90 l ftistej )LANDBCAPED -'IOTt 3BR/2BA CB
*LOW DOWN AND COtiI Home large Family Room
OWNER FINANCING 4/1 and 1
N. 301
acre on over 2200 +
sq.H. 100.90 Adjoining| Screened Porch CHftA Range, Refrl ft Dishwasher 1800 /

*CITY BUILDING LOT301 x 142 be divided. SPECIAL IF, $79.000.
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may 69-90
ON THE WATER .3BR/SBA Norwegian Brick Living Dining Family
*BEAUTIFUL l'" DM WIDE ,
on one acre large carport and front porch.
Assumable mtg. Two Bedroom, I Bath Rooms, CHftA. 23IO.SK.iPorches. 2.8 Acres $87,000.

*COUNTRY CLUB ARIA Beautiful building lots owner financing. 129-90 89-89 Good Location First $10,000Buys I 1 '$40000.QUIT ft/-PEACEFUL;r.- .3BR/2BA 1. Two-Story Home. Well ft Septic. 1 Ac.,

COMMERCIAL/OFFICE RENTAL SPACI AVAILABU Ask for property COUNTRY HOME ON > ACKUi 3/2, great roomTvTood slave, over 1300'aq.tt-: '.MAKE AN OfFERI a./llA Frame Screened. Parches, 14x16 Utility '
-L *BROOKER ARBAi NICE, NICE I OW 3/2 with lots of extras. 1 1/2 acres fenced. 'Bldg. Well ft Septic Large let.I .
.GREAT REDUCTION on this potential rental Income only 18000. 98-90 *CASUAL lUOANCIi Brick 4BR. 2Ba, F.PIace all appliances, pool. 9 oc. + ACRES IN THE COUNTRY 3BR/2BA DoublewkJe MH CHeA. Stove ft /
*ALWAYS WANTED TO UVI ON A LAKE Great value on Crosby Lake, Nice 1ti DOUBUWIM on 1.37 acres, total electric extra nice 42500. Refrl. $40,000. .
house. 19-90 ,EXCELLENT lOCATIONi walk to everything CB, 1200 sq. ft. 3/1. CH/A. 1
*NICE DOUBU WIDE on Browns,. Rood Beautiful acre. 149.90 CONNERLV ICTATUiBrlck, 3/2 on I acre, Immac. cond., landscaped yd. : COMMERCIAL FROfERTYl 1
WALNUT STRRETi Two Buildings Suitable for Small Business. For Rent or
BEAUTIFUL ACRES 4 BR/2BA on 11/2 acres 51-40 *CONVENIENT. FENCED YARD. 2 BR. 1 IA.lnexpen.lv.llvlng. ,
*BEST AMAi Starke, Brick' Over 2000 sf. double garage on 2 large lots. 1 ;i SOUINi.200 ) +
I*HWY Ml : Ft. on Highway. Plenty of Warehouse Space.
Call One of Our Professionally *40 ACRESi Heavy timber. Highway frontage, Lawtey area.LAKEFRONT iJ,HWY Ml NORTH Salvage Yard with :3 BR/1 BA CB Home, SW Mobile
Fish ft Swim. Wend beach. 'I
Furn. Sandy
cottage. 1 l'I/o1n.10x60 Auto Repair. Shop 3 Septic Tanks ft 4 Welli, 3 Acres., ,
Trained Staff Today.... 645069Afttr *NATIONALLY KNOWN ELECTRONICS BUSINESS For Sale to Qualified Buyer. EAST CALL STREET Office Bide.. For Rent or lease.
*BRICK $/JiCH/A, walk to shopping qul.t neighborhood.'
Hour Call TkaaR.algarAnociatea: I *LAWTSY AREAi Spacious older home. 3/2 Owner financed. IILICIJDPIIOPIItTIU ,
*NON QUAllFYlNOi Assumable mtg. 3/1. In town. 34000. 40 AOtESi QMI be p wrctMsea' In 20-Acre Troll k4.ar Lawtey.
Irene Faulkner..964-S142
*BEAUTIFUL' I STORY brick ft cedar farm home. 4/21/2 IA on 36 Acres. B AOtflEt rrom ejs.s.i Hwy 929.
Darlene Godwin..468-2503 *FARM HOUSI BARKS. on 3 ac.Good area.Close to Starke. REDUCED 1 HOIIIIIILDO. M>TS( Hwy.16 W.City Water ft Sewage. Owner Financing. ;: ,
Warren "Woody" Ryder.964-9040 .caVSTALLAICIHOMIIITI.3 / 1300SF.1ac. REDUCED HOME BLDO. LOTSi Shady Oaks S/D. Breaker. I
I FOUR E-AOH TRACTS Breaker. Frontage '
Hwy. Owner
Thomas *US 301 SOUTHt Large triple wid. 3/2 On 4.9 plus oe. Close In I Financing.
(Tom) Qrot.964-6788 THRU B-AOM RIVtRPRONT LOTSIIraok..,
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LAWTIY ARIAt Nice 3BR; I 1/2 BA, 4 sep. rentals, all on 1 acre.. OwntIIllnanclng.:
Jenny Mann.,468-2502 ,*COMMMOALi U.S. 301 frontage Owner finance. 9 plus acr... EVEMNOSiEeesOnaJsiS
Connie Williams....Property Afgr. *BUILDING LOTS IN STARK! AND COUNTRY CUM ARIA Acreage.WATUraONTi a I &- J-4 l44 M BOIDeM '''M+,. /
Crosby lake Canal, large DW, $34,000 owner finance. 'I -r8lllOu-e..EIeMNl

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15 FT HYDROSTREAM BOAT with GOOD dLlAN FILL POSTAL JOBS 11.41 14.00/hr.. For BECOME A PARALE Accredited:
8Shp Johnson OutoSJ lid mis. for DIgT for site. Any exam and application Info call 219- Member NHSC Attorney Instructed. SERVICES
poll Pick-up: to semi load U
speedometer, gator tilting trailer with toad or we wM load. Priced by the 7694649 ext FL214 Slam 9pm 7 Home Study Established 1076. Financial -
new tines now loading runnars A yard. Best days. 15 Aid FREE Catalog. 1-800- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub- WATKINS
price anywhere. Call In NEEDSAREPRESENTATIVE
steal at $3200 BE YOUR OWN BOSS. Take orders for 669-2555 Southern Career Institute .
obo. Ml 964 6001 advance 004-473-0482 ...730090eIng. mltted to the lake Region Monitor office to sell high
home or r '-772-e.*9 work Jacksonville ; t z or publication. Big profit by phone. P.O. Box 2158. Boca Raton FL In writing and paid In advance quality products meat
8 Rattan Housewives and 33427. 7 interesting people, ear good money,
FOR SALE Table w4 chain w/ retirees perfect.Cal Meetotharls unless credit Is already established flexible
enjoy hours
NEW EVINRUDE MOTORS TROll. 004-964-7694 Ext. B '5 LONELY? from Fforidall Over with this office.MONITOR 1-904-782-3068
ING MOTORS. 19904 1W1 MODINVOICE.LMARINE fax 161/2 brown word center chair 064- EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAY! Assemble the privacy of your telephone 24 hrs STAFF CANNOT BE HELD CAREER 15 __
carpet. IN REAL ESTATrWe
7095. '2 products at home. Call for dally become friends or loved ones. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Train. Watson
| SALESAi-8800.0. FOR SALE 82 Thunderbird, low miles Information.504-441-8003.9570. Only $2 min. It works! 1(900)7867710 ( ) CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Realty Corp. 473-4816 chg8/30 tin

8 goodoond.Bass 15The C.M.S. 17 THE TELEPHONE. 3 GUSWILER"Pd.Pol.Ad./
Boat 70 Yamaha
16 FT. JJ101- *"*-lhru windshield, with extras. 964-8001. 12 City of Starke I Ia accepting applications GET DIET RECIPES by phone. Some Classified deadline I. 11:00 o.m. Tuesday

50 HP Mercury, float-on .trailer. CB 381 CLEVELAND MOTOR $150. call for the position of Firefighter. may be used by debedca. 1-900-535- prior to Thursday's publication, WILL BAiVSIT-ln my home. Monday-
radio 1000. Call 0644409. Tobla O'Neal before 5pmat9644308or Involves shift work. Min.requirements 2900. Ext 676. There Is a $2 min. Minimum charge$3.50 for 13 words, Friday, days No Infants. $43.00 per
altar, 6pm call 064-3930. are Certification, graduation from an charge through your phone service.IMPOTENT th.n 15 cents for each additional word.If week 473-2847. ltchgll-1
t2FOR approved high school or GED and a '7 bills or. mailed out. there will be a NEED CARPET INSTAUEDT-or wallpaperIng .

SALE 4 Ton Central Heat and Air valid FL Chauffeurs License. Applications ? 00 % cure rate by renown $3.00 billing charge. done?Call INMANS Carpet Service.
Feddar unit wl be received until 8 p.m. doctor In field. For recorded details Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171, ..73.0293.4tpdlG-11-16-25.1I/1
12FOR Cheapl) 7823323. call ((314)530-0518) anytime. Keystone His., FL 32636 NEED A CARPENTEr-Quollty work and
Fri. .
Nov. 2.Apply City Hall.Starke.
TIME SHARE UNITS 17
AND FREE
MEMBERSHIPS CAMPGROUND SALE 14 ft. fiberglass boat a trailer Personnel Office 209 N. Thompson TALK LIVE ONE-ON-ONE LIVE TOAMERICAS'S 2tpdlO-23-1M estimates. Call 473-7883.
: Distress
w/18 hp Evlnrude motor ft 20 St. 15HOSPITAL
spd
Sales MOST BEAUTIFUL
Cheap)Worldwide BABVSrniNG-ln home. 6o.m.
selections. my Keystone
trolling motor $550.! Can 964-8450 JOBS, start $80/hr.your
CaD VACATION WOMEN. 1-000-258-UVE ONLY $1 .
NETWORK U.S.and FOR SALE to 6 p.m., S30/week. For more Information
Canada. 10073M250or305771Free arter8p.m. 12 area. Noexp. necessary. For Info call MIN. $25 MIN (R439) 17 please call Dana at
ALTO SAXAPHONE wI ca..,good pond 1-900-226-9390. exl.'709,8am-
8298. rental WATER SPECIALIST: Pump and well 473-0362. 2tchfllO25.il.IWANTED
Information SATEUITI
305- SYSTEM-repossessed due to
/S125. Practice Trombone w/ case 8pm,7 days$12.0S phone fee.TASC .
771-6331. 10 $35. 1S repair, all makes and models. Lifelong divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing
20 AC tracts In middle Rhodea/Fenderelectrlckeyboard .ldentwilh many years experience. -
Tennessee down. S39/mo.
1.272.1031.
Se-
wlegs$250.(Custom P. Case Manager.To
cluded, with A.System w/ serve Bradford Can Collier Gritfis at 864-6529.
good timber, good hunt- 2 sets speaker$200. Call Allen 782- Putnam and Union Counties. Duties 17NEED Stchgl 1-1-29
S9i$495 per AC- with 20 % down 3274.12 will Include Case Mgmt. for TASC SATEUITI SVSTEM-llka new 6 mo. old
A BABYSITTER? Call 9646391.Bayiets .
722-5607.after 7 p.m. 8'5-722-38'2 or FOR SALE 1983 Ford 4x4 150 V-8 PS A clients liaison with court and Probation Highway. 17 with scrambler. Nothing down. 'Gu. Cuswller' Pd.Pol.Ad.

ROWELL 10 AC. AM/FM$5.500 firm. B-80 Brown- and Parole,andean sulJeduo.with ELAINE'S HOME CLEANING SERVICE $49/mo. 1-272-1018 Stchgll-1-29
REALTY
AUCTION COM- Ing 12 ga. 3* mag. 30-O8( rifle with Individual and agencies. Req. Cal 064-6557 or 064-5514. Cus Cuswller, Pd.PeI.Ad.PIANOResponsible .
to PANYhasbeeneammlssloned the to offer soopa. 964-7869 alter 5 p.m. Bachelor's Degree In Human Serve '7C.C. HOMES FOR SALE
public>'25
outstanding prop. In 12 ices. Salary Range: $12,000 -
CLEANING SERVICE, cleaning the
Gulf Shores and Baldwin County,Al_ 18000. Deadline for appl. Nov. 5. house for the party to assume COOL OFF In this above ground pool In
Carpets small
working spouse. monthly payments on spinet
Nov.
Thurday. 1 at 11 a.m. CST. I I. ; : 1090. Send Resume to: Bradford- the summer Stay by this
8nf N.J' toasty warm
: ,windows ft rentals.Get ready for plane. Can be seen 'locally. Credit
opportunity to ,
your purchase baoudl ., \ Putnam-Unlon Guidance Clinics,Inc., wood stove In the winter. 3BR/2BA.
the ) 7823089. 9042548481.
l sandy ocean-front .. holidays 17 Dept. 3tchg 10.18.25.11.1
Gulf of prop on themaje.tio P.O. Box 1177. Starke FL 32001. PAINTER RESiDENTIAL wUl work cheap. TRUCK TOPPER-Fiberglass, sliding front Brick. Fenced. Established subdivisionIn
andcommerdallots Mexico residential 3BR,2 BATH DOUBLEWIDEmobilehomeon 15WATKINS Gulf Crisis has lightened my work window Fits 5-10. Ranger long bed. city limits. Assumable mortgagewith
and ,wonderful homes Qriffls Loop on private NEEDSAREPRESENTATIVE load. Cal anytime 468-1666. Ex. Cond. $250. 4732760. ltchgll-1 no qualifying. 79000. 4733756.
ELEVEN prime ABSOLUTEI acreage.Stove and refria.fuml.hed. to sell high quality products meet 17 18 FT. CAMPINO-Troller, $700. Two tires TFN
TO BE
SOLD carpeted throughout.$325 month. Interesting people earn good money WE BUY, CRACK AND SELL PECANS. 12x13 on Dodge rims $50. Pip.
Join us at the Erie H. Meyers Civic $150 282-7117 enjoy flexible hours ,1-904-782-3068 with 'Cus Cuswller Pd.Pol.Ad.
security 13 Indian River Citrus. Phone 9645811. bumpers: one 2V steel grill, on.
Center on Thursday Nov. 1, at 11 MOBILE HOME FOR RENT Sleepy 15 State Farmers Market U.S.301 North.WILL 5" with wellcaps, buy both for $100.
a,m.to place YOUR bid.For more Info Hollow Motet 964-5006 13 BOOKKEEPER/ACCOUNTANT Manufacturing 17 Steel toolbox for full-.1.. truck $30. 2400 SQ.FT.-Brlck office building. Income -

and complete brochure cal : ROW. DW 24 x 60 3 BR 2 BA CH/A. 2 tots on Co. has parti-time position. DO BABYSITTING In my home. Steel' dog box $100. Not workingneedmoney. producing, located on SR2I,
ELL REALTY AUCTION 1-800-323- canal off Crosby Lake near Starke for 25-30 hrs per week. Computer exp Close to prisons.Will take infants and 413.0713ttpoll-1: 39,900. Century 21 Showcase Properties
8388. We bring buyer a sellers together. rent or sale for$5.000dwn or$29.000 necessary. Send resume to Crosby toddler References. Call 964-2636 PAULIN 1en-Chansow-$8O! Sears push Inc. Broker ((904)473.4903.ltchgll1 ) .

10 total. Can 964-8213 evenings. Mfg. Co. P.O. Box 760 Starke Fl 17CHAIN mower ( M prlca-$73.) Martin
'H" ; "" 32091 or call 064-8331. 15 Gultar-StSO. Golf Clubs Cart-SSO, Sewing
FOR RENT trailer on 1 acre. 3 BR 2 BA986after LINK FENCE: installed. Free
estimates.
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Machine Bamboo
i.FOniSAtE':; [ JOB OPENING for versatile, responsible (antlque-$50.)
,.. .. 8 prison. Call 1-387- HANDYMAN FENCE CO.. LAND
H' Chalr-$40 2-Boat Gas tanks
:. : :: ,: :: I Sp.pm. TFN 13 person willing to work ft learn new owner Tommy Reddish, 064-8559. Swing $5
lobs. Full Time. Apply In each Hearing Aids-Less than half
71 FORD Positive traction rear end with FOR RENT furnished apartment Three Cleaners, 311 Temple personDomestic TFN 17 price. 4733768. 1 pd l l-1 LARGE CORNER-lot, 148 ft. waterfront.Big .
350 gears.$150;Realistic channel rooms*Bath.Utilities Included.Adults Ave. 15CERTIFIEDSYPLUMBERQRADERO REFRIGERATOR-$50. Call 473-4263 after Tree lake Estates. $12,000 obo.
CB $30.2 front Monroe gas shook only 964-5970. TFN 13 .02 MISCELLANEOUS 3p.m. ltpdll-1 473-2lB3-let It ring) 2tchg11.1.e

for a Ford 4x4 only used tor 3 months. 3 Bedroom. 1 Bath CH/A. carpet deck hr. excell. benefits. Second shift
front porch,apt lance furnished$375.
$25, 9643939. 12 s
Please
apply phone or in RENT
by person FOR
month plus deposit with 1 HUDDLE HOUSE Successful 27 LOST
OAK FIREWOOD Stacked and deliv per year Champion Ind. Corp., 109 Halsema a year
leas 4 mile north of Starke on 301 old, exciting growing, southeastern
ered.$50 -fu size
pickup load Cal RdS.Whltehouae,FL 004-786-4155. LAKI ACCESS-2 3BR mobile homes.
Tim. 496-3365 or 964-5100 to NE 50th. ...1,10 NE 1 1th .right.b EEOE M/F. '5. restaurentchain,Is now franchising In S143/S133 or month. Lake Geneva FAMILY PET-in Keystone Area Female
12CRT sign. Phone 1-778-0314 13 this area and other surrounding com- per walker hound, whit. and brown. Tattoo
monitor and deluxe 2 BORN MOBILE HOME for rent turn or ... We have successful franchise Rental., 473-7566. 6mopd7-90-l-91/ Inside hind leg. Please call Dale at
computer : :
keyboard FURNISHED
HOMES FOR SALEBY EFFICIENCY-Apartments on
device .. must .... unfum. $200 mo. $100 dip c 964- .. ," . I owners from all'ail walks of Hie1, Lak. Geneva. Neat and clean.$275plus .73-9045.2tchgI0-18-25
$75. 909 N. Tho m 8704.13 for a no obligation franchise package.
tax month, Includesutilities.
ONE BEDROOM APT. Ceil- per GUI Guswller. Pd.Pol.Ad.BOATS .
Heatpump. Call Sandra Law 1-800-476-4833,
12PIANO .
473-2919.
OWNER. 3 Br. 2 bath brick Country 4tchg10-23-l
FOR SALE. Responsible party to ing tan walled patio olf street pking. Club Estates $65.000,call 8644559 HUDDLE HOUSE INC.8 10 FT. CAMPER-for rant. Singles prefer
assume small monthly payments on near town,$210 permo. Bradford Village 16HOME SPRINKLE YOUR LAWN LUCH ft red. AC/Cable/full bath. Ev.rythlng

spinet piano. Can be seen locally apts. 0644601. 13 FOR SALE 3 bdrm 2 bath Cedar GREEN.Kits yourspr.a Goodbye' : furnished except cooking gas. $240 per FOR SALE
Credit ctept. 904-254-8481. 4BR. 2BA CH/A house In Raiford $275 Siding, Cathederal Ceilings your grass feeds itself with Just your month-$50 Deposit. Call 4732667.
12AUCTION latft Last$100 Seo.964-8602 after Clairestory Windows, Oak Cabinets, sprinkler and the Ingenious FERTI-! 4 tch g l 1-1.8.15.22.29 nil 17FT. FISH-C SKI, Bass
8 p.m. 13 FLO. Free II&raWre80G6835847.. Trophy/Bayllner. 125 Forc. motor 8
Nov 3
at 10 am on SR 225 Central Heat/A/C. Near Hospital and
Between 301 ft 16. Antiques, miso WALDO VILLAS now renting 2 bdrm School. Paved Dead-end street 18GOOD Cus Guswller', Pd.Pol.Ad trolling motor Complete with 2 depth
located be- HOME NEEDED for mixed breed finders, ski
bar marine CB radio
apartments. Centrally ,
and
farm equip, and other Items.Everything Approx. 1200 sqft. $49,900. Call
tween Starke and Gainesville. AD Excellentwlth children.1164-9553 AM/FM cassette stereo. extras 6
dog. MO8ILI HOMI-on Deer Spring. Lake, Many -
must 10 % buyers evenings 431-1165. 16
go. electric free pest control CHI, onsite 18 2BR-18A. large screened porch. $285. year _rranty. $1500 obo and takeover
premium chg. Method of pymt cash or HOUSE FOR SALE 6 rims and 3 acres of PUPPIES
certified chk. 964-6778. 12 laundry room. Ask about our land 30000. Has 2 barns also. Call FREE to good home. Black NO pets. 4732252. ltpdll-1 payments. 473-3185. let It ring)
Lab ft mix. Male and female 2 BEDROOM-Furnlshed house lake 2tchgl 1-1-8
FAWN TOPPER for Chev-Ford-Dodge special rate. Equal Housing Opportunity 782-3373. 16 Beagle on ,

982-67 P/U. $150 or with clamps : Form; .Info 468-1971. .2 ACRES 3 BR/1 1/2 BA home with front 782-3684. 18 ,$300 a month. NO,PETS. 473-4265: after

'" ..... -",$180., r/im/ Faulkner 984.6534awp5pm. / =fO'tMKlr&n _.._ porch Carport .111 country $19.900. 5 p.m ltpdll-1 ..
FU1'Nf1'bA1 : Fu'rri. 2 BEDROOM-1 Bulh" mobHshome..
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12DINING Ethridge., Tenn. 65 miles S.W.. Nash YARD SAtE
$325 per mo: 2 BR apt downstairs ville. 964-4868. 16PERSONAL Deposit required. 4739470. 1pd11-1
$235 per mo. Call 964-4990. (OPPORTUNmESWOLFF IMMACULATI2BR2BA. furnished.
13 CH/A carpeted. No pets, no smokersor 'Cus Gu.wlUr Pd.Pol.Ad.
ROOM 3 BR HOUSE $275 per mo. References SERVICESDIVORCES. TANNING BEDS: Commercial alcohol drinkers. Ideal for ret. couple -

MANAGERCAPTAIN required: 064-0553! after 6 p.m. .. home units from 19900. Lamps, $40O deposit. Near P.O.. bank HIGH RIDOI-Estates. Saturday.November ,

13 ,$95-$150; WILLS$35-$50; lotion, accessories. Monthly pay- store. 7860186. 1 tpd l l-1 3, 8 a.m. til 4 p.m.. 6409
2 Bdrm taller In Lawtey on private lot No DEEDS, $20. MANY MORE SERV- mentslowas$1800 Call today FREE 2 BEDROOM-Cottaga, Lake Lily 3 miles Belolt Ave. Follow signs from en
E. of Melrose. $350 mo. FIRST LAST
children. 782-3344 13 color .
catalog.8002288292. trance. ItpdlltMUU1PAMILY450
ICES AVAILABLE. Call Bradford
D'SA 3 BR. 1 1/2 BA House in Starke. Lease Secretarial Services Inc.. 964-2700. 20 and security deposit. Refs. required. Nightingale, Saturday -
$450 per mo. 1st ,last and$200 sec. tin 17REMODELING Business sale.$60.OOOplus owner will 3723004. 2tchg 11-1-8 November 3, 8 to 2. A lot of

Division of 431-1242. 13 : New construction,no job finance half. Excellent Income opportunity. everything at bargain prices ltpdll-1
18004515371.! SERVICESDO LARGE OARAGI-Sale, 7868 Twin Lakes
Shoney's Incorporatedis 6 ROOM HOUSE with 2 BR. Desire mar- too big or little. Call 964-7217 after 5
ried couple or single person.Call 064- 20LOCAL Road, November 2, 3. 4. 8 a.m. to 3
now looking for Dining Room 7872. 13 p.m. or 964-3818 anytime (leave ROUTES handling Frito Lay. YOU NEED REPAIRS to your home or p.m. Three families-something for

Managers. An individual must MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY message). Ken Koehler. 17 Nabisco and other name brand snack mobllehome? Call Bill at 4739470. everyone ltchgll-1
DRINK YOUR BUSI-
WANT TO THATS
SEWER CABLE 2 foods. Service accounts set and 4tpdl1-1-8-15-22 CRAFT f YARDSALI-Multl-fomlly, Friday
an outgoing personalityand WATER TV. BR up
possess NESSI! WANT TO STOP? THAT'SOURSI
I BINGO I-Is held
at KeystoneMelroseAmerican and 9 to 4, 630 Jasmine.ltpdll1 .
1 BATH, 064-7498 TFN 13 owned by parent company. Nation- Saturday
be able to work well
must Alcoholics Anonymous 96436I9. legion Post 202 on Hwy 21
wide cen.UI.howa high annual
with the public. : 964-<1150, 964-86I4. 17 *.Req.Investment ol$14.850 earning cash- on Saturday nights at 7 p.m. and on SATURDAY-Nov. 3, 9 to 2, Hwy 100 E to
Only self-motivated individualsneed HELP \WANTED, : PAINTING AND PRESSURE WASHING: secured by equipment. Can 1-800- Sunday afternoons at 2 p.m. CR-314 (Gizmo). Left of Gustafson
Free estimates. Mike Cole. Call after
3mos.pdlO-4/12-20
Road. Follow signs. ItchglM
to apply. 782-1550, Oper. 2 20
$40.000/yr! READ BOOKS and TV 5pm., 964-4111. 17 IMMEDIATELY) Local Juice Vending

Scripts. Fill out simple'tike/don't like"form. CUSTOM WOODWORKING a repair/ Route for Sato.Weekly Cash Income

Benefits Include EASYI! Fun relaxing at home, addition, repair, remodeling mobile Cad Now. John 1-a -749.4149.
Health. Dents .A life PIma beach vacations. Guaranteed pay- homes cabinets and crafts. Phone .. Union County Ads II
3 44 hour work week '
day check. 24 HOUR Recording Reveals. 473-4018 after 5 p.m.
WANTEDWe :
.Vacation after 6 months 801-379-2955 Ext FE1A3S C.0052543.. Senior citizen ,'.. .. ,
Credit Union 15HOSPITAL special rate. 17 FOR SALE YARD SALE
Stock Purchase Plan JOBS start $6 80/hr..your FREE ESTIMATES cleaning, hauling. buy Pecans. Cal 376-<<42. Large or

Bonus Plan area. No exp. necessary. For info can clean up repairs, painting and car Smal quantities. 11 NOV. 3. 9 AM across from Middle
1-000-226-0300. ext.1709.6am8pm.7 pentry. Call 9644872. TFN PIANO FOR All Responsible Party to School. Hwy. 131, cancel If rain.
Call Today for an Interview days.$12.98 phone tee. 17 assume small monthly payments on
904-384-0944 IS BE A PARALEGAL Accredited Member spinet piano. Can be seen locally.
NHSC, Attorney Instructed Home Credit Depl. 904-234-8481. 3tchrg. REAL ESTATEBEAUTI.UI.

Study Fin. Aid Avail. FREE CATA- 10/18, 10/25, 11/1.
1-800-669-2555 SCI Boca Ra VOTE TABLE 4 CHAIRS, CHINA HUTCH AND 1-1 ACRE LOTS Choice of
Route Sales ton F133432. 17 BUFFET call after 4:30 p.m. 4963402. creek or pond lots, down payment low

BOARDING, grooming training lessons 2tchrg. 10/23. 11/1. as $493 down and $64 month.
Lance Inc. has an opening in the Starke Area. 5 days a a TLC available for your horse. 964BROWN'S I FT. IA*2 pa. Block Vinyl and Chrome. Located 7 miles south of lake per Butler

Paid Vacation Profit Sharing Retirement Plan 2475. 17 V.ry sturdy. Great for recreationroom. Owner financing, call 9044963161.4tchro. .
week CLEANING SERVICVE. We $125 firm Pat James 4963673. 10/11. 111.MOBILE .

Free Hospital Insurance for Employee Major Medical do 064-2932.H all houses,17 apts., sta.. Can at TUES. Itchrg. 11/1


Life Insurance. TALK ONE-ON-ONE LIVE. Meet new PERSONAL SERVICES HOMES

Person we select must be ambitious & willing to work hard.If friends aR over America. 1-000-258-!
LIVE.Also try The Meet Un.' 1-900. Will DRIUINO AND OPTIC TANKS Dor-
interested in building a good future in the Starke area 654-MEET $1 min., $25 Minimum. NOV. 6 man W.II and Septic Tank Inc.- 244 NEW HOMI-mi DESTINY 34X48 3 BR, 2

Phone 964-7600 for interview after 6 pm. Starting (R430) FRIENDS-TALK Inch water wells. Pumps- solos' ser. BA w/ wood siding, shingle roof sturdy -
MAKE NEW ONE-ON- vice Installation septic tanks, lift floor w/ 10 year warranty. House-

11/5/90. Ask for Larry Sprinkle ONE to gals/guy In your area. 1- II I- stations- Now Installation, drainfleldrepairs. type door, frost-fro refrigerator. Set
EEQC Employer 900-741-LIVE $1 minute $15 mini- Contact Bryan (Skeeter) up for only $233/month. Call today.

mum. 1-000-741-UVE GALS Jones-273-2004- Jo....- 275-2716. 904.752-1452.
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MUST MIL 28 wide 3 BR, 2 BA, loaded
$1/mlnute. $20 minimum. (RE431). After 6 p.m.Stole licensed- work
a w/ full 3X4 Interior and exterior walls.
17 guarenteed- estimates. 1/25 Stpd.
2/22 th n/ Hn Deluxe carpet Deluxe furniture,
I Will BABYSIT IN MY MOM Janice deluxe appliances w/ glamour bath.
Wroubel' Timbers AFFORDABLE! AMERICANCANCER Noegel. 496-3823. 4tchrg. 10/25, 11/13 For onlyu $256/month. Call; today.
9047521452.
Fill ESTIMATES Need House Painted.
; V Need Mobile Homo Cleaned Call Don

T.H.B.APARTMENTS.
We Buy Pine 'Trees in 6 5OaE1Y ) BUS APPUANd Sales and Repair Ser.
vice. Buy some, sell some, fix some.
RENT OR RENT TO PURCHASE $160 to
j yard or on uncleared lots.Ricky. Brownlee St. 4962090. TFN. 11/1. $200 monthly. Security Deposit re
O32 E.
quired. Sid's Mobil. Home Pork behind
Camp Blandlnf Rd. TIM American Cancer Society HELP WANTED SaS 1pd.27.. TFN.

Wroubel Starke. FL 32O91 research program relies completely TWO BtDROOM ONI RATH MO Bill I

282-2431 964-7133 upon public contrtbutlona. TIXAI RIFINtRY CORPORATION needs HOMI Furnished 7 mile south of Lake
Call Anytime mature person right now In lake Boiler Butler. Adults only. Call 496-3736.
area. Regardless of training write Itchrg. 11/1
-- 2 & 3 BR. family oriented with W.B. Hopkins. Bon 711. Fort Worth, TX

REPOSSESSED VA & HUD laundry & large playground. M 76101. NOTICE
BUY & SELL
.FREE Electricity first month. WE YARD SALE

HOMES available from governmentfrom tlyou Rent qualtty.30% of your monthly Income USEDFURNITURE ". MULTI-FAMILY OARAOR AlB Worthington OASSIPMD ADVERTISING should be win

hr.. 40 bra. e mined to the Union County Times. of.
l[> u earn 3.35 per: .* Springs across from City Parkon
week A have 3 dependents, .' (all fka In writing and paid In advance
credit check. You your It. Rd. 121. Clothing types aalas.
$1 without rent would be about 1112 month .), furniture, household Items toys unless. credit Is already established

or*3.73 per day far cia,. left In the t and antique dl.... Sot., Nov. 3. ':00 with mis office.
Also S&L bailout proper ies.Call18056827555'ext month. for move-In after the first. 13& a.m.. 4 00 p.m. INS TIMRS $TAFP CANNOT M HUDRISPONSIBLI
repair. eQuaJ1ftecI SIncJea d. -I + 'r 4 FAMILY YARD BALI 375 I. Main, LaEsT POR MISTAKES IN
.Move-In be low I CUUSIPWDS WHIM AD IS TAKEN
H-3659 for coat can as as Butler, AKC Cocker Spaniel adult OVER M
TIN THEPHONI.ClasiHIad
t.O.OO Lore Fihooahr teen, children a baby clothes, wicker
:;::' FURNmJXE love seat. Infant toddler __... deadline Is MONDAY. 9
Jitqtbur Huffed animals towe/ry. lamp., P.M., prior to Thursday publication. J
(
toys
repo list your area. I Qt IUiI I .fJO-: homo Interior items and household Minimum charge Is 13 wards for$3.90
than
: 13 cents for each word thereafter.November ,
Items. 11/3/90 from 8 00 to 200.

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JIM MINTERFor LAWTON CHILES PETE' PETERSONFor
Secretary of State For Governor Congress

Ever hear of a candidate for office actually Chiles believes that principles and commitmentto America Is crying out for a new brand of
RETURNING a campaign contribution? Well Jim service are the foundation of public servicebutIn leadership. Pete Peterson is a man who believes
Minter Democratic nominee for the high office of Florida politics In recent years, principles have that the true test leadership is honesty. Integrityand
Secretary of State, actually did Just that. Minter Is taken a back seat to the politics of money, erodingthe perserverance. He had plenty of time to think
accepting campaign contributions only from people's trust In their government. Before about this during his six years as a prisoner of war
Individuals, and returned five checks totaling $900 leaders can lead--the people's trust must be while serving his country In Vietnam.It's .
given him by Democratic Clubs and the State restored. time for Florida voters to put a man In
Democratic Committee.A Unfortunately, many public officials feel they Congress who believes In the power of the
former editor of the Tallahassee Democrat must accept large campaign contributions from American ,dream, not the power of backroom
newspaper, he also proposed banning special interests in order to be elected to office. politicians and big money special Interests calling
contributions from PAC's (Political Action Chiles believes this Is a mistake..By limiting his the shots.' Pete Peterson has more than paid his
Committees) and limiting Individual campaign contributions to $100 per person. Chiles dues In service to his country as an educator, an
contributions to $250 per person. Minter believes feels that every Florida voter Is given an Air Force Base Commander, and a'Fighter Pilot In
this Is essential the people are to have a voice In opportunity to be heard, with an equal voice, Vietnam. He asks for a chance to continue that
government, which Is now dominated by big which they do not have In politics today. Big service In the U.S. congress. He will serve the
interests that can afford to donate thousands of money contributions buy access and powerpowerthat people of ALL parties and will remain loyal to the
dollars to candidates they look to for favors later. should belong to all the people, not just a few Democratic party--the party that elects him to
big contributors. Chiles' campaign motto Is: office on November 6. '
"THIS TIME THE PEOPLE WIN!"
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During the decade "Reagan's Reaganomlcs" ata, lower rate than middle Income workers. guessed It..They be paying 14%less.
which
( Bush
George rightfully termed Voo-Doo Thanks to a defiant congress, he didn't get that Since the vast bulk of capital gains Income goesto
Economics) the Rich got Richer and the Poor got either. But It goes to show, once again what has the very wealthy It Is obvious that Mr. Bush,
Poorer. Reagan espoused the
Trickle Down Theory always been obvious-the rich get richer and the who once said that the homeless who sleep over 1
that If dollars
were bestowed on the rich, they
would Trickle poor get poorer during GOP administrations. heat grates In winter, do so because they prefer to
Downto
eventually the
poor. But Figures from the center on Budget and be outdoors-or
policy words to that effect. Tell that to
somewhere along the line, the
tap got turned off. '
priorities a
nonpartisan group reporting on some Qf the wretches who
the recent poor are living In
During Budget
Balancing Farce. government spending and public policies show cardboard boxesl!
George Bush did his best to out-Reagan Reagan by that In 1990 the .
poorest fifth of U.S. householdswill It's obvious which has the
party most
demanding a Capital Gains tax cut (which he did concern
taxes that
pay are 16 percent higher than ten for
middle-income
not ) and fighting to the bitter end Americans and the very poor.
get to tax the rich years ago.And what about the wealthiest class?
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