Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01892
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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 8, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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NOV 131990

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.. SECTION At II pesos SINCE 1879
A front extending. down through the Appalchians Into Georgia, Hard Newt. ,,.......1-3A "r/r
Alabama and Mississippi expedcted to move through our area IdKori.il... .. .......... .... .4*
late Friday and Saturday, bringing rain In front and cooler air Soetali. .. ... .. .. .. .....64A 71/1 Infnfr171Qu1)' EH., r
behind. ....... .. .. . ... .7.I0.12A 1'/1 fr-RARY: P N11)P ,
Rain 1 Is expected late Friday,Friday night and into Saturday but uw.. .... .. .. .. .. .. ... 'A ', )' ll\ If 1 01F I ]
we may see some clearing in time for the Florida-Georgia football V.t..... De,. . .. .. . ..*AUCTION I iIL'1\ I ''I- I "") I r y a
game at the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville Saturday afternoon. .
Temperatures that have been holding in the high 70s will gradual It ,tI.pass. I I IX ,l-1, ( I

ly decrease through the weekend with Sunday highs in the low 70s v....... De y. .. . ..... ..ISFelice I ia/ r 111'L l ...." .d1...,

and Monday and Tuesday not reaching 70. Sect... . . ......
Low temperatures Sunday and Monday will be in the low 40s with New( Brief*. . .. . .. ..3,41Are.
Tuesday's low in the mid 30s. Frost is likely Tuesday morning. N._. . .. .....100U. The Sweetest Strawberries
Sunrise this morning Thursday, November 8, was at 6:48 and Obltuerle. .. .. .. . ..... n This Side of Heaven
will set at 5:38.: The day Is lOh 50m in length. c....." .led Ad. .-.. ......|,M 1IUh Year STARKE FLORIDA 35 Cents Copy

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Volunteers Needed...

seeking AARP's volunteers Tax-Aide for program the 1990-91 is '" wM1, n .. rl.. rW .. lA In Bradford

season to help seniors age 60 and rr-" '. ;
over with low or moderate income,
to file Income tax returns.If .
you can help, please call
Augustine Mlxon Ph. 964-8424. 6. z, ss+7 +sr'ret' +ofaslatN s iilliistaR
69 % Turnout

Senior Center... -

The Senior Center Is open from

8:30 a.m. to S p.m., Monday- In a race of national significance coming redistricting of Congres-
Friday for use by all senior
veteran U.S. Senator Lawton Chiles sional seats based on the 1990 cen-
citizens in Bradford County. There beat incumbent Governor Bob Mar- sus. Florida is due to gain four more
is a reading-TV room with cable .. tinez almost half a million votes inTuesday's U.S. House seats because of its gainin
and coffee all day. Seniors need to
the last decade.
.. climax to a hard-fought population during
bring lunch. Bring your current campaign.In The governor will have a large role
project or learn a new craft. Call the latest unofficial statewide in defining the boundaries of the new
ph. 9644545. a'fa
report at 11 a.m. Wednesday Chiles districts.
had racked Other big winners in Congressional -
Flre.A.t Bait... 1,485,107.up 1,939,171 votes to Martinez's representation due to

Amdro, the fire ant bait will be Chiles carried all but seven of populaation increases are Texas,
available Thursday Nov. 8, 8:30 a Bradford County's 24 precincts, to which elected a Democratic governor -
a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Agriculture a Tallying the Votes... rack uu 3.241 to 2,468 for Gov. Martinez and California, which picked a
Building on North US-301. including 303 absentee votes Republican. Governors have a
Price, $5 per pound. Election workers were busy Tuesday night getting vote In split almost even, 152 for Chiles, 151 strong influence on the redistricting
formation from the 21 precincts and with phone calls wanting for Martinez. 69 percent or 5,847 of process and will work toward favoring -
Flu Vaccine... t L to know about the races. They rushed to answer every ques- 8,456 Bradford voters turned out their own party in the process.
tion. Seated at the desk l-r): Judy Brown, Shelly Bowen, Betty Tuesday beating the unofficialstatewide

Health The Bradford Department County has Public received I r 3 Ann Phillips, and Marie Dyal. turnout of 59.8 percent.In Amendments Favored...

another shipment of Flu vaccine "..M At left: Judge George Pierce certifies the 357 absentee a people-oriented campaign Bradford voters followed the rest f
ballots, then helped count. The judge was called to Lake Chiles rode a wave of $100 contribu-
and will be offering flu shots for $5 of Florida in approving all four Con-
each. Butler Tuesday night to certify the Union County election. tions from 75,000 contributors, situtional amendments on the ballot.

Shots will be administered although he was outspent more than Amendment no. 1, moving the dates
two to Chiles also
Fridays 1:30-4: << p.m. through campaigned for Legislative sessisons earlier in
November. against political contributions from the year was approved 206 tp 55 in
.A Ex-Rep. Bill Grant Petered Out special interests and big business. Bradford voting; Amendment 2, re-
Martinez raised $10.6 million, Chiles
Gator QB Club.
.. $4 million. quiring a three day waiting period

meets The Starke Thursday Quarterback(today), Nov.Club 8, at By Pete Peterson's PepperingBill Chiles'showing campaign Americans was significantin that cam- for to legislature 63 gun; No.3.purchases to provide requiring was financing favored the state 224 for

6:30: p.m., with a covered dish din- paigns can be won without big mandated
programs, won 168 to 105,
ner. Meeting begins at 7:30: p.m., money contributions and negative and no. requiring the Legislatureto

featuring a. speaker from the Grant paid dearly Tuesday for dent Bush and Vice President Dan brought warm applause from his au- observers advertising said, although that some but operate in the sunshine, won 229 to
University.Bus his 1988 party switch losing the Se- Quayle as the main attractions. diences.In no one 48.
seats available for both the Chiles with his easy-going
cond Congressional district seat inTuesday's answer to all the criticism being
UF-GA and the UF-FSU demeanor could have
game Grant infuriated Democratic grassroots ,
election to underdog Pete
at 20 each. Call Hazel Hardy aimed at him, Grant a former it off. With the keynote of his
game Peterson by a 57/43 percentage vote. leaders with his surprise switch of Madison bank president, argued pulled Bradford Voting...
ph. 964-7451 for info. campaign being "This time the people
parties just weeks after winning re- him County voters generally followedthe
that his switch enabled to get
win!I" Chiles himself in
Bradford County gave Peterson a election to Congress on the placed state in Tuesday's statewide
done for his constituents
....... more the role of reformer
Sports Pw, narrow win of 2835 to Grant's 2705 Democratic ticket funded largely because of his contacts with the a campaign try- races.
Passes to all BHS sports, except while Union County, due to a strong by Democratic money. Salt was rub- Bush administration. He also charged ing to take Florida government out Complete Bradford vote totals
football are available for $40 each. pro-Peterson, anti-Grant organization bed Into Democratic wounds when that the Democratic Party "left" of the hands of big money con- absentee votes included,were:

,', .'........,a-" for Call details.Wanda Prevatt.;... ,"ph.. .964-6800....**.. '.,'., 134,.gave toCrant'B Peterson.a22 a,...XbA.wide margin upset extended of-' Grant a..high-proflie proclaimed; ,cereOTonx his party .switchin in .the, him people by drifting in hidistrict far to the.Results left of the of.,. voter.tributors Apparently and return this it to.appealed the. average to Congressional' Dill. 2i .....

even to Grant's home county White House rose garden with President Tuesday's voting did not? bear this -voters-wha-eenv to be losing confidence 'Grant Rnw t 1,7OSr49% t
in their state and national
Lunch Bunch... of Madison where Peterson scored a Bush's blessing.
Peterson, D. .2,825Oov.rn.rU. 51%
governments and how it is being run
near two-to-one victory of 2748 votesto out.Highly \
The Second District pleased with Peterson'swin
The Lunch Bunch will meet Fri- stretching by some incumbents. .
Grant's 1687. returns Cev.tMartinez
Complete from eastern Clay County almost to as well as that of Chiles for
day noon, Nov. 9, in the Chiles shut down the Martinez
from the district showed Peterson
Presbyterian Church FellowshipHall Panama City, Is 85 percent Governor Union County Sheriff dream of becoming the first R..2,468 43%
with votes to for Grant.
102,019 ; 76,963 Democratic. The national committees Jerry WhItehead said that he warn-
for a covered dish luncheon., Republican governor to be re- Chiles, D.. 3,241 57%
Bring a dish and a friend, and en- of both parties viewed this race ed Grant two years ago that he was elected to a second term. It was a
joy the fellowship and good singing. Peterson's victory In the as highly Important as a signal to making a mistake by switching par- bitter disappointment to the incum- Secretary of Stgtel
widespread Second District was a other officeholders who might be ties in a district that is 85 percent bent governor though he graciously Smith, R. 2,985 54%
Volleyball Tournament... decided upset since the Marianna considering a party switch In view of Democratic. He said that Grant was conceded defeat and promised to
The region III-3A CHAMPION businessman educator and retired the state's Republican trend in recent obviously overcome by the perceived work for a smooth changeover in ad- Winter, D. 2,548 46%
TORNADO VOLLEYBALL TEAM Air Force officer, entered the race years. Republican roll at that time. ministrations. Comptroller

will host the region IV-3A cham- with little or no name recognition, As Peterson's campaign The Gainesville Sun quoted one Chiles' victory is also expected to Comstock R.I ,368 25%
pion, Tampa Plant High School, in and a campaign funded on a shoestr- strengthened in recent months his Levy County voter as saying of slow down or even reverse the trend ,
a Section II-3A championship ing basis. funding improved with some help Peterson "He did his time ((6\4 toward Republicanism in Florida Lewis, D.4,123 75%
match here in Starke Friday Grant on the other hand,was wellfinanced from the national and state party years) in that POW prison in Viet- during the past few years. His appointments T'ou..ln.. Comm.iGallagher
night Nov 9. and had strong support headquarters. In his personal appearances nam and we owe him any job he to government positions
Game time is 7 p.m. at the Tor- from the White House and National throughout the district he wants now." Another said 'If he as well as community boards, will R.2,897 52%

nado Gym. Come out and supportthe GOP Committee fighting to preventa denounced Grant's party switch could get through Vietnam like me doubtless be Democratic, as Mar- Stuart, D. 2,635 48%
guOs. Admission: $3, set by the loss of the Second District seat, after re-election as a Democrat, and come back with his head on tinez's were Republican. In view of
state gained when Grant switched parties calling it "a disgrace". His election straight they aren't going to get him his campaign statements however, Commliiloner of duration!
In 1988 Grant benefitted from fund- catch phrase became, "They won't all turned around hi Washington like Chiles' appointments may show Kirk, R..1,525 27%

Car Wash... raisers staged-: in Florida with PreslCasliins change me in Washington". ., which they did to Grant." more consideration of minority Castor, D..4.040 73%

The Lawtey 4H club will sponsora groups and women than were thoseof
car wash Saturday Nov. 10, on the incumbent.The Commissioner of Agriculture!
the parking lot of the CommunityState Wins 2-1 Over Rosierby Chiles/Martinez race was also Branson, R. 1 ,899 36%
being watched with intense interest
Bank, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
D.3,450 64 .
bv then WhltP House due to the up- ,
Food. Incumbent E.L.Nook) Normanwas Rosier a Democrat as far back as
for .. Buster Rahn
Scouting eliminated in the first primary 1965 switched to the Republican
will distribute BCT: Staff Wra.rDemocrat frustrated and in 21 1990. in order
Local Boy Scouts by voters upset by party May to by-
bags this Saturday, Nov. 10, for the Arthur Gaskins Bradford County's budget deficits pass the crowded Democraticprimary. Brooker
"Scouting for Food" program. whomped Republican Marvin and special tax assesssments. Joe Contemplates I
with Rosier 2-to-l in the general election the other incumbent
Please fill the bags non- Riddick only
perishable foods and place outside Tuesday Nov. 6, to take the Dist. 2 commissioner running for re- In Bradford County where
county commission seat lost by E. L. Democrats outnumber Eliminating Mayor's Post
your door before 7 a.m. the follow- election was also ousted this year Republicans
Ing Saturday Nov. 17. Norman in the first primary. by Santa Fe Lake resident John 6 to 1,a candidate on the Republican -

The food will be'used by the Rosier 487 33% Anderson. ticket has to overcome long odds. by Marcia Goodge ou tby a regular council memberand
Bradford Ecumenical Ministries . In the second Democratic After the votes were counted the additional salary paid the
during the upcoming holidays Gaskins. 987 67% primary Arthur Gaskins defeated Rosier said he believes he could BCT Staff Writer mayor can be saved the council Is
have Brooker Council wants to
taken the seat if he had The
and Christmas. agriculture school teacher remained -
Thanksgiving Norman had held the seat for 12 in the Democratic amend the town charter to abolishthe asking citizens of Brooker to come
Alvarez would be"doubledlpplng" party
Alvarez saying out to the special election and vote to
years, but trailed in the first! position of mayor.
LB Singles... by drawing
primary with only 104 votes. teacher's and "I think there is a real anti- Amending the charter requiresthat abolish the position of mayor.
Dancing and Socializing Saturday, When the 1990 election campaign salary Republican sentiment nationwideand the people vote to do so. A The mayor's position was broughtto
the attention of the council
Nov. 11 8-12 p.m. In the Lake began four Bradford native sons, Gaskins and Rosier met in the statewide right now. This was a special vote has been set for Tuesday two when former some
Butler Community Center. Casual with large families and roots going a general election for the first time clean campaign, and I have no ,Nov. 27,from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.at Blake years Hamilton ago found to be mayor
,: or dress, BYCB and listen to the long way back in the county threw with Gaskins on the Democratic regrets. The voters chose a good the town hall. was ser-
WHEELZ Band.. hats into the Dist. 2 political ring. ticket and Rosier running on the man..." Rosier told The GainesvilleSun Since the council maintains that
All singles over age 25 welcome. Only one could win. Republican ticket. Tuesday night. the duties of mayor can be carriedIn (See Brooker...p.2A)
Donations,,members $4 others $5.

UMW Bazaar... Increase Mulled Starke Commissioned .

]4' United Methodist Women will Utility... Deposit Being By
hold an annual church bazaar -
Wednesday and Thursday Nov. By Buster Rohn take a look at increasing the depositas mendatlon when Clerk Wise sug- poles as soon as they are found by for running water to the MH park

14-15 offering a wide variety of BCT Staff Writer. a means for reducing losses,Wise gests a firm figure. city workmen. The city was non-committal on the
Weldon said John Odom who
gifts and crafts in Fellowship Hall. City Clerk Linda Wise told the city said. III request.
has received build
Soup, Chill, drinks and desserts' council Tuesday, Nov. 6, that Starke Commissioner Travis Woods told city approval to
will be available during bazaar has not raised its residential utility Wise he will support any amount her Signs Not Allowed... Olivia Estates a mobile home parkon
Weldon Road has decided to walt Code Enforcement...
office recommends. City Operations Bill
hours for a $3 donation. Sandwichesand deposits for several years, and may Manager
for extend lines in
the to water
Weldon said city Woods appointed Brenda Alvarez
extra desserts will also be wish to consider an increase. numerous political
signs have appeared 1991, rather than going ahead with and Eugene Lafeet to the Code En-
available. Thursday only. The current required residential Mayor Ed Wall chairman of the on city utility
Bazaar hours, Wednesday 3-8 deposit is $111. Utilities Committee, said! he would poles hi recent days, and the city the project now paying for the project forcement Board and received coun-
p.m. ThW'llday.lla.m. to 2 p.m. In view of the amount of accounts like to see any raise in deposits effective hasn't taken them down this year, from personal funds. cil approval after-the-fact since
Everyone invited.Upcoming. receivable written off at the end of Jan. 1. but says Weldon in the next election Odom had asked the city to credit both individuals had been sworn in
the fiscal year, It may be time to The council will act on the recom- signs will be taken off city own- his impact fee against expenditures Thursday night.


,' coming Public weeks meetings are:scheduled In the D.O.C. Wants 6 Additional Correctional Officers For JailBy Offices ClosingFor

Dedication of city park on East Veteran's Day
Currently there are 14 correc- must be a female officer on the floor the earlier meeting Etheridge
Call Street, 10:30: a.m., Monday, Buster Rahn the commissioners County Clerk Norman
tional officers employed at the jail,. supported by Ray announced -
Nov. 12.School. acT: Stiff Writer five in the annex five men and four also.With existing staffing there Is no proposed building a second story the Courthouse will be
Board meets at 7 p.m., Sheriff Kenneth the booking to preclude pulling an closed Monday Nov. 12 for
Etheridge cryIng women In the main section of way to comply with those regulations room ,
Monday, Nov. 12.1 in the Administration the blues about jail staffing, tell jail, two cooks, plus Lt. Ray Hunt says Li. Hunt.. officer off the second floor to book incoming Veteran's Day. t
ing commissioners he Is under ex- the Jail administrator. inmates. The Starke city hall will also b& ,
Raiford Council meets at 7 p.m., treme pressure by the Departmentof Inspector Earl Stanley met with Stanley agreed to take the proposal closed.A
Monday Nov. 12 in City Hall. Corrections (DC) to increase the According DC, two'offlcers are Etheridge and the county commissioners back to the inspector general's dedication and memorial will, J
Brooker Council meets at 7:30 number of correctional: officers In required to handle close custody In- three weeks ago telling office for a response.At be held at 10 a.m. Monday, Nov.
'" p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 13, in City the jail to 19, not counting cooks and mates while transporting them to them the present ''number of the request of Sheriff 12, in Veteran's Memorial Park,
Hall. other support personnel. court; medical and employees does not meet minimum Etheridge Commission Chairman on East Call Street.
Hampton Council meets at 7 It would mean hiring six more correctional elsewhere. Is standards for staffing the Jail and Maxie Carter Jr., assigned Commls- The local American Legion
p.m.,Tuesday, Nov.13, in City officers costing some required to have an officer on the se- more officers must be added, including Post will participate in the ser
nail. 125,000 per year in additional funding cond floor 24 hour per day. When a female custodial officer (See ... ) vices.I .
Etheridge said. female Inmates are housed, there when females are incarcerated.

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Bradford Zoning Board Agonizes Over Horse Boarding Issue and Other Weighty Matters


By Buita Rahn In the end, a compromise was iustment (BCBoA), which will hear and the other to allow one horse on Stallings said Thompson knew said, "I love bones and I'd like to
iCT Staff Write* reached in which the zoning board the request for a special exception at three lots owned by himself. The about the restrictions to keeping vote for the special exception but as
The Bradford County Zoning agreed to recommend homeownerJack Its next regular meeting, Tuesday seven lots are contiguous to Cypress horses in the residential area priorto the law Is now written,it re.l\y Isn't
Board spent an agonizing hour Mon- Thompson be allowed to keep new. 27. J Avenue in the subdivision near buying property in the subdivi right.I'd like to see the law changed,
day, Nov. 5, trying to appease a two of the three horses he owns for a County Attorney Bill Bessent advised Crystal Lake,southeast of Starke off sion. Thompson acknowledged he but the way the law reads,I would be
homeowner who wants to keep period of three years. the zoning board that it must SR-100. was aware of the restraint in the hesitant to recommend the special
horses in Crystal Lake Homesltes The recommendation now goes to hold a "full scale" hearing on re- Thompson brought several sup- deed. exception." ? _i
and a group opposing the issue.:. : the Bradford; County Board of Ad- quests for special exceptions, and porters to the hearing and presenteda Zoning regulations allow horses, "Sheffield offered a compromise
make a recommendation to the petition with 41 names of subdivision but not other livestock, to be kept in motion to allow Thompson to keep
BCBoA just as though it is making residents who stated they do not residential areas with a special exception two horses for a period of three
the final decision, but the BCBoA oppose Thompson's keeping the ,but limits the number to two yea after which time he will haveto
isn't bound by the recommendationand three horses. horses on a one acre minimum either dispose of the horses or
Bask.tball may ignore anything the zoning Opposing the request for special parcel. Thompson interpreted the seek renewal of the special excep
A Baseball board says or conditions it may im- exceptions were John Montgomery, ordinance to mean two horses per
pose on the special exception.The president of the Crystal Lake Civic acre are allowable, and sought two tion.The motion carried 8-1, with Con
sari Football city zoning board Is not re- Association, and Everette Stallings, special exceptions since he owns ap- nelly dissenting.The .
quired to hold a full scale hearing or a resident of the area. proximately three acres. BCBoA is not bound by the
make a recommendation on special Montgomery presented a petition BCBoA member Frank Sheffield recommendation.In .
exceptions.The city regulations only with 43 names of residents who oppose understands the ordinance to mean a contested hearing 1-3 months
require the zoning board to confer the special exception. two horses may be kept on a parcel ago, attorney Bessent remarkedthat
WQwill be CLOSED on Friday November 30th and Saturday with the Starke Board of Adjustment Stallings and Montgomery asked regardless of size as long as the zoning decisions cannot be bas
December 1st. We will open Sunday, December 2nd from 1:005:30: : says Zoning Director Darrell the zoning maintaining continue its parcel contains one acre or more. ed on public opinion,removing sign
O'Neal. record of the status Stallings agrees with Sheffield's interpretation consideration by
150 S. Lawrence Keystone Heights 473-9261 Thompson entered two petitions, quo,and pointed out that horses contribute of the statute. zoning boards and boards of adjust
one to allow two horses on four lots to the "fly problem." BCBoA member Med Connelly ment.

Pecan Auction Set Today I

NotingWoman's ] First pecan auction of the fall Is Buyers must put up a $25 cash
set at 1 p.m. today (Thursday, deposit to be credited to their pur-
SECOND PUBLIC HEARING NOTICEThe Nov.8) at the Starke State Farmer a chase. The deposit will be refundedif
Market the does not purchase
on US-301N. buyer
Club... Pecans must be welghed-in bet anything. U a successful bidder fails
The Starke Woman's Club will ween 8 a.m. and noon the day of the to claim his purchase, the deposit
City of Hampton is applying to the Florida Department of Community hold a "meet and greet" luncheonat sale.A will be forfeited.

Affairs (DCA) for a grant under the Neighborhood Revitalization category in the noon,Wednesday Nov. 14. market fee of two cents per
Public Affairs Chairwoman Mar- pound to both the grower and buyer Growers are asked to use substantial -
amount of$375,000 under the Small Cities Community Develppment Block Grant Jorie Thompson will provide the will be charged by the market on all bags. Plastic trash bags, paper

(CDBG) Program. For each activity that is proposed, at least 60% of the funds director program of,featuring emergency Cliff medical Chapman ser, pecans handled. bags or boxes will not be accepted.from .

must benefit low to moderate income (LMI) persons. The activities, dollar amount vices. Brooker... ( page IA)
and estimated benefit to low and moderate income for which Each member is asked to attend election. The council did not
percentage persons and bring a prospective member. wing as mayor in the third year of a rear election.In .
the City is applying are: two year term. election, Ted
Gospel Sing... In late 1969, City Clerk Charlene the succeeding
office was
Bigham ran for the
Thomas found the two
mayor's year
The Souls Outreach Mission in term.
elected to the 199041
term had ended the
actually prior
Activity BudgetApproximate LMI % Hampton will sponsor a Gospel year and Hamilton should have run During the period last year when
Sing Nov. 17. the council
Saturday the office was vacant
for re-election the first of the year.
( ) Featured will Include without the
sinkers realized it could function
Hamilton he he
Water Facilities $183,350 above 60% "Joyful from Homerville, was in the middle explained of his thought two year mayor's position and the town could

Fire Hydrants 17,000 above 60% Ga.BHS term, rather than having completed save without the sacrificing$1,200 per year service salary to,
the term.
Street above 60% Football But... Brooker residents.The .
Inprovements 81,650 The council declared the seat vacant
A Greyhound type chartered bus In late 1988 and appointed Coun- council advised City Attorney
above 60%
Flood & Drainage 63,000 will be loading for the BHS-Tampa cil Chairman Gene Melvin to Johnny Hobbs to draw an ordinance
Administration 30,000 N/A Catholic football game. Friday assume mayoral duties until a new eliminating the position, subject to
afternoon, Nov. 23. Tickets are $10 mayor would be elected in theeJclll. favaorable balloting by residents.
Location: North area of City each.
This game is the first state play
... (from page 1 A)
off in class 3A football.
Region 2
There will be of businesses result of this
no displacement or as a
persons Call Wanda Prevatt, ph. 964-6800 sioner Wilbur Waters to work on jail The consultants will meet Nov.14,
grant, so no relocation assistance will be required. for further information. For more problems with the sheriff and his from 8:30 a.m. around 2 p.m.witha
fun, ride the bus. staff. select group of local officials In the
A Public Hearing to provide citizens an opportunity to comment on the county commission meeting room.

application will be held in the City Hall on Route 18, Hampton, Florida, on Baby Pagaant... Jail Study... The group will tour Bradfordcounty.

November 13, 1990, at 7:00 p.m. A copy of the application will be availablefor Ing"Beary a baby Special and beauty Kids"pageant is sponsor-at 2 Justice Consultants Department retained will by be in the Starke U.S. Thursday A community, Nov. IS,meeting from 9 a.m.is to set 4

review at the City Hall on Monday through Friday between the hours of Starke p.m., Saturday Elementary, Dec.School 1,at the Nov.justice 14-1S system to visit,with sheriff the criminal, com- p.m.Edwards In the National Road to Guard inform Armoryon the

9:00: a.m. to 4:00: p.m. The application will be submitted to the state on Cafeteria. mimssisoners, and Jail ad- public and get input concerning construction
Entry fees, $25 each, are used in ministrator to assist in planning a of a new Jail.
November 29, 1990 To obtain additional information concerning the purchasing various prizes, expenses new penal institution for Bradford There will be no cost to the tax-
application and the Public Hearing contact Clark, Roumelis and Associates, and awards. Net proceedswill Coun( payers of Bradford County for the
consultants visit,Lt. Hunt The
to the Starke Elementary The consultants are from the National says.
Inc., 1933 commonwealth Lane, Tallahassee, Florida 32303, Telephone (904) School.go Institution of Corrections based results and recommendations will
' -574-1574. Call Debra Norman, ph. 964-2229 in Boulder! Col.. be published at a future,dater,
f" or 964:884 for further information.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY;E; LO ijlAfflRM 1JY.ACTION ; Berry'Special Kids IS located 'Need An Electricianman ,I" 1 N
next to Mosley Tire Co. on US-301
south. call DAN WAINWRIGHT
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The Bradford second coed half explosion that put to rest worked because the combined teams demands of tougher competition.For one toss-up question to answer that a seems to be the cornerstone for success -
team used a 160 point any upset aspirations the visitors for : some teams that mmns anticipating "red in morning" was a "sailor's in this competition.We're going
coring bings to avert an upeet by might have entertained. day on bonus q i a.percent the questions warning."Joel Caren was 4-for-6 In to have to get better.Right now!that
Femandina Beach, defeating the The vanity pushed Its win streak The varsity had Its best bonus others, scoring a higher percentage a supporting role. According to potentially could be our 'Achilles
Pirate 244-118 In the BUS media to six tying the school's all-time question score this year, 15 for 18 of bonuses may be a key. But more Coach Stanley Crawford. "Joel's .
center Tuesday.Saber winning streak set by the 198947rteam. 83.3 percent Crawford laid "We, importantly, you've got to play with success was a surprise because he
Bradford beat High 1682 For the day. Captain Michael have only one regular season opponent your head,not your emotions in the has been struggling of late." As for Upcoming...
last Tuesday. The two wins extend .Becker and Joel Caren shared scoring left and It's about time we extreme pressure of the competition. the Blow start Coach Crawford Bradford 6-0 Is on the road next
the season record to to. honors approximately splitting dominated on bonus qhs Iona. I've' ." believes that the team was a bit Tuesday Nov. 13, at Class SA Columbia -
The senior Tornadoes fell behind IS correct toss-ups. always felt that we had the potential over-confident, coming on the heels High.
by as many M 24 points in the first The wins clinched a conference and I think today proves it. But, the Baker Match... of the big win over Class 5A Orange Much Is on the line at Lake City.
half, took a point lead Just before playoff spot for the Tornado varsity team needed confidence: in that A strong second half propelled the Park.. This High-Q team has a chance to:
the break, then again dropped and virtually locked up a postseason phase of its game." Bradford Tornado High-Q team to a 1) Finish the regular season
behind the visitors by 12 early berth for the Junior Tor- The Junior High-Q team built an 169-62 victory over Baker County The Tornadoes made some Improvement unbeaten the school's first ever; 2))
in the second stanza Moro they nadoes who upped their season early 50 point lead against the last Tuesday Oct. 30: on bonus questions from win their 7th consecutive game
woke up in the midst of this record to H.Statistically. visitors from Nassau County,allow- Leading only 80-73 against winless the previous outing.Coach Crawfordis establishing a new High-Q record
academic dogfight. Becker was .0111, ing them to take an 8 point second Baker County the Tornado Hlgh-Q as perplexed as the team as to the and most importantly 3) garner the
Down 98-M. the vanity scored 90 72.7 percent on his toss-up ques half lead before finishing the match team now S-9, scored the first 17 No. 1 seeding for the North Florida
unanswered point enroute to the tions. Joel Caren was 7 for 9. 77.8 with a 30 point run that secured the points of the second half enroute to Hlgh-Q Conferene Championship
160-37 run that carried the0 Tor- percent.According to Coach Stanley win. Captain Ethan Caren. was 5 of 8 an 89-7 run that sealed the victory. solution to this important aspect of Tournaments, the most importantevent
nadoes to victory Crawford, Caren was used exten- in leading the JV.... to their fifth The JV got back into the win column the competition. I thoroughly on the schedule short of the
The JV,5-1,recorded their second sively during thin match for two win in six starts. besting Baker 100-80, and pect every team to be improved by state tournament. .
win in a row winning 122-100. reasons: 1) his early-season slump Coach Stanley Crawford like most pushed their record to 4-1 for the the time we get to the tournamentthat The N. Florida High-Q Conference -
After the 5 minute respite Joel appears to be over and 2) the coach coaches still sees need for improve-- season. decides the conference cham- Tournament is set Nov. 1:1.
Caren and Matt Eunice responded felt Caren might help the team get ment. "Teams that win championships Captain Michael Becker was pionship. Championship teams of probably at Interlachen but the sites
accurately on three of their next four over its. recent bonus question must be able to raise the level lO-for-17 or M.8 percent on his tossup the past have posted high percen- not firmed up yet, said Coach I
toss-up questions Igniting the se miseries. The strategy apparently of their game to meet the new questions.. Becker interrupted tages on bonus questions and this Crawford. I

I Strong Files Complaint Against Chief Jordan Alleging Attempted Restriction of Voting Rights .

Joe Robert Scott and the City Councilwas names of Willie and Paulette Strong they have voted in "the city elee- letter states. Legal action was also Lawtey,certified by Secretary of
y CissyKT read by City Clerk Earl Barber from the voter list because they tons for the list 28 to 30 yearn."and threatened if the situatuion is not State and dated in 1978 does not include -
Staff Writer protests actions by Chief of Police "didn't live in the city of Lawtey." can't understand why they need to resolved.A part of the present city in its
A protest for having their two M.M. Jordan to have the names Mrs.Flynn could only request new renew their voter registration. counter charge was brought that description.
children removed from the voting removed from the Lawtey voter application cards be submitted to "We feel that Chief Jordan has Chief Jordan and his brother Elbert
list was made to the City Commis- registration list. The Strange claim her to show where the residence is ov".teppedhisauthnritv....We feel who is a member of the Lawtey City According to city attorney Johnny
sion of Lawtey Nov. 8 by Willie and that Chief Jordan went to the officeof located but can not summarily our v trng stare being Council may not live within the city Hobbs the City Charter takes precedent -
Paulette Strong.A Jeneva Flynn supervisor of elec: remove names from the list, accortampered with and violated and we limits.A over any earlier description of
letter artrfrenned to MayorBy tions and asked her to remove the ding to the letter. The Strongs say want I it stopped immediately," theJim revised charter for the City of the city limits.

I Cheif Epps Car Auction A Bust

Staff Writer odemeter.Minimum acceptable bid,
Starke Chief of Police Jimmy $5,000. It also was "no sated" by AID CENTERWILL
Epps failed to get a single bid on Auctioneer Epps. :
"three vehicles seized from drug Chief Epps said the cars were offered BE AT
dealers and offered for sale in a for sale to enhance the Police '
public auction Wednesday Nov. 7. Department budget.Money from the MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE
sale of forfeited vehicles into
The three vehicles include: goes x
A 1963 Ford 4 wheel drive pick-up the agency's budget for equipmentnot 127 E.Call Strtct
truck with good tires. It is a good provided for in the operating On the second Wednesday of each month
looking vehicle, except for a half budget.The revenue cannot be spent
dozen bullet holes or dents where for salaries or normal operating ex : 1:303:30
bullets hit but did not penetrate.The penses. t' l lY lf li lr lw p.m.
Police Department had set a $1 500 Chief Epps said the Police Depart-
minimum bid on the truck and failed ment needs a 4 wheel drive truck FREE HEARING TEST
to get a bid. and may keep the pick-up truck for .
A 1977 Chrysler 4 door sedan use in searching woods and swamps SALES SERVICE REPAIRS BATTERIES
clean good paint,good tires and andan where conventional vehicles cannot
expensive stereo system. It also operate.
has what was probably the largest The Chrysler could be used as an
engine Chrysler built in those low- undercover carl since it can out run
anything the lee Department now
price gasoline days. has but buying gas for the big lynch Sr.Vice President of
The minimum price of$800 set bythe
Police Department was not of- engine could "bust the budget." Veteran Service Officer 9th ANNUAL'Downtown
fered by the dozen or so spectators Chief Epps says his office needs a Association presents1 plaque to Mr.
nice car and plans to keep the Lin- Bill Haas for 15
the auction.A yean loyal u
attending 1963' Signature Series Lincoln coln for himself. service. ,GP:W x e 'j W: ; [1? }taff: 6 lm\\: j l t m
Town Car, extra clean inside and Epps says he isn't going to take up
out with 10,363 miles showing on the' auctioneering for a living.

I Firemen Save Fire Victims Life City Considers FestivaC

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tlons of two firefighers, Lt. Gerald that the victim had probably HouseLot
Waters and Fireman Bryan smoke. FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY
Stephens in saving the life of an un- "The two officers directed their
named victim of a car fire in the ear- attention to maintaining an open airway By Butter Rahn November 9th, 10th & 11th
ly morning hours of Sunday Oct. 28. in the patient and used an airway KT Staff Writer
Starko Police Officer KennethHinds bagging device to assist City Operations Manager Bill On The Community Plaza
was also on the scene and par- respiration of the patient. Weldon proposed the City of Starke .
ticipated In the life saving effort. "The two firefighters Waters and purchase the house and lot at 212Redgrave & Downtown Streets
Stephens used skills! taught in an Street from Mrs. Lillian
Harriet's Report... EMT class to render life-saving aid Pearson, Tuesday, Nov. 6, during a JOIN AMERICAN MUSIC NIGHT
"A call was received from the to the victim until rescue personnel council meeting.The .
Bradford Central Dispatching arrived to provide advanced life sup- property is south of.and adja- THE November 9th (from 7 until midnight)
Center at 4:17: a.m., Sunday, Oct. 28 port procedures."The cent to the city owned Call Street
on a slgnal-23 (car fire) in the patient was transported to a Substation west of Alligator Creek. FESTIVITIES FREE ON THE PLAZA STAGE
Burger King parking lot on US-301S. Gainesville Hospital by Bradford Weldon says there will be a need to
Emergency vehicle Squad-5 man- Rescue Unit with his condition enlarge the substation within the FESTIVAL & ART SHOW
ned by Waters and Stephens respon- much improved than originally next 5-10 years. Acquisition of the
ed to the call leaving firefighter found although still critical."I property will be advantageous to the November 10th (from 9 until 5))
Joey Knapp and Chief Hardee feel the advanced training of city since property isn't normally
standing-fey at the fire station. these men helped make a differencein avaflablewhen needed and condemnation I i' November 11th (from 10 until 5)ALACHUA
"Squad 5 arrived on the scene at saving the victim's life." is more expensive as a
4:19 a.m.Stephens attacked the fire Lt. Waters Is a certified Emergency general rule. Relocation of the
knocking it down and close to extinguishing Medical Technician: and Stephensis substation would be prohibitive.The t-
it. Lt.Waters opened the a student, taking the course on his parcel, approximately 210 ft. GENERAL HOSPITALSponsored (
car's door on the driver's side and own time. by 210 ft. (1 acre),with a 2,000 sq.ft.
found a while male occupant Weldon says, "It should be noted 3 bedroom 3 bath house,Is.availableto By
slumped In the rear seat on the left that the City of Starke's firefighterJob the city for$63,000. AN All IMA 11 01 S/KNTAFcHCALlllCARi:
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Tuesday's election proved anything, it was time to leave the Senate. But his -- -
it proved once and for all that unlimited efforts to get the deficit reduced
yeoman Between like such
June 1967, and March 1968. race 58.QOO names do not seem a vast number
money, negative advertising, and insure even against overwhelming odds Governor riots In Detroit. Michigan, and Newark, New Jersey, until you see each one etched Into the stone and
the President's coattails cannot his constituents
as would leave 69 people dead, the Boston Strangler realize each carries its own history with loved ones
election or re-election to office. You'vealso that he is a fiscal conservative and willbe
would be sentenced to life In prison, North Korea left behind. One small wreath at the wall displayed a
to sincerity by being to reduce the Florida deficiton
got working
prove your would seize the USS Pueblo holding 82 crewmen card which read "Craig, The North Branch Class of
and not TV image. their behalf.
yourself just a
hostage, North Vietnam would launch Its Tet 1965 remembers you today."
Lawton Chiles is not your "typical Chiles' disappointment was heightened Offensive, and President Lyndon Johnson would
politician", and therein lies his success. because budget reform, and political announce his decision not to seek re-election. Perhaps U.S. Intervention In Vietnam was wrong,
The people trust him, and throughout his reform, including exhorbitant campaign During that same nine month span three young perhaps It wasnt. The act of these men responding
career, he has made every effort to prove spending, had been the hallmark of his local men would lose their lives In Vietnam In a lawfully to their country cannot be questioned.
himself deserving of that trust. entire political career. To begin with, In conflict which remains controversial today: RobertM. Maybe death In combat Is not glorious, but

His unique political career started the Florida legislature, he had fought fora Nail June 8, 1967; Charles R. Crews November faithfulness and loyalty certainly are. As we
thirty-two years ago when he launchedhis more open Legislature, under the Sun- 20 1967; and James G. Blackshear March 17, remember our fallen this Veteran's Day of all of
unorthodox campaign style to unseata shine Act, and later in the U.S. Senate he 1968. Americas conflicts. it Is Imoortant to ha ramlndari

veteran Florida House member in his pushed successfully for the first financial these people were not only soldiers but family
native Polk County. His wife and he pulled disclosure laws in Congress. He, himself, Starke was a smaller place In the mid-sixties, but it members, friends, and most Importantly fellow
it off by knockm on doors-the tradi- is a former tax lawyer and his expertisein was home to these three. Jimmy Blackshear and Americans. We have the freedom to oppose our
tional way of campaigning before the TV this field should be invaluable in retur- Richard Crews both played football for Bradford government's actions because of the sacrifices
took over politics with negative ads. ning some fiscal responsibility to the High on the 1965 State Championship team. All made by American servicemen over the past two
Florida Legislature.He three men are remembered by their families as fine centuries.
His next step-or rather"walk"- to sons, and faithful
Americans who responded to
the U.S. Senate in 1970,when he made his sought to reduce the number of their country's call, although many chose to oppose Recent events In the middle-east have rekindledold
name a household word with a thousand- pork-barrel projects that were tacked on- -
U.S. foreign policy. fears of the Vietnam era. Veterans of that
mile walk from one end of Florida to the to the budget every year, and are still be- conflict now have sons who would see action
other, shaking hands and winning voteson ing tacked on shamefully: in the new Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nail, Mr. and Mrs. Charles should hostilities erupt. Would the American
the grassroots level, financing his budget compromise, in spite of the $260 Crews, and Mrs. James Blackshear collectivelyagree servicemen and women of today suffer the public
campaign with contributions not to ex- billion deficit still looming this year. that U.S. Intervention In Southeast Asia was a ridicule of yesterday?Mrs. Blackshear feels another

ceed! $10 per person.He As bad as the present budget deficit is mistake, and the Indecisive method In which the Vietnam could occur and she would advise a parentof
at the present time, it would be much military was utilized multiplied the tragedy. Their a serviceman today to "pray diligently for
served his time as a low-key worse without some of the reforms that sons grew up In a time of great civil disobedience strength and courage because what else can you
newcomer in the Senate, but was soon Chiles helped create, while he was still in yet proved themselves true Americans only to pay do?"
recognized for his high principles and the Senate. Florida can certainly use a the ultimate price. In spite of their loss, the families
dogged determination. After the man of Chiles' experience and expertiseto remain proud of their sons for the courageous effort A marble wall bearing the names of lost friends
stockmarket crash in 1987, Chiles saw an work its way out of the State's present they made In the cause of freedom, that same and relatives Is small tribute In comparison to the
opportunity and began pushing to cut the financial crisis.In freedom which allowed others to question American sacrifice made by these American men and womenin
federal budget deficit by a combination of Involvement In Vietnam. the face of domestic scorn. The wall remains an
spending cuts and tax increases. These addition to financial acumen, Chiles enduring legacy to the turmoil of those times, a
measures were bitter medicinetoo has deep convictions in many other areas Twenty-two years later the names of Bobby Nail, healing scar upon the American soul. But It says a
bitterfor the White House and the Con- that will stand Florida in good stead dur- Richard Crews, and Jimmy Blackshear adorn the great deal about the patriotic dedication of these
gress to take, and Chiles' efforts were un- ing the coming years of continued long black marble wall of the Vietnam Veteran's fallen comrades that the Vietnam Memorial stands
successful. Had he succeeded then, the growth. He is an honored environmen- Memorial In Washington, D.C. Visitors to the wall within shouting distance of the Lincoln Memorial/,
budget debacle just experienced would talist and a champion of the national experience an unusual quietness in contrast to the within a short walk of the Washington Memorial,
probably have been averted. movement to reduce America's shameful urban surroundings. Most appear to talk In within sight of the Jefferson Memorial and United
infant-mortality rate. whispers, In honor of the dead. Approximately States Capitol and a long way from Vietnam.
Finally, Chiles became senior member IT"\
and chairman of the Senate Budget Committees While still in Congress he addressed the
and he tried to revive his painful need for research on Alzheimer's Disease rf
remedies for reducing the deficit, but which has already claimed almost three
President Reagan, like President Bush million Americans as its victims, senten- -
refused to listen to a plan that includedtax cing them and their families to years of
hikes (especially on the misery as serious as victims of AIDS.
any cuts in astronomical defense While in the Senate, Chiles recommended

budgets.By that $90 million be targeted in 1988 for .. ',".',: ",,t ..,, A Day to Remember 'I''I.'!
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$200 million and became a major reason this field, however;since he left Con-

for the shakey financial markets on Wall gress. New Maxville DuPont Plant Put on Hold

Street. Chiles saw another opportunity to
strike while the iron was hot and succeeded Before resigning from the Senate at the For One Year Due to Economic Slowdown
in getting Congress and Reagan to end of his term in 1988 Chiles
agree to a summit. Chiles was praised for said:"There is a time for everything, andsoon
his tireless work in organizing the sum- I will take off my walking shoes and Target date for starting up the Du- sian Gulf,he added.In floating the new wet mill for the Max-
mit, even by Republican Senator Bob begin spending more time with my fami- Pont Company's proposed new heavy the meanwhile, however, land yule operation.In .
Dole who said: '"Lawton Chiles, in his ly. I know there is something else out mineral mine near Maxville has been preparation work is still ongoing the spite of the economic downturn,
own downhome, unpretentious way, has there for me, but I can't really find out rolled back Don a year Luebke due to the weakening of Du- 7200-acre mining site, which includes Luebke said that 230 tons of ilmen.to
economy manager tracts in four counties, Baker Brad-
left his mark, not only on the Senate but what it is until I end my term in the Pont's Florida plants, said this week. ford, Clay, and Duval. Clearing, and were the mined last year for a new record
over 200-ton In the early
on the fiscal policies of this country, for Senate. Previously scheduled to start up in establishment of the necessary pond years of mining, the average output
years to come." the first quarter of 1992, the goal Is now systems with dikes is now 7$ percent wu 100 tons annually.
Little did Chiles know said. complete on the site bordering the westside
then that the first quarter of 1903,Luebke
But again, there was a stalemate bet- of U.S. 301 with its intersection
During this transition Du-
for him period
the"Something waiting economic conditions in
ween Congress and the President who Unpredictable with Highway 218.
Pont's employment has held steadily at
would be the Governorship of this beloved world markets have triggered the one- .
refused to make deeper cuts in the State of Florida. But he will be equal to year moratorium,Luebke said. Market Luebke said a hold order had been an average of 250 employees and is not
deficit, even in the face of a stock market conditions have been further complicated placed on the new dredge, but work is expected to experience any changes
crash, and Chilestired from years of be the Florida's challenge, and Washington's loss will by threats of war in the Per- still progressing on pontoons for use in while awaiting opening the new plant.

frustrating, and hopeless effort, decided gain.

I Veterans Day 1990 Lettersto
the thanks tor a birthday card sent to

Editor him"Hey: gang-I got the birthday card Lake Brooklyn
Americans set aside one day each yearto that far away desert region shows that y'all sent,and it was right on time It Final Report
honor all those who have served this military service is never easy, but they feels good to know that y'all are Due Nov. 15thA
nation in uniform. Once known as Ar- are determined to serve under adversity thinking about me.
"Well) It is hot over here and there
mistice Day, it is now designated as which we salute on November 11. Southsidera Get
is a lot of sand,and very water. final report by the St. Johns
Veterans Day and is still held on More than a decade ago, an act of the Letters from The hardest thing to deal with right Management District on the causes of
November 11, the 11th day of the 11th Government changed the date of all Saudi Arabia now is boredom."I low water levels in Lake Brooklyn will
month when the Armistice was actually Tetstone's class at got your package today and it be made at the Keystone Heights City
the btuoenU
signed, signaling the end of bloodshed in holidays except Fourth of July, so Southside: m Joy School have was great! I can really use the Hall at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15.
would fall Elementary
on in order to
they Monday, calendar to count the days until I will be
World War I. been writing letters to Servicemenin Reporting on their finding
have long three-day weekends. But Saudi Arabia and have received come home. ** hydrological engineers from the
The uneasy peace after that Veterans organizations objected to some interesting responses. The "Well,guys and girls,I want to tell university of Florida and staff
memorable event was hard-won by those changing Armistice Day from the exact following) are excerpts from letters you about something that happenedto members of SJRWMD.
who fought in the trenches of Europe. date on which it actually occurred. Aftera written by David Barnes now serving me the other day.We were driving Edwina Moody of Brooklyn Bay,who
Since then, American service men and prolonged effort of more than ten years, with the Army, expressing through a little town, and all along monitors rainfall In the area reports
women have been sent around the worldto the veterans finally won the fight, and the the sides of the road were kids about 7.03 inches of rain month ,man-
the same age as you all. They were Ing it the wettest an otherwisesubnormal
where liber-
in countries
defend liberty November 11 date
was restored under the waving American flags at us., and rainfall Ms. Moody
ty was threatened.This name of Veterans Day.In The Telegraph'sLetter there were big smiles on their races."All that the lake year.level rose about
Veterans will have add- this of Policy I looked at these children I three inches following a heavy rain on
:year, day year 1990, when talk of possible could see in their eyes the security October 21 but has receded again to its
ed significance, with many thousands of war with Iraq has many Americans they all felt, knowing that we new historic: low of 4.74..
American troops, both men and women, troubled over the threat of again losing Leuen to the Editor should be typed(or Americans were here! and that we ,.. -
now deployed in the Persian Gulf regionon the lives of thousands of young Americanmen plainly written),doublefpeced between were going to protect them and their
Ikr...end United lo BOI more than two families and homes.
a mission to help defend Saudi Arabia and women, there can be no better ."I want to tell that made me
from hostile forces. In the tradition of way to spend Sunday, November 11. than P"I"AU leuen must be pod( end include the feel so proud to be an American,and
American citizen soldiers, volunteer reflecting on the sacrifices mace by wriWi add,..,and phone number. to know that as long as America is
member of the Reserves and the National brave service men and women in past Uniicned fatten win. not bt primed,but what it Is today, that you kids would
Guard, are again setting aside their wars, and in prayer that never will they wines wDl be withheld upon rajueM in. never have another to worry about someone
from country trying tode.troy
careers and postponing their futures to be called upon to make such sacrifices exception MM homes and:
your your
All letten should be oaa-dcfemaiory.end .
answer a call to duty. Their presence. .in again. be families.
.. tuumenu eaaeeralnf lIlY parson mun "What I am trying to say to-be
-' factual end provable' fa order to protect the
proud that you are Americans, and
writer end the ntwipapar from poaiOjleliwiulu. never take for granted the American
BRADFORD flag) or what stands for, because
COt; > Letten of rapport or non-nfipon of any there...people all around the world
y political candidate. must be bated on pecifie who would give anything to be able Have you eat the date yei?Nearly
:'R atiligr l1 issue of public concern,end not oa pcnonat to say, I am an American." 0,0 40. million Americans have quit
: friambhlp or icIaitauUp.Letton S David friend smoking since the mid 1960.
of thanks to tadividoalf or roupt .. ... 0
should be mailed directly to die person or
fj 9 BOB O.FERGUSON-JOHN M.MILLER orunizaUoo betas thanked In extraordinary
( :- Publishers ants fey Bey be pubUihed" ,but ahould not
o ,r OM Include long liU of Mlvtduel name
Published each Thursday and entered on Second Clan Matter at All letter ibould be eddnued to tetter ..
the Post Office at Stark.Florida under Act of March 3. 1 1879. to UK Editor.P.O.Drawer A,Starke, :

Phone 9646305R.O.Drawf Subscrt Non Rate In trade Area: 16.00 pew y.af:$9.00 ate" month Florida U/m./
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I I "> .. [School 'J\Tb. ... -j: : \. ...Hampton Elem.' Births ... ... _F'O.- .... ..... ... ... .....- ... .,.-
Student Council Elections
I "I. > were Maternal grandparents are Mr.

in held Grades Tuesday.-. morning Election results for students. ...Joshua E. Lawson and Mrs. Martin Duffy of Starke. .
I : were ; .,;fj
not in by deadline. time. Those Zail) E. and April R. Lawson of
students for"seat Starke the birth of ...David K. Duffy I.
';. running on the announce a son, .
t'/ Council Were: President -' Alicia Joshua Edward. Born on July 16 in David and Sandra Duffy of Hampton ., .'b- '
1 1I 1r
; Baker Lisa McClellan. Shaun Gainesville John weighed 7 lb. 7 oz. announce the birth of a son,
Muse; Vice President Marcus Af- Joshua joins Maternal grandparents David Kyle Duffy. Born on October
I fron,Denyse Edwards Anettle Gay Mr. and Mrs. Martin L Duffy 31 in Gainesville David weighed 9
Jassy Starling; Secretary Hope AT- of Starke. lb. 10 oz.
I chey Nikki Baker Susan Paternal grandparents are Mr. Maternal grandparents are Marvin
Parmenter; Treasurer Detria and Mrs. Elwood Hudelson of It Geneva Rogers of Brooker
Ford, John McMillan. A straw vote Starke. and Clinton Bonnie Bass of Hamp-

for the Governor of Florida totaled ...John D. Schafer ton. Great grandmother is Wilma
out to 54 percent for Bob Martinezand Boatright of Gainesville. +tP'Allan
I t t r 46 percent to Lawton Chiles. Mi1 and Mrs. John Schafer Jr. of Paternal grandparents are Martin

+ Sponsors for the Student Council are Starke announce the birth of a son I & Judy Duffy of KIngsley Lake.
Mrs. John David Schafer. Born on April
Blossom and Rick
,f Ezzell. Sprinkle 22 in Orange Park John weighed 8 ...Cassandra L. Davis

A sponsored an Ice cream party Ib. 11 oz.John Mr.and Mrs.Elmer B.Davis IV of t
for Mrs. Marshall's second grade joins Maternal grandparents Starke announce the birth of a
and Mrs. Kramig's sixth grade on Mr and Mrs. Martin L. Duffy of daughter Cassandra Lynn Davis. v
Starke. Born October 2 in Gainesville
Friday for the door decorating contest
\: for Red Ribbon Week. Paternal grandfather is John Cassandra weighed 6 Ibs. 6 oz. andwas McGill
Tomorrow First and Second Schafer of Starke. 18" long.Cassandra. I

grades will travel to the Florida ...Felicia Duffy joins Heather Renee 4. Gospel Soloist at 1
State Museum in Gainesville to see Maternal grandparents are Mr.
i Dlnomanla.Our Mr. and Mrs. Tom Duffy of and Mrs. Gene R. Murphy Sr. of Bible Baptist ChurchThe
iJ Thanksgiving Dinner date has Youngstown Ohio announce the Starke. Great grandmother is Mrs. Bible Baptist Church corner
J \ been changed from Nov. 20 to Nov. birth of a daughter Felicia Duffy. Martha Murphy of Williston. of Christian and Pratt St. ts havingan
16. Parents are requested to contact Born on August 12,Felicia weighed 7 Paternal grandmother is Mrs. international Gospel Singer for a
i the school by Nov. 13 if you plan to lb. 10 oz. Mary Lou Atwal of Starke. Christian Musical concert on Mon-
1 eat Thanksgiving Dinner with your Felicia joins sister Monica Uutiy.Engagements day night at 7:30 p.m. His name is

: Dixon Jenny Moore and Monica Wentt with replicas of Indian Villages child. Cost per adult will be $2. Allan McGill.
they made. A PT meeting will be Tuesday He is a baritone soloist and has

night attend.at 7 p.m. All parents are urgedto ... ... .... ....... recorded company on labels many and national according record to

Rev. Grayson McNeill! "is equal to

...Southslde Elem. ...S ayHuberMr. Squire Parsons In quality in singing
B.H.S. Freshman ...Bush-Hutchins and presenting the Gospel
Students In Miss George's. fourth grade class at Southalde Elem. made &: Mrs. William Seay an- "
replicas of Indian villages for a Social Studies assignment for the first six Wins Award Mr. &the Mrs. Coney J. Bush an- nounce the engagement of their The public Is Invited to attend this
nounce of their
weeks. Heather Bakken, Vanessa Bennett JohnneTla Hall, Regina Harr Heather Norton B.H.S. daughter Sharon engagement Elaine to Tony Hut- daughter Linda Seay, all of Starke special concert or any of the regular
John Lesesque. Angela Ray Robert Rodgers Jennifer Rountree Tiffany Freshman and daughter of Maxie to David Huber son of Mrs. Thelma services of the church.
i chins, son of Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Hut-
Shantel New Petitt of Smithtown NY and
Smith Sylvester Justin Thompson, Timmy Wrate and Matt and Jan Norton is a National Award ;
chins all of Starke.The wedding will
Splater the all participated in the assignment and displayed their villages in Winner of The United States be Nov. 18 at 3 p.m. at the Church of Mr. David M. Huber of Earleton Revival at Grace

library for-three days. Achievement Academy LTD., Lex- God of Prophecy in Starke. No local FL.The bride-elect graduated Brad- United Methodist

ington, Ky.Heather. invitations are being sent. All ford High School and is employed by Christ above all inviting and
won her award In the area you
.Calendar of
Events friends and relatives Invited to
In Kindergarten. They are Lee Anne of leadership. Mr. Frank Abdulla Union Correctional Instil. David at- your friends to attend evangelistic
Nov. 9 School attend.
TShirt.Nov.14Early- Spirit DayWear Dampier Bert Colston Valerie Col- Science teacher of Bradford Middle tended Santa Fe Community Collegeand services beginning Sunday Nov. 11
your burn Pam Thrift and Brenda School sponsored her. is employed by H.R.S. at 11:00: a.m. and 6:00: p.m. Also
at 1 Release-School out Hulsey. Heather's picture and biography ....BawekThornton.Mr. The wedding will be Nov. 17 at 3 Monday through Wednesday even
p.m.Nov.. 31-23 Happy November birthdays to our appears in the Academy's two National .- & Mrs. John J. Bawek an- p.m. at Sampson City Church of ings at 7:30: p.m.
Thanksgiving staff: Mr. Moore, Carolyn Canova, Awards Publication. The nounce the engagement of their God. The reception will follow at thebrideelect's Services are at Grace United I
Mary Beth Carter Sandra Duncan Brenda home. Methodist Church in Lawtey witgh
Nov. 27 -Picture Retakes publication yearbook is in the daughter Lynn Bawek to
...Shark NewsSouthside Margaret Boone and Ulysses Woods. Library of Congress in Washington, Donnie Thornton son of Donald D. Leo Lacy Evangelist.Arf11 .

Spirit TChirts are on Thornton, Sr, all)) of Starke.
D.C.The .
sale through our office. Please send United States achievement The bride-elect graduated from w
a check to Southside P.T.A. or cash academy was established in 1980 by the University of Florida and is ;
in an envelope with your child's ...Starke Elem. Dr. George Stevens.The academy is employed by the Gainesville Sun.
name on the front.A Picture retakes are Monday Nov. based in Lexington, Ky and since Donnie is employed by Jackson's I
big thanks to for 1980 has recognized over 3 million Building Supply(
everyone help S at 8:00: a.m. in the SES library.
birthday young people In the U.S. The wedding will be December 29
ing Mr. Moore to have a great Parents if you haven't ordered outstanding
and Extracur- at the Trinity Baptist Church in
on Nov.2. We sang Happy BIrth- your child's school' picture..
ricular Achievements. Keystone Heights.
day bought him a cake breakfast, remember that Nov. S is the last to
lunch and balloons. A special thanksto day (except for retakes). Make
Bradford Middle School --- ..... -- ... ... .
the following businesses: WEAG- checks payable to Starke Elem.
FM and Terry Vaughn. Jr. Food School. Book Fair '90 Gussie Phillips

:Marl Vito's Pizza.Bradford Family The Book Fair will return to Brad Celebrates 99th ir
Restaurant Sonny's Barbeque.Day's ford Middle School Nov. 12-16. Dur-
Gussie Phillips formerly of r
Inn and Ladybug Florist'Thanks
ing that time students will be able to
to those who decorated your ServicemenNavy books and- materials to Keystone Heights will be celebratingher
marquis to wish him a happy birth- purchase 99th birthday on Nov. 18. There
help basic skills.
Petty Officer 1st class develop will be a reception in her house at
day. A special thanks to Terry
very The will Includenew
Book Fair
.James W. Page son of Klmiyo Pageof display her
Vaughn at WEAG for his dedication the home of granddaughter's.Mrs. ,
Lawtey has reenlisted for 4 years books including classics fiction David Sunderland in
shown to Southslde in broadcastingour
,jyWJe serxing.aXftih Marine Corps biographies adventure stories, Gainesville between 7 to 9 "THE CREW"
news. tcMiio p.m.
science, nature crafts mystery and .
District Atlanta. rT"T
Welcome back Mrs. Corey! We Friends that would like to attend can

missed you during your illness and A 1978 graduate of Bradford!High reference books. call J7&958&.4r. .. .473A169.tor..direc-..., .
we're glad back. School Slarke he joined the Navy in All students parents and visitorsare tiont. "P' ._ '. "
your June 1978. invited to attend the fair.All profits
Southside has new part-time aides will be used for library books. ----

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I Starke I

i Festival of the i 1 \

Arts i iI"

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i Santa Fe Community College Andrew Center Centel-Cenbral Florida Telephone Co. ,
Santa Fe Community College E. L DuPont
Endowment Corporation Farmers Sc. Dealers Bank i
City of Starke Harks Ellington ConstructionSlckoBrsdford
County Chamber of Commerce Hillandale Farms i

= Bradford Hospital Sherrie Cunningham I
I Wiley Clark" < CarloynDyksterhouse-
Denmark Furniture Jim Duncan-Bradford School Board Superintendent I-
i First National Bank of Bradford County Cathlee Mozinske
Gray Flyim, D.M.D. SFCC Business Office
Ounce Irvine W. Harvey Sharron, Jr. k :

i=I Barbara Dr.Bernard Kirkpatrick McFaddin Memorial? Joan VOLUNTEERS.SuchorakiLmdTltleonnadonService : ii i icrX i I _

Noegel's Auto Sales 'J.. asaca Atwood > '
Boy Scouts 'I t i V 'R' '
Photography by Cathy WoUey '
i BUS Art Students ".v'i' '.
CR Smith..lr;C.P.A.PA. < II
Stake Amoco BHSROTCub i
i AI S Ie f me ill -
Ford Spanish Club -
Judith A.Waters Bradford Sheriffs Office 4)r., 4 I
i Patrick Welch Associates Laney Britt .
I roGet
AI K. Carlisle ,. Millie Caron .
; Brad Carter '
ii SPECIAL CREDITS: Melanie Coleman ii
Storybook Land Designed and \ Kevin Crawford i
i staffed by the Junior Women's Club Rob DeMul ,

JR.WOMEN'S CLUB Carolyn Eaves i j
i Gina Bennett : Girl Scout Cadets BUCKS"j:
Gloria Oillenwater
Lilly Burgess i a complete :

i Tammy Shilynn Clemons Chaff '. ..' Dome Donna Gruen Hamilton = up to $20 "BONUS

= Susan Crawford Christina Steve Hunter Jacks I Need a brake job? Get It using genuine NAPA Brake Parts during

,. I Susan Faulkner ;, : Col.OttePolice -- our limited-time promotion and get"BONUS BUCKS"worth 20%

i Susan April arcane Jackson ,''. .. .,..t : Explorer : of the retail cost of brake parts purchased! Use your 'BONUS NAP Brakes
Becki Jones i. .,\ Ronald Reagan BUCKS" in the future for any NAPA parts, or NAPA will send you
MaryLooney I' '' Sgt. Reno i a check for the 20X up to $20. You get a Lifetime Warranty too!
i SFCC Phi:Theta Kappa
Bailiff '
Tammy ,I Starke Police Dept. tNatcyThoas the service dealers listed below
Tammy JoTarum V' ", : i For details contact one of S? ,
pI Slarke Women Club r
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Limited Lifetime Warranty on parts purchased
'."' .; b Laurie Sprague .
-- DenUeWaddeULisa Trade Starling Lillian Stump i
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.t. = Paul Woodward i

1 I Ballon*and CW' idren's Entertainment: PLANNING COMMITTEE: =
by Billy Adam* '
= I Rick Sullivan Chairman I

I ENTERTAINERS: Carolyn Aucrey -- 'tt' .. wtlWnrr + }.
.JAnitaShyrehndAmanda: MedConnelly: ;} y. Gi
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Bradford Twirlers and Dancers Eddie Douglas <, -
'- Cajun Dave and the Bayou Self Band Jim Love I
1f'i r Clmss Act-SFCC Musical: Revue BeverlyMcOee .
-':: I Floridance.l. '. Linda ParIckh

= TUft Harvin .r' Jerry PatternLoma i
Ii Lake Area School of Dance'1. Reddish
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= J Silver Star Square Dancers PatSurkeweather i
I Stardust the Magician .. Cathy Wolley '*"'

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I I. Theatre Strike fcn;!. Gail Adams JJ." '. .;

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I Lynda Baker > \ ;

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= Dr. 'I 402 N.Temple Avenue Rt ( )
Hefty Sommdr ,. 528 S. Walnut Street
National/ Endowment fcr the Art Mi. Annette Rowe Florida 32091
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,.'A TELEGRAPH November,ItM
Stillwell-Langley Honored with Several Wedding ShowersMike

WeddingsSharpTenly ... .. --...--- ........... ............... couples
Sept. 28 a miscellaneous
Stilwell and Donna Langleywere Oct.t a miscellaneous/ shower was elect with a complete place settingof shower at the borne of Mrs. & Mrs.
Rowan-Mason honored recently with showers given by Maria Thomas Michelle her chosen pattern of china. Jim Henderson in Jacksonville was
given by family and friends. Sexton and Shilynn Chaff at Western Sept.29 a country theme was used hostessed by aunts of the bride-elect
To Wed. To Wed. Nov. 10 Oct. 11 a miscellaneous shower Steer. Donna received two sets of at the Vernon Reddish home where Mrs. Dave Chase Mrs. Ron Powell
Nov. 10 The wedding of Tracy Rown and hosted !by: Debbie Flynn and towels in a hand decorated basket the wedding party was honored at a Mrs. Mike Pease and Mrs. Henderson.
The wedding of Eileen Sharp and Daren Mason will be Saturday Nov. Michelle Flynn sister of the groom made by Shilynn. bar-b-que with everyone dressed in .Friends and relatives of the couple -
Dale Tenly will be Saturday Nov. 10 10 at 6:00 in the Carol Estates Baptist ,was given at Michelle's home.Using Sept 30 a shower was given by the western attire. grill was from the Jacksonville area were
at 7:30: at Reynolds Chapel.\. Camp Church in Gainesville. All Donna's chosen colon teal and women of First Presbyterian presented to the coupe by the hosts,
Blanding Military Installation with friends and relatives are Invited to peach bows and bells decorated the Church in Fellowship Hall. Mr. & Mrs. John A. Reddish Mr. & present.25 a lake party at the home of
reception to follow at the Officer's attend the wedding and reception party room. A photo album coveredIn Hostesses Mrs. Michael Sexton Mrs. Michael Sexton Mr. & Mrs. Mr.Aug.& Mrs. Harold Crawford
Club. All friends and relatives are following. satin and lace made by the Mrs. Johnnie Johnson Mrs. Jerry Johnnie Johnson and Mr. & Mrs. honored Mike and Donna. They
invited. hostesses, was presented as a Patton, Mrs. John Tye and Mrs.Larry Wayne Mcleod and Mr. Mrs. Vernon received a handcrafted wooden
momento of the-occasion.- .. Paterson presented the bride-_ Reddish. house with Stilwell painted on.it.
May 23 a surprise lingerie shower
was given Donna by co-workers at

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rUARTERS 4.a f ] _

Red, White

Prices In this Or Bluead

e Monday, SEEDED
Nov. 5 thru

Sunda Stacey McLendon
I Nov. 11, 1990
GRAPES McLendon graduates

College and Flight

SIRLOIN TIPS O Attendant School

Stacey McLendon daughter of
o Ann R. McLendon of Blowing Rockl
N.C. and the late Jim "Spanlcy"
C McLendon graduated from
American Airlines Flight Attendant
New Zealand Training School in Dallas Texas on
Extra Lean Fresh September 26.She has been assignedto
Kiwi Fruit . 41 Lb American-Eagle's Base in
Washington, D.C.
WHOLE PORK Stacey is the grand-daughter of

._ _, : ,_ __ Starke.Frances and "Mag" McLendon of

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Bridal Shower For

1 1 Bride-Elect Tracy RowanThe
Starke Church of God honored
28rJ" Tracy Rowan with a bridal shower
$ September given In the 6. Fellowship Hall on

/ The hall was gayly decorated in
pink and white with kitchen utensils
and pink bows. The gift table was
covered with white lace over pink
and centered with a Barbie Bride
Doll.The back wall featured a bridal
dress,veil and bouquet.The refresh-
ment table was white lace over pink
holding various finger.,foods_and
a punch. :
.., "' ... j The hostesses Stella Jflyner'Don-
na Bassett Barbara -
Tasty Kirkland and Inez Batten

Yellow Onions. . . 3 Lb. Bag .59 presented the bride-elect with a Mix
Master as a memento of the occa-

.sion...Another shower
Rowan was honored at a
shower at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Red Ripe Packaged C J.E. Denmark on Oct. 19. The
hostesses presented Tracy with a
corsage upon arrival. The refresh-
ment table was covered with an Ar-
my/Navy cloth with a blue
TOMATOES Lb. underliner and centered with a
Bride Doll. Among the guests were
Tracy's mother Mrs. Harriett Roy
. 0 and the groom elect's mother Mrs.
Terry Mason. The hostesses Betty
Sue and Allison Denmark and Janet

24 Oz. Butter/Maple 6.5 Oz. Lt. Chunk In Water 6 Pack Assorted Cholesterol & and with Amy various Jo Carter pieces presented of her selected Tracy

OF THE SEA TUNA/ Free N' flatware.

24 Oz. 2% Maple 6.125 Oz. Lt. Chunk In Water elect.A lingerie Tracy Rowan shower was for held the at bride-the

FOOD LION SYRUP STAR KIST TUNA home of Janelle Reese on Oct. 12.
M := A country theme setting was usedin
I 1 ,, the party room. The refreshmenttable
b" $ 9 was centered with a dried
9gc 59c < 17 floral arrangement pound cake coffee
: .
: ._ ; and punch.The ] presented
Tracy basket.with a triple heart potpourri


Large Roll Microwave 18 P Oz. Green Peas PoiybaO INibletiblets 8 Oz. Food Lion Honored Teresa Bassett
t lybcamucrGreen at ShowersTeresa
Designer Paper TowelsBOUNTY & Cheese/
Rlce-Broccoll-Cheese Frozen CREAM CHEESE Bassett Bride-elect, was
honored at a surprise lingerie
GREEN GIANT VEGETABLES shower on Oct. 16 at her home as sue
arrived home from school. The
house was decorated under the Big
69 C Bird Theme and various finger foods
79 99 were served. The hostesses Shana
; Cream Cheese Schmitt, Sarah Douglas and Kim
I.. .. Johnson presented Teresa with abug
bag of personal lingerie items.
_____ .
...Church of God Octets Shower __
8 Oz. Hostess 4 Oz. Beef-Bean-Red Chill/Beef-Bean-Graen Chill/ -
The Starke Church of god was the
Bean & Cheese Frozen setting for a bridal shower for
WHIP TOPPiNG. 2/ 99 S/.99 Teresa on Tuesday Oct. 23 in the
. . EL CHARRITO BURRITO. . Fellowship Hall.'. 0
The hostesses Stella Joyner;Ellen
Martin Pam Martin Joella Seay.
Terri Harrison, Joan Bennett andPaula
Miller Genuine Rhoden presented her with a
2 Utoc DM Paps! home-crafted wood garbage can as a
memento of the occasion.

Miller Lite Bud Lt
Tammie Woodard
Miller 39c Honored at Shower
Tammie Woodard was honored at
NR a baby shower on Oct.19 at the home
1129 CN 299 pk1 n IItII. ....F.aIrir ... .............. .n of Mrs. Suzette Townsend.
20-12 Os. Games were played by Tammie
/ 6 PK
/ 241 K 12 =- lgos ........................,........4.q and her guests. After opening her
Tammie and guests were
vted or
into the dining room
refreshments.On .
Oct. 16, Tammie was honoredat
another Baby Shower given by the

There is a iBodtf ttoit tocdtfoit meat you: employees Bank. of .Community State

After opening her gifts Tammieand

opt Village* Shopping Center ;U
hostesses presented Tammie with a
Baby Stroller as a memento of the
occasion.Pa .


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8,1990! TELEGRAPH Page 1A
Girls Win Region Volleyball_ Tournament Now to Host Section II3ANovember -

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icy stag points,lace,3 dip 2 kills Aurilla
District YYraarThe The girls have a lot of confidence, The Kowboys won the region last the coach admits, but Aurilla forged ahead 7.1 with a seven point Williams served 5 points. 1; ace. 3
a team Champion from Tornadoesmet the coaches are confident, so come year over Buchholz, and had seven Williams finally served the 15th run on the third service, added four digs, 2 kills, 1 block; Rita Stepheny
KUBlmmee, at Klsstmmee Osceola High, out and support the team in its climb players from that squad return, but point to win the match and the more on the fifth service, iailedlo" served 4 points with 1 dig; LaTara
towards state-wide honors. they could not overcome a seasoned championship. move for four service Jackson
Region III-3A title match,and gnat sets, added served 3 points and 1 dig
ed away with the honor, walk- and staid Tornado squad who started the first game point 12, 13 and 14, then failed to and Brandy ROM served two points.
Now the Tornadoes will 15-11,15-u.host Region Contest... entered the match with confidence.The with a quick three points but the Tor- move again for five seta until Aurilla Only two aces served attests to the I
pa Plant HS at the Tornado Tam- Osceola had a 19-14 season record, only person with the jitters was nadoes tied at..1f on the secoud service Williams served the fifteenth and quality of defensive play in the 0
Friday Gym at 7 compared to Bradford's 15-4 record, Coach Inez Dlggs. forged ahead for good on the winning point.Individual backcourt) and agressive play at the
p.m. night Nov. for
9, the "I got a little nervous In game two third set and carried the lead to the I
Section H-3A title, but most of the Osceola losses were stats for the games net by the entire Team.Confidence Is
giving the Tornado against 4A and 5A teams,' aid when we reached 14 points and final 19-11 finish.In are: Laytoyia Sims served 10 points high for continued success at the
squad the home court advan- didn't move for five service sets," the second. game the Tnrnnilw with 1 dig Mo"'i. MMWnms ...
tage. ___-__ owboy Coach Charlene Lackey. .. ; ": a rver| Tornado sectional Gym game Friday night_ at the.

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Bradford County the Tornadoes(Gators)and their opponent combined in the
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P.ge BA TEL5GRAP1I November 1 MM).

FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE ore A affected person whose by the substantial Department'Interest proposed Revival In Progress

I 1 NoticesNOTICE Pursuant to Section B63.09, Florida Charles W. Heavner has made application permitting decision may petitionfor Church of Godof
Legal Statute, notice I I. hereby given that the for SPECIAL EXCEPTION No. 3 an administrative proceeding (haring ProphecyThere

undersigned' Rodney Hutching, 1318 In Zoning classification for ) In accordance with Section Information revival In prograu at
Walnut St., Green Cove Spring, Fl Automobile and truck sale and serviceto set forth below and must be filed of Prophecy, >nc.
32043 sole owner, doing business under the STARKE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT (received In the Office of General Church of God WUllama of
OF INTENTIONTO va. the firm name of H and S Automotive on property located and described Counsel of th. Department at 2600 Blair with Evangelist Bruce locatedon
REGISTER IGNACIO O. ALOERETE and North 301, Starke, Florida 32091: Intend below Stone Road, Tallahassee, Florida Jacksonville. The church la
FICTITIOUS NAME DEBORAH M. ALDERETE, his wife to register said fictitious. name under the Parcel No. 04438-0-OO600 In Section 33399-2400: within fourteen ((14)) days of Hwy 301 N. Services are nightly
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Defendants.NOTICE aforesaid statute. 33. Township, 6 S., Range 22 East publication of this notice Petitionershall at 7:30: p.m. with no Saturday ser
Statutes, notice Is hereby given mot the OF SALE Dated this 30 day of October, 1990 In Located on the North tide of McDonald' mall a copy of the petition to the vices. Everyone is invited to attend.
undersigned, Yvonne and Richard RI.. Notice If hereby given that pursuantto Bradford County. Restaurant beside Exxon Service Sta. applicant at the address Indicated aboveat
ing Rt. 2 Bon 1262 Storke, Florida 32091 an order or a final judgment of I1I1 tchg 11/22 PO No. 687 tion. the time of filing. Failure to file a petition ),
joint owners doing business, under the foreclosure entered In the above- The Stork Board of Adjustment will within this time period shall constitute
firm name of Beeline Rt. 2 lax 1262. captioned action, I will see the property conduct a public hearing on Thursday, a waiver of any right such person Weeks Chapter UDC
Florida 32091 Intends to register November 29, 1990 In the Council Room have to request an administrative
Starke, situate' In Bradford County, Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE may
said fictitious name under the aforesaid described as: 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND of Stark. City Hall at 7:30 p.m., Starke, determination (hearing) under Section Met Oct. 15
Florida after having been reviewed by .
statute. A of land In the SE 1/. of Section 120.57 Florida Statutes.The I
the SI..... Board.At Peggy H. ThomasMrs.
Zoning the following By
25th of October In petition shall contain I
this day
Dated 7, 7 South 22 East,
County. Tewrahlp Range GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION this time all person will ba heard Information! Blanche Otto was guest
Bradford 10/23.'pd11115 FO No. 671 Bradford County Florida,. being more CASE NO.9I>>81-CA concerning this application as specifiedIn (a) The name address, and telephone speaker at the meeting of the W.T.
particularly described as follows: FIDELITY BOND AND MORTGAGE COMPANY the Zoning Codes of the City of Stark. number of each petitioner the appli Weeks Chapter of the -United
Commence at the NE corner of said SE Dorr.ll O'Neal cant' name and address, the Department Daughters of the Confederacy, heldon
14 and run South 88 degrees 43 minutes Plaintiff, Zoning Administrator Permit File Number and the countyIn Monday, Oct. 15 at the home of
NOTICE OF REFERENDUMFOR 30 seconds west along the North line of vs. Starke Bd of Adj I which the project I I. proposed; Mrs. J.T. Lawsons.
PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENTBY said SE 1/4 a distance of 1303 feet to the TONY GLEN MCRAY 11/8 2tchg 11/15 PO No.699 (b)A statement of how and when each A very interesting program was
Point of Beginning. From Point of Beginning Defendent. petitioner received notice of the Depart.ment' presented on "Southern Women
THE TOWN COUNCIL OF thus described run thence South 0 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to PUBLIC AUCTIONRon action or proposed action; Heroines" by Mrs. Otto, reminding
THE TOWN OF BROOKER FLORIDA degrees 30 minutes East a distance of the Final Judgment of Foreclosure doted Denmark Self-Storage will hold a (c) A statement of how each petitioner's the ladies of the very important,sup-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Town 162/2 feet to a point; thence run North and entered In Civil .Action No. public auction of Bin Number 78 8 83 substantial Interests are affected portive roles women have played in
Council of the town of Brook.r, Florida 81 degrees 15 minutes 34 seconds west 90-381-CA of the Circuit Court of the 8th belonging to Julia Padgett Crews by the Department' action or our past history, even though they
that a r.f.r.ndum will be h.ld and the along a county road right-of-way line Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford County The sole will take place at 2117 N. proposed. action; have not actually been on the bat I
Town Clerk has been directed to place 148.14 feet to the Easterly right of way Florida, wherein... above captioned Temple Ave. Starke, Florida on Saturday (d) A statement of the material facts tlefield. I
upon th. special election ballot the line of State Road No. 200 (U.S. Highway Plaintiff and the above named Defendant Nov, 17 1990 at 9.00 a.m. disputed by Petitioner, If any; The business meeting was con-
following: 301)); thence run Northeasterly along were parties thereto I will see to 11/B 2tchg 11/15 PO No.697 (e) A statement of facts which petitioner ducted. Mrs. Leila Mundy was ap-
TOWN OF BROOKER. FLORIDA sold Easterly right of way line with a the highest bidder for cash at the east contends warrant reversal or pointed chairman to arrange the
modification of the Department's actionor
PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENTTo curve concave Northwesterly said curve lobby at the Bradford. County Courthouse Christmas Luncheoln meeting. At
do with the office of having a central angle of 01 degree 07 at IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF proposed action;
away Stark., Florida 11:00 a.m. on Mrs.
: (f) A statement of which rules or the conclusion of the meeting,
Mayor minutes 47 seconds, a radius of 7099.6 the 30th day of November, 1990 the THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL contends Lawson invited members in the dining -
-To keep the office of Mayor feet and a chord bearing and distance of following described real estate proper. CIRCUIT. IN AN FOR petitioner require where the Halloween decor
reversal or modification of the Depart.m.nt' room
The dote, place and time for voting on North 12 degrees 04 minute 53 ...cond.Ea.t BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA refreshmenttable
ty: action or proposed action; and was carried out. The
this referendum Issue will b. Tuesday, 140 feet to the North line of sold SE Lot 14, Block 2, UNIT 3. SARATOGA CASE NO.90-257-CA with
LAWRENCE (g) A statement of the relief sought by was covered an orange
November 27 1990 at Breaker Town 1/4; thence run North 88 degrees 43 HEIGHTS as recorded In Plat Book 3, Plaintiff SMITH petitioner stating precisely the action cloth with a handmade pumpkincenterpiece
Hall from 7:00: a.m. to 7:00 p.m. minutes 30 second East along sold Page 3, of the Public Record of Bradford petitioner wants me Department to take flanked by handmade
....Thomas Clerk North line of the SE 1/4 a distance of County Florida all lying In Section 29 THOMAS v. EARL EVANS and with respect to the Department's actionor fabric autumn leaves. A dessert

1181tchgPONo.676NOTICE 118.7 feet lathe Point of Beginning.at Township 6 South Range 22 East. PAMELA S. EVANS. his wife, proposed action. course was served by the hostess
public sale, to th. highest bidder DATED Oct. 29 1990. and LAURA DUROHAM, If a petition Is filed the administrative assisted by her husband, J.T.
OF INTENTIONTO for cash, In the lobby of the Bradford RAY NORMAN CLERK OF THE Defendant, hearing process is designed to formulate Lawson.
REGISTER County Courthouse, In Starke, Florida, CIRCUIT COURTBY NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE agency action. Accordingly the Deport *
FICTITIOUS NAME at 11:00 a.m. on the 13th day of :Carol Williams NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pur- ment's final action may b*different from
November 1990. Deputy Clerk urant to the Final Judgment of the position taken by It In this Notice. School MenusNov

Pursuant to Section 663.09. Florida Witness by hand and official seal this 11/1 4tchg 11/21PO No.685 Foreclosure entered In the Circuit Courtof Persons whose substantial Interest will 12Nov. U
notice Is hereby given that the 25th day of October 1990. the Eighth Judicial Circuit In and for be affected by any decision of the
Statutes undersigned, Timothy Dale Faulkner, Rt Ray Norman Bradford County Florida, Civil Action Department with regard to the application Bradford Middle I 11a__..*

2 Bon 1734. Starke, Florida 32091, eol.own.r Clerk of the Circuit Court IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Case Number:90-257-CA on October 29, have the right to petition to becomea MONDAY Hamburger gravy mashed
doing business' under the firm By Tosher Allen BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA 1990 we will tell the following described party to the proceeding. The petition potato, peaches, hot roll, milk
of Scorpio's. 118 S. Thompson St., Deputy Clerk property lying and being situate In must conform to the r.qulr.ment..paclfl.d TUESDAY i Beef-vegetable soup, 1/2
name Circuit Civil No. 90-351-CA above and be filed received) butter sandwich mixed fruit,
( peanut
Storke, Florida 32091 Intends to register 11/121chg 11/8 PONo. 681 Bradford County Florida to-wit:
within 14 days of above address of the milk.
sold fictitious name under the aforesaid Lot 3, Block 3, Dowllng Park according
PlanliH.v. to plat thereof recorded In Plat Department. Failure to petition within WEDNESDAY! Chill garden .salad fruit

stotute.Dated this 25 Day of October In Bradford IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR .. Book 2, Page 60 of the current public the allowed time frame constitutes a cinnamon rolls, milk
JACK M. COURTNAY ux. record of Bradford County, Florida. waiver of any right such person has to THURSDAY! Spaghetti w/meot sauce
County.lO/25.tpd 11/1 S PO No. 665 BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Defendant. Said sale hall be at public sole to the request a hearing under Section 120.57, cabbage law, fruit, peanut butter
PROBATE DIVISIONFile Notice I I. hereby given that pursuant highest bidder for cash In In accordance F.S., and to participate as a party to this cookie, hot rolls, milk,
Number 90-9O-CP to the Order or Final Judgment enteredIn with the aforedescribed Final Judgment proceeding. Any subsequent Intervention FRIDAY, Pizza mixed vegetables,
IN RE: ESTATE OF this cause In the Circuit Court of Bradford of Foreclosure. Said sale hall be held at will only be the approval of the pineapple tidbit, brownie, milk.

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Philip Howell, Deceased County Florida, I will sell the pro- the Main (East) Door of the Bradford presiding officer upon motion filed pursuant
REGISTER NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe perty situated In Bradford County County Courthouse, Stark., Florida at to Rule 28-5.207:: F.A.C. Bradford High School
FICTITIOUS NAME administration of the estate of Florida, described as: 11:00 a.m.. Eastern Standard Time on The application Is available for public MONDAY Chicken patty macaroni and
deceased, File Number business' hours cheese, green beans, fruit cup cinnamon
Philip Howell Lot 32 of ARI WOODS SUBDIVISION a.p.r November 29, 1990. inspection during 8:00
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida 90-90-CP, Is pending In the Circuit Court plat thereof a* recorded In Plat Book RAY NORMAN a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Fri roll, milk I
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the for Bradford County Florida, Probate 3. Page 53,of the Public R.cordsof Brad- Clerk of Circuit Court day except legal holidays, at: TUESDAY! Beef-vegetable coup spiced
undersigned' Lawrence P. Naxworth Division the address of which Is Bradford ford Florida all lying and By: Carol Williams Department of Environmental' Regulation ham sandwich peaches, milk
P.O. Box .... Starke, Florida 32091 sole County Courthouse, Starke, Florida, County Deputy Clerk Bureau of Air Regulation 2600 Blair WEDNESDAY, Plg-ln-the-blanket. baked
situate In Section 24, Township 8 South, beans, cabbage slaw chocolate cake,
business' under the firm Stan Road Tallahassee, Florida
owner doing 32091. The names and addresses of the TERENCE M. BROWN P.A.
name of North Florida Communications, personal) representative and the Range 22 East.at Attorney for Plaintiff 32399-2400: ; Department of Environmental milk
per'sonal public sale to the highest and best THURSDAY! Hamburger mashedpotatoes
247 S. Westmoreland St., Starke, Florida Poet Office Box 40 Regulation Northeast District, 3426
representative's attorney are for at the front door of the strawberry shortcake hot
32091 Intends to register said fictitious forth below. bidder cash Starke, Florida 32X+1.0040 Bills Road Jacksonville, Florida 32207.
Bradford Courthouse In Starke. rolls, milkfRIDAYi
aforesaid statute. County send written
name under the 904/964-8272: Any person may comments
Dated this 19 day of October In Brad Interested persons are required to Florida at 11:00 a.m. on Nov. 29, 1990. FLA. BAR NO. 0289612 on the proposed action to Mr. Pizza curtey fries, applesauce
file with this court, WITHIN THREE MON. brownie, milk.
ford County. RAY NORMAN 11/8 2tchg 11/15 PO No.692 Barry Andrews at the Department's
IO/2S4tpd 1113 P0 No. 667 THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Clerk of the Circuit Court Tallahassee address All comments A-la .'( NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate By:Carol William t mailed within 14 day of the publicationof MONDAY: French fries, hamburgers,
br U.. and (2)) any objection by op Interested Deputy Clerk 'STATE1 OF FLORIDA notice will be considered' In the (roast beet sandwich mllkshekee.
person on whom this notice was served 11/1 4tchg 11/22 PO No. 686 DEPARTMENT OF Department's final determination. TUESDAY! Corndogs! 1 trench fries,
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO that challenges the validity of the will, ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION 11/8 Itchg PO No. 695 orange |juice plaa.WIDNESDAY .
REGISTER the qualifications of the personal CALL FOR BIDS NOTICE OF Hamburgers, pizza
FICTITIOUS NAME representative, venue, or Jurisdiction of Sealed Bids will be received by the INTENT TO ISSUE NOTICEJ.P. milkshakes, orange |ulce.
the Bond Trustee of the City of Stark. at THURSDAY! Corndog, roast beef sandwich
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida court. The Department of Environmental S. Katharine Griffin Jr. has made
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that th.undersigned ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO the City Hell In Storke Florida until 10 Regulation hereby give notice of Its Intent application for SPECIAL EXEPTION No. 3 french fries, milkshakes.
r Waters P.O. Box FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED a.m. November 19. 1990 at which time to Issue a permit which will In Zoning classification RM-I for Churchto FRIDAY: Hamburgers, pizza trench
202 Graham FL Donna; 32042: and Mary Harper, Publication of this notice has begun on and place all bid received will be authorize l E.I. Dupont de Nemours I the STARKE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTon fries, milkshakes, orange juice

P.O. Box 241, Graham FL 32042: loin'ow..r. November 1, 1990 publicly opened and read aloud on the Company. Inc. to Increase production of property located and described Each day student have choice of e
business under the firm Personal Representative: following.One the Trail Ridge plant' zircon kiln locatedoff below: hot lunch salad bar or they mey purchase -
of, doing Quick Cash Pawn and Gun Victor Howell ((1)) Digger Derrick Truck. State Rood 230 approximately Smiles Old Lawtey Road Lots 11 A 12 of Items ..10_....
name 17184 Baling Brooke Specification are enclosed. Sealed east of Stark., Clay County. Florida. Powell' unrecorded subdivision Section
S.Walnut St. Starke, FL 32091
Shop 1462 Mt.demons. Michigan 48044 bids should be marked In the lower left Allowable emissions will Increase to 27, Township 6 South, Range 22 East
Intends to register. said fictitious name Attorney for Personal Representative: hand comer of the envelope, "SEALEDBID. 21.5 Ibs/hr((94.4 TYP) particulate matter, Parcel No. 02843000001. STAKKBCHURCH
under the aforesaid statute. DIGGER DERRICK TRUCK. TO BE 62.7 Ibs/hr ((274.7 TPY) sulfur dioxide, The Starke Board of Adjustment will
Doted this 26 day of October, 1990 In P.O.Dudley Drawer Hardy 1030 OPENED 10:00 AM NOV. 19 1990". The and 7.7 Ibs/hr ((33.7 TPY) nitric oxides conduct a public hearing on November OF GOD
Bradford County. The Increased emissions will not causeor 29. 1990 In the Council Room of Stark.
Starke. Florida 32091 of Storke reserves the right to reject 422 N. St.ClaIr '"-N&J
11/1 .'pdll122. PO No.682 City contribute to a violation of the ambient City Hall at 7:30 p.m., Starke, Florida, .
all bid. Questions be Pastor David PteasanlWs (
Telephone: ((904)) 964-3701 any or may determination :
air quality standard A after having been reviewed by the
11/1 :2tchg 11/8 PO No. 683 directed to William M. Weldon City of Best Available Control Stark Zoning Board. Invite you to worship with la

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH Operations Manager and Utility Director Technology (BACT) was not required.The At this time all persons will be heard Attended Nursery
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR at ((904)964-3027.) Mall or deliver bid to Department Is Issuing this Intent to concerning this application, as specifiedIn S'UId.ySdlool _______ 10 tn
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. City of Starke. P.O. Drawer C, 209 N. Issue for the reasons stated In the the Zoning Codes of the City of Stark. rV.oming Worship _______ ties*
Esther L. Muir, NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Thompson Street Starke, Florida 32091. Technical Evaluation and Preliminary 11/8:ltchg Darrelj O'Neal Ev..w.I'- ___ (pa*
Plaintiff REGISTER 11/1 :2tchg 11/6 PO No.690 Determination 11/15 PO No. 698 Zoning' Administrator WtdmedsyYouaV7 0 F">

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"Your complete Buy Here Pay Here Attend/ your church regularly "24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE" i i

eyeglass center" 1520 N. Temple Ave 987 N. Temple Ave.

103 Edwards Ed. e 964-4588 964-7783 rIAcjI.: 864-N.Temple 964-7061 9646111Lewis I II II I I.

DOUGLAS BATTERY: Jones Funeral Home 'A fill DENMARK FURNITURE Timber Co.

STARKE Distinguifed, Caring Service )i r It's do 301 S.
fact can P.O.Box207 i
rebuild you Hwy
JVe starters,alternators For Over 50 Yean 4 .
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t--r'Q 'All th*right purls M.A the Terwillegar Motors Inc. 206W..Mldlson&US301 .
,( ,,peu- Starke. 964-7200 South CORPORATIONMark
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Mosley Tire; Co. NOEGEL'S AUTO CORBETTS TIRES & Allen's Office Supplies J1l1stf!![ Insurance ,

US 301 N. Starke SALES SERVICE and .
Printing Company V5isJA.BaiyDC(
964-6600 Complete Tirt Sttop ffAuta 440 Madison
"Worihip Out inert tiul tvery tutek:.
Art Supplies
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A Special ThanksTo

All Our VeteransWe
owe our freedom to you-the fine men and women who've

served our country with bravery and pride. I

And now more than ever as so much of the world discovers the

shining beacon democray, we owe you a special debt of gratitude.As .
we pause this Veteran's Day to remember our Veterans, let us j

also remember the young men and women presently serving in our

,. i Armed Forces, especially those in Saudi Arabia.

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Attorney at Law Wm.MarcheseDMDPATerwillegar Manufacturing

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lOA TELEGRAPH November 8, 1900

Tornadoes 'Blow Away' Bishop Kenny 48-20, Setting Stage For PlayoffsThe

Tornadoes rolled 48-10 over ..M"Ira'
Bishop Kenny for An easy football Dawns Iy
win Friday night, Nov. :3. before a Rv.Mas Yrds N.4as 4H44J1W tPa.k
hometown crowd In Memorial V.11. 54
Stadium. pc-PA-ps 1+I y4 -I ,
Bradford went to 8-0 on the Mason + a pasts 1-1! FSLY
and 5-0 In District 3-3A play. The ".F PWKMM-lMl 31 a-I
Tornadoes bad already clinched the y.n.la.ryarl MLI t-tt

district title Oct. 26 with the 43-14 Scaring 11 Bratftml" lummaryi HUHOB. ._1....Iff..&....41 yard r f fwk.
win over Paxon. .BPi J........, kick.TI..... *>4i, 10.
Bishop Kenny fell to 1-7. I .)Brattoi*MilkOB. ._.MiHIikl.47. yanlrun. r ,
The Tornadoes dominating the .i .BPi JMMUn,kick till, 1O. r
game, scored on four of six possessions II.r.......HimB B CtarlM loyd,4 y-nut.Pi .
in the first half and led 28-8. ............kick..>M M.
Tacking on two more TD's In the second ,c 41. BrMMr Nl..k- BB BMMTl H..._, Imil. ,. II i .
half with substitutes In the )e' V..... apt AH.lt JMklM,kick till.1O.It a., 1 ,
...... ., I t -'
*K uiy-WM racMvw Mark f w r
game the Tornadoes nailed down the .."..... Cm BB KMly Ktn.en. apr kick
48-20 victory. f...........10.
Bishop Kenny had most of Its suc- Imo" .) Br.uror BB Bckcrl H............., 4 yirdrun.
cess passing and on the running of .apt jMiklm,kick.Ilitt*Q. h '
tailback Onzlo Holmes, 103 yards on e ) it r ......* KMMy. K.',, KMUM, Mran. yard t tt
24 carries. Kenny first got on the ,fir Br, pass talk.*. ..11010. u
board with 30 seconds remaining in I) BrMtarri HHrfr BB Alton J........, 41 yard
...... ... .
first half. A 59 yard drive, Holmes BPi Fn .II. 1>47 M.fl .
.. .
r dHH MlihBB J aord.n,11 y running low and hard,and helped bya
C,, JmklM,kick.4i4t,40. S off
Bradford penalty, saw BK quar- II) ./....* K..my*w....nolwr Brian Pal, i/laM'i Ill ,
trback Kelly Kenson sneak in from a ''l If Yard ....mm OB K.ty Kan.aw..t.a,40. I'e?; ";. h
yard out. And with 'nds remaining t !
the game Uo ....ehson hit
wideout Brian Pate from 17 yardsout I s ...
; Pate simply jumped 5-5 Tor- t W 'v_ '"
nado defender Jason Lee. A 52 yard r,
pass to Pate set up the last minute
TD pass.Bradford. .
gained 455 yards rushingon
43 carries, Kenny had 140 yards
rushing on 44 carries.Holmes,short
stocky and running close to the .
ground, did most of Kenny's runn-

quarterback Reggie Shef- -
field scored on runs of 62 and 67 Linebacker Andy Coodowiu, *83 tackles Kenny tailback Onzlo Holmes -3O Linebacker James Danleb sacks Kenny Quarterback Kelly Ketuon.Defensive end Larry
yards in the first period on .... who Mined MO yards In 23 carries. In backgrouns tackle Shauntel Houston. Shannon. No. 80, and defensive tackle Shawn Jenkins, No.75 lurk In background.-

times bootleg he run ran or the pass football., the only two yard TD run.Jenkins scored one TD rib injury, carried for 39 yards on 7 ried 10 times for 39 yards, and Most every Tornado player got into who expects the Crusaders to be.
The rest of the Bradford runningwas from 11 yards out, and kicked five carries and scored twice on runs of scored once from 13 yards out. the game. tougher in the coming year or two.rdtw
done by five other runners.Run- p"tra points. RB Robert Hankerson, 4 and 7 yards.Sophomore. RB Charles Boyd carried 9 times The Bishop Kenny football program ..
Nigh M 14 U I 41
ning back Allen Jenkins ran for lW 4 ..: 3 back into action after being RB Joe Gordon,seeing for 50 yards and scored one TD from Is In a rebuilding phase,according IthonKotny s s I X
yards on 5 carries including a 41 held out of the Paxon game with a the most action of the season, car- 4 yards out. to Tornado Coach David Hurse,

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Last Visit ... Coach Ilurse Pleased With Overall Tornado Play Against BK

% Before Christmas! } ( :

Tornadoes gridders: and coaches Clyatt added. Four shared outstanding Jerry Kaminskl, who was disap-
I I II had a good tune last week in the offensive lineman of the week pointed when the secondary got
Portraits 48-20 romp over rebuilding Bishop honors: center Kenny Carlton, No. burned on several pass plays.
Kenny 73, who replaced the injured Wyatt James Daniels,Allen Jenkins,and
I Billfolds I II Only negative factor is that the Collins; guard Phillip Crawford, No. Robert Nichols were named outstan-
One 8x10, Jlvo 5x 7's? 10 Wallets, Tornadoes aren't used to having 20 62; guard Jason Norman,No.65,and ding members of the Tornado
& 18 MiniPortraitsNOW points scored on them by anybody, tight end Andy Goodowns, No. 85. specialty teams.
." > said Coach Roland Cummings the Coach David Hurse was pleased Eldrich Sconiers, No. 41, and Vln-
I ,'" ONLY app "eI e I defensive coordinator.Still with all the running backs. All five nie Blye, No. 20, were named best
Coach Cummings said, the shared in the outstanding offensive wide outs, both for their passing patterns
Big Red eleven played well, exceptfor back of the week honors: quarter- and blocking downf ield to spr-
I -- I II about three plays. back Reggie Sheffield, No. 11; running ing backs on long runs.
\\I \ $995 For example a fourth down defen- back Robert Hankerson, No. 23;
: sive play, a quarter keeper up the wingback/running back Allen J .
middle by Bishop Kenny for six Jenkins, No. 13; wingback Julius Tornado Tackles... ,
I I yards, on which the Torndoes allowed Harden, No. 10, and RB Charles Defensive end Josh Lewis, No. 86,
18 FREE a first down was not to the likingof Boyd, No. 40. and cornerback Robert Nichols, No.
Christmas Cards for your Coach Cummings. The first down Biggest surprise was how well 24, lead the Tornadoes with six in-
I I kept Kenny's scoring drive alive. Julius Harden played at wingback. vidividual tackles In the Bishop Ken-
wallet-sized portraits, Defensive end Josh Lewis No. 66; Harden went to wingback when ny game.
., with purchase ol advertised defensive tackle Shauntel Houston, Jenkins played fullback. It gives the
_. .. No. 74, and inside linebacker James Tornadoes another in the
I ptup-....._-a-_.-._-_-__.._-W.-ea4_._nt gtouf NM.*rMM WOO r.. .-ge'l Daniels, No. 31, were named best backfield. Harden is also the star- Kenny A lot of people which got to play in the
--' --- defensive linemen of the week ting rover back, or outsidelinebacker. game, spread the
1371 S.Walnut St., Starke,FL 320191 against Bishop Kenny. ,, on defense ;and 'Is"tIMrbaekup tackles. around.Linebacker .
I Shooting Days/Dates: Thurs. thru Mon.,Nov. 8 12 "Everybody looked good-..*ald ._ quiwterback.w ;:/ oo .;:1Ii ve facU Photographer Hours: Daily 10:00 am 8:00: pm Coach Lanier Clyatt the offensiveline Comeback Robert Nichols, No. James Daniels,No.31, Manning. No.i6 puts rush on..'
mentor. The BHS line rolled had five individual tackles and
up 24, was named best defensive back one Kenny Quarterback.
12:00 Noon 5:30
I Sunday pm I 455 yards. "That says a lot, right of the week. Nichols supported the assist. Linebacker Andy Goodowns,
I--! there" said Coach Clyatt. run protection with six: individual No. 85,the team's leading tackler for
The offensive linemen did a good tackles. the season, has four tackles and two More
. Sports on
AGFA+ : .:::.I job picking up the different looks The defensive secondary played assists. Defensive tackle Shauntel
I[ Bishop Kenny showed Coach Clyatt well at times, but is still making Houston, No. 74, had four individual Page 10B
_ ..J said. The line showed a lot of hustle, basic mental errors, said Coach tackles, good for a down lineman.

-..... Q29992 VETERANS DAY

Girls Win District


Annual "Old Fashioned Sunday" Joe Clf sy came In second, as recently as last
Cox Appliance Icy Staff Writer year, losing to Buchholz In a three
The Tornado volleyball team cap- game series then.
November 11 1990 11:00: AM & tured first place in District MA,Fri- In the Wednesday match against
day, November 2,by defeating arch- Gainesville Eastside a two
Air Conditioning rival Buchholz in the championshipgame 15-7, 15-7 win for the Tornadoes, got
Service at the North Marion gym at off to a slow start until a five point

Dress Old Fashioned ....... Sparr. run by Brandy Ross serving sixth in
r We finally put it all together and rotation, got control on the Tornado
won the district," boasted Coach in- side of the net. The final point in the
,11 ez Diggs, who started the volleyball game was not scored until the third
program in 1S75 and has been the round.
Dinner On Grounds
rip Special Singing coach ever since.
This Is the first district title won See V'>Uevball fage tJARegion
the Tornadoes, who have often

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2ND PUBLIC HEARING NOTICEThe ; III Volleyball! Champions..: -
The Regional Champion Volleyball team of Bradford High School
Town of Brooker is applying to the Florida Department of Community Affairs (DCA) for a grant under the Housing defeated Kisslmmee Osceola,'at Klstlmmee. Tuesday Bight, to become
Rehabilitation category in the amount of$375,000.00 under the Small Cities Community Development Block Grant(CDBG) regional champJon_ .
Program. For each activity that is proposed at least 60% of the funds must benefit low and moderate income persons. All activitiesare

located within the town limits.The activities, dollar amount and estimated percentage benefit to low moderate income personsfor
which the town of Brooker is applying are: Minimum Student Performance

Activities $ Amount %LMI Standards

039a Temporary Relocation $ 17,000.00 100% Teachers shall
051 Rehabilitation 301,750.00 100% provide appropriate instructionin

181 Administration 56,250.00 N/A the Minimum Student Performance

Standards for Reading, Writing Mathematics,

The Town of Brooker plans to minimize the displacement of persons as a result of planned CDBQ funded activities in the Computer Literacy,'Science & Social Studies.
t' following manner No permanent displacement of persons will result from CD.B.G. funded activities.
I If any persons are displaced as a result of these planned activities, the Town of Brooker will assist such persons in the followingmanner Promotion from each grade level will indicate

No permanent displacement of persons will result from C.D.B.G. funded activities. mastery of the standards appropriate for that

public hearing to provide citizens an opportunity to comment on the application will be held in the Brooker Town Hall on Teacher
Tuesday, November 13. 1990, at 6:30: p.m. A copy of the application will be available for revew! at the Brooker Town Hall on particular grade. plans will be

Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays between the hours of 9.00; a.m.and 12:00: noon.The application will be submitted to the State on used to document instruction in the Minimum

November 29, 1990. To obtain additional information concerning the application and the public hearing contact Ms. Charlene Student Performance tandards.V

Thomas.Town Clerk,Town of Brooker, P.O. Box 127 Brooker, FL 32622. (904) 485-1022. .


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Tornado F'Ball IWIBUSCH

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Playoff PreviewBradford 0 CANS. 10.69s. Q MFR.i +-qa- 3

R9ATt a 4

High wUl travel to Tam-
pa to play Tampa Catholic High ,i-li I- ] i
School play-offs In Nov.the first 23. game of the state tP .

Tampa Catholic, 8-1 over-all, has
clinched the championship of Dist. ''iroDATEDNR'.OTLS. 4.99
4-3A. Bradford, 8-0 over-all by virtueof RED STRIPE, .
a 21-16 loss to Wildwood being
forfeited because of two ineligibile 11201.I .
players, has clinched the title in GEREANAANY N.LBTLBras.
Dist. 3-3A. ---
In all probability, the Region II I BECKS IMPORTED 6-12 OZ. 3.99
game will be played at Tampa Jesuit / GERMANY NR.BTIS.

High School in Tampa. LIGHT lCOItOL 12.12 OZ.
Class 3A SALE A "
1. Fort Lauderdale Gibbon (80))) .....94((7) RED ,
2. Creuview (8-0)) ..................................88 I s t REGULAR ..12 01
3. Clewuion ((8-C) ..................................77 1 i 1 1' I BBLUE PEARL OR LIGHT CANS 1 .99
4. Orlando loner ((8-1)) ............................68
5 Live Oak Suwannee (3-5))..................58 u AVAIlABLE 01..BTLS..
6. Starke Bradford (8-0) _...?..?.??.?..56 I I I t / y8 PERO"'I I ABC'S iYARR812. 4.99
7. Glen SL Mary Baker(7-1)..................40 [ 1 1
8. Tampa Catholic ((8-1)).........................30 I Ii
9. Crawfordville Wakulla (6-2) ..............14
10.Englewood Lemon Bay (7-1).............13 I I 1 1 1 1'I 1 1 1 I i

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3-3A Dist. O'AII
BRADFORD ..___.__._._5-0 __......8.0 K VODKAGIN PIEMIUM i... CANADIAN -W tte Labia Saric C11Ib
BAKER COUNTY................3-1 ..........7.1 RUM 80 VODKA THE PfiEMIUM IS IN THE SCOTCH
SANTA FE.............................3-2 ..........4-4 -.. BOTTLE NOT THE PRICE SCOTCH Our
EASTSIDE .............................3-2 .........3-5 I 99 1 199 L 'so'I
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JACKSONVILLE PAXON ...0.6..1.7 CS. OF 8 559.94 CS. OF 155.88 I CS. OF 6 $80.94 CS, OF 6 $71.50 CS. OF 12. $183.00 CS. OF 154.95
*Bradford has clinched the District 3A
title and is guaranteed a birth in the VYYBQMM Johnnie RIDULAR
Stale Playoffs. mairnoft ( Seagram'sV.O. CHIVAS Uld I.< oA Lq.r )/

800 VODKA( Walker ( '
Tampa Catholic, the Crusaders, 80 VODKA ,.,s 12.99 SALE REGAL IIl 7." SALEs
clinched the Dist. 4-3A title by IMPORTID POLAND LTR. Z
beating Dade City last week. GLL''in -J.UU :a"nlWn J/9 -1.50 Si-.,.
Tampa Catholic is a power runn- 699 1199 1749 1749 6.49 AFTER
ing football team, using the 9.9 SEMIS: 750 ML REBATE

I-formation and two tight ends. The CS. OF 12 $83.88 CS. OF 12- $143.88 CS. OF 6 $77.94 CS.OF 12-$106.50 CS. OF 12- $209.88 CS. OF 12 $209.88
running threat is Willie Queen who ,
rushed for 1,300 yards last season MARTIN'S
and is closing in on 1,000 yards this RElSKA. TAKKOV QQWlZ & G
season. WM WO tiE
Tampa Catholic has good size with VODKA ot '12.99 750 7.99 SALE SCOTCH
several 250-pound linemen, and is VODKA SALE
very physical. The Crusaders line up LTR. -I.50'"..... WUIM ML -2.00'NMn d, ,
and run at opponents. 1079 1099 vvo- U1375O SUITCASE
Interlachen uses the same offenseas ML 11 A9 REBAT AFTER'. :v 5.99 AFTER REBATE' 5 LTR T.16 :' Knot C.q
Catholic. So, the Tornado
players Tampa can get a good preview of CS. OF 6. $64.50 CS. OF 6 $65.94 S W187.88 CS. OF 12 $149.95 9 .8 F 95.94f

the offense in the final game of the
season Nov. 16, the week before Stolichnaya 1 I I ; 1 '

Catholic. ;
playing Tampa 80 VODKA
Tampa Catholic plays its big rival, U.

Tampa Jesuit, this week.A 14.99 SALE A BEEFEATER: OMEGA $ea0ram's dm] : ''-.,........ ALL ALL TYPESRS
to ,
fan bus is going Tampa says .
Athletic Director Mike Sexton. The &un : I
cost: $10 per passenger. Call 13A9 AFTER TWO GIN 94 GIN ICrown III 119
964-6800, ask for Wanda Prevatt for REBATE LITER
tickets. F NAY O 11 99 11" 99
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Second Round... i 750 ML H : ._
If the Tornadoes win over Tampa 1 I I CS. OF 12-$139.95 C $1194 CS. OF 12 7f2.95E CS. OF 12. .8L. VI KIN FJORD

Catholic, they probably will face POTATO VODKA
Suwannee-Live Oak or Crestview in cpOJ"9_ IMPORTED Seagram'sGin FLEISCHMANN5 YUKON
the second round of the state play- + JACK 99

offs.A Suwannee win over Perry- RUB JAMA l'A)R V iN 1.75 11.99 SALE 150 6.99 SALE 175 10.99 SALE 750 9.99 SALEFLElgHMANNS NORWAY 750 MLLTR.
this Friday, Nov. 10,
Taylor County .
LTR.3.00 ML1.50 w.
will clinch the Dist. 2-3A title for 99 99 .w'run =n -3.00 eei.n3.00 ''Nun

district Suwannee.win Suwannee to Quincy forfeited because of a -'L= inns DARK 750 ML =o= ; 8.99 AFTER RENT[ &C 1TWJ VIQ AFTER REBATE -- 7 99 isa REBATE 6 99 REBATE g ] ;

playing ineligible players and so the CS. OF 6- $92.50 CS. OF 12 $107.88 CS. OF 6 $71.50 CS. OF 12 $76.95 CS. OF 6 $65.94 CS. OF 12 $119.88
disrict title goes down to Friday -------- ------- Le r
night's contest with Perry.A COUPON FOR WISeR'S GORDonsTAAICA IO EVAN B C %
Suwannee Dist. 2-3A) vs. AGED IOYEARS T Y r BLACK
S3.00 OFF i
Crestview Dist. 1-3A) game is CANADIAN GIN VODXAo. WILLIAMS
predicted for the first round of RCDMMABU WITH THIS CUT-OUT T RtOltHR 1.75 8.99 SALE / 13.99 13.49
If Bradford wins 175 SALE 80 WHISXIY 175 SALE LTR
regional play-offs. .
wrMnw /
Nov. 23 at Tampa Catholic, the se- -O J.UU COUKH .N -2.00 wa Awn RETi f LTR. 200 w..IM1
cond round game, the Class 3A state e MFS
semi-finals, will be played Friday, AGED 10 YEARS 99wim TNIs 11.99 AFRRneaTE 999 11" 1 1 .49 AFTER
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from page lOAThe |.V. "drossy"Rufflno .: M 4.49 Gallo LTN. 5:99: 'Domaiae Cftanta..Null M" 12.99 Clos Du Bois "==- ML 6,99 ,

second game scoring startedon Orvlelo M 6.49 Carlo Rossi ....:tir L.:. 3.29 Frelxenel = ::..I, :: 5.99 Beringer ...=.. :M 6.99 :

the second service, by Latara Duboeuf H':AGU. :M 6.S9 ABC *SHSSr* LT'. 4.99 Beccvo Ati Spuaate, M: 8.49 Kendall Jackson : 9.99'I
Jackson N:
with a 6 point run,and was j N.a II
ing finished another by Charmil six point Spooner run at tine serv-end Fontana FrascollMlldora :M 4.99 Gallo .Maw.. LT/1. 3.79 Gold Seal "=:n :: 4.99 BeringerSebasliani == :M 10.S!

of the second round.In ;, c::.=Y :M 9.49 Taylor ,1J:::;':"" L,:. 5.99 TaylorA: :"" M 4.99 .....or :M 6.49 ,

Stepheny addition, Latara to the Jackson first team, Laytoyia of Rita Chateau Dauiac M 10.99 Glen Ellen :':.:: L.:. 5.49 MoelAfhandonOudlnot :: M 19.99 R. Mondari:, :M 14.99 ,,__ ,,

Sims, Aurilla and Brandy Williams Ross,, back MonikaWilliams up *!IL Cardo :: ':: :M 6.49 Cella uw:;:.. L%:. 5.99 .... M 17.99 Chat. St. Michelle ,&,$c :M 6.99 :. ,

to Gallo 5.49 Tons .aou'.... .so 79 I \;,. : I I
players the
contributing wins
are Maleus Rose'Rufllno :M 3.49 I" ML. ''' t3y
regulars Charmil Spooner and Clos D-J! Bois :' :: :M 9,99 1\ 1 '.... Ii.so .
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Suvella Jackson. Joy Smith, Tract ::1 Chianti Classlco 5.99 e .10 '
Crawford, Amy Triest and Lasheria Geyser Peak ..:..:. ML 5.4 9 ,

Ford, all freshmen brought up from Duboeuf ., M 5.99 Sebastian ?' NAPA C. Krug ,....DaL :M 6.99 : i
the Junior Varsity squad,saw actionin PROPRIETOR'S
the tournament. Black Tower M 3.99 RED RIDGE Simi CH.- ML 13.99
Thursday, in action against GHS, 70 WNIYE.LODUCDUCK CAHItWT IAUVIONON
the only team to beat Buchholz in Graham ST ML 36.99 L 'CNENINNINfTE- ELAKC ) Sebasliani Irv.ML :M 4.29. LARGEST
regular season play, the Tornadoes a .NNa '
lel-Verge 16.99 7s0
+anw.rr IKL ; R. Mondavi 11.99 I
won another two game match, 15-11, ; 299 ,,.:: 99 Now MLadot '
15-12. v14 qr MLA 5.99 ML 7s Gallo r.... "" IO 5.49
Getting off to a faster start, scoring SELECTION
six points on the first service by
Rita Stepheny,the Tornados carriedthe '
lead to a hard fought final score, ROBERT ITAYLQR CHATEAU WINES
with great play at the net by Aurilla MONDRVI HOMK: LaFrancesca CALIFONNIAWMITI '
Williams, with 8 kills and 1 block, EAaoou.eo BORDEAUXSALE LOWEST
Sims served a five point a BLANC '-1.0O..n A99
run in the second game to give the 4 7"9 79 99 :t- PRICES d
edge to Bradford in the second 929 .IAA 2.9911' ML
game, to finish the match and 750 ML LTR. 750 ML 1.5 LTR. Sur 7ocEi
qualify the Tornadoes for the cham-

pionship Meeting match Buchholz Friday.for the championship M 7.49 Rothchild VSO ...r.T M J AT ALL
i 9
the Tornado girls were in Kahlua UOC A''m M 13.99 Grand Manlier X 21.99 Komorb O(4 II M F .
great form and equal to the task, 21O
winning the match in two close Carolans WA M 7.99 Stock Vermouth '-' LTR. 4.99 Remy Malln VSOP M 29.99 MIIIEI.I.I.INI

games The first; 16-14 game; 1513.went into the fourth Berentiens u,w M 9.99 Glenfiddich aic. K 19.99 Rayalal Y OP a M 7.9! 99 ABC'S IN

round with the Bobcats leading ,a ee..w 7W 7N 1E
12-14, until Latara Jackson served a FLORIDABrandy
four point finale, for the come-from-
behind win, 1614.
I / ii
The second game saw a 1'' t.POPOV
demoralized Bobcat team Jump to a CANADIAN I I cull
3-0 lead, only to drop to a tie at M on LTD I I MAC6XI6CI 1 VODKA
the third service, by a four point run I. .
Laytoyia Sims. Serving fifth, I 11.49I I I' i 13.99w' 9.69I
MonikaWilliams served three SIN aNr.sa.es.IaN INN S11NEE./ssEVN/ IlNSrslaRlE./fR/ straight points, putting the Tornadoes NEtp5SSM.NovEA.EB 7 I IMUT, MVCMII. t f, II
in the lead to stay. Aurilla !Ull w IWO I CANtO k
Williams served a three point run in
HUN till : VERMOUTH I I : I rui HAILUPa.e I
the second round and Brandy Rosa i I wrN W.
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C.C. CrltM Florida Federal Savings & Loan. almost all of the free space in the
They Have, during the past month, bank lobby.
collected and arranged an expansive From a great picture o* Thomas
This Veterans Day promises to of local folks who have Moore during the Spanish.American
be a more introspective affair for in the armed forces; dating war through all his sons and
many. So many Americans have an back to the Spanish-American war. grandsons and Great Grandson who
acquaintance or relative who, at this serves today, this display illustratesa
moment stand ready to serve the It started when Shyrell Crawford living history of our areas rich
needs of our government in Saudi, Customer Service Representative for military service record.
Arabia. Florida Federal arranged a display of There are simply too many local (Picture at Left) Memento from those who have served and even an old Telegraph from Immediately after
Everyone has had a loved one or mementos from her fathers servicein folks to list individually and Shyrelland WWII. (Picture above)Second from left Is Carl Johns whose Is currently floating In the Gulf and second I I
the staff of Florida Federal
close friend who at some point in WWII during this past 4th of urge from right Is Don Roberts who Is aloe In the middle east. I
their families history has served in July. Many customers were everyone to stop by. You"ll surely
the armed forces. The Bradford- interested and started bringing their see. someone you recognize.
Union-Clay area has a particularlyrich own personal photos and mementosof
history of service. To get an loved ones. So much so, that
idea of just how far that history bank staff have arranged a display
goes .back you should pay a visit to for Veterans Day that encompassesAt

Park Dedication Slated For Veterans) y Finally a 1991

the 11th hour, Veterans Day
Joe Cissy ceremonies will begin,featuring the
Bradford .High School Band and For $19800
special guest speakers. .Only

A Hew city parkHocated off Call ceremonies-As part,of all.Starke tha.,Veterans and Bradford Day / .

Street at Alligator Creek, will be County organizations are invited to r

dedicated Park, Monday as ,Veterans November Memorial 12, the participate at in the a dedicate li
ceremony newly month _
Veterans Day holiday. The public is park.
/ invited and expected to attend, in Main speaker will be Captain per
honor of veterans of all wars, both
and dead.Veterans David D. Faraldo, Executive Of-
living ficer, Naval Air Station, Jackson-
is November 11,
Day ville. He assumed this duty in June,
Sunday, but Jones-Langford-White, 1990. Capt. Faraldo entered the List Price $10,128Discount
Post No. 56, American Legion, has
through the Aviation Reserve
scheduled activities for the Navy
for locally Officer Candidate (AVROC) program 000 963
holiday Monday.On and received his commissionin
November 11, 1918, at 11 a.m., 1970. 1991 Dodge Shadow AmericaPlatinum e8r/10/ ,
the eleventh hour of the eleventh day arty
His first squadron assignment, in

of the at eleventh Compiegne month, France, in a,railroadcar an Ar- Four 1970,,was Jacksonville Patrol Squadron,where he Twenty-servedas Silver, cloth, lowback bucket 1 1'0 ajrr !

World mistice War was I.Originally. signed which ended Personnel Officer, NATOPS Of- seats, 5 spd. trans., 2.2 liter engine, air '' 89 165.,
ficer and Pilot Training Officer.
called Armistice Day, The Veterans Memorial Park Is bag. EPA mileage est..23 city, 30 Hwy.
and celebrated annually until 1954, the brainchild of City Operations ,
President Dwight Eisenhower then
Director Bill approved and
changed its name to Veterans Day funded by the city council and built '*60 mo., 12.9%APR. Subject to credit approval. Plus Tax, Tag & Title and $500. cash or trade.
and dedicated it to the sacrifices
by inmate crews at a cost of under
made by all servicemen of all wars. .
The park Is on city property, a List Price $13,343Discount
Veterans Ceremonies...
Day power line right-of-way from the 1991 Dodge Dakota SE
The Legion Poet will hold a Florida Power Co-Starke City tie-in 858
Veterans Day breakfast at the Post substation into Starke,and has shad-
Home on Edward's road from 7 to ed walkways, shaded tables $210. "
9:30 a.m. for veterans spouses and water fountain and illumiatetiflagpole per mo. Rebate 1500
friends. Veterans will share com- so that the flag may remain -'
radeship and trade stories of experiences flying day and night.Still to be Decor package, S.-S'V-e engine, 4
and relive old times dur- added are monuments dedicated to auto. trans, AM/FM cassette,
ing the wars, while breakfasting on each war, with names of those from $ 985'spd.
eggs, grits, sausage and traditional Bradford County killed In action PS, AC, 22 gal. fuel tank, sliding I IOi/
chopped beef on toast. engraved on the stone. rear window
At 10:30,all will move to the site of Known war dead for each conflictare
Veterans Memorial Park,at the cor- : WW 1-7, WW n-16, Koreanoneand

ner of Water Street in and Call dedication Street, Vietnam, 11 killed through *60 mo., 12.9%APR. Subject to credit approval. Plus Tax, Tag & Title and 1900. Cash or trade.
to participate a January 1973 with later casualtiesstill
ceremony for the new park. to be determined.

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Alachua' County whir. oth.r
Police ed checks that were cashed that disorderly Intoxication, said TJ ift. was given to another individual and Bond was set at$5,00 for the charge are pendInC.
Beatby have not been turned Into the Bond was set at $2,500, he was the purses hidden, said Aderholt. Nov. 4. Kirby was! detained for chaJ'i88
sheriffs department, according to released on his own recognizanceand
Lt. Aderholt. ordered to stay away from his
Carolyn Esv
brother. Give thanks
BCT Stan Writer Brothers ArrestedIn Keith was charged: with obstruction -

Clay Man SentencedFor Sunday AffrayTwo He was of Justice released, said after Deputy a $525 Thrift.surety for safety E-Z WHEELS ,

Growing PotA brothers were arrested after bond was posted.Missing .
former Kinsley Lake residentwas they were found fighting on SR-100 1320 N. Temple Avenue Starke
given community control after was Clay County deputy while he Purse Report
he pled no contest to on routine patrol of the Gets Woman ArrestedA
juana on Camp Blanding property Keystone Heights Airport. 964-7783
last August. Kevin W. Chapman, 27, of 23-year-old Alachua woman who
Roger Randy Miller, 35, of Gainesville and Keith Chapman, 27, reported two purses stolen. has been
Thunder Road in Middleburg was of Keystone Heights refused to move with false report of commission -
apprehended Aug. 23 after being away from each other when the of a crime.
observed by wildlife officers as he deputies tried to break up the fight, Katherine Lynn Kirby reportedtwo
tended two plots of marijuana. The according to Deputy Danny Thrift. purses were stolen from her
plots between SR-18 and 230 contained Kevin Chapman pushed the deputy containing $800, according to Lt. Buckle '
50 plants ranging) from six to nine and was charged with battery of a David Aderholt. An investigation t
law enforcement officer ,,"If revealed no theft, that the money
feet tall. A of activityin
tip suspicious:
the fenced area on the curve led '. _. u
Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission officers to stake out the of Best
area. + A Harvest
"Just as we were ready to discontinue -
the operation after nearly two WinnDixieTM Brands Assuring
weeks our efforts were rewarded
when the suspect came to tend his Your Family of : "
crop: ," said to Lt. David Thompson.
Miller pled no contest to sale or
delivery or purchase or manufacturing e Quality Products
cannabis. Adjudication: was
withheld six months Oct. 30 community, Miller was control placedon For The Lowest Total ,.

plus a one probation with
special conditions.year He was orderedto __.n__ Food Bill Everyday.
pay$1,000 costs.: A second charge:
of possession with intent to sell or PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION:
deliver or purchase or manufacturewas STARKE
dismissed by the state. 470 welT.MADWON iTHt IT

Warrant Issued I r -- __71I

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Hampton person who allegedly IncidentThe "ramm- i7 I ____

ed" a county: patrol car Sept. 30 in
Hampton will be charged in the Inci-
courthouse source has confirmed
that a warrant has been issued for 1/ J i

the arrest of Calvin Elwood Padgett .j _
charging: him with aggravated --
assault on a law enforcement of-
ficer. The charge comes as a resultof I
the original Incident report submitted T
by Deputy Joseph F
DeBergalis who claimed Padgett got
into his pickup truck, put it in
reverse and rammed the patrol car
when the deputy would not leave the
scene.The deputy was responding to
a complaint on rental property own
ed by Padgett.The .
state attorney investigation
Involves the only the collision In that
Incident but at least one other arrestis !
expected in the matter. NOBODY CAN BEAT NOBODY
Damge to the patrol car was .
$2,000, the claim was paid by Farm

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22-year-old Starke man was arrested
Nov. 1 for the armed robberyof
the Suwannee Swifty Store.

coln The City-store was on robbed US-301 ,south by a in person Lin- SOlo 20 '.. fAOof 5.% as%
wearing a hood Oct. 26. The person" ;! :
entered the store, threatened the
clerk with A knife; removed'money'from \ I 1i.UJ jI'bf' I OF' \
to the Lt.register David Aderholt.and fled, according Off OFF OK

Bruce A.Davis,who lives near the National Qland. All Bonneau Entenmann'a and All Greeting Cards
store arrested for the of Little
was robbery
the store and also charged with a I Chips.Vaga1\nes\ TrIal SIzes sunglasseS Debbie Snacks Suggested Retail
burglary to a dwelling in the Lincoln t I gags paper Back Books I Everyday Retail\\ Suggested Retail// Price
City area,said Aderholt.Nov. 6
2 additional charges of Everyday price Everyday WcefverydaySuggested Everyday
forgery and uttering a forged check
were placed: against Davis by Lt.
Aderholt for checks Davis forged i
and cashed at a store in Starke between
Oct. 13 to Oct. 17. f
Davis allegedly cashed six checkson EVERYDAY
the account of McDuffle's Lawn o oJfAAK EVERYDAY e '; EVERYDAY PRICE
Service at Winn Dixie. The checks 9 IpW PRICE lAW pRCCE VOW _
ranged from$70 to$200.
Davis is charged with armed rob- fitan d '
bery, burglary, petit theft, six \ I I 1 s sTAKE
counts forgery and six counts of ut- 4$
tering a forged check with total bond I TII1Ij
set at$9,500. MWiJJ
The investigation Is continuing as liii
it is known that there are other forg- '
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: Edward Kirkland 47.of McMahon David' Lenard Harris, 28, andKatherine failure\ to appear for Bradford and failure to appear for motion day ed. according to Trooper Dwaln
St.was arrested Nov.: on an acltve: Harris 23, were arrested, Alachua charges, violation of probation charging petit theft, possession of Hudson. Lee's blood alcohol contentwas
by CeIotrn Eaves warrant from Georgia charging Oct. 30 on a warrant for Alachua petit theft and grand theft, according :- altered lottery ticket and resisting .18 percent. Bond was set at
KJ.....WriterRecent felony probation,according to Deputy County for grand theft auto according to Deputy Jason Bennett. arrest without violence,according to $2,000. Lee was released on his own
Danny Thrift. to Deputy Roman Alvarez. Total bond was set at 1150. Deputy Giebeig. recognizance ordered to seek
ArrestsIn U. was ar- Bond was set at $ .OOCI each, they medical attention.
Shirley WUllanu. 30
Bradford Col- were released to) Alachua David Lavern Sims, 32, of Fer- Jimmy Nelson Carter, 32,was ar-
I CountyThe rented Nov.4 on a warrant from authorities. nadlna Beach was arrested Nov.2 on rested Nov. 2 on a capias charging Charles Swyers,24,of Lawtey was
following umbia County charging grand theft a capias for failure to appear for burglary while armed, petit theft, arrested Nov. 3 for DUI, tag not
were to was
by local authorities in Bradford according released after Deputy a $1,500 surety bond Raymond Randall Bell,29,of day child support, according: to Deputy grand theft firearm, soliciting to assigned, according to Patrolman
County. County was arrested Oct.: 30 on a Tim Glebelg. commit burglary, according to Robert Lyons. Swyers'blood alcohol
was posted. ._ warrant charging cheating according : -- Deputy Theft. Bond was set at content was .19 percent. He was
- -- --'- to Lt. David AderhoU, Bond Robert Earl Simmons, 34, was ar- $5,000, he was released on his own released after a $750 surety bond
was set at$1,500,he we*released. on rested Nov. :2 for failure to appear recognizance. was posted.
13OLAR POWERED GATE OPENERS his own recognizance. for order to show cause,according to
Deputy Thrift. Bond was set at
PpwerGate Systems Cynthia Chinal Covtngton,23,was $347.22 cash, he was released on his Traffic Print-A-Kid
arrested Oct. 31 for I retail theft own recognizance. Robert Earl Lee, 71, of Alachua Very Successful,
(third offense), according to County was arrested Nov. 3 for driving -
1(004)( ) 462-5495 3 Year Limited Warrant* Say Police ExplorersA
Patrolman Jerry Feltner.Covingtonwas Walter Edward Brown, 41, of under influence (DUD third offense
.- additionally charged! with Jacksonville was arrested for ,driving while license suspend- record 230 children were printed

_____________n___ ___ during Print-A-Kid the Festival was conducted of the inside Arts.
1M1 Th- Santa Fe Community College by the
"roo Starke Police Department ExplorerPost.
1 Festival and SFCC officials
PRICES GOOD were extremely complimentaryabout
r 1 i u t : I I, 1 THURS..wED.NOVEMBER fro :; the Explorers' professionalism
tt l J II B-14, 1890. rr% and hard work,accordingto I
Major Bill Reno. I
t 3 f QUANTITY RIGHTS I The following Explorers worked
.oo 'OM., the Print-A-Kid detail: Michelle
-- I Trent Barbara Davis Mary Thorn
ton, Jason Howard, Erin Wilkinson,
Virginia Reno, Bryan (Bart) Simpson -
Sarah Vessel, Danielle Davis
T i d / And Kim Singletary.Carolyn Eaves
made the arrangements for the Explorers
to work this assignment and
U.S.D.A. INSPECTED the following adults assisted: Major
Reno, Ann Reno Charlene Howard,
MEDALLION BRAND W-D SMOKED PORK FROZEN mother of Senior Sergeant Jason
Howard and Fred Hartson, who
though not connected with the Post,
TURKEY BREAST volunteered The Explorers his time had the to help opportunity out.

during the two day event to print a
FRYER BREAST PICNICS very famous person; Snow White.
WITH WING The Seven Dwarfs were unavailable,
but Ms. White's fingerprints are on
file with the Explorer Post in case
the evil witch attempts to kidnap

her.Explorers assisted with crowd and
traffic control during the Homecoming
Parade and assisted with each
home football game. Several Ex-
plorers have ridden shifts with officers
and enjoyed their time very I
From Nov.S-Nov.18,the new Explorers
wil be undergoing their 40
hour Academy. Any officers wishing
to assist in the training are advisedto
contact Senior Advisor Officer
LB. LB. LB. Robert Lyons.Recruiting I
has been very successful
,so much so that the Post will
be divided into two squads, with a

FRYER THIGHS . La. 78C HAMS .... 291 GROUND TURKEY L8. 97C corporal supervising, sergeant the new and Explorer lieutenant of

.- ficers.The Explorers appreciate the
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE community support shown in Oc-
9 BEEF CENTER CUT tober during their successful raffle.
LEAN GROUND CHUCK "; FRANKS or Community' Winner Siegmund.of the shotgun was John

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.'; '"$" -J 98 01' 1 $ 1 91 ..IitI'.. / .:-(.._:: '.:' ;.,.'..:..:- ::12-01. .9 9 C. r. THESE Checking SERVICES f AVAILABLE.Traveler's: Checks: FD1C FliP Continue Vehicle Troopers Inspections License

., : Applicationsr.VIIEET
.A.. : 'tB. :....< P Savings Account Credit
I. Bradford County
:.' ... Loan Applications Mon yptlderaHICKORY
art 11 ..":.-a:;" ,.,. _INDrtwIOW I.VPROZEN ." ...... Certificates of Deposit"" Night Depository'\ r' The-Florida Highway Patrol will

$168 W-D BRAND $299 GROUPER $1099 Money Martial Accounts Notary Public be conducting driver license and

BACON La BEEF PATTIES . HI.t PIIa. FILLETS . m SIU HOURS: vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
: ing the week of Nov.8 through Nov.
IN BAlI MON.-WED. 9..m.-4 p.m. dupormarkrtTHURS4FRI.
MADISON BRAND $399 BEEF $|57 COOKED 2 $399 9am-flpm. HankW' SR-16 IS on SR-21, CR-18, SR-100, CR-K, SR-230, CR-21B, SR-I8,,
CORN DOGS . m SPARERIBS. . u LOBSTERS . = SATURDAY 8 a.m2 p m. CR-225, CR-125, CR-229. CR-231,

ENDLESS LINK DELMONICO TURKEYFRANKS $219 in Recognizing Bradford County.the danger presentedto
? $699 $597 2 .
SMOKED SAUSAGE SIZE STEAKS . . u. . : the public by defective vehicle
equipment, Troopers will concen-
Id trate their efforts on vehicles being
HARVESTFRESH operated with defects such as bad
EVERYDAY Zt) ynzLAW EVERYDAY brakes, worn tires and defective
PRICE LAYERtAKE EVERYDAY'U' II SEAOTTSSAKa lighting equipment. In addition attention
/ S tfei LOW PRICE will be directed to drivers
who would violate the driver license
PRODUCE laws of Florida.
The Patrol has found these checkpoints :
to be an effective means of enforcing
I e / / 1 / I 1 1 a e a 1 i the equipment and driver
s Nature makes the produce. license laws of Florida while insur-
WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. ing the protection of all motorists
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s Union CountyThe
DEL MONTE! Florida Highway Patrol will
JUMBOPINEAPPLES be conducting driver license and
SUPERBfUNDURBAniNE JU EE 0 vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
JUICE ing the week of Nov. 9 through Nov.
IS on SR-100,SR-121 SR-231,SR-241
3 S41IVIftVDAY Ys $102 Nw $130 SR-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR-229,
CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-
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Only minor Injuries were reported Ina Monday light
train VI car accident on Alton Rd. In Starke.
Driver of the UTS Ford. Billy Jo Ransom and
passenger, Shandah Lyons Ransom,were transported
by Rescue to Bradford Hospital for treatment, according -
to Paramedic Nelson Green and EMT Paul
Me David.
The Ford was southbound on Alton,failed to stop for
crossing and oncoming train and was struck by the J
CSX train, according to Patrolman Susan WUkerson.
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The vehicle was spun clockwise,pushed np and over, t tq
striking a crossing sign before coming to rest In the
ditch facing north.
The trains engineer stated he did not see the vehicle
prior to striking He said he had sounded his air horn
several times and had his crossing bell sounding when ir k
he heard a loud boom but did not realise what be had
struck until he saw the damaged car In the ditch to his & d
right,according to Patrolman WUkerson.. At that time
he stopped the train.
Ransom stated he did not see the tram nor hear It till
..ry.rlerrurwrlrrrrru.rrrrsuuilrr.rrurr.nririr.rirrlrnwrrrire just before the 10:30 p.m. eoW_. According to
Patrolman WUkerson,an order alcohol was detectedon ,
Ransom,who said he had drank a beer and agreed-
ed to a blood test.
'' r. Witnesses said It appeared Ransom stopped on the.
VERSION tracks Just seconds prior to being struck by the train.
I CHOCOLATE I Ransom was charged with careless driving and failing -
= OF = to stop for railroad crossing.
pI Damage to the Ford was listed as 13,000.Damage to
crossing sign was $100.

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g Zeus, Pretty Boy, The Dog, Juicy J., and i Carolyn Eavo
= Guest Appearance 1990 Mr. Exotic BCT Stall Writer turn onto Pratt St. The Toyota I then Anthony Bourke, 84, of A 1988 Chevrolet pickup,driven by
i left the scene, according to Gainesville, driving a 1987 Barbara W.Hodges of Glen St.Mary
Place: The Tippin Inn.. Highway 21B, Keystone Starke Man ChargedIn Patrolman Wilkinson. Plymouth was eastbound on SR-16, was stopped northbound traffic
Oct. 24 AccidentA Bradley Bryon Gilhousen was crossing the centerline into the pathof before turning left on SR-16, according
p Time: 9:30: P.M. Sharp, Saturday, November 10 I while in the accident with a westbound Urn Chevrolet, ac- to Trooper J. H. Horler. A 1986
19-year-old Starke man was J license suspended, careless cording to Trooper Murray Richardson. Nissan pickup, driven by Pratt L.
i $4 Ii charged after he left the scene of an driving,leaving the scene of an accident Tate, Jr., of Lake Butler failed to
ADMISSION: Oct. 24 accident on Orange St. according to Patrolman Emma Reid, 48, of Keystone stop safely behind the Chevrolet
A Mitsubishi pickup truck, driven Wilkinson. Bond was set at $477.75, driver of the Chevy, was striking the truck in the rear, laidHorler.
i Live Band Following The Show For All by Joseph D. Allen,was southbound Gilhousen was released on his own unable to stop and struck the left The Chevy slid across the
on Orange St. being followed by recognizance.. front of the Plymouth,said Richard northbound lane and was struck by a
i het t/r. The First 20 Ladies are FREE ... ii'4'4 another vehicle, then a 1980 Toyota, Total damage to the vehicles was northbound 1986 Oldsmobile, driven
according to Patrolman E. W $6,000. son.Bourke was charged with driving by J. P.Watson of Jacksonville. All
\tt information -Call 473-2415 iIi Wilkinson. The truck slowed andstarted ; Two under influence in the accident with drivers were wearing seatbelts with
For more Roy a left turn the following blood alcohol test results pending, only Watson listed as having possible
vehicle also slowed to allow the Head-on Crash said Richardson. injuries.
LADIES ITS YOUR NIGHT i pickup to turn. The Toyota attempted Tate was cited for failure use
Involved in 3 Vehicle Accident
Drivers of vehicles a
to the following vehicle at a due ,said Horler.
MEN AS THEY WORK11iiIIAlIM11r11rrlOrrIlBY pass care Trooper
::. COME JOIN THE ;: head-on collision Sunday night seven
speed greater than the posted speed, Sends 1 To HospitalA Total damage to the vehicles was
miles west of Starke were taken to
r10p11Mlllydirt striking the truck as it made a left $22,800.
Bradford for multiple three vehicle accident Nov.2 at
trauma, according to Paramedic SR-18 and 121 sent a Jacksonvilleman Damage to the vehicles in the
Nelson Green and EMT Jimmy to the hospital with possible In- 11:30 accident was $3,000.
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Items this day, November 15, with a blue Headaches
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Bradford Grand Jury Finds Homicide Investigation Improperly, Handledby

Carolyn E.vs forcement and other available law to Inquire into the conduct of the Investigation this year appointed the 7th Judicial some distance behind her home In An Investigator' for the Alachua
KT M'N Writer. enforcement agencies review the investigation of the Renaud murder. Circuit State Attorney's Office in Deer Foot Trail subdivision March Sheriff's Department discovered
..c A Bradford County grand Jury in Its entirety and Initiate According to Assistant State Attorney Putnam County to hear three grand 23, I. She had last been seen by similarities between one of the
want the "heinous crime" of the investigative efforts In an attempt W. C. Maloney, the extended Jury investigations of the Bradford her family Sunday evening March Alachua County cases and the Bradford -
death of Meghan Renaud properly to bring this investigation to a grand Jury is finished as far as he Is County DepartmentThe 1'. County case which he called to
Investigated and the perpetrator satisfactory conclusion" concerned.The outside appointment was requested The time of death has not been the attention of State Attorney Len
brought to Justice. A sealed presentment resulted Jury findings are as follows: to ensure public confidencein established but the cause of death is JReglster's Office ,
The Jury recommends "that the from the Oct. 19 session of the grand "The falling to recognize any the grand Jury probes in light of clear. She had been shot In the bead.
Bradford County Sheriffs Office, in jury. That report was made public crime to its maximum severity in Etheridge's allegations of strife between Both complex and perplexing the However a U.S. Supreme the Court
ruling severely limits ability of
conjunction with the State Attorneyof ov.S.The that this disappearance was the two offices, according to case baffled law enforcement officers -
the Eighth Judicial Circuit Jury extended from the 1989 something more than a runaway un- Register. from the start. Several authorities to question anyone in
Florida Department of Law En-. Fall Term,'requested the extension til after the body was found. lIe Aid the sheriffs perception of families in the neighborhood were custody with a current case pendingon
unrelated charges. It Is improperto
"The lack of collecting and preserving strife stems from two facts related.Most were friends,and guilt
evidence at the Renaud Etheridge this year courted a Pen- was shifted from one person to talk to a defendant concerning an
residence caused definite significant another the early stages of unrelated case unless the defendantinitiates
We dedicate this sacola attorney who was considering during
proudly day the contact, said iegister.
evidence to disappear, and may running against Register for state the investigation. .
negatively affect the apprehensionand attorney on the Democratic ticket; This possible suspect was living in
November 11 all the brave and her
to .
men prosecution of the perpetrator."The and Bradford State Attorney' Investigator Meghan apparently the Deer Foot Trail neighborhood
assigning of an inexperienced Wiley Clark has bedroom sometime after 9:30 p.m.
expressed the time of Meghan'emurder.
women who have served in our armed investigator to head the Investigation an interest in running for sheriff on March 19. Whether it was on been her .Why was he not questioned
and when that investigator when Etheridge is for reelectionin not
up estmablished. Twoedays her during the time of the house-to-house
forces. With honor and they have requested outside 1992. after search and the interviewing of the
courage and the
assistance he was refused by the said for disappearance, her purse ?
contributed to less hasRegister Investigations window which had been pried neighbors
Sheriff which a out of screen
any The suspect said he did
fought to keep our country free. than thorough investigation. We regarding the sheriff and will continue from her bedroom window were not know why he was not questioned.He .
recommend to incorporate the State do found In the bushes approximately
to so.
said he knew authorities would
Let us all pause and remember them Attorney's Office to assist the Brad Other grand Jury Investigations of 100 feet from her home. Her body want to talk to him since he had Just
ford County Sheriff's Office in all in- the sheriff's department include a was discovered two days later less from He
been released said
today and every day of the year. vestigations."The probe of unnecessary force againstinmates than half a mile behind her home. be even asked his parents if he
Sheriff should be In complete at the County Jail that There is no evidence to indicate sexual should call the authorities and they
abuse but neither has it been riled -
control of all matters initiated found apparent incidents of excessive all agreed they would wait for a
within Bradford County involvingthe force but not enough proof to out. visit. And wait they did, but no one
: IiOlisefvaiiceofVeteraiisDaySaWay.Novi Sheriff's Office. verify them; and a still pending ever interviewed that family. Were
"This grand jury strongly recommends report on allegations that the sheriff The case was reported as a others missed in the search. for a
that politics be withheld from improperly used funds and evidence
and treated such until
runaway as killer
We will l re Closed lijt1 aiid Novem 12thk the courtroom when the grand Jury seized from a criminal investigation. her body was found. Other childrenin
Monday a r is In session. That report presented Oct. 31 Meghan's famlly/or/home had Oct. 4 the possible suspect
1 "Investigators used a tunnel vi- be then Knickerbocker was
will unsealed IS days from run away from home prior to Michael C.
sion approach in that they failed to unless publication is appealed by Meghan's disappearance and school sentenced to five life prison terms
v will I resume Regular Banking Hours on Tuesday Novernoer B eliminate suspects through the use the sheriff.; males gave conflicting stories of for the brutal and prolonged rape of
of the polygraph and other Investigative -' seeing Meghan that week; however a 20-year-old woman at her
efforts. there was no record of Meghan runn- southwest Gainesville apartmentlast
CommunityState "This grand Jury recommends all Question of Proper ing away from home prior to that year. He was charged with
: agencies cooperate to bring this investigation Murder Investigation time. walklng into the woman's apartment
to a satisfactory conclu How she got to the wooded area Is through an unlocked door May 21,
: ''Qe.K sion. Such a heinous crime as the Resulted in Jury Probe unknown.From her home she would 1969, dragging her downstairs from
death of a young girl creates an atmosphere Nineteen months after the murderof have bad to cross the railroad tracks the bedroom by the hair and raping
: r of fear In the communityand the 12-year-old Bradford County found him
UNDEN and go quite some way into the brush her repeatedly. A jury
F ,: Bank a lack of confidence in local law girl, no suspect has been charged in and pine trees. Did she go willingly guilty La June. Knickerbocker, who
; Member enforcement and we feel strongly the crime, the weapon has not been or was she forced? Did she walk or has a number of previous felony con
that the perpetrator of this crime located, nor has any motive been was she carried? victions: for sexual assault and other
: of Starke FDIC should be brought to Justice." established. crimes, was sentenced under the
At the request of State Attorney The body of Meghan Renee state's habitual-offender guidelinesby
Len Register Gov Bob ,Martinez Renaud was found In the woods The time lapse of several days between acting Circuit Judge Tom Elwell.
the sixth-grader's disappearance Knickerbocker will not be eligiblefor
and \the discovery of herbody early release from prison.
1 created many problems for in-
vestigators. Many mistakes were
Knickerbocker said he
made.The crime scene was disturbed Although
who with did not kill Meghan, his criminal
by people were helping
would him to be
history cause a
the search. A lack of accurate communication
suspect. He has two convictions for
perhaps prevented at
: COLOSSAL least one possible suspect from be- sexual battery having pled in 1985 to
sexual battery not likely to cause
i Thatespossible suspect surfaced bodily harm and kidnapping in two
cases one in Gainesville and one In
ii. last year. A 24-year-old man was
confined to the county jail in Santa Rosa County. He was sentenced -
i.i i. Gainesville facing charges of sexual to seven years on each charge to
battery by use of force with a deadly run concurrent in all cases. He was
i.i weapon (five counts), kidnapping, released from prison In January
1989 at which time he said he
armed with assault and came
burglary attempted
to live with his parents in Deer Foot.Bradford .

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Obituaries* 0" .., "
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Lewis G. ;:
Dixon, Sr. Survivors include three A member of the Baptist Faith Mr; Card Thanks
'Lewls. Gorman Dixon Sr., 81, of daughters, Dorothy McClellan and Williams retired as a receiving clerk In appreciationEach The first American-made automobile In history the "buogvaut." was invented
Starke died Nov. S at VA.Medical Evelyn Cash Thomas both of Starke for Cecil Field NAS. He was also an lovely card by Charts E. Ouryea. who first drove It In 1892. '
Center In Gainesville following a and Marth Tones of Sunshine,N.C; Army veteran of WWII. Each comforting word _J1-
brief Illness.Bom In North Carolina four sons, Virile Hollifield of Ft. Survivors Include his wife Ellen C. Each lovely flower
Mr. Dixon moved to Starke 15 YM Meyers, Leonard Holllfield of Williams of Florahome; 4 sons Each gracious
ago from Tampa. He was a member Lowell N.C., Rev. Frank Mollified James Williams of Italy, Howard all who knew prayerTo our burden share 18 & 301 ProduceBetween
of the Baptist Faith and retired from and Cleytus Hollif led both of Ruther- Williams of Florahome David accept our thanks and gratitude and
the U.S. Navy serving during the' fordton, N.C.; grandchildren, great- Williams Williams of Greenville Tx,and Billy may we say as well your kindness ( Starke & Waldo)
Vietnam Conflict with 32 years service grandchildren and great-great of Florahome; 2 brothers meant far more to us than words can
record. He was also a retired grandchildren. Joe Williams of Birmingham Al ever tell.
truck driver for Stacey-Floyd Truck Funeral services were Nov. 4 at and Albert Collins of Cowan Tn; and Mrs.Annesse Melton Has Reopened to Serve You
tug Co. In Jacksonville. Oakridge Baptist Church with Rev. 8 grandchildren. and family
Survivors include is mother Janle Gene Bass officiating with Rev.J.B. Funeral services were Nov. 3 at
?5w"rdof Starke; his daughter Strange and Rev. Graham Brooks the Keystone Heights First
Shirley Yvonne Dixon Hayes of assisting. Burial was at Oakridge Assembly of God Church with Rev. 7 DAYS A WEEK 8-5
Pippin and Rev. James Adkins of-
Tampa 3 sons Lewis G. Dixon Jr. Baptist Cemetery with Crow's Mor-
and John P. Dixon of Starke and tuary, Inc. in charge of ar- ficiating. Burial was at Paran The family of Mary Lou McGee
Jim Jones Dixon of Tampa; his rangements. Cemetary in Grandin under the wishes to thank our friends and
brother Willie L. Dixon of Startel'; 4' direction of Jones Funeral Home of neighbors especially Bro. Ben FRESH FLORIDA
sisters Ann Rowan of e. Keystone Heights. Bryant, Dr. Restea Dr. Gianas
Carolyn Roberts of Empire Al. Bradford Hospital Staff and Jones PRODUCE
Patricia Williams of Starke and Emmet O. Elder Funeral Home for flowers food
Amelia Andre' of Keystone Heights. .of prayers and acts of love shown in
Emmett O'neal Elder 79,
In lieu of flowers our time of sorrow.
may Service
Kingsley Lake died Nov. 4 Friendly
be sent to the North Central Florida Whispering Pines Care Center Nelson Griffis The McGee Family

Hospice P.O. Box 15235 following an extended illness. Bornin Nelson Griffls. 86, of Lake Butler
Gainesville, Fl 32602. Evergreen Al, Mr. Elder movedto died Nov 5 at Windsor Manor Nurs-
Funeral services will be Home and extended il
Nov. 8 at KIngsley Lake 50 ago from ing following
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Starke. Alabama. He was a member of lness. Born In Bradford County Mr.
Burial will be at 1:30: with military Kingsley Lake Baptist Church and Griffis lived out his life in LakeButler :
rites at the Florida National was a retired Mechanical Engineerwith He was a member of New
Cemeiary in Bushnell with Dr. Ben- the Public Works Depart. at River Congregational Methodist
ny Beckum officiating. Jones Cecil Field Naval Air Station. He Church and was a retired woodsmanwith
Funeral Home of Starke Is handling was also a Veteran of WWII in the Owens-Illinois Co. i
the arrangements. Navy.Survivors. Survivors include his son Melvin .':: .
include is wife Cbell S. Griff, Heilborn Springs;daughters l.1 '...."."'!,"':;-'
Lake 4 Ken- Debris Crosby of Keystone Heights i', .,;.,'....,.t. .
Elder .
Klngsley sons .
Margaret O. Andrews Melverna Luke of Lake Butler andJeannie \ .. > .:\ ,. .. '::S:.' ..
neth Elder! of Jacksonville Larry ..'. ".-.....;;.......) .-.:,... ,
Margaret Odessa Andrews 70, of Elder of Hendersonville N.C., Phil Palmer of Jacksonville; 23 .. ,.. '. ,::. '.:' .r. -
Winter Haven died Nov. 6 at the Elder of Phoenix City Al, and grandchildren 17 great. }.::1.f.&......JP/I'. ....; .'"'Yo.'-.:..:._:.
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following an extended Al ,
illness. Born brothers John Elder of Opp .
in Mansfield La.Ms.Andrews lived Eugene and Howard Elder both of Funeral services were Nov. 8 at II;,. ,., .::.,'./1il'. :...;.,'r-..,'." f. ..!

in Winter Haven since 1946. She wasa Mobile Al; one sister Hazel Cl sum DeWitt C. Jones Woods Chapel of Starke '...=:=, '{ :}'',.!..i."S.; ..
with Rev. Mark officiating. ;
member of the First Baptist of Andalusia Al and 10 grand- '.. .. ,
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Survivors include her husband with Rev.Fred Touchton officiating.
Carl Andrews of Winter-haven; 2 Burial was in Kingsley Lake
daughters Geneva Singleton of Tam- Cemetery under the direction of Ruth B. RawlinsRuth Get Your Home Ready For The
pa and Linda Elliott of Winter Jones Funeral Home of Starke. Bryan Rawlins 83, of Lake
Haven; 1 stepdaughter Pamela K. Butler died Nov. 3 in Windsor Manor
Griner of Baton Rouge La; 2 step- Care Center following a brief illness.
sons Robert Armstrong of Stidell Taylor Williams Ms. Rawlins was a life long residentof HOLIDAYS Now!
La. and Charles Andrews of Las Taylor Williams 68,of Florahomedied Union County. She was a
Nv homemaker and a member of the
Vegas 2 sisters Lolla Radfordof
Nov. 1 at his residence follow-
Mansfield La and Irene Pitts of ing an extended illness.. Born in First Baptist Church of Raiford.
Survivors include nice and
La brothers one
Freeport ; 2 Woodrow
Radford and William Radford of Bessemer Al, Mr. Williams movedto two nephews.Funeral Bf fUBftUSUMJ EUSE Uf R
Florahome in 1987 from Jacksonville
Mansfield La; 6 grandchildren and. services were Nov. 5 in
where he had for
lived 37
4 great-grandchildren. years. the Chapel of Archer Funeral Homeof Special Purchase

Funeral services will be held Nov. Lake Butler with Rev. Roger
9 at 10 a.m. at the Chapel of Ott- Worten officiating. Burial was in
Laughlin Funeral Home in Winter The Renaissance painter Raphael Sapp Cemetery under the directionof Plush
Haven Burial will follow in Mt. Zion painted more than 300 pictures of Archer Funeral Home of Lake 35 oz. Saxony

Cemetery in Lake Butler at 4 p.m. the Madonna. Butler.
with Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler in charge of arrangements.

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Strickland officiating. Burial was at I
Crosby Lake Cemetery under the
direction of Jones Funeral Home of. Hwy. 121 S. Lake Butler 496-2266 131 N. CherrySlreef-964-

Katie M.Holton .

Katie Mary Holton 77, of Starke
'died Nov. 7 at Windsor Manor NUTS-'
log Home following an extended il-
lness. Born In Bradford County Ms.
Holton moved to Starke three years dt4nY
ago from St.. Cloud. She was a DEPOSITJUMBO
member of the First Christian
Church in Starke and was a

homemaker. -
Survivors include her brother
Albert H. Williams of Starke; one
sister Dorothy J. Parnell of KIssim- CD LIQUIDITY PLUS 13 MONTH CD
mee and 6 nephews and 1 niece.
Funeral services will be held Nov. Simple Intfrtft bated on antiualtitd rate. MONEY MARKET ACCOUNT $500 Minimum To Open
9 at 11 a.m. In the DeWitt C. Jones Minimum deport-$90JDOO.
In Starke with Rev. Charles

.' Kingsley Soper Chapel officiating.Lake Cemetery Burial will under be the at % % .;

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.* Mary Mollified 62, of Starke died .' Annual Yield*'
Nov. 1 at the Bradford County 180-365 days $75,000 or more $75,000 or more .

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'' Born in Rutherfordton County DEPOSIT ANNUAL ANNUAL I
N.C., Ms. HollUied moved to AMOUNT VIElDRATE .
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83 FOUR WHEEL DRIVE SILVERADO: ... ," .. ... _
Loaded with many extras. $4800 4 FAMILY YARD SALE Sat Nov. 3 & 10 WATERFRONT: Sampson Lake lots. H
Please call 964-5647. alter 8 p.m.CHEAP MUST SELL HAVI BUILT NIW HOUSIend from 8 to 5.Clothes,weigh set,dishes, 2,3,4 A 5 on Breamwood Point Ap- ... 205 N. Temple Starke
2 Hwe) Mil Hits. horn*. 12x59 1980 furniture etc. Wilson Road Near prox.g.3 Ae.870 It.waterfront Anyor .
FBI/U.S. SEIZED84VW model mobile home with 2BR, I Bo, 230A. 064-5479. 7 all lots. ((305) 832-0540 or 964- Cecelia Terwillegar!
VW.....................$5087 YARD SALE Sat only. South on 100 to 6727.9 ..
cades..........$20085 Mercedes clud.d. SR 18. Turn rt on Hwy 18. First traileron 3 ACRES ON FORSYTH ROAD: By *BRAND NEW LISTING Right In town this 4BR/2BO homo could .be a great
. . $10085Mustang.SOChoose 5195. or assume payments of left From 8 to 4. 7 owner. 13500. Phone. 1-407-464- r.ntal or p wonderful family home. The home must .be sold due fa health
from $l 0/mo. Great for starter home or YARD SALE sat only. Hampton-Dirt Rd. 6827. conditions. Mak. an appointment with Sandra Anne Debbie/ Cecelia to-
thousands starting $25. 24 Hour Re- 2nd home. Call 782-3634 leave behind Hampton School. N. end. day... "
cording Reveals Details. 801-379- menage Children's clothes, miso. household i *DESIGNED FOR TODAY'S LIFESTYLE 3.4 acres of ......Ifulland located

+ 2929 Ext FJ1A3C. U.S. HOTUNE PALM MOBILE HOME: Furnished, 2/2. goods. 7 out In the country. This 3B'/2'/i 10 home with over 2400 sq.ft.ls lust perfectfor
copyright. 2 CH/A. W/D. Skirting screeend in CRAFT SALE Nov 9 4 10, Fri ft Sat. 10% Out Of Area the dream home you've always wanted. Not only does It have so many
1981 Honda Accord,Good condition,New porch,carport. utility shed. New 25 yr. 20% off reg. price. Hwy 16 a comer extras, but has one of the nicest fish ponds stocked with 'bream, bass, and
paint)Job. Best offer 533-2828. overroof. City water/sewer on Ig of 8733 Hwy 7 233. Behind Handy Way 964- TIME SHARE UNITS AND CAMP. channel catf Ith.What a dream to walk out your door and bring supper home
fenced lot In Waldo.Immaculate((305)) GROUND In minute Call today to make an appointment.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE Fri & Sat 9 till 4. MEMBERSHIPS: Distress
1980 CHEV. custom conversion and ,
van 882-0540 or 964-6727. 4 Sale. RENTAL Nice 2BR/lBa duplex at Kingiley Lake. Call today for detail
2/10 mi. West of Graham on CR 18. Cheap!Worldwide selections./
1968 Ford P/U Truck w/camper bothIn
FOR SALE 1985 DOUBLE WIDE. Assumable -
Call VACATION This won't last long!
Clothes, all sizes, books misc. NETWORK U.S.and
excellent cond. Call 064-3728. mtg. $268 mo. 3 bdrm 2 7HUGE Canada.1-800-736-6250or305-771- *TWO COMMERCIAL LOTS on Commercial Circle, downtown Keystone.
2BIGGS bath. Built In microwave and stereo 6296. Free Heights, $68,000.
YARD SALE. Dishwasher refrlg- Information 305-
Walnut BODY St SHOP 964-7704.now opened 2 4113. system Call, garden 9645208.tub. Heat Pump 4 you erator.2 couches and lots moreNorthon 771-6331. 10 SILVER LAKE Adorobl. brick home, 2BR 1BA, deck beautiful view.

77 FORD 1/2 ton $400 964-6408. move. 301 to Strawberry Acres. Follow OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: wooded $59,500.
NEW 24 WIDE. Set 4 Delivered on
2 up signs Fri only from 9-5. Cancel rain.LARGE lots river access. $5950 each. No *GREAT RENTAL INVESTMENT 2-story frame apartment building locatedon
73 DODGE 1/2 ton $400. 964-5405 your Call lot 1-755-5114.$15,995 or Circle$190 59 B Homes per mo. 7 money down. $71.41 month. Owner. Cherry St. Stays rented but owner wants to sell and retl... Good Income
2 YARD SALE saw Auto Parts. 1 1-236-4579 or 1-622-2438 TFN property. Call today
Lake City. 4
1969 Chevy p/u, looks good runs good BANK REPOS. Save thousands. Poor ml. N.ofBradfordCty. Falrgrnd. Nov. 10BELLE *EXCITING CONTEMPORARY BRICK HOME IN THE COUNTRY CLUBi 3BR. 2'A
$500. 1979 VW Rabbit Diesel good credit or very little credit needed. We 9410 from 8 am to 4 pm. Clothes, FL 1 miles from town 5 1/2 acre Bath double fireplace, beautiful tile, carpet CHftA. w/double carport
for parts, BO 9643582. 2 can Help call. Call 1-755-5114. CircleB toys, fum., Aquariums, Scuba gear parcel. Hard road power. $3,000 per garage, GORGEOUS manicured lawn with In-ground pool. It'. wonderful
BUICK REGAL very sporty car. $2250. Homes, Lake City. 4 waterbeds movies and Nintendo acre. Terms 9646509. 10 neighborhood to raise your kldtl
964-2796. 2 4 BAS BIG 1990 28x70 w/plywoodfloords. etc... 7 NORTHWEST FLORIDA NEAR .START RIGHT HERE This lov.ly 3BR frame home In the city limit would.be
83 CHEV. Celebrity minor repairs, parts wood siding shingle roof plus free YARD SALE Fri Sat and Sun. NW 40th borders CHIPLEY. 60 acres good farmland perfect for |lust starting out. CHSA in good condition. This won't last long at
and paint Included 1.000 firm. 964- delivery A set-up $282.20 per mo. St off Brownlee Rd. Dishes Baby 1-10 part In cultivation,part in this low 'low price.
372 .2 Call 1-755-5114 Circle B Homes clothes, children's clothes, wryer A/ planted Ines. $45,000. STEADMAN *RAIFORD ACRES 3 acres on SR 16. Great piece of Investment property.Call .
1980 CADILLAC FLEETWOOD. excel Lake City. 4 C, water bed computer etc.GARAGE CARROLL-OWNER/BROKER' 904- today for more details.

lent cond. $2300. 473-2291. d" 7 638-1171. 10MISCELLANEOUS *ONLY $39,000i 4 BR. 2 Ba brick home In the dty limits. This -ot.aklndham.
SALE Fri. 1098 S.
only. Colley
2 '
ANIMALS & Is In a qul.t area near schools ft churches. PRICE REDUCED
4-33x12.50/I5LTGRAND AM Wild Country Rd. 9 am to 2 p.m. 7
RvTs Good cond. $200. '82 Ford .:;. .. :pcTS'FOR! !<.SALE,: I YARD SALE Fri & Sat from 9 till 3. Griffis DRASTICALLY.
.ELEGANT ENGLISH TUTOR HOME Price ho been reduced to sell quick.
300 front running gear and carrier,for Loop follow signs. Clothes & misc.
Indiv. suspension. $200. C. Marty AKC REGISTERED mahogany sable & 7 This 4BR, 2 story CHSA, beautiful area rugs original window dressings. and
964-6280 ext. 272 or 782-3966 after white Shetland Sheepdog male,stud 3 FAMILY YARD SALE.Adult 4 children's REBUILT AUTO TRANSMISSIONS for all original light fixtures. HURRYI I Make on appointment today to this fan-

6:30: p.m. TFN 2 (miniature collie) contact 0649560.FULL clothing, curtains, fum. Sat. Nov. 10 most domestic cars w/6 mo.warranty tattle DEAL!
6 from 8 till ?Approx. 4 mi. N. of Starkeon $195 exchange. Ready to Install. .BEAUTIFUL 2-STORY CYPRESS HOME In Deerfoot Trails. Only 2 yrs. old
BlOODED ROTTWEILER puppies, Hwy 301 at United Network Pro- \ 272-7607. 17I and v.ry well kept. This home has a wrap-around veranda w/1 acre lot that
both parents on premises, $200.964- motions. 7 I WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT your chil- overlook Sampson Lake. Can be financed with the Barnett Bank of Jackson.vllle .
Rent,; Lease, Saier 5567.6 YARD SALE Fri. Nov.9. 527 N.Cherry St. dren In my home. Days 96 -7321. to a qualified buyer. Call today for more details.
BATHING, DIPPING, GROOMING dogs Gas heaters and misc. 7 17"ITALK .ANOTHER HOME IN DEERFOOT TRAILS Cedar home with In-ground pool
FOR LEASE: 1.000 sq ft and 2,000 sq.ft. A cats by master groomer. Boarding 2 FAMILY GARAGE SALE Sat only from LIVE ONE-ON-ONE WITH privacy fence on 1 acre of land located |Just seconds from the lake. Call to-
301 South Southpoint Plaza. 964- shaded area, Indlv. care. reasonablerates. 9 till 6. Heilbronn Spgs. area. 1.3 ml. CALIFORNIA'S DREAM GIRLSIII day to s.. this wonderful buy.
8848 or 4733627. TFN 3 964-9560. 6 off 16 Weston C-229-A. Follow signs. Real women are waiting for your call! *COUNTRY CHARM 3BR/2Ba brick ft from. home In the country on 1 acre
FOR LEASE: 1.000 sq.ft and 2.000 Clothes, toys & wedding gifts. 964- 19003696900. $1/min. $10 Mini of land. CHAA, approx. 1450 sq.ft. fantastic price. Must tell today)
sq.ftTFN 3 'YARD S' CES. ,, : ', 8006. 7 mum 18/over. 17 *TWENTY ACRES Ha two 4"wells septic tank 3 acre fish pond and many
GARAGE SALE Fri & Sat Nov. 9 & 10. 7 WANTED; 85 overwieght people! Lose extras..make an offer today!
mi. S. of Starke on Rd. 100. Sofa up to 25 Ibs. In 30 days. Earn $$$$
*4 LEVEL LAKEFRONT HOME 3800 ft., 4BR. 40. carpet tile,
GARAGE 4 CRAFTSSALE Nov. approx. sq.
239.10 while Call
chair, dble bed sgl. bed, baby-bed, losing. now. 1-800-741-
." West on 100 to 235 North. Follow stroller walker swing, sewing machine 3314. So Habla Espanol. 24 hr. recording CH/A rfront..REDUCED.private asphalt Call drive on for 2 Acre! w/100 ft. of crystal
Signs. 496-3934. 7 exercise bike, tires, tools, 17 today new price
sheets, bedspreads drapes, bookcase FREE PAGEANT INFORMATION; Girls *TWO 1-ACRE LOTS IN HAMPTON OAKS ESTATES All cleared ft mowed
dinette table & much more. 7-12 everyone gets trophy tiara.Win- |lust waiting for a beautiful new home.
7 ner received $500 award. Data-4/6 *FANTASTIC COMMERICAL BUILDING Located on Call St West. CII. Stucco
2 FAMILY YARD SALE Sat. 9 till 4. Orlando. Call Toll-free, 1-800-321- bldg. with large office, one huge reception area. CH/A carpet tile. 2
Country club area. Turn left on 15 St 4FUN. write; Pageant Slate Hill NY BA, nice big kitchen area. This bldg. I Is In Immaculate condition. You must
just before CC entrance. Girls 6x, 10973. 17 see to believe how great It 'Is. Please call today for an appointment.
boys 12 mo., misses 7-10 booster NEED A ROOM ADDED to your house or *COUNTRY LIVING Paradise Lake. 585. 2Ba. 1790 sq.ft. TrI-level dedc.
chair stroller swing walker toys, mobile home? Need a roof or roof separate guest cottage, many types of fruit trees. Beautiful view. $89,000.
changing table, space heaters eta repaired? Need a deck or a screened *WATERFRONT CONTEMPORARY TRI-LEVEL HOME 4BR. 2Ba CHftA. ever
964-9706 or 964-7575. 7 porch? We'll do It for you at reason- 2,400 sq.ft. Gorgeous vlsw of the lake from the 3rd level living room thatconnects
YARD SALE Nov. 9 & 10. Crafts. ,eAle. Jtl.1I; .1;<<,,,. ...tlI'IIAUIall\\ Fypdtot+' ,, to.G huge outside deck. Two acres with on entire sprinkler, system..
children's,women's clothing, books& gua nteed.964-2525Tlor( James or l 'Unb.li.vabl.1 '"V .. ; '..

1---- much more Redgrave St.7. .._ '964-8593 tor, ynn. -/SJ./ Conslnpth(I 'ne, ',,*GORGEOUS IRIC'k'HOMI'N'' 'b NtliLI'iti'11lWrV I '>' '{ :;I 1nO t1Wgvf'r, 111f.redfor

17 this home. 3 BR. 2Ba w/CH/A. Fantastic neighborhood..Kitchen equipped,
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED to help gen- alto washer ft dryer Must ell. Make an today with Sandra AnneDabble
BOATS appt. ,
tleman. Part time and full-time. De- .
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Gr: I .. ,I pendable & neat appearance. 782- or Cecelia.
16 FT. TRI-HAUL walk-thru windshield, 9802. 17 *NICI MOBILE HOME LOTS. OWNER FINANCE: low..Low..down payment
50 HP Mercury float-on trailer CB READER & ADVISOR Help on all problems Fantastic neighborhood Call today for appt. The..lots won't last long.
EQUALHOUSWO OHSa radio $1,000. Call 964-6499. of life. Love business money, HURRY.
I 8 can't keep your loved ones?Rejected? *PROPERTY ON ALTO LAKE 8 ACRES with waterfront, lust waiting for you
FMiBuMr,CM CM rY-kbnt 14 FT. FIBERGLASS FISHING BOAT Having bad luck? Drug problems? to build on. This Is strictly on owner financing place of property. The client
trailor 18 HP Evinrude motor A 20 Can't communicate? One visit will are Interested In having retirement Income from this land. you'll 1 love Alto
spd trolling motor $550. 100 W. Turn convince you you can be helped. Lake too.Anne .
ERA Faulkner Realty Inc. left 100A Edwards 782-9802. 17
( Rd) Turn left on Terwillegar Brown Sandra Terwillegar
SW2ndAve.1almobllehom.onrtorcall BEARY SPECIAL KIDS now taking tos, .
Located Hwy. 301 2 Block South of CR 100 e 221 Lafayette St.* 964-8450. 8 girls dresses, 12 mos. to 4T. Call 964- 473-7541 964-4003
BABY. 17
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*BEAUTIFUL 3M, IVt Bo. Owner $10 off any chemical svc, this month
financing. Brick siding home with CH/A, .' Perm
above ground pool horse bam and many extra CALL TODAY for more C GOT A CAMPGROUND MEMBERSHIPOR only.highlight $40. HAIRCUTS men Frosting-$10&
detail -
160-90 TIMESHARE? We'll take It women $15. Tua. 9-8 Thurs.9-8 Fri. a F r
;; *BEAUTIFUL 9 STORY COUNTRY HOME on 10 acres In Keystone Height America's most successful resort 9-5, Sat 10-5. 118 S. Thompson St
? Only 6yrs.eld.4 BR/2 BA,above ground pool. Only' 78,900. 134-90 resale clearinghouse.Call resort sales 964-5568.Owner Tim Faulkner in the t; jj __, x-i>m jwy _
*LAKEVIEWf Gorgeous cedar and brick homeview of Lake Brooklyn. Priced Info tol I free hotline 1-800-423-5967. Merle Norman Bldg. 17 Fill Dirt
r for quick sal., 69995. 163-90 11 ,
I ) *NEW LISTING :l1R/1% BA brick home In city with CH/A, garage. House 8 -- '
yrs. old. Only 49000. 137-90 Large or Small Loads of Llmerock

*LAWTIY :3 IR 1 IA horn with 2068 tq.ft. of H/A space, 3 car carport, I s K! Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer
workshop, ER/1IA... M.H. used for rental, all this on 4 acres. Call for appoint- IL

ment. 108-90 I $
CLOSE TO SCHOOLS BR/2SA frame home with CH/A celling fans utility 964-6132
shed, price|lust reduced to$32,000 97-90 I

*CHKKEM FARM ((2)) MfceOO houses with a 4 BR/IBA home, CH/A In city CR229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133 JdLJbjiSl ..
limit, all this on 8 acres. Good Income. 138-90 "
w *READV TO BURM Have :3 lots each 73x290 on paved rood with lak. ....
privilege to George Lake, all ((3)) lots for$7800. 109-90 t a a a a a a a a a aa
*JUST RIGHT FOR GET AWAY PLACE lot 'Is 73x100 'In laketlde. Hills with lak. I a a
privilege Only$ 695.00. 114-90

Accelerated Realty; tnc.a
home; all for under SOT. 122-90
*>ACRE IN COUNTRY Beautiful,building 'location. 121-90 Thinking of buy frig; or

*SALVAGE BUSINESS and uted car sale*on 9Vi ocret. 118-90 I I. ou jl sAW selling? Call iis{

*CALL ST. EAST Nice building lot soned .1'. 116-90 Evenings & Weekends
*FOREST HEIGHTS 100x302 building lot on paved.tr.... 107-90 RtdJz3r ? | 964-4544 .
11/4 ACRES 4 BR/2....8ppIOIC.2300 sq.ft.$39,900. 103-90 a
301 S.
*AFFORDABLE' 3 BR/1 BA New roof kitchen equipped. 102-90 Your Full Service Real Estate Office Hwy. Q.'
*LAWTEY S 3/4 scree. $14,000ewne will dlscuw terms. 99-90 sr.. a Starke, FL
HAMPTON LAKE :1 BR/1 BA remodeled, all (MM.MUMS.v'Honws
;, appliance. US' on lake dock,
greenhouse,workshop. 94.90 Davirf L podfje* MSA, CRA: '
*BEAUTIFUL I ACRE with nice:3 BR/2 BA home, large bam, fenced. 70-90 "" a N/lot ./AcreageWaterfront: aa
*LICENSED FOB IIACLF HOME Going buslnet Owner will finance plus living Fleridn State Certified*
.. quarters. 66-90 "Real Estate'Appraiser /FanritCommercial
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tI *4/1.6 A PRAM:S yrs on 2.4 acres over 100 sq.".Keystone Heights. 162-90 .
.A O..T LAKE HOMI ot affordable price,assun abl.! mfg. 124-90 REDUCED New 4BR/3Ba ...idc. Stov., Rein', Dishwasher, CH/A; Sun'a
I Deck 2240 SF Garage Well 8 Septic 1 Ac., 73000.
'. *BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY CLUB HOME :3/8 over 1900 q.ft.. brick large lot
w' 4"-deepwell. ISe; : fr I,S.79 ACRES IN THE COUNTRY A-Frame CB w/Permanent Paint Stucco
GREAT STARTER HOME ON M ACRES 2/1 24x24 131-90 "" I a 38R/IIA.: CH4A\ Fireplace Family Room Snack Bar Laundry Room, a
... mtg. separate oarageatsumable 110x16 Utility Bldg w/Water Elect., $73,000.
133-90 .LANDSCAPED CORNER LOT 3BR/2BA CB Home. Large Family Ream
tlr sq-ft. I ocr. on N. 301 over 100-90 2200 P Children will love this a AdJoining| Screened. Porch CHCA. Range, ReM ft Dlshwesner, 1800 a

l-k CITY BUILDING LOnolx142 may'be divided. Also Horses Cows etc. I SF. 75000.
69-90 ,
.' ION THE WATERS 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick Living IInifte.Ify
BEAUTIFUL. I9t' BB4 WIDE on one acre large a a
carport and front porch. Gorgeous Brick 4BR 2BA
.V' Auurnablemfg. 'Rooms. CH A. 2310 SF, Porches 2.8 Acres 17000.
*COUNTRY CLUB ARIA Beautiful ,building lots 123-90 Over Z.OOP ft on 9 acres pool' I QUIET ft PEACEFUL 3BR/2BA Two-Story Home Well ft Septic. 1 Ac..
if: owner financing. 89-89 a $40,000.
**? *co uwuo.ci: RENTAL SPACE AVAILABLE Ask for propertycaw *BRICK. 1/I.CHIA over 1300 ft on SR 230: E. Fenced bock yard. MAKE AN OFFERI 2BR/1BA Frame Screened Porches 14,1. Utility a
manager. +FRAME J/lin Starke. fenced back yard SIO.OOO. Septic. Large Lot.
*GREAT REDUCTION this. .potential rental Income 18000. 98-90 COUNTRY HOME ON :1 ACRES 3/2 groat room wood stove over 1500 sq.ft.. a .I ACRESI THE COUNTRY 38R/2BA DoublewWe MH. CHftA Steve ft a
s: *ALWAYS WANTED TO LIVE ON A LAKE. Great value .on Crosby Lake Nice *1IIOOt(.. AREA NICE NICEI I DW 3/2 with 'lots of extras. 1 1/2 acres fenced. I | Refrl, 40000.
U. house. 15.90 .Iftt DOUBUWIDE on 1.37 acres, total electric' extra nke. $42.500.'
'1NIClDOUILIWlDlOII Brownlee It"" Beautiful _.. 149-90 *EXCELLENT LOCATION walk to .v rything. CB 1200 sq. ft. 3/1. CH/A. a COMMERCIAL PROPERTY a
I WALNUT STREET Two Suitable for Small Bush.... For Rent
*BEAUTIFULACnS4BR/2BAonl1/2ecres. 51.90 CONNERLV ESTATESiBrlck. 3/2. an I acre, ,mmac. cond.. landscaped yd. Buildings or
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0 INT. FENCED YARD. 2 5*, 1 BA. I.ponslv.llvlng. a
BEST AREA Starke. Brick, OvoZOOO: sf. doubl. garage on 2 large lots. HWY 301 SOUTH 200 Ft. on Highway. Plenty of Warehouse Space a
,: Call One of Professionally *40 ACRES Heavy timber. Highway frontage lawtey area, HWY Ml NORTH Salvage Yard with 3 BR/1 IA CB Home SW Mobile.
a Home 40x60 Auto Repair Shop 3 Septic Tanks 4 Wells 9 Acres.
.LAKEFRONTi Fish ft Swim. Wend
Fum. beach.
Mo cottage. Sandy
Trained Staff Today....964-&069 *NATIONALLY KNOWN lL.cnONlClIIUSINIIS. For Sale to'Quallfled $,uy.r. | 'EAST CALL STREET Office Bldg. For Rent or "Lease.

1 Afttr Hour Call Thttt Rtattor Attociot: *LAWTIY ARIA Spacious older home. 3/2 Owner financed. a SELECTED PROPERTIES
Irtnt Faulkntr..964-5142 *NON QUALIFYING Assumable mtg. 3/1. In town $34,000 I 40 ACRES Con .be purchased 20-Acre Tracts Near Lowtey.B a
1 *BEAUTIFUL > STORY brick ft cedar farm home. 4/2 1/2 BA on 36 Acres.r ACRES Frontage on Hwy 223.
Darltnt Godwin.....468-2503 *FARM HOUSE ft BARNS on 3 ac.Good area.Close. to Starke. REDUCEDcamALLAKlHOMIIITI.I.ItCHA.I300.Sf.10c. a HOME BLDO. LOTS Hwy 16 W. City Water Sewege Owner Ftaendns a

4.,. .Warrtn "Woody 'Ryd.r.964-9040 : REDUCED HOME BLDO. LOTS Shady Oaks $/D, Brookar.FOUR .
*:US Ml SOUTH large triple wide 3/2 On 4.3 plus ac. Close In') E-ACRE TRACTS Stocker, Hwy. frontage. Owner Ftnendna.
81 Thomas a
(Tom) Gro.......964-6786
:1$. AREAS Nice 38R. 1 1/2 BA. 4 Sep. rentals, all an I acre. nag
Jinny Mallll..... 418-2502 *COMMERCIAL U.S. 301 frontage Owner finance. 3 plus acne EVENINGS

Connb. Will m.PI'OP'rt": *BUILDING LOn M STARKE AND COUNTRY CLUB ARIA Acreage. a W.yw.Dwgl..-t4-un BMDesU .** >_ s
i I .WATERFRONT Crosby Lake Canal,'large DW. $34,000 owner finance. 1-7464 BfllSli tun. **4A

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71 FORD Positive traction rear end with 1991 FLEETWOOD 14x70/loaded wfflre- 2 BR. 2 BATH MOBILE HOME central! DIVORCES$95-$150; WILLS,$35-$50;

350 gear*.$150;Realistic 40 channel plaoe only $189 per me. Only 1 (eft- heat A air nice lot ,$240 month call DEEDS, $20. MANY MORE SERV- ClAStlFIIO ADVERTISING should be submitted 1988 17PT. FISH-& SKI. IonTophylayllner.
CB $30.2 front Monroe gal shocks Hurry) Call Steve 9047521452. 468-1777. 13 ICES AVAILABLE. Call Bradford to the Lake Region Monitor of. 135: Force motortrolling a
for a Ford 4x4 only used lor3months. 12 Inc. 964-2700.
Secretarial Services Complete with 2 depth
Iko In writing and! paid In .dvanceunl.w motor.
," $25.964-3939. 12 "
i FRESH CUT ALICIA HAY IN ROLL Mulch 1991 den.4 BR Perfect DBLWIDE for Ig. famllle w/ family Only room$249 a .H :p-\W\ # :ti: : TO 17WANTT DRINK.THATS YOUR BUSI- with. this credit ottko.MONITOR !I.. already established finder AM/FM, cassette ski bar stereo., marine Many CB.xtros-6 radio,

for landscaping.( 782-3140., tfrtHANOI per mo. Call Steve 804-752-1452.. : .. '.' 'P" .. .. ... NESSI! WANT TO STOP? THAT'S STAFF CANNOT BE HaD year warranty. $1500 obo and takeover
OURSI) Alcoholics Anonymous, 9643619 473-3185, let It ring)
HOUSE PORTABLE buildings, 14X70 2 BR 2 BA Fleetwood wI $40,000/yr| READ BOOKS. and TV 984-4150, 96406614. 17 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD M TAKEN OVER 3tchg11-l-8- '
storage building, garages fireplace. Delivered a set up. Low Scripts. Fill out simple like/don't like' CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. Free es-
I ';10" houses. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Hwy dwnpymt at$165 mo. No dwnpymt to form. EASYI Fun, relaxing at home timates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO., Cloulllod deodlinel.IIOOa." .... Tuesday -
301 South, 964-8848 'TFN12X21 landowners. 904-755-5207. beach, vacations. Guaranteed pay- owner Tommy Reddish, 9648559. prior to Thursday's publication YARD SALES
CARPORT $990.NO DOWN 1990 12 MODEL CLEARANCE SALE 64' check.801-379-2955 24 HOUR Ext Recording FE1A3B Reveals. : zippers hems, buttonholes Minimum charge li S3.SO for IS word, NOVEMBER 9110-7498 Lak.vl.w St. off

PAYMENT.Handi House portable Fleetwood dblwd loaded w/flreplac 15NEED patches.etc. Drop off and pick then 15 cents for each additional word. North Pecan. Dolls, tools, craft, boot
buildings Hwy 301 South Startle 964- Only $252 mo. Call 904-755-5207.. EXTRA INCOME? Be an Avon up. 7 days a week,7am-8pm,964- If$3.00 bill billing or. mailed charge.out, th.ro will be a motor, miscellaneous. Itpdl 1-8
8848 TFN 12 representative, for Information call 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from ASSORTED CAMIRA-Equlpment. Several
.. GOOD CLEAN FILL. DIRT lor sale. Any 3 LOTS ON LAKE SIDE HILLS HOME- Ramona at 782-3068. 15 Southslde Elem. Hwy 100TFN Moiling address. : P.O. tax 1171, trailer hitches, antique bottle and
amis for Pick-up to semi loads. U SITES 75x200 each private beach. POSTAL JOBS 11.41 to 1490/hr. For 17CUSTOM Keystone Ht* FL 32656 clothing. 9 a.m. until ? Saturday, Nov.
toad or we will load. Priced by the $2500 each. Call 964-4061. exam and application Info call 219- WOODWORKING a repairs 10. SOO Jasmine Ave. Itpdl 1-8
yard. Best price anywhere. Call in 12 769-6649 ext FL214 9am 9pm 7 additions, repairs, remodeling mobile CLOTHINO-HouMhold Item and lot of
advance 904-473-9482 or 473-0090 2 HEATING STOVES, turn. tools. 964- days. 15 homes, cabinets and crafts. Phone miscellaneous 6405 Baker Road.
evenings. 12 6362.12 BE YOUR OWN BOSS. Take orders for 473-4018 after 6 p.m. FOR SALE Saturday, November 10, 9 a.m. to 3
.FOR SALE Rattan Table w/ 4 chairs w/ publication. Big profit by phone. R.G.C.0052543. Senior citizens p.m.tpl 18CHILDREN'Cleth.s
glass top, entertainment center chair "f'FOD IEIOLIN'S : Housewives and retirees perfect Call special rate. 17 SATELLITE SYSTEM-r.poess.d duo to linens a misc. 7699
12 x 16 1/2 brown scroll carpet 964- ; ..." : 904-964-7694 Ext. B 15 BE A PARALEGAL Accredited Member divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing Clover Lake, fri. I Sat. November 9 t
>* 7095.12 '' EASY WORKI) EXCELLENT PAYI) Assemble NHSC. Attorney Instructed, Home down. $39/mo 12721031.. 10-8 a.m. Itpdll-B
FOR SALE 82 thunderbird, low miles SUBDIVISION MOBILE Home products at home. Call for Study, Fin. Aid Avail. FREE CATA Stchgl 1-1-39 GARAGE BALI -Chrlstmo Craft
good oond.84 Bass Boat,70 Yamaha, lots for rent, water and sewer fur Information 504-641-8003 ext 9579. 1-800-669-2555 SCI Boca Ra- SATELLITE SVSTEM-llka now 6 mo. old Postmaster .Retirement. Village. Friday
with extras, 964-8001. 12 nished, cable tv available. 782-3333 15HOSPITAL ton, R 33432. 17 with cramfaler. Nothing down. November, 9 a.m.4 p.m. Sot..
'.. 351 CLEVELAND MOTOR $150 call TFN 133BR,2BATH JOBS, start $80/hr..your BROWN'S CLEANING SERVICVE. We S49/mo. 1-373-10IBStchg11-1-39 Nov. 10, 9 a.m.2 p.m. Turn right at
Tobie O'Neal before 5pm 9644308or DOUBLE WIDE mobile home area. No exp. necessary. For Info call do It all, houses, apts., etc... Call at JENNY UND-Crlb, high-choir changing Gizmo (SR 214 S) and left onto Hutchinson -
after 6pm call 964-3939. on Grlffls Loop on private 1-900-226-9399. 1799.6am-- 964-2932. 17 table. $300. 4739157. Itchgll-B Rood. Itpdl 1-8
12FOR acreage.Stove and refrig.furnished, Bpm.7 days$12.95 phone fee.WATKINS TALK ONE-ON-ONE LIVE. Meet new MAHOGANY-Dlning table with 6 chair
SALE 4. Ton Central Heat and Air carpeted throughout.$325 month, 15 friends all over America. 1-900-258- and lighted china cabinet. Croat condition LAND
I Fedders unit. Cheap! 782-3323. $150 security 282-7117 13 NEEDSAREPRESENTATIVEto LIVE.Also try The Meet Une"1.900-- S43O. 4734571. Itchgll-B
12FOR DW 24 x 60 3 BR. 2 BA. CH/A. 2 lots on sell high quality products meet 654-MEET $1 min., $25 Minimum. SESAME STREET-PtayhouM. Vary good LARGE CORNER-Lot, 148 ft. waterfront.
SALE 1983 Ford 4x4 150 V-8 PS & canal off Crosby Lake near Starke for Interesting people, earn good money, MAKE( ) 17 condition. $65. Call Cindy 4739464. Big Tree Lake Estates. $12.000 obo.
AC AM/FM $5,500 firm. B-flO Brown- rent or sale for$5,000 dwn or$29,000 enjoy flexible hours, 19047823068CERTIFIEDSYPLUMBERGRADER9.02 NEW FRIENDS TALK ONE-ON- Itpdll-B 473-3185-let It ring) 3tchgl1-l-8
Ing 12 ga. 3" mag. 30-06 rifle with total. Call 964-8213 evenings. 15 ONE, to gals/guys In your area. 1-
scope. 964-7869 after 5 p.m.SEED 13FOR 900-741-LIVE $1 minute, $15 minI- FOR RENT PERSONALSTALK
12 RENT furnished apartment Three hr. excell.) benefits. Second shift mum. Also 1-900-741-UVE GALS

SUGAR CANE for sale $1.50 per rooms a Bath.Utilities Included.Adults Please apply by phone or In person $1/mnute! $20 minimum. (RE431)). LAKI ACCSSS-2 or 3BR mobile home ONE-ON-ONB-LIVE. Meet new
> dozen.Good market cane.964-7008. only 964-5970. TFN 13 Champion Intl. Corp. 109 Halsema 17TALC '..
SI45/S155 per month. (:? Geneva friend from all over Am.rlca.
12CASE WALDO VILLAS now renting 2 bdrm RdS.,Whltehouse,FL 904-786-4155. LIVE ONE-ON-ONE LIVE TOAMERICAS'S Rental, 4737566. 6mepdX-HO-1-VI 1-900-358-LIVE. Also try the "MEETLINE"
310 Bulldoser condition located be- MOST BEAUTIFUL
good apartments. Centrally EEOE M/F. 15 FURNISHED EFFKIENCV-Apartmont on 1-900-654-MEET. Sl/mlnute, $25:
$2,500. Heavy duty 3 axle traitor tween Starke and Gainesville. All POSTAL JOBS Start$11.41 per hr. Carriers WOMEN. 1900258UVE. ONLY $1 Lake Geneva. Neat and clean minimum. 1IFCAN11-8
$1,000.964-4908. 12 electric, !free pest control CH/A onsite Sorters Clerks. Excel) pay & MIN. $25 MIN, (R439)) 17 S375/plu tax month$27S depoilt. MAKE NEW FRIENDS-Talk live one-on-
RCA 25" remote color TV console, repo, laundry room. Ask about our benefits. For exam and appl.Into.call WATER SPECIALIST: Pump and well Include utllltle per 473-3919. In area.
balance $238 or $28 mo. with good special rate. Equal Housing Opportunity. 1-206-736-7000 Ext 3314T2. am repair all makes and models. Lifelong 4lchalO-25.il-IS: one 1900741UVE.to gals/guy l/mln.. $15 your minimum.

credit Free delivery 18009408269. For more Info 468-1971. 10p.mJ 7 days.l5PROFESSIONAL resident with many years experi 30 FT. CAMPER-for rent. Single prefer Also 1-900-741 GALS. $1/minute, $20
12MANURE 13 Call Collier Griflis at 964-6529.
SHOPPERS National ence.
AC/Cable/lull bath.
red. Everything 1-8
SPREADER $400. Front end 2 Bdrm trailer Lawtey on private lot No Research Co. needs people to do 17ELAINE'S furnished except cooking $240 per minimum. ItFCANl REPRESENTATIVE
loader for Ford tractor $600. 964- children. 782-3344 13 mystery shopping. Temp project HOME CLEANING SERVICE gas. WATKINS NEEDSA
2162. 12 MOBILE HOMES FORRENT WITH CITY basis. Earn cash & Discounts by giv- Call 964-6557 or 964-5514. month-$50 Depoilt. Call 473-2667. to tell high quality products meet

SMALL RIDING LAWNMOWER 24 cut WATER, SEWER. CABLE TV, 2 BR, ing your opinion on shopping in your 17 3BR/1BA-lake 4tchgl1-l-8-13-33-39 Hlllcr... $350 month. Interesting people,earn good money,
(Toro) $150. Also electric hot water 1 BATH 964-7498 TFN 13 area. For info send w/phone number C.C. CLEANING SERVICE cleaning the Call 473-4367 or after 6 per 4755675. enjoy flexible hours 1-904-782-3068
heater 30 gal. $15. 964-2372. CITY house for the working spouse. Car- 15
MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH legal sized self addressed stamped Stchgl: 1-8-15 SAGGINDOOR
12 WATER, SEWER, CABLE TV. 964- envelope M A W Research P.O. pets,window & rentals. Get ready for NICI HOUSE-3BR/3BA. LR, DR, FLOOR OUT OF
10 X SO MOBILE HOME" to be moved 7498 TFN 13 Box 723125, Atlanta, GA 30339. the holidays) 7823089. 17 Washer/Dryer, H/A on beautiful" SliverLake LEVEL?? LaRue Leveling Service for
$975. 4734508. 12 PAINTER RESIDENTIALwill work cheap.
HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME on acre lot. Boat-wlm-kl. $450. 473-7721.
CAMER COLLECTORS Yashlca 35 mm rent Close to prison. Call 4681323. INSTALLER fire and bur- Gulf Crisis has lightened my work 1-771-9431 or 4732440. Itpdl 1-8 all your foundation repairs.
w/case, light meter a flash. Also Petri TFN 13 glary experience only.Call for appt. 1- load. Call anytime 460-1666. ON LAKE OSNEVA-2BR/r/iBA-Newly\ TFN 17.
camera 1949. Come look. $200 OBO MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT: 2 and 3 800-940-1800. 15 17HANDY decorated home. Beautiful" hardwood SERVICESCAREER
takes all. 468-1409. 12 bedrooms.NearPrlson.Call 964-61 t IS COPY REPRESENTATIVE needed to MAN: Bargain Rates. Painting, floor throughout. Built-in range and
25' TABLE MODEL COLOR TV 200.\ or 468-1323. 13 work In local hospital. Commission Plumbing Electrical,Decks,Additions, oven, refrigerator, furnished." This IN REAL ESTATE-We Train. Watson -
964.9553 after 6:30.: 12 MOBILE HOME FOR RENT: 1/2 mile position. Exp. preferred, not required. Major Repairs. 25 yrs. Experience. won't lat at $373 per month) $375 Realty Corp. 473-4816 chg8/30 tfn

JOHN DEERE 2 row planter.Good cond. from city. Furnished. 468-1323 TFN 18003314311. 15 Local references. Woody, 964-5405 deposit. Lake Geneva Rental DO YOU NEED.REPAIRS to your home or
before 7 after 6 for best
$200. 782-3978. 12I.B.M. 13FOR NFRC In Lake Butler has an OPS va- a.m. or p.m. ..73.2919.4tchgl1.8-29 l mobllehome? Call Bill at 4739470.
.Compatable computer. 61/4&31/ RENT 2 BR House Kitchen Fum. cancy for a carpenter w/ 3 yrs. exp. results. TFN 17STRICKLAND'S TIME SHARE-Unlt and campgroundm.mb..hlp. 4tpdll-l-8-13-33
2 drives C.GA graphics, color moni- $325 per mo. $100 sea Downtown. $10 per hr. Apply In person or call SEWING MACHINE *. Distress ales-Cheap. I IBINOOI-I h.ld at Kaystone-Melrose
and 964-4990. 13 ((904)496-2222 404 or send appl.to : Worldwide election Call VACATION American Post :202 :21
tor, software Joystick. $950 OBO Legion on Hwy
and models cleaned oiled and ad-
RENT? Homes for $1.00. Repos. Personnel Dept North Florida ,
WHY NETWORK, U.S. Canada 18007364350or
9644202 after 6P m. 12 on Saturday nights at 7 p.m. and on
LOGITECH COMPUTER MOUSE manu- Gov't give away programs) For Info Reception Center,p'.o.Box628,Lake Justed $15. New and used sewing 3057716296. Free rental Information Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m.
FL EOE. Date machines. Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan
als and application software. Fits IBM call 504-649-0670 Ext R-9579. Butler 32054. Closing 3057715371. ltFCANM-8 3mo.pdlO-4/13-20:
PS 2*and com pa tablet w/mouse port 13 for app). Nov.14. Preferences In appt. RoadO 964-8733 TFN 17I 2 BR LAKE COTTAGE In Melrose $325 CHILD CAW-In my home. lunch and
and I WILL KEEP YOUR KIDS 6 am to 5
will pm.
EFFICIENCY ROOMS: Furnished utili- be given to elligible vets
$40 964-4202 after 6 pm. 12 snacks provided. Reliable and .x-
mo. plus dep. 1-824-6290 or 475-
I.. tl.6NDNEW( 19911 Iwidewsculpturedr ties paid, A/C, quiet. No children or spouses of vets. 15 For more Info call 964-2949. 5595.13 ....I.nced. 473.06618
"" No drinking or dope: 964-5685. NFRC hi Lake Buter has an OPS vacancy 17
u CLEANING-Therpugh
; oodnp.eppl CHOUSE and depen"duuM
.t' -
: C; (qr an el' c W! ).X3.yr*. electricaln .. !1! .".
i .;1 i roarnf-b' h1 I 'r. $40 for an average size, home.
de6k' '
arpsR I
I'R FbA,, exp. Salary $10 per hr. Apply In person HELP WANTED w ,''to $so for an extra large of two story
front porch,apllanoes furnished.$375. or call(904)496-2222.ext 404 or : ..
RV's.CAMPERS home $30 for a single wide trailer orcottag.
per month plus deposit with 1 year send appl. to Personnel Dept North ..
MATURE lADY-Needed to live with and 4737141a.k for Renee.
'sAFFORDABLE lease. 4 miles north of Starke on 301 Florida Reception Center, P.O. Box '
assist disabled veteran (man). Free ltpdll-8
to NE 50th, east,to NE 11th right.to 628, Lake Butler. FL 32054. EOE. HUDDLE HOUSE a Successful year r.nt, room and board. TANNING-Bed. Commercial-Home
1-778-O314 13 Closing date for appl Nov. 14. Prefer
sign. Phone old exciting southeastern
growing 475-3343/475-3233.: 1tchgM-8' Unit. From $199.00. Lamp., lotions,
.\) for In loca ences In appt will be given to Vets
2 BR Mobile Home rent good restaurant chain,Is now franchising In low
T.I.E.APARTMENTS. tion. $100 Dep. call 964- and spouses of Vets. 15 accessories. Monthly payment a*
$200 m. this area and other surrounding com gas
$18.00. Call Today for FREE catalog.
8704.13 munities. We have franchise -
SMALL HOUSE 1 BR. LV RM. Kitchen preferrable w/ mgmt bkgd. to owners from all'all walks of life, HOMES FOR SALE 1-800-228-6292.: Sale.1 18BUSINESSFor
bath. $200 per mo. 964-8333 after 5 work In Lake City or Starke. Call Lorraine for a no obligation franchise package. $60.000 plus owner
at Wayne 1 Frier's Mobile Home COOL OFF In this above ground pool In will finance half. Excellent Income op.
922 E. Brownlee St. p.m. 13 Call Sandra Law 1-800-478-4833,
Call 1.100.451.5371-
Rd. 3 BR 1 BA on 2 acree.$250 per mo.$100 Sales 362-6306. 15RN'S. HUDDLE HOUSE INC. 18 the ummer. Stay toatty warm by this portunity.
Camp dep. 964-3989. 13 LPN'S AND WARD CLERKS, 1976 CONCORD MOTOR HOME all wood stove In the winter. 3BR/3BA. ltFCANll-8
Starke. FL 32091 MOBILE HOME LOT FOR RENT 1 acre- Baylor and PRN positions. Apply to aluminum, new carpet, new upholstery Brick. Fenced. Established subdivisionIn DEALERSHIP-log Home. National Log
!, 964-7133 private a shady. Hwy 16 out 3 miles Ramadan Hand Instit/Lake Butler new tires, less that 40,000 orig. city limit. Assumable mortgage, home manufacturing company has all
with of America's finest line starting at
Hospital. 496-2323. 15 no qualifying. $79,000. 4733756.
West 964-7412 keep trying. mi. $8500. Call 964-4061.
2 &: 3 BR. family oriented with 13 RN-OR. Day shift. Micro Hand Surg. OR TFN $9872.commissions Great, will earning not potential Interfere with plus
laundry & large playground..FREE 3 FURNISHED APTS$175 mo.each. No exper. necessary. Apply to Ramadan
employment. Call Mr. Johnaen
pets. 964-2796. 13 Hand Instil Aake Butler Hospital.496-
FOUNDRADIO toll free 1-800-331-5647.. THf ORKHMAlOLDTIMER
Electricity first month. 3 BR 2 BA BRICK HOUSE at Crystal 2323.15
.h 4- /,. Rent 30% of your' jnonthty Income: Lake. CH/A. fenced yard. Ref. Req. UnionCounty SHACK-Portoble phone receiver 1901 lOGUt ROAD MT. JUURT

lCyou qualtty. $465 mo. 964-4910. 13 BUSINESS found last Sunday on Gasllno Road. TN 37122. ItFCANl _
43.35 hr., 40 hrs. a.
.Il you earn per SMALL APT. IN LAWTEY. Walk to post
Itlr ,
473-9748. ACT NOWI-Joln Juice Vending Route.FinancingLeasing
week& have 3 dependents
your office. Close to LCI $180 mo. $50 OPPORTUNITIES
available. First
rent would be about .112 a monthor 782-3949. 13
left the sec. dep. serious buyer Itl I John
3.73 day Cordaya In get
per 2 BR LAKE COTTAGE In Melrose $325
month for move-in after the Drat. WOLFF TANNING BEDS: Commercial AUTOMOTIVET.ANIMISSION.It.bulit 1-800-749-4449
.Qualified Single mo. plus dep. 1-824-8299 or 475- home units from $199.00. Lamps, ALL CASH BUSINESS- local fruit juice

Move-In coat can blow *. 5595. 13 lotions,' accessories. Monthly FREE AdsFOR automatic route. Full company support. High annual .
r HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOT for ments low as$18.00.Call today, cash
tlO.OO_. Lota/neon* transmission for most domestic car.with earning potential. Require
dblwd & sglwd. Cable Is available. color catalog. 1-800-223-6292.. Call
&Ie. If fbu.tng 6 month warranty. $195 w/ox- Investment of $15,000,
.... 13
I.. ... 964-7895. 20BUllnel1 change. Ready to Install. 12727607. 1-800-783-1550: Operator 1.
o/Taur IncomeIf 3 BR 2 BA BRICK HOUSE In country. for sale,$60,000 plus owner will SALE Stchgtl-8/12.27 ItFCANl 1-8
You Qualify Unfum. $400 mo. plus dep. Now takIng finance half. Excellent income oppor-

app). 9645734 after 4 pm. _, tunity. Call 1-800-451-6371.
.' 20 (4)) 33X12.M/1SLT: GRAND AM WILD -
REPOSSESSED VA & HUD DEALERSHIP home manufacturing LOG HOMES company:National has log all Call..Marty 6:30 at 964-6280 TFN good: ,condition$200.days a 782.3966aft. PERSONAL SERVICES YARD SALE

of America's finest lines starting at B2 FORD 300 p.m.FRONT RUNNNINO GIAR WELL DRftilNO AND SEPTIC TANKS Do,. CHRISTMAS CRAFTS Just In time for

:.. HOMES available from government $9872. Great earning potential & AND CARRIER for Individual suspension. man Well and Septic Tank Inc.- 284 Christmas, handmade and some |junk,
commissions, will not Interfere with ..,
I $200. Call Marty at 961-6280.xt.: Inch water well Pumps- soles, some treasure. Pop-up camper and
credit check. YouI present employment Call Mr.Johnson 372: or 782-3966: after 6:30 p.m. TFN. .. Installation. septic tank, lift much more. 3 1/2 mile South on 131:
from $1 without toll free 18003215647.THE ORIGI- CUSTOM SUNDICKS AND PORCHES at stationsNew Installation, dralnflold from Lake Butler Saturday. Itpd. 11/8
NAL OLD-TIMER LOG HOMES AND bargain prices10X12 or 8X16 deck repair. Contact Bryan (Skeeter)
Also S&L bailout properties. SUPPLY,INC. 1901 Logue Road ML $425-: 496-3321.: 2tpd. 11/8. 11/15. Jones-375-3004- .10....- 2752716. MOBILE HOMES
;' repair. Juliet TN 37122. 20 :1 CHESTER DRAWERS and dresser. $:z5 a After 6 p.m.State llcon..... All work
,; 1 ACT NOWI LOCAL JUICE VENDING place.: 2600 Atari and nine tap. for guaranteed- estimates. 1/25 5tpd. .
Call 1-805-682-7555 ext. H-3659 for ROUTE. Financing/leasing available. $50. 4961492. 21chrg..11/8. IIiS :3/23: then/ tIn CLOSEOUT1990 14 WIDE $8995 or $116
First serious buyer gats Itl! John 1- WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOMI Janice per. month. Free Delivery with In 50
'800-749-4449. 20 Noegel, 496.3823.4trhrg. 10/25 11/15 mile Call 17555114. Circle B Home.
.Y': .repo list your area. $ ALL CASH BUSINESS $ Local fruit FREE ESTIMATES Need Howe Painted, lake City Fl.
juice route. Full company support FOR RENT Need Mobil. Home Cleaned. Call Don BANK RSPOS Save thousands. poor
\ High annual earnings potential. Requires William at 496-2953.3tpd. 10/33: 11/8 credit or very little credit needed, we

-.y; ,s cash Investment of $15,000.Call RENT OR RENT :TO PURCHASE $160 to BILLS APPUANCI Sale end Repair Se,. can help. Call 1-755-5114. Circle B
1-800-782-1550.. Oper. 1. $200 monthly. Security Deposit required. vice. Buy some, tell tome, fix some. Home, Lake City. Fl.
fl.f ':" 20 Sid's Mobile Home Pork behind 496-3090. TFN. 11/1. 4 BEDROOM, 1990 28X70 with plywood
r 'VVroube"Timber SBS Itpd. 9/27. TFN. FLOOR SAGGINDOOR floors, wood tiding, shingle roof, plus

( " > BEDROOM TRAILER on 796A, 1/2 mile DRAOGINHOUSE OUT OF free delivery and set-op. $283.30/mo.: :
t f I on left. 49&-2929. 2tchrg. 11/8. 11/15. LEVEL??laRue Levying Service forall Call 17555114. Circle B Home Lake
City, Fl. 11/8. 12/6.
your repairs. 473-7721.) .
.. We Buy Pine Trees in -------s---"_._.,-.tats a a.a-.-.-.-.-.- HELP WANTED sculptured carpet, shingle roof, wood

delivered for
siding, appliances, only
? /' yard or' uncleared. lots. f POSTAL JOBS Start $11.41 per hour. Car- $8995 while they last. Call 5t.v.904.752.1..5Z. .

'I 0,, UCTION.S Saturday t 'November 10,1990 rlen. sorters, clerk Excellent pay and 1991 4 BEDROOM: DOUBLEWRM with

.. Ricky Wroubel benefit.. For examination and application family room and den. Perfect for large
Information call 1.21>>-736-7000
f'(" Call Anytime 282-2431 1 Time: 10:00: a.m. Sharp i ext.ttpd.330ST3 11/. 6 a.m.-IO p.m./7 days. family.904-75X1453.only: $345/mo. Coil Steve

I J'. 4I I 1847 S. Main St. Gainesville FL lot 2
"' i
"y 1' Qualified applicant apply. In person-
!I. Warehouse full of used restaurant equipment (commercial dishwashers training curve Incentiveearn top pay with fireplace delivered and _.up.
i down '
Low payment. 165mo.

; : SEIZED CARS trucks, boats, 4wheelers I deep fryers refrigerators popcorn machines etc.) i while bonus, you good benefit team' .plus........attendance... 3S5 S... down 9047555207.payment to landowners. Call
6th Ave. lake Butler.. Fl. 2tchrg. 11/I,
190 MOOn. CLEARANCE SALE Ex. 64 ft.

r motorhpmes by FBI IRS I 10% Buyers Premium Anyone Can Buy!! i ATTENTION assembly 11/15. Excellent work. Info.1 Income 504-446-1700 for home fireplace.Fleetwood Doublewlde Only $2S2/ma.loaded Call with

1I/1S 904-755-5307. Stchrg. 11/', 11 It 5.

:1 .Lewis l ferchandise Unlimited & Auction Services ; Peat p7M2.2tt/a -

DBA. Available your area now. Call c 0 REAL ESTATE NOTICE

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Citizen's'. Field'on'S i--ii. the Waldo row before losing to Ocala-Vanguard sweep.The. Tackle John Smith,8-0.195-11.18 tab- Except for cornerback Andrew
Some great individual athletes, Road in Gainesville this Friday 35-34 two weeks ago. 'other wing man is Frank bed the best offensive lineman by Rutledge, No. 11, Eastside two pla
quick with good speed Is the tab on night Nov. 9. It is the final District The Rams use multiple offensive Caceres No. 12, an average runner BUS scouts. Smith pulls and blow toons. The tackles are David Hard-
Eastside High athletes but theyhaven't S-3A game of 1900 for the Tornadoes, setsthe winged-T with two wing who needs to be watched slanting out on the wing pitch. The other castle No. 65, 5-10, 189-10 and
put it all together yet. who have already clinched the Dist. men, the I-formation, and use two back inside across the middle on the tackle Is Paul Sykes No. 60, 5-10. Johnny Taylor, No. M. 5-1. 1G5-11,
On a given night Eastside could 3-SA title. tight ends at times. wing trap. 185-11. quick and stays law.
beat anybody says Tornado Coach Eastatde 3-5. is a young team Two Ram backs are breakawayrunners. Quarterback Ben Wicker No. 10, The Eastside guards pull They Defensive are Jason Klein No.
David Hurse. the road for which makes a lot of mistakes, says .Tailback Troy Strappy..No. HO 160-11 is not fast and has an are Anthony Williams No. 74 5-11 113, 5-11. 180-11. and bane Middleton
Bradford High Is on ana Coach Hurse. The Rams lost their SO, HO 170-11 has good quicknessand average arm. 180-9 and an unlisted player,No. 60, No. 20,6-11,160-11. ,
pm._ game! with Eastside High on first four games then won three: in a can break tackles. Strappy Best receiver is wideout Andrew 6-0. 270. Inside linebackers are Walter Mitchell -
needs to be watched off-tackle and Rutledge No. 11, 61, 17012. The Center Joe Hutchlnson No.71 62 No. 41, 5-11 17S-11 and
up the middle. Wing man Stacy other wideout is Altman Carter No. 205-11 is big but not tough i3HSscouts Michael Hall,No. 54,11-2. 225-12,who
Smith No. 23, 8-11. 170-12, has excellent 80, 8-0. 170.10, who caught no passesin say.Eastside. Is big but not quick. '
speed and is a breakaway the Ocala vanguard game which runs a .4-4. defense, like Outside linebackers are LonnIe
Sunbelt Chrysler Plymouth DodgeWould runner. Smith needs to be watchedon Eastside lost 35-34. the Tornadoes. But the Rams also Henley No. 32, 6-11; 170-10 and
the wing pitch and the pitch! The Ram offensive Line is big. .use the .4-4. on the Loalline. '"''a Richard good athlete.Johnson No.31,5-11,175-11

Like To Welcome To Cross Rutledge Cornerbacks No. 11, 5-11 are, 170-12 Andrew and
Country: Valdez Jackson, No. 33. 5-10. 165-10.
Their Sales Family Best defensive back is safety Ron

Girls, Boys Teams Qualify for Regionals good Rochelle speed.,No. 44, e-l. 180-11.who has

Tailback Strappy No. 30. also
plays in the defensive and is more
I.. Both the girls and the boys cross time of the season by one second. this qualifies Green for All-District physical than the others BHS scouts
.l. :, country teams from Bradford High Third BHS finisher was Stephanie honors. It is Green's best time to say.To
.. qualified for the Region 1-3A Cross Clark who was 24th in 16:57.near her date this year by seven seconds. date Eastside has won over
\I Country Championships this Saturday best time. Clark has an insured leg Green is still coming off a leg injury Fernandina Beach Jacksonville
Nov. 10, at the Jake Gaither ran anyway and ran very well said but continues to improve. Paxon and Jacksonville Lee. The
Public Golf Course in Tallahassee.The Coach George Loper. Della Scott Chris Vansyckel of BHS was 11th Rams have lost to:: cross town rival
AiH) teams qualified at the Dist. finished 31st in 18:44: her best time in 18:36 his best time to date and a Buchholz High. Macclenny Columbia -
2-3A cross country meet Saturday, of the year. Fifth BHS finisher was PR. Mitchell Gunter was 37th in .. High and Ocala Vanguard.Give .
Nov. 3, at Florida Community Col- Angela Crawford who was 36th in 21:34 his best time to date and a PRoHarold -
Steve Lee Butch Driggers Rusty Whiter leee. North Campus. 21:18. her best time to date. Clark was 38th in 21:38, his
'The BUS girls'placed fourth with The Bradford boys cross country best time to date and a PR. Joel thanksfor
cli "ODD'" ""s 118 points. Raines was first with 23 team finished sixth out of the 10 Jacobson was 43rd in 22:44: his best
;Remember't( : is-.tag seat on.your: :' points Mandarin was second with 00 schools with 134 points. time to date and a PR.Mark Hardenwas
met 48th in 25.36, his best time to
points, St.Augustine with 83 poins. Englewood won the district :
CarY'o' :[! ij' c1 Yi. ,unpaid.too much, It ,,*,_z', and BUS with 118. Englewood was with points; 2)) Palatka points;, date The and BHS a PR.runners did exactly what
fifth with 120 points,First Coast was 3) First Coast HS 102; 4) Raines
sixth with 153 points.Individual High of JaclmonvUie. 113 points; 5) had been planned all yearto be good
Sunhe1t Chrysler Plymouth Dodge winner the girls'race Mandarin 113, and 6) BHS 134. enough by district to qualify for the
was Keisha Edmonds of Raines in The top six teams qualify. regionals.Coach Loper say "Whenit
IYI //w7ChryiltrHym First runner in the boys meet was really on the line they came
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utn-O a n Phone: 904/755-3444 Daugherty was 13th in 14:55.lI8It to the 3-mile course. be happier for them and for Buckle
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Greg CritesSunshine ,

Industries has at Starke Uniform.Joy Brown H. L. Dye at Bradford Family llancc for Employment of Disabled AJob is so much more than
been providing has ajob. isfactortly while at work.Then I
challenging been
roving the parking Restaurant Mr. Citizens. "
Padgett Mgr They were Jane stated. "I am di-
employment for ovcr6O handi- )lot at Wal-Mart we begin training end once
retrieving carts of local Glen
our Winn-Dixie. nomJnatedCorEmp1oyeroCthe'lbnuny
rectly Involved with the train-
capped clients in their Voca- since 7/9/9O. Joy had this to Kuhn of Starke Uniform.Rev. that client starts his/her job..
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ment Program, for the past 5 Job It's fun!" Glen Plimpton Church. Bonnie Ford at

years. The logical next step has been steadily at it for Bradford Little School.Susan t

would be to place as many of Winn-Dixie since 52490and Coleman Manager of Pizza Hut

those good employees Into Doris Howard has been andArtDouglas Wai Mart Manager .
regular Jobs out In the general with the 1st Presbyterian help make this program'successful.

workforce as possible. The Church for nearly a year. ."

term for this endeavor Is Sup- Bradford Restaurant has been "Their openmlnded w lIng-
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high priority among HRS

directors responsible for overseeing % r
Its funding. What is Supported .
Armed with amodest grant. Wed loves bl. Job at PIzza Joy Brown kee,.the carts out of lenry Albert's.career goal:..to
abundant energy and willing Employment? Hut your' way at\\ Mart work In the 11)Wte&you

clients Sunshine Industries Suported Employment offers people with develop- Year. ing of our clients before dur- can tell by his/her performance -

Director Bob Larimer and mental disabilities the chance to hold real Jobs in the 'This Is probably the best ing and after they are placedat what it means to

Supportive Employment Co- real world. It means Job analysis careful matching of possible scenario for a person a Job site. I go to that Job him/her. It's a great sense of

ordinator Jane Shea/ worker to the Job. on-the-Job training and long-term with developmental disabili and evaluate literally every accomplishment to see all the

MIneslncer took that step over support for the worker. It means a stable committed ties. A job people we have

workforce for the employer.It means dollar savings for means more placed doing so

the taxpayer. than just a well. Workersat

Most of all, supported employment means self-re- place to the variousestablish

spect and the chance to develop as fully as possible for spend 8 Y .Li1r -
hours.Ajob ments have
people who were once considered unemployable.
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gives one a helped

sense of their new co-
Sunshine Industries stands ready to provide complete purpose.re- workers feel at

training, guarantee of satisfactory output during sponsibilityand home and that

1zt training,continued support after training and in the end; self es- Interaction.that ,

a capable productive employee to grow and enrich your teem. Mostofourelients acceptance -

company. is im-
have never .- portant.
Pat Milner making the grade at wd
been outsidean
Bradford Middle Schoola t'a
institu- Sunshine
year ago and the success of ably assisted by Mary Witt ness to cooperate in this pro- tional set Industries

the program has been phe- since July of this year. Pat gram has shown them that ting. When is plans to place
Mllner has been out
nomenal.The Telegraph cov- helping people with developmental you train 6 more clients

ered this story over a year ago at Bradford Middle School disabilities are capable of someone to I r : over the next

during Its Inception and felt since 9/17/90 while Tommy performing their Jobs well and do ajob right i few months. If
West has been with Pizza Hut
that its success over the past safely.That once trained theyare and they get I you or someone -
for and had this to
year merited follow-up atten- over a year a highly conscientious and the opportu- I you knoware
say about his Job. "I love my reliable There
employee. are nltytodolt-I Interestedin
tion.To work and I love the people I
definite benefits to 1t
date six Sunshine In- participation you begin to partlclpat-
dustry clients have been \york with.This Is a great jobr In this programsaid see anvidual lndi- I .-..-- -- u_ inglnthisSu p_
This would NOT
placed In the workforce In definitely Jane. who H.L.Dye Owner of the Bradford Family Restaurant In Starke Stops ported Em-
Bradford County and all have:: be possible without the coop- Our local Pizza Hut and respectsthemselves. long enough to hog Mary Witt lell me HA.t a't proud of h5ployment pro-

proven themselves up to the eration of the management" at Winn-Dixie both received employees gram call Jane
these businesses. said Jane
job. Jerome McQueen has honorable mention this year takes care of themselves and move they are going to need to Shea Minesinger at Bradford
started working the 7-3 shift Shea Minesinger."People like by the Florida Governor's AlA cares for others around them. make in order to perform sat- Sunshine Industries.

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A Little RAM In Your System Never Hurt_ AnybodyAn

Attempt to Explain What Makes: a Computer Compute :: order
th em in whale v er you
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Greg Crites is the foremost typewriter off the shelf) the programs come from?Well you separated into sectors and they a typewriter and waits,.to' typed a letter to your aunt,in
Macintosh Graphic/publishing Word Procesor. Word processoris buy them. They come stored on magnetically store the on/off see what you are going to type. .Witch ita but you aren't'
consultant of North Florida and a fancy name for typewriter.The what is called a floppy disk, (a information. When you insert Finally to the hard disk.\ A pleased with the wording. You
plans to continue this series in word processor is a program little disc that may or may not the disk into the drive and boot floppy disk only holds a little want to save what you have
future issues by discussing (software) that converts your be floppy). This floppy disk, if the word processing program,a bit of information lets say 100 and come back later'when you
software, hardware and practical plastic computer into a it is your word procesor little motor spins the disk anda pages. So it is like the In/Out feel in a more communicativemood
US" typewriter. Now you are readyto program, contains all the little little head (like the needleon paper trays you see on peoplesdesks and make some changesand
type. If you wanted to draw on/off, positivenegativeinformation a phonograph: ) sits above inside offices. The hard additions to your letter. So
Do you break out in hives pictures you would Boot your needed to simulatea the disk and picks up the drive is like the big 4 drawerfile you save your letter, you give it
when around a computer doodle program, if you wantedto typewriter on your computer.It needed on/off information and cabinets you see up againstthe a name like Aunt Rose's letter,
system? Do they wrangle your balance youre checkbook you works just like a record.Your sends it to the processor which; wall. Plus, they work the and you put f it on the' hard drive
nerves? Do you wish you could would boot your checkbook floppy disk has tracks going being in constant touch with the same way. You store junk in (file cabinet).
but don't know
use one a thing program
about it so you avoid them? /
There's no reason. It's just a
machine. A tool. It does what
you instruct it to do. For those of
you who have no idea what
they consist of, nor why they
manage to do anything; this
article will attempt to shed I
some light on what a computeris
and why it does anything.
You don't have to know why it
works but if you have ever
wondered just what makes the
thing work here is a really
simplified explanantion.
Maybe by increasing your tE91All
understanding of what they are
you will no longer shy away
from them and will use them as
a tool. or take a hammer to "

one.Since most of us will come in I .h 1' i: ;IP

contact with personal I II I rynSJj ; ti irS'G'
computers (PC's), this article -i il i
will concern itself with them
only. A personal computer is a
small, usually desksize, stand
alone machine with a

processor, RAM, ROM,a floppy
drive and a hard drive, all of
which is called Hardware. '
Then you have software. Now
don't get mad yet about this ) t
RAM ROM hardware I ,
software business. I'm going to !
explain it. s .

1 First, the Processor. The ,,9
processor consists of a chip and Ik .rl'
this chip has thousands of ,
little cells. You've seen a Lite : line 6Oo4

Brite toy or a big sign that ''
flashes a message across and 1
each letter of the message is
made up of little lights that
are turned on and left off. (like
the illustration below.) Thatis

essentially, how the 4k
processor works. Using a
mathematical form called '
Binary Logic, the processor ?s
checks the fights turned on and 1m
off to figure out whatever it is '!
you are doing while sitting at
the machine. is p ?r
Binary Logic 9
on/off,zero or one,or in the case
of a eel on a chip;
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know binary logic to run a
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know how to spell it. I just
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manages to do anything at all. _
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