Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 30, 1986
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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Parllycl'oudyandmildwith a 30% chance of rain is the extended Social Sc.n. 5-11A 1sI0 4 d 4 :

outlook for the weekend Sport. . . . . . .*A YOUNG 'I'' r't:
Another cold front is moving In from the north, but not much I1NtVC I LIBRARY'P K ',!'j
change in weather patterns is expected here over the weekend, SECTION Bi 14 Pog.i : F f75ITV OF F-LORIDP BCT 'r
which is expected to be misty, cloudy and rainy, but no heavy Hom.comtnp,1, 4, 12B 'f: 1 ttprW :

kend temperatures Band Ploys. . . . . .11B GA r NESV it
should see highs near 80, lows in the 60s. Head Start . . .. . .8-B I LLE FL 3261 I '
Today (Thursday, Oct. 30) should be overcast,with showers, a 50 Am.ndmant. . . . . SB i -
chance of rain continuing all day, with winds from the NE at 8 mph. N.wi Brl.fi. . . . . .5-9B .""---:- ,'ur
August average rainfall is 8.1 inches, September 5.48 inches, Occl.itl.a Ad.. . . . .8-1IB The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven I.
tober 3.64 inches, November 1.86 inches, December 3.08 inches. Area Death. . . . 7B 108th Year STAKKK I
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L1 80% of Bradford County's If a voter writes in any other name '

registered voters will go to the polls than one of the candidates that has (4
the Tuesday, Nov. 4, General Elec- qualified, his vote will not be
tion, predicts Supervisor of counted
Registration Neva Flynn, to elect a'
slate of offices holders, including a t
governor, a U.S. senator, six Florida Retain or Reject...

cabinet officers, and. a state In Florida Supreme Court and Appellate -
representative.Voters court judges are nominatedby
a committee that submits three
will also retain or reject 3 names to the governor,who then fills
Florida Supreme Court justices and the vacancy from the list. Judges in

., 6 appellate justices, and vote to approve both courts serve 6 year terms, after
or disapprove 5 Constitutional which they come up for retention of

amendments. rejection by the voters.In .

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Bradford county traditionally this election, there are 3 i
U, Tornado Homecoming Fever... turns out a high percentage of voters supreme court justices whose terms
t ..TiMh4I ; for all elections, compared to other are expiring, and their names appear -
Bradford High grades gathered to observe the 90-year counties in the state, says Mrs. on the ballot. There are 6 appellate -
I I history of the school and renew acquaintances this past Flynn. court judges in the First
weekend.At .
District Court of Appeals for
the dedication ceremonies for the three cor- The Ballot... retention or rejection. The up 3
nerstones last Friday morning were (l-r) Lucy White,
Voters will receive
a long ballot supreme court justices will be votedon
Herb Thomas (in back), unidentified Harriet
this year, with eilher 10 or 11 races state-wide, and the 6 appellate i
Kicharde<<: Elise Jones, Frances school
Darby Maguire
be voted
to on, depending on the justices will be voted on within the
board members Jimmy Scott, Rodney Hall, Len Schlof-
location of the voter's residence. First District, which covers all of ,
.rvwr man, Supt. Jim Duncan; Thornton Johns, a school board Generally those voters living on the north Florida, frorn Pensacola to
f member for 12 years, from 1948-60; II.A Lawson a side
east of US-301 are in House Jacksonville, and south to lj
rra school board member for 24 years; Rep. George Crady, District 21, and those voters living Gainesville.
i At11y, e Millie Simmons Starling Dr. AI Rother, BUS principal, west of the highwy are in District 13.
.xk\ at mike; Guy Andrews, jimmy Crosby, president of the
When asked about the nine judges
Alumni Association 1986 Homecoming Queen Sheila
The race lor represenative in listed on the ballot, local attorney
Shannon Ms. Peggy Thomas, president of the StarkeWoman's
District 13 settled with
was the elec. and former Circuit Court judge,
Club; Alumni Association Queen Mona tion of Rep. George Crady in the R.A. Green Jr. said "they are all j
Canova Mrs. Florence Matthews McLendon, to
thought primary election since. did
Crady good judges, and should be retainedon
'L be the oldest living BIIS graduate and teacher, and not draw republican opposition.Rep. the bench."
Elizabeth Walker, representing RJB High. Chance Irving, R-Oratige Park
Mrs. McLendon, far left la presented with a certificate in District 21, has drawn opposition
and a buss on the cheek by Jimmy Crosby,
with the nomination of Susan t
Alumni Assoc: presl 1eKtit'F'rfday": Cornerstone by the Democrats, -
:: -* Dedication Ceremonies. Mrs. McLendon taught at BIIS There are five amendments on the I
f, In the late 1920s and was the "most senior" alumnus at- ballot for voters to consider, and
ti The ballot will have the of
) 4 4 tending the 90th Year Reunion. A graduate of the Class names 9 each is explained in the "B" sectionof
j judges and 5 amendments for
+ of 1919, Mrs. McLendon is the daughter of Eugene S. votersto this edition of the Telegraph.
Matthews, a School Bond Trustee when the 1913 red accept or reject. Green commented that voters
: .ti Voters will find three boxes in
brick school was built on N. Temple Avenue. should vote "no" on both the lottery
which they write in in
4 Mona Alderman Canova left is crowned Alumni may names, 3 and casino amendments, and also on
races ((1)) the senate race, ((2)) the
Association Queen by Linda Hildebran, chairperson of U.S. the amendment to revise the
Representative and
race, ((3))
the 90th Anniversary Reunion of alumni. homestead exemption. Green said
., the race.
,' governors
.. amendments numbers one, seeking
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authority for a statewide prosecutor,
Write-in candidates must qualify and four, requesting the Supreme
for the office they seek in the same Court to render
'' BHS Alumni Gather Have Great Time manner as those who have names opinions, should expeditious be approved.advisory

; printed on the ballot, except for pay
,t, ing the qualifying fee. Six candidates
"This is really an event," said Dorothy Alvarez, Class of 1941, of the '32, came from Jacksonville. Arlie K, Sponholtz, Class of '37, came from have followed this route; Voters..,
cornerstone dedication ceremony last Friday morning, Oct. 24, part of a Gatlinburg, TN. Leland B., Class of '40, came from near Orlando. Milo, Don Gore and Adam Straus, in the
weekend reunion of Bradford High grads from all 90 years of the school's also the Class of '40, came from Orlando. One brother, Ivan E., Class of Graham-Hawkins U.S. Senate race; Bradford citizens are registeredas
history. '35 died in 1977. Their father, the Rev. Henry A, Sponholtz, was an Tim O'Connor, in the Dist. 2 U.S. Democrats 10 to lover

Some 2,000 to 3,000 grads and visitors visited the BHS library to view itenerant Methodist minister, a hard life in the old days, and came to house race; Fredrick Bryant and Republicans, with only few voters
memorabelia of the various classes and gathered for the alumni reunion Florida for his health, moving to a farm at Heilbron Springs. Ronald Bridges, in the Governor and registered as Independents. The
headed by Ms. Linda Hildebran. Grads from the 20s, 30s, and 408, as did And many grads looked at the picture of Miss Olive Ray, a first grade Lt. Governor race, and James F. count is: Democrats, 7,006,
Ms. Alvarez, thought this first such alumni reunion was a wonderful hap- teacher for 33 years. Marguerite Prevail Roberts, Class of '34, came from Johnston, in the governors race, running Republicans, 759 and Independents
The somewhat less Tallahassee and wanted her picture made beside the photo of Miss Ray. without a named Lt, Governor 133, for a total of 7,898 registered
,; pening. younger generation was enthusiastic, but voters for the General Election. I

some 600 high school students jammed into the BHS library to browse The Dedication... candidate., _. .
through the memorabelia. Signatures of the classes of 87, 88, and 89 n & .... r
covered the wall put up for grads to sign their names by their year of "More of this and there would be less of a communication gap," said .
graduation. The students browsed through the old yearbooks, which they BHS Principal AI Rother at the Friday morning ceremony to dedicate the
probably had laid for years on a shelf at home and were never opened. three cornerstones, from the first school, the Starke Institute ir
Athletic trophies from past years were all dusted off and put on display, downtown Starke where the Woman's Club now stands, from the former
taking up one entire end of the library. C-Buidling at BHS, and from RJE, the former black school in the Rene

. ; Several grads told Ms. Hildebran they came to this reunion because section of Starke.
they were asked back to the high school. 800 letters notifying grads of the The three cornerstones were mounted in concrete in front of the present

% reunion were mailed to those classes which could supply addresses. The BHS.
p invitations got to the grads of the 20s, 30s and 40s pretty well. No addresses Awards were presented to Florence Matthews McLendon,Class of 1919,
were available for some classes of the 50s, none for the 70s or 80s, thought to be the oldest living BHS graduate and former teacher, and to
Ms. Hildebran says. Mrs. Mona Alderman Canova, Class of 1921, who was named alumnI'
homecoming queen.A r
But several thousand people did get the word one way or another, and special award was also given to Ms. Hildebran for her leadership role r tti
made it to the reunion from all over. in organizing the reunion.
Elizabeth Bensen Turner, Class of '39, whose father was principal of Millie Judd Simmons Starling, whose realistic paintings of the old
-' BHS in 1938 came all the way from California. Ms. Turner showed up Starke Institute and of C-Building brought back many memories, was
: Thursday morning and Ms. Hildebran put her to work arranging the also honored at the dedication ceremony The paintings were given to
i- ? memorabelia in the library. BHS.

i Dr. Sam Sternberg, Class of '27, a dentist who lives in Daytona Beach, Also honored were former Gov. Charley E. Johns, Class of '37, who
a showed up. His sister, Ruth Sternberg Scanlan, Class 1929, came from served as grand marshal of the 1986 homecoming parade.
Loriane, Ohio. Their father, Nat Sternberg, operated a dry goods store in H.A. Lawson, who served as a school board member for 24 years, and
Starke for years back in the 1920s and before. Thornton Johns, Class of '33 and a school board member for 12 years from
Mignon Sisson LaMorte, Class of 1935, came from West Palm Beach. 1948-60, were introduced.The .
i, The Sponholtz Clan, four brothers and one sister, showed up from all grads met in groups, the 20s and 308 in the American Legion Hall,
-. -' over. Lester Sponhnltz, Class of '30, and his wife, Leola Norman the 408 at Kingsley Lake last Friday and at the Western Steer Saturday,
Sponholtz, Class of '38, came from Jacksonville. Ila Sponholtz, Class of and the 60s at the Starke Golf and Country Club.

d Changes: in Homestead Exemption- Will it Cost Me? 4i ra

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The proposed Constitutional roads and partake of county ser of thousands in tax vote on the proposed constitutional:
amendment, Proposition 3 on the vices. The opposing argument that dollars but that the county haslearned amendment in November which
Tuesday, Nov. 4 ballot, changing the the present flat $25,000 exemption to get along pretty well creates a more equitable formula w Y
F homestead exemption from $25,000to helps those least able to pay property without that money. for computing the$25,000 homestead
$5,000 plus /4 of the next $40,000 tax. Cecelia Terwillegar, president of expemption so that everyone pays
would put many Bradford The proposed constitutional the Bradford-Union Realtors some tax.
homeowners back on the tax roll. change would mean increased property Association, favors passing Proposition The proposed amendment exempts 6
It is estimated that up to 60 per taxes on those with assessed 3. Mrs. Terwillegar says Proposition the first $5,000 then half the .4
3 would broaden the tax remaining asessment for a max-
cent of Bradford homeowners values of $5,000 to $45,000. J pJ vL
presently pay no ad valorem or property Most everybody The Telegraph base and some 2,241 homeownersnow imum exemption not to exceed
tax. The new proposition affects polled agreed that every homeowner paying no taxes would be taxed. $25,000. This lull exemption remains
assessed homesteads from should pay some taxes but wonder if Mrs. Terwillegar thinks that constant above $45,000 assesment.
$5 000 to $45,000, Increasing taxes on Proposition 3 goes too far. everybody should pay some property Mrs.Terwillegar said the proposal ,
all, property assessed between those County Clerk Gib Brown opposes taxes. would mean everyone would pay
two figures. Proposition 3. Clerk Brown says if Official state revenue projectionsfor something toward the ever-
Taxes on a $45,000 assessment and the proposal was to tax the first 1986 show that there are 2,241 Increaseing cost of vital services Queen Sheila...

higher would be exactly the same as $5,000 and exempt the next $25,000, homesteads in Bradford county, and such as police and fire protection 1980 Homecoming Queen Sheila Shannon as she appeared at the footbai;
the current $25,000 exemption under he'd favor it, and even talk to his 759 homesteads in Union county road building and maintenance of Friday night.
completely off the tax rolls under the schools. game
the new proposal. wife about voting for -it. Brown
Beautiful Sheila got a big reaction from Tornado Whirl visitors when
Much sentiment has been out homeowner with present $25,000 flat-rate homestead "There are 3,667 homes In Bradford -,
expressed points a a and swarmed
x she was crowned Thursday night, fans Immediately over t
Mrs. Terwillegar. and 1 093 in Union county,
and con about taxing the 60 $25,000 assessment nothing exemption, says
pro pays
the field to greet the new queen. Sheila Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Terwillegar said the realtor either totally exempt or whose
percent that have not been paying but under Proposition 3. would pay David Shannon of Starke.
board is joining with Homestead owners less than a fair share of
It is argued that $153 in tax. pay
anything. many property state-wide' business-local For more on BUS Homecoming, see Page IB of this edition of the
persons who pay no property tax Clerk Brown points out the $25,000 a Telegraph.
have! children in school, use county homestead exemption cost the coun- government coalition, urging a yes


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Career Day...

College Career Day is set from
8-11 30 a.m. Friday, Oct. 31, in the
library at Bradford High School. wa
Some 50 representatives from interested L (; r
community colleges, state 14
universities, vocational schools, _
and the Armed Forces are expected -
to attend. It is a real opportunity I
for students to gain information r
from the best sources. The .
public is invited to attend. '

Square Dance... 1a _

Bob Belanger of Jacksonville will I /
be the guest caller this Saturday,
Nov 1. for a mainstream square -

dance Center at the Kingsley Lake Civic -r- ___ xs

Each Tuesday, 8p.m., Kingsley ) '? '.4/;/ I
Lake Civic Center. Plus level. 2
Mainstream dance, first Satur I,
of each month 7
day same place,
p.m workshop, 8 p.m. mainstream ...Ii,.... _"T 1"11.1." .__ I!!!!!!!!!!!.... ... .. "" 1 '''' 1' I
If interested in square dance The Sponholtz Clan... Something to Remember... C

more lessons information., please call 964-7955 for The Sponholtz Clan, four brothers and one sister, also the Class of'40,came from Orlando.One brother Marguerite Prevail Roberts, BUS Class of 1934, now from Tallahassee, i
showed up for the BUS Anniversry Reunion. Lester Ivan E., Class of'35 died In 1977. Their father, the Rev. poses with a picture of her first grade teacher Miss Olive Ray who
Sponholtz, Class of '30, and his wife, Leola Norman Henry A. Sponholtz, was an Itenerant Methodist taught first grade in Bradford schools for 33 years.
Sponholtz, Class of '38, came from Jacksonville lla minister, a hard life in the old d.e came to
Space .. farm
Sponholtz, Class of '32, came from Jacksonville. ArlieK. Florida for his health, moving to a at Hellbron
Grayhound bus to Billy Graham Sponholtz, Class of '37, came from Gatlinburg, TN. Springs.
6.Crusade in Tallahassee, November Iceland B., Class of'40. came from near Orlando. Milo, i

$18 round trip leaving Starke at 1 '

964-5358 Crusade.p.m. and or returning Call Tela Bob Helsth Shannon after at the 9645929.at Starke American Legion Post 56 to Host Memorial CeremonyThe ., I

Jones-Langford-White who gave their lives in the cause of The first post commander was The land where the courthouse' couldn't make the turn because of a
B-Books... American Legion Post 56, Starke, freedom.At Arch Thomas Sr., clerk of Bradford now stands came under the controlof standing pine. The building sat on
will host a breakfast, followed by a 11 a.m., Col.\ William Ott, who County Court for 20 years during the A.J. Thomas Jr., and he made it the street corner two or three days,
"B" Books and T-shirts are still Memorial ceremony on Veterans lives in Gainesville and heads up the 1930s and 40s. Post adjutant was available to the Legion post. There until the owner could be talked into .
available and on sale by writing to: Day, Tuesday, November 11. Jr. ROTC in Bradford High School, N.D. Wainwright,former mayor and were several acres in the tract, allowing the tree to be cut.
BUS Alumni Association, 581 N. The breakfast will be held in the will be the featured speaker.The state representative (1945-47). The which included lots where the two Since last Memorial Day, AI
Temple Ave., Starke FL, 32091. newly renovated American Legion public is invited, and urged to Legion met in a log cabin built by the service stations are now located. Crosby and Dick Coss have worked
B-Books are $5, alumni member- Hall at 715 Edwards Road between attend the memorial services, WPA on W. Call St. for several This generosity by Thomas precluded full time on enlarging the present
ship is $5, and T-Shirts (be sure to 8-9:15: a.m. All veterans from all demonstrating their appreciationfor years. The land and building may his making a substantial profit building on Edwards Road. The
state size) are $7. wars, along with their spouses, are veteran's contributions to our nation have been donated by the late R.A. through development of the proper-- original building is 30 by 50 feet and
invited to attend this part of the pro- and support for the young peo- (Lex) Green, since the land revertedto ty. The log cabin was moved to the an additional 30 by 50 foot room is
gram. ple currently in uniform. him when the Legion bought pro- lot. One Legionnaire rememberedthe being added onto the back of the
Ugly... The Memorial Ceremony will be perty on North Temple Avenue, and mover attempting to turn on original building, giving the Post 56
This year's third annual Miz Ugly held at the veterans memorial at the moved the building. Orange( st. with .the _building, but home 3,000 square feet.;j.
Contest, sponsored by the All- intersection of US-301S and south Post 56 History... -
Sports Club of Bradford High, is Walnut Street. The program will American Legion Post 56 was
scheduled for Nov. 15, at 7:30: p.m. begin at 10:30: a.O'with several chartered in 1930, and named for

in the High School Auditorium organizations taking part in the activities three young men from the Starke Terwillegar Motors .. .... .. .
where 15 lovely contestants will which will include the laying area of Bradford county, who gave -
strut their stuff. Admission $2. of wreaths in remembrance of those their lives in WW1. _

Halloween Dance... -- Your TruckHeadquarters [ ]: : I

A Halloween dance is set at O
Bradford Middle School Saturday, l i1mI
Nov 1, from 7.10 p.m., sponsoredby .
the Parent/Teacher Organization. -

All. middle school students of Florida and Georgia n
Bradford County are invited. During -
the dance, door prizes will be DRESS & GIFT SHOPs
given and photo portraits taken
upon student request. We hope -
everyone wears a Halloween You ..:CanSAVE
costume and attends the dance. ."...,

Horse Show... -
A Horse Fun Show set at 9 a.m.
Saturday, Nov. 1, at Krimp's
Ranch on SR-21 in Melrose will BIG
open the fall season for the Lake (ordeaui originated In a small on
Area Horseman's Association. midwestern American town with ;t ,
three women who said they were 4 iA .1U.
"bored"and wished to make nt.
Upcoming... some"dough," thus YourNew
the name Bordeaux
.CPA Eddie Douglas of Davis, Worn lounging aroundthe
Monk, Farnsworth & Co. will house,to grocery
discuss tax reform at the October store, or aa a leisurely 4 Trucki
Chamber luncheon set at noon today pe outfit Bordeaux
i Thursday, Oct. 30) in the always maintains its
Western Steer Steak House. quality and.
The BHS Alumni Association is uniqueness.This smallcompany
set to meet at 7 p.m. tonight In the
(Thursday, Oct. 30) in the BHS center of rural Used Cars
library. North America
The monthly meeting of the provides customers
Starke Zoning Board is set at 7 with thesensitivity
p.m. tonight (Thursday, Oct. 30) in products In its ,

city hall. they desire.Toddlers! .

The annual dinner meeting of Queen SlwBradford thru. -
the DuPont 25-Year Club is set Fri-
day. Oct. 31, at 6 p.m. Letters will Squart Shopping Ctr. i -to-.
be mailed soon regarding details. Open.M-Sa._9:30-5:30 964.50511
The Bradford County Commission 3 Dr.
is set to meet Monday, Nov. 3, Mustang 1985.Mercury TOltaz.
at 9:30: a.m. in the meeting room lit Auto, A/C Stereo Cass. $ 4 Door Auto. $
9 4 9 5 '
the The courthouse Board of on Directors N. Temple of the Ave. LEGAL NOTICENotice T-Tops . . . . A/C . .: . . ti 99 5

Braford-Union Realtors Associationis
set to meet at noon Monday, 1985 Lincoln 1985 Ford 1985 Crown
Nov 3 at the Chamber of Com is
hereby given that the 1986
merce building at Madison and Town Car .Escort 4 Dr. Victoria 2 Dr
Walnut Streets in Starke. certified tax rolls have been delivered by (While) 11.000 miles Loaded w/Lealher Inl

Lawtey The monthly city commission meeting is of set the at the Property Appraiser to the Tax Collec $14,49500 $5,49500 $10,99500

7:30 hall.: p.m. Monday, Nov. 3, in city tor. Tax rolls are open for collection for

The first Tuesday meeting of the all Real Estate Tangible and Railroad
city commission of Starke is set at ,
7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 4, in city taxes for Bradford County, SJRD, Starke, 1985 Cutlass
1984 Cadillac 1984 Z28 Camaro
hall.A meeting of the parents of Lawtey, Hampton and Brooker as of Cierra "LS" El Dorado T-Tops. 15,000 miles
members of the Sophomore Class 4 Dr Sunroof. Loaded
at Bradford High is set at 7:30 p.m. November 1st in the office of the Tax Col "Blarrllz" ((27,000 New!) loaded
Thursday, Nov. 4, in the BHS
library. All interested parents are lector, Bradford County Courthouse, $14,495 $9,49500

invited to attend. For more information Starke, FL, Telephone: 964-6280, Office $8,99500 ,
phone 964-8092, for Wanda
Smith. hours: 8:00: to 5:00: Monday thru Friday except -
Veterans of all foreign wars will
be honored in Starke at a 10 a.m. legal holidays. 1984 Escort 1984 Jlanger 1983 Dodge
Tuesday, Nov. 11, spon-
sored by American Legion Post 56. # Dr., Beige, A/C Pickup Challenger

The Brooker city commission I If f taxes 2 Dr AulD, A/C
meets the second Tuesday, which is $3 99500 $14,49500 .
Nov. 11, at 7:30 p.m. in city hall. ,
The city commission of Hampton $3,49500

meets at 7 p.m. the second November . . .4% Discount
Tuesday of the month, which is

Nov. 11. December . . . 3% Discount

Board The of monthly Governors meeting of the of Starke-the January . . . 2% Discount 1982 Ford Crown 1981 Mustang 1980 Lincoln r 1980 Honda Accord

Bradford been delayed Chamber for of one Commercehas week, un- February . . . 1 % Discount Victoria, 4 Dr. 2 Dr? A/C Mark IV 2 Door
Thursday, Nov. 13, in Aulo., A/C # Dr" 52.000 miles
til the 12:158.m.: Center board March . . . . Discount $2 99500 $2 49500
$3 49500
room. April . . . . . . Penalty $7,99500TERWlLLEGARl.QTORS
Displaying Christmas ideas, ex-
changing and sampling special holi-
day recipes will be the topic of the
Bradford County Extension Esther Hall,
Homemaker's Club set to meet at ;
Tax Collector
10 a.m. Thursday, Nov 13, in the
Agriculture Building on US-301 Bradford County 206 W. Madison-Starke 9647200Jax 388FORDG'ville 377-10
north at the fairgrounds. Anyone
interested is welcome to attend. I


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What grades are to be taught in through additional taxes and/or bore nent construction, and are readily to'' t "' :'ti ....
outlying schools became the central rowing against future revenue. Dun- accepted by instructional staff and
question In a,round-table discussionof can told the group that the state students, Register said. -r I
long-range school building plans budget is $16 billion, with education Lawtey Correctional Institution
Monday, Oct. 27. receiving 75% of the total funds. has built a number of portables! for 1
Supt. Jim Duncan says he can Dade County alone needs more the school system, eliminating labor -' 4 ,
make a good case for almost any money that the total state budget, to cost, and saving the county addi- :
plan decided upon. Duncan said he meet Its building needs. A task force tional money. v N
will have a recommendation in has concluded that Dade County Becker pointed out that K-2 grades t
December or January. needs 16 new elementary schools in cannot be housed in portables,
Four members of the current the northern half of the county, and unless restroom facilities are included -
school board were present: Len haven't finished the survey, said SS in the building. However, these
Schlofman, Judy Becker, Jimmy Principal Jesse Moore, on a school grades can be handled with present 1 .
Scott and R.P. Hall. Two newly survey team there. facilities, if 6th grade and above are --
elected members, James Wainwright transported to a central middle
and Evelyn Chastain, who 1983 Survey... school. i
will be seated at the first meeting in A survey of Bradford schools was
January were also present,and participated made in 1983, but has never been Im- The Key...
in the 2'-hour conversa- plemented. That survey recommended Hall said "we've reacted to community
tion.Although that the outlying schools be pressures. I think we should 4
terms of the new board K-5,with grades 6-8 being bused into make long range plans." i- f
members will begin Jan.l,the board Starke. Becker asked "What Is educationally S 4
will hold an organizational meeting Supt. Duncan stated "The 1983 sound?"
Tuesday, Nov. 18, at 7 p.m. survey would still be good, if all .Every question surfaced dependedon
grades above 5th were brought into a decision t
by the board
Long Plans. the middle ,e : ( -
Range .. school. The middle establishing grade levels in the
Supt. Duncan told the group that a school would then have 1,100 coummunity schools. The board
long range task force was named students. Board member Rodney returned to the question a number of
last April to study the physical Hall said "We've shifted grades to times, but gave no indication of the
plants of the school system and meet immediate needs, rather than direction in which it would move. ra t
make recommendations for the best long range planning." Supt. Duncan will make his ;
utilization of the structures. The "We need to state on record,when. recommendation in December of
task force was.. specifically Instructed the board decides, the configurationof i January, after which it is expected ;
to consider the plan of grade levels at local school the board will render a decision.
swapping buildings between the high centers. This is important," said : i 1k
school and the middle school. Duncan. Gambling Opposed... iJfL
Since April, the task force has met Portable "I think the school board should :4
several times, and have provided know ,.
my position on two of the -- -
recommendations for spending cur- If outlying centers are confined to amendments that will be the
rent capital outlay funds, but have K-5 grades, the middle school will ballot. I oppose both the lottery and A Lawtey First: A Traffic Light on US-301... ._ .
not addressed the term require additional classroom
long ques- space, casino amendments." Duncan
tions as yet. The task force will hear and will have portables constructed. to say that he does not favor wenton The City of Lawtey on US-301 in northern Bradford light was turned on last Friday were I-r): Fire Chief
recommendations by Supt. Duncan Maintenance Supervisor Leonard gambling, that the amendment does County can now do something the town has been trying Bill Crouse DOT traffic specialist Hascom Akins, In
in December or January, and will Register told the group that portables nothing to assure the will be to do for the past 22 years... stop traffic on US-301. charge or installing the signals; Mayor Robert Scott '
render its final report, early in the cost approximately 50%of the earmarked for education money,or that the Nobody in town objects to the traffic signal, says Commissioner Buster Bennett, Maintenance Supervisor .1
calendar year, 1987. price of permanent classrooms. Por- legislature will not reduce Police Chief M.M. Jordan. It is becoming more difficult Danny Phillips, DOT traffic signal specialist Don I
Task force members are' Rodney tables is really a mis-nomer, since revenue appropriations to general offset by degrees to get across 4-laned US-301 without a Fullerton and Police Chief M.M. Jordan who has lead
Hall, Mike Reddish, Gene Tanner, the buildings are not really mobile. gambling income. traffic signal, says City Commissioner Buster Bennett. the fight to get the signal.
J.E. Mott, Leonard Register, Dewey They contain insulation, carpetingand There was no dissent from any Gathered for a ribbon cutting ceremony when the
McKinney, Jim Duncan and a other amenities found In perma board mentor
representative from each school

Two Questions.!
The questions confronting the task SERVlitTAR
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amendment, with 70% of residences ';. .
being exempt from paying any real
estate taxes. However, Supt. Dun- Now Thru Sat., Nov. 8
can is opposed to changing the
amendment as it on the '.. .
Nov. 4 ballot. appears . .
The first question, mentioned {Ii Poulcm t

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Florida's on Way to Greatness V /

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Pioneer settlers of our frontier land learned the In his promise to continue the "Reagan Revolu- :: -
Lard way the wisdom ol the old warning: "Don't tion", whatever that is, Martinez mimics the tactics c TLL- 4 .
change horses in the middle 01 the stream." To do of his idol by saying that Pajcic "never met a '
so then most certainly meant death from fitrrely tax he didn't like"Just as Reagan branded his __
defensive Indian tribes. To do so now could mean Democratic opponent in the last Presidential election _
a setback in Florida's progress lor the rest of this as a "tax and spender". Certainly, tax and
century spend, as distasteful as it is, Is light years ahead of '' Ifr

Steve Pajcic was not The Telegraph's choice for Reagan's policy of "borrow and spend."

Governor in the First Primary. For reasons we Although Martinez is generally credited with
thought to be right at the time, we chose Senator having been a competent administrator as mayorof
Harry Johnston for this position of power and Tampa, his record is just now becoming con-
trust, in the belief that he was the best qualified troversial with some of his fellow Tampans claim-
and best equipped man in the raceone who could ing he is taking credit for improvements that were
guide the destinies of Florida during the crucial actually started or accomplished by his two '
lour years starting January 1987. Any man who predecessors in office (see Florida Times-Union, _- '., .. q'
could prevail over the powerful reactionary forces Oct. 28))
that once ruled our Florida Legislature, and survive ,
critics that
It is also claimed by some Tampa
to become a respected president! ol the Senate and
although he "got rid of a lot of waste
has! proven ability to guide our Ship ol State. But bonded
deadheads" in city government, the city's
Johnston was early-on victimized by the indebtedness rose from $80 million to almost $600 ,
capriciousness of his one-time running mate, who million during his administration JI "Tr-iiIL: : r'
robbed both himself and Johnston ol an almost ,
certain win as a team in the Primaries. Martinez also lacks the valuable legislative experience -
that Pajcic has earned during this twelve
With Johnston out of the running, we now place roles
in leadership in state government. I
our hopes lor a smooth and unbroken transfer of years : "
with t"i"" "
This experience legislative giveandtakewill .
:state government in 1987 on the shoulders of Steve be an invaluable asset to Pajcic in dealings ; ."V" ,
Pajcic. the Democratic nominee. with the House and Senate. Members of the Bradford County Ministerial Alliance adopted the following resolution -
i well -.n at their meeting Monday, Oct. 27, opposing the state lottery and casino gambling
Pajcic is qualified by legislative ,
experience -
Martinez has also given no indication that he amendments on the November 4 election ballot:
to follow the tradition of leadership set
has a on the overwhelming problems that
by those two sterling occupants of the Governor's Florida grasp will face in managing the growth to be experienced Participating ministers pictured above, left to right, are: .
mansion, Keubin Askew and Bob Graham. If in the last 13 years of this century Pa- Seated: Rev. Jerry Patton, First Presbyterian Church; Fr Gil Crosby, St Mark's
elected, Pajcic's two predecessors will have left jcic and his running mate, Senator Frank Mann, Episcopal (writing resolution); Rev. Wilson Ballard, First Methodist.
him "a hard act to follow, but one that we feel have compiled almost perfect legislative recordsin Nine Reasons Standing: Rev. Tom Crofton, First Christian; Rev Robert Gillis, Madison Street
Pajcic is capable of and determined to match. their support of environmental issues, such as To Oppose LotteryDear Baptist; and Rev Walter F. Montz, the Church of God. ,

Much has been made of records in this cam- water and wetlands protection, comprehensive Editor:

paign. Pajcic's Republican opponent, Bob Mar- planning, hazardous waste control, land acquisition After study and time with Dr RESOLUTIONWHEREAS
tinez, is an erstwhile Democrat who says he didn't and control, beach erosion and the many Patrick Anderson, Criminologist spent and a state operated lottery and casino gambling en-
leave the party"it left me." A real fighter would other facets of growth management that must be
and God's
lotteries than
Specialist on organized courage dependence on chance rather on pro-
have remained with his party and tried to effect faced in the near future.
crime, I would like to on the following
pass vidence, andWHEREAS
the changes he desired rather than defect
Martinez, on the other hand, in his record and reasons why voters should vote NO on
another party whose record of support for the spoken pronouncements, indicates a preferencefor amendments 2 and 5 on Election Day. a lottery will function as a tax which places the

philosophically'common man"and is historically lacking, both the interests of developers, over and above the 1. Amendment 5 is deliberately greatest burden on those who can least afford it, and

pragmatically.To concerns of environmentalists. At the very least, misleading to the people of Florida. It is WHEREAS has historically been an avenue
quote more homespun philosophy, "You he should accord them equal consideration. He touted as an "educational lottery" while it casino gambling
can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear." shrugs off "growth management" as a new- really has nothing to do with education. for increased activity by organized crime in those areas where

Neither can you make a grassroot humanitarianout fangled "buzz word" while dropping hints that he 2. State-sponsored gambling would be an casino gambling has been established,
of "fat cats" and silk stockings. At least, not might be eyeing North Florida water supplies to insignificant source of revenue for
very many. meet the future needs of such South Florida Florida. We the Bradford County Ministerial Alliance hereby goon

Starting as of now Florida has some tough deci- megacities as Tampa and Miami, Governor 3. State-sponsored gambling hurts the record as opposed to mendment 2 concerning casino gamblingand

sions to make on its march to becoming the nation's Graham and his supporters in North Floridadidn't disadvantaged, the worker, and the poor to Amendment 5 concerning. the establishment of a state
"Save the Suwannee" to supply water to 4.State-sponsored gambling underminesthe
most populous state. So far, can- operated lottery, and
South Florida. traditional values of society
didate Martinez has said or done nothing to indicate -
that he has a grasp or even realizes the full The State's last two Governors, Askew and 5. State-sponsored gambling uses people We encourge the citizens of Bradford County to vote against
implication this growth will entail. Otherwise he Graham, recognized Pajcic's ability to grapplewith and takes advantage of their weaknesses, Amendments 2 and 5 on Tuesday, November 4,
would no longer try to bemuse voters with the most complex problems confronting rather than serves the people.
Reagan-talk about cutting the budget by $800,000 State government, and sought his help in getting 6. State-sponsored gambling helps
while facing the hard facts of superstructureneeds their programs enacted into law. If elected, Pa organized crime.

school needs, clean air needs, and pure jcic will have plenty of problems of his own. Judg- 7.the State-sponsored social gambling disease contributesto of The Bob and Susie Show'
water needs that must be met if this growth to ing by his past record- will be able to solve growing com
become them pulsive gambling.
a reality.
8. State-sponsored gambling ties
Florida's financial future to the gambling

Graham Has Earned RightTo losses 9. State-sponsored of its citizens. gambling places the

I'' government in the gambling business.
That is not a proper role for government.
Retire Paula from SenateAmerican Government should provide for the well-

being of its citizenry, not encourage peopleto
participate in harmful, wasteful
importers of Japanese cars want to and all the usual Washington trimmings. behavior.

stay on the good side of Paula Hawkins, Florida's More recently, Paulatrying to cozy up to Let's go to the polls on November 4 and
loquacious junior Senator. At least, through their Cuban Americans in Miami said the tougher immigration vote NO on amendment 2 and 5.
"Political Action Committee (PAC for short) they laws aren't aimed at them, but at Mexicans Ben Bryant,Starke Susan Weigel
kicked in $400,000 for her already bulging cam- who slip across the borders and "aren't -
paign treasure chest. patriots like you Cuban refugees." She's still trying Mother of Three

Of course, $400,000 "ain't much" for a lady who Mexicans.A to apologize. that one away to the infuriated Opposes LotteryDear Gov. Bob Graham
has already received millions from well-heeled Editor:
PACS, the flush/plush Republican National Com- nearby big-city daily newspaper, widely read As a registered voter in Bradford county
mittee,and the $1,000 (and up) fundraisers featuring in Bradford County, in its Sunday issue, endorsed and the mother of three school-aged \
star performers Ronald Reagan and George Paula editorially on page two, and questioned her children, I would like to voice my concern .
Bush. credibility in an analysis on page four. How con over the sugarcoated view that most of the Jb J J )
fusing can we get? media is presenting on the lottery issue ,
When questioned about the PAC donation by /
facing the voters Florida on November
auto importers opposing a bill in Congress to force The editorial thrust was that we simply had to
Japanese and other foreign cars to be assembledby have another six years of Paula because we need 4.The that Gov. Bob Graham, candidate for the U.S. Senate, and Susan Weigel of
American labor using a certain percent of her in the Senate to uphold domestic and foreign the pro-lottery would people are telling increase us in Middleburg, candidate for District 21 House of Representatives seat, are
American-made parts, peerless Paula gave a profound policies of Ronald Reagan- anyone can figure state lottery funding and ensure us an education in pictured at the recent four-county Democratic Rally held at the Lake
like out what improved Butler Recreation Complex.
explanation- automobiles. I think they are.
Florida. The fact of the matter is even if
they beat walking. So what? In the meanwhile, Reagan himself is widening lottery proceeds were "earmarked" for Graham delighted his 1,300 heavily Democratic audience by singing his

Like her friend Ronnie, Paula is noted for her his already well-established credibility gap by denying education by the legislature, a net increasein campaign song and urging them to become involved in the Senate race as
political faux pas and foot-in-mouth remarks. that anyone in Washington had anything to money for education would not be "Graham Crackers".

She'll never live down the VIP banquet she hosted: do with illegal U.S. civilian supply lines to the Contras guaranteed. Experience In other lottery Weigel,who spoke at a Democratic rally and covered dish at the
to discuss dealing with food stamp cheaters. While in Nicaragua.But states shows that education money from Kingsley Lake Civic Center Saturday night, took a strong stand supper against

the hungry masses waited to see whether they to get back to Paula, here's a portion of her general revenues would probably be casino gambling and lottery amendments, and called for working
would eat tomorrow, Paula and her pals dined on reduced by the amount of revenues goingto instead
conflicting pluses and minuses as depicted in Sun- prisoners of "coddling" them.
New York strip, fresh strawberries out of season, day's : education from a lottery.
I hope and pray each registered voter in I
Bradford county will turn out to defeat this
EDITORIAL BACKING ANALYTICAL DETRACTIONOver issue that could ruin our state and our

Senator Hawkins, who voted with Presi- children My vote will be no to lottery (Am- Head
of DOC Endorses
dent Reagan 73 percent of the time last on page four of the same paper we mendment 5)). Pajcic

year, also voted for Reagan's landmark tax read that: Patty Curies,Starke I
reform, which might not have happened *Senator Hawkins' credibility has been

without having a Senate on his side. questioned, in part because of frequent Don't Be Misled At Kingsley 'lake RallyAddressing

(Note: Most Americans are still trying to criticism ... for taking credit for things By County OptionOn
other people do. In one early instance, she
figure out whether they won or lost in this
Casino Issue
crossed the name of Senator Chiles (D-Fla.)
great Reagan tax revolution. As late as from an amendment he had just written, in- Dear Editor: a rally at the Kingsley Lake his duties in connection with the executionof
Monday headlines were still saying it would Civic Center Saturday night, Louie Lee prisoners who are given the death
serted her own name and had her press office The commercials on T.V. are telling us
hurt the economy and cause loss of more of the Florida sentence after conviction of crimes. "I
Wainwright, Secretary can
issue a news release headlined: that a vote for Amendment 2 (Casinos)
jobs.The "Senate Passes Hawkins Amendment." would only be a vote to let each county Department of Corrections, gave strong also assure you that he will support our
consequences (of a nonRepublicanSenate make up it's own mind about casinos. The endorsement to Steve Pajcic for the next prison system and its employees," Wain-

) are easy to imagine. Part of the The analysis gives Hawkins credit for truth is that casinos in any county in Governor of Florida. wright said.
Reagan legacy will be his appointments to Florida would attract and legitimize said he had learned to
"pushing legislation aimed at (helping) Wainwright Other speakers at the rally and covered
the federal bench. In a Democratic Senate, abused and organized crime, escalate street crime, ability lawmaker
exploited children", then adds respect Pajcic's as a dish supper included Susan Weigel, can-
the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Com- that: "Despite' Sen. Hawkins' espousal of drive away family tourists, displace the during his 12 years in the Legislature, and didate for State Representative from
mittee would be Sen. Edward Kennedy or elderly and deteriorate the quality of life that the Jacksonville native
children's issues, she got only a 40 percent predicted District 21, which includes Kingsley Lake
Sen. Joe Biden, either of whom would do rating last year from the Children's Defense and the values of our youth. would carry these leadership qualitiesover and East Bradford County. Jim Theis of

evouthing .possible to spurn Reagan'snominations. Fund, a Washington-based lobbying group Florida has a healthy economy, a thriving into the executive branch of govern- Mlddleburg spoke for Gov. Bob Graham,
for low-income children. By comparison, tourist trade and a nourishing family ment if elected Governor U.S. Senate candidate, and various Clay
(Note: Judging by Reagan's attempt to Sen. Chiles received an 80 percent rating." environment. Voting "NO" on Amend-- Wainwright said he had met with Pajcic County candidates also made their appeals
pack the Court with ment 2 will keep a tragedy from happening
right-wing extremists, for
Hawkins was successful in pushing a law to families and and was assured that he would carry out support. ,
that might not be so bad.) our our
that reduces U.S. foreign aid to countries state.Herb Stucky
The editorial credited Senator Hawkins falling to eradicate but the
drug exports, Minister of Music
with being"...an advocate in the Senate for State Department has not yet invoked the First Baptist Church Gambling Lowers Life'quality Speaker Says I
forgotten people such as missing children law against these countries. OD
anq the elderly, and for family causes such f-
as the fight against illegal drugs and Washington Monthly magazine listed her Classes of 20s and 30s "State-sponsored gambling is 'Robin approximately 45 cents goes into the pot
of the Senate's worst members
as one
Hood in soak for "
to the
against child abuse. Express Appreciation reverse- sure way prizes.
and Washington magazine identified her as
(Note: She has made headlines in this one of the two Senators least respected by Alumni of Bradford High School classes class disadvantaged" Dr.poor and the working, Dr. Suits also warned that state gambling
of the 1920s and '30s wish to thank the says B. Suits, an
area, but there Is considerable doubt as to their colleagues. economist with Michigan State would give organized crime a stonger
what Senator Hawkins has actually ac management of the Bradford Family University foothold in Florida, and contribute to the
And the analysis adds "Hawkins' and
Restaurant for their cooperation and "It is actually a regressive form of taxa- of
complished. She voted with President several of her campaign commercials) have corruption state government.
outstanding service at the 90th Reunion tion because low income worker
a will
Reagan for
some anti-social
security exaggerated her role in drug legislation.She "Lotteries would
legislation, and her claims to have met witha is also prone to use fictitious stories, dinners held Friday evening during the, spend a higher percentage of his.or her In- gambling business which put the seeks State to Into the

top Chinese official to curb the shipmentof passing them off as fact, in the manner of weekend festivities. come on lottery tickets than does the"per-' from encouraging its citizens to profit par'''
quaaludes the U.S. have be son with a medium or high income, Dr
President Reagan.. Several of these fables ticipate in harmful, wasteful behavior,
mere Paularisms. Suits said. "Lotteries do not create Income -
are related In the analysis. KLPOA DirectorsTo They simply transfer money-front' which Is not a proper role for
Meet November 3 the bettors into the pockets of the!Stateand.. government, Dr. Suits declared.
"*tnr.: *- ) !1
.r Directors of the Kingsley Lake Property the lottery administrators. 't

All of which 'leads us to the firm conviction that Florida's Owners Assn. will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, "For every dollar bet in the lottery,only :! ; "To fl.. vie. !Is the beginning -
representation in the U.S. Senate will be greatly enhanced by the -. Nov 3, in the Civic Center. 30 to 45 cents would go to the/Stat i6f ,tit virtue, and the beginning -
election of Governor Bob Graham in the November 4 General Election Several matters of importance to lake Florida," Dr. Suits said. "The rest of the :1 of wisdom to to I
residents will be discussed and Association *' '
lottery dollar would go to pay 10 to IS have got rid of folly.
members are invited to attend. for advertising and administration, .and Horace.


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.; theNews 'Notices'Church Items' Exchange Wedding Vows In Oct. 11/ Ceremony :i

Terrie Lynn Mathews and Preston Best Man was Charles Mc mney
Kyle Harrison were married at 7:00: with Bo Harrison, Paul McKinney,
/ Weddings pm. on October 11. 1986 in Starke Mitch Holtzenbeck and Aaron I .
j1.; 'Receptions Church of God with Rev. Tommy
f'd Parties Harrison of Jacksonville, father of Mathews serving as ushers.
the groom, performing the Pammie Martin,flower girl,worea -
ceremony. Terrie is the daughter of gown of royal blue with an overlay J
Mr. & Mrs. Leaton Mathews of of white lace, chapel: train hem accented -

Starke and Kyle is the son of Mr & with blue rosebuds. Her hair

Gospel Sing, Revival PlannedFor Mrs. Charles McKinney, also of was adorned with royal blue net & ,
white silk flowers.She carried a lace '
Church basket accented with roses & blue .
of God of
ProphecyA Nuptial music was provided by streamers.
Audra Brantley, pianist& song with William Thomasson, ring bearer, ,
Gospel Sing is scheduled for ding Nov. 7 will feature Rev. Edgar
was attired in a suit and
Mr. Greg Alvarez. Kyle sang "Love gray car-
Saturday, Nov. 1, beginning at 7:30 Wood, Evangalist.
the World Away" to his brideelectas a heart-shaped ring pillow with
p.m. at the Church of God oC ProPastor W.T. Laney invites the she came down the aisle toward royal blue satin streamers. rl
phecy located at 2138 North Temple public to come and enjoy these plan- him. The fellowship hall, where the
Ave. .ned events.A reception was held,was decorated in .1
revival beginning; ;Nov 2 and enHomecoming ficus ,
The church was decorated with a trees, weeping willows l "
at Grace Nov. '2 brass arch candlabra covered with dogwood & palms. White flouned ) (
Baptist royal blue & white gladiolas & car linen tied with blue bows covered all
,Pastor Andy Crews of Brooker will Strickland and his group,The King's nations; spiral brass and tree the tables.A .., .l('/... 1.1\ ,- \ ct
give the morning message for Quartet. candleabras interspersed with 4-tiered wedding cake, flanked ir '''
Homecoming Service at Grace Bap- After the services Homecoming similar flowers and baby's breath by 3-branched silver candlabraswith if't :G' '' "* \ '
list set for Nov. 2. dinner will be served in the flanked the arch. Lighted fiscus blue burning tapers interspersed .. ,; "!IG;
Special music will be provided by fellowship hall. Everyone is invited trees graced the choir area with with greenery,blue baby's breath .J 1' O' V
Pastor Eddie Blalock and his wife, to come at 11:00 to celebrate. palms and more fiscus trees and bows centered the bride's table. "'"- ( 14:".,. ..,ttI
Bethw-ftL_Alachua, and Leroy highlighting the church. The Silver compotes held nuts & mints.
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Serving were Mrs. Ellen Martin ,(( \"It
Dedication At Dedan Baptist Nov 2 vestibule held burning tapers, the Patsy Myers & Becky Thomassen. :
brides book with feather pen and an A chocolate cake flanked by silver ;
You are cordially invited to come dinner on the ground immediately'and arrangement of royal blue & white candlesticks and silver bowls of I )
share in the excitement as following the service. gladiolas carnations, pom-poms & chocolates centered the groom's -, ...'jf
Dedan Baptist Church holds DedicaThe church is located 1/8 mile off baby's breath. Aisle candlabras, table.On one end was a ball&chain : I
tion Services for their new building 100 East on Griffis Loop (100A). If floral pieces & royal blue bows I I
November 2, 1986 at 10 a.m. you need transportation please call marked the pews. billyjack, handcuffs & a truck with ) '
There will be special music with 964.5552 or 964-4168. cans tied to it. Servers for the I \
groom's table
-- were Paula
: -- - -- I The bride, given in marriage by & Denise Waddell. McKinney '\.
her father, Mr. Leaton Mathews 1 ,..
PICTURE TUBES wore a long white gown with high The table held 3-branched '
: Victorian style neckline, puffed punch a
sl\ L
II silver candlabra with blue tapers interspersed ,
sleeves tapering to fitted cuffs,

$111.1111 RESTORATION *.*/ I I chapel train with seed of lace pearls.,fitted To bodice compli accented breath. A crystal with greenery punch bowl and was baby's on it \.

I ment her outfit she chose a white hat !J. it \
with an attached veil of illusion.She one end with the other end holding a 1" 'I \.

-- ------------ Mrs.silver Gwen coffee Garrett service.and Serving Mrs. Cathy.were
: carried a long cascade of white
i 2 Week roses, carnations, light blue roses & I, j jI I
$95 ::5----i baby's breath with long satin Various finger foods were served
Special. Reg. streamers. A diamond necklace, a with the food table being centered by
I gift from the groom, adorned her a ceramic watermelon filled with
I 15 Year Guarantee With Coupon, Only I outfit. fruit & tied with helium balloons inscribed 11r
-J with "just married". r
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I Miss Janet Jordan served as maid < -"

I of honor. Her royal blue gown of ing were Mrs. Barbara Kirkland,
If been told tube >
I you've your picture guiana knit had a fitted bodice, off Mrs. Carolyn Joyner & Mr. Doug : \
needs to be to. I shoulders with ruffled collar, sad Bennett.
replaced, bring yourT.V. ... I dlebag ruffles down each side. Her !: ,..
headpiece of royal blue net with A gift table held rice bags, baby .'
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1I white silk roses was worn to one pictures of the bride & groom, bird .:..1..r.: .. ....F---. ...' Oo!"' .
Electronics side.She carried a nosegay of royal seed bags and silver candlestickswith .I.... +tir .
Campbell -- ------- -- ---" -'- -
; blue & white roses.Bridesmaids .

I 132 E. Call Street Downtown Starke S blue tapers. Attending were Mr. & Mrs. Kyle Harrison I
were Susan Sapp, Mr Bubba McKinney and Miss Pat.
OPEN 10 am.7 p.m. Business 964-4045 II Kristy Harrison Marcie Mathews & ty Martin. Following a trip to Disney World of BUS The bride is employed with
I Tammy Myers. Their gowns and the couple will reside at Griffis Loopin her father at Mathews Trucking
Monday Saturday Residence 984-4536 flowers were the same design as the Inviting guests to sign the bride's Starke. Company and the groom is I
1- _.. _ honor attendant. book was Miss Shana Schmitt. Both bride& groom are graduates employed by Denmark Furniture J'I,

i. : Weather;.A good day for shade. High 90. low 70. Details, page A-2. Friday, August.,::,. 22,19E i

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: Pajcic goes too far in trying to distance himself from his record

do not endorse candidates except in

I the presidential race so I want to Pajcic voted against the drug who injured them.

make something clear: While I'm writing fi ) IYi paraphernalia law.
Pajcic co-sponsored a bill that would
about Democratic gubernatorial can- ., +'.' f yti E I
Pajcic voted against laws prohibiting have set up a sentence review commission
didate Steve Pajcic, I don't care which
to review all criminal sentences
candidate you choose. homosexuals from adopting children.


Pajcic, however, has gone too far in Pajcic voted against a law that prohibits

using political advertising to mislead .Charley ReeseOF bail during appeals on certain Pajcic's legislative record clearly

drug cases. Skipping bail is a common places him left of center. He was an early
Florida voters. Every politician THE SENTINEL STAFF
embellishes record and mumbles practice by high-level drug dealers. champion of Cesar Chavez's farm

workers union and tried to get passed
: about his past mistakes. Every politician life sentence in capital cases binding on

; attempts to position himself on issues the trial judge. Present law, which has Pajcic voted against a law that stiffened legislation patterned on California's that

: that public polling tells him a majority of passed muster by the Supreme Court, penalty for possession of 100 poundsor would have facilitated unionization of
farm workers.If .
: voters favor. Few, in my experience at allows the judge the discretion to over- more of marijuana.

: least, have gone as far as Pajcic in an at- rule the jury's recommendation.
tempt to distance himself from his own Pajcic tried to get a law passed that you agree with his record, vote for
him. Just don't be fooled by television
would have guaranteed taxpayer-
record. Pajcic voted against a bill expanding
financed academic and vocational educa- commercials showing Pajcic surroundedby
amount of evidence judge could
;. ?.the, a
North Florida sheriffs while saying
Pajcic's advertising has tried hard to consider in deciding what sentence to tion for convicted felons.
how tough he's going to be on criminals.I'm .
picture him as a tough law-and-order, impose.
candidate. His record in the Legislaturedoes Pajcic co-sponsored a bill that would
have Florida from sure Pajcic can justify his votes
prohibited agencies
not conform to the imagehe pro Pajcic voted against a bill allowing I
and that's what he should do Run his
: on
information with
exchanging Interpol,
farmers to detain until law
jecting. Consider this: : ,n' trespassers
? record not from it.
enforcement officials arrived. the international law enforcement agen- away 1

bill requiring cy that, among other things, tries to
sponsored a
death voted the RICO bill the keep track of terrorists. Packaging and marketing candidateslike I
unanimous jury vote on a penalty Pajcic against
boxes of works for the can-
1 recommendation.. That would have';"cut single best law we have at the present to soap
Pajcic tried to get a bill passed that didates but against the basic premise of
drastically the use of the death p'enalty.:' fight drug dealers. It allows the state to .
I confiscate their investments if it can,be would remove the ban on victim's com- democracy: That is, if the people are told

:j' .!'L 'I"> with pensation for victims who maintain a the truth, they can make intelligent deci--
Pajcic sponsored a bill thatwould proved they were purchased
sexual relationship with the criminal sions.
have made a .iury'recommend lb 1'for a criminally obtained money. }

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Hosts 1940s BHS Grac/s/

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9 Seventeen members of the 4B-member Class of 1MI of Bradford High
gathered for the 90-Year reunion of Bradford High this past weekend.
The 14 members of the Class of 41 present for the picture Friday were

(l-r): First row-Joule Lee Wainwright,Dorothy ,Stanley Noeg l.
Second row- Julia Winkler Underhill Robert Ward, Novls Sapp Ward,
ZiAY11 Eugene( Chason, David Gassed.Third row.Carolyn Kern,Fannie Sllcox,

Maxine Surrency Hall, Mary Townsend Stallon; Effie Crawford Patrick.
and Billy Griffis. In addition,attending Saturday,Oct.25,were 1941 class

1. Al I n, :frt members Muriel Hall Fox, Ormond Beach: Madge Gay West,
Gainesville; Iris Crews Hall of Gainesville. and Marie Dyal McNeill,
Gainesville.The .

Class of '41 were hosted at a fish fry by classmate Stanley Noegel
last Friday night Oct. 24. at the Kingsley Lake Civic Center. They the
.. Clans of'invited all the BUS graduates of the 1940's,to a Saturday Oct. '
25, lunch at the Wester Steer
r 4N141f/ a 1, 1910s graduates addition to the Class of 1MI,attending the luncheon
were, by class:
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M6r kl Class of 1940: Clare llarley Blocker, Lake City; Jo Ella Barry Hardy
'' Starke; J.";. Hardy,Starke; Bill\"Ruth"Jackson,Starke; Owen McRae.
\ Starke; L.C. Smith, Okeechobee;' Leland B. Sponholtz, Chuluota, FL;
::1 Milo Sponholtz, Orlando.
J\ Class of 1942: L.L. Warren, Jr., Starke.
Class of 1913: Herbert Green Starke; Edna Wainwright, Starke
Class: of 1914: Evelyn Hall Jordan, Ormond Beach; Watterson Mitchell .
Keystone Heights; Bishop Myrlck. Starke: R.W. Mosley, Starke;
w n P 1 i ,r4h Gene Noegel. Starke; Evelyn Edwards Tucker, Ocala.
Class of 1915: Bobby Biggs, Starke; Kay Revels Harrison, Jackson-
ville; Elise G. Pass, Starke.
Class of 1916: Stanley Crawford.Starke; Hazel Fields Green,Raiford;
U S N.B.and Collcttc Rosier, Lake Butler; Annlce Green Pittman, Jackson.
,, ville.
L01t Class of 1947: Harold A. Johnson, Gainesville; Agnes Lewis Lar-
ramore Macclcnny., Ocala; Merry Winkler Sheppard, Gainesville; Sieve A.Weldon

Class of 1948: none.
{ Class of 1949: Betty Ann Flynn Phillips, Starke; Janet Anderson
s 4 Turner, Starke.
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+ IPb'+ t 9 4I Class of 1950: Johan Stith Gautier, MS.
It was the first reunion of the Class of 1941 in 30 years,since 1956. The
11)11 class plans another reunion In three years, and another on the 50th
anniversary of their graduation five years from now.
photo by H.P.McLendon
Mrs. IIB. McLendon of Gulf
Breeze was a guest of her brother, = TRICKS
E.L. Matthews, last week during the "t\\t XS .
Laura Ashley NiculaMr. Laura Ashley is the niece of Mr. & 90th Anniversary Reunion of BHS \\ II iiI'=== dpSS
& Mrs. Perry D. Nicula of Mrs. Jay Eaves of Lawtey and the alumni and teachers. Mrs. McLen a TIIEA
Lawtey happily//announce the birthof late John Shuford. don taught at BHS during the late # Ts
their daughter, Laura Ashley, 1920s. MOVIES & ELECTRONICS
born October 14,1986 at St. Vincent's Tabitha Nichole SandersMr. Mrs. Ada Holtz and Mrs. Doris

Hospital in Jacksonville. &Mrs. William M. Sanders of (Victor) Lamb, have returned froma South 301 Plaza 1252-E South Walnut Street Starke
Maternal Starke proudly announce the birth of four-day cruise aboard the S.S.
grandparents are Mr. &
Mrs. George Shuford. Great- a daughter, Tabitha Nichole, born Royale to Nassau. 964.5918
maternal grandmother is Lois L. October 19, 1986 in Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Torode of r 1 --Happy Ha11ouveenOct. 3r6-"fifp.m.: -----1'
Carter. Maternal grandfather is Alvin C. Kingsley Lake attended a meeting of i I
Rix of Starke.
Paternal grandparents are Mr. & Paternal grandparents are Association the National in Petroleum Denver, Marketers Colo. last I Children in Costume Movie Rental I II
Mrs Octavian Nicula,all of Lawtey. Horace & Esther Sanders of Starke.If week. I I II
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Mrs. Bill Meng and children,Dana I FREE MEMBERSHIP (Limit 1 per membership| ) I
and Michael
of St. Petersburg were
Woman's Club L-----J
weekend guests of the John Millers
Executive BoardThe while attending the BHS Alumni 90th New Shipment of Pottery Layaway Available for ChristmasNOVEMBER
Reunion events.
Executive Board of the ... ..
Woman's Club of Starke will meet IIAPPY 4TI1 BIRTHDAY TO .:."" '" ,, .-::" '""\"\ ,
November 5 at 1 p.m. at the club you put a piece of wax paper directly DAWNNITA IIKHNDON!!! Dawn-
building. All officers and committee on top of soups end stews nita turned four years old Tuesday, ..- -_. -
chairmen are requested to please be before you refrigerate them, you October 28. She celebrated with a "
present. can peel the fat off when they're party at McDonalds. : I "



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Pootball 1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees and their
immediate families are welcome to enter, but there Is $2500TELEGRAPH
a limit of one entry per person each week. _
co4at I 2)) The entry must be on an official blank from the : WINNERS I
TELEGRAPH and must be dropped off at the' A Halloween Congratula

,. .... TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday after. tions to Larry Browwn of
Lawtey who is this weeks
". noon. Fill in all the blanks with either the name of the
: .1, ,,, Telegraph football winner
p I team you think will win I or "tie" If you think the game. Larry missed two games.
". ::: \ will end In a tie. The person.who picks the most {
games-tight will win the top prize -.-. *' *" UACKSON[I BUILDING SUPPLY!
3)) In case of ties we will use the total points scored
in the Bradford High School game each week (except Lake Butler Starke Keystone Hgts,
the Tornadoes open week) as a tiebreaker. Please fill S.W.6th Ave. US 301 South Jet SR 21 & 100
in the points you think will be scored by the Tornadoes 496-3079 964.6078 473.4973
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Chance Irvine Stands. J i

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Abortion Casino Gambling

Equal Rights Amendment

Gun Control ;

State Personal Income Tax


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Capital Punishment

Parental consent or court order before a l

minor has an abortion. ".',. ,?u.M, D #'" d' ." : I

Chance Irvine has been' endorsed"I

R by the following groups:
Florida Association of School Administrators' I

Nurses-FN-PAC ,.., t
Law Enforcement and Correction Officers Police :.
Benevolent Association )(
Teachers-CLAY PAC i
Florida Rural Electric Cooperatives Association r
Unified Sportsmen of Florida
Florida Engineering Society +l .
Florida CPA PAC
Florida Coalition for Liability Reform
and many other organizations .{;

Here is How .

Chance Irvine is Rated: ,
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Dignity for the Disabled + (Postive-helpful j, ...
and in a position to help) ."
Nat'l Federation of Independent Business-100% .
Associated Industries% I.:,,a i1.,..
National Rifle Association ,::1... ;
Unified Sportsmen of Florida-"Pro Gun" ',', ;
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I Scoring Drive Gives Tornadoes 7-0 Homecoming Victory .1 r rAn

early 42 yard scoring drive put Another QB Keep to Mendenhallpass -

Bradford High gridders up 7-0 and In the right flat was incompleteon ri riI ,
the Tornado defense protected that the replay of fourth down. BHS
slim lead for a homecoming win declined to accept another Kenny \
over Bishop Kenny last Friday 1q t.f I
holding penalty and took over on :fI'
night, Oct. 24. their own 16 yard line.
Coach David
Hurse Installed a

power option offense, in which the 74-Yard Punt...
Quarterback pitches the football to An errant QB pitchout to
running ,
the running back and there are four back Pittman
Greg which Pittman
blockers ahead of the ball carrier
alertly chased down and recovered,
around either end or the quarter- albeit for J ry
a 10 yard loss, put BHS
back can hand off to the fullback
or back to its
own 7 yard line. A deter-
keep the football. The power mined 14
for run by running back
worked around the
mostly ends
Rodney Mosley got BHS back out to
runs of 12, 7, 6.2,5, and 6 off- at
yards the 21, but was a yard short of a first. el
tackle for the touchdown by + 1
sophomore running back Rodney Enter punter David Hamilton, ignoring --
Mosley on the game opening Tor- the pain from a muscle !F irlr.
nado possession. separation in his kicking leg, boomed --t sir,, I
RB Mosley went off right tackle a 74-yard punt and taking BHS out :
seemed surprised when he looked up of the hole the team was in.
and saw nobody between him and :
the goal, and zipped across the goal BHS fans saw the sailing football I I II
line from six yards out. and gave a huge yell in recognitionof
It was a defensive battle after Hamilton's super punt which sail- Q
that. Protecting the 7-0 advantage, ed way over the head of the Kenny 1
BHS threw only one of its seven punt returner and just kept spiralingon '_ { : :
passes in the second half. downfield, all the way to the Ken-
ny five yard line. Kenny's

Crusaders Threaten... Mendenhall picked the football up at 1 '
The second BHS possession ended the five and was nailed at the seven f ,I P. kfP
s a V1r
bv Tornado Malachi
suddenly when a QB John Berry low
pass into the left flat was intercepted A fumble by RB Mosley ended the
J by Bishop Kenny's Steve Hartman third BHS possession. And Malachi era v
who stepped in front of the BHS Jenkins chased down QB Keep for an

I receiver made the interception and 11 yard loss.Letting rr 9y g. r 'rA"' V I
returned the football from the BHS
$5 to the Tornado 36. An official the 30 yard Kenny punt roll
I walked the football up and down the dead, BHS took over for Its fifth

field on two 15 yard penalties, a clipping possession of the game at its own 41.
'I penalty on the return by BHS With RB Mosley gaining tough yardson '
a personal foul by a BK player. the ground, a 33-yard QB Johnny
I in
j I An 18 yard Kenny pass from QB Clark pass to tall wideout Patrick Rough Going Heavy Traffic... 'j

i Rob Keep to favorite receiver Matt Diggs was completed but two 15 Tornado running back Rodney Mosley, who gained 97 yards in 21 car-
I Mendenhall, one of the best pass yard penalties kept the football out- ries against Bishop Kenny, finds it tough going above. Crusader RB Mosley will not play against Paxon tonight (Thursday, Oct. 30) I
receivers the Tornadoes have placed side the Kenny 25 and killed that defenders set into the BUS backfield because of a pinched nerve in his back. ,, ...
plus several short runs put the drive.
football on the Bradford five yard The second half was a defensive
battle with BHS trying only one
Eric Nazworth threw Kenny pass, a shot up the middle which hita jH|
tailback Carl Tremble for a two yard Kenny defender on the head and
loss. QB Keep completed a 7 yard fell incomplete.The Bradford Will Be Underdog on the Road I
scoring pass to Mendenhall, but the Tornado defense allowed only .
play was called rack on a holding four BK first downs in the second -
penalty, pushing Kenny back to the half. Kenny completed passes of 13 Bradford footballers will again bea squad, says Tornado Coach David no. 65, 6-4, 230, 12, and Mike Bruno, 32, is 6-2,185,12, with good size and
BHS 17.'r.d'ord and 14 yards, but had a tough time in definite underdog when they travel Hurse. left end No. 88 is Dion no. 56, 6-0,160,12, and tackles Shed- strength and he stays home. 1
the air with BHS defenders David tonight (Thursday, Oct. 30) for an 8 Frazier, 6-3, 190, 12. At right end is drick Cummings, no. 73, 6.0, 292, 12, Monster man is Tyrone Johnson, II
Hamilton, Brian Davis, Cory Strong p.m. game at Paxon High in no. 80, Leon Pugh, 6-4. 191, 12. Both and Mark Georghagan, no. 77, 6-2, no. 3, 6-1, 160, 11, who has great
High 7 0 0 0 7 and Darren Patterson in good defen- Jacksonville.The play both offensive and defensiveend. 258, 12. speed and reads plays well. No. 21, .
ilihop K.nny 0' 0 e 0 sive positions. Several times the game was changed from Friday Favorite Paxon plays : the Herbert Hagans, 5-9,153,11, is quick
BHSBKUrit Kenny quarterback was finally to Thursday night because of To take advantage of the huge offensive tailback off tackle to either side, and aggresive at the monster posi
Down. I 5 sacked when he took too long throw Halloween night falling on Friday. line Paxon runs from the with the fullback faking a dive; the
nothing V.rd. 37-151 J1-M ing because no receiver was open. Paxon is 3-3 on the season to date, ', power-I. Tailback-fullback Jeff tailback off left guard, and the tion.Defensive down linemen weigh \

Passing..... ..Yirdi, 541. Knowing what to expect, Kenny but is huge, tall, and fast, a high Johnson no. 4, is 6-1,190,12,is an explosive quarterback keeper around the end. 190, 158, 215, 156, and 191 and are
.C. 2-' 4140funt defenced the BHS running attack. school team with over-all good team runner with breakaway Defensively, Paxon runs a 6-1, smaller than the offense but have excellent -
Fumbl.* .-lo.t 4-4I.1S 4-1 7-21.7 But despite the lack of offense, speed. speed.On with six down linemen and a middle team speed with which to
Pmillln-yardi' ,- Scoring Summary of trouble by continually kicking the this eason. Paxon ends are on has center Dell Oglesby, no. 54, Best hitter is DE Dion Frazier. Mid- Paxon has the tallest safety BHS
1) Bradford. Hodn.y Moiliy, -yird run. Extra football back into the Kenny end of the best football players on the 6-4, 230, 11; guards Sean Jackson, dle linebacker Dewayne Hayes, no. will have faced
point Hamilton kick. the football field. t!


BHS Offense Puts it all TogetherFor

get to Paxon High in northwest

Jacksonville take 1-10'lhtcf, Jax.Eldt.l.aO.atr 1-295.up US-301 north to toward 1-10, cal calf Big: ..Homecoming: Cro.wd : :':-.7. \

._. .,
Savannah. Exit East off I-295N onto

Commonwealth Avenue, which is "We put out offense together for fort. I'm real pleased with getting a Malachi Jenkins, and Bill Hamiltonwere
north of old US-90. Turn left, off 3,. It aI the first time this year," says Coach shutout," says Coach Mike Sexton, named best defensive linemen.
Commonwealth, onto EdgewoodAve. David Hurse of the 7-0 homecomingwin the defensive coordinator. David Williams, Dennis Cummings; ,
north. over Bishop Kenny of Jackson-
Take Edgewood Ave.to 5th Street I PrA IAA/ d ville. Malachi Jenkins, and Brian Barton
and make a right turn onto 5th Street Linebacker Bill Hamilton, 6-4, and share the best offensive lineman of
and go two blocks. Paxon is on 5th defensive end Malachi Jenkins, 5-5,
? Though the Tornadoes scored only the week honors. Fullback Greg
led the Tornado defense in tackles
Street, the Junior high school is on one touchdown, the offense con-
the right, the senior high on the left. ii and assists, and along with Billy
sistently moved the football, pointsout Wiggins got the best back of the
The stadium is in back of the school. Coach Hurse. The offensive Harrell played a real good defensive week, honors for the second straight
halleame. Coach Sexton.
Rec News. blocking was much improved, bothon says week for his blocking; performance.
I .. the line and in the backfield. "I
Halloween Party... was very pleased with our effort," Key to the win was a good team effort The offensive line graded out at yu
I Hurse added. Sexton says. Everybody reallydid percent or better, points out Coach
At Pratt Street Center, Friday a good job at their position, the Jay Godwin, who said he is especially -
' Oct. 31, 3-5 p.m. Games, prizes and ns r vt It was the finest defensive effort of defensive expert said. pleased to see Dennis Cummingsdo
I' refreshments. Ages K-8th grade in the season, Hurse points out. BK was

vited. r M A; t Y yO held to 108 yards of offense, 60 a
"We need that kind of el fort in the good job. Malachi Jenkins
Co-ed Softball... rushing and 48 passing. remaining three games," Coach played extremely well, says Coach
I : Sexton says.Players Godwin, and probably had the
Co-ed Softball, every Tuesday 1 And David Hamilton's 74 yard toughest blocking assignment of the
night at 7 p.m., Edwards Road ball punt could be a school record.
field. Come out and watch the fun. I"y Nobody can remember a longer named to honor positionsfor game.
I __ I I"r the BK game are: Cory Strong
punt, but BHS has had many
Aerobic Dance... Darren Patterson, ana David tornado tacklers were Bill
1" outstanding punters such as Hallie Hamilton 6-4 ((6 individual tackles
Aerobic dance classes set to begin Seymour, Jimmy Clark, and Johr. Hamilton, best defensive backS. 'ine and 4 assist tackles), Malachi
Saturday, Nov. 1, at the Old Armory David Francis Hurse points out. three were in position, preventingBK Jenkins 5.5 Billv Harrell 6-1. Ron
(Starke Recreation Department). pass receptions. At times the BK
Aerobic dance is from 5:30: to 6 The Defense..,
Brown 5-3, Mike Elder 2-3, Eric Naz
p.m. Exercise class is from 6-7 p.m. Tornado Attack... Defensively, we played our finest quarterback got sacked because he worth 2-2, Cory Strong 2-2, Mike

Monday-Thursday Prices: determined for by six amount weeks.of BITS linebacker Ron Brown no. 77, and Malachi Jenkins, behind game of the year," says Coach couldn't find an open receiver, Grey 2-0, Greg Wiggins 1-2, and
Hurse. points out Coach Charlie Simpkins
days attended. For more info, phone Brown, take on a Crusader blocker and get to Bishop Kenny ball carrier "We had a real good defensive ef the second coach. Billy Harrell, Greg David Pittman Hamilton one, Brian each.McRae, and
9S4-6792 (Rec Dept.). Carl Tremble. ,

Cross Country Runners Place Third at University of Florida I

Bradford High's girl cross countryrunners The second Bradford runner to The Boys... 14:13: three mlier."That's t time Coach 22:52. The boys didn't have a team districts says Coach Loper.
placed third among 17 place was Christ! Harrell who was A foul-up in placing the 315 boys a super time would, be says nationally score because of too few finishers. The freshmen boys, along with
schools with 74 points in Class 2A 56th over-all in 12:11, which equates who ran cost the second hundred or Loper. That PKY won the boys division with 24 junior captain Robert Thorpe, gained -
Division of the University of 12:51 two mile run. Ramona Tennantwas so boys their correct places. ranked, Loper says. points. a lot of really helpful experiencefor

Florida's annual fall invitationalmeet third BHS finisher and was 59th Robert Thorpe finished the 5,000 OilS Beats PKY... the future.Especially .
Saturday, Oct. 25. over-all in 12:12: which equates to meter race in 18:45: which convertsto Regular Season Ends... satisfying was the
The over-all winning team for the 12:52: two mile run. Felicia Davis 18:15: for three miles, the usual The Bradford girls beat P.K. The regular cross country season girl's effort in rebuilding with girls
Class 2A Division was Lakeland finished 105th over-all in 12:43: distance, a personal best. Benny yonge of Gainesville with a perfect ended with the PKY meet. who had never run distance before,
Christian with 57 points. Pensacola which converts to a 13:23: two miles. Jackson ran 20:57: a personal best, 13 point score in a dual Monday,Oct. The BHS girls are undefeated withan along with the returning lettermen-
Catholic was second with 58 points. Robin Manning finished 173rd in which equates to a 20:27: three miles. 27, on the BHS course. 11-0 record at home. Over-all the Sapp, Harrell and Manning. t
Over-all, including all 38 schools 13:46: which converts to a 14:26: two Keith Thompson finished in 21:42: Lori Sapp was the girls race in girl's, for the season, won 80 and lost "I feel they have had a banner
competing, BHS was 10th with 405 miles. Achan Jenkins finished 190th which converts to a 21:12: a personal, 13:18.: Other BHS finishes were: 2) year so far, says Coach Loper.
Over-all girls winners was overall in 14:00: which equates to a Felicia Davis 13:35.: 3) Ramona Ten- 26.At home the BHS boys won 2 and The girls have a shot at being firstor
points.Lassiter High School from Georgia 14:40: two mile. Kim Adams was the best.Roger Padgett ran 25:34: which nant 13:54: 4) Christi Harrell 14:05: lost 9 matches. For the season, over- second at district, Loper says. It
with 52 points.The last BHS finisher at 199th in 14:16: equates to a 25:04 three miles. 5) Kim Adams 14:48,6): Robin Mann- all the boys won 12 and lost 91. will be a real battle between Mld-
over-all individual winner of which converts to a 14:56: two miles. Johnny Thompson ran a 26:35: 5,000 Ing 15:15, 7) Achan Jenkins 15:33. Junior Lori Sapp is undefeated on die burg, Bishop Kenny and BHS.
the girls race was Melanie Block 270 girls ran in the over-all big meters, which equates to a 26:05. The PKY girls ended up with no the home course at BHS. Barring an injury or something un-
from Pensacola Catholic in 10:23.3: in race which was run in the rain. The boys got the worst of the rain. team score because they didn't have forseen the BHS girls have a
the 3o0ometer run which equates to Over-all the BHS girls did a pretty There were also 38 schools in the enough finishers. District: Next... legitimate shot of being at least

an 11:03 two mile run, which the good job, says Coach George Loper. boys race.Overall. Wins. The next outing will be the District runner-up, Coach Loper says. The
do. Christ Harrell, Ramona Tennant individual winner in the Thorp 2 championships Saturday, Nov. 8, boys have a legitimate chance of being -
Bradford usually s Lori Sapp was 12th Felicia Davis, Robin Manning, and boys race was Roger Letchworth of Robert Thorpe won the boys three at 8 a.m. at the Florida Junior College among the first six boys teams,
over-all including all classes, in Achan Jenkins all have personal Class 4A Countryside High School mile race in 18:52.: North Campus in Jacksonville Loper says.
11:12: which equates to an 11:52: two bests in the race. from south Florida. Letchworth ran Benny Jackson finished 5th in The BHS runners are very hard af Six district teams go to region.
about a 20:56. Rodger Padgett was 7th in From region four teams qualify for
mile run. the 5.000 meters in 14:43, : work right now preparing for the I
22:50.: Keith Thompson was 8th iun state.

Homestead Exemption Changes from page 1 .1


the taxes" Mrs.Terwillegar said. the first $3,000 exempt, then half of but decided to do a bit of research to. the proposed amendment are basedon Assessed Present Proposed 20,000 0 115.32
The average homestead value in the $25,000, or $12,500 for a total of determine the actual cost to the county-wide assessments and do Value Tax Tax 0 25,000 0 153.2
If the amendment Include millage levied by 4 5,000' 0$ 30,000 14.11 192.21
Bradford county is $32,744 and $17,500 exemption. The owner would homeowner, not
$27,673\ In Union county, to then pay tax on $12,500. passes. The figures shown as taxes municipalities in the county 10,000 0 38.44 35,000 153.7 22'.5'
figures from the Florida according The question was put on the Nov. 4 under the present amendment_ and 15,000 0 76." 40,000 230."; 259.01persons

olRealotn. ballot following an extensive
Statewide 48% of households are legislative study and an overwhelm- Seminole Booster Club News

valued under $43,000..which means, I tj-friK bi-partisan vote, said Mrs. Ter- I invited to attend the
51% are taxed Inequitably, said Mrs. villegar. NL Karle TV-4 sportscaster will -Sept. 305 at a 7 p.m": meeting of the meeting are at WPXE Radio on SR-''
Terwillegar. ...." -.The Telegraph Is,running an explanation Seminole Boosters... )b le the speaker tonight (Thursday, Bradford-Union Seminole Boosters. 100 south. ,(. '
Under the proposed change the of all five proposed Dinner will be $3.50. All Interested .
$30,000: property owner would have Admendments in a separate article, ;1; VI 1-----


I / Starke Elementary News. .. .. Hampton HilitesBy Buckskin Horseman Association the Lake City Community CollegeSat.

sponsored the 1986 two and three night, Oct. 25., The musical,
Mrs. Tetstone5th vided by Janice Walker, Linda year olds futurities over the presented by the Lake City Fine Arts
Hampton and the PTA. Dolores Meng Visitors weekend. Council'and: : Colombia Little!
Grade... .
In science we are learning to Phone 468-1915 Mrs. Pam Wilson and children, Theater, was given as a tributerto .
We are studying Roman Numeralsin Kenny and Amber, spent from Wed. Connie: also won Second Place in Alfonso Levy, a popular local mustclan -
math. Please continue to help classify animals into the six main i GratitudeMrs. to FrI. with her grandmother, Mrs. the English Emiit and was First for : .
your child read numbers in the mammals fish thank Louise Matheus. enroute the Registered of Merit in Arena ,
wishes to were
groups: reptiles, Verna Werre They ;October birthday
millions and billions. amphibians, birds and insects. Ask! friends and neighbors for their home to West Palm Beach from a Performance. 13-Frantz Innocent and David Mc
Special recognition goest to Spelling prayers, gifts of food and other acts visit\ with relatives in Alabama Carver; 15- Barbara Davis 'and
Superstars for the last two your child to tell you what he or she of kindness during the sickness and Congratulations to Connie for the Virgte Barksdale; 18- Lynn Hall;' 19-
weeks. They are: April Arroyave, has learned. death of her husband, George. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Strausbaughof trophies and monetary awards she Dawn Manning and Kenneth
Tamara Ellerson, Crystal Greer, The following students received a received. She was accompanied to
Sylvania, Ohio, wpent Tuesday Crawford; 20- Donnie Brown, David -
the Show her husband William;
Michelle Hodges, Tonya Martin, for a free pizza from the Piz- by ,
coupon Home from Hospital and Wed. with the Francis Meng and Gatlin .and Alicia Dawn Baker; 21-
Angel Mobley, Sharon Morris, Dana za Hut Book-It Program: Robbie Johnnie Johnson returnee home. Paul Meng families. children, Shaun and Brett, her Wayne Kerschner; 23Bryan Ar-
Newsome, Candi Norman, Smita Bassett, LeAnn Carlton, Katina Mont Oct 20, from St. Luke's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Spell cher, Diana Searcy, Stephanie Red- .
Patel, Stephanie Sellers Kelly Hampton, Beth Modesitt and Hospital in Jacksonville where he'' Price Buckskin! and grandmother, Mrs. Viola Lefeb- ding, Rosalita Reyes and Kevin
Thornton, Steve Barber and Darrin Pergina Tyson. They read four spent two weeks following heart Mrs. Connie Muse won First Place vre. Meng24Robert Broome; 25-Elvie
Young. books and did book reports on them. surgery with her three year old Buckskin, A Rigdon;27..Luclan Bradley; 28-Mls-' '.
Special Recognition goes to these R Dun Delight "Little Bit" at the Attend Musical ty Koehler"and Garnet Studerf 29-
Mrs. Patterson4th Spelling Super Stars: Robbie Attend WeddingMrs. Lawrence and Teresa Meng at- Jessie Keafun;,3o- Vicki Zacek and.
Grade... Bassett Chris Cummings, Erroll Ruth Meng and Mrs. Sallye Ocala Livestock Pavilion in Ocala on tended Meredith Wilson's produc Patti Meh| ;;'3t- Trace Thompsonand f
We enjoyed walking to the Hampton, Erin Stansell and Julie Scog ins attended the wedding of Sat: and Sunday. The International tion "The Music Man"'presented, at Polly Woods. '< .,: '
homecoming parade on Friday.. A Walker. Ruth s nephew, Robert E. Perry, ',
Robbie Bassett is our Mad Math Catholic "
Oct. 25 at St. Benedict's .
Champion. He made a perfect score Church in Cambridge Ohio. They ''','', .
special thanks to Jane demons: and
Janice Walker for at the everyday! also attended the wedding receptionat '
helping Look for Honor Roll and awardreowwpnts Golf and {
the Cambridge Country
We the treats > ':
enjoyed .
parade. pro- next week. Club .-L WELCOME HOME .'' '.,' I r., ; ;.

Dollle Kunlg HonoredAt While in Ohio they visited toHospitality .d.l.: .1 ;
and friends in Toledo, J ,
i relatives :
Surprise PartyA Sylvania, Genoa and Columbus '. Week y:; \: ; :.

surprise birthday party was They returned home on Oct. 21. .. : ::: }. !.
held for Dollie Kunic in honor of her refreshed by the cool weather and November 2nd .8t h '
74th birthday Tuesday, Oct. 28, at scenic tours. ft: .
}) '
Richard's Shoes in Starke. !. ) ',
occasion were > :fL, .-
Hostesses for the
Rose Rewak, Glenda Wheeler and JANET'S SECRETARIAL A special time to heal hurts, share concerns, ter': )'ft' :i y ;

Bobbie Byrnes. Approximately ten ; .. ,
persons attended the party. Cakes, SERVICE and ask questions. ':
cokes and other refreshments were Complete business; .bookkeeping .
served. Payroll & tax forrru prepared Call or come by your local Catholic '. :c. .'i
Dollie Student papers professionally typed
The hostesses presented
with a nice gift. All the staff of Resumes prepared Church for more information. ,; -\ -::: ,;
Richard's Shoes would like to wish 964-8757 :.
Dollie many, many more happy bir-
thdavs to come. .\:'"

#4 Bradford County Road Department Grand Street #8A Starke Recreation Center, Pratt Street (
II Lawtey Volunteer Fire Department #5A Bradford County Public uijtwui.rs.viMiwi.icci, #9A Southside Elementary School I Cafeteria ,

. IiI *3A Bradford County Agricultural Building, North 301 .#5B Bradford County Public Library, Jackson Street 12A Chamber of Commerce Building, Walnut-Street "

*3B Bradford County Agricultural Building, North 301 #6A Buckley Residence, Road 225 #13 Terwillegar Ford Motor 'Company, Madison Street

#6B Buckley Residence, Road 225 #14 National Guard Armory, Edwards Road

#15 Brooker Community HouseNOVEMBER


JP1.7'J f"1\:; : BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA ., ':i "ii'' 1.t ,.r'.'\' fDJj' .. '",..Jj, ,'. .

) J J \:. :;::1\1.: ,'1,'}f:l, .;. .l j,'.AJ. ...
9. PRECINCT NO. } '" .
Sheron McCutchen ;7 tJrf 'ff
4, 1986 'I, .!-<...", i :'. i- :it'I 1
Micheal Carroll W "f } t ? t._...' r
\. ":" "" "
McCutchen Carroll ...... .---'I" ...'

Engagement Announced TO VOTE for a candidate whose name Is printed on the ballot mark a cross(X) In the blank space at the RIGHT .

Mr. and Mrs. T.J. McCutchen of the name of the candidate for whom you desire to vote. TO VOTE for a candidate whose name Is not printed on
Starke announce the engagement of the ballot, write In his name In the blank space provided for that purpose.

their daughter, Sheron, to Micheal
Carroll, son of Mr. & Mrs. Rosevelt CONGRESSIONALUnited

Carroll of Hampton. States Senator Treasurer DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL NO. 2CONSTITUTIONAL
The bride-elect and fiance are
graduates of Bradford High School (Vote for One) (Vote for One) AMENDMENT

and Sheron is employed by Starke Shall Judge Edward>T.: Barfield of the 1st ARTICLE X, SECTION 15

Uniform. District vourt, of-Appeal. be retained in office?
The wedding is planned for BOB GRAHAM (Dem) BILL GUNTER (Dem Casino Gambling Authorized SubJect To County ...
November 8, 1986 at Greater Option.

Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Churchof PAULA HAWKINS (Rep) VAN B. POOLE (Rep .. .-------. -
Starke, (' -,::.:; t J'' '1 'tA JUA'II1
Krlstal Ann Sellers ,,'.- -." .. .:. .; .!...- I--t.-( --.. -a I \) ._. __ .rJ j a, 4 .... Hu-. amtndmti'.ntji Ihnrb.lpg cuiAo gain- '
hotels of 600 in counties where
NO rooms or more
Write-In Candidate for Commissioner of Education
Celebrates Birthday electors of a county have by initiative referendum
United States Senator (Vote for One)
approved casino gambling and the
Kristal Ann Sellers, daughter of Shall Judge Anne Cawthon Booth of the 1st geographic boundaries for such casino gambl
Dale & Kim Sellers of Lawtey,
District Court of Appeal be retained in office? ing in their county; the legislature to enact
celebrated her first birthday
witha BETTY CASTOR (Dem) such laws necessary to assure reasonable
Wednesday, August 27, at home I I
limitation,licensi..?,regulation and taxation of
family party.
RON HOWARD (Rep) such casino gambling. -
cake YES
The guests enjoyed a
decorated with a Rainbow Brite I NO 8

theme ice cream" soft drinks. Representative Congress2nd Commissioner of AgricultureVote ---
Guests included her sister, YES for Approval
Heather, Grandpa & Grandma Congressional District ( for One) t \ .......
Boyer of Starke, Uncle Chuck Boyer (Vote for One) Shall Judge E.R. "Dick" Mills. Jr.. of( the 1st NO for Rejection .
and Tracey Starkey of Stake, Wayne District Court of Appeal be retained In office?

&Cathy Wood of Starke, Grandpa & DOYLE CONNER Dem
( )
Grandma Sellers, Aunt Carrie & NO.3CONSTITUTIONAL

Lori Sellers of Lawtey, Uncle Eddie,, CHARLES BRONSON (Rep) YES AMENDMENT
Aunt Shelby & cousin Shannon Boat- I BILL GRANT (Dem) I I ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6

wright of Lawtey. \ NO ARTICLE XII, SECTION 20

Alpha Nu Hears Representative Write-In Candidate In Congress2nd for Shall Judge Douglass B. Shivers of the 1st Homestead Tax Exemption .

From Rotary Scholar Congressional District District Court of Appeal be retained in office?

About Southeast Asia LEGISLATIVEState Provides that the homestead tax exemptionshall
be changed from $25.000 to $5,000, plus
"Lifestyles of the Poor and Senator5th YES one-half of the assessed value over$5,000, the
Unknown" was the theme for I I Senatorial District I I total exemption not to exceed 25OOC.
Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta Kappa NO
Vote for One
Gamma at their meeting last Tues- ( )

day night.
The women educators from Union Shall Judge Larry G Smith of the 1st District YES for Approval

and Bradford Counties were enter- STATE WAYNE HOLLINGSWORTH (Dem Court of Appeal be retained in office? NO for Rejection >' ,
tained and informed by Gary Grif- Governor & Lieutenant Governor

fis, a geography teacher from (Vote for Group) PAT COOK (Rep
Baker County. Griffis spent a yearin
Southeast Asia as a Rotary In- YES NO. 4CONSTITUTIONAL
ternational Scholar.He I NO B AMENDMENT

sang a song, modeled native STEVE PAJCIC (DemFRANK ARTICLE IV, SECTION 10
costumes, described life styles and rrtr _. ARTICLE V, SECTION 3
showed slides from MANN NONPARTISAN
Malaysia Shall Judge Winifred L. Wentworth of the 1st

Australia.The Singapore., Taiwan, Japan BOB MARTINEZ ((Rap) JUDICIAL District! Court of Appeal be retained in office? Supreme Court Opinion on Proposed Initiatives.
group met int he beautiful new
board room at the Starke Center of BBYBRANaT. RE qWriteIn Provide. that the Attorney General shall, as
Santa Fe Community College. Gail Shall Justice Rosemary Barkett of the YES' directed by general law request the Supreme. '

Cook, president, presided over the Supreme Court bo retained in office? I B Court to render an expeditious advisory oplnion !-..
business meeting. NO as to the validity of an Initiative petition
Nancy Brewer gave a devotional Candidate for which proposes an amendment to the State
reading from a Robert Frost poem. Governor & Lieutenant Governor Constitution and requires the Supreme Courtto
Nancy Canova and Susan Scott YES issue an advisory opinion upon request of '
taught the group two songs, one of I 8 PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL the Attorney General,-and by rule to permit :v" "
which was sung as a round. NO
interested to be heard on the
persons -
Joyce Norman, Legislative Com- I .. .n,.. ., AMENDMENTS OR OTHER presented by the Attorney General. :'
mittee Chairwoman, surveyed the PUBLIC MEASURESTo I
group on life styles and vital Shall Justice Parker Lee McDonald of the ,< ,
statistics. At the close of the Supreme be retained In office? .. .j
meeting, she presented a chapter vote on a constitutional amendment or YES Approval :.' : ." :-
member's Secretary of State other public measure mark a cross (X) in the
comparing the '' '
statistics profile to those of the national (Vote for One) YES blank space next to either YES or NO. NO for Rejection "l' .:' : ",.::,;

population.Refreshments. I B -.- :i.'" .'
were served by the NO NO. 1 1CONSTITUTIONAL NO. 5CONSTITUTIONAL :1I1; .nn '
following hostesses: Muriel Norman AMENDMENT-- .;
Helen Johns, Maxine Gibson, GEORGE FIRESTONE (Dem) SECTION AMENDMENT .tf ;
Mona Canova and Carolyn Folsom. Shall Judge Ben F. Overton_ of the Supreme "':4 f ,. ARTICLE X, SECTION 15 'ml.ol1-' ,.\
4 : rvn :
Court be retained In office? 'I" .JI"* r, 'tSlate .
\ .
Operated Lotteries
General Authority of Attorney General to Appoint A
Attorney AT.e

C8WSTV III UAllIU UUUAM (Vote for One) YES B Statewide Prosecutor. !: Amendment authorizes the state tooperate t:, .
I lotteries. It provides''a severance 't
Published Thursdayat NO Proposes to grant to the Attorney General clause to retain the above provision should any "
authority to appoint a statewide prosecutor
subsection subsections, be held unconstitutional .
135 W. Call Street "BOB" .. having concurrent jurisdiction with the state or 'I'
Florida 32091 .. multicircuit violationsof l because of more haa one subject. Theschedule ..
Starke attorneys to prosecute .
provides. unles changed by law for !
Second Class postage paid at JIM WATT (Rap ." ',.. .\ the criminal laws of the state. 'thevfotteri\\ Starke FloridaSubscription tion Lotter viand for the net proceeds derived p .
ComptrollerVote to -be deposited in a state trust fund, .
Rates YES for Approval State Education LolleYlea' Trust ,.': .
12.00 year ( for One) ''Qo 11,1' "+ .... B'. designated .
In-trade area: per *' ;ir"t. I Fund. appropriation by Lt"latur. w.-II ,

7.00 six months ,,, '-. ., NO for Rejection r'!k "' .

Outside area: $13 per year ( ,..... .:-.!""f.,\ .. '. ." :'.i'W/, 'J' I /
$7.50 six months '[LEWIS (DemB '' I YES for Appr laf \

JERRYT.GATES ( NO for Rejection .

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HEARING TEST CSX Plans to Run 4 Coal -Trains Per Dav.on Line" .,. 1

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: Four coal trains per day, two local Brooker,and thus Starke. by the Brooker
and two unit trains will roll through ing of 1989, railroad officials spr tolwe've II There council members Oct. 14. percent of the cost,and the state furnishing -
will be only] two crossings in the remaining 10 percent.
Brooker. One crossing will be closed

and the crossing beside the Crossings Closed... f
Brooker city hall is considered
DOT will close the crossing adja-
private and
won't be
eWe the state Department of recognized by cent to the fire house,since the pave-
tion. ment ends at the railroad, and that
Gray Chandler senior street Is not shown on the map of the 4 I
project town, said Crews. ,
engineer, and Parker
projects engineer, of CSX Corpora; The crossing near the city hail is !S
tlon, formerly] Seaboard Coast Line) considered to be a private crossing,
and DOT will
and claim no jurisdiction
Terry Crews, district railroad
coordinator for the over It. Presumably it will remain
Specialize In Helping Department of open, but unmarked.

People Hear Better gone batty Brooker Transportation council meeting., attended the Crews told the council that DOT i
will Install new cross buck! signs
Council Chairman C.3.
orne _y an See s over Halloween!!! recognized the visitors, and Stalnaker gave road highway warning signs and painted!
them the floor. Chandler introduced markings, prior to trains runnIng -

1st Monday of each month Beat the Rushl! Trick or Treat Early Crews the two to men brief with the him,council and asked in two through crossings town.remaining There will,be when only j

reference to railroad crossings plans are complete and operational

Next Date: Monday, Nov. 3 Thursday,Closing Oct. 30 within"DOT the has town Jurisdiction limits. over all Train Speeds...

930; 12:30at Taste these be crossings," stated Crews. There are Train speeds have not been set,
"wltch"lng treats
approximately 5,800 road level but will probably be established at
crossings in the state,with some 200 either 25 mph or 40 mph within town
Mitchell's Drug Store Rumple MemSchnapps St. Paull Girl per year being marked with proper limits. When council members sug.

I 'In Starke for a FREE HEARING TEST lmBEERdl5Da I signals and gates. Each crossing is gested the lower speeds, Parker
assigned a priority number, basedon made two observations of interest:
I, and/or Hearing Aid Check Up. If you can $ *100. a number of criteria, Including "More than 50 percent of all car-

jt I hear but not understand, take advantage of .. rail and automotive traffic, visibili train accidents" occur at signalized
ty, train speeds, school buses crossIng crossings and "more than 65 per-
special event by a Fla. Licensed Hear. Package Store the tracks, and several other cent of all car-train accidents occur
/ling Aid Specialist from: Gainesville. considerations. while the train is traveling at 25
:_. Specials However a priority cannot beestabllshed'for mph, or less." )

Serving N. Fla. for 1 6 Yrs. In-Home Appts. Available Old Milwaukee's Best... .,*, $200 this time, since Brooker there are crossings no trains at Motorists have a tendency to try
Special prices on Quart, tool running. Crews estimated it will
to "beat" a slow traveling train to
Audio take 18 months to get signals and the crossing, but will and wait
Hearing Services Miller Draft ,.,...',.,.........IIoIItI.! $225 gates installed on the two crossings, for a fast moving train.stop Slow moving

dESSIE'SLOUNGE after the trains begin to operate. trains tie up a crossing for a longer
1905 NW 13th St. Gainesville 373-5507 When asked the cost of signal installations length of time, Parker said.
Crews said approx
imately $65,000 per crossing, with
the federal government funding 90 How Many

When asked how trains
would.. --- -run--. th.n..h un ... n.. __".._
PRECINCTS & LOCATIONS 17 Headstart School (Formerly R.J.E. ) 110B Faith Presbyterian Church, Road 21 & 21B Chandler told the w. council "ao
#8B average of four a day, two unit
Starke Recreation Center, Pratt Street #11
#2A Lawtey Volunteer Fire Department Hampton City Hall (coal) trains and two locals; that
*9B Southslde Elementary School Cafeteria 12B Chamber of Commerce Walnut means both ways."He told the council 1 i
Lawtey Volunteer Fire Department the line through Brooker will
lOA, Theressa Community Center, S.W. 38th Avenue #16 Southslde Elementary School Cafeteria replace a line that currently runs

OFFICIAL BALLOT from High Springs to DuPont,
Georgia, near Waycross. The new
line will reduce the distance from
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA coal mines in Kentucky to
'" { : ::. Gainesville and Crystal River approximately -
: PRECINCT NO. 75 miles,with less track
Pc r1; : NOVEMBER 4, 1986 S'if AMPL:: : to maintain, and lower train
operating cost. That line will be
taken up, subsequent to the new line }
\ becoming operational.The .
(or a candidate whose name Is printed on the ballot, mark a cross(X) In the blank space at the RIGHT of
the name of the candidate for whom you desire to vote. TO VOTE for a candidate whose name Is not printed on CSX board of directors has approved -
the ballot,.write In his name In the blank space provided for that purpose. the plans. The president concurs
but has not signed off on the
project, but is expected to do so, f
United States Senator Treasurer AMENDMENT must be obtained from government

(Vote for One)' (Vole for One) Shall Judge Edward T. Barfield of the let ARTICLE X, SECTION 15 agencies.Commission Interstate(ICC) must approve Commerce the

District Court of Appeal be retained In office? request to build 8.3 miles of track

Casino Gambling Authorized Subject To County from Brooker to Haynesworth, near
BOBGRAHAM ( ) BILLGUNTER ( ) Option. I Alachua. The Corp of Engineersmust
DemB _CDemB approve crossing the Santa Fe

---- PAULA HAWKINS .( ) y VAN B. POOLE ) _YES NO )::j An amendment authorizing casino gambling In usually River and take Rocky four to Creek six months..Permits for ..

hotels of 600 rooms or more in counties where approval. Chandler said it would
Write-In Candidate for Commissioner Education elector of a county have by initiative referendum take "about 18 months" to construct
approved casino gambling and the the new line,and rebuild the
United States Senator. (Vote for One) Shall Judge Anne Cawthon Booth of the let geographic boundaries for such casino gambling line from Brooker to Starke.existing The
District Court of Appeal be retained In office? in their the to trestle
county; legislature enact between Samson and Rowell
such law necessary to assure reasonable Lakes will require renovation, in all
I BETTY CASTOR ( ) limitation. ,licensing,regulation' and taxation of probability.When .
I Dona YES auch casino gambling
RON HOWARD ( ) I B asked for an estimated
NO schedule to begin trains running,
for Approval Chandler said "in the spring of
Representative In Congress Commissioner of Agriculture B 1989."
Shall Judge E.R. "Dick" of the lit
2ndCongresslonalDistrict (Vote for One) NO for Rejection
District Court of Appeal be retained in office?
(Vote for One)
90 Car Trains...

(DOYLECONNER ''''"''a) YES j 8 CONSTITUTIONAL NO. 3 AMENDMENT trains Chandler had been was mentioned told that a numberof 90 car

CHARLES BRONSON (Rap) NO ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6 times, and asked why 90 cars? He
I BILL GRANT (Oem)o| ARTICLE XII, SECTION 20 stated "because the coal mines
J loading facihtes can handle 90 cars.
At one time, their
Shall Judge Douglass B. Shivers of the let capacity was 72
Write-In Candidate for Homestead Tax Exemption cars and we had 72 car trains.
District Court of Appeal be retained in office?
A 90-car( train
Representative In Congress traveling 10 miles
2nd Congressional. District' LEGISLATIVE Provides that the homestead tax exemption an hours will clear a crossing in five
State Senator shall be changed from $25,000 to $5.000, plus minutes, according to R.L. Leckie,
YES one-half of the assessed value over $5,000 the manager of news and media communications
5th Senatorial E3
Ones total exemption not to exceed $25,000. for CSX.
(Vote for ) NO .
I ]I v. No Starke Meeting...

The reporter for the Telegraphtold
Shall Judge Larry G. Smith of the lit District YESforAPProval Parker that the City of Starke is
'. ::1. ; WAYNE HOLUNGSWORTH (Dem) Court of Appeal be retained In office? NO for Rejection B concerned about trains blocking

automotive traffic on south US-301,
STATE and asked if there are plans to meet
Governor & Lieutenant Governor YES NO. 4CONSTITUTIONAL with the Starke City Council. Parker
State B checked with Chandler, and replied
(Vote for Group) Representative AMENDMENT
NO "No, not at this time. Later Parker
21st House District ARTICLE IV, SECTION 10 said "if the city desires a such a

ARTICLE V, SECTION 3 meeting, they should contact Mr.
STEVE PAJCIC (Dem Shall Judge Winifred L. Wentworth of the lit W.G. Merritt, Division Manager,
District Court of Appeal be retained In office? CSX, Warrington St.Jacksonville.Pecan .
FRANK MANN SUSAN C.WEIGEL ( ) Supreme Court Opinion on Proposed Initiatives.
/ON M """ Dem8

BOB MARTINEZ 'Rep" CHANCE IRVINE ( ) Provides that the Attorney General shall, a*

BOBBY" YES 8 I E directed by general law, request the Supreme (

_' _N_N1lRY_ _ _ _ _ _ _ ._ _ _ NO Court to render an expeditious advisory opinion
as to the validity of an Initiative petition
which proposes an amendment to the State
NONPARTISAN Constitution, and requires the Supreme Court
Write-in Candidate for JUDICIAL to Issue an advisory opinion upon request of M'
Governor & Lieutenant Governor the Attorney General and by rule to permit Crop :
interested persons to be heard on the question "
AMENDMENTS OR OTHER presented by the Attorney General. I
(from page 3A) a,
Shall Justice Rosemary Barkett of the PUBLIC MEASURES
Thursday, except Thanksgiving, as '
I I Supreme Court be retained. in office? long as the volume holds up. e
To vote on a constitutional amendment or YES for Approval }d

Secretary of State _ _ other public measure, mark a crone (IXI'nt") I t''NO for Rejection, a Rules for Marketing...
(Vote for One) YE S blank apace next to either YES or NO. There are 6 simple rules for the
8 I i growers to follow:

NO NO. 1 NO.5CONSTITUTIONAL (1) Weigh-In each Thursday, bet. .
ween 8 a.m. and 12 noon.
(2) Sales will begin at 1:00: p.m.
I GEORGE (Cern8 Shall Justice Parker Lee McDonald of the ARTICLE IY, SECTION 4 ARTICLE X, SECTION 15 each Thursday.

JIM SMITH ( Supreme, Court be retained in office? ARTICLE V, SECTION 17 (3) A market fee of .02 per pound
State Operated Lotteries will be charged both buyer and
of A seller on all pecans handled.
Authority Attorney General to Appoint
General) (4) Buyers will be required to posta
Attorney YES Statewide Prosecutor. The Amendment authorize the state to
(Vote for One) 1110 8 operate lotteries. It provide a severance purchase$25 cash is deposit made., returnable if no

Propose to grant to the Attorney General clause toretaintheabove provision should any (5) Pecans will not be accepted in i
authority to appoint a statewide prosecutor subsection: or subsections: be held unconstituROBERTA."BOB" plastic trash bags, paper bags or
having concurrent jurisdiction with the state Uonal because of more than one subject. Thee boxes.
( ,, Shall Judge Ben F. Overton of the Supreme
B attorney to proeecute multicircuit violations schedule provide, unless changed by law, for (8) Please have all of the same
retained in office?
I JIM WATT ,. (Rep) ,. Court of the criminal law of the state. the lotteries to be known. the Florida Education variety or kinds separated and all of ,

..' ,. "jJv.. Lotteries and for the net proceed derived each variety together so they can be ,
'' '',, .,.;a ... to be deposited In a state trust fund, weighed at the same time. Tagging
Comptroller., YES f" J EJ designated State Education Lotteries Trust them will be helpful.

(Vote for One) "I.I t, (NO- .1 '. -., I i"8, Fund,for appropriation by the Legislature. Allen said "We appreciate the fine
cooperation and patronage you have
given us in the past, and look for
ward to serving you again this.,
GERALD LEWIS, ( i ES for Approval B season.", For more Information call

JERRYT.GATES J3 NOfaRdecUan 964-6951 or 0049811.FREE .

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Brooker Council Members Finalize Changes in City CharterA

new law for the city clerk and "An ordinance relating to the of- upon being signed by the mayor you to the position of town marshal, The move has been contemplated high bidder, Donald M. Richards
town marhsal to be appointed by the fices of town clerk and town mar- provides for the offices of town clerk rather than acting marshal." for some time because Brooker has Ft. White was present for the bidopening

city commission was unanimously shal; Providing for the appointmentof and town marshal to become appoin- Clerk Linda Robinson said found it difficult to keep a qualified ,Land tendered a check for

passed on the second and final persons to such office; Providing tive by the town council, rather than Wednesday her elective term is not marshal who Is a resident of Last week, in a called meeting, the

reading at its October 14 regular procedures for an appointment; elective by the residents. up until February, which time the Brooker. council planned to renovate the city

meeting.The Providing a term of office; Providing Acting town marshal Tommy I clerk's post will become appointive. hall to accommodate the recently

ordinance was made possibleby for suspension and removal Raulerson asked Blinn when the ordinance Clerk Robinson said Mayor Blake Fire Truck Sold... purchased computer, and tentatively -

a special act of the legislature, from such offices; Providing for would become effective, Hamilton is writing a letter recom- Clerk Robinson opened bids for an contracted with Joe Robinson to

during the 1986 session. temporary replacements i Providing and was told "your appointment expires mending the temporary appoint- old fire truck the council had deter do the work. Robinson advised the

Ordinance no. 86-06, prepared by for implementation; And providingan when the mayor signs the ordinance ment of Raulerson which will be up mined to be surplus to its needs. council in its Oct. 14 meeting that he

city attorney Roger Bhnn, is titledas effective date." but there is nothing to prevent before the council for approval or Three bids were received, in would be unable to do the job, due to

follows The ordinance will become law the council from re-appointing disapproval at the Nov. 11 meeting. amounts of $250, $350 and $801. The his work load. _

. Brooker News

Halloween Carnival... school as needed for much needed be anything you wish if you work and reporter. Next meeting is set Mon- with more coming in. Those joining member of the student council Na-

supplies. A big "Thank You" for all earn I the right."This day on Nov. 24 at 7:30 p.m. in the shoot are qualified to sign up tional Honor Society, Little
The spirit of Halloween and car- the for the Shoot Woman's Club of Starke and
the support you, public gave us is also a tlrst tor me. YoursIs Turkey Sweepstakes was
nival time was in evidence Saturday from your Brooker PTA and the first club I have had the Birthday Girl, 2... sponsored by Field and Stream plus chosen most friendly. Pam Is the
in Brooker students
as gathered at
City Hall to participate in the annual Elementary School. priviledge of meeting with since arriving Little Michelle Quicksall, 2yearold many prizes donated by: Purina, daughter of Mrs. Mary Willinghath.

parade Silence prevailed as the in the county. I am looking daughter of Mr and Mrs. Arthur Goodyear, John Deere, Jim Beam, Priscilla Welch, Queens Court andis

witch hour of parade time arrived.All forward to getting to know you and Quicksall, celebrated her birthday etc. President of Future Business
of a sudden an ear spliting 4-11 Club... your leader and will provide support recently at the home of her grand- Leaders of America. Priscilla is the

sound penetrated the air as the Brooker 4-H Club had a first Mon- when and where ever I can," said parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick 5 Active at BUS... daughter Welch. of Mr. & Mrs. Donald

sirens on the Police and Fire Depart- day evening, Oct. 20. guest speakerRod Buchele. "As soon as the clubs are Tetstone. Approximately 20 little Brooker is proud that five of our
ment vehicles began to wail. Someone Buchele, recently employed as organized throughout the county anda friends from ages 1 through 6 helpedthe young citizens contributed their

yelled, "Here they come" as 4-H cordmator for the Agriculture county council set up, then we will little birthday girl celebrate. Bir- talents' to those of others to make the Debbie Parrish, Queens Court aril

the procession began to move. The Extension Office in Starke. Giving a need you to appoint a delegation to thday cake, cup cakes, ice cream BHS Tornado Homecoming a suc- a member of the Little Woman's

wet cloudy weather did not dampenthe quick rundown on his past history, attend and report back to your" club and kool-aid was enjoyed by all. cess this year. These young ladies Club of Starke. Debbie is the

spirit of young and old as they Buchele said he was a 4-H agent In the activities of the council. have accomplished outstanding daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Par-
lined the Main Street of town to the Northern Part of Wisconsin near Of the 27 members of the Brooker Turkey Shoot... recognition as following: rish.
watch the Lake Michigan for the past 15 years.In club there were 22 preseny with 5 Suzanne Dyal Future Business
ghosts, goblins, pum- A reminder to the public. Field Deena Cox, National Honor Society ,
pkins, witches, hobo, Mickey Mouse, fact he said, his parents were both absentees. Several fund-raising pro- and Stream magazine and the Na- Sweetheart, Senior Class presi- leaders of America Sweetheart and

Snow White and many more outstan- 4-H members and he became one at jects were discussed before the tional Volunteer Fire Department is dent, a member of the student coun- belongs to the Little Woman's Clubof

ding costumed children go by. the age of nine. After reaching meeting adjourned. Officers electedfor sponsoring a turkey shoot for the cil, Little Woman's Club of Starke Starke. Suzanne is the daughter of
Arriving at their destination the adulthood and on tour with a groupof the new year were: Mickey Bath, Brooker Volunteer Fire Department and was chosen as best personality. Mr. & Mrs. Lavern Dyal.

procession disbanded and the judging 4-H'ers in Swissland, Buchele met leader; Sarah Crews, president; Saturday, Nov. 1, beginning at 9 Deena is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. May we of Brooker offer our con-
of costumes began. Judges for his wife, also with a group. Buchele Stephen Gainey, vice-president; Tommy Cox. gratulations to you five outstanding

this event were School Board emphasized the Importance of 4-H Patricia Bath, secretary and a.m.Fire chief Tony Stalnaker said he Pam Willingham, Chorus young ladies and say we are proud

member Evelyn Chasteen, PTA and told his listeners, "You can do or treasurer, and Tommy Hamilton, has quite a few turkeys available Sweetheart, a Senior Class Senator you are from our town.

President Andy Jordan, Mrs. Tina
McRae and former PTA treasurer
Karen Smith. Costumes were judged Legal BRADFORD COUNTYBy and for Bradford County Florida In Copies of this proposed Board Rule
be obtained at the Superintendent'sofilce
from three categories, most Beulah Moody D.C. which J. D. ODOM and VERNIE P. ODOMare may
between 8:00 and 4:00 ,
I a.m. :
: p.m.
original, prettiest and ugliest. Notices 10/9 4tchg 10/30 the Plaintiffs, and GEORGE F.
Monday through Friday.
Pre-school: most originalwitchTravis _____-- wlthfhe. Florida
This is in compliance
Ellis; ugliest pirate Chad RUBBER COMPANY INC. a/k/a Statues, Chapter 12054la( )( ), amendedby

Thomas; prettiest exercise girl NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA, GENERAL TIRE SERVICE, THE UNITED the 1986 Florida Legislature.Jim .
Christian Hodge.Kindergarten EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND Duncan Superintendent
: most original FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. Bradford Schools
clown Mindy Raulerson; ugliest STORAGE UNIT Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida CASE NO.: 86-175 FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK and 10303tchg1113NOTICE

cat Alicia Ellis; prettiest bride Node Is hereby given pursuant to Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the FORTUNE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND BALDWIN CHEVROLET-OLDS, INC.. a _

Meredith Jondon. Florida Statutes 83.806 that on Nov. 8, undersigned Robert H. Monk P.O. Box LOAN ASSOCIATION Florida Corporation are the Defendants -

First and second grades: most 1986, 10 a.m., a sale will be held at Bid, 128 Brooker FL 32622, sole owner do- Plaintiff I will sell to the highest and best OF APPLICATION FOR
original dwarf- Dopey Keith Gnf- 1 I. Unit 37, Mini of America Storage, Ing business under the firm name of vs. bidder for cash at the East front door of AMENDMENT OF LAND USE PLAN
fis; ugliest t\o headed monster PAUL L. KING LOIS KING FLORIDA NATIONAL Bradford Courthouse In
Melrose Fla.. phone 4737683. This tale KIDTECH P.O. Box 128 Brooker FL the County TOWN OF BROOKER. FLORIDAAn
Matthew Carver; prettiest girl in Involves property of the following 32622 intends to register said fictitiousname BANK WALTER E. KEARBEY, Starke, Bradford County, Florida at ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive -
yellow Joy Stafford. tenants and what Is believed to be under the aforesaid statute. JANET M. KEARBEY EDGAR H. DUKES 11:00: A.M. on November 12, 1986, the land Use Plan Element and
Third and fourth grades: most stored. Dated this 16th day of October A.D., DEBORAH DUKES, FLEET FINANCE INC., following described property set forth In Brooker Florida. In accordancewith
the order of Final Judgment:
Saul Urratia
original mummy ; Louise Pozdalskl 1986 In Bradford County. HOXIE, and UNITED STATES OF the local Government Comprehensive -
ugliest werewolf Doug Colson; P.O. Box 841 10/16 4tpd 11/6 AMERICA The East 3/4 at North Half (Nl/2) of Planning Act of 1975 as provided for

prettiest Snow White Michelle Melrose, FL 32666 Defendants the Southeast Quarter (SE1/4)) of Northeast In Chapter 163 of the Florida Statutes.TO .

Jones. Household Items FurnitureA NOTICE OF SALE BY CLERK Quarter (NE1/4)) of Section 18, : All Citizens, Taxpayers and other
sale of the entire contents of unit 6 South, 22 East
Fifth and sixth grades: most NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to Township Range interest persons:
original hobo Jace Pierce; ugliest will be made to the highest bidder If no. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO the Final Judgment entered In pursuant this case, DATED this 14th day of October, 1986. You and each of you are hereby and

-a tie between space creature Jason bidder, the sale will be conducted pursuant REGISTER dated October 27, 1986, that I will sell to GILBERT S. BROWN CLERK herewith given notice in accordancewith
Corbin & the grim reaper Bryan to rental agreement between tenant FICTITIOUS NAME the highest and best bidder for,cash. In By: Beulah Moody Florida Statutes that the Town

Clark, both boys were awarded and landlord Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida the First Floor Lobby of the Bradford Deputy Clerk Council of Brooker Florida will conducta

prizes; prettiest Queen Jennifer 10/302tchg 11/6 Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the County Courthouse In Starke, Florida at 10/232tchg 10/30 public hearing at a regular meeting

Magyar!. undersigned Sandra S. Norman Norman 11:00: a.m. on the 20th day of November held at 7.30: p.m. at Town Hall Brooker,
Following the awards, the large CALL FOR BIDS 's Farm, Inc.. 1103 S. Walnut St., 1986 the following described propertyas Florida on November II, 1986 and will
crowd filled the school grounds as Sealed bids will be received by the City Starke, Florida, sole owner doing set forth in the Final Judgment to NOTICE OF AUCTION consider an Ordinance relating to:
advanced the of Starke Commission at the City Hall business under the firm name of Normans wit: NOTICE Is hereby given that under Amend the Comprehensive Land Use
upon many
booths with all kinds of goodies for In Starke, Florida until 7:30 p.m, Market, 1103 S. Walnut St., East 1/2 of SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of SE and by virtue of Part IV of Chapter 83 FS Plan to provide that lands currently
sale. Sales were brisk. November 18, 19B6 at which time and Starke, Florida Intends to register said 1/4 all In Section 23 Township 6 South, as Self Storage Facility Act that the classified single family and designatedby
The dunking pond very became place all bids received will be publicly fictitious name under the afotesalditatute. Range 22 East, excepting county graded undersigned will sell for cash to the the plan as yellow be reclassified to
quite bidder at 301 South 1642 S.
road. highest mobile home and designated brown the
opened and read aloud on the following
climbed popular as onto Principal the dunking Bill McKaw seat. I Specifications may be seen at City Dated this 16th day of October A.D. DATED this 27th day of October 1986. Walnut St.. Starke, FL at 5:00 p.m. on the property of Dale and Shirley Ross,
10th of November 1986 the contents
Hall. 1986 In Bradford County. GILBERT S. BROWN ClerkBY described as follows:
believe all the children present must Mini-Pumper Fire Truck 10/16 4tpd 11/6 : Linda L. Pearce of Unit No. 17 belonging to Betty L. BLOCK 1 LOT 9, of WARD CITY knownas
have had a try at him as he finally Roberts mist household
The of Starke the Deputy
City reserves right to -- ------- ------ ----
emerged sometime later looking as C & C Mini 1642 S.
all bids. 11/6 2tchg 11/13 goods, by Storage, COUNTY.You .
accept or reject any or
though he was waterlogged. The effective date will be date of ac.ceplonc. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Walnut St., Starke, FL 32091 9648848. are further given NOTICE that a
Highlights of the evening were the .. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDAIN 10/30 2tchg 11/6 copy ->f said proposed ORDINANCE Is

raffle drawing. The winners were: City of Starke Florida AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY NOTICE OF BRADFORD COUNTY available for your Inspection at the Office -

portable stereo Alicia Ellis; Teddy byNeilL: Tucker CIVIL ACTION 86.439 HEALTH FACILITIES of the Town Clerk Town Hall
Ruxpin ; bicycle City Clerk Brooder, Florida.
Griffis: $200 gift certificate from 10301tchgINVITATION In Re: The Marriage of YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that NOTICE is hereby given that on Mon Each and every person having any interest .
Service Merchandise Stephanie RUSSELL H. GREEN III the Bradfnrd County Health Facilities day November 10, 1986, at 10:00 o'clock whatever In the enactment of this

Sowell all of Brooker; G.E, VCR Husband Authority will hold a public meeting in A.M. the undersigned, Gator proposed ORDINANCE should appear
Fred Williams of Gainesville, the 12 TO BID Plaintiff the Bradfnrd Couny Coui'house, S'arke, Freightways, Inc., will sell at public auction and be heard at the time and place

guage shotgun Ted Cremer of Sealed bids are being accepted for ((1)) v. J. GREEN, Florida, nn Friday November 7, 1986 at for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville prescirbed,
Starke new 3/4 ton truck delivered to the City 3'00 pan The purpose of the meetingwill Fla., 32205 one lot of cooler Insert TOWN COUNCIL
Principal Bill McRae reported the of Starke Sewage Department Wife Defendant be to award the Binds of the Bradford consigned to S.acrafllnd of Ft Louder TOWN OF BROOKER
listed below Coun'y Heal'h hacili'les Authority dale, Fla.; one lot of sailboard parts consigned FLORIDA
clear profit from the sales exceededthe Specifications are : NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO
and for final ,,,'ere,' anderms Boomer Boardsalllng, 10/30
All standard Address e"ing ra'es to 10/232tchg
predicted goal of 5000. The PTA equipment : DOROTHY J. GREEN .
In connection "herewith.George Dunedin Fla., to satisfy freight and
will allocate these monies to the 3/4 ton heavy duty chassis 133" wheelbase Unknown.
W. Roberts, Jr. charges under the provisions of
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action storage
School MenusNov. Service body Chall.nger Model for Dissolution of Marriage has Chairman10302chgll6 Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of PUBLIC NOTICE

96VVS,39" height. With swivel boom been filed against you and you ore required Lading. INVITATION TO BID

3 Nov 7 .winch.mounted lift Moor. model L.21 or.qulv. to serve a-copy your written Pro. 04-885645 02-720137 dtd dtd 8/20/86 5/27/86 This Is to Inform you that the City of

defenses If to it, the plaintiff Community Development
any on s lawtey
Bradford Elem. & Middle School V-8 engine, 350 cu. In. or equlv. attorney whose name and address is: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Gator Freightways, Inc., Carrier Department Is soliciting sealed bids for

Monday: Chicken & noodles, buttered green Automatic transmission. DUDLEY P. HARDY, P.A. IN AND FOR 10/302tchg 11/6 TWO ((2)) MOBILE HOME UNITS, size 14 x
peas, peaches n peanut butter sandwich milk. Pwer steering and brakes. BRADFORD
P.O. Drawer 1030 COUNTY FLORIDA 66 to be used as relocation housing

Tuesday mixed vegetables: Hamburger, fruit gravy jells biscuits mashed, milk.potatoes, Heater Stark., Florida 32091 CASE NO: 86-275-CA NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO units. Bids to be opened at Fred Fox

Wednmduy: Beef.vegetable soup, crackers, Air conditioning and file the original with the clerk of the SOUTHEAST MORTGAGE COMPANY, REGISTER Enterprises Inc., 421'/i' St. Johns
cheese toast cabbage slaw chocolate cake 2 side mirrors west coast style above styled court on or before Plaintiff Avenue Palatka. Florida on Thursday
milk. Color White November 24, 1986 otherwise a judge vs. November 13. 1986 at 11 :05 a.m. No bids
Thursday: Whaler on a bun French fries, green All bids must be received In the City Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
ment may be entered against you for the CHRISTOPHER D. KNIPE and JUDYR. will be accepted after 11:00: a.m. Please
beans, chocolate pudding, milk Hall City of Starke. prior to 6:30 .m.Tuesday Statutes, notice Is hereby given that theundersigned
Beef, roni, cheese sllx garden salad p relief demanded In the complaint or KNIPE his wife.Defendants. mark envelope "SEALED BID FOR
Friday: a-
J. E. Milligan & AMJ Inc a
November 4, 1986 to be considered -
banana hot rolls,, milk. petition. MOBILE HOMES TO BE OPENED
.Bradford Middle School students have a choiceof WITNESS my hand and the seal of said AMENDED partnership, joint owners doing NOVEMBER 13, 1986".
a hot lunch or a salad bar, The City of Starke reserves the right to Court on October 13, 1986. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO business under the firm name of JEM Bid price to Include delivery and setupIn
reject any or all bids. GILBERT S. BROWNAs DEFENDANT: PROPERTIES P.O. Box 698 Storke, Lawtey. Florida. Further Information
Bradford School
High Bids should be mailed or delivered to, Clerk of said Court CHRISTOPHER D. KNIPE Florida 32091 Intends to register' said and specifications can be picked up at
Monday. Salisbury Steak rice & gravy green Mr. Neil Tucker City Clerk. City of fictitious name under the aforesaid '
Beulah ADDRESS UNKNOWNlast 421 /. St Johns
beans, chocolate cake, peaches, biscuits milk. By: MoodyAs Fred Fox Enterprises,
Tuesday: Spaghetti w/meat sauce cheese stix, Starke, P.O. Drawer C, Starke, FL, Deputy Clerk Known Address 628 Pinewood statute. Avenue, Palatka Florida or by calling
garden salad, apple crisp, hot rolls milk. 32091 Sealed bids should be marked in 10/234tchg 11/13 Drive, Starke, Florida 32091 Dated this 30th day of October, A.D. ((904)) 328.3822 between 8:30: a.m. and
Werinesdit: Chicken nuggets, french fries, fruit the lower left hand corner of the AND ALL OTHERS WHO MAY BE CON- 1986 In Bradford County. 5:00: p.m. Monday through Friday.
Julio cinnamon roll milk. envelope, "SEALED BID, 3/4 TON TRUCK CERNED: 10/304tpd 11/20 CONTRACTORS RECEIVING LOW BID
Thursday: Corndog, macaroni & cheese, cab- TO BE OPENED 6:30 PM 11-4 86". Bids
an action
bage slaw, fruit cup, milk. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO WILL BE REQUIRED
Friday: Hamburger on bun,french fries,lettuce, will be opened al the City of Starke Bond REGISTER to foreclose a mortgage on the MANUFACTURER'S AND CONTRACTOR -
tomatoes it pickle applesauce brownie, milk. Trustee Meeting FICTITIOUS NAME following property In Bradford County PUBLIC NOTICE 'S LIABILITY INSURANCE AND
City of Starke, Florida Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida Florida: The School Board of Bradford County, WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION

A-la-Carte By: Neil L. Tucker Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Lot 9. Block 1, PINEHAVEN according Starke, Florida will hold a Public Hear. COVERAGE FOR ANY EMPLOYEE OTHER
French fries, milkshake, School Board Rule
cheeseburgers Monday : pizza. O,J. City Clerk undersigned, Sandra Gall Lee, P.O. Box to plat thereof In Plat Book 2, Page 65, 16G..4.2.31 ing on proposed. PROCEDURE FOR HANDLING THAN HIMSElF.

Tuesday: Chicken nuggets pizza french fries, 10301tchgINVITATION 1372 Starke, Florida 32091 sole owner, public records of Bradford County COMPLAINTS OF DISCRIMINATION The City of Lawtey Community
milkshakes orange juice doing business under the firm name of Florida; Development r..rv.'h. right to reject
November 17, 1986 at 7 in the
on p.m
Wednesday: Fish nugget, corndogs, The Eyeglass Store, 103 Edwards Rd., has been filed against and are any or a'I bids.
you you School Board Room of the District
milkshakes pizza orange Juice, french fries TO BID
french fries Starke. Fla., 32091 Intends to register required to serve a copy of your written Offices 582 / tchg
Thursday: Hamburgers orange Sealed bids are being accepted for ((1)I) Schools Administrative ,
juice milkshakesFriday said fictitious name under the aforesaid defenses, If any to It on SANDRA W.
pizza Starke, Florida.
new One Ton truck delivered to the City North Temple Avenue,
: French fries, cheeseburgers pizza, of Starke Electric statute. HARKINS of DAWSON GALANT SULIK A ----
milkshakes, 0,1 ore listed below Department.: Specifications Dated this 20th day of October, A.D.. ELLIS, whose address Is 320 East Adams

1986 in Bradford County. Street, Jacksonville, Florida 32202, on or
All standard
St. Edward's News equipment plus, 10/23 4tchg 11/13 before November 21, 1986 and file the FAIR HOUSING NOTICE
V 8 engine, 350 cu. In. minimum
164" wheelbase original with the Clerk of this court The City of Lawtey as part of JUSTICE &
RENEW Hospitality Week 1 either before service on Plaintiff's attorney
Dual rear tires. OF Its Fair Housing Program has
On Sunday, Nov. 2, a covered dish JUDICIAL or Immediately thereafter; otherwise
Payload range, 4000.5400 Ibs. default will be entered passed ordinance number 61 on
will be sponsored by the St. Two wheel drive FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA a againstyou
super RENEW Team. Serving 4-speed manual transmission CASE NO. b5.280-CAIN for the relief demanded In the Com- 11/03/80 providing for the

will begin at 5 p.m. in the parish hal Power steering and brakes. RE: THE MARRIAGE OF plaint. following:
hand and seal of this
Father Michael Larkin, RENEW Heater GLEN A. PIPPIN WITNESS my Equal opportunity to obtain
court, this 15th day of October 1986.
Coordinator for the St. Augustine 2 side mirrors, west coast style Husband, all
GILBERT BROWN adequate housing by
Diocesan Program will be guest and persons ,
Flat bed
with stake side. l
speaker. Color White ROMILDA TUCKER PIPPIN. regardless of race, color, 4/A

All interested practicing or non- All bids must b. received In the City Wife. ; Beulah Deputy Moody Clerk religion ancestry, sex, place of L

practicing Catholics are invited to Hall City of Starke, prior to 6:30: p.m. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO 10/23 4tchg 1113IN birth, physical handicap, age, or 33O
attend, as well as any person in- Tuesday November 4, 1986 to be con : GLEN A. PIPPIN: Address national origin.If is
terested in learning about the sidered. Unknown tRSJ
Catholic faith. The City of Starke reserves the right to YOUR ARE NOTIFIED that an action THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH you feel you have been

reject| any or all bids. has been filed against you and you are JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR discriminated against In the

All Saint's Day Bids should b. mailed or delivered to, required to serve a copy of your written BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. area of Fair Housing, contact
Mr. Neil Tucker, City Clerk City of defenses any, to JAMES R. FLYNN. ESQUIRE CASE NO. 8S-4S2-CA Clerkat
Sat., Nov 1, is a designated Holy Alphonso Anderson City
Day of Obligation when Saints of all Starke, P.O. Drawer C, Starke, FL, Petitioner's Attorney whose address J.D. ODOM and VERNIE P.ODOM. Office P.O. IutN
32091. Sealed bids should be marked In Is 405 West Georgia Street, Lawtey City Xi
ages are '' Starke, Florida 32091 on or before Drawer "G" Florida
the lower 'left hand corner of the Plaintiffs, Lawtey, ,
Edward's in obser-
Masses at St.
November 7, 1986, and file the original
envelope, "SEALED BID ONE TON 32058 or call ((904)) 7823454. The
scheduled v.
of this Feast
vance Day are with the Clerk of this Court either beforeservice Cquel HoueJng Opportunity
TRUCK. TO BE OPENED 6:30: PM -4-66' GEORGE F. GOETZMAN. et 01.) Federal number Is
at 7 p.m. on Friday, and 10 a.m. on Petitioner' Attorney or Immediately Complaint
Bids will be opened at the City of Starke Defendants.
on Saturday. Bond Trustee thereafter or a default will NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO 1-800-424-8590 and the Stale
Sunday, Nov. 2, is observed as All Meeting.City of Stark., Florida be entered against you for the relief CHAPTER 45 Complaint number l I. FOR ALL*

Soul's Day, a special time when By Nell L, Tucker demanded In the complaint or petition. Notice Is given that, pursuant to a 1-800-342-8170 for more information -
is to those WITNESS my hand and Seal of this __ _
prayerful memory given City Clerk Final Judgment dated October 14, 1986
who hate previously died Sunday 10/3011chg Court on October 6, 1986. In Case Number 85-4S2-CA of the Circuit .1.8004248590I .
Masses are at 8 and 10 a.m. with the GILBERT BROWN Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit In IOY 30 Itch* ----
Sat. Vigil Mass at 6 p.m. CLERK OF THE COURT

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By Mark Friedlin, Thursday night as the highlight of back at the audience. ,
Tornado Whirl. Queen Sheila is the Junior Class princess is Jennifer I
BCT Staff WriterA daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Suzanne Woods,daughter of Mr.and
unique and special series of Shannon of Starke. Mrs. Bob Woods of Kingsley Lake. Jtr t
; events in Bradford County came to Members of Queen's Court were: Sophomore Class princess is
I climax Friday with a colorful Pam Clark, daughter of Mr. and Amanda Gay Lewis daughter of Mr.
i Homecoming Parade celebrating 90 Mrs. Irving Clark of Starke; Debbie and Mrs. Jim Lewis of Starke.
years of education and athletics at Parrish, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freshman Class princess is Amy .
Bradford High School. Wayne Parrish of Brooker; Maria Lee Noegel, daughter of Mrs. Barbara : p+
It was a week-long celebration by Thomas, daughter of Mrs. Gladys Noegel of Starke and the late J
BHS alumni from all parts of the Thomas of Starke and Delano Ronald (Buddy) Noegel.
state who came home to Starke for a Thomas of Kingsley Lake, and It was a special weekend for the i
special ceremony at the high school Pricilla Welch, daughter of Mr. and entire Shannon family as it turned
Friday to dedicate the placement of Mrs. Donald Welch of Brooker. out. Sheila's younger sister Dana
historic cornerstones from the Mrs. Mona Alderman Canova of was crowned Homecoming Queen at
original school buildings in the coun- the BHS Class of 1921 was named the annual Bradford Pop Warner
ty and to take part,.in festivities and alumni homecoming queen,and was event the next day.
,reunions for all the classes who have recognized at halftime of the Sheila is captain of the varsity wFi1 J. ,1 f ,r,
attended BHS through the years. homecoming football game Friday cheerleading squad at BHS and was )
Vivacious Sheila Shannon was night. Mrs. Canova receved a big se. Pag 48
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There was plenty to celebrate last HUNTERS ;
week when Bradford High School
.r0 e6K grads held a gala reunion
+$ celebrating 90 years of classes at
a Sheila Shannon made an attrac
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BUS Principal Albert Bother
(middle), while grads gathered for a
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cheerleaders boogied down U.S. 301
during the Homecoming Parade

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I The better choice for Florida liii.- I'

During the past 16 years. 4.5 million A vote for Bob Martina would be n working in the 'legislature toward .
needs such ns roads and I le
new residents have helped to lrandonnFlorida vote for changing course at n time when Rowe same ends He ban been a major prisons
from a forgotten backwater to Florida can ill afford such a shift, placer in recent environmental legislation mike lay, he the correctly fmnl (bill argues larger.And .will simply
s of the nation'a most vibrant states., .
one lie has been a friend of teachers,
Martinez, former I"rlg.t..uttillil
two extremely
Fortunately Rover- .
backing programs designed to attractbright
nor have guided the state through thin Tampa mayor, says his major thrust ns gradtmles and keep the best closing some sales-tot loopholes .
tumultuotia' period Reubin Askew and governor would be to make state government working in Florida clnnsroom HP has as Inwmnkers plan to do next GERALD LEWIS
efficient 'In ,
hm nuccesnor, Knh Graham have pro more dome states ,will give the state more money for
GEORGE FIRESTONE worked to make the mate's tot sMemmore year
vided responsible' even visionary that might he a valid, single-theme appronch education and social services, 1'njcic State Comptroller
But Florida government has the homestead .
Secretary of State leadership.Now aavs. Altering exemption
little fat to trim. Bother than ,concentrating' on the isotieareii where he refuses lo look
Floridians. must decide whether During the Aftkew-Grnhnm yearn., many needs generated, by rapid growth for extra Mate' re\enue. '1'hat would be
hal of lead-
.they want to keep style
Martinez talk almost exclusively unfair to low and middle-utconu" homeowners
and the state has been run so responsiblythat ,
Candidates Steve Fajric
erfthip. about tax slashing and budget cutting, he C'II"It.t.It
Florida has avoided the budget
Bob Martinez, in their campaigns and
Hut be fails to specify what lie would
deficit and increases '
J huge plaguing
in their well-delineated debate Thurs-
1 with. clear choice.Votere other fitates. In fact, people who live ill 1.lm.Vcould it be prisons, roads, day needed
voters' rlnndft rapiiblemaiinger.
1 day present care centers, hospital,' parks, police nil was a
Florida a per-capita tax
carry Murl' ?we uld be an au iplable
who nee the need' in 1 1086 for I is one of the nation's vary 'lowest.Spending agent ies or schools9 Every one of throveareas IW me Hul
choue nn\onf
I of the A.kew.raham; brand of for roads schools governor
more prisons la overburdened Do Floridians who faces the truth about this state'
leadership will choose Pnjrir He is the and social services bat been far from really wont to see them reduced9Pajcic knows that' Kiniilt'|' slrfambninK' ba
candidate with a grasp of statewidethallengee lavish here .
alnlitv II'MM'! iidininitlruler I IH not' gtiiiig) I'
and the proven Inne.1
them.A During| a time when the challenge enough
is the realistic candidate. He
has seemed nearly overwhelming.Askew ,
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i vote to continue the tradition of end Graham found creative prnl>O.. equitable ways to find needed In I IOH7! nod beyond Kloridmnneed '
the pant '16 yearn is a vote tur careful ways: to accommodate growth protectthe resources and allocate them fairly. Besides a grad 'iidmmHlrator, who in aNo a t
attention to duration, families, natural envirjotnent, upgrade the schools, imposing impact fees on new development renl leader with I the heart to consider
resource, public safety and economic help business and aid the handicapped, to help growth pay for human beings just ns important, an the
( development the arena. Klond- and disadvantaged !it"If Pajcic would push for Immediate numbers in n budget Steve I'HJIIC' is
inn consistently demand that their bonding to pay for the state's estimated that leader.
state government add re... No less tenaciously, Pajcic has been $30 billion backlog in capital .
TreasurerCommissioner /
"At issue is what each candidate can provide Florida as it prepares InsuranceState Commissioner

of Agriculture to enter the 21st century. Campaign cliches cannot substitute for

and decisive action. This is why
clear thinking
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The Orlando Sentinel (October 12, 1986)


ai "Pajcic's ability to resolve differences will help him steer the
State down a path that will balance protection of the environ-

ment with the steady, productive economic growth that is need-

ed."--The Florida Times-Union, October 26, 1986

BOB BUTTERWORTH. WAYNE HOLLINGSWORTH For A -leD the Polls State BETTY Superintendent CASTOR State Represent tive

For Attorney General State Senator
Public Instruction
Call 964-8272

The Bradford County Democratic. Incentive Committee recommends that all Democrats vote the straight Democratic ticket in the November 4


B&T-bpe+County Officials listed below support the election of all of the above named candidates.

Dolph Reddish,'S1f 'iff' E.W. Hodges, County Commissioner

Jim Duncan, Superintendent of Schools '

Gilbert.S. Brow, Clerk of Circuit Court Rodney Hall, School Board E.L. Norman, County Commissioner

., ;/ ""!"1f 1 Jimmy Scott, School Board

Esther. Hall Tarf.I ': fCjor James Wainwright School Board Wilbur Waters, County CommissionerPolitical

Len Schlofman, School Board

t Judy Becker, School Board

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This crazy senior sported some FORAREAL and adjoining hallways or stairwayswith
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crowned by BHS Principal Albert And Dance the "Night Away" I on display in our showroom.
Bother and Homecoming Queen With "Night Shift"

Erika GruE'n.Shannon's crowning. brought! a big us o rke I Teal Tile Name- Type of Home
round of applause from the crowd Lodge Address
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breakfast honoring past and present 10. < -
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At noon the same day the on tax-free or
ceremony was held in front of the
school in which the cornerstones tax-advantaged investments from
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first high school building located Buchanan & Co. Inc.
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I Voters face complex choices on amendmentsVoters

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to decide... exempt from real estate taxes up to Proposition 5... ment, or other law, to prohibit the '. z ShopPMCE'WlSf ;
$25,000 in taxable value, effectively ,
The Nov. 4 legislature from
general election ballot( decreasing ap
will provide an opportunity for eliminating many homeowners from This proposed amendment will propriations to education from other l
voters to approve or reject five proposed ( paying any taxes on their: homes. provide for a state lottery. If the
This amendment, if
amendments to the Constitution passed, provides sources. Thus, education mayor
of Florida that may have more supreme court allows( a second part may not, receive additional funding I I't
Impact than the candidates they for the first $5,000 of taxable to stand as part and parcel of the one if this proposal passes.
,'II-ct. evaluation to be exempt, then tax topic requirement, the amendmentshall
Two of the proposals deal with the remaining value at 50%, up to a
gambling, one with a change in tax total of exemption of$25,000. be known as the Florida
homesteads Education Lotteries. Net proceeds w.l
ing the
; remaining two The effect of the proposal, if
pass- derived from operation of the lotteries
proposals deal with Source
the establishment ed, will tax the owner of a $25,000 for this analysis of the rive
of a state-wide prosecutor and home for $10,000 of the assessment proposed constitutional amendments Early Jim
early advisory opinions by the : shall be deposited into a state was the more lengthy account SChenley iJ.
Supreme Court of Florida." the first $5,000 will be exempt, and trust fund to be designated as State published Oct. 12 in the Gainesville Iro.n' OFC I iMF, Times Beam -
Since ballot language is oftentimes the next$20,000 will be taxed at 50%, Education Lotteries Trust Fund, to Sun. The explanations were provided
unclear to everyone, except or $10,000. Homes valued for $45,000or be appropriated by the legislature.If to the Sun by Florida's Public Administration -
perhaps lawyers, a brief resume of Clearing (House. The ccn LTR LTR 1.75 .i5
flu proposals is presented without more will not be affected by the this proposal is approved by the authors were Manning Dauer, UK rlr1 _.4.SO
recommendation for approval or re- change. Homes assessed between voters, the profits derived would be distinguished service professor aFG... ., 759 = ;'
jot lion; $5,000 and and$45,000 will have a tax emeritus of political science, and tntiy. 775 .4ELLe 1200 rE..J
earmarked for education
increase. ; Dr. Frederick O. Uoddard. asnssocKitp
there is no provision in this amend- professor of economics)
Proposition 1... If this amendment is approved by
A vote for Proposition 1 indicates the voters, it will have the effect of
approval to allow the Attorney raising taxes on homes that are
General to appoint a state-wide prosecuting ( assessed for amounts between$5,000 Canadian
attorney, to work with the and $45,000. A home assessed in HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 8 a.i1.- 6 p.m. leischmann'fKji.. ,,.
.> judicial circuits within the state. amount of $25,000 will be taxed on Sat. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Gin '?irvi;' Club
'1 he proposed office is required, $10,000 assessment, under the new Calvert I
ClosedSunday Stephen
because many cases coming before proposal; the first $5,000 is exempt;
t the courts cross jurisdictional lines the remaining $20,000 will be taxedat :: Extra
iml require cooperation between the 50 percent, or $10,000. Taxes on ( Lumber ..
various states attorneys, more particularly homes assessed at amounts above ; : D 1.75 TR ._ ;
cases involving drug activities $45,000 will remain unchanged. This Week's Special 750 ntlsrew N s --
and organized crime. A ::! .:"
Appointment to the office of statewide Pressure Treated 599 1199 1299;:. I
prosecutor, located within the Proposition 4...
Homey, general's office would be Florida's Constitution provides for 2x4x8 . . ;i.63 mow;-:
limited to three names submitted by the citizenry to place a constitu- 2x8x10 *
the nominating committee for . 3.49
amendment on the ballot by
justices of the supreme court,unless securing signatures of at least 8 FREEr
legislature by general law should of the voters distributed percent in 301 Liquors & Lounge j
provide otherwise. each of a majority oi the districts for "7Mnja 0 M0ag00 DELIVERY
members of The Constitution 4 Miles North of Waldo on US 301 I Mile North
congress. pewr.po,, coon 01 l St.nki! un I ll\\ \ iOI
Proposition 2... also provides that the petition So. uaOAIIN
This proposition proposes to shall contain provisions relating to 468-2624 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK: -
repeal' the Florida constitutional only one topic. r..L..TrNbd Lumbr PACKAfiK SI OKIf I O N.l-; ,,'b
prohibition against gambling. Thus,
all voters of the state are asked to In the recent past,signatures have = ==
vote on the constitutional amend- been collected throughout the state,
ment to permit gambling in Florida.If in keeping with the provision of the
Constitution, only to be refused a
the amendment is approved, place on the ballot by the state
and the existing Amendment which Court, because the petition
prohibits gambling is repealed, then referred to more than one topic.
voters in some of the larger countieswill Under present law, the courts have REPORT
be asked to approve casinos been unable to render a decision until CARD
within their counties, or parts after signatures had been collected -
thereof. The proposal limits the creating serious problems to
establishment of casinos to hotels those citizens attempting to amend '
having 500 or more rooms the Constitution. '

eliminating counties the in smaller north Florida.hotels andmost Proposal number 4 attempts to ,* :ON\ fRAIJITIDNAt'Vft'L: : : .SS; .

remedy the situation by allowing the I'. . .. ,. .> ,
Supreme Court to review the -
Proposition 3... ed amendment, prior to collecting propos- > '::0 . .. .I
Proposition 3 proposes to changethe signatures, thus allowing for the proposal (
present constitutional amend- to be reviewed and corrected,
ment covering homestead exemp- if necessary, before expending long T tty
tion. Under existing laws, homes are hours of work on the petition. t

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Obituaries- I

William Augustus! Stern In lieu ol lowers I the l.nnily "requested Finn-nil services Mill he held :U Funci.il so'vices! were held Sunday Mi !IS ,i-o! /Miixiu'd hIns, iMii'iiNWullei ill the Kl (.ill t'emeleiinulei( 111('
:Mr, \\illiiini Augustus: Stern, !93: olMfilkc donations\ ;the Kltiim Hop- |lUll Saturday, Nov. I I. KIWI al Klober 20, \I9II! ( al KuigreenB.iplisl : and, June UMIICI' ol llolK tin ei I 10th ol Archcl 1'wlI'.1I, Hume nl
licd We(1ht's(1ay OtloU-r 22, list Church Organ Fund Freewill) Baptist' Church with I lev. ('hurch'ith Rev. JamesS.iumlrrs laUc IIIt!! ,1', '
lWi!) in Brallllll'lIlIn"pilal lollowinnd L. Davis conducting the service.. !/ ollici.ilmg I Burial was in
II ill. "'I.. and In- brothel, D.tleR.VIIKI
lOng( illness.! IN MEMORY Burial! will be in Odd Fellow Lawley Ccinclci-.v. Archie, l Tanner also ul lti"M\ Hill A !.J>I''wll'I.JI1-\1'\ Bind! tuis I lieen wl
Horn in Kocklonl II. on July 1, lit /IIIVI'MK; mi'inoiy' II./! Klbi'il; / Krlt1minion ; / Cemetery under the direction ol Fum-riil Home ol SIlike was inehargc lilt allilt' l-'alllll'l'"II lid 1/1111'1'/011,1111\/ / y'
1893! : Mr. Stern moved to SUn..k1' 75yea '/'( who pciNNcd away' on October Hade "'u'nc.raillome of Starke. ol' ariaiigcnicntsThomas III Lake Ituller li)l' the K.vmerthililieii .
II a 1I11'U1I1 I Kooklord. lie wiis nmember 28 I9H2."We Fliiiri.il ".111(1.'erheld Mumday
ol Kirsl t United Ml't I1/11hSI miis 101NII) II// ., .VCHIIdii'hlcr. The family is requested to meet al at 4) |1'.111 III the ll.iiinon.v I'1 1rW'111 Doii.itions sliiinUI he DuuU
Church of Slurke, retiredowncioMTi.lor ( : ', your Joy in vista; Wi1 in!INN 1402 Old Lawtey Road at 2 p.m Edward Its I1WI'ThuIIIIIS It.iplist Chuicli. uilh \the !lic\( |payable to the 1\. '111'1' Cliililri-l: )
Bud I 1I1I011I'I..IIII
IUni.il I lolloped
| Stern's (iiirage & Von' iiiixc'/ each//xiAsiriK lay." Saturday All food is to be taken to hunt
ScrviccSI.il\ion. Your wife/ and/ ( III, Mi"en. the church. Kduaid: i I K.viner{ ) 42, ol I
Survivors include one daughter, Eli:( <,ilii'lli/' Ann, Jimmy' iiifl Ginger.; : Lake Huller/ <,11 Saturday nun'uing(, "
Miss l ouisc Stern, Starke Ol.( 25: Irom injuries slisllined/ ill 1111
; one
brother, Mr. Fred Stern, St.irke; JenkinsMr. Cedric Robert Hosier iiuloniobile accident on Sit.:2l.!:) north SAWYER GAS
several nieces & nephews.Kunerul Mr Cedric R. Rosier, 58, ofLawley ol Lake Butler.
services were heldin Lc'c'J'nkinll. 5R, of Starke died \ died Friday,October 24, 19H
First United Methodist Church in Tuesday Oct. 21, 1UIM5 in Alnd1U11'G'I1I'I'1I1 at Shands Hospital following an extended -
It)1111P''IlS! 1'illslniig! 1'a,
Nunn injuries he illness.
SUirke on Saturday October 25, with and has h\cd in Lake Bui lei lull Hie
Rev Ballard Wilson conducting (he sustained! in an automobile accident.Mr. Mr. Rosier was born and raised in pa/'oIIli/ I .,I'aI'K.II'wa/'oIlIlI"'IOI'lIllh I / I I -

services.. Burial under was the in Crosby direction l akeCemetery Jenkins was a lilelong ,resident Lawley\ and was employed as II correctional Adiill .mil ('III II I1IIJ1lI I.\ Iducati1)nprogrmrs : ----- I
member ollicer at the stale fur Union Counts
Jones ol Starke. He was a prisonuntil
'um'I'ulllom(' 01' Starke.Karl .
and deacon ol Bethel B.iplist Church he rlhred i because ol ill health.
I le was/ 1I/lII'IIII>I'I'ullh,' I Ilal'luum
and worked( in the lumber business1as !
Leon Bitlikofcr
a log culler.Survivors He was a member and deacon ol Flee Wlllllal'll.t Chiiiih/ I'l) lbulIltof -
Mr. Karl Leon Hittikoler! 62; of Evergreen Baptist! Church and a (he Lake Huiler Uol.ii'I''> Chili, past!
Keystone Heights died Friday, October include his wile Mrs. member ol the Lawtey Lodge No. picsidi-iit! ot he I Union Coiinl.vChapter SAVE UP TO:- SOoudASHEAT %:
24.198G! (; in V.A. Medical Center: 189.!! ol the Anienriiii C.incei! -
Blanche Jenkins, two dlUghll'I'I.Mrs -
ill Gainesville SonrU and ineinbei the ( COMPARED TO ELECTRIC RESISTANT .
following a long ii- Wanda Jean Glover, Miss! BITnastimi a r ol Chi I'lnFralernil.v K ATfffPlRTJIJ _
lness. Scott ol Stiirkc; !sevengrandchildren Survivors include his wile, BellMosley .
Born in Troy, OH I on December 26,
three Robert
i sons, ,
I two
; God-diughlers; He survived l b his wile, Sh.ironBlmklioiiiK.wnei
1923, Mr. Bittikoler\ moved to is > !
Gerald & Archie one daughter, ))01.Ii
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one !son-in-law; one brother; six
ol Liik- lIulll'l'lIlIll
Keystone in 19B5! from Jacksonville.lie (' Sue Prevail, all of Lawtey; six I
t 1\\11 dollll.lIh.j .. Shannon and Lauren tl.l
was a member ol First Congregational sisters, ; eight brolhers-m-law; six grandchildren; stepmother, Annie ) iUlllU1lNCUSTRIES I
I I Christian Church; Rosier ol Green Cove two
' sisters-in-law! ; several nieces & Springs,
retired\ ollice lor United Counterflow Wall Furance
manager nephews and other relatives I and( brothers, Rudolph Rosier oll'lilalkanncl
Military Sales, Jacksonville; 20 YCUI'vC.tt11I1 Iriends. Ray Rosier of Lautcv 60,000 BTU input
ol the U.S. Army, 19421962. PHYSICALTHERAPY
Survivors include his wile, Nancy Takes ceiling air and blows it past the heat
M. Bittikoler;; two daughters, Barbara exchanger down to floor level
I. Jones Wright City, MO, r Wall thermostat
Debra L. Jones, Jacksonville; TERWILLEGAR K
sister Iva Lou Miller, Clinton Iowa; N,
three grandchildren, ; several nieces y gr MOTORS Out Patient li1h
& nephews.
Graveside services, were held I EDDIE STARLING Services Iltiil
Monday October 27, in Jacksonville GAS SPACE
Memory Gardens with Kev. Rob NEW & USED conlrol'Q

Morlord, conducting ther" services. CARS & TRUCKS Monday Friday Sane F
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Margaret I. (Maggie) beat it! Hospital I ..

Steinert -
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Mrs Margaret I. ( Maggie) STARKE 922 East Call Street GAS OOMR/VNIES
Steinert, 95, of Melrose died Friday, 206 W. Madison
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Born in Melrose on April 27, 1891,
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Eliam Baptist Church and a Azalea & Blueberry Farm
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News Briefs

Lake Butler Man she went into an apartment com- Traffic
% LIBERAL plex.Starke:.
Dies In AccidentA Police arrested Sandra Mc- Roger Wayne Gibson of Union
Cloud at 4 a.m in the apartment County was arrested Oct.21 for driving -
Lake Butler man died early while license suspended
Complex and charged her with arm-
Saturday morning in a one-car accident ed robbery, according to Patrolmen (DWLS), according to Lt. Greg
north of Lake Butler.
Nichols.He released after
was a$210
Richard and
K. R. Hinds
Splitt Jr.
Thomas Edward Rymer, 42, was bond
surety was posted.
Bond set
at McCloud
was $5,000, was
driving a 1979 Datsun on CR-231
Americans for Democratic Action. Rated PAJCICa about 5 a.m.Oct.25 when he failed to released on her own recognizance. Jack Franklin Gunter of Starke
negotiate a turn. His car overturned was arrested Oct. 25 for driving
"Perfect Liberal"Here's twice, landing on its roof, according Two Men ArrestedFor under influence (DIU), according to
to the report.Rymer Sgt.- David Goodner. His blood
was ejected through the AssaultTwo alcohol level was.15 percent.He was
How He Earned That Rating windshield, said Trooper Phillip Starke men were arrestedOct. released after a $362.50 surety bond
Kraszewski. He was pronounceddead was posted.
26 for aggravated assault after
at the scene. they allegedly pointed a gun at
another man.Anthony Jackie Hilton Cooner;, 70, of In-
I Man Dies Two Weeks Arron filed a complaint terlachen was arrested Oct. 25 for
OPPOSES DEATH PENALTYo with the Starke Police Departmentthat DUI, according relied
After Truck AccidentA Eddie Dean and another man Aderholt. He was after a

Starke man died Oct. 21 at had approached him and pointed a $1,000 surety bond was posted.
gun at him in a threatening manner. I
Alachua General from in-
bill (HB that would have Hospital Within five minutes of receiving David Benjamin Hazen, 51, of
Pajcic sponsored a 668)) drastically juries he received in a traffic acci-
the report Patrolman K. R. Hinds, Starke was arrested Oct. 28 for DUI,
dent earlier this month to
reduced the use of the death penalty by requiring a the Florida Highway Patrol. Jr. located the vehicle described by according to Patrolman K.R. Hinds,
Arron, a black Chevy pickup truck. Jr. He was released after a $362.50
unanimous rather than vote the Lee Jenkins, 58, had remained in Upon stopping teh vhielce Hinds bond
a majority, jury to impose critical to fair condition at AGH surety was posted.
found two concealed in the
since when the truck in weapons
Oct. 6 Dodge
sentence. truck, a magnum revolver and a .22 Terry Neal Roberts 38, of Starke
which he crossedthe
was passenger revolver. was arrested Oct. 28 for DWLS ac r
line of CR-1471 and collided
center Eddie Soloman Dean, 27, and Jonnie cording to Patrolman John Hodges.
D He sponsored another measure (HB 646)) that would have with a Toyota. Ronnie Lee
B. Brown, Jr., 29, were charged Bond was set at$210.
made recommendation for life Frazier, 23, who was driving the with carrying a concealed
a jury a sentence binding on truck, lost control of the vehicle andit weapon-
firearm and
aggravated assault according Clark Ray Williams 52, of Albu-
the trial judge. Present law allows the judge to overrule the flip truck.twice. Jenkins was thrown to Patrolman Ray Shuford.Brown querque, was arrested Oct. 28 for
who was in the truck admit- DUI, DWLS according to
jury recommendation. FHP said that charges against ted to being with Dean all Hinds.
Frazier, who received minor in- according Patrolman Williams was also
still to the report. charged with Marion County war-
D He opposed a change in the capital punishment law that juries, are pending. Bond was set at $2,000 on each rants of resisting arrest without
man and they were released on their violence and failure to appear for
broadened the scope of evidence that could be considered in Starke Man Pleads own recognizance. DUI, DWLS charges. This is
TrialA Williams third DUI offense accor-
imposing the penalty. Guilty During ding to the arrest record.

31-year-old Starke man changedhis Man Arrested
plea during his trial for robbery For BurglaryTheftGregory
"Pajcic said he is personally opposed to Capital Punishment last Friday morning. Circuit Judge Crews
Steven Gibson, 25, was
Announces RetirementCircuit
Talmadge Lamar Pressley, 30,
now do you really believe he will sign death warrants?" was charged with robbery and petit arrested Oct. 24 for Bradford County
in Gainesville by local authorities. Judge John J Crews has
theft in the March 19,1985 hold-up at
Gibson was charged with three written to Gov. Bob Graham statinghis
the Gulf Station
Happy on
Stop counts of intent to resign on Dec. 31, a
SOFT ON DRUGS US-301 in Starke. The attendant burglary, grand theft on a
issued spokesman in the legal
testified he thought the robber had a capias by Bradford County, governor's
to office said Oct. 21.
according Sgt. Sammy Eunice.
under when he saidit
n Pajcic voted against a law (HB 2599)) that would have increased weapon was a hold-up his and shirt he gave the man Gibson is charged with the theft In the letter, dated Oct. 17, Crews
July 21 involving a Fritos-Lay truck, said he had enjoyed his tenure which
the penalties for the possession of 100 pounds or more of escaped the money with he$93.37.asked for, the robber according to the report. Gibson was began in January 1969 when he was
released appointed a judge in the Eighth
a $4,000 surety bond
Starke Police Officer
marijuana. He even supported an amendment decreasing the Bennett conducted the investigation was posted. Judicial Circuit by former Gov.

penalties for the possession and sale of marijuana. of the robbery and established Claude'It has R.been Kirk.personally rewardingto
and the atten-
Pressley as a suspect
have served almost 18
on a
n bail is all dant later identified Pressley in a Recent ArrestsIn busy court, striving to administer
Skipping an too common practice for drug kingpins.But photo lineup.Pressley Bradford CountyThe justice under the law.

Pajcic still voted against a bill (HB 1749)) that would deny the victim's pled testimony to the robbery before a after jury following arrests were made Crews said he announced his
resignation to allow the
bail on appeal to persons convicted of major drug offenses. Oct. 24 in Bradford Circuit Court. by local authorities in Bradford state's judicial plans nominating commis-
Judge John J Crews ordered a pre- County.
sion ample time to find a replace-

D Pajcic voted against the RICO law (SB 609)), which strengthened sentence investigation. Richard Dewayne Tyler, 30, of ment.In the. mid 70's Crews served as
the state's ability to seize the illegally gained assets of Pre-Ketiremeni Hampton was arrested Oct 26 on a chairman of the Florida Conferenceof
Mail. warrant charging violation of
Learn By .. probation Circuit Judges, 'the highest

drug smugglers and other criminals engaged in racketeering. Retirement years can be a great He was, according released to after Lt. a Glen$500 Moore.surety elected his position a judge may attain
of life. It affords the oppor- among peers.
phase bond was posted.
Before he
was appointed a
to do all of those things you
tunity judge, Crews served 14 from
SOFT ON CRIME while work- years
had time to
never William Tracy Turner, 45, of 1952-69, in the state Legislature as a
Starke was arrested Oct. 24 for democratic representative from
for retirement, trespass after warning and disorderly Baker County.

D Steve Pajcic also voted against a law (HB 73)) that would have however can make, is a the major difference consideration.It between. vestigator intoxication David, according Aderholt. Turner to In- Clay Landfills

allowed judges to retain jurisdiction over dangerous convicted enjoying struggling those through leisure them.It years. or was creating arrested a disturbance at 301 and Liquors not leav-for Hours:Change "''';;'.

criminals to guard against their early release from prison. is never too early to begin ing the premises, according to the ,,I''. Effective, Monday--Octoibe 27,
planning, especially if you are looking report. He was released after a' 1986, the hours of operation for-ALL
at retirement in five or 10 $258.25 surety bond was posted. Clay County Landfills will change to
n A bill would have Florida
co-sponsored by Pajcic prohibited
years. The Extension Service is of- 7:30 a -n. and remain open until 5:30

police departments from exchanging information with Inter- fering a six part Learn-By-Mail John Allen McClellan, 23, was arrested p.m. beven days a week.
assist in preparing for be answered
series to you Oct. 27 for aggravated Any questions can by
pol, the international law enforcement agency that keeps retirement.If assault, according to Sgt. W. C. telephone at the Clay County Road
i interested, contact the Exten- Reno. Bond was set at$2,000. He was Department or the Public Works Of-
track of terrorists. sion Office, phone 964-6280. Ext. released on his own recognizance. fice at 284-6325, 269-6335! or 473-3711.

D Another measure co-sponsored by Pajcic would have established Last RegistrationSet

a commission to review criminal sentences monthly. TURNKEY For Free ClassIs

n He voted law (HB 109)) y it time for you to make a new
against a allowing farmers to detain PAPER CO.DISTRIBUTORS start in l life?

trespassers until the police arrived. The Santa Fe Community College
fit OF Starke Center is sponsoring a free
class designed to help adults make a
D He supported another bill to remove the ban on victim's com- T' PAPER PRODUCTS new beginning. 'Focus on the
Future' will and
pensation for victims who maintain a sexual relationship with & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES assistance provide in learning information the skills

the criminal who injured them. 964-4092 divorce to persons make,a widows new start and for

widowers, single parents, lifelong
n He also voted against another bill (SB 186)) intended to curtail 238 S. Walnut Street Across from Family Dollar homemakers who want to earn a liv-

the sale or display of unlawfully obscene material. ing under and anyore employed.The who. is unemployedor

class, which will meet Mon-
day and Thursday evenings from 7
OBSCENITY RCiCI.cock to 9 p.m. beginning next Monday,
Nov. 3, will focus on learning how to
Wark'Come plan a new direction in life and lear-
After a Hard Days ning the skills for a successful job
D Pajcic voted against a law (HB 108)) that would require search. Individual topics will include -

V retailers to keep obscene publications out of the ,reach of Home and Relax in a Comfortable tiveness communication skills, money managementand and asser-

minors.He Recliner from Badcock budgeting,handling the stress of
change and using available com-
D also voted against another bill (SB 186)) intended to curtail Action Lane'WALLSAVER munity resources.
Job search information will include -
the sale or display of unlawfully obscene material. by skill and interest assessments,
interviewing techniques and information .
on preparing effective job
es'5 The class will run from Nov. 3 to
L rf December 18. It will be necessary to
pre-register for this free class at the
n Pajcic even voted against a law prohibiting homosexual mar- SFCC Starke Center.
For more infomation, call Lila
riage (SB 352)) and another measure (SB 354)) forbidding Yawn at 964-5382.

homosexuals from adopting children. Snipe and Crow Season -

n Pajcic has publicly stated that he opposes voluntary school Begins November 1
& h Beginning on Nov. 1, Snipe and
prayer. Crow season will begin announced
the Florida Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission.
If you've ever tried to bag a snipe,
you know these sporty little
speedsters can test the skills of even
This Record Speaks For ItselfIf RECLINER with TRANsrrrtm"AL'A dtk R .0l ,d the best wing shooters.

button tufted back,footrest and RECLINER with bultortJWrt: ; found These in long-billed Florida's wading birds and
In Rust, back and .eat." fresh
rolled, padded arm and r&U( "(,RfW: brackish water marshlands, are
you support this record, then vote for Steve Pajcic. But if you Cocoa or Fawn 100% Antron ded arms. In COG!ifluli or, legal game Nov. 1 through Feb.; 15.
Velvet Fawn 100% NylortVeHfhfcsiite)
Nylon ((45WC) Legal shooting hours are one-half
believe that Florida needs a Governor who is really tough on crime, hour before sunrise to sunset. Daily

don't be deceived by some TV commercials and a few law enforce- M1.NM K .i f ylno If-,'10 16.bag limit is eight; posseslson limit

ment union officials. These commercials claim that Steve Pajcic is II= f3adcocito........H.D.fld B. assistant According chief to of Carlton the bureau Chappell of

running on his record. P.mou.0oubq _HOME_._FURNISHING...__._CENTERS_./. ..1OVARANTU wildlife management with the Game
OVIII ZOO sTollIs""YINCI.mr*jT4Msy y and Fresh Water Fish Commission
0,Comps Cuaom %.J RR rapidand
snipe by their
( w w aN 1.ly.Ra.owc..r,.Your 128 S. Wanutio i irregular.wing beat and fast
The Facts Prove That lIe's Running Away From It! d.a.r.nd flight.
r"lo.a;: o b C"'Pa
(Corner of Hwy 100 & .WflMf)p Chappell said snipe are migratory
game birds that are abundant
,, Starke 964528'Y throughout the state during winter.
.t. a r.IJ i They can be successfully hunted
Pd Fol Aoho..Drm. ..... --n without dogs and they make ex-
-- cellent table fare.






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1972 BLAZER 4 e 4, V-6 lust| tuned-up. OPPORTUNITIESOWN i
mature .
3-speed trans, pas Iron reorend. EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTSi
heavy duty auxiliary. Run ''GOOD needed at Whispering Pines Car Ctr.. person for short trips surrounding
Starke. Contact .
Jean-Sportswear customer W train.
needs Call Susan Cook *
tome 9646220. ;
body work. Great for hun EOE.12/5TF
ladle apparel childrens/maternlty, Writ K.C. Dlckrson, Pres.,
ting. Also, good AM/FM radio. EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON honest
cats ,
large *li.*, petit,doncewear/aeroblc Southwestern Petroleum Box 961005
$800. Call 964-4037, day or 964..30ofler clean cut A MUST! Reference required .
or accessories store. Jordach, Chic, Ft. Worth TX 76161. 10/30llchg E..WillfJarREALTY'
530.: Ask for Tudy. 102.1030'| lee, levi, liod, Gltano, Gu.... Calvin ; possible $25,000 first year. Apply EXCELLENT CAREER OPPORTUNITY In
1913 TOYOTA TERCEL 9-speed. am/fm D 8 S Motor, 207 N. Tempi, No 4'
Klein Servlo Volente, Evan Picon, Liz sales and delivery. Excellent employment
AC. phone call. 4/3 TF
run good. Look like n.wl) Call Claiborne, Member Only Gasoline, benefit and advancement. Equal
964-6172 after 7 p.m. 10/9 tfnsw REAL ESTATE LICENSING only 4 week.
over 1000 others. $14,300 to Riverside
1912 JEEP SCRAMBLER. ..... PS, chrome Call 1-755040. N, Fla. Real' Estate Col opportunity employer
rims, AM/FM $25,900 Inventory, Training, fixture, leg. 7/3TFN Uniform 1038 Edwards Road Starke, PHONE 96 ..7776C
cassette canvas top grand opening etc. Can 15 day. FL. Ph. 964.8544.
open 10/30ltchg
6-cyl., 37,000 miles Ilk. n.w, all 3000 GOVERNMENT JOBS LIST $16.040 .
; rt)5 I
Mr. Loughlin ((612)) 883.6555.1030ltpdHOMES THE CITY OF STARKE Sanitation & trash ; N. Tempi Starke
original. Call 4962841. 10/23 2tpd -- 59230yr. Now Hiring. Call dept. Is for ec.II Q T.rw//1' .,.t '
now taking application
10/30 805-687-6000 Ext. R.5S0.. 10/16 7tpd
1974 FORD COURIER 11/27 position of truck driver. Must be at
pickup. $500. Nw
MANAGER least 18 years of age and have Florida National Association of Realtors said the average existing -
tires, 63,000 mil*.. 964-7823.10/30 FOR SALE NEEDED for conveniencestore.
Itpd Only experienced need apply. Merrell Chauffers Dees'offic license. Apply City Hall home is more affordable now than at any time in
1911 MERCURY ZEPHYR. 2 dr.. 6 cyl. PS, Pep-O Food Store 620 S. Walnut WANTED Mature 10/30 to take 2tchg care 11/6 of the last eight years, due to steady mortgage rates and aslight
PB, AC 1650. Call after 6 p.m.. U.S. GOVERNMENT REPOt no money Starke. 9/18 tfnchg person
Will drop In the median resale
live-In. Inl.rvl.wcouple.
elderly couple | price.
9646568. 10/23 2tchg 10/30 down low closing cost. 1003 Southgate HAIRSTYLIST NEEDED full or port-time.
for location ft
Call 782-3036
CADILLACS Mercedes, Porch, etc. Dr. Bas Country Realty 6982511. Experience preferred. Call 9646777. ap
Direct from Government. Seized In 10/23 2tpd 10/30, 10/30 Itchg pointment. / 1tpdMIDDLE.AGED SPECIAL
drug roldi. Available Save LOOK AT THISI! Just remodeled for I EARN$...7 HR. COUPLE to work In motel
your TO
and live in. No pets 3 '/ miles north of largo family
$thouands$. 216-453-3000, Ext.A4259. 1,720 *q. ft., CH/A w/attlc fan 3 or 4 We need assistance In evaluating and
Starke on 301. 9647184. 10/2 tfnchg room with fireplace, formal living ft dining room, utility room,
10/302tpd 11/6 BR. 2 full tile both equip klthcen 19 x responding to daily work reports submitted .
1979 CHRYSLER LeBARON S.W. full 20 great room closets galore, fenced by our agent throughout the BOOKKEEPER PART-TIME. Experience Access to beautiful Crystal Lake.
power, loaded. Excellent condition. backyard with tool cried. Saratoga state. No experience necessary; Paidto necessary Contact Mrs Heavener
964-8820. 10/23 2tchg 10/30 ALL TREAT AND NO TRICKS New 3 BR I '/ BA brick home
61,000 mile, 964-7473. 10/30 Itpd Hgts. Concrete drive ft walk. Don'tmin complete training. Work at home : ,
197B FORD CONVERSION VAN dual this bargain Call today 473-7541 For Information send self-addressed, MAN 8 WIFE to run motel Salary 8 apt., kitchen equipped. OWNER FINANCE.
furnished. Must be able to do handyman
A/C auto p*. pb cruise Ice box with or 475.2597 By owner. 10/9 4tchg stamped envelope 9'/i Inches long to: work. Reliable S sober Write .A JOY TO LIVE IN: Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH/A, 3 BR, 2 BA
sink. $4900 FIRM. 9644514. 10/30 10/30 AWGA Dept. E, Box 49204, Atlanta
tfnchg '$32.500 Outstanding buy C/8 3/1,fenced GA 30359. 10/30 Itpd letter telling about yourself to P.O. spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla. room utility room,

1956 CJ-' JEEP.Factory mad. hard top. corner. 406 E. Laura St. 964-4386 AGGRESSIVE WHITE MALE. 19.27. to DIESEL Drawer MECHANIC A. Starke to Fl help 32091.10/30 maintain trac-tJM skylights, 2 utility bldgs., privacy fence. 44000.

Dog & gun box. Locking hub. CB tow owner anxious. 10/30 Itpd work and live in Jax. Neat, clean cut, tor trailers Must be experienced ft UNCROWDED LIVING: 2/1 Frame cottage on five nice lots-
bar see to appreciate. $1500 OBO. 3 BR, 2 BA, central H/AC, cathedral ceiling responsible no drugs. To work 15 hrs. Lake
willing to work and have tools. Kingsley Village, $30,500.
4737050. 10/30 Itpd w/clorestory window, oak week janitorial work. $200 month
1981 FORD ESCORT G.l $2500. Also cabinets, near school & hospital on to start, will increase with time.per RoomIn 9646619.. 10/30 llchg \ .GET AWAY TO LIVINC-CB home with 2.25 acres CHSA with
WOMEN Are for
truck topper LWB. fiberglass, $300. dead end paved street, cedar siding my house, rent free. Call anytime. business? New you ready training your own approx.. 1,456 sq. ft. SE 34th Ave 50500.

7823229. 10/30 i Itpd fenced yard security light, garage 3891408. 10/30 Itpd guarantees success Benefits program I ISAMPSON LAKE LOTS OWNER FINANCEDI! I FINE LOTS. Ap-
door opener, new roof, TV rower ASSOCIATES WANTED) United Realty ofstark.
available 782-3790. 10/30 Itpd 103'x770' Selling $18,900 $2,000 down
price ea. monthly
Shown by appt. Call 9645392. 51000. .. 9648447. 10/30 I Itchg [
10/30 Itpd ... _all'1l'AAV'AA' JIV'O._......._.. ._- JIJoIofG...-.... ._ payment approx. $220. ((10% for 10 years)
.1' .. EXCELLENT BUY 80 ACRES-$96,000 Heavy pines, 20 acres

SPORTSTER 1000CC, rebuilt WANTED I cleared, fenced barn on St, Rd. 235 near New River.FISHERMAN'S .
engine, asking $1000. Call 964-4673 J FAULKNER REALTY INC.I
Roy. 10/30 l Itpd DREAM 2 BR, 1 BA frame cottage, garage

1974 HONDA 750, ha fairing mag WANTED TO PURCHASE old houses drive-in boathouse and screened deck overlooking Crosby
221 W.
! wheel, new Klrker header, run good. building Buy, ..11. trod.. Thomas!I Lafayette Street ._ Lake Inlet. $38,000.

$900 OBO. 964-7012 after 5 p.m. 10/30 House Moving Lake City, Fla..j. 2 Blocks Guerdon
! I Itchg 752-2318 or 752.5825, ask for Danny. _
. 10/30 4tpd 11/20 01'H doublewide-Sampson Lake Access, 35000.

YARD SALESFRI. THE CITY OF LAWTEY Community! 964-5069 .IDEAl HOME FOR LARGE FAMILY-S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd. 100

Development looking for property in REACTOR East 2.7 5 BR 3 BA kitchen
) ac., living room, dining room ,

S SAT. Furn. dishes books crib. ed lawtey residential Florida.to Property allow the must placementof be zon ; eat-in area or study, den, office all appliances drapes, large,

I clothes tools Plant* misc.. opprox. mobile homes. This property Is to be _J. Susan M. Faulkner, GRI CRB | attractive deck overlooking a quarter acre fish pond with fish I IAN
6/10 mil. off 301 oil SR 18 Hampton
10/30 ItpdMULTIFAMILY purchased under the 1986 Community PRESIDENT INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING-Corner Orange & Pratt

YARD SALE Saturday 9 ject.Development Interested Block Grant property housing owners pro. Realtor Associates .3 Br., 2 Ba., CH&A, LR, DR, family room & screened )in patio.

a.m., 617 W. Pratt St. Color TV should call Errol D. Jones at Community Irene L. Faulkner 964'51.2.v.*. I .HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT Lovely brick, colonial home

household Christmas Item, children clothing Development Office ((904)) 328.3822. 1 Lucille Spry 964.20.v.*. off Geiger Rd.-4 bedrooms 2 baths-approx 2700 sq. ftl0.09acresmany
clothing items, much more. Russell
Marty 473-7694
10/30 or write to Community Development eves. I amenities.
ltpdFRIDAY Program, P.O. Drawer 2017 Palatka
OCT. 31 9 a.m. ?? NE 26th St. 320782017.. 10/302tchg 11/6 *49 ACRE FARM only 65000. Assumable mortgage. .WALK TO EVERYTHINGI 1032 E. Call St., 3 BR, 1',', bath
Across from A&W Mobil I Homes
*2 STORY HOME 4 BR In town 34500. $45,000. Extra large lot.
clothe & mist 10/30 l Itpd
BIG Jewelry YARD SALE Crosby Lake. Follow PETS DOUBIEWIDE MOBILE HOME on I acre Great location for prison 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd

I signs. Rod 8 reel, tool, clothes & lot employee. Owner will finance $82,322. A smart Florida investment.
*$18,000 Iocr. with 3 BR mobile home
more. Sat. 8. 4. 10/30 Itpd BULLDOG PUPPIES- white, 6 wks. old. *ONLY 2 lots still available joining golf course. Frontage on Hwy 230. .INVESTORS: 438 Acres In South Bradford County. Partially
FRI ft SAT at 1209 N. Tempi, across from
I I Powell'.Dairy Freeze. Opening of Vic'. Tail docked S 1 worming. 9647942. *COMMERCIAL FRONTAGE on Hwy 301. Includes nice bldg. with over 1 I subdivided, highway frontage, close to school $1,000 per

Used Furniture. Lot of goodie 85. 1030llpdFREE BASSETT needs acre 1 acre. Hardwood trees. Developer's dreamt)

I 10/30 Itpd home. Full blooded HOUND spayed. Good good *2 LOTS In town priced to sell ....PREFERRED PROPERTIES....
*TWO HOUSES for the of Great for rental Investment or live in
for price one
9.2791 W. PRATT ST. Everything goes .
with kids. 964-4956 days 782-3210 [ .NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development.
$1 each. l0/30ltpd one, rent the other 28500. Terms
BIG YARD SALE Thur Sunday at JO-LU BRADFORD night 10/30 HUMANE SOCIETY *LOTS AVAILABLE ten located In Golfvlew Subdivision. | .SIX ACRES-Great Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd. $12,000.

)I Motel. S. 301,,0/30IJp.cj....,,. ? male Russian Blue cat needs Young good *WHISPERING PINES S/D 1 acre with' almost, new" double wide. Many extras. I.BRO >KER.Traler, 14' x 56' plus Jot 100'.x loq'-.$?9OP.O.

.. SAT. 10.2 Southslde School. Clothes home For Information call! Mrs Brown, |CHI & DRY14.05 Ac., 2 wells, septic'tank $35,000.
.. ..
"t'3 !roahltHrrler.ThnMS; ."t.y,,,,'l4HN.lry, ? r''' '964.5/83.10/30 Itpd 'III,","C,REDUCED;lowmerwont to seltVS BR, I 'A 6A-concrete block houses', I WV ;..tO'N' 'TWErf LAKE-" n.'acre'$\sMo.rn: 'irT<>
I "idrhes'boby'clothe.."books. 10/30 Only 32900. '
FREE TO GOOD HOME two mixed will divide.
-Twenty acres or
1 Itpd breed dog. 1 yr, old, would make 1 BR, I BA In Keystone Heights area with lots of extras, carport central
FOUR FAMILY YARD SALE 3'/i miles good hunter with right training. heat S air ceiling fan chain /link fence screened porch. New storage (SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres, 2 wells, 3 septic tanks.

north of Starke on 301. 10/30 Itpd 964-8781 after 5 p.m. or anytime on building In back. Home Is less than 2 yrs. old looks new. (.fORTY ACRES-Near Country Club $90,000.

GIANT YARD SALEi Fri. 8-" S Sat. 9-2. weekend. 10/30 2tpd 11. /6 *NEW CEDAR HOME.3 BR, 2 BA, central heat S air many extras. Over 1400 I 1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East $7,700.
2201 Sleepyhollow Dr. Clothes, sq. ft. of front porch on '/ acre with access to Sampson lake. Just reduced.
jackets, shoes, dishes, furniture, toy, PERSONALSLONELY BEAUTIFUL 10 acre pecan grove on County Rd. Terms Available. [CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' 17000.

.tc. You can't afford to miss thl. before *REDUCED Crystal Lake access. Block home 3 BR, 2 BA CH/A, fireplace, KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 lots 65'x130' $2,750 ea.

Christmas sale. 10/30 Itpd I dishwasher ceiling fans, large deck overlooking the lake and a 2 car [LAWTEY AREA-Five acres, 13000.
SALE Nov. 1.8 1 LADIES OVER 50
YARD Saturday a.m. Want com-
garage. .15 ACRES HWY 1833000. One mile off 301.
Electric heaters bedspreads.hous.ware. pony when desired Companionship
p.m. *3 BR. 2 BA MOBILE HOME on SR 16. Completely furnished. Owner anxiousto .
*, clothe & lot more. 1006 Talk Walk Drive. Maybe assist with 2 RENTALS available.
Clark St. behind George Robert Ins. business or horn? Mature man sell.
10/30 Itpd (English background) Sober Time on .INVESTMENT 3 BR 2 DA. only 25000. Kitchen equipped. After Hours
Hands Need female Interest Mr. "8' IMMACULATE BR, 2 BA, has fireplace, nice pool with deck plus screen I Pauline Randolph 964.6323

BOATS Box 1322 Stark, Fla. 32091. 10/30 porch custom blinds, ceiling fans and assumable mortgage. .475.2597
Itpd LARGE LOT chain link fence, 3 BR 1 BA, frame, CHSA, good assumable Randy Cory
mortgage. Anne TerwMlegar Nelson .473-7541.
1976 16' REGAL TRI HULL with 85 h.p. homes. Good neighborhood, 2500
and trailer. Dale
ft. Fireplace, family room breakfast room custom drapes. Brick veneer
Brown. 9646050. 10/2 tfn r *NEAR WALDO FLEA MARKET 3 BR, 1 1'1.BA poublewlda, over I'/. acres,

IN CITYi 6000. Call 964-5764; after only $25.000.'I

5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn 16 WEST Beautiful custom made doublewlde on 1 acre with' pool deck r

workshop double garage ft other extras Can be purchased completely or Fred Stafford

. partially It 1 ACRE furnished.paved road frontage $3.500 cash or $3.900 terms. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR

LARGE, BEAUTIFUL building lot. Good area. Residential Commercial
*SHADED 3/4 ACRE with 4 BR, 2 BA horn. 42900.
Accelerated Realty Inc. *22'ACRES, nice pasture land fenced. Has several beautiful buildingsites Bradford County

PECAN TREES cover 8,71 acres with posture 2 BR frame house. Good
: 964-4544 fence. Extra well & septic tank 49900. 200 AMP Service, pole &

*3t ACRE PULLET FARM with nice block house Call for details. *
Hookup $375.00
*SECLUDED 27 ACRES partly cleared some trees. ONLY 23000.

1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke, Florida KEYSTONE Big Tree Lake area. Over one .acre. AssqmeiirJtgVond- pay New construction rewiring

Homes Lots Acreage Waterfront closing cost and take over property. j repairs
*STARTER HOME 3 BR, 1 BA 19500. Owner financed.
Farms Comm.rclal
HWY 100E 1 acre with well. 4851952or
No Charge to List Your Property for Sale *OVER 2800 SQ. FT. Retail or office near shopping center

Call and discuss It with us. *LARGE ACREAGE. Hampton area less than $1,200 per acre.

EDWARDS ROAD 10 acre tract 964-8830
[DO YOU LIKE TO TRUCK FARM. CB home, 2 BR, 2 BA. breakfast room ex- *CLOSE TO HIGH SCHOOL over 2200 iq. ft. heated 8 air space. Large lot. 24 hrs

I Ira large living-dining combo, large garage, on 3 acres cleared for farming Assumable mortgage Large attic can be converted to living space. Fenced normal site & conditions

I $65,500.OWNER yard $39,500.
I SAYS SELL IT NOW. Brick home on 5 acres 3 BR, 2 BA, family room j '-' -"

I with fireplace, large eat-In kitchen with Ipts of cabinet, utility room fenced t.IC t. vn .. ,_ ._.: 1 n 'III....., L I.., L .

j $49,900.OWNER .
.. .
I READY TO SELL-MAKE OFFER 11 I Frame home, 2 BR 1 BA screened -- -
land timber and *THIS HOME IS JUST WHAT YOU DOUSKWIDI on 4.87 acres 3/2
porch on.28.7 acres good good water system to |
I livestock pen. machinery storage building fenced $74,750.A Ii NEEDI) Next to ichool. Huge fenced CHSA, fireplace, extra nice, owner
this fine home. i yard 3 Br., sunken family room ready fop a sale.BEAUTIFUL .
REALLY GOOD BUY Just a little work will make a 4 BR 2 |
I BA large living room on 1 high and dry acre with large shade trees, w/iireplace. Lg.. screened porch on
I 27900. L back. CH/A side by side relrlg., trash CUSTOM BUILT HOME.

I PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE lovely 3 BR, 2 BA. brick home with largeback | I compactor. Absolutely Immaculate. Architect d.slgn.d.Brlck 4/4. 3 200
t : tit plus of luxurious living with
Priced at 61000. many
I yard carpets and ,stove window AC central heat, 35000.
GOLDEN POND 2/2 amenities. From 2 to 60 acres OWNER
CON split plan
I package Near Lake Butler Priced to Sell. mobile home on 1 acre Include glaed **. FINANCED I

I THIS HOME IS JUST RIGHT Easy drive to Cecil Field or Jacksonville. Super j In porch, skirting, awning storage FOREST HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION 19

I home'on 5 acres has 3 BR. 2 BA, great room with fireplace, CH/A central [ FL.J shed 8 outside light. '/i acre lots, plus 7 acres. Some paved
I vacuum and stereo, workshop and fishpond $74,900. CALL YOU NEED I I. a swing on the, rood nice pine timber Reduced

I QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD lovely brlcked-ln. mobile ham.; 3 BR, 1 BA, I II t front porch for this maintenance tree 25000. OWNER SAYS SELLI)
I CH/A well ft septic, 56900. t t aluminum aiding house. 3 Br., fenced
I 251 frame home yard. Pasture Is fenced and cross- CHOMP BEAUTIFUll. $7I.200-on 2
HWY 301 NORTH feet on HwyJ large yard parking orAa,
1 In excellent condition 4 BR, 1 B A j ,!screened; porch 34900. I fenced. 31 acre. Owner says presentall acres, 3/2. 1700 sq. ft., CH/A, many

I ACREAGE .,10 acre, South Clay C4J vJI..ld.nllal.Agrlcultur.; 17900. offers! extras.

(ACREAGE 20 acre, NW Bradford CoUrHy.b9"od Mineral water, 49900. j *3 BR BRICK HOME on 3.64 acres, .HOMEMAKER' DREAM Separate
renovated kitchen..
(ACREAGE 4.55 acre and 2.16 actetf: neoOrofcarh.ILAKI --' -*OWNER FINANCING on this 3 Br. newly CHSA wainscotted dining room and sunken

LOTS.Sampson Inlet, Sampson Ke add Crosby lake.Owner Inane- COMMERCIAL CORNERLet renovated CB home. Three blocks paneled walls, picture window, houseIs den. 3/2. CHSA, above ground pool.
I I nestled amidst 8 tree*. Just
I I Ing available. .. u* help you select prime from new chopping center. pecan Dbl garage A 20 X 25 upstairs room to
I lots 16 W 2 block from 301. I commercial .. reduced I Owner I I. ready for an offer.
CITY LOTS 2 nice on Hwy. only Hwy. property. *FOR PERFECTIONISTS This home offer be completed to have own
dreamed of
(HWY 301 SOUTH 146 ft. frontage aI [ SHARP INVESTORS ONLY so much for so little A proven It hat ..v.rythlngl2! over private BR suite All this only $66,000.
I HWY 301 SOUTH 4.3 acre with opptoJI.200..!,. frontage. (UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY Highway floor plan. 3/2. Lg. family room. 2 car owning.
ft. $2.000.
2.000 Prlcelu..r.duc.d
[COMM. BLDG. IN CITY Approx. 13.,000sq:ff. floor pace, 74500. (frontage on 21 between Keystone carport. Immaculately maintainedhome *OWNER sq. FINANCED* Country Club .COMPLETELY REMODELED frame

I Hgts. and Mel rose. Lake Santa F* Ac. S ground. E..c.lI.nllocalion. building lots on Bestent Road 6Flume home, excellent condition on 1 Iio acre.New .

FREE NOTARY SERVICES- I cess Is also Included with property. LARGE HOMS-ln city on approx. .9 area Rd.CMINIFARM. carpet throughout 3 ceiling fans.
II I Call for detail today! acre ./2. CHSA. 1900 plus *q. ft.a..um Between Stark and Great for small. family.

PUT US TO WQRK FOrtff QU I 11 ] NSW RETAIL/PROFESSIONAL mtg. lake Butler 4/2. CHSA on 8 ac*. Extra .
I BUILDING with plenty of parking and, *AWAY FROM THI CROWDS. You will
*: Large CB bldg. large pole barn. We
AFTEI t Have Rental
{' JlII$1I' I positive cash'' flow. located In the I love the privacy this home offers. 4/3, LIVING

] Wayne Douglas.....964.6S9 'WoY''fi Ward..........964-7454 I busiest section of Stark. 2.100 sq. ft. plus on extra large Many EXECUTIVE many emmenltle*Country In this 3 Club.BR, 2 Retail Space NowAvollabl.

I John Gr..n..533.212. Bill Qodd.... ....,.....964-7408 j *WELL ESTABLISHED commercial garage. Many outstanding features on BA brick home, approx. 1776 so. ft of .

j Irving Clark..:......964-7188 Cindy Kurlmay......964-7408 !building across front Community", Bank, 1.76 acres. luxurious living. In 301 Plete

I Tom B.m.nt.6 .6 39 Don Hood............ 68.1905Jam.s I Price has been drastically REDUCED to LOCATION LOCATION Walk to -

I Outs..........964-8629 Patsy Lawson........964-6927 I move property.", manicured everything. Neat. 2 Br.as a pin and We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Propertiesf

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Mobile, Homes and for rent. estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co SALES LAKE GENEVA RENTALS Weekly mon MOWING, TRIMMING Edging. Any

Recreational vehicles spaces welcome. Phon. Owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559 tfn llmerock ft Fill Dirt thly efficiency apartments, 1 or 2 BR, work, don. by responsible young men.

964 /498. 9/16 tin GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, window., 20 yd. semi-loads only call 4732919.: 10/2 tfnchg Call Kevin or Keith. 473-2438. 4tchg 1979 FORD LTD II PS, PB. AC $2000 or
etc JACKSON BUILDING SUJPPLY, MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT $150 per 10/30-11/20 best offer 4733954. Itpd 10/30
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR. :2 Phone 782-3172 5/231fchg
964 6078. Orders also taken In Lakt month. Partially furnished Keystonearea. 1974 HONDA 2D Fully equipped, no
for sale
BA For Furniture at
opt. more call LakeButler STORE BOUGHT NOTICE
Apts 496 3141 Butler 496.3079 and Keystone Heights, Doublewide Home Center located 4732026. 10/2 tfnchg A/C. 4 speed with vinyl top lowmil.ag.
Equal Opportunity 2/26 tfnWANT LAKE GENEVA 1 or 2 BR furnished. .. 4733177. Itpd 10/30
Housing 6/7 North 301 Lawtey, Fla. ('this Is not
TO DRINK on Retired or handyman caretaker couple CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub- 1981 MAZDA 626 luxury 2 door, loaded
ROOMS FOR RENT) Magnolia Hotel $8 THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg preferred $200 to$275 mo. 473-7269 or milted to the Lake Region Monitor office air, tilt, cruise, electric windows,
per night. From $35 per week. Discount WANT TO STOP INSULATED OR STORM WINDOWS 376.7749 or 3788622.: 10/2 tfnchg In writing and paid In advance sun roof stereo $3100. 473.76781tchg
offered for longer term. Apply In person custom made & Installed. Homes HOUSE FOR RENT on beautiful Silver unless credit Is already establishedwith 10/30
Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across Alcoholics Beautiful of N. Fla., 964.6766. S/1TF Lake.: BR, CH/A pool table, on 1 acre this office.MONITOR 1980 MODEL MUSTANG Four speed

hoin Post Office, TF 964-4150 Anonymous 964621 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As 'low as lot $375 month. 9042471604. 10/2 STAFF CANNOT BE HELD AC sacrifice $1400. 4737618. Itchg
APARTMENTS FOR RENTi Newly thru $14.99 per month Call 964 6946. tin tfnchg RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 10/30
decorated everything furnished. Laun- SEWING MACHINE REPAIR pd: All makes CHEVY 4x4 PARTS. ton anything you WHITE SANDS LAKE 3 BR, 1 BA furnished CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 1975 TOYOTA SRS AC. runs good. $800.
diy facilities Included. Video room need-Axles, front or rear auto "* I
> home Fireplace, screened porch THE TELEPHONE. 4737618. Itchg 1030'FOR -
cleaned oiled 8 Used
adjusted. $15.
available: Will accept one child, no transm., transfer cases, 2 different, AC. $415 month $200 deposit Classified deadline Is 11:00: a.m. priorto "
machines for sale
pots Palms Apts. 2313 N. TempleAve sewing James types; spring lift blocks, big U bolts. 904-249-7884. 4tpd 10/30-11/20 Thursday publication. r
Strickland Rd. and
Starke 32091 5/1 TF 16, Slarke.corner 964 8733.Morgan 12/5tln Hwy Call 9645812. TFce MOBILE HOME :2 BR, 1 BA, close to townon Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50, SALE
$50 PER WEEK for you choice of our one NEWSPAPER PLATES: Aluminum. wooded lot. $235 month option to then 15 cents for each word thereafter
bi'dmom' apartments with refrlg. and HANDYMAN carpentry painting elec Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great buy with small down payment. Call 16V FT. MONARK S-1 BOWRIDCR -

c iking facilities All utilities are In. trlcal complete home repair for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH, 4732730. 10/2 tfnchg Lounge seats, teak ski storage, three

cludod 'in this, price, so why rent a room Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor 135 W. Call St. 9646305. FOR LEASE-1,2,83 bedroom energy efficient nice built in cooler/storages! Full In.
Call Mitch. 473-39"0. l/9tln
when you can have an apartment. FIREWOOD FOR SALE-Eorly season apartments. 475-1048 or strumentatlon. Extra storage. Large
M "i.thly ro'es are $200. Call us at TIRED OF PAINTING YOUR HOME Call prices Pine $15 per truckload. Oak 475.2052 between 7 a.m.-10 p.m. 10/16 fuel tank. Bow rail canvas, boarding'
964 6766. Homes Beautiful of N. Fla,
964.5139 days, 964 6566 evenings, or $25 per truckload. Sunshine industries tfnchg plotform.Older Johnson 135 HP. RUNS
drop by and see 'the apartment We will tell you how to avoid that lob 964-7699 SR 16W next to Ollns Trailer, 2 BR FURNISHED MH with porch In FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING GOODI! SS Props CLEAN. $5500. Lori ).
and Increase the value of home.
manager In apt no. 7 at 314 North your Park. 10/96tchg 11/13. Melrose. $165 month plus deposit Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Joe 4751267. 10/2 tfnchg
Temple Ave next to the Tenneco Station 5/1 tfnFAIRFIELD REFRIGERATOR G.E. Hotpoint, 2DR 12 1.684-6634. 4tchg 10/30-11/20 4732521. 10/2 tfnchg COUCH White vinyl 96" long $75.

6/26 TF ROOFING Free estimates cu. It. runs well. Can be delivered ROOM FOR RENT Fully furnished In PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile Pecan wood 40" round dining table

MOBILE HOME FOR RENT off 301 S. 2BR. Licensed of Insured and bonded. All $140. 3779615. 10/9 Stchg' 11/6 town. 473.2606. Itpd 10/30 homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free with 4 upholstered chairs 8 leaf $75.

C A. on one acre. Concrete patio with types roofing and repairs. Money GATORS VS. AUBURN TICKET. Only one. 2 BR-1BA Nice corner lot with garage.No estimates. Call Rob 4733590. 10/2 473.7535.ltpd 10/30
back guarantee ,il unable to stop leak. 1986 RCA COLOR TV 25 Inch; 1972 Opel
$225 month $100 damage Good need sell $25
p per seat to nego. pets. References required. St. Clair tfnchg
Mobile Home tool 485 1556. 485.1016 second Opel for $1000. Day,
deposit, Will work with last plus parts
you on 4682063. 10/30 1 Itpd Street Call 473-3623. 2tchg 10/30.11/6 LAWN MOWING Trimming edging.
month rent. Call 964 7705 after p.m. or 374.1443 anytime 9/11 tfnchg PECANS FOR SALE. .75 per lb. Cracked Call The Lawn Barber. 473-3590. Free 473-2166. night. 4734862.' Itpd 10/30
ROOF COATING. Single wide startingat '79 NOMAD 27 FT. Travel trailer. AC
10 9 10/30
4tpd $1.40 lb. Shelled $4.50 lb. Will Estimates. 10/2 tfnchg
LARGE 1 BR HOUSE in town Kitchen, op. $135 Doublewldes starting at $150. crack pecans for pecans. MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING sleeps 6, excellent condition. $5500.
your pecans
plionces & washing machine furnished One year guarantee against leaks. Sr. 9645990. 10/23 2tpd 10/30 House out of level? Call LaRue Leveling 4739056. Itchg 10/30
$225 plus 964.7015. 10/30 citizens discount. Also relevellng done. CUSTOM BUILT 24X56 total electric Service for all foundation
sec. deposit PINE FIREWOOD FOR SALE you load, $5 your
Call for free estimates 964 4680. 10/16 mobile home nestled on 1.13 acre
21pd 4737721. 10/2
per pickup load. Tatum lumber road repairs. tlnrhg
LARGE 4 BR 2 BA HOME in Starke. tfnchg 200A Lawtey. 7823690. 10/23 2tchg wooded lot. close to lakes 3 BR 2 BA DEEP STEAM CARPET CLEANING Truck

Clean Ig eat in kitchen, dining room, CONSIDERING AN ABORTION? Get free with den fireplace and R-13 Insulation mounted equipment. C & B Carpet RUMMAGE SALE Saturday. Nov. 1 from
PRO-LIFE facts. Your name not re extras. Owner will finance to
"living' room. 9646433 or 782 3522. many Cleaning. 4737770. Heights.
Keystone 9Frl.nds of the Keystone Heights'
$100. G.E. Duty dryer,
quired. Correspondence confidential.Send repair. Heavy qualified buyer. Call collect
10 Itpd 1030. 9/18-10/30
6tpd Library Clothes, ladies, mens,
to: Right To Life P.O. Box 256 $100.964-7739. 10/30 Itpd 404..46.74B5.. 2tpd 10/23-30
apts. children., lamps book., misc. Items.
available Call 964 6312 Man Fri. 9.5. Lawtey. Fl 32058. 10/23 2tpd 10/30 GOLDKIST 21% Chunks & Rations. 1984 14X70 Fleetwood MH. CH/A 10/30
10 30 WILL TEAR DOWN $5.75..0Ib.. Farmers Mutual Goldkist, 3/2 on 1 ocr. lot Clay County MISCELLANEOUSPACK
Itpd 1
2 FAMILY YARD SALE Saturday Nov.
U.S. 301 N. Farmers Maiket.
USED BLDGS. By $25,000. Evenings, 4737628. Itpd
2 BR HOUSE clean with, kitchen from
op. from 9:30'4.: Cardinal Drive across
FOR LUMBER 9647871. 10/30 I Itchg RAT Buy sell and trade collectible
No small children
piicances school. Norltakl
Clean professional BALDWIN ELEC. ORGAN with auto HOUSES FOR SALE Items and antiques. Used furniture, elementary china
References required $250 $100
mo. 782-3894 Anytime rhythm good condition. 964 B781 after glassware, jewelry and much more. household Items radiant 10 Kerosun
damage depoSit. Call 964 7625. 10/30
Invalid equipment good ladies, mens
I'pd 10/23 2tpd 10/30 5 p.m. Anytime on weekends 10/30 4 BR 2i/ BA Large brick home, pool Come see for yourself. One mile east
GAS HEATER. $50. 10/30 I of 100.473.2IB3. clothes, girls site 8-10 toddler boys
MOTHER OF TWO will tchg Keystone Heights on Highway
TWO TRAILERS 1 1.2 BR. 1 BA and 1-2 BR, babysit anytime.For screened patio many extras, one 'Infants winter clothes crib sheets,
FULL SIZE BED mattress, box 10/2
information. call springs tfnchg
2 BA. At Santa Fe Trailer Park 7 miles more 964-1328. block from schools. 200 ft. on road. etc Itchg 1 10/30
frame 8 headboard $70. Also 30 gal.
109000. Owner will finance 473.4903
South at US 301 & SR 221. 468 1777
MOBILE HOMES fish tank stand' light, filter plus-
,nights and 964 5888 days. 10/30 2tpd after 6 o.m. 2tod 10/23.30
of All
assortment equip. $50. Call

FURNISHED 11 6 2 Bff house In Crystal Lake FOR SALE 964.4803, leave "message 10/30 I Ipd HELP WANTEDCHILD FILL DIRT LOST
ROLLS OF HAY: $25-$20. All hay under
{votes Now making applications. Call .
large barn on west side of 16 for small child h' -
1984 DESTINY MH with fireplace. 1 Hwy CARE WANTED
964 5734 after 4 p.m. 10/30 I'pd 11/6 Bedroom and more. Take over about 7 miles north of Starke toward your home. Mature lady preferred.Please $27.50 LOAD Little gray toy poodle

14 fnchg X 70 MOBILE HOME air, Cent heat payments. Call 782.3358 after 6 p.m. prison. Order your hay and leave It call Kathy 964.6739. 10/9 4tpc 16 yrs. old. & blind.
3/20 TF under my barn until you need it. 10/30 QUICK
partly furnished. Scott Ave. Kingsley. NEW & USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy Delivery available at extra charge Arthur SERVICE Answers to name of
$250 "" ''h. $100 secuir'y deposit.
Wells at S&W Mobile Homes 964 6407or Gaskins 7823727 or 9646167. HAULING
Bridget Shaggie. On
al'5332017. 10/30 Itchg
964 6408. 8/14 tlnrw HAY Alicia: fertilized $1.50 bale, in KANE CYCLE ANYTIME ANYWHERE I
RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month 3 BR, 1'/ BA In Keystone Low down payment field. Round roll available. Call REPAIRUS east Lake View.
and up Call Susan F. Faulkner Braker-
'ake over For 964 8942. 10/304'pd 11/20
payments. more
Owner at 964 5069 or 964 4048 TF liilorma'ion call 964-5647. 10/301'pd 301 N e 964-5805 468- 1455 473.2435
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: fir rent. On 1984 CHATEAU travel trailer
33 It.,
1986 CHAMPION MH. 1"c70. 2 BR, :2 BA, rear
Highway 16 W. Close to prison. Val elec'ric, must sell.> Owe $11,700. bedroom' Ig. ref.. AC, sel/-s"'al"ed./ -Open- Tues M Wed.-l Tflur S-l Fri A Sal S-7- 11/6 10/30"pd10302'pd
%4530 or 468 1323. 1011 10 Tfchg like new. 964.5318 or 7R7-1/RA: in/it.
Call Mon Frl 85. 4311510. Af'.r549639B7.
FURNISHED efficiencies/, and mobile BEAUTIFUL DIAMOND RINIG-Over 60

I, ines inside, ci'y. weekly & monthly 10/30 IIpdCOMMERCIAL years old. Retail value $800. Make ,f-

JO LU Mo-el & MH Park. 964.8810. 6/5 PROPERTY fer, 964 6864. face BROADWAY & WALTERS'APTS.


3 BR BRICK COTTAGE Kingsley Lake. RENTLEASESALENORTHWEST with full bath. Must see to apprecla'e. TREE SERVICE

l 'ng Pier, AC Call 964 6491. 9/25 TFN Ideal for retired couple. $18,500 will

CLEAN, FURNISHED. 2 Bedroom trailer. CORNER OF Call & Thompson consider trade on real es'a'e. Ph. Removal

Quiet, neighborhood' priva'e lot. Nopu's 468-1551 or 4681150. 10/23 4'chg .. .
Streets 2
: building.
no children. 964 5739 or 964.4468. story masonry 280 GAL. FUEL TANK with legs.. Call Brand. New Trimming
Clyde W. Simpson. 3566849. 4/IOTF ..
10'23 2'pd 0/30 533.2403: after 6 p.m. swtfn "'Stum,. Removal" "
RENTALS AVAILABLE: 3/2 MH In the bath avail. Oct. 1. Adjacent to Bradford 12,500 BTU WINDOW UNIT AIR CONDI e Parts e Repairs 1,2, & 3 Bedroom Units Firewood
e -ui'ry $275; 2 2/1 apts. $295 includes TIONER. 110 Outlet. $250. Call
Courthouse $200 mo. Call As Low As
u'il; 21 I Apt.$200; 21/1 9644667. 9/11 tfnchg 533-2403, alter 6 p.m. swtfn Discount Price for Free Estimate

ap's $165: 1 I h,->use.$120; :2 13 ACRES 5 cleared, rest In pine and- Tires & Batteries $195
Mfec/ $140 $50 elect h""k.up at 'lie FOR SALE 473.7097.473.7679 '
cypress w/2 BR mobile home. Great for i: :r
e. Call
( Tiffin
>ve & Owens, Property .
mobile home park chicken faron.agrlcul'ural .'******ow*****_***** ftv
Managers 964 5065. 10/30 Itchg i+r animal form etc. Your GOING OUT OF BUSINESSI Double beds ,............... After 5P.M.Keystone .
.0. 782-3531
SR 230E. 2 3 1 1/4 BA, all
s'oiy BR. appliances choice, In Storke Coll 964 6493. 10/30 beds, refrigerator. washer-dryer BUSINESSOPPORTUNITY *
plus ex'ros $350. 1st & last. baby FHA Heights
Co'l'I 473.7941 'n see 10/23 2'pd 10/30 NOTICE stoves, sofas, dinettes, dressers andch..I. I ''tinLicensed' & Insured i
., coffee tables and much more.See
2 BR MH no* wer 4 people. Window air It
at 157 W. Brownlee St. (SR-16)).
en'iol hea'. partially furnished. No
po's. $100 secun'y, $150 per mon'h on CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub- 10/30 Itpd FASHION STOP is J

G.. .ffis LT, >P. 964 6493. 10/23 2t milted to the Bradford County SIDE-BY-SIDE REFRIGERATOR-$22S, ''i**.****.*********..**.***........*..**......**.
10 30JO Telegraph office in writing and paid in upright freezer.$!100. washer-Si, developing a new ** i

2 OR 3 BR MH ou'side ci'y :linn's. 1 child. advance unless credit, is already dryer-$85 bunk beds-$125 Super shopping plaza adja- ,I CYPRESS MULCH :
established with this olfice. Single water bed-$60, like new king -
>" ,inside pe's 9647619",9648614. bed double bed-$65 one- { cent to theiaStOI'( on ; 1 1i
10 302'chg 110 6 THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE size -$250, ,
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN sink unit with electric stove and BARK
piece 301 h\cl'oss from:
? BR MH furnished $190 per month Hwy. I
$150 deposit No children or pets. Call CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER refrigerator built-in-$125, computer ;i PINE '
THE TELEPHONE. desk-SSO. dlnette-SO, like new hide-a high .
168 1323, leave 10/30
"message tfnchg:
ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED APT. Clean Classified deadline Is TUESDAY. bed-$200. Phone 964-4157, 10/30 Itpd ONLY TWO. i You pick-up or We Deliver

quie odul's ,only 830 N. Temple Ave. NOON prior "a Thursday publication.
9644296.10/30 Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50, RETAIL OR OFFICE :
3'pd 11/13 Minimum 3
then 15 cents for each word thereafter HELP WANTEDTHE yds on Delivery ,,
SAMPSON LAKE SHORES MH, large Int. SPACES are left !: I
take access 964 8218 ir 964 6819. t iF STARKE VOLUNTEER FIRE ;: I Cypress Lumber
Available i I for occupancy -
10 30 I'pd 2 Retail SpacesFor DEPARTMENT IS NOW ACCEPTING .

1 BR APT. heat pump for hea' & air, wall APPLICATIONS FOR VOLUNTEER by Mid-June! : 964-6649

ed pa'lo, par'ially furnished good Lease FIREFIGHTER. THESE POSITIONS ARE
neighbors: 964 B601. 10/30 tfnchq 1.000. 1,250 & 2,750 sq. ft. FOR THE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT Don't miss out on this : 3+t**..4ais...*..***..*..****....**.*...*..****;.*

AND ARE NOT FULL-TIME great location!
"'" CALL 904-384-0603
964.8848 It '



a weigh1' con'rol, smoking, .'re.., etc. \1ED REA OPPORTUNITY 'ORGANIZATION. Information *'
For help please call 964 4433. 10/9 )- MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND *************.****- A Jr


t 1MOB S. Walnut (Hwy. 301 S.) m4/232i
44044.awaa+dy4y0008044f PO. Box 861 .....;-_ ......... I396--20 acres,
964-8447 NEAR VO-TECH 3 BR, 1 BA home; park Inside city limits, I 1IUIW

i MATHEWS REALTY Call to see.MOVING plans, :2 Br. home, pecan grove, pin. ]flJfl.sNCINO: :
plantation-much more.
111 W. Madison For Sale
to Mlddleburg -
NEW 1,800 SQ. FT. HOME 434--14 opts 3 Br., 2 Ba., home, 9
Starke, FL 32091 HPI 3 BR, 2 BA on Vi acre. 475.3248
: CH/A, 2 BR, 1 BA, 13 acres, ac. fronts US 301. Many amenities.

extra 1,000 sq. ft. house In FLORILANDREALTY 1433-Bar & cocktail lounge, :2 Br.
I home, going business with live
964-1169 country. Lawtey area.
entertainment. Priced right.
,Lssoc.11at-old Epps 9fi..-6616LAWIEV LAKE MARGO 75 ft. on 964.7700 #>420--Dream home brick, 3 Br.. 2% 7619 SILVER SANDS LAKE ROAD/Keyston.Heights FL32BS6

4 AKtAi 10 Ac. lots 25% fishing lake, 12 X 60 MH Ba., greenhouse, barn, 7 ac. In

dn bal. 10% for 15 yrs. $25,800 $5,800 down, bal. 15 393 N. Temple Broker-GRI Ave pasture See this today!
LAWTEV 125: 2 BR. 1 BA 15 acres Vernle P. Odom for homesltes.
One to 4 acre parcels
at 12% $240 month.
yrs. per Jeanle Gagnon ,
plus extra septic tank 60000. 1427..5 ac country brick home, large -
t'E. CALL ST. 2 or 3 BR, 1 BA. CH/A A GREAT BUY9 acres, Cve.-964-5414 Realtor Associate barn with feed tank fenced come Roberts Real Estate

1 car garage 31000. beautiful 3 BR, 1BA home, I
see tadayl
986 N. Temple Ave. Stark, FL
separate shop car Free catalogs now.
3 2
2 plus.
Beautiful, brick veneer 4 BR :2 BA on :2 964.6262
fenced 2 tanks :2
port, septic BA on Lake Sampson. Good>> fishing.
*Irg. lots close to lake, $90,000. Broker
2 wells 12 x 65 mobile home Access to 2 lakes. Must see to ap Lorraine Champion .
'W. PRATT ST. 3/1 CH/A stove,
refrlg, microwave oven c.iling fan included. 400ft. Hwy 100 front preciate. COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301 ,

$48r608-Reduced to 36000. tage. $67,500.INVESTORS .Ill ACRES Good Hunting. Owner STROUT REALTY ,$50,000. Call Todayl)

J 'LAWTEY AREAS Gorgeous 3 BR 2 SPECIAL. 5.4 will finance. FOR TRAILERS iroo wsaee....nee ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewlde mobile home. Only.

} BA, brick veneer over 2,000 sq. ft. acres, 468 ft. Hwy 301. LOTS Graham ZONED area St. Rd. 100 B Lawtey. : 9616931 75000. Owner terms possible' .

appreciate Interior decor, 9.74 that acres must A much be seen to $35,000 $10,000 down, -4 ACRES PLUS St. Rd. 100. Nearerto ,: .4n'M CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms 1 bath central heat& air..1

Price Some owner fin. balance 10 yrs. at 10% Keystone. ele: N. TEMPI* ... Reduced to 35000. nego. GOOD BLDG. LOTS City water L i .... ::120. .
? 'HISTORICAL PROVIDENCE 10 ACRES in Strawberry STARKC. 640 ACRES ,development property In a rapidly

farm with lovely large brick mor.'J Acres 30000. sewer.........,..(olnlng..........-Green.--Acres.... ......- growing area of Clay cotfntPriced: "I to sell at less that $1200
with all ammenities, Ige. r ,
9 ACRES-4 BR, 1 BA block per acrelI'. ola"
trees, has 4 MH rentals 2 .DAVIS STREET bedrooms? I bath 1 $23,000.
fish, ponds near 1-75 and 441, house with owner financing, FOR SALE 3 on acre

MINI-FARM: Approx. 22.5 acres 67000. I SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. 11000.
Fill Dirt Soil Tractor Work
; ; with 3 BR, 1 BA. MH. 2 Ige. barns plus 14.5 ACRES-High & dry. Top I .38 ACRE FARM Northwest of Starke, 2 Bedrooms Bath

I tractor S equip. Many extras 2.5 ACRES in Hollister (Owner Backhoe, Bulldozer frame with out-buildings, CH/A

.LAWTEY AREAl 3 BR. 1 BA CH/A 1 financing), 6900. e10 ACRES Pecan grove, no improvements.
7/34t'N 964.6182.964Tim's _
I! 'ocr. $39,000.GRAHAM AREAl Over 1,800 sq. ft. 2 LOTS Lake Hampton Oaks. FORSYTH ROAD 5 Acres plus no Improvements, '640 ft;

of formal country living with all am- Frontage on 301. $10,000 frontage on road. 2.9 acres with older mobile home, well, I

,itenities plus 4.5 acres. 3 BR, 2 BA. each (terms). Custom Cabinets t;. pump. septic tank.COMPLETE ,

i LAKE BUTLER 3 BR, 2 BA. CH/A Lg. 1 ACRE on Hwy. 16. Well. '- COMPUTBRrZta
lot. only $41.500.HAMPTON. 3 BR 1 'II''' BA DW with Remodeling : : a
1 4 BR, I BA kept .* New Construction George W. Robert Jr. Broker I:

,' $18.500. .Approx. 11 acres on 325 T additions;! paved drive. '.*Cabinets *Tle!' Ceilings 964.6058 Evenings

< only $25X10HWY FRED SACKETT Broker Free Estimates Terry A. Golnes, CSM Salesman/Appraiser

fOOl$7,000.Approx.. ', acre with old yJ JOHN CURLES Associate Call Tim Thompson f f64.4.330Shop .' 964-4181 Evenings I

,. 964-6238 Eves .
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Conspiracy to rock.. ,"t"I' "'Union--n- County ,:Ads I


Halloween showsin RENT/LEASE

int STONERIDGE Three bedroom, two
bath. Llvlngroom and den, central heat
and air, woodsldlng, well In-
Located In Union County Times
KFL Starke building. Call for Information. sulated. 19500. Call 496-3601 bet
496-3361. tfn. ween 8AM. and 5 P.M. and 4962682.
alter 6 P.M. 10/30 3tchg. 11/6
By Mark Frledlln 7:30: p.m. til 10 p.m. NOTICE .
BCT Staff Writer Then Friday night the band takes
Attention Rock and Roll fans"Conspiracy" their show on the road to Starke for LAND, WILL BUY OR LEASE. Call .
a four piece bandfrom the big Halloween event at the Ar- Tom Chalrai, daytime ((904)542-797) CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted .
( Keystone Heights Is set to rock mory. night ((904J541-70SO.) 10/2 4tchg. 10/23 to the Union County Times advance office
and In
In paid
the walls down with a big two-show The concert is sponsored by the unless credit writing Is already establishedwith
series of concerts Thursday and Fri BHS Junior Class and they will be YARD SALE this office. ,
day night in Keystone Heights and giving away cash prizes for the best THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
the old National Guard Armory Halloween costumes concocted
building in Starke. their fans. November CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD ISTAKEN OVER
1. 9 A.M.-untll. ParkIng
The band features "good-old time The public is welcome to both lot of Wllton'i and Air THI TELEPHONE.
rock and roll" according to guitarist events and there is a $3 ticket fee at (Thomas Metals Bldg.Heating) on SR-238 Classified deadline Is TUESDAY;
Nicole Andre and they will have the the door for both shows. toward Providence. Itchg. 10/30 NOON prior to Thursday publication.
4 li place rocking beginning Thursday The doors open at the Armory for Minimum charge is 15 words for$3.50,
night at the Keystone Heights Public the Starke Show at 7:30: p.m.and the INSURANCEMAINES then 15 cents for each word thereafter.
Beach at Lake Geneva beginning at show begins at 8:30: p.m.

Main Street, Lake Butler, 4963978. REAL ESTATE
HOW'S THE FAMILY? Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 tin OUT OF AREA

Rev. Ed Kirkland
ENJOY YOUR FAMILY RIGHT NOW! ? III I don't hove It. I'll find It. Just
$500 weekly at home! Write: ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.
P.O.Box 975 Elizabeth NJ. 07207
496-2126 or "496-2903 eves. "YOUR
My wife and I were driving on Blanding Blvd. the other day and noticed a with older kids who have forgotten what it's like to change a dirty diaper. 10/168tpd. 124CARSTRUCKS UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn
sign which said, "10 More Weeks Until Christmas"..When Donna pointed Or, you may have teenagers (that's a terrible thought). Or, your children
this out to me we did what any normal married couple would, we argued may be gone from home and now the house is paid for and too big. Finally, FOR SALE
about it. She insisted the sign was correct, I insisted it was wrong. Probably ( you may be a grandparent. I personally think you've got the best deal
some kind of retail stunt, at least that's what I suspected. Until my around.No ,
FM radio. Run. Call 25-INCH ZENITH COLOR TV In beautiful
sweet wife began counting the weeks for After she finished I asked her matter, whatever is great 431-1118
me. stage your family in, why not slow down and after 5 and weekend. Itchg. 10/30 walnut cabinet. Originally sold for
why she was so skeptical about everything. relax with them. Make a point to enjoy the holidays that are coming up in CHANCE IN LIFESTYLE 1986 Ford $749.95, now someone can take up
But, that sign started my little brain thinking about just how fast time the next few weeks. Make this year different- special. I think the truth is Ranger XL. Power steering and brakes, monthly payments of only $26.44 or
passes. And, I've got news for you, it passes whether you're having fun or we all want a different stage of family life and yet we will each miss the Air AM-FM stereo 7,000 miles. Takeover pay small balance of $364.20. Interested .
not! I suspect many of you are just like me. You know planning to do lots past. payments. Call 4311438. Itchg. parties call toll free
of things when you get the time. But, you know what? Before you know it, Don't spend your life looking back with regrets. Regrets that your kids 10/30 1 1(800)635-2371( ) for free home trail
today becomes tomorrow and tomorrow becomes next week which turned out wrong because you didn't spend enough time with them. Or, 10/304tchg. 11/20
becomes next month and so on. raising strangers in your home you don't even know.And. don't get caught FOR RENT BUNK BEDS One year old (complete).
That thought has prompted me to write about something which is not in the trap of losing your marriage because you spent all your extra time Call 4963004. 10/23 3tchg. 11/6
profound and certainly not original. It Is the fact that we should be enjoy with work or other friends or hobbles. When the house is empty, that job MECHANICAL SHOP EQUIPMENT MIG
ing our families while we can right now, today. Your family may be like and those hobbies sure have a way of becoming less important. lYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR wilder,$900. Motor ban-saw$200 cut
mine In the childbearing years.You are experiencing all the 'joys of those Why not stop and take a little inventory? What size shoes do your kids RENTi Union Count/Times, 150 ting torch outfit (electric) $100 sandblaster
little babies and preschoolers." BY the way, I said, "joys" for all those wear? When did you have the grandkids over last and take them out?When Main Street Lake Butler. Phone $125, drill press $150 2 motor
is the last time you took your wife out to dinner? When is the last time you .96.2261 for Information. tin stands $50.(each), welder $125 air
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE $200, bench grinder $100.
asked husband about work compressor
your or offered to go do something he wanted to
do? located In Union County Time.Building Call 4962540. Itchg. 10/30
at 150 West Main. Call 496-2261, for INTERNATIONAL FARM ALL Super A
Don't let the time pass you by. Decide to enjoy your family while you still more information tin tractor with equipment. One-ton Ford
can no matter what the stage. Make a change tonight. By the way, I saw HOUSE FOR RENT Two bedroom one flatbed truck. Call 431-1438. Itchg.
that sign a while back. It's not ten weeks until Christmas, it's only seven. bath. Completely renovated, carpet 10/30
Ghostly GatheringsOne Like I said, time passes quickly. You can't stop it, but you can use it. Just stove refrigerator $220 per month.
don't wait too long. First, last plus security. Call 496-2995, BOATSIS'
Ed Kirkland la pastor of the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church on Highway after 6 P.M. 10/23..lpd. 11/13
18 at Kingsley Lake. If you want to submit a family topic or respond to an OFFICE SPACE near court house In Lake
article you may call his office at 533-2018 or write to: HOW'S THE FAMILY Butler.Call 4963004. 10/16 4tchg. 11/6 GLASTRON TRI HULL BOAT 70 HP
little, two little, three little witches ?, Kingsley Lake Baptist Church, Rt. I, Box 588, Starke, Fla. 32091. OUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME Three Johnson, plus mlnnkota trolling motor.
Flying over hay stacks, flying over ditches Names/addresses are not printed. bedroom. $200 a month plus $100 New hunter drive on trailer, 2000.
deposit. Call 4963253. tfn/chg. 10/30 Call 496-3253. tfn/chg. 10130HOMES
Flying over the moon on a broom full of switches
High Ho Halloween's herel totaling over 30,000. The club is
Pathfinders Collect designed to train youth in leadershipand PERSONAL SERVICESNEED

Food For provide Christian recreationand
Hampton Elem... NeedyAt
fellowship.The LUMBER Custom sawing-.-Will br GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U
Hampton Elementary School's Halloween TimeNot Starke Pathfinders will be going ing my mill to your timber or fill your repair). Delinquent tax property. .
Halloween Carnival is Saturday, all the children calling on you two by two to tell why they are pine or cypress needs from mine. Call Repossessions Call 1 1(805)6876000( ) ,
Nov. 1, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Halloween will be ghosts or interested in helping others and to Meal Varnes at 496-2063. 10/16 4tchg. Ext. GH-1136, for current repo list.
with each class ask householders for their contributions
sponsoring a 11/6 9/25 8tpd. 11/13
goblins out for treat.
special booth.Kindergarten. a Leaders and staff members iPEECH PATHOLOGIST Jacksonville
Pathfinders from the local $JOO DOWN, US. GOVT REPO, 594 Rte
CFY- $18.00.hour
will the
class pin the closely supervise area. -
Seventh-day Adventist Church will 18
the ** CCC-S20-hour Leave at West of Worthington Springs
nose on umpklnEirst ;" Pathfinders to be certain of their message
be collecting canned goods for future .. communication, $28.500 Bass Country Realty 698-2511.
and will collect the goods. special
g5aderfpBeaa; ?
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; 6M.j{ ----M } distribution Thanksgiving and after hrs. 6981890. 10/23 10/30
Second-King Toss. Christmas baskets to needy familiesin If you are not contacted by one of 1(904)371-3680.( ) 10/3O 2lchg.6
Third Duck pond. the community.The these boys or girls and you have
Fourth Cork Gun.FifthSoftball Starke Pathfinder Club of something you would like to donateto
their project, please call 964-4016
Throw. Starke is one of over 2,000
Sixth- Bingo. Pathfinder Clubs now organized in and someone will come and pick it
Seventh Putt Golf. North America with a membership up. David Lawson Paint & Body Shop
There will be a cake walk and the concession stands will sell chili
hot dogs, soft drinks and desserts. The chairman of the carnival this -ir>ran YOU RIARIf V Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCR
year is Louie Marney. If you have any questions, call him at

4681840. 229 NW 28th St. 964.6133TPN

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Get your pumpkins in a'row working Americans had Plumbing Supplies From t
and come on down to the to pay off the national ,
Southside Elementary Hallo- debt. N would cost each
Durranco Pump & Supply
ween Carnival set for Friday, adult 18980. .

Oct. 31, from 5-9 p.m. During tht / r [ We Drill 2" to 6" Wells State Licensed"U il t- .Ajr c*"' \:>
evening there will be a costume ; TRAVEL AGENT
parade contest. Judging for the r-- s-I, TOUR GUIDE .. US.301 North 144 N.Tempi,Ave.,Starke 964- .706IraFLORIDA
scariest, cutest, most originaland I
best homemade costume. & AIRLRIEREUIIYATIC IT=

&I'fle tickets will be on sale during the carnival. The raffle draw- SWEATERSNOW I I STOT nmmunuuttmtmuKSTHTIKaOT. UtttU N.1-1fIIJM'- CARPET CLEANING & OYE CO.

ing will be for a personal size T.V. and $200 In cash. IN STOCK PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED
The store will have all kinds of I ......'B muuI
country goodies Including many COME IN NOW "Quality Work low low price

sweets.homemade items; chili, pizza, chicken &: rice and all kinds of AND SAVE A LOTCHARLOTTE'S I iDOtnis MrUCnUTUTOMH'ma :iieiTiMtt PT..n. (Any Room& Hall) . .. . . . ...$1/499 I *t Scotchgard Available
I Specializing cleaning and ra-dyalng ol wall to wall carpet furniture cleaning
If you can walk you have a WEB i A.C.T.TXAYXI SCHOOL and offer bids on commercial work.
chance to win a cake at the cake 138N. WATER ST. '19804323804YARD Senior Citizen Discount No mileage charae Free advice
walk booth. Other booths will be
the treasure chest, lollipop pull, 10/30ltchg 964.7100 i ....,........ .Rodmdov.r Call 964-4997 Call .M..llml

squirt out the candle, candy apples ,..,._'''._MM___''_'_ 220 iq n. Check pllaw All Wa'p."gMimocil au..nt"d pilous boo* Ch.",..SMrtaBfUlonJitncllir ..Commend
go fishing and bingo.
Hamburgers, hotdogs, cokes, "
A boiled peanuts and popcorn are
among the refreshments that SALE WAINWRIGHT PECANS & PRODUCE
will be available.Mrs. .

Nov. 1
Cathy Wooley and Mrs. Gloria Ruis are co-chairmen of the NOW OPEN
carnival, along with Mrs. Maxine Gay, P.T.A. president, they have 9 a.m. til 12 Noon
been working very hard to make this year's carnival the best ever.
Magnolia Hotel SIX DAYS A WEEK

Starke Elem... Starke Across from Post Office
Every student at Starke Elementary will have the opportunity to WE BUY PECANSWE
participate in a "Fall Fun Day" Friday, Oct. 31, by wearing their
favorite costume to school. Beginning at 9 a.m., the Halloween We have remodeled and are getting rid of years SELL PECANSWE

celebration gets started with each class sponsoring"a different. activity and years accumulation of used furniture. .

t J Bed Frames Dressers OVER 50 YEARS IN BUSINESS

Kindergarten class will be face Tables MUch, Much More STARKE FARMERS MARKET

painting.First Don't Miss This OpportunityAll
grade the Duck pond and 301 HIGHWAY NORTH
Gofishing.Second that remains at' 12 noon will be sold to the
grade Spongethrow tO/"Itcho 1O/3O:
relays and Candle-shoot. 3 Highest Bidder.
Third grade Hay-ride. I 3SS5 _
Fourth grade-Whee1.0-Fortunel fl 1, -
and Disccndancing. I SAVE $ $ With
Fifth grade Musical Chairs. e AUCTION Frei %
The cub scouts are sponsoring a swcqbbhopland) the-P; '.0. is give t.. Oy
ing each student a treat bag. A bike Ii li} h?,a highlight for the CITY SURPLUS SALE Etlm Homes Beautiful1)9
day with Hall's Bike Shop performing trick A special menu for the
day served in bag lunch fashion for a picnic will p;e hot dogs, potato 10
a.m, Nov. 4
chips, cookie and milk. l- f ,emr; "'" !1f1
Students can also buy raffle tickets fdri25:; each for a chance to 1096 N. McDuff Jax., FL WINDOWSAlso

win a color T.V. and a skate board. ., t, I. 'wr' 200 Autos pickups vans trucks, small wagons &

,'A KO ..;, | ,.Ivy. equpt lEt P: Siding -Soil it& Fascia
: on .8v .
., i9uAIIW 1,000 items from all city depts. Awning Screen Rooms

/ | j Z91DD: 9.BrndfbBlSVlMdle Inspection: Monday Nov. 3, 10 a.m. 4 p.m. -4'- Carport Brick or Stone

I Cash or, cashiers checks on pickups & cars $300 Cleaning

4 School... | deposit at sale time balance next day. Call

The Bradford Middle School will have
dress-up day on Pet-31. Special recognition McDougall Auction Company HOMES BEAUTIFUL OF N. FLA.

..will be given toe class,with the best par "
ticipation. Here's your opportunity to show |IO/MlMhv I Starke Flo 9646766Octoher301888
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I down U.S. 301. freshmen got into the act (middle) and the several floats from businessesIn ',1p',(. SERVING ;"':k "< '.
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the big crowd. and the FFA float in third. 132O N. TEMPLE AVE STARKE ;\o' i.
school house on me present site and the freshmen; placing third were the There's something about those Also recognized at the Whirl were I" "
one from RJE High, were unveiledin seniors and the juniors were fourth. BUS sophomores who also took the club sweethearts: Kimberly
I a monument in front of the pre- Mistress of Ceremonies for the first place in the float competition in Dawn Crawford, annual staff; u4:444444444444a4aua444a444:444ri......
sent building with speeches by Twirl was Marion Douglas who the homecoming parade; the seniors Deena Cox NHS; Suzanne Dyal, : .11a
former( graduates. found she had the job at the last were second, the juniors third and FBLA; Shawna Blow, Hi-Q team; Model mmmm
of the Week
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The sophomores also took first Rowe, Jr. FFA Chapter; Dawn Eo mm.mm. :
place in the Hall Decoration com- Mosley, Sr. FFA Chapter; Erika TERRY WALDRON mm
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competitive aspects of the week-long Jenkins, JROTC; Martha Lynn .. ..
celebration between the classes; the Barber, Key Club; Kimberly Rhea :: .!
seniors placed second, the freshmenwere Malfero, Spanish Club; Stephanie .. Iii
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'- U' -H"HA I Christmas Parade Set.

I The Chamber of Commerce announces The school submitting the winning
5 that it will again sponsorthe theme will be awarded a cash prizeto
Restaurant the Christmas Parade, to be held be spent for a class activity or
i Saturday,December 13, at 10 a.m. event.
It is to be festive and
Mandarin& Szechuan Cuisine expected a Many community leaders are
joyous occasion, with many floats working on the ,
964.7681 and area bands planning committee ai vr
J part says including Steve Denmark, Dwayne .
1900 N. Temple Ave.. US 301 N (To-Rena Motel)' I: Jack the Eckdahl, executive director off Hardee, Jimmy Bowen, Linda
f Commerce.i Starke-Bradford. Chamber of Patrick, Jimmy Epps, Steve Futch ,
;I and members of the Shrine Club.
i I theme of the parade is being
\% P dJULOWllti | determined by Bradford County Groups or individuals who wish to
I Elementary school classroom participate in the Christmas Parade
1 students. Each elementary school should contact Jack Eckdahl, Executive '
has been asked to submit a theme to Director, Chamber of Com- A'a a
the Chamber of Commerce,and the merce.The Chamber phone number
rhnmhor will nmko thi final choice is 9645278.

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Adam and Don Hardy... '
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wan At the last meeting of the Administrative Board of the Starke First
United Methodist Church, a motion was passed to establish the Adam
Hardy Trust Fund.
This means that legal means have been established whereby people
may make a tax deductable contribution to Adam for help with medical
bills which have been so large recently.also means that the money con
tributed and received by the (Hardy family will not be subject to income
U.S. 301 South Starke 964-6071 taxes.If .
you wish to make a contribution to this fund make your check
payable to the fo'irstllnited' Methodist Church and mark it for the Adam
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