Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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i NOV 131986 '


PKY LIBRARY. 1 Section. ihP Bradford Cou"' ,t, .4,
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Editorial Pag*. . . . . 4A SINCE 1879
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Outside.. BMS Football Pago Con:: : : : :: : : : : : : : : : : :10A<7A :,

outlook Partly for cloudy the weekend.and mild with a 30% chance of rain Is the extended Sport.. . . .. . . 12-14A

Another cold front is moving in from the north, but not much .,
change !in weather patterns is expected here over the weekend, Arabian Hanoi Pago. . .. . .1.7.
which is expected to be misty, cloudy and rainy, but no heavy Canadian Trip.. .. . . . i

precipitation[ predicted. Hollow_n, . .. . . ..2."j
Weekend temperatures should see highs near 80, lows in the 60s. Tax Raform . . . . ..41 ,;-;
Today (Thursday, Nov. 6) should be partly cloudy, with possible Area Doath . . . . Ill (
showers, a SO' chance of rain continuing all day, with winds from Court Ca.... . . . . .*. '\ '
the NE at 8 mph. N.ws arils. . .5.4.12B The Sweetest Stra'k I ; \
August average rainfall is 8.1 inches, September 5.46 inches Oc- Clatslflodi . . . . MOB t I \ I \ I \ I Ii d.;
tober 3.64 inches, November! 1.86 inches December 3.08 inches. Hunting Nowi, . . . 13,148 108th Year ST ,\ \," i I I II \ .J
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74 Percent Turned OutBradford .
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Ugly... ;,

This year's third annual Miz Ugly _
Contest sponsored by the All- s Split Nov. 4 Ticket :
Sports Club of Bradford High, is ( I
scheduled for Nov. 15, at 7:30: p.m.
in the High School Auditorium
where 15 lovely contestants will Bradford voters joined in thestate's pledged her "full support to the winner -
strut their stuff. Admission S2. surge for U.S. SenatorElectBob ."Statewide, Graham was
., I Graham, Gov.-Elect Bob Martinez leading 56 percent to 44 percent.

Call-in ILI. > t r, Bradford voters gave Gov.
Program... : But Bradford broke from the rest Graham 61 percent of the 5,429 votes /
A morning call-in service to ;I, of Dist. 21, in which Rep. Chance Irvine cast, leading Sen. Hawkins 3,334 to
assist senior citizens who are aloneis R-Orange Park was re-elected 2,095, with 416 voters failing to vote
offered by the Starke Police 12,622 to 9,733. The county vote was in the race. Graham led in every _
Department, according to Chief 1,591 for Democratic candidate precinct in the county. I
Jimmy Bowen. Susan Weigel to 689 for Rep Irvine.
To become involved in the program Graham polled 61 percent of vote State Senate Race..
a citizen is asked to register to beat Sen. Paula Hawkins 3,334 to In the 5th senatorial district race
with the Police Department, then 2,095. Martinez got 59 percent of the Democrat Wayne Hollingsworth
call in before 10 a.m. each day. Bradford vote, beating Steve Pajcic swamped Republican Pat Cook by
After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. will 3,141 to 2,202. taking 83 percent of the district total
check on those citizens who have 74 percent of Bradford county vote, 36,059 to 7,480
not called in. If there is no answer, voters turned out Tuesday. This Bradford county voters dropped
a police officer will visit the year, it seems their choice was to off the average slightly giving !Holl
vote a split ticket, rather than follow
residence. ingsworth 4,116 votes to Cook's 957,
}' party lines. 5,845 Bradford voters for 81 percent. 5.08J votes were cast
went to the polls, out of the 7,766 in the race.State .
No Job, No Skill... registered, for the 74 percent turnout I

Job Representative..
Corps-Traimng slots are a .r. -
.' available in health occupations, ; tip- In the races two topoftheticketstatewide for and In the 21st House District Race, In-

plumbing, welding, business- r U.S. Senator, the,parties governor split almost cumbent Chance Irvine R. Orange
clerical, auto mechanic and other M' evenly in Bradford County, while Park took 56 percent of the vote
skills for men and women ages 16 Ift 1 'li district wide, against opponent
5 t 1 fl is still voting with the state. In the
through 21Obtain Democrat Susan
Weigel win re
senate race, Democrat Bob Graham
a GED, earn spending received 3,334 Bradford election. Irving won 12,622 votes to
and savings and county Weigel's
money money 9,733.
votes while Bob Martinez
make a good life for yourself. Republican In Bradford received
t- received 3,141 votes from the county, Weigel -
Room and board, clothing I -r r1 same of voters. a majority of the votes, 1,591 to Ir-
allowance, transportation, medical U fit.4. group vine's 689, taking 70 percent of the
and dental care will be provided.For 4 a 'I t J g Governor's Race... votes cast in the county.
more information, visit the District 21 takes in the eastern
Job Service Office at 1430 South Republican Bob Martinez, the portion of Bradford county, generally
First Street, Lake City, or phone former two term mayor of Tampa, lying east of US 301.
Irene Pearce at 752-3121. who bolted the democrat party in

1983, crushed Democrat guber- U.S. Representative...

', Gator QB Club... S natorial former candidate state legislator Steve Pajcic from, Former State Senator Bill Grant

Ty Smith, outside UF linebacker .5 Jacksonville, in a hard fought race, had little trouble winning election to
coach, is set to speak to the Gator : to become the second Republican the U.S. House of Representativesover
I' QB Club tonight (Thursday, Nov. 6) governor of Florida. in the 20th cen- write-in candidate Tim O'Con-
at the Starke Golf and Country 1L # ra4vI ner. Unofficial returns show Grant

., Club. _. ... _. r tury.Martinez was able to paint Pajcic receiving 8,696 votes. to 147 write in
S.... 6:30: p.m. social,7 p.m. meeting. as a"liberal," and picked up support 'Votes{ ror O'Connor.
r- A bus trip is planned for the Nov, from the Jim Smith campaign, who Bradford county voters gave
8 Georgia game. Cost is $18, or less was defeated by Pajcic in the O'Conner 31 of the total 147 he
.. if enough people go. Must have own I tt Democratic primaries, Since received, and gave Grant 4,137
tickets. Some seats are still left. $' registered Democrats exceed votes

'.. For reservations call Marty Barry Vi Republicans 2-1 in Florida, Martinez
\ 964-6300 or Ada Reddish, 964-7910. i rS received a tremendous "crossover"vote Cabinet Races..
There are six seats left for the by Democrats. Florida voters elected two new
bus !!going to the Kentucky game, r In Bradford, 502 voters failed to cabinet members to replace outgo-
'. leaving the morning of Nov. 14, .N vote in the governor's race. Mar ing Jim Smith, Attorney General,

,. returning Nov. 16. Reserve by Oct. __ __ ___ tinez received 3,141 of the 5,343 votes who resigned to run for governor,
31There m cast in the race, for 59 percent, leav- and Ralph Turlington, Commissioner -
is a drawing Thursday Election Night in Bradford County... ing Pajcic with 41 percent of the of Education, who resigned to .
night for two bus seats, two Kentucky vote. Several with work for the adoption of the ,
precincts majority lottery
'. game tickets, and a motel A big turnout in Bradford County kept election workers busy into the black registered voters went for amendment All other memberswere
night Tuesday as thousands of county citizens exercised their voting
room for two nights. Anybody is S Pajcic. re-elected to the all Democrat
'j. welcome to buy tickets, costing $2, rights. cabinet.
from any Gator QB Club Member. Perhaps the most stalwart and determined voter of all was "Judge" U.S. Senate Race... In the Attorney General's
r Gregory, (at of 94, who his walked race
k Contact Cliff Chapman, phone right Hampton despite age over a Bob Butterworth defeated Jim Watt
Gov Bob Graham, running
964-6911. mile to get to the polling station.
"He's a marvel" said an admiring neighbor. "lie always gets down to } strongly in every section of the state, 631,213 to 449,471 Tragedy struck
Butterworth Monday Nov. 3, when
vote. lie's real dedicated." easily defeated incumbent Sen.
Upcoming... Mr. Gregory said the weather certainly helped, he said he might have Paula Hawkins for election to the his former wife shot and killed their
then turned the
16-year-old ,
"thought twice" if it had been raining. U.S. Senate. Graham, having served son gun
-A meeting of the parents of two terms as governor, preventedfrom on herself, and committed suicide.
; Voter Kevin Johns (middle left at left casts his vote as pollworker
: members of the Sophomore Classat William Haas helps out, while election office personel were busy for hours running for a third term by the In the race for Commissioner of
Bradford High is set at 7:30: p.m. tabulating the results. constitution, had depicted his opponent Education, former state senator "
< Thursday, Nov. 6, in the BHS Shown from left at top: Judy Brown Janet Turner Marie Dyal, Bradford I Sen. Paula Hawkins, as a Betty Cstor took 58 percent of the
r library. All interested parents are School Board member Len Schloffman, Betty Anne Phillips, Chief "light-weight", who ducked tough votes 647,028 to Ron Howard's
attend. For infor- issues such deficit and 462,664 votes Castor is the first
invited to more as budget
Deputy Supervisor of Elections Carol Milner and Supervisor of Elections -4
mation, phone 964-8092, for Wanda Neva trade imbalance. Sen. Hawkins con- ,
Smith. Flynn. ceeded the race at 9:15: pm, and (See Vote... P.2A)
The Band Boosters of Bradford
High are set to meet at 7:30: p.m.
tonight (Thursday, Nov. 6)) in the I
BHS invited.Band Room. All parents are Starke Commission Approves Convenience Store for Reno AreaWith

Veterans of all foreign wars will a 4-0 vote, the Starke council the Starke zoning board's rejectionof ing the property tar residences ed in compliance with the request. cond plot, which was requested to De
be honored in Starke at a 10 a.m. voted Tuesday night, Nov. 4, to over- Shaw's request for a conveniencestore several years ago, and had deter City councilman Bobby Biggs probably rezoned light commercial in order
Tuesday, Nov. 11, observance sponsored ride the city zoning board's recommendation at SR-16 and Old Lawtey Roadin mined that it was not feasible, and made the most impact, when that trucks might be parked on it.
by American Legion Post 56. and approved Mrs. Clara ( the Reno area). there is no probability that the situation he said a 115,000 volt power line ran The description stated the plot con-
The Brooker city commission Colson's application to rezone a two Shaw pointed out that city zoning has changed, or in fact, would across! the east side of the propertYd tained 14 acres, while the requestwas
meets the second Tuesday which is acre plot on SR-16 E. for a conve- board members living in the area change any time soon. and no one would want to rezone only 7 acres, Commis
Nov. 11, at 7:30 p.m. in city hall. nience store, and a 7 acre adjacent did not object to the Reno area store, Linda Day, grant coordinator for beneath those lines. He said the city sioner Charles Schaefer pointed out.
The city commission of Hampton plot for light industrial.The in the 4-3 vote, but the four members the city, told the council that she was zoning board was looking at com This discrepancy caused some con-
the second
meets at 7 p.m. land is on the west side of living in other parts of the town concerned for the future of the city, prehensive plans written 10 years troversy, that was finally resolvedby
Tuesday of the month, which is SR-16 E., where the pecan grove is voted against it. Shaw further if business people could not get main ago, while the council is facing reali- rezoning all the land lying west of
p Nov. 11.The located, across from the Old Lawtey pointed out that the property is not arteries rezoned for commercial! the power line easement containing
monthly meeting of the Road, a part of the old Flume property suitable for residential development uses. She further stated no funds move to approve both applica- 7 acres more or less.
Board of Governors of the Starke- inherited by Mrs. Colson from since the cost of running available for the development of tions," said Biggs.It .
Bradford Chamber of Commercehas her father's estate, upon his death, utilities to the jite:: would make land contigious to large minority was pointed out that the second Motion to approve the applicationto
been delayed for one week, un- some 20 years ago. prices of the lots prohibitive. populations, as in the case of this plot had not been described, and rezone passed the council 4-0.
til 12:15: Thursday, Nov. 13, in O'Neal advised the council of
Gene Shaw, who opposed a proposal County Commissioner Wilbur property. voting for the second applicationwas
the SFCC Starke Center board to locate a convenience storeat Waters, son-in-law for Mrs. Colson, Local Realtor Lavern Outlaw not in order at this time. Biggs changes in the dates for regularly 9
room.Displaying SR-16 and Flume Road ((13th stated that he was representing the stated that the "highest and best" rescinded the motion. scheduled zoning'board meetings to
Christmas ideas, ex- Street) two miles east of Starke ask- owner, and said the family had in- use of the property was for commercial Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal Nov 20 and Dec. 18, to avoid con
changing and sampling special holi- ed the city commission to override vestigated the possibility of develop- usage, and the should be rezon- then read the description of the se flicts with the holidays.
day recipes will be the topic of the
Bradford County Extension

Agriculture Homemaker's 10 a.m. Thursday Building Club, Nov.set on to 13 US301north meet, in the at City Employees Receive 5 Percent Pay Raise Across the BoardA I

at the fairgrounds. Anyone u
interested is welcome to attend. rumor: turned into a fact Tues- bilcox stated the raise would<< attect Ruckman. "In the past 4 or 5 years, indicating structural defects, ana fuel oil from two bIdders, L.B. HIers
The monthly meeting of the day night, Oct. 21, when Starke only current employees, and would the rate has been higher than projec- the contractor should make the Oil Co., Macclenny, and Register Oil
Bradford School Board set at 7 employees received a five percent have no effect on base pay. tions, and we need to take a look at repairs. Co., Starke. Hiers bid was .027 per
p.m. Monday, Nov. 17, in the ad- salary increase from the City Com- the effect on water and sewer gallon lower than Registers bid, and
ministration building on US-301 mission. Retirement... systems." The city has a little Rosier's Complaint... was awarded the contract.
north across from the high school. Mayor Vernon Silcox told the Councilman Charles Schaefer breathing room at the present, but William Rosier came to the Tucker also reported the bond
The third Tuesday meeting of council that he had met with city reported to the council that firemen the effect 4 or 5 years from now podium to complain that persons us- trustees recommended the council
the Starke commission is set at department heads and city and policemen would have to in- needs to be assessed,said Ruckman. ing the Ron Denmark mini-storage purchase two trucks for the Utilities
7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 18, in city employees since moving into themayor's crease their contribution into the City Engineer Gary Sheddon accompanied buildings on north US-301, near Department. The council agreed,
hall.A chair last month. He found retirement fund by one percent, effective Ruckman, but made no com Market Road, were relieving and advised Clerk Tucker to prepare
school board reorganization that a rumor is rampant throughoutthat October 1. The increase was ments. themselves,sans bathroom facilites. specifications and advertise for
meeting is set at 7 p.m. Tuesday, a 5& raise has been granted to mandated in a statute passed by the He requested that Denmark be required bids.
Nov. 18. Newly elected school city employees. Since the budget has 1986 legislature. Roof Repair... to install rest room facilities. Stanton Contract...
board members Evelyn Chastain, not been finalized, the rumor was Schaefer asked Ruckman if he had Mayor Silcox sympathized with
Cobby Wainwright, and Len Schlof- without foundation, Mayor Silcox Engineer's Report... received any information from Rosier, and told him the council Bill Weldon reported to the council
. man will be sworn in. said, but he would like to lay the City engineer Don Ruckman Meadors Construction Co., Jackson- would take the situation under ad- that the Stanton Generating plant
The Zoning Board of Starke is rumor to rest by granting a pay& reported to the council that long pen- ville, in reference to the repair of the visement. Police Chief Jimmy will be coming on line soon, and that
.' set to meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, increase to all city employees.A motion ding permits had been granted by roof on the sewer plant on Edwards Bowen was present, and discussedthe he and Tucker had been to Orlandoto
week earlier than usual with Rosier outside the meet with other officials who hold
Nov. 20, a supporting the mayor's requestwas the Department of Environmental Road. Ruckman replied that problem
because of the Thanksgiving. holi- made and passed with the raiseto Regulation for the waste water Meadors Construction Co. had conference room. an interest in the facility. A contractwas
day.The be effective October 2. treatment plant, and that problem is agreed to make repairs on the roof, drawn and presented, which
regular meeting of the Councilman Bobby Biggs asked now behind them. gratis, even though the warranty Bond Trustees... Weldon said was the best contract
Bradford Zoning Board is set for 7 how much the raise would cost the "The rate of population growth In had expired. Schaefer said the metal City Clerk Neil Tucker reportedthe possible under the circumstances,
. p.m. Tuesday Nov. 25. city, and was told "$70,000." Mayor Starke is surprising," said roof had pulled away from the wall, bond trustees had opened bids on (See Raise... P.2A)

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.I mil ever to win election to aFt on the premise that "Martinez will Cabinet officer '
I I '-' < i ida Cabinet office. need help in the cabinet." Bradford county voters fe.tve: ea'ciof \ 'A'inriidmeiits.<<: ..
ecrctary of State George Commissioner of Agriculture the Democrat candidates for ', 'Br4dtoa'd county vott'I'tn'!'(' in
!Firestone won re-election with 52 Doyle Conner picked up 56 percent of Cabinet office wide majorities, with the mainstream of statewide votersin
percent of the vote, 542,065 to 500,019over the votes, 656,464 to 516,392 for Republican candidates receiving approximately casting ballots for ((31'against) the
Jim Smith. Democrats were Charles Bronson, Republican Con- 25 percent of the local first four proposed imeiulinonls, but
concerned that candidate for the ner, 57, is Dean of the Cabinet, rounding vote. went their separate way on the t fifth,
Secretary of State office, Jim Smith, out 26 years in the office. Priorto and voted with the minority on ap-
f Republican might possibly be con- his election to Agricullture Com- proving a state operated lottery.
fused with Democrat Attorney missioner in 1960, Conner served 10 Three Surpreme Court Justices Amendment no. 1, providing for a
General, Jim Smith's name years in the House. He is a native of and eighteen Appellate Court Judges statewide prosecuting attorney
Comptroller Gerald Lewis won reelection Bradford county. statewide, were on the ballot for passed in Bradford county, 2,978 to
over Jerry T. Gates, 644,397to Insurance Commissioner Bill retention or rejection. Six of the Ap- 1,331.
.... 515,614. Gates made an incredible Junior won re-election handily,win pellate court judges were on the Amendment no.2, providing for
I showing, to have received only ning 62 percent of the vote, over opponent local ballot, being assigned to the county elections on casino gamblingwas
$5,000 horn the Republican party, Van B Poole Gunter s North Florida| District All twentyone defeated 3,950 to 1,118.
r-Y and no funds from other than personal 701,591 votes topped Poole's 434,241 justices were retained on the Amendment no.3 changing the
v resources. Gales campaigned by u wider margin than any other bench, by Florida voters, and the homestead exemption formula was
nine judges appearing on the local defeated 3,558 to 1,445
ballot wore retained. In reviewing Amendment no.4 providing for
Bradford county votes, it was interesting Court revicw of
timely Supreme proposed -
y h Zoning Board Approves to note that a near constant amendments won'approval
36 percent voted against each of the 2,906 to 1,593.Amendment. .
nine candidates.There were approx- no 5 providing for a
I imately 4,150 votes cast in each race, state
lottery won approval state
r Adult Living Facility with 1,500 voting to reject The same wide, but lost in Bradford county,
trb totals appeared in three races 3.012, ) tn 1,9RB..
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:. r James R. Andrews request to have allow the Winn-Uixie Market Place
't I the former Foster Shi Smith home at project come under classification,
!K)5) W. Madison Street turned into an B-2, which requires no setback.
t adult congregate living facility was The new store building foundation Cox Appliance
J approved Sept. 25 by the Starke Zone comes almost to Orange Street on its

ing The Board.reclassification from RlA, southwest Thomas corner.R. Andrews requested a &

\f single family residential to HP, variance because of a conflict of .
( residential-professional, was given terms between set-back requirements -
linal approved Tuesday night, Oct. of section 4.24 (shopping Air Conditioning
7, by the Starke Commission. A center) and section 10.2 (B-2, Community
i ira special exception to the setback requirement Commercial District) on r
1'\\\ was also approved.The planned and approved site of ServiceService '
zoning board (board was told building project known as the Winn- i
the home will be converted to an Dixie Market Place The board
ACFL (Adult Congregate Living stated that the site plan of the Winn-
Facility), contingent to rezoningand Dixie Market Place project had been
a required exception. Ms.( approved by the Starke Zoning and Repair on:
Lillian Grillis,whowill be the licensed Board, the Starke City Commissionwith All Major Appliances
proprietor, stated the home will ( approval of city engineers) Joe Cox,
i. house a maximum of 10 clients, and and permitted by the Suwannee Air Conditioning Your
the buck yard will be fenced, as had River Water Management District Refrigeration ElectricalJOE friendly repairman.
or. ---- been requested The State Depart- and that approval was given with the Call him today for
ment of Health and Rehabilitation understanding that set-back requirements -
Be Next...? Services (I1HS) will monitor the of the B-2 classificationwere COX OWNER any appliance repair.
operation from time to time, under used of the ,
I IS: MUIIIK "lovelies" are rntriTil! in (tholM/: l'gl I t'onlc">t M'lul 7:30:: p.in. being as terms or-
existing dinance.
nt'vt :Saitmliiy.! :Nov.: 13. in the BUS tiiuliioi! inin.
The board then donned a new hat, Board member Walt Wescott
.Above nuistpr of ceremonies Don lljrdv I is shl"\\n willi the two previous move sir o1 -I
." becoming the Starke Board of Ad- ed to grant the variance from the [1964-7462
.CIIll.t.II.| Mike: fhapprll and Jamie VMiilclicad, decked out in Iheirr'inctv
I justment, and heard a request for an terms of section 4.24 (shopping
exception to the newly approved center) to the set-back requirements TECN-tURE
classification. Zoning board of the B-2 classification, under which rAANCNLED.FSVIC! j For
member Brenda Alvarez moved to there is no setback requirement. Quality Service & Repair

County Told Littering Law grant the special exception, received
a second by board member Julius
Royal, and the motion carried. -.-----

Needs EnforcementEnforcement No Setback Mandated... TRUGKSTRUGKSTRUCKSTerwillegar
The board approved a variance to

of a littering law is Alter discussion went on with no ..- -
badly needed in Bradford County, apparent plan of action agreed upon, Motors has the
Guy Andrews told the County Commission Andrews told the board, "I think -
this past Monday Nov 4. we're tossing this around like we've
Commissioners told Andrews the lone nt'lore.. and nothing will be best selection of 1986 Ford Trucks k I
hoard will write the Department of done," Action is needed, Andrews
franspnrtution and ask to have said, and it none is forthcoming he. perborate, available at the in Georgia or Florida.SAVE .
some "No:'; Littering" signs made promised to be at the next commisSodium
is safe bleach for cotton
,uul installed road sides Bradford sion meeting. drugstore a Mills!
on in -
The linen, wool and rayon. | when you buy 1986 models
County. commissioners .... .. .. .. .. ..
however, about -- -- ---- ---
were skeptical enforcing
( the littering law f'--- -87's will cost more. -
"I've wondered a long time when n
Bradford County will get around to COMING
doing something about littering the
road sides," Andrews told the board
Andrews said the county should 1986 Ranger 4x4 ," .
have a law prohibitng littering and -
:signs to advertise: the law. The county t'lck4
t should advertise the law, and prosecute V-6, Power Steering, -
violators, no matter who they
Brakes Tilt
Be-Bop ,

areZoning Director Darrell O'Neal .- the Cruise, Tach,
pointed out that littererss would
have to -be caught in the act to be ChristianClown Air Conditioning 0m
prosecuted, successfully. O'Neal said
he h.i1-; taken names from trash
dumped and has been unable to pro Teaching Children JeauaMoc .1 L
secute the violator.
County Attorney Reggie Flynn With Joy ami Love
said the county's littering law is in
ellect. Someone pointed out the law l i
had been ruled unconstitutional by Northside Baptist
County Judge George Pierce. Attorney ( November 16 $10,295
!Flynn said an appellate court 7 11:00 a.m. -tc
has reinstated the littering law andit
is in elfect as much as ever. Includes Frt!
Commissioners expressed doubt fun n
that the Bradford Sheriff's Depart
ment has the personnell to spend For All
catching litter bugs.Raise. L AgesSAVIN' 1986 F-150

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-- --- $ Long Wheel Base, 5450 G.V.W. Pkg., Sliding

from page 1 a 495 Rear Window, L.M. Mirrors, Headliner Pkg.,

and recommended approval,subjectto P235 BSW '

concurrence by the city attorney, SAW! Includes Frt! -
Terence Brown. Brown stated that
he had reviewed the contract, and
found it to be satisfactory, from his
point of view. A motion was made

and contract passed as,submitted.for the city to sign the Get BIG SAVINGS on

Fire Truck... Poulan's BIG-JOB Chain Saw

Councilman Bobby Biggs submit-

ted specifications for a quick Big 2.3 cu. in engine F-250 -
response vehicle for the fire depart- Full countervibe 3.-Pickup
ment, and recommended the council Model/2300 F250 Supercab
purchase the vehicle, since it is in CVA-16 16" Bar & ChainCountembe W.B.. .
the budget. Weighs less than 9 Ibs.
23001w16' G.9L Diesel 4 SpeedHandu'ng
Firemen Rex Siemer and Rusty / Bar 302 E.F.I.I 4 Speed Manual

Barrette said a "quick response Air Cond. "XLT" Cap Chairs
vehicle" is a small, well equippedfire Pkg. -
truck built on a one-ton chassis, Heavy Duty Suspension Trailer Towing Pkg."Loaded" .
with a 250 gallon water tank. It will
carry fire fighting equipment, ; r 7.50x16 ((8 ply) Tach
typical of larger units, but will also
carry medical supplies and basic life L.M. Mirrors
support equipment. The unit will be Regular, 3999a 19595.00
especially useful in automotive R.tallNOW$14999 l __ ,
13495.00 Disc. 3,000.00 |
wrecks and other accidents where rR =ra _
quick response is essential. Disc. -
The council passed a motion to

Bidding purchase procedures a vehicle,through regular v Sa $ ::995 $16,595 |


Grant administrator Linda Day, Exclusive 1 year limited warranty on all Poulan models See dealer for details.,
submitted a recommendation con- ON DISPLAY -
taining five names of persons to It's the best for the money because it's a
serve on the Task Force for the hous-
ing rehabilitation Community 87 T-Bird Sport Coupe 1987 Escort "GT"
Developlment Block Grant for the

have Reno target expressed area.a The willingness five persons to PoulanAvailable 87 Crown Victoria 87 Tempo Sport

serve Nine without persons pay.had volunteered 87 Bronco II 87 Aerostar

Iheir services, with the following
five names being recommended by
Day: Jurutha DeSue, Agnes Good- at: TERWilLEGAR MOTORS
(wine, Sandra DeSue, Gary Reddish, FLORIDA PEST CONTROL
and Gertrude Covington. 539 East Call Street
The council approved the five
names.Sch.iefer. Starke 964-5745 206"W. Madison, Starke Hwy 21 Keystone Heights

reported that funds for OlMribuMO by THIgp.n DIot_M,(on Mil TI_.OA117M C...(not)M1-13M. Starke 9647200Jax 388FORDG'viHe 371.1096 Keystone 473-3673
...._ ...
tou.lyDolltWdo the downtown developement grant [ 1150.55ae..N... .. _. > ._ .... .
I.I3L! .J .' '.01' N.n..Neldw.nN MMd *| '31):Ml-UM**
Mould be released on :Nov'; 7. rather :: "......Nu/C..L1/N.YA__..._II.wnl-d_
Ihar100 Nov. 4. as reported earlier.


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I New BC 4-H Agent; Hails from MidwestRod ,

'-" rw..t eaw: ,
Buchele looked through the ed, and Buchele accepted a manage- in photography, wood working, elec-
list of vacancies for 4-H club agents ment position with McDonald Corp., tricity, making breads making l +ar
and found two in Floridaone in managing 4 company owned clothing,swine, beef and many other eat 4t,
Panama City (Bay County) and restaurants. Within 2 he ventures.
one years .AeM/ ,''""'j; '
Starke. realized that he missed the associa- Buchele hopes to expand the .M
Buchele chose to come to Starke tion with young people and their number of youth enrolled, and the
because he liked the size of the coun- parents, and enjoyed working with variety of projects undertaken.Club .
ty and the rural-urban setting. He them too much to follow any other members may carry more
had been in one large operation, and line of work. In 1986 he began than one project, and may move
disliked the deluge of paperwork in- reading "help-wanted" ads published from one project to another, as Interest
\; volved with the larger operation. through the Wisconsin extension change. Projects are selectedby *l $.
'; Buchele is a native of central ,..v1F' service, listing state jobs throughoutthe the student members in consultation
I I, Iowa. He graduated from Ames United states. with their parents. Membershipis
& High School in 1965 and attended Buchele began work in Starke Oct. determined by residence locationas
ij Iowa State University Ames 17. His wife, the former Mary Lou a matter of convenience to the
'I'i. graduating in 1969 with a degree in Petzold will join him after the end of members. There is no cost to join a
i economics, sociology and the year. She is working in export local I psychology. He retured for his sales and cannot leave her job dues. The clubs have a r
i, master's degree in 1976. earlier. They were married last nominal charge per meeting, usually
June. 10 to 25 cents, for local use.
Bayfield is the northernmost coun-
ty in Wisconsin, on the shore of Lake Bradford 4-H... Buchele says there never are
} Superior. Buchele spent 10 years Bradford county has 6 functioning4H enough adult volunteers, and solicits .i,,
there, as 4-H club agent for the coun- __ clubs with 125 student membersand parents of students to join the pro- ,
j ty. It was during his tenure in li 40 adult workers. gram. He can be reached throughthe T +

' Bayfield he took a leave of absence _. ...... .:. .. .. Club members range in age from courthouse switchboard at M f I.a I. 'i
and obtained his master's -- '-'-":: ; 964-6280. '
and work
( degree. 8-19, on 40 to 50 projects, as yl ?
I In 1979 a opening became Rod Buchele their interests dictate. Adult Bradford County's most '
;( available in Kenosha County in SE volunteers are required to provide celebrated former 4-H club member
Wisconsin, and Buchele was suc- setting. He stayed in Kenosha 5 organizational leadership and other and loyal supporter, is Doyle Connor -
cessful in his application for the years.In functions within the club that youth 26 year veteran as Commis-
higher paving position, in the larger' 1984 the private sector beckon- r n't hnnrtlp IiOonl' rlnhs ore' active sioner of Agriculture. 1 : 5

City Puts Off Issue of Teen Pool PlayingThe

issue of teenagers playing Frank Young has been requestedfor exceptions, rather than changing the Young told the council the request ..-.--.--- -- ----"-_..
, pool in a game room for teenagers the past five weeks that the coun- ordinance. The bowling alley has had been pending for several weeks Award Winners... -
, .The Dungeon, was put off for an in- cil change a 1953 city law prohibiting two pool tables 'which were in use and he would appreciate a motion in Two Bradford County l-H'ers Lisa Mosely of Lake Butler and Amy
until the issue surfaced but have 'tis behalf. lie told the council there
definite time Tuesday night Nov. 4, teenagers from playing pool. After
Tison of Kaiford will be representing Florida l-ll at the 4-11 Eastern Nationals
by Starke commissioners.Only failing to get a motion seconded. since been removed them from play, would be no adults in his place, andf .
four commissioners were Mayor Silcox announced there until settled. pool tables were taken out all ages They will be competing in the team demonstration contest. The event
Commissioner Jimmy would be decision the issue would be allowed to mix while play-
present. no on
Chief of Police Jimmy Bowen will be held in Louisville, Kentucky Nov. 79.
Crosby was.absent.Cypress. Tuesday night.Councilman. agreed with Schaefer, stating that ing video games.Silcox said "It won't be Both girls are members of the Bradford County l-ll Horse Project Club.
his objections had been overcome Mayor Sandra :Melson of Starke Is the leader Itav ;Norman and his wife ami Barbara
Travis Woods and he supported the exception to tonight. Mosley will be taking the trip with the girls.
St. representing the committee to the ordinance. The ladies won the opportunity to present their demonstration by competing -
Other matters...
review the ordinance to governingpool Gainesville.
at state 1-11 congress held in July in
rooms reported the committee Schaefer moved to make excep City Clerk Neil Tucker advised the Their demonstration featured the girls dressed as! a horse explainingand
recommended to change the or- tions in the city's 1953 law for both council that bids had been received showing the audience the different gaits of the horse.
ResidentsAsk dinance to allow Frank Young to Young and the bowling alley. Woods from 7 vendors on two trucks the city After their return th"y"iII be available to present their demonstratiorto
open his pool room to young people. asked for the two entities to be had advertised! for. Mayor Silcox local groups.
Woods said he was merely reportingthe separated. Schaefer withdrew the turned the bids over to a committeefor
committee's recommendation original motion and substituted a evaluation. -----------
but he would not make the motion to motion to allow the bowling alley to Superintendent of Power Hours 9.30-5:30: : M-t '
City change the ordinance. operate pool tables. The motion fail- Resources Bill Weldon asked for his Call: -Street. Jo Ann s
ed for lack of a second. Schaefer title to be changed to "Electric 504 W. <
Schaefer recommended the coun- withdrew the motion, and did not in- Systems Director," without any ((904)) 964-8547 A Speciality Gift Shop
For ReliefSam cil consider handling both Young's itiate a motion for Young's application. change in pay. The council agreed
application and the bowling alley as with the change in titles.964HA .

Wise who lives on CypressSt -- -\\.I\M\MV..---.-..-- .....----.--........--.....-......-.. ..."'-' .......,
--- Check Out the Gourmet Roomfor
presented a petition to the Starke
council Tuesday, Nov. 4, containing help with your tailgate parties, Thanksgiving feasts or
36 signatures of residents of the I Rft ENDERS just treats for your family.
area. The petitioners are seeking
relief from an open drainage ditch Y ,,,,.,,!,,,.-. i We Pack Gift Baskets -
which runs from N. Myrtle St. to an j (. 't .merly Looking Glass Styling Center) We Appreciate Your Patronage

area Saratoga Heights Subdivision \\If Starke 964-IIAIR ...."' .
near SR-100 where the Florida l' .,. 140 W. Call Street -"'

Department maintenance of Transportationassumes of the ditch. {h Welcomes 1

Water enters the ditch at N. Myr- r
__ tle St. from a 3 in. culvert..wbich.is. -- .. MARY ANN PORCHIAZZO '

.. ..w.USSot.*} the outlet. The for storm culvert water begins coming at off an ". "." :,. ---
**l underground collection box,-appa -. '1iI 41 :'" PenTIS "J Grand Op@nrngGator I
US-301:' atly intersection south of the Pratt and St.runs and :t Reg.4o . V2 PriceOffer J'

;ff'1, _.
through the recreation field and ad- Good with Mary Ann through November 15
jacent to the jail. DOT holds an ease- :
ment through the area, from US301to _M.\MMV.\M\xM.VMW\M\\M\MV V\ MM1\Y\MV.\M\MM V.\NW\M\NV\M_ I
SR 100, near the apartments on
the east side. Drainage water even- THE BRADFORD
tually makes it way into Alligator COUNTY IELEIAAPH@t.flf
Creek, which drains into Rowell Recyclingl
Lake. l@ TURKO LOG Y Published every Thursday
at 135 W. Call Street
Old Problem... Q.fl. Starke, Florida 32091
H November 5 1986
According to Mayor Vernon CONTEST
1 o..dCla"p ,
Silcox, the problem has been before ( I' S.< I
the city council and county commis- ( : :! ",. Starke FloridaSubscription
sioners in prior years perhaps as ?iTlTf|? | 5' I a Coming Soon Rates: 9-4 Monday Friday
long as 10 or more years. Since DOT
In-trade area:: 12.00 per year
holds the easement neither of the r-
I months 9-2 SaturdayWE
local political bodies feel responsiblefor + a Call Sylvia $7.0051" I
maintenance. I \ Outside area: $13 per year
l' 964-6305 for Information $7.50 six months I
Specific Requests...
Petitioners requested the Installa- BUY: 11
tion of 36 in. culverts from the begin-
ning of the open ditch, to SR-100. NOVEMBER SPECIAL Aluminum Cans
They requested the budgeting of ; t
necessary funds, in the event cur- Copper Aluminum
rent funding isn't available. Finally , I Country!' living at its best. 4
they requested maintenance of the Glass Lead
t I Starke. Brickhome'on
ditch, until such time permanent improvements a minutes to, :
can be made. I 3 plus acres. This Newspapers RadiatorsU.S.

Council's Response... 'I home is designed for famijly -

Mayor Silcox accepted the petition 95STARKE-4522 living. Owner says to I
with the words "I don't like peti- FL. [sell it.
tions." He stated the ditch had beena
problem for 10 years, and would 301 NORTH -
require the cooperation of several j additional good home
bodies, including the city county 1:30: rw.tw S:30 .m. : : : (Behind Dairy )
and DOT. values, see our ad in Section -

Councilman Charles Schaefer ,.v B. 1r LL e'C'1 fC LI LI@!J@f) @!] I
volunteered to take the issue to the _

county.,__.__ commissioners to _..__ ._ ..,_and the -- -h i ...
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'-) NewVoTechJ : HAMPTON JAMBOREE Browning Construction

Classes Set t t Inc.

: Three announced new night for class the Bradford-startupsare Saturday Nov. 8th 964-6054 Free Estimates

Union Vo-Tech Center at 609 N. I
Orange Street in Starke under the I 6 p.m.Hampton Licensed Insured Experienced
; Community Schools Program. I '

." Coupon Refunding..Monday t City Park ,
", 7-9 p.m. Cost: $12. New Construction

Community Band..Monday : j"! t :

: 8-10 p.m. Cost: $15. I

'. Heavy Equipment;:J :proceeds raised will be turned over to the I I Pole Buildings

.<' Mechanics..6-10 p.m. Mon{, 1 Recreation Dept. of the City of Hampton. I lL.. ..Horse Barns Hay Sheds
Cost: $22. ,
day/Wednesday. A dl 'I'It I .-"...,.

.. I
Upcoming Classes. T
CPR/First Aid will begin!tolov. 10.. t ._ CONCESSION STAND I II It I 4'"d' Remodeling

";.1 7 Please call p.m.the Vo-Tech Center Free. t t\.i J Jt
.' if Interested in any of j Any
phone 964-6150 : LIVE MUSIC
1 1t :
the courses.To t 1i :.:.t ;

t : 5 v pountrv.western; Gospel, Blue Grass II J Jt. Kitchen Room ,Additions Bathroom,

.' I t. I IL
know I Is nothing at all; to imagine dome & Enjoy Yourself Call 964-6054



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y Paite4A TKI.KiltAPIl November 6. I1IK I

. BHS Alumni 90th Reunion Reminded of County's Leaders in Education i Politics ''/

A tribute to educational and political s education in this community have progressively leaders in State, Congressional, and locaf" ed four terms in the Stale Senate, from
loaders nl the past and present highlighted moved upward and onward positions for the past 100 years. He pointedout 1909 through 1915.
through the past 90 years We now have 14 had produced three
Andrews Starke
\ speech by Guy at the tncornetslmie that record
dedication ceremonies years of preparatory education available of the State House of Another lengthy legislative was
during outstanding Speakers
at our doorsteps. Any student can make it set by A.D.. Andrews of Raiford who served
of the
the !90lh BHS Heunion festivities, October Representatives, and two presidents
if they have the motivation and determination House terms in 1913 and 1915, and senate
:24-2rAmli, Senate, a record that no other city of com
This event is worthy of being in Florida could match. terms in 191719. After the county was
't-us, whose efforts on behalf of rats r celebrated as we do here today" parable size divided In 1921, Andrews served two terms
ing I Iht't'ducatiollullevpl in Bradford Counts One of the speakers, Dr. John L. in the House, 1927 and '29, from Union
t are largely responsible for the establishment ]rY Turning to other fields, Andrews said Gaskins, an early Starke physician and County
ol Santa Fe Community College Bradford County had a statewide reputation developer set the remarkable legislative
sin'kr Center', stated that ""programs of in political circles for producing record of serving in nine legislative Augustus V, (Gus) Long, Starke attorney
sessionsseven in the House and three in who progressed from Circuit Judgeto

.._ .. .. .c, .. .. ': ... -,.. u..d. ..... '''\''' '' -' IE' the Senatefrom 1877 through 1895. He the Federal bench,Judge represented during the his long county career in the on
": "it: probably set the all time record for
'" "' ',\ House at the 1903 session. His son, A. C.
this -
; / Speakerships, holding powerful position (Gus) Long served a long tenure as president -
J ;"0'0"0/1'I ".m! O"\'R"rI"'i.,[ ; )/! \ ( :.8" i during four regular and one special and chairman of the board of The
session 1889 through 1895.
'" ( i j : ,'" .
... "" !" .. " ,, Texaco Co. before his retirement several

< .. "", .. .. .. ,< ..: : :" : .. ,::: : .I. ... ....I. \ his Another political Speaker career,by Doyle becoming Conner, bean years ago.Bradford,

youngest legislator, at the age of 21. while. County has produced many
still a student at the University of Florida.He other notables in varied fields, includingJohn
Significant Gains and LossesIn served in the sessions of 1951, 'S3, '55, G. Kellum who became business
of Florida State Woman's Col.
and 57, becoming Speaker in 1959. He was
elected Florida Commissioner of lege (now FSU when, the college was first

Agriculture in 1960 and has been re-elected established in 1905.

Tuesday's ElectionAn every term since that time, including In the field of entertainment, the
Tuesday's, Nov. 4, General Election Sb w talented Ed Canova family made early
radio station WJAX in
history on
overwhelming Democratic victory spending, and this eiloit deserves sup- another Capt. John prominent Charles figure Richard in early(Ri-chard'Starke), Jacksonville with pioneer their' unique style of
music in the 20s and 30s. Judy
in terms of U.S. Senate seats in Tues- port. and partner in the first large mercantilestore country ,
the of the became
a nationally -
that here, served in the Senate in 1877 and youngest group
day's General Election proved
Won One Andrews known comedienne and hillbilly-
Lost One, buy
79, and in the House during the 1889
Ronald Reagan's coattails are no longer yodeling singer alter her Broadway hit in
front the Democratstook special and regular sessions. He also servo
for his On the Florida the musical "Yokel in the 1930's.
long enough to insure victory Boy",
Several other families have contributedmore
the U.S Senate seat from Paula ed as a delegate to the 1860 and 1885 Con
anointed candidates. stitutional Conventions. The latter is than one member to the Legislature. Andrews also stressed that Starke had
Hawkins, replacing her with GovernorBob credited with being the basic document on Three generations of the Wainwright family produced and been influenced by leadersin
Reagan's flawed campaign strategy Graham, but saw Steve Pajcic, the which our present Constitution in founded. have served in the House, starting with the field of education, starting with
was to ignore all issues of domestic and party's nominee for Governor, soundly Richard also organized and commanded a E.J. Wamwi-ipht in 1879, followed by N.D. Comer L. Peek, and George C. Looney,

foreign policy, and make himself theM defeated by Republican Bob Martinez. company of militia during the Civil War, Wainwright (longtime Bradford County who guided the destinies of the old Starke

; >Jf issueseeking votes on the basis of Pajcic suffered from the "too liberal" Eugene S. Matthews who was chosen Tax Assessor), in 1931, and N.D. Wainwright Institute in the 1870's and.'80s; and Professor
Jr. (one-time Mayor of Starke) in SS. Dowling, one of the most
helping. the Gipper keep control of the tag attached to him by opponents in the Speaker of the House by acclamation in 1945, '47, and '48 special session. dedicated instructors and disciplinariansin
I S Senate. It didn't work. It wasn't 1907, also served in the legislative sessionsof
September primariesa perception he the days of the old red brick high schoolon
1905, 1911, 1912 extra session, and 1923. Another father and son record was set by
what the voters who yearned for curesto Temple Avenue. Also mentioned by Andrews
was never entirely: able to shake. Mar- H" later served Florida as a member of A,J. Thomas, Sr. (longtime clerk of Brad

t problems rather than sugar-coated tinez, an erstwhile Democrat turned the Railroad Commission (now Public Ser ford County Court) who served in the Florence as Matthews outstanding McLendon teachers, Ina Alderman were

placeboswanted to hear. Republican, was aided by his image as vice Commission) for 25 years. House in 1927, and A.J. Thomas, Jr., who White, Isabel Fernandez,the Jackson

The Democrats needed four more an able city administrator plus the The Johns family has contributed heavily served three sessions from 1961 through Twins (Myrtice and Myrwln), and Clevy

seats to regain control of the Senate. hordes of Jim Smith-supporting to Florida's legislative halls. Two 1965.Other Norman, who went on to a responsible
twice that number and now Democrats who crossed over to Martinez's brothers E.M. (Markley) and Charley E. early legislators with longtime position in state agricultural education.
They got
Johns were both elected President of the records were Abraham Crosby, Senator "
has choice Andrews said Inclosing
"Society a ,
have a comfortable majority of 55-43. In camp. Florida Senate, although the former's untimely 1889, '91, '97, and '99; and J.B. (Doc) "Either educate its people and

a go-tor-broke effort, Reagan gambled death prevented his serving in this Crews, Senator 1901, 1903 1905, and 1907. make responsible, taxpaying citizens of

all on his personal prestigeand lostmce Net Effect on IssuesIt leadership position. They were precededby Crosby and Crews both served from the old them, or support them in prisons or other
15th District which also included Union
two earlier Johnses, Jerry M. in the
( the ofpersonal institutions. I for education. The
again strange phenomenon and remains to be seen how Mr. Reaganwill 1887 House, and John D. Johns, 1891 session County as part of Bradford at that time. is that we am never arrive. We never problem
of President
popularity a
manage to turn the Senate loss intoa R.A. (Lex) Green served as Chief Clerkof really graduate. We must always strive to
unpopularity of his policies made itself "victory" for the Gipper, in his usual Charley Johns served his first House ses- the House in 1917, the special session in do better"
known. Voters seemed to be saying, 1918, and regular session of 1919, before
manner of magical treatment of sion in 1935 and went on to the Senate, serv- going
We like the salesman, but we don't buy from and on to be elected Representative in Con- Based on the records of these prominent
defeats. Some observers see this loss as ing 13 terms 1935 to ,
gress for over 20 years. leaders, it is easy to understand why Brad-
what he's President in 1953. With the
selling. actual for the "checks andbalances" presiding as
an victory ford would enjoy the reputation of being
death of Gov Dan McCarty he became Acting In addition to his longtime service as
After the vote Tuesday, commentators concept of government, Governor, as provided by law, to fill perhaps the most politically savvy countyof
Circuit Judge. A.Z. (Zenas) Adkins, servo its size in Florida.
that this elecInn which of Constitution
agreed -
generally is an integral part our the unexpired term.

i marked the beginning of a new era They believe the loss may cause

tothe Reagan administration. His Reagan to change his dogmatic in-

place in history was hanging in the sistance on pet legislation and cause County Agent's Notebook By Bobby Taylor I

balance and now it will be even more him to approach Congress in a more

difficult for him to leave his mark basedon conciliatory and cooperative manner.

Star Wars and some other controversial Such a change in approach may actually Imagine (cutting into a ripe, juicy tomato Consider a Greenhousevery heat Gas heating equipment is usually
recommended. Gas heat is clean and
objectives. He did not obtain the enable him to get more of his pro- January that you, grew economically yourself, in growing the middle exotic of important, both in relation to among the least expensive to install and

mandate he obviously sought. While gram through Congress than the "takeit plants that your neighbors can obtain from available light, and wind protection. Obviously operate in these days of soaring fuel costs. ,

Republicans made substantial gains in or leave it attitude he has so often us- speciality shops for a whole lot of money, adequate sunlight is essential and If your greenhouse can't be located closeto

Governorships, these victories were ed. On the same grounds they do not filling your garden and landscape with you must also provide some form of protection a gas line, fuel oil or LP gas can be used I'
from high winds. Winds will altect instead. Whatever
based largely on issues related to their believe he will use his veto powers healthy transplants you raise yourself, or, heating system you
greenhouse in two First, the choose )
start in your ways. make, sure you provide adequate
getting an early developing a
particular states, and could not be abusively in order to block needed vegetable garden or 1 lower bed. You can structure must be sound enough to withstand ventlfiftiaifMnslde; "tfl *"greenhouse.'t

edited i to Reagan coattails. legislation that he does not approve. do all ol these things, and more, il you strong wind piessuies Also, exposure Remember that exhaust fumes must be '
nave 'eenhousc, to high winds will cause heat loss, vented to the outside. You should also keepin

Widely deplored by most observers of Two Party System EmergingOne Even a gi though we can grow an amazing mind that heating can be a big expensein
pre-election strategy was the offensive- greenhouse operation. Give very careful 1
variety ol plants, many year-round in our
I Is negative content of most 30secondTV of the overriding messages in- stale. greenhouses are becoming increasingly consideration to the type of heating unit
commercials used on both sides of dicated by Tuesday's election is a fur popular with many garden hobbyists. and distribution:: system you select, as wellas
ther step toward a two-party political One reason is that greenhouses oiler the type of fuel to be used.
the political fence and the inordinate
Other factors need to think aboutare
system in the State. With several new gardeners a great deal of flexibility. You
almost obscene millions spent in the Republican in the South can start seedling vegetables for the easy access to adequate water and
governors ,
campaigns, with Republicans leadingthe backyard garden long before anyone else. eler'ricity. Electricity is required to
orgy of dollars. Democrats can expect a strengtheningof You can raise all kinds of unusual and interesting opei ate ventilation fans and to supply ad-
the GOP through Republican ap- plants. And, you can do these ditional ligh'ing for proper plant growth.

Political Action Committees (PACs) pointees to fill vacancies on governing things because a greenhouse can be Naturally, abundant water is essential,
boards and for memberships on local designed to stimulate ideal growing condi- resulting in the need for additional ar- and you must be assured of an adequate
are being described as a legalized way boards and tions lor a wide variety of plants.The three tificial heat, which is expensive. Position- supply at all times.I .
of buying elections and the votes of governor-appointed agen- critical factors in plant growth, light, ing your greenhouse so that it has a wind hope these comments have not left you
those who are elected. In many cases cies. With the continued influx of water. and heat, are easily controlled In- barrier to the north will shield it from most with the impression that greenhouses must

this is true, and yet the frenzy of fund- newcomers-even into our North Cen- side a well-constructed greenhouse.The chilling winds. This also will allow sunlight be complicated and Expensive They don't!)
tral part of the stateit will not be long first thing you have to decide is from the south to provide both light and They may be as simple or sophisticated as
raising through PACs continues with no before local candidates used to being whether you have enough space for a heat. you desire. In future articles I will discuss

sign of letting up. Some believe that elected in the primaries, will find greenhouse, and if there is a suitable location Even so, you'll need to supply your various designs, structural materials, and
public financing of campaigns could themselves faced with expensive I on your home grounds. Location is greenhouse with some form of artificial accessories for a greenhouse.
this dominance of dollars but
limit ,
general election campaigns also.
President Reagan opposed even the City and County Officials
modest ear-marking of $1 on an in There is nothing innately wrong witha Forestry in Bradford County

dividual's income tax for the purpose of two-party system. Indeed, it might be Benefit From SeminarsA

bipartisan campaign support. The con- helpful in keeping Democratic office By David W. Norton
sumer organization, Common Cause, isrene'in holders on their toes in order to ward off Bradford County Forester Seedling Program wide spectrum 0: seminars to aid city
and county governments in with
its effort to curb campaignVETERANS competition. and their problems was described at coping the Starke
More than 158 million tree seedlingswere ings 9,155,200 longleaf pines said
planted in Florida last year the John Folks, Environmental Specialist with Rotary Club last week by Louis Kalivoda,
the Division of director of the Santa Fc College -
highest was 13 million in Taylor County, Forestry. "Private in- Community
terests also planted 427,000 hardwood Institute of Government.The .
according to planting report just
IDAy9 released by the Florida Department of seedlings" and 315,950 Virginia pine seedl Institute is funded by a new grant
8 Agriculture and Consumer Services. The ings. program and administered by ten centers
Division of Forestry report for 1983-86 The 158,506,993 seedlings planted during around the state, with the cooperation of
shows that every county except Monroe the 1985-86 fiscal year brings to community colleges.The .

I had seedlings planted by private lan- 4,138,410,213 the number of seedlings speaker said that a seminar on zon-
downers or timber interests. planted in Florida since records were first ing is already planned for January at the

The counties where the most seedlingswere kept in 1928. SFCC Starke Center for the benefit of city
"It took us until 1979 to plant 3 billion
and board
planted during 1985-86 were in north county zoning staffs, members,
seedlings but only six more to reach
years members and the
Florida where most of the state's timber is public.
4 billion, Folks said. "According to our
On Veterans Day, November 11, the mortar that holds the foundation of our grown the But even Pasco County just northof projections, we expect to see the fifth Kalivoda said that seminars could be
heavily populated Tampa Bay area billionth conducted at the request of the local
seedling planted by 1990.
nation will to recognize the ser country together.We .
pause reported planting 2,711,000 seedlings on
For information about Florida's seedl- governmenls, on such varied topics as
vices performed and the sacrifices need only to consider events in our 3,739 acres.Perennial. ing program, contact your local Division of waste management, ground water pollu-

made by a very special group of men troubled world of today to realize that leader Taylor County, which Forestry office. It's listed in the telephone tion, city and county animal control a
and women. bills itself as "The Tree Capital of directory under Florida Department of system; of regional jails, and the consolidation -
this is no time to reduce our commit- Florida," was at the forefront again with Agriculture and Consumer Services. of city and county services.

The veterans of today are living examples ment to maintaining our nation's peace 13,646,440 seedlings planted, but Bay Coun- In pointing' out the
of the dedication and devotion of through strength. Even as far back as ty was a close second with 13,133,957. Gulf awareness of environmental need for local the
the patriots who brought our nation into 1776 there were voices of doubt, calling County followed was third with 7,657,892 seedlings.. Some Homeowners speaker said that a single gallon of

being two centuries ago, and have 4 for the citizen soldier to trade his bevy by County Calhoun with County 5835000.with 6,163,042and Being RippedOffBy gasoline can contaminate millions of

preserved itt to this day. musket for a plow. But, thankfully, the gallons of drinking water, sometimes even
Radon Testers
The total value of forestry! in Florida fell before the public is aware of the pollution.
citizen soldier of then
For more than 200 years, wheneverthe as now, refusedto about 17 percent from more than $8.3 Many Florida residents, fearful "Once contaminated, water cannot easily
forces of tyranny and subjugation heed those cries, as long as his libertyand billion In 1985 to $6.9 billion In 1986. Among that their homes may be contaminated be purified," Kalivoda said, "so It makes

threatened, citizens eager to preserveour the safety of his family was at the many factors causing this were Canadian with radon gas, are seek- sense, economically and health-wise to
have answered the nation's stake. imports, the reduction in new housing ing on-site testing of their homes. A prevent gasoline leaks before they occur."
starts, and freezes that cut fruit and
call when in need. In the best of times, History has confirmed the wisdom of vegetable roductionandreduced the need problem not be arises qualified in that to properly the "tester"may testa "City and county governmental officialsare
there have this resolute action. for containers to package these com responsible for providing a pure water
as well as the worst of times, home and may be conning the supply for their citizens. Without working
always been those ready and willing to Veterans Day 1986 takes on added modities. Most of these factors of short-term affectingthe residents out of a considerable sum knowledge of waste management
timber market arc a
risk all that is near and dear to them leaders of money. Issues, public officials may be endanger
significance as the of theworld's nature ((0-3 years)
The American Lung Association of
while fighting for the principles on ing their community's economic and en-
two super powers are still at "Timber interests planted 115 542,793 Florida (ALAF), the CHRISTMAS vironmental welfare," Kalivado said.
which founded.
I our nation was loggerheads over nuclear disarmamentwith slash pine seedlings, 21,373,050 loblollypine SEAL PEOPLE, is concerned that ,

Their service has been in keepingwith little prospect of significant progress seedlings:! 11,693,000 sand pine seedlTHAT'S some consumers are being "rippedoff" Starke Arts Festival

the best tradition of equal justice, toward lasting peace. radon by testers.con artists posing as expert Called Finest EverTo
freedom, and democracy established by I "In the panic that their homes'may j. k The Editor:

those who fought against great odds to While honoring our veterans of all Be7CER. be contaminated many consumers mend I would like to take this lime to com-
Santa Fe
win these rights from a despotic govern- past wars on November 11, Americans are seeking testing from Starke Chamber Community of Commerce College: for and the

ment 200 years ago. Their sacrifices should take time to that these unreliable sourcessaitFfJteairl tremendous
pray ALAF"Dir ctoi\ 1st Festival! of the Arts that
Copeland, I Environmental
1 have not been made merely to defendour leaders will resolve their differences at Health;' Jacksonville. was recently! held I have attended many

nation'. shores, but to champion the the next summit meeting and make Th. marathon raw was originally "Reliable radon monitoring re such artists showings and crafts exhibitsin

cause of freedom; and individual rights some real progress toward preventing a 26 mll.. It was lner.at.d 385 yard quires radon detection devices, would many like different to parts this of the country andI

wherever threatened. Veterans of nuclear war that would likely mean the In the 1908 Olympic Oim. so King trained staff" and accurate reportingof have ever been say privileged was to the attend finest one I

yesterday, today and tomorrow are the destruction of planet Earth. Edward VII could...the finish from results. :Mary GolUriVtS

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Powell-Patrick 1 if Wed in Standing Chapel; : I IThe

Chapel at Camp Blanding was which was:: embroidered with seed The groom, the son of Mrs. White luce-covered tables held a
0r. the setting Oct. 18 for the wedding of pearls.The Christine Patrick of Lawtey and the champagne fountain and assorted
Tammy Ruth Powell and Ronny bride wore a pearl caplet witha late William Patrick, was attendedby finger foods Deborah Johns served
Russell Patrick. finger tip veil. Jimmy Strickland, best man. the punch.
The altar was decorated with A cascading bouquet of miniature Scott Johns, Luke Powell and J. B.Gladieux Music for the reception was provided
r.'I r. vases of white gladiolus, roses, drobinium orchids, white tea roses, served as ushers.A by Gary Goddard of Jacksonville -
burgandy carnations and babys red sweetheart roses and touches of reception was given following .
; breath. An archway covered with ivy was accented with beading and the wedding at the Starke Golf and Out of town wedding guests included -
x greenery interspersed with mauve doves and hearts was carried by the County Club. The ballroom was Dr. Glen McClane, Mr. and Mrs.
miniature carnations and white bride. decorated with greenery of palms Bill McClane and daughter Katie,all
pompoms surrounded by small with fairy lights, ficus and ferns. of Tallaha ses.
voltaic candles completed the scene Nuptial music was provided by Two large urns held handmade silk
for the 2 p.m. ceremony which was Joey Herres. mauve roses filled with rice.A Following a wedding trip to St.
performed by A. Z. Adkins Jr. Attending the bride was Rhonda four-tier wedding cake topped Augustine and a week on Anastasia
Carter, maid of honor, Shawna with a bride and groom was flankedby Island the couple are residing at
The bride, daughter of Mr. and Patrick, daughter of the groom, arrangements of mauve and their home in Lawtey.
Mrs. William C. Powell of Starke, junior bridesmaid and Jessica Ben- white miniature roses, carnations Tammy is employed as service
was given in marriage by her father. nett, flower girl. The attendant's and babys breath with candles in representative with Nation Wide In-
She was attired in a tea length gownof gowns were of mauve satin with an- silver candelabra. surance in Gainesvrtte. Konny is
silk lace ,overlay Puff sleeves tique lace trim, and they carried Cutting the wedding cake was employed with Florida Division of
tapered to fitted wrists on the jacket smaller cascade bouquets. Debbie Andrews and.,"'nn Mawnn Military Affairs at Camp Blanding.

I r.Ili a Announcing I

Maternal grandparents are Mr. &
Joshua Aaron Adkins
Mrs. Curtis Edwards of Theressa.
Jeff & Traci Adkins of Starke hap- Maternal great-grandparents ae
pily announce the birth of their son, Mrs. E. C. Dukes & Mrs. Guy C. Edwards
Joshua Aaron, born Oct. 27, 1986 in ot Starke.
__ Alachua General Hospital in Paternal grandparents are Mr. &
Mrs. Konny K. Patrick Gainesville. Mrs. C. R. Pulling of Maitland.
Joshua weighed 8 Ibs., 3 o/.s.: at
1I birth and was 20 inches long.
PRETTY CocD FOR b Maternal grandparents are Ed & John Matthew GriffisMr.

Lillian Fern Willis of South Point & Mrs. Michael Griffis of
i Ohio. Maternal great-grandpurenta Keystone Heights proudly announcethe
are Ruth Bluebuam of Westwood, birth of a son, John Matthew,
KY and Charles & Geneva Sparlingof born October 21, 1986,in Gainesville.
Coal Grove, Ohio. John Matthew joins a brother,
The world's largest island is Greenland. It's 840,000 square miles.DON'T r
Paternal grandparents are Nora & Gerald MichaelllI.
Bob Adkins of Paternal Maternal grandparents are Mr. &
: T iH ,E,: ..E ,R'' .,VI B' :E': S: TI. I k great-grandparents Newberry.are Jim & Helen Mrs. John W. Wright, Green Cove

Phillips of Newberry. Springs.
BE TOE ', : Paternal grandparents are Mr. &
'. .... '.
Samantha Lynne Allen Mrs. C.B. Doolittle, Green Cove Spr-
CLEAN-UP TURKEY! Michelle Ann Watkins George & Sheryl Allen of Hillcrest ings and Mrs. Agnes Wright, Springfield -
proudly announce the birth of their Ohio.Paternal .
You'll spend more time with your family and less time daughter, Samantha Lynne born grandparents are Mr. &
Watkins and Faile Mrs Gerald Gritfid of Raiford.
washing dishes when you use Hallmark paper October 28, 1986 in Alachua General Paternal great grandmother is
Hospital in Gainesville. She weighed
Choose from of harvest solids
partyware. a bounty
Mrs MayBelle Dobbs of Raiford.
7 Ibs., 3 ozs. and was 19 inches long.
and designs. Suitable for the main meal or as a way to
Maternal grandparents are Oren
make leftovers at Hallmark! Set Wedding Date
more special. Only T. & Blonnie M Dcrkman of Starke., Derek Steven Saucer

Paternal grandparents are LenaM. Terry & Ginger Saucer ol Waldo
Mr. & Mrs. Stuart Parker of Her fiance is also employed by Clemens of Hillcrest and the late proudly announce the birth of their
Lawtey announce the engagement of Pizza Hut. Francis C. Allen. son, Derek Steven born Oct. 18, 1986
their daughter, Michelle Ann to A wedding is set for Thursday, in Aldchua General Hospital. He
Randall K. Jo'aile of Lancaster, S.C., November 20, 1986 at 7:30: p.m. at Lauren Nicole PullingMr. weighed 7 Ibs., and was 20'" inches
son of Mrs. Norma Jean Faile also of Highland Baptist Church.
Lancaster.The & Mrs. Brian Pulling of Plant long.Maternal
A reception will follow and all City happily announce the birth of grandparents are the
bride-elect is a graduate of
I late Louis & Ruth Crews.
their Lauren Nicole born
daughter, ,
Bradford High and is employed by friends and family are invited to at- Paternal grandparents are LeonaSaucer
23 1986 in Brandon
tend the and September ,
Pizza Hut wedding reception.
and the late Clarence
Humana Hospital. She weighed 8
Ibs., 7 ozs. Saucer. ,
Pace HonoredIn Lauren joins! a sister, Leslie Paternal great-grandparents are I
Miscellaneous Marie who is 5'a.' Essie Thiigard and Ted Gortito.
:rtes. r ,

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Diana Lynn Pace bride-elect of Members and guests of the Recently they celebrated LouiseStern's
WWII ul I Ilnlt Dennis Crawford was honored. at a I
Methodist Women Sunday School birthday with lunch at the
miscellaneous bridal shower at the Beat a little water into eggs when Class celebrated the birthday last Iron Horse, also in Gainsoville and
home of her aunt, Gail Thomas of making an omelet Instead of milkor week of class members Ada Reddish Lucy White's birthday with lunch at
Starke on Monday, September 27. cream for more tender result. and Mary Bomar with lunch at the the Hill Top in Orange Park.1 .
', "'eo" ..,OFF.ICE..SHO Upon her arrival she was Amici in Gainesville.
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Bishop-Locke Wed in Double Ring Ceremony. in Def uniak SpringsThe


First liapllst i Church olDcFnni.ik Springs. The groom" is the son ol designer( gown IIi i wmlesiiK i"1' I1I11.a sister-in-law ol the bride, of lions, baby's breath and tern. An array ol linger desserts, nuts,
I Springs was the setting; Mrs. Joy Bell ol Ponce de Leon and over t"III'ta. The princess styled Crest view, Fla., und Miss Pat Garrett After the ceremony the bride's and mints were served' on d rectangular
,for. the candlelit double ring Lt. Colonel James L. Locke, Sr. ol bodice was framed by a scooped of Pensacola, Fla. Their gowns parents entertained with a receptionheld !table with a pink underlay
rice. ., uniting Barbara Lea Starke.Guests. neckline and embroidered in silk were raspberry moire taffeta in the in the church fellowship hall A covered with a cut work und
Mishop.phony and James L. Lock, Jr. in ; were invited to register in thread, featuring a I(curette and leaf same design as the honor atten large white wicker swan holding a crocheted. cloth. A large arrangement .
marriage The Reverend Mr. Larry the bride's book by Ms.: Bonnie design i which was repeated in the dants.! A contrast of rose pink fern marked the entrance where the oi mixed (lowers in shades of
Cummings officiated for the Bishop. sister of the bride. The sheer elbow length sleeves. A basque streamers was used in their mat. registry table was covered with awhite pink and rose were used here. The
ceremony hold at 4 {).m., Sept. 27. registry table was covered with a waistline held a gathered skirt chinK Colonial bouquets. eyelet cloth trimmed with pink punch and gift tables were similarly
Tin' bride I is the daughter of Mr. and cloth ol French eyelet and enhancedby which featured a front panel of silk Miss Jaime Lynn Register, nieceof ribbon insertion. Ms. Bonnie Bishop covered and decorated using shadesof !
Mrs Donald D. Bishop DeFuniakMr. an arrangement of pink snapdragons ; embroidery. The hemline which the groom, of Covington, La., was also served here. pink with white and accents ol
gladioli, baby's breath und cascaded info a ('hap..II.'nglh train, I lower girl. Her dress! was of pink The three-tiered wedding cake greenery! and frosted grapes.
leather leal tern in a cut crystal; was edged in Ihe leaf design. To moire taffeta with a wide circular which featured a base of four heart- Mrs. Mike Cosson and Mrs. Lex
vase complement the gown she chose a collar, pulled sleeves, and full shaped cakes was presented on a Payne served the wedding cake. The
hat of lace: with an upswept brim. gathered skirt. Lace and pink ribbon large antique mirror. The top of the groom's cake was served by his
I Luxuriant ferns interspersed; with Seed pearls, silk lilies of the valley, insertion trimmed the collar, cake held a miniature bride and cousins, Mrs. Hilton Galloway and
baby's breath flanked each side ol tulle roses and a |H-taled tulle bow sleeves and skirt. She carried a groom standing beneath a lace and Mrs. Philip HainmiiccL)
the rostrum; A Urge arrangement ol cascaded into a fingertip veil. white wicker basket of pink rose ribbon trimmed umbrella. This Others assisting with serving and
pink and white gladoli, carnations, The bride carried flowing bouquet petals round table was covered with a pouring were Mrs Clarence CooleyMrs
f of white sweetheart roses, car- white lace tiered cloth and Sidney Drake, Mrs. Edward
iV. t.l snapdragons; breath, chrysanthemums and nations, baby's breath, silk leaves Phillip Hammond, cousin of the decorated with white and pink Nail, Mrs. Perry C Hutheford, and
decorated baby's (he center ol the greenery plat lorm. and white satin streamers.Mrs. groom of Ponce de Leon, Fla. served flowers and greenery. Miss Beth Cooley. Rice bags!: were
side candelabrumheld Rex Gainey served as as i test man. Ushergroomsmenincluded The groom's cake of two rec- distributed by Misses Carol Denmark -
On each matching
of HOVMTSbelow matron of honor and Miss Melissa Bob Locke, brother of the tangular tiers was frosted in and Shawn Morse, cousins of
sprays; The Cecil was maid of honor. Both are groom of Ponce de Leon, William chocolate and decorated with hte bride. Relatives and friends
bench me was lighted done tapers in profile prayer. Pew residents of DeFuniak Springs. Bishop, brother of the bride, of strawberries, green grapes and ivy. came from Alabama, Georgia,
markers ot carnations, baby'sbreath Their gowns were tea length and of Creslview, Steve Martin, cousin of A brown linen cloth with an overlay Louisa, Mississippi as well i .
and fern pink tied with white sa- rose pink moire taffeta featuring the! groom, of Panama City, Fla. and of Battenberg lace covered the many locations in Florida.
lion ribbon and tapers in hurricane scooped necklines ending in a deep V Mike Hushing of Ponce de Leon. round table which was accented withan The ceremony and reception were
globes banked with greenery and in the back. They carried Colonial The groom was attired in a white antique brass deer and brass can directed by Ms. Ellen Murry
baby's breath in the church windows bouquets of pink carnations, tuxedo with a white sweetheart rose die holder with a single candle. assisted by Ms. Sue! ,Foreman
completed Ihe church interior decor. alMromcria I lilies, baby's breath and boutonniere. The ushergroomsmenwore
leather leal' lern with streamers of black tuxedos with pink ties
Traditional music _...
wedding waprovid.'d -
cummerbunds. The of the
and father
lace and rose pink and raspberry iii u.
I by Mrs. Charles Gray ribbon. ', bride, the groom's father and step-
organist. Mrs Myron Hudson was Bridesmaids were Mrs. Steve father wore traditional black tux. TURKOLOGY
loW'" vocalist. edos. Boutonnieres for all the men of Wi
Register, sister of the groom of Cov-
The bride, escorted to I the altar by
I : & Mrs. J.iines I I., l.mkiJr her father, wore a contemporary ington, Lu., Mrs. William Bishop. the wedding party were pink carna- CONTEST


I Hampton. Hilites i I Wedding Saturday.Set Nov. 8 .IBg8 Coming Soon

I ICv. Delorci MrnKPlume included a hay rule and jack The PTA Halloween Carnival held. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Calvin Pace e-.u_ 5-* Call Sylvia
IixI91SIlantptou/ 0'!smear contest. The yard was at I the school Sat. night was en- announce the forthcoming marriageof
decorated with paper bag lights 'able lor many people whoatlended. their daughter, Diana Lynn, to
Jamboree... Halloween characters, witches( a Gratitude goes to all who Dennis Neil Crawford, son of Mr. 964.6305 for Information
variety of appropriate figures assisted in working and who and Mrs. Bill Crawford of Lake City.
scary \ supported
On Sat., Nov. 8, the monthly Jamboree -
The is for Saturday
wedding planned -
and u bonfire.Attends this event.
will be held at the City ParkLie Poster prize winners were: 1st Nov. 8, at 7 P M, at the First 'M,." ..!! ". ;MM %\I, WWhat's
bands will entertain
throughoutthe Kriinion... Place Ross Bickers Baptist Church in Lake Butler. A
Clay Archey, ,
evening beginning at 6 o'clock. It All
reception will follow in the
April Sco gins, C.K. Fuqua, Morgan
Hamburgers and hot dogs are some Wallace Collins recently attendeda
ot the food items available. Proceeds Reunion of the Army A Battery Esty, Diana Searcy and DavidItub'l'lS. fellowship hall. "What is the Christian Faith all about, anyway?"
No local invitations
2nd Place Paul Phillips, are being sent.
227, from which he retired
v ill go toward Park needs and manyyears
All relatives and friends cordially
renovations. Everyone is invited! ago. The Reunion was held at Stacey Floyd. Charlotte Smith, Dale invited to attend. are "Why do I need the Church?
the Holiday Inn near Valley "Forge, Grover, Evelyn Rawclitle, Tisha "
I'm and he week.
as good as my neighbor, goes every
Mullis and David Fceiell.3rd, Place-
Patriotic CUi/en.., Pa. The week was very interesting
Russell Rawclille, Jennifer Glenn, Camp Blanding NCO Club
since Wallace was, able to visit; with ; ;
Mr. Ciregoiy, Judge at age 94, "I used to to church,
Lee Brown Jason go
Kristy Missy ;
friends of lie Drive
walked Irom his home to the City some oily years ago. Begins Toy did make feel
visited Mr. and Mrs Don Knox and Glen, Michael Mi-Kiiiiie: and Matthew but all they was me guilty. (
Hall to exercise his right to vote inTuesiday's family enroule home. Montgomery ((1st, 2nd and 3rd Give a toy or cash donation and Isn't Christianity supposed to be a joyful religion?"
election( This is a commendable prices were awarded to each grade make a child happy!

act since the distance is Back Home... participating in the Poster Contest.) Camp Blanding NCO Club is If you've ever asked any of these questions, then our class in
more than one mile, in light of the beginning it's First Annual
tact that many much ) peopledo William Lahn returned home 1.I twe..k Christmas Drive. send
Winners ol Student [(alt le pricswere Toy Bring or
not drive lesser for this alter three months visit with : Tori Jersey I Girl's Bike; donations to NCO Club, Route 1, Box "Basic Christianity and Living the Life of Grace"may

|privilege' the community is proud of his daughter, Barbara Sluppey, in Morgan Esty Boy's Bike; $5 Gift 465, Camp Blanding, Starke, FL
:Mr Gregory." Roselle Park, N.J. Mrs. Sluppey arrived Certificates from the Florida Na- :320919703. For further information be just what you're looking for. Why not join us:
Friday to spend some time tional B.lnkH'nt to Nikki Baker, contact Patti Hanks at the NCO Club
Visitors... with her lather Melody Barr, Morgan Esty and (CJ04)) 5.M-3319.: : : Tuesday, November 11

:Mrs. Zelda Wittenauer, of Ken- Good Hiders. Brian Archer.In Help us bring peace of mind and 7:30: p.m. at St. !Mark's Episcopal Church
lucky, !spent three weeks recently the Adult Rat I fie ut the Carnival, goodwill to our area!!II I
u Itb) her aunt, Mrs. Zelda Baun. Connie Muse won prizes Saturdayat among those winning prizes were: Please call il you need us to pick For further information call 964-6126 ,:
They! enjoyed visiting, shopping and the Lake Area 1I0rsemen'sAssociation Wendell Ford $100; Margaret up your donut ion. .
competition held in _._ #s. ffl$
!sight-seeing together. Crawford case ol Motor Oil; Paul u u m
Mr. and !Mrs. Robert Wood of Melrose. She won High Point in the Meng Cooler; Debbie Donnerstag
Raleigh, .N.C. spent from Mon. to Western Division with her Quarter Lifetime Membership and four free
Fri: of last week with her brother Horse, Diamond Dealer. movies Iron the Love a Lot. Video :t
and sister-in-law. Bill and Jewel Connie's son, Brad, who is lour Movie StoreSeventh .
Young. years old, came out in first place MMt 'EO syrf 0'
with "Frostie" in the Lead Line. Grade Car Wash.., THE NEW .

Halloween[ Party... Judy Spell, Connie's mother, won On Sat., Nov. 15, the 7th Grade htYltrue }/f Pub A. =
The Randy Scoggins enterainedwith 2nd, third and 4ih prizes: in riding; so Class will sponsor a Car Wash at the y .AREA SENIOR
it was a rewarding day lor that fami '+ SERVICE CENTER ,
Halloween State Bank
a Party Friday night Community parking ,
ut their home Ralatives, friends and ly. Washing will (begin at1 a.m. at a "" ." .
neighnors enjoyed the evening with Hampton Klem. School price of $2 per car and $1:I per truck. L'
lelreshrnents, including a skeleton Proceeds will be low cake iced in black. Entertainment Successful Carnival... Disney World trip. } :_;, '' APRIL i9 1

I Community News _

Kli/.i both Walker New Bethel Baptist beginning Mon- Nov 28, at the gymn at 7:30: p.m. For
!J6'-6tillJ: day, Nov 10, at 6 p.m. more inlormation, contact Daisey
Dr. Ganvlti will conduct the Williams at !964-69HO, Elaine Lee Sign Marks Spot...

Church Anniversary... workshop with the revival carting' !4-8486( Carolyn Simmons 964-4658, Erecting the sign near the three lots on right) Mayor Bill Beam Ruby Coffland.
The congregation and pastor of the at 7:30: p.m.Speaking. or Elizabeth Walker J 4-he 3.Greater Commercial Circle where the new Sr. Earl Chapin Mildred Payton, Commis.
New Bethel Baptist Church invite at the revival ill be Dr.lIerll'Y Citizen: Center will be located are (left to stoner James Jett and Commissioner
J. Lyons, president of the Allen Chapel
to help celebrate their Wayne Spivey.
General State Baptist Convention.NAACP. A.M.K. Church
church & pastor's anniversary.The
celebration is set to start There will be a Church conferenceheld
and ... today, Thursday, Nov. 6, at 7:30
Thursday at 7:30: p.m. Friday
Saturday night also with the conclusion The Bradford County Chapter of p.m. to IJ1do'! plans Inr the new conference LOSING SLEEP OVER YOUR SAVINGS?
Sunday, Nov. 9. Sunday schoolis the NAACP will i is set to meet Tuesday year.
at 10:00: a m., morning service at November 11, 19118! at 8 p.m. at All members are asked to be pre .
11 a.m. and an afternoon service at 3 the Annex of Allen Chapel A.M E. sent.
Church. All interested citizens and
p.m.The church is located on the cor- members cire invited to attend. Keystone '

ner of Florida and Keller Streets in Woman's Club Nov. .

Starke. Talent Show.., Meeting, PlannedThe State I.

Workshop Revival... There will be a Talent Show sponsor..d Woman's Club ol Starke is

A workshop revival is planned for by The Concerned Citizens on planning its regular monthly luncheon Bank.
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+-. Bradford Middle School Student's Page


A Facilitators host first dance at middle schoolThe

first dance of the year was held September 26. The facilitators, a elementary students were not allowed to attend. The students from BMSreally
group of students trained to help other students,sponsored the dance.The enjoyed having a dance just for them. The facilitators made about
money raised by this group will go to the special education classes for
F S Sd St physical education equipment. $500.During the year the facilitators do many different things to promote
d Last year the facilitators raised $400 and presented a check to the school spirit. It's a great bunch of kids.
+ special education department. They plan to build an all-purpose court for The next dance will be November 1 and everyone must dress up in
r kr w t't their students. The dance was a lot of fun and this was the first year that costume.

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18 BMS students straight A' I

.. '.1' a'.t: r pwwmmmKtFt '-'
Eighteen of some 850 students 8th Grade: Danielle Smith, daughter of Mr. Michael McKinney, son of Assistant -
earned straight-A's for the first six- Kevin Boone, son of Les Boone of and Mrs Dan Smith of Stark Superintendent of Schools and
Pictured are the Bradford Middle School students who received all A's weeks grading period at Bradford Starke. David Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Dewey McKinney of Starke.
during the first six weeks of school. Congratulations for an outstanding Middle School which ended Oct. 6. Brian Canova son of Mr. and Mrs.David Smith of Starke. Rebecca Phillips, daughter of
achievement.First Another 103 students earned all David Canova. Michael Phillips of Starke.
.{ row: (left to right) Andy Smith, Danika Richardson, Becky A's and B's for places on the A-B Sharea Myers, daughter of Mr.7th Grade: Jane Stanwix.Hay, daughter of
Phillips, Janna Thornton, Holly Hatcher, Jennifer Glisson. honor roll. and Mrs. Billy Sanford of Starke. Janice Davie, daughter of Richard Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stanwix-Hay of
Middle row: Angel Nichols, Sharea Myers, Sheena Burgess, Jane The straight-A students are, by Danika Richardson, daughter of Davie of Starke. Hampton Oaks.
I Stanwix-llay; Daniells Smith, Jason Canova. grads' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Richardson of Deana Holiday, daughter of Mr. Brenda Williams, daughter of Mr.
Standing: Emily Bradford, Janice Davie, Brenda Williams, Deanna Starke. and Mrs. George: Holiday of Starke. and Mrs. Charles R. Williams of
Holiday Kevin .Boone, Brian Canova, Michael McKinney. otarke

CM n 6th Grade:

w Emily Bradford, daughter of Mr.
1 ,; : and Mrs. Tim Bradford of Melrose.
WT''h 10.:.. Shena Burgess, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs.John W. Burgess of Starke.
Jason Canova,son of Mr and Mrs.
David Canova of Kmgsley Lake.
dwT. Jennifer Glisson, daughter of Mr.
N C" and Mrs James Glisson of Starke.
.i 1m ]Holly Hatcher, daughter of Mrs.
4 *s rr t / itiI Buddy Revels of Starke and Harry
t Hatcher of Starke.
Janna Thornton, daughter of Mr.
iI +, ? *,s. and Mrs. Donald Thornton of
Kingsley Lake.I3 .

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I make
first six \\eeks of school Dr. John survey.
:Maelld., Principal of Bradford !Middle School, visited The students enjoyed having the opportunity to meet I
each classroom, introduced himself and met studentson their new principal on a more personal basis. ys y- ) .
a one-to-one basis. Pictured with Cr. Mauella is Mr. Frank Abdulla's ,
j Ii. !\Iazzella discussed\ the school rules, answeredthe first period science class. BMSABHonor

student' questions and distributed nn interest i'941t1' ,

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-- Roll8th

Students attend pep rally for stateOn : assessment testa (L to It Karen Coleman, Sherea Myers, Brad Hamilton, Becky' Phillips)
Grade: Nicole Adams,
October 5 a pep rally was held by Max Headroom, which was Mr. lot ol tun, ask any 8th grader about Ashley Alday, Knsty Ball, Chris
for the 8th grade students to get Welge, and the kids loved it. We had the skit, they loved it. Student Council officers selectedElections Barfield, Christina Bath, Michael
them hyped up about doing well on some super cheerleaders and the 8th After the skit we passed out pop- Becker, Shanae Blom, Missy Bosier,
the test. Special guest speaker was graders were really\ excited. At the sides for the entire class and the Wyntriette Chandler, Karen Coleman -
Jim Duncan, Superintendent of end ol the pep rally the faculty put lunchroom provided breakfast each for student council officers were held September 26. Robert Coure, Cynthia AprilDully Cox
Schools. Mr Duncan always does a on a skit entitled "Top SAT", this morning for the 8th graders. We feel The students elected were: Brad Hamilton president; Karen Coleman Josh Crawford, Amber Darr,
great job.There was from the movie "Top Gun". If that this class did very well and we -vice.president; Sharea Myers secretary; Becky Phillips treasurer Holly Mersey,Shannon Hicks,
Houlker Jason Howard
was a special appearance you weren't there you really missed December.will soon find out the results in Homeroom Representatives were selected on September 21!) and the Wendy Heather Hulette, Larry Hurst,

first meeting was held October 9. Latara Jackson, Amy Jones, Sharon
I The Student Council will have a float in the Homecoming Parade this Josey, Jennifer Kight, Tiffany King,
.-- .--.... -t year and will also have a cake walk at the festival after the parade at Shannon McChesney, Adam
it BUS The Student Council has planned for several exciting activities during Morgan, Sixa Mosley, Christine Naz-
the year. It appears that this student council will really be a great one. worth, Deborah Nichols, Rebecca
The sign that last year's student council left the school is ready to be put Nugent, Alpesh Patel,John Robbins,
j up Parents and students, keep an eye out for our new school sign. You Marla Scott, James Smith, Kevin
\YH) see,it as you turn into the school. Snow, Lori Starling,Carla Stephens,
Tushina Vaniant: Monika Williams

flL 7th Grade: Stephanie Agin,
Beta dub Kenya Atkins, Josh Bula, Tracy
z 1nIziifc:1' Cox, Phillip Crawford, Shannon
Elliott, Sophia Fanton, Brian Hall,
Kevin Hamilton, Andrea Hewett,
I Eddie Lewis, Amanda Loper, Mat
OfficersSelected thew Martin, Christa Modesitt, Emi-
I ly Nugent, Leigh Ann Odom,
Richard Parrish, Pam Patterson,
I ; ; Jennifer Richardson, Kristen Sapp,
., i Chris Snow, Chris Sova, Kelly
Y r Stewart, Brenda Sweat, April
I I\ Taylor, Brad Taylor, Chris Thompson -
1 Dax Urrutia, Brooke Watson,
I ; Richard Wolf.
Jr. Beta Club OfficersThe
Jr. Beta Club of BMS elected 6th Grade: Cynthia Agin,
officers for the 1986-87 school i ; Angela Baldree, Jason Chadwick,
i year .
October 14. Rene Daugherty,Tara Dixon, Alicia
j1'' Edwards Jonathan Tara
The club has a lot of events C
k Graudon, Aimee Gnffis, Joshua
scheduled for the school
Jeff Johns, Vincent
New Jr. Beta Club members 4 Gauger
i i',' year Johnson, Sean Jones, Amy King,
will be inducted into the club at a
(Heather Lawson, Byron Lee,
ceremony in December. Many of our ( (
Shawna Mansfield Michelle
members are already working on + $ 4 l McKay, Marie McKinney, Stephen
their 'i
II I doing community volunteer service work points in their by McLeod, Latanya Mitchell, Stephen
Murphy, Jonathon Pelham, John
__ church, community and school. Ripplinger, Michael Rowell,
The Jr. Beta Club is sponsored by .. _.... 4 ,_ ... ..
Tile elected officers pictured here are Josh Crawford, president; Jill Joan McKinney, Carole Hardin and Item ti I .n. tPiclure&in r. (Heather Safer, Vera Smith, Tammy
Williams, vice-president; Damka Richardson, Secretary; Holly lIersey, Frank Abdulla. Taylor, Calvin Walker, Bobbie
Westcott, Juantaria Williams, Mat
I. Treasurer.Open --.-. ., the BMS: Media Center are Marlene Blown, BMS loading thew Williams
r'r' resource teacher Dr. Wendy Cheyney, Professor at Fit and School
1 Superintendent Jim Duncan.

: House

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School The Open annual House Bradford,held the eveningOf Middle l 7C.w. Brain isTopic for LecturerWhen

October 4, found! a huge!: group oft' 1
confused and cheerful parents attempting 1.
to visit classrooms. speaking to a goup of Bradford teachers October 10, Dr. Wendy .l'
,t' Parents followed their child's Cheyney said that our brain dominance affects how we learn and how we Venetian blinds were not
schedule, talked with each teacher behave. She stressed the importance of keeping in mind the student invented first by the Venetians -
and received a syllabus for each brain dominance when teaching. Dr. Cheyney is a professor at Florida International historians say but
iI! Class ... t University and highly regarded in her field of Cerebral by the Japanese.
p The large turnout was appreciatedby ; Preference.
i :'by Dr. John Mazzella\ and his staff. + .:.tt d.:

The ice cream treat for having the - . -.--
-- J8X8 QlX8 &exuu: :: 3 38DWCt-BX3aaCICMXI.: .....
most parents in attendance was won iQ1tX8I: I IX3I21C:8XHXJ/ :
Evelyn Maycumber, BIIS
reading resource teacher and School
jby Mrs. Dyal and Mrs. Ripplinger'shomerooms. Superintendent Jim Duncan discuss Cerebral Preference with Dr.Wendy
Cheyney from FIU after her presentation at the BMS on October 10, 1986ft BROCHURES PAMPHLETS



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selected: Jason Canova, sixth Ask for Kim
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I RENEW Program of St. Edwards Meets to Set' Goals for Coming. Season I IOn


Sunday, Nov 2, a covered dish is the Coordinator of the St. Father Joseph Flnlay, Pastor, arrangements. the food table held a the Gainesville Deanery area to be' non-denominational
dinner was held in the parish hall. Augustine Diocesan RENEW Program welcomed parishioners, former yellow potted chrysanthemumplant of the CathoI'C' volunteer program) '
This dinner was sponsored by the StKdward parishioners and friends. He thanked Chlr'itlf Offices conducted the Mr. Spillane announced that the
; 's RENEW Core Team and Father Larkin for his visit and Dr. Marchese was in charge of arrangements meeting. He was assisted by LeHane first Respite Training Session wouldbe
Small Group Leaders with the help Father Larkin explained the goalsof speech for the event Doty, of the D.A.R.E, Program in held on Jan. 15 at Holy Faith
or the Altar Society.Dr. the present theme of Season V of Gainesville (Dedicated Alternative parish hall. A pre-oiganizaitonal
the Program which Is entitled The parish hall was decoratedwith Resources for the Elderly Inc). meeting was set, for Dec. 1 in the
William Marchese, Coor- Evangelization. He emphasized the balloons, welcoming banners, Respite Meeting... same locality.
dinator for the St. Edward's Team importance of sharing the Faith, a and banners used throughout the two Holy Faith Parish in Gainesville The Respite Program is being Attending the meeting from St.
welcomed those attending. He introduced gift from God as any other wor- year season of RENEW in the was the place of meeting Monday organized for the purpose of Edward's Parish were Betty Dazlu-
the guest speaker, Father thwhile gift of Good News would Church Tables were centered with Nov. 3, for the purpose of, assisting those in charge of the care ski, Kay Richards and Dolores
Michael Larkm of Jacksonville who wish to be shared arrangements of autumn silk floral establishing a Respite Program in of homebound persons. It is intended Meng

Church News _

St. Mark's To Offer dealt with include prayer, the church at 964-4486 for tickets on questions, then our class in "Basic Student Ministry, under the direc-
Course sacraments, Scripture and Mt. Calvary Schedules Saturday from 9am.noon.. Come Christianity and Living the Life of tion of Otto Spangler, will put on
on Christianity fellowship as aids in overcoming the Annual Banquet Nov. 8 and have a great timel! Grace"' may be just what you're skits. Dinner will begin at 6 p.,m.
St Mark's Episcopal Church, obstacles to a life of grace and as looking for. Why not join us Tues- Sunday, Nov. ,16, Has been nameda
Starke, will hold a class In "Basic means of being sustained in our Rev. Howard, pastor of Allen St. Mark's Presents day, November 11, 7:30: p.m. in the High Attendance Sunday with all
Christianity and Living the Life of faith. Consideration will also be Chapel A.M. Church is set to be the Class church. members being encouraged to at-
Grace" beginning Tuesday, Nov 11. given to the Church as the Body of guest speaker at the Mt Calvary An- For further information call tend.
The course is open to all who wish to Christ making Him present to the nual Banquet Nov. 8. What's it all about? 964-6126.
inquire about the Christian faith world. The banquet will begin with dinnerat "What is the Christian Faith all Brooker Baptist
There will be six sessions, each While these sessions will serve as 6:30: pm and the program will about, anyway?" New River Baptist Sets Revival
beginning! at 7:30: p.m. on Tuesday preparation for baptism or confir- start at 7:t5 p.m, "Why do I need the church? I'm as
evenings mation for some, no commitment to Musical solo's will be performed good as my neighbor, and he goes Sets Cook-Out, Brooker Baptist Church an-
The first session will present an this is implied by attendance. This is along with group singing. every week." Volleyball GameThe nounces a planned revival
outline of the Good News of God in truly an "inquirer's class", a class Toastmaster for the (entertainmentwill "I used to go to church, but all November 20-23 with evange:ist
Christ, while succcediig sessions for those wishing to inquire about be Mr. Carl Haile. Attire is they did was make me feel guilty. New River Baptist Church has Rev, Gary Bement.
will consider the obstacles and the the Christian faith. All are welcome, "come as you are" Just be there. Isn t Christianity supposed to be a set a cook-out and volleyball game There will be special music each
joys ol living life in fellowship with to attend. For further information, Tickets will be on sale until Saturday joyful religion?" for Saturday, Nov 15, beginning at 5 night in addition to good preaching..
Christ and Ills Church Topics to be contact St Mark's at !%4.6126. noon and are $6. You may call If you've ever asked any of these pm.The The revival runs Thursday.
University of Florida Baptist through Sunday evenings.

bour, Stacie Bentley, Gia Origgs,

I Brooker News I Dolphin NewsA Jame Rickey Grover Jackson, ,Bridgett Brian Redding Holder,, THE OLDE TRUNK 1IJlCv.

Dardle Bolin, Jamie Chamberlain, 'CE ;
Darrell Diggs, Greg Johnson .,.tS Antique & Gift Shop M c'QOCF

lSue IHII.IIIFire I1.it:isPhone iy,Receiving a list of questions every B Honor Roll... Class News... 310 E, Call Street Downtown Starke NE

Chief Tony Stalnaker of the two weeks to use as a guide line, the Shane Grill in, Sheila Harvey,
Brookor Volunteer Fire! Dept said it students are encouraged to study Peter Juchmewicv: Letccia Alson, by Wendy Cowie & Antique & Antique Reproduction
exceeded our expectations as the and discuss all questions with their Raymond Durban Laura Goodlier: Molina Smith ROCking Chairs
turkey shoot came to a close at 5 parents before writing an essay. At Denise H.mkrison, Ruth Anne Harris Mrs McClelan's 5th grade class is A Great Christmas Gift
p.m. last Satui'day. the end of two weeks all papers are Audrey Massey, Mark Scott,Joy very busy on their Science projects. Christmas Shop Now Open Gifts
A steady stream of hunters began collected and judged by a panel of Smith, Christina Grover, Brad Their class planted beans but only
arriving at 9 a.m. and continued teachers. The winning essay with a Hunter, Anguan Austin, Bradley one grew. Amy Blom's plant was the OPEN Monday-Saturday 10-5 Sunday 2-5
throughout the day. Business picture of the student will appear in Ball, Nick Bradley, Taisir EI- only one that grew. 964-8012
became slow in the middle of the the Union County Tines. PrincipalBill Soucssi, Misti Padgett, Tracy> The students that made a 100 on
afternoon, picking up us the tourna- McRae said this will help to spot Pievalt, Carla Sheering, Tonya their Southern States test were
ment fishermen returned from weak points in the student study program Tatum, Stephanie Traylor, Erin. Jamie Lynn Madison, Audrey
Orange Lake The cooks tent was active and will also give the teacheran Wilkinson, James Wilkinson, Massey, Mark Scott, Joy Smith,
throughout the day selling hot insight into the area where help is Michael Hardee, Dairell Harvey, Adrian Baker, Andrea Crawford, Improve Your Lot In Life !
dogs, hamburgers, soft drinks and needed to round out the education of J'Amil Houston, Michael Richardson Danielle Davis, Raymond Durban
miniature pectin pies. each student Chris Smith, Sonia Bolmaiev, Joe Griffis, Micheal Wilkerson, ,"r'J"r....:':
The entire Vne Department and Bonnie Cowie, Kiislma Johns, Jen- Lauran Goodner, Denise Hankerson, .
their wives worked very hard to An apologyIn niler Stalling, Pamela Starling! Ter- Clara Jenkins, Mark King, Scott ''
make this a successful day and are the pre-school children Halloween 1.1 nee Strong, Joshua Tillman, Konkel, Cindy Wilkes and Chris Wised .7,.
to be complimented for their contest the winner was Sarah Bennett John Bradley, They are also working on the
outstanding work. The BVF department Krystyn Floys as the prettiest Christina Davis, Kym Perdue, Na- weather reports from different
wishes to express its gratitude dressed as an exercise girl, not jah Todd, Matthew Wood, Michelle cities.
to the following for their contributions Christian Hodge as reported We Konkel, lectisha Riser, Veronica Miss Green's, 5th grade class is
of turkeys: Spires Grocery, regret this error. (Duinn) Smith l Hollie! Tew, Yvonne studying about Pilgrims and
Panish Grocery and Clarks Meats, Wilson, Uiandie Bauick, Leigh Ann Jamestown. They are also learningthe
all of Lake Butler. Greens Grocery, irillm; James Kilby, Salomca states and capitals.
Ulan Polk Cabinet Shop, Fletcher Winning essay... McNeal Shauneria McQueen, John When students finish their work
Garage, Mica Designs, Hunter Hi, my name is Jennifer Magyari Filcher. Dale Arnnold, Misty they go to centers. There is an art / Nan.NN .
Enterprises, Phil Gainey, Councilmen My parents are Brenda and Freddie Ciawloid Dci'iia Parker, Anna Ran- center, science center, reading NNM "
C.J. Stalnaker Roy Carroll!, Magyari\. I live down the road from jl>al'. Glenda Rosier, Michele Bar center and social studies center. JX
A.B. Adams, Cad Edwards, Sue the school I've lived there four
Davis, Town Clerk Linda Robinson, - -- - -
years. I've been attending Brooker .
Town Marshal Tommy Raulerson, Elementary School for four years. 111-
all of Brooker; Richard Maybnn of My thoughts and reaction of the first PICTURE TUBE : 1 wrMIM
Flowers Bakery for donations of the computer at Brooker Elem was thatit sl\'Jt SA 1,1111Nw.
buns and lolls, last but far from was going to be a lot of fun. I think 'I $
least Ralph flaxen of Lake Butler the new computer room is great. I ;RESTORATION *4I r
KlAll ,
Farm Center \for the use of a site on feel that the equipment will help us I I'I r. L; : II HIM "-

his property (here in Brooker) to at Brooker because it teaches us I Take your lot and turn it into a
hold the shoot I've 9 9 9 5
what we don't know. Yes, $ ..
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thought of a future career and the II
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attend the event. Campbell Electronics SUSAN FAULKNER,GUI,CUB
Springs' Mrs Oleeta Hardenbrook of ; Pn.
Bazaar Set Nov. 15 Staike The next catered annual the food.get-together is I 132 E. Call Street Downtown Starke After Office Hour. 904-964-WW 9O4-964-4048
Once again the women of the Wor- tentatively planned for Saturday, I OPEN 10 a.m. 7 p.m. Business 964-4045 I II lJl W IAnvvtllt. SL .siARKr' .fl )10'11 l.J!
thington Springs Civic Club have November 7, 1987.Workshop 964-4536 11/1/1
Residence |
been busy getting their handmade Monday Saturday Broker Participation Welcome General Contractor 0COI4276
items ready for their annual fall 1- t.e a/s m s. -
bazaar which will be held Saturday, -
Nov. 15, from Dam. to 4 p.m. at the Set ,
Worthington Springs Community For 4-H OfficersA
Center on State Road 121 South.
A luncheon will be served con- workshop for 4-II club officers is 1t 1
sisting of soup, chili, sandwiches and set Monday, Nov. 10, at 7:30: p.m. at 1 I
drinks. the Agriculture Center according to -' -
Drawings for door prizes will be Rod Buchele, the new County 4-H t 1
held each hour. These members and Coordinator
their capable hands have worked The workshop, for all 4-H officers, d1
very hard to make this a great will focus on each officer's respon _
bazaar. sibilities and include "hands on"
practice carrying out their duties 0 'I
Prison Retirees "The 4.H club meeting is the train- _
ing ground for future citizens", said
Enjoy Get-together Buchele, who expects this workshopwill
Retirees from the local area of the improve the club experience for d
Division of Corrections held their club members as well as club officers *
15th Annual Get-together Saturday, The agenda will include sessions Iii ,
November i, at the Officer's Training on Officer General Responsibilities I
building at Union Correctional Duties of each Office, $ilS< $.a a- a a a 1'.x_ ,

; Institution. Parlimentary Procedure and a ftijyifcyKKe0i'f4e __: __ Y"_ 1 a I
Practice Club Meeting.Organizational tucW t
A group of 92 people enjoyed the 1 : a 1 1 iOWflfle x
festivities. Jim & Helen Bridges of leaders, project
Thoma:>ville, Alabama traveled the leaders and parents are also invitedto $. jr6 .kfc s. .1- a "
farthoicst, a distance of 450 miles, toSchool the workshop, Buchele says. : '

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10-Nov. 14 Wednesday Tuna fish uindwlch, macaroni 4 Snack Plus Nugget Dinner 3 PC. Dinner
Bradford Elem. & Middle School cheese cabbage slaw, fruit cup cockle milk 9 PC. Family Meal
Thursday Salisbury steak mashed potatoes & ,
Monday, Tuna FI.h Sandwich macaroni & gravy, turnip greens yellow cake chocolate 6 Kentucky Nuggets
theme green beans, fruit cup, milk. icing hot rolls, milk. S $1.69 ; $8.69
Tuesday: Hamburger on bun, lettuce, tomato A Friday: Hot dog on bun baked beans, mixed ; $ 2 .19
pickle mixed vegetables applesauce peanut vegetables, pineapple upside down cake, milk. Get 3 pieces olhe( Colonel's Original 1 t i
butter cookie, biscuits, milk t Get 9 pieces ot the Colonel's Li
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halve. cinnamon roll, mIlk. i or Extra Crispy11 Gel 6 Kentucky Nuggets mashed potato I mashed potatoes}pd gravy cole slaw Recipe' or Extra Cnspy'M Chicken
French fries,milkshake,
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Thursday: FIg"in a blanket, baked racheeseburgers., gravy s and 1 biscuit for''only $2 95 with this 'large mashed potatoes, I large gravy
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slaw, peaches tossed milk.Fridly .salad, apple crisp, hot Tuetdayl Cheeseburgers, pizza Trench fries, s a potatoes gravy L, only $2.19 Coupon may not be used s coupon. Coupon good oniy lor combma, large salad and 4 Buttermilk 81scUlis for
: Lasagna milkshakes orange JUIce. and 1 biscuit for only $t69 with this other otters, Limit 4
tulle. milk We 'Hurt! Middle School students have a choice orange June trench fries coupon Coupon good only tor combnacoupon., j Customer pays all applicable used with any other special oilers iBnit t good only tor combination white/dark ss
I of a hot lunch or a salad bar. Thursday: Corndogs,french fries orange Juice, lion white/dark orders ann may not be t sales lax 4 per coupon Customer pays ,alii j orders and may not be used with any j

Bradford High School pizza Friday, milkshakes! French fries, cheeseburgers, pizza 1 used with any other special oilers Limit 1 1 applicable sales tax _* t other special otters Limit one per g
Monday: Beef.a.ronl. cheese aUx, green beam, milkshakes, corndogs 4 per coupon Customer Days all coupon Customer pays all applicable i
apple crisp hot rolls milk Each students have a choice of a hot lunch I sales laICCoupon I Is
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Patel, DeWhitt Betterson, Mandy Sellers, Shawn Warren, parris Wainwright Emily Hartley, Lindsay t Gann, Karla Harper, Pergma Tyson. JeffChitty
Angela Griffis, M'lissa1clpod:
MiMli-nt iii'l Six Weeks: Burton. Williams, Celena DeSue, Nikki Woodfin, Rhiannon Bott, Jason Chris Cummings, Donald
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Haley/ (;io/u; Erin Luke, Hope Pater- First Grade A's... Hampton, Aaron Larsen, James Temika Berry, Renee Clemons, Cason, Linda Dixon, Penny Gimlet,
son, Catherine Vickery. Smith, Angel llunsingcr, Kimberly Honor Roll... Kenneth Wainwright, Yemeako Carey Sluchak, Malena Roberts
VaShawn Kelli Williams Fountain,Kimberly Jamie
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Super Citizen <>l' sixVrtkn: Kim Michaels, Chris Kinney, Padgett Faulkner, Emily Matthew King,, Ryan Matt Chris Chandler, Chris Lariscy, Gotts, Carrie Meng, Christine Grade Five A's
Olslie Jolts, Vanessa Bennett, Crystal Melvin, QueChanna Ford, Pusaterl, Sekennia Bell, Tiffany Rusty McClenaghan, Greg Moss, Newsome: Christina Cowart,
Kclli Sapp, Jessica BaUlree, Omar Stacy Eaton, Adrienne Padgett, Ratliff, Missy Taylor, Monica Jason Scott, Alex Cummings, Gina Christie Dixon, Nicole! Harley, Jill: Candice Taylor, Dana Newsome,
Crew Rhoshaunda Norman,Anne Lemr, Annette Thornton Smita Patel, Candice Norman,Kelly
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Heather Jarvis, Casey Moore, Trey Brad Ing, Erica Johns, Jessica Williamson Wilkes, Heather Williams. Thornton, Jonathan Smith, Crystal
Bradley, Chapman, Jonathan
Most Ross, Renae Morgan, Carrie Matthew Rittman, Kevin Greer, Estella Denton, Jeffery
Impiovvil of Six Works
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Green, Robert Honor Roll... Evans, David Stegall, Amy Johns,
Aaron Woodlin Heidi Jones, Gar- Thompson, Michael Porohia/.M, Andy Norman, Annie Brewer, Cardella Hewett, West Milner,
rett Barber, Thomas Ryan, Marvin Brown, Brandi!Jones, Chris liar- DeSue, Angel Heiken, Jaimee David Thomas, Chris Tomlinson, Anthony L. Baldwin, Jessica R. Wendy Thornton.
Davis, Kurlicia Young. ding Vicki, Michael Kirkland, Dipti Patel, Hughes, Tina Johnson\ Lanecia Cheri Jana Bennett Hilliard, Andrana Hamm, Atwood, Lakeisha 1... Austin, Oliviah Honor Roll...
DeSue Rhonda
Williams. Williams, A.
Campbell, Heather Hill, Jamie
Trrrir Kid! of Six Weeks Carrus Highland, Jennifer Jones, Israel, Casey Jackson, Lisa Johns, Dawn Ferguson, Labherio Ford,
Tameaka Velasquez: James Honor Roll... Second Grade A's Krystal Mobley, Gretchen Wilkin- Jane Johns, Christina: Paulk, Lynn Jeremy Hildebrand, Hetal Patal,
Davis, John Daniel, Melissa Michael Musgrove, Vanessa Nor son, Jerry Manning, Carl Tyson, Wlech, Bobby Williams, Danny Ronnie Reagan, Michael Rodriquez,
Pusateri, Tommy Covington, man, Angela Phillips, Michael Sut- James Hankerson, Kevin Parker, Bobbi Jo Pike, Amanda Baker, Billy Nugent, Kelly Green, Amanda Lee, Candy Sluchak, Penny Stivers, Jennifer
Kramer Bass, Jolancla lames Shital ton, Mechelle Fowler, John Allen, Shannon Woods, Amanda Welch, Maust, Ashely Guthrie, Shaun Lisa Bailey, Donald Carter, Chris Sullivan, Stephen Barber,
Rashceta Chandler,Angela Milliard Burgin, Julie
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Karrl Thomas, Jason O'Hara, April Arroyave, Darrin Young, Teral1atlyasic
LaTonya Harden, Tent Laney, An- Angel Mobley, Thomas
1 The Dolphin News nice Williams, Amanda Manning. Hill, Quincey Graham, Kenneth
Alphonso Robinson, Miriam
Fourth Grade A's DeSue, Rashaunda Hendrieth,
Projects may be brought to school In Miss Hobbs class eleven Mrs. Simpson went to school at Falina Yott, Joe Felton Jr., Mat
Student/Faculty starting Wednesday, Nov. 21 There students arc working on a science Cumberland College in Robbie Bassett, Erin Stansell, thew Patrick, Alyson Dugdale, Sally
Football Game... will be group projects done in the project. They are also working on Williamsburg, Kentucky. Julie Walker, Patrick Harding, Coins, Marcia Amy Par-
classrooms at school. Students may cursive writing and multiplication Cassandra Jarvis, Erin Rodgers, rish, Jennifer Shad, by Tnlslr El-Souesi I bring one project that he or she has tables All A's... Victoria Starr Christie Jones. Spooner Toika Strong
The Student/Faculty football done at home. This is not a requirement
game took place in the afternoon Mrs. Casey Crews, Tina Eunice, Matthew - -_ _n
on but children will be given extra Simpson... - -
October 17, 1916.Tht'I'e \ credit in science or health for a Grillis, Melanie Osteen, Veronica I
were twelve teachers play. pro- b.v U'omlv Punic\ William, Brandy Ross, Brandyn I WATERS '
ing in the game. The students were ject.The Mrs. Simpson is a 6th and 7th Padgett, Esther Massey, Victoria C1J
divided into three teams with nine Third Grade... grade sci.'nce'acher\ and a 6th Vcrunac Bana Williams, Marla i GROCERY'P I'
students on each team. grade language and spelling Dickens, Brooke Gaskins, Misti
The students won the game. The by Cia score was 13.12 The third grade teachers at hall class ..Jeremy Pilcher Jaime Hillman, Hwy 301 Lawley 1
Unfortunately, Mr. Brown, one of Lawtey Elementary are Mrs. Aaron Mrs. Simpson has been teaching Dominic Barber, Samantha Cowart,
the I acuity personnel that played in and Miss Hobbs. fur four years. She really enjoys Leighton Lee, Cleveland McQueen, MEAT SPECIALS 1
the game, hurt his shoulder. Both classes are studying the Heat teaching at Lawley Elementary.The Mikel Gaskins, Harndelle Haile, I Sunnyland Smoked (Sliced Free)
Also, a group of girls were doing and Temperature Unit in their children, teachers, principal, Tory Hunter, Raye Padgett, Wendy
some cheers for the teams. The Science books. The students are janitors everybody here at Lawtey Cowie, Theresa Juchniewicz, i Bacon. . . . slab . . .lb.i 1.49 I
cheerleaders were: Taisir El- really working hard on their science is ternttc. She also enjoys being a Rochelle Prevatt, Shannon Edwards
Souessi, Gretchen Crews, Wendy projects for the Science Fair. Tornado fan. Joni Griflis, Dana Wilkison. J Round Steak lo.$2.39
Cowie, Karla Felton, Theresa Twelve students in Mrs. Aaron'sclass Mrs. Simpson's husband is a P.E. 1
Jui-hmewicz, Carla Sheering, Misti have already started workingon teacher at the Bradford Middle When one has much to put into Sunnyland 12 oz. pkg. $ .

Padgett, Stephanie Traylor and Wilkerson their science projects. Amanda School He is also a J.U. defensive them,a day has a hundred pockets." Hot Dogs. . . . . . . pkg. 1.19
has finished football
Brand: Ward.Energy already hersci..n'e coach and J.U. basketball Friedrich Nietzsche Cooked
project a terrarium- roach at the Bradford Mifh School., I

Carnival... J Ham . . . . . . . . lb2.79 |
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students Wednesday at Lawtey, Oflober Elementary 22, the I Pork Chops . . . . . ,I. $1.79 J

went on a field trip to the B.H.S WELCOME HOME I
auditorium to see a play called The SPECIAL I
Energy Carnival It was performedby t0Hospitality I 40,Ib. Sunshine Chunx I
the the Hippodrome Theatre for
Young Audiences. The cast was i Dog Food . . . . . plus tax 5.49 I
made up of seven people. There Week 5 IDS. Dixie Lily 5 Ibs. Dixie Lily I
were five actors, a stage manager,
and a technician The Energy Car November 2nd 8thA I Flour Grits I
nival was all about the kinds of
energy and how we can conserve it. $1.05 $1.49
In the play, there were four kinds of 1 Dixie I

energy Solor. battery, gas powered special time to heal hurts, share concerns, I Lily

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I Lawtey Elem. will have a Science Call or come by your local Catholic Pepsi . . . . . . plus. tax $ 1. 19 I
& Health Fair Monday, Nov. 24 from .
7 p.m. 8:30:: p.m, Parents& students Church for more information. RC 79 I
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Deed of February I, 1944, aforesaid. This change iu Uasfciticatioii' subject, that Is classified B.2 and described
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR ,. Commence where the East right of to a public hearing to be held on Tuesday below:
I Legal Notices < ,;* BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA 'woy'lln. of Slot Road No. S-325 Intersects November 25, 1986 at 7:00: p.m., In 234' X 216' on S. Walnut (less R W of
PROBATE DIVISIONFile South line of Northeast Quarterof the Council Room; of the Starke City Hallon Thompson St.) Parcel 2991-00000, In Section
Number 86-93-CP Northwest Quarter (NE 1/4 of NW Thompson Street In Starke, Florida. 28, Township 6 South Range 22
NOTICI OP SALT v. Division 1-3775 1/4)) and run South along East right of At this time all persons interested shall East, at Inter section of S. Walnut and S.
FOR NONPAYMENT Of CHRISTOPHER D. and IN RE: ESTATE OF way line of State Road 5.325 a distanceof b* heard for or against the proposal, as Thompson Sts.

STORAGE UNIT KNIPE hi* wife KNIPE, JUDYR. ETHEL R. YOUNG 420 feet for a point of belnnlng' specified In the Zoning Codes of Bradford The Stork. Board of Adjustment will
Notice ii h.r.by given pursuant to Deceased thence continue South along said right of County, conduct a public hearing at their regular
Florida Defendants.AMENDED NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION way 178 feet, thence East and L. M. Gaines, Director
Statutes 83,806 that on Nov. 8, run meeting held at 7:30: p.m., In the Council
1986, 10 a.m., a tale will b. h.ld at Bid NOTICE OF ACTIONTO The administration of the estate of parallel with said Quarter Section Line Bradford County Zoning Room of Starke City Hall Thompson
I Unit 37, Mini of America Storage, DEFENDANT: ETHEL R. YOUNG, deceased File 615 feet, thence run North 178 feet to 11/6 IIcha Street, Starke, Florida, on Thursday,
Melrose Number 86-93-CP Is pending In the Or. the Southeast corner of land owned
Flo., phone 4737683. This tale CHRISTOPHER D. KNIPE now November 20, 1986.
Involves property of the following ADDRESS UNKNOWNLast cult Court for Bradford County Florida by, John Farkas, thence run West 615 NOTICE At this time, all persons will be heard
tenant and what It believed to b. Known Address: 628 Plnewood Probate Division the address of which is feet to the Point of Beginning lyinG'and CHARLES C. CRIBBS has made application concerning this application as specifiedIn
tared. Drive, Stark. Florida 32091 North Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida being In Section 31, Township 7 South, to time Bradford County Zoning th. zoning codes 9f the city of Stark
Louis Poxdalskl AND ALL OTHERS WHO MAY BE CON. 32091 The names and addresses of the Rang 22 East and containing 2Vt acres, Board for reclassification of the property Dorrell O'Neal
P.0.80x8.1 CERNED: personal representative and the personal more or less, Less and Except: All existing described below from OR to ILW: One ((1)) Director, Starke Bd. of Adj.
Melrose, FL 32666 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED of an action representative's attorney ore set ( roads and right of way. Said lands acre located five miles South of Starke ll61tchgPUBLIC
Household Items forth below containing 68 acres, more or less, are West side of
Furniture to foreclose a the just across RR on Hwy 301 ...
mortgage on ----------- -------
A tale of the entire contents of unit following property In Bradford County Interested persons are required to located fn Bradford County Florida. South, Parcel 00950-00000, in Section 24,
will b. mad to th. highest bldd.r. If no Florida: file with this court, WITHIN THREE MON- LESS AND EXCEPT: Township 7 South Range 21 East for NOTICE
bidder, the sal. will be conducted THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS 'A parcel of land lying partly in the SE sawmill and wood working shop In CLUPas The City of Starke -Community
suant to rental agreement between pure tenant Lot 9, Block I, PINEHAVEN, accordingto NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate 1/4 of NW 1/4 and partly In the SW 1/4 related for agricultural highway Development Block Grant Housing' Pro
and landlord plat thereof In Plat Book 2, Page 65' and ((2)) any objection by an ,Interested of NE 1/4 of Section 31 Township 7 business.This gram will accept proof of contractor's

IO/302tLhgll/6 I public records of Bradford- County person on whom this notice was served South, Range 22 East Bradford County, change In classification Is subject certification (state license) and proof of
Florida; that challenges the validity of the will, Florida; said parcel being' more particularly to a public hearing to be held on Tuesday Insurance from contractors Interested In
has been filed against you and you are the qualifications of the personal described as follows: November 25, 1986 at 7.00: p.m., In working on the Cltys CDBG Housing'
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO required to serve a copy of your written representative,' venue, or jurisdiction of The Westerly 25 acres of the following the Council Room of the Starke City Hallon Rehabilitation Program. This Information
REGISTER defenses II any to It on SANDRA W. the court described parcel: The South Vt of the NE Thompson Street, In Starke, Florida. can be brought to the CDBG office,
FICTITIOUS NAME HARKINS of DAWSON, GALANT, SULIK 8 ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT 1/4 and that portion of the SE 1/4 of NW At this time all persons interested shall RJE School Pine. Street, Tuesday Fri
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida ELLIS, whose address Is 320 East Adams SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. 1/4 of Section 31, Township 7 South, be heard for or against the proposal, as day., 9 a.m. 2 p.m. or call Linda Day,
Statutes, notice Is hereby glv.n that the Street, Jacksonville, Florida 32202 on or Publication of this Notice has begunon Rang 22 East, Bradford County Florida specified In the Zoning Codes of Brad 964 8902, for additional 'Infurnotion.
undersigned, Rob.rt H. Munk, P.O. Box before November 21, 1986 and file the November 6, 1986. lying East of County Road 325 (formerly ford County. 11/68)2/4)
128, Brook.r, FL 32622, sole owner, doing original with the Clerk of this court Personal Representative: Slat Road S-325)), save and excepting L. M. Gaines Director ____'_n___. __. u____.______
business' under the firm name of either before service on Plaintiff's attorney HARRIET Y. YOUNG therefrom those parcels described In Bradford County Zoning NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR

KIDTECH, P.O. Box 128, Brook.r, FL or Immediately thereafter; otherwise 801 S. Water St. DEED BOOK 64, PAGE 395, DEED BOOK 11/6 1 tchg REZONING AND AMENPMENT
32622, Intends to register said fictitious a default will be entered againstyou Apt. 1304 68, PAGE 233. DEED BOOK 87, PAGE 97 OF THE LAND USE PLAN
name under the aforesaid statute. for the relief demanded In the Com Starke, Florida 32091 of the public records ot said County. Sold ----- -- -- -------- An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive

Dated this 16th day of October, A.D., plaint. Attorney for Personal Representative: 25 acres being bound on the East by a NOTICE Land Use Plan Element and
1986 In Bradford County WITNESS my hand and seal of this John H. Jones, EsquireOf line parallel with the Easterly boundaryof FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT STARKE Mop by Bradford County, Florida In accordance
10/164tpd11/6 court this 15th day of October, 1986. Counsel said Section 31. has made application to the Bradford with the I local Government

GILBERT S. BROWN DUDLEY P. HARDY, P.A. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR County Zoning Board for reclassificatlon Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as
----------------- of the described below from EA
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURTBY property provided for
P.O. Drawer 1030 BRADfORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Chapter 163 of the
: Beulah Moody Starke, Florida 32091 PROBATE DIVISION to OR: twenty five acres, Parcel Florida Statues
REGISTER Deputy Clerk Telephone: ((904)) 964-5701 CASE 86-86-CP 514500100, In Section 31 Township 7 TO All Citizens Taxpayers, and other
South Range 22 East loca'ed one-half
10/23 4tchg 11/13 Interested .
11/6 21chg I FILE 1-3769 pvrsnns.You
mile South of off 325 and SE.
.. IN RE: Estate of SAMUEL JAMES Hampton and each of you are hereby and
Pursuant lo Section 865.09, Florida -- --- --- ---- -- 40th Ave., to put property in one acre herewith
NOTICE OF AUCTION McGARVEY given notice In accordancewl'h
Statutes, node Is hereby give It the minimum lots.
undersigned, Sandra S. Norman Nor NOTICE I I. hereby given that under IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND Deceased This change In classification, is subjectto Florida S'a'ues 'hot the Board of
man's Form, Inc., 1103 S. Walnut St., and by virtue of Part IV of Chapter 83 FS FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Jt NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION a public hearing to be held on Tuesday Ciun'y Commissioners of Bradford

Starke, Florida, sole owner, doing as Self Storage Facility Act that Ih.und.nlgned CIVIL ACTION NO.; 86-45-CA The administration of the estate of November 25, 1986 at 7:00 in County, Florida, have designated theBradford
business under the firm name of Nor will sell for cash to the FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK, SAMUEL JAMES McGARVEY, deceased, the Council Room of the S'arke City p.m.Hall County Zuning and Planning
man's Market 1103 S. Wain'.' St., highest bidder at 301 South 1642 S. a national banking association, File Number 1-3769, Is pending in the on Thompson Street In S'arke, Florida. Bioid M conduct a public hearing at a
Starke, Florida Intends to ref sid Walnut St., Stark, FL at 5:00 p.m. on the Plaintiff Circuit Court for Bradford Coun'y.Florida At this time all interested shall regular mee'lng held ot 7.00 p.in. in the
fictitious name under the aid 10th day of November, 1986 the contents vs.GARY Probate Division, the address of be beard for "it. against persons the proposal as Council Room, of S'arke City Hall, S'arke,
statute. of Unit No. 17 belonging to Betty L. W. BREWER, et al? which Is P.O. Box B. S'orke, Florida specified, In 'he Zoning Codes of Bradford Florida on Tuesday December 30, 1986,
Dated this 16th day of Oclr.D.. Roberts containing misc. household Defendants. 32091. The name and address of 'he personal County. and make a recommendation to the
1986 In Bradford County goods, by C & C Mini Storage, 1642 S. NOTICE OF SALE representative and of the personal L. M Gaines, Director Board, of County Commissioners and the
FL 32091 9648848. NOTICE Is hereby given that, forth Board will consider on Monday January
10/16 ,11/6 Walnut St., Stark, pursuant represen'otive's attorney are set Bradford
Coun'y Zoning
10/30 21chg 11/6 to an order or a final judgment of below. 5, 19aV at 'he Commissioners Room of
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foreclosure entered In the above captioned All Interested persons are required to he Brad! m J County Courthouse, S'arke,
.. ..
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ------ ---- ---- --- Honda at 10,00
action I will sell the property file with the court WITHIN THREE MON- am. on Ordinance

AND FOR BRADFO JUNTY NOTICE is hereby given that on Mon described as: PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE: ((1)) all TOMLINSON FLORIDA NATIONAL The rezoning of 'he following described
CIVIL ACTIO day November 10, 1986, at 10:00: o'clock Lot One ((1)) ai-d West half (W 1/2)) of claims against the es'a'e and ((2)) any objection BANK has made application for SPECIAL property and amending the Comprehensive .
C.\. NO.: 86-439 A.M. the undersigned' Gator Lot Six ((6)) of Block Thirty Six ((36)) PEEKS ( by an interested person to whom EXCEPTION for*2 In B-3 for Au'o Repairsto Land Use Plan to provide'hot
In Re: The Marriage of Frelghtways Inc., will sell at public auction ADDITION TO STARKE, according map notice was mailed that challenges the 'he S'arke Board of Adus'n| ent on land currently zoned RSF and
RUSSELL H. GREEN, III for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville thereof recorded In Plat Book 1, Page 45, validity of the will the qualifications of property that is classified, B 3 and designa'ed by 'he plan as Ruial Residen-
Husband 1'10.,32205. one lot of cooler Insert (later rebound at page 40)). the personal. representative, venue or described below: lol, be rezoned M Cl, and designated
Plaintiff consigned to Seacraft Ind of Ft. Louder- at public sale, to the highest and best jurisdiction of the court. Parcel I 4388 00100 In Section 33, Cirini.erciol.' 'he property of JOHN A.

v. dale, Fla.; one lot of sailboard parts consigned bidder for cash, at the Bradford County ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Township 6 South Range 22 East, TORODE, described as follows: Four ((4))
DOROTHY J. GREEN, to Boomer Boardsailing Courthouse, In S'arke, Florida at 11:00 SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. loca'ed off Wes' Edwards Road back of acres located o' 'he corner of NE 13th St.

Wife Dunedin Fla., to satisfy freight and a,m., nn 'he 1st day of December, 1986. Dale of 'he first publication of this Bradford Square shipping cen'er. a-.d Hwy 16 Eos', 750 on 16 and 260'on
Defendant The S'arke Board of will Nt 13''', Paicei' 2/66 00000 in Section
storage charges, under the provisions of GILBERT S. BROWN notice of admlnis'ra'lon: 6 November Adjustment 23,
NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTY Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy 1986. conduct a public hearing at their regular f wnshlp 6, Range 22 EaSt approxi.r -
TO: DOROTHY J. GREEN Lading. : Marian McRae Attorney for PersinalRepresentative inee'ing held at 7:30: p.m., in the Council a'ely 2'/i miles East of Starke, to be

04-885645 did 82086Pro. Deputy Clerk : Room of S'arke City Hall, Thompson used for convenience store with gas
for Dissolution of Marriage has 02-720137 dtd 5/27/86 S'epehn M. Durden Richard E. Welty S.,..', S'arke, Florida, on Thursday, pumps
Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier Post Office Box 4700 954 N. Temple Avenue Nivenber 20, 1986. You are further given NOTICE that a
been filed required
against you you are 10302Ichgl16NOTICE Jacksonville, Florida 32201 P.O. Box 995 A' 'his !Inc, all persons will be heard copy of said proposed ORDINANCE I.
to serve a copy at your written 11/62'chgl1/13 I Starke. Florida 32091 concerning this opplica'ion as specified, available' for your Inspection at the of-
defenses If any to It, on the plaintiff's .. Florida Bar 144625 III 'lie lining codes of the cI'y of S'arke. fice of the Director of Zoning and Plann-
-'----"-'-'-----'- -- -- -
attorney, whose name a.d; address i is: OF INTENTIONTO 904/964 8050THORNTON Director, S'arke Bd. of Adj. ing, City Hall Thompson Street, Starke,

P.O. Drawer 1030 FICTITIOUS NAME EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND HARTLEY, -. -.- -.-.- .. .. .. .- Each and every person having any Interest
Stark, Florida 32091 whatever In the enactment of this
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida fOR BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. Personal Representative
and file the original with the clerk of the Statutes, notice is hereby given that the CASE NO.: 86.93.CA 5510 S.W. 24'h Terrace proposed ORDINANCE should appear
_._ ota< -.'yNiU( court on f .,,i?.tet undersigned, J. E. Mllligan & AMJ Inc. a FEDERAL LAND BANK OF COLUMBIA Gainesville, Florida 32608 G.K. ELY has mode application far and be heard "at the time"* and! place
November 24/1986: otherwise a 'judge Ploln'iff 11/6 2'chg 11/13 SPECIAL EXCEPTION for /11 1 in B2 for prescribed.
|joint owners,
pent may be entered against you for the business partnership under the firm name of JEM -. .... -.. Au'o Service S'a'lon and cor wash M the BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY
relief demanded In the complaint or PROPERTIES. P.O. Box 698, Starke. vs.W.. A. PREVATT and HELEN J. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT HJK S'arke Board if Adjus'men' ">n pr perry COMMISSIONERSBY
petition. PREVATT his wife; UNITED : Gilbert S. Brown
Intends said
Florida to
WITNESS my hand and the seal of laid 32091 register STATES OF AMERICA, acting BRADI-ORD COUNTY. fLORIDA 11/61tchg G.S. Brown Clerk
under the aforesaid
Court on October 13, 1986. trough( the FARMERS HOME --....
statute.Dated CASE NO 86.330
A. Clerk of said Court
By: Beulah Mnody 1986 In Bradford County.10/30 4tpd 11/20 DEPARTMENT FLORIDA NATIONAL OF AGRICULTURE BANK, a ; vs.Plaintiff, ; TURKOLOGYCONTEST

As Deputy Clerk No'lonol Banking Association
10/23 4tchg 11/13 ----
PUBLIC NOTICEThe wife; and REGISTER OIL Defendants.


REGISTER Starke, Florida will hold a Public Hear. Defendants.NOTICE NOTICE Is hem eby given that, pursuant
FICTITIOUS NAME Ing on proposed School Board Rule OF SALE ',-> 'he filial Judgement entered In Case (w ,.= Coming Soon
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida 6Gx4-2.31 PROCEDURE FOR HANDL Notice Is hereby given 'hat, pursuant Number 86-330 In 'he Circuit Court of
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the ING COMPLAINTS OF DISCRIMINATION, to Final Judgment in Foreclosure Bradford County, Florida, I will sell the ,
undersigned, Sandra Gail Lee, P.O. Box on November 17, 1986 ot 7 p.m., in the entered herein, I will sell the property property situated! in Bradford County, d Call Sylvia
1372 Starke, Florida, 32091 sole owner School Board Room of the District situated In Bradford County Florida, Florida' described as:
doing business under the firm name of School's Administrative Offices, 582 described in 'he Schedule of Property ate A parcel of land in 'lie NW I II. of NE 964.6305 for Information
The Eyeglass Store, 103 Edwards Rd., North Temple Avenue, Stark, Florida. ached hereto, at public sale to the 1/4 if SW 1/4 if Section 34, Township 6
Storke, Fla., 32091, Intends to register Copies of this( proposed BoararRuTe highest and best bidder for cash at the Siu'h, Range 22 East, In 'he Ci'y of
aid fictitious name under the aforesaid may be obtained at the Superintendent'soffice main door of the Bradford County Cour- S'arke, Bradford Coun'y, Florida. Said,

statute. between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., 'hous In S'arke, Bradford County, parcel containing me acre and being' 1-10x13 1 1 994 Deposit
Dated this 20th day of October A.D. Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on -he 11 th day of
Monday through Friday. more particularly described as follows: $10.00 Due at
1986 In Bradford County. This Is In compliance wlthvth Florida DECEMBER, 1986. Commence at 'he NW corner ,if I said NW (Wall Photo) e .
10/23 4tchg 1113IN Statues, Chapter 120.54la( )( ), amendedby DATED this 3rd day of November 1/4 of NE 1/4 of SW 1/4 and run S Pickup
the 1986 Florida Legislature.Jim 1986. 885530' 'E", along the N'ly boundary 18x10 e e
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA, Duncan Superintendent Clerk of Circuit CourtBY 'herc-f 45.05 feet; said N ly boundaryalso 25x7 {plus tax)
EIGHTH JUDICIAL Bradford County Schools being' the tender line of Geiger
CIRCUIT. IN AND : Marian McRae
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. 10/3031chg 1113IN Riad. Thence & 104'30" W, 25.00 fe.lln 23x5
Deputy Clerk $1 9 9
an iron plp.loca.d on the S'ly boundary
CASE NO.: 86.175 SCHEDULE OF PROPERTY 16- King Size Wallets
of 'he of Road for POB from
LOAN ASSOCIATION JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR of NE 1/4)) and that portion of Southeast PO8 -hus described con'lnue S 104'30"W Regular Size Wallets
Plaintiff BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA 208.71 f..llo an iron pipe; 'hence S
Quarter of Northwest Quarter (SE 1/4 of WE USE
vs. CASE NO. 84-64-CJ ((2-613)) NW 1/4)) lying East of State Road 4S-323 88"55 30 E,-and parallel aforesaid Sly
PAUL L. KING, LOIS KING FLORIDA NATIONAL JUVENILE DIVISIONIN all In Section 31, Township 7 South, boundary 208.71 "feet to an iron pipe; KODAK PAPER
BANK. WALTER E. KEAR8EY THE INTEREST OF: Range 22 East Save and Excepting 'hence N 04'30" E, 208.71 feet to an
JANET M. KEARBEY EDGAR H. DUKES CANDY N. WENNER, DOB 06-09-81 Therefrom those portions and parcels' Iron pipe loco'ed on said S ly boundary, 4F
DEBORAH DUKES FLEET FINANCE INC., STEVEN B. MARSHALL DOB: 09-30-83, described in Deed Book 64, Page 395 Thence N 8804'30' W, along said, Sly

MICHAEL L. CONNER. CAMERON B. Minor Children Deed Book 68, Page 233, Deed Book 87, boundary 208.71 f..lto P08.
HOXIE and UNITED STATES OF AMENDED SUMMONS AND NOTICEOF Page 97. The above described exceptions a' public sale, to the highest bIdder foi,
AMERICA PETITION FOR follows cash at 'h* front door of the Bradford. ,
are as :
Defendants. PERMANENT COMMITMENTTHE That portion of the Southeast Quarterof County Courthouse, in S'aik, Florida, TWO LOCATIONS Yljrj
NOTICE OF SALE BY CLERK STATE OF FLORIDA: the Northeast Quarter (SE 1/4 of NE between 11:00: a.m. and 2,00 p.m. on 'he BRYAN'S ACE HARDWAREPalmetto J

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to 1/4)) of Section 31, Township 7 South 20'h day of November,, 1986. & Nightingale Keystone Hgts
the Final Judgment entered in this case, TO: JANIE MARSHALL Range 22 East of Bradford County GILBERT S. BROWN November 7 R
doted October 27, 1986, that I will sell to Address Unknown Florida described as follows: Begin at J AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy Friday,
the highest and best bidder for cash, in the Southeast corner of said Southeast : Faye Whl'.h.od Photo Hours: 9-12 15:30BRYAN'S : ,
the First Floor Lobby of the Bradford PATRICK M. MARSHALL Quarter of Northeast Quarter (SE 1/4 of Deputy ClerkM62tchg1M3 HARDWARE

County Courthouse In Stark, Florida, at Address Unknown NE 1/4)), thence run North 150 yards, ACE
I 11:00 a.m. on the 20th day of November 1101 S. Walnut St. Starka
thence West 250 yards, thence South 1 150 --------- ---- ------ -

1986, the following described propertyas RAYMOND JOHN WENNER II yards, thence East 250 yards to point. of. Saturday, November 8
set forth In the Final Judgment to Address Unknown beginning. NOTICE
wit: Beginning at the point ,where the MRS. C. A. KNIGHT has made application Photo Hours: 9il2r--
East 1/2 of SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of SE You are hereby notified that a petition North line of the property conveyed by to the Stark Zoning and Planning
1/4 all In Section 23, Township 6 South, under oath copy of which is attached Woodrow Hicks and wife, Doris Hicks, as Board for reclassification of the property
Range 22 East, excepting county grqded hereto has been filed In the above styled Grantors to Eugene L. Birt and wife, described below from RP to B.2 Parcel

road. Court for the permanent commitment" Mary Birt, as grantees, by warranty 03229 oo In Section 28 Township 6 S,
DATED this 27th day of October 1986. Range 22 E., located at 433 W. Call f.
of CANDY NICOLE WENNER, a female deed dated 1st day of February A.D.,
GILBERT S. BROWN, Clerk child born on June 9, 1981, at Jackson 1944 and recorded in Deed Book 51, at Street, across 'he street from Denmark GIVE OUR PICTURES FOR CHRISTMAS
BY: Linda L. Pearce vllle, Duval County State of Florida and Page 269 et seq., of the public recordsof Furniture; to be used for rug sales and rt' /

Deputy Clerk STEVEN BRADLEY MARSHALL, a male said County (reference to which Deed dISplay. 1' .a
11/6 2tchg 11/13 child born on; September 30 1983, at I. had as c part of the description This change In classification Is subjectto w
._--------- Jack_III. Duval County State of hereof and the property conveyed by a public hearing to be held on Thurs I
NOTICE OF BRADfORD COUNTY Florfd rto the Department of Health andRehabilitative said deed being situate East of the County day November :20, 1986 at 7:00 p.m.. In
HEALTH FACILITIES !! Services for subsequent graded road hereinafter' mentioned the Council; Room In the Starke City Hall

AUTHORITY MUTING adoption, and you or.hereby commanded and In Southwest Quarter of Northeast on Thompson Street Starke, Florida. At
YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that to be and appear before the Quarter (SW 1/4 of NE 1/4)) and his time all persons Interested shall be
ha Biadf.ird C'ulI'y.H.ollh Facilities Honorable George H. Pierce Acting Southeast Quarter of Northwest Quarter,, heard far'or against the proposal as

Ao'hnrl'y will mold a public iiieetng lit*, Judge. of"f. he Circuit Court, at the Brad (SE 1/4 of NW 1/4)) of Section 31, specified In the Zoning Cod of the City

'he Bradf,ird C,'un'y Cnur'house, S'ai ke;: forl'1oultly! :: Courthouse, at 3:00: o'clock Township 7 South, Range 22 East) INTERSECTS of Stark, Florida.
hlnIda" "" Filday, November 7, 1 1986 at P.M.:bo Wednesday, December 17 1986. the East line of that certain Stark/' Zoning S Planning 11/6 Office
3:00 p..... The pus pn.e if 'he martin, }.i at (ifd/K. Bradford County Florida. You Count graded road, known ot the Sqnta IIchg
will be 'a awamd'lie Binds if the Bad' must appear at a hearing on the date Fe Road running Southerly from Hampton ---==;:.__ -- ---_-.-.-.---
hid r. 'ulI'y Heai'h raclll'les Au'lioci'y and at the time specified., Your failure toappear Florida to the Waldo-Bar Iton Beachpaved : \
and for se"ing. final In'eies' toes andei.i'S 'nr :espund will be treated as a road near Schencks Filling Station NOTICES. L./ Group charge
In c '"".c'I'1I! 'lieiewi'h. COII..n''In permanent commitment and said point of Intersection b.'nglh.' LaRUE WILLIAMS has mode application 99 per personFOR
Gres ge W. R .b.,'". Jr.Chalo'all. you will permanently lose oil legal rights' Paint Beginning of the lands hereby to the Bradford County Zoning \
'as a patent tp-jhe child or children named conveyed thence run East for a distanceof Board for reclassification of the property
10 302' 11/6 In the twttnoii for; Permanent Commitment 630 feet; thence run South a distant described below, from RSF-MH to Cl: One
ring attyyJifld to this Summons.WITNkSj' of 420 feet; thence run West to the East ((1)) acre located on. mile Northwest of ties

s iJfWa.id as Mi.Clerk of said line of said.County graded road:. ; .!thence! ._ Stark at Southwest corner of Hwy 16
COURT Court and 'I.e.. Seal 'hereof this 27th day 'run Northerly along the East line of said and N.W. 25th Av. (Pleasant Grove RD)
IN AND FOR ..I0c"6er. 1986. County graded road for the Point of out of nine acre parcel 2253 00000, In
GILBERT S. BROWN Section 17, Township 6 South Range 22
,.. Beginning' aforesaid containing 6 and a
BRADFORDCOUNTYFLORIDACASE '/W'CfWfk'ot' 'he"Court East, to b* used for Convenience Stoic
fraction acres; by .estimation more or
NO 86-275-CA
with Gas CflM TIVE! COLOR
By Barbara S'arn.r pumps and In ClUP as rural
lets, qnd being situate In the Northwest
Plaintiff, I II I 64'chgll i 27 Deputy Clerk corner. of 'he lands conveyed by sold highway. business' .



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Page UA TELEGRAPH November" 6,1986 .

I Rugged Paxon Squad Deals BHS Tornadoes Another Defeat, 14-7 I

Paxon powered its way 14-7 over goals in the second period but BHS Paxon run was coming .but knowing where the
visiting Bradford High with an led 7-6 at the half. The field goals football wan coming the Tornado detenia was
85-yard third quarter drive, then were set up by pass plays of 24 and 31 itlll, pushed backward. Th 1*...play. drive con-
fumed moil of the second por''
stormed the Tornado quarterback to yards. Paxon completed 13 of 17
ruihei by TWPBJell
Thirteen of the plays were
stop a comeback effort in a wild passes, mostly to 6-4 slot back Pat Johnson"I.) 0,11,who refuted to to down !
finish.It Johnson. The second field goal was and kept driving' out yardage altar belnt' hit.
was a District 3 win for the just long enough and was almost aHlgot to tha Pillow end than to the Paxon I
Eagles, now 43. BUS fell to 2-6 on blocked. 17 but could not put tha football Into tha ondl"" ..
the season and(0-5 in District 3 play. The game-winning 85-yard drive Th. Cegla dalenu overran tha BHS .".n.lv,
y Some 100 fans followed the Tornadoes came on Paxon's first possession in Una. No.ao. Dl Leon Pugh,was lelt unblockedand
t to Jacksonville for the game.It the second half. The bigger Eagle led the charga Into tha BHS backflald to I
+wp, was homecoming at Paxon High. line drove back the Tornado defense dltrupt BHS pan pl."..
A 50-yard touchdown drive on the four or five yards at times. And, On on.ruth by Pugh the knaa of quarterback
him out ot lhagame.
Johnny Clark woo Injured putting
second Bradford possession openedthe crucial first downs came on passesof ,
r r rlase. The TD and 23 to Pat Johnson.
scoring. 15 yard came on 7 yards A linemen's dream cama true to linebacker
., l A !' a swing pass from QB Johnny Clarkto BHS knew what was coming, was Ron Brawn who picked up a looie football and
running back Greg Pitt man out of in position, but couldn't stop the ran 40".....to the Paxon 14 Wffn 41 seconds re-
the backfield. Pittman caught the Paxon charge. miming But da John Berry, who replaced
J football on the dead run and outhoof- Clark wet thrown for an II,.rello..on the omu/>
I W n 1'I ,.. ed two Eagle defenders and went Into Ing pan attempt,nevar getting the throw bff,,
the endzone on the second play of Bradford High 0 7 0 0 7 "we didn't play too badly said Coach David
.... 'I the second period. Paxon High 0 0. 0 14BHa Hurie of the IOM. Tha dilenie playid) wall
enough to win but the Tornado oflania couldn't
Anon put the loo.b.llln.o tha Indiana when It had the
The TD pass was set up by 10 running Pint Down 7" ball Inside tha Paxon JO Huria noted
i r plays with running backs Greg Ruining Yard Jl-49 30-11
Pittman and Darren Patterson car- Pining Yard II 120
rying the football. The drive included PC-PA-PI 1-11-0. 13-17-0 1-11.7 Pajcic Appears...
Punts "'-.4.
.... .. a fourth down quarterback sneak Fumblloit M I-> Gubernatorial candidate Steve
by QB Clark that netted three yards Penaltiei-yartt 1-U 3-41 Pajcic Paxon graduate, appearedat
and a first downa the Paxon 37. The Scoring Summary the game in a convertible car and
runs gained, 6, 5, 3, +. -5, 5. 7. 3, 1) Bradford:Orel Plttman,11-yard pat from rode around the paved track surrounding -
and 1.5 yards. It also included a OS Johnny CUrk. extra point Hamilton kick the football field and wav-
1) Panom If yard find gal
15-yard penalty against Paxon for a 1) Paolo It yard u Mild _'. ed to the fans.
I ''- late hit on a five yard loss play, 4) Paxont Jail Johnson "4-yard run. Ep 1 cic also made a brief speech inwhich
which gave BHS a first down at the point tonvtnlon pill from OB Dennis Horns to he exhorted the Eagles on to
e dlriu q ? YJ 4kU Kt TM A Mxt 9r Eagle 27.Paxon. Ron Mltchill. victory.
added two 39 yard field Tornado Coaches would call out where the next
,.. ,
". )""" ""' .,.: '{.f''I', "'.'. ', Perry Squad to Field Outstanding Defense Tomorrow Night I

I: ....JIft.. ---:-: : -" < 1';' ".X', 'it .:.-. Come to the Perry tootball gameat But Perry has the best all-around Offensively, Perry runs from the

Gainer... Bradford Field tomorrow night defense, with size, uniform power-I. The split end is Donnie
lUg (Friday, Nov. 4)) and see the best quickness, and team speed. Bowden, no. 80, 187, 11. Quarterbackis
Tornado buck: Cory Strong blasts! over the right side on squad in Jacksonville and face Ferry next Friday defensive football players you're That's balanced, however, by a no. 20,Ricky Smith,216, 12.No.47,
Ins BITS I against! "01"011. night\ ut the BUS Stadium. ever likely to see. less than adequate offense for a Whetsel,and No.30, Rhimes,are the
The rebuilding Tornadoes lost 11-7, to he bigger/ PaxKickoff is set for 8 p.m. Perry No. 85, Mike Brandon, 6-4, team of Perr .Perry has been running backs.
:251: pounds, 12 is middle guard on offense turning the football over about six Perry runs straight at opponents; ,
with quickness and speed times per game, and Coach Hurse with little finesse. Favorite playsare
enough to repeatedly catch running hopes that will be the case when the a pitchout to the slot Iman and to

J V Team Finishes Season with 2 Wins slot back back from on behind.offense,Brandon and blocks plays for Bulldogs play BHS tomorrow night. the tailback.The .

the running backs. Another tough Perry runs a 5-4 defense, with the passing game is used quite a
The junior varsity footballers ot and Douglas returned it for a Offensive standouts in the KH football players is offensive and cat quick Mike Brandon at middle bit by Perry. QB Brian Wilson, no.
Bradford High finished their season touchdown. Douglas also recovereda game were center Terry Whitehead, defensive tackle Terrell Griffin, No. guard. Defensive tackles are Rick 20, 180, 11, likes to throw to the splitend
...t 5-3.: a rare winning season for the fumble. Outstanding play against tight ends Jimmy Long and Ed 77, 217, 11. Smith, no. 64, 216, 12, and Phillip no. 80, Donnie Bowden, and the
.JV eleven. KH also came from running back Douglas,guard Andre Williams,and Nos. 85 and 77 are big, physical Rogers, No. 73, 213, 12. The DE's are tight end No. 82, Bernard Mitchell
BUS finished with a 18-0 win over Keith Jenkins and center Terry tackle Don McDavid. Playing wellon football players. They will knock Darrins Jones, no. 25, 190, 11, and 170, 11.
Kt'}stone Heights High and a 6.0 win Whitehead said Coach Lanier defense were linebacker Terry your head off,says the BHS scouting Keith Turner no. 62, 185, 12. Offensive linemen are center
over Baker High. Clyatt. Whitehead, rover back Ed Douglas, report.. Linebackers are Crosley Whetsel, Ricky Smith, no. 64,216,12; guards:
The Baker win came when rover Against KH Clint Reed scored two tackles Patrick Marks and Chris In fact,Perry has the best defense no. 47, 206, 12, who is fullback on of- Guiy Folson,no.60,190,12,and Dar-
thick Ed Douglas intercepted a touchdowns on runs of 24 and 36 Durban, and linebacker Kieth of any team the Tornadoes will face fense, and No. 45, Tommy Jones, rell Austin, No. 63, 210, 12; tackles
Wildcat puss! thrown right at him yards. Jenkins. this season, with the possible exception 195, 11. Monster man ()linebacker on Ricky Greene, no. 76, 220, 12, and
of Eastside, says Coach David the strong side) is Sherman Rhines, Terrell Griffin, No. 77, 211, 11.
"It is easier for a man to be loyal to his club than to his planet; the bylaws are shorter, and he is E rsWhite Hurse. Eastside was probably more no. 30, 200, 12, the tailback on of- defensive There is backfield.great speed in the Bulldog
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Homecoming Celebration. last week. They are: (L-U) Mitey Mite Princess Paula Brown and escort Princess Kerrie Crawford and escort No. 11 John Strickland; and Jr.
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Commission Returns Issue of Flume Road Convenience Store to ZoningA I

2-2 tie vote has been tossed right, Roscoe Norton appeared before number of issues some of which "used car lot, or something worse?" anything reasonable the school bus convenience store is operated to
back at the Zoning Board on a con- the board to request 37 acres, were repeated by subsequent Finally, the question of selling stop might well be Improved by serve the community but the com-
troversial proposal for a conve- located 2 miles north of Starke, on speakers. wine and beer on Sundays became a allowing the buses to utilize the store munity clearly does not want your
nience store on SIM6 at Flume Road the east side of US-301, to be returned Jordan said that former zoning central issue, with the seven op- parking area for loading and service. The location is a good
((13th Street), some two miles east of to agricultural classification.The board director L.M. Gaines had ponents voicing opposition. discharging pupils, and sales of beer choice for a store, and in your position -
Starke. property was rezoned: from assured him that property in the and wine can be controlled on Sunday I would make the same request.
County Commissioner Maxie agricultural to light industrial some area would always be zoned residen- Another View... However this request is spot zoningat
Carter asked what use is a zoning time ado, to accomodate the owner. tial.Two Don Thompson, who lives a short Torode would not rule out the its worst and we have been trying
board if the commission must make Norton s plans failed to materialize speakers cited the fear that distance east of the Torode property possibility of adding other desperately to eliminate this type
.such decisions. and he now wants' the acreage robberies or burglaries would in- on SR-16E, addressed the group. He businesses on the property, but ruled decision." Drivas said "your Inten-
Area residents, who'd rather do' returned to the former classification. crease because of a conveniencestore prefaced his remarks by saying he out mobile hume sales. He suggesteda tions are good for 10 years, but these
without this convenience say they Norton stated that he plans to in the area. Several mentionedthe was neither for or against the re- beauty shop as the type of business residents are here for a lifeteme. I
are tired of having to be alert and sell the property and the prospective prospect of litter along roads and zoning request. He went on to say they might consider sympathize with both sides but I
tired of rallying to meetings at purchaser wishes to farm the ditches, and an increase in traffic on that the land was sold to John have to respect the people."I .
which no decisions are made. En- land. There were no objections from 13th St., which Is used by area Torode by Thompson's grandfather, To the statement that "residentsof vote to deny the the
force the zoning, laws. Barney the audience.. residents for jogging, walking and Leo Champion, in 1956. At the time Country Club Estates pay 40% of" application"said Drivas.
Ruckdeschel asked the commission.The The four members of the Zoning bike riding. One person mentionedthat there were several businesses the taxes paid in Bradford county There was not a motion before the
commission voted 3-2 for a and Planning Board concurred with the corner is a school bus stop, located in the area, Champion's Torode replied, "Our family has board at that time however, Drivas
30-day continuance. Zoning Director the request and voted to recommendthe which would be adversly affected by Machine Shop, Harley's Garage and been in Bradford County 80 years, later made a motion to deny the re
Darrell O'Neal asked for two monthsso rezoning to the county commis- the store. one or two others. He stated the site and we have paid some taxes also. quest. It appeared the motion would
the commission can affirm two sioners. County commissioner affirmed Opponents of the petition stated is an excellent choice for a conve- We have never done anything die for the lack of a second, since
new zoning board members at its the zoning board recommen-- that there have been three excep- nience store and gas station, detrimental to the county."In board member Morris Starling did
dation. time, there will be conve-- not hear Chairman Robert Scott call
tions although it is the lowest
already representing spot zon- ground in
board, the Zoning Board now is downto ing of commercial property in the immediate area. Thompson sug- stores built along SR-16 and for a second. When that situationwas
five members. The tie vote Torode's Request... residential areas. Roy Bryant said gested a smaller area might be con- the owners may not be Bradford cleared up, Starling secondedthe
County residents, and not have
resulted when one member Mark John Torode, native of Bradford cited Luther's Dry Wall operation sidered for re-zoning, if there were the same interest in the may motion. When the call to vote
county as we
Hardenbrook missed the Nov. 28 county and veteran gas dealer requested expanded to include a cabinet shop; objection to re-zoning the 4 acres. do." was made Drivas and Starling
zoning meeting. rezoning of 4 whichhe voted to deny the application, board
acres, Ivey's Heavy Equipment Repair board member
Zoning Spiro
has owned for 30 Torode Promises... member Rick Replogle voted to approve -
from referred
years Shop, to as a "junk yard, Drivas asked Torode a number of
The Grapevine... rural residential to commerical.He and the Little Peeples Day Care Richard Torode returned to the questions, and received answers. ning Director the request.Darrell Zoning O'Neal and advised Plan--
Commissioner Maxie Carter said was represented at the meeting Center. podium to answer some of the con- One question "You've owned the chairman Scott that he should
he'd heard via the grapevine that by his son, Richard Torode who Roxanne Ruckdeschel said a con- cerns. He stated that the Torode's property since 1956, why are you vote on the measure Scott replied"I
one member didn't attend the zoning the Torode's plans to venience store requires only and would go beyond state requirementsand wanting to build a convenience store vote with him," indicating Replogle.The .
board meeting because of the con- develop the property, described as acre of ground, and asked, "What use double wall gas tanks, that now, and not 10 years ago?" Torode
being located at the corner of NE will be done with the remaining 3 water monitoring wells are that
troversial request and that another man- replied they were not interestedin 2-2 tie vote created by Scott'svote
zoning board member voted to tie 13th St. and SR-16 E, 750 ft. on SR. acres? This question was raised dated by the state of Florida, the entering the convenience store was thus sent request to the
the vote because he didn't want to 16E and 260 ft. on NE 13th St., approximately again by Bryant who wondered if Torodes will be willing to increasethe business 10 years ago. board of county commissioners
make a decision."If Starke. 2 1/2 miles east of the surplus land would become a width of the natural barriers to Drivas then told Torode that "...a withnnf a r.....Ammendation.i .
they're not going to vote on
Torode told the and
board some 20inteJeSted.spe.c1aiors

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Hodges said Monday Nov. 3, hewouldn't natural property.barrier He stated would that remain a 30 on foot the Our New Sales Boom
vote on the conveniencestore 1987
south and east sides of the store to
at his final meeting. The com- reduce noise level and offer some 2: >
mission vote to send the matter backto
the zoning board passed 32. although protection only to residents 10 foot barriers of the are area re, L:' has hundreds of new items r

Nov. 28 Action... quired. --1

Bradford Zoning Board members area Following residents Torode's presentation Roxanne, ? = !I I never offered before. !
split 2-2 on John Torode's request to Ruckdeschel, local attorney Gene
rezone 4 acres on the corner of SR- Shaw Joy Norman, Barney = -J'
16E and Flume Road ((13th Street) Ruckdeschel, Roy Bryant Virgil ..l lij r= Includes computer furniture, cash registers, wood "
for a convenience store in
an area Jordan and Lucy Watson spoke .
now zoned residential.The against rezoning. the property. ?, desk, copy machines, plus much more! \
Zoning and Planning board Six of the seven persons who spoke
met Tuesday, Oct. 28, to consider against the petition stated that they j For Office %
three requests for rezoning.One lived in one of three sub-divisions in or Order $300
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was not present for the meeting, and Country Club Estates. Jordan liveson i Home 10%
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regular meeting of the board. Alligator Creek The group raised a
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volleyball players at Brad- season Bradford came from behind & our store.Household.
ford High finsihed the regular Oct. 30 against Interlachen to win
season with a 9-8 record, and were to 32. IHS won the first game 15-7,BHS y\ Weekly or Monthly
play late yesterday (Wednesday, won the last two games 16-14 and
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ez Diggs.There are no seniors on the to IHS 16-14 and 153. BHS got excellent \1 .
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agree after looking at the Paxon "I thought we played pretty well," sive game, was all over the field,
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30 yards, then miss assignments drive," says Coach Sexton, meaning and Malachi Jenkins also had steady'ballgames.
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14-7 loss. Paxon completed 13 of 17 passes, Coach Sexton."I .
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game, but couldn't stick the football No. 1, Pat Johnson, used his good effort," said Coach Sexton "".if we
into the endzone, points out Coach speed to elude BHS defenders for just could have gotten a couple of
Hurse. yardage for crucial first downs.On breaks going."
"We stopped ourselves," says of. the game-winning drive,Paxon Sophomore linebacker Bill
fensive line coach Jay Godwin. The got two first downs on passes when Hamilton led the Tornadoes in
BHS offensive line is more ag the BHS got tough on the Eagle runn- tackles with 7 individual tackles and
gressive, and is coming off the ball ing game. Plus, an anxious BHS 4 assists (7-4). DE Mike Grey was
much quicker, says Coach Godwin. defense encroached and was 7-2, rover Greg Wiggins 6-9, DT with this
BHS linemen had trouble pickingup penalized five yards which gave Malachi Jenkins 5-6, linebacker Ron
stunting linebackers, Godwin Paxon another first down. Brown 5-5, cornerback David
says, and missed some assignments, Two big Paxon linemen were paving Hamilton 5-1, cornerback Darren
although cutting down on their the way for the Eagle back. Pax- Patterson 3-1, safety Cory Strong purchaseBIG
mistakes. on's front line weighed 190, 258, 230, 2-4, DT Eric Nazworth 1-4, DT Billy
Tight end David Williams and 230, 160, 292, and 191 pounds. Harrell 1-1, and DE Mike Elder,
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Our students really enjoyed the Jasmine Reddish, David Thomas.
This school year is off to a very "Ronald McDonald Fitness"presentation -
good I beginning. Teachers and staff They learned hou important Second Grade: Donald Davis, Tiffany -
worked hard to be prepared and con- exercise and food is
proper for their Donn, Marquita Griffs, Jamie AllSONY
tribute to this good beginning. body. Lynn Harrop, Elaine Murray,
Students returned to school ready to I would like to welcome five new Jeremy Scott, Kelly Sellers, Ronnie
work and presented far fewer students to my homeroom: Brad Shetler, Kelly Trimble, Justin
discipline problems than the beginn- Donley, Jay Burnes, Monica Busby, Weathers, Christy Wooley, Erica ;
ing of last year, which is a reflectionof Brandy Olive and Tim Combs. Chastain, Jennifer Gleason, Wade
the positive attitude of parents, Our class watched a presentationby Huggins, James Montgomery. Chip
students and teachers. the Starke Fire Department and Rowell, Synica Cribbs, Andy Redding .
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year Southside will be selling learning about "molecules and mat Hicks, Jonathan Elder, Carl Elder, II I I 75
Jeri Thompson, Lisa Gillenwaters,
yearbooks. The soft cover yearbookswill ter" with activities and filmstrips.Mrs. All t,
Ernest Grider, Natasha Hudson,
contain individual pictures of all
Nikki Jackson Kuke Lane, Marcus oq
the students and staff. Cost of the Stroud's Fifth Grade: FREE Musical f tNpI i1
Moore Randolph, Rosella
i Angie
yearbooks will be $5. Early this Our class had two A-B Honor Roll AJ
month we will be announcing a date students for the first six weeks Smith, Kyle Wynn, Brandy Olive, II Instruments %0oa
Monica Busby, Terry Paul, Movies!
for you to pay for your yearbook. In grading period. They were Mary Pormatilo Miranda ,I I
order to receive a Southside Year Dunne and Daryn Wimpy. ,.,,, ., I In Stock or w
chinson, Steven Haynes, Kellie Han- I I i
book in the spring you will need to Our library helper for the first six From I
November.We weeks was Matt Waters for the nah, Chris Crawford, Nicole Gid- m
pay for it in second r
dens,Jennifer Canady, Brad Bishop, 9.00 Ordered for
are excited about our first six weeks it is Wayne Todd. .
Greg Page, Rhonda Slade, Tamicka '
Southside Yearbook and hope you Jamar Wanton's Halloween poster week Christmas .
Tim Combs.
will make plans now to purchase a was voted to be used in the Kelly, per
yearbook for your child. downtown display's for our carnival.In .
science Fourth Grade: Tanya Anderson
we are studying
Classroom News.. Vincent Ennis, Tricia Gillis, Apil
volcanoes. Neil Domalik made a
great model of a volcanoe which Mosley, Monica Nichols, Kerl RENTALMon.Thurs9
:Mrs. Ta>lor's First Grade: even smokes. Packham, Michael Thomas, Kelly MOVIE
Our class has been enjoying the Willis, Lamar Wynn, Cindy Grider,
centers in our room. Stephen Brown A B Honor Roll: Nicole Magnus, Julie Loper,
says that ENRICHMENT is his Heather Smith, Steven Lewis
favorite center for the week. He en- First tirade: Paul Waldron, Brit Angelia Keck, April Ruis, Kim
joyed the tape and books on tany Ford, Stephen Brown, Beau Douglass, Chad Farnsworth,Tonika (: .
dinosaurs.Our Pearson, Candice Pippin, Stacey Bright, Ben Baker, Josh Brewer,
class made the decorationsthat Roberts, Amy Greene, Tessica Audrey Gillette, Betty Gleason, 5S
were used for the Duck Pond Wilkerson, Regina Wright, Ashley Cory Goetzman, Harry Hatcher,
I and the Go Fishing booths at our car Pass, Billy Bradley, Joe Pennell, Christy Jones.
nival. Our student for the month was Michelle Groves, Melissa Wynn, No Membership Required
Adam Marchese. He received an Christina Kelly, Yashica Goodman, Fifth Grade: Mary Dunne, Daryn
award for super improvement in Patty Foster, April Adamson, Jesse Wimpy,Shelley Dampier, Ethan Fu-
writing.Ms. Adams, Brandy Harper, Sue Hunt, quay, Kevin Mueller,Leslie Folsom,
Chris Sapp, April Tisdale, Russell Brittany Bula, Mitchell Gunter Jen-
: Reddish'! Third Grade: Warren, Christina Woods, Creasie nifer Johns, Thomas Odom, Amy Get FREE 25 MOVIES
Congratulations to_the students,in Bennett, Bobbie Jo Doughman.: Rankin, Shantel Ritch.

I I EOw | with purchase of VCR or TV this week

II Movies to be watched within 30 days .


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Lake Region Monitor Union County Times

Thursday, November 6,1986B
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Horse-loving couple from Hampton raise exotic pure-bred Arabians for fun and profitBy

Mark Krieldln years. half million horses on earth and if'
BCT Staff Writer The couple have five of the prized that is true, pure-blooded Arabians
Some say Fall is the season for horses at present, including two may be the most valuable of them'
high expectations and if that is the mares, "Suraffa" and "Bay Amber all, commanding prices in the
case, a Bradford county couple who Abi" and a high-spirited stallion millions from millionares and
breed the prestigeous, and high- named "The Sword" who could be celebraties who bid for the richly
priced "Arabian" horses fit right in. worth a small fortune for their colored animals.
Robert and Gretchen Oehl of precious genes. Arabians are the oldest pure bred
Hampton have been breeding the All of the horses the Oehls own horese in the world, a fact that gives
stunning line at their "Araborne have the most impeccable them such a pure genetic balance of
Arabians" ranch near U.S. 301 and bloodlines, in fact they were all born features that makes them so prized.
have been Involved in horse from championship parents. "They are special because of their-
breeding and trading for the past 16 There are an estimated one and a beauty, their stamina, which was<
i .>u.--- ..::"' .- -.- "" -_. _.- .. --- prized by the arab horsemen who
raised them and valued them aboveall
else inthe desert, and their per
I sonalities," says Gretchen Oehl,
who began her own life-long love affair ,,
with the horses when she was a
young girl growing up in the Tampa
area. "You might be suprised to
hear this, but Arabians aren't just
some snobbish show horses, they
have very warm and playful per
sonalities in addition to their good
1 1.Y looks. They make great family
horses and are quite good around
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Gretchen started out the way
many breeders of the high-priced
I f tnrr animals go, she worked long hours to
pay the price to breed her mare of a
different breed to an Arabian
4L stallion, then had a "Half-Arabian",
which are valuable themselves for
breeding purposes.
"That's the way many people start
who don't have a lot of money at
,r'Ff first," Gretchen says. "The half-
Arabians can go for as low as around
$500 and after working at it like we b : :
I did for a few years, you can increasethe
value of your horses many
I times."

I A pure-bred Arabian costs from

$5,000 to $25,000, generally speaking, .
according to Gretchen, but highly '

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I Friends... manys. "The Sword", sired by champions, finds his new The price Araliiun stallion NMIS sired by U.S. and
.. home to be to his liking at the Oehls's ranch near CanudluIII'IIIIInl.ion'lllllfl is the price possession if the I
\h'etthe kid the block it's Arabian stallionat Page 78 (
new on na'om'Ue a young Hampton. Aralxirnf Arabian nandl.LouAnn's .
I the Oehl's Ranch In Hampton.


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Starke Center has announced its Art Appreciation American
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up 10% over last
year's opening term. Spanish is also being offered for .- .
With an expanded offering of 43 the l first time and is sure to be a
classes, including 23 daytime and 20 popular class. Another highlight of
evening classes, local residents will the winter Term is a class taught by
have even a wider variety of times the popular Dr. April O'Connell, entitled -
and courses to further their educa- Children's Theatre which will
tion this winter.In feature presentations in local
addition to basic classes in schools designed to involve audience b,

Math, English, Science, History, participation.
Social Sciences and Humanities, the There! will also he an EMT Basic
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1"111(0- SECTION November 6. 19116

I p Take a trip on a Canadian adventure with BCT staff writer I IBy I

lound primarily in towns and day. The stations rotated Sunday stations rotated Sunday sales, each are state owned and controlled. I dog's back thousands upon

Buster Kahn villages. Once, while driving on main the safes each taking his turn at staying taking his turn at staying open. was presented disappointed.many American Television shows thousands price of of corn acres.is depressed.Little wonderthe We
About the middle of August Robert Trans-Canada an gasoline and open. The next thing that caught our at- but there are no networks as such, saw no swine. There were a few
and Marjo. Driggers of Lake artery we ran low on service station.An Gasoline Prices... tention was the radio music. All so far as I could determine. sheep to be seen but dairies abounded -
Butler for Indianapolis l Indiana began to look for a I disline I throughout the countryside. We
departed similar to across the FM band we found good Although today's music
in their motor home to visit oflicial road sign in- Gasoline is sold by the liter, and music, including opera, big bands dislike state control of the com- never learned where all the dairy
their son Major Robert Driggers those on American inter-states available at the the price ranged from 43.9 to 48.9 waltzs ballads music from the fifties munication media even more. Whenwe products are marketed.
Jr., and his family. Atalyne and I dicated gasoline was We turned on the cents for regular leaded fuel. It and the few good songs writtenin returned to the states we turnedoff
left Starke two weeks later in our next inter-section. to find that the sounded strange to hear the station recent years. Hard rock was con- the radio, and played tapes. Towns Clean and Neat...
road, only
unit and we met in Hershey, Pennsylvania secondary several miles attendent (all stations are full service spicious by its absence. Needless to Although we traveled many high
station was "
just east of Harrisburg, nearest )say"it held 121.5 liters of gas. certainly enjoyed Canadian Canadian
we Farms.
in the next town. Arriving in say, .. speed roads similar to our interstates -
After touring the Hershey Choclat away found only one station Worse, however was the cost radio. In the evening when we had we also traveled secondary
factory we headed north for the> town we told us that $59.46. That equates to 32 gallons at settled into the campground and Canadian farmers grow corn and
Canadian border leaving the state open. The laws attendant allowed only one station $1.86 per gallon Canadian money,or turned on the television we found lots of it.The land is fertile,and corn Sop! Page MB
a few miles out of Watertown, New Canadian to be open in each town on Sun- $1.20 per gallon American money. the two communication mediums .was growing as thick as hair on a

The Canadian Border...

When entering Canada by motor I .. DOUBLE COUPONS GOOD IN PLEASE ... ...
100. "
vehicle the first contact is will JACKSONVILLE, CLAY
custom officials, located at each i I .. COUNTY FERNANDINA =i.MM.Dot**.,MCanrrrnrM-,6sn.Gr.h..e.IWlsi'S e. : .

border crossing. The official will ask I WEEK ST. AUGUSTINE' STARKE, :"P." CMWOFM yr"r.r-f e-*OB :Smmttt Om OMMf=:
several questions"Where the first from of which, and I NUC TR LIVE: OAK LAKE CITY, ;"Zii I. :::; = -
is always are you [ .
what country are you a citizen of&" GAINESVILLES, HIGH -----rw0-.errOe----eAreYb-eA-r1AYYl..-.- ee-
FLORIDA ,.. ...... ... ..
If the answer is one of the fifty I SPRINGS I PERRY PALATKA. -
American states, and citizen of the o PONS CHIEFLAND MADISON
United States the official will be ONLY! CALLAHAN & MACCLENNY
satisfied and will proceed will
other questions such as "How long Iii I '- ::
will you stay in Tanada&: Do you ;
have any pets with you& Any fruitsor fK!
vegetables" He always asks i if Rake at WINN-DIXIE.
you have a firearm in your vehicle : rJ: up savings
It is advisable to leave firearms at \ i' V9
home if you plan to enter Canada,
except for those going on available bona fide I j' Raking up in the fall usually prices that are easy to swallow.
hunting trips. Permits are \ 1.
for long guns but hand guns are not ," f' means leaves. But at WINN-DIXIE, You can also depend on our weekly -
allowed. .. r .
it means savings. We're fully specials to save you even more.
Currency Exchange the I i stocked with all the foods you When you want high quality food
Immediately upon
border there is an official currency, need for delicious fall recipes with at low prices shop WINN-DIXIE.
exchange facility in which one may; .
swap American dollars for Canadian -
,at the official rate of exchange .
Canadian businesses will accept I _
American money, but the traveler 'ri'
may not always receive the official 1 I
rate therefore one should convert fI LA
his money at the border exchange 1
or in a bank. J
Early in September, the Canadian
dollar was trading for.644 American)
money. Robert Driggers and I con
verted $300 each, receiving $406.80
each in Canadian funds. It looked as
though we had found a way to get
rich, but we later found it "ain't _
necessarily so." Exchange) rates: 1
change from day to day. Several
years ago the Canadian dollar was: e

dollar.worth more than the American tL : _

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Canadian Drivers...

Perhaps one of the first things 1 I __
became conscious of was the pa
tience of Canadian drivers. They FILL YOUR FREEZER SALE!
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tend to queue up behind a lead vehicle -- -
and run in line for miles at a
time. U f tNOKE
Speed limits are variable depen Star-ft&t
ding on road conditions with some 1
limits being set as high as 100 1g .,.
kilometers per hour, which equates -'
to 63 miles per hour. It was noted
however that impatient Canadian I -
drivers paid no attention to double
lines when they decide to pass, WOO BEEP BRANO BONELESS U.0.CHOICI ,
another vehicle. In Canadian cities SIRLOIN t
pedestrians have the right of way at' SI I/AEtRI EAr ':O.ASTDR TOP V
all street crossings and drivers, SAVE 700 u qT PRRM STEAK iI
were very careful to recognize thai STAR9C1ST
right. The roads were excellent,, SUPERBLEND
although repair crews were at work COFFEE TUNA $ 197
throughout the several provinces we L
visited. There were some traffic 4/H '
delays because of the road work the $
worst being in the south bound lane 24961Z.0L54c uit101Y101/ctin an KJCU"M FLANDERS IEEE PATTIES. $459l3oz.
out of Montreal. Top Sirloin *li7
BAG A3i iiit PAnIES . s1S9s
Bill Boards...
. '". $799Al
Apparently Canada has a or
billboards, because the only sign; $359
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were the official road markers PEPSI I 07 RIOULAR or IITI SOSCKll er
While the roads were generally wel 2BfL\ $1 MILLERBEER ..$"' 1 COMICE 78CRIGULAR PORK NICK80NES Sf $5'
marked the absence of commercia COLA . u -
billboards left us uninformed about or LOW e CALORII . e &; '" PEARS . to 1 1t PARERIas . : M7POtK

the' availability of many goods and ALL PLAYORS CITRUS HAJTVlrr IRISH WISTIRN RIZLITS . >770
services in which we were in 19
terested. Gasoline stations are infre 2LTR 79c ORONiA..a. $1 99 iiNGS $q99
quent along the roads, and are to b< DRINKS BTL' POTATOES BAG
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Troop 520 and the Brad-
ford County Public Library cosponsored
the annual Halloween
r party last Tuesday, Oct. 28 at the
library and the First United
Methodist Church Fellowship Hall.
The costumed guests were treated
to refreshments, cookie decorating
a cup-cake walk, pumpkin toss, and
fishing,all with plenty of prizes and
Winners of the costume prices
were doctor Charles Y.
,a HI, pumpkin Tatum WalmsleYd
Texas chain saw massacre Scott
Thrift.Librian Arnold Weeks and his
i staff were judges for the event.
Cadettes participating were
Danielle Smith, Pamela Patterson( 'I p rJkT -
4I Annette Williams, Sarah Looney
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a t Brandi Moody, Chris Sova,Toni Kic-
'(I_ citelle Brooke Watson, Samantha
Deese, Leigh Ann Odom, Kelly Ann 't1c
Duncan, Jennifer Stivers, Melissa ,
Gros, Jennifer Richardson, Ilollie
Varseko Stacey Meyers, Tracie
m.-- ---- Vanzant, Tushina Vanzant and Jen-

Halloween Fun at Starke Elementary... nifer Keys. ... .
Leaders of Girl Scout Cadette I. -
I Students at Starke Elementary put on their finest special exhibition by trick skateboard and bike riders Troop 520 are Carolyn Eaves and Pumpkin Tatum Thrift
costumes for the annual day of fun at the school in from hairs Bike Shop in Starke. Joyce Sutton. I
Starke complete with treats plenty of tricks and aSpooks II I. .__ _.Al .....


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4 acres land, near intersection of Geiger Road &

Colley Road, Starke, Bradford County, Florida. i
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jA LiJHIi; -lL:r TIME: 10:00 a.m. I

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Call C.W. Grant, Trustee, 1-353-5962 for complete Continuity decor is essential
when refurbishing your home. One
T4e info & legal description.Absolute. way to achieve continuity is to
auction. carpet the entire house with the
: same style of carpet thus havingthe

cc stf.i i :1 -QI --""' .... .... ""' .... ._-...-----.-......... throughout same the pattern home. and color
Another way to achieve continuil' !
-.1 ty is to carpet the main living area
s Restaurant and adjoining hallways or stairways

& Lounge I J J with bedrooms the same dens etc.carpet.can be Connecting oarjy: ltd
in colors which comppim| >/ the
iII : 800 N. Temple Avenue Starke main decor.
We can counsel with you on making -
,.b'v', 1 M ., the proper selection of colors
i and patterns.Samples of carpets are
: Featuring Chinese and American Food on display in our showroom.

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Spooks were everywhere last '
week in celebration of Halloween.
Elementary schools celebrated .
with carnivals, there was a party at
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the county last Friday there were .FIBERGLAS BAnS NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION
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Above is Carolyn Autry at Mit SAVE SAVE
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Tax Reform 1986. winners and losers I r

The Tix Reform Act of 191)6) $14,875 for married persons filing 1.'m'lhl 1987!) lax year, the standard
.shortened l "TIIA "6" was! designed separately. All income above these deduction for all individuals other
l hy the U.S. Congress to make the levels is taxed ;at the 28% rate. than the elderly. a/llllho blind I Is setas
tax code "simpler, fairer and more follows!:
c'lI I il'l'nl" The benefit of paying tax on some
income at the 15% rate is phased out Joint Filers, $3,750:
remains! to be seen, if congress for high-income taxpayers through a Miirricd, filing separately' $1,80I
met any one of I the \three goals, said rate adjustment. (Iht effect, a 5% I leads of household & singie$2,540Personal
Eddie: Douglas! partner in the local "surcharge" will be placed on taxable -
CPA 1 linn ol Davis, Monk, Karnsworth income in the phase-put range.) Kxemplions.; ..
and Co. For married couples J filing jointly, TKA'86 increases the $totto
the phase-out of the 15% rate sonal exemption for each per
presenting an oversight generally begins at $7tHK! ) of taxable taxpayerand
Douglas was
each del|>endcnl to$1,900! in 1987,
income, with the phase-out
01 TKA 86 to members and $l)5! () in iwffl! and $2,000 in l<89.
guests of the StarkeBradl'ordChainher completed when income reaches
of Commerce, at a lun- $149,250! In other words, by the limea i
d1l'on.lllsl Thursday,Oct. :30, held at married couple's taxable. income To prevent high-income taxpayersfrom
I the Western Steer Steak House. reaches$t49,2.r! >o,all of it is subject to enjoying too !large; a tax benel it
a 28% rate. The phase-out of the 15% from this increase beginning in
"There arc significant tax rate rate 1 begins at $4:1.: ,,0 for single taxpayers 1988, the new law phases out the personal
cuts fewer deductions tougher $61,650 lor heads of exemption through the use of a i
treatment for tax shelters and household and $:)!),'J50) for married 5% surcharge, for Individuals with
businesses. TIIA '86 provides all persons I filing separately.For taxable incomes exceeding the
this, and inure" said Douglas. dollar amounts at which the 15% tax I I,
returns hied for I the l)87! tax rate is completely phased out.\ SfqItNO VOu SINCE 1BB II iID I I
Congress( has overhauled the lax year, a transitional rate schedulewill
system in one of the most sweeping be used. Therefore, the full exemptions currently :
reforms ever made in the history of benelit of the new lower rates! won'tbe available for the elderly and 1 II I
income taxes. Few taxpayers will loll until the I!mil"! lax year blind are repealed being replaced, OF I
escape the impact of the new law. al least in part, by the additional
Millions of people will pay less in standard deduction available to
taxes, although some middlc-and Standard Deduction... these individuals.
higher-income people will feel a bigger The current law's zero bracket f
Dependents Lose..
, tax bite.Businesses. amount is changed to a standard .
will see tax rates fall, deduction. This standard deductionis Unlike under prior law, the per
but will lose some valued tax breaks. available to those! people who do sonal exemption is not allowed to a I
Investors, stripped of several lax not itemi/.e their d'ductionll in figuring person who can be claimed as a yEBSTER'S
1 benefits, such as! lower capital gains their taxable income. Beginning dependent on another. taxpayer's DEFINITION OF i iFi'nten'
tax rates I will have to reassess in IUH8! !, the standard deduction return.
Your TG&Y is McCrory Store
where to place their money. amount are: Thus, where a child with reportable !- now a !,
Hetirement plans and their participants income can be claimed as a A store where; part of America's largest 5 & 10 chain.
will have to deal with a Married. tiling jointly, $5,000 dependent on his or her parent's tux variety 0
number of new rules.Individual Married I tiling separately $2,500 return! the child may not claim a wide prlced Come discover and enjoy oldfashioned'arlety store shopping:
Single liters, $3,000: personal exemption for him-or low- sold. It's affordable, fun and excitingl
Rates.. Heads of Household $4,400An herself, on the fluids return articles is It's the place your money buys what you need and fun stuff tool
TKA '86 repeals the current! multirates additional standard deduction Experience new & exciting merchandise at affordable prices!
fur individuals, which range amount, of $600 is allowed for an Continued Next Week... Thousands & thousands of items in one compact store.
Irom 11& to 50%, and replaces! them elderly aga( 65 or older or blind individual The review of"TKA '86 is too long
with a new two-bracket rate if he or she is married $750 for a single story, and will be con-
schedule 15% and 28%. if single. The additional (teduction is tinued in the wceks-to-come, covering -
The 15% rate applies to taxable' income doubled if (he individual is both many of its complex issues.
up to $29,750 for joint return elderly and blind. For those people Information this series has
filers $17,850 for single taxpayers, only, the new standard deduction been furnished by Davis, Monk.
$:!:!,9no for heady nl) hnu<-hnlr1.. I rod amounts are el'eclive for 1987. Frnsworth and Co. of Starker

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day| afternoon on US-3011n Starke. The accident report is bl'lngilhllt'hl, according to local authorities.The -
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Applications sought to fill Judge Crews seat 4682624HOURS

The Judicial Nominating Commis- tified to the Governor, in terview process will begin at 3 p.m. and other information received fromor
Nov. 11 and be applicants and all in- : Mon.-Frl. 8-5:30: pmPra"ureTreetedLumber
sion of the Eighth Judicial Circuit in- alphabetical order.Application on Tuesday,
forms be obtained reconvened, if necessary, on terviews and proceedings of the Sat. 9-4 pm
vites applications from all qualified may _____
persons for nomination by the Com- from Henry L. Gray Jr., Chair. Wednesday, Nov. 12,commencing at Commission, except for deliberations CLOSED SUNDAYGordon's
mission for gubernatorial appoint- man of the Judicial Nominating 5 p.m. Each applicant will benotified by the Commission, shali be
ment to fill the unexpired term of the Commission, 211 N. E. 1st Street, of his or her scheduled inter open to the public.
Honorable John J Crews, Circuit Gainesville, Florida 32601. All applications view appointment. All applicationsCOMMISSARY
Judge, who has resigned, effective shall be returned to the
midnight December 31, 1986. Chairman before 12:00: noon on Mon-
The jurisdiction of the Circuit day, /Nov.'; 10, 1986, The commissionwill
Court is specified in Article V, Sec- interview the applicants, Individually FOOD STORESR i
tion 5 of the Constitution of the Stateof at the office of W. Henry 225 at US 301 Lawtey
Florida. To be qualified for ap- Barber, Commission Secretary 203 78230171
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tltpeu personailhall have found to Center ut
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select and recommend for 1-75 on US 90. Is having their Plus Tax & Deposit 16 oz. btl.6

gubernatorial appointment three grand re-opening under new Coke & Pepsi . . .Pk'189
nominees whose names shall be cer- management the weekendof Suitcase OldMilwaukee

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SFCCfrom date the Fairgrounds will Busch . . . . .. 8 49 LONDON I PUERTO DI 1M
host an Antique Car Show 8 Pack DRY f RICAN

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Budweiser . . & tax 299 cosof & DARK
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Wigglesworth of Alachua County reserve Inside booths or out- Budweiser . . izPk699'a CORDONS CASE 99 RONRICO
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J La\vtcy Man battery criminal mischief and tober in Bradford County,accordingto month of October, according to Lt. fire was extinguished\ at Laura and Family Court Judges at the Blue'
Gets Time trespass, according to Deputies court records. Joe Dobson. Church and Market Rds. Ridge Institute. .'
York and Aderholt. Bond was set at Dorothy K. Slayton & Frank B. One call was a structure fire, two Nine' southern States were
For Sex OffenseA $500, he was released on his own Slayton. were dumpster fires and one was a represented at this year's sym-
recognizance. Michael Anthony Davis & Karen woods fire. Bradford posium held August: 10-14 rat Black
M-y: far-old Law ley man was: County
Denise Davis. Oct. 6 at 6:13: p.m. fire units were Mountain North Carolina. The In-
sentenced months
to Imprison-
ment Nov. 3 for the sexual: assault of Rudolph Carter of Starke was arrested James Ray Crawford & Polly E. dispatched to the area of SR-100 and Judge Elected stitute studies juvenile delinquencyand
Nov. 5 for battery,trespass ofa Crawford. SW 6th St. to a woods fire.QR-10 was Bradford County Judge George H. dependency problems and
an Paul ll-ycar-old David girl.Fisher pled guilty to structure, burglary and criminal Ralph J. Box & Edith L. Box. first on the scene and advised! that.). Pierce was recently elected 1986-87 court-based approaches to address
lewd assault on a child under 16years mischief,according to Deputy York. David A. Barnes & Connie L. the fire was under control. President of the Southern", Juvenile these problems ,>
of age (a lesser included offense Barnes.'j Oct. 17 at 7:36 p.m. flrefight(6responded ( .'. ." ,. ;
) on charges he was arrested Traffic Bobby L. Sessions' & Elizabeth to the garbage dumpster
of bat- Charles Andrew Gordon Jr. of Sessions. on CR-229. The dumpster was fully
for in April. Charges sex"*
tery will be dismissed.In Gainesville was arrested Nov. 2 for Irvin Gary Browning & Melanie engulfed when the unit arrived, the NO VENT REQUIRED e
license Wilkins Browning. fire was quickly extinguished.Also .
sentencing him Judge George driving while suspended
the Patrolman llowell M. Williams&Billye Gayle on Oct. 17 at 12:06 p.m.
Pierce said he was giving him (DWLS), according to AGlii.
law. Williams. firelighters were summonded to a
maximum sentence under the Shulord.
Ray Michael E. Ricks & Melissa A. possible structure fire on CR-225.

Russell Allen Davis, 20, of Orange Ricks. The I tire was a grease fire in the kit- !Glii.. GAS GRILLSDearborn
Additional Charges Park was arrested Nov. 2 for driving Everett Monroe Glisson & Linnie chen and was brought quickly under
Charncll: Glisson. control. New River VFD and Union V
under influence (DUD), according to
Against Bradley Patolman Shuford. Davis was stop- David Trahan&LeAnn Trahan. Correctional Institution VFD also VCh TWIN
Additional drug charges were ped when he\*as observed doing ex- Michael K. Bright & Ireta Ross responded.
placed against Lucian Paul Bradley cessive speed and crossing the Bright. Oct. 25 at 9:43 p.m. a dumpster I WItI II II ti BURNER
Oct. 31. His wife, Patricia Ann II
center line. His blood alcohol contentwas !: l __ AUTOIGNITOR ,.
Bradley 33, also was arrested.The .14 percent. Davis was: released Starke Fire Dept. -!=...
couple was charged on war-of after a$1162.50: cash bond was posted Answers 22 CallsThe N REGULATOR
rants with unlawful possession 1
controlled substance-cocaine and William Harold Chapnick, 30, of Starke Fire Department AND HOSE
possession of a controlled substance- Inverness was arrested Nov. 3 at responded to 22 calls during the 20
cannabis, according to InvestigatorDavid 2:42: a.m. for DUI and expired month ol October, according to IHIRtP ? GAS HEATER
Aderholt. driver's license, according to Firelighter Rusty Barrette. 53 TAtBdK
The recent charges stemmed from Parolman Shutord. Chapnick'sblood Four calls: were to structure fires Heats up BTU, C I
the original ident which L. B. and alcohol content was .12 per which proved to be minor, said Bar- Out Patient completely installed with gas 10 ft.
Noonan Bradley, his brother, and cent. rette. One call was a dumpster tire Tubing Included. REG. M 09
Jeff Harris were arrested Sept. 26. one call to a trash fire and four were Services REG. '
The investigation was conducted by Alcides B. Noriega of North Miami vehicle I ires. Four calls were for '399 NOW $24800
the Florida Department ot Law En- .
was: arrested Nov. 5 for DUI accor- smoke investigations.Two -INCLUDING GAS-
forcement.The after ding to Trooper Clark L. Williams. culls: were for Rescue assist Monday FridayBy
couple were released a
His blood alcohol content was ..17percent. and five were false alarms. -,
$1,000 surety bond was posted for the One call was to a vehicle accident Appointment TANKS TANK INSTALLATION
cocaine charge, and on their own SR-227/US-301) where extrictation (LP-GAS) WITH FROM 25 TO 10OO GALLONS
recognizance on the marijuana
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Robert Lee Koser of Starke was GAUGES rNNORTHFLORIDAVRlCt
arrested for no tag (failure to pay Bradford Hospital
line), according Deputy York. Ileilbron LOANED/LEASED .
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Taking PurseAn Divorces GrantedIn Responds to Four CallsThe = ". JACKSONVILLE 771.4340
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Loyd Gordon Rowton was chargedwith
grand theft, concealed weapon PINEHURST VARIETY STORE
and posession ot drug paraphernalia
Hwy. 100 S. Across from Southslde Elem. Starke
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Burchick and Doug Powell 1 1 Puce-Wise
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valued at $160, according to the Vodka Ron I
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Police arrested Sandra Me- 599
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Miles Arthur Northington 18, of Unleaded Gasoline
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Investigator David Aderholt. Nor- 301 Liquors & Lounge
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Arabians a sure winner for coupleFrom I

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PUKP/ I ter and better," Gretchen said. "We end but it can be very rewarding.It's .
times, up to several million dollarsor have a mare who is due to foal in a lot of work. Building a fine .
more about three months. The family bloodline does not come easily, but
The Oehls lived in WashingtonState keeps growing." the great thing about this profession
and Oregon before moving to Robert Oehl is a commercial pilot is that despite the high prices of the
Bradford County, a cross-country who says he "aquired an interest" in more famous animals, anyone could
drive that was grueling for both the horses when the couple married start out with a small budget and a
humans and horse alike. and now can give enough facts and lot of work and expect to build a good
,, I "They came through it alright,butI figures on the breed to satisfy the bloodline."
was worried about them all the avid horseman. "We're looking for mares right
way over," Gretchen said. "Horses "It's fascinating business," now," Gretchen added. "We would
4L 4 dehydrate quickly on a long trip. Robert said. "These days the valueof like to have a few more foals on the
One of the mares we have lost over the animals, especially the ones way if we could get them."
150 pounds on the drive over here." with championship bloodlines, are Who knows, if the Hampton couple
Nevertheless, the couple thinks going sky-high. You have to be will- keeps building their ranch with the
the trip was well worth the trouble. ing to deal with the differing per- exotic animals, Starke could be
; t "We have more room here for sonalities, the politics and business rivaling Ocala in a couple. years.
what we want to do, Gretchen saidas
the sword galloped in playful
circles in a large fenced-in enclosure
"We have more land here for the TarketfNOWAX
x- horses and we want to keep the
F business growing as well. The land
fl between here and Ocala is some of VINYL FLOORING
the finest countryside in the nation
for raising horses and I'm glad we
came. The people here are very
friendly and we see a big market
developing in the state in the yearsto
They are off to fine start. All of the \
horses currently owned by the Oehls
Proud Owner... are either a son or a daughter of a up I Iw. I rebate
national The Sword's t0
Gretchen Oehl stands between her two mares highly sought after horses. champion.
father was famous he
"Suraffa" on the left and Bay Amber Abi on the right The Oehls sell their animals through trade particularly -
was both a U.S. national and Cana-
two of the Arabians she has built her award a j
I up winning magazines and word-of-mouth among their clientel. dian champion and was co-owned bya II I
bloodlines with over the past 15 years of breeding the I 4
group out west worth more than
$18 million.
"Our bloodline keeps getting bet-

I Bradford Rescue Again Tops 100 Ru[IS% 'r

Bradford Rescue responded to 103 resulting from a vehicle accident.
calls during the month of October, Thirteen calls were to cardiac pa- 1,
according to Emergency Services tients and eleven people suffered 1/ ;
Director Cliff Chapman. respiratory problems.Two .
69 of the calls required the calls were to obstretic pa-
transporting of 71 patients, 34 calls tients and one was suffering from an
required no transporting. emotional problem. Four calls were j r
Eight runs were made by the false alarms (prank calls). Ten calls I
back-up unit and one patient was were cancelled and two people were
transported by ShandsCair and one dead when the unit arrived.
by Life Flight. < QK-10
The majority of the patients, 47, Quick Response-10 responded to
were taken to Bradford Hospital. six calls during October, said Chap- Save $2.00 per square yard on
Eight were transported to Alachua man.
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Twenty-four were WARRANTY NMMHIsculfv.nu) st.ims staint and fading
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I BMS Book Fair Nov. 14 to 21 I NEW & USED -The wirldV_. most----experienced-- flooring company.

Bradford Middle School will spon- science, nature, cralts, mystery and CARS & TRUCKS l "
sor a student book fair Friday, Nov. reference books. in best
The book fair committee invitesall Bring your CARPET
14 through Friday, Nov. 21. TEAL TILE &
Students will be able to browse students, parents and visitors to deal, let me try to ..
and purchase books between 8:30: attend the fair. The fair will en- beat it! 131 N. Street
a.m. and 2:30: p.m. Books will be on courage student interest in readingand i r Cherry
display the media center. in building home libraries. Profits
I will be used for library books. t STARKE Starke, Florida ,
,I -M-Jxhe books are all new and all The media center is sponsorin! MS W. Madison
W7 dlng ,Interests will be this eV flvithess,AbdpllawUM .. tv' J. F 884-7200, _, ,. j l L 964-7423 .
represented, including classics, fic- media specialist, serving as book
tion adventure stories fair ..
\ biographies, chairwoman. -----
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of your all new

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I ACMi nearly new 2 bedroom home fully 5, call 964.5251. 3/07 tin needed at Whispering Pines Car Ctr YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear, '
1 ACRE OF LAND, with well S septic
964.6220. EOE. 12/STF criville
Call Susan Cook ladles apparel chlldrens/maternlty, r
carpeted. Beautiful yard. Apple A tank, power pole $6,500. Call SALESPERSON honest !
EXPERIENCED sizes, petite dancewear/aeroblc
pear trees blueberries ft grapes 12 x 4311733. 11/6 Itpd larg. r
clean cut A MUST!! References required or accessories store. Jordache, Chic (!
32 utility building work shop & laun 11/4 ACRE TO S ACRE LOTS for sale.
dry. Located In Whispering Pines Owner finance. 496.2494. 11/6 Itchg ; possible $25,000 first year. Ap Lee, L.vl.) liod, Gltano, Guess, Calvin REALTYCecelia
S Motors, 207 N. Temple.. No
Estates off Hwy 229 Starke. $30.000. ply D & Klein, Servlo Valente, Evan Plcone, Liz ,
Ph. 964.4119. 11/6 Itpd LOSTFOUNDLOST phone calls. 4/3 TF Claiborne, Members Only' Gasoline, ,
3 BR, 1 BA BLOCK HOUSE Hardwood & Healthtex, over 1000 others. $14.300 to
REAL ESTATE LICENSING only 4 $23,900 Inventory Training, fixtures, 964-7776
dining ,
carpet separate room
very private lot In quiet neighborhood. BLUE TICK MALE. 6 months old. Call 1.755 4040. N. Ha.! Real Estate Cole grand opening, etc Can open 15 days.Mr I
$39.500.964.4470. 116ltpdBOATS Last seen in Sampson City, Sunday, loge 7/3TFN Keenan ((305)) 678.3639. 1.1/6 Itpd C.c.II 0 T.rw III 205 N. Temple Starke
3000 GOVERNMENT JOBS LIST $16,040 .gar
Nov. 2. Please call 964.7648 after 5
11/6 Itpd 59230yr. Now Hiring. Call
LOST p.m. 2 MALE WALKER HOUNDS In 8056876000 Ext. 5504. 10/16 7tpd NEW CONCEPT IN BOOK PUBLISHING. National Association of Realtors said the average existing

Heilbronn Springs area on Nov. 2. One 11/27 NATIONAL BOOK PUBLISHER WILL ( home is more affordable now than at any time in
197 I*' REGAL TRI HULL with 85 h.p. has name David Baldree on col ALLOW YOU TO TURN AN INVESTMENTOF
M.rcury and trai'er.,' $1800. Dale lar/other has name Mark Reddish on MANAGER NEEDED far convenience UNDER $35 INTO A VERY PRO the last eight years, due to steady mortgage rates and a
Brown. 964.6050. 10/2 tin collar. 964 6822. 11/6, Itcha store.' Only experienced need apply FITABLE LIFETIME INCOME: $50,000 PER slight drop in the median resale price.
Pep.O Fond Store 620 S. Walnut, YEAR OR MORE IS QUITE POSSIBLE
.*.*.*-* $ *.* ij*. Oi'iffi-*. ffiiffiffiO Slarke. 9/18 tlriclig ALL IS BASED ON YOUR EFFORT. CAN SPECIAL
THE CITY OF STARKE Sanitation A trash BE PART-TIME OR FULL.TIME. NO EXPERTISE OWNER MUST MOVE Cedar board and batten, fireplace,
FAULKNER dept position is of now truck taking driver applications Must be at MINIMAL. NO SALES range, refrlg., d/w, CH/A, fenced yard, city water ft sewer,

of and have Florida MEETINGS NO DOOR.TO.DOOR SELLING rOlr, 1,456 sq. ft. Assum. mortgage, 58500.
least 18 age ap
221 W. Lafayette Street Chauffers years license Apply City Hall, AND NO INVENTORY. OUTSTANDING .- .- i"i .-' .- .- .- .- >.- -- .- .- ..-_ -,. -,
EASY TO ENJOY Brick, 3BR, 1 '/.BA, CH/A, large family
2 Blocks S. of Hwy. 100 on U.S. 301 Merrell Does office., 10/30 2'chg 11/6 OPPORTUNITY FOR THOSE WHO
room !with/ fireplace, living dining room, room
Access to Crystal
9645069Susan area both skilled and unskilled. For PUBLISHING MAY BE, AND PROBABLYIS
(g. list of |lobs and application call ((615)) ) THE WAVE OF THE FUTURE. WRITE ALL TREAT AND NO TRICKS: New 3 BR, 1 '/ BA brick home,
383 262/ Ext. J507. Icon 86-337 FOR FREE COLOR BROCHURES AND FINANCE.
kitchen equipped. OWNER
M. Faulkner, GRI, CRB YOU CAN EARN $3 $10 per hour selling COMPLETE INFORMATION: CHARLESN.
REAUOR" Avon For iii motion all: Romano DANNALS 19 VERNON ROAD NW .A JOY TO LIVE IN: Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH/A, 3 BR, 2 BA,

REALTOR 782-3068. 11/6 l'pd ATLANTA, GA 30303. fcan 86.338 spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Flo. room, utility room,
RN OR LPN to perform mobile hnuronceexams fence. $44,,000.
Realtor Associates 2
In Starke. be experienced OWN YOUR OWN $13.99 one price skylights, utility bldgs., privacy
Ir.n.L. Faulkner 964-5U2eves. Muat retail LIVING 2/1 Frame on five nice lots-
.. In, venlpunclures. Good pay, part-time designer shoe store A price UNCROWDED : cottage
Lucille Spry 964.8420.v... hours Call 13965880 or 1.246.0295 N unbelievable for quality shoes normally Kingsley Lake Village 30500.
Marty Russell' 473.7694.v. after 5 11/6 priced from $19 to $60. Over 150 with
p.n. Itpd GET AWAY TO LIVING-CB home with 2.25 acres CH&A
brand names 250 I'ylet. $14,300 to
PERSON for furniture
*49 ACRE FARM only $65,000. Assumable mor DEPENDABLE delivery Call 78233/2. II/6ltpd $23,900 inventory, tialning, fixtures, approx. 1,456 sq. ft. SE 34th Ave. $50,500.


part.time" 3 mornings $4.50 per hour 1,000 brands of apparel, accessory 103'x770' Selling price $18,900 ea. $2,000 down, ((10%
HOME 4 BR in town. $34,500. prox.
2 STORY plus bonus, must be able to cold call. dancewear/aerobic, children,' shop
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME on 1 acre. Great Mimi 782379011/6Itdg, Can open 15 days. Mr. Loughlin ((612)) for 10 years). Reduced! 16750.
888 4228. 11/16 Itpd! eEXCElLENT BUY 80 ACRES-$96,000 Heavy pines, 20 acres

location for prison employee. WE MAKE MONEY THE OLD-FASHIONED OWN YOUR OWN turn key business cleared, fenced, barn on St. Rd. 235 near New River.

$18,000 1 acre with 3 BR mobile home. WAY, We earn it. Get the whole story. Distribute Frill Lay and similar snack FISHERMAN'S DREAM 2 BR, 1 BA frame cottage, garage,

ONLY 2 lots still available joining golf course. MAID Call 9648397.EXPERIENCED 11/6 l Itpd good references, for food you products by 'he Ihrnugh company accounts No selling set up drive-in boathouse and screened deck overlooking Crosby

230. own transportotinn-ph.964.5709. 11/6 Census of industry figures shows Lake Inlet. CH&A, $39,995.
Frontage on Hwy
average monthly profit of $1537.67 on FURNISHED 1981 Guerdon
COMMERCIAL FRONTAGE on Hwy 301. Includes JOBS $17,747 to $63,459/year. minimum, cash !Inves'-nent of $15,000
doublewide-Sampson Lake Access, $35,000.
Expansion is au'omatic' 'hrougli coin
nice bldg. 'with over 1 acre. 1 now 518 459 hiring.3535 Ext.I A3377 Call for JOBLINE Info, 24 pony ticlpa'ion' If you are selec'ed IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE FAMIL Y-S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd. 100

*2 LOTS in town, priced to sell. Ins, II '63'pd 11/20 No special vehicle needed. Wri'e New East) 2.7 ac., 5 BR, 3 BA, living room, dining room, kitchen,

TWO HOUSES for the price of one. Great for rental ("MIDDLE-AGED COUPLE to work In motel American, Alabama, P.O. 35236 Box 360247 or call toll Birmingham free 1 eat-in area or study, den, office, all appliances, drapes, large,
J '/. miles nor'h of
and live. No
in with fish I
investment or live in one, rent the other. S'arke v n J01 964184. 10/2 tfnchg 1 1800.231 0563. Ask lor Operator 4.S. attractive deck overlooking a quarter acre fish pond
11/6 1'pd AN INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING-Corner Orange & Pratt

$28,500. Terms. Sub- 3 Br., 2 Ba., CH&A, LR, DR, family room & screened in patio.
LOTS AVAILABLE ten located in Golfview
HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT-Lovely brick, colonial home

division. &$$ < off Geiger Rd.4 bedrooms 2 baths-approx. 2700 sq. ft.-10.09

WHISPERING PINES S/D 1 acre with almost new Accelerated Inc. ", acres-many amenities

double wide. Many extras. Realty h' WALK TO EVERYTHING! 1032 E. Call St., 3 BR, 1 '/ bath,

PRICE REDUCED, owner wants to sell. 3 BR, 1 Vi 964-4544 45000. Extra large lot.
: 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd.
block house. Only $32,900.
BA concrete
Owner will finance $82,322. A smart Florida Investment
1 BR, 1 BA in Keystone Heights area with lots of INVESTORS: 438 Acres in South Bradford County. Partially

extras, carport, central heat & air, ceiling fan, 11520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke Florida subdivided highway frontage, close to school, $1,000 per

chain link fence, screened porch. New storage Homes Lots Acreage Waterfront acre. Hardwood trees. Developer's dream I
building in back. Home is less than 2 yrs. old Charge* Farms to List *Your Property for Sale ....PREFERRED PROPERTIES....
NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-f or.development
looks new. Call and discuss It with us.
SIX ACRES-Grgat -Primitive Baptist $12,000.
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HOME. 3 BR 2 BA central heat,,& r'' yy
NEW CEDAR j RUSTIC CYPRESS HOM IN THE COUNTRY 1 BR, 1 BA large living room | -HI & DRY14.05 Ac., ::2 wells, septic tank"' $35OOOY:

air, many extras. Over 1400 sq. ft. of front porch, I CHSA, stove and dishwasher on 1 acre WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre $15,000.

ont' acre with access to Sampson Lake. Just I GREAT BUY Super home, for entertaining' 3 BR, 2 BA, Great roan with I PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide.
I Central and s'ereo. workshop |
CHSA vacuum
fireplace nice dining area
wells! 3 tanks.
reduced. beautiful SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres, 2 septic
and fishpond all on 5 acres.SCOTCH
BEAUTIFUL 10 acre pecan grove on County Rd. ? Then see this frame home 4 BR, 2 BA large living ,room .->n I I FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club 90000.
acre with large shade trees, $27,900. 1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East $7,700
Terms Available. INTRINSIC QUALITY Beautiful brick home on 1 acre, 5 BR. 2 BA living and | 1 CROBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' 17000.

REDUCED Crystal Lake access. Block home, 3 dining rooms, closets galore, enclosed garage and utility room. KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 lots 65'x130' $2,750 ea.
SMALL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Meat processing plant with large meat j
BR, 2 BA, CH/A, fireplace, dishwasher, ceiling I cooler on 20 acres near Lake Butler Priced to sell. | LAWTEY AREA-Five acres $1 .000.

fans, large deck overlooking the lake and a 2 car | QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD Duplex Unit. 2 BR, 1 BA living.dlning-kitchen | -15 ACRES HWY 1833000.. One mile off 301.

combo, $27,900. -1 RENTAL available.
garage. HWY 301 NORTH 251 feet on Hwy. large yard parking area, frame home | OKLAWAHA RIVER: three plus acres, $15,000.
3 BR, 2 BA, MOBILE HOME on SR 16. Completely in really good condition, 4 BR, 1 BA, screened porch. RIVERBEND ESTATES One acre, $4,500.
anxious to sell. FOR THE THRIFTY Mobile home on Hwy 16E 3 BR 2 BA. CH&A well t septic
furnished. Owner 35000. LAWTEY 4 BR 2 BA, 2 story, 1 acre.

INVESTMENT 3 BR, 2 BA, only $25,000. Kitchen BROOKER AREA Neat and clean mobile home on 2 lots, 2 BR, 2 BA, After Hours

screened porch, storage building.
equipped. 964.6323
ACREAGE 10 acres, South Cloy County R.sld.nlial.Agrlcultur.. $17,,900. Pauline Randolph
IMMACULATE 3 BR, 2 BA, has fireplace, nice ACREAGE 20 acres, NW Bradford County Good water $49,900. Randy Cory 475.2597 ,

pool with deck, plus screen porch, custom blinds, ACREAGE 4.55 acres and 2.16 acres, near Graham. I Anne Terwillegar Nelson 473.7541
ACREAGE 14.05 acres, SW Bradford County with pecan trees and 2 wells
ceiling fans and assumable mortgage. LAKE LOTS Sampson Inlet Sampson Lake and Crosby Lake Owner financj

LARGE LOT, chain link fence, 3 BR, 1 BA, frame, 1 j ing available.
assumable ; CITY LOTS 2 nice lots on Hwy. 16 W, only 2 blocks from Hwy. 301.
CH&A, good mortgage.
ONE OF THE NICER Starke homes. Good HWY HWY 301 301 SOUTH SOUTH 4.5 146 ucros ft. frontage.with approx. 208 ft. frontage on highway. David Lawson Paint & Body Shop

2500 ft. Fireplace, | COMM. BLDG. IN CITY Approx. 15.000 sq. ft. floor space $74.500.
neighborhood, approx. sq. I Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCR

family room, breakfast room, custom drapes. d

Brick veneer. .FREE NOTARY SERVICES. 229 NW 28th St. 9646133TIN


Doublewide, over 1 Vi acres, only $25,000. AFTER HOURS: ---- ,

I .....964-6593 Novls Ward..964.7454John j
made doublewide Wayne! Douglas
16 WEST Beautiful custom on Supplies From
Gr.ene..533.2121 Bill Dodd............964.7408 I

1 acre with pool deck, workshop, double garage ) Irving Clark..964.7188 Cindy Kurtmay......964-7408 Durrance Pump & Supply ._

& other extras. Can be purchased completely or Tom Bement.........964-6439 Don Hood.............468-1905 ,
partially furnished. I James Dilts..964.8629 Patsy Lawson..964.6927 [ We Drill 2" to 6" Wells State Licensed \>

1 ACRE paved road frontage. $3,500 cash or ... US 301 North 664 N.Temple Ave..Starke _. .964-7061,4

$3,900 terms. -

LARGE. BEAUTIFUL building lot. Good area.

SHADED 3/4 ACRE with 4 BR, 2 BA home.
$42,900.: NEEDI! Next to school Huge fenced CHSA fireplace, extra nice, owner

22'/a ACRES, nice pasture land, fenced. Has ,t'y Broker yard 3 Br.. sunken family room ready for a sale.BEAUTIFUL .
w/fireplact. lg. screened porch on
several beautiful building sites on it. back CH/A side by side refrig, trash CUSTOM. BUILT HOMI-
Archl'ect designed Brick 4/4 3,200
PECAN TREES cover 8.71 acres with pasture & 2 1. OUTLA4522 ,MS* Compactor, Absolutely' Immaculate plus nf luxurious living wi'h many"

BR frame house. Good fence. Extra well & septic n.Appraiser Res', 8S4-694I Priced*ON GOLDEN at $61.000.POND 2/2 split plan aineni'ies. Fro," 2 to 60 act es OWN R
tank $49,900. mobile home on 1 acre Includes glassed

PULLET FARM with nice block house. ) OMLDICKSCW; : Res, 8S45689SUZANNEKITCHEN& In porch skirting, awning storage FOREST HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION 19
36 ACRE STARKE. FL, shed & outside lights \Vi acre lots, plus 7 aces Some paved
Call for details. r *PERFECT IN-LAW HOUSING or 2 road nice pine timber Reduced
r families. 2 nice homes on 1 large lot. 25000. OWNER SAYS SELL I
SECLUDED 27 ACRES partly cleared, some trees.
OeirtMon. iliruitrt LOU YOUNG! Separate Iivingv,but clcise .enough to
ONLY $23,000. R 5, 964-7525 keep a check on each other North of HOME BEAUriFULi $75.200 on 2
Stork. 03 t acres 3/2 1700 sq. ft., CH/A, manyextras.
Tree Lake Over one acre.
KEYSTONE Big area. .
*3 BR BRICK HOME on 3.64 acres
Assume mtg. and pay closing cops and take over MrtwCornmorelililuslneM, newly renovated kitchen. CHSA ft HOMEMAKER'S DREAM Separate

property. NEAT AS A PIN 2 Br., I Ba.. .in paneled walls picture' window houseIs wainsCiVed, dining nvtm and sunken
nestled amidst'8 .
Priced for sale 24500. 1 lyeeafctrees. Just den 3/2 CHSA. ab.we giound' ponl.
BA Owner Starke. quick
HOME 3 BR 1 $19,500.
STARTER reduced! Owner is fop offeVQi
ready on
us h.lp you select prim. .FOR PERFECTIONISTS This home offers Dbl gas ag. A 20 X 25 ups'alit moon to
financed. commercial property COUNTRY HOME you vs''dFiamed of b. completed to have
to much for so little. A provenfloor your own
with well. 3/2Vi\ Lg. family room. 2- owning. It has everything 4/2 over private! BR Suite All this only $66,000.
plan. '
HWY 100E 1 acre I INVESTORS Plnesong S/D Pave 2,000 sq. ft. Price just t !duc.JuOOO.,

OVER 2800 SQ. FT. Retail or office near shopping j road through property. Owner finance( car carport.ft grounds Immaculately Excellent maintainedhome location. OWNER FINANCED Country Club COMPLETELY REMODELED Lame.

'ing. aria building lots on .Be'stent.. Road & :'"mine! excellent condition on 1'/, acre.
HOME-ln approx..9ac. .tVB.nitn
.LARGE city on -
center. SOUTH OF STARK 2 corners at US ft. Flume Rd. ; New raipet throughout. 3 ceiling fa.....
... 4/2 CHSA 1900 plus sq
LARGE ACREAGE. Hampton area, less than I 301 A SR 18. 2 Money Makers Great foe a small family
assum. mtg. *MINI-FARM Betweei* dStUrke and
$1,200 per acre. NEW RETAIL/PROFESSIONAL .AWAY FROM THE CROWDS. You will Lake Butler,'4/2. C&J.iol\1, \ acs. Extras -
I BUILDING with of and
plenty parking
love the privacy Ills home, offers. 4/3 : Large CB bfdg. &'lavge' 'pole barn. w.Have Rentals
tracts. ,
EDWARDS ROAD 10 acre Located the
1 1j positive cash flow In
2,100 sq. ft. plus an extra large EXECUTIVE LIVING leCAaniry( Club.
j CLOSE TO HIGH SCHOOL over 2200 sq. ft. | busiest section of Starke. garage. Many outstanding features on Many many amment1Les'i !s 3 BR, 2 Retail Space NowAvallabl.

heated & air Large lot. Assumable mor *WELL ESTABLISHED comm.rclar 1.76ares.. BA brick ; _q. ft of .
space. In 301 PlateOur
from Bank. LOCA110N LOCATION Walk to luxurious l .
building across Community Vying{ .
converted to living on
tgage. Large attic can be Price has been drastically REDUCED to everything. Neat as a pin and '

space. Fenced yard. $39,500. move property manicured yard. 2 Br \? 9rjivt4J; Inquiries On Other Properties

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November8,19G BSKCTION: PIItI)

I r! Starke, Want Ads... r' Keystone Heights' Ads.: I

CARS & ------ --

CADILLACS Mercedes, Porsche etc, CHATEAU travel trailer. 33 ft., rear BEDROOM HOUSE with garage; and
Direct from Government Seized Indiug bedroom Ig. ref., AC:, self.sontalned, small yard In downtown Starke. $150 LAKE GENEVA RENTALS Weekly monthly MOWING, TRIMMING Edging. Any PERRY'S YARD SALE 11-8.86 from 105.
raids. Available your area. Sove like, new. 964.5318 or 7b23786. 10/16 per month no deposit required. 11/6 efficiency apartments 1 or 2 BR, work done by responsible' young men Three miles S. of Melrose on CR21.

$lhoutaiids$, 216.453.3000, Ext A4259. tfnchg ,ON KINGSLEY LAKE small cottage, couple call 4732919. 10/2 Ifnchg Call Kevin or Keith. 473.2438. 4tchg New 8 used some nice for gifts. Rain
10/302tpd 11/6 BEAUTIFUL DIAMOND RINO-Over 60 only. No pets Available to June 1. MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT $150 per 10/30.11/20 date. 112286. Itchg 11/6

1978 FORD CONVERSION VAN dual I year old. Retail value $800. Make of. Call 533.2366 11/6 tfnchg month. Partially furnished Keystonearea. RUMMAGE 8 CRAFT sale Fri. Nov. 7

A/C, auto ps. pb, cruise. Ice box with far 964 6864. tfnce 3 BR HOUSE $235. No young children. 4732026. 10/2 tfnchg HELP WANTED from 8.4 and Sot. Nov. 8 from 812.
9645518. 11/6 I Itpd LAKE GENEVA I or 2 BR furnished Hu'chlnson Road off SR214 S. Clothes'
slick, $4900 .FIRM. 9644514. 10/30 2(0 GAL. FUEL TANK with legs. Call
tfnchg 533-2403 alter 6 p.m. iwtfn RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month Retired or handyman caretaker couple RELIABLE FULL TIME Truck driver. household ,Items, books, plants and
and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner, Broker preferred $200 to $27$ mo. 473-7269 or handmade crafts Postmasters Retirement
1974 HONDA 550 Exec running; cond. 12.500 BTU WINDOW UNIT AIR CONDI- Omega Metals. 4734984. 2tchg
Owner at 964.5069 or 964.4048 TF 376.7749 or 378 8622. 10/2 tfnchg Club house. Itpd 11/6
Could use. some cosmetics. $395 or best TIONER. 110 Outlet $250. Call 11/6.13
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent On HOUSE FOR RENT on beautiful Silver MOVING SALE large three family. Furniture. -
oiler. 9645096. 11/6 1tpd 533-2403, alter 6 p.m. wtfn HEALTH MAINTENANCE AIDE 32.40
Highway 16 W. Close to lake. 2 BR, CH/A pool table, on I acre clothes, household Items. ,
1982 DATSUN 280ZX 2'2 loaded. Low SLEEPER SOFA asking $400. 964.4961 or prison. hrs/wk at $4 hr. to work In Keystone
miles, very nice $200 and assume 964.8360 afternoons or evenings 11/6 I 964-7530 or 468.1323.10/10 Tfchg lot $375 month. 904-247-1604. 10/2 Heights with the Community Care for located at end of Breezy Point Road off

loan. 964.4470. 11/6 l Ilpd< Itpd FURNISHED efficiencies and mobile tfnchg the Elderly Program. Must be In good C214. Lake G.nevvaturdav, Nov. 8
homes Inside city weekly B monthly.JO WHITE SANDS LAKE 3 BR, 1 BA furnished from 9-? Itpd! 11/6
1960 CHEV. BISCAYNE. orig. motor runs GAS HEATER. $50. 964-7570 Rosha'sBeauty health and hove a dependable
Shop 11/6 Itchg LU Motel S. MH Park. 964.8810. 6/5 home. Fireplace, screened porch Nurse's Aide Certificate SArURDAY, 9-511 miles N. of KH .
good. Perfect' to restore. $1,250. transportation.
3 BR BRICK COTTAGE Klngsley lake. AC. $415 month $200 deposit SR21. 4500 Belmore Lone Antique
5332628. 11/6 I Itpd GAS HEATERS, like new. Equipped for and high school diploma or
Long Pier AC Call 964.6491. 9/25 TFN 904.249.7884.4tpd 10/30.11/20 dresser console TV chrome 8 glass
1973 APOllO MOTOR HOME good condition natural or butane got. 964-6831. 116nc equivalent required. Apply at Clay
MOBILE HOME 2 BR 1 BA close to townon
RENTALS AVAILABLE 3/2 MH, dinette (like new), misc. Itpd 11/6
new set of tires, newly rebuilt pd for 1030REVELATION County Council on Aging 604 Walnut
wooded lot. $235 month, to
block 7,500 miles, generator, AC CP 12 GA. PUMP. $100. Couch. living $275; 4/1 MH country living option Street Green Cove Springs 473. 112 6(22 DEER SPRINGS RD. Clothes
$V5 2.2/1 $295 Includes ...liI. buy with small down payment. Call household Items furniture,
Bath. 11500. 5332828. 11/6 Itpd loveseat 8 chair set, $100. Roll away ; opts : ext. 540. E.E.O. Itchg 11/6 appliances.
1977 FORD LTD. $1600. Also 1973 bed $20. 080. 9646658. 11/6 Itpd! 2/1 Apt;$200; 21/1 apts.-$165; 2 el- 4732730. 10/2 'fnchg NEED MONEY Sell Avon. Clay and Put. Turn off 21 at either John
$140 at the Cove-$50 elect hook. FOR LEASE 1,2. 8 3 bedroom energy efficient Brown or Goldhead Mobile Home
Chevrolet Pick-up. $900 one owner 35 HP EVINRUDE elec. start. 533.2828. nam. Coll collect at night. Shlrlie Davis,
964.8582. 11/6 2tchg 11/13 $650. 11/6 Itpd up; Tiffin & Owens, Property apaitments. 475.1048 or 4734836. 2tpd 11/6.13 Sales, follow the signs. Itpd 11/6
964 5065. 11/6 475-2052 between 7 a.m.-10 p.m. 10/16 FRIDAY 8 SATURDAY Clothes and
GAS HEATER 40,000 BTU w/blower 3 Monageis Itchg FOOD SERVICE WORKER Part-time, -
yrs. old. Set for bottle gas. 413 Polk St. 2 OR 3 BR MH outside city limits. 1 child tfnchg evenings and weekends Clean and miscellaneous Items. 6981 Deer Springs
2 BR FURNISHED MH with porch In
no Inside 964.7619 9648614. Road. Itchg 11/6
9645751. 11/6 pets or neat In
PERSONAL SERVICESCHAIN Itpd appearance Apply person
PECANS U.PICK. 60 cents p.r pound. 2 BR MH. lur'nlshed' $190 per month Melrose. $165 month plus deposit Park of the Palms, Highway 100 GARAGE SALE 3 family PI<-lyil. gun
after all $150 deposit. No children Call 1.684.6634.4tchg 10/30.11/20 case, craft supplies, frames ,
3:30 11/6
LINK FENCE Installed Fr. Monday-Friday : p.m. day pets. Keystone Heights Itchg
2 BR-1BA Nice corner lot with .
468 1323 leave garage.No wallpaper candles 8 much more
estimates. Saturday. 1316 W. Madison St. message. HOUSEKEEPER Monday-Friday. 3.5 p.m.
HandyMan Fence Co.
pats References required. St. Clair
ONE Gatorbnne Lake off CR352. 473.3387.
Owner Tommy Reddish. 964.8559 Ifn 9647824. 11/6 tfnchg APT. Clean Street. Call 473.3628.2chg 10/30.11/6 473.2368 or 4734985. 2tchg 11/6.13
quiet, adults only 830 N. Ave. I'pd 116SATURDAY
SIS REFRIGERATOR 225. Frost-free Temple
Doors windows
REMODELED 1 BR lakefront cot
NOV. 8 333 S. Lawrence
964.4296. ,
etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUJPPLY, ref -$100. Dryer-$15. upright 10/3031pd 11/13 tage. Ideal for retired couple or single' NOTICE -
Blvd. 2 blocks southof
freeier-IOO I dlnette-$50 HOUSE IN COUNTRY for married Keystone Heights,
964.6078. Orders also taken In Lake who
enjoys fishing boating or garden-
couple. For Information Call 964.8602 traffic light. Itchg 11/6
bed $60
Butler, 496.3079 and Keystone Heights, Supersingle water Ing. 4737413. 11/6 tfnchg CLASSIFIED ADVERfISING should be submitted
after 6 JM BIG GARAGE SALE NOV. 687.
like new double bed $50, Captain
473.4973. 2/26 tin 2 BR HOUSE Lake Geneva furnish the lake Monl'or of.
bed.$75, electric stove-$75. Call 2 BR HOUSE IN LAKE BUTLER across from on to Region lake at C-18 8 S.E. 47th St. Antique
WANTTODRINKTTHAT'S 9644157. 11/6 Itpd Middle School. For Information call ed. 4732455. Itchg 11/6 lice In writing and paid In advance bedroom suite, file cabinets, china 8

WANT YOUR TO STOP BUSINESS ONE STRATOLOUNGER RECLINER 3 yrs.old. 964 8602 after 6 p.m. JM STORE OR OFFICE SPACE FOR LEASE 4unl' unless credit Is already establishedwith kitchen ware Riding lawn mower,

THAT'S OURS $75. 96 .8480. 11/6 Itpd 2 BR HOUSE clean ready now. Security tn choose from, $300 per month. 'hit office.MONITOR pick-up truck antenna ladies, mans,
Alcoholic. 1984 GE REFRIGERATOR. excel cond. dep. lequlred. 964 6166. 11/6 Itchg caed nn SR 21 near Woodland Dr. STAFF CANNOT BE HELD boys, and childrens wear. Furniture,

964-4150-964-6219 Anonymous 15.0 cubic ft. Almond, $275. 964.5410. Call CENTURY 21 SHOWCASE PROPER. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN plants and misc. Directions from
pd thru 11/13 11/6 tpd! YARD SALESYARD TIES INC., Brnker4734903. 11/6 41chg THE TELEPHONE. KeysMne.: Come out 100 cross R.R. .
11/27 'urn right 1st on C.18 dead end
SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All makes 1971 351M runs good. $10O speed come
Classified deadline is I 11.00 a.m. priorto
cleaned, oiled & adjusted. $15. Used Ford trans $50. Call 964.4209 anytime SALE Saturday 962 N. Te.nple LAKE BROOKLYN 2jbedroom furnished Thursday publication. 'u>n left. to next corner turn right
Irnmokalee Rd. follow C 18
cntMge. $250 month 'n private road house Incorner.
for 11/6 Itpd next to H 8 R Block. 9 4. 11/6
sewing machine. sale. James to Itpd $200 1.151.3419. 11/6 Minimum charge is 1 15 words for $3.50 I 11/6
Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy MINI-BIKE, g.i-cort, call 964.1895. 11/6 SATURDAY NOV. ( 9 0.1" ?? Three 11/13 deposit 2tpd then 15 cents for each word thereafter I'pdCARS

16 Sla, ke. 964.8733. 12/Stfn Itpd families, knicknacks, hnusewares,
HANDYMAN carpentry painting, electrical WALL FURNACE gas, 50.000 BTU Sears clothing for the whole family especially TRUCKS
complete home repair Complete with wall thennostat and large size womens clothing. HOUSES FOR SALE & BOATS
Reasonable rates, licensed contractor books. G/C $125. Awning type windows Highway 16 East. Just before the Bradford FOR SALE
Call Mitch. 473.3940. l/9tfn reasonable, 473.2063 weekdays. Cl'-y Co. line. 11/6 Itpd 4 BR 2'/, BA Large brick home, pool

TIRED OF PAINTING YOUR HOME? Call 11/6 1tpdINSULATED YARD SALE Sat 8 Sun at 206 S. WaterSt. screened palo, many extras, one 16'/ FT. MONARK S-1 BOWRIDER 23 FT. STARCRAFT I/O outdrive trailer

964 6766. Homes Beautiful of N. Flo. OR STORM WINDOWS 11/6 I tchgCLOTHES block from schonls. 200 ft. on road lounge seats, teak ski storage, three Won'ed 30 or 40 HP outboard motor
We will tell you how to avoid that job custom made ft Installed. Homes dishes, furniture, baby $109,000. Owner will finance. 473 4058 nice built In cooler/storages! Full in- 473-7345 Itpd 11/6

and Increase.the value of your home. Beautiful of N. Fla., 9646766. 5/ITF clothes, lots, III"' .. Fri. 8 Sat. Nov. 7th af'er6 p.m. 2'pd 11613PERSONAL s'run.entotlrMi. Extra storage. Large 1979 FORD LTD II PS, PB. AC. $2000 or
5/1 tinFAIRFIELD MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS) As Iowa. 8th. 8:30: 430. Turn off 301 on Rd. fuel ank. Bow rail, canvas, boarding best nffer. 4733954. Itpd 11/6

ROOFING Free es'lma'es. $14.99 per ,mon'h. Call 9646946. tfn .Smiles out. 11/6 Itchg SERVICES pla'f,irm. Older Johnson 135 HP. RUNS 1980 COROLLA 5 speed AC. 60.000
Licensed Insured and bonded. All CHEVY 4x4 PARTS '/. ton, anything you FRI. B SAT. 830. 5:30, 3 miles/ E on 100. GOOD) SS Props. CLEAN. $5500. Larry miles. $1000. 4737618. Itpd 11/6

types of roofing and repairs. Money, II..d..A,".., front or rear auto 964.5018. 11/6 Itchg 4/5.1261. 10/2 'fnchg 1975 TOYOTA SRS AC run. good $675.
back guaran'ee If unable Si stop leak. froism., transfer cases, 2 different YARD SALE N.iv. 788. Pine living room FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING 1979 JAYCO 23 ft. motor ho", .. Self- 473-7618. Itpd 11/6

Mobile Home tool 485.1556, 485.1016 types; spring lift blocks, big U bolts set, $2/5, Christmas bulbs, decoratiiins Hand rubbed oil/ finishes. Call Jac C'ln'alned sleeps 6, low "mileage 1980 MODEL MUSTANG Four speed

or 374.1443 any'lme. 9/11 I fnchg Call 9645812. TFce gilts, glassware, pots, pans, 4732521. 10/2 tfnchg giea condition 14000. AC sacrifice, $1100. 4737618 Itpd
ROOF COATING. Single wid. s'artmg NEWSPAPER PLATES: Aluminum. silverware, wooden toys, afgnans, PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile/ 2846.1'chg 11/6 11/6
at $135 D.iublewldes starting at $150. Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great sheets, furni'ure pillows, $3,000 Fruitwood homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free GOLF CLUBS Simmons Honeycomb's 3 1975 FORD GRANADA Heat/AC.

One year guarantee against Teaks. Sr. for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH, BR set wi'h complete bedding ..lImo.... Call Rob 413.3590. 10/2 h 'n. 'hree P. wedge. Woods Include AM/FM, power steering, disc brakes
citizens discount.' Also relevelingdone. 135 W. Call St. 964.6305. $1500. S'.ire shelving book racks, 'fnchg driven and 3 wood $80; mirrors, 54X30 tires like n.w. $600. 473.2898 after 6

Call forfree estimates 9644680.1016 FIREWOOD FOR SALE.Early season blankets, dishes, welders hots, lots of LAWN MOWING Trimming edging loc'angular $40 8 33X28 octagonal p.m. lied } I/ .. _, .
'fnchg prices Pine $15 per truckload Oak good buys, 800 pocket books loca'ed Call The Lawn Barber 413.3590. Free $10; brass floor lamp. 473-7482 altar 5. -

FURNITURE STRIPPING and refinishing $25 per truckload. Sunshine Industries 7 miles W. on Hwy 16 8 301. / Itchg Estimates. 10/2 tfnchg I'pd 11/6 O I
done at Wilson's An'iques, HWY 301 964-7699 SR 16W. next to Ollns Trailer FRI. 8 SAT. Kenmore washer 8 dryer FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING BRO A D WAY" .. WALTERS'

South. 964 8088. 11/6 I I'pd Park 10/96'chg 11/13. couch 'able 8 chairs L,,'. of nice House nut of level? Call LoRue Leveling

WILL BA9YSIT your child in my home. REFRIGERATOR G.E. Ho'polnt 2DR, 12 clothes, knicknacks 8 misc. 1'.,".. 905 Service for all your foundation FILL DIRT TREE SERVICE
Monday Saturday 964 6313. 11/6 cu. ft. runs well. Con be delivered. W. Madison. Rain or shine 964 4546. repairs 4737721. 10/2 tfncfogMISCELLANEOUS Removal
1 Itpd $140. 377-9615. 10/95tchg 11/6 SAT. BIG YARD SALE: Beside, Badcock
BALDWIN ELEC. ORGAN with auto Furn. Variety of clo'hliig and odds 8 $27.50 LOAD Trimming

rhythm good condition 964 8781 after ends. 11/6 1'chg Stump Removal
3E; /: ""; HEAL ESfATE'IS 5pm. Anytime on weekends 10/30 HUGE 6 FAMILY YARD SALE, M. 8 Sot
PACK RAT Buy sell and trade collectible !- QUICK
1 ? 2tpd 11/6 "* ,* .*, Take 16 West IV miles to NW 59th Items and antiques. Used furniture, Firewood jsv>
OUT OF ROLLS OF HAY: 2520. All hay under Ave Turn right go 1/4 mile. Sears LIVESTOCK HAULING '
glassware, jewelry and much more. Free Estlmate-
large barn on west side of Hwy 16 wood heater dishwasher ceramics,
Come see for yourself One ,mile east
miles north of Starke toward clothes coffee table GE ANYTIME ANYWHERE I
about 7 ,
located toys games, ,
AIRE of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. 473-7097 473-7679
Order and leave It lots of No
prison. your hay refrigerator chair goodies.
beautiful North Georgia Mountains.Come 4732183. 10/2 fnchg
barn until need It.D.llv.rV Junk Worth the 11/6 468-1455
under my you I trip. I'pd
see us for all your real estateneeds. After 5 P.M.
available at extra charge. Ar FULL SIZE BED c""pl.$50.! p'p.up
P.O. Box 1122. Ellijay. GA
30540. Ph. ((404)) 2761122. (can 86.341 thur Gaskint 782-3727 or 9646167. twin bed cc..pl.$20, electric 444-OWon 1/2 ae. lawtey In town tom3otrodlilA Keystone Heights

LAND FOR SALE: Mountain property lO/30lfnclog 'nv.$75., dining room set, table 8 4 nice area, $18,000.f434Motel Licensed & Insured
$100 down owner financing great get HAY, Alicia fertilized, $1.50 bale in chairs, 8 china close $75 two end opts., r.... 9 ac., great It"
field. Round roll available. Call tables-SB each 19" TV lurnl'ure. Investment!
Beautiful 2acr. tracts, close to
3.000 away. acre lake, 1 '/. hours North of 964.8942. 10/30 4'pd 11/20 jewelry, clothes.all sixes, household P439-Office complex, commercial ......:. ** .*
THE LAST GREAT BARGAIN SALE OF THE Items. 4 miles N. of S'arke. Elsie, Nor I, ; vPR SS..MUC
Atlant. 1404276.2681 or building. 10 city lots. Fronts US 301, 1 H UKH1
1.404 6354397. fcan 86.340 CENTURY. Uncle Sam has over $1 man. Friday 8 Saturday. 11/6 I'pd Inside city limits. ,
billion worth of gov't surplus to sell or SATURDAY ONLY ( TIL 4. Neighborhood
DIVERSIFIED ALABAMA 111 ACRES. Troy, give away tills year as low as $1.Vehicles yard sale. Clothes, bonks, household We have many listings see our .: :
Alabama HUNTING! I 9 acre pecan farmettes Commercial
boats, planes, cameras, computers items. 1029 Palm. Turn left in BARK
grove. 25 cultivation. PEANUT ALLOT. and good bargain buys! i :
MENT. 25 acres plan'ed pines Creek. etc. For Info ((312)) 3898884. Southga'e Drive. 11/6 I'pd PINE
Icon 86.349CHRISTMAS 3 FAMILY GARAGE SALE. 1310 Searing .
Balance mature timber. Paved road TREES WREATHS. Plantation St. Saturday only. 11/6 Itchg Lorraine Champion Broker 4 You We Deliver
frontage, $51,500 UNITED NATIONAL. \ pick-up or :
fresh direct to your door UPS. Free BIG GARAGE SALE NOV. 687. Crys'ol TROUT REALTY

P.O. Box 755 Troy Alabama 36081. color brochure Wri'e Brookfield lake at C.18 8 S.E. 47th S'. An'iqua I?<"..........
205566-1870 2057352442. fcan Christmas Tree Plan'ation Christian- bedroom suite file cabinets, china & 1_ .t 4'" .10... i Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery 4>

86.339 burg Virginia 24068-2490 or call kitchen ware. Riding lawn mower, .,'F .64M4I473MM. -

1 800.443.TREE fcan 86.344 pickup truck an'enna ladies, iiiens, 2; i' Cypress Lumber :
.. MI
HALF PRICE Flashing arrow signs boys and childrens/ wear. Furni'ure S .
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY $2891! Llgh'ed, nosi arrow $2791Unllgh'ed plants and miscellaneous Dlrec'lons t,9 .38 N. TEMPLE: 964-6649 .i!

RENTLEASESALENORTHWEST $2491 Free letters! Warranty from Starke: 100E past alrp'''' Rd. 'oke STARKC. rL 32091 1 .............. ............*....
See 'locally. Not many left, must call CIS to left turn left at 1st paved Rd.,
today! Factory: (800)( ) 423.0163. fran follow around. to corner of C18 and S.E.
CORNER OF Call ft Thompson ------..
4th 51. brown 8 beige h.iuse. Pine
Streets: 2 story masonry building. Straw Circle DW. Sign on tree Ge iigia. fe" $ $ With
Clyde W. Simpson 356.6849. 4/IOTF Call to see.MOVING ,!
8 Rex Dykes. 11/6 Itpd

bath avail Oct I. Adjacent to Brad MACHINES clothes, misc. I'ems, "1 BR, 2 BA on / acre Lstimoles' Homes Beautiful 'I/I)}

ford. Courthouse. $200 mo. Call MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK assorted crafts. Mary Kay Cosmetics FLORILAND
964 4667.9/11 tfnchg Mobile Homes and spaces for rent 30% off. Several families. Corner of
13 ACRES 5 cleared rest In pin. and Recreational vehicles welcome, Phone 225 8 229 on Bayless Hwy. (Norman REALTY : WINDOWSAlso
cypress w/2 BR mobile home. Great for residence 964. .
9647498. 9/16 tfn ) 8849. Thurs. Sat. 9 am '
mobile, (home park, chicken farm, NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS f jr 4 BR.2 ??? 11/6 Itchg 964-7700
agrlcul'ural or animal farm. etc. Your call lake SATURDAY NOV. ( 8 4 Corner Ave
BA apt For more Information a.m. p m. 393 N. Temple
choice, in Stark. Call 964.6493. 10/30 Butler Apts. 496-3141 Equal Oppor NE 6th Ave. and 16th St. Country Vernle P. Odom Broker-GRI For' Siding e Soffit & Fascia

2tJO 11/6 tunity Housing, 6/7 Ifnchg Club Estates. Misc. Items and many Jeanle Gagnon
SPACE AVAILABLE: Excellent location, ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel $8 discontinued Avon toiletries Rain Eve.-964-S414 Realtor Associate e Awning Screen Rooms
1500 square footage, reduced price, week. Discount cancel. 11/6 Itpd
night. From $35 per
per Pr e Carport e Brick or Stone
$625 per month. 904-384-0603. '11/6 offered for ,longer term. Apply In person 1133 E. BROWNLEE (SR HE) 10.3 SAt. "

llchq Magnolia Hotel, Walnut St. across Nov. B. Many Items, pecans, craft supplies BRICK' HOME. 2 acres plus 3 BR. 2 Cleaning

SCHOOLSSEMI from Post Office. TF clothing etc.116 Itchg BA on lake Sampson. Good fishing Call
APARTMENTS FOR RENT Newlydecora'ed BIG YARD SALE 301 to Textile Town go Access to 2 lakes. Must see to appreciate.

everything furnished. Laundry 1 mile down dirt road. Clothes size 0.44 HOMES BEAUTIFUL OF N. FLA.

DRIVER TRAINING. Earn Big Bucks- facilities Included. Video room and lots more of everything 11/6 Itpd, -Ill ACRES Good Hunting. Owner

Drive Big Trucks! D.O.T. Certification.Local available. Will accept one child no YARD SALE Baby 8 toddler clothes, will finance.' 964-6766
and National Job Placement pets. Palms Apts., 2313 N. TempleAve. some new, lots of Items for the home. ZONED FOR TRAILERS Starke Pl

Assistance, Correspondence/Resident .. Stark. 32091. 5/1 TF Thur. 8 Frl, 10.?? 624 N. lake St. 11/6 LOTS \isassi .
Graham area St. Rd. 100 Lawtey. --
Training E'lgible' Institution for Finan LARGE 1 BR HOUSE In town. Kitchen appliances 1 Itpd
& machine furnished. 3 FAMILY YARD SALE clothes of all sizes, -4 ACRES PLUS St. Rd. 100. Nearerto
clal Aid, Guaranteed Student Loans. washing -,
Call 1 ((800) 282.8165. UNITED TRUCK $225 plus sec deposit 9647015. 10/30 furniture, lots of mist dishes, guitars, Keystone. Roberts Real Estate
2'pd 11/6 welding rods, produce boil: ed GOOD BLDG. LOTS City water (
MASTER Resident Training: Tampa
fcan 86.336 PINE FOREST APTS. 3 BR apts. now peanuts, pecans, etc. Friday thru Mon .sewer (joining Green Acres. 986 N. T.mpl Ave Stark. Fl

available. Call 964.6312 Mon Fri. 95. day (Nov. 7.10)). Something for --.... _._.... 964.6262
11/6 Itpd everyone. Off 233 on NW 20th St. Dead
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TWO TRAILERS: 1.2 BR, 1 BA and 1.2 BR, end. Follow signs. 9647499. 11/6 Itchg .
MOBILE HOMES 2 BA. At Santo Fe Trailer Park 7 miles FRIDAY 8 SATURDAY Nov. 7.8 at 619 S. BUSINESS COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301 ,

South at US 301 6 SR 221. 468-1777 Westmoreland St. Clothes 8 things : 50000. Call Today I
FOR SALE nlghts'and 964.5888 days. 10/30 2tpd 11/6 OPPORTUNITY
doublewide mobile home.
It ACREAGE 58 acres plus a Only
11/6' YARD SALE Frl. 8 Sat. 9 a.m. til 3 p.m

1984 DESTINY MH with fireplace 1 FURNISHED 2 BR house In Crystal Lak. on Griffls Loop SE 30 Ave His 8 Her $75,000. Owner terms possible.

Bedroom, and more. Take over Estates. Now taking applications. Call coat size 44, just like new clothes 8 FASHION STOP is J .CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, central heat & air.

'. payments., Call 782.3358 after 6 p.m. 964.5734. after 4 p.m. 10/30 Itpd 11/6 jeans, little girl sizes 3/4. girl size developing a new It Reduced to $35,000.

3/20 TF tfnchfl) 12/14 rag, lady waist size 36. 11/12 8 ?. : .640 ACRES Excellent development In rapidly
; property a
NEW > USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy 2 FURNISHED MH. No small children 14, boys coat size medium. TV stand shopping plaza adjacent '
Wells at ASW Mobile Homes, 964-6407 > no inside pets $175 per month plu."rIOO tires, rims, cowboy boots size 7, rod 8 to their store on growing area of Clay county. Priced to tell at less that $1200

or 964 6408 8/14 Ifnrw i h. dep. 782.3233 or 7823363. 11/6 reel grapevine wreaths, exercise bicycle per acre) I. ..

I DOUBLEWIDI. 3 BR 2 BA. for ''sole.v. f tltpd misc. Items. 11/6 Itchg Hwy. 301 across fl'oll1.. eDAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms. 1 bath on 1 acre. 23000.
Payments about $225. No down poyt ,1 BR. APT. FOR RENT. $175 per month YARD SALE A little bit of everything high school It
anent lice delivery 8 set-up. Jus good plus $100 deposit. No pets 403. N. turn In front of Family Dollar, cross SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. 11000.

ciedit needed. Ooublewlde Homo Walnut St. 964.5276. 11/6 Itchg railroad, first house on right. Follow.lgn.1 ONLY .3$ ACRE FARM Northwest of Starke, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bath
FURNISHED 2 BR TRAILER. Clean no 8:00 til 1200. 11/6 1 Itpd ..
Cen-er lawtey. Fl 782-3333 11/6 : HETAIL OK frame with auf.buildings, CH/A
pets, no children. 964.5739 or 964-4468. YARD SALE 6 FAMILIES dog box, awning TWO'i
_:"ti'g! 1 ., ."i6 21pd 11/13 windows, doors, clothes, a lot more. SPACES are .10 ACRES Pecan grove no Improvements.'FORSYTH .

FOR SALE a |iNR HOUSE clean with kitchen op- 393 W. Weldon St.. Storke. Nov 8.9:00: Available for ROAD 5 Acres plus no improvements, 640 ft.

,pllcances. $250 month $100 cleaning S am. 11/6 I tlpd frontage on road.' 2.9 acres with older mobile home, well,
,qaecdeposlt. Call 9647625. 11/6 YARD SALE,Thursday Friday Saturday cupancy by Mid-June! tank.COMPLETE .

BRADFORD LIMEROCK 1p4, (from 9 a.m. until 5:30: p.m. 310( N. Don't. miss out on this pump, septic

limerock < Fill Dirt AVAILABLE for as little as $50 per BIG YARD SALE 4 families 8 til 6. Nov. 7 great location! '
20 yd. semi-loads only week or $200''per month, which Includes 8 8. Wood heater, air ,conditioner George W. Roberts Jr. Broker

Phone 782-3172 5 23 ffehg all utilities and no deposits. Call 20.000 btu furniture, toys, jewelry CALL 1)04-384-0603) 964-6039 Evenings .

STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sale at 964.5139 or'464.SI 73 or drop by 314 N. clothes all sizes, N. of lawtey on 125E. It' For Further Terry A. Gaines, CSM. Salesman/Appraiser

LVubmvid, ,Hs-y Tle Center located Temple Avenue apartment number six, 11/6 ttpd ..
N.',i'n ,-.' 3iM low'ey Flo.: (-his Is not next to the Tenneco Station downtown GARAGE SALE MISCELLANEOUS Nov. 8 2 Information _," .II1IY.nlng. ..,

o f In'' "''we1 6 'I.J .f. S'arkell'6 tfnchg 9 a. n. 2 p..n. 1013 E. Call St. 11/611pd 4******************+*

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Memorial Day ', I ,... Union County Ads 'II

HOW'S THE FAMILY?, r ', ," Activities Planned '" HELP _

All veterans are reminded of activities WANTEDEarly
PLAYING FAVORITES scheduled for Memorial Day, RENT/LEASE
Nov. 11 and Invited to attend the 1982 STONERIDGI Three bedroom, two
If your family consists of more than one child then you have to contend breakfast to be held at the Legion morning paper route OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE bath. Llvlngroom and den central heat
with the problem of playing favorties. I would like to make six brief Hall on Edwards Road, between available In Lake Butler area. located In Union County Times and air, woodslding, very well In-
observations that I think will help you if you would consider them. 8-9:15: Tuesday a.m., Nov. 11, Must have reliable transpor- building. Coll for Information. sulated. $19,500. Call 496.3601, between
4962261. tin. 8 A.M. and 5 P.M. and 4962682.
1. Don't Compare. It's just that simple. Now I know privately you will Bring Following your spouse.breakfast, at 10:30 tation, telephone and be ableto THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES of the Lake after 6 P.M. 10/30 2tchg. 11612'x

observe differences. But, avoid saying things like, "Why don't you try as a.m., a ceremony will be conductedat post a cash bond deposit. Butler First United Methodist Church 65' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom 1.
hard as your brother?". Those statements do nothing but breed contempt the veterans memorial gun Call 964-7834 ((8 am to 4:30 will accept commercial offers on ov.rBOO 1/2 bath,.central$5,000.air Call Must see 4960071.to appreciate.
between vour children and between them and square feet of floor space (next to
you. mount, at the intersection of US-301 pm Mon.-Frl.) or come by of- Farmers and Dealers Bank). Call Itchg.11/6
and S. Walnut St. The
public is invited
2. Praise their individual fice at 1605 N. Temple Ave. 496.3737 Itpd.11/6 "
strengths and encourage their individual to the ceremony, in which a NOTICE
weaknesses. Every child has strengths. Make sure you let them know you number of organizations will take ,
realize that. They need and desperately want your approval. Not because part. WANTEDARM
they want to know mom and dad think they, as an individual, are good in CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
some areas. And be careful not to dismiss their _00- to the Union County Times office .
weakensses.Just because Col. William Ott, head of the LAND, WILL BUY OR LEASE. Call
there ArlO mo.than one they still each deserve your (Zuidance.!! JROTC Program at Bradford High MA. 'l'tI REALTY; Tom Chairs, daytime ((904)542-7957) in writing and paid W establishedwith advance
unless credit Is already
School, will address the group 441 W. Madison night (9045427050.) 11/6 4tchg. 12/24 .
3. Spend time with each m this office.THE
individually. I know, that sounds like assembled .
at 11 a.m.A """
something you would read in a book (or newspaper). I'll be honest with Starke, FL 32091 LI3 "INSURANCEMAINES TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
you, I know it is very tough to do. Still, you have individual children and at 0"00 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
they have a parent you. The simple truth is that the only to REALTOR 964- 469
number 2 is to do number 3. way accomplish Assoc Harold Epps 964-6616 "" INSURANCE AGENCY :25 E. THE TELEPHONE.
UNE1vYfl.TRA'IIEL Main Street Lake Butler 4963978.Compl.t. Classified deadline Is TUESDAY,
near Insurance Service 4/10 tfn NOON, prior to Thursday publication.
4. Don't use different standards.This is a terrible thing to do to a child.I hospital, sm. dn., owner fin. bal. Minimum charge 15 words for$3.50,
am not talking about the obvious differences caused by the age spread 29900. HELP WANTED then 15 cents for each word thereafter,
between them. I am talking about when one child spills his milk and it's LAWTEY AREA 10 Ac. lots, 25"%
funny (some parents acuallty think it (ist) and another sees the laughs dn., bal. 10% for 15 yrs.
does the same thing for attention and gets punished. That spells the word LAWTEY 12S. 2 BR, 1 BA 15 acres TYPISTS $500 weekly at home! Write:
"favorite" in hip bright letters over the head of the other child. plus extra septic tank $60,000.E. P.O.Box 975, Elizabeth, NJ. 07207 REAL ESTATE
CALL ST. 2 or 3 Bn, 1 BA, CH/A 10/16 Btpd. 12/4 OUT OF AREA
5. Have positive attitude toward each. What I'm referring to is this, detached 1 car garage, 31000. TEXAS OIL COMPANY needs mature
don't think that just because he is the middle child or because brother or AGDtT CRYSTAL LAKE HOME SITES person for shot trips surrounding lake
sister was a wonder child that the next one is going to be terrible. Now I B.autlful brick v.n..r" BR. 2 BA on 2 Butler. Contact customers We train. LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO
TOUR GUIDE Write K.B. PERTY If I don't hove "it. I'll find It- Juit
am aware of the differences between a first born and a middle child. And Irg. lots close to lake, $90.000 : Dlckerson. Pres.,
AIRLINE RESCRVATOM3T Southwestern Petroleum, Box ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.
I realize if -W. PRATT ST.i 3/1 961005
they are a relatively short CH/A. stove,
age span apart, chances
Ft. Worth, Tx. 76161. Itchg. 11/6 496.2126 or 496-2903. eves. "YOUR
trm taut 0 nu.1IKIFIm.-
will be term refrlg., microwave
opposites. But, don't start out assuming they are going to be TIM.IM_'plrlltf oven ceiling fan UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn
ble. They may be different in a wonderful way! However, if you look at HM tmT i utlfittaaN -$98,599.-Reduc.d to 36000. CARSTRUCKSHUNTERS
them through negative glasses all the time, expecting them to be a pro- ........ LAWTEV AREA Gorgeous 3 BR. 2 I FOR SALE
blem what think will BA, brick 2,000 ft.
you become reality. Your attitude is that impor- M USSTMB veneer over sq. I
tant. Be positive, not negative WTJ.HotiiiK uamoat M,n. Interior decor that must be seen to SPECIAL 1976 4x4 GMC, 14.36
appreciate, 9.74 acres & much more. tires, dog box, tool box, C.B., extra 25-INCH ZENITH COLOR TV In beautiful
6. Love them each for who they are. it you have been blessed with more A.C.T.TRAVEL SCHOOL Price nego. Some owner fin. front end AM/FM 'assette: AC/H. walnut cabinet. Originally sold for
than one child (some of you might take issue with the word 'blessed'), HISTORICAL PROVIDENCE 135 acre 2500. Firm. Call 4963607. 1 Itpd. 11/6 $749.95, now someone can take up
then love 1-800-432-3084 farm with lovely large brick home of $26.44 or
them. You know that inside there is enough to monthly payments only
around. Make
go ,.,..,.M4atlerttNM? with all small balance of Interested .
sure they feel that love. Each and every one of them and will have ammenltles, Ig. pecan FOR RENT pay $364.20.
you a trees, has 4 MH rentals, parties call toll free
much happier family. Both now, and in the future. 2 stocked
Without a doubt, to raise several fish ponds near 1-75 and 441. 1(800)635-2371( ) for free home trail.
children is
"challenge". But, it makes life MINI-FARM: Approx. 22.5 acreswith 10304tchg.1120BUNK
more interesting. Don't become RENT Union 150
APIS. CountyTimes BEDS One old (complete).
discouraged and quit good because 3 BR. 1 BA, MH.2 Ige. barns plus year
parenting you are overwhelmed. Sit Main Street Lake Butler. Phone Call 4963004. 10/23 3tchg. 11/6
down, relax, and go back to it. It's really the best job around! tractor & equip Many extra 496.2261 for Information tfn INTERNATIONAL FARM-ALL Super A
Ed Kirkland Is pastor of the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church on Highway LAWTEY AREA 3 BR, 1 BA, CH/A 1 OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE tractor with equipment. One-ton Ford
16 at Kingsley Lake. If you want to submit a family topic or respond to an Brand New acre $39,000.GRAHAM located in Union County Times Building flatbed truck. Call 431-1027. Itfr. 11/6
article you may tall his office at 533.2018 AREA Over 1,800 sq. ft. at 150 West Main. Call 496.2261, for
or write to: HOW'S THE FAMILY KING SIZE BED Mattress and box springs
?, Kingsley Lake Baptist Church, Rt. I, Box 586 Starke Fla. 32091. 1,2, & 3 Bedroom Units of formal country living with all ammenltles more Information. tfn chest of drawers vanity and
Names/addresses are not printed.VINYL As Low As plus 4.5 acres 3 BR, 2 BA. HOUSE FOR RENT Two bedroom, one night table. $400. Call 496-3321.; Itchg.
Beginning LAKE BUTLER 3 BR, 2 BA, CH/A Lg. bath, Completely renovated carpet 11/6
$195 lot only $41,500.HAMPTONI stove, refrigerator $220 per month. GUNS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION Winchester
4 BR, 1 BA First last plus security. Call 4962995. 94xTR 22 magnum with 2x7
C Callwws $18,500....Approx. 11 acres on 325 after 6 P.M. 10/23 4tpd. 11/13 leupold scope, $375. Browning 22 auto
only $25,000HWY OFFICE SPACE near court house In Lake rifle, $225. Savage Fox model B 12
SIDINGI "" 782-3531 lOOt Approx. V4 acre with old Butler. Call 4963004. 10/16 4tchg. 11/6 gauge 39 Inch barrells. M/F. $275.
FHA house, 7000. DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME Three Savage Fox model B 20 gauge 26 inch

____ ___ bedroom. $200 a month plus $100 ba.rr.II..IC/M. $250. Remington
_. ---u ...-..-. .... .... -,. deposit. Call 4963253. tfn/chg. 10/30
700ADL 270 3x9 compact leupold scope
SMALL TWO BEDROOM HOUSE near conetrol bases x ring sling and 2 box-
I NEED 8 HOMES TO Tim's Custom Cabinets middle school. $170 a month. Call escartrldges, never fired $500. Call
964-8602 after 6 P.M. tfn 496.2001 ll/62tpd. 11/13

New Construction: *Remodeling' _


Call Tim Thompson LUMBER Custom sawing...Will br 15' GLASTRON TRI HULL BOAT 70 HP
964.6238 ing my mill to your timber or fill your Johnson plus mlnnkota trolling motor.
964-4380 Shop Eves
pine or cypress needs from mine. Call New hunter drive on trailer $2,000.
Neal Varnes at 4962063. 10/16 4tchg. Call 4963253. tfn/chg. 1030HOMES
11/6 .

...*,' ,. SPEECH "*PATHOLOGIST Jacksonville. ,. ..
Oreo': CFY$18.00hourCCC$20.00hour.

QUALIFY, YOU WILL JFLORI3DA J J [ ( CRACKER] ( special .communications Leave message at GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U.

19043713680.( ) 10/30 2tchg. 116MOTORCYCLES repair). Delinquent tax property.Repossessions.
SAVE 50% OF SIDING COSTS Call 1(805)687-6000( ) ,
Ext. GH-1136. for current repo list.
HOMES( [ J 9/25 8tpd. 11/13
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3 L] acres with 2 deep wells. Three
.I.C. ENTERPRISES 1983 HONDA ATC Big Red. Good and one-half miles north of Lake Butler
mechanical condition. $600. Call on SR-121. Joins Lake Butler Manage-
Itchg. 11/6 Pearl Hart.
mrnt area. Call 4963184.

2020 NE 12th Place NOVEMBER 15 418t.lO3 Itpd. 11/6

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Ocala, FL 32670 FOR SALE

ALL COLLECT 9046224963Name Fill Dirt, Top Soil Tractor Work ,
0s x :;;
I Backhoe, Bulldozer

_.-. mil :s:: 7/2.'FN 964-6182 .964-5823

Type of Home i Immokelee Rd.

City MobileD OtheYD PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED Hwy. 100 4. "Quality Work,low,low prices '-""

Phone AM D PM D OUTSTANDING yr'"ooe (Any Room & Hall) .. . . ... .$1485 Scotchgard Available
IN OUR FIELD Specializing cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet, furnlti're cleaning
and offer bids on commercial work
BUILDERS 473-3582 Senior Citizen Discount No mileage charge Free advice

.Roomaovsr Call 964-4997 Call MunlMrol
ZIO,...11. Chick yellow Pees In local phone.book $teM4beaordsit.cherde
All W.'" eu.temeed Chwnbir'Coimmnl

Starke Ads COnt....

2 Retail SpacesFor

Lease Fred Stafford

1,000,1,250& 2,750 sq ft REPAIR ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR

PROFESSIONAL HYPNOSIS services for WANTED TO PURCHASE old houses Hwy 301 S. < US 301 N 964.5805 Residential Commercial
stress, etc.
weight smoMnp. 964.8848 "'"
buildings. Buy sell, trade. Thomas
For help please call 9644433. 10/9 Ope.rHW.U.ITIlurH""t.7 Bradford COP int w
House Moving Lake City, Fla.,
tfnchg 752.2318 or 752-5825 ask for Danny MOBILE HOME SPECIAL
10/30 4tpd 11/20 .
NOTICE THE CITY OF LAWTEY Community FOR RENT 200 AMP.Service, pole &
Development Is looking for property InLawtey 3 bedroom house, 1 bath *
I Florida. Properly must be zoned Hookup $375.00
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted residential Dining room, living room, kitchen
to allow the placementof New
to the Bradford County wall to wall construction rewiring
mobile homes. This property I I. to be carpet
Telegraph office In writing and paid in purchased under the 1986 Community condition, ceiling fans, repairs
advance unless credit Is already
! established with this off,c.. Development, interested Block Grant housing project refrlg., gas stove, gas ho 485-1952

THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE property owners. water heater, near F.S.P. off _
should call Errol D. Jones at Community 'or
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Development Office ((904)) 328.3822, W, St. Rd. 16 & St. Rd. 225. Parts Repairs
THE TELEPHONE. or write to Community Development $350 monthly & $350 security Discount Price for 964-8830 24 hrs,

Classified deadline Is TUESDAY. FL Program.320782017.P.O.10/302tchg Drawer 2017.11/6 Palatka cleaning deposit. Tires & Batteries normal site & conditions

NOON prior to Thursday publication EXP. BOOKKEEPER will work port-tim. 964-7771 .. I
Minimum charge is 15 words for$3.50 evenings. Reasonable rotes. Coll xa '
!hen 15 cents for each word thereafter. 964.5096 after 6 p.m 11/6 Itpd

CHRISTIAN LADY who wants to relocateIn
this ar.a. needs lob a* live-In companion '
I REAL ESTATE or sitter w/small salary. Call NORRELL HEALTH CARE

GULF OF MEXICO VIEW Horseshoe RN's Up to $16.00 Per Hour WE BUY, SELL, &,CRACK PECANS
Beach, 3 bedroom 2 bath, contractor- a- '
owner built. 100 ft. to Gulf .seawalled FREE TO GOOD HOME two mixed With SpecialityLPN's SIX DA yS A WEEK
floating docks. 90000. Bud Brewer breed dogs. 1 yr old would make
Realty 9044985573. fcan 86.342 good hunters with right training. CNA's Sitters and
UNCLE SAM HAS 110 BILLION $$$ to 964.8781 after 5 p.m. or anytime on i' PECAN AUCTION NOV. 6
loan/give away for real estate no weekends. 10/30 1 2tpd 11/6 Homemakers
credit statement needed. Also gov't TIRED OF BEING OVERWEIGHT Slim1'
seized homes from $1 18008264355. down before Christmas 9 week class AT 1:00 P.M.STARKFARMERS' .
lean 86-347 starts soon Thursday mornings, new Bonus for Travel -
GOV'T SEIZED HOMES FROM $1 (You behavior modification technique teach
1 repair). Also tax delinquent propertiesnow you how to become permanently slim, Excellent Positions and MARKET
available. For info 18008264355. Marie 782.379011/6 Itchg _
INTERVAL OWNERSHIP ON BEAUTIFUL OPEN. In front of Badcock Furn.* Benefits Available. I 301 HIGHWAY NORTH
SANIBEl ISLAND. 1 and 2 bedroom Owner: Giles Mitchell. 11/6 tfnchg
units facing Gulf of Mexico, from SHOP WITHOUT GOING SHOPPING The Call Collect 904725.5005III1 I .,r STARKE
$3500. Call Carol Kenwood. Associate, Amwoy way: Artiway products ,' I,/. Ixhe
The Vacation Shopp., Inc. Broker delivered to your home. Call 9645760. t ,
613-472-6335. fcon 86-345 11/6 Itpd d .

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Nosember6,19146 H SECTltlfags I I

1 Obituaries, I

Clara :Mae lloppe survivors include two sons, Frank Legion! ; retired mechanical "' 'Willie '
Mrs. Clara Mae Hoppe,. 86, of W., Jr. of Neptune, NJ and Henry A. engineer: \ with T.P. Herndon Co., E. Green Thank You MEMORY .
Tampa died Thursday. of Denver, Colorado; one daughter, Jacksonville. Mr. Willie E. Green, 73, of Starke The family of the late Mr. Lee In !loving of our Mollu.
Mrs. lloppe was lifelong resident Nancy Spivey of Orange Park; four Survivors include his wjfe, Mary died Thursday, October 30, 1986 In Jenkins wishes to express their Mablf Tyson.
ol tho..Tampa Bay area. She attended grandchildren and numerous L. Moody of Keystone Heights; one Bradford Hospital following a long many thanks and gratitude to their You showed us such) ntn-nglh and
.S.U. and was a retired cousins in and around Duval County. daughter, Miss Lucy Moody, Avon illness. many friends for their /low, then God culled/ you Home, so
teacher from the Hillsborough Coun- Funeral services were held Park. Mr. Green was born in Starke on thoughtfulness, sympathy, prayers, Huddenly./ We ne\vr said goodbye.
ty School System. She was a Wednesday in Warren Smith Graveside services were held August 8, 1913 and was a lifetime cards, flowers and other acts of The gates of memory will/ never
member of St. Andrew's Cemetery at Jacksonville Beach. resident. He was a member of Grace kindness
Episcopal Tuesday, November > 4, .1986 in during his illness and close. We miss you more than
Church and Tampa Yacht and Coun- Keystone Heights Cemetery with Baptist Church, member of Retired demise, and a special thanks to Rev. anyone knows.
try Club. Rev, Bill Poppell conducting the services Florida Guard; retired automotive Leroy Davis. Love, your children
Survivors include one son, James Jones Funeral Home of technican foreman with The Florida And God Bless You All
C. Hoppe of Tampa; one sister, Keystone Heights. was in charge of Army National Guard.
Jeannette Kincaid of Starke; three Irving Marcelina ThomasMr. arrangements. Survivors include his wife, Mathel 111 I
grandchildren, Lynda H. Roszel, Irving Marcelina Thomas, 61, Memorial services were held F Green of Starke; one son,EdwardN. MemoryIn
G ninesville; James C. Hoppe, Jr., of Starke died Saturday, November Tuesday, Nov. 4 in Trinity Episcopal Green, Starke; two daughters, loving memory of our mother,
and Melissa H. Hoppe, Tampa. 1, 1986 at his home In Starke follow- Church in Melrose with Rev Bill Sharon Sweat, Starke, Martha grandmother, sister and aunt (Mrs.. for stopping her ears to ,
Funeral services were held Saturn ing a sudden illness. Poppell. Futch, Lawtey; one brother, Jacob Louise Pandora Glover) who for bridling slanderous gossip
day at Curry & Son Funeral Home Mr. Thomas was born in Live Oak, Green, Llthia, FL; one sister, Mary departed this life November 6, 1978. for a tongue,
with Timothy C. Trively officiating. Fla. on October 5, 1925, moved to Lucille Robinson MurphyMrs. Brown, Groveland, FL; nine grand- Mother was never sorry: for sympathizing harboring only with pure the thoughts afflicted, ,
Private burial followed in Myrtle Starke and became a lifetime resi- Lucille R. Murphy, 78, of children & two great-grandchildren.. for thinking before acting, for being courteous ifrd kind to all.
Hill Memorial Park. dent. He was of the Baptist Faith. Lake Butler died Friday morning in lie is the son of the lat Benjamin & for hearing before judging, Mama we are glad that we had the
Mr. Thomas worked for the State of the Lake City Medical Center after a Maggie Sapp Green of Starke. for forgiving her enemies, chance to tell you and show how
Frank W Dryden Florida Department of Transportation long illness. Funeral services were held in for being candid and frank, much we loved you I you
Mr. Frank W. Dryden, 82, of' as a maintenance worker. Mrs. Murphy was born in Columbia Grace Baptist Church Saturday, for helping a fallen brother, Catherine Young, Harold
November I 1986 with Rev. Leon T.
Cocoa, Fla.? died Saturday night in a Survivors include his daughter, County and lived most of her life Odom for being honest in business, D.Young, Jr., George Webster,
Jr. & Rev. Leland Strickland
Mary Jane Henderson of Starke one in the Lake for thinking before
Cocoa Hospital. ; Butler community. She speaking, Perlie Webster, Pinkeye Webster,
Mr. Dryden was born in Callahanand sister, Louise Browning, Starke; two was a housewife and a member of conducting the services. Burial was for being loyal to her church, nieces and nephews, Henry Filer,
aliened school there. He was the grandchildren. the Baptist faith under Keystone the direction Heights of Jones Cemetery Funeral for Ktapriing hv hpr principles.as Anthony Filer and friends.
Graveside services were held
uncle of Wm. A. Dryden of Neptune
Beach and had lived in Palm Valley Tuesday, November 4, 1986 in Dyal Survivors include her husband, Home of Starke.
and Jacksonville before joining the Cemetery with Rev. Leaton Morgan, Earl Murphy of Lake Butler; two National Bible Week coincides
Coast Guard at an early age. While ''III conducting the services. Jones daughters, Shirley Widney, St. with Thanksgiving,
in the Coast Guard he flew as a Funeral Home of Starke was in Augustine and Myrtice Greek of Card of ThanksWe Americas only nonsectarian
machinist with the Schneider Cup charge of arrangements.Jack Mulberry; one son, Rev. Melvin are sincerely grateful to religious holiday It is spon-
Team in the 1930s and survived a Murphy of Tallahassee; three friends and neighbors for their many sored each year by the
plane crash in Fernandina Harboras Kenneth MoodyMr. sisters, Catherine Douglas, Lake kind acts of sympathy during our Laymen's National Bible
the plane was taking off. He Jack Kenneth Moody, 82, of Butler, Essie Smith, Lake City, Ida sad bereavement. Our appreciation youcJheartJOTc Committee. In its 46th year,
retired from the Coast Guard in 1946 Keystone Heights died Saturday, Reeves, Gainesville; eight grand- cannot adequately expressed. Bible Week can be a perfect
as an aviation chief machinist'smate November 1, 1986 in Veterans Administration children and eight great Tho Family of Ethel Young ib time to discover the wisdom,
and lived in Keystone Heights.He Hospital in Gainesville grandchildren. 8 guidance, and comfort to be
later moved to Miami and then to following a lengthy illness! L found in the Bible. .
Cocoa. Mr. Dryden's parents, Mr. & Mr. Moody was born September Funeral services were held Mon- -- -- ,.
Mrs. W. J. Dryden, were early 30, 1904 in Illinois and moved to day morning in the Chapel of Archer
residents of Palm Valley in the early Keystone Heights over 25 years ago Funeral Home with Rev. Ben Coleman -J L
1900s and are both buried in Warren from Jacksonville. Mr. Moody was a olliciating. Burial was in
Smith Cemetery. Two brothers member of Trinity Episcopal Dekle Cemetery under the directionof
Willaim A. Sr., & Jerry, precededhim Church in Melrose; a WWII VeteranU.S. Archer Funeral Home of Lake BODY IMAGE
in death. Navy & member ol American Butler

Aerobics & Exercise Studio

4 Coming November 17 Fitness for Life
I Bradford County Traffic Court FinalsThe
Aerobics and Flex & Stretch for Seniors M-W-F 11 am \,

Mon. & Wed. T & TH 6:30 p.m. ,

9:15: a.m. Advanced. I
9:15 .
following cases received final Mismeanor Court Cassandra Butler pled guilty bad a.m.Aerobics Low Impact Floor Exercise
disposition in Bradford County Traffic Ray Thomas Bell check to TG&Y; must make restitution -. Pulse Monitored &
pled guilty
Court Oct. 21. and pay $50 court costs. Floor Exercise Aerobics
disorderly conduct fined 7:15
; p.m.
Mark Warren (Easy Does It
Harrop pled guilty
William '
Arthur L. Johnson J. Daugherty, Jr. pled Floor Exercise) AerobicsFriday
pled no contest fishing without license
; produced
guilty worthless check must make Mon. & Wed. I
improper tag and was fined $101.75. restitution and valid license, must pay $55 court The Rubber
pay $50 court costs. 6
Johnson pled no contest costs. 6 p.m. Band WorkoutAerobics
while license suspended or revoke James Frank Moss pled no contest James Leslie Crews pled guilty p.m. Low Impact 9:15: a.m.Aerobics. will soon be added
(DWLS) and was fined $101.25. to affray; fined $101.25. fishing without license; produced & Aerobics to all floor exercise
Willie J. Hudson pled guilty Ralph J. Bellwood pled guilty valid license, must pay $55 court :: Floor Exercise & Floor segments.
DWLS; fined 10125. trespass on school ground; lined costs. Exercise
Gordon W. Baker pled guilty $101.25. Wayne Douglas Crawford pled t

DWLS; fined $101.25. :Mark A, Smith pled guilty guilty fishing without license; produced 473-3784 Hwy 21 North 473-3324
Baker pled guilty leaving the trespass on school ground; fined valid license, must pay $55
scene of an accident; fined $106.25. $101.25. court costs.Fisherman Monthly Memberships Keystone Heights Certified Instructors
Baker pled guilty running red
light; fined $42.
Jeri J. Jones pled guilty DWLS;
fined $101.25.Kevin .
J. Randolph pled no contestno \
tag; fined 10125. _
Randolph pled'np Contest\ DWLS; if rontiDENMARK
produced valid license, must pay $50
court costs.Leonard .
R. Watson pled no contest THANK} YOUI
DWLS; produced valid license, .
ordered to pay $50 court costs.
Luster A. Perry produced valid
driver license; ordered to pay $50
court costs. I t LaZBoySIMSMI
Tommy R. Brannen pled guilty I
DWLS; produced valid license, must
pay $50 court costs.
Walter R. Bowers pled guilty .

DWLS; fined $101.25. ... .... ;
Waller J. Padelford pled guilty no lt'f; A,,Fact Tou Cai* D* Itttir H i'Otnniarlt Furnilurtg
fined .
tag; $101.25.PadeICord
pled guilty failed to sign H
traffic summons; fined $101.25. W
Louis E. Wilkins pled no contest

expired driver license; produced We Can t
valid license, must pay $50 court ,
Charles E. Lee pled guilty DWLS; they
fined $101.25.Linda 3 Help You Get to

F, Gibson produced valid
tag, must pay $50 court costs. HOT SPOT. Before.
Robert James Hoechst pled guilty I. .
DWLS; fined $101.25. .i
Robert P. Johnson pled no contest It Turns COLD
DWLS; produced valid license, must RRp ac f

pay $50 court costs. jt's| easy with a dependable Mariner-powered boat. Mariner's sura-starling
James L. Donn pled guilty DWLS; B-!fuel-efficient smooth running outboards will get your boat to where thu Ilsyj CJ; .
fined $101.25.Robert jare biting fast.., and home again safely. And during our Fishing Rig salt) "in
A. Wright pled no contest rJ.: J you'll spend less for a Mariner-powered rig than ever before. This week LJJ-: .
DWLS; fined $101.25. specials' lnclude;
Phillip A. Taylor pled guilty no
tag; fined $100.75. : 8/1/1 'lIt I .,e r:. ..
10125.Taylor pled guilty DWLS; fined

Special OlympicsOct.
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23 at CMS =-

The Winter Special County Olym-
pics were held labl A'cilnes'iay, Oct. _.- *- rtaWflWAFr
28 at the Bradford Middle School in f
Volunteers from the Starke 1986 Alumacraft Maverick, MONTHLY PAYMENT :
Kiwanis Club served as judges and G-5hp engine, tilt & trim,.2 heavy it2
scorekeepers for the event with fgduty: batteries, motor guide OPTION. AS LOW AS
Services Director Cliff
Chapman Ceremonies.Emergency acting as Master of BJcustom:; trolling drive motor en trailer.depth Rigged finder 3158"00 Thank you for renewing my contract with the peo-

Rand: ready to fish, (per/month) ple of District 21 for another two
'Winners of the event will be goingto K2 w/10% Down

which the will District be held Special in Starke Olympics this I 23 Stop in today... ,Sale ends Soon

year.event Bradford December County 6. Approximately will host the B3 e. For those who voted for Chance Irvine a special

1,000 athletics will parttclapte in \ erCJt
bowling, weight lifting, basketball thank you.
games and skills. _
Master of Ceremonies for the f For those who did not, I will still do my best to
District meet will be 'Scott In .t. eMorning' .
who will broadcast live the ;
open ceremonies. Also as a special T..g ()\ fcf represent you.Myoffice .
feature during the event Gator football Bta ;,
players will be on hand to assist -

and Anyone greet the interested athletics.In being a a AC v .TACKLE & MARINE. at 2105 Park-Ave. No. 5 Orange Park is

volunteer for the event may contact > :J .. -EVERYTHING FOR THE BOATING 85.
open to all Monday through Friday Telephone
Mary Strong at 964-6800 or David I a" & fISHING ENTHUSIAST" .
Dodge at 964-4522 or 9645370. trI::::
According to Chapman who Is M1):: SALES SERVICE rJJ !) 264-3000.
seeking volunteers, "You will be ( A 262-3115 282.3116

rewarded by your participation and f.f life MILE So, w:.:
kids youill be 'hooked'" for life'* , are great.
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I UMW Bazaar Nov. 20...

I The annual bazaar of the First .-
II II I 4t' United Methodist Church in Starkeis
I Y4 scheduled for Nov. 20 in the
church's Fellowship Hall.
( Co-chairman Diana Josey puts Tires Made In the Good Old U.S. of A.

finishing touches on crafts which TRUCK TIRES MULTI MILE
tit r AM will be on sale the day of the bazaar.
United Methodist Women will GRAN PRIX RVS GLASS BELTED

have the luncheon special of V 31x10.50x15 , '58.00 P195-75B14 . 29.00
soup/chili with drink for a $2 donation 31 x 11.50x15 . '67.00 P205-75B14 . .. '32.00
in addition
to the handmade
crafts and homemade goodies. 33x12.50x15 '78.00 P215-75B14 ,'. . '33.00

This years 'Homespun Christmas' 9X15LT . . '59.00 P205-75B15 . . '31.00
aY Y bazaar will feature the country pan- P225.75815i". '35.00

try, old book stand, home bakery, ; ....00 Extra to Balance Tire P235-75B15 ..?. '36.00
1 r = ( wr" rummage,plants and white elephantas
Ni well as the crafts.Door prizes will Radial XL Multi Mile WhitewallP155

be given out during the day. 8DR-13 . , . '30.00
'" t Nancy Odom and JoAnn Agin are P165 80R-13 . . . . '32.00
serving with Diana as chairman for
a the bazaar which will be from 7 a.m. P195 75R.14 ftO&Pfx r' *37.00
to 3 p.m. Come early for free coffee. P205 75R-14 pjp Nil . '39-

I P205 75R-15 . ,, . . $'2.00

P225 75R-15 . Ilp.4 . .. '43.00

P235 75H-15 . , . . . .. '44.00_

Special Summer' profitHoploca NO HIDDEN COSTS ON OUR REPAIRS)

-_._ ....--...____.. ..... ..-_LO'___ __...... ....._ _____ or Rear Front End Alignment
.. .loo In to minufooluroro -
PINEHURST VARIETY STORE 4495 In.lud..I..t..m.opoo. Ingest ouoponikm' .. ....,,n.
.,.lom. For most Amoricon Front whool
Local FlU nieiiibcrs Hwy. 100 pads or iKou: rauirtoca drum or .
collecting toysA -Across from Southslde Elem. Starke rotora:pact pMrtngi;bind. *odium,rood-toil drln I rlhlct.nrd Chivottot .It. forto oxtro.With
,, Amends 1 truck.Metallic ox pro poroltoioCorbett's '121.
the contribute just gather them up and moot .. ton pom
Toy 1>1'1ponsOI'l'd" ly FABRIC SALE Ir 'On re IIlrnd.
Blue Kiiights International Law "enforcement "some one will come by and pick Special
t Motor Cycle C'lub of the them up. Assisting" in the collectingof T- & Service White
Florida One Chapter of Gainesvillewill the toys will he Lake Butler "
be collecting toys lor distribution Brownie Troop(22 and I the Boy Scout 25 % Off U.S. 301 Temple Avenue -Starke Wheels
to needy children for Christmas. Troops in the Providence! and 8
The toys will be distributed" to kids Ilail'ord ", 'pas. We carry all types of fabric from muslin to the dressy. 964-6436
in all the "surrounding counties including "pick-ups call Florida I IighwayPatrol
Alachua. Baker. BrwH'ord, Trooper Jim Horler at Complete line of sewing notions and Simplicity, Butterickand
Columbia and Union Counties. 4Jfi..ti! : : Clarence Ford at 4Jfj24JOIII' ( McCall patterns.
If has they wish to Tom Patterson at 4!>(>-3l82.UCRicIingaubNeus .
anyone toys __ Open 7 Days a Week. 7 a.m. to 9 m,
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I b\ .J.lUi'l'I''I'i' up those horses in preparation for Ip

Thursday Nov. 6, at 6:30: p.m. has the big event on Saturday.The I
been set as a work day at the Union concession stand will be open r
County Riding Club arena on SIl-121. Friday night.Saturday .
All members are asked to bring Nov. 8, will be the 21st
their gardening tools and come pitchin Annual Fall Frolic beginning with
to prepare for the Annual Fall the Grand Entry at 9 a.m. All proceeds
Frolic. Irom the Fall Frolic will go to
the Logan Andrews Kidney SENTRY
Friday night Nov. 7. has been set Transplant Fund to help pay
as Ride for Fun Night. All membersare medical. expenses for this longtimeUC
encouraged to come: out and t limp Riding Club family. Hardware -Ad good thru Nov. 29. 1986-


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Hunters' Special Thurs.. Fri.. Sat. Only VALUE 18.95 1295 % In x 25 Ft. TOOL BOX G

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AM & FM 120 CHANNEL : Plumi? SAWJT
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RADIOS ON SALE 3 DAYS ONLY 1,1-436)' 13.49 1
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HURRY! 964-6897 HURRY!! -Hickory rVantlle'wTOi'.. curved "F'Adti6r'cutting"pmcisiorvget- -'"'
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Full polished head and striking
Square/mitre feature in handle

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Solid State Horn Belt clip fastened on back of Loosens rusted parts
Includes 9 volt battery
case _
5 year warranty STANU" 40011'
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Ci are>)C* digital remote \
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80 uos'on 107 cnar nel broad Seals airtight and water l
H.Cu" piciure tube screer .
-Ideal for the home
ast/caDle electronic tuner tight to wood metal and or
Auto-programming L Sh0Paintable'
Just push a button to get a
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Single control knob on top ot neater $1.01 I KIT

Heater may be Moor 'mounted or wall mounted Inside Frost .'Installs easily
i BLIP oiezo grids .
'ncreases.R-Value by 90% over an
(Manufacturer _. LIGHT BULBS average single glaze window
irregular in finish) $148_ :: ;:.> 3.00 VALUE/4 PK ArvirT


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-M ; yy/ 4PkAutomatic thermostat 2140
GAS RANGE s _.._t1 control
', -Choose from 40,60.Heat limit cut off device and j
Pilot light ignitior OU 75 or 100 watt frost safety tip-over cut-off .I ,
Easy 10 clean porcelain 'mist light bulbs -1v1 /
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.....CMD.<.. 'z S.W. 6th Avenue 964.6078. Jet SR 21 & 100 Mon.-Sat. 7:30-5:30:
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,, ,,1,1II Florida muzzleloading season starts

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;a 1 Mozzleloading gun season in (tin areas where hogs are classifiedas Hunters also may use their
r wK' t i i.N Florida opens statewide on Nov. 7 legal game); squirrels, rabbits muzzleloading gun stamps during
and closes on Nov. 9. and quail. the special archery/muzzleluading
During the three-day Use of hunting clogs or the use of gun season in the Northwest Region
I muzzleloading) gun season, licensed any firearms other than from February 722.
$ hunters with muzzleloading gun muz7lploaders is prohibited during For additional information con-
stamps are authorized to take deer this period. cerning hunting regulations, sportsmen -
having one or more antlers at least Muzzleloading gun stamps cost$5 can contact the Game and
one inch in length and visible above (plus 50 cents to$1 seller's fee) and Fresh Water Fish Commission listedon
the hairline; wild hogs having a are available from county tax collec- the inside front cover of most
KhnulHpr Ix-ipM of IS! 1nrhrw or rwvo tors and their subauonts. telephone directories.

Trophy. .
r. ,---, David Barnes killed this fine-
n C'r- looking buck near Keystone Heightslast
rf, at
r rt .w"i r rt during archery season.
Barnes said he was in the stand
about 45 minutes before he got his! *
He and his friends! had to drag the
1 deer over a mile through the woods
e after the hunt.

Dove season opensThe November 11, 1988

second phase of dove season '
opens on Nov. 15 and closes on Nov. LQVh
30 in Florida.

Wing shooters, during this phaseof _
the season,can hunt from one-half WE WILL BE
hour before sunrise to sunset. Daily
bag limit is 12, no more than four of HARDWARE & GARDEN CENTERS I
which may be white-winged doves.
Legal methods of taking doves include CLOSEDTUESDAY
archery and shotguns plugged

larger to a three-shell than 10-gauge.capacity Dove and huntersare not I e A P. :: NOV. 11in

not permitted to use crossbows ,
rifles or pistols. In addition, state *
and federal laws prohibit hunters honor of all
from taking doves over artificially
baited areas that are not the resultof servicemen and women
normal agricultural operation.An KEROSUM WE HAVE
area is considered baited for 10 days
who have
ALL served their
alter the bait has been removed. TOYOSTOVE
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Art on displayPortraits ,ACCESSORIES; r'
""*' ---- Forces.
by senior Eric Starlingare IN STOCK ;j
on display in the Main Office at
Bradford High School. Regular Banking will resume Wed., Nov. 12
Eric is taking an Art Research ALL KEROSENE HEATERS ''
.course concentrating in portraiture.
His goal is to be able to paint and ON SALE NOW!
draw not just a likeness but also
"what he sees of character and per Florida National Bank
sonality.On prices start at $79.95WE
display across the street in the U05W Jefferson St Starke 32091 (904)9647050Member ) -
School Board Room are drawingsand
paintings by the following
talented senior high students: FDIC
George Konkel, Angela Montgomery SELL KEROSENE
Christie Rodgers, Brian
Davis John Siegmund Basil Cana- j
day. Dun !Moss Marilyn Dickinson I II + *
Randy Milton, Becky'Poore, Jason
I Brown. Jody Brown and Ginger





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II Canadian trip -_- -- "+ :

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!I Prom "liKe 2 The towns have an English motiff, tario Province is the capital of continues to operate. Great rafts of :;*
roads, through small towns and with houses built near the street, Canada.It is a beautiful old city, logs, covering a half acre or more, To be continued next week..., 't-.
villages, to see the real Canada leaving very little front yard space. with three greystone capital are floated( down the river to the ,
: where people live and work. In every There were many beautiful, old buildings facing three sides of a mill, herded by tug boats. Errant
\ city, town and village, we were impressed churches, virtually all Catholic or square, containing fountains logs are carefully retrieved and
: with the cleanliness of the Anglican, depending on the statutes and gardens.The interior ofthe returned to the raft, since there is a
streets, and the freshly painted background of the residents, either capital,where parliment meets, great deal of recreational boating on COfflfFOR7fIZIE/ YOUR
i homes and buildings. The majorityof French or English. I was similarly rivals the beauty of government the river, and the mill would be
individual homes are traditionaltwo Impressed with the number of new, buildings anywhere in the world.Ottawa liable for accidents if a boat struck a '(
\ story frame construction. There small automobiles.Just as rundownand is a government city, with no log and was damaged. HOME FOR WINTER !
appears to be a trend to aluminum unpainted houses were absent industry allowed within the city Some fifty years ago, city fathers :- =
siding, in order to cut down on from the scene, there were no old limits with one exception: A large bought a mile wide strip of land en- ::7iT :
endless painting. There was very lit cars, and most certainly,there were papermill located on the Ottawa circling the city, providing a green
: tie new construction of individual no old large; cars. river was grand-faihprpH' in. and tw>it between the city and industries Let I
I, I residences going on,but some apart-
ments were being built. The city of Ottawa located in Ont WARREN'SHeating 1\:

; t>, Quota hunt applications extended GED TESTEarn & Air Conditioning "

' 1;; Sportsmen who plan to hunt wild ttichholz; administers the programfor Plumbing & Elec. Service :: ..
turkeys when hunting season opens the Game and Fresh Water Fish ,
,+ on Nov. 15 need to pick up turkey Commission.
school takingthe
stamps beforehand. The $5-stamps: Andrena Greve, one of the Com- your high diploma by help you with their a
are available from county tax collec- missions's accounting supervisors, GED Test. For further Information call .
tors and their subagents. Sellers said the agency ordered 50,000
may charge an additional 50 cents- turkey stamps for this year. 9646150. The deadline for registering is Complete Sales & Service w
for each According to Eichholz, Florida'sturkey
, to-$1 stamp.
Turkey season will end on Jan. 11. hunters will purchase November 25, 1986. Testing dates and '
" However, Florida also has a spring roughly 30,700 of the stamps.In addition \
gobbler hunting "season which will ,most of the remainder probably times are as follows: Heat Pump Specialist
take place March 21 through April will be purchased by collectors since ,
. ;; 26. Sportsmen should attach the the stamps have the historical All Makes of Air Conditioners
. i stamps to their hunting licenses andJ significance of being this state's first Dec. & 2 Dec. 3 & 4 k
have both documents in their posses- turkey stamps. and Heaters
sion while hunting turkeys during Besides stamps, collectors also 1:00: p.m. 6:30: p.m. \\i
* ', both turkey seasons. can purchase color prints of the S? Fuel Oil & Gas Furnaces
' I 7 The 1985 Legislature enacted the stamp artwork from the National 3:00 p.m. 8:15: p.m.
,', turkey stamp program to provider Wildlife Galleries, Inc., 11000-33
. t funding for turkey research ando Metro Parkway, Ft. Myers, FL 6:30: p.m. 964-7230 269-7706 4739068Starke
i management in Florida. Neal 33912. 8:15: p.m.
Orange Park Keystone Hgts '

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Turkey hunters need stamps f

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i Hunters who failed to submit their All permits for wildlife manage-
quota hunt applications before the ment areas in the Central and South OPEN
y Oct. 24 deadline will have one more regions already have been issued.
opportunity obtain quota hunt per Wildlife management areas! with 'I
mits for the first nine days of the quota permits still available in- UND
general gun season. clude:
J Beginning on Nov 10 in the Nor-
* theast and Northwest regions and on Northwest Region 10-6
; Nov. 3 in the Everglades Region, all ((1-800-342-1676): Apalachicola,
I remaining quota hunt permits will Blackwater Still Hunt,Ed Ball,G.U. .' o ttf4 .
: be issued from regional offices of the Parker, Moore's Pasture, Point .emldl
S Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission Washington (still and dog hunts), ,,, :*of& V BEEFS'
on a first-come, first-served and Robert Brent.
J basis to anyone who writes, calls or Northeast Region (1-800-342-8105)): '
', walks in. Hunters who obtained Jena Lake Butler, Nassau, Osceola :'; .i'':
j j quota hunt permits during the ap- and Perpetual. .
f; plicaton period may obtain additional Everglades Region -- -- -
1, permits during this time ((1-800-432-2046)) : Big Cypress U.S. 301 South Starke 964.6071 K
period. Stairstep Unit and J.W. Corbett.

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