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: October 29, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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cool days and cold nights, temperatures ranging from a low in the .r,

thirties to night in the seventies.The SICTIONStHrarhwvy II 10 /da.s 1
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!!fating Workshop "e"'t Tonight 0' -R''e' D' 0 Rezoning for Mb''jI''e''H'O' m"e's' I Iby

Buster Rahn tains 370 acres in the original draft.In ty council instructed the city zoning missioners,who make the final deck heard before a final decision is
BCT Staff WriterIn re-defining the lines of the area to board to begin rezoning procedures.The sion in all cases. made."
Performing Arts... a workshop scheduled for 7:30 be rezoned,the acreage was reduced city board consideredthe The Oct. 20 city commission A final decision cannot be made
pm. today (Thursday, Oct. 29) the with the exclusion of a rezoning zoning of Reno at its first meeting represented the second of Thursday night, since the law requires
The public is Invited to a free City Commission and city Zoning neighborhood,on the east side of Old three required public hearings. The a third public:: hearing.
public 24 in
performance by pianist Brian Gain Road between and hearing, Sept. which a third and final The
Board will attempt to resolve the Lawtey Calvary number of residents the public hearing is city council faces a tough
at the First United Methodist question of rezoning a large land Crum Streets, in which there are no The opposed scheduled for Tuesday,Nov.3,at the decision. Its own zoning board has
proposal. board
Church at 8 p.m. tonight (Thurs- area in northeast Starke to accom- vacant lots, and the homes are all the council's zoning recommended regularly scheduled city council recommended the request be turned
day, Oct. 29)). modate mobile homes. custom built, better-than-average rezone be turned down. request to meeting.The down. Many residents are opposedto
Residents oppose the "wholesale" residences.The workshop set for Oct. 29 is nota having mobile homes scattered
Candy X-Ray... rezoning,and ask that mobile homesbe city council stated its desire to The zoning board does not have public hearing, per se, but the throughout the residential area,
This Halloween, Bradford placed in certain areas to be rezone the area during a discussionof the authority to make final dicisions.Its legal notice in this issue of The although there are 115 mobile homes
Hospital will have its staff on handto determined.The the issue at the last regular coun- only function is to hear both sidesof Telegraph states that "all persons already in place said Schaefer,
x-ray bags of candy free of area covers a susbstantial cil meeting Oct. 20, when coun- a rezoning request, and make interested in or affected by this ap-
charge. section of the Reno area, and con- cilman Charles Schaefer said the ci recommendations to the city com- -"--..- inn sr ....inllt. will be

Bring your children and their
treats to the Emergency Room entrance Poor Site Selection
of Bradford Hospital this
Halloween night (Saturday, Oct.
31), between 4 p'.m. and 8 p.m.
Bradford Hospital will even add a Delays Graham Store '
treat of its own to your goodies.
Bradford Hospital wants to make r
Halloween is a safe, Before I'
wonderful event without tricks lk. F Zoning Board

Just treats and peace of mind for .,

parents. et by Buster Rahn on SR-100 to the Humane Society of ,

Car Wash... BCT Staff Writer the Lake Area, if rezoned.
The county zoning board decidedto The property is to be utilized as an
The Lawtey 4-H Club has a car recommend to the county com- animal shelter for domestic pets. It
wash scheduled Saturday, Oct. 31, missioners that James A.Gnffis're- will be supported entirely by private
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Com- quest to rezone a parcel in Grahambe means, but may contract with local
munity State Bank parking lot in denied. governmental agencies (cities,
Starke. Daniel Griffis, representing his counties) to care for strays, but will
'./ I 4 K father, James A. Gnffis. before the accept small ammals only
Gator Boosters... board, said the 1.18 acres will be us- The shelter will not provide
ed for a convenience store with gas euthanasia (putting animals to ,
The Starke Gator QuarterbackClub pumps, if rezoned. Gnffis told the sleep), but will attempt to get r
is set to meet tonight (Thurs- board that he planned to
purchasethe animals adopted out.A pet cemeterymay
day, Oct 29)) at the Starke Golf & from his father
: property pen- be added at a later date.
Country Club. ding reclassification, and put in the Mrs. Janet Turner assistant zoning
Social hour 6:30 Covered
p.m. store.
director told the board that the
dish dinner and meeting at 7 p.m.A When asked about the sale of petitioners will have to return for a
member of the Gator coaching alcoholic beverages Gnffis said he special exception, if :zoning is ap-
staff will be the guest speaker.The ((4 planned to sell beer during the week, proved.Ms. .
Gator Club is
Quarterback but not on Sundays. Bloodgood was questioned by
a bus to the Flonda-
sponsoring Griffis admitted the land is two residents, but no objections
Nov. 7.
Georgia game ,
situated between two residences his voiced the
were concerning propos
available. For
Seats on the bus are
father living side and Mrs. ed .
K on one shelter.
info contact Hazel Hardy
more ,
964-7451. Y Campanella living on the other side The zoning board voted to recommend -
about 120 feet away from the proposed the request be approved by I

Blood Pressure... store. county commissioners.
James Watson spoke against the
Bradford Hospital will offer free request, saying his mother-in-law Crystal Lake Request...
blood pressure checks to the public Mrs. Campanella 74, doesn't need The Zoning Board rejected a request ,
Tuesday, Nov. 3, from 1-3 p.m. the noise connected with a convenience of architect Charles E. Van I ,
The screenings will be held in the .store, so near to her Zant Sr. to reclassify a corner kit in j
lobby of the new hospital. residence. Crystal Lake Home Sites for a draf !
Wiley Langford. Eddie Starlingand ting/bookkeeping office. The parcel I
Christmas Bazaar... Lloyd Stillwell each stated the contains a residence, with a 3 car
i i at community needs a store, but objected garage held for rental property. '
The Bradford Hospital Auxiliarywill to its being located on the A number of people opposed the
hold its 2nd annual Christmas Griffis property. request, including John Montgomery -
Bazaar in the lobby of the hospital Board member Spyros Drivas told president of the local:
Nov. 6 starting at 9 a.m. and v r' 1. Griffis to find another parcel, and homeowners association. Mon-
lasting until 4 p.m. is ; return to the board for rezoning, tgomery presented a petition of 68
The bazaar will feature arts & Carla QueenOf since the community needs a store. names opposing the change and
crafts, chili, sandwiches, tea coffee sr In the meantime, Drivas moved to said only one person refused to sign
and desserts will be on sale. BUS Homecoming deny the petition.Whitehead the petition.
Come browse around and visit with Zoning Board Member Rick
the Hospital Auxiliary members in Request... Replogle moved to deny the petition,
the gift shop. Carla McCutchen. at right daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.K. Whitehead asked the board to and the motion earned 60.
L.C. McCutchen of Starke, was crowned queen of the approve the rezoning of two acres on Some 20 people attended the
Rep. Exec. Comm.... 1987 Bradford High homecoming at Tornado Whirl last US-301, five miles south of Starke. meeting in opposition to the request.
The Executive Committee of the Thursday night Oct. 22. from OR (open rural)) to CI (com- !i
Bradford County Republican Party mercial, intensive). Van Zant-Jordan Request...
will meet Tuesday, Nov. 3, at 6.30p : Queen Carla was mobbed by fans after she was The land is situated on the west Architect Van Zant withdrew a
.m. at 722 W. Madison Street, crowned as the highlight of Tornado Whirl. l 1nir side of the highway, about 300-400 Van'Zant-Marston Jordan request to
Starke. skit and feet north of the Zippy Market, rezone 4 lots in Plum Valley, east of
The Junior Class won the float, hallway
All Republicans and interested where CR-18 crosses US-301. SR-21 near Melrose in southeast
citizens are urgezd to attend, says decoration contests. Whitehead said he plans to build a Bradford County. When Van Zant
Ben Holtzendorf, chairman.DinnerTheatre. The sophomores were second the seniors third and 40' X 60' metal lease/rental building saw some 15-18 people remaining to
freshmen fourth in the float competiton in the homecomIng on the site. He does not have a ten- oppose the request, he withdrew the
... parade. Crowds students! and spectators, lined '.4 nent at this time, but said it will be petition.
almost the entire parade route It. The seniors were se- used for an allowable business Van Zant had sought to rezone the
"Lo and Behold, a ghostly comedy cond, freshmen third, and sophomores fourth in the skit within the classification.No property from single residence to
will be presented at a dinner- competition at Tornado whirl. one spoke in opposition. The residential/office.
theatre Friday and Saturday board voted to recommend the county -
nights, Nov. 13-14, and Nov. 20-21 at The seniors won the scavenger hunt, the juniors were commissioners approve the re Timber Office Rezoned...
the Starke Woman's Club, spon- second, the sophomores third and freshmen fourth. i } quest. L. J. Kite recieved approval for
sored by The Bradford Players and jc' to RO (residential/office)
Club. Part of the seniors' float is shown above. Cassie Animal rezoning
the Junior Woman's Shelter... his timber office, in existence for 20
Tickets are on sale now at Chas- Autry. Eric Packham Eric lloneycutt are slaying a d Dorothy Bloodgood, representing and was allowed under the
Indian Bernard Baez. Tornado footballers years
played by
tain's Jewelry and Mitchell's Drug Keystone Darby Bloodgood before the board. agriculture classification. Mrs.
1641 win. See 8A h
a Page
Store on Call Street. came through She said they plan to donate the 3 Audrey Kite, his wife, operates Kite
acres adjacent to the county landfill Realty in the building.in .

Class of 1947...

Bradford A reunion High of the School Class is set of 1947 for of 911 The Best Safety in Bradford I
Nov. 20, the night of the final foot- Bargain
ball game with Santa Fe High.

Addresses and phone numbers of Buster Rahn get into the habit of saying "nine one roll immediately from Rescue, Law county residents will experience the location of the telephone from
class members are needed. All BCT Staff Writer one" rather than "nine eleven," Enforcement or Fire Department, some lag time in getting their new which the call is being made, even
members of the Class of 1947 are What is the most beautiful sight since children dialing for help may or a combination of the three.At locations recorded, when they move. though the caller may never say a
asked to contact Ben Holtzendorf, you can envision? It depends on the tend to look for the numeral 11 on the this time, Bradford County has Bradford residents don't move as word.
964-7961, Bea Hildreth, 533-2053, or circumstances, but in times of phone dial, rather than dialing "one only basic 911, which means the often as people in urban areas,making Obviously, for the system to work
Doyle Conner 9042211147. emergency seeing an emergency one." caller must stay on the line to reportthe daily updating unnecessary. each of the 3.200 telephones in the
umt arriving on the scene is positively location of the emergency. In the Residents are not required to county will require identification by
Upcoming... beautiful. What is 911...? next 12-15 months Director Chap- notify officials of their new ad- location: requiring the numbering of
The emergency unit may be a The 911 system was initiated some man expects the county to be on dresses, since they will recorded houses and the naming of streets
The following meetings are rescue vehicle manned with EMT's 20 years ago, utilizing the national "Enhanced 911," which will expedite through telephone customer's and roads. When that is done, and
scheduled by local governmental (Emergency Medical Technicians) telephone network to connect in- dispatching emergency unitsto records. the computer is in place,the enhanced -
agencies: and life saving equipment, a fire dividual telephones to a central the right place through a computer Director Chapman said the basic 911 will put the information on the
-A special joint meeting of the Ci- truck a police car, or possibly all dispatcher. Reader's Digest says the hook-up that identifies the 911 system was initiated in Bradford screen of the computer terminal
ty Commission of Starke and the three. system has been implemented in location of the telephone from which County in April 1986, and about 70 when 911 is dialed. The information
Starke Zoning Board is set at 7:30 Getting emergency vehicles roll about half of the nation. the call was made. percent of emergency calls are now may provide detailed directions to
p.m. tonight (Thursday. Oct. 29) in ing toward the scene within a matterof In Bradford County, the call goesto The Bradford County system will coming in on the 911 number. the location of the phone using roador
city hall, to further discuss the seconds is made possible throughthe the county Jail when 911 is dialed. utilize a "stand alone system street names, or landmarks to
rezoning of a large tract of land in 911 program. The dispatcher relays the requestfor locator," which will be updated each Enhanced 911... guide emergency vehicle driven. t
NE Starke (Reno). The third and Director of Emergency Services help to the proper agency. 10.14 days, rather than daily, as The advantage of enhanced 911 is
final public hearing is set Nov. 3 on Cliff Chapman reminds everyone to Depending on the situation, vehicles some urban areas are, meaning that in its ability to instantly recognize
the city proposal to rezone 374

acres cation family in allowing residential NE Starke both to from mobile RID single, a homes classif- Horse Show, Calf Scramble Set Saturday at Fairgrounds. ,

and permanent residences.The Barrel racers from all over will be ing revived after about 10 years The Futurity: Mark Mosley, Betty The Halloween costume judging is' the 1968 Bradford County Fair
Bradford County Commis- gathering this weekend in the area calf scramble program Is set from 6 Everett, Robert Jordan, Melinda Pr- set for 7:30 p.m. First prize is$15,se- livestock competition.
sion is next scheduled to meet at of the Bradford Riding Club on p.m. to 7:30: p.m. Saturday, Oct. 31, ingle, and Kim Griffis. cond prize is $10, third prize, $5.
9:30: a.m. Nov. 2, its regular first US-301 on the north end of the in the horse show arena. The program Judges for the calf and chicken
Monday meeting. fairgrounds complex. includes two calf scrambles, Calf scramble scrambles and costume judging are
participants are '
Commission is set Calf Scramble... James Gaskins. Ken Teal. John ,
The Lawtey barrel events and Halloween
Several racing two chicken scrambles, Kristy Harrison, Lance Wiggins
to meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. sponsored by the Bradford Riding costume judging contest. The calf and chicken scramblesare Chris Willmgham, Grant Jones,Sam Miller, Susan Faulkner, Lawrence I
2, In its regular first Monday Club, will be held during the Coca-Cola is the major sponsor of set for late Saturday afternoon, Norris, Terry Whitehead John Mosley. Richard Welty J.E. I
meeting. weekend. Some of the nation's top the first Barrel the biggest Oct. 31.The Reichert Daryl Gnann, Mike Tomhnson. Dolph Reddish Jimmy
The Starke Commission next riders will be competing for purses such event to FuturltYI in Bradford program begins at 6 p.m. Paul Qualls, John Dempsey, Donnie Alvarez, and Len Schlofman. i
regular meeting is set for 7:30 p.m. estimated to total $20.000 for the County, says Ms. GrIffis. Riders will Hutchins, retired Bradford vo-ag ad- Oden, Kevin Wise Jason Smith Er- Calf scramble ,those who
Tuesay, Nov. 3. That night will also weekend, says Kim Griffis race compete for money rather than visor, is the mister of ceremonies. nie Williams, David Lizenbee,David donated a calf, are: Morns Ed- t
be the final public hearing and a organizer. Barrel racing events are trophies. To qualify for the futurity There will be an invocation. The Na Paige Shawn Miller Eddie Seig- wards, Charles Baldree.Florida National -
vote probably will be taken on the scheduled from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. events a horse must be less than four tional Anthem will be sung by Greg mund Billy Harrison, Bo Hersey. Bank Susan Faulkner Community -
NE Starke rezoning issue. Saturday, Oct. 31, and from 1-3 p.m. years old and never have raced for Alvarez, a current vo-ag advisor. Alternates are Randy Underhill and State Bank. Griffin Industries
The regular monthly meeting of Calf scrambles are set at 6:19:
Sunday. Nov. 1. money or trophies before. Four or p.m. Andy Smith. Roger Jones. Phil and Sue
the Brooker Town Council is set at Barrel racers from all over five futurity horses from Bradford and 6:30 p.m. Gainey. Chamber of Commerce and
7:30: p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. of Florida are expected. Inquiries have County will be entered, Ms. Gnffis The first chicken scramble for Scramble winners, drawn by Bradford Fair Association Vernon
The regular monthly meeting come from as far away as Indiana, savs. youngsters 7-9 years of age are set
will be allowed to keep their Reddish of Orian Well Chevrolet-
is chance I
the City Commission of Hampton at 6:45 The second chicken, for
Bradford riders will
Ms. Griff says. 1 he following p.m.
animals if they to show them Old. Ken Teal of Teal Tile.
set at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10., The Bradford calf scramble is he- be competing in the first Starke ages 10-12, is set for 7 p.m. j


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.IN TELEGRAPH October 29. 1181

Circuit Judge Rules Starke Attorney Liable in Client Representation SuitStarke

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Brown has attorney been ruled Terence monetarily M. reviewed issue with the depositions Florida Bar. The of Bar all would Brown terminate says he was the told the clients have not yet forfeited,or yielded whom the lawyer has no family or so-calldd"privilege." permitting an

disputeInby client representation witnesses and found nothing improper Larkin. But when the clients contract did with long-held traditions that protect a prior professional relationship, in attorney to contract with or discuss
Circuit Judge Osee not lawyer-client relationship against person or otherwise when a signifi-
,but the finding of the Bar has terminate the contracting with a prospective client
Fagan. not yet been presented to Larkin & Shea contract.Brown wrote interference by another especially cant motive for the lawyer's doing so for services that the attorney knows
Atty. Brown baa filed an appeal of Fagan, Brown says. Judge (Brown advising that defendant ,another lawyer, regardless of the is the lawyer's monetary gain. are already under contract with
Judge Fagan'a ruling In the First Atty. Brown he ) represented the motive." Neither set of rules contains the another attorney,
District Court of Appeals and says favorable says expects a ruling clients. The Code of Professional Responsibility
to him from Whether
he expects a ruling within a few court. Brown appeals these actions are in effect when these events
weeks from the says he wants a justified or "privileged" is a ques- took ..
appeals court. trial before a Bradford place provides: .If a lawyer
jury on the of law
Brown who according to Judge knows
client has
successfully handled client representation issue. If the Fagan. a previously obtain
claims for three Starke clients who court upholds Judge appeals The ed counsel he should not accept
were seeking to recover damages of there will be a jury trial on Fagan the to judge ruled that some damage employment in the matter unless the ti
$450,000 in loss and injuries of loved liability issue, Brown says. but plaintiffs the extent resulted is not disputed, other counsel approves or tPhvMrul
ones was charged by Larkin It Shea The complaint filed by Larkin & established. thereof has not been withdraws or the client terminatesthe
a Jacksonville law firm with interfering Shea states: prior employment.The .
with the relationship that Plaintiff (Larkin & Shea) had on the Brown's defense is that because new Rules Regulating the
firm had with the three prior contract for legal serviceswas Florida Bar effective
same clients. July 26, 1985 entered into a binding January 1,
Judge Fagan ruled August 2 in written contract with the three terminable at will by either par 1987 provide in pertinent part the
ty that under
the law
favor of Larkin & as pronounced
on the issue clients for claims growing out of an in following:
of liability the amount of damages accident July 20, 1985 the Wackenhut Corportation v. Rule 44.2: Communication with I
to be determined at a later date. death of the wife of one client causing and injuries Maimone, the interference with the person represented by counsel...In kA evi4'
Brown said he filed a motion for a to family members of the prior contract relationship Is'privileged" representing a client, a lawyer shall
summary Judgment to dismiss the others. as being a legitimate not communicate about the subjectof
complaint by Larkin It Shea and With knowledge of such prior con place.activity of the competitive market the representation with a person 3.4 ti4.anglne MODEL 3400
Judge Fagan's ruling followed.Atty. tracts still in existence defendant the lawyer knows to be representedby 4'
Brown points out he has not yet been (Brown) discussed with the clients Court records quote the judge as another lawyer in the matter, .' BOW SAW '
able to present his case before either his representation for the saying that"assuming Wackenhut is unless the lawyer has the consent of .
same the law of AutoINIIc&JNnuaI
Judge Fagan or a Bradford County claims for a lesser fee (20 percent as and this state in most instances the other lawyer. chain Oiling systems
j Brown opposed to 33 one-third percent) and even though our legal Rule 47.3: Direct contact with a .
profession has lycar
also points out Larkin t actually entered into a contract with undergone significant prospective clients.a) A lawyer 1 limited warranty
Shea filed a grievance on the client the clients on July 31, 1985. changes relating to solicitation and may not solicit professional employment '
advertising by attorneys surely we from a prospective client with 3t : -r," ,,,,

. Brooker Council Gets Tough on Delinquent Water Billsby

13 Inch Bow NOW

Joe Gissy mayor said. The same people every $5 may be charged if not payed by Raulerson to take and record the Reg. $449.99 ONLY $38999
BCT Staff Writer month harass the town clerk and the 20th. "This gives them 20 days in reading on any meter that is lockedso
The Brooker Council voted to Mrs. Prescott at any time, day or which to pay the bill." That gives a charge of utility theft can be NOW AT THESE DEALERS
charge a delinquent fee of $25 for night to have their water service enough time the council agreed so documented in case evidence is
late payment of water bills and an restored and the$5 fee is not enough the motion was passed by the three needed.
additional fee of $25 if payment is to stop it, the mayor said. councilmen in attendence: George KEYSTONE HEIGHTSBob's STARK
made after regular office hours of 5 City Clerk Cheryl Cox said she Pierce A. B. Adams and C.J. Pay for Training... lownmow&ChulitMW Rapolr Florida Post Control
p.m. weekdays and noon Saturday. mails the bills on the last day of the Stalnaker. The motion was writtenso The council Hwy 21 North-473.0233 339 1.Call St.-964-3743

"The present fee of $5 is not month so they are received by the as to make the fee mandatory, clerk Linda Robinson agreed to for pay time former she DtotnbuMd by TKigpwi Dwtitbulon" ,,Ino,Boa MS Tman OA 317M Can(Vt2)M3-13M
enough," said Mayor Blake first. and not at the discretion of the clerk. has I.9RI. Although scary OMW. AM bon. .previously notified of IhM on.on IMIVMJIMI.......may
A notice spent working with the budget not pwtiacMl H an*you >l cl doM nol nottwr hOod or can((912))302 1M6= for
Hamilton at a special meeting of the printed on the bills says Mrs. Prescott the meter reader and familiarizing the new clerk with .-....MUK.of offer w.OUMWMM wtoquaM_acN.._....._
council Tuesday evening Oct. 27. payable on the loth,and a penalty of was advised by Marshal Tommy city records. .-- .
"We need to run the city like a
business and not a carnival the



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authorization. Now Thru Sat., November 7
Charles Cunningham a Reno resident -
says the area is beginning to F f?
look somewhat decent meaning that SERVlltTAR,
many fine homes have been built 2"x60-Yd.
and people are taking pride in their rJ' I
community. He and other residents P Soil
voiced disapproval of placing mobile Potting! Duct Tape
homes next door to the nice custom
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built homes but preferred to see a Professional quality. Silver
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mobile homes. I crusting. Ideal for foliage beddingplants. SF adhesive. Seals heating and cool- -
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Assistant Zoning Director Janet SSR-600
Turner says her office receives peti- '
tions almost weekly to place mobile $ .
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choice is between a mobile home and -
no home according to city officials.
With the resignation of councilman Poulan' fRbuchVi Foam / i

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911 a Safety Bargain for Bradford

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The enhanced system has another (he system to operate from a budget, phones to share the cost. greatest bargain available today for
positive side effect. It will virtually approved through regular county Whatever the cost, it is the any government service '
eliminate crank calls since the budget channels, and be divided I
phone from which the call was equally among the number of
made will be Identified includingpay
telephones in the county. Reader's
telephone digest reports that some urban ...
All pay phones are connected to areas are paying as little as seven t
the system,and may be used to dial cents per month for the enhanced 911 See un kirQpulity
911 without the use of a coin Chap- system.Bradford. Invttutlontt *KcceplUm Items
*AileniluntB Gifts Dretme
man said.Other County residents will Party D
*Tuxe likely have to more than seven
pay r
than Drldul Accessories
rents, since there aren't as many GlflM
Telephone customers in Starkeare AnnlycrMW'
assigned exchange number 964. Iota > '
Residents in outlying sections of the "There's nothing e
county may have one of the follow with "!!2: team Come Cl'Cue"a. ., ,
ing numbers 468, 473 47S or 496 wrong myhearing Leila'sDress '"
assigned depending on the area in !" ,
4'' ; which they hve.Regardless & Gift Shop .1.,
tl of the three digit Heard that one before?
telephone number prefix, emergency You probably have. First of all. It Bradford Squar. s
service vehicles will be dispatched takes people along time to realize Shopping Center Slarke9645O51
from Starke. Phones with the they have a hearing problem It
numbers 468, 473 and 475 will have happens gradually.Then they QBB3
think they can compensate for It.
calls routed through Gainesville, to You know the signs. .the loud
the Bradford County dispatcher television the cupped ear and, oh
Calls made from the west side of the yes,the unending, "Whut'd you
county, using the 496 prefix, will be say?"
I i w r 'tFP'1" routed through Lake Butler but the It's difficult to live with a hearing
caller will loss.Whether It's yours or a loved
receive the same Immediate -
one's.You don have to. Most
service, since informationis hearing losses can be helped.
relayaed via radio. Come by

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In April 1987, telephone
subscribers saw an additional SO FREE Hearing Tests 9:30.1: ::30
cents per month tacked onto their or schedule an appointment at
bills to pay start-up costs for implementing our office in Gainesville for a I IRE
the basic 911 system FREE hearing test for someone
The will for total
charge continue a
love. You'll be better for It.
of 18 months, raising $46,000 duringthe
The 1987 legislature provided for B 4one.
financing to continue by way of a
service charge on telephone bills,
1905 NW 13th St.
but the amount from
may vary yearto
Junior Float Wins... year,and county to county. Gainesville Florida
Current legislation provides for call: 373-55O7 for appt.
(',un.nd.. below and Wendy Young operate a moat on the( .limior
l.iss I lout which won fhl place In the BITS hoinoiuiiiin parade by
follow IIIK the historical! theme,"Tornadoes! Cu mi-lot." The sophomores|
won hfrond place the seniors! third and fiohmcn fourth.

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I A brisk wind Sunday afternoon made It difficult to show off his wares but under the right conditions he
has produced a 6o-footer, which he says Is in the Guinness Book of World Records (or should be). .- _v

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hits the big bass that seems taller
than the Old Courthouse. Southern
Pride Bluegrass provided foot-
stomping music Including the ever
popular "Orange Blossom Special".
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Starke Scenes PopularArtist The Youth Choir from Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Church I
I Ken Small and wife of Gainesville show paintings of several Starke historical buildings. St. raise their voices Sunday afternoon under direction of pianist Alice Sear-
Mark's Call Street.Episcopal church (left) and First Presbyterian, on the right, flank the 1902 red brick courthouseon cy. Kenya Atkins and Latoya Davis were lead vocalists.

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(We yield most of The Telegraph's editorial page this week in order to I I
give Increased picture coverage to Starke'a Second Fall Festival of the Flu Shot Time Brings Back MemoriesFlu

Arts. The features used regularly on this page will be resumed next


season's just ahead. At least 10,000 people died in each of the epidemic can be brought under control."

The small fee you pay for an Immunization 19 flu epidemics recorded In the U.S. bet- All persons who did not have business of
Economics Catches Up shot now may be the best investmentyou ween 1957 and 1986. More than 80 percentof "most urgent" nature were warned to remain
Voodoo ever made these deaths were caused by pneumonia at home, and stay away from public
developing in people over age 65the ones
of kind.
This is the message being broadcast during who need most of all to protect themselveswith gatherings any
trouble has been brew- National Adult Immunization the next issue of The / on
unfortunate Basically, the present flu shots. By Telegraph
It is that it took a Stock Market *
first in office Weekthis last week in Oc- 18 member of the
ing ever since Reagan's year Awareness October every
Crash to make President Reagan shed his rose- of October is the best time to get the shots
with his stubborn Insistence on his policy tober. newspaper staff, except one, was down
colored glasses and face the reality of world because the body then has several weeksto
economic conditions. what Vice President George Bush (who opposed The local Health Clinic will continue giving build immunity to the various flu with the flu. That issue of the paper con-
-- Reagan for the Republican nomination) denounced clinic in up tained no news because no one was able to
In the words of commentator James Reston: as "voodoo economics", It has now November shots during long regular as the vaccine lasts.days So viruses before the real season hits in report it. Readers got only four pages filled
"Events of the last few months have been trying been proved that Bush was right in the first far this fall season the clinic has given November and December. with advertising and legal noticesbut
to tell this country something about its place. Even David Copperfield the magician, 200 shots, and still has about 135 doses Other high risk groups, besides senior It didn't matter much, for everyone was
mindless excesses. They have been saying you could not balance the budget by cutting taxes over citizens, are children and adults with either too sick to read, or too busy taking
can't run a government on credit cards, that and increasing defense spending at the same left.Starting chronic heart or lung problems, and those care of other members of the family.
the politics of blame won't solve our problems, time. That was Reagan's goal, and it didn't next week, the shots will be with chronic diseases such as diabetes, the October 25 issue, the worst of the
and that when the party's over the bills start work. It took Wall Street brokers, as well as given on regular clinic days:: Wednesdays kidney problems, anemia, cancer or By /
but The
over, Telegraph rana
and 1:00 to 3:30.: Friday epidemic was
coming in. customers, a long time to discover they were from 8 till 11:30: asthma. "BRADFORD
''fool's and the crash that hours are from 8 to 11:30.: Shots will not be headline announcing
living In a paradise",
shots also urged for taking COUNTY HAS TERRIFYING EX-
available this Friday, Oct. 30, since the Flu are anyone
Mr. built his overdue has finally come.
Reagan popularity on efforts to was long
make Americans "feel clinic staff will be attending an out of town drugs suppress
good" about
themselves and their country. This was the Neither Congress nor the White House now meeting.In system contact, for health with flu workers victims likely, and to for come And so it was, according to the following
basis of his TV message, 'It's morning in knows how to cope with the present situation.But order to be most effective, shots into in nursing homes or other groupcare pee.pie story:
America"... everyone Is jumping out of bed, one thing is sureno matter what should bq taken during October or the first living facilities. The vaccines are considered "For the past 15 days Bradford County
good breakfast and jogging off to measures are taken, they must derive from a November. Later than that,
eating a a two weeks la safe for pregnant women who fall has been in the grip of the Influenza
high-paying job with a credit card in his or her bipartisan effort based on cooperation and the flu season may be in full swing before into one of the high-risk categories if they epidemic that is raging throughout the
wallet. compromise, rather than confrontation. If Mr. the body has had time to build up an immunity at least four months pregnant. country. There have been hundreds of
Well, that might have been great-for some- Reagan has finally learned this lesson, it is at a after taking the shot. are cases in the county, and a large number of
notably the "young just out of ivy- start in the right direction,even If purchased 1918 Flu Epidemic deaths have resulted. The epidemic was
league business turkl"l ent on making a the cost of billions of dollars in stock market According to health officials, the U.S. Worst Ever In U.S. especially severe in the Brooker and Lake
million dollars during their first year on Wall losses. has about 40,000 flu-related deaths each Butler sections, there having. been 30 to 40
Street. But what about those without credit All year, Mr. Reagan has steadfastly year. Although the present flu viruses are The devastating wave of Spanish Influenza deaths in those areas." -
cards? resisted the very kind of meeting with congressional not as deadly as the so-called "Spanishflu" that swept the nation in the fall of '
leaders that was finally held Monday.His that killed thousands of Americans 1918 took a toll of an estimated 350,000 At Teas!a" third o?The people of Starke
Reston reminds us: "The evidence was all White House spokesman said: "It is true during World War I, the disease can still American lives. In its issue of October 11, had been stricken, with four deaths
around before the crash... in the Iran-Contra that the stock market (crash) has added a cause a lot of misery,ranging in time from 1918, The Telegraph reported: "This reported. During tba height of the
hearings In the budget deficits and the over- sense of urgency that we want to respond to. 24 hours to several days of fever, conges- disease is sweeping Starke. Barber shops epidemic here, several business houses
whelming trade deficits... in the adventuresor And it may be the difference that tipped the tion, bowel irregularity, aches,and nausea and soft drink stands have been closed were closed, with every person connectedwith
( misadventures) in the Persian Gulf... in the balance" (with. the President>)>. that costs Americans millions of dollars in and there .Is some talk of closing down all them stricken by the disease. All
backsliders in electronic pulpits... and in the about it. doctor bills and lost time from work. business houses for a few days until the schools were also closed.
moral squalor" of some political candidates. No doubt

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Lisa Durban Tom Tatum Jr. '
] ; Laney October 24thMiss
Married In OCT. 3 In I
Ceremony Lawtey '
't Angella Booth, daughter of was a ilk arrangement of blue and
: ''t..:t, Keith and Vivian Booth of Starke, white flowers, with white net,
Miss Lisa Anne Durban of Jacksonville daughter of Mrs. Patricia Wainwright ,' I' was married to William Neal Laneyof designed by the bride.
Brown of Jacksonville and William L. Durban of Gainesville, marred f'' ,:..'' Starke, son of Don and Joyce Following the wedding a receptionwas
Thomas Wesley Tatum, III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom W. Tatum,Jr.,of L Laney of Temple, Ga., on Saturday, held at FSP Training Building.
". Oct. 24 at the Church of God of Prophesy Reception music was provided by
The wedding ceremony was held Saturday, Oct. 3 at 6 p.m., in Grace in Starke. the Coronett Brothers Band.
united Methodist Church of Lawtey, with Rev. Wilson Ballard of Starke conducting The bridegroom's uncle, Rev. The bride's table was covered witha
the ceremony. William T. Laney, performed the white tablecloth with blue silk
Wedding music was provided by soloist Vicki Thomas and pianist Audra \ ceremony. Nuptial music was provided flower arrangements. Loretta Mar-
Brantley both assisted by Brenda Thomas. by Mrs. Ada Reddish on the chant and Sandy Barber were in
The brIde was given In marriage by her father, William Durban. piano and soloist Dirk Schmidt. charge of all food arrangements.Mrs. .
The best man was Glenn Sapp and ushers were Larry Davis, Michael .J The bride was given in marriageby Rose Hicks and Mrs. Susan
Jackson, Clay Watson, Dewey Durban and Bo Durban. her father. Dattoli cut and served the cake. The
Matron of Honor was the bride sister,Denise Durban Hickman,wearing a Best man was Tony Laney cousinof bride's book was kept by Sandy
tea-length lame' off-the-shoulder dress of emerald green, accented with a the groom, and Geovanni Dattoliof Barber.
pearl necklace and earrings.She carried an arm bouquet of white roses,tied Jacksonville served as usher. Denise Shoenig, the bride' sister,
with satin ribbons and accented with baby's breath and greenery Miss Toni Padgett was maid of was photographer using a VCR
Bridal attendants were the bride sisters Cathy Marcia Waters and Jessica irk honor and the bride's sister Gail camcorder.
Joyce Durban and her cousin Cheryl Boyett. These attendants were attiredin Booth was an attendant. They worea Following a wedding trip to Temple
dresses identical to the matron of honor and wore a small spray accented blue full-length dress with white Ga., to visit the groom's family
with pearls in their hair. lace around the off-shoulder bodices, who were unable to attend the wedding
The bride wore a chapel-length dress by Ihssa, which had a drop waist, and baby's breath accenting their the newlyweds will reside in
long sleeves, and high neck, accented with pearls and sequins. Her bridal hair. They carried wicker baskets Starke.
bouquet was a cascade of red roses, accented with white carnations. She tlt with blue and white silk ar The bride owns Fur Fashions, a
wore a chapel length veil accented with pearls. rangements. dog grooming salon in Starke and is
Spiral candles accented the church altar, with large arrangements of red Flower girl was Terri Laney, who employed by LII' Skeeters in Starke.
roses adorned with white gladiolas. Red roses were also placed in vases carried a wicker basket with blue The groom is a Correctional Officerat
throughout the church. Aisle candles were decorated with satin white ribbons rice bags. Matt Shoenig served as New River Correctional Institute
accented with pearls and greenery. ring bearer, carrying a white heart- Out-of-town guests attending the
Following the wedding ceremony, a reception was held at the Camp Blan- shaped pillow with the rings. wedding were the bride's paternal
7 The bride wore a full-length white grandparents, Jim and Jenny Boothof
lace gown with a Victorian lace collar Palatka; Dorothy and Debbie of
accented by a blue satin and Palatka; and Loretta and Bill Mar-

New Arrival.,_..__.___..fix\x\.V.V\xV.\x\xM Mr.and Mrs.Tom Tatum,III lace belt, which was made by the chant with daughter, Tara of Lake
bride's mother. The! bridal bouquet_ .City
Dustin Hoover __ _
McSpaddenDavid Ashley .
and India McSpadden of Mike and Sandee Hoover of Hamp- ding Officers Club, which was decorated with candles, red roses, and vases
Lake City announce the birth of their ton announce the birth of a daughter, of white roses.Reception PresentingFur
son,Dustin Mitchell, born Sept. 14 at Ashley Elizabeth, born Oct. 15 in music was provided by Image.On .
Shands Hospital in Gainesville. He Gainesville. the bride's table was a 4-tier wedding cake with two side tiers accented
weighed 7 Ibs. 4 oz. Maternal grandparents are in emerald green. The top piece was a porcelain bride and groom accented
Maternal grandparents are Jerry Lawton and Lorine Youngblood of with white silk roses. Serving cake and punch were Elaine Wamwright, Kim
and Lucy Geiger of Starke. Great- Hampton. Great-grandmother is Wainwright, Bonnie Rosier Durban and Linda Griffis. 'I I Collections
grandparents are Myrtle Ward of Alta Youngblood of Waldo. Angela Boyett greeted guests at the door and kept the bride's book. Idell
Starke and Sam and Dot Hunter of Paternal grandparents are Jim Boyett assisted in setting up the reception. j
Graham. and Joyce Hoover and Great- Following a wedding trip to South Florida, the couple will reside in We make
Paternal grandparents are Roger grandmother is Mae Hoover, all of Lawtey.The having the fur of
and Irita Richerson of Lake Butler. West Virginia. bride graduated from Robert E. Lee High School attended Florida
Great-grandparents are John and Junior College and is employed with Body Shop, Inc.,as retail manager.. She your dreams a
Leona McSpadden of Lake Butler is the granddaughter of Wilma Starling Wainwright of Lawtey and great-
and Irene Richerson of Robertsdale, Cecil Whitehead Has granddaughter of Mable B. Wainwright of Starke. Dream Come True
Ala. 80th Birthday PartyMr. The groom graduated from Bradford High School and is employed by .\
Tatum Bros. Lumber Company in Lawtey. He is the grandson of Mr. and
Travis Clark .Cecil R. Whitehead celebratedhis Mrs. O.E. Pearson of Starke and Mr and Mrs. T. W. Tatum, Sr. of Lawtey. "V The Store That Gives

Donald and Charlotte Clark of 80th birthday Saturday,Oct.24 at -- i Service:
Starke announce the birth of a son, the home of his daughter and son-in- + No Service Charge on

Travis Maternal Roy, born grandparents Oct 7. are Mr. law City,,Judy where and Mr.Clark Whitehead Martin in Lake also Starling Reunion To Be Held Oct. 31 LayawaysWe

and Mrs. Joseph Telken of Starke. resides now. The families of the late Joe E. and The reunion will be held this Saturday carry Jr. Petites,
Paternal grandparents are JamesH. The party was attended by Mr. Alma Starling are planning a reu- at Sampson Lake at V. L. Starl- i "r Misses, and Large Sizes.
Clark of Green Cove Springs, and and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. of mono Anyone interested is invited to ing's home, beginning at 1 p.m.
Mrs. Dean Covert of Tehachapi, Kingsley Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Her- come and bring a picnic lunch. All r
Calif. mie Kelly of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. friends and relatives are invited to r
Wendell Kelly of Lake Worth Mr. attend. Youth Rally Friday

.--.-. and Mrs. W.P. McKinney of For FREF. help with your wardrobe needs .
Lawtey Elem./ CafeteriaThe
Jacksonville, Mrs. Sue Garcia of Did You Know... .
Thomas-Carter To Wed Orange Park, daughter Patti Frickof Call on the Professionals.
Apostolic Truth United
Mrs. AI K. Carlisle, Mrs. Herbert
Cross Creek, Mr. Ray Thomas of
Saturday, November 7 Cross Creek, Jennifer Stokes of Thomas, Mrs. Mac Baldwin, Mrs. Pentecostal Church of Lawtey will
be sponsoring a Youth Rally this Fri-
Ms. Linda Gave Thomas and Jacksonville and grandsons, Ryan Minou Wainwright, Mrs. Rose day, Oct. 30 at 7:30: pm. in the Leila'sBradford
Steven Russell Carter and their and Shaun Frick and Robert Martm.Woman's Babyar, Mrs. Edward Watts, Mrs. Lawtey Elementary cafeteria.
James Blackshear and Fr. Gilbert
parents announce their upcoming Pastor Rev. Emmett '
Bright in- Square
wedding, which will be an event of Club Exec. Crosby attended the 97th annual vites everyone to enjoy anointed
Saturday, November 7. meeting of the Episcopal Church and Starke M-S 9:30-5:30:
The wedding wi'l be held at 7:30: Board to Meet Nov. 4 Women, Diocese of Florida held at singing call preaching.782-3303.For more information 964-5051 Visa & M/C
p.m. at the Post Chapel on Camp Trinity Episcopal Church in
The Executive Board of theWoman's
Melrose, on Thursday, Oct. 22.
Blanding. A reception will be held at
Club of Starke will meet in ,
LWCI Club following Bishop Frank Cerveny was the .
the club room at 1 p.m.on November
Celebrant at the Eucharist Service
the _____ _
wedding. _
4. All officers and committee )
All friends and relatives are invited and Mrs. Emmy Cerveny was the
chairmen are: requested,attend. .
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20 Members of BIIS Class of 1946 Meet Here...

Twenty member of the Class of ItM of Bradford High School gathered
/ Saturday night Oct. 3. at the Elks Lodge. US-MI North in SUrhe. .
It was the first gathering since IM1 of the It-member class.While the
turnout was small,the 1946 grads enjoyed themselves,catching.p, talking
: : about old times and dancing music popular In their younger.day*.
Y'I'I i i The members present above. L-R:
I Bottom rowJohn Anderson Seletta Sparks Thomas of Gainesville.
Anlce Green Dlttmar of Jacksonville. Charles Johns of SUrke. Ralph
\ Alvarez of Fort Myers and Bobby Turner on 8. FL, East Coast.
i Second rowJoyce llasklns Hammock of Ocala. Margaret MoBtiethiMcGrirr
4t- ., i of Gainesville Kathllne Judd Carter. Katy Mavde Easterlies
Stokes. Myrtle Thomas Deaver of Gainesville. Evelyn Newsome
1 q ii r't l 1. Williams of Folkston. GA. Eunice Griffls Gilllard of fUiford.
Back row-James Wainwright J.C. Parker of Orlando Marion Ib..-
1 Ing of Clermont Charles Thornt n. Selma Rivers Ellington of Gn"_.
c, Jerome Johns of Crystal Lake. June Paul Redden of Mandarin.
M1 It Other 1948 grads are: Margaret Alvaret. Lyle Anderson. Beatrice
Barnes Blanche Butler Charlie Cowen.Stanley Crawford Frank Crew*.
Herbert Crews. Luella Davis Betty Hayes Dees.Howard Douglas.Ralph
I j I Dudley Charles Edward Herbert Filly aw.Gill Garrett. Wanda Pearce
tT Godwin. Mavis Thomas Goodge. Hazel Fields Green. Madeline Green,
Mose Grirfls, Bryan Harrell. Esther Crews llarrell.Carolyn Ross Iliads.
_4l ,_ Roy Howard Evelyn Colson Jenkins Gloria Cooper Johnson Eva Jean
Reddish Juthall Joseph T. Kirkland Troy LoadhoJti. Henry Loper.
Helen Rowland Marshall Florence McCulley M_. Marvin Montgomery
Wes June Patel Page. William D. Parker. Betty Turner Reddish
Vera Mosley Reynolds. Virginia Rice. Collette Green Rosier Betty. ..
"v 4" 1 Illatt Rowland. Ethel Durling Rubin. Billy Sapp. Esther Griffis Sapp.
Lorene Moncrlef She waiter, Martell Edmondson Simpson.Steve SIJ....
r Imogene Nettles Suggs. Francis Taylor Bernice Cooper Thomas
) 1 1 Y 'd "' t1' Ernestine Moore Thomas D.L.Thomas Howard Thompson Elbert Erie
y y F.y k k Thornton. Lila Rae Caldwell Yawn.


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first fait meeting of the XI Iota Muggins Diane Hodge Linda charitable projects. Phyllis then
Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi
Mosley Brenda Thomas Bonnie served homemade goodies to the
Sorority was held at the home of Landry and Linda Bowen. Dawn
Mrs. Linda Luther on Sept. 15.An in- Mosley was a guest. The musical group.
Take SR 16 West from' 301
teresting program on computerswas "South Pacific" was presented anda Oct. 17 a Halloween party was FOREST :
presented followed with a ques- delicious buffet was enjoyed by all. hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Intersection go 4 miles from
tion and answer period and group Old and new friendships were Mosley at their home for membersand HEIGHTS Starke to signs.
discussion. A social time was en- renewed with North and Central Fla. their families and guests. 1 1
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refreshments. Chapters. the hayride and hot dog and chili LG. Beautiful Pines or
Members attending the area luncheon Phyllis Huggins hosted the Oct. 6 supper. Afterwards a huge bonfirewas
held at the Alhambra Dinner meeting. Diane Hodge presented a enjoyed along with roasted Paved Streets *($15C>, DN.YRS. ((912)) 681-4516
Theatre on Sept. 26 were: Phyllis.. program and slides on the New marshmallows. New rushees attending FINANCING)
England States. Each summer were: Sylvia UnderhIll, Sheila
McDavid's members choose a small gift whileon Hardee, Joyce Johns and Jewel I
vacation. These are wrapped and O'Neal.
Celebrate 50th sold to the highest bid.Approximately -

Brooker.Fred and celebrated Mildred their McDavid fiftieth of DAR$40 was Meeting raised which will go to The meeting Marie program with Wynn on all hosted interior members the design present.Oct.was 20 ((91 ft for i
wedding anniversary on Sunday October presented by Marie and Rose SmIth.
18th with a buffet reception Monday, Nov. 2 Delicious refreshments were servedby
given by their children at the Hilton thehostess.
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Hotel in Gainesville. Chapter
Mr. and Mrs. McDivid were mar- N.S.D.A.R. will meet Monday Nov. The fall rush season will be t
ried on October 17, 1931 at the Tren- 2 at 10 a.m. at the home of Mrs. celebrated with a rush party for prospective 1
ton Street Baptist Church in Harriman Henry Williams 57th Ave. N.W., members on Nov. 3 at 7
Tennessee. They have five SUrke, with Mrs. George W. Brown p.m. at the home of Linda Mosley A
children: son Terry of Lake City; assisting as cohostess.All Mexican theme will be carried out. 9
Don of Brroker daughters Carolynof members are urged to attend Dinner will be served and all vNdr
Wildwood; Sue of Daytona Beach and bring wrapped Christmas gifts members are asked to participateand tai
and Brenda of Lake Butler. Ten for DAR School Mrs.R.H.Reitmger come dressed accordingly r
grandchildren and one great. News will be the speaker" on "Historical Games will be played and a program r.f .
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H/Ufes 468-1913 ChatterSt. Southslde Carnival School Menus

Search,Brian Lott,and Henry Spell; Friday, Oct. 30
25--Elvie Rlgdon 27-Lucian November U
Congratulations... ; November 1. There
will be
Edwards dinner on Southside
News Elementary P.T.A. will
; 28-Misty Kochler and Bradford Elem.*Middle School
Mr. the
T. Bryant was awarded Garnet grounds following morning ser- host its annual Halloween
Studer Carnivalon
; 29-Jessie Keaton; Activities... Monday Hamburger muted ,
his Ocean vices which gravy poutoa
Operators begin with
Captain's 30--Victoria Zacek; 31--Tracey Sunday Friday, Oct. 30 from 5-9 p.m. peas at orroU.coconut case,Manilla,milk.
License on Oct. 22. Mr. Bryant who Thompson and Polly Woods. The Catholic Youth Organizationwill School at 9:45: a.m. and morning There will be fun booths with great Tv_.". SpallletUmt uixw, chai .sex,
bYeS in Brooker Is employed by ITT sponsor a Mexican Dinner in the worship at 11 a.m prizes and costume judging for all garden aajad,apple crisp hot roll,milk.Wednndwi .
Rayonier of Jacksonville. He is with Condolences... parish hall on Sunday, Nov. 8 from Singing in the afternoon will the beaiu,fruit Corndof,milk,.macaroal"-,gram
the Associate Offshore Enterprise Sympathy is extended to the family 5-7:30 p.m. Good food at bargain feature the Broadwell Family from spirit otHalloweeenIJudging will Thunder ChIC,cracker*,dole....,fruit,cinnamon
Divers and passed the examinationof and friends of Miriam Lumpkin prices will be cooked and served by Quitman Ga, and the Chosen Few begin at 6:30 p.m. roll,mUJt.
100 gross tons. Braden who died Oct. 24. this group. $3 for adult plates and from Starke. There will be no even- Great food will be servedchicken Frldayi plm,Buttered. corn,freah!fruit,peanut
Visitors... Halloween Carnival... $1.75 for children's plates will be Ing service. Everyone is invited to and rice, chill, hot dogs, popcorn, butter cookie milkBradford
chargedwith takeouts available. come. candy apples, plus goodies from High School
The the
Mr.and Mrs.Edward Saxon Hampton Halloween School
three days spent Carnival will be held Friday.Oct. 30 The CYO Is giving a children's :-"- --..- country store, along with coke and M_.". B ef.vegetable. soup cbeeM tout,
recently with their "StarkeElementary .
halloween party on Saturday Oct.31 coffee. peaches,coconut cake,milk
daughter and family Joy and Evan from 6-9 p.m. on school grounds. from 1-4 with TtISpapetU w/meat sauce,cheeee atU,,
p.m. The
Drake. Adam and Jonathon. They Concession stands will have ham- and prizes, games haunted house will come aliveat garden aalad. ,apple crisp hot role milk
met at Taccoa Ga. and burgers, hot dogs, chili, beverages refreshments. 7 p.m. to give you a Halloween Wedmtuyi Plg-ln-Uje-6lanet, Dyked beam,
Falls. and The CYO has been assisting elder Thrill, Don't forget about cod alaw fruit cup cookie milkThurtdavt .
desserts. Clown Bingo,
visited the acts, dunking
Bible Conference Camp Cheeseburgers, trench his,
booth ly parishioners by washing windows, Fall/ Fun .. with great prizes, thanks to all the green
in Cleveland Ga. country store, cake walk and yardwork and other acts of Day. beam,cherry" cobbler cake,milk
Joy Evan and boys are now in bingo are among attractions offered. charity. Starke Elementary will be having donating merchants. Fridays Fried chicken, rice gravy, buttered
Paris France, attending a French Valuable prizes will also be given. Country Christmas its second annual Fall Fun Day on pea.Each*day carraa.yplp IEMWla nave ple,-a hot choice rolla"'a milk hot lunch,
Language School prior to teaching Costumes... Bazaar... Friday,Oct.30 from 9 a.m to 1 p.m. ulad bar or they may purchase a..la-carte
with the Evangelical Missions. Costume judging will begin at The annual parish bazaar will be All students, teachers and parentsare e. COUPON:
On Sunday Oct. 25, Edward and school on Friday at 8:30.: This will be held on parish grounds Saturday, encouraged to dress up in
Wessie received a phone call from followed by a boys and a girls bicy- Nov. 21. Spaghetti dinners, hamburgers costumes and spend an enjoyable
Joy and her family in Paris, con- cle being given to lucky winners. hot dogs beverages and day with uslStudents CIUIUSACHECK
gratulating them on their 39th wed- desserts will be available. do not need money to par
ding anniversary.. Oct. 24. A-D Students... Arts and crafts, Anybody's ticipate in Fun Day Activities, but
Jewel and Bill Young have as Hampton Elementary students Treasures booth a variety of fun ac- may bring money for treats at the UP ;
visitors this week his sister and receiving A's and B's on their first tivities and prizes are among attractions PTA Sweet Shop.
brother-in-law. Boots and Bobby six weeks report cards were: planned. The public is en- Each grade level will be sponsor-
Wood of Raleigh, N.C. Grade 1Daniel Davis, Jessica couraged to attend. Ing fun booths, including Face Pain- .
Paul and Ruth Meng visited their Lester, Joey Rowe, Roger Under- ting; Fish Pond, Treasure Hunt, ...... .
sons and families last week Joe and wood James Wartluft, Tonya Duck Pond, Pumpkin Relay, Cot .
Debbie Meng in Thomasville. Ga., Brown Christina Carmichael, Fourth Dobson Film ton/Spoon Relay, Football Tire Sw- r. B- }
and John Karen and Stephanie Christina Crawford, Sherry DeSue, ing, Ping-Pong Fishing, Hula-hoop !
Meng in Savannah Ga. Pat Flanagahn Karrie Lee Roger To Be Shown SundayAt contest, obstacle course races, cup-
They also attended an Mitzel, Paul Morgan, Crystal Murphy Madison BaptistThe cake walk, disco dancing, bingo and 10 POINT SERVICE CHECK ;
Agricultural Fair near Thomasville Allen Rhoden, Bambi Rhoden Halloween fun games.PTASWEETSHOP.
and went on to view the fall foliage in and Erik Scoggins. fourth film of the Dobson film : The PTA will 1. SHARPEN CHAIN
the Ashville N.C.. area. Grade 2-Randy Brooks, Robert series. Turn Your Heart Toward be serving cokes, sno-kones, pop- ALL MAKES
Fran and Dolores Meng spent Broome, Alicia Crosley. Hannah Home will be shown this Sunday, corn for$.25 each. They will also be 2. REMOVE LINK IF NEEDED ONLY
several days last week with their Ford, Brandy Hall Peter Knipp, Nov. latS:45p: .m.at Madison Street serving sweets, such as candy, t. REPLACE SPARK PLUG
daughter and family Russell and Amanda Meng, Clint Morgan, Matthew Baptist Church. cookies and cupcakes for $.10-$.25
Madonna Gilbert, Karen and Anna, Mullis and Susan Parmenter. This film entitled The Family each. If you can make a contribu- 4. ADJUST CARBURETOR .
in Durham N.C. Grade 3--Shannon Aguinaldo, Under Fire views the family in the tion, bring it to the PTA building 5. CHECK FUEL FILTER !
Madonna and Anna accompanied Alicia Baker, Ted Crawford, Amanda context of today's society where a anytime on Thursday or Friday $139
them to Ashville where they stayedat Glenn Christopher Gibbs civil war of values" is being wag morning. 6. CHECK OILER
the Pisgah Valley Ranch and Denyse Edwards Steve Innocentand ed. Dr. Dobson urges parents to look RAFFLE: Tickets for two 7. DRESS BAR IF NEEDED
visited the Biltmore House. The Randee Varnum at the effects of governmental In- scooters, a radio, a football and a REGUU6A1.00]
mountains looked spectacular with Grade 4-Shannon Herndon,Jenny terference, abortion and pornography Barbie Rocker Doll are being sold 8. CLEAN AIR FILTER .
Johnson and to get involved to for$.25 each morning.Thursday will
gorgeous scenery everywhere. Angela Meng and 9. CLEAN EXTERIOR
Kevin and Patti Meng, Christinaand Charlotte Smith. preserve what they care about be the last morning to purchase a
Daniel spent the weekend at Grade 5-Christina Broome Missy mosttheir own families. raffle ticket. Money raised by the Hio. RUN (WITH APPOINTMENT ONL/
Disney World. They were Brown Julie Collins, Wayne The remaining two films will be raffle Is being used to pay for game
celebrating Kevin's Oct. 24 and Patti' Crawford, C.K. Fuqua, Sonya shown weekly through Nov 15 at the prizes awarded to students at the HURRY BEAT THE WINTER RUSH .
church located at 900 W. MadisonSt. various booths and for Halloween
.OcL 30 birthdays (both 30 now). Hodges Jennifer Jones Tracey Mc-
Cullough Mark Smith, Hershel ., in Starke. For more information, bags for each student. (
Other October Birthdays... Waldron and Cory Wright. contact Henry L. McKinney, Jr., Lunch will be served as usual for :COUPO Sti COUPON; COUPON
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Crawford and Joshua Cruze; Mullis, Dena Radford, Cory Scott cheeseburgers, tater tots, corn, pudding Starke Power
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Shannon Hughes and Alicia Baker; Due to limited The Grace Baptist To Have are still needed to help
21-Wayne Kerschner; 23-Rosalita Telegraph regrets it space cannot list Homecoming this SundayGrace in classrooms and in the PTA Sweet 438 S. Walnut
Reyes Diana Searcy Bryan Archer students receiving recognition for Shop. If you are available to help Starker Florida 964.8568
and Jaimee Page Hughes; Baptist Church will observe anytime during the day Friday,
Perfect Attendance and Most Im
-24-Robert Broome_. Toby Lee. provement. their homecoming this Sunday, please contact the school. T- ,

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Tornadoes: Wminate/ KHHS Indians in Homecoming{ 16-0


Tornado gridders put it all KITS Drive... Jenkins, still having trouble with his With :06 on the clock Coach Hurt Then FB Reed scooted up the mid-

together to shut out close rival The Indians used most of the kicking game, missed the 25 yard called time to get his field goal unit dle for 14 yards to the KHS one yard Bradford HlgX I S e "I 1 S -- ISK.ynon.Hlgn .
up d 'y
field goal which went wide to the on the field. Malachi Jenkins this line determined
Keystone Heights 16-0 and earn the first sustained drive of on a bid for the goal
local bragging rights for 198788. 62 yards quarter in 16 on plays a with left half right side of the goal posts. time booted a low, sailing field goal line. Coach House then called time to SKI Kayitona
It was a nice finishing touch to the Chad offense kick which was just over the Bar. straighten out a signal that had been Ural' Down IIRuihlni 1 I"
Hovsepain carrying seven The Tornado moved 681 Yard "1-JtS M-tOf
/ BHS led 9-0 going into the half.
Bradford misunderstood when he sent it in.
High homecoming times for 29 yards, and fullback yards in six plays, helped along by aI' pawing Yarti II 71
celebration. The homecoming game and FB Reed went over right guardfor .. 17...,
Keith III
Harper carrying twice for 10 15 yard personal foul penalty, on a "- .C." .
was watched by a large crowd, yards. late hit, against Keystone Heights. 57 Yd. Kick-off Return.. the score. punts Ml 1-14 .
closely rivaling the crowd to watch BHS finally the Indian drive Fullback Clint Reed carried for 4,8 I Tailback Greg Pittman took the This time Malachi Jenkins got the Pumblai-ioit 2.2 M

the Bradford-Baker game. stopped! at the lOt 14tt, where KH and 5 yards for a first down at the i I second half kick-off on the BHS eight extra point kick across. BHS led "Inalll..d. 1-10 111coring. r

BHS, now 4-3 on the season, has an faced a fourth with less than a KHS 48.Then tailback Greg Pittman yard line, and started up field. Pitt 160.On 1) Braatonl' Summary High-) Darrln' Pattmon Io-y.,.
the kick off BHS
I ensuing
open date this Friday Oct. 30. yard to when defensive end Jim- was
go, want 18 yards around the left side man leaped over two would-be five run IP-kick tallad
The Tornado offense rolled up 295 my Long stepped up and turned cutting inside the defensive end ana I tacklers, and raced toward the BHS off-sides and penalized yards 2) Bradford. Malactll' Janklnl, 39 yard. laid,
back to the 35. On the second at-
yards on the ground and 14 passingto inside where he
Hovsepain was
was hit late by pursuing Indians. sideline where he was finally pushedout goal.
go over 300 yards for the first time tackled by a host of Tornadoes and That 15 yards moved the football to of bounds at the KH 35 yard line. tempt, Jenkins eyed the football for )) Bradfordfullback Clint Reed,one yard run.

this season. "I'm real pleased with failed to get the first down.Patterson's the KHS 15 yard! line. It was a 57 yard kick-off return. some seconds, and his kick sailed. .in-- .Malachi 1 JtnKIni' kick.
line said Coach : to the endzone from the 35.
our offensive ,
Run... .. ""
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David Hurse after coaches broke
down movies of the Keystone game Fullback Clint Reed got loose from
Sunday. KH middleguard Bobby Willis and

Darrm Patterson took a pitchout gained six yards out to the 20 on final f

used his speed to turn the corner play of the first period. I

around right end and raced 80 yardsfor From the winged-T formation "4, f
a touchdown on the first play of running back Darrin Patterson tooka .
the second period to put BHS up 6-0. pitchout on the first play of the second 'ta

Malachi Jenkins, who had trouble period, got around the corneron
with his place kicking the first partof the KH sideline, and outraced the
KH defenders for an 80 yard
the game, booted a 40 yard field r
goal on the last play of the first half touchdown run. Jenkins' extra point q
to put BHS up 90. kick was low and to the left. BHS led

BHS went up 16-0 in the third Y1"

period on a 68-yard drive, helped 60.An
along with a 15-yard late hit penalty
against KHS, with fullback Clint Indian kickoff return man Mike

Reed going over right guard from a DeKeyser slipped down as he : i ::
yard out for the score. started out, giving KHS the footballat '

The Tornado offense put together its 16 yard line. ,

drives of 85, 42, 44, 21, 68, and 52 Fullback Keith Harper ran twice % r '
yards, becoming more dominate as for 3 and 2 yards, and QB Aaron 'IV 4 Fr

the game wore on. Stanley missed on pass into the left ..pl. \

BHS twice fumbled away chancesto flat DeKeyser. t

blow the game wide open in the Following a 28 yard KH punt, the r
third period. QB John Berry fumbled Tornado offense took over at the KH49V4 ; "t
on an option play attempt at the yard line. BHS drove for three 'PU'S
KH 32, and QB Berry and RB Patterson straight first downs on the ground in s q ;Plu tysJ* r ,

mishandled a handoff at the KH 10 plays, and drove 42 yards to the '
43 as the Tornadoes were moving. KHS nine yard line. Malachi Iu

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Putting it all together both the of- probably Albntton's best game to :

fense and defense, was the task facing date, he added. ,
Tornado footballers for a The offensive tackles are probablythe
game Who's Getting the Football...
most improved players in the
with close rival Keystone High, and
they did. last three games, says Coach Hurse. From the wlng-T offensive formation Quarterback John Berry hands carrier, who In this play would be tailback lJolileyoillJ./ .( to Hit! ,right/

"We played a helluva game,"says Weak side tackle Allen Wood, No. 66, off to....? Tailback Greg Pittman No. 42, heads left, fullback Clint Reed behind the pulling linemen. If It confuses you don't feel loo badly. the
Head Tornado David Hurse. "We probably the most improved player, No. 33. dives off the left Ride and In the background tailback Rodney wlng-T offense Installed by Coach David Hurse to fit the I'IS. |players!

were ready." did a good job. Ricky Heath, No. 72, Mosley starts right. Behind QB Berry, guard Chris Durban. No. 65, and strengths confesses Tornado opponents and accounts for the BUS offensive -

It was a good win, considering played well at weak side tackle, too, weak side tackle Allen Wood, No. 66, are pulling to get ahead of the run- success so far.

Keystone High is smaller than BHS, Hurse says. Andy Tison, No. 66, ner. The wlng-T formation puts everybody possible In front of the ball

and it would have been embarrasing starts at strong side tackle,and Reg-

to lose, Hurse said. Asked if it was gie Leverson, No. 70, who played
the best win of the season Coach quite a bit there, looked good. BHS Now 4-3 Has Open Date This Weekend

Hurse hedged. BHS is the only teamto Tight end Ed Douglas, No. 72, has ,

have beaten West Nassau, he really picked up in the last three

points out, and that was a good win, weeks, and is playing better each Bradford High, now 4-3 on the Coach David Hurse gave the Tornado ball on end sweeps. Raiders lost three early games to

game, says Coach Hurse. season, has a open date this Friday, players and coaches two days "It'll be tough trying to contain all big teams Tallahassee Godby,
too.The Keystone game was impor- Coach Lamer Clyatt named Mike Oct. 30, during which the various off this week, with practices resum- that speed," says Coach Sexton. Gainesville High, and Kibault Highof

tant because it set the stage for a the Stilwell, Matthew Albritton, Chris bumps and bruises sustained in ing Wednesday, Oct. 28. The Tornadoes are also on the Jacksonville.But .
remaining three games of the Durban, and Allen Wood as the Tor- previous physical games can be Newberry has an awful lot of road at Nease High, the Nov. 13 op
season. BHS is going into the final nado offensive lineman of the week. given time to heal. speed in the backfield, says Coach ponent. Nease, a Class 3A team anda Santa Fe is loaded this season
stage with a winning, 4-3, record. Coach David Hurse also thoughtthe BHS has three tough games remaining Mike Sexton, the Tornado defensive district opponent, moved\ the football and undefeated in district play. San- "
Finally, the coaches are high on BUS backs blocked well. On the : Newberry High and Nease coordinator. Newberry High runs very well against Baker High ta Fe's Orian Lumpkms, No. 43, .- .. s
the offense line, which led the way in 80 yard touchdown run by Darrin High on the road and winding up at the the split back veer option. The (Macclenny). Nease turned the foot 5'6", 150-11, Is a game breaker, says' 'iv; *

rolling up 295 yards of offense Patterson, the key blocks were home against Santa Fe. quarterback, who is quick as lightning ball over inside the 20 in the Baker Coach Sexton.

against a big KH defensive line. thrown by pulling guard Chris Dur- Newberry, the Nov. 6 opponent, is runs the option excellently and game, but moved the ball very well
.,; "I'm very pleased with the offensive ban and tight end Ed Douglas. Plus, undefeated, ranked No. 4 in Class makes the Panther offense go. between the 20s, and was in a positIOn The Newberry game is importantto
.. line. It has come a long way in the Patterson made a couple of good 2A, and is highly favored over P.K. Newberry also has an excellent trap- to win the game near the end. keep BHS on a positive note.

past few weeks," says Coach Hurse. moves to get outside, and was gone. Yonge this Friday night, Oct. 30. ping game to go with the option, District opponent Santa Fe High Coach Sexton says it'll be tough but
Plus, the Tornado defense playeda Weak side tackle Allen Wood and BHS will travel to Newberry for the Coach Sexton says. The speedy comes to Bradford High for the final BHS could win all three remaining

good, solid game as a unit, says guard Matthew Albritton also pulled game. quarterback will also pitch the foot- game! of the season Nov. 20. The games and go 7-3 on the season.
Defensive Coordinator Mike Sexton."I from the off-side to help on that play.
That's the wing-T,designed to out-
thought we had a good team effort -
," says Coach Sexton, after the number the defense. The formation
defense held KHS to less than 100 gets as many blockers as possible in
yards of offense. front of the ball carrier. 4k Sapp Places Second at MeetThe
Named offensive backs of the
Coach Sexton declined to call it an as :. ,
exceptional defensive game, but week are tailback Patterson, No. 32, Lori Sapp placed 2nd and Ramona Vansty Boys team placed 4th
the Tornado defense is getting and sophomore fullback Clint Reed, """'" in the meet with 122 pOints.
says Tennant placed 5th in the girls varsI-
No. 33, who played by far his best 1t! tf"--.-- ... -
Gainesville Won the match
week. The Tornadoes High
sound Invita-
more every _. division at the Gainesville
... ty
Reed t
have been good game. was very quick gettingoff : with 20 points.
playing( meet
tion Saturday,
the ball it made a lot of difference -=:;:r cross country ,
defense, having allowed just 33 Oct. 24. Placing first was Bill Sanders of

.. points through seven games. says Coach Hurse. Middleburg Hi won the match witha Palatka in 16.12: Tornado Cam
Sexton wasn't pleased with the Patterson led BHS ball carriers score of 30 points. Middleburg'sElite Ward was 11th in 17'38.
in 5 FB Reed
with 108 yards carries.
defense in the Bishop Kenny game, Rumce was first overall in a
89 yards in 16 carries, a 5.6
but other than that one game the gained time of 11:22.: BUS'S Sapp ran the
defense Is becoming sounder each yard average. Tailback Rodney two miles in 12:06: and Tennant'stime
week, he says."We're Mosley gained 37 yards in 5 carries, ,..rwe-Ir was 12:49.In FEETHURT
including a 22 yard jaunt. Tailback
getting better over-all the division
f junior varsity girls ,
Pittman gained 57 yards in 7
each Coach Sexton. Greg Bradford Roadrunners made
ballgame, says the a
carries, including runs of 30 and 18
yards. And FB Randall Polk came in New Hall of Fame Inductee Coach George VV. Loper, Jr.... clean sweep to win the match with 15 ?
The Offense...
points. The first five runners to cross
and ran well. Head Track and Field and Cross Country Coach George W. taper. Jr.
The offense line blocked effectively the finish line were all Roadrunners:
will be inducted Into the Florida Track and Field Hall of Fame this Satur- ,
in leading the way with drives of The Defense... day, October 31.at Orlando. Juantaria Williams, 1st in 13:37: ;
42, 85, 44, 21, 68, and 52 yards. Brittany Bula 2nd in 13:39: ; Linda
Coach Mike Sexton points out the Pictured with Coach Loper are the 1987 cross country team captainsLori Ramona
Coach Hurse says the Tornado Clarke, 3rd in 13:51: ;
lineman made fewer mistakes in BHS defense stopped Keystone four Sapp (left) and Cam Ward. Clarke, 4th In 14:05: and Renee !

blocking assignments. Picking up offensive tout of five times situations.On on fourth. down Daugherty 5th in 14:22.: I

real cause blocking ofthe Bradford assignments High was suc-a short short yardage yardage situations Sex- Loper Enters Hall of FameTrack 1

ton moves the linebackers up into
the veteran coach "It STARKECHURCH
cess, says.
.. the line gaps. Sexton says he hasn'tpracticthe
could not have come at at better tra.a> ll
short yardage situa-
time because Keystone is always a Coach George Loper is to be He orgnized a Media Striders run OF GOD
defense has
much but the
tough, defensive ball club." tions very inducted into the Florida Track & ning club which participated in local 422 N. ST. CLAIR 964-5445
Bradford's win makes been doing a good job. Field Hall of Fame this Saturday, events, and officiated at the U.S.A.vs PastorWe USE
John Spratlin,
"We good penetration
defensive some
opponents set up schemes, Oct. 31, in Orlando. U.S.S.R. meet in Philadelphia in with
KH Invite to worship us.
Coach Sexton says, by beating you
is chairman of the
much as they must for the wishbone Coach Loper
:: option Coach Hurse says. Tornado off the football. Physical Education Department at 1958.He moved to Jacksonville, FL in Attended Nursery

coaches watched moves of previous "We're" getting some good defense Bradford Middle School, Head 1963, where he was the head track Sunday School . lOam YOUR
Coach Sexton points out. . lam
KH games and planned their block- Senior played,linebacker Malachi Jenkins, Track & Field Coach, both boys and and cross country coach at Ribault Evening Morning Service Worship . 6pm

ing assignments according to KH's No. 84 DT Dane Clark, No. 75 Dl girls, Bradford High School; Head High School until 1967. His track Wedne-tday Youth .. .. 7'3Opm:
previous defensive alignments. ; ; Cross Country coach, boys and girls, teams posted 43 wins and 6 losses
and LB Keith Jenkins, No. 74, played BHS. i HEADS
Luckily the KH defense didn'tchange while there.
real good defense, says Sexton. The induction is set in FIRST ASSEMBLY OP GOD
; very much, Coach Hurse ceremony In 1967 he moved to Starke as the
says, and the blocking assignmentsdidn't And DT and DE Mike Elder, No. the Altamonte Springs Hilton in head cross country and track coachat Hwy 16 & Weldon St. Stark <
63,155 pounds but quick and tough, is Orlando. A reception is scheduled at Brad-
have to be changed very Bradford High School. The School 10:00 a.m.
with big plays and playing Sunday
much. coming up 6 p.m. followed by the induction ban- ford Roadrunners Club was organized -
Starting players on the offensiveline excellent position defense all quet at 7 p.m. by him at the Middle School in Morning Worship 11 p.m.

are center Terry Whitehead,No. around, says Coach Sexton, noting Loper is a graduate of West 1967. In 1972, he concentrated on age Evening Worship 6 p.m.

52; guards Chris Durban, No. 65,and Elder's 7 tackles and 5 assists." Chester State University, West group running with the Roadrunners W.d. Mld-W..k Service 7:3O p.m.
"He Is to watch
-t Matthew Albritton, No. 60, tackles Coach Hurse a pleasure of Elder. "Pound, says for Chester, Pa. He received his until 1980 when he became the Staff Nursery Available"Rev. l II i

Allen Wood No. 66, and Andy Tison, Elder is the best competitor Masters Degree from Temple head girls and boys Track and Field .. Stephen R. Pippin, Pastor
No. 76, and tight end Ed Douglas, pound University in Philadelphia in 1957, coach and the head girls and boys 964-6971 ;

No. 82. Mike Stillwell, No. 50, plays we've Coach got.Hurse also says it was one and has taken advanced degree Cross'Country coach at Bradford
work at The University of Flonda,
and and relieves often.
center guard
of Malachi Jenkins' better games. and -- Think about it.
Florida State University the Neglect can only
J Tackles Leverson No. 70,
;, Reggier Jenkins led the team in tackling with
at University of Tennessee. He is a prolong the misery. And, worse yet,
Heath No. 72 spell
and Ricky ,
40 7 tackles and 7 assists, kicked a field Store on Call
retired Warrant Officer-4 from the will be Mitchell's Drug
:., tackle on the offensive line.Also sub- goal and extra point, and kicked off We foot pain can be a symptom of
/' bing on the offensive line at tight end into the endzone from the 35 yard USMCR with 41 years of military Street the FIRST THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH serious problems like diabetes,

is Malachi Jenkins No. 84, and at service. heart disease arthritis. Your feet
line. until 1:30 to better serve our or
his professionalcareer from 9 :
guard Mike Elder, No. 63. Loper began a.m. p.m.
i. Both centers, Terry Whiteheadand at age 19 while stationed in have supported you all your life. But

Mike Stilwell, have shown good Tackles Aatlata 7 China with the 1st Marine Division."I customers. sometimes they depend on your headto
: Improvement in the past four weeks, Malachi Jenkln 7 6 have been involved in some make the right decision like
says Coach Hurse. Whitehead A' capacity, either full or part time, in calling for an appointment. ",

,. ; became the starting center when Dan.Rodney Clark Moiley 4 2 coaching, participating or "officiating Gainesville Hearing Aid Center Bradford Hospital Foot

tS: Stilwell, the starting center in 1986, Chris Dlnklna 4 0 until the present time, he ClinicDR.

was out the first three games Bill Hamilton 3Chrl 0 says.He. was instrumental In organizing 1003 NW 23rd Ave. Gainesville Robert A. Giudice '
wi- recovering from knee surgery.
3 3
< been Naxwarth coaching, participating, and of- Podiatrist
Stillwell has really coming on 3 0 3760095We
and is a highly skilled and experienced Darrln Pattvnan 2 3 ficiating the Hq. Bn., 1st Marine First & Third Tuesday of I-
substitute at either center tone Wlflglnt Division track team in Tientsin, month 1130. 5:00 PM
I 3 aids. Also we have batteries -. every
Jimmy lang continued makes and models of hearing
China in 1946. He to be active .service all
or guard. Keith Jenkln I 2 only. CALL 964-6000! By '.
Hamo'los"9 by appointment .
? Guaras Chris Durban, No. 65, and Padre Carter I' In track and field activities available.. 4 .-1 Appointment .
I Matthew Albritton, No. 60, played Spencer Smith I 0 throughout his active military car-

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I BCT Staff Writer within a few weeks, about tliieo Ei.iW"1U
David Elder played himself into years ago.Sunday.
I the Starke Golf Club's record book afternoon, following the 986 NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE
i Saturday and Sunday,Oct.24 and 25, club championship, a group held a UFC&CASUAUY STARKE, FLORIDA 32091
: not only for the low score, winning putting tournament with David Tew
I the club championship title for 1987, beating Sammy Bassett in sudden
but he is also the youngest winner in death for 3rd place.
the 27 year history of club champion- Bish Bishop took first place in sud--

ships. den death with Monte Moore, who .,.. _. .---- ...... ..
in second.Championship. + ; 'O> "'( "" "'r.'m'"
David is 14, with his 15th birthday came y

I club coming championship in November.title Young comes Elder's some Flight... : -

I 12-15 months earlier than three other The championship flight is for low .
16-year-old champions the club has handicappers, with handicaps from II : .{R TjF 5AYINt
produced in prior years. 1 to 10. Unlike the remaining four
David, a sophomore at BHS,is the flights,the championship flight does .
son of Dwight and Cleo Elder and a not take handicaps into account in _
member of the Bradford High golf determining the winner.. ,.. .- -<., ". ., '_, _-- .r ... \ I'Ji r
team. In listing players in this flight,the \
Bill Adams won his first club handicap follows the name, with the
championship at age 16 in 1969,and gross and net being shown.
went on to win for a record eight club David Elder, 1, 148/146 City Fish & Meat Market
championships, before turning pro- Monte Moore, 7, 154/140 Sale good through
fessional. David Tew, 7,157/143
Richard Gaines first won the title Andy Angelovich, 7,158/144 Nov. 9 1987
at age 16, in 1979, and has won five Bobby McRae, 10, 164/144 Highway 16 East Starke ,
additional years. Gaines was out of Dennis Crawford, 7,159/145 i lOpen Monday Nov. 2nd
town last week-end,and was unableto oR. 5,161/151 ,
defend his 1986 title. Jack Hazen, 164/154 for
Harold Bishop Ill,the current club Barry Moore, 10,177/137 p ORK.1 ;,: your shopping
manager, won his first club cham- PORK : : '
pionship title at age 16, in 1963, and First Flight... ;.. convenience
went on to win four additional years. Players in the first flight have LOINS BUTTS : :: : ,
Bishop did not play in the 1987 tournament -
handicaps of 11 to 14.Only handicapsand 4 .
net scores are shown.To find the .
Clyde Terwillegar won the first gross, double the handicap and add 1/2 or Whole :
club championship title in 1961, and the net score, since two rounds were i
won for 3 additional years,with 1967 played:
being the last time. Bob King, 13 132; Jim Godwin, 69 119
Danny McKinney won the title in 14,138; Aubrey McWilliams, 12, 145; 1 _
1978 and 1985, but did not play this Harry Gruen, 12, 145; Dennis Con- lb \ t :
year noughton, 12, 146; G. Fish, 12, 148;
Jack Hazen won the title in 1984. Drew Reddish, 14, 149, Jim .
Womack, 14, 153; Charlie King, 13, SMOKED ,
The Tournament... 155 and R. Cowart, 11, 156. END CUT
Harold Bishop said the 1987 event SMOKED 1/2 or whole
fielded the largest group in several Second Flight... PORK CHOPS 39
years, with 60 members par- Players in this flight have han- BACON 1
ticipating, although several dicaps of 14 to 17: O Ib
withdrew,or failed to complete playing DeWayne Elder, 15, 129; H.H, 129
The five flights were evenly Adams 16, 138; R Bennett, 17, 143,
divided, with 12 members in each. Powell Tom Smith, 17,
Luke 16,145
; __J11CENTER,._ .. .. ..
Bishop said Greenskeeper Greg. 146; Bob Patterson IllflSrlsavOwAbies *.- 1/2 or whole "
Angelovich and his assistant,Dennis 16, 153; Sam Bassett, 16,154;
I King did a superb job in preparing A. Vargo, 15, 154, R. Adkins 17, 161
the course,which is in the best con- and Gene Melvin, 17, 163. CUT'r
dition it has ever been for a tournament -
Third Flight... PORK
Awards were made for super Players in this flight have han- tt
shots, with Bob Patterson HI winning wu-
dicaps from 18 to 21:
the "longest drive. Pattersonhit Lonnie Zurfluh, 18, 135; Buford
his drive on No. 1 fairway approximately McKinney, 19, 138; Ray Bridwell,20, h
250 yards,according to 139; Bob Patterson, 20, 143 Frank
witnesses, the longest attained on Menard, 20, 146; A. Itanen 21, 150; 198
that hole during the two days. Ken Shuford, 19,154; John Walls, 19, -
Ken" Shuford dropped the"longest 158 and Ken Murray, 18, 162.
putt, a 38 footer,on No. green.
Dennis Crawford was "closest to Fourth Flight...
pin" on monster hole, par 3, No. 4.
Crawford was within two feet of the Handicappers of 22 and above:
Tommy Reddish, 27, 134; Mark
,which has yielded only a handfulof
t pin aces over the years. Ables, 29,142; R. Kilby,Sr., 23,143; e
Jack Hazen probably holds the Bill Thompson, 24, 145: PORK PORK i

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by Joe Cissy the ball into the endzone again with Tonight's' Game...

BCT Staff Writer 2:33 left In the half. Francis's kick The Junior Tornadoes will travel CITY OF STARKE has mad application to the Stark Zoning and Planning
brought the halftlme
score to 270.
running Using attack a combined the Tornado passing Junior and to Macclenny tonight (Thursday Board for reclassification of the property shown on map.below. from RlA
Oct. 29) for their last of the
varsity eleven overpowered the Starke held the Indians at the start agains the Baker game High Junior and R1C to RID to allow for a residential mix of conventl nal"slngle-famlly
the and half with a strong defense
JV season
Keystone 444 last
Thursday Oct.
22, on Bradford Field. led by linebackers Brad Hamilton Game. time is 7:30 dwellings and mobile homes on 7500 sq. ft. |(75xl00)) lots. This Is approximately

The Tornadoes received the Lorenzo Hall Jeremy Finch; ends p.m.INDEPENDENT 370 acres In Northeast Stark (Reno), North and South of Brownlee

kickoff to start the game. Quarter- Wyatt Collins Bo Hersey; tackles. St. and East and West of Old In 22 and
back Reggie Sheffield worked the Derrick Long and Don McDavid.The Lawtey Road partly Sections 2T, 28,

ball into the endzone with a com- defensive backfield has Alvin j Township 6 South Rang 22 East. .
bination of runs and passes that ate Jones and John Williams on the corners I This heard the Starke Board 24
up yardage in a methodical drive Tramell Jones as safety, and CHURCH OF GOD application was by Zoning on September ,

that resulted in a 7 point lead,after a Tommy Hamilton rover. OF PROPHECY. INC. 1987. and their recommendation was recelveclby the Stark City Commissionat

successful kick by Donnie Francis 'Revival Center their public hearing October 20, 1917. At this public hearing the City Com-
for the extra The Tornadoes received the
point. punton JMH North J13S NT...|. AM
mission designated that a public workshop this application be
"The offensive line as a whole their 35. A long run by DeSue put w.... 7 __ 2tM .
blocked well," said Coach Chester the ball on the 25. From there it was I, p.m. p.m.sJfr held on THURSDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1987, at 7:30 p.m.. Council Room, Starke

Simpson. "They all played as a easy going in to score again with _. Hall the be for
team." runs by Hamilton DeSue Alvin City particularly concerning proposed area to designated the

On the ensuing kickoff, Starke Jenkins and Alfonso Jones with proposed change In classification. This Is an open workshop between Stark

regained possession on the Indian 43 blocking from guards Tommy City Commission and Stark Zoning Board and Interested parties are invited -
through a bad kick and fumble. The Balkcom and Ray Trimble and FREE'EXPLORING
Indians held and Starke punted to tackles Dwight Allen John Allen to participate.

the Indian 10. and; Andy Goodowns.The score330.. The STARKE CITY COMMISSION will hold a FINAL HEARING on this application -
At the beginning of the second q
quarter, Clyde DeSue broke free The next Indian possession was GODS WORD on NOVEMBER 3. 1987. at 7:30 p.m.. In Council Room of Starke City Hall.

near the 45, and scampered into the again stalled by the Tornado HOME BIBLE STUDYThe At this time all persons Interested In or affected by this application, for or

endzone for the second TO.Francis's defense. Another score by the Tor- Bible Course I is taught In your against will be heard before final decision Is made.STARKE .
middle of the third
kick was good; the score- nadoes in the home free of charge.
quarter brought the score to 41-0. -
140.With This is m non-denominational -
3:07: left in the half, DeSue, study I I lI
going off right tackle from the 10, The Indians finally put it together based only on* what thus saitti tie /
crossed the goal again. A pass recep- and with two good runs and two pass word of God.APOSTOUC.
tion by Derrick Dean to the 10 set up plays made it in to score with 4:35 TRUTH UP.C.
the score. This time, the kick by left in the game. 782-3303 II
Francis was wide; the score200.. The Tornadoes mounted one more
The Tornadoes recovered a fum- drive but faltered short of the goal.A Rev. Emmett BrightTo I
ble on the Indian 20, following the field goal by Donnie Francis net- schedule your home bible .
kickoff, and Brad Hamilton carried ted the final score of 44-6. study or for additional Information

,7 -IT-

, Legal Notices .

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NO ICE OF INTENT licenses. a certificate of 'Insurance defendant and that on Monday. the
Suwannee River Economic Council showing comprehensive liability Insurance 2nd day of November. 1987. at 2:00 e+wtI
Inc., hereby announces Notice of intent that Include premises and p.m. on said day on the premises of
to administer the HRS low Income completed operation. Workman's the Bradford County Jail. I will offer
Weotherlzotlon Program In the Compensation is deducted from the for sale and sell' to the highest bidder \
8-county SREC Service Area, from the labor check If not carried by the Con- for cash In hand the above described :
present time to end of existing con- tractor.A property of said defendant to satisfythe c.ii7 .
; w .
tract. It It anticipated that approximately meeting will be held at SREC In aforesaid Execution.
$72.000 will be spent on Live Oak at the Main Office, 119 DOLPH E.REDDISH. SHERIFF I i.
weatherliatlon materials before Wilbur Street on October 30 1987. at BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA _
March 31, 1988. All materials purchased 10:30 a.m. All those Interested In the 10/8 4tchg 10/29 .
must meet minimum standards as program should be In attendance. w.t KOi PosI!!
published In the Federal Register. 10/22 2tchg 10/29 _._ .. TaO'l'T
Materials are secured by Suwannee NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO .. s .
River Economic Council Inc., Issuing a REGISTER .
purchase order to participating Vendor -
based on prices quoted. All local Bradford County School Board Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida e rzt
building materials suppliers who Stark., Florida, will hold a Public .:;o"
Statutes, notice Is hereby given
Hearing on a proposed AdministrativeRule
desire to do business with Suwannee
Frank 4 H.
the undersigned. Dorothy
River Economic Council Inc., should HIV VIRUS.and Board Policy: /6GX4-4.S2 Brown, Rt. 2. Sox 33S. s....... FL
submit a letter to the Executive Director .
32091. Bill S. Shelby Smith. S914 HoReyelle
This Public ,
Hearing will be held In
P. O. Box 70. live Oak. Florida St. Augustine Ft. 320S4. joint
the School Board
Room the School
32060 so stating. This letter should be owners, doing business under the firm
Administrative Offices, 582 N. Temple e-
postmarked before October 30 1987 name of Third Dimenelae; Imports.World !>* = S
Avenue, Stark., Florida
,on November IIr
Vendors will be selected on quality ( Wide Import), Rt. 2. sex 335. '-
16. 7
1987 at
materials for lowest prices. of this p.m. S....... Fie. 32091. Intends to register '
Copies proposed board rule 1
10/22 2tchg 1029IN said fictitious name under the w. w "
be obtained :
may Offices between at the 8 a.m.Superintendent's and 4:30 aforesaid statute. 1iiiH.L: N :
THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH p.m., Monday through Friday. Dated this 27th day of October. I '
1987 In Bradford County.
This Is In compliance with the
Florida Statutes Chapter 120.54
._. .. Case No. 87-383-CA as
IN RE: The? Marriage of enacted by the 1974 FloridaJ.glltlatl INVITATION TO BID -. .
/ _.
WttttXM JAMES REED ("'-" + -'-11i.-Clrv of Starfce CommunityDev.lo..t .-
Jim Duncan Superintendent
Husband Office will bids
and' Bradford 10/223tchg County Schools 11/5 for the rehabilitation of a dwelling accept unit Ca'lling'"do' es'
CAROL JEAN REED, as follows: Three-Way
Wife. Date of Bid: November 2, 1987.
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGETO GREENACRES TURFRt.I.8ox787A Time of Bid: 10.00 a.m. away with double-talk.
: CAROL JEAN REED location of Bid: 819 Florida Street.
Address Unknown lawtey Fla. 32058 Owner of Unit: Clarenc. C Naomi
for Dissolution of Marriage has been COUNTY OF BRADFORDOn Contractor Walk-through Date: No
filed against you and you are required this day personally appeared walkthroughA
to serve a copy of your written before me, an officer duly authorizedto copy of the work write-up can be
defenses, If any, to It on Eugene F. administer oaths Nancy J. Ralston obtained from the Grant Office at toe
Shaw, Husband's Attorney, whose address and Michael R. Moody who. being E. Call Street along with a copy of the 111 A
Is 92S-E North Temple Avenue, first duly sworn depose and say: Standard Performance Specifications.Grant .
Stark. Florida 32091 on or before The names of ill the persons Interested Office hours are 8-12 noon and
December 1, 1987, and file the original In the business conducted 1-5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Bids .
with the clerk of this court either under the foregoing fictitious name must be submitted in a sealed >
before service on husband's attorneyor and the extent of the Interest of each envelope.In .
Immediately' thereafter; otherwise of them In said business I I. as follows: order toe eligible. to bid. the con M1'
a default will be entered against you NAME INTEREST tractor must meet the Contractor Standards .
for the relief demanded In the com Nancy J. Ralston 50% set forth by the City of Starfce for
plaint or petition. Michael R.Moody 50% licensing purposes and must hold current
DATED this 20th day of October Signed. Nancy J. Ral.tonMlcha.1 City Contractors license.
For further Information contact
1987. R.Moody
Charles Jackson or John Tinsler' at ll
GILBERT S. BROWNAs lOllS 4tchg 11/5 "
l'' i
Clerk of the Court ((904)) 964-8902.
By: Beulah Moody Itchg 10/29 _

10/224tchg 11/12 NOTICE Is hereby given that I I. DolphE. NAME STATUTE
Reddish as sheriff of Bradford
under and by virtue of
Suwannee River Economic Council, Writ of Execution to wit: Before me. the undersigned authority -
of County
Inc., hereby announces Notice of Intent Execution out personally appeared George Larry
to administer the HRS Low-Income Court of Alachua County. pursuant Reddish President of Jackleg Enterprises -
for Florida
Weatherlzatlon Program In the to a Final Judgement Florida, Inc., who, after being first duly
8-county SREC S.rvlc. Area, from the Pest Control of Gainesville. sworn says:
present time to end of existing con and against Earl W. Ray. defendant That JACKLEG ENTERPRISES. INC. Is
tract. It is anticipated that approximately the amount of $702.95 together with doing business under the name of
$78.000 will be spent on costs of collection. SONNY'S REAL PIT BAR-B-Q and that .. ,
weatherliot'on' carpentry-repair labor Have seized and have In my possession Its Interest in said business is as ..,._ :: -c;

before March 31, .988, In the 8 county the following described: personal follows:One Hundred Percent((100%). -.;. .:.-:.:-:-.
SREC Service Ar.a. property to-wit: ModelNo. George Larry Reddish '7 _'_---.-_ -
Minimum requirements ore a letter Snapper Rider lawn Mower 10/294tchg 11/19 -. .
of reference from a local business person 3011X5S. Serial No. 53094618 -_ i
local As the property of the above named .
or minister, proof: of required

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City of Stork City Commission will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday. '4

November 3, 1987. at 7:30 p.m. In the Commission Meeting Room, City Hall That means: I

Thompson Street, Starke Florida. You can make a lunch date with your two best friends and be sureall

of this hearing Is to discuss and receive citizen Input on the of you can make it. *-
The purpose You can hold a conference with your child's teacher and principaland .:
proposed amendment to the City of Starke's Community Development Block get the full report. .

Grant Housing Category 87DB91031102H45. The proposed amendment You can chat with your mom and mother-in-law so good news is a

will decrease the Acquisition. Clearance, and Temporary Relocation line family affair.

Items, will Increase the rehabilitation line Item, and will decrease the activities ; You can negotiate with your real estate agent and the perspectivebuyer

of the Rehabilitation and Temporary Relocation line Items. to keep the deal moving along. ,

You can talk to two people at the same time and not have to call

The public Is Invited to attend the comment. For additional Information back and forth and back again.

contact Jim Dasher at ((904)) 964-8902 108 E. Call Street P.O. Box 6053. Three-\\ y Calling.Saves the trouble of saying it twice. v.

Starke, Florida 32091-6053.
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Lake Region Monitor Union County Times

Thursday.October Zff.1M7

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: A Successby t .

Big ,.I ::L- : _______It__

.y, L ;- : _
Mark Frledlin turnout was doubly satisfying to
BCT Stan Writer those who had worked so hard bring- i '%'
The sun shone and the cool. Fall big it together. The Telegraph was 1 n _
temperatures were perfect for the told> by the people working from or
crowds who flocked to Starke for the for Santa\-Fe Community College
Second Annual Santa Fe Community that they had many volunteers In the
College-Starke Festival of the Arts Starke area who had really worked 'V I ,, 3 tl ,a
Show held Saturday and Sunday. hard. ; Y '
It's safe to say that Just about "This is an. event Starke can be _
everyone was pleased with the proud of and one that we hope will
event from the crowds who lined the continue to grow in the years ;
sidewalks, to the artists, who ahead" commented Dr. Bernard j
reported good sales throughout the McFadden SFCC-Starke Campus
weekend and the sponsors and local Director."You they used to say that iI ::1_
volunteers who are encouraged by a there was no culture here in Starke. ,
rebirth of sorts in and around the We now have a wonderful arts
festival and performing arts series
area where the new college branch r h
campus opened in 1985. now in its third year so,I don't think a r !ii 'Ill
The art show attracted crowds anyone can say that any more. The c r.xd' t -
from as far away as Orlando and volunteers along with Show directors -
South Georgia (to mention Just two) Nancee Clark and Carol Brown, Phot.by Mark FriodllnThere
and was a colorful event for all. did a fantastic Job of putting it Art Search...
The show was just in its second together> this nyearWeallappr to were a variety of art works and I
on display for sale and nearly
their efforts. Big crowds lined Jefferson Street In Starke for the Second Annual
and bad some stiff competitionfrom
year other weekend events so the se.Pay.3 SFCC-Starke Arts Festival last weekend. perfect weather for the event which Is Just in Us second year.

Strawberry Fun Run Perfect Kickoff

The First Annual Strawberry Fun Runners came from Orange Park ing Kyle O'Steen Margaret Eaten
Run sponsored by North Central Middleburg Gainesville, Green Grady Bostick Barbara Manning, Fleetwood
Florida Hospice's Bradford-Union Cove Springs, Interlachen Melrose Mel Strike. Bryan O'Steen Matt
County Program was a big success Hawthorne.Jacksonville Lake City Higginbotham Richelle Helmer and
with 65 entries and a perfect l kickoff Ocala Jasper. Callahan Fernan- Amanda Helmer.
to a full weekend of events which included dina Beach and as far away as St. Starke participants were: Helen 28' x 52' Doublewide
the SFCC-Starke Arts Mary's Ga.Local Murphy Freeman Register Benjy
Festival. runners participating in this Murphy. Kyle Hannah KeUie Hannah Furnished* Skirted* Air
Overall Male winner was Dr. event were: Stephen Murphy Marjorie
Frank Reynolds 33,pf Jacksonville Russell Griffis of Raiford, Stephen Thomson DeSue A.E.
and overall female winner was McLeod of Hampton Sue CUen: McWilliams Harry Gruen Dan Conditioned* Washer/Dryer* .3
Stephanie Holt. 38, of Orange Park. Smith and Raymond Durban of Chapman, Kevin Woodard, Edna
Each received a trophy. Lawtey and Sharon Griffin of Lake Martin, Gator Chapman Heather
Bedrooms 2 Convenient
The Sk run and one mile Fun Run Butler. Smith Margaret Johns Tom Spacious *
were held Saturday in front of the Keystone Heights runners were Ai DeVoe. Vern Wickline Denton
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pianist. Brian Ganz. will open the .. $2.500.
1967 Santa Fe Community College wI ea'Ysa l.

Fall Performing Arts Series tonight S .
(Thursday.Oct.: 29) at 8 p.m. in the \ -
sanctuary of the First Methodist
Church. The concert which is free .
and open to the public will be performed i.t.
on the church's highly acclaimed t. 0 0 1

Ganz is Yamaha a winner grand of the piano.National x \\H ii'lt SRDRER
/ 1 1
Young Chopin Competition and the
Kosciusko Chopin Competition in
New York City and has also performed -
as solo guest artist with the
National Symphony the Baltimore
Symphony and other leading or-
chestras.As .
a recitalist. be has appeared
throughout the country to favorable
reviews, including: The Washington Cant....technique to bum and what..trhhn apart from 0*iomof
Pat: "Ganz is*young pianist witha young pianiill In the concert world today It twin and....-01
big technique and solid insights into his pYylna.- .Fall '
the making of difficult music", ._ ..Jwrxf'Nor Y.t Specials
and New York Magazine: "What
"What marl this younpbnbta.anaturalsuccaaw to 11wbnuLhevinnr -
marks this young pianist as a _
DePachman. Horowitz. Rubinstein and Rich -ia an
natural successor to the giants- obvioiM faitllnctlveneM of Ih*compoter'a IntenlMMU earned forward
Horowitz. Rubinstein and Richteris .*
to their fuHt dramatic contequenc
an obvious instincbveness of the Mw Yd
composer's intentions carried fN "e(11ber from OUTPOO*POWER.Q'PMINT
foward to their fullest dramatic consequence ,
Tonight's program will Include ,44ne't 4
Bach's "Prelude and Fugue in CMmor" Series Concludes Nov. 5 performed at the Kennedy Center
; Samuel Barber's "Excur Carnegie Hall and Kool Jazz
._";"Jem D-eau"by Ravel; and The Festival and made their national
19S7 series will
'"Scherzo in Or Minor" by Nov. conclude debut on the Johnny Carson Show in
Thursday 5, with a
Franz Liszt. perfor- 1985. They will perform at 8 p.m. in
mance by the Amherst
After the concert there will be a Quartet the world's Saxophone the Starke Woman's Club,long-time
"meet the performer" reception at leading saxophone host of the Fall cultural series.
the Starke Woman's.Club. ensemble. This group has


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Barrel Races Calf Scramble Sure to Attract Big Crowds ,', .. ...."..... '-. ..... .- '" f
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Barrel racers from aU over will be gram Includes two calf scrambles, that perfect timed event none iwday too fast for pleasure;in that case the I
gathering this weekend in the area two chicken scrambles, and Halloween it is no I longer a_case of a horse horse is made Into a barrell horse

of the Bradford Roping Club on costume judging contest I
US-301 on the north end of the Coca-Cola is the major sponsor of I
fairgrounds complex. the first Barrel Futurity the biggest PHYSICAL THERAPYI .
Several barrel racing events, such event to be held in Bradford I 1t 1 1
sponsored by the Bradford Roping County,says Ms.Griffis.Riders will I: FISHER. P. I II
Club, will be held during the compete for money rather than I
weekend. Some of the nation s top tro)hles. To qualify for the futurity BY APPOINTMENT 964-6000
riders will be competing for purses events a horse must be less than four I
estimated to total $20.000 for the years old and never have raced for '- I'
money or trophies before. Four or I
weekend says Kim Griffis, race O..U"'ln 4733627"I'
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scheduled from 10 a.m. to a p.m. County will be entered, Ms. Griffis Unique in design and price! .TWmop '
Saturday,Oct.31,and from 1-3 p.m. says.- iiii"::>> C.t..al..
Sunday, Nov. 1. Futurities have grown tremen- Kit Form, or Erected Shell .Interior
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in recent with prizes
Barrel racers from all over .
Florida are expected.Inquiries have being offered In excess of hundreds For FREE presentation call: FHA*VA A

come from as far awav as Indiana of thousands of dollars, Ms...Griffis- f.M John E. Curies United Realty of Starke .office:964-8447 home:
Ms. Griffis says. -- -
The Bradford calf scramble is be-
revived after about 10 years.The
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Elsie OrmondMrs. 1.1,. A1' THURS. WED., _RESERVED"'K...... _
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Elsie Geiger Ormond, 58, of OCT. COO'
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Mrs. Ethel Faircloth of Starke; two Maid and Astor canned fruits, vegetables, soups and more w'
sisters, Mrs. Lucille Anderson and
Mrs.Jeanette Alkire,both of Starke. )
Funeral services will be held Fri- all at WINN-DIXIE's Low Prices.!
day,Oct.30 at 2 p.m.at the Chapel of $ 0149 Everyday
Archie Tanner Funeral Home with o
Rev. Henry McKinney I officiating.
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Cora Lou Thomas, 88, of pOD B S" II i I
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Oct. 28 in Whispering Pines Care
Center of Starke following a brief illness. -
Born Sept. 14, 1899 in Loganville, Mjia F1 Mai i r' Icnud .
Ga., Mrs. Thomas moved to 1-LB. PKG.
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Jacksonville. She was a member of SAUCE
Haynes Creek Baptist Church in MAID = SLICED I
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Foster of Loganville, Ga.; 8 I ,
grandchildren, 8 great. oo $100 a ;
grandchildren and one great-great $1 -L rrI
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Art .
Festivalfrom -


page ITheshow
to look at, and purchase a wide 1Lij
Sunday and Saturday variety of items.
was sunny and clear, and without "It's amazing to me the response
the wind that forced the artists to an- that the show has drawn in such a
chor their creations down with lines short time," commented Davis
and clear tarps last year,with plen- Holcomb, a visitor from Jackson
ty of space to show their their ville who owns a small art gallery InJackonsville's
delicate and varied collection of Arlington area.
works. "Several of my friends down here
The festival is hosted by the college told me about it but I never ..
and put together by Brown and vary it would attract such a i!, 1r
Clark, who are faculty members at of artists and such a big:
SFCC in Gainesville. crowd. The organizers have done a
"It's always a big challenge put- great job. I'll be back next year with ?
few other who still don't
ting a show together, but the a people"
volunteers and know about it.
people who have just
stopped by and offered their help There were also some fine performances -
have been great,"Brown said."Thisis from various artists duringthe
a show that will undoubtedly keep show who entertained the crowds i I 2 thIQ '
qt ,
in with everything from folk music, to % ]
growing years after such a
a play put on by SFCC Drama Class
positive and
beginning now its second I I
year. That's usually the test." ?
The exhibits were roughly divided Artists were particularly pleasedwith h
their sales, which along with
into two thirds fine art and one third
craft works,giving visitors a chance the pledges to buy a certain amount


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of works from all of the artists, and tions operated concession stands fora
the good crowd, made the show an variety of taste buds and there was __ .- "-----A/-, _... ''. ......'"-
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Local artists Bobbie-Sue O'Brienwas creations, and the ever-popular :r.------r. ... ::: = .=,.. = "=- r- r --= S Ms
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just one example of the show's face-painting area set aside where *' ,.... .
commercial success, reporting that volunteers gave kids funny clowns 't -.IIU_
sho sold all but one of the items she faces to show their friends. Iies,iV!
displayed in her booth. "It was amazing how hard many ,
The hours of advance work for the people here worked to make the
show, which began more than three show a success in its first year, if Tiief.rddsM :
months ago certainly seemed to be which Is always hard," Brown commented
worthwhile when the show had con "We are very pleased that
f %
cluded. people here have really been looking \\ .
"It's the type of event that can forward to the event, so it made our \
really bring the community jobs easier this year. The results, \ .('odJr.,. ..rAD
r together," Clarke said. "And I think the crowds, the number of artists .
that is definitely happening here in who attended, and most importantly >
Starke. the enthusiasm by the people here in (rId&I .
Local service clubs and organiza Starke have been very gratifying."

I Fun Run A Success from page 1. I "Oa l.S Fasht 0:1V ,
Devoe, Bob Holder, Chris Burgin Browder Janice Helmer, Linda "i: {j,0t-'h: ".
and Clarence DeSue,Jr. Burgin, Patti Browder, Catherine
I 11 Ribbons were given to all Fun- Nix Inez Shcdden and Gloria Triest.
Runners as they crossed the finish Special thanks to the Eagle group
line. Local ham radio operators for their assistance also.
worked closely with Rescue 61 keep- Thanks again to these sponsors: SVIC1MORf'"altGE
ing the runners in sight at all times. Burger King of Starke, Winn Dixie,
Workers and volunteers were Jones Funeral Home, Putnam
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Allegra McRae, Wilma King, Harry Mitchell's Drugs, and Doyle Archer
.. Messmgill, Bob Edwards. Vivian Funeral Home.
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,. Lady Fire Dept. Member Let the Good Times Roll :

H..T-: Ready Willing to TjjJJ Again n

Helpby Live Music returns To .

Joe Gissy year old son at home. : The Econo Lodge Lounge
BCT: Staff Wilier "I will usually answer daytime .
F- 1 1k Att Mrs.Joyce Cooley, housewife and calls because the men are working,
r mother,is the newest member of the and our son is in school,"said Joyce. : Halloween Costume Party
lleilbronn Springs Volunteer Fire Friends and neighbors are very will-
Department. ing to let me "drop him off" for a
She has been a member of the while when necessary,she says. i: PRItZa4 Saturday. Oct. 31 iR"z I!s
team since early September and has Heilbronn Springs Chief Terry Mc-
already been on 3 house fires and Carthy states, "Joyce is expected to
one trailer fire. do the same job as other firemen, : Music by "WHITE FOX"Tony :
t As a rookie fireman, Joyce is and so far has done an outstanding .
assigned to work under a veteran job performing the duties of a : & Vicky
fireman in the Department. Lt. fireman
Stanley Benckowsky is her mentorat Ass't. Chief Howe is a certified : (also
playing Friday.. Oct. 30 from 9pm) :
present. She will report to him at fireman and trainer, and much ,
the scene of a fire, or to Assistant training can be had within the unit. .
Chief Kevin Howe. Her husband is "I intend to get some training at the : ( :;' ; :'''' '.. ..,:..: I.: I : : I" I.: : '''i :
Fire ,
College Ocala when ,
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Capt. Ted Cooley,also a member of ; 'g--O"'wO' ,'
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the Volunteer unit. available, Joyce said. ..' :! I ,, ,.. oJ i .
: Capt. Cooley is a veteran with six "I have been accepted real well in ..... -- .... ... .,..'. "H. < ,.. ,,. .
years in the Dept. Both Ted and the Department," she said, "All the ..
Yaj, ) Joyce are very aware of the dangers units throughout the"county have
involved with fire fighting,and hope been wonderful to me. : $1. per person
"We are proud to have Joyce in .
they can avoid both getting involved .
{ in a dangerous situation at our unit," said Chief McCarthy. cover charge .
-Utryw one time, for the sake of their 4V4 "She will be"a major asset to our Minimum .
I department. Age 21

: I Special Olympics SetOn : ID's Checked -0.7 :

On-Friday, Nov, 6 the Bradford The public is encouraged to attend :
County Special Olympics meet will the meet. Admission is free. lLode :
I be held at the Bradford Middle Special Olympics, the largest International :
.. '?:- School gym on North Orange St., program of sports train- g ECONO LODGE
Starke. ing physical fitness and athletic -. ;
competition for the mentally retarded ,
Lady Fireman Joins Ileilbron Unit.., Photo rr'a'6h"Mrs Opening ceremonies will begin at is sponsored by the Joseph P.- : lltflldlliTEt US 301 N. STARKE! 964-76OO ;

Fire Department Joyce Cooley by Chief is welcomed Terry McCarthy.into the Ileilbron Springs Volunteer will 9:30: ( be a.m.provided Lunch by for McDonald's.BRADf0C2.0 these athletes. Kennedy Washington, ,Jr.D.C., Foundation in '$>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>)) :> :>>>) )))))>> :
Joyce Joined the IISVFD in early September, and has been on three r
house"fires and one trailer fire since. "We are proud to have Joyce in the 1| WHAT IS WHIPLASH? | A WHIPLASH INJURY DAMAGES
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__ \ 'i '" .aL =- Girl Scout NewsDaisy

&.. \ the costume juding Were Tatum
Scouts hosted
F who a special
: Thrift,' Mitch Griffis and Alan
M r event tot sister Brownie Troops Include
ti 1 s -" Pamela Reddish, Kelly Con- Regaei they were awarded large
Kelly Wallace Brooke pumpkins filled with treats. The
G naughton
L y Barber. Joanie Dampier, Monica judging was especially difficult this
.. McGee. Tabtttm Matthews Sabrina year as the costumes were really
c' I \ L Li Bullock with leaders Debbie Con- cute and/or creative. Thanks to the
naughton and Kristy Reddish. library staff Cadettes First United
Brownies enjoying the "Tooth Methodist Church, parents and all
Fairy" with Daisy Troop 332 were; who participated.
Synica Cribtu, Kelly Sellers Kelly Cadettes Sarah Looney Melanie
Trimble, Cherl Milliard Marie Trimble Pamela Patterson Jen-
Carlton, Shanda Murrow Lori nifer Keys. Jenny Richardson,
Musson, Jasmine Reddish Ashkea Brooke Watson Shannon Elliott.
Bielmg.Erica Mains Jill Schlofman Keri Norman, Bobbie Wescott and
from Trooper 6113 with leaders Joan Christy Melton Amy King
i Carlton Cathy Hiliard and Nancy Christy Willis did a great job of plan-
Pearson; Patti Foster Leigh Johns ning, preparing decorating and
1 Erika Chastaitt, April McKinney hosting the party. said goodbye to
With we
Lane Tougale Shian Walkup, Bon- Librarian Arnold Weeks who has
Fatten, Anita
nie Heather
Bishop of the event
been a strong supporter
Samatha Belcher
i Aguire for the past few years.Good luck Ar-
ww i 41 Goodman,Denna Henderson Carrie
nie will miss
1 you.
P' Wescott Katrina yoeman Leslie
Bullock Letitia Clark.Leann Folson
r. with leaders Shan Johns and Lynn Arts Festival Thanks
r r.Y Foster. Thanks to Senior and Cadette
Scouts for their participation in the
Starke Arts Festival Saturday. The
Cadettes Host Party children all seemed to enjoy the free
Cadettes and the Bradford County crafts and 'art' work. Thanks Judy
Public Library hosted the annual Dukes, Carolyn Eaves Cathy Hep-
Halloween party Tuesday for burn Melanie Trimble, Sarah
I children ten years and under. Looney Bobbie Wescott Christy
Brownies Visit SFD... 75 children and scouts enjoyed Willis Amy King Christy Mellon,
fishing a scary film a mini-cake Pam Baucom Jennifer Stivers
Brownie Troop 325 visited the Starke Fire Department during Fire Jolada James Kelly Harris Tenika Wilson. Carella Thomas. Carneil walk and refreshments. Winners of Pamela Patterson.
Prevention Month. Thanks to the firefighters for a pleasant and Williams.Gera Johnson with leaders Beulah Lennon. Barbara Reed and
memorable visit. a mother-helper Doretha Wilson.
Brownies include Reshevta Chandler Cathy Scott Stephanie Holllday, Firefighters are Tom Rowe and Doug Cooper.

Nursing Asst. Course SihWYERI:

In New Offices
Bradford FlIP
Offered by SFCCLocal ( !
Florida Highway Patrol has a new The former Civil Defense Building
residents who are interestedin Cut'tilled Nursing Assistants as required home in Starke as of Sept. 24 they will house the patrol as well aa the
a Nursing Assistant Course in by Florida Law. are in the newly renovated offices at Driver License Office after October
Starke this wintertbeginmng The cost of the course is approx- 830 Edwards Road. 20,according to Sgt.David Goo& er.
January) should contact the Santa imately $175, which includes application -
Fe Community College Starke tuition, lab fees book and

Center.The eight week, non-credit course uniform.Applicants must take the TABE Bob Wright Housing
((240 contact hours) is designed to test at the Bradford Vo-Tech Center.
develop a degree of skill for nurses For more information, please call J
aides that will meet nursing home Lila Yawn at the SFCC starke Hwy. 301 N. Starke
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PATRICKS OPEN PUB 7 DAYS A&WEEK PACKAGEKeystone (One mile south of Middleburg on Hwy 21)) 332 W. MADISON ST. PH., 964-7701
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Hgts-Open 7 Days a Week-473-9718 Phone: (904) 282-3115 or 282-3116
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News Briefs Deputies found plants that were alcohol content was .07 percenL He nation Officer Michael Traugott last ment of Corrections in 1982 for a
M to 12 fed tan and IIIId outgrown was released after a $382.50 cash Friday against Billy Gordon Gnffis. Bradford charge of possession.
the asenndaeme tint bid bond was ported While Griffis was in custody a' When he was released March 1983 he
Two Starke ResidentsIn gave a dosing argument. The two ....... AH the illegal plants were Passenger Travis Eugene Brin- search warrant was executed by was picked up to serve an eight year
woman, four man Jury meted m -- w".anfu&I7lft1dec1 son.23,was charged with possessionof federal agents and new charges of federal sentence for counterfeiting.He .
Federal CustodyTwo verdict of guilty in a very bncff tone and seupMha. I and thus more po- less than 20 grams marijuana.be found in possession of a firearm and was released In December, 1985
Monday tent ... more valuable than most was released after a 262.50 cash controlled substance were filed, according and has been on probation(state and
Morgan Road residents were morning.arrested IDUljuaDL bond was posted Vernon Lee Bell to Assistant U.S. Attorney federal)) since that time.
Chesser was July 2* a
arrested last week by federal Griffin Loop outside of Stark by U. Cnffis. sow of Pfck-A-Fuck 23, also a passenger was chargewith Jay Steele. Federal charges of VOP Assisting in the arrest was
authorities on drug charges, according Winston Barber of the Florida video store was put oa probation m giving alcoholic beverage to a have also been filed, said Steele. Federal Bureau of Investigation;
to the office of U. S. Attorney March far said Goodner Bell Griffis has been ordered held with
Patrol and withdriving : rnigs! seznaUy ex-; minor was no Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms and
Highway charged '
Robert Merkle. under the mftornce and phd___.GnfOs pled no contestto utter a $101.23 cash bond bond. Florida Department of Law En-
Conroe and Conroe BO
Jimmy Nancy that and was served In forcementQcrbnrri
charge was placed on Griff's one year Depart-
of Starke were taken into custody valid driver's bcease. Aisngant!
October 20 and charged with a one State Attorney John *****!* pot p.Gnffis released Man ArrestedFor
was < OB the potdIarp
count complaint of possesion with intent Barber on the stand to give IDedet.aiJs
after Gun
a rs a surety bond Firing
to distribute cocaine.At Chesser's arrest. ..
an arraignment Oct.27 the couple Barber said Cbecsers pickup pIIIkd. A Spartanburg,S. C. man was arrested
were additionally charged in a truck nearly struck has unmarked Mere Pot Polled Oct. :22 in Lawtey after he
five count indictment with possession patrol Baras it entered Gnffjs Loop dischargd a shotgun.
with intent to distribute cocaine : to follow the vehicle The FlIP spotter who saw the James DeLane Arvin,35 fired a
possession with intent to at which time be took notice of toe plants oa Grrffis property" also led 12-guage shotgun from the lot of GAS HEATERS
distribute marijuana, possession ofa vehicle running off the roadway and deputes to 74 plants oa Morgan Shell Station while school was in session -
machine gun and possession of fifteen weaving on the pavement Barber Road and swje plants on Cnffis Loop ,according to Lt.William TWot- COMPLETELYINSTALLED r
other firearms, according to stopped the pickup smelted alcohol Oct.:21 and H,.acconfisK to LL.Jobn0bu.J' oo.. Although no children were in WITH j
Assistant U. S. Attorney Jay Steele. on Chesser and proceed to arrest .The aavrstigation a emir the school yard at the time. GAS JUST .
The Conroe's remain in federal bun. nung nto the bees these During a search of Arvin at his ar
custody under no bond. Judge George IL Pierce fined plants,no arrests have made. rest,a stiff blade knife was found in MCL. iulll'TUBING i
Chesser 1625 (this is his second OCI his boot. Arvin was charged with $-298 10 FT.I J
Starke Man Fled offense), suspended his drovers discharging firearm in public and
To Escape ArrestA license for sue months ordered bran Tbgree ArrestedOn carrying a concealed weapon,according -
to 50 hours commutoly to U. William Ttllotson.
29-year-old Starke man who at- work complete under SalvabmArmy supervision Drag Charges Arvin was released after a $500 HEAT UP TO 5 ROOMS CUT
tempted to escape an arrest by attend DUI schooL Adjudication surety bond was pasted.
Three 0 vehicle
Geuigjia men a
Bradford County deputies now has was withheld on the NVDL. stopped far speedkgg Oct.: 24 were arrested Starke Man Arrested HEATING COST BY 50%!!
additional charges placed against charge and Cbesser.. ordered to .
on varvo charges.Trooper
Him.Deputies pay$50 court costs W. H. Abrams stepped For Parole ViolationA CHOOM Oval 20 MODEL TO TANK'2* TO INtTALLIDFROM WOO OALS.
were called to a the subjects whose vehicle was MOM VENTtO. CALL TODAY fOR
residence Oct. 23 in Lincoln City Man ArrestedFor 47-year-old Starke man was arrested INVENTED MATHS LOWEST PRICK 1B11 NW.
Lawtey spetidsg on tSTbe: smell of Oct. 23 by federal AND rUMNACIS&TARKB LP-OA S
where a disturbance was taking 2ND *T. OAINESVILLIGAINESVILLI
Growing PotA manjoaoa smote was comm bum while be was under arrest for '
place. The caller indicated Anthony the to the :
Leonard W trooper.A violating his probation according to ",'! !
Aaron,who had
an outstan- 49-year-old Lawtey man was arrested search revealed a marijuana a spokesperson from the office of U. ,2$ : JMINTRODUCTORY 378-4677
ding warrant against him,was causing 11 .'
last Friday after marijuana cigarette and a beer can opened and S. Robert GRIFFIS
Attorney Merkle. HAMPTON
the problem. As the deputies at- was spotted by air cr-uc... his ban full_the vetade.
Charges of VOP filed in : ;
were 7h4340 :I
tempted to locate and arrest Aaron, .
The three mss all from Alma, Bradford Parole and 'L' "
County by Pro-
he jumped from a window and fined
Carl Edward was charged!: Georgia were arrested.
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the house.Deputy Doug York chased with manufacturingcannabts.21 Driver of the vetecfe. EdwardWiteMBedgood.
Aaron for several blocks before capturIng after Florida Highway Patrol .Jr, ".was charged SPECIAL FROM CULLIGAH
him.Aaron reported tall pot plants were growing wtftli ckmn miler Brffri*"* ,_
was arrested on the capias on his property according to akoho w beverage ill -- by .
charging battery and additionally Deputy Doug York.The value of toe a minor. poisesMoa of less than 2 tgrams .es
charged with battery of a law en- high quality plants is estimated btu marijuana,accurdmg: to Sgt.
forcement officer and resisting arrest in excess of 950.000. David G darr. Bedgood's blood RENT
with violence, according to s
Deputy York. Assisting in the arrest o

were Barry Lt.King.John Dempsey and Deputy BULLDOZING BY PATE \ SOFT EN DS ER

Aaron was released after he
posted a $50 cash bond on the old 10TH ANNIVERSARY 19771987We 198
charge and a $2,000 surety bond on
the new charges. WATER '

' appreciate the fine people In this community
Starke Man
Guilty and the business you have given us these past ten
In DUI TrialA We thank and will continue
years. you serving you
Starke man was found guilty as In the following ways: No Job too large or too 90 00

ford charged County by a Court.jury Oct. 26 m Brad- small We do 'cm all from mowing to $3 $29,

Randy Allan Chesser, who bulldozing: root rake and front end loader work: lit Month Installation

represented himself in court,had no Piling, burning & hauling: tree removal; road & n Special
defense to present to the jury,he just
driveway construction: ponds. beaches cleaned

and restored and building demolition.: We also sell 1-800-342-9084

FOR and deliver white beach sand: fill dirt. clay.

lImerock & culverts. ALSO: lime for fertilizing I

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11 I PHONE 964-7776
191 BRONCO XLT with everything. TO DRINK FOR SALE "
32,000 mils 4682354. 10/8 TF THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS 1$ FT. ORLANDO CLIPPER fishing boot 205 N. Tempi
trailer A 6 HP motor, 2 anchors
WHOLES All for quick
4 boat cushions. All for only MOBILE HOME FOR SALE rent to own
cash sole: 1984 Regal, loaded, THAT'S OURS $673. 9645357. 10/29 your own mobile home. Several to
Itpd Cecelia
Terwiileaar I
964-7543 9648569. 10/8 10/29 Alcoholics Anonymous
4lpd BORUM JET BOAT 18 ft., 460 C.I. Ford choose from. Call 0168.I 323 for Informa-
19S2 FORD LTDi 4 door sedan, AC crul. 9H-1160.964.1219 engine with chrome "goodies", drive- tion. 10/8TF ....NEW LISTINGS....,
control. tilt wheel. 64,000 originalmil. pd thru 10/29 on trailer. Extra sharp Lt. NEW USED MOBILI HOMES. Call Roy BEST NEIGHBORHOOD MS I. Mimosa- large. Immaculate brick home,
... V.ry good shape' $3,000. CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free blue/metalflake./ MUST SELL. REDUCEDTO Well at A&W Mobile Homes, 964-6407 CHSA, nicely landscaped lot 296x148.
9645018. Itchg 10/29 ..tlmat.., Handy-Man Fence Co.Owner tfnrw
$4,200-Make(( offerl 7823660. TFm| or 964.6408.8/1. OWNER FINANCING 310 Church St., $20,000.
DODGE CHARGER 1986, AM/FM Tommy Reddish 964.8559 tfn 24 X 40 DOUBLEWIDE, all set up In Olln's
ZONED COMMERCIAL 43'xl65'. located In the close to
cassette. AC PS. PB tinted windows, HANDYMAN carpentry painting electrical Subdivision. Ready to move Into. enterprise zone,
cruise control $500 and take, ov.r complete home repair. WATERFRONT PROPERTY $13,800. Financing available Call hospital GREAT ACCESS. $23,000.
payments. 9645833. Itpd 10/29 Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor. 9645606.611 tfnchg ULTIMATE EXECUTIVE LIVING Stucco 8 block beauty with 3400 ..f" 6
RB0049306 Call Mitch. 4733940. l/9tfn yrs. old on 2'/ acres In Lawtey area. Spacious..Elegant..Prestigel
collect, tfn GREAT LOCATION:Good frontage Hwy 100W and Hwy 223. 40 plus acres
AM/FM, excellent gas mileage. COMPLETE HOME REPAIR carpentry and lake access. Lots available from available Call 1.272.0625
$7,000.964.5018.Itchg 10/29 painting, electrical, plumbing. $9000. Zoned Res/mobile home 3t 2 USED DOUBLEWIDES Low payments EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOOD: Palm St., 3/2, brick, new roof, carport,
Reasonable rates, Licensed contractor mile west of Stark. on beautiful Low down payment. Call 1.272.0650 new Carrl.r heat pump large screened porch, utility shed extra lot
YARD SALES RB0049306. Mitch. 473-3940. 8/20TFchg Sampson Lake ((2000 -f" acres) Ex collect tfnTHEY'RI LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS. PRIVACY, PRICED RIGHT! Keystone, beautiful
DO YOU NEED TO WORK bat can'tbecause c.lI.ntI.hlng, skiing and boating. HEREI! Champion Sun Belt Spanish style home, 3450 s.f..10 acres, sprinkler system 4 BR, 2Vi ba, for.
of high cost of child care? I am 904-964-7733 slnglewides, solid wood cabinets, mal LR, fully equipped kitchen, Ig. FR, brick fireplace, patio, pool, ceiling
FOUR FAMILIES: Saturday 9 tll. Two Christian woman that wants to h.lp. eve-533-2038 Owner/broker 8/13 tfnchg plush carpets, glamour bath, Northern fan., 2 car garage, new roof zoned Agrl., 2 assume mtgs.. $135,0001
blocks North of Bakery on Call 7823462. 9/10 TF Installation. Put sales tax down, will CONSOLIDATED HOME B OFFICE OR APT Cory comfortable 2 BR, 2 Ba
Westmoreland. 10/29 TF TELEPHONE SERVICES Installation and LAND FOR SALE get you In one by Christmas Call Bill, brick, 2424 sq. ft. on 3 acres Intercom, central vac CHSA, ceiling fans, at-
YARD SALE 7 day a week 75 NW Ave repair, telephones and equipment 2720625. 10/29 2tchg 11/5 tic fan, fully equipped kitchen enclosed porches Buck stove, 436 ft.
Lawtey. Itpd 10/29 prewlres and lack installation sales I BUILT NEW HOME so must sell 26x56, garage, 616 sq. ft. separate office or apt. Lawtey area,
BIG YARD SALE Antique furniture. Infant and services Alan Hutche.on 13 ACRES ((4% acre cleared, rest In 1984 mobile home Built, to specs of .....COMMERCIAL.....
clothei. 1'/ mile West off 301 on 9644924. lOll 4tpd 10/22 good timber): 2 BR mobile home usedas regular home. Beautiful and extras, THOMPSON ST: 11,362 s.f.. brick ENTERPRISE ZONE Benefits $ 80.000
Rd. 125. Thurt.. Fri., Sot. 9p.m.. Itchg' BAKER LP GAS, INC.t Do you know or a rental at entrance of property. Just make an offer 964-7138 or 301 N: 1.5 acres, MH hook-up, 2 bldg., 240'on 301, great value $ 37,000
10/29 care what you pay for propane? Fall Several money-making pecan trees 964-4402, 9644169. 10/29 4tchg 11/19 301 N: by Econo lodge 163.01'on 301 $120,000
TWO FAMILY SALE: Nov. 2.,6 and 7,at special and senior citizens discount. around mobile home. $28,000, You 301 N: approximately 150' x approx. 220' $125,000
1008 Clark St., Stark. Behind Noegel'scar Family owned and operated. We don't Finance. Call for appt. 964.6305 days or 301 N: Dairy Queen Building, lease option? $ 93,000
lot. Itpd 10/29 charge any deposits. We sell and rent 964.6493 after 6 p.m. TFjo PERSONALS 301 S: 193'301 frontage $ 85,000
SATURDAY SALEi Two families bulk tanks and cylinders. We also have LOT IN CITY $6,000. Call 964.5764; after and
301 Washington Street 262.5..105'
household appliance., baby Items, oxygen, helium and acetylene. 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn 91,500
301 S 135 ft. 301, 2 ..
: on
ALONE Call BRINGING PEOPLE opprox. ocr. $150,000
much more. Hwy. 100 West on Crosby 1-800-635-2371 or 2596810. lO/l54tpd 44 ACRES with 2 BR house or will divide
Lak. Estates, look for signs. Itpd 10/29 11/5 Into 10 acre or more tracts 964-7771 or TOGETHER! Starke' most respected .....ACREAGE.....
FRI. SAT. f SUN at Jo-Lu Motel l South WE PICK UP PECANS ON HALVES Industrial 964..537.5/1. TFchg dating service since 1977. All ages In. RD. 100 EAST: 1.37 acres wooded and platted $ 7.000
301. Sheets, bedspreads, blankets, Complex of Roiford, 431-1898 MOBILE HOME LOTS one acre and up. eluding senior citizen. 105th AVE.. LAWTEY: 2 '/ acres cleared $ 8,000
solid maple table/ 4 chairs, hutch for appointments. Itchg 10/29 Several locations. Some with hookups 18006484401. 4/2 tfn HAMPTON 438 acres This property ha.everything $438,000
much more. Itpd 10/29 WANTED Children to keep in my home. all with EZ term. Ralph Bryan LAWTEY: Saeres, 105th Ave., good investment $ 13,000
BIG YARD' SALE: Frl ft Sat. 9.2 p.m. Nice Day time only and after school. Please Realty, 9646208. 9/24 TF R.V.s. CAMPERS, RD 100 E: 12 acres plus fish pond, wide open spaces $26.000
... VCR TV, Christmas items, lot. call after 3 p.m. and eves at 964-4908 PEACEFUL COUNTRY Beautiful 4 plus TRAVEL TRAILERS FLUME RD.: 9 acres joins Country Club. Condos?Time Share? $49.000
more. 1 mile down Morgan Rd. off 301 or 9646636. Itpd 10/29 acres, trees, fenced private.' Located SR 16 WEST: 7
approx. acres $13,000
North. Look for signs. Itchg 10/29 DIANE'S CLEANING SERVICE: New openIng near 3 major fishing lake with public
: acres, frontage $15,000
3 FAMILY GARAGE SALE 2 gas grill., available Just in time for the holi- access Sampson Lake area Definitely :30 FT. TRAVEL TRAILER slightly used LAURA CHURCH RD., 40 acres 1970 MH 2 barns,
clothes, miscellaneous items. 4Vi day season. References available worth your immediate attention air, .self-contained full bath, bedroom.
mile. West of Hwy 16. Itpd 10/29 9646535. Itchg 10/29 $16,400. Watson Realty Carp 272-2400 Must sacrifice this week. Can be seen 3 wells, farrowing pen $75,000
LAWN SERVICE for residential and com or eves 4737507. 10/22 2tchg 10/29 at Whispering Pines, 2 miles south on PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.: 20.16 acres, 3 wells,
mercial. Reasonable rates Free FOUR ACRES: Geiger Road. 300 ft. off 301. Starke. Itpd 10/29 septic tanks, poles, owner finance $50,000
HOMES estimates. Also FIREWOOD. $40 per Colley Road. Asking $16,000. Call Jack 43 FT. TRAVEL TRAILER 964-4883. Itchg Or will split each $27,000
FOR SALE long wheelbase load. 9644238. 1029TF 904-733-5655 or eves 6421492. 10/22 10/29 BROWNLEE RD.: 36.43 acres, owner finance, great location 82,332
2tpd 10/29 BAYLESS HWY: 50 acres, frame home & egg farm
CHRISTIAN MOTHER wants to babysit. Owner finance, "eggs-aclly"what you need $250,000
2 BR, 1 BA with 2-car garage. Perfect for Has references. 9648975. 10/29 3tchg
retired couple. Easy walking distanceto 11/12 REAL ESTATE .....HOMES....
new shopping center 29999. Call WILL BABYSIT your children In my home FOR SALE STROUT REALTY 6 DEERWOOD S/D: brick 3/3, pool $133,000
96..560630 tin during day and after school located Incorporated MIMOSA DRIVE: brick 3/3. custom built 90,000
THREE FRAME HOUSES for sale: One 4 near State Form Prison on Rd. 225. Lie. Real Estate Broker POLK ST: Singlewlde 2/2 CH, AC unit $ 14,000
BR, one 3 BR, and one 1 BR. Need 7823971. Itpd 1029COMMERCIAL KINGSLEY LAKE AREA Immaculate 3 BR, MENG DAIRY ROAD: ./2, 2 story, 12 acres 85,000
repairs All three $95,000. Located at 2 Ba mobile home on acre of live oak. B3B N.Temple Ave.U.S.301)( ) SAMPSON LAKE: 3/2.1985 DW fireplace, high lot $50.000
315 N. Walnut, 9648404. 10/15 3tchg Many extras. Call for details. Ralph Starke, Fl 33091 EDWARDS LOOP: 3 BR, 2 Ba,1 1 acre, let's go country S 62.000
10/29 PROPERTY Bryan 9646208. 10/29 TF 964-8931 473-3096 ORANGE AND PRATT: 2/1 frame, handyman's dream $25.000
BELOW APPRAISED VALUE: 3 BR. 1 Bath. BROOKER:: 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oaks SID extra lot $44.000
CH8A, fully assumable mortgage at 8 RENTLEASESALETWO 1396: 20 oc. to develop Inside city MENG DAIRY RD.: 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB CH/A so near $40.000
3/.%. Call 964-4713 after 3 p.m. or all VACATION RESORTS OR limits 2 BR furnished home Included. CROSBY LAKE CANAL: 2 BR, 1 Bo, CHI A, frame $41,000
day weekends. 10/153tpd 10/29 Zoned mobile home park,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 7411 HallmanBR. 2 COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS for RENTALS f 455: 2-story apt. house ((4), good Income ....LOTS.....
lease. 1000 sq. ft. 8 1250 sq.ft. Hwy. Crosby Lake Lot 100 ft.
2 both, new country kitchen, Epperson St. S 19,800
workshop. Must see to appreciate 301 South. 964-8848. 473.3617.10/15 TF COTTAGES Fully furnished. Dally, 1423: Mobile on 11 oc., pecan grove, 2 Country Club Estates: 2 lots, one acre each 57,500IS8,500
473-3285. Itpd 10/29 CORNER BUILDING and/or restaurant weekly, monthly rates. Also mobile ml. to town Kingsley Lake Village: 2 lots $ 4.500
HAMPTON OAKS 3 BR, 2 both home on equipment for lease. Will sell equipment home park spaces for rent and homes '>41I: Southern Estate home, 5 ac., Crosby Lake Lot 2;Make Offer $ 17,000
from Santa Fe '
1 acre lot. Owner will finance. Asking seperately. Across for .0 .. MT. VIEW RESORT, U.S. 64E, REDUCED! Washington & Cherry St.: 2 lots $ 8,000
Community College Best restaurant ...Jtighland."Ad..Franklin. N.C ((704)) "
$39,000. Call Trevor Waters, 4734903Century location in town. 9.118S6- tfnchg *439: Commercial bldg. & 10 city lots, Wlndinglre.Lokelot246FIorlddFrontI.P'v" 115.000
21 Showcase Properties, Inc.,
FOR LEASE, sq. ft., 301 South next going business Is I Im After Hour.
Broker, Keystone Heights. 10/22 4tchg
964-8848, 964-847,
11/12 to United Realty Anne Terwlllegar Nelson 473-7541

or eves, ..73.3621.16 tfnchg John Longford Master Appraiser 494-2791
Randy Cory 475-257
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OUT OF AREA : \\AcceIeratedJZeaItr.* :

CLASS RING $50 reward offered -
MOUNTAIN LOT NEAR ASHVILLE, N.C.I No questions asked. Turn in at
for sale by owner. Good road, power Starke Pawn Shop. 1753 N. TempleAve. 964-4544 : James Strickland's Sales & Service
and phone are already In, mobile, RV'sor .. Stark. Itpd 10/29
home OK. E-Z terms. Call Jim Now& Used Machine AII Types Hobby & Craft

Campen. 704-684-2691 eves. lOll 6tpd NOTICECLASSIFIED 1520 s. Walnut St. Baby Lock Svrgars eDre..maker .S.amMasf.rs .More

OCALA 11/5 NATIONAL FOREST High and [@J (Hwy. 301 S.) m. Corner Morgan Rd. & Hwy. 16 Behind Handi-Way
should be submitted
dry wooded lots. Mobile home, cabin Starke, FL rr 964-B733*
and to the Bradford County
O.K. fishing.
camping -
office in and paid in E. MSA
$5,450 w/ISO dn.. $63.71 monthly. Telegraph writing Wayne Douglas.
((904)) 236-4579 day. ((904)) 6222438eves. advance established unless with this credit office.Is already Designated Appraiser .

Altamonte Springs HOMES Jacksonville available in, Classified NOON prior deadline to Thursday Is publication.TUESDAY ,/ Homes S Lots / Acreage/ Waterfront .

Mulberry, New Port Richey Odessa, Classified display deadline Is TUESDAY / Farms S Commercial .
Pensacola, Tampa and 5:00 P.M. Special Classified display .
Wohneta.Orange Park Fla. Also other states. Excellent placement Is NOT Guaranteed. COUNTRY LIVING 3BR/2BA Block. Large Living Room

financing. Auction Associates Minimum charg. for classified ads Is w/Fireplace Family Room CH/A Large Swimming Pool 41

((305)) 2977696. Icon 87-431 each 15 words word for thereafter$3.3O, th.n 15 cents for Acres Fenced & Cross fenced, 32x36 Cypress Barn Well & 964-4522 '

Septic. STARKF. FL

Living & Dining Rooms, Family Room w/Fireplace Large Eat- 4 / 1

In Kitchen, Screened Porch & Bar-B-Q Grill. CH/A. Swimming : "

Pool Guerst House w/Bath 4 Lots. ; .

QUIET & PEACEFUL 5BR/2BA Brick. CH/A. Split Floor :

a m r, Plan, Fireplace. Large Kitchen w/Plenty of Cabinets, Utility ;

ta Room Garage 1 Acre.

Has 1BR/1BA Apartment w/Seperate entrance 5 Acres. Owner



Doublewide with Patios & Carport. WeU &: Septic. 6.92 Acres. ON HAMPTON LAKEi 3 BR, 2 Be, gorgeous view of the entire lake.. Boat house

NORWEIGIAN BRICK 3BR/2BA. Dining-Kitchen Combo. and dock, many other emenltle. JUST REDUCED TO 110000.

CH/A. Range &: ReM Carpet. 1200 S/P. Well & Septic. 1.5

Susan M. Faulkner GRI.CRB PRESIDENTLocated
GAINESVILLE 3BR/2BA Block. 1577 SIP AC. CH. Family EXTRA CLEAN I Doublewlde 3/1'10, satellite dish, 3 acres $32,000.

9t51. !f51.qJL 9t pY; 19C Lot.Room. Stove & Refri, Double Carport, Enclosed Porch Comer NEAT 26000.AS A PIN 11 New roof new bathroom, nice lot. close to Stark. Only

ONE OF THE FINEST 3/2 doublewlde on 3 acres, paved road, $49.000.
Hwy.301.2 Blke S. SR.100. 221 W. Lafayette Street BLOCK HOME 3BR. 1 1/2 BA. Living Room Roomy JUST REDUCED 2 mobile homes on 2.9 acres, good Investment. $18.000

Kitchen-Dining Combo Central Heat. Nice Lot Shade Trees OWNER SAYS GET OFFER doublewlde, 10 acres of good land $47.000.

*DOUBLEWIDI mobile home on one ocre. 1,839 S/F BLOCK HOME ON 1 ACRE 3BR 2BA.Spacious MOBILE HOME AND 19 PLUS ACRES: Private but only 10 minutes from Starke.MOBILE .
*LIVE IN ONI and rent out the other. Brick duplex Immaculate. Living Room Family Room Ch/A. Range ReM & / HOME WITH ADDITIONS South of Stark., owner financing.A .
J BR 1'At.., close to Mark.tplace. Great for retired couple or young family. SPECIAL BUY 2 BR, 1 bath CHA on major highway. 26500.
I : 3 BR, 1 Bo home with many ...tra.. Immaculate Dishwasher Well & Septic. IMMACULATE! mobile home 3/1. CH&A approx. 1500 ..f. on 1 acre. 53000.
*INDUSTRIAL ZONING 2 buildings, now rented Good Income. TWO STORY WHITE CEDAR Buy & Complete 5BR. CRYSTAL LAKE AREA over 2000 ..f. In this better than new brick home
.LAURA $Ti 3 BR, 2 Ba concrete block starter home. Priced In $30s. 3BA. Formal Living & Dining Rooms. Recreation Room 110000.
TWO STOW from. and brick 4 BR. JV4 bo home on 37 acres.$22,500. Utility Room Large Front and Back Porches, 7.6 Acres. LAWTEY AREA 3/2 CB. approx. 1500 ..f. on 1 acre $53,000
h frame
lot wl
3 plus ocres.
? building on
LARGE 4 M. 3 Ba home with business
:APPROXIMATELY M ACRES, wooded land. $1600 per are- will 1 dMd SELECTED PROPERTIES -II ACRESi on SR 16 I Morgan Rd. Seller motivated.

*SMALL 2 BRi 1 both frame home In town, S18.5OOIN 10 ACRES -100 Bearing Pecan Trees Barn Well & Septic. TWO LOTS CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES $8,800 for both.
Both frame, 1982. new roof. KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE 2 lots REDUCED to $5,000.
TOWN 2 BR. 1 Fenced
Hwy 230 post Hospital. ONI LOT ON BROOKLYN LAKE COVE Beautiful beach 30000.
1 on
*BUILDING LOT Over are for Mobile Home
1 ACRE HWY 100 Zoned
HOME. town nice tree and landscaped yard. LAKE LOTS on Sampson lake.
*TWO STORY 10 ACRES 13th Street. NE. Pecan Grove SAMPSON CITY AREA Deer hunting Is good on this 13 acres. $32,000 owner

Available! 10S ACRES Northeast Alachua County financing
Commercial Residential with financing.
COUNTRY CLUB Building lot. from 6500. Some owner
10 ACRES South Clay County. Residential/Agricultural!

3 ACRES Hwy 16 W. Good Commercial Location LAKE HOMES.
e Call one of our Professionally trained 2.16 &: 4.55 ACRES 2 Parcels. Zoned for Mobile Homes BRICK HOME On shady lot with sandy beach. Below' appraised value.
-EXCITING CONTEMPORARY HOME on very private loke. Minute from Storke.
staff today at: Northeast Section
Const Co. Private
BEAUTIFUL LAKE HOME built by Warren Stevenson showing.
LAKE GENEVA Large lot. 100 ft. ON THE WATER TWO STORY: 3 IR, 2 .Ba, CH4A. dock and boothouse. $115,000. .
LAKE LOTS Crosby & Sampson Lakes, Owner Financing RENTALS '

after hours call: LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast Section of City FOR RENT Older large home with CH&A, walk to everything.
HWY 301 SOUTH Large Lot Good Business Location
For A Complete List Of Our Properties
REALTOR ASSOCIATES EVENINGS HWY 301 SOUTH 5 Acres near Earleton beach 210 Ft on Cali Our OfficeWe

Irene L Faulkner----:964.5142 IB Hwy

Lucflfe Spry ---964-8420 COMM BLDO Approx 15.000 S/F Floor Space Invite Inquiries On Our Other PropertiesI

e Bobby Biggs 964-7331 REALTOR A-A A A A A A A A A A A A A 4V AA A A A


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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, As Iowa. NEWLY DECORATED, everything furnish'ed. R.N.s and L.P.N.si Full/part time, permanent COZY. FURNISHED STUDIO APT FOR RAT Buy. sell and trade collectible PRESSURI WASHING Houses, mobile
$14.99 per month. Call 964-6946. tfn Laundry facilities Included. Video hift. RN specialists provide RENT low yearly rates, dock Items and antiques. Used furniture, homes, pools, decks, sidewalks.' Free
ALICIA HAY new hay, $25. Delivery room avallab:.. Will accept one child crisis Interv.ntlon and clinical supervl- available located on Lake Geneva, glassware jewelry and much more. estimates Call Rob 473-3590. 3/3
avail obi.. All hay In barn 7 mil.West no pets. Palms Apts., 2313 N. Temple Ion to a psychiatric unit. Requires 3 utilities paid. 4732919. 4tchg Come see for yourself. One mile east tfnchg .
of Starke on Rd. 16, Jimmy Catkins. Ave., Starke 32091. 10/29 TF yrs. R.N. experience Salary rang. 10/15-11/9 of Keystone Heights on Highway 100 LAWN MOWING Trimming edging.
964.8356.8/27 TFchg THREI BEDROOM, 2 Ba, ,CB home on 3 $829.92-,358.58! biweekly plus shift HOUSI ON LAKE GENEVA FOR RENT 4732183. 3/5 Ifnchg Call' The lawn Barber. 473-3390. FreeEstimates.
GAS STOVE 36 Inch $75. Phon. acres Can have a zoo. Located on differential. Graduate nurses considered 2BR furnished 4732455. Itchg 10/29 '
9645684. 9/24 TF Montloca Road, halfway between Contact Merrlet Hlgglns 3/3 tfnchg
TWO BEDROOM HOME on Lake GenevaIn CARSDO ODD ton BY RANDY remodeling and
LIMEROCK, FILL SAND hauled and Starke and NEFSH Fla.
Gainesville. 964-7138 or Macclenny. 32063. Keystone AC, screen porch no refinishing light hauling. 473-1148
spread 782-3172: Allen Toy'or.Lowl.y. 964-4402 or 964-4169. 10/29 4tchg 904-259-6211. ext. 114. Itchg 10/29 $395. 1-786-6044. 10/15
9/24 TF 11/19 NEED B VERY OVERWEIGHT PEOPLI pets. 4tchg YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR PICK UP, leave a message. 4tpd 10/13-11/3

ALICIA HAY Fr..h cut. $25 a roll. All FOUR ROOM HOUSE, bath, stove ready to get thin for "Before/After" TWO 11/5 BEDROOM 1'10 both mobile home, We buy. Call Dale or Paul at Austin HOME IMPROVEMENT, repairs, additions .

hay under barn. 7 miles from Stark.on refrigerator heater AC. 964.7895.ltpd advertising. Personal support FDA accepted central heat & air In Cloy County. Motors 473-2720. .Slpd 10/28 or complete building. 30 years .
Hwy 16 toward 10/29 Call 70 OLDS DELTA-II 455 cu. In. engine, Bradford Qnd Clay
prison. 964-6167 or program. for more Information $235. 4732566. 10/22 2tchg 10/29 experience serving .
782-3727. 6/4tfn HOUSI FOR RENT Nov. I. In city con ((305)) 444-0516. fcan 87.432 _. good running condition AC works Counties 4734018. 3/28 tfn
ALL STEEL Clear-Span Building SoI.11) I crete block 2 BR. 2 bath CH&... utility 1350. 4737973. Itpd 10/29 FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging?
30x40x10 $4490; 40x60x10 $6990; room workshop unfurnished. REAL ESTATE LICENSING only $195. Call CONDO FOR RENT 173 FORD PICKUPs ton "go to work House out of level'?? LoRue Leveling
50x80x12 $9990; 6O><100xI2. 13.990; 9645392. Itpd 10/29 17554040. North Florida Real Estate truck", dependable, one owner. service for all your foundation repairs,

80x125x14 $21.990. Other .Iz... Call SEVERAL RENTALS EHlcl.ncy apartment College. 7/30ifn GENEVA OAKS CONDO FOR RENT 1BR, 4734145. Itchg 10/29 473.7721.7/9 tfnchg.,, ,
I.800.223.8028.fcan I EASY WORK! Excellent pay! Assemble IBA kitchen, living-dining room.C.. ;.
87-433 $140; 1 BR house, $135; 1 BR COMPLETE HOMI REPAIR carpentry
CUSTOM DOG BOXES, Aluminum or apartment $165; 2 BR mobile home" products at home. For Info. Call $250/mo. 4752052. 2tchg 10/29.11/5 FOR SALE pointing electrical plumbing.
tleel. 9648461. Itpd 10/29 $275. William D. Tiffin 222 N. Temple 504-641-8003 ext. A9579. 10/15 4tpd Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor "

CHICKEN PLUCKER electric pow.r. Ave., Starke, Fla. lie. Real Estate 11/5 HELP WANTEDFEDERAL FREESTANDING FIREPLACI Includes RB0049306. Call Mitch 4733940. 8/20
TRUCK DRIVERSt Poole Truck Line n..d.exp.rl.nc.d .
964.8219.Itchg 10/29 Broker 9645065. Itchg 10/29 over-the-road drivers.Must chimney excellent condition. $200. TFchg
APPLIANCES, refrigerator washer, and STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to ,STATE a CIVIL SERVICE JOBS. 473.2943.2tchg 10/22.10/29
freezer for '01.. 496-2090. I0/292tchg your 'work? We have clean mobile be at least 23 with Excellent good driving $14.707 to $66.819/year. Now hiring! OIL DRUM FOR SALE 225 gallon $75.
record and work
n/5 homes available. 4681323. 10/8 TF with pay CALL JOB LINE 1-518-459-3611 I Ext. Call Bob Weir at 4734657. Itpd 10/29 YARD SALES
FIREWOOD $40 for long wheelbase THREE BEDROOM HOUSE and 3 BR trailer and benefits package. F3339A for Info. 24hr. 3tpd 10/15.10/29 SOFA AND MATCHING CHAIR $45.
truck load with free fat lighter. for rent in country. 2 miles out. less than 12 months experience may CERAMIC BUSINESS NEEDS POURERS 4753458. Itchg 10/29 MULTIFAMILY YARD SALE 9 a.m., Hwy -.
apply as a Poole Driver Trainee ApplyIn
9644238. 10/29 TF 964.8661.2tpd 10/29 Truck experience or will train. 4753337. 100 from KH to Starke turn ,left bt
Poole line, 2241
APPLIANCE, person: MOBILE HOME LOT for sale In Coun
combination gas stove NEW MOBILE HOME 14 ft. wide central Itchg 10/29 Clay Children's Farm sign (across from
oven and dishwasher In the bottom. heat and air furnished. Must see. Detroit Blvd. Pensacola. Fla. ty, $2OOO. Owner will finance dump), about one mile. New A used
1-8002255000)) EOE.
Good condition. $100. 1210 Bradford 4681323. 10/8 TF ((904477-6481 4732566. 10/22 3tchg 11/5 baby S children Items furniture formats .
St.. Starke. Call anytime. 9646137. MOBILI HOMES FOR RENT, Come visit fcan 81.436GREYHOUND wanted six ACREAGE household goods. NO EARLY
Itchg 10/29 the New Mimosa Manor. Check us out. FARM help MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT BIRDS. Itchg 10/29
WOOD HEATER with days and/or nights, 40 hrs., own 9.7 ACRES IN OAK FOREST Call
chimney can be used Look at all the Improvements. GIANT YARD SALE guitars, household
and required.
in mobile home or house. 250. 9647498. 10/8 TF transportation phone 1.778.7380.4tpd 10/1-10/22
DOUBLEWIDE FOR RENT 3BR 2BA, Items, car boat children A men's
9644238. 10/29 Applications by appt. only 485-1174 2.3 ACRES IN FLEMING ISLAND between .
TF THREE ROOMS and bath furnished -
Hlghrldge Estates, 4737086. Itpd clothes. Sat. Oct. 31.9 a.m. West 100,
Graham. 10/22 10/29
SEVERAL ITEMS king size waterbed like apartment 1st floor. $160 plus $75 2tchg addresses 4966 and 4986 Harvey 10/29 look for signs. Itpd 10/29
n.w, new woman's W..t.rn Flyer security deposit. 964-8071. Itchg 10/29 NOW HIRING sewing machine Grant Rd. 40000. Write or call P.J.F.
Paid paid MOBILE FOR CH/A, 3 FAMILY YARD SALE Fri. a Sat., Ocf3O
holidays vaca
bike, used zigzag sewing machine, LARGE HOUSE 2/1. with yard next to operators. Shaw 663 Steeple Chase Dr., PorV '
fenced '
tion. helpful but will train. 2BR yard. $225/mo. plus a 31, 7493 Hilltop St., Sunrise .*
weight bench with weights. Call eves Southslde. $300. 533-2178, leave lawrenceville, Ga. 30245. 404-995.8950 .
Hourly rate. Apply In at Vogue deposit. NO PETS. Near town after 6 a.m. 4 p.m. 1 Itpd 10/29
after 6 p.m., 964-8666 or 9648045. message. Itpd 10/29 person .v.nlng..2tpd 10/29-11/5
475-5022. Itpd 10/29
710 S. Water St., p.m.
Itchg 10/29 I3.6S MOBILE HOME, 3 BR, 2 Ba on 1 Manufacturing.
PEAS FOR SALE: you pick or we pick. acre. 9644238. $250/month. 10/29 TF Stark. 2tchq 10/29
South 100 Forsyth Road. SE 11th St. MOBILE' HOME 2 BR lBo, unfurnished LPNs, RNs, CNAs, PRNs NEEDED: Full NOTICE LOSTANDFOUND
964.4287 or 9645261. Itpd 10/29 Clean and private. No children or pets. time RN position available. Apply to -NOWR

ALICIA HAY In roll., horse quality. All Responsible adults only. $225/month, Lake Butler Hospital & Hand Surgery CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted FOUND Badly Inlured black cat. Emery
Center SR 121 8 100 lake Butler Lane area. For Information call ENTINGI
under barn. Ord.r hay for winter and $100 security. 9645938. Itpd 10/29 to the Lake Region Monitor office I
leave under my barn until you need It. NEWLY REMODELED HOUSE, 2 BR, 904-496-2323 EOE. 10/22 2tctig 10/29 In writing and paid in advance 473.3848.Itpd 10/29 _
7 mil. North of Starke on Hwy 16 CHSA, new windows In kitchen new SEWERS Women's apparel sewing fac unless credit is already establishedwith KEYSTONE
FOUND Girls Jacket with ANN.
toward prison. Barn on w..t side of carpel and vinyl throughout. Shaded tory. Experienced operators needed this office.MONITOR name
road by split level home under pecan corner lot beautiful trees and plants. also mechanic GVL Fashions, STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 473.2405.Itchg 10/29 VILLAGE :
grove. Delivery available. Arthur Fenced backyard carport outside Gainesville. 335-7366. 10/22 TF RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN APARTMENTS
storage. Quiet neighborhood, conveniently GET PAID FOR READING BOOKSI! $100
WHOLESALE TRAMPOLINES, LOWEST located $350/month plus per title. Write ACE-All. 161\ S. Lin- THE TELEPHONE. CHAMBIEE'SMOBILE 1-2-3 Bedroom Patio Style I

PRICE EVERI 11 I One month only 14 ft.galvanl..d. deposit 1 yr. lease. 9648073. Itchg colnway N. Aurora IL 60542 10/22 Classified deadline Is 11:00: a.m. priorto HOMETRANSPORT Apartmentsfrom )
4tpd 1112H.RSTYLIST
only 25995. Christmas 10/29 Thursday publication.
$220 Per Month
NEEDED and "
Layaways. $25 holds until Christmas.Call experience Minimum charge is 15 words for$3.50
now. Jo,, 17783227. 10/22 9tod HELP WANTED following preferred.' 964.6777,10/22 TF then 15 cents for each word thereafter LO TEDINKEYSTONE "

FOR RENT tion'.rl Image Improvement clothing !
company seeking mature, CLUB ESTATES
doublewldes. Call 732.3003.8/20 TFchg career minded ladles. Comprehensive ThroughoutSoutheast

RENTALS AVAILABLE, $150 per month NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for small training flexible, independent work. I
and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner, Broker- engine mechanic. Apply In person at Ing schedules. I 1-919-4995828 or .: I Complete CALL
Owner at 964.5069 or 964.4048 TF Bryan Ace Hardware 473-4006 1-800-531-5314. ext. 3090. fcan 87-430 Tear Down
OFFICE ON 301 Contact Ron D.nmark Keystone Hts. 10/8 TF BABYSITTING: for 3 and 6 year old port And Set Up 473-3682
at 9645516. 6/25 tfn LAST CHANCE! Fantastic lob time or full time, non-smoker prefer
2 B 3 BEDROOM HOUSE, $250 and 350. demonstrating for the world's Number red. Need references My home or Small Bldgs.'Insured.
Call 964-5377 after 5:30: p.m. 10/1 TF One toy S gift company. A few openIngs yours near Starke Elementary or have SORRY r)
FOUR BEDROOM, unfurnished house, left. Also booking parties through car. 9647777. 10/22 2tehg 10/29 1-800-330-828:2: NO
$350/month. No pets, lease. 315 N. November. Call Iris today 9642030. PART TIME WORK with animals. PETSseer -
Walnut St.. 964.8404.10/1S3tchg 10/29 10/8 IFEXPERIENCED Maintenance and clean-up farm 'chg 101'.29 1011.29 ...Nte-a
MOBILE HOME 2 BR I bath AC I acre EGG PICKER for poultry building and outside. Applications by
$185 month $150 security. Responsibleadults farm. Call 9645219. Itchg 10/29 appointment only 485-1174 Graham.
AVON REPRESENTATIVE needed full or 10/2221chg 10/29 .I
only 9646479. 10/1 TF -----
ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobile home, part time. Unlimited opportunities For MATURE. RESPONSIBLE HEALTHY PER. I I
''i mile from city. Nice neighborhood. more Information call Ramona SON to sit with eldeily., man from 9.5:30: David Lawson Paint & Body Shop
4681323. 10/8TF 7823068. Itpd 10/29 Monday-Friday. Must be able to driveto
town heat pump for heating and cool Primary duties include Library administration response with salary requirements to Insurance Collision WorfeCR229NW28hSt. Free Estimates

ing. Ceiling fan modern recently supervision of staff Sitter P.O. Drawer A, Starke 32091. REPOS
remodeled walled patio off-street public relations Requirements: 10/22 TF __ 964-6133 TND
parking available soon 964.8601. early M.S.L.S. from ...L.... accredited library BUSINESS
morning best time to call. 10/15 TF school and two ((2)) years library experience
LARGE CONCRETE BLOCK HOUSI In (public preferred). Salary OPPORTUNITIESOWN 1985 ChadwickMobile

country on 2.4 acres. 473-2157 or rang.: $17,500 to 20000. Apply with .
4681168. 10/15 4tchg 11/3 resume (references Included) to: Faye Home 0 0 0
ONE BEDROOM APT.! some furniture Andrews, Chairperson Bradford YOUR OWN APPAREL or shoestore Excellent Condition
second floor $135 month Library Board of Trustees, 105 E. choose from: Jean/sportswear, ALL
no pets. per childrenmaternity FREE ESTIMATES AND
ladles apparel men's,
Jackson St., Starke, Fla. 32091. 10/29
9648498. Itpd 10/29 TYPES
FURNISHED APARTMENT, 3 rooms and 2tchg 11/5 large sizes bridal, petite 1985 Redmon of C374-1443 or home: 485-1556) ROOFING:
dancewear/aeroble, lingerie or pEPA1RS
bath Part of utilities furnished. Adults
Warehouse and In accessories store. Add color analysis. Doublewide LICENSE RCOOB0707INSUREDBONDED
Experience. plants
only. No pet. 9645970. Itchg 10/29 Claiborn. Gasoline
Brands: Liz ,
Ocala and Jacksonville TransWorldTire
TWO BEDROOM 2 ba mobile home unfurnished Mobile Home
), lee
Healtex Levi Camp Beverly
305.295.7063. 10/29 4tchg 11/19
with fireplace CHSA. $260
Outback Red,
St Michele, Chous, Condition
month. Will negotiate on deposit. now accepting -
per Grown
Genesis, Forenza Organically ,
964-5410 after 6 10/29 applications for position of
p.m. Itchg
Ov.r 2000 others Or $13.99 one price .
FURNISHED t CLEAN, :2 BR mobile Firefighter. Must be high school
discount 1984 APARTMENTS
multi FOREST
designer ) tier pricing or Brigadier PINE
graduate and Florida Chauffeur'sLicense.
homes, no pets. Acc.pt small children. Retails
family shoe store prices
Also efficiencies available weekly Prefer someone with ex unbelievable for quality shoes normal. Singlewide .2 and 3 BR Apts. Now Available
9648810. 10/29 2tpd 11/5 perience. Certification by Firefighters $80. Over 250 utilities 3 BR from$200-$302
{ ly priced from $19 to 2 BR from $180-$274 plus
Standard Council. Apply City Hall Mer- Mobile Home
brand., 2600 styles, $14,800 to $26.900:
heat/air and appllanc.sIUrnllh.d
Kitchen, bath. $200/month and $100'd.po.it. rell Dees Office. 10/29 2tchg I 11/5 Excellent Condition Central
fixtures, grand
Call 964-7623. Itpd 1029CO'S CITY OF STARKI POLICI DEPT. is now accepting Inventory airfare training, etc. Can 15 1530 West Madison St. or call 9N-fill .

CHECK US OUT Clean rental ficers. Must applications be at least for 18 two years police of age of days.opening Mr. Keenan ((305)) 3668606.open Itpd Financing AvailableFor Monday-Friday. a.m. to 5 p.m. Equal Housing Opportunity
homes tailored schedule. 10/29 Qualified Applicants
ta your pay
and be certified as a Police Officer with
Private and 1000 SUNBEDS Tables. Sunal- Considered
park laundry playground.PINES State of Florida. Applications can be Toning All Bids
SRI 21, |lust south of SR100 In WOLFF Tanning beds, SlenderQuest
If Interested.
obtained at City Hall Merrell Dees Of Call|
Lake Butler Call 496-2366. tfn/chg. fice. Itchg 10/29 Passive Exercisers. Call for Free color _._ _._ .__e__ ,
10/22 catalogue. Save to 50% 964-7050
18002286292. fcan 87-434 Elixson Wood Products Inc.
SNACK VENDING hottest machine In Ext. 233For ,
years. Retire In 10 years. Unbelievablereturn
EITlillll I II 1IIIIlJ New Horn* .Windows possible 3 to 6 months Work 1 Appointment To See Cypress Mulch and Pine Bark
Room Additions .Painting day per month. 50 secured locations. ..

t EXPtnT ADVICE .Carports .New Roof Systems $8,000 to $20.000 Investment

rcusj ALL OF .VOUR] .Cut Brick or .Pool Enclosures 1-800-542-8111, Ext. 7. fcan 87-435 You Pick-up or We Deliver

J BUILDING! I NEEDS Work Call Today.Vinyl!Siding FOR SALE We Also Have

g lJJ 9646766J646766L ,. Fill Dirt, Top Soil *jffi- Red Heart Cypress LumberJ V

HOMES BEAUTIFUL I Small LimerocrT 964-6649 J
Large or Loads of
I r. B i e_ei W JL' .
of North Florida I'' I,
Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer
[Comer Lafayette & Hwy. 301, Starke -M Nr t r T oM .ff'- .. .

St. Llc.# R0052877 964.6182.964.5823.964.6095 i Durrance Pump & Supply

U.S. 301 North, 864 N. Temple Av... Storke .

: : :Qxt1: ;r: d, *Pump Plumbing *W.II Drilling .

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SAT. OCT. 31 10:00 AM > FOR RENT by the night, week or month

Motel & 11.2 acres CYCLE REPAIR

US HWY 301 qULAPO. Cycle Repair Parts AccessoriesUS

4 miles North of Starke FL 'Y 301 N. Starke 964-5805

. 6000 sq.ft. building 345' highway frontage
4 wells 1 I Sportfairings KIWI helmets

$45.50 full face air vents

TERMS: $5000. down day of sale-balance 45 days 15 YRS EXPERIENCE
I $2.50
Carlisle TIRES
I INSPECT: 10AM-4PM Friday 9am till sale Saturday I 130-90-16 $59.95 Cylinder Boring

11 Face Shields Continental Tires $20.00
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J Ucrrrois.! jaoo: if.N 2.50 130-90-17 ATV & 4 Wheeler I sOil i iI

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: ":'f Filters repairs

I : Walnut Street vv>.. 0 00 I 51.99 AncraTDowns:16.50 Tune-Ups
across from post office-Stark yVj I.

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NOTICE only greeted visitors to the with robbery with a firearm.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTYSALERENTLEASE HOMEST Bradford County Courthouse Mon- Webb is charged with being the

day. driver of the get-a-way car in the
CLASSIFIED ADVCRTISINO should be lub- FOR SALE r ii i Both courtrooms were in session robbery of Williams Jewelry Store.

lie.muted to the Union County Time of. i Oct. 26 for Circuit and County Court Three other defendants in the case

unl..In. cr.dlt writing and paid In advance OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE LAKE BUTLER Reduced for quick tale. 3 trials. Jury selections in Circuit are expected to testify for the state.
with this olllc.. alr.ady .tabll.hed Located In Union County Time BR. 2 BA, CHA Large lot. only$41.500 Court took all day and into early Steven Charles Roboch and Jack

THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT II HELD building. Coll for Information. $38.000. Mathews Realty 964-4469. I evening with County'Court selecting Lee Webb, charged with the armed

RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES 496.2261. tfn. 2/Stfn i Jury having a trial and delivering robbery, have pled to the charge.
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER ONI HALF CITY StOCK Appro. 14'g.ft. 1 verdict before noon.Approximately Roboch was sentenced to six years
THE TELEPHONI. office building. Paved parking. Good GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1. (U in the Department of Correctionsand

Classified deadline I. location. Own.r will finance. Call repair), Dellnguent talC property. 165 prospective is being detained at Reception
NOON prior to Thursday publication.TUESDAY. 4962952. 10/29..tchg. 11/19 Repotienlon Call 18056876000.( ) jurors appeared from 250 residents Medical Center. Jack Webb is
Minimum Ext. OH-11 36, for current repo list. called to duty for two trials in
charg. ,li 13 word.for S3.50, jury awaiting sentencing in the Bradford
then IS centi for each word thAC.nU..' INSURANCEMAINE 10/22 8tpd. 12/10 Circuit Court. A three day murder County Jail, his wife Susan Diane

rial is scheduled for inmate Doy Buchannan Webb, an accessory,

I INSURANCE AGENCY 23 E. FOR SALE ...... ... .".. ... .. .... .'" ....p, lames Christian charged with killing on probation for the
Main Street Lak. Butler 4963978. Smn.Daniel fellow inmate Alfred Moore in Bradford County Charge but is servo

Compl.t. In.uranc. S.rvlc.10 tfn STORAGE HOUSES Need extra storage Hughe May of this year. A one-day trial Isscheduled ing time in Lowell on a Clay County

pace? We have 5x10 and 10x10 mini Smn. Daniel Hughes for Friday for Richard charge.

HELP WANTED warehouse Hale and Associates Completes Basic
i 496-3939. tfnchrg-8/27
CAREER OPPORTUNITY for sewing Wanted completed basic training at the Three I
machine operators. Offer 2 w..k.paid : Responsible party to takeover ChargedA
'87 Cavalier C-L $O95O. vacation Insurance plan 3 paid low monthly payment on cplnet Naval Recruit Training Commandin
and plana. See locally. Call Mr. White San Diego Calif. He received a
profit sharing.
Payments $225. mo holiday. but 1(800)327-3345.( ) ext. 102. 10/15 3tpd. letter of commendation at Captain's
not W. will
necessary. 10/29 Meritorious Mast for the Outstan- Lawtey man and his two sisters in the car then got out and joined the
87 Cavalier CS $85BO. train. Apply In Lake Butler
parson Ap- each with of
were charged battery a
rxlff free-for-all. Patrolman K. R. Hinds
par.l. tfn-8/13 HANDY HOUSE-UTILITY/ You ding Recruit Award for his com ,
Payments $195. mo TAKING APPLICATION FOR HELP to help move. Wired and light., with A/C.One law enforcement officer after a Jr. and Deputy Doug York and Investigator

'87 Cavalier CS $73SO. work In parts. NAPA Call 496-2349. year old. Cost new $800. will sell for Hughes is the son of Roger Joni Thursday evening arrest in Starke Don Denton stopped to of-
tfn/chg. 10/22 $SSO. Two 5,450 BTU window air conditioner Hughes of Starke and the brother of turned into a melee involving fer aid and were immediately part of
Payments $167. mo TEXAS OIL COMPANY needs mature *. 9 cu. ft. Sear upright Ireeier. Jason Hdghes of Starke and several officers from both city and the melee.

'86 Cavalier CS $6993. person for short trips surrounding GE.refrlgerator. Call 496-2694. It/chg. Radiomen 3rd Class Howard Hughesof county. Finally Williams and his sisters
The vehicle in w.h1cbPerneU Wade
Union 10/29 Brenda Burnette 22 and
County. Contact customers. We Charleston, S.C. Mack ,
Payments $159. mo train. Write K.B. Dlckerson. Pr.... 1910 COLOR TV Zenith iytem 3 comole. Hughes is now attending a S month Williams,28 was riding was stopped Nurnell Williams, 28, were all takento
'87 Celebrity $978O. Southwestern Petroleum Box 961005 $150. Call 496-3504. after 6 P.M. Itpd. Interior Communication Electronics as the vehicle turned onto Steel Mill the county jail on charges of

Ft. Worth Tx. 76161. It/chg. 10/29 10/29 School at the Naval Centerin Road on south US-301. Williams had resisting arrest with violence, battery
** Training
Payments $221. mo SALES HELP WANTED Truck tire and Ban. ZENITH COLOR CONSOLE TV 25 Pay San Diego, Calif. He Is 1987 caused a distrubance In Lawtey but of a law enforcement officer.
balance of $279.18 or take overpayments a the victim did not want to
retread sales .
dog positions.Warehouses press Bond for each defendant on each
87 Chevy Berretta $1O,680 graduate of Bradford High School.
and plants In Ocala andJacksonville. of 23.12 monthly. Call charges, according to InvestigatorDavid charge was set at $1,500. The two
$242. TransWorld 4962282. 10/29 4t/chg. 11/19 Aderholt and
Payments mo Tire Deputy EugeneLee. women were released on their own
3052957063. 10294tchrg11l9FOR Deputies were attempting to .
87 Olds Delta
$12,83O HEATER with Ian. Excellent
serve an old outstanding warrant
being processed at the
condition. $150. Call Loco Robert, jail
Payments $285. mo RENT 4963951. Itpd. 10/29 .charging violation of probation: for a Pernell Williams was found to be in

'87 Olds Clera Brougham 1984 traffic charge on Williams when possession of less than 20 grams of
the driver of the vehicle swinging -
cannabis and
was charged, according
Payments $271. mo 11,930 at deputies.Williams to
located In Union County Times Buildingat investigator Aderholt. He re-
'87 Olds Cutlass wagon 150 West Main. Call "496-2261 for 4-II and the other passenger mains in custody.
Payments $226. mo $9980. more Information tin Plantation SR-100. Pine Tree Estates
CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely fur. on Meeting Nov. 3
'87 Olds Toronado nlshed all electric central heat and on SR-18 near WS Pine Tree Estates on News BriefsStarke 'I
US-301 Starke. Low down Parents and
near payment children of the
air private paved road laundry and
Payments $339. mo 14,980 park playground. Near schools, hosp., owner financing. Hal. and Brooker area are invited to a 4-H in-
'87 Olds Clerra $10,488 state facilities. PINES SR-121 east Lake Associate 496 3939 nchrg 9/3 formation and organization
Butler Call 4962366. Two children meeting. The meeting will be Nov. 3 Man Charged Christine Green pled guilty expired

Payments $238. mo max., and no pets, chg/tfn 5/21 CARSTRUCKS197B at 7:30: p.m. at the Brooker School. With Altering CheckA tag (mobile home); must produce

'86 Buick Skylark C $848O. BUSINESS OR OFFICE SPACE available on Rod Buchele, Bradford County 4-H valid tag and pay $52 or pay
Main Street In Lake Butler n.xtdoorto Coordinator will present the program Starke man was charged with $101.25.
Payments $192. mo Aventureland Video. Call 496-0077, CHEV IMPALA Loaded. 1500. Call telling about 4-H and how forgery after he allegedly alteredthe Tonya Johnson pled guilty no valid

CLEAN USED TRUCKS tfn-8/6 4963433. It/chg. 10/29 families benefit from "H. and how amount on a payroll check. driver license; case dismissed, all
12' x 6$' THREE BEDROOM MOBILE HOME 1915 JEEP CJ7 oH top. ipeed.. 6 to organize a 4-H Club. All interested Darrell Rick Keith changed his costs suspended.John .

86 Silverado Pick-Up Ideal for small family large yard. $175 cylinder 38,000 mile, good condition families are invited to attend. For payroll check from $19.97 to $119.97 C. Kilby pled guilty expiredtag

Payments $243. mo $10,488 per month. 4962842. tfn/chg. 10/8 $7,200 or reasonable offer 496-3683. more information call 964-6280, ext. and attempted to cash the check at (mobile home); produced valid
TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOMI on 10/29.2tchrg-11/6 229. the bank. The bank teller refused to tag pay $50.
'86 lot. Free cable Located TWO BATTERY OPERATED VEHICLES one
C-10 Silverado hookup.
Chevy private
behlne Clark's Grocery on SR231 4x4 four wheeler and on. Coyote four SurvivingThe cash the check and called Willie C.Jenkins pled guilty no tag
PW PL V-8. AT, Air $9900. south. 200. p.r month, plus $50. wheeler. $60 each. Call 496-3307 after authorities according to PatrolmanK. (mobile home); produce valid tag.

Payments $230. mo deposit. For Information call 752-3138. 2 p.m. 10/29-2tpd-11/6 Holidays R. Hinds, Jr. Kim A. Rosenberger pled guilty
10/22 2t/chg 10/29 Keith was released after a $1,500 NVDL;; produce valid license and
'87 Chevy G-20 Beauville TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME Near WORK WANTED November is upon us and that can surety bond was posted. pay $55 or pay $101.25.
only Season
mean Holiday is Just
Payments $370. mo $18,93O schools. V.ry reasonable. Call around the corner. Harvey J. Starling pled guilty ex-
"496-2020 after 5:30 p.m. Itpd. 10/29 pired tag (mobile home); produced
'85 Chevy S-10 Tahoe EXPERIENCED MOTHER WILL BABYSIT AT Beginning with Thanksgivingweek Recent ArrestsIn valid tag, suspend costs dismissed.
HER HOME Meal and mack fumbhed. we seem to become engagedin
Marty D. Blankenship
Payments $225. mo $780O. SEPTIC TANK SERVICE Call 4962489. 10/15 3tchg. 10/29 a frenzy of activities until the New Bradford CountyThe NVDL; fined $101.25. pled guilty
Year. Its a time of great excitment,
85 C-1O Silverado
Dale L. Lamonte
following arrests were made guilty
but it can be
MOBILE HOMES physically
V-8 AC, AT PW, PL. $9480. BRINCE JONES AND 0.0. REWIS SEPTIC financially draining.Don't emotionallyand by local authorities in Bradford DWLS; fined $101.25.Misdemeanor .
-- TANK SERVICE Septic tanks, drain FOR SALE County.

Payments 258. mo' ... fields, lift .lotions, light Doles art "--" ----- -- life
3 additional trucks Q 'o! wells. (Packag. 01)} Call 275-2268 or your Plan to attend special Joseph i David Luke was arrested
2752197. 9/3 13tpd. 11/26 12'x 65' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom, 1 program "Surviving The Holidays" 25, Howard B. Rhine pled no contest
'86 Izuzu Space Cab 1/2 bath central heat and air. Mutt and develop personal strategies to Oct. 21 on charges of violationof bad check ($262.50 Tiffin); orderedto

... to appreciate. 6000. Call cope with the Holiday crunch. probation from three counties, make restitution and pay$52 court >
Payments $145. mo $62SO. 496-0071. tfn/chg. 3/19 Two specialist with the Florida Levy, Clay and Bradford, according costs, 60 days court probation.
ORIAN SEVERAL TWO BEDROOM mobile home Cooperative Extension Service will to Deputy Eugene Lee. Bond was set Christopher Lee Howard pled guil-
WELLS for ale or rent.Alto lot for ale.. Hale be guest speakers on Monday, at $2,500 for each of three counts in ty trespass in wildlife area; 60 days

Chevy Olds and Associates 496-3939. nchrg 9/3 November 2nd at the Bradford County Bradford $5,000 in Levy and no bond court probation, violate no laws,cost
LIKE NEW 1984 THREE BEDROOM 2 from Clay County.
HWY. 301 N. Starke :' Agriculture Building located on suspended.
( BATH DOUBLEWIDE. New central A/C.
,. \ ,: North 301 (next to the Fairgrounds). Ronald Keith Spence pled guilty
financed $12.700. cah. Mac
Marklee John Harris, Jr.. 27, was
964-73OO It will begin at 7 p.m. trespass in wildlife area; 60 days
Sr. 494-1307.
Douglas Ifn/chg.10/8
arrested Oct. 21 for trespass after
Your Lift Will Evelyn Rooks-Weir, Human court probation, violate no laws,
MOBILE HOME 600 SQ. FT. Large living
60 MO FINANCING W/APPROVED ,battery of law enforcement
FREE SkUll Tr.lnln.and EmplojrinmlH.V. Development Specialist will address warning costs suspended.
Two 2900. You
CREDIT J ., k..1 rf_lor!!=<...11HYOUmwOTdYCSMiMyor room. officer and criminal mischief,according Howard R. Waldron
o. balancing time work and families. pled guilty
.A......._.....""MUST....jot move Located at to Patrolman Gerald Hayes.
M ya/.WYW W.IN 4erlh,..no.hWy..jot Forest Park Apartment Call 4963439. S Carole Prather, Family Consumerand Bond disorderly intoxication; fined
set at$500 each
was on charge,
... g H Construction 3727029. 10/22 Economic Specialist will talk $101.,25.
.boss Harris was released on his own
CALL COLLECT 4t/chg. 11/12 about cutting the high cost of Waldron pled guilty disorderly
(904)737-7311) IMS 14'xW SKYLINE Two bedroom 1 Christmas and your consumer recognizance.Roy conduct; 25 hours community work

3/4 both central air. 11500. No equi- rights. You will walk away knowing under Salvation Army supervision
a.y/w Pw.y.r........."O'.od Mmirrl _Ca.I.ISMV '...... 1.111- ty. Call Dianne between B a.m. and 5 how to have the best Holiday Season Elmore 20, was arrested Oct. (90 days, violate no laws.
at 4311510. After 5pm. call 21 for child abuse, contributing to
Train to oe aAIRLINE l 0Emflor p.m. without forfeiting personal and
delinquence of minor, possession of
financial resources. F liP
cannabis, according to Patrolman Troopers

Bradford The program County is Parent sponsored Education by the Mark Short. Bond was set at $1,000, Continue License,

T.H.E. Apartments Elmore was released on his own
Committee. For Vehicle
a more information recognizance and ordered to stay Inspections
contact the Bradford County Exten-
I from the victim and commit Bradford
PRESERVATIONISTStart 922 E. Brownlee St. sion Service at 904-6280 Ext. 224 or
no other crimes.
284. Florida Highway Patrol will

locally full-time/part-time, tral 2 & 3 BR's be conducting driver license and
Ben H. Nelson, 46, Hampton was
live airline Home vehicle inspection checkpoints during
on computers. AvailableLow
arrested Oct. 25 for disorderly con- the week of Oct. 30 through Nov.
study and resident training. LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow
duct, according to Sgt. Sammy 5 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18,
Financial aid available. Job Income Eunice. Authorities were called to
SR-16 CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B,
placement assistance. National Housing taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units. These all- Hampton Villas where Nelson was CR-225 CR-125, CR-229, CR-231,

headquarters. Lighthouse Point, Fl I electric units are spacious with lots of closet space and all have allegedly causing a disturbance, us- CR-227. CR-221. CR-230 and CR-100A
ing obscene language to children. in Bradford .
A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL County.Recognizing
964-7133 fgf wall-to-wall carpeting draperies and kitchen appliances. On- Bond was set at $250 he was released the danger presentedto

1-800-432-3004 site laundry facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified on his own recognizance. the public by defective vehicle

EQUAL HOUSING applicants. equipment. Troopers will concen-
I For application and Information Henry J. Gross, 35, of Starke was trate their efforts on vehicles being
Please arrested Oct. 23 on a capias charg- operated with defects such as bad
see at
us Gt: ing failure to remove obstruction brakes, worn tires and defective
HERITAGE VILLAS 1005 SW 6th Street from a county road according to Lt. lighting equipment. In addition, attention -

Lake Butler FL 32054 se.r,. Glen Moore. He was released after a 'I will be directed to drivers

700 Bradford Court in Or Call 496-3141 $500 cash bond was posted. who would violate the driver license
laws of Florida. .
The Patrol has found these checkpoints

.....al applications wl1! b. acepted_for_ Classified Ads Traffic Court to be an effective means of en-
forcing the equipment and driver
new one]'and two bedroom apartments, Get Results FOR RENT Finals Oct. 20 license laws of Florida while Insur-

forlnltlaToccupancy In October 1987. ing the protection of all motorists.
1200 ft. The following defendants
month plus Sq. Bldg. ap-
$220 .
Rent from per
peared in Bradford County Traffic
utilities. Located at 700 Bradford CommercialBuilding Ideal for.Repair Shop Criminal Court October 20 where ,Union# County

I Court In Starke. For rental Information ,. $200 per month their cases received final disposi The Florida Highway Patrol will
be conducting driver license and
call 813-443-3251 E.H.O. f At RearoffMoelay tion.
Joseph G. Owens pled guilty driv- vehicle inspection checkpoints during
Tire Co': ing while license suspended the week of Oct. 30 through Nov.

r J in Starke US South (DWLS); fined $101.25. S on SR-100 SR-121, SR-231, SR-241,
: On 301
EQUAL HOUSING| OPPORTUNITY i Jimmie L. Wright pled guilty no SR-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR-229,
1, 1725 sq. ft. S.. Lynn at tag; produced valid tag, ordered to CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-

I $36,000.00 Lynn' Body Shop pay $30 court costs. 796A in Union County.PLASTIC .

Nov. 1st [ Guy L. Anderson pled guilty
Opening 964-8629 or McOougall careless driving; $30 court costs.

Anderson pled guilty no tag; pro-
19fl471388989NOW SURGERYWhat's
i after 6:30 pm duced valid tag dismissed
Care Center
Pleasant Valley Loreta J. Austin pled guilty
i careless driving; dlsn Ssed. It all about? Call Tel-Med

905 W. Madison St. Austin pled guilty no tag registration and find outl! Dial 964-4.96 or
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS ; dismissed. 374007 and ask for these tapes

state licensed adult congregate living Austin pled guilty DWLS; $52' by number
1030 Cosmetic Surgery of the
court costs.
facility. Trained staff and 24 hr. Forest Park Apartments Dogan L.Smith pled guilty leavingthe Breasts .

supervision. High level of attention & care to Attractive 1 &2 BR/1 B Apts.. range, Yrr: costs scene, attend of accident defensive; $101.25 driving court 1031 Skin Cuts and Lacertlons of the

all. Family atmosphere geared toward home I refrigerator, carpet, cent heat & air r y y : school. 1032 Blepharoptasty Correction
Pedro T. Crux pled guilty driving of Saggy Baggy Eyelids
living. Visitors welcome. patio and laundry. Rents from $180. under the influence; fined $362. 1033 Otoptasty Correction of

$220. min. 775 NE 1st St. Lake Butler ''' license suspended six months. at- Prominent Ears
tend DUI school :50 hours community 1035 AbdomlnoptaJfy
Oct. Office Hours: 9-5 For Information/application: ,.. work Salvation Army supervisionone 1040 Facelifts

Forest Park Apartments year. :j. >
77SNE 1st Street Isaac B. Simmons pled guilty) Tel-Med. A service of!the Auxiliary

964-4546 Nights 964-6743 (904) 496-3439 E.H.O. DWLS; fined $101.25. of Bradford Hospital. Inc.J .


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Mrs.Alice LeaCh Charles, fayArrangements' 21 in the VA Hospital.Lake Otjr. AM.and eWorld War I veteran.Sorvmn officiating Burial followed in Dekle so kind and good to her during her
are being handled following an extended UlaenLBorn Mis. Cemetery under the direction of Archer final days.Special.
Mrs. Alice Louisa Leach, 62, of by Holly Hill Funeral Home of Mid- iDArbDaa.lIr.Pocket fir Evelyn Bennett PndrtttJJarkaaa Funeral Home of Lake Butler. thanks also for the
arke, died Thursday, Oct. 22 at dleburg. Plans have not yet been ed moat of his life ta Georgia and ville and several nieces and flowers,cardsfood and prayers dur
,orth Fla. Regional Medical Center' Florida.He was a mail earner and tDepbews. ing her illness. For the loving care
Gainesville, following a brief U finalized.Mr. later in the Jewelry tasmees la Funeral cerrin wee held Sector Card of Thanks and concern rendered by the staff of
eu. .James PuckettMr. Winder Ga. He was a member! dArlington day in the Chapel of Areter Ftaneral The family of Delaney Fisher Whispering Pines Care Center, we
Mrs.Leach was a native of Macon. James Puckett. 91, ofJacksonville Baptist Church ef Home cf Lake Bauer! with Rev.Ball would like to express their gratitude will never forget. May God bless
a., but lived most of her life In died.Wednesday. Oct. Jacksonville Masonic Lodge F W. Cofbnaa and Her.Art Peterson and appreciation to those who were each of you.
:arke. She was a Baptist. and a
Mnemaker. '-
Survivors include five daughters
:'arie Green, Linda Lewis and
)Ann Shadd, all of Starke. Faye .
iullinax of Gainesville and Donna .
ennett of Guantanamo Bay,Cuba;, '
NO brothers Luther and 'Eddie
ickson of Starke;. and twelve
'andchildren.: ORlAN WELLS
Funeral services were held Sun-,
ly,Oct.25 at the Chapel of Archie .r
anner Funeral Home with Rev.

)'Onald Mowed in Willis Kingsley officiating.Lake Cemetery Burial/ ':1Chevrolet Oldsmobi.leLl J4J
1th Archer Tanner Funeral Home
i charge of arrangements!, ". .. '
Mr. Adolf BonnyMr. ; UlS.: :; 3' 'North' Gainesville ..372-O1Q3 Starke 964-750O Jai? 282-4522

Adolf, Bonny 92, at Lake .
;eneva, died Saturday; Oct.:24;in J
t. Joseph Hospital of Ann Arbor
lien., following an apparent heart
ttack while visiting Ann Arbor.
Born Nov. 10, 1894 in Poland, Mr.
.onny moved to the United States in
912. He moved to Lake Geneva in
968 from Ann Arbor. He was a 7 Clearance
:member of Park of the Palms
:hurch and was retired from the
lichigan.laintenance Dept. of the Univ. of

Survivors include his wife, Ardis
'. Bonny and one brother Albert.
onikowski of Germany
Funeral services ,were held.
Vednesday, Oct. 28, In Park of the,,
alms>> Chapel with Mr.' James
JUbert and Mr. William Erkksoofficiating. REGISTER TO WIN

>its.Cemetery. Burial under was the in direction Keystone of, FLORIDNGEORGIATICKETS

lones Funeral Home of Keystone; G 0
In lieu of flowers, contributions O e S
nay be made to the Moody Bible Intltute -' n Drawing everySaturday

hicago' ,, IU.820 60610.N. LaSalle .Drive,.. '

Mrs.Miriam Braden"

I Mrs.Miriam Lumpkin Braden,67, s
>f Hampton, died Saturday, Oct'.24tt A" J
her residence following. <.an,extended -
Born Sept. 3O.1920in: Jackson'
rtlle, Mrs. Braden moved to Ramp, i .
!On in 1980 from Orange Park.She.ra8 .: -
a member of'Victory. ,Baptist,
Church of Hampton, a homemaker,
Ind a member of the Jumping Jax
Wotorhome Club of Jacksonville. -
Survivors include her'husband, _
Arnold E.Braden of Hampton Lake;' : r -
son, Arnold E. Braden. Jr,. of
Jacksonville; two daughters". 6Z o i ___
Rebekah M. Long of Macclenny arrdArlene
T. Braden of Dinuba, Calif.;*
brother, W.T. Lumpkin' Jr., ,of 1 -
Jacksonville; 6 grandchildren.Graveside ." "
funeral services were
held Tuesday, Oct. 27 with Rev Bob
Cooper officiating.: Burial was in .
Riverside Memorial Park of Cutlass Ciera -
Jacksonville under the direction of y '
Jones Funeral Home of. ,Starke;
Mrs.Marie Ford
Mrs. Marie Welch Ford, 80, of Tinted Glass List 15,455 -
Starke died Friday. Oct. 23 at her Window Defrosters

residence Mrs. Ford from had an resided extended in illness.Starke Auto Trans Less 2400.NOVA CLAir SN 2553

.' for the past ten years, after having Cruise
lived most of her life in Ocala and .
Gainesville. She was a housewifeand Tilt 13 055. cruise

Ministries a member of Starke.Survivors of the.Life and Praise Air 5 Speed List 11 ,173

include three SN 1566 Power steering
daughters, Mazelle Christian,Helen Less 950.
and Carol Phillips, all of Aluminum Wheel
Starke; three sons,Henry McClellan Stereo Cassette
of Clarksville, Tenn., George Mc- 10,223
Clellan of Lake City and Dennis
Michael Larson of Starke; 22 grandchildren
and 33 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Mon-
day, Oct. 26 at the Life and Praise Truck
I Ministries Richard Norman Church officiating.with Burial Rev. 1 November is Chevy National

followed at Mt. Horeb Cemetery in
Gilchrlst County.' Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler was in charge
of arrangements.. Month------

Mrs.Margie HoltzendorfMrs.

1 Holtzendorf. Margaret, 94, of..Lake"Margie"Geneva' P.' ;r We have one for .
: died Wednesday Oct.21,in Whispering .. you
Pines Care&nter of Starke. "
Born Dec. 2, 1892 Mrs., Holtzen A.
dorf moved to Starke in 1923,then to
Lake Geneva In 1948"She was a, Pay only
member First Baptist of Keystone .L.. '
Heights,and a retired nurse with Dr.
Zeigler a* the Glendale Hospital in
Palatka. aws.n.-----------s eelswe w:r. *
Survivors include: daughter Jacqueline aare.aswsq.r'.oasuws r $21700
Elgin..S.C.; two per mo.
Grace -
sisters, McClenithan of rr..saarraaeaw.waer rrrt
Sarasota and Annie Newton of Arcadia -
; nephew C. Holtzendorf.Jr. SN3700
., of Starke; four grandchildrenand J Air Tinted FROM
two great-grandchildren;':
daughter-Ys, -law ,Kathryn Ward, ofPalitka. Glass. ATStereo

Graveside. funeral'. services. were",, Gauges $ 9 6 0 4

held Saturday, Oct 24 in Keystone, V$ ER
: Heights Cemetery with Dr. E, Win- '
son Butler officiating. Ar-: e. Dualie Tires
rangements were handled by Jones $2700 Down.Cosh .
Funeral Home of Starke., 'Bonus Cabs SChrometep or Trade Equity

Mr.Marvin Jones Mirrors 12.9'f.APR-66Mos.

Mr. Marvin Jones 73, of Lake SuburbansAstros _.- __ W/Approved Credit
Butler died Monday, Oct 19, in
I Alachua Hospital following an extended '..' '
I illness. .
I Mr.Jones lived in Lake Butler the ".. Blazers
past seven years.He was a plumber
for 42 years.Graveside.
I funeral services were
held Thursday, Oct 22 in Mt Zion
Cemetery Lake Butler with Rev
Art Peterson officiating. :

I Mr.Carroll Miller -4n.--emLL :
-i Mr.Carroll Miller 70,of Keystone t --- .1ii1 B ddhh Tom Smith'Mac McCtolJandl
Heights, died Saturday. Oct. :34 at. Vernon Reddish : Jade Cat man :
,, the VA Hospital in Gainesville. .

superintendent World Mr. War Miller H.Survivors was and a a carpenters'veteran of.: We will not refuse any reasonable oTFeron

I. Include. his daughter.Carolyn ..
i Marquee of Californiaj.three .
j sons Raymond and Arnold new car in our inventory!
Miller of Jacksonville and John E; any
Miller of Keystone Heights; one:
sister Lillian Duhon of Lak*' ',' "

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